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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 18, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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GREAT MIDWINTER SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME.

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


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VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 1914. NUMBER 293.

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3 PENNSYLVANIA l V I IS REPORTED OPPOSED[ BV B r PRESIDENT t WILSON N


THOUGH NO CANDIDATES HAVE MOYER AND OTHERS WHO HAVE .

MADE INTENTIONS KNOWN LEFT JURISDICTION OF THE I -

IG LINE SEEKS 9 DIRECT j ANOTHER[ NR\ ACCIDENT[ AT TIME IS NOT LONG TILL STATE WILL BE EXTRADITED MAYOR Y R SPERRY[ AFTER[ LOOSE'l [ r .WILL ASK SUPPLEMENTAL


SERVICE TO PANAMA COAST LINE STATION CANVASS WILL BEGIN -AT ONCE / CATTLE AND CANINES[ LEGISLATION TO MAKE

CANAL ZONE "Not if I know myself," said the Houghton Mich., Jan. 17.-Special ACT STRONGER
)
Honorable S. A. Robinson representative Prosecutor Nichols, in charge of the
Official Cow Herder and Catcherto
Engineer on Southbound Train Saves Dog
from Orange county in the last grand jury investigating the strike
Clear the Streets of
Life of Man by Prompt Ap-
legislature, when asked if he would violence cases growing out of the recent -
to CHANGE IN NAME plication of Brakes All Animals PRISON FOR VIOLATORSWILL
stand for another term. labor troubles in the copper

T "No he continued, "it is not be- country, announced tonight that an
Only by the prompt application of Mayor Sperry has issued instruc-

SAID TO HAVE the air brakes which brought the en- cause the service is not agreeable to effort would be made to bring back tions to the chief of police to clear RECOMMEND THAT PERSONAL .
ORED DEAL. but I believe in rotation. I have Moyer, Mahoney and other officers ,
,
me
the cattle and
gine on train 91 to a standstill witha streets of wandering GUILT BE PUNISHED
JEEN LET OUT BY HIGH jerk was the life of a man named been honored with two terms in the and members of the executive Jboard j M'I dogs that haven't a license tag. I
OF FLAGLER legislature, and I think it only right indicted here, but who are outside the BY SENTENCES OF IMPRISONMENT -
OFFICIAL Taylor saved at the Coast Line station I' As a result of the order as to cattle
SYSTEM when the southbound ,rolled into for me to retire in the favor of some state. I the city pound was filled with the animals -I NOT BY FINES
Nichols said that the fugitives
I Attorney -
Orlando at 1:19 yesterday afternoon. one else. I yesterday, and it cost the owners -
would first be notified by telegraph Special to the Sentinel.Washington .
sale of the Floridat Mr. Robinson asked if he knewof dollar each theM but
[he reported This was the third near accident was of their indictment and I I a to recover I Jan. 17.-President
Coast railroad to the Pennsyl- identical in character to occur at the any possible candidates for representative request the dog order has not been made effective r Wilson today outlined his trust legis-
would be made that return and
|ia ,is told in the Jacksonville. Newser station during the past few weeks.In but said he knew of none. stand trial. If they they fail to respond, yet, and the dog catcher has]lation plans to his cabinet, and it

a scare head.The former instances it was an aged "I hope that Mr. J. H. Sadler, of Oak- jet to get in his activities. met with their approval.The .
efforts to extradite them will be
acquisition of the Florida East man at one time and a' small boy at ,land, will agree to make the race from made. I "The town is full of worthless curs," president's trust message is

last would give the Pennsylvania another who attempted to cross the the western section of the county." 'said the mayor, "and I'm going to expected by congress Monday, and
Thirty-three arrests so far have
neatest rail connection to the tracks in front of the moving locomo- The division of Orange county will been made result of the indict- ; get rid of them somehow. I've told will blaze the way for anti-trust legislation
as a
anama canal by several hundred tive and each time it was the appli not affect the county's representation the chief to appoint a dog catcher if which is to be framed by

piles, with magnificent depths for export cation of the emergency brakes that, in the house, and there will still be ments. \ I necessary to rid the streets of this Democrats and is expected to insure

docks at Jacksonville and Key prevented a horrible catastrophe.The two members to elect. Who those two nuisance. the passage of such measures before

(West and strong possibilities at Mi- man who made the attempt; will be is yet a matter of vague con- WilD SIRS[[ IN MIAMI STREETS[ l "The question of loose cows is also the close of the present session.

'atni i, says the News. yesterday started out from the Law jecture, for no ambitious person has serious one. I doij't think that a The message will contain a warning

These facts are readily coupled in rence house on the west side of the: loomed up as a positive, or even pos- CAUSE f CONSTERNATION !1 penalty of one dollar a head is enough. against amendments to the Shermanact

a way to make the reported sale of railroad as the train was approaching " sible candidate. The mention of Mr. i I' Some owners turn their cows loosevon because of the certainty that such

the East Coast appear not only very I the station. He was with a com.. Sadler's name brings to notice a citizen the streets at night for the purposeof action would be followed by long lit-

plausible, but an end to be very much panion, who put a restraining hand[ who is well qualified and who Broke Out of Enclosure and\ Are allowing them to browse around I Ii i igation to get judicial construction;

desired by the Pennsylvania, which upon him when he saw that he intended -I'would undoubtedly poll a large vote Killed by Policeman After I and make their living, and I have had he will insist that the act be clarified -

has no line nearer than Washington.Both to cross the tracks; but i ir 1 against any opposition that might bee Exciting Chase I'i numerous complaints that they have I I and strengthened by supplementalacts.

systems are now in excellent spite of this warning and that of brought out. But it isn't known that Two 'been, making depredations on the ex- .

financial shape. watchman who stood nearby, Tayloi.I he is even remotely thinking of make :Miami, Fla., Jan. 17.- wild or : pensive ornamental shrubbery of out I He will ask that congress pass a

The definite statement that the hurried his steps and the engine! ing the race. There have been no excited steers that escaped from the beautiful lawns and yard The pay- law providing that found
persons
East Coast has been taken over by the missed him by only a few inchesIf .j'other suggestions, though the political pen at the terminal dock yard while ment of one dollar is not sufficient I guilty of violating the law against
has been made to the it hadn't been for the being unloaded, created much' excite- for the who has
Pennsylvania timely application prophets haven't yet gathered in punishment man no monopoly and restraint of trade be
News by more than one reliable finan- of the brakes he would have 1 conclave to discuss the subject. ment in that vicinity, gored a horse, more consideration for the propertyof I liable to personal penalties instead of
but in each instance been crushed. trampled a child and had things pret- others and the of the
,
cier and business man I I appearance civil
I While this is an off year political. penaltiies, and that penitentiaryand
the informant would not allow The city commissioners have beer ty much theirown way until rounded town than to wantonly allow his cattle -
jly, there are several offices to be jail terms instead of nominal fines
his name to be used. considering informally the problerr [filled. The tax collector, tax assessor, up and killed by Police Sergeant i, to go loose on the streets of the be imposed.The .
It was stated that when the 'deal which the situation at the station of- I Doane. town in this manner. I shouldn't be
sheriff, treasurer and supervisor of president will also ask for a
was closed the stipulation was made fers. They have been able to reach The animals belonged to a herd surprised if the commission raised law
registration to be preventing interlocking directo-
are nominated in 'I'
would elapse before that had been shipped in for beef I in favor of mak-
that five 'years no conclusion as to what steps to take this penalty. am under
rates
the June primary. The present in- penalties providing personal -
SCl the facts would be made known, dur- to protect people from their own in- purposes, and immediately with their ing it more severe." )
combents will be candidates to suc- punishment, and that individ-
/ which time ,the railroad would discretion. The physical conditionsare escape from the pen charged out1 of I
ing ceed themselves uals be not permitted to .
and act directors
( as yet there has as
r' to' be operated as the "Flag- such that matters would be the yard and up the street. Pedes- ,
rem-
continue :been no talk of opposition. in WANTS STATES TO PAY BACK K KTHBR of industrials which compete in
ler System." edied little by' having the station I trians sought refuge any place
\ It was remarked by one of the II any way or which should compete. In
in
E The fact that the Pennsylvania has premises enclosed. It is likely that available, some going up trees order -
I! this
and freight will automatic court house sages yesterday that if to escape the onslaught of the BORROWED[ MONEY[{ connection there will be a sug-
recently opened passenger they cause an guard
the didn't gestion for legislation
registration gather volume providing for
offices in Jacksonville, 'Atlanta and to be placed on each side of the cross-I I bovines. I
faster than the first two weeks had price fixing agreements, formal or in-
chased in and out
The beasts yards
cities adds strength to to fall bar the I
bther Southern ing, as a across streets i Representative Frank Clark Intro- formal
i shown that there wouldn't be much through so-called gentlemen'sagreements
r the belief, that the great system has on either side when trains are enter-j of yards, everything and everybody duces Resolution Which Arouses
of a primary for anything. Less than and a division of trade
acquired control of the famous Flor- ing the station.. It is regarded as more I II beating a hasty retreat. Master John Much Interest
two hundred voters in the two Or- territory.
Shafer Edith Cooley and Earl Mi-
,
ida road. than probable that unless some such
k East Coast .'lando precincts have registered, 180 zelle, children, played in the yard of With his message launched the
The acquirement of the precaution is 'taken'some one even-,
to be exact 104 from No. Washington, Jan. 17.Representative president will take his for
; precinct 1, Seventh street be- up plans
would L. A. Cooley on ,
System will be seriously hurt if
Pennsylvania tually not
the ,
by Frank Clark is prodding the rural credits
i deal to and 76 from precinct No. 2. No ef tween Avenue B and Boulevard, when legislation designed to
undoubtedly mean a great killed. fort'has been made to keep the I I states that borrowed large sums from give the farmers easier and better
and all Florida, for the reg- one of the steers charged into the
b Jacksonville the federal government away back in banking facilities.
istration books at His
f open night once a message on
and Pennsylvania busiest transportation is perhaps the system largest in BANDIT WHO FIELD[ UP TRAIN IN week, as required by law, for there I I premises.John Shafer took refuge under'Mr. 1836, and which, on account of a this subject is expected to follow the

has been demand for it shortness of memory, have failed to trust message within short
: no and besides -j Cooley's automobile while Edith Coo- a period.

4S, the world. would the traffic resulting GEORGIA T TAKEN[ BY PONCE t the court house is locked at ley climbed into the car, but Earl pay back the loans into the federal
Not only
v He has introduced the following -
; from the operation of the Panama night and there seems no cause to Mizelle, a five-year-old tote did not treasury.resolutions: UCUIS[ [ INSPECTOR p[ Will START ON .
( but 1 keep it open in view of the little interest have time to and was knocked
sts # canal mean millions to the state, Officers Believe Have Bad Man escape the of
They taken in the registration.There down and trampled by the animal. "Resolved, That secretary OSFIMIUMIMr. [[ f[
the active interest of the great system Wanted for Many Previous the treasury be, and he is hereby, directed -
has been talk of the
some One side of his face was badly lace-
would result in an era of agricultural Criminal Acts furnish the .
to house with a J. P. Cawood, who was recently
industrial development that county committee taking steps to rated and' a hand mashed. His inju- .
and statement showing the following appointed the
by commissioners
the voters to attend to this county -
arouse I
ries, are serious, but not fatal.
'r dreamed of in the past. ,
.. M has only been Atlanta Ga. Jan. 17.-Local facts: to make an inspection of the
.y, police duty. It is likely that a circular let In the meantime, stockmen were
4 1 The increasing population and agricultural today expressed confidence that the ter will be issued to the voters urg- busy trying to round up the infuri- "First. What amount of money, if places of business being conducted in

output of the entire East man they arrested last night and who ing upon them the necessity visit- ated animals and get them back in any, belonging to the United States the county to se eif any were not fortified

;fz Coast has made it evident for sometime now is in jail here is the bandit who ing the registration offices during the the corral, but without avail. Mr. was deposited with the treasurers of with the proper license, will begin .

4E ,past that the rail line to Miami, early last night terrorized passengers next few weeks and getting their Feaster, manager of the firm Importing the different states of the Union in his rounds through the county

at least, would have to be doubleS on a southbound Western & Atlantic names entered upon the books, for the cattle, rode too close to one the year eighteen hundred and thirtysix about the first of February. Mr. Ca

tracked, and it.is well known that the passenger train near here and robbed otherwise they will not be permittedto of the steers, with the result that his and what portion of such money wood will make his rounds with Tax

Pennsylvania could finance such work them of several hundred dollars. The vote in the primary. Many other- horse was gored and an ugly wound has been returned to the United Assessor Butt. Mr. Butt expects to

without difficulty. In fact, there is prisoner, who was captured near the wise well informed men seem to be inflicted in its side. States by such states, respectively,, attend the meeting of assessors to be

no limit to what the Pennsylvania scene of the hold-up, gave his nameas entirely ignorant of the passage of Finding they could do nothing with and what amount of money, if any, is held in Jacksonville February 2, and

x h can do in the matter of developing a John Jones and said he lived in At- the law requiring a new registration.No the two steers, the police were called still due and owing to the governmentby when he returns lie will start on his

Z' t state or section when conditions war- lanta. The police, however, claim that reports have been received con- and finally, with their aid, the each of such states. I travels over the county to make as-

4 rant an immediate and broad work. his name is James Nolan, of Des cerning the registration in the coun animals upon were driven to a point where "Second. What, if any, effort has sessments. In the meantime Mr. Ca

The unlimited possibilities of Florida Moines, Ia., and insist that if he did try precincts, but it is assumed thatit they were shot and killed. ever been made to collect any of such wood will devote his attention to the
sufficient to support a from the said states by the city. He is authorized to
; i are almost not actually rob the passengers, he has been proportionately small. money report automobiles -

f C: great system. played a prominent part in the hold- Nobody at Taft precinct seems to government. not carrying license tags.

b- I It is understood that a high official up. want the job of district officer, and DANGEROUS[ ROOK ARRESTED[ [ INiJA r rACSONYI11E "Third. Whether any of the statesof With all the notice that has been giv-

t4l of the East Coast, who does not live Jones or Nolan was captured near the place made vacant by the resignation the Union are due the United en it would seem that Mr. Cawood

Li in Florida, stated while visiting the Bolton, Ga., at which place the bandit of H. C. Hammond has not been ] KHad States any sum or sums of money, would have little to do, but it nearly

state that the deal had been closed, left the train after engaging in a pis- filled. how much each state, respectively, is always happens that there are numerous -

and the same information is..declaredto tol duel with Carl C. Heard, county due, and when and how each state be- delinquents in spite of the

g have "leaked out" from a less im policeman, who was a passenger, and Choked Mrs. Leake in Attemptto came so indebted. If any state dis- warnings that are given, and it will

portant but equally reliable source. who was slightly wounded during the MEXICAN:I GENERAL[ [ ROJAS ARRESTED ON Rob and Was IdentifiedBy putes the indebtedness claimed by the cost them in addition to the license

6 encounter. The man when arrested Her ;government, then state the facts in fee twice the sum in the way of pen-
t TRAIN IN nXAS TOWN
told the police that he was a carpen- detail relating to such alleged indebt- alty.

ARMY BOARD RECOMMENDS[ [ GREAT APM ter and had gone to Bolton in searchof Special to the SentinelEl Special to the SentinelJacksonville Fla. Jan. 17.-Samuel edness."

PROPRIATION fOR WATERWAY6pedtl work. He claimed to know nothingof Paso, Jan. 17.-General Rojas, F. Scher, in jail here accused of POSTMASTERS APOINTED FOR
the robbery and no trace of SUSPENDS PART OF FLORIDA
PENSACOLA
!: prop- a federal volunteer leader, was ar' strangling Mrs. W. B. Leake,.wife ofa

to the Sentinel erty taken from the passengers was rested today on a sleeping car at Del prominent business man, in her EMPLOYES Washington, Jan. 17.-The following

Washington, Jan.. 17.-A great in- found in his possession. He was Rio, Texas, on charge of violatingthe home in the heart of the city and Pensacola, Jan. 17.Twentyfive Florida postoffice appointmentshave

>i'land' waterway costing $3,000,000, to locked up as a suspect. neutrality laws. Rojas escapedinto robbing her of a $1,000 diamond city employes, members of the police, just been announced:'

.t extend from Florida to the Rio Grande J the United States from Ojinaga brooch is said to be wanted in Wash- fire and sewer departments, were sus- Juniper, Gadsden county, Edwin G.

< 1 t river along the gulf coast, was urged THE WEATHER after the capture of the city a week ington, New York, Rochester, Toronto pended for a period of fifteen days to- Goodson.

z upon congress today by the board of ago by the rebels. When arrested he and Chicago for similar robberies. day, the men of these departments. Limona, Hillsborough county, Rob-

i'x army engineers. This waterway is Florida: Fair Sunday; colder in denied his identity, but later admitted The police say he is a noted crook drawing lots to see who would layoff ert C. Delbridge.

'' to link with the proposed waterway north portion. Monday fair; mod- that he\was the man wanted. With He has been identified by Mrs. Leakeas under the city commission's newly Nash, Jefferson county, Delia J.

beginning at Boston. erate north winds. his arrest, and that of Salazar at a man that robbed her houseof evolved economy plan. Fifteen days Ritter.

Sanderson yesterday, the only other valuable jewelry. The police recovered from date the men who were laid off Odessa, Pasco county, Lloyd J. Mat. i

i : The Grand orchestra will 'play for Tennis racquets, $1.25 to $5.00. leaders of the volunteer forces in $5,000 loot in his rooms. He today will be reinstated and there. lock.Bed

/the Confederate ball Tuesday evening Wright &. Ditson tennis balls 50 cents. northern Mexico not accounted for has letters indicating his connectionwith will be another drawing by the re- Rock, Santa Rosa county, Wil-
r
: January 20. Curtis & O'Neal, next postoffice. are Orozco and Caravo. other men of like character. maining men. liam P. Eaden.y .

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mary is to be held in June, it wouldbe ,
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wise for all candidates, as well as .

citizens, to familiarize themselveswith OLIVE OIL '

the provisions of the law passed M ONTGOMERY
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by the last legislature limiting and

regulating campaign exp2iihtue.5. Price 50c. per Pint
Gov. Park Trammell is the author of $1.00 per Quart
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this measure, and it is by far one of $3.50 per Gallon

the most rigid corrupt practice laws Grand TheatreDaniel

in force in any state in the Union. I LISTEN !

Some of the important provisions of

the law are as follows: Housewives, if you use Olive Oil either for Frohman
presents James K. Hackett
First-The amount which a candi- salads, cooking or medicinal use, you want the best imported -

date for a state or county office can oil, the kind that has the sweet, nutty taste. In

expend of his own funds or funds making up your grocery order, remember, we deliver The Prisoner of ZendaA
contributed is limited to the sum fixed goods to your door.DeLANEY.

by the law.SecondA.
candidate can not make Dramatic: Masterpiece of Romance and Adventure. A photo play in four

expenditures. except for the following ABERNETHY parts lasting one hour. In as much as this picture can be shown but one day for

purposes: the convenience of our patrons we announce the following schedule. Picture will

For his traveling expenses while Druggists, commence promprly at, afternopn, 3:35: 4:55. Evening, 6:10, 7:30 and 8'55
campaigning, fee for qualifying, Orlando, FloridaMMiMIIIMimiiilMietililMIIMtHMIMMIillll
stenographic work, clerks at his campaign -
headquarters to address, pre- In addition to this photo play t

pare and mail campaign literature,

telegrams, telephone, postage, freight, '1'1""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIII IIIII" THE HODGES BROS. AND ROSSThe
list of of-
express, stationery, voters,

vertising fice rent, in newspaper campaign advertising book, printingand ad- ORLANDO O OPERA[ HOUSE O [ greatest Metropolitan' Singing and Comedy Trio on the

the renting of halls in which to stage, appear at every performance in New Songs and Comedy.
address the voters. Expenditures for
Positively "A RIOT" everywhere
any"other purposes are prohibited.
Third-No candidate or private citizen Jan. 19tli

shall employ or offer to employ Mr. Comely has arranged special Music for the photo play

campaign workers, or campaign t
J. A. COBURN'SGREATER
speakers, nor shall any loans, gifts or -,
rewards be made by either to influ-

ence a voter.FourthNo. Prices Children
15c Adults 25c
person shall solicit, receive .

or accept any pay, gift, reward, MINSTRELSPresenting H .
loan, money, salary, contribution or .
thing of value, for services, loss of .'IIII/III.41.1'141.411'. . .?.'.!f.I.f.!'M. .".IIIOIIIIII. ...... ..IIIII'. ., III, III liD I"III MMMiBMMM'I" " " '"

time or for expenses, in considerationof an all white company. Everything new--

his vote or any service he may Every season. Beautiful Ensemble Spectacle. (A

render for or against a candidate. Gala Night Aboard a Battleship.) For Economy and pUt


himself Fifth-No, in furtherance person, not of a or candidate in oppo- "Jolly Jack Tars at Play"Splendid WRIGHT REALTY & S613DCO chase power of your mon]

sition to the candidacy of any person: Scenic Production of a Modern American FOR REAL ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's" Farm
shall give, loan, expend, contribute or
and the who them. :
Dreadnaught men man
promise to give, pay, loan, expend or Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
The Great Big FunShow and all that s new in Minstreky Florida .
contribute any money or other thingof Orlando
Male Choir. Unexcelled bulk. "Motto"
value for any purpose whatever; Splendid Sparkling Comedy Quantityand

provided, personal services and per- Dancing. High-Class Minstrel Vaudeville. Quality.Fresh

sonal traveling expenses may be con- THE SHOW YOU KNOW .

tributed; and provided that campaign Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
BAND CONCERT DAILY/
contributions made direct to the can- PARADE AND cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

didate or his campaign headquartersmay 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
be made and accounted for in the 5075I.OO.WMMMHHMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMIIM. '
cents pint.
sworn statements required of candi-
dates. ,. _ ____ Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered Express,

Sixth-AU campaign literature shall similar reports with the secretary of Register for the June primaries. I (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
have the name of the author therein.
:
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Seventh-All political advertise- state.
Fourteenth-The word "candidate"in
ments appearing in newspapers shall I
be marked "paid advertisement." this act is defined as meaning any FIRE INSURANCE
who has announced to any per-
person
Eighth-It is unlawful for any can-
son, or to the public that heis a candidate -!
didate or other person to publish an
for a certain office. After so
attack against a candidate within
each candidate should, un- .
eighteen ((18)) days of the primary, announcing Efto Success.JAHSEM
unless a copy thereof is personally der the law, keep an accurate itemized CITYAtID me .

the statement of his campaign expenses. e0uHTRYREALFS1ATQREE
served on candidate against whom ,
the attack is made at least eighteen Fifteenth-Persons other than can-
who violate this law shall be
didates
(18)) days before the primary.
punished by a fine of as much as load ,
Ninth-It is unlawful for any can- Just arrived/car
twelve months' imprisonment IMPROVED ANDUmnpRovE
$1,000, or tGTARY
didate or other person to give or
promise to give a newspaper publisher or both such fine %and imprisonment FORDS forjl 1 immediate -. ORLON D 0 OBLic

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anything of value as an induce- FLORIDA.
Candidates who violate the law are delivery.Get .
.
ment for the support of his paper.It
subject to the same penalty and in ad-
is unlawful for the publisher to so- .
dition their names shall not be printed yours now.F. .
licit or accept the same. upon the primary ticket, or the j OHice in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite Sao Joan Hotel
Tenth-When a newspaper assails
election ticket, and in the RUSH
the personal character of a candidateor general G. ,
event the crime is not discovered until
attacks his official record or gives Phone 226
after the election, commissionshall
no
another free space in which to do so,
be issued to the offender if he
the party attacked is 'entitled to an
elected. If he into office ElectricallyEquipped
was gets
equal amount of space in said paper, 1 1beore
the of the crime,I ./M
discovery
without make his !
charge; to reply. r I
Eleventh-Candidates and other h'shall then, upon discovery of the o .r
offense, be removed or impeached.
from furnishing
persons are prohibited -

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NOTICE (
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value, to be used for any purpose pro- All persons having goods stored I
hibited by the act. with the late Jacob Shanibarger, at : 1
10 East Church street, Orlando, are
Twelfth-It is the duty of the grand
hereby notified to remove same before
jury of each county to make diligent February 1st, or they will be sold for

inquiry as to whether or not this law storage.P. .
M. SHANIBARGER, Adm'r.,
has been violated. Two.Sixty Standard Model
M4-lw Pine Castle, Fla. The greatest motorcycle Vila
Thirteenth-Candidates for county ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
equipped with Electric Head LUht.Electric Tail Lifht.Electric Situ
offices to file with the
are required Two Seta Stonie Batteries and Corbin.Brown Reu.Driv. .
ball is for IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.lllfTHEMARKET Speedometer.
The Confederate given ., .
clerk of the circuit court detailed erica$260.00. See Catalog for detailed description.MOTOCYCLES'.
the benefit of. the veterans' home in
itemized statements of campaign expenditures -
Jacksonville. Help a good cause and
and contributions. One c({
have a good time all at once. The :
statement to be filed not more than
opportunity comes rarely. Tuesday '
thirty days nor less than twenty-five eJ1lUlU111
FOR 1914
evening next at the armory.
days prior to the primary; one statement
Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
not more than twelve days nor
60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian t
less than NOTICE
eight days prior to the primary -
trails during the
coming year-the greatest motorcycle produce
also a statement shall be made I hereby give notice that after January AND SALT MEATS tion in the history of the industry. .
within ten days after the primary.The 9th I will not be responsible foi ,
candidates for national and state any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs, FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty.Eight Better-
Helen Gwynne. t ments for 19141" ,Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
offices to make and file
are requested
Ml-tf WYNDOM P. GWYNNE. Kept under the best sanitary conditions. Equipment! Armed with New Standard of Value which must

completely overturn all existing ideas,of motorcycle worth.
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
IMMMMMMMMMHIMMIIIMMMMMMMMMMMMFOR All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric

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

House block from The PARLOR MARKET The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of:

one 4 H.P. Single Service Model.............................$200.00
' 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twentr-Five, Regular Model......... 225.00 r
Lucerne Circle. 1 H.P Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00
H. M. Self & Co. .. 1 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00
: 1 H.P. Twia Two Speed, Regular Model................. 215.00
I PINE STREET 1 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
Helen Wright Owner 7 H.P.Twin Headee Special Model(with Electrio Starter) 325.00

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PAS OF FLORIDA more awnings, or other contraptions
which are supported by pillars from

the sidewalk and which appropriate
(From the Gainesville Sun)
addition to the building,
space as an
The Lake county school fair will
will be permitted to be constructed in
be an attraction at Tavares the latter
the of Mami."
city
part of this month.

The left foot of little Thomas C
The supreme court of Florida has
rendered a decision validating the to, four years old, was amputated bya
in the Halcyon hospital,
surgeon
commission form of government for
Lakeland. Tampa, Sunday afternoon The child
was injured by a street car a few

hours prior to the operation.
George W. Mixer, aged 65, one of

Lawtey's pioneer citizens, died Sun
(From the Gainesville Sun)
day morning His early life was
The members of the Junior Hunting
spent as a sailor and in the navy
dub, a Louisville, Ky., organization, +
which owns about 25,000 acres of land
Mrs. M. T. Waters has instituted
in the eastern part of Marion county,
a suit for $20,000 damages against
have arrived for a week's hunt
the Pensacola sanitarium. She alleges ..- Po r.-' ,. e.." .. '_ e
personal injuries while in the ; .L :V t. :i w.>+ '. 's":
The plans for a new school building
hospital. at Arcadia have been accepted by the .

trustees of the district and the school
Seven fire alarms were responded board. A $75,000 bond issue was

to Sunday by the Jacksonville fire, voted to cover the expense of contemplated

men. Nose, the blazes was serious, improvements."Hub" r- s+ 6a Y""a, r: K itA'i'M'4 SLY i, -
so well (id the department perform

its Allen, who for a number of :
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of the best known editors era
years was one r
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y has let a contract to the in west Florida, died m Los

]rary company of Atlanta Angeles, Tex., last Saturday. He C +' b v. 3rY i Y ,
e.'. em' 4F 4 j. yFe
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action of a sewer system went to Texas several months ago

f excavating was begun sev- thinking the change would prove ben .-%'.F .+. $'e s?'+3,.. ++ .d::.
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ago. eficial.
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jceipts of fish at Pensacola The Gaspanlla carnival to be held sy ,. 4Y. s.c tt M +4a+ il'D+.R.L i." 4'r k 4

showed a decrease over the in Tampa next month is to be a 3 'j .. + bt i
'1.Y p.na 45i= --I ,
three weeks. Only 142,570 unique affair and it is the wish of the r$ -'a.76 4.M 7.+ k i r Lwi 't n

f! snapper and 59,235 pounds promoters that every town in the

ber were recorded. state from Ocala and Sanford south

participate in the celebration. The

residence of Mrs. George Wolfelenny purpose of the carnival is to advertise When the grist mill of W. H. Walker struction and improvement of public pounds. During the same week Mr. siderable argument between the men

was destroyed by fire Tampa and south Florida. The big was started to running at the place highways and the bridges." Mickler killed a fine buck deer. All of the company and the women, the

iday. The building and con- parade of floats, each of which will of the owner, on Telogia creek, near of the huntsmen are proud of the club women called their husbands. A

ere valued at $3,000, half of represent a flower, will be the main Bristol, the rocks began to slip. The week's sport and report a very enjoy general fight then started, clubs,

ras covered by insurance. feature. operator being unable to adjust them, A hunting party composed of Hon. able trip. Brooksville Argus. chairs, stones and fists being used by

the mill was taken down and a wild Harry C. Mickler, county treasurer, both sides. After several minutes,
f1. Gross, office deputy for Sher- Fred Owens had a very narrow escape cat was found partly ground to pieces.It G. 0. Powell, Hon. J. C. Law, tax officers appeared on the scene and arrested -
the ostrich farm collector of Hernando county, and Billy Watson is dying and several
L Smith of Volusia county, from death at is supposed that the animal was three of the leaders, which restored -
suddenly at his home in DeLand in Jacksonville Sunday while attempt attracted by the rats which abound son, Wilbur, had much success on other men are seriously wounded as order. The women then
ascension. their recent hunt They went to the result of free-for-all fight
'week. Apoplexy was the cause. ing his customary balloon around such places. a a grow mopped up the blood from the floor
remains were sent to his old The "cannon," in which lay his body scrub near Coonwallow Monday of''ing out of a conflict of arrangements and held their reception. Miami

fe, Lexington, Ky. and which was attached to the bal I last week and returned to the city,by the Woman's Industrial club and Note in St Petersburg Independent
loon broke from its fastening as The Punta Gorda Herald says: Friday of last week. On Tuesday'a land development company in Detroit

proposed division of Dade county young Owens was going up, but luck "Good roads for this section and the morning of last week Wilbur killed', 30 miles south of Miami. Three
a greater number of voting pre- ily he had ascended only 50 feet This whole of this southern portion of De- his first bear. He is probably the'of the leaders in the fight are under Good authority says that the financial
situation is to be "easier"in
ts, made necessary under the Bry- young dare-devil came near losing his Soto county now seem assured. In youngest person in the state of Florida arrest and others will probably be arrested going
about fifteen Are all creditors
election law, was under discussion life in Gainesville last August when, Tuesday's election, held specially for that has killed a bear. He is only today The development com days.

the county commissioners at their during an ascension, his body came the purpose, a substantial majority ((13 years of age and feels very proud pany had arranged to use the town convinced?

ithly meeting in Miami Wednes- in contact with the branches of a was given in favor of the proposition of his achievement The bear was a hall of Detroit for a meeting and the

Nothing but the exchange oas f lofty pine tree. The parachute ropes for the creation of a special road and female and weighed about 350 pounds. Woman's Industrial club had prepared If you want to sell, advertise. If

on the subject was definitely broke, but the umbrella opened in bridge district and the issuance of,On the same day Mr. Mickler killed a for a reception to be held in the same you want to buy, read the advertise '

e. time to break the fall $200,000 worth of bonds for the con- cub bear that weighed about 75 place at the same timefl. After con. ments in the Sentinel.


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;fir bearing, than there ever can be in buying a seedling grove already in bearing citation of individual box or individual shipment returns Of other varie-
1 whose product comes directly into competition with countless thousands ties. We have received as high as $12.50 per box for Conner Prolific Grape'

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fruit that sells slowly at ordinary prices. If you already own a seedling grove apply, and has applied, was when we sold this fruit in car loads at $3.00 to
f should protect yourself by adding new acreage of budded trees, and be-
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come a producer of high grade fruit.
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The Ocklawaha Nurseries Do Not Propagate Ordinary make money.

c .. Varieties For Commercial Planting THE OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES are not asking you to pay big prices for
:: untried varieties; they are not selling Lue Ging Gong and promises; but
:cs Every line they carry has a distinction. Their CARNEY PARSON BROWN they are offering you tried out and proven varieties of merit; and commonsense -
!\ and their CONNER SEEDLESS early oranges may be marketed early at a application as a marketable product of rare value.
t: time when prices are good, and taken from the trees long before the bulk of
the seedling fruit begins to move. No danger of loss of fruit crop by frost, Has any one ever told you that "any stock" would do? That a varietywas

l 'and a long period of rest for the tree, permitting storing up energy for the a variety and the product would be the same, regardless of the stock or
i next season's soil? If so, you have been misled. The different soils of Florida are' widely
{ crop.THEIR I varied and of highly different composition. They require different stocks, and .
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} come in after all other fruit is out of the way, and produce the fruit that be far from a success. Here the same rule applies that makes one soil suitable .

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has been improved each year for fifteen years by close bud selection until save you much disappointment later

now it is perfect. Its richness of color, wonderful aroma, fine marketingsizes
.heavy crops, and its medium late season, make it one of the finest and Ocklawaha Experience applied to your new grove places you abreast of
r one of the greatest money makers for the grower. the times, and removes the experimental side of the question. It makes an
expert grower out of the novice. IT MEANS SUCCESS.WE .
IN GRAPEFRUIT

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

pave the way to the richest return to the planter.We any time from anywhere on your business with us.
Our Nurseries have the distinction of being the largest citrus nurseriesin
can prove conclusively that we have earned a gross revenue of $5,900
'. from an acre of six year old trees of CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUITsince all Florida, and the only large plant managed directly on the premises.Our .
planting, and the season of shipment from these trees has covered the stock is right, our prices low,sand Ocklawaha Service the best in the ,",

'1 entire marketing period from October to June. The last gathered was good world.

t' as the,first, and the prices realized ($2.15 on the trees average over the four .
} seasonS of shipment) speak for the quality. Here then are the reasons why as
will about
3 OUR NEW 1914 CATALOG be ready January 1st. Apply now
; a commercial proposition CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT is the EAR- \
for a copy and tell us what you want in your first letter.
LIEST, LATEST and BEST for you to plant.

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Orlando Florida.
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Walter Hawkins, of Jacksonville, I Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913 Have your room or house
the commission man who is known .

from one end of the citrus belt to the RESOURCESLoans
cleaned without dust troubleof
other has inherited from or
$18,000 a : and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10
relative who died in Colorado.
recently Overdrafts . . . . . . .- . . . . . . . . . 362.37 moving furniture
The Jacksonville .
Metropolissays Stocks. and 0 Bonds < . .". . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
: Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57
Walter Hawkins has been notified
:: : Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
that he is one of the heirs of a $275- .
000 estate. The information came in l It The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced |
$656,382.24
a letter received by Mr. Hawkins from
LIABILITIES H
W. B. Alright, an attorney of Denver, man.

Colo., who said that the writer had .. Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . .0. $100,000.00
been appointed administrator of the Surplus and Undivided.Profits . . . . . . 35,21J.86

estate of James E. Silton,_ deceased. Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .". . 521,167.38 SEE THEM FOR TERMS \

Statement was made that Mr. Haw- .,
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kins was related to the deceased or i $656,382.24

his father's side. After a search last-

ing six months, Mr. Hawkins was recently Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68

newspapers located in of Jacksonville the city. throughthe In the ',_ Deposits on Dec. 31, ,1913 . . . . . . . . .... $521,167.38 T The B PIERCE[ [ [ELECTRIC L[ L C01""lnc., ; !


will, the attorney says, Mr. Alright Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The
made particular mention of Mr. Hawkins .
who is bequeathed the sum of ... officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust CHURCH STREETIMMIilMliiilillM
$18,000. Mr. Hawkins will only haveto Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
establish the necessary identifica- friends, and the citizens of Orlando the above statement.The . . . . )
management of the Bank.feels that this showing reflects
tion in order to get the money. ....
t the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in

DEMONSTRATION GARDEN AT I t I this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and

BROOKSVILLE ONE OF BEST strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful -
statements to its
Brooksville patrons.
Jan. 16.-Thc depart-

ment of agriculture, Washington, D. M.: M. SMITH, President
C., maintains here its most M Sacrifice Price
important a
W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
demonstration garden, where under
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able results obtained, especially in Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
the, propagation of the dasheen, locally Fresh Oandies
termed "the Florida potato," one lot off 1Iagnolia.aenue on Concord avenue. Improved

Chinese timber bamboo .
Japanese
and ,
citrus fruits} from seven foreign coun- Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb. with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest

tries, Rhodes grass introduced from Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. lb. locations in Orlando.

South Africa and many other grasses, Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20ci! lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . 40c. lb.

fruits and vegetables imported by the Menthal Drops . . . . . .. . . 20c. lb. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . 40c. .Ib.

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

To date, the most notable success Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . 20c. lb.Chocolate Almonds
has been with the dasheen, which Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows

s :ows a remarkable yield per acre, Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams -
and for two seasons the department Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts

has' show been having that the tests wondedful made which tuber gop and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.Ice Or1allo Real l Estate Co1

hould rapidly develop a high com- Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any ll

mercial value as a good product. quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one
through our factory.
While the propositfon'is being han-

dled almost exclusively now by the HOT DRINKS SERVED Phone 501 Watkins BlockThe
department it is understood that here-

after the function of the local garden FRENCH DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents. -,

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gation and selection and that the Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . .. lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc. : _ _ ,
growing of dasheens will be committed Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . lOc. '
Hot Lemonade . . . . . . . . lOc. . '
to the. farmer. Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . lac. .

Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c. :
HOWSLEY DIDNT GET VERY FAR I AltamonteALTAMONTE

IN ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE JNayer: Candy CO. !

Punta Gorda, Fla., Jan. 16.-Dr. ., SPRINGS, FLORIDA.
Guil M. Howsley was at no time more
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convict camp, during the two days R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served In interior -

and two nights of liberty. That is a Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

remarkable feature of the escape of 1.,1",1.11..1111111111111.111111.,11111111111111111.111111. 111111 most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
the former Tampa physician, now a R S I high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards
Fishing
convict, who slipped through the Shooting, etc.
Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-
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guards Tuesday, and was recaptured
ments.
Orange and
grapefruit grove free to
yesterday. Apparently Dr. Howsleyhad ... -' guests.
... Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
no definite plan to get away in his
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mind, but on sudden impulse had

seized an opportunity for flight. MONTGOMERY GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer
His capture yesterday morning by .

Dozier Aultman, John Hagan and a [ Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.

Mr. Jennings was an easy matter. AT ', "", " I " , Hill ) ,..
Howsley, during the period of two ,
days after his escape, had no food. L: .

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4 starvation when he called at Mr. Ault- s : SHEET MUSICWe

man's house, asking for something to ,
eat and a change of clothing.The J
escaped convict told who he '" .", have just received from New York over

was, and pleaded with Mr. Aultmanto .
befriend him. Mr. Aultman prom- ; 300 pieces of the very latest
I can make car like "Broadwayhits
ised the clothing and on a pretext,of your

going to the laundry, got Hagan and ,
t' See quick if Tangos, Waltzes, Two Steps
Jennings. Returning, the three took J new. me you Rags and

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Howsley into custody. The captureof .
the escaped convict will net them : want your car painted. all the late popular songs.

$100, the reward offered by the les- .

sees. If;you wish to know what is. really the
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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S ,
rage in music on "The Great White Way. "
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Under and by virtue.of two certain writs ,
of execution issued out of the Circuit Courtin ,
the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida in Come in and see this lot. /
and for Orange County in favor of F. Joseph
Raehn Company and against The Fairview I
Homes Company..I shall sell at public outcry imHHIMMmilllllllllUIIIMMMMtllllllMIHMItMtMIHIIIIIMIimillM
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House door in Orlando Orange County Florida BRANCH
during the legal hours of sale on Monday ,
"the 2nd day of February A. D. 1914 thefol'owing Take your repairing to Warman on Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres I Clean sweep sale Overcoats, Suits,
lands and tenements levied upon Court street 12.5tfOcklawaha in grove, four hundred bearing trees, Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown The Arcade Book and
4 anger said executions as the property of the C Music Store
Fairview Homes Company levy having been and two hundred young budded grape- & Lartigue. l-6-6t
made on the 2nd day of January, A. D. 1914, fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit
to.wit: Nurseries, home of Flor- now on trees. Price $3,200.
East quarter of south half of northwest ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Eighty acres, twenty-five acres W. T. E "RICANfPainter If you want to sell anything, remember -
quarter of Section 20, Township 22 south of WE FIT GLASSES
cleared and fenced, house and out- and interior decorator. New the Sentinel want columns. GRIND LENSES
Range SO east, and beginning at northwest from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi-
comer of northeast quarter of northwest nole Osceola and Volusia counties buildings. Price $1,500. ideas and old ones, too: Phone' 636. Everybody reads it AND DO ALL KINDS OF
quarter of Section: 20, Township 22 south of by Twenty acres on lake front, well Expert workmen employed. OPTICAL REPAIRING
Range SO east, run east 50 feet, southeaster! auto over hard surfaced roads, most located, three hundred bearing orange 12-21-lm
to a point S3 feet west of southeast cornei
of northeast Quarter of northwest quarts onvenient for all planters and most trees. Price $2,200. [
of said section. west to southwest corner o4 reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nurseries Twenty acres good fruit land on jliMlltMiHIimilllMUDRS
northeast quarter of northwest quarter thereof lake front, two acres bearing orange Job printing at the SentinelMMIIMttMHMMIMMI WM. HARPER
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north to Fla.
beginning. Also beginning a' Tangerine, Write for cat -
six house. Price .
good room
northeast corner of northeast quarter of grove
northwest quarter of Section 20 Township 21 alog. $1,000.Twentyfive. (JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS
south of Range 30 east, run south 20 chains li acres' bearing orange I < *.
southeast corner of said quarter section i
located on lake front within the
of thence northwest northwesterly corner of t oa northeast point 60 quarter feet eas'of FOR SALE city grove limits. Ideal location for subdi- i Automobile For Hire : Oldest:Established Practice In DR. L H. RAMSDELL
northwest quarter of said section east tc vision. Price $10,500.J. Orlando =_
point of beginning. Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake E. CRAWFORDOffice I New Five Passenger ; 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs OPTOMETRIST ;
J. F. GORDON, 3onway, 25 acres of fruit land, and
6he ri Orange County Florida. Blue Drug Store Confutation and Examination (Successor to Dr. 0.
I SUrbutlc & Starbuck. en acres of garden land, one hun- over PHONE 419IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.i P. Likias) t
Attmnm for Plalnt t. Ired bearing' orange trees, small 117 S. Orange Avenue FreeMlilllilllimiMIIMI
T' 1-4,11,18tU.1. ': : louse and barn. Price $2,500. Phone 404 r ORLANDO, FLORIDA

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MORNING AND WEEKLY Jack Carpentiere, the young Frenchman On invitation of the fair managers, Residence PropertyNew
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. who is now the approved heavy-. Mayor Lilly accompanied Messrs. THE PALMS AUTO COREO
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando, Florida weight champion boxer of Europe, is Swabey and Thomas to St Cloud on ten room residence in
as Second Class Mail Matter only 20 years of age. He has not Saturday last, and the delegation interviewed ''high class neighborhood near
TO ADVERTISERS: come in collision with a notorious' colored the city officials and many MOTOR CARS Lake Lucerne. Finely finishedand
"Jack," formerly from Uncle prominent citizens of St Cloud and I modern in respect.Lot .
advertising Copy for mast display be handed and all in other at the hand-wt business Sam's dominions. When France meets solicited and obtained promises of For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a 240 feet front every and 210 feet
' office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Africa there will be something do- their co-operation in the effort to
the day before publication. This rule appliesto full stock of supplies and accessories. Ha'"e.a good force deep. Room for three additional
chances for contract advertising: it la ing. .make a display at the midwinter fair houses. Garage. Six large bear-
invariable and Bill be strictly adhered to. at Orlando on February 17th to 21st of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely ing pecans, eight full bearing

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: January is a month 'that brings I inclusive that will be a credit to Os- orange, two grapefruit, five full
One Year ... ......... ...... ...$5.00 birthday anniversaries: of many nota-I i ceola county. A portion of the exhibit guaranteed. bearing loquats, and scupper-
Six Months ......... .. . .... 2.50 ble men. Wm. McKinley, Stonewall :i that was sent by St. Cloud to the nong grapes. Owner must sell.
Three Months ... ...... .... .... 1.25 Jackson, Gen. R. E. Lee, Benjamin I i Soldiers' Home reunion at Chatta- Price for a few days, $7,000.
; In Advance. Franklin, and Emperor William of:: nooga, Tenn., is available, and many Any kind of reasonable terms.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 1914. Germany, all first saw the light of j: other articles that had been disposed THE PALMS AUTO CO
day under the influence of the twoI'of will be duplicated. In addition to
Mayor Woodward of Atlanta is always faced old god, Janus, whose ancient;I this, the different industries of St. FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.HIMitMIMIMMMMMillMltlMM Cooper AthaExclusive
temple closed in Cloud and vicinity will be well represented -
in a stew, but Atlanta seems to was never except I
like him. He is a rather rough old times of universal peace. N"otwith-I I and it behooves the other por- Agents
: boy and doesn't mince matters when standing The Hague, the stern god's tions of the county to get tusy if they .
; he goes after a body, yet his rugged influence is still abroad in the world. I do not wish to see St. Cloud carry off 114 SOUTH ORANGE AYE.
1 honesty of purpose appeals to the all the laurels. .The residents of Kis-
public, and he is a successful mayor. The Times-Union Philosopher says: simmee have just as many interesting Orlando, Florida
o "While everything else is cornered by relics, fine works of art and valuable
: The stories of poison needle as- the trusts, remember that love, sun- home products in their possession, and 1253m.IttmilMHttttiMtMH.
saults are discounted by physicians, shine and smiles are still left. Theyare if they will emulate the spirit and Notice to Auto Oner c
i who say that it would be impossible all good in their place, but none activity shown by the "Wonder City,"
of them will far to fill the Osceola county exhibit at Orlando *
f for any one to be victimized in such go an empty i I
t a way unless she submitted patiently dinner pail or clothe a child or man+I will be second to none. A great
t to a careful injection of a hypodermic. who lacks the necessities of life. II measure of the success will undoubt- R. L. HOLLANDwill
Alleged victims are being regarded I edly be due to the ladies, as the mem- Supreffle Auto ml i
; as rabid sensationalists. One We heard a man remark that the bers of ladies' civic societies of both recover old Auto or Buggy
t of the young women who testified in Orlando police force was a youthful cities have agreed to have a press your

t court against a man charged with j jI lookin lot of individuals. They are day at their utmost. of the Tops Make your Back and Cushion ; ; The oil that has I
not in the All the county
this offense, asked the reporters if as imposing appearance as newspapers
she couldn't have her photograph in "big squad" of New York city, but if have agreed to have a press day at Slip Covers and Auto Top dust : : stood the supreme -
\ the papers. Innocent thing! anyone thinks they are not on to the fair, when they will issue and ,
o their job and able to back it up, let give away a "booster edition" con- covers. New top or cushion .work for test
t r Ty Cobb the famous Georgia baseball him start something on Orange avenue cerning the localities which they rep-
i pitcher, is good for at least fiver or any other portion of the city. resent.. Friday, February 20th, has carriages and buggies at reasonable -'- - THATGood -
years. At any rate that is what President "They're little, but 0 my!" The been selected for this purpose.
f Gilmore of the Federal leaguer same statement will apply to any who Messrs. Swabey and Thomas are prices. All work and material guar-
thinks. lie has offered Cobb fifteen I. think our county sheriff and his dep- compiling a pamphlet covering the
ulf asoline
; thousand a year for five years, promising -i uty are "youthful looking." industries and resources of Osceola I anteed by T. M. Coppedge, TrimmerAT
* county. This pamphlet will be illus-
l to pay his first year's salary in
i+ advance and to put the sixty thousand Gen. Scriven of the regular army trated by half tone cuts of prominentscenes .
r- in escrow. Cobb was out hunting has recommended that a motor bicyde and public buildings throughout -
9 when the offer was wired to his home police patrol be established in all the county -As the business men '
f at Royston. He is well ahead of the army camps and forts. From the way I have given it generous support, it will
t hounds and can afford to be easy in the combination works in ths large I be issued in the form of a handsome R. l. HOLLANDCARRIAGE I [ s SHOP' p. G. WALTON; Agt. :
his mind. cities it might be well to fur1 i-h all souvenir and given away to all Visit-
ak 0t. Mexican federals with an automobile ors.-Osceola Journal.RED' ]
f PHONES 450-269
When Governor Park Trammell and all rebels with motorcycles and
blandly took the credit for the regis- turn them loose in a deadly combat GEORGE R. STUART TO .. - - - . . . . . . ,
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I tration amendment to the Bryan pri- It would be far cheaper for the LECTURE FRIDAY NIGHT
mary law, he probably didn't foresee United States than intervention, and
r. the great howl which is being raised equally effective. Rev. George R. Stuart, who was one .
| about the cost securing the registration of Sam Jones' coworkers during the
f-: and the inconsequential pay, Three are plenty of jobs that do not Moom of his evangelistic days, is to
r- in spite of the general increase, which pay as well as playing ragtime on a appear at the Orlando opera house
l the officers are to receive. Political piano. Melville Joseph Gideon, an Friday evening of next week for the .
i boomerangs are often concealed in English pianist, is said to have earned benefit of the Methodist church. His .. I I
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t demure garments. This is likely to over $30,000 a year in his specialty as subject will be "The Trend of the \ '; !, '
a ragtime musician. But like .
be a boomerang to Florida's ambitious many Times." \ -' -
another, Melville did not know when
i governor. Dr. Stuart has been recalled oftenerin -1
he had a good thing and began a series -
f o succession to the larger Chautauqua -
r The corrupt practices act passed byt. I of deals in stocks and bonds : assemblies than any other man. j
the last legislature will be of little !I from which he emerged a financial i At three great Southern assemblieshe

t. force, for the reason that it is too far bankrupt * was recalled at one eight yearsin JelIy Gifts Me wuAppreciated
Teaching in its scope and seeks to succession, at another ten, and at
_. give authority for things which are A preacher who knew the temperof the third eleven. At two prominent t
f if not unconstitutional. his congregation as well as the
presumptuous Northern assemblies he is engaged :::.kt; .
t 1 If, for example, an attack is printed diminutive size of his salary, caused each year in succession as long as he -
against a candidate in a newspaper the following notice to be printed in will agree to come. In Virginia one
t candidate demand equal the church bulletin in the local paper: stock and' can. .
f: that may of the oldest assemblies had a by-law We :complete:
\\l space in the paper for reply. It is "The pastor will try to collect his not to employ any speaker oftener
useless to legalize things that are salary at the morning service next than twice in succession; they called suit alltastes.ComeTjn and look us over..
customary and of no avail to achieve Sunday. Only a small congregationis the board together in special session .
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things by statute that invade individ- expected. and rescinded the by-law to recall
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ual prerogatives. A newspaper is a Stuart for the third year. At the .
; quasi-public institution, but after all The improvements already made in great assembly at Lincoln, Neb., they ..
C it is a private enterprise. It securesno Lake Eola park are a credit to the broke a similar rule to recall him for >

franchises from the public nor any city and the park commissioners. If the third time. At Winona Lake, -. ." .
individual protection from the laws. you are owing a subscription to the Ind., he has had two leading hours I _
Most publishers are fair enough to "park fund" you should at oncesendthe I for eight years in succession. He has
give both sides of a controversy, but amount to the treasurer Mrs. A. returned from four to ten times to
it is for them to determine what shall B. Whitman, so that the work can be Miami Valley, Ohio; Pontiac, Ill.;
I t.: fill the pages of their publications, continued. The excavation has been Lancaster, 0.-; Mountain Lake Park
t and no candidate armed with the corrupt made for the new fountain presentedby Md.; Waterloo, Ia., and others.
f practices act as a big stick is Mayor Sperry, and it will be

f likely to accomplish more for himself placed in position as soon-as possible. REV. MARY SAFFORD TO SPEAKAT T Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

f than tion. he could get by simple applica- THE BIG REMOVAL SALE UNITY-CHAPEL TODAY ,

o Because of the illness of Rev. Elea-
The first big appropriation for the I Tomorrow. commences the third nor Gordon, Rev. Mary Safford will POSTOFFICE
improvement of.the inland waterwaysof i week of the Big Removal Sale of occupy the pulpit at Unity Chapel to-
Florida has been approved by the Marion B. Ives. Each day will see day. For the same reason the "poe- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
war department and favorably recom- some exceptionally attractive induce- try hour" which is usually held at the .
mended to congress. It is known as ments that can not fail to find appre. chapel Monday morning ,.ill.be omitted -
r the Ocklawaha river project, and contemplates ciative purchasers. It will be wise to .
f the improvement of that watch the windows and also the press
river from its mouth to Lake Dora, announcements that will appear. Sentinel want ads. are read.
Ef with a channel six feet deep and sixty
r feet wide and locks to guarantee the Big Removal: Sale
I
: necessary depth. The cost is esti-
mated at $733,000 with $12,000 a year HereFour
New Studebakers
are ON
t for maintenance. The work is to be STILL

completed in four years. The open-
} ing of this waterway means a great Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar
f deal to all this section of Florida. $1,115.Four Specials for Monday and Tuesday

t Such an improvement will not be limited Cylinder Landau-Roadster, $1,265.Six .
t to the territory along the banksof

the stream, hence there is cause Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, 200 Corsets Values up to Silk Ratine 65 Cents to
for all to rejoice that the importance 51,640.

C of the state's waterways has been Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All all for 1.00 Values
r given this substantial recognition byr $2.50
r the engineers. It remains for the Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and

item to run the gauntlet of congres- starter---and every up-to-day equipment. Come
sional disapproval To Mr. L. E. around and see them. 49c Each 47 l-2c yd.

Dozier ,of Leesburg, belongs the credit -
of securing the favorable consideration -

of the department Dozier is the San Juan Garage Co. real Come early to get
practical kind of man needed in con- These are bargains. yours
gress. As a member of congress he
could do much more than he has done All Night ServiceAJAX
5
r as a plain citizen. Florida needs 1V .A.ErON': : : B. IvESs.
,. men in congress who will do things I
to help the material development of I TIRES guaranteed: 5000 miles Five
the state. We are somewhat long on per cent off for cash Orange Avenue, Orlando
r statesmen and somewhat short on
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AT THE GRAND TONIGHTMr. oDd QD ODGDcGDQI
Mr. John Dale, of Boston, is in Or- I o
lando today autographed at the San 8 FAVORITE THEATRE j
8
WADE Juan. H. P. Comely will play a violin
THE TUNER solo entitled "Berceuse Stave," by | B. E MILLER, Manager a I ft Yoe11-Pucortli( Co.
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Mr. J. C. Hungerman, of Pitts-
ORLANDO, FLA. Wendro, tonight at the Methodist ser- 1 I 1
Juan.burg, is among the guests at the San vice. They are very fortunate in hav- 2 Matinee P.M. igh-t 6:30 gg

ing such an artist who is so willing: i g { 5 CENTSMonday's 0"
ADMISSION
Father Bowersox, of Oak Harbor, to help entertain the crowds that I: Orlando's Largest Store
Confederate ball at the armory Ohio, arrived in Orlando DallDCDallDCDOIIDCDOIIDCDallDGo) ,
last
night gather at the Grand. His playing is
Tuesday evening, January 20.Mr. and is Program"Nestor's" j I
a guest of the San Juan. superb and I he carries his audiences

Charles Earle Currie, of Louis Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sabell and Miss with him on all occasions. "His great Job"comedy, I "Quality Did It"
ville, Ky., is a late arrival at the San Furrock, of Geneva, N. Y., arrived Crazy
"Frontier's" screaming comedy,
Juan. yesterday and are stopping at the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "The Shop Girl's Big Day"A I in the
Mr.. Walter P. Ryan, of St. Louis, San Juan. Samples on display new store.tfltlllllltlllHMilttilllttllMIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIMII.
compelling drama of the frontier,,
is in_ the city today registered a tthe Maud Powell, violinist, Lucerne Services Sunday, 10:45 a. m. "The Brute" (Frontier). !

San Juan. theater, January 28. Auspices Methodist Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. I .
The Confederate ball Tuesday even. Baraca .class. Reservations begin Armory building.A --- ----- I,
ing, January 20th- -that's next Tues- January. One dollar. 1-15-llt cordial welcome to all. MRS. NUTTER TO SING AT CA.

day.Prof. Mr. R. H. Warner, wife and son, THEDRAL MORNING SERVICE

;( W. W. Yothers returned last and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Couch have CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE
Mrs. W. L. Nutter will sing at the
night from a business trip to Winter arrived in Orlando from Bushnell,111., HMMttlMIHItlltltlHIiiMmtiMiMIMiililillitli'
Haven. to spend the remainder< of the season Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. eleven o'clock service at St. Luke's i
Preaching, 3:30 and 7:30 m. this morning, the selection being "The
Mr. H. T. Fretwell, of Columbus, and are pleasantly located on the corner p. i
Ladies' meeting Wednesday Lord Is My Light, by Marsche, Money to Loan
hio, is among the recent arrivals ate of Anderson and Osceola streets. prayer
afternoon at 3 o'clock. :Psalm 27.NOTICE. I
San Juan. F. E. Taylor has a large apartment
Bible study Thursday night.
I Mr. J. H. Schroeder, of the firm of house of twenty-two rooms. 1008 Or-
All are cordially invited. OF LEGAL HOLIDAY ,
chroeder Bros., printers' machinery, lando Heights, and he has rooms ga-
spent yesterday in Orlando. lore to rent cheaper than anybody Loans in sums of$500 to $3000
else in Orlando, because he I Mr. Harry P. Crook, the popular Monday, January 19th, being the'
he
Tomorrow, Monday, is General'Rob'ert built his own house. If you says are interested -I representative of Armstrong, Field & anniversary of the birth of Robert E. on IMPROVED INSIDE property fora
E. Lee's birthday and a' holiday
Lee the State Bank will be dosed
call him. Company,I wholesale dry goods, hos- ,
and the bank will closed.Ladies' on I '
State be
f iery and millinery, Baltimore, is in all day on that date. term of FIVE Principal
Misses Frances years.
,I and Hazel Bird, of i
hair dressing, massage, I
the city, a guest of the San Juan.
f shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber will Detroit be, Mich.the ,house arrived guests yesterday of their and II I I Mr. Crook has been coming to Or- We have a nice new line of'Ladies'Button and interest payable in monthly

Shop. 1-2-tf i lando for thirty-odd years and has Shoes, in all leathers, and all
Mrs. Mary E. Harwood, of Kansas cousin, Miss Claire Robinson, at 104 I many friends in this section that are styles, satisfaction guaranteeed, at ; instalments. ,,
North Main street. Miss Robinson BOARDMAN'S "STORE OF SATIS (
City, has arrived in Orlando and will also has as a week-end guest Miss always glad to see him. FACTION." 1-18ltP. ,
make her home at the Tremont dur-
Mary Deaderick, who is teacher of Mr. Nathan G. Stout, of Fort My- S.JV.A
ing her sojourn in the city. expression at Rollins college. ers, formerly editor and owner of the S.-And we want you to be sure
Mr. Wm. Hendricks, of Covington, Fort Press, who has been' and come to our lace sale. The Hammond
Former State Senator W. D. Gors- Myers IIII II'IIII"I II'
& Bunch Co., Church street. It :HI'II'II'III IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIi.I '
has arrived in Orlando
Ky., to
spend .
spending the week in Orlando'as
line, of Millers Mill,1' N. Y., has a --
the winter and is the guest of Mr. to Convocation, will leave I'IIIIOIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'i .I
delegate
reached Orlando on his annual visit to FOtJND-A lady's gold wak Owner
W. H. Eaton, at Summerlin Place. i this place, and is comfortably locatedat tonight for Jacksonville to attend the can have same by calling at this
Eat what you want. the Arcade. Senator Gorsiine Grand Lodge of Masons which meets office and paying for this notice. i
i is
Eat all want. l-18-6t J J Jellies 'rr
you
there week. Mr. Stout
Take a postscript and forget it. one of Orlando constant boosters, next was a I ill n ri
and loses guest at the Tremont while here.
For sale by. all durggists.l7d&wlyr. no opportunity to induce Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel ,
people of his home state to come this Dr. and Mrs. Preston Boyd and
Mr. C. W. Griffith the clever We full,line
rep- friend, Mrs. Cook, arrived Saturday carry a
resentative of the Linotype way.Local LUTHER THE FLORIST
Mergenthaler theater-goers will have the from Orlando, and will be at home at PANCAKE FLOUR

company, with headquarters in opportunity of seeing "Peg o' My the Baptist pastorium, as soon as Cut Flowers I
New Orleans, spent yesterday in this Heart" (Laurette Taylor's perpetual their household goods arrive. Dr. PURE MAPLE SYRUP

section. success in New York, where this great Boyd is the new pastor of the Baptist ROSES, VIOLETS, PURE CANE SYRUP

Mr. Allen Cary-Elwes has comeback comedy is now in its second year), church, and he and his amiable wife CARNATIONS, PANSIES, I
from Orlando where he spent which Oliver Morosco is sending on have already made a number of FLORIDA CANE SYRUP IN BULK
the holiday with his parents, Mr. and the road to meet the insistent de friends.-Manatee River Journal. POTTED PLANTS

Mrs. D. G. Cary-Elwes.-New Smyrna mand to see the play, at the Lucerne Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woodward f "" Coffee and Tea Our Specialty
Breeze. theater, February 4th.
Birmingham, arrived yesterday i in
Mr. Hobson Rucker left yesterday Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Robinson i Twenty different brands of Coffee
returned their private car to occupy their beautiful COAL CHARCOAL to select -
afternoon for his home at SwanseaS. yesterday from a visit of few
I a winter home north of Orlandofor ; ; from.
C., after extended visit to relatives
an days to Tampa. Mr. Robinson
was the WOOD
season. They were accompa I' tii
r Mr. and Mrs. M. N..Sightler,II busy. with a rush of work in his office.esterday nied by their son. A handsome six- .

of this city.General I afternoon, but had time to cylinder motor car had preceded Veneer Cores j
admission 75 cents. Maud answer an inquiry concerning the them and was awainting call at the Seasoned Heart Pine ii THE SANITARY GROCERY

Powell, violin recital, Lucerne theater, general welfare of the cigar city. San Juan garage. Mr. Woodward is i Oak Wood

January 28. Reserved seats one dol- "Tampa's all right," he said, "but the father-in-law of Hon. Oscar Un All sizes and lengths CARUTHERS' & GORE

lar. 11511tI not as good as Orlando." derwood, floor leader in the house of
Mr. A. Y. Fuller Orlando I' Mr. Floyd H. Helmer Orlando Wood Yard
an auto- of Mohawk, representatives and candidate for Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
mobile dealer, spent the first of the N. Y., reached Orlando yesterday. He United States senator from Alabama.
week in the city and sold a Reo car is_delighted with the town and pleased B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
to J. W. Miller. Leesburg Commer- beyond expression with the Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.
weather.I I Only a few more of those Ladies' CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.MtllMQMMIHMtlMMMMMMMIIIIMMIIIIIIiHili.
cial. He has been bogging in I Chips Fence Posts
up snow and "\'Misses' Heavy Coats, to be closeout Turpentine
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brookwell, of says the only thing that kept'the I at COST, at BOARDMAN'S r Y
Ohio have arrived in Orlando mercury from going lower than it:'STORE OF SATISFACTION."
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LADIES, be sure to attend our lace O\T AL SALE
salubrious climate. fresh supply of Men's Khaki sale Monday, January 19th., Real
Don't miss the Confederate balls Pants, just recived, at BOARD- wide shadow 'laces for only lOc. the
MAN'S "STORE OF SATISFACTION' yard. Think of it! The Hammond & Commencing Tuesday January 6th. we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,
night.
Tuesday
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Prices $1 and $1.25. 1-18-lt Bunch Co., Church street. It for CASH.
Wool Underwear at cut prices
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Boucher and
'Eat what you wantEat I
daughter, Miss Darline, of Macon, Ill, all you want.
are among the recent arrivals in Or- Take a postscript and forget it. IOSTEOPATHYDR.I $30.00 Suits $20.50 $25.00 Overcoats $17.50
For sale by all Overcoats 1
druggists. 20.00
located the
lando. They are on cor- 25.00 Suits 17.50 14.75
ner of Anderson and Osceola streets. l-7-d&w-lyr J. C .HOWELL 22.50 Suits 15.75 18.00 Overcoats 13.50 i

HELLO!-Yes, all the shadow laces, :, SHADOW LACES-Monday is the Hours, 1012, 3-5, and by appointmentNo 20.00 Suits 14.75 16.50 Overcoat 12.00
even the very widest ones, are lOc. day we sell shadow laces cp to twelve extra charge for house treatmentj
the yard. Good-bye, see you Monday. inches in width, 10 cents the yard.I j Telephone connectionsI
The Hammond & Bunch Co., Church See window. The Hammond & Bunch I SWEATERS HATS. /
street It Co., Church street. It I Office cor. Orange and Central Aves.
I I : $3.00 Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats $3.50

---- 2.,0 Sweaters I,7s 4.00 Hats 2.75

2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 Hats 2.25

I 1.)0 Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75

Fresh SeedFresh Remember we only handle the celebratedHart.Schaffner & Marx line 01 Clothes

All Ien's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale

Garden, Flower and Field Seed. 30 years experience.

SCRUGGS & DICKSON

The McElroy Pharmacy:
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OWN 371 LOTS IN THE CITY LIMITS AND FOR 10 DAYS WILL GIVE 25 PER CENT. .
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1 S20 EACH; 40 LOTS ON COLONIAL DRIVE AT $200 EACH; IN ACT, I HAVE THEM IN MOST PRESENT ANY PART PRICE OF THE, CASH CITY OR TEIDIS. J HAVE 20 LOTS ON EAST AMELIA,fioVENUE AT
YOU
MONEY REFUNDED IF INTERESTED DROP A CARD TO BOX 659, CITY, GIVING YOUR ADDRESS DESIRE, FROM $50 TO $3,000. SATIS CTION OR
= AND I WILL CALL ON YOU. BOX 659, CITY.

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$$2100 BUYS ITI'FOR and SALE tools, best OR farm RENT-With in county stock; va-1 I II i EIGHT-ROOM and electric lights.furnished 205 E.house Robinson; gas I,WANTED-Dining Orland hotel room girls. Apply 1-6-tf +HHMIIIMIMIHMIM

I riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or-'. WANTED-Late model used automobile
ando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf LARGE COMFORTABLE ROOMS, roadster or touring car, for
furnished for light housekeeping. cash. Wm. R. Cunnigham, care Wil- 4
\ Handsome fiVe-room house, two. FOR SALE Apply 315 W. Central Ave. M6-lw lola hotel, Orange avenue. 1-14-tf
Five-room bungalow three spacious FOR RENT-House
; furnished
complete WANTED-Woman
story, directly off Lucerne Circle piazzas> sleeping and all for general house
; porch modern for one or two couples; all work; must be a good cook. Apply.

; all equipped. for hot and cold I 1-15-lm improvements. 506 Lexington St. linen able location.furnished Phone; clean 515.and new; desir- P.: 0. Box 207, Orlando. M6-3t Latest Patterns and Colors in

water electric : -- LOST-On the streets of Orlando, I
lights etc.
Best
FOR SALE-At: a bargain, twenty .FOR RENT-Furnished large room, stick pin, horseshoe shape, staff Ginghams and PercalesSee
location. In the $4,000 class. acre grove;'five hundred grapefruittrees in modern home; bath, hot and cold cross. Leave at this office and re-I
fifty tangerine trees, and 750 ;water
; telephone; dose in. 312 North ceive reward. l-16-6t
Let us show you.Another. orange trees. Grove should pay for :Main street. 1-16-lw the new line ol
itself in two years. Address P..O. WANTED-By young business wo-i
Box 105, Orlando, Fla. FOR modern RENT-Furnished rooms, with man, few hours stenographic work Ladies' Muslin Underwear
conveniences close in electric
12-18-d&w-tf II ; ; -
daily, or full time if preferred
; machine -
$1650A
lights
; no boarding house. 7 W.
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FOR SALE Robinson Ave., city. 1-17-31 dictation or notes; own type
writer. Address Miss W., 307 East-
Good property; 40 acres little north I I FOR RENT-Four-room furnishedcottage Pine St. l-18-3t McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
of Orlando, on beautiful lake.
good investment proposition. Young I I one block off Orange ave
budded grove, bearing; good dwelling. WANTED-Every
nue, Concord Park. $15.00 month man to know
Can rent from February for The ideal place for poultry and dairy Inquire 706 W. Amelia avenue.per that BOARDMAN'S SPECIAL $4.00
farm-good range, plenty room, good I l-17-3t Shoe will outlast any similar priced STORE
for
one year $25.00 per month. milk trade established. Will sell stock shoe on the market. Those that have
For location etc. with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, FOR RENT-New nicely furnished worn them know this to be a fact.
Fla. 12-15-lm I. double front room, suitable for This ad. is only for those that have I 128 S. Orange Ave.MMIIMMMIIIiMIMMMilMIMIIIIllMMIllMM.
FOR SALEA party of four friends; also smal 1 never tried them. They are for sale
room; modern in all respects. 114 E only at BOARDMAN'S "STORE OFSATISFACTION" II
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Dale, owner, 312 Anderson street ,
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- Hand- --Bldg.--, -Church St. .- modern An artistic and complete FOR and SALE beautiful in every home partic-; T [ [ T[ rm [ r WIEIiT MARKET

WIIAT PUZZELED ular. Seven DAETWYLERBUNGALOWS
HER large rooms and bath;
A suffrage meeting was drawing to immense closets. Screened sleeping
21 East Pine
and rear porches; ten-foot veranda Street
a close. The speeches had all been
across entire front. A few bearing '
made and the meeting was thrown trees, flowers and -shrubbery. New ORLANDO FLORIDA
open to questions by the audience. and near in, fine location. ,

Said the presiding officer: "Now, Any one desiring an ideal home,
address
is there any woman here who wout OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. lillMltMmillllMMIMHttttlMtlMiMitlMMItli JUST
like to ask a question? Don't hesitate 1-2-tf ,I OPENED

question any at question all about you'd any Tike phase to of; any the I HAVE FOR SALE I FOR RENT-Two-story house, com- LOST-Pocket book containing $53 Everything new and complete. As sanitary

woman question." House, 406 East Pine street; six pletely furnished. Ready for occupancy -I and some valuable papers. Returnto as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest
rooms and bath; lot 60x120, with'' January 25th. Apply to Fred Wm. Slyck, Formosa, Fla., and get
For .a few moments there was si- orange trees. One block from Lake B. Dale, 306 Anderson street.1.146t reward. l-14-3t Meats of all kinds.
lence. Then a woman arose and ask Eola. A desirable residence.

ed: "May I ask any question at all?" Block of 4 lots on Mark street, cor- APARTMENTS FOR RENT-Two, AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, Fish and Oysters in Season
ner of Magnolia avenue 142x245 subspiling, tree planting, stump
"Certainly, said the speaker persuasively ; ; four and six rooms each; first, sec-
grapefruit and orange trees. One of ond and third floors. Apply Taylor'sApartments blowing, orchard renovating; landleared
"What. question would you the; finest building sites in city. , 1008 Hughey street, Orlando ready for the plow. Dynamite Courteous attention; prompt service and
like to ask?" Two lots and supplies.. Estimates
on Lake Leora, 70x128 I= Heights. Cheapest in town. cheerfully
"Wellj"' the woman, "I'd like to each, facing east; orange and grape- 1-11-6t furnished. L N. Lewis, 406 East St., prices right. Give me a trial.
I Orlando Fla.
fruit trees. 1-6-lm
know how you got that smooth effect
\ Grove of 12'acres on Colonial Drive, FOR RENT-Furnished three room
over your hips?"-Ladies Home Jour- just within eastern city limits; over flat for light housekeeping; all con YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.
nal. 900 trees, orange, grapefruit and tan- veniences; central; rent cheap. Inquire Just ring 448 for the Arcade Pressing J. A. COX Proprietor
gerines. Crop last,season 3,400 boxes. 23 E. Pine street, or phone 571. Club. The boy will call. Club ,
Fenced and irrigated. 1-11-lw rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a specialty.
Further information upon applica- 1-10-lm PHONE 105
Y'PEOPLE'S. 'WANTSMUNNIMAKERS tion. FOR RENT-New furnished rooms i in .
L. J. TOWNSEND, new modern home; every conven WANTED-Ladies, bring your combings -
1-16-1w and cut hair to 305 Garland --- -
308 Anderson St. ience; kitchenette if desired; reason
able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door street. We will make them as desired
to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf or purchase same for cash
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Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale For Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm Real Estate Agents Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
Rent etc. for this column 25c for one day FOR RENT ,
25 EOc words for three or days less. or Money$1.00 for must one week for ROOMS FOR RENT, for light house- Furnished 6-room house; strictly LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial
advertisements fer this column accompanythe as no keeping. 307 E. Pine St. l-16-6t modern; fine location. Will rent for "B," somewhere on' the Orlando !
insertions will be made on credit. season or by year. Cooper & Atha, streets Monday. If found, leave at the
------ - - ROOM FOR RENT, in private home; opposite postoffice, 1st floor.. 1-16-31 Sentinel office, and receive reward of: offer for $1,800 two-story, six-room cottage, with
FOR SALE all conveniences. 311 N. Orange $1.00. 1.1-tf rose house and shed. Located at 307 West street, north.

Ave. 1-18-tf I Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, MISCELLANEOUS WANTED TO RENT for remainderof
Court street. 12-5-tf NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for I season, by family of three, smal six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
on rent; choice location; moderate I WANTED-Good sewers; no others furnished house in good neighborhood heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
Griffing trees give results. Office price. 202 East Robinson Ave. need apply. Apply to Mrs. W. L. House must be clean and convenient ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
opposite P. 0. W.aH. Brokaw,sales- Burnett, at N. P. Yowell's. l183tLOST Apply by letter to X. Y. Z., Sentinel furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.
FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten office. 1-14-6
man. l225tfFOR rooms and sleeping porch; centrally -'New, Year's night, black silk House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
SALE-Good, sound, gentle bay located; suitable for either one or scarf, with> red rose design. Address NOTICE lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
i horse. Good worker anti driver. two families. Address F. G. Rush, 720 Wy Central Ave.lSlt The books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

Cheap. Address C. W.. Tharp, Win City. 11-26-tf YOUNG LADY desires position; general voters in Orange county will be Open to all.
ter Park, Fla., Box 90. 1-14-lw office work; references. Ad opened in my office at the CourtHouse
FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom dress "M," Sentinel office. 1-13-lw on Monday, January 5th, 191',
FOR SALE-Three new bungalows;J to persons wishing suburban and will be kept open six days in E. N. COY
modern conveniences; good location; accommodations; also 2 acres good WANTED-Practical nursing by a each week, until the first Monday i ,
easy payments; deferred paymentsfive truck land, close in. Good opportunity middle aged woman; maternity cases; March, 1914. 307 West SI., Norlb, Orlando
per cent. interest; no agents. Ad for right person. Address "A," best references. Address "Nurse' W. DOLIVE,
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PLA&S Tenn., will occupy the pulpit at both LOYALTY TO YOUR HOME TOWNIf THE DEADLY PARALLEL HIS HONEY QUIT THREE WEEKS CONWAY ITEMS

THE OF WHIP services Sunday. Mr. Groves was one AGOA

of the most beloved pastors ever in you work for a man, in heaven'sname (New York World) Conway, Fla., Jan. 16.-There have

FIRST BAPTIST, CHURCH Orlando and great congregations will WORK FOR HIM.If The Locomotive Driver- traveling man for some time had been several real estate transactionsand

hear him Sunday.A been his wife of the fine home
telling
large cattle sale in and
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., he pays you wages that supply Must have years of training as a one
cordial invitation to strangersand cooking on the menu at a hotel in a around Conway in the past few days.
pastor.Mr. your bread and butter, work for him; fireman and I helper before he, is allowed -
visitors. l country town. He told her that the Mr. Henry Mathers purchased three
Samuel A. Newell speak well of him; stand by him and at the throttle.
superintendent
of the Sunday school staid by the institution he repre- Must pass a stringent medical examination country friend chicken, the hot biscuits hundred head of cattle and eight acres

UNITARIAN CHURCH sents.If and must in writing the honey and other things were I of land from Mr. James Partin, of
prove
Mr. George W. Phillips, director of
unexcelled. One he had occasionto
(Corner Central Ave and West St.) that he knows engine.Is I day Kissimmce.
the choir. you live in a town, live for it; an t tI
the and decided to
to town
The revival. services which have Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. I respect the great power that pro. restricted to a definite steel path go his wife Mr. Burrell Scott bought the grove

been in progress during the last two Subject of morning sermon, "Why tects you; that surrounds you with I that is guarded by signs, gates and I I take The dinner along. all that and home of Col. R. J. Piatt He in
at noon was
will continue I Am a Unitarian. I the advantages of civilization and fences.Is turn purchased the forty-five acres
weeks
through Sunday, I
be The fried chicken
Sunday school at 10 : to "orders" from his I could expected. known the Woehlcke .
and the pastor and people are expect- a. m. that makes it possible for you to subject as property.Mr.
the hot biscuits and the other
number Poetry hour on Monday morning at !achieve the best results. company which must be obeyed.Is thingswere George Dees traded his grovein
ing a great day, as a goodly
to the table and thetraveling
brought ,
will no doubt be present to unite 10 o'clock. I I Speak well of it; stand by it; stand punished by suspension or is reduced Conway for the Scott homestead.The .

with the church. Unity Circle Wednesday afternoonat 'for its civic and commercial suprem- in rank for the slightest error. man and his wife were just R. T. Peele sale of his beautifal

and 3 o'clock. Paper by Mrs. RebeccaS. Obeys all visible orders. Uses his ready to eat, when he noticed some- grapefruit grove completed the list
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., the
Sage; subject, "Frances Willard acy.If best judgment. Yet is blamed when- thing was missing. Calling up to date.
public worship at 10:45 a. m. and put to a pinch, an ounce of loy- waitress he
and the Woman's Christian Temperence ever possible should train be wrecked. inquired. Now that provision has been made
7:30 p. m. Morning subject, "TheChristian's alty is worth a pound of cleverness.If "Well where is ?"
Union." If dismissed he is my honey for the the
allowed
or jailed, never country people by new city
Trials and Triumphs. you must vilify, condemn and "Which do asked
?
All who are interested are cordially to drive another engine. one you mean government it is in order for every ..
Evening subject, "Calling Upon eternally disparage, why, resign your the girl innocently. "The black hairedone
invited. driving into Orlando to take advantage
God While lIe Is Near." position and quit the town, but along ? She quit here three weeks one
The Automobile DriverIs of this
arrangement They
Young People's meeting at 6:30p. as you are a part of a localitydo "
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. considered a driver as soon as ago. will find plenty of room, shade and
m. not belittle it.
he knows how to start steer and water. Farmers and residents of Conway
stop -
You are cordially invited to wor- Chisholm will preach for the If you do, you are loosening the
honk horn. WOOD LAKE PHILOSOPHERIt remember this shed is
ship with us. All seats are free. At- members of the Christian church i tendrils that hold you to the com- a hitching
Need not be asked made for It is West Pine
tentive ushers. Inspiring music. Sunday afternoon at 208 East Church munity, and the first high wind that a solitary qUE'3tion you. on
his to drive will take the angel Gabriel to street.
concerning ability a
Welcome. street, at 2 o'clock. A cordial invi- comes along you will be uprooted and
car before he takes his place at the draw the exact line between philan- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rutherford and
tation is extended to all. blown away, and probably you will
steering wheel. thropy and conscience money.It son have returned to the North after
METHODIST CHURCH never know why; such has been the
Drives with a free hand over :a most pleasant vacation. Next year
experience of manyEx.One .
(At the Grand) THE NEWSPAPERDid I streets, in and among human beings.Is sometimes takes a mighty sharp they expect to come here to reside

J. E. .Wray, pastor. subject to "laws" and "ordinances" tongue to get in a word edgewise.The permanently, and will probably builda
school 9:45 C. E. you ever think of it? Suppose little match, carelessly thrown,
Sunday m.
a. ; .which seemingly need not be modern bungalow on their gro'ie
Howard, superintendent every business man in the city tookas may start a widely-destructive fire. strictly obeyed.Is man who thinks twice beforehe property.On .

I much interest in the upbuilding ofa One child, with a glass of water,
"Gideon's Band and God's Dr. is the of few
sometimes fined a few dollars speaks generally man Thursday, the 15th, the W. C.
Wray's subject at 11 Anthemby city as the newspaper man. He might quench the blaze that, unre- words.
a. m. I when he breaks the law. T. U. held an all day meeting with

the choir, "God Is Love" (Wooler). works for railroads, manufactories, tarded, soon would become a ruinous Can drive recklessly, smash the car, suitable exercises. A

Gospel solo by Mr. N. B. Bettison, of better road, churches, good 'streets, conflagration. Little things, used at and if only his employer or employ The secret of success lies in the The many friends of Mrs. Passmorewere

Louisville Ky. "His Eye Is the and a hundred and one other thingsfor the right time, make or mar the big fact that fool catch but I
on er's family is killed, goes scot free. any can on, pleased to welcome her again
the general good he affairs of life. Classified ads. little
; urges it takes wise to know when to
Sparrow. His future driving rights and capabil- a man this winter. She and her aunt, Miss

Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N. pleads, scolds, badgers and cavorts and inexpensive though they are, ities are not questioned.BY get off. Anderson, are located in OrlandoDr.
Burden around generally until he gets what when used judiciously, meet the needsof
president.
Prince, who went to Tampa for
he sets out for. Imagine his feelings, the hour admirably and with profitto
'Marrying Money" is the pastor's I
WIRELESSThe The who the holidays, has been quite ill lIe is
people always
finding
then, when some lame kind of a fellow the advertiser. Sentinel want ads. are
subject at 7:30 This is "ser-!
p. m. fault might better their time at the home of his son and is receiving -
mon No. 17" of his popular series to reproaches him because he doesn't are deservedly strong in public es- occupy
the best medical attention
who is in for needle in and
man seen no longer looking a a haystack.
boom things enough, and nine out of timation.
the "Marriage Li-
young people on nursing. His daughter Mrs. Hfll
his usual seat in the baldhead row at ,
choir ten that same fellow has never paidone -
cense. Anthem by the "Oh, the burlesque show has not reformed.He and his friends will be glad to welcome
That I Had Wings" (Smiton). Solo, cent toward supporting the paper, "PASS IT ALONG is old. But Nine-tenths of the women who cry him home and wish him a
merely getting no ,
Ferris' "Crossing the Bar," by Mr. and the paper he reads with marked i due. Baldheadsare at weddings have been married them- speedy recovery. ,
regularity is either borrowed from his i I discouragement is selves. I
Curry. Violin solo by the brilliant When you are through reading this being manufactured with great Mr. L. Garrett sold his oranges,

!Violinist, Prof. Comely, Wendao's neighbor or picked up from the coun- copy of the Sentinel, pass it along to about five hundred boxes, to Mr.
dispatch.A
"Berceuse Slave." ter in the store at which he trades. some friend or neighbor whom you i Of course it may be possible for a Symonds. Mr. Garrett had shippedsome

Everybody most cordially invited. Fort Myers Press.A think would be interested in readingand woman has presented Cincinnatia i woman to keep a secret, but as a gen- early in the season.

subscribing for a clean high eral thing she is woefully out of
; painting worth $400,000. And prac- We are in sympathy with the resolutions
FAIR OFFER-WHAT ABOUTIT class, progressive tice.-New York Times.
,t FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. CHURCH newspaper.This think of how many nifty fielders and adopted by the Municipal
MAC? may mean the addition of an- League in regard to the condition ,of
Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. star slab artists this sum would buy,

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. other subscriber to our large list of and how Cincinnati needs them. Fingering the coin of the greatU. the miners in the copper region of

j Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Harry McCreary and Joe Reese readers throughout Orlando and Or- S. A. seems to have added avor- Lake Superior.A .

Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. have signed articles for a foot race, ange county. West Palm Beach is again agitating dupois to our old friend John Skelton

Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 but they can not agree on the route. The Sentinel will appreciate your commission government The East Williams, or else the printers made a little real weather now and thenis
interest.
J p. m. Make it to Tampa, Gasparilla week, Coast people might as well become mistake and syndicated the wrong relishd by the coal men. And,

t Rev. Coleman Groves, formerly pas. and the Tribune will give the winnera familiar with the idea and get readyto cut which is being printed as the like- in fact, not being house plants\in this

tor of this church, and now pastor of Spanish dinner, with the loser as a I The Grand orchestra will play at adopt it-for eventually they mustif ness of the recently appointed comp- II.part of the country no objection is

,J I the Westminster church, of Memphis, guest-Tampa Tribune. .the Confederate ball. they would be in the running. troller of the currency. I raised.

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AT TIME OF PURCHASE EACH PURCHASER WILL BE ENTITLED TO A TICKET FOR EACH FIVE ACRE TRACT PURCHASED ON WHICH HE WILL WRITE


HIS NAME AND ON THE DAY DESIGNATED PURCHASERS WILL DROP THE TICKETS ALL INTO A HAT AND SELECT SOME ONE TO DRAW OUT ONE.


THE NAME ON THE TICKET FIRST DRAWN OUT WILL RECEIVE A DEED FOR THE FIVE ACRE TRACT AND HOUSE ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE.ON .


THE DAY OF DRAWING A PUBLIC. PICNIC WILL BE HELD ON THE BANKS OF ONE OF THE BEAUTIFUL LAKES NEAR THE LAND. THE WINTER -


HOME PROPOSITION IS SITUATED IN ORANGE COUNTY IN THE MIDST OF THE MOST ATTRACTIVE LAKE REGION IN FLORIDA. THE LAND IS


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



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THE DEVIL SURE HAS GOT SAM. with the 45-Caliber Halo and the An excellent supper will be servedat Just at this time "ne can't help
The January term of Duval county
STATE NEWS NOTES Non-Rustable Wings. the Confederate ball. wondering whether h self-busting
convened Monday Judge Philips
court Nancy Jones, a negress who livesa One day his Sparring Partner dida interlocking directorates will cut as
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docket of 514
facing a cases. few miles from Wesson, Miss.inthe Brodie to the Old Homestead to "It is truly possible to catch a cold many melons this year as the self-

(From the Gainesville Sun) country near a negro church and cem- swap Scandal with Mu-Maw and that by kissing," declares a famous phy- busting trusts.

Eighteen thousand dollars will be D. T. Williams, a prominent business etery, says she is sure the devil hasher same night the Ty Cobb of the Model sician. Please pass the quinine and i -

I man of Milton, has resigned the husband, Sam, because she heard Husband League struck a slump.At .
spent by the Atlantic Coast Line in I mustard plasters.It I What's the use of getting excitedover
F; remodeling the old passenger depot superintendency of the Methodist the devil say so, and she is at a loss 1 a. m. mounted a Table in aGoasFarasYouLikeCafe capital punishment? Last year

": in Sunday school there after 25 years'unbroken to know why, as Sam was a good negro waved a there
Tampa.Work looks as though Cape Horn will were 9,000 murders and homi-
service. Resolutions glow- and went to church regularly and Red Satin Slipper aloft, and deliveredan
r. of his faithfulness I. not be of any use, after the Panama cides in this country and only eighty-
with appreciation -
ing and much Oration upon-"The Sterling Qualities -
prayed as as
sang any
will be started very soon in I canal is completed, to anybody but eight legal executions.The .
o and regret over his retirementwere "
other deacon of his church. of the Chorus Maid.
Bartow on a new two-story brick the story writers.
te adopted. She says she is going to leave that He was Lit Up like a Sky Scraperand
business
building. announcement of Professor
place before the devil gets her, too. even the Finger Bowl Bandits
Tiger skins are the latest fad in Doolittle that the world will last only
The Children's Singing class of Several other negroes, she added, are pronounced it a "Beaut.
i' Judge Alec Boannan is presiding has been and still few Paris. New York has one it wouldbe 15,000,000 years longer should be a
Jacksonville organized packing up in a hurry to get away before There were a Unused
willing to dispose of cheaply, but warning to the lawyers in the
It: over the United States court for the is now busy preparing for the spring the same devil who got Sam gets Wine Bottles in the Cracked Ice but HarryThaw
southern district of Florida, in Jack- unfortunately it'is still on the tiger. case to hurry up.
music festival which will be held in them. it; wasn't his fault.

;., sonville, owing to the illness of Judge that city in :May. It is planned to Nancy says Sam, her husband, was And all the Broads claimed he was
the
Probably trouble with those
r" Calls have at least 200 children participatein above the average of his race. He got a Regular Guy. Every now and then the federal '
northwestern Indians who
said
this affair,* the first of its kind sick and died. During his illness his Moral-You Can't Judge a Deaconby are government draws a check for a cent
to be destitute is that have
they
s> ,The commissioners of Holmes ever attempted to be held in Jackson- pastor and deacons and a large crowdof the Length of his Face. with as much ease and grace as it
neglected to get into the moving picture
x. county have decided to establish three ville. negroes were there to sit up with business. spends a billion..

free ferries on Choctawatchee river- him at the night he pased away. WELL KNOWN POLITICAL WORKER -

one at Caryville, one at Cerro Gordo The selection of the site for the After his death another crowd was DIES SUDDENLYThe Ocklawaha Nurseries Ladies' hair dressing, massage,

and one at Pitman Ferry. federal building at Key West will present to sit up with the corpse. Florida's best fruit trees, home, easily of Shop.--hampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber:

Y soon be made, the money for the sit, There was a medical student in the Jacksonville Metropolis of yesterday reached from all parts of Orange,t 1-2-tf

f The Kentucky Society in St. Petersburg $80,000, having already been appro- community who wanted a dead body gives the following account of Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Volusia Warman Repairs and Retires

have placed their organization priated by congress. There are many and told a negro he would pay $50 the death of F. A. Huff, who was counties by auto over hard surfaced Carriages Court Baby
on street. 125tfW.
a on record as being opposed to sites available, and the work can be for one. This negro was determinedto known all through the peninsular portion roads, most convenient for all planters -

the open saloon in the Sunshine City. done in a short time. No appropriation get that $50. There was another of the state for his activity in and most reliable in Florida. T. ENTRICAX,

has been made as yet for the negro man in the community who was politics in former years: Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Makes a specialty of painting, papering -

f The Daytona Daily News says that buildng. 'i worthless and was drunk nearly all F. A. Huff, aged 65 years, Confed- Write for catalog. Phone, refinishing 636. floors, furniture 12.,1lm1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllttt etc.
the time. He was made intoxicatedby erate veteran and well known recruiting -
Florida railroad
the new Central of ,
the who wanted the and for the Florida East Coast
$50
now in operation between Daytona, At a special meeting of the commissioners negro agent
Daytona Beach and Seabreeze, han. i of the St. Augustine chamber left lying outside the gate of the dead railway for several years, was found ..
Sam's house. About 3 o'clock in the dead in his bed this ata
dled 2,300 people between those points ,of commerce held Friday after- early morning
last Sabbath. noon the board of county commis- morning he went up to where the ne- Bay street hotel. 1 "Kill the Chill"

sioners were heartily endorsed in the groes were sitting up and told them The investigation by the police is

A jewelry store in the heart of progressive move looking to the they could retire and get some sleep said to have first pointed to suicideon ..

'; Pensacola's business section was financing and building of a complete i and he weuld sit up with Sam until account of certain mystery surrounding All indications point toward a cold win-

R robbed of $50 and quite a number of system of hard surfaced roads daylight. They were glad of the op- I I the death. It is stated by

articles in stock last Sunday night. throughout St. Johns county. portunity and vacated the room. Then Coroner E. E. Willard, however, that ter this year and the best way to be comfortable -
the man who was after the $50 openedthe death came as a result of heart fail-
y Entrance was gained by smashing a
display window.At The Jennings Herald is a new jour. coffin, took Sam out and put the ure. It is learned that Mr. Huff had on cold mornings and evenings

nalistic venture business and citizens intoxicated negro in the coffin and hid been complaining for several days of
men '
the in office '
or during day your is to have a',
a recent meeting of the county of Jennings, Hamilton county, Sam away. ill health, and had telegraphed his rel-
having subscribed suffcient stock to The funeral was to be early, some- atives regarding his condition.The .
commissioners, brick paving was ordered -
on Ninth street, north, from the permit N. G. Buckley to launch the where about 9 o'clock, and when they deceased was a member of the REZNOR GAS HEATERThey
started to the insisted Francis F. Bartow of the United
; 1 city limits of St. Petersburg to theJohn's paper. The first issue was out on the cemetery Nancy camp
: 9th inst., and if succeeding weeks produce in sitting on Sam's coffin, which Confederate Veterans, having takenan
..i pass road.- I as good a paper the people there she did until they were in sight of the active part in the civil war. He are cheap to buy and very econom- ,

will have little to church. Then the negro began to ]had been a resident of this city for
# At the recent election held in Avon cause complain.On ical, 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
wake and move around. Nancy ]many years, residing with his wife at
i' Park on the proposition to bond that
district for $25,000 to build a new an affidavit sworn to by Rev. ]raised up and just then the drunken :2233 Hubbard street until recently, size-and are the cleanest and most con-
]negro gave another lunge and said, when he moved to a local hotel.
D. H. Rutter of the First
school house the bonds carried pastor
: by a
vote of 18 to 8. :Methodist church, Daytona, a capias "This is the devil." He leaves, besides his widow, two venient heating made. No wood, ashes oroil

has been issued and served on C. E. When Nancy heard that she jumped .sons, L. A. Huff, of Kansas City; F. the valve and
| to carry-just turn strike
A shipment of bacon travelled from 'Johnston, manager of a moving picture I out,of the wagon and cried: M. Huff, of Altman, Fla., and two

Tampa to St. Petersburg at the rate theater in that city, who, the "Folks, I ain't gwyne no further; daughters, Mrs. T. L Wilson, of Bar- a match.

warrant alleges, operated the show the devil has got my Sam, he's in the tow, and Mrs. Daisy Armsted, of this
of 100 miles per hour a few days ago.
on the Sabbath contrary to law. Bond coffin with Sam, for I heard him say "\
The pork was in an airboat, and it is city.The
was furnished by the "movie" man in dah that this is the devil." remains have been prepared
said that this hog broke the record
.
F and the case will not be heard until She was last see going in the oppo- for burial by Undertaker Ed Gordon, '
for fast transit.
4 r the next term of the criminal court site direction as fast at it was possi- and will be shipped to Bartow, Fla., ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT CO.

W. M. Holloway, inspector of sites at DeLand. ble for her to go. tonight, where the funeral will be
At this juncture the negro gave held tomorrow afternoon. r
for federal buildings, is expected in
Lakeland within a few days to decide Believed to be what is left of the another lunge, kicking the top off the Gas DepartmentiMlllinilMMMmilMMMIMIilMMIIIMMMieM
I British schooner Gleanafton, aban- coffin, which caused the driver to throw FACED WITH CHARGE OF BIGAMY -
; the most practicable of the nu-
merous locations offered Uncle Sam doned after being stripped of her down the lines end light out throughthe I WOMAN TAKES POISON +

for his structure in the Polk county masts by a storm on the gulf Christ- bushes yelling for help. The negro .
x i preacher was almost ready to run Danville Ill. Jan. 16.-Mrs. Clara :
city. mas week and then set on fire by ,
some passing craft in the hope of de- when the "corpse" shoved and pushed B. Gillis died here today after taking t iMIIilHtmiHtliiMititlliMIIMMIIMMMMHtft

and finally raised as he did the with suicidal intent when 1
stroying the derelict, was towed into up poison con-
The Sumter Advance
: there will be from County the best informa-says Tampa harbor Monday. The revenue old parson and the crowd of negroes: fronted yesterday with the allegationthat L CI MIT & B BROSI TYPEWRITER[

tion obtainable at this time, three cutter :Miami picked up the hulk about ran away, howling, and as the supposed she had two husbands living. I ,
.dead man jumped from the The assert that although Mrs ,
a thousand acres planted in tomatoesand 100 miles out at sea. It contains per- wag police .
on the horses took fright and bolted. Gillis is only twenty-nine old
cucumbers in and around Web- haps 200,000 feet of lumber, which years ,
The "corpse" realizing that he was she has had five husbands three of
will be salvaged. ,
ster this season, the largest in its Think of everything that is modern and
the subject of the funeral, bolted too. whom she divorced. The woman refused -
r history.Six useful in construction then add
Hilda Mayne, nine years of age, Neither he nor Sam has been seen to make any statement before typewriter -

of died at the home of her parents in or heard of since, and Nancy still she died. 20 to 30 per cent for increased efficiencydue
negroes were occupants a
# big Cadillac touring car when it was Pensacola, Monday afternoon, from swears she knows the devil has got Mrs. Gillis was shown: a photo- to ball bearings---that is the '
Sam for. she heard the devil talking of herself the bride of Edward
the effects of acute burns which she graph as
t off ride"
run a bridge during a "joy
they were taking out of Tampa a few sustained while playing in front of the inside of Sam's coffin. Minges of South St. Paul, Minn. L. C. Smith $ Bros. Typewriter

nights ago. The car was stolen for fire New Year's day. The child's Nancy says "them mules what was Minges in a letter to a local newspaper
pulling that never will be safeto I stated that he had married "Miss"
the escapade, and was wrecked. Two mother was in the room when her wagon I
of the in jail. clothing ignited, but before she could drive again," and she says "there Gillis in St. Paul on December 20,
are
negroes
s extinguish the flame the child was ain't a negro in that road any more." and that she left him suddenly on f It is compact, complete, easy to operate,

1 The Sebring News is a new paper,, badly burned on all parts of the body December 26 with the explanationthat I durable, and proof against inexperience and
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em Her uncle in Danville ill. A carelessness.See
r being published from Sebring, DeSoto except the face. Little hope was en- was .
Court street. 12-5-tf few days later the sent him
tertained for her recovery.It on woman
county, by C. B. Treadway as editor
word that she would not return. us before buying, we can give you
and H. C. Brown, manager. In con-
tains eight pages, four columns to a I is rumored that Jim Foster and THE :MODEL HUSBAND WHOSE Minges wrote that he feared his the best deal and highest treatment than

f page, and is well filled with local Joe Thompson, colored, while ditch- FOOT SLIPPEDBy bride would contract debts in his any other typewriter concern.
ing at Snake creek, unearthed several name. He enclosed the photograph I I
news.
I thousand dollars. Joe Thompsonseems ( P. B.) which was identified by Mrs. Gillis' I Particulars upon request.. f'LI

to be the fortunate coon. After Once upon a time there was a Meek husband. Mrs. Gillis denied that she
Sales Manager R. P. Burton, of the
the finding of the treasure they start- and Lowly Individual that loved his had married Minges when confrontedby

Florida Citrus Exchange, says: Flor- ed for town. On some pretense neighbor as himself and paid his the police yesterday and then swal-
ida grapefruit will be selling $4 f. o.
Thompson induced Foster to to a Taxes. lowed poison.
go
b. cars within a short time and be- CI MIT & B BROSI
nearby farm house and borrow a His 2x4 World was bounded on the I I I II LIIIIIILIl UUI I
fore the end of the season will un-
grubbing hoe. The unsuspecting Fos- north by the Golden Rule, on the LAWYER DECLARES TITANIC
doubtedly reach a figure not experi-
enced in years." ter went and when he was on his way south by the Gent's Furnishing De- WAS UNSEAWORTHY 506 FLORIDA AVENUE TAMPA, FLORIDA

Thompson decamped with all the gold. partment, on the east by an Install-

Foster, it is said, will swear out a ment Bungalow and on the west by a London, Jan. 16.-The plea that the 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.r .
The Elks' greater, bigger and bet-. warrant for the arrest of Thompson. Straight-Backed Pew. Titanic was unseaworthy when she
:: minstrels in the Howell theater i in,
ter -Miami Note in Times-Union. While the ordinary Low Brows left England in April, 1912, on her -
Palatka last Friday night was a de- out fatal maiden which the lives
were Muffing good Sleep doping a trip cost -

cided success and drew a crowded :Miss Mary Louise Scales of Tampaand new System to Frog a Mutual Friend of over 1,500 people is to be advancedin

house. The Hello Bill boys never dis- Miss Clara McDonald of Gaines- and Cop Off the Iron Men, Our Hero a suit for damages brought againstthe 1

pensed entertainment in better form ville have returned from the student meditated upon the Climatic Advan- White Star line by Thomas White- llammond&Gore

in all their existence.At volunteer. conference held in Kansas tages of the Promised Land where a ley, one of the surviving stewards.He .

City, where they went as representatives Prospect could ,Annex a nice Corner sustained a fracture of the right

a meeting held in Quincy last of the college student body. Lot near the Pearly Gates without leg in the wreck.Whiteley's FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAlMERS.

Saturday a permanent organization Florida had but one other representative Signing Away his Birth Right to the counsel, Allen Clement i

'known as the Gadsden County Board a student from Columbia college Real Estate Pirates.He Edwards, a lawyer member of par REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

of Trade was organized. The membership Lake City. Miss :McDonald was couldn't see Vode-Veal with a liament, will also argue on behalf of

enrollment totals 200 live cit- entertained in a private home; Miss Field Glass and the Moving Picture his client that there was negligencein COMPARE

izens, with prospects of at least 100 Scales had the honor of being enter- Sin Holes were consigned to Outer the steering of the ill-fated vessel.

more within a very short time. tained at the Scarritt Bible school. Darkness along with the Lost Souls The hearing has been provisionallyfixed OUR FURNITURE

They are full of enthusiasm and joy who Flirted with the Brimstone la- for March 1. '

The many friends of Louis C. Vogt, of the meeting, where there were over goon every time they Slipped the """"We provide the quality of furniture that has long

of Eustis, Lake county, will be interested 5,000 student delegates and 1,500 vol- Necessary to the Dizzy Blonde Jit When duty calls, some people al. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the t

in the following which appeared. unteers. It was an inspiration to Grabber in the Plate Glass Coop. ways send word they are out. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. tIt
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in the Times-Union Wednesday: hear such great men as John R. Mott, When he craved a Wild Night of' wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make '

4 '"Louis C. Vogt, of Eustis, Lake coun- Robert E. Spear, Sherwood Eddy and Dissipation he would Drape his Ad- And we have begun to think that this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

ty, a popular employe of the govern- many others. One feature of a special am's Apple with a Two-Color Cravat, the tango, even at that, has more of this business, and that means much to any buyer.

ment printing office in Washington, interest was the telegrams that High Ball the Missus, and plunge into to do with the head than with the

c has just been promoted from the po- poured in from every nation of the the mad revelry of the "Sixth Annual feet. BLOCK ,

sition of linotype operator to that of earth. The students are preparingfor Oyster Supper and Sewing Bazaar of McMI & DAVIS ,

estimator and jacket writer at a a public meeting at which these the Ladies' Aid Society." Don't miss the Confederate ball at Cor.'Orange AV and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

handsome increase in salary." Mr. two young ladies will make their re- Others might Stalk the Festive the armory next Tuesday evening.

Voght is well thought of and highly port.-Tallahassee Note in Times- Squab but not for John Henry.He Admission one dollar. Excellent mu- L : Jt.

connected in Lake county. Union. was the Original VioletScentedDog sic and a fine supper.
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THE DEVIL SURE HAS GOT SAM.1 with the 45-Caliber Halo and the An excellent supper will be servedat Just at this time '*' ne can't help

STATE NEWS NOTES The January term of Duval county Non-Rustable Wings. the Confederate ball wondering whether $ $ selfbustinginterlocking
y court convened Monday, Judge Philips
Nancy Jones, a negress who livesa One day his Sparring Partner dida directors s will cut as!
docket of 514 cases.
I.facing a few miles from Wesson, Miss.in the Brodie to the Old Homestead to "It is truly possible to catch a cold many melons this year as the self-

(From the Gainesville Sun) country near a negro church and cem- swap Scandal with Mu-Maw and that by kissing," declares a famous phy busting trusts.

Eighteen thousand dollars will be D. T. Williams, a prominent business etery, says she is sure the devil hasher same night the Ty Cobb of the Model sician. Please pass the quinine and

spent by the Atlantic Coast Line in man of Milton, has resigned the husband, Sam, because she heard Husband League struck a slump.At mustard plasters.It What's the use of getting excitedover
'
a remodeling the old passenger depotin superintendency of the Methodist the devil say so, and she is at a loss 1 a. m. mounted a Table in aGoasFarasYouLikeCafe capital punishment? Last year

Tampa. Sunday school there after 25 years'unbroken to know why, as Sam was a good negro -i waved a looks as though Cape Horn will i there were 9,000 murders and homi-
service. Resolutions glowing and went to church regularly and Red Satin Slipper aloft, and deliveredan cides in this and
country only eighty-
f' faithfulness not be of any use, after the Panama
Work will be started very soon in with appreciation of his prayed and sang as much as any I Oration upon-"The Sterling Qual- canal is completed, to anybody but eight legal executions.The .
and regret over his retirementwere other deacon of his church. ities of the Chorus Maid.
Bartow on a new two-story brick the story writers.
: : business building. adopted.The She says she is going to leave that i He was Lit Up like a Sky Scraperand : announcement of Professor

place before the devil gets her, too. even the Finger Bowl Bandits
s Tiger skins are the latest fad in Doolittle that the world will last only
Children's Singing class of Several other she it "Beaut.
added
pronounced a
negroes, are
I Paris. New York has one it would 15,000,000 years longer should be a
Judge Alec Boatman is presidingover Jacksonville has been organized and packing up in a hurry to get away before There were still a few Unused
the belling to dispose of cheaply, but warning to the lawyers in the Harry
the United States court for is now busy preparing for the spring i the same devil who got Sam gets Vine Bottles in the Cracked Ice butt
unfortunately it"is still on the tiger. Thaw case to hurry
up.
southern district of Florida, in Jacksonville -
music festival which will be held in them. wasn't his fault.

t; owing to the illness of Judge that city in May. It is planned to Nancy says Sam, her husband, was And all the Broads claimed he was
j! Probably the trouble with those '
and then
Every now the federal
Call. have at least 200 children participatein above the average of his race. He got a Regular Guy.
I northwestern Indians who saidto
are
draws
affair the first of its kind Can't Deaconby government a check for a cent
this sick and died. During his illness his Moral-You Judge a
<<, The commissioners of Holmes ever attempted to be held in Jackson pastor and deacons and a large crowdof the Length of his Face. ; be destitute is that they have with as much ease and grace as it
neglected to get into the moving picture spends a billion.Ladies' .
.j. county have decided to establish three i ville. negroes were there to sit up with
; business. .
1'; free ferries on Choctawatchee river- him at the night he pased away. WELL KNOWN POLITICAL WORK. -

t_ one at Caryville, one at Cerro Gordo The selection of the site for the After his death another crowd was ER DIES SUDDENLYThe Ocklawaha Nurseries home of hair dressing, massage,
electric drier. Gem Barber
and one at Pitman Ferry. federal building at Key West will ]present to sit up with the corpse. Florida's best fruit trees, easily Shop.ampoo 1-2-tf:

soon be made, the money for the sit, There was a medical student in the Jacksonville Metropolis of yesterday reached from all parts of Orange,I I

The Kentucky Society in St. Pe- $80,000, having already been appro-I community who wanted a dead body gives the following account of Lake, Seminole, Osceola' and Volusia Warman Repairs and Retires Baby

tersburg have placed their organization priated by congress. There are many ;and told a negro he would pay $50 the death of F. A. Huff, who was counties by auto over hard surfaced I Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf

on record as being opposed to sites available, and the work can be for one. This negro was determinedto known all through the peninsular portion roads, most convenient for all planters -!

t_ the open saloon in the Sunshine City. done in a short time. No appropriation get that $50. There was another i of the state for his activity in and most reliable in Florida. W. T. ENTRICAN,

has been made as yet for the negro man in the community who was politics in former years: .Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Makes a specialty of painting, paper-

News that buildng. worthless and was drunk nearly all F. A. Huff, aged 65 years, Confed- Write for catalog. ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
f. The Daytona Daily says I Phone 636. 21.1m
the time. He was made intoxicated erate veteran and well known recruiting -
Florida railroad
the new Central of ,
by the who wanted the $50 and for the Florida East Coast
now in operation between Daytona, At a special meeting of the com- negro agent
.
left lying outside the gate of the dead for several foun .11111111111111111111111111111111111111101111111111""Kill
Daytona Beach and Seabreeze, handled missioners of the St. Augustine chamber railway years, was
2,300 people between those points ..or'commerce held Friday after- Sam's house. About 3 o'clock in the dead in his bed early this morning ata

last Sabbath. noon the board of county commis- morning he went up to where the negroes Bay street hotel. the Chill"All

sioners were heartily endorsed in the were sitting up and told them The investigation by the police is

t f A jewelry store in the heart ofPensacola's progressive move looking to the they could retire and get some sleep] said to have first pointed to suicideon

and of and he weuld sit up with Sam until account of certain mystery sur-
business section was financing building a complete indications point toward a cold win-
daylight. They were glad of the the death. It is stated by
robbed of $50 and quite a number of system of hard surfaced roads op- rounding
articles in stock last Sunday night. throughout St. Johns county. portunity and vacated the room. Then Coroner E. E. Willard, however, that ter this year and the best way to be comfortable
the who after the death result of heart fail-
man was $50 openedthe came as a
Entrance was gained by smashing a
display window. The Jennings Herald is a new Journalistic coffin, took Sam out and put the ure. It is learned that :Mr. Huff had on cold mornings and eveningsor

venture, business men and cit- intoxicated negro in the coffin and hid been complaining for several days of
during the day in office is to have a'
your
j At a recent meeting of the county izens of Jennings, Hamilton county, Sam away. ill health, and had telegraphed his relatives -
having subscribed suffcient stock to The funeral was to be early, some- regarding his condition.The .
ii- commissioners, brick paving was ordered -
fr on Ninth street, north, from the permit N. G. Buckley to launch the where about 9 o'clock, and when they i' deceased was a member of the REZNOR GAS HEATER
theJohn's paper. The first issue was out on the started to the cemetery Nancy insisted Francis F. Bartow camp of the United .
city limits of St. Petersburg to .
9th inst., and if succeeding weeks pro in sitting on Sam's coffin, which Cqnfederate Veterans, having takenan
road. : to and \
pass duce as good a paper the people there she did until they were in sight of the active part in the civil war. He They are cheap buy very economical -

will have little to : church. Then the negro began to had been a resident of this city for hour
At the recent election held in Avon cause complain.On 3 to 6 cents an according to the
wake and move around. Nancy; many years, residing with his wife at
s Park the proposition to bond that
on
district for $25,000 to build a new an affidavit sworn to by Rev.D. raised up and just then the drunken 2233 Hubbard street until recently, size-and are the cleanest and most con
negro gave another lunge and said, when he moved to a local hotel.
H. Rutter of the First
house the bonds carried pastor
school
by a
t. vote of 18 to, 8. Methodist church, Daytona, a capias "This is the devil." He leaves, besides his widow, two venient heating made. No wood, ashes oroil

has been issued and served on C. E. When Nancy heard that she jumped sons, L A. Huff, of Kansas City; F. to carry-just turn the valve and strikea
and cried M. ,Huff of Altman Fla. and two
""' Johnston, manager of a moving pic- out, of the wagon : ,
:, A shipment of bacon travelled from
Tampa to St. Petersburg at the rate ture theater in that city, who, the "Folks, I ain't gwyne no further; daughters, Mrs. T. L. Wilson, of Bar- match.
warrant alleges, operated the showon the devil has got my Sam, he's in the tow, and Mrs. Daisy Armsted, of this :
f of 100 miles per hour a few days ago. I
coffin with Sam, for I heard him say I \
the Sabbath contrary to law. Bond
t The pork was in an airboat, and it is city.The
in dah that this is the devil." remains have been prepared :
was furnished by the "movie"
said that this hog broke the record I man
I I and the case will not be heard until She was last see going in the oppo- :for burial by Undertaker Ed Gordon,
fast transit.W. .
nt for the next term of the criminal courtat site direction as fast at it was possi- ;and will be shipped to Bartow, Fla., ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT CO. \
; t
\\ 'M. Holloway, inspector of sites DeLand. ble for her to go. tonight, where the funeral will be :
held tomorrow afternoon.
At this juncture the negro gave
;; for federal buildings, is expected in \
f Lakeland within a few days to decide Believed to be what is left of the another lunge, kicking the top off the Gas Department
British schooner Gleanafton, abandoned coffin, which caused the driver to throw FACED WITH CHARGE OF BIGAMY .
the most practicable of the numerous -
down the lines and>> light out throughthe WOMAN TAKES POISON
after being stripped of her
4 locations offered Uncle Sam .HMIMIIIIIIIMI MtiimmiimiiiiMiiti
for his structure in the Polk county masts by a storm on the gulf Christ- bushes yelling for help. The ne.
mas week and then set on fire by gro preacher was almost ready to run Danville, 111., Jan. 16Mrs. Clara :
city.
F some passing craft in the hope of de- when the "corpse" shoved and pushed B. Gillis died here today after taking I tMHtllMtitttltiiiitllltllllllMMtMIMMIIIIIIiai

stroying the derelict, was towed into and finally raised up, as he did, the poison with suicidal intent when con-
The Sumter Advance
t there will be from County the best information says Tampa harbor Monday. The revenue old parson and the crowd of negroesran fronted yesterday with the allegationthat L C. SMIT & BROSI TYPEWRITER

obtainable at this time, three cutter Miami picked up the hulk about away, howling, and as the supposed she had two husbands living. I .

thousand acres planted in tomatoes 100 miles out at sea. It contains per- dead man jumped from the wagon The police assert that although Mrs. ,
the horses took fright and bolted. I Gillis is only twenty-nine old
,
and cucumbers in and around Web- haps 200,000 feet of lumber, which ,. years
The "corpse" realizing that he was she has had five husbands three of
will be salvaged ,
; ster this season, the largest in its Think of everything that is modern and
!'b the subject of the funeral, bolted too. whom she divorced. The woman refused -
history.Six useful in construction--then add
Hilda Mayne, nine years of age, Neither he nor Sam has been seen to make any statement before typewriter

of died at the home of her parents in or heard of since, and Nancy still she died. 20 to 30 per cent lor increased efficiencydue
negroes were occupants a
a big Cadillac touring car when it was Pensacola, Monday afternoon, from swears she knows the devil has got Mrs. Gillis was shown a photo- to ball bearings---that is the '

the effects of acute burns which she Sam, for. she heard the devil talking graph of herself as the bride of Ed-
run off a bridge during a "joy ride"they
were taking out of Tampa a few sustained while playing in front of the inside of Sam's coffin. ward Minges of South St. Paul, :Minn. L. C. Smith $ Bros. TypewriterIt

The stolen for fire New Year's day. The child's Nancy says "them mules what was I Minges in a letter to a local newspa.
nights ago. car was
the escapade, and was wrecked. Two mother was in the room when her pulling that wagon never will be safe I I per stated that he had married "Miss"I I
to drive again," and she "there Gillis in St. Paul December 20
dothing ignited, but before she could says on ,
of the in
negroes are jail. extinguish the flame the child was ain't a negro in that road any more." i and that she left him suddenly on I is compact, complete, easy to operate,

The Sebring News is a new paper, badly burned on all parts of the body December 26 with the explanation I! durable, and proof against inexperience and

being published from Sebring, DeSoto except the face. Little hope was en- Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em that her uncle in Danville was ill. A carelessness.See .
tertained for her on Court street. 12-5-tf few days later the woman sent him
county, by C. B. Treadway as editor recovery.
before buying we can give you
word that she would not return. us ,
and H. C. Brown, manager. In con-
Minges wrote that he feared his the best deal and highest treatment than
t tains eight pages, four columns to a It is rumored that Jim Foster and THE MODEL HUSBAND WHOSE

page, and is well filled with local Joe Thompson, colored, while ditch- FOOT SLIPPEDBy bride would contract debts in his any other typewriter concern '

news. ing at Snake creek, unearthed several name. He enclosed the photograph!

i thousand dollars. Joe Thompsonseems ( P. B.) which was identified by Mrs. Gillis'I Particulars upon request.

x b to be the fortunate coon. After Once upon a time there was a Meek husband. Mrs. Gillis denied that she'
Sales R. P. Burton of the
Manager ,
the finding of the treasure they start- and Lowly Individual that loved his had married Minges when confrontedby

Florida Citrus Exchange, says: Flor- ed for town. On some pretense neighbor as himself and paid his the police yesterday and then swal-

ida grapefruit will be selling $4 f. o. Thompson induced Foster to go to a Taxes. lowed poison. BROS1 n [WRlnR C CO1
t b. cars within a short time and before L C. MITH &
nearby farm house and borrow a His 2x4 World was bounded on, the I I
the end of the season will un-
grubbing hoe. The unsuspecting Fos- north by the Golden Rule, on the LAWYER DECLARES: TITANIC
doubtedly reach a figure not experienced -
in years" ter went and when he was on his way south by the Gent's Furnishing De- WAS UNSEAWORTHYLondon 506 FLORIDA AVENUE TAMPA, FLORIDA

Thompson decamped with all the gold. partment, on the east by an Install- .

Foster, it is said, will swear out a ment Bungalow and on the west by a Jan. 16.The plea that the 111111,1,11111111111111111111,1,1111111,111,11111 ..
The Elks' greater, bigger and bet- warrant for the arrest of Thompson. Straight-Backed Pew. Titanic was unseaworthy when she

ter minstrels in the Howell theater in Miami Note in TimesUnion.Miss While the ordinary Low Brows ]left England in April, 1912, on her

Palatka last Friday night was a decided -, were Muffing good Sleep doping out anew fatal maiden trip which cost the lives - _-.ii---

success and drew a crowded; Mary Louise Scales of Tampa System to Frog a Mutual Friend \\J of over 1,500 people is to be advancedin r "iUammond

house. The Hello Bill boys never dispensed and Miss Clara McDonald of Gaines- and Cop Off the Iron Men, Our Hero i a suit for damages brought againstthe

entertainment in better formin ville have returned from the student meditated upon the Climatic Advantages : 'White Star line by Thomas White- &Gore f1

all their existence.At volunteer. conference held in Kansas of the Promised Land where a :ley, one of the surviving stewards.He i
t I j
City, where they went as representatives Prospect could Annex a nice Corner sustained a fracture of the right

a meeting held in Quincy last of the college student body. I Lot near the Pearly Gates without .leg in the wreck.Whiteley's FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .

Saturday a permanent organization Florida had but one other representative Signing Away his Birth Right to the counsel, Allen Clement

known as the Gadsden County Boardof a student from Columbia college -Real- Estate-- Pirates.He -- Edwards, a lawyer member of par- VALUES LOW PRICES

Trade was organized. The mem- Lake City. Miss McDonald was couldn't see Vode-Veal with a 'liament, will also argue on behalf of

bership enrollment totals 200 live cit- entertained in a private home; Miss Field Glass and the Moving Picture his client that there was negligencein COMPARE

izens, with prospects of at least 100 Scales had the honor,of being enter- Sin Holes were consigned to Outer the steering of the ill-fated vessel.

more within a very short time. tained at the Scarritt Bible school Darkness along with the Lost Souls The hearing has been provisionallyfixed OUR FURNITURE

They are full of enthusiasm and joy .who Flirted with the Brimstone Lagoon for March 1. '

The many friends of Louis C. Vogt, of the meeting, where there were over every time they Slipped the -We provide the quality of furniture that has long

of Eustis, Lake county, will be interested 5,000 student delegates and 1,500; vol i. Necessary to the Dizzy Blonde Jit When duty calls, some people always ! been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the t

in the following which appearedin unteers. It was an inspiration to Grabber in the Plate Glass Coop. send word they are out. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

the Times-Union Wednesday: I hear such great men as John R. Mott, When he craved a Wild Night of It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make '

,"Louis C. Vogt, of Eustis, Lake coun- Robert E. Spear, Sherwood Eddy and Dissipation he would Drape his Ad- And we have begun to think that this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

ty, a, popular employe of the government many others.: One feature of a special am's Apple with a Two-Color Cravat: the tango, even at that, has more this business, and that means much to any buyer.

printing office in Washington, interest was the telegrams that High Ball the Missus, and plunge into to do with the head than with the

1 has just been promoted from the position poured in from every nation of the the mad revelry of the "Sixth Annual feet. DAVIS BLOCK

of linotype operator to that of earth. The students are preparingfor Oyster Supper and Sewing Bazaar of McNHLL & ,

estimator and jacket writer at a a public meeting at which these the Ladies' Aid Society." Don't miss the Confederate ball at Cor/Orange AV and Church St., Orlando Ha.

handsome increase in salary." Mr. two young ladies will make their re- Others might Stalk the Festive the armory next Tuesday evening.

Voght is well thought of and highly port.-Tallahassee Note in Times- Squab but not for John Henry.He Admission one dollar. Excellent mu- L : J

connected in Lake county. Union. was the Original VioletScentedDog sic and a fine supper.
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MONDAY Program for Week Beginning Monday, Jan. 19, 1914. THURSDAY,

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"For Another's Crime"-Reliance-Drama.( 2 reels., "Trapped in a Forest Fire"-American).
"What Might.Have Been"-Thanhouser-Drama. "Two Girls of the Hills"-Reliance). :
'. .. .. "Her Legacy"-(K.B.)..
FROM 2 P. M.-CONTINUOUS UNTIL 10 P. 31.

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FRIDAY
Divorce Scmdal-Amer.-SensaJion( ) l Drama. will find the pictures running at, .
"The Helping Hand"-Majestic-Ilfama.( ) The Frame-tip"-(Broncho). 2 reels I ,
"The Milkman's, Revenge'-(Thanhous&r)-Comedy. "\\eekly No. 46-(Mutual). .
THE
LUCERNE THEATER .

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"Romance and Duty"-Majestic). 2 reels ., "His First Case"-American).
: "The Four Hundred Dollar .
BilIs"-Reliance(
"Cohen Saves the FlagKeystone( ). Usual Good Music)" the Town Orchestra "His Uncle's Namesake"-Thanhouser). ) '.


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Pendleton, for fifteen years editor \: Osteopathic Physician
and part owner of the Macon Tele- .$. EXTRICAN 132 Orange Avenue W. M. SLEMONS
graph, died this morning at 7 o'clock Offers to Orlando the newest and best
after an illness of five weeks. Death I of workmanship in the painting and Next door to People's Bank,
was due primarily to Bright's disease.I decorating trade. Phone 636. up-stairs. Acute and chronic .
Louis Pendleton, of 12-21-lm diseases treated.Telephon&578.
who has done the burden PhiladeiPhia'l I- New Goods
rial work ever since his I Use the Sentinel want column .. I Arriving Daily
nection with the paper, is con.1 .
charge of the editorial I
but it is not expected that he will occupy -i .
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the position permanently. Col. SPECIAL SALE ,
Pendleton was 63 years of age: He

was born in Effingham county, and We sell' high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
served one term in the Georgia leg January 12th to 17th InclusiveON I
islature from Lowndes county. After- made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
wards he avoided political honors. He I
Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. :1
leaves a large family.
Pensacola Embroideries, Voiles and other Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. ,
in
Six seamen were jailed
r Saturday. They were from the Rus- Wash Materials & Co. Best place in the city to trade. 7a i 7b
sian ship Sineus, and were taken ,in
custody by order of the Russian vice-
consul Three were charged with deserting KSSESIAHLTOM DUNN '
and three with having "with- i
W. SLEMONS
drawn themselves from the disciplineof ,
the officers of the ship." .
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';' of the Condition of Heads the List of Nominations Sent y ,41 > .

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THESTATE

Baltimore, Jan. 17.-It became Statement as rendered to ==

kz I known here yesterday that the Rev. Comptroller of the Currency _

Michael F. Foley, rector of St. Paul's . January 13, 1914 -
BANK Catholic church, of Baltimore, heads "
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the list of nominations sent to Rome ResourcesLoans Ii
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Eli and Discounts ____$193,075.19 ==j
.of a,bishop to St. Augustine to .
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succeed the late .. Bonds -_________________ 98,390.61. -
r I of Orlando Bishop William J. '
Kenny.A : Banking House, Safety Deposit __
S Vaults and Fixtures ==
30,436.52 -
meeting' of the bishops of the
: Cash and Due from
1:: at the close of business January 15 1914 in compliancewith province of Baltimore, was held at _.;
; ; Banks _______ ?? _=-
Cardinal Gibbons' home on Wednes- -- ______ I....,I 09.1. _
Chapter. 6427, Laws of Florida. day. --
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White those at the council refused "... --=
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to divulge the names on the list, no Liabilities
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one would deny that Father Foley had
Loans and Discounts _$499,198.10 Capital $ 50,000.00
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been named after certain
Overdrafts 234.04 prominent Surplus _________________ 10,000.00 .
Stocks and Bonds .. 69,496.79 priests had, declared that such was Undivided Profits ________ 2700.76 __
the A rumor that would not
; Furniture and Fixtures 13,034.80 case. that Circulation _v ___________ 21,000.00 _
down became rife the second -
Real Estate 9,285.50 Bills Payable ____________ 45,000.00 .
Cash and Due from Banks 299,478.90 name on the list was that of Rev. Deposits ________________ 315,911.29 __
, Father Barry, of South Jacksonville, ,1

890728.13 but this could not be confirmed be- ,. $444,612.05 -
cause of a rule demanding that secrecy -
} .- LIABILITIES .. be maintained at the councils.

Capital Stock _. $ 50,000.00 Our Grov/ili IIE
Surplu 35.000.00 LARGE INSURANCE PAID FOR 'J

Undivided Earnings 4,211.78y LOSS OF CLYDE DOCKS ,' Deposits !
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Dividends Unpaid _*-_ 304.00
Deposits _i_ 801,212.35 Charleston, Jan. 17.-It became November 26, 1912 $ 74849.92 :

known yesterday that insurance companies February 4, 1913 128,884.60
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; $890,728.13 have paid the contractors April 4, 1913. 157,684.98
building the Clyde Line terminals .
June 9 1913. 185,875.96
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S. WATERS HOWE, Cashier. here the sum of about $50,500 on account -
qf the fire that damaged pier August 9, 1913 .I 213,061.50 ,j =

No. 2 on the afternoon of Monday, October' 21, 1913 255,752.86

December 15. Just after the blaze,
the most spectacular here in years, January 13, 1914, $315,911.29 I

Chief Behrens, of the fire department,

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MRS. MERLE McELROY HOSTESS GOLFERS SPENT PLEASANT DAY head of the contracting concern, after I III''ill III i I111 I ,I I I 1 i{I''I I + I li if iD glgiii;II IIIII{! ;iliPlllp''I I I I I IG'" ,;' IIII ql,,,I I'iiM! I II ,,;y, N III II,! I -I iI'I i-- :
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Another "Saturday Auction Bridge A number of enthusiastic golfers that he estimated the damage at $80- --- -- -------
club" met yesterday afternoon with j went out to the links at the Country 000. The '
Clyde Steamship
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Mrs. Merle McElroy, three tables of Club yesterday for a contest of skill, had been hoping to have pier No. 2 in (fIJIr. jJ

players being present.The ,since from those making highestscore active operation by the new year,
advisability of.adopting more the club team was to be formed. and the fire caused a severe setback 4
definite name was discussed, several But the high wind proved so greata It has never been determined how the

being suggested, the final selection disadvantage that it is probable a flames which quickly spread over pier

I probably be made at the,next meet- fresh trial will be made instead of No. 2 originated, though an inquiry I.

rating the players by their scores of was conducted. '\ IN EVERY ONEf
ing.Mrs.
Sylvan McElroy won the club yesterday. A picnic luncheon in the f .

prize, and Miss Ada Bumby 'received' .club house was much enjoyed by'some MANY VESSELS VISIT KEY WESTIN .of purchases from' will

a dainty souvenir as guest prize. of those interested in the games, the YEAR I o ; your us you, 0

The much enjoyed refreshments out door exercise proving a good ap

consisted of chicken patties, tomato petizer. Key West, Jan. 17.A summary of find originality NOTHING over

salad, hot rolls, coffee, and orange the marine work performed by the
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- sherbet with ,whipped cream. FELLOWSHIP TEA TO BE GIVENBY weather bureau vessels reporting sta done but harmony and good taste
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G Several guests shared this pleasant SUFFRAGE LEAGUE tion at Sand Key during 1913, pre-

t gathering, the players being Mrs. pared by local Forecaster Boyer, V.combined.. Come and see.
Harriet Miller, Mrs. LeRoy Giles, Mrs. Come one, come all shows that 2,159 vessels reported. The .

, Brittain, Mrs. Sylvan McElroy, Mrs Where? To the fellowship tea most of these vessels were steamers I o O

Weathersby, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, Mrs. given by the Equal Suffrage Leagueat entering the gulf of Mexico, few sail-

s J. N. McElroy, Miss Ruth McIlvaine, the home of Mrs. Mahlon Gote on ing vessels and comparatively few

Miss Ada Bumby, Miss Drennen, of Lucerne Circle. east bound steamers report. Orders & Oft Jewelers

:'; Birmingham, Miss Maggie Hart, and When? Friday, January 24, 1914, were transferred to 170 vessels, 191 ALLEN

Mrs. Merle McElroy. at 3 o'clock. special notifications were telegraphedowners ,
Next Saturday this club is to meet Why? To hear this popular sub- and"agents and assistance was

with Mrs. Merle McElroy. ject discussed,from all viewpoints.What rendered three vessels. The pation-

then? Light refreshments.ST. alities of the 2,159] vessels were: n Everything Guaranteed. Reliable Repairing nIICIi

MRS. MALLORY GAVE AFTER. United States, 1,096; British, 753; ICICI
NOON AT TEA ROOM LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe German, 141; Norwegian, 42; Italian; : If If =

f 39; Austro-Hungarian, 23; Dutch, 14; .
The Saturday Auction Bridge club Very Rev Campbell Gray, Spanish and French, 11 each; Cuban,
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Tea Room yesterday, Mrs. A. D. Mai-, Second Sunday after Epiphany. tian, 3; Mexican and Brazilian, 1 each.
tory being hostess. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m Greenville Audience Greatly Pleased

From the four tables of interested Morning prayer, 10:30 o'clock. SENATOR FLETCHER GIVES ACCOUNT With Coburn's Minstrels I' Oc1aalla[J Nursery ri,ice
the Grand Satur-
After playing at
players the honor of highest score Holy Eucharist and sermon, 11 a. m\ OF STEWARDSHIP J.
and the A.i
was 'won by Mrs. Carmack; and after Choral evensong and sermon, 7:30p. day'afternoon night I ICoburn's
Minstrels left :
the games a delicious two course m. Tampa, Jan. 17.-United States, Greater
luncheon was served Mrs. Cornish, The Rev. Herbert Cary-Elwes will Senator D. U. Fletcher'of Jackson- Greenville, more popular, probably I .

who has charge of the Tea Room, having preach in the morning j the dean in ville is here in the interest of his than ever before. The performances j
: ''frequently demonstrated her the evening.Mrs. campaign. The senator made an ad- were up to the high standard water) Has always been accepted in.Orange County the

. marked efficiency in this line. W. L. Nutter will sing at the dress here before the business men mark in every particular, and pleaseda best'to be obtained. No one has ever complained

' Those present were Mrs. Reichard, morning service. at the board of trade rooms. One of good sized house in the afternoonand I and no oneever will, because our trees are the best
Mrs. McIlvaine, 'Mrs. Through the week the Eucharist the main his a much larger one at night.
Mrs. Chalfant, ; daily purposes of visit is to
I and cheapest (in the end) possible to
men"
I Carmack, Mrs. Robt. Howe, Mrs. Ab- at 7 a. m., except on Thursday and refute the charges, which he declaresare The leading "funny were procure.
ernethy, Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Mrs. W. Friday, when Dean Gray 'will be 'ab- unfounded, that he is responsiblefor Governor Bowen and Nick Glynn. In
Who heard of who-
connection with other members of the ever one untrue to name or
t M. Davis, Mrs. C. W. Smith, Mrs. V. the making of Jacksonville head- .
i P. Corwin, Mrs. S. A. Johnson, Mrs. sent.The Junior: Daughters meet at 4 quarters for the customs district of troupe, and in individual numbers ever heard of an ignored claim? .

Thos. Brodwater, Miss Mallory, Miss p. m. on Thursday. Choir rehearsal Florida in face of the fact that Tam- where they had the stage to them-
' Romaine Clark, Miss Buckingham, Friday evening at 7:30. pa is the main customs of the stateto selves, these premier come4ians We offer you first choice from the largest stockin

and Mrs. A. D. Mallory.' the extent that this city sends to formed a most important and most the world for this season's planting and your suc

COBURN'S' MINSTRELS MONDAYThe Uncle Sam's treasury in customs laughable portion of the rendered production.The cess with our stock is already assured when your

AFTERNOON TEA IN HONOR OF mere announcement that Co- nearly three times as much as all of musical selections by'
the "International Four," Messrs. McCarthy grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per.
\ MRS. DICKENSON burn and his talented aggregationof the other ports of the state combined.
Sampson, Lucas and McGee, sonal inspection ol land when requested on
burnt cork artists will appear at your any r4

Mrs. H. A. Vivian entertained very the Orlando opera house, tomorrow, BEAUTIFUL CALENDARS were greatly enjoyed.The cred- planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto
was a highly
performance
with afternoon tea Monday night, should be sufficient to No more beautiful calendars have
delightfully an
finish and planters of large In fact the best
itable one from.start to acreage. very ,
yesterday in honor of her house guest, pack the house. They are genuine been issued by any firm than those
left the Greenville audience with a of and 0 \V. Conner behind it all.
Mrs. J. M. Dickenson, formerly a res- favorites in Orlando and have never which have been distributed by the everything .
ident here, whose friends gladly failed to please the large audiences: Orlando Real 'Estate company. Theyare warm feeling for the Coburn aggre-.
+; availed themselves of this opportu- which always greet them upon their beautiful in design and the execution gation.-Greenville (S .C.) Courier.At
.is the of the the Orlando opera house, Monday -
highest perfection
nity to welcome her anew. appearance in this city.
night, January 19th. Seats on ADDRESSOCKLAAIIA
The guests were seated in the sun Seats on sale at Butt's Candy printing art.
sale at Butt's Candy Kitchen.
parlor, which was decorated with pot- Kitchen.
The Confederate ball at the armory
ted plants.A
particularly beautiful lace coyer "MUTT AND JEFF' next Tuesday evening will be one of SOUGHT DEATH TOGETHER NURSERIES
table forming a rich the most pleasant social affairs'of the RATHER THAN BE SEPARATED
adorned the tea The "Mutt and Jeff" show was
the bowls of delicate pink entire season. Everybody is invited.
setting for greeted by a big house last night and Special to the Sentinel
roses and of violets. the antics of the two "funny men" Admission one dollar. DeKalb, Ind., Jan. 17.-Because

Miss May Harden assisted Mrs. made famous all over the country by ARCADE RESTAURANT steps had been taken to annul their Dept. 23, Tangerine, Fla.

- Vivian, this informal gathering prov- Bud Fisher, were quite amusing, and marriage, Jack Aldis and his brideof l'IIIIIIIII
ing most enjoyable for all present. the performance seemed very pleas- Sunday Dinner-30c. a few weeks committed suicide today IIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'lllllllllllllw

ing to the audience.-Ocala Banner. MENU by drinking carbolic acid. Lockedin t
Cream of Chicken Soup editor of the Sentinel acknowl. LIVING
The above attraction will the died ina The PICTURESOrlando's
MENDELSSOHN CLUB appear at Lettuce Celery each others arms couple
'- the Orlando opera house Wednesday, Roast Chicken, Sage Dressing few minutes. Aldis, who is 25, had edges receipt of a copy of a special has written poet a poem, Mr.on Victor Ponce Starbuck de Leon,

The rehearsal of the MendelssohnClub January 21stReengagements Cranberry Jelly married his niece, of 18. Because of edition of the Houston Post sent him which will be read and illustrated at

which is to be held at the Rest :Mashed Potatoes Cornbread Rice their relationship considerable criti. by Mr. Henry Gauthier, who is now in the 1-17-tf.Lucerne theater on February 3rd.

4 and Tea Room Tuesday, January 20, are a mark of ap- Creamed Cauliflower Spiced Yams cism had been aroused, and when they the Texas city attending a'conventionof -
has been called for 7:30, so that those preciation. Maud Powell again, Jan- Macaroni au Gratin ascertained that stepshad: been takento
Apple Pie Chocolate Pie decided the bricklayers' union as, a, dele. If you want the news, read the
to
wishing to attend the Confederateball uary 28. Auspices Methodist Baraca annul the marriage they
Vanila Ice Cream Cake Sentinel
may do so. class. 1.15.11t Tea Coffee' die together. gate from Orlando.
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