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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 24, 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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Volume ID: VID00312
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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

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



VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1914. NUMBER 298.I .




TAX ASSESSOR[ BUTT'SAYS y WilL L BE[ SEMINOLE,[ HmIJfD[ INDIANS S TO BE EXAliAlFI "CLYDE INDIAN[ BLUE B BORN[ SHIRT"IN ORLANDO NAME OF f T TRUST 1 BINS Will L BE f GIVEN[ WWEEKS '



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COMPELLED I 10 RAISE f ASSESSMENTS f Osceola Have County Billy Making Bowlegs Preparationsto and Young While Squaw Father Gives Entertains Birth to Baby Of f H HERRING\ IN COMMITTEE ,

Others Here in February Crowd at Theater



MUST COMPLY- WITH DE. MORE R[ PLEASED[D WITH THE 11Y'S legs It and is probable other members that Mr.of Billy the Seminole Bow.- who Chief has Red been Eagle giving, the performances Sioux Indian at MOTION fOR NEWTRIAL[ lIS MADE! ALL INTERESTED- PARTIES


MANDS OF STATE TAX APPEARANCE[ I Indian tribe will be present at the Favorite theater this week, is the II IN 8AXTB_ COW CASE WILL HAVE CHANCETO j'

COMMISSION the South Florida :Midwinter exposi- proud father of a' baby chief, the i BE HEARD

tion to be given in Orlando February papoose having arrived Thursday I I

D. W. Ranlett, Old Timer,Notes With 17-21. afternoon while his father was enter- I Case Will Be Taken to the Supreme

Pleasure Progress of the Mr. Bowlegs is a personal friendof taining a packed house at the theater Court by Attorneys for 1

[EELS[[ S SORRY FOR f R I[ PEOPLE[ Classic City Mr. James L. Wilson, of Kissimmee with his wonderful feats in manipu- Defense PRfSlDfNrS BILLS CRITICiSm

who has an excellent collectionof lating a lariat and performing other

Mr. D. W. Ranlett arrived in Or- Seminole weapons, cooking uten- acts of expertness gained in his ranch The case against Arnold Baxter, I

INCREASE OF ASSESSMENTSWILL lando Thursday from St. Johnsburg, sils and curios presented him from life at the Rosebud .reservation in tried at the first term of the circuit DEMOCRATS IN BOTH HOUSES

Vermont, and will spend some time time to time by Mr. Bowlegs and other South Dakota. I j I court ever held in Seminole county,
BRING
OPINION
IN HIS CLAIM THAT THEY FAIL TO
here with his sister, Mrs. 'W. C.. Sherman members of the tribe. Mr. Bowlegs When Manager Miller of the Favor-N I'and destined to be one of the most -,

ABOUT AN INEVITABLE on South Main street. is a member of\the Kissimmee ite discovered what had happened he I i famous cow cases ever heard in Florida STRIKE EFFECTIVELY

INCREASE IN TAXES Thirty years ago Mr. Ranlett spent!,i'board of trade, having been proposed released the chief from his obligations I J,[i will be taken to the supreme AT THE TRUST EVIL 1

his winters in Orlando and operated a !I[for membership by Mr. Willson. The to perform, so that he could be with :J:court by the defendant's attorneys,

Tax Assessor Arthur Butt has ca- bon-ton cafe, where the Hammond & I|,Kissimmee board is the only body of his squaw, Sky Eagle, at their quar-'!'Messrs. LeRoy B. Giles and Edwin A. Special to the Sentinel.Washington .
I r Jan. 23.Antitrustbills j-
pitulated to the demands of the state Bunch store now stands. In the sum- the kind in Florida which has a Seminole ters over Nicholson's bakery. Red Davis. Mr. Giles returned to Orlando -

tax commission, and will increase the mer he conducted an up-to-date hotelin I I I member, and Mr. Willson is one Eagle arrived just in time to be pres- yesterday, but Mr. Davis remained regulating interlocking director-

assessments .of property in Orange Bethlehem, N. H. !Iof I the very few white men who has ent at the christening, which after the ','at Sanford to put in a motion for a ates and defining restraint of trade
were introduced in the house by Rep
county. Mr. Ranlett is greatly pleased with the full confidence and friendship of tradition of the Indians is a simple new trial. t

Without explanation or excuse this the city. The cleanliness and solidityof (the Indians. Only recently Mr. Bow- but picturesque custom. The first ob- :I The trial of the case began Monday resentative Stanley of Kentucky, j

is what the assessor has decided that its business streets, the bright and legs visited Mr. Willson at his home ject that attracts the attention of the'. and continued until Thursday chairman of the steel trust investigating 1

he must do, in view of the order of I handsome look of the buildings and 'and spent several days with him. mother after the arrival of the babe I night, a large number of witnesses the committee. The bills were sent to 1
interstate
the commission and their authority to the happy and prosperous people I The fair directors have assurance is the name given it. When Sky : being introduced, and the legal points and foreign commerce
committee, and will be considered in 1
bring about an enforcement of the speak volumes for the modern prog-I|from the Osceola county fair commissioners Eagle opened her eyes Thursday being stubbornly contested on both
connection with the
other bills. t
order.It ress of this wonderful inland city. I that they will make an afternoon they fell first upon the I sides. A verdict of guilty was returned -
In his bill on restraint of trade 1
should be stated in justice to Mr. Ranlett has been delighted to ; Indian exhibit and bring some real blue shirt of Red Eagle as he stood :. and eleven other indictments ,

Assessor Butt that his attitude to- meet so many of his former friends dive; Indians with them besides Editor near her marveling at the wonderful are pending against Baxter. The entire Representative Stanley provides for

ward the order of the commission has and recalls memories of thirty years.jTriplett of the Kissimmee Valley Ga- pilgrimage that the stork had madeto day Thursday was given to the who personal has recovery been by any individual j
I injured in business
never been one of antagonism. He ago. zette. him here in Orlando, and the young arguments of counsel. J

questioned the wisdom of it without I Sioux brave was thereupon named George A. DeCottes opened for the through ruinous methods employed by ;
II I corporations. The burden of the d
further legislation which would guar- Clyde Blue Shirt. state and was followed by L B. Giles,
with the REV GEORGE R. STUART PREDICTS TRAIN ROBBER R [ PERFORMS BY proof that. no restraint of trade exists n
antee lower millage pro- The couple passed through Jack- and E. W. Davis for the defense, the tJ
posed increased valuations. He has STATE WIll GO DRY sonville last week, having an engage- 'state closing by fervid presentationof I is placed on the accused. His ';
I PROXY R OF f A NEGRO[ O PORTER : anti-trust bill contains a similar =
never been able to see how an in- ment at one of the theaters there. all the evidence by Hon. Cary D. pro ;,
vision.
crease of valuations would not be followed Rev., George R. Stuart entertaineda The manager of the Lubin motion pic- : Landis, state's attorney for the sev-

by an increase in the amountof large audience at the Orlando op-,,"Scuse Me Boss, But Here's Gen'man ture company seized the opportunityto enth judicial district. The jury was Chairman Adamson of the inter- ;

taxes to be paid by the people, and era house last night. Though the j i Who Says for You to Give engage them to perform before his out for about two hours and it is understood state and foreign commerce committee -
he does not see it yet, but he does not weather much the took personal charge of the trust i
against
was success Him Yo' Monej" camera, and it was only a few days that they stood five for conviction -
see how he can defy the order of the of the lecture, the noted speakerwas I ago that Sky Eagle, the mother, rode and one for acquittal when legislation today, calling in his substi- ';
tute committee for
I commission. He believes the mem- greeted by a well filled house, <: Chicago, Jan. 23.-With the"assist thirty-five miles horseback at break- they went into the jury room. This held conference. lIe ;
interviews
personal with
bers are working with a view to and his remarks predicting the sweep- ance .of two reluctant, but badly neck speed for a picture which will one for acquittal was soon won over tor Newlands of the senate Sena- .

equalizing taxes throughout the state, ing of the state for prohibition by scared porters, a lone-bandit held up later appear with the Lubin stamp. 'land the verdict eventuated as men- commerce
and this is a proposition with ,whichhe 1916 warmly Mr. committee, and Chairman Clayton of
were applauded.
is chief and tioned above.
four passengers on the. rear sleeper Red Eagle a was recently -
is in hearty accord, though he, may Stuart interlarded his speech on pro- of the Michigan Central passenger called to Washington by Pres- I This was a case that every stock- the house judiciary committee. _

doubt the wisdom of the method em- hibition with many amusing stories, I train due here from Detroit at 7:30 ident Wilson for a consultation con- ;: man in this portion of Florida was weeks'Chairman Clayton will give two

ployed to attain that object. and those who heard him enjoyed an ,a o'clock this morning. It was a seriocomic cerning the affairs of his tribe. He : interested in. Baxter, himself a consideration- to the federal f

In view of the fact that the as- evening of rare entertainment as well affair, which netted the bandit and his wife are 'intelligent, refinedto o stockman, began the selling of dressed trade commission bill, as recommended
valuations for the entire I'I by the president. Before the biil:
sessed coun- as one of profit. I and markets in Orlando
something under $300. a degree, speak good English.The beef to Winter
less than those of Orlando is reported out of the committee ev-u ;
ty are The speaking began with the intro-I I The robber entered the train at arrival of Clyde Blue Shirt forced Park and Altamonte Springs, at
alone, Mr. Butt is forced to the Conclusion duction of Mr. C. W. Crooke ery interested party will be heard.
,
super- cancel their at to be lower than
(Jackson, Mich., and left it about fif- them to engagement I prices purported
that something must be done intendent of the Anti-Saloon Leagueof I teen minutes later, when one of the the Favorite, but they will appear' current market rates?'his operations Democrats in both houses today 't

by way of an increase. The differenceis Florida, by Mr. L. G. S rbuck. : porters signalled, for the emergency there at some time in the near future. covering several head of. cattle per condemned the administration trust .;

one which can not be reasonably Mr. Crooke, after a few remarks con.i*brakes. I week. His slaughter pens were located bills with the assertion that they

explained, and it would not take the cerning the work of the league, intro-I T. Meritts, porter of the car attacked : three miles and a half north- failed to strike effectively at the trust
G HHAlS MAY B BECOME[ [ POLICE r [
commission long to discover the dis
duced Mr. Stuart. The exercises were
was the first to view the rob- : east of Winter Park, near Lake Howell evil.The

crepancy. opened with prayer by Rev. Dr. Edw.T. ber, who pointed a pistol at him and in Seminole county. A bull, it is president's capacity for driving
"I for the said COMMISSIONER OF f NEW YORK I through tariff and
". feel sorry people, Poulson. handed him a bag. alleged, was discovered in Baxter's congress currency "
i Mr. Butt yesterday in discussing the Messrs. Crooke and Stuart, who are bills of his own choosing prevents
"Here, said the intruder, "you go pens which bore the mark of Jesse
t subject, "for they will have to bear openly expressed criticism of the
accompanied by Mrs. Crooke and Mrs. I
ahead and wake the passengers. Tell Sends Mayor Mitchel Conditions Upon Bumby, a stockman residing at Or-
the burden. The people always have Stuart, were met at the train by a measures urged by him. Democratic
'em there's a robber wants their Which He Will Accept Place lando. This circumstance was fol- i
to but I don't see that I I senators said, however, that they .
i pay rave reception committee composed of the
J money. No monkey business; I've got Recently Tendered lowed by the arrest of Baxter. The
any option but to follow the orders ofF following citizens: N. P. Yowell, W. hoped as the discussion progressedthat
three or four pals with me. I sheriff and his assistants went out to
.i the commission and raise the valua- R. O'Neal, W. S. Branch, Rev. J. E. the president would see that the e
I Meritts took the bag or hat-he Special to the Sentinel. the Baxter place and remained over
F tions. The commission has me figuratively Wray, Rev. J. W. Stagg, Rev. _Ed- is not sure which, but thinks it was a I New York, Jan. 23.-Mayor Mitchelof night apd turned their horses loosein bills introduced by Clayton in the

t by the hind leg, and I can't ward T. Poulson, H. 'H. Dickson, E. :i bag, and shook the occupant of the New York said tonight that he had the pasture or yard. One of them house were weak and impotent.

do anything else." G. Duckworth, W. E. Martin, Col. T. : first berth he came to. tendered the police commissionershipto bogged down in a soft place, which

!"... Mr. Butt will attend the meeting of J. Watkins, L G. Starbuck, F. N.I "Excuse me, sir," said the porter, Col. Goethals of the Panama canal impelled the officers to make a slight PRfSIDfNrS WifE CONTESTS TITlE TO

; the tax assessors to be held in Jacksonville Boardman, E. H. Walker, B. M. Rob- shortly after he was elected mayor.
"but there's a man here says give him excavation in this spot, which resulted TRACT
\. f February 2, at which some inson, F. N. Phillips, S. E. Ives, E. H.I your money." He received from CoIrCoethals todaya i in'finding a cow hide buried some OF [lAND

l conclusion will be reached as to what Gore, J. L. Guernsey, J. A. Knox, "Aw, quit your kidding and let me qualified acceptance. Two obstacles two feet below the surface. This Los
Angeles, Cal., an. 23.When
action the assessors will take in re- W. P. Watson, and W. M. Slem ns. sleep!" came the angry reply from stand in the way. First, he will I caused a more thorough investigationto the

gard to the commission's demand that the berth. not consent to leave Panama until the be made and when finished thirteen hearing regarding the rights of

I value.taxes be assessed at their true cash IWO CANDIDATES mR B BOND TRUSTEE "Tell him I'm a real robber with a final completion of the canal the lat- hides had been discovered, none of acres Mrs. WoodroW of land in Wilson the Coachella to title to valleywas sixty

gun," interposed the bandit, who ter part of the year; second, he asks which bore Baxter's brand and all of
resumed today before officials
of
t Will BE VOTED DN TODAY poked the weapon between the cur- for an amendment permitting the them but one being females. Upon the local government land office,-indications -

tains whereat there tinkle of court to restore members of the police this evidence going to the grand jury,
was a
WARlOW[ [ELECTED GRAND were that the would
J JUNIOR WARDEN case be
Clerk C. A. Boone .
Acting City yes[:I coins falling into the receptacle in the force who have been dismissed for the twelve indictments were found against taken under advisement before

l IN MASONIC GRAND l LODGE terday prepared the ballots for the I I porter's hands. good of the service. Baxter, and the trial which was com- The hearing was begun yesterdayat night.
election to be held today for bond I
the first
pleted Thursday was one
I I the instigation of John T.
trustee to fill the vacancy on thE HAS NOT NOTIFIED WASHINGTON of these to be tried, there King,
With glowing reports of the grand board caused by the resignation of CITY C COMMISSIONERS[ CHOOSE f THE OF INTENDED CHANGE being eleven charges others to be taken ac- of Thermal, Cal., acting for Mrs, Wil
lodge of Masons which closed its sessions son. The most important piece of evidence -
Mr. E. F. Sperry the first of the year. SENTINEL AS OFFICIAL PAPER count of.
in Jacksonville Thursday, the to be introduced today, according -
There are two candidates, Mr. Special to the Sentinel.Washington
members of the order who attended Jan. 23.Confirmationof to King, certified
was a copy of
Chauncey Holt and :Mr. J. T. Hen- The city commissioners yesterday I
from Orlando returned yesterday. dricks. The election will be held at awarded the city printing to the Sen- the reported appointment of Col.TWO CANDIDATES fOR S SUPERYISOR R AND ;'the deed held by President Wilson to

Judge T. Picton Warlow was elected ; George Goethals to be police commissioner the, land, which it was claimed was
the fire station, and the polls will be :tinel, making this the official MAY BE B[ ANmHffiThere
grand junior warden. The electionwas paper of New York couldn't be had given to him by Mrs. Wilson. The
open at eight o'clock this morning.The of the board and for the city
one of the,most exciting ever held paper here tonight. Major General. Wood I latter obtained title from her sister,
position $200 a two avowed candidatesfor
pays year. departments. This is the first time are
in a grand lodge, 241 ballots being said he had received no word from Mrs. Margaret A. Elliott, wife of a
\ the Sentinel has been given the city t supervisor of registration to suc-
taken before an election was declared. Goethals that he intended to leave the member of the faculty of Stanford
} printing. It was not a question of ceed Mr. W. L. Dolive, whose resig-
REVOLUTION AT HAYTI CAUSES
Those who attended from Orange army. University, who purchased it it was
I favoritism, however, for the printing nation becomes effective February 1,
STATE DEPT. TROUBLESpecial
county were Messrs. L. L Payne, said, to use in date culture.
\ was let to the lowest bidder and the and it is possible that there will be
who was reappointed .deputy district SCARLET FEVER AND ;,MALL. President Wilson's title to the prop-
if. award was made to the Sentinel be- another. The two referred to are
;. grand master, Chas. P. Dow, H. P. to the SentineLWashington POX AMONG MEXICANS erty, which is valued at about $8,000,
H. Williams and C. M.
cause its bid was lower. I Messrs. F.
Leu, Louis C. Massey, T. Picton War. Jan. 23.The revolu- is contested by Mrs. C. Hensie and
It the
low, J. E. Petris and J. R. Womble. tion at Hayti is causing the state department EATS TWENTY-EIGHT RAW EGGS :Special to the Sentinel I streets Brodwater.yesterday was that reported the friends on of Homer L Goddard, both of Los An-

The election of officers resulted considerable trouble. Sec- Tex. Jan. 23"-One geles.
as El Paso, case
CoL F. X. Schuller would insist that
consultation $ IX LESS THAN MINUTE
follows: retary Bryan today held .. of scarlet fever and two cases of Mrs. Hensie claims to have home-
candidate. The
Grand master, Cephas L. Wilson, of with the Haytien minister.. The smallpox have been discovered by he become a county steaded the property after a forfeiture
Special to the Sentinel committee has been called to meet
Marianna. rebels hav ecaptured Cape Haytien, Winston Salem, N. C., Jan. 23. army physicians: among the Mexican next Saturday, January 31, to act on by King.

Grand senior warden, A. S. York, where Americans hold large interests.The Edward Shous ate twenty-eight raw federal prisoners at Fort Bliss, and the matter.

of Live Oak. cruiser Nashville is reported to- eggs in less than a minute today, the camps have been quarantined. NAMES POSTMASTERS IN THREE

Y Grand junior warden, T. Picton day at Cape Haytien. She is betweenthe beating the world's record. The pre- Patients with contagious diseases will STATE WIDE PROHIBITION BILL FLORIDA TOWNS

Warlow, of Orlando. rebels who have captured the city vious record was twenty-four eggs be isolated as fast as discovered. IN SOUTH CAROLINA -
and a Haytien warship with six hun-
Grand treasurer, Henry Robinson, eaten recently by a man at Big Stone Washington, Jan. 23.-The presi-
dred Haytien federals aboard.
of Jacksonville. Gap, Va. THE WEATHER Special to the Sentinel dent today appointed these Florida

Grand secretary, William P. Web- Columbia, S. C., Jan. 23.-Senator postmasters: James L. Love, Delray:

.} ster of Jacksonville. New novels on our 50 cent table The largest acreage in the history Florida: Rain Saturday. Sunday, Carlisle introduced in the state senate Luther E. McCall, High Springs;

: Grand chaplain, W. B. Y. Wilkie; of for that library. We have one for of Arcadia is to be planted to vege- :generally fair; colder in north and today a bill providing for state wide Robt. F. Rogers, Ocala; Sarah E.

Jacksonville., you. Curtis &; O'Neal tables this spring. P PI central portions. prohibition by a referendum vote. Douglas, Lake Butler.




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i The New York World in a recent
issue had a very illuminating articleon I OcL1aalia NilfEery Serce S Today at

"Dancing as an Art, as, a Diver-
sion and Bad Habit.
as a
And there you have the story.
MONTGOMERY in PICTURE Co's
To some dancing is an art. To oth-
;' ers it is a simple diversion, while to
Has always been accepted in Orange County as the
still others it is a very bad habit.
The point where thinking people spliton best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand

the dancing question is whether no oneever will, because our trees are the best Grand Theatre
bad habit it is
because of the the art. neces. and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
to
sary slay 'BRONCHO BILLY'S ELOPEMENT," An Essany drama featuring
The same situation arises when
bridge whist is considered. Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who- G. M. Anderson. You all know Broncho Billy and Mr. Anderson. .

/. That game is art with some, a diversion ever heard of an ignored claim? "THE EVIL EYE," in two parts, one of the greatest Mexican dramasever

great many with more others it ,is while a bad habit.with a We offer you first choice trom the largest stockin produced, featuring Romaine Fielding.Last .

Just what dancing or bridge means the world for this season's planting and your suck appearance in Orlando of Hodges Brothers and Ross in their clean,

to any one depends upon the individ- cess with our stock is already assured when your clever comedy and song hits. Remember, it's your last chance to hear these boys.
ual attitude of mind. As the writer
in the World suggests, some men give grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per Continuous Performance 3:30: to 10 p. m.

a touch of impropriety to the incident sonal inspection ol your land when requested on any

every time they touch a woman's planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto ii
hand, and yet that practice will hard- Children 5c PRICIS{ TODAY Adults lOc
ly be discontinued on that account. planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best

Regarding dancing, it must be ac- of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.

:, knowledged that it is an art-an art Coming week of January 26th. MISS RUTH PEARL, dainty singer of
as old as the ages. It would appearto week's
sweet songs. Special one engagement.
'
be wiser to drive at the abuses,
t therefore, than it is to attempt to ADDRESS --.

abolish the uses. NEXT TUESDAY JANUARY Kliene the
27th, George presents Photo

make There bad wilt habits always out of be the people arts. With who O OCKLAAIIA N NURSERIES R [ [ Drama Company's Production of

some habit.people With painting many an is alleged simply a musi-bad "THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII"in

cian singing is an atrociously 'bad 6 parts. Made at Pompeii, Italy, from Lord Bulwer Lytton's Novel. $250,000
, habit. But in all such the art 23 Fla.MIIMIillMmUMIIMMIMIIMIMMMIIMilililiif
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production. One hour and a half to show this wonderful film, the same picturethat
should be preserved and the habit re-
$1.00 admission was charged for in New York.
strained as much as ,possible.

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Press association remarked that
there are in Missouri 300 publishers New -Modern For Economy and purchase -
who do not make over $12 per week.

Nearby states have an equal number, House block from W RIG HTTY power of your money
one CO
it is said. REAL & SEED
They work seventy to eighty hours FOR REAL ESTATE' "Try Wright's" Farm

per week. Lucerne Circle. Thats Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
When the followers of so fine a Florida

'.:.' profession are to a large extent sod I Orlando bulk. "Motto" Quantity

poorly paid some grievous fault exists Helen Wright Owner
Is it the editor's fault or the and Quality.Fresh .

public's? It can h-rdly be the latter, 113 AMERICA STREET Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 ce.nts 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
in these daIs when the farmer drivesa
motor car, when painter and car- iilllllllllllllllT cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

; penter earn 50 to 100 per cent. more dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30

than a few years ago. LOOK OUT FOR THEM WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents pint.

The editor, like the farmer, has Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

prided himself on his individuality.The Burglars and pickpockets have been Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
farmer plants himself on the sod making some rich hauls in St. Peters- Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

of his farm and glories in kingshipover burg and they will soon be wending I ,

all he surveys. Similarly the their way toward Orlando. Look out I
editor feels that his smeared type .
for them.I.
cases and dusty desk are a little em- FIRE INSURANCE

pire all his own. The paper may be of
pioneer'resident
W. Phillips a
smoochy, its columns made up with a night froman
died last Friday
shovel, but it is "his," and not all the Tampa He was 61
Rockefellers can change it. attack of apoplexy. liEfto Success
he
Mississippi.
old and a native of : (
years
This defiant isolation has been pic- D
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turesque. In some phases it has he- NOTICE THE Ujl 1VE.RJSAL CAR eOUNTRYIIEALE5Aff
roic elements, as when the editor -

speaks out in meetin' for things that with All the persons late Jacob having Shanibarger goods stored, at arrived car load [ Ci I, JANSEM ,

to him seen good and true. Most of 10 East Church street, Orlando, are Just IMPROVED AND.
the time it has meant simply that his hereby notified to remove same before FORDS for immediate i / iOTARY
I forstorage.
be sold
1st, or they will UNIHPHOVEPORLANDO
children have quit at the high school February uollc I
.
while the other fellow's went to col P. M. SHANIBARGER, Adm'r.v delivery.Get FLORIDA.
1-14-lw Pine Castle, Fla.
lege.There ,
will never be trusts in the I yours now.F. .

newspaper business. But the pub Subscribe for the Sentinel. Office in Rock Building N. ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Joan Hotel
lisher who sells his space and infor- RUSH
G. ,
mation service for prices that leave .
him stranded in the remotest back Phone 226AAA'
Dr. BucKmaster
eddies of prosperity is a fool and he
knows it better than any one else. -
The state press associations should ElectricallyEquipped
Osteopathic Physician I
take up the problem of giving the V !

;. country editor an adequate reward 132 Orange Avenue .
for his incalculably beneficial service. S \
But he must stand up in his boots and Next door to People's Bank,

demand his own rights like a man. up-stairs. Acute and chronic .fI'

,,- diseases treated.Telephone !

Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em 578. I, :
I
on Court street. 12-5-tf I o l


MMIimtMlttttttlllimiltMf HUM* i Jill III

Two-Sixty Standard Model
The motorcycle nlae
greatest
Just Received ever tchieved 7 H.P. Twin
: equipped with Electric Head Light<< ,Electric Tail Ufht.Electric Signal,
Two Sets Storage<< Bacteria and Corbin-Brown Rear-Dme Speedomet
.UIIIMMIIIII'IIIIMIIIIIIllMIMIir t ere Pru J26000. See Catalog for detailed detention.


Another Shipment of i :I THE MARKET : Cl11UJU1It cfl.MOTOCYCLES'' .


: FOR 1914

:, RlNOR[ GAS DA[ IR[ L I Of Cleanliness Of Quality :I I 60,000 brand new red machines will go out over the Indian

II : trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle produc-
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
I I: I tion in the history of the industry. _,
I...
: ::: FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with ".Thirty-Eight Better
This is the fourth order this ments for 19141"! Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
I !I.. Kept under the best sanitary conditions. Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
selling fast . completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
winter and
: they are : Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
i so place order now while : and pure. head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat.
your
teries, electric signal, Corbin-Brown rear-drive speedometer.

[. they last and be prepared for the : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have I t You cannot folly realize the 1914 India without i thorough study of the 1914 i
: everything in the Meat Line. Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facto that all motor
u >' cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
, next cold spell, $4.50 and $6.50. Catalog 'the moat interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read.

r ij The PARLOR MARKET The 1914 line of Indian Motocydes consists of:

k --- i 4 H.P. Single Service Model.............................$200.00
I 7 H.P. Twin Two'Twenty.Five, Regular Model......... 225.00 -
7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00
H. M. Self & Co. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model...................... 260.00
i LIGHT CO 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 275.00
LAWATER[ & 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
PINE STREET 7 H.P.Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00
Price F.O.B. Factory
Phone No. 80 ; ,

( Gas Department .., i i '1 C. R.Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla.: Ui.1 .

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evening minstrel for the benefit show given of the Saturday Athletic [ELECTRIC l[ VACUUM CLEANER l[ [

ered every association in way.the was gymnasium A large a great audience and success testifiedby gath-in ORLANDO N O BANK & TRUST COMPANY


their laughter and applause their
enjoyment of the many good local Orlando Florida.Condition .
jokes and' the singing. The singingwas
especially good, the circle being at the close of business December 31, 1913 Have your room or house

L composed almost exclusively of the RESOURCES
members of the Glee club, and the cleaned without dust or troubleof
four end men acquitted themselves Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . .., . . . $403,080.10 -A.

well of the task of delivering the various : Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 moving furniture .
jokes. Prof. E. S. Palmer act : Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33 '
Cash on Hand and in Banks .200,946.57
ed as interlocutor, the end men were I
Prof. Berkeley Blackman, F. L : Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
Froemke, R. W. Greene, and J. J. : The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex- i

Moore, and the remaining men were 1 $656,382.24
E. K. Harris, Robert Hutchinson, P. : LIABILITIES perienced man. -

L. Thornton, D. II. Fordham, Roland : Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
Barze, R. A. Lake, C. G. Tilden, and : Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35214.86
C. F. McCardell. The entertainment 1 Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38 SEE THEM FOR TERMS;I IT
netted a neat sum for the expenses of :

the Athletic association. : $656,382.24
On Sunday evening, in the Congregational :

church, the choir gave a ,: Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68

praise by service a large which number was greatly of those enjoyed : Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . .. . . . . . $521,167.38 T e rl[ f [l[ Tm L ''I""lnc.! .

who love music. The choir, :
good Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70
which is directed by Prof. Pope, head :
of the school of music of the college, The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust CHURCH STREET :
and composed mainly of pupils of the Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
department, rendered beautifully four friends, and the citizens of. Orlando to the above statement.The .,111111,1111111111111111,111,1.0.1111,111111'n 1
fine anthems, Dudley Buck's Short Te management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects j
Deum in D, J. L Frank's "0 Lord t the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in t tt
Most Holy," "0 Holy Saviour," by : this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and MtMiMiiniMiiiiiMiiiiiiigiflntHimmmiimSeveral
Allum, and Bruno Huhn's "The Lord strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful ;
Is Great. Miss Wallace played on statements to its patrons.

the violin the widely known "Medi M. M. SMITH, President ;
tation," from Massenet's opera Thais, : M Sacrifice rrice
and Miss Irene Thoren and Prof. Pope W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier a

duet, "Be Thou
sang a magnificent
.iiifliiiiin
Exalted, 'Lord," by Bruno Huhn. A fiiMtii IIHIiitiHIIMHMH

collection was taken for the purchase : 0 j
of new music for the choir. ." ... .....IMIMIIIHfr liHItlimiMMIIMMItltMlliiMHilitHIFresli '
On Tuesday evening the meeting of a
the Y. M. C. A. was addressed by Mr. 1
choice lots for immediate sale. Located
just
CandiesButter
R. H.' Mansfield, of Okaushee, Wisconsin

who spoke on Electricity. His : one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved -

subject matter was the practical applications Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb. with sidewalk and fruit j
trees.
of electricity, rather than Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. lb. One of the choicest i
any abstract scientific aspects of the Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c.. lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . . 40c.. lb. locations in Orlando. 3
subject. He brought vividly before Menthal Drops . . . . . . . . 20c.. Ib. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . 40c.. Ib. .d
iL,_1.aarers the methods of using the Hoarhound . . . . . . .
Drops 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. lb.
motor, pointing out the efficiency con : The Price is Right
siderations which cause it to supplant I Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . 20c. lb.Chocolate Almonds 1
: Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
in so many cases other forms of
prime movers, and touched also lightly Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams f
on the subject of the telegraph, telephone I Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filbertsand

and wireless, together with many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.
the therapeutic uses to which electric : Ice Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any II R mm Ci
ity can be put The talk was exceed : quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one 1 Li )
ingly interesting to the young men, : through our factory. ,
and also very profitable. The leaders '
of the Y. M. C. A. deserve much com : HOT DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH Phone 504 Watkins Block '
mendation for the list of speakers :
DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.
have secured to address
whom they and :I Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . . . . 10c.
the association, and the interest 14111111111111,111111,11,111111,1111111111111111,11,.
enthusiasm they have stirred up Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc. I
Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . 10c.
within the student body., The asso- : Hot Lemonade . . . . . . . . . lOc. t flMilMMi i :
ciation is stronger than it has been Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c. 11111111111111111111111111111 II I"t ,

in many years, and bids fair to continue I Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . 10c. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c.1ayei .
in the good work during the : ! The Altamonte I

year to come. Candy Co., ::1

THE CODE OF CO-OPERATION I 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.
A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlanctoor A. >
Live and let live. C. L.
I.lllllllllllllllllallllllllllll IIIIII'11111111111111111111111111111111111111.II R.R.) Come out and'get the best
The greatest good to the greatest ; ; m dinner served In Inte-
. rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

number.The law of love is the highest law MNfNi , most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
of life. We live but once-why not i ; ; high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
IMIMMIilMMMIIIIIt II j! ; Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc
I
live high? l. Cot'S il ; ; ; ";" Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improvements
I I I -
To get is good, if the getting is fair, ; ; Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
but to serve is better.
4MHIMIIIIMM ; ; Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.!
My property should not mean your


loss.The work. glory of the game is in team GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer

To each according to his worth, not OrlandoWater ( Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.

according to his strength.A i , ., .
happy human soul is 'earth's fin
est product; and happiness comes & Light Co.

., I through selfishness.brotherhood, not through. WE MAKE IT OUR BUSINESSTo

Live and let live.-Cincinnati Post.
II Electricity supply particular Stationery, Office

:EVERY ONE SUFFERIXG'WITH Supplies and Blank Books for particular .
SEVERE COLDS Gas Water Ice peo
_ For the last week everybody in Orlando pIe.
\ seems to have a severe cold, anda .
real bad cold is about the most annoying
We try to please even the
have. It most fastid-
thing a person can
is said that colds are contagious, and Office:---No. 18 West Central Avenue
it must be true, for when one personin ious, and will welcome enquiries about the
a family catches a cold, the rest of

the Lots family of people generally in Orlando has one say also.De- Telephone No. 6IIIMIIMlMHIMItlMIIIMMMillilillMMillHMIIMiliMMMIMti special goods you have not been able to pro-

Laney & Abernethy make a cold cure, cure elsewhere.Our .
called D. C. Capsules, which only
takes a few doses to break up the
most severe cold. 123tfFOR .MMiMMMIMMMMMMIMMIIMimiltMMMMIIMIMMMIMIMIM. staple line comprises enough to fill

SALE all ordinary demands.Our .

Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Florida's : prices will bring future orders. -
ten acres of garden land, one hun best fruit trees, easily reached'
dred bearing orange trees, small from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi W. S. BRANCH
house and barn. Price $2,500. ,
Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by:) j Just ReceivedNew
in grove, four hundred bearing trees, auto over hard surfaced roads, most The Arcade Book and Music Store
and two hundred young budded grape convenient for all planters and most]
fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit I --
reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nurseries -
now on trees. Price $3,200. t If you want to sell anything, 'remember
Fla. Write for cat- i line of Foulards Crepes
Tangerine
WE FIT
Eighty acres twenty-five acres iI j I ; the Sentinel want columns. GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
cleared and fenced, house and out alog.
AND
buildings. Price $1,500. j I :Everybody reads it DO ALL KINDS OF
Twenty acres on lake front, well : : and other Spring materials. OPTICAL REPAIRING
located, three hundred bearing orange W. T. EXTRICAX, I
trees. Price $2,200. I IMHIMMtiMMIIIMMDRS .
Twenty acres good fruit land on Makes a specialty of painting, paper I 4 ,.
lake front, two acres bearing orange ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.! MISSES HAULM & DUNN WM. HARPER i
Phone 636. 1-21-lm' .
prove, good six room house. Price 1
$1,000. I ,, (JOSEPHINE HARPER
Twenty-five acres bearing orange OSTEOPATHSOldestEstabushed
grove located on lake front within the I
city limits. Ideal location for"subdi i I Automobile For Hire Practice In DR. L H. RAMSDELL
vision. Price $10,500.J. ; Agents for Barclay Corsets Orlando
OPTOMETRIST
f E. CRAWFORDOffice : I New Five Passenger ; 19 W. Church Street Up-Stairs
i over Blue Drug Store McCall's Patterns : Confutation and Examination (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking)
f 117 S. Orange Avenue PHONE 419L: | II FreeIMHimililllllllMMt .
ORLANDO
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Phone
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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy of St. Paul this suggesting the missionary original piping may have been suffi-
Greatest Grove Bar-
THE PLACES Of WORSHIP :
( W. S. Branch) duties of a bishop. Dr. Mann cient for the original service and you
South Florida Sentinel may have increased beyond capacity.
We sometimes hear people telling was for many years a popular rectorin
Or the be
piping ,may theoretically in Florida.Located
4 MORNING AND WEEKLY that living is much cheaper in England FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Kansas City, and afterwards bish-, sufficient and yet have a water pocket gain .

v JOSUH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. than in America, but we read ina This church extends its hospitality I op of North Dakota. He is a ripe .in it or be nearly filled with rust.

London paper this morning of the to the public. We shall be glad to :scholar and a convincing and instructive I If you are not getting good service in the famous Auburn-
Entered at the postoffice! at Orlando Florida I there is a reason.
as Second Clan flail Hatter. sale of fresh strawberries sent from have you participate in all our relig- : preacher. The public will be cordially However, it is useless to discuss dale and Winter Haven district.

hot houses in France, selling in the ious services and.varied activities. If I [ welcomed.-Tampa Times. these questions. We submit this prop- I 21-2 acres ten-year-old budded
t TO ADVERTISERS
:
great Londan markets at $10 a pound. you have no church home, we cordially osition: grapefruit, small packing house
Copy for display and all other hand-iet The same paper told of the recent invite you to be at home with us. VOLUSIA WILL MAKE EXHIBIT If you are not getting satisfactorygas I and a five room bungalow. Two
be handed in the basincMffice
advertising mat at service and will file a written
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. sale of a pair of black foxes to a The pastor will be glad to serve you DeLand, Fla., Jan. 23.-The boardof complaint at our office stating plainly blocks from depot. Five acres

to the chance day before for publication.contract advertising Thai rule:applies it U fancier for $45,000. A menu made up as friend and minister. I county commissioners have selectedas your difficulty we will inspect your seven year old trees, five acres

1 Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. of black fox pie and strawberry short- Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas- : their: agent for, the county, ErnestL. stoves and heaters and your service of two to seven year old trees,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: cake would.be_enough to make Rocke- . Rowland, in getting up the exhibitfor piping. what We is will report to you in !and five acres being cleared. All
tor.Mr. writing to be doneto
One Year ............ .........$5.00 feller complain at the high cost of Samuel A. Newell, superintendent : the midwinter fair to be held at supply your service necessary with good gas I trees in perfect order and buddedto

Six Months ...... ....... .... 2.50 living. I of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. I Orlando, February 17 to 21. He, will and plenty of it. grapefruit, pineapple and late

Three Months ........ .. ....... 1.25 I W. Phillips, director of the choir; Mr. I enter upon his duties at once. Boardsof If you will follow our directions and Valencia oranges. Owner a non-

In Advance. A gentleman who is having some I Will S. Branch, organist. trade, women's clubs and all civic do good not get as all you the want gas we you will want pay andas the resident and forced to sell at

land cleared for an orange grove sev- Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Classes :associations are to act in concert with bill for the changes. This offer is I once. Any reasonable terms can

SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1914. en or eight miles from town is hav-'I .for all ages and teachers with well 'the county agent in getitng up a made to all gas consumers. If you I be made. Will take Orlando residence C ,

ing the wood put in piles and burnedon prepared lessons. splendid exhibit from every sectionof can suggest a fairer one we will or business property as

The Tampa Tribune'hopes that the ,the ground to get it out of the Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and I the county. good make gas it. We in our know mains we have and plenty we wantto of+I part trade. Price for all $12,500.

Orlando fair this year will be the best way. He says the cost of cutting it 7:30 p. m., with the pastor in the get it to you.

ever. The Tribune guessed right. It and hauling it to town equals all he pulpit. TO GAS CONSUMERS: We have made this offer to several Cooper AthaExclusive

.is going to be much larger and betterin could sell it for, leaving no profit for Young People's meeting at 6:30 p: While the great majority of our gas vice that were and getting in every unsatisfactory instance perfect ser-

every respect. Hope the Tribune the material. With brick roads this m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president. customers are getting good and satisfactory satisfaction has resulted, which shows Agents

will send somebody up to see it and will all be changed, for the same Prayer and fellowship meeting on service, some are not. As very conclusively that the trouble is
be thoroughly convinced.The horse or team could haul twice, and Wednesday night. soon as complaint was made to the not with the quality of the gas but 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.
commissioners we began an investi- with the local service.
o possibly three times as much to a All seats are free. Inspiring music. :gation and have found that in
I every Orlando FloridaHtMttlMIIMMStimtM
load, thereby reducing the final cost Messages on live subjects. Welcome! instance the trouble is local. Our gas ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. -
Tampa Tribune has discoveredthe 124.2t
by at least a third. all comes from one holder and all are
following literary curiosity whichcan METHODIST CHURCHAt getting the same quality of gas.
be read back and forth and up- Your trouble is insufficient service !
side down: Some man with a penchant for ( the Grand) piping, faulty plumbing, or incorrect Take your repairing to Warman on

figures has made an estimate that if J. E. Wray, pastor. adjustment of the burners. Your Court street. 125tfMlimiliiMMMttiltliiMllttiMtMltmtilMMIM !
Should all ?
we
worry there was a railroad to the sun, the Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. Auto ml
We should worry, all. I Supreffle i
time consumed by a train in makingthe Howard, superintendent.
All worry, should we? "
round trip would be 175 years, "Are We to Have an Open Sunday ,
Worry all we should.
and the fare would be five million dol- in Orlando," Dr. Wray's subject at
o lars. "All aboard for the sun. Get 11 a. m.Epworth. ; .A. Y. FUt.LER R. L FOX : The oil that has

The Lakeland Telegram says that your tickets in advance. "Special League, 6:45 p. m.; J. M. stood the
Uncle Sam is the finest old fellow in I rates to excursion parties." Burden, president. THE PALMS AUTO COREO su-

the world for taking in the Mexican "Invitations to the Wedding Feast"is preme test

refugees and giving them free lodg- A person who never rises and goes the pastor's subject at 7:30 p. m. MOTOR CARS

; ing and shelter. It is freely admitted out into the open before sunrise misses This is "sermon No. 18" of his pop- --
---
THAT -
that Uncle Sam is a fine fellow, buthe's a pleasant sensation and
very many ular revival series to young people on
For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
charging up the board bill of sights that are not visible at any "Orange Blossoms."

those refugees at the rate of twenty- other hour of ,the twenty-four. Justat Special music.Everybody full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof

five hundred dollars a day, and some present nature is in her merriest most cordially invited.ST. Goo Gulf Gasoline
day somebody will have to pay. mood between five and six o'clock in competent repair'men.. All our work is absolutely

o the morning, and it is worth while to LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe guaranteed.

Rube Allyn of the Sarasota Sun see how your community and your Very Rev. Campbell' Gray,

.' wants Jack Stockton and Dune. neighbor's front and back yards look dean.

Fletcher to run down to Sarasota so at this bewitching hour. Also )"ou' Third Sunday after Epiphany.

that he can take a look at them; he may see people then that you will Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a. m. THE PALMS AUTO CO ; P. G. WALTON, Agt.

promises to support the best looking. not see at any other hour. They go Sunday school, 9:30. i

That proposition doesn't worry eitherof to their work early and do not return Morning prayer, 10:30. .

the candidates; each thinks he has until after dark. Holy Eucharist and sermon, 11:00. FULLER &FOX, Proprietors.IIMIIMIMIIIIIMIIIMtMHMIimmilllillllllM. I ; PHONES 4502694IIIIMIMillHIMIIIMf
i
the advantage, and_ is dead sure of Choral evensong and sermon, 7:30p.
getting Rube's vote. Pity that Rube Some one asked the other day what m. (I .

couldn't think of something to puzzle had become of the old fashioned perfect Bishop Gray will be celebrant at

'em. red apple, without spot or blemish the mid-day service, and the dean will

and a flavor that was as entrancing preach on the "Conversion of St.
S. o
as the beauty of the fruit. We Paul."
This is the last day of the third
can not answer, but suppose this ap- At 7 a. m. on Monday Dean Gray
week since the registration books ple has gone with the old fashioned will hold his last early Eucharist before -

opened, and less than two hundred custard pie that was two inches thick, leaving for his new field.

and fifty names have been entered on the old fashioned, salt rising, satisfying ,

the lists from the two Orlando pre- bread, the old fashioned sweet ,. '
UNITARIAN CHURCH : T .
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cincts. There twelve
are probably cider made from real apples, the old (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) '. .>

hundred, or more, voters in these pre- fashioned cream that would pile up in Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. ....
r cincts. With the end of next week
big thick wrinkles when it was Subject of morning sermon, "Why I
, 4
a one-half of the time for keeping the "skum," the old fashioned girl that Am a Unitarian." Service at 11 ,Man is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry.

books open will have expired. Since had her gowns made to cover her body o'clock. .
the books opened three weeks ago The majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule
instead of
displaying it, and the old Poetry hour at 10 o'clock Monday

j the Sentinel has daily urged the voters fashioned housewife who never played morning. Mrs. Christ, leader. not as expensive jewelry as ladies, but of necessity he has
to visit the registration office at ......
bridge nor belonged to a club. Unity Circle on Wednesday after-
i, the court house and see that their noon at 3 o'clock. Book review by to wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring,

names were properly Kill entered. If theydon't dis- The entire financial transactions of Helen Wilson Starbuck: "The Wind cuff links, vest chain and numerous other articles are all
do it they voluntarily the city of London are paid at one Before the Dawn," by Dell Munger.

franchise themselves, and there is clearing house. For the year 1913 Annual meeting on Thursday even-: to be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men's

good reason why it shouldn't be de these amounted to eighty billions of ing, January 29, at the Tea and Rest
jewelry. Quality the best. Stocks the largest. I
the ,
At registration
layed. present
dollars, or as the English have a way Room. Election of officers and reviewof : )
' officer can attend to it promptly, and of saying it, sixteen thousand million year's work. All who are inter-
with ease. During the last week or pounds. An mind has
ordinary little
ested are cordially invited. Supper, .> -.
two there will be a great rush, and it ;
comprehension of such
an amount of 50 cents, served at 6:30. .--. ,
may be necessary for voters,to make money as that. ,::... a. ;

several trips ,to the office, or wait for CATHOLIC CHURCH r S )

some time before the officer can reach C. W. Westcott has purchased sev- Third Sunday after Epiphany. \
them. If it comes to a matter of hav- eral hundred felt cut-out letters which
Sunday school, 9 a. m. ,
ing to'go several times there is a he will have
sewed on to his horse Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. .
chance of being left off the list.
blankets for use at the fair. Mr. No evening service.

o Westcott calls his string of trotters

An Indiana editor has induced his and their stables the "Florida Sta-
BISHOP CAMERON MANN
representative in congress to intro- bles," and practically every visitor at

duce a bill of interest to publishers the fair will have an opportunity to
Sunday next will be an interestingday T.H.Evans the Jeweler "
all over the country, particularly the see the fine stock and their decora- in the Episcopal churches of
of It tions.
publishers country papers. ,
Tampa, when the Right Rev. Dr.
seeks to restore the privilege of exchanging 000
Cameron Mann, recently appointed
for trans The latest argument against prohi-
advertising OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
space
visit
bishop of southern Florida, will
portation. The Hepburn act approved bition of the liquor traffic is that it
this city for the first time. At 11 ..
June 29, 1906, Abrogated this ex- would "ruin the barrel making indus-
o'clock he will preach in St. Andrew'schurch
change between railroads and news- try of several states." That is a good EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGOrlando's
and at 7:30 p. m. in St. John'sbythe.Sea. -
papers. The larger papers were ben- deal like advocating the annulment of -
The occasion is a most
efited by it, for they continued to get the present laws against murder be-
Sunday this is
apropriate one, as year
advertising from'the railroads and got cause these laws interfere with the
also the day set apart by the churchin :
,_ cash for it. The result was that the traffic in guns'and stilletos, not to commemoration of the conversion
railroads ceased to advertise in the mention razors.

country papers. The railroads couldn't -
Favorite Shopping Place
afford to pay cash to all the newspa-I

. pers throughout the country for advertising -
New Studebakers HereFour
but they could afford to are

give transportation. The readers of 1--z---
the small papers were denied the information Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar RE2'cday 1 2 .A.1NT :

concerning schedules, and $1,115.1Four

the publisher was forced to pay for
Cylinder Landau-Roadster 1265. SaturdayEvery
w his occasional trips to the city. The ,

concrete result of the law has been Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,

one concerned-the of inconvenience public,to the all railroadsand parties $1,640. Remnant we have in stock ranging from 1-2

the publishers-without any visible Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All to 6 and 7 yards, at less than half price.

benefits. The Sentinel has always Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and

believed the law invalid, and starter--and every up-to-day equipment. Come Goods

was never able to see the alleged evil around and see them. Silks Dress Wash Goods

in the exchange alluded to. It is ,

quite different from granting passes \ .

f to legislators, judges and other pub- San Juan Garage Co. Etc., :Etc., Etc.

lic officials. There is no specific or

legitimate service that such can ren-

der in exchange for transportation.If All Night ServiceAJAX i

a railroad wishes to exchange : E. :tvES
transportation for newspaper space :hI.I.A.EJ:01N: 3

we fail to see wherein congress has TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five

c the constitutional right to prohibit it. S. Orange Avenue Orlando .
per cent off for cash, ;
The exchange is of one valuable consideration -

s : for another. .


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WADE ;. BISHOP Bishop TODAY and AND Mrs.MRS FOR'Mann MANN TAMPA leave LEAVE the REBEKAH OFFICERSThe LODGE INSTALLS j rF voiiTET aD AiiiEIi { j Remember these prices

on
THE TUNER '" fast train this afternoon for Tampa, Rebekah lodge, No- 12, installed B. E MILLER, Manager $ 'I
ORLANDO FLA. -- this week
where he will make his first visitation new officers Thursday night, I II good only.
Matinee M. 3
2 to 10 P.
to the three Episcopal congrega- with Mrs. Daughtry, the retiring no- I Ii.

tions tomorrow, expecting to be in St. ble grand,-presiding. The officers to i. Admission 5 cents I

Boston Brown Bread at Rock's Andrew's church for the morning ser serve for the following year are: DQllDQDQll CDQll QDQll QDQllDQQ ;!

Bakery. It vice, St. John's-by-the-Sea in the Mrs. A. H. Gauthier, noble grand; Program I I

Mr. George Cortelyou, of New York afternoon, and at the "House of Mrs. Geo. Barker, vice grand; Mrs. "The Unknown" (Victor) \i Tie Yoe11-Buckortli Co.

city, is registered at the San.Juan. Prayer" in the evening. They will Dale, secretary; Mrs. Eaton, treasurer An absorbing Victor playlet \
be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. ; Mrs. Carter, chaplain; Mrs. "Animated Weekly": (Universal) !
Mr. Geo. A. Mawrman,
a prominentreal
Gillette, and will be absent two or Martin Zeller, conductor; Mrs. D. L Weekly current events I

estate dealer of. Palatka, spent three days, intending to include a Hawley, warden; :Mrs. Drawdy, right "His Brother's Wives" (Nestor) Orlando's Largest Store
in Orlando.Mr.
yesterday brief glimpse of St. Petersburg and supporter to noble grand; Mrs. W. H. A side-splitting comedy I

Jesse Ciark, one of Gainesville's other nearby points. Foster, left supporter to noble grand; Coming Monday! "Quality Did It"
popular knights of the grip, is spending
Mrs. Chas. Philips, right supporter to "The Dead Secret" (Monopol) i
today in Orlando.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stanton of *
vice grand; Mrs. J. T. Dale, left sup- In three parts, featuring :Marion I
Louis G. Shepard, an all round Philadelphia, arrived'in Orlando yes- porter to vice grand. Leonard, adapted from the book t...MHIHMMMMtMMMIMIMfttMliMililMtMI .
New York has terday and are registered at the San After the installation stew
athlete from city, arrived oyster by Wilkie Collins. The greatest I

in Orlando to spend some time. Juan. was served in the dining room and a special feature the :Monopol company i' MIIMIttlMMMMtlMtiMMIMMMitHillMfililitiFor

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, Messrs. Harry Clarke and Wy L. pleasant social hour was enjoyed by has ever produced.

shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Shenkland, of Amarosa' Iowa, are all present. II I

Shop. 1-2-tf among the late arrivals at the San "ARE WE TO HAVE AX OPEX Rent
I
Juan.
Miss Alice G. Slemons arrived yes LIFTING THE LID SUNDAY IX ORLAXDO?" 1

terday from Jonesboro, Tenn., on a Mrs. Mahlon Gore left on the Seaboard -

visit to her brother, Mr. W. M. Siemens. train last evening for Jack- Some time ago the beautiful little Dr. Wray, the Methodist pastor, ';1
sonville to meet Mr. and Mrs. Chas.A. .
protests against the proposed "Sun-
city of Orlando was closed so tight on
On Sunday morning, February 1, Borman and daughter, Miss Nor- Sunday that no one was allowed to day Opening in Orlando," and Will' Furnished house Lake ; .1
ma, who will return with her today on
preach on the subject Sunday morn-
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon will speak on think for fear it would make a loud
for a visit in her home. Mrs. Bor-
ing at the Grand. The public most
'The Right and Wrong Use of Sun- noise and the Orlando Citizen in vir- I
man is a niece of Mrs. Gore, and a cordially invited. Lucerne March 15th to No-
day. tuous vein stated that Orlando would I 1
sister of Miss Emma Hainer.Mr. .
V Messrs. W. S. Powell, J. N. Miller always have the lid on, no matter

y and S. S. Orings, of Maryland, are in : George Barr, one of Orlando's I whether the tourists wanted, a cigaror BOND: TRUSTEE' I; : vember 1st. j
prominent winter residents, returned
Orlando today, guests of the San newspaper on Sunday or not and jJ
yesterday from Greenville, S. C., We are authorized to announce the j
Juan. i i that the Herald was off color becauseit name of Chauncey Holt, as a candi- J
where he had been on important bus- would not support the "closed lid"on date for Bond Trustee, at the election! -
Maud Powell, violinist, Lucerne w--
s. 1
iness. He was accompanied home by Sunday. The Herald has always to be held Saturday, January 24th,J .
theater, January 28. Auspices Metho-
his father, Mr. G. D. Barr, who will! contended that the old blue laws could 1914. I II \
dist Baraca classReservations be-
I '
spend the remainder of the season be resurrected and enforced until I
a 4IHIMM .
gin January 23. One dollar. 1-15-llt
with his son's family at their hospitable man could be prohibited from kissinghis :Maud Powell concert reservations: -- -- i
Mrs. Fred H. Hoffman, an estima- home in Concord Park. now on sale at Drennen-Lattner Co. 111111111111,1111111111111111111111111111111111111 ,.. i
wife on Sunday, but we are not
ble lady from Troy, N. Y., has arrivedin 1-22-lw I'
In addition to delighting the eye living in the days of Salem j
Orlando to visit Col. and Mrs. Pliny witch-I I Free Demonstration
Norcross.Mr. with beautiful and striking costumes, craft and are capable of FOR RENT-Large sunny front!:

and staging, the "Living Pictures" construction upon the law that will at ; convenient for light house-:
rpom j
J. C. Landstreet' left yesterday will delight the ear of even the most least allow a man to buy a cigar or I keeping. 217 Robinson Ave., east. j
for his home in Fort Payne, Ala., critical by the musical for hour I l-24-3t i :
accompanying newspaper on Sunday an or I Suuslie Crackers t Cakes t
r r OO
being called there by the serious ill- :numbers whicb will be sung by Mrs. so during the opening of the mails.

ness of his mother. W. ,L Palmer, Mr. Walter Drennen And it would seem that Mayor Sperryof LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

The Sunshine, Biscuit representative and Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr. Orlando thinks the people down .

will give a free demonstrationat Messrs. Pomeroy and Hall were there; have some privilege on Sundayif Flowers

Caruthers & Gore's grocery storeon here from Orlando the latter part of they are forced to live in Orlandoand ROSES, VIOLETS, Saturday January 24th.The Public

Pine street today. the week in the interest of the mid- he has lifted the lid somewhat.- '

Eat what you want. winter fair to be held there next Sanford Herald. CARNATIONS, PANSIES, Cordially InvitedMr.

Eat all you want. month. They want Volusia county POTTED PLANTS
Take and itFor
a postscript forget
sale, by all druggists. and DeLand to be well represented in BISHOP JOHN M. WALDEN DIES Webb, traveling representative of the Loose.
l7d&w.lyrMrs. exhibits at said fair, and we under-
Wiles Co., will have charge of the demonstrationand
Homer B. Fuller and little stand quite a number of our people
Bishop John Morgan Walden, of CHARCOAl resident of Orlando and
COAL desires to meet
son arrived yesterday from Georgia, \vill have exhibits there.-Volusia every "
the Methodist Episcopal church, died '
visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. County Record.
on a
at the home of James N. Gamble at WOODVeneer vicinity.
Fuller, 307 East Pine street. Orlando is one of the prettiest Beach at
t / Daytona Wednesday night
Mr. George Walker, wife and. son, towns in south Florida-or anywhereelse. 11:40 from uraemic poisoning. The Cores
I
Mr. George Walker, Jr.., arrived last It is a splendid point for tourists bishop, who was 82 years old, arrivedin Seasoned Heart Pine I THE SANITARY GROCERY :

night from Washington, Pa., and are I to visit or to remain throughout ; Daytona from his home in Cin- Oak Wood

pleasantly located at the Keystone. the winter. Six days in the, week it cinnati Ohio Christmas
,
i eve accom- All sizes and lengths CARUTHERS & GORE
General admission 75 cents. Maud is a city. On Sunday it closes its panied by Mrs. Walden, and had intended -

Powell, violin recital, Lucerne theater, doors of business and goes to church. spending most of the winter Orlando Wood Yard Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

January 28. Reserved seats one dol- For its size, Orlando is one of the here a guest at the home of Mr. Gam-

: lar. 1.15-llt most progressive towns in a religiousway ble. About 10 days ago the bishopwas B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
there is in the state.-Tampa 104W., Pine St.
stricken with attack of acute Phone 344
Mr. Joe Branson, who was engagedin an CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
the general contracting businessin Tribune.If drfey trouble, and since had grown! Turpentine Chips Fence Posts '

Orlando some years ago, arrived you think that women haven't gradually worse until the end came'1- ...... - - iilllllllllllllllf- Tff

yesterday from Indianapolis, wherehe the time, or strength, or don't know last! night. 111I1I111111111111111EE
has resided since leaving this enough to vote, and that their influ- The body of Bishop Walden left ,

place. ence should not extend beyond the here this afternoon for Cincinnati,

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Nelson and family, you will be interested in the accompanied by the bereaved mem- 7.A.Ts.. .zE

"Suffrage Picture" which will be bers of his family and a member of I '
daughter, Mrs. McHenry, arrived last Hats Sweaters
will offer Clothing, ,
our
,
shown at the "Living Pictures" and friends.-Daytona Gazette-News. Commencing Tuesday, January 6th"e
night from Waverly, Iowa, and will
explained by Miss Safford, the presi- for CASH.
spend some time with their friends,I Wool Underwear at cut prices
dent of the Women's Equal
Suffrage
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phillips, 212 i. Payment.of poll tax is essential to
League of the state. Lucerne theater,. Overcoats $17.50
Gould streetReengagements voting. You have friends who will $30.00 Suits $20.50 $25.00
February 3rd.
are a mark of ap need your vote. Register and pay it Suits 20.00 Overcoats 14.75
The editor of the Sentinel is advocating 25.00 17.50
18.00 Overcoats
January 13.50
preciation. Maud Powell again, now. .
a plan to have Orlando follow 22.50 Suits 15.75 Overcoats
12.00
28. Auspices Methodist Baraca 16.50
I the example of wicked old Suits 14.75
Chicagoand 20.00
class. 1-154U A wise old owHived in an oak, the
everybody to church February ,
go on
Messrs. Caruthers & Gore, the Pine less he heard the more he spoke, the SWEATERS HATS
1. This plan and,the refusal,
street more he spoke the more he heard.
yesterday .
grocerymen pur- of Solicitor Starbuck to allow the Hats
chased fra Mr. J. B. Magruder a drugstores Why not be like this wise old bird and $3.00 Sweaters $2.25 $5.00' $3.50
to dispense ice and soda
dandy horse which will be used fort cream do your speaking through the Sentinel's 2.jo Sweaterst,1.75 4.00 Hats 2.75
f water on Sunday, will be of great ad
classified columns You'll be Hats 2.25
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delivery in their rapidly Sweaters 3.00
. purposes vantage to Druggists Estes, Merck, 2.00 I.3J
'i growing business.Mr. heard by every one. Hats 1.75
Sweaters 1.10 2.50
McElroy, DeLaney and Smith, inasmuch i.jo ,
G. W. Stokes of Freehold N. & Marx line ot t Clothes'All
as it will allow them an opportunity Remember.we only handle the celebratedHartSchaffner

t; J., arrived in the city last night and to hear the Gospel preachecthe OSTEOPATHYDR. Men's and Boy's"Trousers are included in this sale.

t will spend some time in this section. same as the balance of mankind

: Mr.\ Stokes is a large manufacturer of -Orlando Cor. Tampa Tribune.

files, saws, rasps etc. He is stopping J. C .HOWELL -SCRUGGS & DICKSONThis
;f at the Orland. Eat what you want. Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointment
Eat all you want. No extra charge for house treatment clothes
Maud Powell concert reservations Take a postscript and forget it. store is the home of Hart Schaftner & Marx

now on sale at Drennen-Lattner Co. For sale by all durggists. Telephone connections IIIIIIIIIIIi'I"I.i .
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St. Petersburg bowlers will accept FOR SALEA MISCELLANEOUSWANTED ." " " "IMMMimilMIMIIMM i

isli challenge of the GermanAmericanclub I'I'a new two-story house, contains I"'l
W ORUT IT? that I 6 rooms and bath, all newly decorated.All -Good sewers; no others
in Tampa and 'a contest doors and windows screened. AH need apply. Apply to Mrs. W. L.
promises to be very exciting will soon ;electric fixtures installed. Corner lot, Burnett, at N. P. Yowell's. 1.18-3t
be arranged for. fine location. Best value in re<*iden-
40 acre tract Fine land directlyon tial property in Orlando. Fred B. WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply
y Dale, owner, 312 Anderson street Orland hotel. 1-6-tf
lake. Easily worth double if cut The sudden death of a negress at a l-16-6t
YOUNG LADY desires Latest Patterns and Colors
funeral in Tampa a few afternoons position; general .1 in
up in 10 acre tractsOnly FOR SALE office work; references. Ad- .
ago threw the assemblage into a high dress "3I," Sentinel office. '1-13-lw
state of speculation. Rena Rambowas Farm of twenty acres, ten acres : Ginghams and Percales
cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2 AN AUTOMOBILE for sale cheap;
$800WANTED the unfortunate's name. She died :miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake or will trade for city lots, or prop : See the new line ofLadies'
instantly from heart failure.PEOPLE'S Davis. Good wire fence on three erty close in. Box 733, city. l-22-3t
sides. Small new house and well.
--- ---- -- -- LOST-On Monday, Pine street Muslin Underwear
About 15,000 feet of saw timber. on or
Land all dry and suitable for truck- Orange avenue, pair of nose glasses
ANTS ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to attached to patent holder. Return to
I work it and will sell at a bargain. this office for reward. 1-22-tf
.
I Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
1.12-lm.d&w FOUND-A lady's gold watch. Owner -
MUNNIMAKERS I can have same by calling at this :
Have Client for good orange grove.
Notices of Wet Wanted For Sale For QUICK SALE BARGAIN office and paying for this notice. .
Rent etc. for this column. 25c for one day l-18-6t STORE
real value
Price if it has
objection :
no Ten-acre home half
mile
60c for three days or f 1.00 for one week for from city
25 words or less. Money must accompanythe I limits. 220 orange and grapefruittrees. LOST-A child's white sweater, be- :
attached to it. .For particulars ,
advertisements far this column as no .
insertions will be made on credit. Five-room house, good condi tween Church street and Knud aveI 128 S. Orange Ave.iMMMIIIMMIMIIMMMMIMMIIilllllMI.
tion; barn; buggy, wagons, plows, nue. Please leave at Mayers' candy :
chicken and pigeon houses; irrigating store 134 S. Orange avenue. Reward.II I
FOR SALE plant, $175 5-horse power Eldridge 1-23-3t. :
I engine, pump. Near lake. Fine citrus f
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, :and trucking land. Owner leaving WANTED-Position as machinist or I I

on Court street. 12-5-tf I II city. Price $3,300. Terms. Address chauffeur; six jears' experience; :
I Owner, P. 0. Box 745, Orlando, Fla. can furnish reference. Address J. F. t
FOR SALE-Twelve sheet iron stovesin l-20-3t A., 9 Gould street. 1-23-3t " "
good repair, used in pinery; also
good hay in stock. C. W. Townsend,
.
503 W. Central Ave. l-23-3t :l'II'I'I'I"'II'I'I"i""I"I i - -

Hand Bldg., Church St. FOR SALE-BIRD DOG-Large,I, .
finely marked and well bred. Will :

,. AFTER FERTILIZER FAKERSWe sell Vivian 158. cheap, 811 if Starkey taken immediately.street, or l-20-3t phone A.I I:I SEE THE[ [ENTERPRISE[ [ MEAT[ MARKET f


note with pleasure that the
WE OFFER THREE BUNGALOWS, :
lIon. Claude L'Engle proposes to endeavor just completed; good location; easy DAETWYLERBUNGALOWS 21 East Pine Street
to have an act passed by con- terms, long time; five per cent. interest I

gress that will protect the Florida ; sixteen hundred dollars each. ORLANDO FLORIDA
farmers against the enormous fraudsin Curtis & O'Neal. 1-24-tf -

the'sale of commercial fertilizers.It : > :
FOR SALE-The best mule in the
seems that there is no law at county. Mare mule, 1,050 pounds. !t

present by which the perpetrators of Seven years old. Price $300. Not I JUSTOPENED

these frauds' may be reached and afraid of anything, fast gait, very " " " " iMiMMiiimiimi ,.,i . , ,
t without some special legislation these quick. J. B. Mills, Clarcona, Fla. Everything new and complete. As sanitary -

frauds will be continued in the futureas 1.22-2t FORREN1EIGHTROOM I LOST-On I 'as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest
\ the streets of Orlando
FOR SALE OR KENT-With stock
in the past without means of Meats of all kinds.
stick
any and tools, best farm in county; va- pin, horseshoe shape, staff
redress. riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant'up.- furnlsned house; gasand cross. Leave at this office and receive -

The attention of the department o : to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Ore electric lights. 205 E. Robinson' reward. l-16-6t Fish and Oysters in Season

agriculture has been called to these lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
WANTED-By young business wo-
frauds, and it is hoped that the mat FOR SALE-Four-passenger Buick ROOM FOR RENT, in private home; man, few hours stenographic work Courteous attention service and
ter will be thoroughly investigated, car, 1912 make. Has recently been all conveniences. 311 N. Orange daily, or full time if preferred; ma- ; prompt

and that the Hon. L'Engle will press overhauled, fine running I order. Going Ave. llStfLARGE chine dictation or notes; own type-, prices right. Give me a trial. 1
writer. Address Miss W., 307 East
the matter before congress to the away is reason for selling Price COMFORTABLE ROOMS, Pine St
$400. Address Owner, 511 E. Orange furnished for light housekeeping. 1.18-3t MlZ MIMBlZZZClZlll MlZB B MM
; of an act that will
passage fully
cover
street, Lakeland, Fla. l-22-6t
Apply 315 W. Central Ave.
these eases of daring fraud from. 1161w'I I AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, J. A. COX ProprietorPHONE
which our farmers have been made FOR SALE-Two photo machines, FOR RENT-House, furnished complete subsoiling tree planting, stump ,
the victims. one National tin type and one Man- for one or two couples; all blowing, orchard renovating; land
; del Minute photo camera, with four linen furnished; clean and new;'desir- cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand 105
We feel quite sure that .our con hundred plates. Will sell cheap for able location. Phone 515. supplies. Estimates cheerfully

gressman, Mr. L'Engle, is in full sym cash. Drop card to R. G. White, Win- furnished. L N.- Lewis, 406 East St., I
,pathy with the farmers of the state ter Park, Fla. l-21-3t FOR RENT-Furnished large .room, Orlando, Fla. 1-6-1m
in modern home; bath, hot and cold .
and'we believe that he will put forth FOR SALE r water; telephone; dose in. 312 North YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .

his best efforts to give them protection Main street. 1-16-1w ring 448 for the Arcade Press- W HMMIMIIIBemMIIMimHMMHMMflMMMHiiReal
Five-room bungalow; three spacious ing Club. The boy will call. Club :
f from these gigantic" frauds that
FOR RENT-Furnished with
piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod rooms rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work .
are so ruthlessly imposed upon the ern improvements. 506 Lexington St modern conveniences; close in; electric cialty. 1-10-lm a spe- Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION

farmers of the,state.-Apopka Nets.t 1-15-lm lights; no boarding house. 7 W. :.
Robinson Ave., city. 1-17-3t !
WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
FOR EXCHANGE ings and cut hair to 305 Garland
:.i: The celery crop in and around Man Good house and lot in Topeka, Kas., !NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM for street. We will make them as de- I offer for $1,800 two-story, six-room cottage, ith ,
rent choice location moderate
atee is estimated to be an increase of for Orange county property. J. A. 202 East; Robinson Ave.; price.tf sired, or purchase same for cash. rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
Rowe, Room 11 McNeill & Davis
bldg. Nickolas &
I. 25 per cent over any previous year. 1-23-3t Nickolas. 12-30-lm Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

t A number of truckers in that section FOR RENT Furnished three room! LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
flat for light housekeeping; all conveniences -i
t' are thinking of planting tobacco as FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre ; central; rent cheap. In- ," somewhere on the Orlando heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy basement *
five hundred
l ,a side line. fifty grove tangerine; trees grapefruittrees and 750 quire 23 E. Pine street, or phone 571.i streets Monday. If found, leave at the wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
Sentinel office, and receive reward of I
orange trees. Grove should pay for 1-11-lw $1.00. 1-1-tf : furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.

f. Rev. A. Lincoln Abercrombie, for itself in two years. Address P. 0. I House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
FOR RENT-Large, well furnished
1 five years pastor of the First Baptist Box'1218d&wtfFOR 105, Orlando, Fla. room to persons wishing suburban NOTICE : lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I

!\ church in Daytona, has resigned to accommodations; also 2 acres good: The books for the registration of : offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

accept a call from the First Baptist SALE OR EXCHANGE truck land, close in. Good opportunity voters in Orange county will be I Open to all.
'i church Desirable dwellings in Pittsburg, for right person. Address "A," opened in my office at the CourtHouse I
of Weston, Mich. The
resignation Pa.; good income values from $1,500 Sentinel. 9-8tf on Monday, January 5th, 1914, : E. N. COY
t will be effective on April 27th. up. Will exchange for Orange countyI and will be kept open six days in I

e. I property, improved preferred. What FOR RENT each week, until the first Monday in : West SI. Norlh.Orlandoiimiittttttit
Warman have you to offer? Address, 305 East Several new houses for rent and March, 1914. 3.07 ,
Repairs and Retires
f Baby'I Church street, Orlando, .Fla. several for sale cheap. Apply at 308 W. L DOLIVE, I
},f Carriages on Court.street. 12-5-tf l-21-6t-ltw Gore avenue, city. 1-23-lt I 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. :+ titiiiMiiiiHiittmMtmmiitiIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMIMMMMMMMMMI .

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Opening of the Regular Theatrical Season MONDAY THURSDAY 1

MATINEE AND NIGHT-TUESDAY, JANUARY 27
"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). .tI
"Her Legacy"-(K.B.).
VIRGINIA BROOKS' GREAT PLAY.

"LITTLE LOST SISTER" :.......Jd 1
TUESDAY

FRIDAY , .'j
Same complete cast and production that is playing the "A Divorce Scandal-(Amer.)-Sensational Drama j
principal cities of the South. Booked by Klaw&Erlanger, "The Helping Hand"-(Majestic-Drama.) :"The: Frame-Up" (Broncho). 2 reels. -. l' i J
New York's leading theatrical producers. "The Milkman's Revenge"-Thanhouser-Comedy. "Weekly No. 46 ((Mutual). ': ;. .
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Prices: $1.50, 75c., 50c. WEDNESDAY SATURDAY 1
Special Matinee Prices: $1.00, 75c., 50c. I J
Seats on Sale at Estes' Pharmacy '"Romance and Duty Majestic). 2 reels. I "HIs First CaseAmerlca ). >
Saturday, January 24, 8 a. m. "Cohen Saves the Flag-(Keystone). "The Four Hundred Dollar Bills"-eliance( ). i
"His Uncle's Namesake"-Thanhouser). ,

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RED FLAG OF FAILURE j NOTICE W. T. ENTRICAN,, I II ' '
When you tdo not advertise your I I I I .' h "
I hereby give notice that after January I
business you are inviting the sheriffto 9th I will not be responsible for Offers to Orlando the newest and best .
come and do it for you. any debts contracted by my wife,Mrs. of workmanship in the painting and .
His red flag and bell form the final Helen Gwynne. decorating trade. Phone 636. '
1-11-tf WYNDOM P. GWYNNE.I il-21-lm W. :
advertisement. M. SLEMONS
S It is poor'policy to save your adver- _
tising for your business obituary.Just _-
run your eye over the adver- r %
tisements in today's Sentinel.
You will to them notice are that the the names names of men attached -I Hammohd&Gore New Goosds Arriving Daily ,

who enjoy sound financial rating. Certainly -
they are names of those on! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
whom the banks look as good moral
risks. .
VALUES LOW PRICES
They are mighty good company to
be with and a man is often judgedby COMPARE We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson.. & Co.
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the company he keeps.It
is better to march behind the made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
band of progress than to halt under OUR FURNITUREWe Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. \
the red flag of failure.
provide the quality of furniture that has long Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
The Jennings board of aldermenhas standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
leased the water plant in that wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
town'to !T. A. Pilgrim of Lake Park, this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof ,
Ga.,who will operate it after January this business, and that means much to any buyer.


31st.Griffing trees give results. Office McNEOi & DAVIS BLOCK, .- W. M.

b opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales- Church St., Orlando, Fla.
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big profits is a thing of the past. With a Bank Guarantee to back

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I BOO of lands for spot cash, but only

'It I I such lands with commercial -

all wool samples at value should be offered.


$18.00 a Suit And also offer several of thechoicest '

lots and private residences

j made to your individual meas- in Orlando at unusual

I urement and guarantee a fit or low prices, also a palatial gentle .

I nojsale) Come. in and ask me man's country home with an

about it. and 285 ofI
a 1 orange grove acres
will, will show youOBLANDQaKA ft the very best citrus and truck

lands. Liberal terms on all

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111111111111111111111'11111111111.11111111..11111111", SUMMERLIN SCHOOL AT DEFEATED BASKET BALL HIGH ;' I'I {I },I I{ i I(i N I,I qN i II!:; II{{{I I iiN 7tl I N j s I I ;:I;I j 11 i !i tl;!I r fm1';!I# i!I I I/I i it f i!{ I I'i IJI I;II!! I IIl I! 'N/""ft! I 'J ,. II,I h[f i :I relflt:1: ( I. I i I {" I' I,N II: TII --x dtN
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Probably the most 'interesting bas.
r ket ball game ever played in Orlando ..

of the Condition of .x *' ** took when place the girls last night of Summerlin'at the armory institute -= The Peonies>> Ma&mal Bank

of Bartow, met the girls of the
THESTATE high school. At the conclusion of the
game the score was a tie at 19 to 19. Condensed
Statement as rendered to
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An agreement was reached to playoff Comptroller of the Currency .. . .. ,
the; tie, and in the ten minutes play -
BANK which followed, Summerlin scored . January 13, 1914 ". .
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four times and the home team only -
:.y" oj' ResourcesLoans
twice, giving the game to Summerlin 1
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by a score of 23 to 21. The game was and Discounts ---_$193,075.19Bonds .
2 I of Orlando witnessed by a large and enthusiastic .. \, ---_____________-_ 98,390.61 .

crowd. The party from Bartow was Banking House, Safety .Deposit ,. .':. 1
composed of Miss Smith, chaperon; Vaults and Fixtures 30,436.52

at the close of business January 15, 1914, in compliance Mr.Misses Hamner Virginia, coach Holland and and'referee Arliene; - ': i, Cash Banks and I_Due_____from_________ 122,709.73

with Chapter 6427, Laws of Florida. Stanley, forwards; Mildred Wilson --
$444,612.03Liabilities _
and Maude Parry, guards; Amelia .:: ,
RESOURCES Hum and Violet Oakman, centers;
Tucker and McCormick
Dorothy May =
Loans and Discounts ____________---------$499,198.10 substitutes. The high school team Capital _________________$ 50,000.00 .'
Overdrafts ______________________________ 234.04 was composed of Misses Bessie Quigg ::: Surplus ---------________ 10,000.00 _
Stocks and Bonds _______________________- 69,496.79 and Maude Pugh, forwards; Catherine Undivided Profits ________ 2,700.76 . _
Furniture and Fixtures ___________________ 13,034.80 Padgett and Fannie Taylor, centers; 1 Circulation :------------- 21,000.00

Real Estate _____________________________ 9,285.50 Lois Pedrick and Elbeth Mulholland, -.... Bills Payable ____________ 45,000.00Deposits '
Cash and Due from Banks, ________________ 299,478.90 guards. Roney and Robinson were -= ------__________ 31"',911.."9 .. --

umpires. The Summerlin party were \
$890,728.13 guests of the high school team at the ::: $444,612.05. -
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LIABILITIES Orland hotel, and after the game were -

Capital Stock __________v-_________________$ 50,000.00 given a theater party at the Grand :: Our Grov/tli\ ':
left for Bartow the 3 o'clock
Surplus ________________________________ 35,000.00 They on =
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train.
Undivided Earnings .:. 4,211.78 morning = DepositsNovember ; .
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Dividends Unpaid ________________________ 304.00
I. Deposits ______________________ --------- 801,212.35 : CAN PAVING BRICK BE MADE IN 26, 1912 $ 74,849.92 . --
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I FLORIDA: February 4, 1913 128,884.60 =

$890,728.13S. I '_ April 4, 1913. 157,684.98 I '
t. : January 23, 1914. :=
.: : 1.. ., WATERS HOWE, Cashier. : The Morning Sentinel, Orlando, Fla.: June 9, 1913. 185,875.96
N i I Dear Sirs-In reference to the en- = August 9, 1913. 213,061.50

: closad clipping from the Morning; =- October 21, .19i3 .255,752.86 _
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: Sentinel of today in which the statement -
: is made that brick making material January 13, 191(1, $315,911.29
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-- ---_ _"U__ _-___ for this purpose," etc., I shall be gladto

FELLOWSHIP TEA FOR SUFFRA THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEIIA be informed if such be the case : ll I ml l rn'IIIi '" , II'I I 'iWiil1il 1'111' ;i il'l'!: !": ill I 1"" '',ili! ;.1'',;''ti'' ;', TJ1LiI' .;. 1\,1.\,,'
GISTS AT MRS. CORE'S and where located. I was informedby 1lli{'I V II!,,11 :imllII'llilllrnlllll: I :IIi!, II II I lm OO! m II i.1II11111 il llllllllll 1:ulllll!:illl'I"lil',!!!Ii!! I uJw: I!Ii'i' !' \ I I i, il ,!: ili lid 111'1.' :,,', ::dI,1:, :,; ,' !I III ; I'', 'I -
revelation in photo drama from the state geological department -:

A large number of ladies who are the standpoint of art and beauty, as 'some two years since there had beenas tMIMHIIMIIIIIIIIHIIIIIMM ''lltMBHIHHIHIl
interested in equal suffrage enjoyedthe well as dramatic force, is made in yet no deposits discovered suitable ;
"fellowship tea" held yesterday George Kleine's .magnificent produc- for making road building brick in

afternoon at Mrs. Mahlon Gore's beau- tion of "The Last Days of Pompeii," Florida. OLIVE OIL
tiful home on Lake Lucerne. adapted from Lord Bulwer Lytton's Yours very truly,
" One gentleman who was present, classic romantic novel of the same L. H. GEDGE.
Mr. Arter, of Cleveland, Ohio, gave title, which is announced for the The article referred to was taken
. an interesting talk upon the favora- Grand theater for one night, Tufcs- from the Brooksville Argus, and the : I OLIVE OIL I
ble sentiment in his town regarding day, January 27, with matinee at 2 statements contained therein 'are not :
, suffrage, and of the aid given by the o'clock. All the salient points of the i the Sentinel's, but were printed because .
men there for this cause. story are retained and pictorializedin of their bearing on an important : For For For

:Miss Lockhart told of conditions in sequential detail. The principal question now pending in Orange :

New Zealand, where the women have i characters used in the photo drama county. There are persons who contend : SAlADS COOKING MEDICINAL
the vote and are making good use I are: Glaucus, a handsome, wealthy however, that brick clay deposits : USE[

thereof for the improvement and gen- :Athenian, and fashion leader of Pompeii do exist' in Florida. Such persons ,

eral advance of their land. I living a life of leisure, a lover would be performing a public service :
An excellently given reading by i and patron of the arts and in love by informing the state geologist. : THE PURE IMPORTED OIL .

:Miss Dorothy Slemons, entitled "Sally with lone. Clodius, a young Roman Editor.A ..
Ann's Experience," was much en- and friend of Glaucus, but a game- II LISTEtN: !
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joyed and heartily applauded.The ster and idler. Arbaces, an Egyptianof PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING. II

daintily served light refresh- remarkable intellect-high priestof I Housewives, above, be particular where you buy your olive oil,
your
ments, chocolate, tea and cake, com- the Temple of Isis at Pompeii, Orlando, Fla., Jan. 23, 1914. :
pleted a pleasant afternoon, the guardian of lone and Apecides, and in Editor Daily Sentinel. : spices, your extracts. In making up your grocery order, Ring No. 2,. our delivery
.
guests all enjoying an informal social love with his ward, lone. Apecides, We, the crawfish of North Orange : bo yis at your service. .

chat. a young Athenian, brother of lone, avenue, render thanks unto thee, o! -. '. ;
studying for the priesthood under Jupiter Pluvius, that thou hast preserved : OLIVE OIL Pint 50c .

PLAY AT WINTER PARK FOR Arbaces-a youth of noble instinctsand our lives by sending that delightful : ; \
BENEFIT'OF STREET FUND high ideals who revolts at the shower of rain this morning. : Qt. $1.00
trickeries of the worship of Isis. I t came as a blessing upon our "Gal. 3.50

The town adornment committee of Sosia, a Nubian slave to Arbaces, who grimy backs, and washed the last four :
the Winter Park board of trade an- acts as gaoler of Nydia when she is weeks of automobile dust from our inflamed :

nounces through its chairman, :Mrs. thrust into the dungeon by Arbaces. eyes. It flowed as a river of :
Robert Dhu Macdonald, the presentation Burbo, keeper of the tavern and one life, into our habitations, making our DeLANEY & ABERNETHYORLANDO
of a humorous play by Mrs. of the cruel original owners of Nydia. atmosphere balmy and cool where all :

Amelia Weed Holbrook, entitled "Mr. Nydia, a blind flower girl from Thes- was parched and hot. May the blessed : DRUGGISTS FLORIDA
Smith in Search of a Cook." The saly, originally a slave to Burbo and showers continue, even until the I ,
play is to be produced on the even- Stratonica-afterwards purchased by I dust becomes a muck and mire, as : 4ttiimmmmmitittiBa"BBBaaaiaiiaaaagiaaa " " "mum MM

ing February 24th, in the gymnasium Glaucus, to save her from the crueltyof thou hast made it often for us, 0,
of Rollins college, Winter Park Burbo and Stratonica, which worthy Jupiter, and until, through the I : . J 1 . =
and the members of the town adorn aroused her gratitude and passionatelove. mud-padded walls of our domiciles we I 0:11:1"
ment committee most cordially ask lone, a beautiful Athenian may hear what is music to our souls: UU J .,
that the citizens of Orlando and ad- maid, cultured and wealthy, sister of I the racing of the auto motor, thewish
jacent towns reserve the evening of Apecides and ward of Arbaces. Stra- of the wheels as they churn
February 24th for this special occa- tonica, wife of Burbo and cruel mis- the mud into spray and sprinkle the r '
sion, and that they make an advance tress of the blind girl, a woman of pedestrians as they pass, and the ex- H ,
note of it in their engagement cal- marvellous physical strength. The asperated tones of the drivers as they IN EVERY ONE
endars. sorceress, a witch living in one of the heap vile epithets upon state, city and

The amount raised from'the sale of caverns on the side of the Vesuviusand "allthose in authority." of .your purchases from us you will
boxes and tickets will be devoted to who concocted the philtre that "We also thank thee, great god of 0 I o

the improvement of the parks in the destroys the mind of Glaucus.In the Underworld, 'that thou hast con- find originality NOTHING overdone fl
town. the photo drama, as in the nov- tinued to keep in the minds and heartsof

As the subject of the play is one el, these characters are woven into a those in authority, to allow us,.the Ii but and.
which will appeal to every house- story of marvellous dramatic interest aborigines of this stretch of terri- harmony good taste
1 and pictorial beauty. tory, to remain unincumbered and r
keeper, and every member of every
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household, the committee prophesies a undisturbed, and that while slight im- combined. Come and see. j
merry reception of the various appli- AT THE LUCERNE TODAY provements are going on near us, we "
cants, who are sent-one by onebythe are permitted to live in primitive I o 0
proprietress of the intelligenceoffice Today's program at the Lucerne peace. We thank thee that we feel 1
to interview the distracted Mr. theater, Orlando's best photo playhouse not the galling weight of paving
Smith. is one that can not be beaten brick, and have not to break our fin- ALLEN & CO Jewelers

., "One touch of nature makes the anywhere at the price charged. ger nails in the stiff yellow clay, as I
whole world kin." Three reels of fine pictures are shown, do our kinfolk in the road to the \
including two dramas and a comedy. Country Club. We thank thee that
The first picture on the program is thou dost make the county and city Guaranteed. Reliable Repairing
ORLANDO'S FAVORITE Everything
SHOPPING an American film entitled "His First officials to cater to the whims of the n nIIClJ

PLACE-SALE OF LACES Case," a drama that will arouse your golfers and dancers of Orlando and t IJ ( (CiCI
i interest and hold you breathless until shut their eyes to the importance of:
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We the stock of
. carry largest Fancy the very end. Another picture shownis an outlet and inlet to and: from the< I
; Laces in southern Florida. Real a story of Western frontier life I great world outside from whence the REGISTRATION REACHES TOTALOF I A SALE OF LACES LIVING PICTURES

Irish, Cluny, :Mechlin, Battenberg, with lots of action and just the kind: all-year livers of Orlando derive their 239 Exquisite designs, dainty effects, in Orlando's poet, Mr. Victor Starbuck
, Brussels, etc., in all the dainty delicate you like,. it is entitled "The Four meat and bread. Mechlin Brussels has written a poem en Ponce de'Leon
f\ real Irish, Cluny, ,_ which will be read
of the of the and
newest
illustrated
patterns Hundred Dollar at
Bills We
beseech thee
( by Reliance. loan us some prai- The registration for the two Orlando Battenburg, Valenciennes, etc., etc., the Lucerne theater on February 3rd. :
week will be 1
(1' next ,
new. Every day
The last :
picture is rie and rattlesnakes
Thanhouser from
dogs
a your: districts had reached 239 last starts today at Marion B.: Ives. The M7-tf. .:
a sales day of laces. You must participate comedy and will harvest in the West
crack
you your face great and let us night Assistant Registration Officer marvellous reductions that have been
o in the great reductions. "way back to your ears" laughing at undermine this malarial, miasmatic Robert Howe is having a hard time manifest throughout the Removal W. T. ENTRICAN,
MARION B. IVES, it. The title and
'. is "His Uncle's Name mosquito-tormented portion of keeping awake between the visits of Sale will be further exemplified by Painter and interior decorator. New >.
S. Orange Ave., Orlando. sake," and the story features the fam Orlando and sink it to the lowest voters. the still further price reductions on ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636.. ->
ous Thanhouser twins. depths of annihilation. Expert workmen employed.. 1
J' these laces. The sale will only last a
Subscribe today for the Daily ,Sentinel Don't forget that the Lucerne runs., ,: Amen. few days, so take early advantage. l-2Mm I
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