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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 25, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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'I VOLUME .ONE.. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 1914. NUMBER 299.

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I,9I SENATE[ [ PASSES[S Bill f FOR R FEDERAL[ [ COMMISSIONERS HURRY BOND B ARt VAliDATION TRYING TO HNDRICKS[ TRUSTEE WIN OVER[ fOR HOLT l B BOND i 1 CAR LORD l Of f COFFINS ORDERED f [O IN :





i. OWNERSHIP[ OF f RAILWAYS IN AlASKA Communication Perkins and Is State's Had Attorney With Judge Hard Rain Holds During the Number Most of of the Day ANTICIPATION OF f MANY DEATHS S -


Landis in Regard to Matter Votes Down '
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MORRlS l AMENDMENT TO INCLUDE VAlUABlE PROPERTY[ SOlD TO issue What for is more holding paved up streets the city? bond The anything Yesterday except was a the bad sale day of for rubbers almost I BAXTER SENTENCED[ TO AVE YEARS I SMALLPOX AMONG MEXICANS j


.' STEAMERS IS NEW JERSEY PARTIES[ city commissioners are trying to dis and umbrellas, and a small vote was I fOR COW STEALING\ REGARDED AS 1

DEFEATED cover, and in so doing had a consul- cast in the election for bond trustee- FATAL DISEASE 1

i.. tation with City Attorney L C. Mas- yet it was a good vote for the day, .'

James E. Crawford Engineers Trans- sey yesterday morning. for the day was an exceptionally bad Case Is Appealed by Lawyers and I

t action of Considerable Interestin Attorney Massey got communication Will Go to Supreme Court for

; ENGINEERS ARE TO BE CONARMEDoJ [ Real Estate CirclesA with State's Attorney Cary D. day.There were two candidates, Messrs. Final Decision VIllA HAS NERVOUS BREAKDOWN I

,oJ f' Landis and Judge Perkins, who are Chauncey Holt and J. T. Hendricks,

';; 'f real estate transaction of con- holding court in Sanford, and received and the vote resulted 84 to 69 in Sanford, Jan. 24.-The cow case in

'EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY LAW APPLICABLE siderable importance was consum- assurance, it is said, that the favor of Mr. Hendricks. which Arnold Baxter was found guilty TRAIN AND OVERWORK DUR-

r' TO THE GOVERN mated yesterday, when the tract of matter would be put through with all "The city lias secured the servicesof came to end for the time being by ING OJINAGA CAMPAIGNTELLS

, land at the corner of Reel street Sand dispatch. a competent and conscientious mann Judge Perkins passing sentence upon

MENT AS A RAILROAD Sweet avenue, belonging to Mr. J. J. Until the proposed issue is validated Mr. Hendricks," said Mr. Holt last Baxter, giving him five years in the ON INTREPID

OPERATOR ADOPTED Harrington, of Chicago, was sold to i and the commissioners are assured night in commenting on the election. penitentiary. Counsel for defense LEADER OF REBELS

.. Messrs. N. B. Miller and George L. that there are no legal defectsto "Naturally I am sorry that I didn't immediately took steps to carry the

Ii Special to the SentineLWashington Atkins, of Trenton, N. J. impede the sale, the hands of the win, but I shall lost no sleep over it." case to the supreme court. In the Special to the Sentinel
Jan. 24.-Just before El Paso, Tex., Jan. 24.-A wholesale -
Mr. Miller is president and Mr. At commissioners are practically tied A few bad ballots were thrown out. meantime the eleven untried indict-
t seven o'clock tonight the bill for government vaccination of Mexican prisonersat
kins secretary of the Colonial Land when it comes to making street improvement The[ election was held at the fire station -! ments against Baxter will not be act-!
railways
t r constructed and owned I Fort Bliss began today as a resultof
company, of Trenton, and they will as usual, and there was no rush ed upon until this first case has been
' ,in of an estimated the discovery of scarlet fever and
'. AlM1a.nousand subdivide the land and sell it off in:I There is an urgent demand for improved at any time during the day. passed upon by the supreme court.
j rlength of a miles was passed smallpox among them.A .
lots. There are twenty-five acres in conditions on the highways of Mr. Hendricks will take the placeon In the case of the state against K.
: by the senate. car load of coffins has been ordered
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the tract. the city, and this was made emphat- the board of bond trustees made L. Webb for killing Webster Mitchell,
iforris amendment for steam- in
t The anticipation of a heavy death
The deal was engineered by Mr. ically manifest to Street Commissioner vacant by the resignation of Mr. E. F. both negroes, Webb being charged
ship lines to be operated in conjunction roll, as a result of the possible epi-
James E. Crawford, one of Orlando's Johnson yesterday morning before Sperry when he became mayor. with murder in the first degree, the
with the railroads was rejected. demic of contagious diseases and the
most enterprising and alert real estate breakfast. The heavy rain of the jury brought in a verdict acquittingthe
t .. An amendment making the federal :' confinement of men who have been
men., previous night had rendered the accused, because of the fact that
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employers' liability act applicable to rRESIOENI'S DAUGHTER LOWERED[ accustomed to active l life.
r streets impassable in some places,and I it was shown that the man killed fired
railroad
the government as a opera- -
the greater part of the day was spent the first shot and Webb was compelled -
O ORGANIZATION TO FIGHT MAil VILLA ORDERED
tor was adopted.An BY ROPE R FROM SKIP BY PHYSICIAN
by him in opening temporary drains I to put him out of business or
amendment was made, too, providing TO TAKE A REST
It and doing other work of like natureto be. killed himself.In .
for the confirmation by the ORDER BUSINESS[ S SAmerican Chihuahua, Jan. 24.-As a resultof
get the streets in better condition. Mrs. Sayre and Husband Return From the case of the state against
?, senate of all civil engineers drawing the nervous strain and overworkof
As soon as the bond issue is approved Honeymoon and Leave Steamerat Tom Franklin, charged with the kill
asalary of over three thousand dollars the Ojinaga campaign and
4. Fair Trade League Takes by the circuit judge the com- QuarantineSpecial ing of Columbus Williams at Geneva prep-
arations for his
salary.Paderewski. advance on Torreon,
Up Cudgel Against Them; missioners can afford to make con- last summer, the jury brought in a
Villa has suffered a temporary break-
Ten Good Reasons tracts for brick and begin some of to the Sentinel.Washington verdict of manslaughter and requested -
Jan. . Francis B. down and is now confined to his homey
GREAT PIANIST SETS HlMSBJ the much needed repair work. Judge Perkins to assess the mini-
Sayre and his wife, formerly Miss > orders of his physician. He has
The fight on mail order houses is I mum penalty, which was placed at
Jessie Wilson, returned tonight to the been advised to take a rest of several
RIGHT ONRACE E QUESTION growing warmer. Almost every day one year in the penitentiary, this be-
some new organization takes up the I CRUISER MONTANA ORDERED[ [ TO White House, accompanied by Miss ing the lightest sentence ever passedby days. .

cudgel against the mail order busi. Margaret Wilson, who met them in Judge Perkins in a case where a
Receives Many Anonymous HAYTIENArERS[ [ New York. MASSACRE OF WOMEN AND
( nesses. life had been taken. The defense
Because of Alleged The will be at the CHILDREN REPORTED
Letters Sayres guests
: The American Fair Trade League, showed that the man killed was advancing -
; Hatred for Jews ,_ White House during their stay in Mexico City, Jan. .-The ma: sa-
for the of elimi- him with drawn knife .
organized purpose To Be Stationed at Port Au Prince upon a
Washington, and will be guests at the ere of one hundred women and chil-
nating unfair competition and useless While Nashville Guards and he had to shoot him in order to
{:1' Paso Robles, Cal., Jan. 24.-Driven judiciary reception to be given Tues-I dren and one hundred and fifty fed
t. price cutting, has just authorized for Cape Haytien save his own life.
the brink of. nervous prostration day evening. eral soldiers who were taken prisoners -
to
publication a list of ten command- In the case of the state against the

... by threatening letters and a misinter- ments. "These commandments," is Special to the SentineLWashington negro woman, Battle, who was found y the rebels near Matchula was

", preta!ion of his position toward the the caustic comment, "are for the Jan. 24.The cruiser Rough Water Caused Precautions to guilty of keeping a gambling house reported today by Major Rebello and
) Paderewski, the Be Taken Captain Ramarez, who arrived at the
Jewish race, Ignace guidance of catalog house patrons." Montana, it was learned today, has and on whose premises occurred the
today told how New York Jan. 24. Mrs. Francis capital. They and the remnants of
I world famed pianist, They contain good reasons way been ordered to Haytien waters on altercation between Webb and Mitch.
his career had been endangered and the request of the British Bowes Sayre, daughter of President their commands managed to escape ";
your customers should not deal with government ell, in which Mitchell lost his life, the
r why threats have been made against mail order houses. I' Wilson, with a rope around her waist, woman was given a term of two the rebels. The rebels, they said, had

his life. The :Montana is likely to be sta- descended a ladder down the side of gotten beyond the control of their of-
I 1. You should sell your farm pro years in the penitentiary, because of
Two days ago Paderewski came tioned at Port au Prince, while the the liner Majestic at quarantine today ficers and opened fire on the prisoners -
ducts for cash whenever you can but the fact that if she had been in some
here for treatment and to escape the :I not to us. We do not buy from you. I I Nashville, which is already at Cape and boarded the revenue cutter legal line of business the murder after they had surrendered. .

as annoying letters which he has been "2. You should believe our statements -i Haytien, will remain there to preventthe Manhattan, which brought Mr. and would not have occurred.
the last twelve I the harbor to the city. CARRANZA ISSUES ORDER .
receiving during injury of American citizens Mrs. Sayre up EXCLUDING ,
i and buy all you need from us,! or The decisions of the judge .have
But while he' talked an Mr and Mrs. Sayre, returning froma CHINESE
months. even their
because we want to be good to you, property. been fair and impartial in the various
letter urging people to trip, were greeted on Douglas, Ariz., Jan. 24.
anonymous although we are not personally acquainted According to a dispatch received at honeymoon cases placed before him and it is gen- -Declaring
;. boycott his concerts was delivered to with you. the state department this morningthe the revenue cutter by Dudley Field erally felt that much progress has them to be human leeches and a men-

him port of DePaix has joined with Malone, collector of the port. The been made during the week in establishing ace to Mexico all Chinese have been
From Paderewski's interview 3. You shall send the money in at quarantine, and for barred from entering Mexico
: appears the revolutionists and the fighting at sea was rough precedents for the suppressionof by an
I' that he has been widely charged advance to give us a chance to get St. Marie continues. A large revolu- this reason the rope was tied about crime in Seminole county. Court order of ,Carranza, the rebel leader.A .

'f'I with being a leader of an ant -Se- the goods from the factory with your tionary force is said to be advancingupon the White House bride's waist as a was adjourned until next Monday; law has also been enacted by the

mitic movement and of giving finan- money; meanwhile, you will have to Cape Haytien.REV. precaution.Some morning which time the civil docket state government of Sonora prohib-
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f. I vial support to an anti-Jewish publication wait patiently a few weeks, as that is of the first cabin passengerson will be taken and possibly finishedby iting the four thousand Chinese now

Y" in Poland. To these charges our business'method.. CAMPBELL GRAY AND the Majestic filed a protest with the middle of the week. Prose- in the state from taking up their res-

f' }>Paderewski replies: "4. You shall apply to your near- FAMILY LEAVE ORLANDO .the line, demanding a rebate on their cutor Landis wilt go to Inverness next idence in towns other than those in

First, that he is not and never will est city to aid you in building good ,I passage money on the ground that week to act as counsel for the de- .which they now live. The Chinese in .

r i : be a leader or member of any such roads so you can conveniently get the Rev. and Mrs. Campbell Gray and water leaked into the main saloon fense in a murder trial. other Mexican states are also forbid-

'movement; second, that he has never goods from the depot, for we do not their three bright, attractive children, greatly inconveniencing them. They :'den to enter Sonora. The rebels are

i financial to anti- build roads. denounced the officials for allowing making effort to drive the Chi-
; .giyen support any country William, Virginia and Campbell, leaveon every
f ;,Semitic' publication in Poland. "5. You shall buy church bells and. the 3:13 train tomorrow afternoonfor the liner to sail in adverse weather MORE THAN SIX INCIIESOF RAIN nese out of Mexico. The campaignis
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1 In addition to these denials they church fixtures from us and forward their new home in Rhinelander, conditions and declared at times it the result of a growing dislike for
rf musician that he admires the to leaks with IN TWENIY.fOUR H HOURS them because of their domination of
says the money in advance, for this is our Wis. With them go the hearty best was necessary stop rags I
} "' genius of the race and that many of business method and you shall collect wishes of scores of friends, both here and towels. Officials of the line the industrial pursuits which has

; .", :his "test friends are Jews. from the business men in your 'and at each of the other points wherehe deprecated the statements."It None Complain of a Drouth Since :forced many Mexicans out of busi-

... 'I is obvious said officer Orlando Was Visited Yes. I ness.
{ O' :-' vicinity as much money, as you can has been stationed during his ten an by I

:Y SEVERAL. CANDIDATES IN LINE for the benefit of your churches as it !years of zealous missionary labors i in "that the British authorities would terday's Trash MoverIt

: FOR SUPERVISOR'S JOB is against our rules to donate for southern Florida, his departure for not have allowed the Majestic to leave II WOMAN ARRESTED IN MEXICO

-; building country churches. another field most keenly regretted. Southampton unless she.was entirely wasn't a trickle, nor a drizzle, FOR COLORADO MURDER

Several names are likely to be put.atj While both :Mr. Mrs. seaworthy." nor yet a little rain; it was a street
6. You shall buy your tools fromus apd Gray were
R in 'nomination i Saturday, when the and be your own mechanic in or- most favorably well known here long I I While in the harbor of Cherbourg, i washer, a trash mover, a young deluge Juarez, Mex., Jan. .-Mrs. Jennie

%.;\ .' county committee meets to choose a der to drive the mechanics from your before coming for a temporary chargeof after having left Southampton on -and then some. Wenner, alias Anita Kief, arrested in :

: / successor to Mr. W. L. Dolive, supervisor vicinity, for we wish it so. St. Luke's Cathedral, this recent January 14, the Majestic was rammedby The rain which fell in Orlando after Chihuahua on the request of American

; f:t.; ., of registration, whose resigna- sojourn has not only deepened former a tender, wMch damaged a plate the hour of six of the evening of Fri- officers on a charge of murder-
You shall induce
'f Vtodn-has been accepted by the governor 7. your neigh-i I friendships but added that of many and necessitated repairs. This delayedher. I I day and before the hour of six of the ing Philip Roberts, Jr., at Cripple

t.t: f : to take effect February Among bor to buy everything from us, as we others who had not previously known She left Cherbourg with a gale evening of Saturday measured by the Creek, Colo., was brought here yes
for
less
those mentioned are Messrs. F. H. have room more money-the them. His blowing and encountered rough weather gauge six inches and fifty-one one terday and lodged in jail. Proceed-
.;:....t-4 there is in sermons are not only force-
f ;, Williams, C. M. Brodwater, F. X. monty your community, ful, but practical and helpful, easily throughout the voyage. At times hundredths of an inch; in brief 61-2 ings will be opened in the Juarez

''Schuller, J. P. Cawood and E. H. the sooner we can put your local mer- applied to daily needs; his teaching heavy seas swept over her decks. inches. i court to determine whether the woman -
chants of business and
out
Ii . ,Westover. It seemed at first that charge' you exemplified in his life, and wielding a Captain Beadnell remained on the Perhaps you wouldn't believe it. shall be turned over to the Amer-

J. .",:f-r. there would be little demand for the any price we please. constant influence for good. bridge most of the trip. Nobody would who hadn't measured I ican authorities at El Paso. If this ;'.'

f ')f'fi'place, but it. looks now as if there "8. You shall look often at the Mrs. Gray will also be much missed, Coming up to her dock at New York it, but that's what Dr. Ed. Drennen, is not granted the Mexican immigration

: Wflljbe a sharp contest. beautiful pictures in our catalogue, so her bright, cheerful nature finding a this morning the liner struck the tug! did. He was busy measuring the rain! authorities say they will order

your wishes will increase and so you cordial welcome wherever known, and: John Nichols amidships. The tug all day, or busy all day measuringthe the woman deported, and she will be

4' ,-* + REGISTRATION AT THE END OF will' send in a big order, although you she is an evef'I ady, willing helper I reached shore and then sank. The rain, whichever you prefer; it's returned to the United States.

? i**** %' "JHfeJ i-i THIRD WEEK IS 2U are not in immediate need of the in all church'work., Both are giftedmusicians I crew was saved. just as good one way as the other,

r: f goods, otherwise you might have some their talent in this line and as correct, for that's about an HURST FOUND GUILTY OF MAN.

'v'e a registration at the end of the money left to buy some necessary aiding greatly in the church services. TO SELL GOODS TO POOR the doctor did yesterday. From 6 SLAUGHTEROcala

i 'week stood at 244 last night, goods from your local merchant: They will receive a cordial welcome o'clock Friday evening to 8 o'clock

; kv ...;Voters t having visited the officet "9. You shall have the merchantswho in their distant home, and will sPeedily Chicago, Jan. 24.-Chicago's first Saturday morning the rainfall was Fla., Jan. 24.The jury in f

.. t,g the day. Nearly one-half of repair the goods you buy fromus make new friends there, but will municipal store, where groceries are 5.37 inches, and from 8 Saturday the Hurst murder case returned a

:. ( time for voters to register has book the bills so you can send the hold always the .high esteem and affectionate to be sold at cost to the poor, was morning until 6 Saturday afternoonthe verdict of manslaughter at 10:30

passed and less than one-fourth of money for his labor to us. for new regard of their parishioners opened today.If gauge showed 1.14 inches. It w'the s o'clock last night. The first trial,

1'# ?, them have registered. goods, otherwise he will not noticeour and others here and elsewhere in the market proves a success hardest and most constant rain held three weeks ago, resulted in a

oI influence. southern Florida. meats ,and wearing apparel also will in many months.Do mistrial The defendant, John Hurst,

l'. THE WEATHER "10. You shall, in cases of sick- be sold and other stores opened in killed Louis E. Boiler near here last

to. Florida: Fair and colder Sunday. ness or need, apply to your local deal. The old Atlantic Coast Line depotat different parts of the city. The city not miss getting a copy of that July. In both trials the defendant ''
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;!\."'* Monday, fair; colder in cast and south er for aid and credit, as we do not Fort Meade is being converted into -I council authorized $25,000 for the new popular music at Curtis & claimed he killed Boller in self de -
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cities the PICTURESIn size of New York, Chicago '

Washington and Pittsburg, one Oc1aalia Nursery r Service I IHas at

often goes into a little theater and

there finds a quiet, contented audi-

ence; and as he casts about to seethe MONTGOMERY
reasons therefor, it is made plain MOTION PICTURE Co's

by a little thought that the pianist always been accepted in Orange County as the

who plays alone has something to do best be
to obtained. No one has ever complainedand
with the attitude of the people. In-
vestigating further, we find that this no oneever will, because our trees are the best Grand Theatre"THE

person really has quite a responsibility and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
resting on her shoulders. The '

pictures are usually divided into three Who ever heard of one untrue to name or whoever LOVE LUTE OF ROMANY," an extraordinary dramatic at-

ki7 a3-6rama6c,comic and cd catiac-I fceard DSan sg D 0xed d IaSm? traction.in. two parts, featuring Frank Dayton.

al. The dramatic calls for experiencein

genuine suffering and a wide J life We offer you first choice tram the largest stockin "THE HIGHEST BIDDER," roaring Lubin Comedy
the comic calls for real'
experience a
; the world for this season's and "A SLEEPY "
planting ROMANCE
suc- another
sense of humor, while the educationalcalls your Lubin Comedy.

for actual knowledge of geogra- cess with our stock is already assured when your

phy, current events and up-to-date grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per :IL/dliss Ruth. Pearl
the dramatic
reading. Taking pic.
sonal inspection ol your land when requested on
tures, movement can be any
every por- "
trayed by the pianist and a most planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto "Dainty Singer of Sweet Songs. Special one week's engagement.

subtle spell woven about the audience planters of large In fact the best
acreage. very Children
that will hold them tense to the last 5c RIOS{ MONDAY Adults
of everything and 0. \\ Conner behind it all. lOc
note. Ragtime is well suited to com-

edy and it is all right perhaps to decry -,- -
ragtime, but for a steady diet of
classics and standard the audience ADDRESS NEXT TUESDAY: JANUARY 27th, George KHene presents the Photo
Drama
would surely leave, for it would be Company's Production of

like cake for breakfast, dinner and
supper-too much of a good thing. "THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII"in

One needs to remember that the audience : OOKL44ll4 NURSERIES

is composed of all kinds of people I 6 parts. Made at Pompeii, Italy, from Lord Bulwer Lytton's Novel. $250,000

with all kinds of ideas and a well : production. One hour and a half to show this wonderful film, the same picture

balanced program is the proper thing. : that $too admission was charged for in New York.
Dept. 23 Tangerine, Fla.
Also, the pianist is not there for a : ,
The picture is scheduled to be shown
recital of her particular choice in mu- ; at the following hours: Afternoon
sic, but to emphasize and bring out 11,1,11111111111111..111.1111.,11,111.11..11.1 ,,, 2:00, 3:45 and 5:2). Evening, 7:00 and 8:45. '

the main ideas of the pictures, and I
her own ideas must take a back seat IliMMMMIMMnilillMIMHIMMIIMHUIIilMMFOR 15 cents ONE DAY ONLY 25 cents

for the time. Some people love the .
SALE H " ,. " ,. '
old songs and some the new, some :111.t'I"lllt"tlll IIIII".IIIIIIIIIII.fllllllllll.III"/l

like ragtime, some waltzes, others ,

marches and two-steps, while some

think it is a positive disgrace to the New Two-Story Modern For Economy and purchase -

community if the classics\ and standards -

; do not prevail. So the wise House, one block from W RIG H T& BBD co power of your mon-
REALTY
course is to have a balanced program.
r Now for the criticism. Notice our t Lucerne Circle. FOR REAL ESTATE ey, Try Wright arm

public officials, how they are bom- Tlials Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
barded with this high art of selfish- Orlando Florida

ness, and ask yourselves the question, bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
Helen Wright Owner
when tempted to criticise, "Have I c ,

f investigated this question thoroughlyand Quality.Fresh .

could I do as well in their place, 113 AMERICA STREET Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

day in and day out?" Also, is there 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' Sweet Milk cents cents dozen
cents; 13 quart, 7 pint; Oranges 10 cents ; Limes 10 cents

: not stance a ,reason an old for English all things dance? For, in- : dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
very
(Arthur Sullivan) -Mr. Forrest WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents pint.
quiet and simple in taste and expression -
r is admirably adapted to old Dabney Carr. Individual .Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express
the Barr" (Mrs. de Emmit Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal ,
colonial and foreign scenes, and if you "Crossing Bradshaw); "Unfold, Ye Portals" Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
l': notice closely, you will see every tone Rederaption"TheMendelssohn
Gounod) "The
is beautiful and clear and each movement ( ; (
Club.
l in the picture is expressed by I
No. 665: "My Country, 'Tis of
f the notes. Also the rhythm of the Hymn
Thee"-Musicas( ). FIRE INSURANCE
r: thing will dawn on your mind and

you will begin to see the meaning of CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE

\-_ the simple things of life and their i
worth. One learns to have a hearty
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school, 2:30 p. m '
Sunday
respect and kindliness for their audience E Yto Success
Experience meeting, 3:30 p. m. \ ,
I.. taken as a unit, and it is ant
Preaching, 7:30 p. m. COUNTRY
unbounded satisfaction to feel that .
i your work to amuse them is appre- Ladies' prayer meeting Wednesday

ir: ciated. The best o! us have much tot 3 Bible p. m. study Thursday, 7:30 p. m. i Just arrived car load fEALE5iAU CRt, JANSEN ,

learn and the pianist is no exception IMPROVED ANDUmnPRovEt
to the rule. But if travel, a good FORDS for immediate tOTARY
of poll tax is essential to
scholastic and musical education in the Payment ORLANDO )ti BFLORIDA. iic
voting. You have friends who will delivery.Get .
t greatest of our cities and having
need vote. Register and pay it 1
J" your :
heard the rendering of these musical

programs by the greatest artists, and now. yours now.F. .

to have suffered sorrow and death, music will Office in Rock Building N. ORANGE AVE. Opposite San JuanHolelElectrically
Of course all the lovers G. RUSH,
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will fit one to express these things as be at the concert on Wednesday, the

portrayed in the motion pictures, 28th; but why not everybodyYou Phone 226
counts.for anything, one is entitled can't afford to miss the inspirationperhaps
to mention some of their views. And you have been waiting for all
your life, nor the music that will lift
." there are two sides to every ques- you out of yourself. It is something
tion. just to look at Maud Powell, who I r
FRANCES A. WOOD. from a child has had one aim, and followed -
it out to ,the top-notch of sue- Equipped!
cess. How many do it? 1-25-2t
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a AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

TONIGHTThe Dr. Buckmaster


program begins at 8 o'clock i
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and will include the entire Mendelssohn 0 -
Osteopathic Physician
Club of eighty voices.

Prelude, "March of the Holy Grail" 132 Orange Avenue

(Wagner).
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Next door to People's Bank, Sixty; Standard Model
"Rtrsifal"Miss Branch. The greatest motorcycle wine
ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
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Hymn No. 574: "Onward, ChristianSoldier" up-stairs. Acute and chronic equipped with Electric Head Lifiht.Electric Tail Liht.Electric Situ
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., Trio Scripture-standing.-, "Praise-- Lesson.- Ye the Lord" (Verdi)- 578. MARKETOf tfL ;".. MOTOCYCLES'e1auw1

Airs. W. L. Palmer, Mr. Curry, Mr. '
Carr. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE FOR 1914
)
Hymn No. 304: "The Church Is One Under and by virtue of two certain writs Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
of execution issued out of the Circuit Court
Foundation" (Wesley). Congregation in the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida in 60,000 brand new red machines will go out over the Indian
standing. and for Orange County in favor of F. Joseph AND SALT MEATS trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production
Raehn Company and against The Fairview
Quartet, "The Valley of Peace" (Meredith Homes Company, I shall sell at public outcry in the history of the industry. _,

)-Miss Gilchrist, Mrs.Palmer, to the door highest in Orlando bidder ,for Orange cash County.at the CourtHouse Florida FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with ".Thirty-Efeht Better-

Mr. Curry, Mr. Carr. during the legal hours of sale on Monday i ments for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
the 2nd day of February A. D. 1914 the Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Solo, "The Prayer" (Caro Roma- following lands and tenements levied upon Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
under said executions as the property of the completely overturn all existing ideas
Miss of
Magruder.Duet motorcycle worth.
Fairview Homes Company levy having been Everything screened away from the flies, aid kept fresh
"Say, Watchman, What of the made on the 2nd day of January, A. "D. 1914, All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
-wit: and
Night" (Sargent-Mr.) Curry and East quarter of south half of northwest pure. head light, electric taillight, two sets high amperage storage bat.
Mr. Carr. quarter of Section 20, Township 22 south of: teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive
Range 30 east, and beginning at northwest We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have speedometer.
Solo, "Lead, Kindly Light" (FrankN. comer of northeast quarter of northwest In You cannot Mr realize the 1914 Indian without thorough study of the 1914
quarter of Section 20, Township 22 south of everything the Meat Line. .
Indua CItato, It makes plain host of
Shepard-Mrs.) W. L. Palmer. Range 30 east, run east 50 feet southeasterly a compelling Indian facts that all motor.
y Hymn No. 353: "Stand Up for Jesus" to a point 50 feet west of southeast corner eyde-iatereited men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
' of northeast quarter of northwest quarter I C&taof-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you're ever read.
: (Webb). Congregation standing. of said section west to southwest corner of
Solo, "Come Unto Me" (C. B. Hawley -' northeast, quarter of northwest quarter thereof The PARLOR MARKET The 1914 line of Indian Motocycle consists of:

)-Miss Gilchrist. northeast north to corner beginning.of northeast Also beginning quarter of at 4 H.P. Stable Service Model.....................?....$200.00
"The northwest quarter of Section 20, Township 22 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty.Five, Regular Model......... 225.00
Quartet, Valley of Peace"Mrs.Palmer south of Range 30 east, run south 20 chains to H. M. Self & Co. 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00
Miss Gilchrist, Mr. Curry, I southeast corner of said quarter section. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00
thence northwesterly t oa point 60 feet east 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Model.........
tr Mr. Carr. i of 1 northwest corner of northeast quarter of Regular ........ 275.00
Hymn No. 510 "He LeadethIe" northwest quarter of said section east to PINE STREET 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
,r : point of beginning. ; 7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00
(Bradbury). J. F. GORDON Prices F.O.B. Factory
Sheriff Orange County FloridaStarbuck Phone No. 80iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
a. "The Dying Christian to His Soul" t Starbuck

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LITTLE PRAISE FOR FATHERA feel he is utterly disgusted with you his tearful, dissapointed boy, how- skulked behind the palms to see that TO GAS CONSUMERS: as good as you want we will pay the

and your natural foe for life-and ever, though he felt worse, much the orchestra was paid. While the great majority of bill for the changes. This offer is
our
then overheard him bragging to worse, than his boy himself.) gas made to all gas consumers. If I
movement is on foot to set apartone you And once you found him out;whenin customers are getting good and satis- you
Neighbor Jones about yourmart Sometimes he seemed awfully mis- factory service, can suggest a fairer one we will
Sufday in the year in prafcz of raving typhoid, you glimpsed his some are not. As make it. We know we have of
deeds, wonderful and taken-for instance, after big soon as complaint was made to the plenty
father; a certain Sabbath in June is your bravery your haggard, drawn face, and saw real commissioners good gas in our mains and we want
began investi-
already dedicated to mother, but father -' powerful intellect and originality.You scrap with Bill Jones, and you beg-!I miserable tears on his cheeks. Oh, gation and have we found that an in every to get it to you.

yet unsung. i' nearly wept to hear about your unflinching ged pa to go over and kill him, or, at pa's heart is there, all right. instance the trouble is local. Our gas We have made this offer to several
The scheme has its sentimental side courage ,and glittering wit; least, give him a terrible drubbing, all comes from one holder and all are that were getting unsatisfactory ser-
I Queer thing, but no matter how getting the same quality of vice and in every instance perfect
and will, doubt be kindly received you were filled with wonder, love and that very night, but he diden't see it gas.
no
I I hopping mad you get at pa, you would Your trouble is insufficient service satisfaction has resulted, which shows
by everybody but father himself. The praise at yourself. that way. never stand hearing Bill or other piping, faulty plumbing, or incorrect very conclusively that the trouble is
any
American pa is not that kind. Sometimes, it is true, after usingup Some ways it is very discoursing adjustment of the burners. Your not with the quality of the gas but
to be a If he wants to see a bail boy casting any "asparagus" on him- original piping have been suffi- with the local service.
Pa may not have been strictly beau- his best razor on the sail cloth and pa. may
never. And how eagerly you listen cient for the original service and ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT
Saturday afternoon, he sneaksoff : you CO.
tiful but as Eugene Field once said ropes of your tent, and his silk hat game have increased
when grandma tells you about his I may beyond capacity. l-24-2t
of the crocodile, he is undoubtedly for your boys parade, you thoughthim like a thief with the family spoonson and Or the piping may theoretically be
!
boyish pranks smart escapades
useful. I lacking in a sense of humor, in him, and guilt written all overhim. sufficient and yet have a water pocket
Anybody would think he was goingoff Some day, likely, a little chap of your in it or be nearly filled with rust. EVERY ONE SUFFERING WITH
There's nothing ever takes the place his dealings with you later.
I own will want to hear about his pa If you are not getting good service
of a corking god pa. There has been, But, taking him by and large, he cruising to Bermuda. Why is it also; and how you'd hate to have the there is a reason. .' SEVERE COLDS l'
a lot of poetry written about ma, but i,has done pretty well. That Christmasyou thus? Pa won't stand being wept little fellow hear However, it is useless to discuss I -
wondering, hungry
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pa is seldom sung-for which relief: wept for celestial things like air over-he only asks to keep the fur- these questions. We submit this prop- For the last week everybody in Or- 1 i

he gives thanks. Just the same,there I, rifles and double runners, etc., he was nace going, the yard raked and the I something that wasn't just square and osition: lando seems to have a severe cold, and 1
right! If you are not getting satisfactorygas a real bad cold is
are times in a boy's life when there is especially hard pressed to buy the gass bill down; occasionly he jaws service and will file about the most an- J
No, the Sunday is off is won't a written noying thing a person can have. It
the butcher and milkman to releive pa ;
use for a man's sympathy and a man'shelp family flour, coal and first aids like i complaint at our office stating plainly is said that colds are contagious, and '
when there is more joy over one Castoria, not to mention flannels and his overburdened soul; at times his do. The next best thing is to appre- your difficulty we will inspect your it must be true, for when one person

pa than all the ninety and nine mas i I t your shoes. (Heavens, how fast they pipe is his only friend-he can only ciate him a little as he goes along, stoves and heaters and your service in a family catches a cold, the rest of
and catch to the fact that his tired piping. We will report to you in the family has
suffer and be strong.At on generally one also.
and aunts that can't understand. After -\wore out!) Also he sent the doctora writing what is to be done Lots I
necessary of in
people Orlando
all, they never were boy's.Queer check for fixing your broken arm sister's wedding he was a little I I shoulders and gray hairs show that to supply your service with good gas Laney & Abernethy make a cold say cure De-,
things they are-pas. Takeit from falling off the grocery wagon. lower than the janitor; but he gritted j I he is having troubles of his own-be- and plenty of it. called D. C. Capsules, which only .
his teeth, gave the bride away, and I fore it is too late. If you will follow our directions and takes a few doses to break the
after a sharp scolding, when you (Pa diden't explain these trifles to do not get all the i up .:
gas you want and most severe cold. 1-23-tf )


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Machinery and Manufacturer's Display



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: AN ORANGE OR A GRAPEFRUIT GROVE


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The Seedling Tree is a thing of the past. There is more profit for you DO NOT BE MISLEDby
in planting a budded grove, and waiting three or four years for it to come into
bearing, than there ever can be in buying a seedling grove already in bear- citation of individual box or individual shipment returns of other varie ,

ing, whose product comes directly into competition with countless thou- ties. We have received as high as $12.50 per box for Conner Prolific Grape-

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

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

The Oeklawaha Nurseries Do Not Propagate Ordinary make money.

; : Varieties For Commercial PlantingEvery THE OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES are not asking you to pay big prices for

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

- :: brings the grower fabulous prices able for native hardwood growth and another pine, and still another saw pal-

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

same care has been exercised to produce the early and late ripening, the ARE SITUATED IN THE WESTERN END OF ORANGE COUNTY,
maintenance of desirable size, the clear, bright peel, and the heavy bearing 25 miles from Orlando. We have the S. A. L. railway within one-half mile of
strain that makes their CONNER PROLIFIC and MARSH SEEDLESS va- our offices, at victoria Station, and have the Bell Telephone service connected

rieties wonders of production, of the very highest quality of fruit, and thus with all local lines through Orlando, and this is at your service. Call us at

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

\ entire marketing period from October to, June. The last gathered was goodas world.
the first, and the prices realized ($2.15 on the trees average over the four 1 t
seasons of shipment) speak for the quality. Here then are the reasons why as
OUR NEW 1914 CATALOG will be ready about January 1st. Apply now .
a commercial proposition CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT is the EAR-
for a copy and tell us what you want in your first letter.
LIEST, LATEST and BEST for you to plant.

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passions same That eighteen the of. elementary human centuries nature feelings ago were as I I I I N' K & TRUST COMPANY I [ELECTRIC[ VACUUM L CLEN[ [


are today is most forcibly
drama
in Geo. Kleine's photo
site, "The Last Days of Pompeii I
announced for one night at the J3 orida.

M theater, with matinee starting at : close of business December 31, 1913 Have your room or house
o'clock and running continuously

. 2 until 10 p. m. RESOURCES cleaned without dust or troubleof
The principal characters of I
$103,080.10
story are Nydia;the blind flower . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 moving furniture .
who passionately loves the *
26,018.33
and wealthy Greek youth,
in Banks 200,946.57
who pities the blind girl but is
and Fixtures 25,974.87
self in love with lone, the beaut The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
Athenian.maiden. Another virile
$656,382.21LIABILITIES
tor is the proud Egyptian
perienced man.
Arbaces, whose passion for lone

him to terrible extremes, even . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
murdering her brother, Profits . . . . . . . 35, 14.86
SEE THEM FOR TERMS
Then there are the idle pleasure . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38 ;|IT

ers, Clodius, and Sallust, friends
Glaucus, and the repulsive : $656,382.24


of tale Vesuvius; Burbo, who and herself Stratonica ha ,.her : 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68 ELECTRIC
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a of host the of tavern others; all the woven gladiators into a, I 1913 . . . ? . . . . . $521,167.38 The CO11''llnc,


of masterly quality and absorbent . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70
terest all actuated by the
; directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust CHURCH STREET
of love, hate, avarice and
call the attention of its depositors and
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of Orlando to the above statement.
It
parallel joys and pleasures.
then it is of the Bank feels that this showing reflects -.
the same world as
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and Strength begets confidence and
velopment of Christianity
better bank than in health-
by
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a knowledge better and control-perhaps perhaps through \its. M.patrons.SMITH, President I
Sacrifice rricB
All the reading and study in F C. E. NOLAN, Cashier I a
world can not convey one-half

,much of the awful magnitude of rr
eruption of Mt. Vesuvius and the mHHiHJjjJHiiwJft r

struction of Pompeii as a few r r @

minutes of George Kleine's great IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ
to drama, "The Last Days of r r

peii," adapted from Lord Oandies Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just j ;
With the reader [
famous novel. r
one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Im- I !
student much is left to the

tion, but'in the pictures it is : . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb. proved with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest \

out in vivid realism and the .. 20c. Ib. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. Ib.
sion is photographed forever on . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . . 40c. lb. locations in Orlando.

brain through the world's most . 20c. Ib. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . .40c.lb.

derful camera-the eye. Mr. . 20c. Ib. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. lb. The Price is Right
Kleine's photo drama, "The Last
. . 20c. Ib.Chocolate Almonds
of Pompeii," will be presented at
Chocolate Marshmallows
Grand theater for one night r
Chocolate Creams
with matinee commencing at.2 '
Chocolate Filberts

WINTER HOME candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts. r F .
The Winter Home Land and Fresh Fruit, 140. 15c. extra for delivering any I rl ll Roa1'E1ate r B t

opment company have a half paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one I
advertisement in the Sentinel i

worth reading. A new and ]
Phone 504 Watkins Block
DRINKS SERVED
proposition is presented that is

value. The gentlemen who are COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.
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acres nearly surrounding Big : . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc.
Lake, and its companion lakes. . . . .
said to be one of the most : . . . l 15 Oc.c. Hot Lemonade . . . . . . ... lOc. f iiiiiiiiiMtiimiitmThe D 111II D I111 K'

spots in the state, and in the : . . ? ,,10c. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c.
of a fine orange producing : AltamonteALTAMONTE I
Winter Home is fourteen miles
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west of Kissimmee on the .,
Midland railroad, and seven SPRINGS, FLORIDA.

west of Taft,. from which place I SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C.L

is a good automobile road. A I 1111111111111111111. R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in Inte-
office has been established at rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
Home and a store. A hotel will .1111.1.1.$. most beautiful and healthful location In Florida, on '

open to the public and people high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
fishing will find this place to Golf, Tennis, Bowling Billiards,
liking. ""tt'Jljj I; ;[; jil( ":":":":" ";" ," # Hotel ments.has Orange 500 feet and broad grapefruit piazza. Fishing grove All modeen free Shooting to improve guests.etc.


The farmer thinks it must .111..11111 Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.

snap to work in an office
wife leisurely telephone to
your store at the last moment for the GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer

the farmer has spent months in
( Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
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city man's money at the end MAKE IT OUR BUSINESS ;

month. We would like to tell

what both think of those To supply particular Stationery, Office
producing and consuming point
and Blank Books for
the postal regulations will not Supplies particular peo-
0. Water Ice
mit.-Advocate, Greenville, ple.


Ocklawaha Nurseries, We try to please even the most fastidious ;
Florida's best fruit trees,
No. J8 West Central Avenue i
reached from all parts of and will welcome enquiries about the

Lake, Seminole, Osceola and l
counties by auto over hard I ne No. 6 special goods you have not been able to procure 1
roads, most convenient for all
ers, and most reliable in elsewhere.

Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine " ' Our staple line comprises enough to fill !
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Thirty-five acres, fronting on .. Our prices will bring future orders. -
Conway, 25 acres of fruit .
ten acres of garden land, one 1 I W. S. BRANCH
t dred bearing orange trees, \ ,
house and barn. Price $2,500.
Twenty-eight acres, twelve Just ReceivedNew The Arcade Book and Music Store
in grove, four hundred bearing
and two hundred young budded

fruit, eight hundred boxes of I If "you want to sell anything, remember -
now Eighty on trees.acres Price, twenty-five$3,200. i line of Foulards, Crepes the Sentinel want columns. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

cleared and fenced, house I Everybody reads itHMIIIIMMIIimmHII AND DO ALL KINDS OF
buildings. Price $1,500. and other Spring materials. OPTICAL
lake front
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$1,000.Twentyfive.
acres bearing OSTEOPATHSOldestEstablished :
grove located on lake front \\; Practice In I DR. L H. RAMSDELL
city limits. Ideal location. for i i I Agents for Barclay Corsets3IcCaIl's Orlando : OPTOMETRIST
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THE DAILY A CONFLICT OF AUTHORITYThe SPEER PROBE WILL SHIFT TO :bank> building for the Tampa Savingsand mond firm-for the paving of many Greatest Grove Bar-
SAVANNAH Trust company. The structureill streets in the Polk county capital.
:
South Florida Sentinel city authorities of Orlando Macon, Ga., Jan. 24.-Chairman \\ cost $25,000.A The work must be completed by July
in Florida.Located
MORNING AND WEEKLY have heretofore been strict construc- Webb of the congressional committee, 1st. gain .
>.
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor ud Owner. tionists in the matter of the enforce which last Monday began investigation man who was resisting arrest in I

ment of Sunday laws, forbidding the of charges of official misconduct Pensacola fell to the pavement with I A firm organized as the Florida in the famous Auburn.I .
Entered at the poitoffice at Orlando Florida -
u Second Clair MaO Matter. sale on that day of even such necessaries against Federal Judge Emory Speer, such force as to break his arm, and and Tennessee Land company has ac I dale and Winter Haven district.

TO ADVERTISERS: as bread. When the commissioners today announced the scene of the inquiry instead of being sent to the lockup quired 1,650 acres ,of land in Polk 21-2 acres ten-year-old budded

took charge under the changed would, on next Monday, be he was sent to the hospital.A county, near Fort Meade, and will I grapefruit, small packing house
Copy for duplty and all other handset
form of municipal government they shifted to Savannah, Ga. Witnesses and a five room bungalow. Two
advertising mart be handed in at the bl1I Dell endeavor to dispose of it in small
> offke of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. this ball tendered in blocks from depot. Five
the day before publication. This rule applies attempted to modify regime by summoned to Macon, including T. S. was Pensacola tracts to newcomers. The deal rep- acres
U changes for contract advertising; it b permitting the sane and sensible Felder, attorney general of Georgia, Wednesday night under the auspicesof resents $30,000, it is said. seven year old trees, five acres
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. change to selling "the necessaries and will go to Savannah. The scope and the Police Benevolent association.I of two to seven year old trees,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: comforts of life" on Sunday. In this character of the investigation was All the "cops" were there, except, and five acres being cleared. All

One Year .....................$5.00 they were following the state law and further indicated today when Chair perhaps> a few who were compelled tobe The St. Petersburg Independentsays trees in perfect order and buddedto
Six Months ................... 2.50Three were pursuing the line of common man Webb stated that all information on duty.Governor. I : "Contracts for putting down grapefruit, pineapple and late
Months ................. 1.25 sense and the most effectual enforce would be submitted to the judiciary about three miles of brick streets in Valencia oranges. Owner a non.
In Advance. ment of the laws for the proper observance committee. Trammell has granted a St. Petersburg were let this morningto resident and forced to sell at

of the Christian Sabbath. "The judiciary committee is not respite to Tom Williams, a negro who the Georgia Engineering companyat once. Any reasonable terms can
SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 1914.The the of to in Putnam Fri- a price of 5 cents a square yard be made. Will take Orlando
They were avoiding folly rendering -bound to accept our recommendations, was hang county residence -
Tampa Times has coined a new the Sunday laws odious and although it usually does. Should we day. The respite was granted upon lower than has ever been secured in or business property as

expression, saying that certain folk unbearably burdensome.But recommend impeachment and the representations that there is a doubtas this city and said to be the lowest part trade. Price for all $12,500.

will "Gasparilla with us." The soundis the county solicitor, who under committee sustains us, then the arti- to Williams' sanity. price for paving ever made in Florida.

rather significant the law is charged with the prosecution cles of impeachment would be drawn The company which'secured the con- Cooper AthaExclusive
tract bid $1.49 a yard for
o of violators of the criminal lawsof and submitted to the house, with the Ben H. Thomas, who for several square paving
; 25 cents a cubic yard for grad-
Kissimmee is digging into the this grade, announces his purposeof recommendation that they be adopted. months has been managing editor of Agents
ing and 381-2 cents a lineal foot for
ground for both water and oil, which arraigning before the criminal "Should the house concur in the action the Pensacola Evening News, has re
proves that Kissimmee has all sorts court of record all those who trans of the committee, it would standas signed. It is said that he may be a granite curbing. The lowest bid ever 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.
secured before was $1.54 for paving
of faith in her natural resources. gress the rigid rules of a literal compliance an indictment against Judge Speer bidder for the plant.when it is offered ;
,. 25 cents for,grading and 441-2 cents Orlando FloridaMIMIMMIiillliiinilM
o with the orders of the former and would then be presented to the for sale by the receiver. -

It will be a puzzle to some why city government We put it in this senate, which would sit as an impeachment for curbing.

Col. Goethals should way intentionally because the state court in the case."
prefer to be police The Bartow board of aldermen
commissioner of New York to laws under which the county solicitoris I have let contracts-one to a Chattanooga Take your repairing to Warman on I

governor of the canal zone. There presumed to act do not bear out I JACKSONVILLE MAKING READY company and one to a Rich Court street 125tfI1111111111111111111111I1111111I11II11111111111111111 I

must be a reason. the unreasonably puritanical con FOR BIG REUNIONThe Supree Auto ml
o struction placed upon them by the 24th annual reunion of the !

., Villa had almost achieved a reputation strict constructionists.There United Confederate Veterans' association -
is thus direct conflict
as a warrior bold until he began a
and Sons of Confederate Vet
posing for the motion picture ma brought about between city and county erans, will be held at Jacksonville, A. Y. FUI.IER R. L. FOX The oil that has

chines. His fighting qualities will authorities; and the people are between Fla., April 29, 30 and May 1, 1914. stood the supreme -
now suffer a discount. Ten to one he "the devil and the deep blue To receive and entertain these reunions THE PALMS AUTO COREO
which is which we'll leave be
doesn't take Torreon. sea, to test
the Jacksonville Reunion association -
determined in accordance with individual -
o has been chartered under the
MOTOR CARS
preferences. But the positionof
Senator Fletcher and John Stock- laws of Florida. It is composed of a ; -- THAT: ____
those who directly concernedin
are
ton are evidently running a gum shoe this question of law enforcementis number of Jacksonville's most active For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
campaign so far. Except for the sen and patriotic citizens, who will give
ator's appearance at Tampa nothingis embarrassing, to say the least of freely of their time and talent to the full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof
heard of his operations, and his it;; for they "will be damned if theydo Good Gulf Gasoline
of to receive all veterans
perfecting plans
All work is absolutely
worthy opponent is also keeping pow and they'll be damned if they and visitors.ADJUSTING competent repair men. our r

'; erfully quiet. When may we expect don't.-Tampa Times. guaranteed.

hostilities to break out in earnest? SQUABBLE OVER
.
APPLES AND THE __
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TRUST BILLS HW
It became for HABIT
: necessary Secretary Washington, Jan. 24.-Questions
McAdoo to tell the New York bankers : P. G. WAlTOlUgt.
before congressional committees as to THE PALMS AUTO CO
that he was not as green as he The following letter from a bartender the jurisdiction of the administrationtrust i
looked. But it shouldn't have been of twenty-five years' experience -
necessary after McAdoo had done as appears in the Florida Metropolis conference bills, of were leaders.composed It was today agreed at a FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.ItlllllMlltlMMMIMMimiMMMMOIMMMMMttt. : PHONES 450269HilMMMtiMllilliiM I

much for New York as he did. Per- and is reproduced for the good that only heads of the executive departments I .

haps the New Yorkers thought Mc hat it may. do: were to be consulted on *
Adoo better at tunnel digging than Will you permit a bartender of ..
I the new bills, but that
congressmen.
at finance. twenty-five; years' experience in his
business to give your readers what he who are not members of the commit-
p-- believes to be an antidote for the tees handling the bills should be questioned -
The reports that are coming in liquor habit. to develop free exchange of I I
from every section to be covered by It's simple. Eat apples. The man
who eats three apples a day will soon views.
the South Florida Midwinter exposition
lose his desire for drink. If boys
indicate that the fair this year were taught to 'eat them each day, NEWS FROM ALL ,
is'to be an event of much greater attractiveness they would be in little danger.I PARTS OF FLORIDAFrom
and importance than ever know, for I have tried it on manyof
my "star" customers. It lost trade
before. Orlando business men should for me, but there are some decent men ( the Gainesville Sun)
not fail to take advantage of the opportunity in the business. In my experience I West Tampa business realty is reported -
to have an exhibit in the never sold a drunken man or a minor
to be selling as high as $150
trades display. a drink-and never took one myself. Man is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry.
And I have sold drinks all the way per front foot.
o !from frontier towns to the big cities. The majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule
President Wilson has chosen George I Of course, it will not always work. Flying is becoming a fad at St.
Foster Peabody, the millionaire phil- But, as a rule, the apple habit and the Petersburg, a number of society girls not as expensive jewelry as ladies, but of necessity he has ,.
to be member of the whiskey habit clash. To dodge whiskey -
anthropist, a
federal reserve board. Looks as if he try apples-then more apples. having "gone up in the air" recently. to wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring,
o
might have found a good man who The Pensacola papers are In a The Polk county commissionershave cuff links, vest chain and numerous other. articles are all .
needed the job. He might make the streak of hard luck. The News has planned to construct a new jail
: board Andrew to be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men's
complete by naming been thrown into bankruptcy and libel at a cost of between $50,000 and $60-

Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller and suits for eighty thousand dollars have 000. jewelry. Quality the best. Stocks the largest. \
George J. Gould as the other mem been filed against the Journal. Both

bers. will come out all right, however. The The people of Detroit, Dade county, I .' :
0 News will be sold and bought by held a celebration last Tuesday anent
The Ocala Banner observes that somebody with a bank roll and the the completion of dredge work on the
five out of Florida's six congressmenare I Journal will win in its libel suits. canal.

lawyers. While the Banner'I The Journal is conducted too carefullyto

doesn't mention Congressman Claude wilfully or wantonly libel any one, The St. Petersburg Times says thatit ..
L'Engle, he is the only member of the and the plaintiff will find it out is believed that an organized bandof

delegation who is not a member of 0 crooks is operating in the Sunshine J.

the.. .legal. profession... The- Banner Judge Emory Speer, who long held City. I
thinks it is time to have a farmer, or the reputation of being a martinet on -

mechanic-a member of the workingand the bench, is receiving a taste of the Chester Strickland, a Tampa boy, I

producing classes-in congress bitter pills he has been handing out had two bones broken by a collisionat

from this state. Upon the broad to attorneys in his court all these Terra Ceia a few days ago. The T.l1.vansthe JewelerOPPOSITE

> principle of a diversity of interests years. When he arose to defend him- .boy was riding a motorcycle and it

< being represented in the government, self against some statement made bya hit a wagon.
the Sentinel agrees with the Banner. prosecuting witness in the inquiry

Yet the character and ability of the which is being made of his official The St Petersburg Shriners' association POSTOFFICE

man should be first taken into account acts, he was ordered by the chairmanto has leased a suite of rooms

If he is honest, able and en- take his seat; that ,his counsel in the Wood block and will install
AND ENGRAVING
ergetic and in sympathy with the would speak for him. This to the I suitable furnishings at the earliest EXPERT REPAIRING

masses, legal training is an obvious judge was probably worse than the possible date.A .
advantage for a law maker to pos defamation of false testimony.

sess. The fact that there are so many o contract has been let to E. W.

lawyers in congress makes it some erection of the
Sentinel want ads. get results. Parker for the new
what desirable to send other lawyers .
i there to cope with them.It -- = ---- ---- -- -- --
I o Orlando's FavoriteShopping Place

is said that Secretary Bryan'sreal
New Studebakers are Here
ambition is to be United States

senator. What a come down! Such T.it-M'ANT SAY
Four Five TouringCar :
reports must originate with Mr. Bry- Cylinder, Passenger

an's enemies. He stands a better $1,115.Four .

chance to win the nomination for the Cylinder Landau-Roadster, $1,265.Six TcdayMonday
presidency and to be elected than he

ever did. His great fight at the Baltimore Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,

convention aroused the ad 1640. Every Remnant we have in stock ranging from 1-2 J

miration before granted and praise him of a men pleasant who never look. Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All to 6 and 7 yards, at less than half price.

Cars with Electric Lights and
j His potential influence in framing the fully equipped

tariff and currency laws is recognized, starter--and every up-to-day equipment. Come
and while he doesn't: receive the credit around and see them. SilKs, Dress Goods, Wash Goods

for it there can be no doubt' that his

counsel has been of much profit to

President Wilson. Indeed, Bryan is San Juan Garage Co. Etc.,, Etc., Etc.

recognized by many as the power be-
hind the throne in the Democratic administration i

and there is a smoulder- All Night Service

ing feeling that the man who has
.AEr:01'f": E. JVES
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worked so long and fought so val-
iantly for Democratic success-all the AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five

time on the firing line for so many per cent off for cash, S. Orange Avenue, Orlando fi ;
years-should at last come into his

. just reward. .

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Miss Meade Gardner, of Greenville, WILL BEGIN SOLICITING FOR '! Take the elevator to the second floor.

Tenn., who has been at the Umatilla EXHIBITS IN TRADE DISPLAYMr. iFAVORnSETHEASEj'I'!!

hotel, left on Wednesday to
accept a
THE TUNER B. E MILLER, '
ManagerMatinee
position in a bank at Orlando.Eustis C. K. Pomeroy has completedhis i i
ORLANDO, FLA. I
the advertising
Lake Region.Reengagements. tour of county,
exhibits for the South a 2 to 10 P.M. \
and'Soliciting
are a mark of ap- Florida Midwinter exposition to be I I| Admission 5 cents I ,
preciation. Maud Powell again, January 1721. His last trip T i w llnnw\ rt Cu
Mr. F. H. Zimmons, Jr., of Pitts- 28. 'Auspices Methodist Baraca held February DallDCDallDCDallDCDallDGDGllDGAjMonday's i ,
Windermere
made.to Gotha and ,
burg, Pa., is a late arrival at the San class. 15.11t was Program I IOrlando's
where he found the spirit of enthusiasm -
Juan. Mr. Lee Umberger, representing the Three reel feature, I
for the fair at high tide and a
Mr. Wm. Tercrange, of Chattanooga Southern Realty and Auction company "THE DEAD SECRET"Featuring Largest Store
number of fine exhibits, including an
Tenn., is spending today in Or- of Greensboro, N. C., is in Orlando fine flock of turkeys anda Miss Marion Leonard,
exceptionally
lando. and expects to put on an auc- the most versatile actress in motion
number of blooded hogs besides Did It"Hlllllllli
tion sale of lots here in the fu- pictures. This special feature is one "Quality
Mr. W. H. Grinnell, of Beloit, Wisp near displays of products. He will
many Film Co.
of the greatest the Monopol
is among the late arrivals at the San ture.Mr. begin next week to solicit exhibits
made. We want one in
'f and Mrs. A. L Delcazi who ever every I
Juan. from the merchants and business men !
Orlando to see this great picture, so I
Mr. A. P. Montague, of Lake City, were married in Pittsburg, Pa.,Thursday for the trades display,,which will be Just think, I .
raise the
did price.
we not I
is in Orlando today, a guest at the arrived in Orlando last night'on made the first day of the fair. wonderful three-reel picture for a till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III II I'1
a visit to their brother-in-law. a I -
San Juan. charge 25 cents ,.
y nickel. We don't you.
Mr. W. M. Pannill, of Atlanta, Ga., Lawrence Gentile, on Magnolia ave- BLEASE COMMUTES SENTENCES as--the others. i I II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII'III

was in Orlando yesterday on business nue.The OF MORE PRISONERS I ,
matters. Bumble Bee Girls will buzz '
in Pretty good evidence of the gen '
again dances
Miss Willie Person leaves today for! new and striking costumes Columbia, S. C., Jan. 24.-Sentences found For Rent
at the "Living Pictures," Lu- eral honesty of printers was
Plant City to be the guest of Mrs. of seven convicts in the state peni- .
in the Illinois state penitentiary '
theater recently
cerne February 3rd. The \
Root. tentiary from Spartanburg county,
Harry
at Joliet. It was decided to .
managers guarantee won't be
you three of whom were convicted of stat- .
Dr. A. P. Montague, of Lake City, stung. publish a monthly paper to be edited .
assault and two of homicides,
San Juan. Dr. Montague is presidentof utory by the convicts, but the prison offi-
Orange county is planning for Governor
commuted
a were today by
Columbia college. cials were in a difficulty when it was Furnished house
factory to make brick for building Blease to be served on the public I on Lake
Mr. E. M.. Enyart, of Connersville, good roads found that there was not a single
as provided for by her works of Spartanburg county, with
Ind., arrived in the city Friday and printer among the 1,500 inmates of I
$600,000 bond issue.
Nothing slow reduced terms.Approximately. Lucerne March
15th
. I. stopping at the Orland. about the progressive citizens of old forty convicts have the institution. A former banker unI to No.vember -

Mrs. Sallie Adams, of Lexington, Orange.-Putnam Herald.Mr. been released from the state prison der sentence for forgery will be the I k t

Ky., has arrived to*spend the winterat J. A. Castlin, a regular winter I this month by this procedure. Governor editor. In the Ohio penitentiary at 1st.
the home of Mrs. W .H. Howard. Columbus it was necessary some
visitor to Orlando, arrived yesterday Blease contends that the con- I
to discontinue the publica-
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, from Philpot, Ky., and as usual is victs will be of greater service on the years ago j -
of the prison paper' because
tion
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barbe making his home at the Central county works., s. : w&I
.
1-2-tf' there were no printers in the prison,I: .,
Shop. House. His friends are pleased to ..
although there were fifty bankers. I
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Gotts, of Senec, have him in their midst again. A Jacksonville firm has been II

Castle, N. Y., arrived in the city Fri Mr. and Mrs. Willis C. Munger and' awarded contract to do about $30,000 They demonstration of Sunshine .:4iMMtitiiiiinmiMiimniMiiiiiiimiimiinn, 'J
biscuits held Saturday at I
and ,
day and are the guests of W. H. How- son, of Kansas City, Mo., are at the worth of vitrified brick paving in Fort I I cakes tMlltMlllfltMMIIIIMMmimMliMliM |llimi_ 5
Grocery _
the Caruthers & Gore Sanitary
flrd, on West street. Sa'n Juan. Mr. Munger is. one of Or- Meade.

t Dr. Weldon Person will leave for land 's,best friends and boosters, and will be continued until Monday\: Fresh Vegetables ]
invited to
noon. The public cordially :
Atlanta after visit with his has a whole hundred of friends here I <
today a Fire Chief Reedy of Key West is come and get samples of the special ,

parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Person, who are always delighted' to see him. urging the city council to purchase a ties. it'\ Received Every MorningWe i

on South Main street. The demonstration of Sunshine combination motor truck and other

Maud Powell, violinist, Lucerne cakes and biscuits, held Saturday at equipment for the safeguarding of.

theatet, January 28. Auspices Metho- I the Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery -i property. LUTHER.. THE FLORIST carry the greatest variety of any gro- :

dist Baraca class. Reservations be- will be continued until Monday I v in the
Cut Flowers eery city.
gin January 23. One dollar. 1-15-llt noon. The public cordially invited to In addition to delighting the eye

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lambert are come and get samples of the specialties with beautiful and striking costumes, ROSES, VIOLETS, BiscuitsWill
Dog
among .the late arrivals from Day it and staging, the "Living Pictures"will CARNATIONS, PANSIES,

ton, Ohio. They are comfortably located Mr. Frank B. Stoneman, editor ofthe delight the ear of even the-most

at 308 West street Miami Herald, is in Orlando for critical by the accompanying musical POTTED PLANTS keep your canine healthy. .

Mr. and Mrs. J. Cody Nilson' of a brief visit. :Mr. Stoneman was for numbers which will be sung by Mrs.

Nohaset, Mass., arrived .in Orlando: a number of years editor of the Daily W. L. Palmer, Mr. Walter Drennen Fresh Cocoanuts, Candy Figs,

yesterday for an indefinite stay. They Record in Orlando, and he has many and Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr. COAL CHARCOAL I

friends here who remember him Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Borman and
are located at the San Juan. Nut Meats

p Mrs. Wallace Mantey underwent a kindly. daughter, Miss Norma Borman, of WOODVeneer I .

surgical operation at Orlando on Mr. John C. Compton arrived last Sioux City, Iowa, arrived yesterday I i

Wednesday, from which she is recov- night from Chicago and will spend for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon! Cores

ering nicely.-Eustis Lake Region.Mr. several days with his son, Mr. Richard Gore. Mr. Borman has been a prominent j Seasoned Heart Pine THE SANITARY GROCERY

0. Compton. The Messrs. Comp. jeweler in the West for many; Oak Wood
and Mrs. M. L. Cross and son,
ton own a large and prolific orange )ears. He comes here for a rest from! and lengths
and Miss Martin, of Clarksville All sizes CARUTHERS ,& GORE
grove two miles south of town on the business. They will probably remain i
Tenn., arrived in Orlando yesterdayand
Pine Castle road.The' here for the winter. Mrs. Bormanis Orlando Wood YardB.
are registered at the San Juan. Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
I a sister of Miss Emma Hainer.
Miss Elizabeth Reynolds, a well Demonstration of Sunshine \
KINGSLEY
W. Proprietor :
Orlando growing stronger and
cakes and biscuits, held Saturday at ,
known and popular nurse, arrived in 1 Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.
Orlando last night from Columbus, the Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Gro- better as a city and as a center of I CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
culture and refinement and as an I Turpentine Chips Fence Posts l
Ohio, and will remain until spring. cery, will be, continued until :Mondaynoon. .
The public cordially'invited to ideal place to live, and it is goipg to I M.SMMI -

Eat Eat what all you you want.want ties.come and get samples of the special-It continue city should to grow grow.in every There way may thata bet I..... . .. . . . . . . IIIIIIIIIII'IEE1MtOv

Take a postscript and forget it
sale all some conditions in Orlando that can,
For by druggists.
Hon. J. N. High, the editor-legisla- S.A.LECommencing ;
l-7-d&w.lyr not be classed as ideal, but it is well A
lator of Hamilton county, has announced .
worth living in and withing its limits
Mr. Geo. H. Hunt, representing"Peg
his candidacy for the officeof 6th we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,
o' My Heart," which will appearat may be found as many desirable citi- Tuesday, January ,

the Lucerne theater Wednesday, commissioner of agriculture. He zens as anywhere on earth within the Wool Underwear at cut prices for CASH.
states that his chances of being the'high"
February 4th, is spending today in same space.
man are good.-Putnam ,Her
Orlando. $25.00 'Overcoats $17.50
ald. $30.00 Suits $20.50 :
ARCADE RESTAURANT Overcoats
Prof. P. M. Boyd, of Atlanta, is If you think that women haven't Sunday Dinner, 50c. 25.00 Suits 17.50 20.00 14.75
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Overcoats
the guest of Rev. C. B. Wetherill for I MENU: Suits 18.00 13.50
the time, don't know 15.75
or strength, or 22.50
a few days. Prof. Boyd is, a Gospel Chicken Soup 16.50 Overcoats 12.00
I. enough to vote, and that their influence Roast Chicken, Sage Dressing 20.00 Suits 14.75
singer and has several engagements
I should not extend beyond the Cranberry Jelly
with churches in Florida. Mashed Potatoes Rice SWEATERS HATS
family, you will be interested in the
Cornbread
General admission 75 cents. Maud "Suffrage Picture" which will be Hats
Creamed Cauliflower Spiced Yams $3.00 Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 $3.50 '
Powell, violin recital, Lucerne theater, shown at the "Living Pictures" and Celery Salad
Sweaters Hats 2.78
January 28. Reserved seats one dol explained by :Miss Safford, the presi- Apple' and Orange Pie 2'5'0 1,75 4.00

lar. 1-15-llt dent of the Women's Equal Suffrage Chocolate Ice Cream Cake 2.00 Sweaters 1.35"i.io 3.00 Hats 2.25

League of the state. Lucerne theater Tea CoffeeOSTEOPATHY Sweaters 2.50 Hats 1.75
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Beatty, Mr. I 1.50
James Means} and Miss Elizabeth February 3rd. Remember we only handle the celebratedHartSchaffner & Marx line ot Clothes'

Reynolds arrived in Orlando last :Maud Powell concert reservations All Men's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale.

night from Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. now on sale at Drennen-Lattner Co.

Ueatty is the sister of Mrs. J. C. Pat- 1-22-lw DR. J. C .HOWELL
SCRUGGS & DICKSON "
terson. Eat what you want. Hours, 10-12, 3-3, and by appointmentNo ,

Maud Powell concert reservations Eat Take all a you postscript want and forget it extra Telephone charge for connections house treatment This store is the home of Hart Schaftner & Marx clothes

r now on sale at Drennen-Lattner Co. For sale by all durggists.17d&wlyr.
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PROMISING PROSPECTS. \ WE OFFER THREE BUNGALOWS, NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM for MMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiM mi minimum MI HI ii '
K just completed; good location; easy rent; choice location;moderate price. .
'IS ITWORUJ IT? terms, long time; five per cent. inter- 202 East Robinson Ave. tf '-
: Whether selling a low priced or a est; sixteen hundred dollars each. ,. .. .
high priced article, the most promis- Curtis & O'Neal. 1-24-tf FOR RENT-Large sunny front
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convenient for housekeeping
room; light -
40 acre tract. Fine land directlyon ing prospects are, as you know, the 217 Robinson Ave., east.
I FOR SALE
people with the highest units of wage 1-24-3t
lake. Easily worth double if cut I Five-room bungalow; three spacious
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and income, and with the livest interest -
up in 10 acre tractsOnly in the cultural and civic actiVi- ern piazzas improvements.; sleeping porch 506,Lexington and all mod-St. MISCELLANEOUS Latest Patterns and Colors in

ties of their community 1-15-lm ,
WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply Ginghams and PercalesSee
You cannot in
$800WANTED go wrong concen- Orland hotel 1-6-tf
trating your fire on such people, for FOR EXCHANGE

they buy by reason, not by whim. Good house and lot in Topeka, Kas., YOUNG LADY desires position; gen- the new line otLadies'
And because they are intelligent for Orange county property. J. A. eral office work; references. Ad-
ii enough to appreciate the quality Rowe, Room 11, McNeill & Davis bldg. dress "M," Sentinel office. 1-13-lw Muslin Underwear
l-23-3t
points of your goods, they stay with AN AUTOMOBILE for sale cheap;
i or will trade for lots
city or prop
FOR SALE-At a bargain, twenty-
you.In erty close in. Box 733, city. l-22-3t McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
every phase of education, culture -I acre grove; five hundred- grapefruittrees

Have Client for good orange grove. wealth, civic interest, broad do-I fifty tangerine trees, and 750 LOST-on Monday, on Pine street or
Grove should for
mestic interest, etc., Orlando ranks orange trees. pay Orange avenue, pair of nose glasses
Price no objection if it has real value itself in two years. Address P. 0. attached STORE
to holder. Return
with the leaders, while for numbersof Box 105, Orlando, Fla. this office for patent reward. 1-22-ti to
attached to it. .For particulars such families, it ranks at the very 12-18-d&w-tf

FOUND-A lady's gold watch. Owner 128 S. Orange Ave.MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMm.
top.One sure way of reaching this desirable -! FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE can have same by calling at this
field is through the columnsof I Desirable dwellings in Pittsburg, office and paying for this notice. I
Pa.; good income values from $1,500up. l-18-6t
'f the Daily Sentinel, because it circulates -i I Will exchange for Orange county I
extensively in the city, as wellas property, improved preferred. What IF YOUR STOVE is out of order,
all over Orange county, and a large have you to offer? Address, 305 East see Mr. Kearns, the expert stove
Church street, Orlando, Fla. repairer. Leave orders with Helms
portion of south Florida. Its read- ," ' '
1-21-6t-ltw Hardware Co. 1-25-3t
ers are the people who do their buy-

ing here. "A word to the wise is sufficient I I

Hand Bldg., Church St. ." MMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMISEE

Some papers print some of the news

'c.. CITY BORING WATER FOR VEIN ANOTHER -we print it all. I THE[ [ENTERPRISE[ [ MEAT[ MARKET'

t A wise old owl lived in an oak, the

F Because of the increased demand less he heard the more he spoke, the

the city of Kissimmee has been forcedto more he spoke the more he heard. DAETWYLERBUNGALOWS 21 East Pine Street

seek for more water to supply the Why not be like this wise old bird and ORLANDO FLORIDA

town. A contract was let to F. Jo- do your speaking through the Senti- -

seph Raehn of Orlando and the workof nel's classified columns? You'll be

boring was started last Saturday heard by every one.

afternoon. The site selected was JUST OPENED

about a hundred feet from the old
Warman and Retires
Repairs Baby MMMMMMMMMMMM tilt Ml HIM Everything new and complete. As sani-
well and it is hoped that a sufficient Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf

flow will soon be reached, though it tary as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest
is probable that a depth of over 500 ---- -- - ----- FOR SALE WANTED-Position as machinist or Meats of all kinds.

feet may be necessary.The PEOPLE'S ,V ANTSillUNNUIAKERS Farm of twenty acres, ten acres I chauffeur; six years' experience;
can furnish reference. Address J. F.
cultivated. 21-2
: work is in charge of J. R. cleared, seven acres A., 9 Gould street. 1.23-3t
I miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake Fish and Oysters in Season
Matthews of Orlando.
He will be! Davis. Good wire fence on three
assisted by one man. A steam en-, sides. Small new house and well. LOST-A child's white sweater, be-
gine and derrick was placed in posi- Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale For I About 15,000 feet of saw timber. tween Church street and Knud ave- Courteous attention; prompt service and
tion Saturday and a steel pipe loweredto Rent etc. for this column 25c for one day I Land all dry and suitable. for truck- nue. Please leave at Mayers' candy prices right. Give me a trial.
hoc for three days, or 1.00 for one week for ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to store, 134 S. Orange avenue. Reward. "
over thirty feet. On account of 25 words or lees. Money must accompany work it and will sell at a bargain. 1-23-3t I
the advertisements fer this column,
having to wait for of machinery as no Box Taft Fla.
a piece insertions will be made on credit Owner, 137, ,
the real work was not started until l-12-lm-d&w AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
subsoiling, tree planting, stump J. A. COX, ProprietorPHONE
later in the week. A depth of FOR SALE blowing, orchard renovating; land

nearly 100 feet has already been FOR REM cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand 105.
reached. The steel piping is twelve Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, supplies. Estimates cheerfully

inches in diameter and as rock may on Court street. 12-5-tf EIGHT-ROOM furnlsned house;. gas furnished.Orlando, Fla.L N. Lewis, 406 East 1-6-1m St.,

be struck at a depth of 100 feet the and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson .
work FOR SALE-Twelve sheet iron stovesin avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
may require a month for com- YOUR SUIT i WANTS PRESSING.Just .
good repair, used in pinery also
pletion.-Osceola Journal. ; ROOM FOR RENT, in private home; ring 448 for the Arcade Press-
< good hay in stock. C. W. Townsend N. " " " " ' "
all conveniences. 311
Orange ing Club. The
503 W. Central Ave. l-23-3t boy will call. Club
,. Ave. M8-tf rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe
PLENTY OF SUNSHINE IN SPITE FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand LARGE COMFORTABLE ROOMS, cialty. 1-10-lm Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION

OF THE RAIN unimproved lands. See S. S. furnished for light ht>usekeepi g. '
Bowman, owner, East Taft, Fla. Apply 315 W. Central Ave. 1-16-lw WANTED-Ladies, bring your combings !
w-lm -- and cut hair to 305 Garland
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The rain descended and the flood FOR RENT-House, furnished complete street. We will make them as desired I offer for $1,800 two-story, six-room cottage ith

came, but there was plenty of Sun- FOR SALE OR KENT-With stock for one or two couples; all Nickolas, or&purchase Nickolas.same for cash. rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north. .
shine at the of Caruthers & and tools, best farm in county; va- linen furnished; clean and new; desir- 12-30-lm Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
grocery able location. Phone 515.
riety fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- LOST-Gold cuff link six-room bungalow oil finish, double verandas. Special
with initial
;
Gore, where Mr. C. B. Webb, of the to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or-
lando FOR RENT-Furnished large room, "B," somewhere on the Orlando heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base
J.
Loose-Wiles Biscuit Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf
company gave a in modern home; bath, hot and cold streets Monday. If found, leave at the
ment wainscoated and sealed suitable for
laundry or
,
free demonstration of their Sunshine
water; telephone; dose in. 312 North Sentinel office, and receive reward of
specialties of cakes and crackers. FOR SALE-Four-passenger Buickcar Main street. 1-16-lw $1.00. I-1-tf furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.
1912 make. Has recently been House fronts
on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
There was a good attendance and the FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
overhauled fine
running order. Go-
lots connect at the with house between. I
store was filled with patrons who ing away is reason for selling. Price to persons wishing suburban NOTICEThe corners, rose
l' braved the storm to get samples of $400. Address Owner, 511 E. Orange accommodations; also 2 acres good books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
these delicious street, Lakeland, Fla. 1-22-6t truck land, close in. Good opportu-I voters in Orange county will be Open to all.
goods. (Many were "
nity for right pe>;son. Address "A, opened in my office at the Court
: kept away by the rain and Mr. Webb FOR SALE Two photo machines, Sentinel. 9-8tf House on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY
has promised to return at an early one National tin type and one Man- and will be kept open SIX days in
date and demonstrate again that all f J J del Minute photo camera, with four FOR RENT each week, until the first Monday in 307 West St Norlb.Orlando
hundred plates. Will sell cheap for Several new houses for rent and March, 1914. ,
,. have a chance to taste these
may I cash. Drop card to R. G. White, Win- several for sale cheap. Apply at 308 W. L DOLIVE,
splendid goods. ter'Park, Fla. 1- 1-3t Gore avenue, city. '1-23-lt 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. \\ IlilllttlH I MMMMMIMMMMMMHMMMMmMMtttMtMM .



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kht THE PLACED WORSHIPFIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH SAFE AT UWIEf POS10f f ICE BlOWN \.

(Corner Central Ave. and West St.) OPEN AND ROBBED

t. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. ) '

: This church extends its hospitality Subject of morning sermon, "Why I Lawtey, Jan. 23.-Great excitement /
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. to the public. We shall be glad to Am a Unitarian." Service at 11 prevailed here when it was learned I :

/ have you participate in all our relig- o'clock. that; the postoffice had been broken

ious services and varied activities. If Poetry hour at 10 o'clock Monday into during the night and the safe

you have no church home, we cordially morning. Mrs. Christ, leader. blown open. Both outer and inner \\ 'fi $ ; ;> -

invite you to be at home with us. Unity Circle on Wednesday after- doors were badly demolished, but the / :',

The pastor will be glad to serve you noon at 3 o'clock. Book review by safety deposit vault inside the safe I "

as friend and minister. Helen Wilson Starbuck: "The Wind was undisturbed.In :

Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas- Before the Dawn," by Dell Munger. an interview with Deputy Post- w

Annual meeting on Thursday even- master Lowery it was learned that :4Y l

tor.Mr.. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent ing, January 29, at the Tea and Rest about $300 worth of stamps were s s: l df.

of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. Room. Election of officers and reviewof taken, but no money. :

W. Phillips, director of the choir; Mr. year's work. All who are inter- The burglars entered by cutting the

Will S. Branch, organist. ested are cordially invited. Supper, panel out of the front door. Five :....,
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Classes 50 cents} served at 6:30. panes of glass were broken out of the

for all ages and teachers with well office of Dr. Brown, which was next

prepared lessons. CATHOLIC CHURCH door, and footprints were discovered '

Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and under each window. t -

7:30 p. m., with the pastor in the Third Sunday after Epiphany. They next visited the general store j .k'.' Yf

pulpit. Sunday school, 9 a. m. of R. R. Thede, adjoining Dr. Brown's

Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. office, where they removed a panelout }

m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president. No evening service. of this door also and entered. r A !

Prayer and fellowship meeting on The noise made in entering was heard

k Wednesday night. by Mr. Thede, who fired several shots
"ARE WE TO HAVE AX OPEN
All seats are free. Inspiring music. through the windows, which fright-
SUNDAY IN ORLANDO
Messages on live subjects. Welcome! ened the burglars away. I
Those who heard the reports of the
Dr. .Wray, the Methodist pastor, : :
METHODIST CHURCH explosion said it was between 1 and 2 -
protests against the proposed "Sun-
o'clock. No alarm was given out un-
(At the Grand) day Opening in Orlando," and will
til nearly daylight, when authoritiesin
J. E.
Wray, pastor. preach on the subject Sunday morn- GRAND THEATER, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27
notified be
direction were to
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. ing at the Grand. The public most every -at-
the lookout for suspicious looking
on
Howard .
superintendent."Are cordially invited.OPPORTUNITIES. I characters. 2 p.m., 3:15 p. m., 5:25 p. m., 7:00 p. m., and 8:15 p. m.
We to Have an Open Sundayin II I
Orlando," Dr. Wray's subject at ---
I OF THE PRES
11 a. m.Epworth. ENT. APOPKA ITEMS Walter Bell and Howard Hurst, of service for Apopka. It is hoped that I which is Florida's gift to the nation

League, 6:45 p. m.; J. M. Oxford, were the guests of. Mr. and the meeting will result in the needed for permanent keeping in statuaryhall

Burden, president. Apopka, Fla., Jan. 23.-Leslie I Mrs. J. S. Rackley one evening this relief. at Washington, the nation's hall ]
Orlando Merchants Should Advertise '
"Invitations to the .Wedding Feast"is Why Wayte was in Orlando last Tuesdayon week. They were returning from Mrs. J. E. Willoughby and two interesting of fame. .
1 The
in Sentinel
the pastor's subject at 7:30 p. m. Daily business. Windermere. II little daughters arrived last The Wilson resolution will be adopt.
You cannot oil create
,
This is "sermon No. 18" of his pop- monopolize Hugh Kelley was a business visitor Mrs. Young, of Orlando, was in Saturday from Wilmington, N. C., ed by both branches of congress
ular revival series to young people on great steel industries, build railways, in Orlando last Tuesday. ,Apopka Wednesday calling on the ladies I![and will spend the remainder of the unanimously. Within a few days the

"Orange Blossoms." or consolidate these great enterprises. W. T. Champneys is confined to his and introducing her goods. :i winter .here. Mrs. Willoughby is a Florida congressional delegation will j
Those of the I
Special music.Everybody opportunities are past. home this week stiffening from a rising I. M. Jackson and family motored! sister to Editor Byars of the Apopka I meet and arrange a program of exer- \
You can, however, become the great' -
most cordially invited. merchant in community by the in the head. over to Orlando Wednesday evening I I News. I cises to take place in statuary hall i
your has been in Ernest Melton has been here this! when the
I B. F. Wilson clerking to see Mutt and Jeff. statue is presented. 1
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL same method by which all great mer- the Champneys store this week dur- week arranging to publish a telephone
I j
chants become Dr. C. P. McCall made a short visitin
greatThat .
The Very Rev. Campbell Gray, ing the absence of Mr. Champneys. directory of Apopka. The advertising SOME FURNISHED ROOM TENANTS
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method is adver- Orlando Tuesday afternoon."Billy" I
dean. newspaper Harry Witherington has been at space is being purchased by our FIND LIFE VERY j
Third Sunday after Epiphany. tising.It Clearmont this week repairing the telephone Witherington is receivingthe merchants and business men here. PLEASANTIt ?
is an opportunity of the present.For congratulations of his friendsover
Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a. m. system at that place. Apopka is taking quite an interestin .
Sunday school, 9:30. you, there is no method of bus- Mrs. C. C. Boyd returned home his good luck Thursday in killinga the midwinter fair at Orlando and all depends the environ- ;
iness building which equal the fine buck. has been upon i
can
Morning prayer, 10:30. Monday after a pleasant visit to her young Billy will have an exhibit of Apopka grown ment, desirability, comforts, convene
Holy Eucharist and sermon, 11:00. advertising columns of The Daily Sen- sister, Mrs. I. I. Turner, in this city. hunting frequently this season, but and Apopka made articles. Keep iences and reasonable rates. If ;
you
Choral evensong and sermon, 7:30p. tinel in results. Mr. Albert Overstreet is reportedon never had the patience to remain on your weather eye open for Apopka. are not finding life attractivein
Suppose Mr. Merchant, who his stand and has very
you as a consequence
m. the sick list. He is the guest of the
your present quarters, fur- |
tried this business missed }
never as a several fine chances. This
Bishop Gray will be celebrant at paper his sister, Mrs. S. S. Cunningham, RESOLUTION PRESENTED ACCEPTING nished room ads. should have
getter, place an ad in the next issue time he decided to stay and now hasa your
the midday service and the dean
will
of this city.Mayre .. GORRIE STATUE immediate attention. They bet.
mean
tomorrow and fine set of antlers .
morning
Sunday as a trophy.A
preach on the "Conversion of St. Jackson had the misfortuneto terment in
your surroundings, more
what it will do.
Paul" see lose a handsome gold watch on the committee from the Apopka Washington, Jan. 23.-Representative liveableness in life for you. .1
At 7 a. m. on Monday Dean Gray street between the Jackson corner board of trade will meet the state Emmett Wilson introduced in

will hold his last early Eucharist before Every page of the Daily Sentinel and the A. C. L. depot one day this railroad commissioners in Orlando the house today a joint resolution accepting Keep advertising and advertising }

I leaving for his new field. contains interesting news. week. next Tuesday to consider better train the statue of Dr. John Gorrie, will keep you.
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For Sixty Days We Will Offer Sixty Choice Five Acre Tracts


At Winter Home at' $150 each

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

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

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

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

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

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

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OWN THIS TRACT AND PURCHASERS NEED NOT WAIT FOR THE RELEASE OF MORTGAGES AND THE WRAPPINGS OF RED TAPE INCIDENT a
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I Interested parties by addressing a card to D. B. SPHALER, Taft, will be met at that station by auto and 'carried- 0!

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The effort being made to have a Journalism In Russia MERCY! DRESSES ARE GOING While playing itt the street in

r NEWS NOTESFrom new site selected for the federal POLICE OF SPAINIn "The style of Russian journalism," DOWN! Clearwater a few days ago Dorsey

t ( the Gainesville Sun) building in St. Petersubrg has been Bays Stephen Graham in "Changing Hudson, 15 years old, was run down

branded a "real estate scheme, pure Russia -is most refreshing. The London, Jan. 23.The Paris corre- and almost instantly killed by an au-
brevity of the sentence and the paragraph -
A new passenger. staion is being and simple," by Noel A. Mitchell, one has been developed to the abso- spondent of the Daily Mail wires: tomobile driven by Dr. J. T. Bowen.

constructed at Marianna.The of the Sunshine City's leading citi- Andalusia They Are Seen In The victim
lute. I opened Satirikon one day to "Our latest models are more decol- was an orphan and was

zens. All Their Shabby Glory. find heading the first article on the lette than any fashions for twenty making his home with his uncle, J. D.

sheriffs of Florida convened in \ first page: 'Spit In my eye reader: : years past, says the manager of a Horton. The remains were sent to

.. annual meeting in Jacksonville Tues- Mrs. Bluebell Pallock of Zephyr- Spit right in my eye" famous fashion house. They are cut his former home in Levy county for
hills met terrible death last week. ARSENALS ON MOVING LEGS. There is nothing in English or burial The
-t day. a American journalism equal to that. with great depth, not only in front man who ran into the

I' While attemnting to extinguish a But such a sentence is not exceptional. and at the back, but also at the sides boy was exoneroted by the coroner's

The teachers of Baker county held brush fire in the yard her clothing and Sa beneath the Sometimes thereis verdict.
I They Will Put a Pistol to Your Head It sets the tone of the paper, arms.
4 a one-day institute at Macclenny last ignited and she was fearfully burned. With the Greatest Politeness and tirikon is read by every one, from the falling drapery, carried always

Saturday.The She lingered several hours', ,suffering Lock You In a Cell With Infinite student to the grand duke. Everyone from the edge of the dress, but this
tortures. who would not miss something essen- Late grapefruit for April to July
Courtesy-Mines of Misinformation. : is quite transparent. The tendencyis
tial in the Russian soul should look
market assured the
planter of Bo-
Eustis Boat club and the boardof
for morning dresses also to be cut
Be is polite is the Spanish police at Satirikon. It is horrible but it .
trade are planning to celebrate St. Petersburg proposes to continuethe with increased went, Florida Standard and Marsh
man. There is a live and let live air Is Instructive. It is even powerfuland decollettage."The
Washington's birthday in an appro- paving of its streets with vitrified about him. lie possesses neither the refreshing if you can enter Into effect at a casual glance is Seedless varieties. Sold reasonable
priate brick upon an extensive scale, and its without losing own. It prices for Al stock at Ocklawaha
manner. easy and kindly dignity of the policeman spirit your that of a dress which has accidentally
should the Georgia Engineering com- of London nor the truculence of Is forceful brutal, cynical. Rabelai- slipped down to just above the waist Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Write for
H. of board- secure the contract they will sian. Despite its monstrous pictures catalog.
Mrs. Kroeger, keeper a pany the policeman of few York but he is and its style which permits all and is retained by a single thin slip I

ing house in Miami, has been arrested concentrate their entire forces there, very, very human. And he has the things it is yet a family Journal. Thereis of material negligently over one

upon a charge of selling whiskey.She it is saidArthur blessed gift that no other brand of nothing In It that the Russian wom shoulder. The other arm and the

was held under bond of 1000. policeman seems to possess of appear- an finds objectionable." side of the body for three inches be- : JlItrt. 1 For Congress.

the two-year-old son of Mr. ing to be more than an ordinary person. low it are left free." ,

. Exports which passed through the and Mrs. Chester Griffin, met a hor- True he is armed lie is an arsenal Daniel O'Connell's Blarney. Fourth Congressional -
moving on legs. But something tells District
port of Pensacola during the month rible death near Bellair a few days Daniel O'Connell. says the British
Lou that he wouldn't really hurt a fly. Judge Ryden M. Call, judge of the
aggregated 2113822. The exports since. The child was with his father, I like him. Weekly spoke once to over 100.000 r, ALBERT M.
United States court, southern districtof
at air meeting in Bir-
an
persons open
! from the entire state were 3427584. who was burning grass off bf an or- And here 1 must say that he is not mingham. In those days women work. Florida, who went to Stafford 'WILLIAMSONx I 1
little fellow's clothing to be confounded with the guardia
The
ange grove. -
ed in the mines and two or three rows Springs, Miss., some time ago for the x
Plans for an extensive live stock caught, inflicting fatal burns. civil. The guardia altogether.civil is He quite is stern another of grimy stalwart damsels black and benefit of his health, writes'friends ( your cross

! and dairy enterprise at Crystal person robust with a blackness and robust ; on the right of
and austere and he patrols country in Jacksonville that he is improvingand this
under Frank Alfina of Tampa arrested ness hardly ever seen now. formed name and
Pasco was
Springs, county, are con
districts and lonesome mountainous hopes to return home soon. i you'll get itright)
themselves in front of them.
1 : sideration, with fair prospects for suc- recently through the instrumentality places. He was used to put down the "
O'Connell rose and began Surrounded .
cess. of the Florida Audubon societyfor bandeleros. those adepts in the art of - --- - -
I the fair the
as am. by gen-
the sale of and exposing for sale swift forceful borrowing whose presence tie and the good"Up went the grimy HIIMIMMtllilllMMItMmMMMMtMIMtMf !

The citizens of Lake City have of mocking birds and cardinals (red did so much to heighten the ro arms and the grimy throats roared <

formed an athletic association for the birds), which is against the law in all manceof old sunny Spain. The guardia applause.The Just Received
civil off these financial art
killed\ gay
. purpose of promoting athletics in Columbia Southern states. Tourists and citi- ists but now. even after his job has fair the gentle and the good
cheered sentence after that and
< college and the Lake City zens are cautioned not to encouragethe been finished he still wears a cold, every
as they almost alone in the vast audi
high school. traffic in birds. austere air. lie is indeed not to be Another Shipment of
ence could hear what was said their
confounded with my friend the policeman -
cheering was of some importance. because

William Mapes, a colored employeof The Florida Metropolis of Mondaysays when they applauded the people
The first time 1 met the Spanish -
policeman
the Atlantic Coast Line, was killed I : "The first income tax paymentfor behind applauded and so on. till the :

ii) a street car accident in Tampa. Florida was received from parties town in Andalusia.was one night Truth in compels a certain me outermost ring was reached, which

He was injured Saturday and died the : down in the state this morning by to state that 1 met him in a professional ' sentence rendered of its the tribute speech to some the concluding time afterIt REZNOR[ GAS 04[ IR[

following day. the collector of internal revenue, the way. I was indulging with, was over.

total: of the payment being about others in a row when he appearedinforre. .

W. A. DeVashen, who located at $700. All returns must be made be- I was gathered in by five of Merry Moving Time In Quebec.
him. But bow he lie
polite was put
.. : Dade City a short time ago, coming fore March 1, and payment must be his pistol to my head or rather, the May day Is scarcely a merry one in This is the fourth order this
made June 30 of the the province of Quebec. Yearly leases
from Glasgow, Ky., will establish a by present year. five of them put their pistols to my
lumber yard in the Pasco county me- head and made me feel that I wouldbe prevail and expire April 30. so that the '
1st of May, is removal day. In Mont winter and they are selling fast
. tropolis.Mrs. The Boster club of Manatee have doing him the greatest of favors by
real and other large centers of the
designated January 24th as the day coming with him to the police station. '
province many quaint scenes are,to be order while
whole affair courtliness It place
The so
was now
Mattie Jernigan, of Milton, upon which the members will turn witnessed and it is held that you will your
self. To be arrested In such a manner
ended her life on Wednesday of the out in a body, peel off their coats, Fee more furniture knocking about the
was to have a privilege conferred upon last and be for the
past week. One of her sons returned roll up their sleeves and get busy in one. At the police station I was again streets May 1 than you ever saw in any they prepared

home to find her in the throes of the city park. Would that Gainesville treated with politeness and in the end second band dealer's emporium. Many
peculiar customs have come into being next cold spell $4.50 and $6.50.
death, precipitated by poison. had such an organization.H. -with a locked door. through this habit of the Quebec Cana .
The Spanish policeman is not too
dians of flitting or removing at the
well paid. lie not an ambas
sports
More than $50,000 has been sub- H. Richardson, state managerfor same time. One of the most remarkable -
is 2
sadorial salary. All be gets pesetas
. scribed to a fund started: by the the Southern Settlement and De- a day. He is therefore amenable Is that for the first three days of

Miami Deep Water society for dig- velopment organization, has gone to to the friendly and consideratetip. the month houses are held in common-

the channel ThK I must hasten to how that is to say, if the people into whose'
ging across Biscayne bay. Panama with a 'view to getting a say
house have been ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT m.
are moving unable -
The work will cost about 1000000. large number of the canal employesto ever worthy makes and effective him none guardian the of less I,wand a to you get away before your arrival

settle down in Florida when theyfinish order. you may all live together until May 3.

Dr. R. D. Sistrunk was elected their labors there. He is shabby of uniform. But thatIs when you can compel your predecessors -

; mayor of Dade City at the election not his fault. It is the fault of a to make their final exit-London Gas Department .

,. held recently. His opponent, Col. E. The Melton Lumber : frugal government. In appearance he Spectator.

F. Green, received 56 votes, the doctor company says looks something like an English postman .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
the Palatka Times-Herald, has re- Good Pay For Hermits ....... . . . . . - - . - . . . . - - - .,- - . . . . .
and an impoverished Spanish
defeating him by a majority of three.
j" cently purchased the timber of 13,000 officer. But there is artistry about his Hermits were a century or more

acres of land at Roy, south of Hast- shabbiness. He fits into the picture. back regarded as a picturesque featureof MltlttlttHimtMtiltlltlMilMIIMMMtHHItMMI

f The Tampa Bay hotel grounds were ings, and will soon start the erectionof Very often especially in Andalusia country houses. Samuel Rogers re-

visited by a fire which did $350 dam- a new mill. The mill will have he is old and rather infirm. One is cords that "Archibald Hamilton aft- Hear Ye :
often sorry for him as be humps along erward Duke of Hamilton advertisedfor
age last Sunday morning. The tool i
capacity for cutting 35,000 feet of
with his sword trundling behind him. a hermit as an ornament to his
shed was burned and nearby property dressed lumber a day. The Melton But be has the wisdom that goes with pleasure grounds and it was stipulated Hear Yell! :

: damaged. Lumber company moved to Palatka ageIf be sees a row be looks at it that the said hermit should have i

, from Micanopy. with his blind eye and allows it to his beard shaved but once a year, and

The "wet" or "dry" election in Pi-I simmer down-\ very good thing with that only partially." Mark Powyss.the The Gasparilla j .
! rows. squire of Marcham in Lancashire
nellas county will occur on February Tavares, the live and growing capital If you ask a Spanish policeman a offered {:50 a year for life to any man CarnivalTo
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2. The election held several months
of Lake county, expects many visitors question he Is politeness itself. But willing to live as a hermit on his estate i
ago, which resulted in a victory for during the school fair to be held his answer will be wrong. Oe is a for seven years. He was to be well '

the prohis, was declared null and void January 28, 29 and 30th. Reduced mine of misleading information. He supplied with provisions and books beheld in Tampa

upon a technicality. doesn't know. Indeed what he doesn't and other comforts and in return bad
; railroad rates have been granted and
know about the names of streets and to abstain from straying beyond his Mruaryj 21st 22nd 23rd and 24th 1914
everything points to a successful ,
Atlantic con- the way to get to them and things hermitage and from cutting his hair

The Coast Line's export summation of the plans. generally would fill an encyclopedia.If beard or nails. The offer was accepted is to be the SOUTH FLORIDA
going greatest
docks in Jacksonville and consider- you want to know anything you by a man who abode by the conditions -

able property adjoining were burned must not ask a Spanish policeman. for four years and then threw up affair ever attempted.The .
last Saturday afternoon. The loss is The annual meeting of the Atlantic, Respect him for be is of the best but the job.-London Chronicle.
Okeechobee & Gulf railway was held don't ask him questions.In business and social world of this section
3 estimated at about $225,000 mostly
covered by insurance. in Tampa a few days ago, and it was the nigbttime'be; sometimes carries Care of the Teeth. have joined together to make it rival the celebratedNew

definitely decided to resume work on a lance. lie is then called a The teeth should be washed In Orleans Mardi Gras in size and merry making.It .

the cross-state railroad about the first serpno presumably because he brings tepid water inside as well as outside

Aviator Perry dropped 1,000 feet to of March. The road will lead from serenity upon troubled waters. He with a fairly stiff toothbrush In the is to be of a wholesome, free and hospitablenature
his death in the river looks very picturesque on a clear star i
;: Hillsborough morning and the last thing at night
Tampa to Fort Lauderdale. a"nd will abound in fun and not in catch
Tampa, on Sunday. He died by drown. lit night and makes one think of the This helps greatly to preserve them. pure t

ing, becoming entangled in the para- times of old-the times one reads aboutin i as the primary cause of dental decayIs penny snares and fakes.
Smith & Simmons, a Lakeland real- historical romances. But he is always the decomposition of particles of

chute. An accident to his machine ty firm, have shipped to President harmless always peaceful and food left between the teeth after a l$,'s a high class Carnival whose object is to
caused the fatal
plunge. ready for a friendly gossip. He is meal with stiff brush dis-
Washing a
Wilson a watermelon weighing 40 His give you a good time with no disagreeable after'taste.
really a sereno-a serene person. and the
lodges these particles rinsing '
pounds. The melon by lance is there round off his Don't miss half lile by staying
William Thaw, of Pittsburg, and was grown merely to mouth freely arternard with some your away

Aviator Steve McGordon, of New Yancey Carter, agent for the farmers' artistic and romantic appearance. Andit warm disinfectant mouth wash com
is not a sharp lance. 1 know forI
demonstration work. It
York have reached West Palm co-operative pletely removes them.
Beachin
,
have often felt the edge of it-when
the hydroaeroplane of Mr. Thaw. was picked on December 24th, last. the sereno courteously handed it to me He Perpetrated It ; Gasparilla Carnival Committee

They made the journey in the air ex for inspection. But it looks artistic
The Doctor-The janitor of the build-
clusively.A when seen In the distance on a star
SOME VEHICLES
lit night ing where I live says his father and IIMimiMMIIIilMilllMMiMIMimiMtlillltHHammond .
grandfather made their living by working -.
The policeman of Catalonia is some-
flotilla of United States subma- (By Walt Mason) what different from the'policeman of at similar jobs in the old country.

I rines, consisting of five vessels, called I've seen the circus wagon pass, Andalusia. He is alert. pushful and The Professor ( slightly irritated-Well,

at Jacksonville Tuesday while en with stately horses hitched in line, all interfering. He is apt to want to know what do you want me to say-that he r "
follows the footsteps of his projanl-
4; route from Brunswick to Key West bright with shining paint and brass- who you are and what you are and : Tribune.Experienced..
tors-Chicago
} and other what your business may be. But Cata- &Gore
points. They are convoyedby it sent a thrill clear up my spine.
lonia is not Spain. It is a place where
the monitor Tonopah. I've seen the rich man's motor car, .
the people rush about doing all man
that cost him many thousands bones; ner of things. They like work, and Ad Vertysen-We want a man who

Miss Inez Coker was a passenger in it burned the road up near and far, what is worse, they like other peopleto knows both how to keep his mouth FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

Walter Johnson's flying boat in Jack and honked in loud Caruso tones. work. And their policemen take closed and how to stave off the curi

sonville Sunday. She is the first ladyto I've seen all things that go on wheels, after them. ous. Applicant think I would suit. REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
I used to be clerk In an information
the Catalonian you.
No. cannot
fly in the state Miss whatever be policeman ,
metropolis. the motive power; and, bureau.-London Punch. -
truly be called a Spanish policeman.If .
Coker was for several years a resi- viewing them, a fellow feels he's liv- COMPARE
you want to Fee the true Spanish
; dent of Gainesville. ing in a modern hour. Of all the ve- policeman you must go down to Anda Reason Versus Passion.

hicles that roll along the pike from lusia. Edmund Burke said. Taking the OUR FURNITURE

Bishop Leete of Atlanta preachedthe sun to sun, of all that stirs me to the And you will like him. You will feel whole view of life, it Is more safe to s

dedicatory sermon of the new soul, the water wagon takes the bun. for him the friendliest regard. You live under the jurisdiction of severe but We provide the quality furniture that has long
? than'under the of
empire
steady reason
will him
see ambling casually along
First Methodist church in Miami last The water has nor is it the
wagon no gilt, with stooped shoulders and trundling indulgent but capricious passion." been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as
Sunday. The edifice is valued at hauled by circus span, and all its sword. And should you have to make standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

$100,000 and is regarded as one of the seats and springs are built upon a his acquaintance in a professional way e An Exception. wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

finest in the South.: stern, old fashioned plan; methinksits yon will find that he will deal with Briggs-They say that two heads are this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

wheels are needing grease, and you as an easy and kindly father better than one. (Jripgs-That's all a this business, and that means much to any buyer.

Citizens of Hastings have adopted one can hear them squeal and grind; would deal with you. If be arrests you mistake. l'.oth my wife and 1 want Ube
resolutions : he will arrest you in a way that won't head IIf the house. and it doesn't
welcoming Alfred Bur- but those it ride
upon to Peace, and
Injure your feelings. I can recommend work an ;i II.-Hoston Transcript. MeN LL & DAVIS BLOCK
bank of Santa Barbara, Cat, to Hastings leave the Land of Grief behind. Hangon ,
him.-Bart Kennedy in London Star.

and St. Johns county. The hang on, 0 thirsty boys, be not He doth not lack an almanac whose m Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Ha.

great breeder of plants and fruit dismayed by jests or sneers; you're He conquers twice who restrains youth I U In his souL-Oliver Wendell:

stock is planning to move to this sec- headed now for saner joys than you himself In Tictory.-Syrus. ,Holmes. J :.

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"Mighty Atom" (American). .
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'- "A Man's a Man" (Reliance) "God of Tomorrow" (Majestic). : .

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"Lawyer Dog and Baby" (Thanhouser-Comedy. .
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"First Prize at the Cabaret" (Reliance). :
Wednesday Afternoon .
"Soul of the South" (K. B.-War Drama. 2 reels. JJ.mimiMMiiiii }.
Saturday
"Where the Road Forks" (Amer.-Drama. 2 reefs.
Personal MagnetIsm (American .
"Rival Pitchers" (Majestic)-Comedy.MMMM "Rogue's Gallery (Keystone)-Com dY. '. "The Filly" (Domino). 2 reels. )

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I I ny to help them out. :Mr. Tenny, in National bank of that city.-Florida
Lloyd S. Tenny, manager of company with Mr. Brumley, called Grower. _
the Florida Growers' and Shippe.V I(I upon the railroad people and by six "
League, spent Monday at Sanford ,o'clock that night, the orders had been WEST VIRGINIA REAL ESTATE :
meeting the vegetable growers of that i!!issued to put on double service the COMPANYWe W. M. SLEMONSNew
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section and investigating their complaints following day. It is hoped that the are located in the McNeill and :
in regard to service and rates i i i rate question will also be settled in Davis buijding, corner Orange avenue :
and church street, Room No. 9. We .
on the S. &, E. branch of the Coast the near future.It I
cordially invite you to visit our office. -
Line. This is a small branch road is indeed gratifying to know that !If you have anything to sell or want :
which was built a few years ago by Mr. Tenny, in his capacity of managerof I to buy anything, we will be glad to Goods Arriving Daily
help if Our office dooris
some of the prominent men of San- you we can.
the has scored thus
league a point open. Come in and make yourselfat
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ford and which extends a few miles early in the game. He states that he home. West Virginia Real Estate
", $nto the celery district, and along is everywhere meeting with encouragement Co. D. H. Poling and Edmund Hugill,
which a large proportion of the celery and that he was particularly of West Virginia. 1-25-lt ,
* section is loaded. Last
of that
v with the
gratified harmony displayedat 1\
fall the Coast Line secured control of Griffing trees give results. Office
the road, and the growers and ship- Jacksonville.Soon the meeting. of the organizers at opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales- We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. a

pers complain that the service has 1 man. 12-25-tf made by Schloss Bros. of Baltimore.
"King Quality" Shoes. .
. been materially cut down. When the will come the call for fundsto I A.
growers controlled the road, they had carry on the work. All of,the big NOTICEI Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
two placings of cars each day, one in shippers have signified a willingness
the morning and another in late after ti be assessed 50 cents a car on all hereby give notice that after Jan- : Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. j ;
i uary 9th I will not be responsible for I
fruit this Soon let-
noon. During the present season the shipped season. any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. : & Co. Best place in the city to trade'.1\ 1
will be sent to individual
ters mem-
company has given but one,which has Helen Gwynne. I .
made it necessary to hold over all the bers, and those who ship their own 1.11-tf WYNDOM GWYNNE., I ':.;:
shipments an extra day. The grow- fruit will be asked to pay the league ,
ers claim also that now that this assessment. Those who ship throughthe W. T. ENTRICAN,
branch is controlled by the Coast Line, Exchange or through shipperswho W. M. SLEMONS
all cars should be billed from Sanford have already deducted the Offers to Orlando the newest and best j
.., and that the Sanford rate should amount will, of course, not be expected of decorating workmanship trade.in Phone the painting 636. and
cover all this district. The shippers to pay twice. All remittances 1-21-lm ORANGE AVENUEIMMMiMMHIMMMMIIMMUMtilMIMItililtil
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Y nn V/I NNG't FrfnlIi.N/p/..InIfylir' ; q, on Pine establishment.street, over Lawton's print- ? .... =
ing Condensed Statement rendered
as to
, ,, d'' 111a'; 'Illfu, Il .'- Here a large, comfortable readingroom Comptroller of the Currency s=
well lighted, heated, when need- = S. January 13, 1914
ful, is open to the public from 10 to .
12 each morning except Sunday, and -=T c S ResourcesLoans III
'" also from 3 to 6 p. m. each Saturday,
from November 1st to May 1st; hav- and Discounts ____$193,075.19 :

I LONG ESTABLISHED( ing for the other six months the same Bonds __________________ 98,390.61 .
sArt.CONSt ATIVEA000MMOoATINGComplete Saturday hours, morning and after- Banking House, Safety Deposit
noon, and on Wednesday afternoons Vaults and Fixtures 30,436.52
from 3 to 6 o'clock. < Cash and Due from

ProtectionAt One. finds here a library of over ,, Banks _______________ 122709.73 .
two thousand well selected volumes
:. !! ,.. $444,612.05
prose and poetry, history, biography,
Moderate CostThat's travel, fiction and nonfictionfromwhich Liabilities
by paying the yearly subscription -
books Capital _________________$ 50,000.00
be taken
($1.50)) can soften
what it means to havea as desired, the time limit for Surplus _________________ 10,000.00
Undivided Profits ________
: 2,700.76
books
new being seven days, while
Safe Deposit Box in our Fire others may be kept out two weeks.To Circulation ______________ 21,000.00 .
the =_ I Bills Payable ____________ 45,000.00 --
and Burglar Proof Vault. We encourage reading of non-
fiction works, one of these volumes =- l Deposits ________________ 315,911.29

have Safe Deposit Boxes for rent may be taken with one of fiction on $414,612.05 -
the same card.
atc
: For winter residents and tourists,
the library has monthly rates.
c $1.00 and up per year Several of the leading magazinesare Our Gro1vil\ -

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taken for the library, and one of
Deposits =
: these, not for the current month, can '
Capital 50000000. Surplusand also be taken out and returned. November 26, 1912 $ 74,849.92

profits 4000000. Among these periodicals which are February 4, 1913. 128,884.60
subscribed to regularly are the Re-
-_ April 4, 1913 157,684.98
view of Reviews
Harper's, Century,,
and for the juvenile readers, St. Nich- June 9, 1913 '. 185,875.96August __

I THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO olas. This feature has proven very 9, 1913 213,061.50

r popular, the magazines so much in October 21, 1913 255,752.86
demand'that the copies are practicallyworn
out before filing. ; January 13, 1911, $315,911.29

There are a large number of juve-
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each spring when one of the
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LUNCHEON FOR MRS. THAYER FIRST ANNUAL MEETING OF regular the school orders children for new books is sent, "II'! i! ''!N Ili ll'', II Ili I I pl t "1 91i 1III1rI I II 'II 'I'l'I'LII! ,_!__I;' ,i!i, I I 1 il i'ti.Itl;! I N I ht i Ipl', ,t'9 I r-- e
PEACE SOCIETY FRIDAY so may have the I I y'I I ll I+ f N' I '' I it 1 6 lel h II III
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I ll; li' l ll In ''lli;6 t IQ I III'I !' iI Illu l ; I I I f
Mrs. Bion H. Barnett entertained benefit of them during the summer

yesterday at 1 o'clock at her home in The first annual meeting of the Or- vacation. The children are also peV A
Riverside at a luncheon given in honor lando Peace Society will be held at mitted to take reference books when 111111111111111111111,11,11..1111111.1.1,11,11,1IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII
of Mrs. Deming Jarvis Thayer, of the lecture room of the Presbyterian needed in connection with their school :

Orlando, the guest of Miss Louise church on Friday evening, January work, free of charge, returning them OLIVE H Hr
within the time limit.
Meigs. I 30th, at 7:30. As this will be the
Covers were laid for ten at the only official meeting for the year, all The income from the library barely OILOLIVE
daintily appointed table, which was I members, and any others desiring to meets its running expenses, the So H
laid with a handsome lace cloth and become members, are earnestly requested rosis club expending some $125 a OILFor '
had as its central decoration an arrangement to be present. There will be additional for new books.
of narcissi and plumosa. a short business session first, followed Among the most popular of the
i' The place cards were Florida scenes .I by a brief address on internationalpeace non-fiction books are those on Florida For For

done in water colors, the clever work by Mr. Jos. Elkinton, of Phila- : "Florida Trails by Packard;
of the hostess. < delphia. Mr. Elkinton is well fittedto "Florida Enchantments," by Dimick, ,
Mrs. Barnett's guests included the. speak on international subjects, and others; also, Harry Franck'sbooks SAlADS COOKING MEDICINAL USE

honoree, Mrs. Thayer, and Mrs. Wil having traveled extensively in North of travel, and one by HenrySavage ,

liam B. Young, Mrs. Richard H.Lig- America, as well as in Europe, Japan, Landon, "Through Unknown
gett of Washington, D. C., Mrs. W. and China, and expects to start in South America." Stoddard's Lecturesare THE PURE IMPORTED OIL .
H. Baker, Miss Louise Meigs, Mrs.! April on a 'round-the-world tour. also to be found here.
W. A. Bisbee, Mrs. J. H. Douglass,I All members of the Orlando Peace In the fiction, the books by the late LJSTEt\r: !
> Mrs. John G. Christopher and Mrs. Society are affiliated with the American Dr. Weir Mitchell are much in de H
mand, also Churchill's "The Inside of
W. Windle Smith.-Times-Union of Peace of
Saturday. whose president Society is Senator Washington Theo. Bur-, the Cup," Beach's "Iron Trail," Mary Housewives, above, be particular where you buy your olive oil, your

ton, and whose list of vice.presidents Johnston's "Hagar," and Frances spices, your extracts. In making up your grocery order, Ring. No. 2, our deliv

JOYS OF HARD WEATHERIt includes ex-President Taft, Secretary Hodgson Burnett's "T. Tembaram." ery bo yis at your service.
A list of new books is ordered threeor
Bryan, Andrew Carnegie and Miss

is jolly weather at last. Weather Jane Addams. The purpose of the four have times the benefit a year,of hence late subscribers OLIVE OIL Pint 50cQt..Oo
publica
national
in which every healthy man, woman organization is to help the tions. "
and child-except the apprehensive cause of perpetual peace among all
fox hunter-is rejoicing. Sun- nations, by the settling of international "
"PEG 0' MY HEART" TO PAY USA Gal. 3.50 H
shine and the sharp nip of frost which disputes by arbitration, and nega- VISIT
sets the cheeks tingling and the blood tively, to prevent the appalling ex.
i 7' flowing through the veins give hopeof penditures of money and lives in use-
At last local
ice, of skating and curling, and, less struggles that benefit only the playgoers of are to havean DeLANEY & ABERNETHY
money lenders and ammunition opportunity seeing one of the i
should snow come, of tobogganingand man- .
ufacturers.If greatest dramatic successes of the
skiing wherever in our I
even past ten years; one which does notdeal ORLANDO, DRUGGISTS FLORIDA
I
are in favor of such
islands are hills big enough and steep you a noble
I with crooks, the problem of sex,
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winter visitors to the peak district are I good that will eventually affect every politics or high finance-in other

enjoying their winter sports, and envy I citizen of the United States, by words, Oliver Morosco is sending his : I u 1\ 4 II
production of "Peg o' My Heart" to
not the migrants who have fled to turning the enormous expenditures of DIJ ICI-I.j)
the Lucerne
theater
on Wednesday,
Adelboden or 'Caux. the army and navy departments toward -
February 4. This will be the first
Hard weather is good for the moral, the construction of good roads
no less than the physical, fiber of I and public buildings be present at performance here of J. Hartley Maners' n. f tIN
comedy of youth which has
: man. It braces the mind, as well as I the meeting as announced above, and
caused the whole country to 'tat k
the body: It lifts off the load of depression learn how you may help.
W. about it, and its remarkable charm. EVERY ONE
R. O'NEAL President.W. .
which weighs upon us in the .
dull, thick, muggy weather. It tempts S. BRANCH, JR., Secretary.
, us into the open air-if we have not STETSON DEFEATS l of purchases from us will
Lo your you
"put on the old woman"-if only to "THE SMART SET" JANUARY 28 SCHOOL AT BASKET BALL 0

acquire that store of ''animal heat Salem Tutt Whitney, America'sforemost find NOTHING
which no "frowsting" by the fire can colored entertainer, supported The Cathedral school basket ball fl originality overdone
: the remain and by "The Smart Set" team met defeat from the Stetson
give. May glass high company
the calm, clear air stay with us! May will be the,next% attraction at"" Orlando_ __..__ girls-- yesterday. ., the-.score- -being']6 to but harmony and good taste
the ringing of steel blades on the' opera house, January 28. This sea- 32, but it was a well fought game on

frozen water soon be heard, and the I son Whitney will appear in his both sides, much interest being shown combined. Come and see.

merry shouts and long, steady purr ofthe own play, a musical comedy in three therein.
sliders' feet down the lanes of acts and entitled "The Wrong Mr. The Cathedral girls, with their o 0
ice! President." The noted comedian will coach, Miss Shepard, returned last

It is long since we have enjoyed a have the role of a discomfited and evening, reporting a very pleasant

real hard spell in this country, and it ubiquitous darky who poses as the trip, and cordial treatment from their AIM & CO Jewelers
is early yet to indulge our hopes. president of a colored republic. He opponents, who showed them much fi
;. But the mere prospect is enlivening. has divers mishaps and adventures kindly attention during their.brief ;!

: Should it be realized, we say to the which form the pivot for a great deal stay.

middle aged: Try to be young again! of fun and laughter. In the cast are Guaranteed Reliable Repairing
Risk a fall or two, even if you find Homer Tutt and Blanche 'Thompson, SEAT SALE FOR THE SMART SET Everything

', your long unpracticed feet willful as and forty singers, dancers and mirth n: = = == _
< Mr. Pickwick's. If you take the good provokers, who are well versed in the Manager Barker finds it necessaryto .
the gods provide you while you can, art of providing capital amusement. accommodate the colored patronsto -c
':' you will not feel quite so old when Six rows in front of center section4 "The Smart Set" to give them a CIVIC LEAGUEThe BE CHEERY AND SUCCEEDIf Worry and fear are successful kill-
' spring comes. You will have taken and the left section of the house is portion of the lower floor, but will regular monthly meeting of ers. It's hard for men with such

,. in a fresh stock of health and vigor. reserved for white people. The bal- have a curtain drawn so as to have the Civic League will be held tomor- you wish to be successful be traits to get along, but the man who
-Pall Mall Gazette, London.BROOMELLALEXANDER. ance of the house is for colored peo- than separated from the whites, giving row (:Monday) afternoon at 3 o'clockin cheerful. can smile and work is wanted.-Dr. ;
ple Reserved seats on sale at Butt's i them a separate entrance to the Prof., Carr's studio on Pine street, The world will welcome the cheer- Orison Swett Marden. :
Candy Store, Tuesday, 9 a. m. Col- lower floor. The prices of "The Smart this to be the appointed place for ful man, for smiles and success go
POSTPONEDOn CONCERT ored reserved seats on sale at Jor- Set" will be 35c., 50c., 75c. Reserved meeting until further notice. together. W. T. ENTRICAN, \
S dan's Store, Tuesday, 9 a. m. Prices: seats on sale at Butt's 9 a. m. Tues. Most men fail to "make good" be-

35c., 50c., 75c.Subscribe day. Reserved seats on sale for colored Ladies' hair dressing, massage, cause they expect defeat. One of the
:
Painter interior
and
decorator.
account cf the bad weather the New
.. Broomell-Alexander concert has been people at Jordan's store, Tues- shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber best influences is always to expectthe ideas and old ones, too. Phone 6361 -
today for the Daily Sen- day morning at 9 o'clock.If Shop. 1.2-tf best things to come to you. Expert workmen employed.
postponed to Monday night tinel and you will be well informedof Walk and act like a man in the hab- 1-21-lm 1

the current happenings from dayto you want the news, read the Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em it of conquering. I believe in the -
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