Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00305
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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 16, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00305
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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


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I Disreputable real estate dealers, An unusual record has been made'during i

From Every Section of the City I those who operate without license, the past thirty days in the Several Distinguished Workers Delivered -

Patrons Are Complaining of and bogus buyers who work the veal payment of city taxes, one which has I Talks of Their Activities and

TO OPEN OFFICE AT ONCE Gas Service estate men for free rides and all the probably not been equaled in the history Paid Tribute to Bishop Gray PRESIDENT OFFERS[ HELP
information they can get and then of collections in Orlando.

Commissioner H. Clark Robertson I I turn to be curbstone brokers of realty, Owing to the penalty of three percent :I The zeal and deep interest markingthe
I are to be put out of business in Orlando which was to become effectivethe opening of Convocation steadily
stated that the complaints ,
MR. against the gas service came from I i if the Orlando Real Estate Exchange first of the year a great many I increased, culminating in the inspiring
CHARGE OF TilE AFFAIRSOF their taxes during the latter FOUND COVERED IX
tha t desired paid held last
only one section of the city, but yes can accomplish I missionary service evening "
TIlE LEAGUE AT terday he revised his statement. consummation. i days of the old year, and there wasa : when earnest missionary addresses ASHES AXD LAVA BUT

THIS PLACE Since Col. Pliny Norcross filed his An interesting meeting of the lead crush at the city collector's desk I were given by Rev. W. J. STILL LIVING

complaint with the commission and ing real estate agents was held at all during the last days of December, Godden, of Immokalee; Rev. StephenF.
but it has been almost as bad, or Reade of Fort Pierce and Rev. Kagoshima, Japan, Jan. 15. Many
Special to the SentineLJacksonville following the statement made by the Rest and Tea Room last night, ; -
Jan. .-The Florida Commissioner Robertson that the kick i,and the fundamentals of organization good, since January 1, for there has I Thos. J. Lacey, D. D., of Brooklyn. people of Kagoshima returned here

Growers' League selects Orlando as was from only one section of town, i were talked over for some time hardly been a time that City Clerk ;, The familiar missionary hymns were today to find their homes battered

headquarters. Offices to be opened the commissioner has been bombarded 1 resulting in a temporary organization Boone and Assistant Van Buskirk I most heartily sung by the large congregation into heaps of debris by the series of
immediately.-Florida Growers' and I have not been making out receipts.The I the seating capacity of the earthquakes that spread destructionand
with telephone calls and post cards, and the appointment of a committee | ,
Shippers' League. complaining that the gas was not to draft constitution and by. total amount of taxes to be Cathedral being taxed for each of the death in southern Japan. The

what it ought to be. laws, which will report to another collected is $65,084.55, and at the I three evening services of Convoca- refugees, encamped in open spaces,
The above telegram received by the [ close of the books last night the !
tion. were supplied with food from Japanest
One man said that when the gas meeting to be held at the same place -
Sentinel last night contains informa- amount of $51,589.42 had been turned
Mann introduced the speakers warships.
was turned on in his range that it Tuesday evening of next week, whena Bishop
tion of great importance to Orlando. whistled like a calliope, and another I( permanent( organization will be into the till of the city, leaving only prefacing the first address by : Exploration of the debris in Ka oI -

The Growers' and Shippers' Leaguehas affirmed that in order to light the gas formed.. $14,095.53 outstanding.City 'brief remarks regarding the increas- shima has not progressed far enoughto

been in the process of organization in his house one had to exercise con-. Mr. E. C. Young was chosen chair- Clerk Boone doesn't recall ing interest shown in mission work.I I permit an estimate of the life loss.

for the past four months and at siderable strategy in approaching the of the meeting and Mr. WalterW. that any such record was ever made That formerly a missionary servicewas Thirty-three refugees were rescued
this time the names of thousands of for otherwise the man before in a short time, for the bulk defined as "a tale of woe and a from waste of steaming lava at the
gas jet, strong cur- Rose secretary. The committeeon
growers all over Florida are enrolled rent of air that came through the : constitution is composed of Messrs. of the taxes have been paid duringthe collection." Tonight, not a tale of foot of the volcano of Sakura-Jima

as members. tube would extinguish the flame. past month. The books close woe, but a tale of need, of opportunity -(I today. Now no living being remains
W. W. Wright, W. M. Brittain, S. B.
The movement is probably of greater Commissioner Robertson is disposed I April 1, and the delinquent list is of brilliant promise; while certainly -!so far as known on the entire island
Chalfant, Carl Dann and D. A.
than similar movement turned over to the city attorney. Col-
significance any the collection would not be of Sakura.
to give the gas company the oppor- : The assumed the ofa
undertaken in Florida, for meeting aspect lection by him is accompanied by the : I
ever tunity to investigate the various com- Methodist class meeting, when the omitted; that in New York last Octo- The rescue was effected by a boat's
the reason that a thorough canvass of plaints and ascertain what the matteris various members rehearsedthe payment of the penalty and fees in ber he had seen Carnegie Hall, with crew from the Japanese flagship. As

the state has been made by men ear- for it is known that many things woes of the real present estate man, chief addition; the longer it is delayed the its seating capacity for fully 10,000, I soon as a cruiser squadron arrived
nestly interested in the success of the to from worse it gets, so it is likely that but : crowded to its utmost with people who + here crews were sent out to circle the
may happen prevent gas them the '
organization, and the members have burning well without necessarily in- among manner in which being outsiders unscrupulous made sales little will remain on the books to be had paid a dollar each for the privi-111 island of Sakura, on which the volcano -

been personally solicited and under- dicating inferior gas. In fact, the of property and deprived the dealerof collected at the end of the current lege of listening to missionary ad- is situated, three miles out in the

stand fully the objects to be soughtby commissioner has had several to testify his legitimate percentage and the month. :I II dresses. Tonight no charge for at-I bay. The sailors did not risk landing
the league. I but opportunity for giving because of the terrific heat and
that the gas service at their lack of conscience displayed tending, noxious
Mr. B. F. Hamner was in Orlandoin places was good, and they had no tending prospectors who took by pre-this UNITED[ STATS[ Will NOT RELEASE[ [ r the missionary dollar.Dr. I gases but searched along shore.
October and addressed a meetingof complaint to make. Godden told of his work among No sign of human life was seen until
cheap and entertaining of seeing
growers at the opera house and i:the country. way GENERAL[ [ MERCADO[ A O the Seminoles, of which a fuller men late in, the day when an officer no-
took the names of a number, .who tion may be later given. ticed something waving in the air
pledged themselves to work for other PRESIDENT[ REGARDS[ R RESERVE[ [ Those who took part in the discus- Rev. Mr. Reade recounted some of near the shore.

members and the ultimate benefits sion were certain that the organization Understood That General Blanquet'. the incidents and labors of a missionary's Found Refugees Sheltered Behind

sought for the industry. Generally I BOARD NEXT TO SUPREME[ [ COURT would be worth while if it did Will Make Request for Surrender I.- daily claims, wherein the fruit- RockA
but drive these undesirable
speaking, these are better freight. I nothing of Federal Officer age often follows after persistent detachment of men succeeded in

rates, uniform packages, prompt pay- Chats Freely With Xewspaper Men persons the out, and of by actual operating upon I;work has long seemed in vain. making their way through soft, warm

ment of claims and more systematic of His for Next principle an exchange Mexico City, Jan. 15.-A formal Rev. Dr. Lacey is well known here, ashes breast high until they reached a
lof ideas and information there r
distribution of products. Mr. Ham- Few Months can request for the return, to Mexico of i having oft before been an honored I great rock. Sheltered behind this they
i be doubt of the results.
ner is said to have defrayed his own no General Salvador Mercado, who com- and warmly welcomed visitor to the 'found thirty-three people still living

expense and given his work without Special to the SentinelWashington Another important subject discussed manded the federal troops at Ojinaga, i Cathedral parish. His stirring address -'I but coated with dust and weakened

hope of compensation for the good of Jan. 15.-President I. was the matter of commis- together with his comrades who I was largely a heartfelt tribute I by starvation.

the industry, for he is largely inter- Wilson in his first talk to the news- sions. It frequently happens that one I crossed into American territory, is to to Bishop Gray, who for many years I Among the rescued was a schoolmaster -

ested as an active producer. He was paper men since his return to Wash- real estate dealer skjys a piece of I be made to the United States government -',I has been a close and revered personal I who had borne with him from

urged to take the management of the ington, said today that trust legisla-! property and another sells it to the I by General Blanquet, Mexican friend, and who has achieved so greata I his school house the portrait of the

league but declined, and Mr. Lloyds tion at this session is imperative.The .I' party who failed to buy it from the II III' minister of war, according to an an- II work in this missionary field. He emperor; the village policeman who

Tenney was electd. country has been pondering the first. A provision will be made for a nouncement by him today. I said he esteemed it a "pleasure and a had saved the records of the station

Mr. Tenney has leased a home in trust problem for more than a gen-I'division of the commission in such in-: precious privilege to attend this last house and the postal clerk, who hada

Orlando and has taken up his resi- eration, he, declared, and the time for i stances. In fact, there were many! United States Will Not Grant Request i Convocation marking the episcopate small bag of mail.

dence here. He attended the meet- backing and filling has passed. He j needs for an exchange made apparent I Washington, Jan. 15.-To grant the of him whom I have long known and The refugees explained that they

ing in Jacksonville, and the telegram said th efull details of his plans in the course of the two hours spent I I request of General Blanquet, Mexican loved as' a spiritual father; to whomI I I had hidden in a great cave near the

received by the Sentinel tame in response would not be made public until his by the realty men in conference last I minister of war, for the return to am indebted for the best inspira-I shore until the rain of ashes was over

to a request. made by this message on the subject was read. t night, and the organization articles i[Mexico of General Mercado and the tions of my ministry. That land had then tried to attract atten-
paper that he let the good news be f The president intimated that he did' of several of the best exchanges in federal troops who crossed to Texas bear witness to the large place the tion. '

known through the Sentinel as soon not think it essential for his presidential -i the state were read and will be drawn I from Ojinaga, officials pointed out today first bishop of southern Florida holdsin I I The general volcanic activity in the

as the question was determined.In primary bill to be enacted at this from in compiling the articles for the I would violate the neutrality laws. the hearts of multitudes not in this district north of this city is abatingand

the course of time the headquarters session, but he believes that preliminary local organization.: It is planned to jurisdiction, who are stimulated by the work of restoring railroad
of the league will mean much to steps to this end should be i have the exchange rent an office on Will Cost U. S. $1,500 Per Day for his wonderful fidelity, ability and zeal and telegraph communication is go-

Orlando in the way of office force employed taken. I I the ground floor centrally located, and Refugees through twenty-one years of missionary ing forward rapidly.

and at the present it means In answer to direct questions in regard to hold daily sessions between the Presidio, Texas, Jan. 15.-Four labors here. President Offers Assistance

the acquisition of Mr. Tenney and his to Mexico, President Wilson said hours of 12 and 2. camps, each provided with 15,000 "Bishop Gray's most important Washington, Jan. 15.-On receiving

family, the rental of office room and there was absolutely nothing new and j.I Among those present and represented pounds of rations, were established teaching migh tbe summed up in the further details of the disaster in

the publicity attaching to the head- there was no contemplated change in I I at the meeting were Messrs.E. along the sixty-seven miles of moun- two words: missions and unitymyown southern Japan President Wilson today -

quarters of a concern in which so his policy toward that country.The C. Young, W. W. Rose, W. M. Brit- tain road from Presidio to Marfa, congregation in Brooklyn many sent a second cablegram of sym-

many substantial citizens of the state president indicated his inten- tain, S. B. Chalfant, Carl Dann, S. S. Texas, today for the relief of the de- times stirred by his forceful ad- pathy to the emperor. and asked if

are interested. tion of devoting much time to the selection Griffin, D A. Cooper, J. N. Brad- feated Mexican federal army and ref- addresses." there was any way in which the

of the federal reserve board.I shaw, S. N. Atha, W. L. Lewis, J. H. ugees who are being taken under Before the benediction was pro- American people could help.

BLOCKING OF SOUTH STREETBY He characterized the board as a body i I Vick, Charles Lord, C. D'! Chadwick, guard of the United States army to nounced the final minutes of Convocation -

TRAINS TO BE STOPPED almost equal in importance to the : McDaniels & Vick, James L. Giles, Fort Bliss at El Paso.It were read, the motion to ad- mented upon by those in position to

United States supreme court. He : Curtis & O'Neal, Ed. Dann, S. Y. was estimated that it will coat journ carried, then the Gloria in Ex- know, as probably the best meetingofi

Complaints have reached the city said so far as possible he would attempt Way, J. T. Hendricks, and J. B. this government more than l,50u a celsis heartily sung, Bishop Gray of- ths body ever held in southern
commission of the blocking of the to distribute the appointments Calder. day to care for the 3,352 Mexican sol- and Florida.
I' fering the closing prayers givingthe
South street crossing by trains. It is geographically. The president appeared -I diers and officers, the 1,067 women}I blessing. Cordial invitations were extended
said that trains sometimes stand on to be in the best of health and: refugees and the 300 children. I! from Tampa and from Miami for the
this crossing for fifteen minutes at chatted more freely with the corre- ORIENTAL[ DISPlAY TO BE MAD[ AT I[ Major McNamee asked General Sal Clergy and delegates, with the outsideto Ca- next Convocation to meet a year henceat

a time. There is a city ordinance I spondents than he has been heretofore FAIR IN FEBRUARY[ vador Mercado whether the women thedral exchange parishioners farewells, lingered, as some of those points, Miami being decided
which forbids the blocking of a cross accustomed to doing. would be able to go on foot. General I upon. .
visitors left by late
ing for a longer period than five min : Fair Mercado replied that the women were I these In the afternoon session a vote r'
Commissioner C. K. Pomeroy I trains others going this morning.The I
utes, and the commissioners will handle SCHOOL PRINCIPALS TO ATTEND returned last night from a visit he the wives of soldiers and were hardy thanks was tendered to the Cathedral

this matter directly with the railroad MEETING AT FORT MYERS made yesterday to the Taft and Pine and able to endure fatigue. Wagons I morning services yesterdaywere i I parish, its clergy, congregation, and
r authorities. Castle district and brought in the will pick up those who are unable to well attended, the members of I choir, to St. Cecilia's Guild and to the
walk. I the Woman's Auxiliary attending Junior Daughters of the King, for
The annual meeting of school superintendents most cheerful news concerning the
ORLANDO PEOPLE IX PICTURESOF a body at the 9 o'clock Eucharist, the help and hospitality extended.
and principals will be held manner in which the people of that'I
WORLD'S SERIESAt FRUIT SHERBET AT TEA AXD Bishop Mann giving a practical and Through each service and business
this year at Fort Myers, and State section of the county were getting 1
the work and
the Favorite last night REST ROOM helpful address upon session, in addresses and reports,
pictureswere Superintendent of Public Instruction ready for the South Florida Midwinter -
of this missionary so-
shown of the world's series be- the real fruit flavors purpose came over and over the warm tributesto
W. N. Sheats is sending out letters to exposition to be held in Orlando Sherbet ,
tween the Giants and Athletics in lemon and othersare ciety. Of the annual business sessionof Bishop Gray, voicing to a slight
the county superintendents to ascer- I February 17-21. This is a vegetable orange, pineapple,
New York. Prominent in the furnished order from the Tea the Auxiliary which followed (at, degree the love in which he is held
picture tain which of two dates-February 10 district and several fine displays of on
the Cathedral school) further mention his flock-the value to his
were several Orlando people, among or March 10-will suit them better. vegetables are to be made and some and Rest Room every day of the by given
them Mr. and Mrs. Turner Evans,, Supt. J. F. McKinnon voted in favorof exceptionally good stock will be I week. will be made. untiring labors. To Bishop Mann

seated near John Bunny, the motion the latter date. All school princi- brought in for exhibition. Among the I The delicious dinner served at the was extended the earnest assuranceof

picture hero, and W. C. Temple, Mr. pals in the county will be urged to at- unusual exhibits found was a collec- I Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wilson, of Chicago Chapter House by St Cecilia's Guild the continued support and co-op-

Woods, Lee Bachelor and Jos. W. tend. This is regarded as one of the tion of Oriental goods, a private collection -' are among the guests registering was greatly enjoyed, and was shared eration he asks and needs, from his
li' the Juan last by fully 120 guests and helpers. clergy and his laity; the desire of all
I Guernsey most important gatherings of school but one which the owner has at San night.
Limited forbids detailed mention that by united labors this great work
instructors for the whole year, as it decided to lend for exhibition pur- space
Fine stationery by the box or is generally decided at such meetings poses. Mr. Pomeroy will leave today Dr. E. D. Rollins and Mr. R. F. of much important work trans- be steadily carried forward. .

pound, envelopes to match, at Curtis what legislation is needed and what for DeLand, and will spend the rest :McConnell, of Gate City, Va., arrivedin acted in the sessions of Convocation;
& O'Neal's, next postoffice. efforts shall be made to secure it. of the week in Volusia county.:1' Orlando last night but the whole gathering was com- Fair Friday and Saturday. '


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One of the pleasant events of the OLIVE OIL-OLIVE OIL-OLIVE OIL TOD.AY AT
New Year was the reunion of the
"Old Settlers" of West Longwood,
held at the West Longwood chapel OLIVE OIL

January 10th. A cordial invitationwas !
also extended to the (old amneWy Co's

settlers of Longwood.A Price 50c. per Pint :
basket dinner was served that $1.00 per Quart
reminded us of "ye olden times." Mr $3.50 per Gallon r

Bicknell was requested to sing an Grand TheatreLubin's"Her
Irish song, and responded to the request LISTEN !
by singing "The Irish Jubilee."

Letters were read from. Rev. B. Y. Housewives, if you use Olive Oil either for First Offense" [Drama]
Wilkie and wife, of Dunedin, Fla.; salads, cooking or medicinal use, you want the best imported -

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fletcher, Win- oil, the kind that has the sweet, nutty taste. In Vitagraph's Ann of the Trails featuring Anna Schafferand
chendon, Mass.; Mr. Francis Fletcher, making up your grocery order, remember, we deliver ,

Constantinople, Turkey; Mrs. Tyson, goods to your door.DeLANEY. George Stanley. Usual Friday Comedy. .
Jacksonville, Fla.; G. I. Singleton, Inverness -

Fla.; Mr. Joe Phipps, Tampa,
Fla.; all of whom expressed regret ABERNETHY The Hodges Bros. and Ross
that they could not attend the reunion. .
Some not able to attend Druggists,
were on account -
of illness.It Orlando, Florida A The greatest Metropolitan Singing and Comedy Trio ()n the ;

was decided to form an associa. | stage in several new songs including their biggest hit *
tion, and call it "The Longwood Set- tf:#441ORLANDO file lel'llllt..tltteIIIII" ''i (

tlers' Association." The annual re- "A FOOL THERE WAS" '.
union will be held the first Tuesday &lal.ttto'IIIIIC'IIIIOlllillll'IJIIII..tllllllat.
after Christmas. Mrs. C. E. Walker, ;j' Children Adults I

Mrs.of Sanford J. S. ,Dinkle was elected, of West president Longwood, and, O OPERA[ HOUSE O [ Continuous Performance from 1 O

secretary. Those present were Dr. C. 3:30: to 10 p. m. C
E. Walker and wife, and Miss Flora

Walker, of Sanford; Mrs. Charles De ate ,
Voe and two children, Berlin, Wis.; Jan. 19th.
Monday January 19---Daniel Frohman
Mrs. Geo. Greenwood and Miss Teth- presents at

erly, Orlando; Mrs. C. L. Morton and 'U. A. COBURN'SGREATER Theatre James K. Hackett in 'The Prisoner of Zenda "
Miss Morton, Tangerine, Fla.; Mr. ,
and Mrs. Will Singleton and son, St. I a $50,000 masterpiece in four reels.
Augustine, Fla.; S. E. Dickson and I
wife, and Miss Mildred Dickson I
West Longwood, Fla.; Mrs. Fred Neime'er : MINSTRELSPresenting :
and daughter, Addie, of Long- '
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wood, Fla.; Mr. Joe Clouser, and Mr. '' *w A. Bislime, Longwood; John Searcy, : an all white company. Everything new- ..

and Mr. Bicknell, both of West Long- Every season. Beautiful Ensemble Spectacle. (A .
wood; Mr. and Miss Dunbar, of Phila: Gala Night Aboard a Battleship.) : For Economy and purchase
delphia, Pa. Mr. Wilkerson, and Mrs.
Harrison, Hillsboro, Tenn.; Mr. E. L. "Jolly Jack Tars at Play" : W RIG H T.&sEBD CO power of your money

Dann, Mrs. E. D. Beagle and son, : REALTY
Splendid Scenic Production of a Modern American : REAL ESTATEThafe "Try Wright's" Farm
Memphis, New York; Mrs. Walter :
Dreadnaught and the men who man them.
Hand and daughters, and Mrs. Will : Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
and all that is in Minst
TheGreat Big FunShow new relay Florida
Hand, of Sanford, Fla. All expressed Orlando
themselves as having a very enjoy- Splendid Male Choir. Sparkling ComedyUnex- : bulk. "Motto" Quantity
celled Dancing. High-Class Minstrel Vaudeville.
able day.
: and Quality.
"Blest be the tie that binds." THE SHOW YOU KNOW

DAILY : Fresh Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

THE OLD MAN PARADE AND BAND CONCERT : cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

Sale at Butt's 9 a. m., Monday, Jan. 19th. Prices : dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
(ByV alt Mason) 50.75-$1.00. : cents pint. -
Be kind to your daddy, 0 gamboling
youth;. his feet are now sluggish and : '''ll IIIQIIIIIIIIIIII'DII'I'II''I'IIIII'II'tM Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

r -cold; intent on your pleasure-- you IN ADVERTISING Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

don't see the truth, which is that your CONTINUITY .
; dad's growing old. Ah, once he could The merchant who places advertising -

: whip-forty bushels of snakes, but now in only a few newspaper issuesis 1FIRE
t he is spavined and lame; his jointsare sometimes disappointed that large INSURANCE

all rusty and tortured with aches, results do not immediately follow.
;' and weary and worn is his frame. He Modern life is crowded with interests I

: toiled and he slaved like a government people live in a hurried way, I ) *
r mule to see that his kids had a and public attention is fickle. Lethe I / to Success.
( flD\he lp
1 chance; he fed them and clothed them advertiser consult the new scienceof eITY ,
and sent them to school, rejoiced salesmanship and business psy- i JuN RYIMPROVED
when he marked their advance. The chology. He will be told that nothing
; landscape is moist with the billows affects the mind like repetition. Constant JANSEM
of sweat he cheerfully shed as he dropping wears away the stone Just arrived car load AND

'.. j toiled, to bring up his children and that is not affected by the single hard rOTARY{
immtdi- UMMPROV
a FORDS for ;
r keep out of debt, and see that thei shower.If ORLANDO UBUc
i home kettle boiled. He dressed in a man of striking appearance FLORIDA.
ate delivery.Get .
i old duds that his Mary and Jake passes by your place only at long intervals -

might bloom like the roses in June, you would scarcely recollecthis
f and oft when swallowed features from time to time. If a yours now.F. .
you your
Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
porterhouse steak, your daddy was person of ordinary appearance passes
1 chewing a prune. And now that he'sworn regularly for a short time his face G. RUSH,

t by his burden of care, just showr becomes firmly fixed in your mind. Phone 226
you are worth all he did; look out for The merchant who will advertise

r his comfort, and hand him his chair, regularly even if only in a small space
j and hang up his slicker and lid. will be surprised to see how the public ElectricallyEquipped
f will look for him in his regular I !
i WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE TillS position and be disappointed if he

PAPER fails to appear.
.f The familiar in the business
name 1l t -
I .
t. Because it gives you the neighborhood news is greeted with as much pleasure -
t news.Because. as the familiar face that you I
it gives you the county meet on the street. Once interest is I
F t news. created by a man's methods of adver- 0 d,; h

f Because it gives you the general tising, readers turn to it as to a serial

tM news. story.

Because it furnishes estertainment .. Two-Siity Standard Model
i for you and your family. Much adversely has been said of The ever reatest achieved.motorcycle 7 II.P. mice Twin!
r Because it tells you where to get "catalogue house stuff," but a farmerup equipped with Electric Head LuM.Electric Tail Li ht.Electric Signal.
i Two Seti
IHMIUIMt III Batteries and Corbin-Brown Rear-Drwe Speedometer. -
f the best bargains. at Chester, in Lake county, owes 1 Price J260.UO. See Catalog for detailed deicription.
P Because it helps you to be a good his life to a pair of catalogue house
f citizen. pants. While elevating corn into a I c:4IJA,1ffAM F
i i Because it booms the town and crib his pants caught in the machinery ",

i r helps the community. and had it not been for the fact FOR 1914 '

1. Because it stands for better roads,, that the goods was poor and tore
Of Cleanliness Of
better streets, better homes, better readily he would have been killd. He QualityFRESH
f farms and better business. escaped with a broken leg, but minus 60,000 brand new red machines will go out over the Indian

Because your patronage will help] I his pants. There is a feature of ad- AND SALT MEATS trails during the coming 'ear-the greatest motorcycle production
in the history of the industry. _
} to make it a better paper and one vertising value in this that cataloguers ,
more able to promote these and othe' should not overlook.-Chamberlain FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Betterments
desirable things. Democrat. I for 19141"! Armed with powerful and Beautiful Electrical
hF hl Kept under the best sanitary conditions. Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
f s 111I1 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111.11111 1I111 11111 It All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric '

and pure. head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat
FORSALE teries electric signal Corbin Brown rear-drive
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
6t in the Meat Line. You cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914
everything Indian Catalog. It make plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor. r'
New Two-Story Modern cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
I Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read.

t i House block from The PARLOR MARKET : The 1914 line of Indian Motocycle consists oft .

: one 4 H.P. Single Service Model............................5200.00
7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty, Regular Model......... 225.00
f i : Lucerne Circle. Self & Co. 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model..............,.. 260.00
H. M. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00
l t 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 275.00
PINE STREET I 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00
Helen Ownerr

R.Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla.
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I have been Sentinel so busy:-a Since setin ChristmasI mgs to .. IIIB K C ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER f

rights and makin orange marmalade : ORLANDO BANK TRUST COMPANY if

et cetera that I didn't take up my pen :

to do no writin, tho I wanted to tell ,. "'- -- -
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you how tickled I was to read all them
Orlando Florida. i
children's letters what you printed in
the Sentinel a askin old Santa to ,
bring 'em the presents they liked. I Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913 Have your room or house

wish they was more men in the world RESOURCESLoans
cleaned without dust trouble
like Mr. Bike, a lookin out for them or
and Discounts 103080.10
little shavers and a givin them a : I
Overdrafts 362.37 of furniture
Christmas tree'right out on the street : moving ,
Stocks and Bonds 26,018.33
so's they all could see it. The star '
: Cash on Hand and in Banks 200,946.57 .
on the top of the tree was a pretty I
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures : . . 25,974.87 /
sight and the best of all was the :
dancin The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex.
beamin faces of them tots a : /
round and 'pearin so happy. I know $656,382.21 .
LIABILITIES perienced man.
you helped give them presents, Mr. :

Ferris, cause you're a man with a : Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
good heart. I says to my man, I says, Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86 : SEE THEM FOR TERMS '

you know Mr. Ferris likes children, I Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38 I r
else he wouldn't of print all them let- I I rk rt

ters and give so much space in his $656,382.24 I I
paper and I am glad he ain't noI I

spug.I Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . .'. $489,971.68
reckon some folks et too much Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . ... .". . . $521,167.38 IWRCEELECTICbcJCHURCH[ L [
Christmas and New Years; howsom- "

ever I read in the paper about this Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70 I.
one and that one a dyin of this here
cute indigestion that must be a new. .. The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust :. STREET

fangled disease cause none o' my kin : Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and :
ever had it as I heard tell on. We friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The IIIIIIIIIIIIJII = IIICIIIIIII +IJtt"ltltlllllllttIIICIIIOIIIIIIIaIIIIIIIC""ttt

had good turkey and plum puddin to management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects

our house, but nobody got sick a eatin j the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in +I IIII"'IIOII"I.M .
it. I been out ridin in my automobileto j this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
see the new park down to Lake strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-

Eola, but it aint got much of a start ful statements to its patrons.

yet as I can see, but the walk is M. M. SMITH, President
down right nifty, a real beauty spot a Sacrifice Price
W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. NOLAN, Cashier
that will be some of these days Now

Mrs. Wescott she makes things hum j .

and got all them rose bushes a growinin MilHMMMMIIIO .
no time there by the Elks' Club. @

Just as I sed a while back, let the .
women have the job and you can't '111111111.111111.1111.1111111"1111111.1.11..11..1111111111 11.1111111111111'I

say Jack Robinson until the workis Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
done and your breath took away. Fresh Candles :
I'm a votin for the women, that's I one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved -

where I stand, Mr. Editor, and I hope :
your sentiments are the same. Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . .20c Ib. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . 20c. lb. with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest

So no more this time from Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Pegnolia Crisp . :. . . . . . . .30c.lb. I locations in Orlando.
Yours truly, Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . . 40c. lb.
i IZZY BUTTIN. Menthal Drops . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . 40c. Ib.

Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. lb. The Price is Right

PENALIZES RAILROAD FOR DELAY Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . 20c. Chocolate! Almonds
I IX DAMAGE SUIT Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows ,
Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams '
Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 14.-Because Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts

company the prosecuted Chicago and an appeal Erie Railroad held to and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.Ice OlhlallUO ll Real I H Btate t t [Co.Phone L

be without merit was one of the reasons Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any
the Indiana supreme court today quantity. Special attention paid to parties. 'Should be pleased to show any one

added ten per cent. to the amount oi through our

a judgment when the decisions of a factory.HOT DRINKS SERVED 501 Watkins Block '

court L .
lower were upheld. Henry
Lane, a brakeman, secured judgmentfor FRENCH DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.
14,000 against the railroad for Hot Milk Cholocate- (with whipped cream) '. . .,. . lOc. IO l lllllllt ; .IICllt8Ift oelllfll.'

. .
injuries ;In 1900, but eight years later Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc. -
the case was returned to the lower Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . lOc. tf..lllllllalllalfIIIIIIIIICOtl....... tii OIII
Hot Lemonade . . . . . . . . . lOc
court because the plaintiff's complaint Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c.

was insufficient. He then secured a Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . loc.Co The AltamonteALTAMONTE
judgment for $7,000 damages and the

railroad company again appealed.In -Mayer
its decision the supreme court Oa.ndy .., SPRINGS, FLORIDA.

said: 134 SOUTH ORANG3 AVENUE A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando(or A. C.L_
that verdict for
"Except larger
a a
R.R.) Come out and
getthe best dinner served in
amount might well have been given, lllllllllllllll Dallllllalllllllll.IIIIIIIII.IIIIICI1.11111..1111111111111 rior Florida. Orchestra inte-
etc. The Altamonte has the
it is hardly conceivable that unbiased
most beautiful and healthful location in Florida
minds could disagree over the just- 111111111111111111.,11111111111111111111111111111.11111111 11111111'1111111111" high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks., on

ness, under the law, of the result Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
reached by the jury. We feel that the Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-

litigation has been unduly prolonged,, ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
and considering this, together wit Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet
the fact that the amount awarded i is

not fully compensatory, the judgment I

is ages.affirmed" with 10 per cent. dam-: MONTGOMERYAT GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer

( Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.

SAVES $1,000,000

Washington, Jan. 14.-Secretary of COOK UTOCOMPANY T NEW SHEET MUSICWe
the Navy Daniels has issued a state-

ment showing that the navy depart-
ment this year will save $1,000,000 in
have just received from New
the price of armor-piercing and common -
Ninety thousand shells of all classes; I '. 300 pieces of the very latest "Broadwayhits
I can make car like
were included in the bids. Eight manufacturing -

concerns competed, includ- Tangos, Waltzes Two
See quick if Steps, Rags and
new. me
ing one German and one British firm. you

, want painted. all the late popular songs.

St. Louis, Jan. 14.-William II. Bar- IfJyou wish to know what is really the

nett, heir to a million, gave a "rough
house" party for the ultra-fashionable rage in music on "The Great White Way. "
society set until 5 a. m. It was a

masquerade and the host was dressedin Come in and see this lot.. .
pink pajamas.

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, *IMMIIIItlMIIMiMtlMiMlitltMMIimitlMtMlttfltlHltmttitliHltll I W. S. BRANCH,

shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barb:
Take your repairing to Warman on Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres Clean sweep sale Overcoats, Suits,
Shop. 1-2-tf Court street. 12-5-tf in grove, four hundred bearing trees, Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown The Arcade Book and Music Store '
and two hundred young budded grape- & Lartigue. l-6-6t
Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit
Florida's best fruit trees, easily Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor- now on trees. Price $3,200. If you want to sell anything, remember
ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Eighty acres, twenty-five acres W. T. ENTRICAN, WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
the Sentinel want columns.
reached from all parts of Orange, from all parts of Orange, Lake, Seminole cleared and fenced, house and out- Painter and interior decorator. New AND DO ALL KLNDS OF
Lake, Seminole, Osceola' and Volusia Osceola and Volusia counties by buildings. Price $1,500. ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. Everybody reads it. OPTICAL REPAIRING
counties by auto over hard surfaced Twenty acres on lake front, well :Expert workmen employed.
auto over hard surfaced roads, most located three hundred bearing 12-21-lm
roads, most convenient for all planters -
convenient for all planters and most trees. Price $2,200. I ;.1111111111111111111111.1 .. .
and most reliable in Florida. I ,
fruit land
reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nur- Twenty acres good
Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. series lake front, two acres bearing orange Subscribe for the SentineLAutomobile j WM. HARPER t;
V Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat- DRS. "I
Write for catalog.W. alog. grove, good six room house. Price JOSEPHINE HARPER .
Twenty-five acres bearing orange ..11 tllMIIIHMMMMMU OSTEOPATHSOldestEstablished
T. ENTRICAN, located lake front within the
grove on
Makes a specialty of painting, paper- FOR SALE city limits. Ideal location for subdi- i For Hire Practice In DR. L H. RAMSD-L
ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. vision. Price $10,500.J. llt Orlando OPTOMETRI5
Phone 636. 12-21-lm Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake E. CRAWFORDOffice : New Five Passenger 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and Confutation ,
ten acres of garden land, hun- over Blue Drug Store
PHONE 419 aminatlon Free '
Sentinel little want ads. get h E dred bearing orange trees, small 117 S. Orange Avenue I ORLANDO, FLORIDA
goods while the getting's good. house and barn. Price $2,500. Phone 401 .&1111111111111111111111,.

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South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch) LIVES AT OCALA A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX Big Bargain in Fine

AND WEEKLY Mayor Swearengen of Jacksonville For the benefit of a portion of the

JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. gives notice that he will not deny any I ninety million people in the United Residence PropertyNew

man the right of free speech on the. States who are sure that they can THE PALMS AUTO COREO

Entered at the postoffiee at Orlando, Florid streets of the city. His honor is too make the local editor look like 30 ten room residence in
*, u Second Class Mail Matter. I
fond of free speech himself to set! cents in his own job, we want to call MOTOR CARS high class neighborhood near

TO ADVERTISERS: any dangerous precedents in that di-i attention to a partial list of the duties Lake Lucerne. Finely finished

Copy for display and all other hand-Mt rection. I whch attend editing a newspaper in For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a and modern in every respect.
adtertiunr must be handed in at the business * I Lot 240 feet front and 210 feet
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 even as small a city as Ocala.
p. m.
the day before plibU }tion. This rule applies How many citizens of Orlando will' It all came about through the indis- full stock of supplies and accessories. Hare a good forceof I deep. Room for three additional
to changes for contract advertising; it it : houses. Garage. Six large bearing
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. pay an income tax? Mayor Sperry creet admission by Editor Benjaminof competent repair .men. All our work is absolutely ti
and Commissioners Johnson and Rob-: the Ocala Star, that Santa Claus I I pecans, eight full bearing

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ertson will not be compelled to pay' brought him a very shiny and efficient guaranteed. orange, two grapefruit, five full

One Year ....... ..............$5.00 one on their salaries, but we believe pair of new scissors. This called forth i bearing loquats, and scupper-

Six Months ..., ". .. .. . .1... 2.50 they will do more real useful and nec- the Tampa Tribune's shot and its an- nong grapes. Owner must sell.

Three Months ........ .... .... 1.25 essary work than a great many ethers swer. Here they be: Price for a few days, $7,000.
In Advance. whose income will require the payment : Any kind of reasonable terms.
"The editor of the Ocala Star is THE PALMS AUTO CO
of the tax. evidently using his Christmas scis- I
4' FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. * *
sors to advantage, but we much rather FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. i Cooper & AthaExclusive
Miami is not to be outclassed by St read his own stuff.Tampa Tri-
r" Lest you forget, we say it yet-
Petersburg and has established an bune.
register today. " "II'I""llleIIIIIIIIIII
o airship excursion from the city to the I "Well, Lambright, if you edited the .
coast. It is a ten mile trip that is
and wrote the heads and trotted
The authorities of Vassar have or- I copy ,1111111111111111111111111111111111111111"1111111111 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.
dered the chafing dish under the ban. are ten dollars per fly. It ought to all around town after local news, and I .
made in ten minutes and the rates searched the exchanges and read :
Oh, fudge! : Orlando Florida
o prove a ten strike for the "Magic proofs, and proved galleys, and made -

Every voter who wishes to vote in City"a up forms in the day time, and roamed : 1253m.MiaiMtMMtCtlftmttH.

the primary must register. Old reg- * through the hotel corridors and lodge Notice to Auto Owners ..
Practical business men will see the
istration doesn't count under the new rooms and board of trade rooms and .
advantage of centering the trades display .
law. bar rooms and several other sorts of .

0 procession that will be given I rooms until 12 o'clock at night, you'd .

during the fair. No prizes will be thank God for a good, able-bodied R.
The real estate men are going to L. HOLLANDwill
offered but the establishment that "
to themselves pair of scissors. Auto ml
organize protect againstthe Supreffle
puts out the most attractive float will I
joy riders. They complain of a
waste in gasoline on prospectors who draw a prize by being the most talkedof THE TRIBUNE'S NAUGHTY PARA recover your old Auto or Buggy
in the To be "the
concern county.
thank them for the ride and GRAPH
consider their offers. Looks promiseto as if' observed of all observers" is worth Tops. Make your Back and Cush. The oil that has

they were preparing to land a whackat while occasion.to a business enterprise on suchan The Jasper News appropriated theTribune's : ion Slip Covers and Auto Top dust stood the su-

poor old Standard Oil. naughty paragraph about : ,
* Miss Helen Hunt, of the Times-Union, I test
New preme
o cushion work for
covers. top or
It is not often that the world :
The second week of registrationunder applauds and is doubtless enjoying the credit

the law draws to close the conquests of those.who are of its origin.-Tampa Tribune. : and reasonable
new a carriages buggies at il= THAT :_--- -
denominated "rebels but such is
as ,
This horribly naughty paragraph :
with less than two hundred names on
the books. At this rate the new registration undoubtedly the case in the victoriesof which the Jasper News has stolen I prices. All work and material guar-
the Mexican General Villa. You from the Tribune was first :
will be much less than the perpe-
old was. It requires some little timeto can't fool all the people all the time, trated about twenty years ago during :| anteed by T M. Coppedge, Trimmer Good Gulf Gasoline
even in relation to the Mexican situ-
register, and voters should take an the days of Geo. W. Wilson minstrelsy : .

early opportunity to attend to this ation. concerning 'the well known writer I ..
* aWe Helen Hunt Jackson. The Tribune : ATillMtttlitltlttlttttlMMMMIMIMIItlMIMMM .
important matter. Ther eis no needto .
put it off, and the last days will be all believe in advertising, but really ought to set 'em up for accus- : .

crowded The usefulness, no doubt.of the Register postoffice early.o department all nor of lawn enjoy us liberally do the not experience believe bestrewn it of necessary with havingour red,, News naughty ing the of piece.octogenarian stealing this of the naughty-Jasper ::: R1 l. HOLLAND l CARRIAGE b[ SHOP r .. P. G. WALTON, Agl!

r under Postmaster General I. white, blue, green and yellow adver- o .

Burleson is being constantly in- tising sheets, three or four times a THE CURFEW LAW : : PHONES 450-269
day, all of which must be gatheredup .
creased. The parcel post is to be extended .
and disposed of or left to blow ,
so as to admit packages of a The city commissioners of Orlando, I"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt

hundred pounds weight, and the postal around our own yard or those of our who are also the bench of justices of .

savings department is being broughtto neighbors. Orlando can never fully the municipal court, are fixing up

the favorable attention of the peo- claim the title of "City Beautiful" or trouble for themselves. They have

ple with a likely increase of deposits "Spotless Town" until there is some determined, so the Sentinel says, to
regulation in the matter of the distri-
amounting to many millions. Surelyit enforce the curfew law. They will

is a function of the government to bution of 'advertising on the residence certainly have something to do at the
streets. As a matter of fact, a man daily morning sessions until the Or-
be of service to the people, and the
postmaster general to have has no more right to litter a clean lando kids get broken in. This new
seems a
, lawn with advertising circulars than .. ,
tight grip on this idea. resolution was adopted at the urgingof I '
o he has to chalk an advertisement on the ladies of the Civic League at ..

The Sentinel welcomes the Florida a front door step. whose instance it was originally .

Growers' and Shippers 'League to Or- passed by the council of the old re

lando in the person of the executive A young lady in Atlanta was so annoyed gime. This curfew law is a good

officer Mr. S. The by "mashers" that she appliedto thing and some other cities that we flro
Lloyd Tenney.
readiness with which the growers the police and had a young man I know of would be the better for a Je'nalry lr Gifts Hlu RlndYo Appreciated

have supported the movement to or- arrested for the offense. The police like regulation.-Tampa Times.
judg efined the culprit and told the
ganize this leagu eis evidence suffi-
lady that she was "too pretty to be on POWERS UNEASY OVER MEXICAN -
cient of its need. There are many
the streets alone after dark." We FINANCIAL SITUATION
ways in which it can be of great service -
had not missed any of our Orlando

well toAhe it will growers.be serving By the serving state them, for girls, but one of them must be visit- Washington, Jan.. .-England, We carry a complete stock and can

ing Atlanta. France and Germany, the most inter-
aside from incidental it
* ested countries in Mexico's financial suit all tastes. Come in and look us over.
will bring it includes many thousandsof
The pastors of the Battle Creek, affairs, have,inquired of the state department -
the state's best citizens in its ros- I
ter of membership.A Mich., churches all preached sermonson if the United States pro-
'"Race Improvement" on Sunday posed taking anysteps to protect

o last. Battle Creek is so famous for American and European bondholdersfrom ., '
story is being printed about Sec-
its breakfast foods and health foods loss. Secretary Bryan would ,
retary William J. Bryan accepting an
that we suppose the texts ran some- give no definite answer to inquiries at
invitation to speak at a fair in Virginia -
thing like this: "Take a little Tostumfor the department, but intimated that
last fall and then sending a bill
thy stomach's sake, and for thine there would be no change in the attitude -
for three hundred dollars to the fair
oft infirmities," "Thou shalt not eat .
of this country toward Mexico.Don't
association after his return to Wash _
anything but Flora Cakes for thy u
ington. Nothing had been said about
breakfast," "Happy is the man that
miss the Confederate ball
pay in the invitation. Such stuff is I
findeth Nut Grapes and the man that
printed to discredit the secretary, but Tuesday night.Warman .
getteth Puffed Foods," "Digestion is I
it will have little effect. He is a paid
lecturer and speaker and this is well the principal" thing, therefore get di- Repairs and Retires Baby T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

gestion. Carriages on Court street 125UKNOLL
known. Nobody would, ask a well digger * ,
or a steeple jack to perform with-I .
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"These 'Open, Come In' signs strike
out pay. It is equally absurd to ask POSTOFFICE
us Northerners as peculiar," said a MMIIMIilMMiMIMIMMCUT
Mr. Bryan to do so. He never chargesfor
his Sunday'talks, nor for his conversation tourist to us last evening. "The sup- K FLORAL R L CO1
position is that a live establishmentis
his sneezes or his snores; I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING"Eiffel"
always open during business hours
these.are all free, but for his lectureshe
and the only occasion for a notice is CUT FLOWERSOUR :
expects an income; the secretaryhas
when they are closed.
made it quite clear that he can't SPECIALTYPhone :

live on his salary. 2516) TAMPA, FLA.
Subscribe for the Sentinel. '
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Sister Mary Ann is dead. The end -

came for her in Jacksonville Wednes- I ; Silk: HosieryFRIDAY

day at the age of eighty-six. The

orphans whom she gathered togetherand Studebakers are HereFour ( AND SATURDAY)

mothered knew her as "Grandma

Sister Mary Ann," the sick and af. Cylinder, Five Passenger Touring A clearance of several hundred dozen in Black White Tan

flicted, from the time of the war, Car $1,115.Four ,

through the epidemic of yellow fever Sky all sizes
Cylinder Landau-Roadster 51,265.
and suffering in its many forms, ,

knew her as a veritable angel of Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,
mercy. There is never a skeptic so 1640. Regular 50 Cents Value

hidebound nor sinner so hardenedwho '
Prices f.o.b. Orlando.
does not uncover in reverence at

the thought of a life such as Sister All Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and REMOVAL SALE PRICES

Mary Ann lived, an example of the re- starter--and every up-to-day equipment. Come

,ligion of brotherly concern and hu- around and see them.

',nity. She knew no race nor creed

mNV dispensation of her charities. 28c 4 Pairs for $1.00
The r pair
b.,5 but one question with her, San Juan Garage Co. ,
Am. Ned!" If she was she was
speedily .
twtf ministering to the

needs it seemed 0 that e less'fortunate, for All Night ServiceAJAX

never luminous neede \ >Mtt n.ry. Ann Her herself We- 1v .AEIO: E. :IvES

lived it without osten' deeds;;; she TIRES guaranteed; 5000 miles, Five .

in Jackson et there off for cash Avenue Orlando '
was no one > 0 did per cent S. Orange ,
not know her



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:: '. Mr. J. D. PrevattRepresenting

Butt's are not only the highest grade candies you can the Globe Tailoring Co.

buy, but the freshest. Made in our clean kitchens, where will be here

sunshine and fresh air abound. If you give your wife or ..LUCERNE CIRCLE.. Jan. 16, 17, 19 and 20th

sweetheart a box of Butt's Chocolates or Caramels she

will always greet you with a welcoming smile. Take one MADE CIGAR

to her tonight. ; ; Sold by all dealers, 5 Cents 1000 SAMPLES

of this seasons newest fabrics

Suits made to your order $18.50 to $40.


Trousers made to order $5.00 to $14.


Satisfaction Guaranteed

Orange Avenue


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Mr. Paul E. Herring, of Chicago, is
among the Orlando visitors today.Mr. BANK SITE [I FAVORITE THEATRE j

WADE THE ORLANDO,TUNER, FLA. Juan.Orlando. C.today M. Wright, registered, of Chicago at the, is San in Washington Atlanta has urging a big the claims delegation of that in I i i| B. E MILLER, Manager Night- -1|g 1I Ik Yo w ell-Ducko1'l't tli Co.

city for one of the regional banks to | Matinee 2 P. M. 6:30
Mr. C. L. McMullen, of Madison I
be created under the new currency j ADMISSION CENTS I
Wis., was among the arrivals at the |
law. The People's National bank of Orlando's Largest Store
Confederate ball at the armory San Juan last night.Don't DGllDCDGllDCDGllDCDGllDCDGllDO.1I I
Orlando has endorsed Atlanta as the I
Tuesday evening, January 20. Program i I
miss the Confederate ball at place for the bank, as the followingfrom 101-Bison-101
Dr. Mary E. Harwood, of Kansas the armory next Tuesday evening. the'Atlanta Journal testifies: "Death Stone of India" I "Quality Did It"

City, Mo., has arrived to spend the Admission one dollar. Excellent mu- Charles P. Dow, cashier of the Peo- Spectacular three-reel feature. .
winter ,and is registered at the Tre- sic and a fine supper. I
ple's National bank of Orlando, Fla.,
Favorite offers the finest film
mont. Miss Wispha Ellerbe, of Florence, wrote that the board of directors of gram in the world, with real,
The Confederate ball Tuesday even- S. C., arrived in Orlando last even- that bank had decided at their annual I genuine features every day.

ing, January 20th-that's next Tuesday ing, on a visit to.her brother, Mr. meeting to join the federal reserve,I

Douglas R. Ellerbe, the popular tellerof and upon motion had voted to ap- I

Captain French, of Waltham, Mass., the People's National bank. prove Atlanta as the location of the ROLLINS MINSTRELS

is among Orlando's prominent winter Maud Powell, violinist, Lucerne regional bank in this section. "I am An up-to-date minstrel show will be''

visitors. He is a guest of the Lake theater, January 28. Auspices Metho- instructed to render you any furtheraid given by the students at Rollins College =
View. dist Baraca class. Reservations begin you desire in this matter," said on the evening of January 17th, Hat 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'Money
8:15 o'clock, for benefit of Rollins j
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, January 23. One dollar. 1-15-llt Mr. Dow. I Athletic Association. The price of,!

shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Messrs. L W. Tilden, A. B. John- I admission will be only 35 cents. I
Shop. 12tfMr. son and J. E. Merrill left yesterdayfor I Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson of the,l-13-3t to Loan

and Mrs. D. S. Decker, of Mid- Tampa to attend a meeting of First Baptist church has received a I

dleton, N. Y., Orange county, are in the Florida Citrus Exchange, which letter from Rev. J. Preston Boyd, who II I Do YOU have to WORK HARD for

Orlando to remain until the end of convenes in that city today. left last week to take up his pastorate your MONEY?
church in Bradentown.Mr. .: If so, you want to. get the best !
of the Baptist I Loans in of
the season. Mr. F. Ruiz, of Tampa, the clever value possible for every dollar you j sums $500 to $3000
and Mrs. Boyd had a pleasant
We offer great values in Eclipse and hustling representative of the ,spend.
trip, a warm reception and a large F. N. BOARDMAN I IMPROVED INSIDE for
Shirts and Underwear at Boardman's L C. Smith & Bro.. typewriter, is I on property :
him makes of GOOD GOODS
congregation greeted Sunday. a specialty
"Store of Satisfaction." M5-2t spending several days in this section and the lowest possible prices con-i term of FIVE j
Miss Sadie Wood, of Ripley, Tenn., telling of the merits of his machine.Dr. Miss Ethel Smith has been appointed sistent with good merchandise. Try I a years. Principal
L G. Moore and Messrs. H. J. assistant teacher in the primary him. You either get more good or ,
arrived Thursday night, and is the : and interest payable in i
better goods for the same or
of the school at Pine Cas- money
Fobes, J. P. Karr and F. W. Fobes, department
guest of her cousin, Mrs. R. P. John- I you get the same goods for less
of Kinsman, Ohio, the tle. This is evidence that the schoolis
son, on West Central avenue. are among new money than elsewhere. : instalments:
i arrivals in Orlando. They are look- growing and in a prosperous con-I F. N. BOARDMAN'S .
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cheney, of
ing over this section with a view to dition. Such reports at the office of "STORE OF SATISFACTION" I I1162t
Shelbyville, Ind., who are spendingthe I
locating.The Supt. J. F. McKinnon are frequent, I s.AT.A.YO
winter in Orlando, left yesterdayfor .
and are pleasing to all who take an I
Confederate ball at the I Ii I
Jacksonville to visit their son. armory '
FOR RENT-Furnished large room,
in the of the work.
We have a lot of Children's andMisses' next Tuesday evening will be one of progress i I in modern home; bath, hot and cold H tlll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
the most pleasant social affairs of the Rev. Thomas J. Lacey, of the water; telephone; close in. 312 North - -----
I entire: season. Everybody is invited. Church of the Redeemer, New York Main street. 1-16-lw
price for a quick sale, at the "Storeof
Admission one dollar. is in the city for a day's visit I I II'

HI.Mr.,Satisfaction.has J. the A. Hollenbeck foundation, of laid Rockford for the, itors Among to the the city prominent on Saturday Orlando was Hon.vis- with from Bishop Orlando and to Mrs.Tarpon Gray.Springs lie goes to I':ing FOUND-Gold Owner property.may have D.bracelet C.same McNeill by and,identify-Orlando watch.I I j i J a lli 5 J Jellies allifPreerve n S r rVe S

five-room bungalow which he will W. R. O'Neal, who is just now busy attend the Greek church celebration Light and Water Co. 1-16-lt I ,
with plans for the big tri-state fair which occurs next Sabbath. Mr. La-
build on his property at Lake Lurna. : \ : a full line
to be pulled off in Orlando in Feb- cey has been abroad and made a special carry
Mr. A. J. Vaughan, who travels out LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
ruary.-Sanford Herald. study of Greece and its history : PANCAKE FLOUR
of Valdosta, Ga., for Armour Pack
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Graves and lit- and has often attended the Greek cel- Flowers
ing company, is in the city on a few PURE MAPLE SYRUP
tle daughter, Helen Louise, of Ocoee, ebrations in New York, but came to
days' visit to his father, Mr. C. M. were among Orlando's visitors yes Florida at this time, partly that he ROSES, VIOLETS, PURE CANE SYRUP

Vaughan. terday. Mr. Graves while here losta might be at Tarpon Springs for this CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
Removal price-"Eiffel" Silk Hose, valuable stick pin which he prizes, event, which he has once before at- FLORIDA CANE SYRUP IN BULK
in black, white, tan-all sizes-four tended, and is of the opinion that i it POTTED PLANTS
and if it is returned to him at Ocoeeor
pairs One Dollar, Friday and Satur- the Sentinel office, the finder will is nearer like the real Greek celebra- E (Mice and Tea Our Specialty

day-Marion B. Ives-50 cents pair be rewarded. tion than any he has ever witnessed.He .

usual price. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Warner and thinks Florida people do not appreciate COAL CHARCOAL Twenty different brands of Coffee to select -
Eat what want. the opportunity that this
family of Orlando were in the cityon from.
Eat all you want. gathering affords one who is inter- i
Take a postscript and forget itFor Saturday and were accompanied by ested in history and race problems: WOOD
sale by all durggists. Miss Frazier of New York. Miss Fra-
There are about two thousand Greeks:
l-7-d&w-lyr zier spent the winter in Sanford some Veneer Cores
who are engaged in the sponge gath. SANITARY GROCERY
Heart PineVa THE
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lege came over twenty years ago and was greatly Seasoned
ering around Tarpon, and their
from Ocala yesterday in their tour surprised at the many changes in the pro -. Oak Wood
ing car on a visit to their brother and city.-Sanford HeraldReengagements cession at this celebration is a very All sizes and lengths CARUTHERS & GORE
unique event.I :
sister, Mr. and :Mrs. W. M. Lege, on are a mark of ap- 'I Orlando Wood Yard

Hillcrest avenue. preciation. Maud Powell again, Jan- Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
have a few Ladies' Coats, a few ,
and Mrs. C. L McVamrankenand uary 28. Auspices Methodist Baraca
B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
Coat Suits, and will sell them at any
daughter, Miss Isabelle, have arrived class. 1-15-llt j price down to actual cost while they Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.

from Kalamazoo, Mich., and are Mr. 0. L. Gooden, who came to Orlando .I|last. I have no room for winter good; Fence Posts CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
to be carried over, so they MUST GO,, Turpentine
the guests of Mr. C. B. Bailey on early in the season from Amity-'I F. N. BOARDMAN'S M II1I t; II 1 1111111'I11111 1 III .III1 t t 1 1.I.1111. .III t...

North Main street. ville, N. Y., and who was seriously "STORE OF SATISFACTION" r

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Powell, violin recital, Lucerne theater, will become a fixture here, having Special representative of Strauss

January 28. Reserved. seats one dol bought of Mr. John Schnarr his pretty & Bros., of Baltimore, "High Art:r REa .A.L S..A.LE
lar. M5-1U place two miles southeast of Or Tailors," here now. Come and see his

lando, and moved out yesterday.Just big line of samples and have ycui Commencing Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,
W. S. Branch celebrated his six- measure taken for your spring suit,
tieth birthday yesterday. lie says received, a large shipment of l-16-2t BROWN & LARTIGUEIOSTEOPATBY Wool Underwear at cut prices for CASH.
Shoes, the kind for
good including
him the
his white hair gives
school children. Prices are right, and ,
ance of being much older and wiser, goods are right, at BOARDMAN'S! :: $30.00 Suits $20.50 $25.00 Overcoats $17.50 .
than he is. One lady guessed his age "STORE OF SATISFACTION." Suits 20.00 Overcoats 14.75i
at 75 and several were sure he was: l-1612t 25.00 18.00 Overcoats
DR. J. C .HOWELL 22.50 Suits 15.75 13.50t

over 70. Eat what you want. i Hours, 10.12, 35, and by appoint men 20.00 Suits 14.75 16.50 Overcoats 12.00t
LADIES' FLANNELETTE NIGHTGowns Eat all you want. I Xo extra charge for house treatmen
,.60c., 75c., and $1, at BOARD- Take a postscript and forget it. I Telephone connections SWEATERS HATS
MAN'S "STORE OF SATISFAC- For sale by all druggists.
( Orange and Central AVe.
TION." 1-16-2t - & yrIOffice'cor.I
$3.00 Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats $3.50

2.50 Sweaters 1.75 4.00 Hats 2.75 .r

2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 Hats 2.25

I 1.50 Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75

Fresh Seedfresh Remember we only handle the celebratedHartSchaflner & :Marx line 01 Clothes

All I.en's. and Boy's Trousers are i included in this sale.SCRU'GGS .

Garden, Flower and Field Seed. 30 years experience.

The MoElroy- Pharmacy This store is the home of Hart Schaftner & Marx clothes

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PEOPLE'S WANTS A new two-story FOR SALE house, contains( MISCELLANEOUS j'I;
$$2100 BUYS IT and bath all t
a 6 All rooms doors and windows, newly screened.decorated.AH WANTED-Dining Orland hotel room girls. Apply 1-6-tf :

.. MUNNIMAKERSNotices electric fixtures installed. Corner lot,
R of Lost, Wanted. For Sale For fine location. Best value in residential DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St :
4 Handsome five-room house, two. Rent, etc, for this column, 25c for one day, property in Orlando. Fred B. 12-12-lm
EOc for three days or $1.00 for one week for Dale, owner, 312 Anderson straet ''I
story, directly off Lucerne Circle 25 words or less. Money must accompany l-15-6t ,:
YOUNG LADY desires position; gen- Latest Patterns
the advertisements fer this column, as no and Colors in
; all equipped for hot and cold insertions will be made on credit. I HAVE FOR SALE eral office work; references. Ad-|:
House, 306 East Pine street six dress "M," Sentinel office. 1-13-lw;,
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water electric etc. Best and PercalesSee
lights, Ginghams
FOR SALE rooms and bath; lot 60x120, with ',
j orange trees. One block from Lake WANTED-Late model used automo-:
location. In the $4,000 class.
Eola. A desirable residence. bile, roadster or touring car, for t' the new line ol '
s Let us show you.Another. Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Block of 4 lots on Mark street, corner cash. Wm. R. Cunnigham, care Wil-;:
t on Court street. 12-5-tf of Magnolia avenue; 142x245; lola hotel, Orange avenue. 1-14-tf j: ladies' Muslin Underwear
grapefruit and orange trees. One of
the finest building sites in city. WANTED-Woman for general house;,:
$1650A Griffing trees give results. 'Office work be I,
I ; must a good cook. Apply j
Two lots on Lake Lerna, 70x128
opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales- P. 0. Box 207, Orlando. l-16-3t I:
I each, facing east; orange and grapefruit McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
man. 12-25-tf i 1 trees. LOST-On the streets of Orlando, :
good investment proposition.Can I. Grove of 12 acres on Colonial Drive, stick pin, horseshoe shape, staff I,
rent from FOR SALE-Good, sound, gentle bay just within eastern city limits; over cross. Leave at this office and :
February 1st forT
horse. Good worker and driver.j 900 trees, orange, grapefruit and tan- ceive reward. re-I' STORE
one year for $25.00 per month. Cheap. Address C. W. Tharp, Win- ,I gerines. Crop last season 3,400 boxes. I
ter Park, Fla., Box 90. 1-14-lw Fenced and irrigated. WANTED-By young man, German,I'I'a '
For location, etc. I Further information upon applica- position as gardener. Can drive : 128 S. Orange Ave. .
automobile or motor boat. Handyman
.... FOR rooms RENT-Furnished and sleeping porch house; centrally 'ten- L J. TOWNSEND, around place. Address "G," care""I:
i 11-16-lw 308 Anderson St. Sentinel 1-15-3t
located; suitable for either one or
two families. Address F. G. Rush, I I:
City. 11-26-tf
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FOR SALE OR KENT With stock i 111 1.1111."lllel'I'II . "I'II"I.IIIII.J..I..

and tools, best farm in county; variety ;
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant upodate SEE H l
; buildings, etc. Box 144, Or-
lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf THEENTERPRISEPEATARKET'[ [ [ [
a Hand Bldg., Church St. Ij I [
---j FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
accommodations; also 2 acres good . 21 East Pine Street
truck land, close in. Good opportunity
gush.Many a man's enthusiasm is merely I Sentinel.for right person. Address 9-8tf"A," ORLANDO, FLORIDA

Be like a rooster. If you can't lay i FOR SALE !

an egg, boost I Five-room bungalow; three spacious ilHMIMItllittltMmHiilHI MMMIIItllHMiM i JUST OPENED
I piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- I II
ern improvements. 506 Lexington St. Everything new and complete. As sani-
Being the friend of a "good fellow"is 1-15-lm FOR REN1 LOST-Pocket book containing $53

an expensive job. I and some valuable papers. Returnto tary as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest
Wm. Formosa, Fla., and
FOR ROOMS FOR RENT, for light house- Slyck get I
SALE-At a bargain, twenty- reward. l-14-3t I Meats of all kinds.
More things come to those who are acre grove; five hundred grapefruittrees (I keeping. 307 E. Pine St. l-16-6t

too busy to wait for them. fifty tangerine trees, and 750 LARGE COMFORTABLE ROOM furnished AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,I! Fish and Oysters in Season
trees. Grove should for
pay tree
for subsoiling planting, stump
itself in two I I light housekeeping. Ap- I
Address P. 0.
When a small man finally make up Box 105 Orlando ply 315 W. Central Ave. 1-16-lw blowing, orchard renovating;, land I
I cleared for the Dynamite'
ready plow. Courteous attention service and
his mind to fight he begins to look I 12-18-d&w-tf I(lEIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas and supplies. Estimates cheerfully ; prompt

around for a friend to hold him. I and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St.,I prices right. Give me a trial.
FOR SALE avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm I
k Good property; 40 acres little northof I house r
RENT-Two-story completely -
When a man writes to a girl
i young
Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young furnished. Ready for YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.
on a postal card she may as well budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.The i pancy January 25th. Apply to occu-FredB. Just ring 448 for the Arcade Press- Jo A. COX ProprietorPHONE
chlroform all hopes she has in his ideal place for poultry and dairy: Dale, 306 Anderson street. ing Club. The boy will call. Club ,
direction. farm-good range, plenty room, good;,1.14-6t rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe-
milk trade established. Will sell stock cialty. 1-10-lm 105
with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando,I APARTMENTS FOR RENT Two,
There's one thing we like about a Fla. 12-15-lm!i four and six rooms each; first, sec- WANTED-Ladies, bring your combings I 1lia
girl clerk in a department store; she 1 ond and third floors. Apply Taylor's and cut hair to 305 Garland !"
never sneaks off to the basement for FOR SALE j ji I Apartments, 1008 Hughey street, Or- street. We will make them as desired 4, = IIIIIIICOIIGI.I.OIIIIIII.IIOIIIII'"III.t
I i lando Height Cheapest in town. or purchase same for cash. J
the' of smoking cirgarettes.-' Farm of twenty acres, ten acres ,
purpose .
Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-1m
Chicago News. cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2 i ., Real Estate Agents, Investors and HoraeseekersATTENTION

miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; everything LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B
Davis. Good wire fence on three I I new and modern; large ve- ," somewhere on the Orlando !
Word comes from Fort Pierce that sides. Small new house and well. i;randas; three minutes from postoffice, streets Monday. If found, leave at the
the $75,000 new school building is now About 15,000 feet of saw timber.'i:I in best part of city. Three to five Sentinel office, and receive reward of I offer for $1,800 two-story, six-room cottage, with
an assure dfact. Actual work on Land all dry and suitable for truck-:(:dollars per week. 308 West street. $1.00. 1-1-tf rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to,.1-8-1w
the structure will commence as soon work it and will sell at a bargain.I'i WANTED TO RENT for remainderof Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

as the warrants ar esold. The styleof Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. I FOR RENT-Furnished three room season, by family of three, small six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
the building is to be of Spanish l-6-d&w-lm i I flat for light central housekeeping rent ; all conveniences Inquire furnished house in good neighborhood.House heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy basement

renaissance. The plans call for a.. 23 E.; Pine street; or cheap.phone 571.-; must be clean and convenient wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
I FOR SALE Apply by letter to X. Y. Z., Sentinel
large auditorium which can be used I 1-11-1w furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.
for an' opera house, as it has all the An artistic and beautiful home; office. M4-6t House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price 2200. These
modern and complete in every partic FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in lots
latest improvements for grand NOTICE connect at the corners, with rose house, between. I
opera. ular. Seven large rooms and bath; modern home
new ; every convenience -
immense closets. Screened sleeping ; kitchenette if desired; The books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

South Carolina is still afflicted with and rear porches; ten-foot veranda"able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, reason-j. voters in Orange county will be Open to all.
across entire front. A few bearing to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf opened in my office at the Court
Cole Blease. The legislature has met trees, flowers and shrubbery. New House on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N": COY
; and he has filed another message. ,and near in, fine location. FOR RENT and will be kept open six days in
J: Any one desiring an ideal home, Furnished 6-room house; strictly each week, until the first Monday in
307 West St. North OrlandotltllltiltMMtMMtHMiMtMimillliHtm
:address modern; fine location. Will rent for March, 1914. II ,
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. season or by year. Cooper & Atha, W. L DOUVE, S
on Court street 12-5-tf 1-2-tf opposite postoffice, 1st floor. 1-16-3t 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. .. .-. M -ti

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.:; store not a ; our :.

; I business at our big store. Cor. Main and Pine Sts., ,, .:

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us an outlet sufficient to put us on buying equality '

i =. with any store or combination of stores. We : :' ,

: cut the price the day we opened for business; ::. '.

have always cut the price and always will Remember t.

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


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agruder"s Theatre

Here it Is Look it Over

An Extraordinary Broncho Feature in Two Big Reels Also a Heart interest Drama by the

"The Buried Past" 1aj estEntitled c Compars.y -

an exceptional story done in an exceedingly "The Pache's Sarifice"

fascinating way by the celebrated .
Fine Program of music by our Orchestra

Bronclio company 5c DON'T FORGET THE PRICE 5c

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Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's .
olumbia, S. C., Jan. 14.-Repre- Coal Yard,phone 566. 9-31-tf Osteopathic Physician
tatives of six Southern cities inter.
132 Orange Avenue W. M.
ed in horse shows met here today Now is the time to buy Manhattan SLEMONS
id completed plans for holding sev- Shirts. Semi-annual sale now on, at Next door to People's Bank,
|ral big shows during the season. Scruggs&Dickson. l-7-6t up-stairs. Acute and chron. i .

The State Federation of Labor,I Subscribe for the Sentinel and get ic diseases treated.Telephone t! New Goods Arriving DailyWe \
which was in session in Miami last the latest news. 578. I
week,has completed its labor and ad I ; ;
journed. The meeting was very successful
and harmonious. .
Everything is in readiness in Jacksonville -
for the entertainment of the sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
annual convention of the National January 12th to 17th InclusiveON .
League of Commission Men, which made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
convenes there this week. ---- : Bojs' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

Embroideries Voiles and other : Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
The Royal Venetian band engaged ,
under contract for the season by the & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
Wash Materials
St. Augustine chamber of commerce
will arrive in the Ancient City in a
few days to commence the season's 1IISSES.HUILTON & DUNN
engagement. .

I hereby give NOTICE notice that after Jan- Agents for Barclay Corsets ORANGE AVENUEBIftlmt
uary 9th I will not.be responsible for
any debts contracted by my wife,Mrs. McCalTs Patterns t Iltlll'lltt
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- JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi MANY SPEECHES MADE AT j,,ll I I I !,jell II i Ilpi lj'I'{ i ,N ,,,,I I, II rl I i { rf! I ,II{ Iry l{; I{ : u NN II'{ i;II{ Il ilfl ; N il I ; i iial t I ,I' I M' i I i
W. C. IGIu 'NI '' j I IINN I' { I r' N4"alI'I' N I N y i i S
T. MEETING 1I11j { j '
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, The W. C. T. U. held a most successful

campaign meeting yesterdayin =_

the lecture room of the Presbyterian -
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..i.J church, an ideal place for sucha -- --- --.
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meeting. At the --
appointed time --- - --

quite a number was present and the i = .

meeting opened by singing "A Sa- -_ i= 1
:' loonless Nation in 1920." Several -

f ', \: used times with during much the enthusiasm.Prof. day this song. was Ifei! CMstiaasYou : r{ ( { ( ;

McKinnon spoke on "Plans --= '

for Work." Among other things he will
need money for it. Begin saving a small
THESTATE said: "I think the best thing will be ;::=:

to continue work along your same ; =i amount cactI v/eck >in< our Christinas Savings Club.

r lines," etc. Rev. Metcalfe, of Kentucky

spoke on "Prayer a Power."

BAM New ideas were gained from his I 2c the first v/eck and 2c adOifi< > / .J 50

Scripture lesson, and again in the -- tlonal each succeeding' v/eck: |y\ .) J I '
1Y I
afternoon he urged those
present to gives you r V I
continue with the work with enthu

r of Orlando siasm.In _

the afternoon Dr. Stagg spokeat -- 5c the first v/eck and 5c addi-i tiitional ') t. 15

f 1893 I some length on "Prayer." He was = each; succeeding weak ; '\ 3: '

I followed by Mr. C. E. Howard on -= \ J' .w1 .
! gives you Wr
i'r '" "i : "Some of the Hidden Rocks." Things
, .. i. .? ... : .t'... .:
: we must look out for in our work for -1, _

LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE : a saloonless nation. Then came Dr.

White, with a splendid message tell- _
: ing us of his work in the great Northwest - =_
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CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING : and mentioning the fact of be'ing -

Judge Pollock's pastor, dosing
i .., ,
with of hundred
a poem one verses-
4i I but he gave us only one, "Go on, __ + _

: go on, go on, go on," etc. Amid a

',:- : shower of applause he sat down. He ti, _

,- I I was followed by DIr F. L. Seely, father f o woa9. , :'

,. of F. L. Seely, who was one time '

editor and publisher of the Georgian, .. _

!' of Atlanta. Mr. Seely spoke more -

I than once, urging us on in our work.
Several ladies spoke and it really

: seemed almost impossible to bring the

: meeting to a close. Miss Eliza Wright
gave us a splendid solo. Miss Wright

rm M.M m m m m m m m m m m . . . . .. . . is the only young lady belonging to .
our union. Mr. Will Branch accom
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saloonless Nation in 1920" the meeting I II:'i:'I,, { I I lllillli'lllii'Ii I h ', ICI i., :IIIIiIII{ lI'ir':I:NI;i!! :{'',!!ll'ry!! !"H ;!II! ' I ir' 'I II;''' rj -
Y DELIGHTFUL PARTY GIVE PICNIC PARTYOn I I I I' ; ; I lyp jj, l r'' i { ,'
closed with the W. C. T. U. ben I I I'IIIII.lm'Illlimm I, IIh' ,' {t'll I ,"I ai!I i' I'' i'' !' 'II'illl. i'l I'' 'I v;'
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ediction. Ilul,!i l ,, I 'm l !uIhIJ jllj IdI, I !I" I !! ;{!I ; ;' l I I{ I :I GI I I. { 'ill u I {I piH ,, 'I'u i it I I I ''I I',' ,
{ Last evening Mr. and Mrs. W. 'c. Wednesday of this week Mr. and REPORTER.

:McLean were hosts for a delightful Mrs. J. A. Hollenbeck, of Rockford,

party at their attractive home on Lib-III, entertained a party of friends at "A NEW TYPE OF CONVERSION;" I} j ; . .

erty street. Lake Lurna cottage, their winter LAST SERMON TONIGHT FC- .cCOIN

The guests spent the early part of[r home here.

F the evening in card playing, later be- After partaking of a sumptuous
Treating of this subject last nightat
ing entertained most charmingly by picnic dinner served by the hostessthe
the First
Baptist church, Dr. Tup-
Miss Dorothy Granniss, the lovely guests spent the afternoon pleas-
4 per contended that the day of revolutionary -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gran- antly walking through the
orange and convulsive changes of EVERY 'ONE
niss, whose artistic ability and graceful groves, enjoying the luscious fruit heart has almost passed and
mastery of the interpretativedances and admiring the beautiful
scenery there; has come the day of conversioncalm '
has already won for her much around the lake. of purchases from us will
intelligent and, therefore, pro 0 your you
praise. "Poppies, "Columbine" and All had their pictures taken by the
ductive of
beautiful character and
"Bird Play" were the dances given by host, who grouped them under the beneficent life. It is more now the find originality NOTHING over-
Miss Granniss, to the pleasure of the trees, their hands loaded with grape-
conversion of Melancthon than of
assembled guests, who delightedly fruit and oranges. Luther, of Origen than of Augustine. done but harmony and good .taste
watched each movement of the fair The guests were old neighbors of ,
And the reason of this is that the
dancer. Miss Roberta Branch played Mr. and Mrs. Hollenbeck and the most I
y world is becoming full of the glory of combined. Come and
for Miss Granniss, and later gave several of them have recently come from i see.
s God and thinking men can not resist .
t very pleasing piano solos, also Rockford to spend the winter in Or-
that glory. For centuries the churchof O
accompanying Mr. Lawton, who sang lando.
God has been devoting itself to the
two pretty selections. Among those present were Mrs.
production among men of a spiritual
Mrs. McLean was assisted by Mrs. Catherine Simpson, Mrs. Fuller and oALLEN
atmosphere which has been attractiveand
Abberger in serving sandwiches, cof- daughter, Frances, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- irresistible. God has used all 1 & CO Jewelers
fee and bon-bons. win Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pow-
this to
bring men under the influenceof
S The guests were Mrs. W. S. Branch, ell, also DIr and Mrs. John McQua- ,
His regenerating Spirit. What
?' Miss Branch, Mr.: and Mrs. J. B. Law- ters, formerly of Rockford, who now

;, ton, Miss Lawton, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. have a home at Rock lake near Or- eloquent the Christian preachers home of and righteousnessare the Christian Everything Gu anteed. Reliable Repairing

Lawton, Jr., Mrs. Abberger, Mrs. lando.
school and the Christian church
Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. Granniss, Miss Mr. Henry Dobson, who came south and the Christian Sabbath for man's : ; . .

Granniss, Miss Black, Mrs. Ferris, with Mr. Hollenbeck, and resides at .
physical, mental and spiritual well-
and Messrs. Cestia Lawton, Krivett, the cottage, helped to entertain the ,
being. And, then, we are realizing as ,
and Donald Granniss. party. LUCERNE 'I MMttMMIMIHIMIMMIMMMttMMHfMtMtttfm
never before that the kingdom of God,
larger than the church, touches all TONIGHTThe I
relations of life, an energy even more i' program
STRAW RIDEr MRS. COUCHAn than a system. Men as well as souls ter tonight includes an unusually interesting I l N rii
-- : w n
are being saved today. Society as and dramatic motion picture rJ
Expecting number friends from
impromptu but very delightful well as the individual is being re entitled, "The Buried Past .It is a I :

the North last night a straw riding birthday party was given Wednesdayby deemed. And yet back of all is the "Broncho" feature film and surpasses ', :

party made up of Jewish citizens met Mrs. George Nolan, in compliment enlightening, regenerating Spirit.Dr. any of their previous efforts. A thrill J :

the evening train from Jacksonville. to her mother, Mrs. M. H. Couch, of in every foot. Following this is a '
who will
All were clad in togs indicative of Senoia, Ga., and many friends gathered last ,sermon Tupper tonight, will speak preach on his"A very pathetic little drama depicting J, Has always been accepted in Orange County as the t

rural life; they rode in a wagon lined I to offer congratulations to the Gate of Opportunity for Every Man," the self-sacrifice of a noble.hearted' best to be obtained No one has ever complainedand

with hay and the vehicle was drawn honoree, who had reached her seven- priest for a child he loves, entitled
and every man in Orlando should will because trees the best
by four farm mules. The expected y-seventh; anniversary. hear it. "The Padre's Sacrifice." no oneever our are

visitors didn't arrive, but this didn't The drawing room of the Nolan Have you been to the Lucerne late- and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.

interfere with the ride which fol home was gay with poinsettia blossoms ) CHAS. CAMPBELL HOSTESS ly? The people of Orlando testifiedby

lowed. Mr. B. Salomon was the and the dining room prettily FOR SMALL PARTY a large attendance last night their Who ever heard of one untrue to name or. who

heavy weight of the party, while DIr decorated with pink roses and asparagus appreciation of Mr. Magruder's ef ever heard of an ignored claim?

H. Kanner was the mascot Mr. Stet fern. class motion pic-
Mrs. Chas. forts to give a high
ner and Miss Hattie Stetner, who The delicious birthday cake, the Campbell" prettily entertained ture entertainment at the lowest pos- We offer you first choice from the largest stockin X
at "Alabama, the home of Mr.
have apartments at the Greylynn, ice-cream, mints and bon-bons all sible The pictures shown last
carried and Mrs. W. P. Watson, on Wednesday price. the world for this season's planting and your success -
were at the train to meet Mr. Stet- out a dainty color scheme of pink night were unusually fine and had the

ner's son, who arrived from New Haven and white, and was much enjoyed by her guests being Mesdames Wm. unqualified approval of all who saw with our stock is already assured when your
Lege, T. 0. Brown, Wm. Green, W. P.
and they joined the merry party. all who were present at the happy Watson, Dunn, Chalfant, Sturgeon, them. Don't forget the price-it's grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per

WEEKLY MEETING\ OF ROUNDTABLE affair. Forin, Dane, Robertson, S. A. Robinson five cents to all. sonal inspection of your land when requested on any

Lewis, Hutchess, Rossiter, of{ Suitable discountsto
planting trees or more.
AT UNITY CHAPELOn AT THE ORLANDO OPERA HOUSE Wright, and Miss Holt The Confederate ball is given for 300

A number of the the benefit of the veterans' home in I planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best
guests played
Wednesday evening the "RoundTable" Always welcome' always enjoyable, "five hundred," others bridge Mrs. Jacksonville. Help a good cause and II of everything and O. W. Conner behind it all. '
held its weekly session in every season an all new company who have a good time all at once. The

Unity Chapel, and the program, which among us will not be glad to hear and Chalfant winning a handsome deck of opportunity comes rarely. Tuesday i 1,
cards as prize in the latter
was one of unusual interest, includedan see that jolly minstrel band, Joe Co- game. evening .next at the armory. / ,I
Dainty refreshments
introductory talk by Miss Gordon, burn and his Greater Minstrels? It were ADDRESS
by the hostess.PLEASANT .
her subject being "Utopian Socia- is an annual event, a laughing musical TURKEY SUPPER 3

ism;" a talk by Miss Hainer; a review treat. This season the ensemble Will be served by the Methodist"

of Plato's "Republic" by Miss opening number is entitled "Jolly CARD PARTY AT THE Ladies' Aid Society, Saturday night,i

Branham, and a review of Moore's Jack Tars at Play," showing a deck ROSALIND CLUB January 17, from 5:30 to 10 o'clock, in I
the Granniss building, opposite the
"Utopia" by Mrs. J. C. Howell. view of an American man o' war, with Thursday afternoon was observed Grand theater. Price 50c. 1143tl'OTICE I

our sailors, officers, marines and, at the Rosalind club with a pleasant ,

TOURNAMENT: AT THE COUNTRY dandy, dancing darkies, correctly nd l card party, quite a number participating 23 Fla. '
Dept. Tangerine .
CLUB characteristically costumed in gala attire . in the games. All persons having goods stored ,

and giving a genuine old fas h. The prizes were especially dainty, with the ate Jacob Shanibarger, at' 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ,..

On Saturday, January 17th, the ioned musical minstrel performance.It ,, and were won by Miss Mary Lee 10 East Church street, Orlando before, are j
hereby notified to remove same
Country Club will hold an 18-hole is a unique idea, an all new company . Drennen, Mrs. LeRoy Giles, and Mrs. February 1st, or they will be sold for

handicap event to make up two teamsto a guaranteed attraction. Don't; Lee Miller. storage.P. LIVING PICTURES ROLLINSIINSTRELS

represent the club in all matches. forget the date-January 19th at the A salad course, prettily served by M. SHANIBARGER, Adm'r., Music lovers of Orlando will be gladto

Eight players will constitute the number Orlando opera house. Seats now on I the hospitality committee, Mrs. G. H. 114.1w Pine Castle, Fla. company know that the Living all the Piceures songs which will ac-be An up-to-date the students minstrel at show will be
given by Rollins
in each team and the gross. sale. Edwards, Miss Ray, Mrs. Munkittrick, W. T. ENTRICAN sung by Mrs. W. L Palmer, Mr. Wal on the evening of January 17th College -

scores Saturday will be used to determine Mrs. James Laughlin III., Miss Offers to Orlando the newest and best ter Drennen and Mr. Forrest Dabney 1.16-tf at 8:15 o'clock, for benefit of Rollins -

position of players. All members The Grand orchestra will play foi. Mary Robinson and Mrs, Merle DIcEIn of workmanship in the painting and Carr. Athletic Association. The price of

are requested to be on hand itpossible. the Confederate ball Tuesday eve *. roy, was enjoyed at. the close of the decorating trade. Phone 636. admission will be only 35 centsl133t .t

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