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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: February 1, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00319
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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'4 SENDS, ftEPRESENTA .: : 10 B BllIN. 'committee of Orange county to succeed witness before,the ,conir ssio1taf co .| 5!, AO l1 &A f n S GA R V ) t ) Jfl.
Mr. W- L Do'ive.as' WN ANCOij .
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supervisor miltee intdus official ;'j '
< TIVE' to ORLAND6 V ". .tt of registration, who sent his resignation conducting inquir5 denied V : \ II ._' fl. S ,D s fsssiGNALS. : .<'Si: f \
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4' __ I to the govern&V some ,time- < S. V J-*' V -a i, . : 4 ;
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t'I Construction Begun on of charges, of improper conduct, lodgea :Latter,."Becomes Superintendent of ; : \ :
Twenty Rooms to Upper" to become effective February, 1. : against him, and made' some countercharges 'T rmih "and Is. Succeeded at :

: 4i1L1 CONftR R 'WtfH [ YOlrnNY. a Story. .of Block"4 ., after' tfie adjournment of the'meeting in which he. "said that District said.; .' by %. 'sV.'JlanseUV' UBflf RMIW NsrMii1 i
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; t' > Attorney Akerman. was in- : '' /. I I .. I. ..
,'. I CoL. T. Jl: Watkins sigped con telegram to Governdr Park T am. ,voved wit the railroad and liquor In'. mg; "with, th. officialS 'announcement . I.H' r: '. '::5' 7' .-, f'lr.\' "v -.,"
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.EFFECTIVENESS OFrPROJECT* tract yesterday Hanner , interests while holding the positionof of \the appointment]:LOSS OF THE MONROE .
:made .by the, committee, and ,itS, expected -' PLACED; \ rr
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., IVE'ORG AMZATJON MDE'AP contractors, , for' the construction. of a district_attorney and was peeved Iorl9n\Rid .as. general. manager.of rllAT'F1GURf'ITRoUT/
twenty )oom addition to thE .upper that the* appointment:of. Mr. with j him because he wouldn't nolle the Florida East Coast after:a,long -! ,r VV:

PARENT" SOON XFTER' OF.;. story,of,the Watkins block,'which will .,Williams'"'will be made 'immediately, prosse cases against liquor '. n. The and' distinguished'career with. the,Atlantic REGARD \OTl1LiVES tf\:;

: 4 ..FICE. .$ ESTABLISHED, . increase th fIoor capacity on tKe.second -.so. that the county 'commfssionejs in judge said he had, never favored hissoiinlaw ',Coast 'Line railway for some ,. LOSTH. \-1t., ... !.. \ '

,% *. / ** '*-. i Boot to:as much again as it DOW :session' Tuesday may pass11 on his Heywaro, but had always ,twenty years, ,the following promotions " .t"\
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,jha *the. Florida Growers' and containsIn short the1 second. ;bonds The requirements 'are:that1-the Special to tke'enttoet. V ,
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; story disqualified,.himself 'judge cases' .are certain to be genuine interest : .
Shippers' League Is tp become an, im of lo k"is be. built supervisor shall, give ,a bond' of $566. : Norfolk, JanSl.-Federal" investifgators '
1 )r .. ; the to t, up over Heyward wa\ .concerned. ;to all of the people of Jacksonville '/. "
r in' ff..airs' concerning of. block. with two sureties. Mr' Williams wiU District Times-I', whcareendea'crorjng.to dster- ,, '
>T vpojrtanfyfacpr the entire flower portion the ; Speaking/of his' break with and Florida, says the !
v theiwelfare pf the growers*df, Florida" The estimated tost of the ,improvements -j assume the:'duties'of. the :office imme Attorneys;:Akerman,, he. said: Union of Saturday. mine- the responsibility, fof. sinking, ; t"V

4. 'iapaiehtth / t FatM. ...Quirk, includipg the extension oj '.the.diately' upon the approval of,his bond.' V '**Mr.. 'Akejman' allied\'himself with 'Under special orders :just issued, of 'the Dominion Line steamer Monroe : r \ '/

:' ,representing.the Interstate Commerce Caruthers' &, Gore grocery store below -t|In "meantime 'the office is in the liquor interests and insisted 'that. J. N.. Brand, superintendent of the hav, 'brough out these manrial < V ;

Commission; will be in' Orjajido. tot is, '$17,000.' The contract. ails !'Charge' of Mr. Robert Howe,,who"was I'nolle'prosse certain liquor cases. He second' division of the Atlantic CoastLine ,facts| : ; : : ;1 A V* 4" .;,

'fora conference with, Mr., S. completion of'the Appointed deputy by'Mr. Doiive sometime ; railway ,First.. V If! Captaln try oi'the :
morrow for.the work within claimed this was,obligatory pn ,me'be- with headquarters in I.
Te&yJ general maMger ,of the or . j, ago and,who has ,been Acting in Nantucket. hadn't. backed his vjssej: I. M
Lloyd: : nicety dfys. t case a .compromi!\!pn these casesha Savannah,, effective February 1, succeeds -
league,.i jnregard to the incased e-- 'the I Mr. 'Dolive's stead sincere Ibooks effected bftfeco1leor) ,Mr-. ,after the crash. .,thfi ,Monroe Htrald} X
$ ; Assembling tpa eIJaJ.o ground r. i been :of Riddle as superintendent. of ,have ,.
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f .press, ratei which were ordered ef-; has.begun and work is. to be ,push$ were opened_a month.igo. V 4 j. internal revenue v ,and* 'jher*; A tome ,fcajthml division of that,system with I 'had' ;jpaa' '* 5 ,
\ February 1. . j. There were,twelve .jnembers' of the ; r'Ake 7a 'v < sengers been, rescued. / t- \
fective : The. structure is tob fire)roof brick 'e eri.L ; ,Headquarters: in Jacksonville.sfCfther" I I I i
': '{tlL ;. "Mr, 'Quirk i is'coming to 'Qrlando a(, and metal .being' the materials to/bej,committee present' as :follows: .Seth needy..'" .. n f"f:1twpJinte&Iiimrefreein : : : ,promotions provided' for inspec&rorders blown. Second. The, Monroe,:vhlcb. Jiad*"V ,.l
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'the Mr. vho ca1edthe l Woodruff and $. S. Griffin ,of Orlando , 7 two blasts ,:tthnesy :had? *
of Tenny, ,
:r r equst used. Col. Watkins seated. yesterday ; : ..11;ijid'Jio Ilkihi .just issued bythe.'chief I yi
attetiopbf: ; \ iecowmision t.o the that already most of'the additionaltwenty ;. E: IL/Strdng, ,llwood; L.. "W.iTjldeijj ; cc p.0. em 'f r4t; 'officials Oftll: \A..C.. L. provide iorIhsraiking : 'stopped her' .engines and Jhad cornsto' : '' '}!

[. I ._fact ',th t.l'th 'oincrease pp1ies. to' rooms'had been leased*, possession !;! Oakland>--'A. Wichtendahl, Atlantic Coast rP' . ',.of C. M. 'Crowri/npw. as- h'almost, a complete: standstill when V the. i ..t'i. ,
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:fruitsipd 'vegetables: whije' a reduc-:' to be iiven 'as.soon as possible, [r'[Gotha;.J..,E.. HarsPine, Castle; ,J.: pany yhiUy:1174' . y. tOtne i Superintendent" ,' :with Jieadquartersih f olliSinocCUfled \..V. .' ; .

tionVijis'or8ered'on general commodity "Robinson's studio is to be:in the''I A. Barber, Conway; H.Bear,.Wm and I di ia'11 ol'feel IHfftMrAk'ennanwas : Sanford the superintendenVoiternlinals -' Third. Captain' !* rryywlKuwas'Qn.t" v\ #

shipments. $ '*. new'part,.with'much. enlarged and'im I tef Park.0. W. Braywinter car' qui .tiai fiiI in,:the". V .,naval sto'rescasts. '.in, Jacksonville, whileTfjWjHansell Abridge. of, tne NaBacklffhao, ., 1scrtmded ;
to .This'worke : hardship on 11 den; 'J,' E. Rose,.jLockhart;' J. ,W. .' V J his 'siren .lniacknowlejtenent! '.*J
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I r evident: proved 'quarters, and Butt's candy. . ,u,toIf. 'r"f at present superintend-' of
J.t.A the>growers ind'Mr,:Te nny*is not inclined kitchen. is to located. . th re". also, :'''Bass, Orange Center Oscar Tanner, Judge Spe$fiJ also'explained, t&5oama'de a enVofUhe.! ,local terminals-goes. to theMonro'ahget: ignatf?* *% V j..f
Fourth oWof.'thfi-'life/Voati
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t think it'was intentionaljOn t iFish.* _Mr. Josiat Ferris, the Secretary V : \S\
Ii tg .that ; and( Architect Mti ay.S., King, who to:hjk several, !f eaa4b M Sa.nford;aAssistant 'sperintendentackii1leIistr1c '
,. ;the heHhfnks,itMikely > r also.present, ,"*.*, : ., ,the .Mpnroeituck, ..fastn l jboni n't . ,
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contrary, the -is be dftheId 9fi .
'j.{ designed. 'building! .to given ]:Kingf I. that a blanket, orderwas issued bVthetommission II * |..ali 1 Tanner servedo& th .'committee cburtra&vaWh V 'Th intmenFof Mr lowered time ,to avi, q1'tveSj I't\
; ; It . .. mqre c commodious 9uar.ters..p ? I A States japp Riddle. 1 asgrfjBCTnanager * ," '
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o.l"J"l'hd.JlSr pass.engeis> V V : *|
,-l on, a'pound basis for I In .addition. Co.these there. are. many. 'for.the: rsttimeyserday. He V u politics and 'of, the'Florida 'feast I "F H
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'a ,reduction and that)the'application others :wjjo will noil occupy *so much :presented .a petifion signed' by twen.tyseven ur, years' irt e"Ind n ;<. h iff :railway, the. Flagfer, system, Th'Nintocke'bourdoutK" ' .. i
'fth& rates ,to,,fruits,,and*vegetables elcgtors .of**,his district that .1 IL : HV ::from Boston, was:off her coum wT>eh t It I
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; space. Watkps has been careful !t* t& ,I was badly'J e KIngernewoM'that.be , e ;ported. Jn keeping vwth} 'she ,
:\ resulted in an. increase.. instead of,are3uctfon 'to miijce' thebuilding4 modern inevtrTii'articular .,.he. be' econized;L ; as.. the...uth" iccipimittee had some,money the:calling,of this, 'widely .kriqwn' fri. Monroe encountered t ntIJournile the' north; :b und'.: \

}AA- '; through,.:oversight*** .*sv ''an the'officesnrilfbe ; e hta.. "ie;I .t.>,', 'Q, tthe', .- ("gul .m t' J wr lhO Um j hfiJuture\rdpojrtdi,, 'di&Htti-lwhtcKJrt sotith.. ofihp'Winti I it '
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''vent' it js Mr. 't ennys'1OD- and,'wass .s edted bj i, unanimoUs -,< *Vice-Pres'ident 'l . & } F
r l'Irfanf : : ; Is jgood/as. can-be/ou idr wittiLt e I . Qf",interest'"I acceptedand gave my reel to J ?.'BeckWh, 1 .f' '\ ,1'<'
l jck osecurd. ( {th fdetY ,, many'advantages:of'new construction. ;i vote. l .\ $\. lf V *4'/' note. Lit when Mr.:King, who be* the 'several chariges: following in.tI; e, Robert ,t Japley., ov{!')b >

11. .tit a hearing c"h b. 'given by the and ideas/5'* \ ''I 1RONNUP % 'There. ar4urpthe- T.,districts- platbv caMe peeved with me, :made demand .'rake'(his 'prpmotion are. ,certain 01]Unite4;. tates"steamer. 'inspftc tio p'.t'erf. '1 '

',\ cdramlssion,.or,its representative, and : no 'represeqtatfvie on, the; c,ml for payment' of. the ,note/Y4'paid_ it be ,of special interest. : i,' '; '"* < .1; vice, who, conducted. .'J.1nqu7( !' It10 t ,

{, ...I.*It"this, is. understood. to.be. the purpose. :lit ee, being i 'Maitland,' Ocoee, Clar-,; promptly. :This money, did not, of f";' As i or|Mr. Brand;:|he hew superintendent 1 ports the. gra14[ 1 t9reVof' the.tetiv ,
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'; p MAY HITS mon r.o CaptaTflsJohns'on ajftd' Berry* , tI'
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nSan2icletth. Chairman Woodruff
4.: of" ;Mr, Quirk's Yidit4K .- [course, come from the:registry of the of tne. thirij division, ha ;*. ** .', t"
: "MrTenny has,beeV xtreniely busy suggested'that he, .sense of the court/. l !VJL : .sumes'his new dutici'after'a.lpng and"indfthe: (rtews of;the ,twosteamsfeiDS.. ] %* '*j |

-lift"' S1p' icjhe' headquarie of .the 1eguerr : r FR R' Mllffi[ f FR R !co'mmlttee, be 'sotixided'as, tp'thevisbilityj ,aI d- Judge. Speer V declared v*that John '}I.VV f varied. experience ',with 'some: ,*>?.the'I' \Captaia/ohnson lafe t *Jay '.fiie4" t *v ,'
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Yestt'erday.h I ; dt"tf thfdercj' :
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"se1etab1ished. f the p'committh5 fillm former arshhl'tiiejurist's [largest.railroad systenls in,the AtJrer \ < : "
Barges;; Sl"-- ;
.: was: trtaiiruiigMr: L.t -CACorbitt Trades. Display to Be Success With :those placjs by'appointmentv* : ,Such' a court was, a mane orf'maleyolent, in- r country.. Essentiajiy) \a practical f.D lib of one.';I ,dosr ;Jip iZt. r.
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assistnt chief of' the. bureau Practically.AU Business Houses motion was put'and lost A vote was j V' 'lie also combines long t14 Merazits, ,and 'M rs' rf \._ f
4 : wish experi7enc'e
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?: ftof tVnt industryj.M?. .JL V. StuW i. / Taking Part i.then taken directing the secretary* ten'o.J. ; I' IyrttGa! :ompany. .oVJJerS'_ ,, .n' ,1.-t.
; ;> < j.J *. I Jo "Barnes cam5 to me and :spoke of ,. a theoretical 'k"nowledet Uiat-is, .. '.f"'Jth" .if' :
?auch, ia'charge'oJJithe, frt and veg-- FairCommissioner! ; O\K. Pomferpyl 1 I notify the'people oi. each 'of th rpr ; ''yhat ,le.had receive.d .}};receivership l certain l io. prove of i inestimable. value. Nant d t., ':4; . !) ; T.'If l' t

.r *vetable P.1O!e n.t"J1ld.Mr., ., H.:J. Ranf- has been'deluged with letters during '!cincts named that iVk ac'V!felsf quoted:to 4im)9'! lieVf Lorddhatham ,to him'jn .hknew position., .*' I' . :.r, mjnt.Wd17''f1 Jie Jff"n Io'f

;$ey, in chargeof the 'preeoo1ingxl the piSt few'days from business, meh I I seject a member to be present at'the. saying 1 'and ;'h Id up"htS |Mn.Brind1so'j: miI r rwfth all S7 Sms1ip.ornpany! '4i5td 4V'.'fs"
periments" being conducted 'by "ih 'f' I next meeting of the committed , ; ( '.'qus ni' the'the4tofroe c lm ,..thels t
in- Orlando. . who assured him that they hand*,and none(of.it. sta'ckreferring of jthe. \many that pertain3specally *" [ (
If government atvPalmefp| ,.Mr: Tennyjloot.ithe .II wanted to be4entered'upon the list of r Upon calling the meeting \to. order, t 1'mon y ha dle4b'Lbr P\t(;a.pi"mastef \ | to the1 raokdJntrest, off at ajnilli6a MIa: .'jplac-. #' ;t
visitors to ,S ntordf for, ,a .Chairman Ihe} V ing the .value:..,M :the 'teanisbiia' iMiS
Woodruff tated
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," those who would purpose Southiand the Southeast 'and
r If i.! : have floats 'inSgrt the in; tqe ri ish"lfT:1f." { e for '
\tf,. V Hlook atitbte-celerytfieds| after showing .trades display to be made the I\I' as being to nomina tEt a successor .r'larnes', distorted ,tbls saYing' inhis years1' Has1 T een a dose* ,st: eJt.'an $600,000 I .and. ife, ..carjo. : $'.t4 T. i' ,pt, ,r ,1I.1.'"

l ,them over the' ruit ,growing, area aftq"f first-day of the fair, February 17 ,I I to Mr., Doiive, resigned. lie!real at :festimony before iifiis'committee an observant, as'well al a Capable 064eial > 1" r(

t ;. packing! houses 'about, Or1d '.. . :'Mr. Pomeroj has been a busy man V letter frorn: Governor Trammell: stat' hal I remarkedr 'we1J'Y at is therein [ of.,the.'Atl .,Coast. Line railway IG AfING} G .N t w: : ;"
.The; new, rates will reduce?the 'ex- ing, that'1t" Doljve ,resigndtion. la' *", ' V ;r
't during the.. week, just closed He has 'it for'me?"' 'V ' 0' /ri t ; .. : ,1 V
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!1'. ., pr/ss, charges' 'inwpany instances 'as rounded up 'a.,l lot' of; interesting exhibits been .accepted, and snggejtiBg 'tha' f the chargtlit he vas Ir. :;4 CroWn, ." ,*too,' K2k'made... a,rnet i .t MvtR'S'. URN'ID' ", ..." . ': ;#,
:: much as 50 per cent, but will increase I the 'committee take early action to i'a. enviable 4 I 4VSV 't. .
and hast,closed with many'for absent from the distri 'longer poru epitatibias --assistant'- .a V .J. Si. -
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those, oh f fruits 'inttvegelables': fill the tion. The,'chairman tiienreadUhe 'I' ,5 'P 1 -. 'fI".1...
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: : . ,decorations. The official decoratafl.t pqs 1t of. .eabh ".)'ear. tl lift.' the law prescribed periSte idnt ih Sanford' the success : ":'
? 10'per cent . .., and -his: assistants, will be 'in OrlagdQ I : hamesf of J. 'Van. sBuskifk, Judge. Speer sad' ,he,held open of many f the.largest,..movements'. ,iLo s Is, Estynated X 'jO ?;,JVilnf ,. ,.

.., The' ra es are divided* in three tomorrow to begin work,. with Jhe F.'H. Williams:', F.-. X. ,Schnller, t. JIl court on an average tof. 200 days 'a trock'from' t is'felebra( sectim fyein LHfle'InsuranceUo 4 .! !CoTerJDamv. V ..tf"

? *.dashes'as, follows; ..:{' f f ,uFirstclass prospect,, that, all will be in readiness. Brodwater,. ; Pl; CawoodJ... \ J.. .Lie year and wa5 entitled to a 'vacation.He placed to .his. cr,dit' tylhose' in ,ipositon . 't'age' ,Dg V' e*,'by .Flames- *'"'._' 4 V S ,:r r

t,, ., ,rate v .*ppIy., .. ,on merchandise when L \ *the',lair opens. .* and E. 'Westover. '. '. candidateS: added that, he sometimes< went to toknowf '. .\ \ 't. .< ". ;yjL '. .oj\\If V', \ ,
f: ) f Mr., J. H..Sadjer, :'ot,Oakland'placei ,- .VyergFla .Jaa, J.r-Fir.e J. ,
Mr., Pomeoy is working on a iistofathletic .;. North Carolina because. hay fevers Mr. Hansell,"as. suprintedent.dthe
{. : Second-class. rates apply' :on ,all ar-' ,events,to take place during ,,''the name f'Ir.' < 'noxnina- from, :which he suffered. In explanation 0 localterminals. has,'filled* a"diffi which brote.pu,. 'about t.'''&''p. k j. q0: ,w
'tides of food or dfi. This, rate is evert. \ion, saying that he .had'tome all the cult with night did damage estynafetf |f} in "t
the .fain A'novel. IS to b ,a I Ire of'complaint made by, several position, exceptional tt.int ;
75> cent of the .firt- 1ass rate. 1r tron h Mme'1 ? ; ) to $?D6,(% ''greatpcli '. I -
& per : between a,man,and a horse.., >' way Sl Orlan'do to rwitnes&s tnat the money derived I 'all.th&se ,who Jearn of m'l'prtfmotioi (150/)00 'e
IT'i)1 11urd. ass rates apply .on almaj -: '. .1.t 4 perform.,;this Muty which'jgave* mm from the sale of the Huft estate' in5lacon will concede .t\facVthaHt'sim-- i iag; house,or tlje'Lee Co ntyx c-J O]?: ,v

fr,_ 1.J.j ; nacs,. txJoks, calendars, 'etc, ; : .V pleasureIe paid i "high compliment h&( .,deposited.in a Macon. [pjy tomes in the'way. ,of practical fee !company; :with .fts 'fine, '4 equipment'pf -t
/t : The basfs of the rates is the,, JOllN44DADE D [ DROP D[ADIN i knuchVery/' terat.biwj
: new to the ability of Mr.;Williams.Th'eje- bank which his Brother-jn-law,' C&ilMorgan rognitW fcf. duties wl"perfoi'ined.. s tfnarboxy* : .,

i1 i" f zone 'and ;block system. The country' 5AiIItP were no oteifotm4l pominatj'. is president of,' JudgeJ5peer Altogether? the ;tiew'ipromotiQ are es. oftHtrus'' "".wfi8:2etr6jed: ; ; The. ; ,

if I is fit,4h1a.: : ftye >zones; .Zone p .AT Toicr and' the. b llolng.:1y: n, 'Mr. Wilihams said: f certain 44' prove.pleasing* asWeH .as*.' acki4' O'1 : ", -t' r,Vr;
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taking in the eastern .states; .zone : /ve, t lv A' r- ,i of 'the nver .nd1 .foiiinjt} _
i; t t receijred votes n'ihe| first V "This ban, at the time, was ap.jointed inteest1ng the: mid 4ectd : p
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tt .2, ,the southern .states; .zone 3; *the : 'John.' McDade, x>ne of' the proprie4.tors 'J' [ballot, Mr- Schufler four, 3Ir. C wood k iegis ryof the court, the pnly .. l' . .f f ..,OJ'. l;, f| tI as,Aiw iq !r.t4lcw4ul4' .

n'este. & test zpne 4,' th"I of bdrber pi\/and Mr/ ,Lee ;-The 'se'cond 1'W ,aTsJ, :
A the Gem shop, next the \wo, general depository of 3Iacon. It is P01ICE P4degtrofed: l ,

r; ocky .Mountain states, and. rzone f Postal Telegraph,company's office) on:ballot, resulted* five for Williams i ,''.not'custoraary for bank/.'pay,interest TELEPHONE NSTALE"NTL1BMpDELttFE' ; 1p i Jt lJWn a .'
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I: ** the 'Pacific. coast tates. These;zones Orange' avenue,, dropped ,dead :at 12 .tw are' then 'reduced to blocks, r each > : L f V 'f bleW. the fla neaiawaytroip'tSe-\ .
t : o'clock' last night. .Death was due wI|!for1 Lee'onet'forjWestover; The"lhird!If[ Judge Speer was cros.examInedbclairrnan $- > (1 ,
t i1defli 50 miles square. an;attack of acute indigestion. Mi. \ five {or''WilBaras,,J.wo Jor Scnuller,[ Webb, of the congressional r The ,dty commJssioners otreddi' j V 'Several 'pl eSi1reV.df\ in the rfvje t,
A\other* of' 4ok" :: telephone, Jnsfalledtin, Model caffo'hghtpo'lice i -jtofton $ Buildm '\uSj
matter importance 't. oat tt
; McDade bid been' complainingsince thre6'for Caw*oa p'two fpr Lee. The{ mitte the jurist admitted havjnjd V

;" *.:slhq .shipper, is the fact that the!njw supper. ,last:nfght, but.had given nojevidefiee Ii I 1 fourth t, 'seVen', jor. 'Williams,\one: "foeScnuller traveled c ; on,'railroad passes'J>ef 6re;the art 'calls.. The Slodeljsop tools. ,,als, '<> were,... destroyed/.' \ . ': *, ,.
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and it isa cenfraHcKcation
.I{ rates;apply!to.andlrom :all points jbi of,2ienous illness. He was ,' tyo forr wood, and...tIor'eei'Wih1a w.( p sage of Jhe'Hepburn act '9'to' p tijgh, .< There IS 'nQ definite" rnforn>alii.):
4tnUnited Stotes:regafdjess ,xM :or'the policetand 'Ma ::Spet-. to bow the fire .its '
t. ': .f'cash, I"yegister checking: upUhe .was. ierefoe'declared free,'tirhen'iVeryhody'else. rode. free,'t has intcacted them to/calCat got slait *, .
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:frI gthf,':10'1 .' $1, ment. . , .: 1-, \xit L--1"-:aacwhck'endcjh1s; :itfe.' ,irhe, >vot s': were takln' ,by I I1iJ Messrs!,. ,.if i. 'r: _, v "' .'.. "* asCtii1iCal1&, 1fequpiuyduring the 'n1' which' .Wthe' :maln'plani, 'W :of'ItsifehdinJhe :

J 'If _, L", .' ... ,.,4 : 'i .,t' Hel'leave. Vwife'im4 )wo 'young:,chSJt- .':l.J.Wc te asArnmittej5ornps'ei te f r1 frEBRs'.c MMENTb! N 'TRIAL IS for t \ haye-bee nMx sef jn .r .'cpuVit "wiir; prove hardship! V

itc t, : SNOWSTORM JX,)ILLINOIS \ ; drein, and.-| | lot er 'survives 'f;t :: : '-f t'Mes .I TO 9I 'KIff 6'j 1 .: tk eii irVites.f.. J itiopathat. 1; in Ith' xctig'of-;he niajnder ofUi'e
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,?tJJ& .F : !e :oullyP ff districts." I hiseredservk.. The dead 'ma 's 'per 'cent' of: the it .. r S -u.. |. : -c. ., >", J.'if%,!,v,1": ,:. *'ror'i4'1i, : m i ._ thfreigii', 'relation. of ,the*United

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;{ *? :in.si ,too watches,!guaranteed the" shock ,would affect her serioUd theyaspir* dj; ,:be..used ta.4eraymg '<_f. .t *'HEWEATER* VV 'A .* .. V V ,' / *.. { g: t-fctr..vn Jth'Jrltom t V ; presfdent' mil: } have the .support\*of '

t.?:% '' 'Mt9'area;,*K} god :alarm,' lo ksrJ The_ McDades live Broadway. They the. expens 'of, tHe, .committee, :m, th$ .Florida:- ;Fair unday.andtMon.. .fn".fri. ; ;re1iiioJ" .- .{. ,.: ec'eryoocvhz&j. ; I' :In. calling the, +misa '

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Morton* Riddle, general superintendent j :I
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of the Atlantic Coast Line, is Oct1aalia Nursery Service Mondayat. .
to become general manager of the .
Florida East Coast, reporting to Vice-
President J. P Beckwith, and J. H. MONTGOMERY MOTION Grand Theatre
Nelson is, to be superintendent off PICTURE GO'S"An
transportation of the Florida East always been accepted in Orange County as the

i Coast This rumor has' been current for best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand Evening with Wilder Spender," a screamingly funny Biograph Comedy

! several days, anJ yesterday a dispatch no oneever will, because our trees are the best These "Wilder Spender" pictures will amuse every one. ,

"' to the Florida Metropolis from and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure. "The Horrible Example," another one of Edison's best comedies. .

St. Augustine gave the first public .' "Spinners of Speech," an interesting industrial picture, Pathe. .. '
information on the important addi- Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who-

tions to be made to the staff of officials ever heard of an ignored claim? ALL FIRST RUN LICENSED PICTURES
of'the Florida East Coast rail _

road.J. We offer you first choice from the largest stockin Commencing Monday Special Engagement of '
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P. Beckwith, vice-president, in
the world for ,
this
charge of operation and traffic, will season's planting and your suc- TOM KANE "The Irish Caruso"f
make the appointments at an early cess with our stock is already assured when your ,

date, it is said, although today he grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- Hear him Monday and you will hear him every night
refused to say more than to deny that
any change is to be made effective sonal inspection ol your land when requested on any the little daughter of Mr. and
Also Baby Lewis ut.e Mrs.V. L.
of
February 1. planting 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto Lewis in fancy dancing. This three year'old

Mr. Riddle will make St.'Augustine I planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best child is positively the most wonderful dancer in the country for her age. Monday
his headquarters, occupying a suite of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. afternoon and evening.Children 0
I of offices in the general office build-I ,
ing of the Flagler system. He will .
also,remove his family to St Augus- 5c PRICES MONDAY Adults lOc

r tine.Morton Riddle, who for years has Continuous
Performance from 3:30
been superintendent of the third division to 10

of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad ADDRESSNURSERIES ,
with offices in this city, is rated -
among the best and most efficient TUESDAY, FEB. 3, MARION LEONARD .
railroad men in the South.
t' His connection with the Florida "IN THE WATCHES OF THE NIGHT .
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East Coast is an important one. Mr. Dept. Tangerine, Fla.

Riddle, in is 1869.a Virginian He entered, born the at Petersburg serviceof .,', ,...... ,.' ..," '.,.....',..,." '.... Songs One, and of five he best reels,features of pictures.we have shown. Special Music, Violin Solos, extra

the Coast Line in 1891, first as \
roadn aster, then superintendent of + HHIItmiimOHIIIIHIItMMtMQMtlHtllMIMIfFOR Friday, Feb. 6.-Helen Gardner (Mrs. Duncan Pell) in "CLEOPATRA."

the Richmond division,and from June, II
1904,,to SALE ..t".O'1'1118= 'III'lalllllll II..el'
January 1905, he was assistant 'le'llllttllltl"'O'IIIII'I"
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chief engineer at Savannah. That i''II.lllllt

winter,he was promoted to be general -
superintendent of the Savannah New Two-Story Modern For Economy and p

(or second), division and later was ICE,
'"tiL transferred to the Jacksonville divis- House one! block from W RIG t-T chase power of your m
& SEED ,
ion where REALTY
he has made a name both co"T
t: for himself and for his road by his Lucerne Circle..' FOR REAL ry Wright Fa

watchful and efficient services.He ? i Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. t
is a member of the Jacksonville Orlando, Florida
i board of trade and an important mem- bulk. "Motto" Quam
ber of the river and harbor committee Helen Wright, Owner
and
, ?, of the board. He will be missed Quality.
both by the Coast Line road and by 113 AMERICA STREETiniilMMMIIIMIMiMIIIIIMMMIIIMMIIIIilll.. Fresh Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter

the people of Jacksonville.-Florida ' cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 c

Metropolis. J dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart.
i NEGRO PAYS PENALTY I WOOD, COAL AND ICE i iI cents pint.
LAKE COUNTY FAIR BIG EVENT ,* y .
Tavares, Fla. Gainesville, Fla., Jan. 30.-Sam.. I -.t Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Expi
Jan. 30.-The Lake Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal
,county fair opened this week in its Hurd, the young negro convictedofthe Yard, phone 566. 931tfJust (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with or
foul murder of W. H. Mahafney,
own.. hntldini with.. a .flnnr rnJ1'....... r\t - -- -
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aged colored farmer on the Uaines-1- 5
an
8,000 feet, length 100 by 50 feet,I atf
iville-Rochelle road, last October, was I
erected on the courthouse grounds.On .
'executed in the Alachua county jail
the first floor the following booths o I FIRE
INSURANCE
enclosure this morning about 11:30
were very attractive:
t o'clock.
Umatilla, decorated with large pyr
amids of citrus fruit; the Citrus Exchange Hurd was caught in the act of saw-
with attractive displays of ing his way out of jail last week, anda -
packed and unpacked fruit; Mont- watch had been maintained over p Ile o Success.
verde, with its miniature gardens of him since that time. He had stated : ITYAtiD
all kinds vegetables, set in its own that he would not submit to being e0UHTRYEALEJT
hanged,but today manifested a differ-
rich soil; Lake County Manufacturing lJANSEN
and the officers had carload l
company had a most unique display, ent spirit little arrived ;i
ro of manufactured goods, and in this difficulty in carrying out the law's IMPROVED AN {
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command. FORDS for immedinow. ; < <
exhibit miniature train
a run by electricity UmnpRovE ORLANDO ptaJuc
with fiat cars loaded with lum-
ate delivery. <
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ber. Sentinel want ads. get results. FLORIDA. ,

e I Get yoursF. .

Office in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan \'
LUCERNE THEATRE i G. RUPhone .

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The same Company and Production that played Atlanta Ilj)

last week. Prices, 5o-75-i.ooi.5o-$2.oo. Seats on t ,

sale Saturday, Jan. 3ist at Estes Pharmacy. Tft,..,,,,rI '

OLIVER MOROSCO


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G PEG.y WE MAKE IT OUR BUSINESS i ij

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BY E \ CLEAN The Arcade Book md Music StoreW. i CHARA :Rs IN GdMY HE .5

HICH COMES TO THE LUCERNE WEDNESDAY, FEB i

J. HARTLEY 5 PIQUANT ,' Have you seen the 'Griffing roses T. ENTRICAN, f! .

on the government lot opposite Elks'
! MANNEISLiCOJ'1EDY j Home?, Office opposite postoffice.W. Offers to Orlando the newest and best Read The Morning Sentirj '.
of workmanship in the painting and
H. Brokaw, salesman. Phone 267.
) Lavrelle Taylor's Perpetual N. Y. Triumph.Si It. decorating 1-21-lm trade. Phone 636. For The News '; ..1?



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For Sixty Days We Will Offer Sixty Choice Five Acre Tracts

At Winter Home at $150 each] ,

AT TIME OF PURCHASE EACH PURCHASER WILL BE ENTITLED TO A TICKET FOR EACH FIVE ACRE TRACT PURCHASED ON WHICH HE WILL WRITE
HIS NAME AND ON THE DAY DESIGNATED PURCHASERS WILL DROP THE TICKETS ALL INTO A HAT AND SELECT SOME ONE TO DRAW OUT ONE.
THE NAME'ON THE TICKET FIRST DRAWN OUT WILL RECEIVE A DEED FOR THE FIVE ACRE TRACT AND HOUSE ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE.ON .

THE DAY OF DRAWING A PUBLIC PICNIC WILL BE HELD ON THE BANKS OF ONE OF THE BEAUTIFUL LAKES NEAR THE LAND. THE WINTER -
HOME PROPOSITION IS SITUATED IN ORANGE COUNTY IN THE MIDST OF THE MOST ATTRACTIVE LAKE REGION IN FLORIDA. THE LAND IS

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

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

OWN THIS TRACT AND PURCHASERS NEED NOT WAIT FOR THE RELEASE OF MORTGAGES AND THE WRAPPINGS OF RED TAPE INCIDENTTO
THE AVERAGE COLONIZATION SCHEME. .
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to WINTER HOME and returned to Taft in time for the 7:45 evening train. -

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WINTER HOME, FLORIDA, or ;

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ORANGE PARK Here are some very attractive specials in ORANGE JUST A WORD ABOUT ORLANDO
PARK
o Is a high grade property, located right, and in the growing Thirty lots fronting the main drive to the Country 'The soft balmy air of the winter; the beautiful, un
section werea I ues can not stand still lakes the handsome orange and grapefruit
Club, with magnificent big oak trees in front, and th eo'
; The county road has just been completed, hardeningthe covered with trees' groves; the clear, pure water to be had so easy; and the
; road along fifteen hundred feet of Orange Park, and orange culture of the people of the city, makes Orlando a winter
A dandy corner lot Big trees on the front and side for tourists. '
money has been appropriated to brick Colonial Drive on paradise
Lot covered with and grapefruit trees and
each side of the hard roads, thus making this drive upon orange guava
i bushes.
which our property fronts one of the longest and best The beautiful surrounding country of which Orlando
R, drives in the city. A sic-room house. A'"comfy" home for some one, is the center, rich in farming possibilities, producing two
,. Orange Park will have big lots, fifty feet wide and with trees all around it. and three crops a year, at a time when the best prices
nearly two hundred feet long, covered with handsome big A rare and choice spot, fronting Spring lake. The can be obtained, makes Orlando a fine business center for
a orange trees in full bearing. Just think of having a nice outlook IS across the lake to the Country Club and golf summer. With all these conditions Orlando must grow
bungalow in the midst of such a spot, and in a section links. A restful spot with enough attraction to divert fast. Real estate values soar, and Orange Park a moneymaker
{ where the best people are coming and values soaring. the mind without nOIse. You had better come and see for those who buy now.
Every lot is a picture, and a look will mean a lot, ORANGE PARK and note the many choice spots there
when you learn the price and terms. uncommon in most building spots. We will give to our guests as an advertisement and
WILLSOLD ON EASY The Colonial Land Company, who own and develop to introduce ourselves, such handsome gifts as beautiful
THESE CHOICE LOTS and sell Orange Park, are the largest developers of home prayer rugs, dainty gold and rose clocks, mirrors and:
TERMS OR FOR CASH sites in th$ United States. They know how to do things cabinet frames, handsome pieces of tapestry, wonderful
0f course you can buy one. Go and see'if you want right and treat their buyers right. Go and see what they imported Venetian vases, ladies' and gentlemen's gold
one of these beauty spots and then learn the terms. You have done. watches, also Bavarian china sets, such as chocolate sets,
there early. after dinner sets, berry sets, celery sets, olive sets
will b esurprised. Use good judgment. Get We have secured for this sale, CAPTAIN NORTON cake
sets, tea sets, dresser sets nut sets, and lemonade
Get the best. Act now. MILLER, considered the most genial auctioneer in the sets-
Why has the other fellow got the best You know. United States. Go and hear him tell stories and see the all pretty and just what you like. We also give pieces ofRogers' .
You were thinking, while he was acting. Go to ORANGE fun in his cordial present giving, and get a present. You silverware: such as sugar bowls, orange bowls,
PARK today. See for yourself. won't have to buy to get one. Ladies are cordially in\ ted. ice water pitchers, tankards and bonbon dishes. These
gifts will be given free. You do not have to buy to get
; ORANGE PARK is only a short distance from the ORANGE PARK IS CAREFULLY RESTRICTED one.
center of Orlando and many'new and attractive bungaFOR WHITE PEOPLE. The title is free and clear of all
lows have recently been built in this section. incumbrance, and we give warranty deeds. To get to Orange Park go out Concord avenue to
Colonial Drive, the sign will then direct )'ou.Remember .





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tention practice of ot this sending paper state to a and persistent county ORLANDO O BANK K

job printing to concerns located out To The Public: : & TRUST I COMrANY _
CASH GRO-
of the state. It is estimated that a This is to notify you that I have opened a :
CERY at 7 EAST CHURCH STREET in the new Guernsey :
quarter of million of dollars
a goes Block, and solicit your, patronage. Have had several years I Orlando ,
Florida.
annually to outsiders for book and
experience in the business, and find by eliminating bookkeeping : ,
job printing that could be done right
reducing delivery service and selling for strictly cash that '
here in Florida. The law permittingthis Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913
I can save money for my customers. This store will be run on ,
practice was enacted by the leg a cash basis, and only groceries to the amount of $3.00 or over RESOURCESLoans

islature cilities for some handling years ago the, when work the in the fa ,; will be delivered. But you will be given the benefit of it, and and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10

state were inadequate. At the pres- you will be surprised in the amount I can save you on your grocery Overdrafts . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 .

ent time, however, there are no less bill.. You are cordially invited to call and see for yourself Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33 :

than ten large printing establish- that my plan of running a grocery is a money saver to you, Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57 !

ments in the state capable of doing DAVID R. CARUTHERS.The Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87

this work as cheaply and as satisfac-
torily as the larger plants of the following are a few of my prices, call and get others. $656,382.21'

cities in other states. BAKING POWDER, SALT AND FLOUR LIABILITIES

During the last session of the leg- SODA Town Talk, sack _______45c. and 90c. Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
islature, the State Federation of Labor Rumford, half lb. can --_________14c. 1 Pillsbury, sack ________45c. and 90c.
Rumford, on elb. can --_________24c. Self Flour 12lb. sack50c. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
presented a measure directingthat Royal Bak. Powder, half lb. can23e.I I Rising Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
all work of the kind should be Bak. Powder ___ DRY FRUITS
Royal lb.
one can 45c. lb. _______________
Apricots, 20c
Soda lb. __________ per
this
:
bids in one package 8c.
confined to by concerns
.Prunes, two Ibs. _______________25c. $656,382.21
Soda
half lb. __________
state. The bill was a good one, and package ________ 4c. Peaches, two lbs. ______________25c.
Salt
Crystalline
package 5c. .
met with the approval of of the Apples, two Ibs. _____ ______25c.
but it failed\ to many reach first Ice Bulk Salt, per lb. ______._________________ Ic. Figs, per lb. ___________--__-______20c. Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68
lawmakers, Cream Salt Ib
per lc .Currants, per lb. _______________12c. Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38
reading and was left on the calendarsof BUTTER AND CHEESE Raisins, per lb. ________________12c.
both houses. State pride, in com. Dates lb. __________________
Best ___ __ __ __ 12c.
Butter, Ib _ 40c. per
per Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The
Raisins lb. __________
bination with excellent facilities, Cheese, per lb., 24c.; two Ibs _____45c Layer per 25c.
should now correct this practice, and Edam Chees _________________$1.00 CAN FRUITS officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust

we feel that the county officials will CEREALS Apricots, can __________________25c. Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

view the matter in the proper light Corn Flakes, package _____*______ 9c. Peaches and Pears, can _________25c. friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.
Cherries, can ________________30c.
when the right thought is given the Cream of Wheat, per package____15c.Mother's Green Gage Plums-- can _________25c. The'management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
Give the state Oats, per package______lOc. __ t the conservative, sane and progressive methods in
subject printers a National Oats, per package _____lOc. Sliced Peaches, can, 15c.; two __28c. employed
chance.-Florida Metropolis. Puffed Wheat, per package ______lOc. HAM, LARD AND BACON this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and

Pettijohn Breakfast Food, pkg.___14c. Hams, per lb. __________________-22c. strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful -
Wheatena, package _________15c. statements to its
SHE KNEW per patrons.
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Lard, Pure Leaf, per lb. ______ICc.
Malt Breakfast Food, .
Nuts, package package15e.Grape ___________14c Compound, per Ib., 13c.; two lbs._25c. M. M. SMITH, President
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+ The modern rural postmaster has Cottolene No. 4, pail 58c. I
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Ralston, package ___15e.I .
per
_______ W. M.
Cottolene No. 10 DAVIS Vice-President
pail $1.38
-- C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
time read the Shredded Wheat ___
not much to postcards 12c; two for 23eKellogg's Snowdrift _______24c., 48c., and $1.23
of his neighbors, even if he wished to Wheat Biscuit, pkg____13c Crisco ____________24c., 48c., and 95c.

But his more or less mythical propen Postum Two. ,packages pkg., 24c.-;-two_.___._for__-_-_-__-_-_-25c 47c.. Wesson's White Karon.Cooking. .Oil 1K, can _________30c.1Rr : : : : : :: : ::: : ::::::: ::::::: :::::::::'::: ::':::8888
ner
for has at least givenrise ----- --"--'- - -u--u--U---------
sity doing so instant Dostum, small size ______29c r
to many stories, one of which Large size -__________________47c Breakfast Bacon, per lb..25c. and 28c.
the Boston Traveler repeats. Yellow Corn Meal, package ______lOc. POTATOESIrish r.IIIIIIIII "JIIIIIIIIIIII III'IIIIIIII'llllllllt+t

farmer drove to Pancake Flour, pkg., 13c.; two____25c.. [ Potatoes, peck ____________35c. I
One day a young COFFEE, TEA AND COCOA Sweet Potatoes, peck ___________30c. It'rImported Just Received
town postoffice., and wound up at the village Coffees MEATS tIV

he. "Got Pura Gray, lb., 30c.; two Ibs ____58c. Roast Beef, can ________________23c.
"Hello Seth! said any- Pura Green, lb., 30c.; two lbs. ___58c Corn Beef, can ________________23c. Another Shipment of
thing here for me?" Pura Yellow, lb., 35c.; two lbs. ___68c. Sausage, can __________________lOc. ;
i 'Don't see. nothin', Jake," rather New England Blend, lb. 35c.; 2___68c. Potted Meat, can _______________ 5c.
f indifferently, replied the postmaster. Victor, lb., 35c.; two Ibs ________68c Veal Loaf, ca n_________________15c. ( )
Shapleeco, Ib., 35c.; two Ibs. _____68c Corn Beef Hash, can ___________13c. F .."'
"Was ye expectin' somethin'? Delmonico, lb., 38c.; two Ibs. _____68c. Lunch Tongue, can ____20c. and 35c. ,, ,
"Yes," answered the-farmer, "I was Sterlinglb., 38c.; two lbs. ______68c Tripe, can _____________________20c. o ; REZNOR[ GAS HEATERS.[A [
expectin' a postal card from my Aunt Summerset Club, 39c.; two Ibs. _.78c. Chipped Beef, can ______________15c. R
Jinny, tellin' me what day she was Tea Sliced Beef, can _______________18c.
comin' down." Temple Garden, one-fourth lb. ___15c. Chile; Con Carne, can ___________lOc. S

One-half lb. __________________30c. Spaghetti and Macaroni
"Hanner," called the postmaster to Cocoa Package _______________________lOc. A This is
the fourth
order
this
his wife, "have ye seen anything of L
Baker's Cocoa, half lb. _________23c. MILK, IN CANS
card from Jake Leed's Aunt A
a postal PEAS, "BEANS AND RICE Van Camp's, baby size, doz. _____50c. winter and
they fastso
Jinny? Van Camp's, tall, doz. _________$1.00 \ D are selling
"Yes," was the prompt reply of the Black-Eye Peas, three Ibs. for25c..split Every Day (same prices as above). S
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Peas, three Ibs. for________25c -
postmaster's wife. "She is comin' Beans lb. ___________'_ Blue Cross, can, 12c.; three cans35c. place your order now while
Xavy ,
per 7c. Mohawk, can __________________lOc .
down Thursday. Lima Beans lb. \ C
on per lOc.; 3 Ibs. 28c. "
Jap Rice, per lb. _______________ 5c. SOAPS AND WASHING POWDERS ," 0 .,. they last and be prepared for the
COLLIDE IN FOG Whole Grain Rice, per lb. _______ 8c. Lenox, 6 bars for ____________25(. 0"MEDICINAL
TRAINS Octagon, 6 bars for _____________27c.
CONDIMENTS Fairy, 6 bars for _______________27c. K next cold spell, $4.50 and 6.50.
Charlotte, N. C., Jan. 30.-Several Snyder's Catsup, bottle13c. and 23c. Fells-Naptha, 6 bars for ________27c. I
________________
less seriously in- Mustard, bottle lOc. Star Naptha Powder, 6 boxes____27c. N
more or
people were; Pickles, bottle _________lOc. and 25c Grandma's Washing Powder _____ 5c.
jured when Seaboard Air Line passen- Worcestershire Sauce, bottle ____32c Six packages _________________25c G -
ger train No. 14 from Wilmington to Red Snap Sauce, bottle _________25c, Sapolio and Bon Ami, 3 bars25c.
Charlotte collided with Atlantic Coast Vinegar, quart _________________lOc, Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans for___25c.
Elko Brand Vinegar, bottle ______30c. I
Line local passenger train No. 79, CANNED VEGETABLESBeans [ USE[ ORLANDO VIATER & LIGHT Co.I

running from Fayetteville, N. C., to FISH Lima No. 1, 13c.; two25c.

Florence, S. C., at a right angle cross- Fish Flakes, glass ______________lOc,. Beans, Lima No. 2, can _________17c. I
of the two roads at Pembroke, Cod Fish, glass ________________lOc. String Beans, can, 14c.; two25c. I
ing Sardines ______________________ 5c,. Corn, per can __________lie. and 15c. Pints .... .. ..... 50c : Gas Department 1
N. C., shortly before 8 o'clock this Imported Sardines ______lOc. and 15c,. Peas, per can __________________13(. .. .. .... $1.00 .
morning. None were killed. A dense Oysters _______________________lOc. Peas, per can __________________16s. Quarts
fog prevented the engineer on the Cod Fish Balls ________________23c. Lye Hominy, can ____T__________ll c.. Gallon .. ...... .. $3.50 41 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIII"
Seaboard train seeing the Coast Linr Clams, can ____________________15c. Pumpkin, No. 3, can ____________12(.
Shrimp --______________________15c. Peaches, No. 3, can ____________12c. DELANEY & ABERNETHY, i 11"1"1'111'1111'1'1111011111111111111'111'11"6
train standing on the crossing until Kippered Herring, can __________22c. Best Asparagus Tips, can ______:SOc.; Druggists, Orlando
too late to stop the train. Salmon __________.____________. 10 c Tomatoes, three cans for _______?5c.
Salmon _______________________20c:. Tomatoes, No. 3, per can _______12c.

Don't you Bolt remember? sweet Alice, Ben SUGAR, 18 POUNDS, ONE DOLLAR Dr. BucKmaster M Sacrifice Price .

Sweet Alice, whose hair was so PHONE 648 a

brown;

I saw her while today, she'll be blonde for a Cash Grocery 7 E. Church St. Osteopathic Physician

Her hair is the talk of the town. _ __ _ _ _ __ _u ___u_ __ 132 Orange Avenue, @
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Next door to. People's Bank, :
NOTICE EXPERT Acute and chronic
up-stairs. : choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
All merchants are requested not to diseases treated.Telephone :
let any parties have anything chargedto Sign Writer is in charge of Sign Department whose one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Im
Mrs. Jos. Cusworth, formerly Mrs. 578. :
Isaac Barber, without a written order past experience with some of the foremost of Ameri- proved with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
from herself or Jos. Cusworth. II II
1.31.3t ca's sign makers assures the highest possible grade of locations in Orlando.
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES :
work. When one makes big claims it is up to one to ;
FOR SALE AND DO ALL KINDS OF :
Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake make good, but these claims should be weighed quite as OPTICAL REPAIRING : The Price is Right
25 of fruit land and
Conway, acres ,
much for sake
as ours. 1I
your
ten acres of garden land, one hun-
dred bearing orange trees, small I I
house and barn. Price $2,500. GE'). BARKED :
Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres

in and grove two ,hundred four hundred young budded bearing grape-trees, SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONLet 'I'! i '

fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit Or1allo ll R eai l B t tato t co.

now Eighty on trees.acres Price, twenty-five 3200. acres us figure on your work for Orlando's MidWinterFair. DR. L H. RAMSOELL .

cleared and fenced, house and out- .
OPTOMETRIST
buildings. Price $1,500. ,
Twenty acres on lake front, well (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) Phone 504 Watkins Block
located, three hundred bearing orange
trees. Price $2,200. FLORIDA
ORLANDO, -
Twenty acres good fruit land on \ "
lake front, two acres bearing orange I tt
six house. Price ; J r 1 iPefc r1nP fr %r rl c'e PefeJ t r rar rrr n a
prove, good room Just ReceivedNew IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII r1

$1,000 Twenty-five acres bearing orange r nR(, J( WM. HARPER A SACRIFICE OFFERTen
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grove located on lake front within the *
( HARPEROSTEOPATHS
city limits. Ideal location for subdi- JOSEPHINE
vision. Price $10,500.J. line of Foulards, Crepes Hundred and fifty dollars will buy my beautiful .

E. CRAWFORDOffice > Oldest Established Practice In corner lot 70x85 feet. High and dry, close in near park F
over Blue Drug Store and other Spring materials. Orlando and lake. Also adjoining the above a brand new six

117 S. Orange Avenue 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs I room Bungalow, with bath room and 'ceiled basement.

Phone 404 Consu tation and Examination 1 Price, $2,200. Also adjoining, a nearly new two-story

Free I six room cottage, including auto shed and rose house.
Ocklawaha Nurseries, home oi
Florida's best fruit trees, easily :MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN miiiiiMiiiiiiiiMiiiNOTICE lot 40x117 feet; or I will sell the "whole property together -
for $ 200.00 and allow dealers' commission
reached from all parts of Orange, with I
terms. I mean business. No good offer refused.
Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Volusia

counties by auto over hard surfaced E. N. COY.

roads, most convenient for all planters Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCalTs I hereby give notice that after Jan- Corner of West and Ridgewood.
for
and most reliable in Florida. uary 9th I will not be responsible 3
any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. Price $1900.00. "J
Ocklawaha Nurseries, TangeripaFla.. Patterns Helen Gwynne. ,
Write for catalog. : Ul-tf WYNDOM P. GWYNNE. r IL ![J r ti N N N ry N I!! y' f


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THE DAILY I EDITOR STONEMAX'S COMPLIMENT APOPKA ITEMS The new loop the loop dances maybe Warman Repairs and Retires Baby i For. Sale Ten Acre

South Florida SentinelMORNING all right but it"is believed that fly. Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf.
Apopka, Fla., Jan. 30.-The first
ing trapeze work should not be countenanced Grove
AND WEEKLY After a very brief visit to the city quarterly meeting of the Methodist If you want the news, read the Paying Big
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. of Orlando, after an absence of many church on the Apopka charge will be in good society. Sentinel

Entered at the poetoffke at Orlando Flor years, the editor of the Herald is held at Zellwood on Thursday, Feb-! Profits.
ida u Second Class Hail Matter. obliged to say that not even Miami ruary 5, 1914. Preaching service at ttimilllMMIIIimmillHHMItlHiillilliiHMLatest

TO ADVERTISERS: has shown any more enterprise than 11 o'clock a. m., and a business session . Located East of Town near city

Cop for display and all other han .Jet has the Orange county capital, nor is in the afternoon, and preaching limits on a beautiful lake. .500 full
advertising matt be handed in at the business building any more beautiful buildingsand again at"nightMrs.
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. J. E. Willoughby has returned bearing orange trees, 150 to two lear
homes will
the day before publication. This rule applies nor its streets be any
U changes for contract advertising: it is better than have been put down i in from Jacksonville, where she spent old budded grape fruit trees Crop
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. Orlando. the greater part of the week with her
This is said
for the
purposeof this 1600 boxes that sold for
husband, who was there on business.Mr. year
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: warning Miamians that they will Patterns and Colors in
W. E. White, state for dollar box.
One Year ....... ..............$5.00 have to hustle to keep ahead of the. agent one per Prospects for
Six Months .......... .. .. .. ... 2.50 beautiful inland city.-Miami Herald. the Oliver Typewriter company, was Ginghams and PercalesSee 3000 boxes this year... Has been
visitor in town a few days
Three Months ................. 1.25 a ago. twice this and
In Advance. Mr. S. G. Ruby, of Utica, Ky., the new line ol fertilized year is in
ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION OF CATHEDRAL spent several days here recently look- perfect condition. If sold in ten

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1914. SCHOOL MEETSAn ing over real estate. He expressed Ladies' Muslin Underwear days price is $6500.Cooper : .
himself as highly pleased and will

Somebody is bound to say it, so we important meeting of the Alum, come again.

might as well: The good die young nae association of the Cathedral Miss Nellie Wilson has returned MeCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT $ AthaExclusive
-exit the Jacksonville News, less school was held yesterday afternoonin from a pleasant visit to friends in

than two months old. Pell-Clarke Hall, and although ofa Leesburg.

o business nature the gathering was Henry Hotz was home from Jack- STORE Agents

The Fort Lauderdale Herald doffs one of much pleasure to the variousclass sonville and spent Sunday with his 'ORANGE
114 SOUTH AVE.
members in attendance.
its hat to its lady printers, who, it Manyof : parents here.
says, have saved the paper from embarrassment . the alumnae are living in other A new deep well is being put down 128 S. Orange Ave.lilMMiltMtMtttttMIMCmMtlMiMMHimmH.
and other predicaments. states, but those who were able to be at the ice plant which will supply Orlando, FloridaHMMMMMMMMHHM

It is to be gathered from the Herald present at yesterday's meeting water for the plant.
that its printers not only stick type evinced much interest in the welfareof Rev. and Mrs. Howard Van Dick returned -

but they also stick around when the the school, and voted to give fifty last Friday from Sanford,
male kind can't be found. dollars toward the refurnishing of the where they have been the guests of
study hall. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges. .
o At the conclusion of the business Mr. J. C. Johnson, of Franklin county Supreme Auto ml
The proprietor of a motion picture
session Miss Julia Atkinson and MissEdith Alabama, has purchased throughF. ilMMilMltllilMllltMlttMllltMIIIMIIMIMmA.
theater at Daytona has been arrested
Robinson, of the Cathedral H. Davis a fine grove near Clar-
five times for operating his theateron
school faculty, served hot chocolate, cona, and will move to it in a few Y. FULLER
Sunday. He continues to operate I which was much enjoyed. days. R. L FOX The oil that has
his show and every time he gets arrested
Chief Harod, the new city marshal, stood the supreme -
and seems to like it. He say THE PALMS AUTO CO
is putting quite a different look on
A POPULAR PLAY
he is running his show on Sunday be COMINGThe test
the general appearance of the townby
cause he believes the people want it,
and not because he takes any pleasure following is what the Atlanta having the palmettoes cut and the REO MOTOR CARS
rubbish generally cleaned A long :- THAT _ _
Journal had up.
to of "Peg o' -
in violating the law. Here'sman a say My
who might qualify as an accommodating Heart," which has been booked for needed improvement that should be For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a

individualThe the Lucerne theater, Wednesday appreciated.W.. T. Champneys. is still confinedto full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force
o night, February 4th: Good Gulf Gasoline
Sentinel has "The last chance Atlantians will his room, suffering from a rising in of ,competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
been
published asa his head but is much
improved at
have "
to see "Peg o' My Heart, with
daily paper nearly a year. It was this writing. guaranteed.
Blanche Hall and the
the first newspaper in Orlando to inaugurate superfinecompany -
Mr. W. T. returned
Berry Tuesday
now at the Atlanta, is tonight
telegraphic news service from New Smyrna, where he was
[
This show has
created the
and its service is so thorough that all 1 I greatest ,
cared the death of his sister-in-
amount of pleasure of any production by P. G. ALTON
the important events are chronicledin here in law .Mrs. J. R. Berry. THE PALMS AUTO CO Agt.
its pages and the people of Orlando staged years and, has S. S. Cunningham was a visitor in
the
won plaudits of every one. The
have read them hours before any oth Orlando .
matinee yesterday was sold to the utmost Wednesday.Dr. FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. PHONES 450-269
er daily paper reaches this city. Com McCall made a business trip to

parison with the larger papers dem .. .capacity. Today. is. being. .. .given-- OrlandnV pdnp dav_
the fact that the oiggesc crowd ever in Atlanta" -- - . . . . . . . . . . . _ .. .I .. .. .
onstrates no big item The o it-t-e-e-appointed from the - - - - - - - - - - - - T' - - - - - - - - - -

of news is missed, and the Sentinel city council, the board of trade, and -

presents in condensed form the interesting -:. OVIEDO the civic league, have selected a sub- -
news of the world, saving -
committee to assist in getting up the
the busy reader much needless waste Oviedo, Fla., Jan. 31.-Mr. and Mrs. Apopka exhibit for the Orlando fair, s

of time in wading through dry columns Venable, of Sanford, were dinner as follows: F. H. Davis, Dr. C. H.

of matter to get the kernel. guests of Mrs. T. L Cushing Tues- Morrison, H. H. Witherington, A. C. .

Moreover the Sentinel gets and pays day. Starbird, Harry Hewitt, C. G. Cooper,
for just as much telegraph service as Mrs. Henry Moore is spending sometime W. G. Talton, F. E. Zepp, Dan Mc-

its afternoon contemporary, and the in Kansas City, the guest of her Coy, J. J. Anderson, Nat Cogswell, t

phenomenal growth of the Sentinel is friend, Mrs. J. L. Hough. 1 Wm. Edwards, J. R. Womble, and Gus
evidence that the people have a dis- Misses Louis and Isabelle Bishop, Jackson. All the ladies of the leagueare

criminating eye. of Cheraw, South Carolina, and Mrs. appointed to assist Miss Maggie
o Keller, of New York, are visiting Mrs. Shepherd in their part of the ex Man is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry.

The Daytona News tells an amus- J. S. McKinney at her charming homeon I hibit.Mr. The majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule
ing story of two cow punchers who Jesup avenue. E. H. Dixon has left at the
came all the way from Dogwood, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Luther have I News office a freak in the shape of not as expensive jewelry as ladies, but of necessity he has

Ariz., for the purpose of punching with them their brother, 0. T. Luther,I an orange with a small tail resem- to wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring,
cows in Florida, but they were exceeding and family, of North Carolina, who' bling that of a rattlesnake attachedto .
4 sad because they had been will spend several months in this delightful it. It will be on exhibition at the cuff links, vest chain and numerous other articles are all ,

unable to find any cows in Florida to climate. fair.IMPORTANT. to be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men'sjewelry.
punch. It is not to be supposed that After spending the holidays at his

anybody in Daytona was sufficiently home, Gainesboro, Ind., Mr. Julius ANNOUNCEMENTThe Quality the best. Stocks the largest.

acquainted with Florida to be able to Schultz, who owns several groves .
tell the punchers where they might here, has retunriied, accompanied by new firm of Dickson-Ives Company -

find the cattle ranges, of which the his wife. They will be here for some -Orlando's favorite shopping

punchers had heard, even in Arizona.We time yet, the guests of Mrs. Womble, place-whose inception has just taken

should like for them to come to! on West End avenue. place, have inaugurated a system of
Orlando. We'd send them right on Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rigby and their registration for residents and visitors I \

down to Cow-simmee with a letter of daughter, Miss Mattie Rigby, of Spar- which we think will be apprecia

introduction to Bob and Charlie Don tansburg, S. C., are spending several ted to the fullest.

egan, Walter and Rull Bass, and Son- months here to avoid the cold. Theyare Residents who purpose making a

nie Lesley. If those famous cattle the guests of Mr. Rigby's nieces, prolonged visit out of town will, upon
kings didn't show the Dogwood boys Mrs. B. G. Smith and Mrs. T. L. Cush registering their names in a book spe-

more cattle in a day's ride than they ing, on Bay street. cially provided for that purpose, be

could punch in the rest of their Miss Heron, a charming young lady l kept posted as to "what is what" and ,

punching existence we'd take it all of Kansas City, is the guest of her "who is who" in Orlando-and visitors LHIvans the JewelerOPPOSITE

back and vow we never said it. It'sa sister, Mrs. R. W. Williams, at her to our beautiful Queen City will

f pity the Dogwood boys didn't come delightful home on Lake Charm. also, upon registering, be kept in ,

t 1 to Florida instead of going to Day Miss Naomi Chambly, a popularyoung touch with a city where they have
tona. lady of Palatka, is entertain spent many an enchanting hour. POSTOFFICE

o ing a house party at her mother's Make the store your meeting place-
home, on Love Lake. the freedom of it is yours. It
The Miami Metropolis carries an EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGOrlando's
The Magazine club will meet next
interview with R. Hudson Burr, chairntan 1
with Mrs. King. An interesting pro The editor of the St. Petersburg
of the railroad commission, in
gram is being arranged by the committee Independent knows his Kipling, anuses < -
which Mr. Burr says that Morton
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and we are always sure of a it to good purpose upon occa-
Riddle, who has been
appointed general
full attendance. sion. -
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manager of the Florida East

Coast railway, is a railroad man who
is every :way competent and whose I i, Favorite Shopping Place

# heart ically in is the figuratively right place and, mathemat-I New Studebakers are HereFour


, and give rich.equal Some consideration time since the Jack-poor Cylinder, Five Passenger Touring ""The After lath"

g sonville papers recorded a scene be- Car $1,115.Four .

;- sion tween and the the chairman of the commis- Cylinder Landau-Roadster, $1,265.Six Success unparallelled in the stores history is the verdict expressed about our "Great
new general of
manager
order clear the oddments and short lengths which
in to
Removal Sale. Now up
the East Coast
road, in which the one Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,
was played up in heroic colors as the 1640. have naturally accumulated during the remarkable selling just past we intend onto

champion of the people against the
cloven-hoofed corporation present and Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All MO D..Ay

personated in Mr.Riddle. The right- Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and I :

eons wrath of the railroad commissioner starter---and every up-to-day equipment. Come

; was really terrific and was around and see them. I offer these at such stimulating prices that make short work of
vented without stint upon the bloody
but unbowed head of the recreant I them.

Riddle. a The scene shifts; two months San Juan Garage Co. i Advantageous
have passed. Mr. Burr says Mr Rid- Early Buying

: dIe is a model railroad manager, and ,

5 anon Mr. Riddle will be heard declar-' All Night ServiceAJAX __

ing, no doubt, as he has in the past,
that Mr. Burr is a fine railroad com I ::tM! BJO N E. I"'VES
}- missioner. There is .
! nothing, we suggest TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles Five

t' of weary, so calculated pilgrims as to aperfect smooth the udder-way per cent off for cash S. Orange Avenue, Orlando

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course, hundreds of people all over the coun-

try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to \ \

satisfy that desire for something sweet-.and you al- On improved city ; \ :

so have done the same thing many times.If .. ...1. .. .. ... ....... .

we can convince you that pure candy is

healthful-is really beneficial from a food standpoint : property. "YOtfre theM nIW nf. .

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spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- -

X ment. ac A. WELL-DRESSED MAN-we don't mean

II t flashily or extravagantly clothed-but neat..

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any
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BUTT'S KNDY KITCHEN f fThe MRS. FLORENCE. COOLEY A oQllDCOOllDCOOllDCDOIIDCDOIIDG

, DISTINGUISHED VISITOR I AVORITE THEATRE i j -and he is picked out everywhere as above the

average-he is given opportunities and received into
I Mrs. Florence M. Cooley, who comes | B. E MILLER, Manager
| home of home-made Candies ; circles just because his him
pure to Orlando to be present at a meet- I -- i appearance points out as

f ing of the Equal Suffrage League Matinee 2 to 10 P. M. a man of discrimination, judgment and good taste.
*
Orange AvenueMtlilltltMIIIIIMIimilllimiM executive board to be held tomorrow &
I Admission 5 cents I GLOBE "Needle-Molded" Clothes hand-tailored
is one of Florida's most brilliant wo- ,

men. She has long been identified DOIIDCOallDCDQllDCDGllDCDallDQQIonday's to your individual measure by "':Ito

11111 11111 with the work of the Daughters of Program
II" the Confederacy in this state, and did Spectacular two-reel feature, The Globe Tattering Co.
'
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES effective work in securing an appropriation 101-Bison-101 I Cincinnatiwill -

IN ARMORY BUILDING for the Olustee monument, "The Snake"
WADE which was recently dedicated on the 'The greatest wild animal picture of give you this appearance.
,
THE TUNER battlefield near Lake City. :Mrs. Cooley its kind ever shown. Featuringthe
ORLANDO, FLA. nounced The Christian elsewhere Science services an- l is a finished parliamentarian, and largest boa constrictorsin There is no mystery about this "clothes question"-it'8 all in .. //
in
i to be held in the the Sentinel are. is the author of a book on parlia- captivity. finding the right tailor when you have done that all your r
armory building.The
place mentary law entitled "The Presiding Imp.'s great comedy, troubles should be at an end.We're .
was 'inadvertently left off
Officer." She has personal letters of "Binks, the Tightwad"
Mr. C. C. Austin, of St. Paul, is a in the regular notice and printed be- more than tailors, we're "Clothes Counselors."
fore praise for the value of the book from :Featuring Binks, the funniest man in
arrival at the San Juan. correction could be made.
late
many distinguished men and women, motion pictures. Our mission is more than merely selling clothes-we are ready
Mrs. C. E. Hall has gone to Avon including the late Fitzhugh Lee, ex- to give the benefit of
Mr. C. H. Welch, of Iowa, formerlyof you our experience if you want it M we
Park, Fla., for a short vacation. Samuel Pasco and others.
Orlando, visiting his cousin, Mrs. Senator BUILDING FOR GOVERNMENT will help you select the fabric and style best suited to your
C. B. Robinson returned )"esterdayfrom IV. E. Long, left LABORATORY COMPLETEDThe personality-we will let
yesterday for a short never you get away with clothes unless
short business visit to New MISS THOMAS ENTERTAINS FOR
York city.a visit return to Miami, after which he will :MISS HILL they fit you perfectly, and we are sure they will be a pleasureto
to Orlando
for the season. building for the government
you.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Valentine, of
Miss Mary Semple, niece of I !laboratory at the fair grounds has
Mr.
Orlando An auction bridge party was given We have 500 beautiful All-Wool
Viro, Fla., were visitors to and Mrs. fabrics for Spring wear-it
T. T.
Jackson, arrived last 1 been completed, and the installationof
yesterday. by :Miss Nell Thomas at her home, is the most wonderful display in
night from town drop in and let us
Pittsburg, Pa., and will Lucerne Circle I the equipment will begin without
"Dixie Friday
b Mr. H. L. Girtman, of Philadelphia, spend several weeks with them at afternoon, on in honor of Miss KatherineHill I delay. Messrs. L. G. Starbuck andJ. show them to you.
Pa., is registered at the San Juan fora their home, 305 East
Jackson street. P. Holbrook called rMayor Sperry -
of Washington, Ga., who is the
brief visit in Orlando. All members of the Orlando Chapter house guest of :Miss Thomas. There : yesterday to collect the appropriation -

:Mrs. Reed Pearson will leave today of the D. A. R. are requested to were four tables of players. Those of $250 made by the city coune| : Tlie Yoe11-Bncortli\ Co
for Jacksonville, where she will remain be -
at the Rosalind club house on Tues- present were Mrs. Allen Weathersbee, :several months ago to aid in securing
the rest of the season. day morning at 9:30 o'clock. All vis- Misses Sarah Siemens, Dorothy Slem- '.the location of the station at Orlando. : I

:Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Greene left iting Daughters are welcome to at- ons, Miller, Ester Glenn, Lucy Lee The city has been asked to appropriate -

yesterday for Daytona after spend tend the meeting. Walton, Rosina Jacocks, Jean Person, .an additional $250, and this will Orlando's"Largest Store

ing several days in the city. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds returned Alma DeLaney, Mamie Thornton, Lil- likely be done. The soliciting com-

i Mr. and Mrs. A. Leofe, of Winchester last night from a visit to their lian Smith, Ruth Thompson, Couch, mittee will call on the subscribers tomorrow -

Va., are spending a few days in daughter, Mrs. J. W. Pruitt, at Palm Elma Gettier. A salad course was for their donations. "Quality Did It"COAST

Orlando, guests of the San Juan. Beach. They were accompanied on served by Misses Elma Gettier and

Miss L M. Creighton, after spend the trip by Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Miller, Thelma Hammond. ARCADE RESTAURANT
parents of Mrs. LINE BUILDS NEW Don't wait for an emergency before
ing several days in the city, returned Reynolds.
yesterday to her home in Ariel, Fla. Ladies of the D. A. R. and of the ORMOND AND ROLLINS TO PLAY Sunday MENU Dinner-50c. FENCE you use your good nature.

Mrs. Harry Hoffman left yesterdayfor Rosalind club attending the reception IN ORLANDO FEB. 9 Chicken with Rice

her home in New York city, aftera on Monday evening are invited to Baked Chicken Pie The Atlantic Coast Line has evinceda WANTED-At once, a good cook.
bring their The baseball team of Rollins college Mashed Potatoes I W. H. Brokaw, 411 Hughey St. It
visit with her mother, Mrs. Seth escorts. Mrs. G. C. Fris- Steamed Rice Boiled Onions I commendable. civic spirit. by building -
Woodruff. sell, of Miami, will make an addresson will leave today for Ormond to Creamed Cauliflower I
the work of the D. A. R. play a game with the team of that Boston Brown Bread a new fence around its parkway FOR RENT-Large, attractive room
C. P. Dickenson, LeRoyB.
Attorneys
place and the Ormond team will playa Mince Pie Peach Pied between the freight and passenger in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewood
Giles, Victor Starbuck, and Bear Mrs. G. C. Frissell, of Miami, state return engagement Monday an Strawberry Short CakeWhipped stations. avenue. 2-l-3t
dall, spent yesterday in DeLand, on' regent of the D. A. R., will arrive this Cream
9 and 10. The
February
Tuesday,
legal business. afternoon to preside at the state con Tea Coffee
ference which :Monday game will be played at the: i tMlliMilOIMMIMIIMtMMIMIIMMHMiimiltllFresh
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Ross and child,' convenes here February fair grounds and the Tuesday contest
: 3-4, at the Rosalind Eat what want.
club. Mrs. Fris you
of Kamopolis, N. C., are pleasantlylocated
the diamond. Vegetables
will be staged on college
Eat all want.
sell
will
be you
a guest at the San Juan.
at the San Juan for a few Coach Del Mason has his men in good Take a postscript and forget it.
days' stay in the city. Hon. W. D. Gossline, of Columbia,I fettle, and the Orlando fans may bank For sale by all druggists.
Scott Jr. arrived is enjoying his annual winter vacation 1.7-d6 w.lyr Received Every Morning
Mr. Stanley yesterday on an interesting exhibition. Ormond
from Indianapolis, Ind., anc; at Orlando, Florida. He writesme : always has a good team, being players

will visit his father out on Lake But. that he will make it pleasant for. imported for the season"for the LUTHER THE FLORISTCut We carry the greatest variety of any groJ
Herkimer
any county people who favor .
Jer, at Windermere., entertainment of the hotel guests.
him with a call.-Ilion N. Y. Flowers in the city.
Mrs. E. M. Drennen, mother.of Dr. Citizen. ( ) cery

Ed. and Mr. Walter Drennen is ill at AUCTION SALE OF LOTS IN ROSES, VIOLETS,
her home at Drennen Station, thre< Misses Ruth Mcllvaine, of Pit ts-. OAKWOOD PARK Dog BiscuitsWill

miles south of Orlando. burg, Pa., and Willie Person, 6f Orlando . CARNATIONS, PANSIES,

Messrs. T. ,L Mann, Chas. Grid ,. after.. a pleasant visit of se vThe Orlando Land Development POTTED PLANTS keep your canine healthy. ..
.. "y Oft .. eral days, the guests of Mrs. Harry represented by :Messrs. E. ,
ana jacK woman, 01 uavenport, ia., company .
H. Root, returned to Orlando yester. H. and J. F. Nein, have announcedan
are tourists registering at the San : Fresh Cocoanuts Candy Figs
Juan from the Northwest.Mr. day afternoon. Miss Mcllvaine is auction sale of residence lots in ,

spending the winter in Orlando.- Oakwood Park, Tuesday, February: 3. Good Wood $1.50 I
James N. Wright arrived .
yesterday Plant City Courier. Nut Meats
This firm bought and subdivided this
4 from Denver, Colo., on a visit Better Wood ,$2 and $2.25
Mrs. Roselle C. Cooley, of Jackson- beautiful subdivision just a year ago
to his mother, Mrs. Helen Wright,
ville, will arrive this afternoon and and since the inaugural opening in
and sister, Mrs. T. P. Warlow. Best Wood 2.50 and $2.75
will be pleasantly located of last have sold all
at the San Feomary year
Messrs. John Cook, Frank Myers Juan for several days. Mrs. Cooley isa I but about 30 of the lots. These will TF s won't last long, I THE SANITARY GROCERY
and W. 0.
Swearingen went to
up prominent club woman of the South, be sold at public auction on the above
Sanford yesterday and brought backa and is coming to attend a board meet date, commencing at 1 p. m. The firm Stock up while you can. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
car load of Buick automobiles.Mr. ing of the Florida that will
also
Equal Suffrage announces they give
.
and Mrs. Wm. House and interesting League, and the state convention of a .:ay free on the day of the sale a I Orlando Wood Yard 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

little daughter, Margaret, the Daughters of the American Rev variable lot and $20 in gold. There

arrived yesterday from Atlanta, Ga., olution on Tuesday and Wednesday.The will be free autos for those who wishto 104 W. Pine St. I

and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. rubbering in Chicago of late attend the sale, leaving postoffice B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

McLean.Mr. days was all indulged in at the auto at 12:30 p. m. : },...t. . .I..t.t.tllllllllllllll..I.IIIII.II.U....
and Mrs. Wm. A. House and show celebrating the 20th birthday of

daughter, Miss Margaret, arrived the motor car industry, as the first A WELL DECORATED WINDOW . . . . . . . III IIIIIIII.

+ from Atlanta last night to visit Mrs. American automobile, now in the Will Branch is an artist in more :

W.. C. McLain, who is the sister of Smithsonian Institute, was built in i lines than one. He claws the ivory : RED Ov.AL S.ALE "

Mr. House. 1891. At the present time more than: of the piano, treads on the pipe organ I II

Miss Pattie Purnell, of Mont Eagle, 1,100,000 automobiles are licensed i in I and dresses windows with fine skill. : Commencing Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweater '
Tenn., has come to spend the remain the United States. How is that for An example of the latter may be seen : for CASH
Underwear at cut prices
der of the winter with her friends, rapid growth?Greenville (0.) Ad today at Branch's book store. It's a 1Vool
.. _
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Fuller, of 307 vocate. patriotic demonstration 0. in honor 01 .
East Pine street. the meeting of the Daughters of the $30.00 Suits $20.50. $25.00 Overcoats $17.50 .
With
its issue of
Tuesday the Jack- Overcoats
Because of the "Living Pictures" sonville News ceased publication American Revolution Tuesday, and is 25.00 Suits 17.50 20.00 14.75 . "

that are to be shown Tuesday night, after a career of only a few weeks. The worth seeing. 22.50 Suits 15.75 18.00 Overcoats 13.50

the Mendelssohn rehearsal has beer. ,paper was established by ClarenceB. 20.00 Suits 14.75 16.50 Overcoats I2.oo J

called for Monday night, 7:30, atthe and Albert Hanson, who went there WEINGARDE-BROWN J f'
Rest and Tea Room. i from Birmingham, via Mobile and The marriage of Miss Laura M. SWEATERS HATS I xf' ;'
and Mr. A. P. Brown will .1 >
Mr. Hugh Murphy returned yester- Pensacola. They came advertised as Weingarde t.
the take place this afternoon at 3 o'clockat $3.00 Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats $3.50 :.
day to University of Virginia. Mr. leading newspaper men of the .
the home of the bride on the Win- 2.50 Sweaters 1.75 4.00 Hats 2.75. .
Murphy was called home to attend South, and financially interested in
ter Park road. Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Sweaters Hats
2.00 1.35' 3.00 2.25
the funeral of his grandmother, Mrs. newspapers published at Birmingham '
Norman C. Robinson.Mr. Montgomery, :Mobile, Ala., and Pen- Poulson will perform the ceremony.OSTEOPATHY. I.So. Sweaters I. 10 2.50 Hats 1-7.5 { -"ft. ,

J. D. Mitchill, Mrs.. Mitchill, sacola, Fla.-Ocala Banner. Remember we only handle the bratedHartSchaffner & Marx line ot Clothes-.

Miss K. Mitchill and Miss Bradley, of Little Miss Zoe Werner Lewis will All Ien's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale;

New Rochelle, N. Y., are recent arrivals appear in a new dance at the Grand

at the San Juan, who will makean Monday night next. 1-31-41 DR. J. C .HOWELL .
SCRUGGS & DICK SON
indefinite sojourn. Eat what you want. Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointment

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, Eat all you want. No extra charge for house treatment ,
is the home of Hart Schaftner &
This
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Take a postscript and forget it. Telephone connections store Marx clothes
For sale by all durggists.
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Griffing trees give results. Office AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a.price I FOR RENT-Large, well furnished M IttmMIMIIiMISMtlllltlHIMtmiiMAfltliillli. *

I SiOo.oo opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales- you can afford to pay to own it. room to persons wishing suburban
K C'x $ I DOWN man. 12-25-tf 311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf accommodations; also 2 acres good
truck land, close in. Good opportu- California
DOG FOR SALE-If the gentlemanthat nity for right person. Address A,* 5
; AND $25.00 PER MONTH EVERY ONE SUFFERING WITH wanted to buy a good dog will Sentinel. 9-8tf
SEVERE COLDS call at Mr. Holland's carriage shop, FOR RENT Bungalows; iOn
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BUYS A HOME. he can see the dog work. l-28-3t One new cottage for rent cheap,j'

For the last week everybody in Orlando with city water. Two cottages for.
E Call at office for particulars. 1
my FOR SALE-One car of nice milk
seems to have a severe cold, and' all fresh sale cheap. Apply at 308 W. Gore! Good Size Lot with Driveway.
cows, and heavy
: ittitti a real bad cold is about the most annoying springers. avenue, Orlando. 2-1-1t{
Good and
color, the prices are right.J. .
We have some excellent invest- thing a person can have. Its W. Stegall, Thomasville, Ga. - ------ Only Two Remain Unsold.
said that colds are contagious, and i 1-28-6t MISCELLANEOUS
ment propositions listed this week. it must be true, for when one personin I

Some will pay dividends in rent of a family catches a cold, the rest ofthe FOR SALE OR \LNT-With stock WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply
I Orland hotel 1-6-tf Price $2750Real
18 per cent We personally guarantee family generally has one also. and tools, best farm in county; variety -
.
Lots of people in Orlando DeLaney small hand
say fruits LOST-Lady's bag, con-
them to do it 1,600 trees; elegant
up-
Seven house and 1 acre & Abernethy make a cold cure, to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- taining several gold pins. Reward! Values As Rapid Sales Show. Ask
i room over called D. C. Capsules, which only lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf if returned to postoffice. l-31-3t Plainly
.in grove, six blocks from Orange takes a few doses to break up the LADY desires
YOUNG position; gen- Your Real Estate Man To Show Them To You To-
1 avenue. Will cut up into seven lots. most severe cold. 123tfPEOPLE'S FOR SALE-Four-passenger Buick eral office work; references. Ad-

High and dry and select neighbor- I car, 1912 make. Has recently been dress "M," Sentinel office. 1131wI I day.

hood. Water, lights and seweragein overhauled, fine running order. Going WANTED-At Osceola, gardener to)
WANTSMUNNIMAKERS away is reason for selling. Price occupy 4 rooms, wood free, and 10 i( f f mmm m
street Price only $3150. New. I $400. Address Owner, 511 E. Orange acres of hammock land ready for -
Beautiful homes at sacrifice prices street, Lakeland, Fla. 1-22-6t planting. Half way to Winter Park.I

Ranging from $1500 to $6000. Closein Come and see. 1-30-lt Fred B. Dale i
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred
and easy terms. Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale For Jersey WANTED want a partner to en-!
Rent, et&, for this column, 25c for one day. bull calf; solid fawn color; fine specimen gage with me in the moving picture i
riDe for three days or $1.00 for one week, for for breeding from registered week i
business on the road, making
2S words or less. Moqey must accompany stock. Quick sale at reasonable price. OWNER
stands. Must invest $200. Only honest -
E.1' the advertisements far this column, as no Inquire of George W. Eldredge Man-
insertions will be made on credit. and reliable persons need apply.
ager "The Palms, Winter Park, Fla. Let hear from R. G. White,
me you. 306 Anderson
1-28-4t Street
Winter Park, Fla. 1-31-3t
FOR SALE

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\ 1913 HARLEY DAVIDSON motorcycle -
FINANCIAL CONDITION I used but little, perfect con-
dition throughout. Address J. H. Lake and Anderson \ 21 East Pine Street .

The annual report of State Treas- Brink, P. 0. Box 502, Orlando, Fla.

"'...*urer J. C. Luning, giving a detailed 1-29-lw- ORLANDO, FLORIDA
i. FOR SALE- 00 acres of high grade : :
account of the financial transactionsof Streets :
citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando .
the state government for the yea and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 ..:,:

1913, has just been issued, and shows miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, JUST OPENED
W the state to be in fine financial con- Orlando, Fla. I.1 I

dition. FOR SALE-Five acres grass land, HimtiimtiMiMiintmMiiiMimtittiMitiiWANT I Everything new and complete. As sani--

PrL __ : .. 1ft.."... J J\,,,, ..,"",,.1;+., f just inside city limits. Equally:I I
lucre; Jo; a uu u"U. u good for pasture or trucking Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,Ion TO BUY an orange or grape' tary as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest
all funds except two, the Indian war For price, call on or *
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poses. Court street. 12.5tf fruit grove. Address B. B., box Meats of all kinds.
claims and the Peabody building fund No. 7 East Gore avenue, Orlando, 566. 1-27-2w I

of 'the University: of Florida. Balances '- 1-30-2w ,FOR SALE-Ford touring car; 1912 WANTED-:Man who understands
j range from $496,668.59 in the FOR SALE model; good condition. Inquire of orange culture would like to take Fish and Oysters in Season
R. E. Lee, New Lucerne hotel. 31-3t
pension fund to $9.70 in the incidental Five-room bungalow; three spacious care of grove. Address J. E. Miller,

fund of the Agricultural and Mechanical piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- FOR SALE 315 Piedmont avenue, Orlando, Fla. Courteous attention; prompt service and
,
1-27-lw
ern improvements. 506 Lexington St. One two-horse two-seat
wagon; one
The school fund has
college. a 1-15-lm spring wagon; three wagon horses. FOUND-Pair of heavy gold rim prices right. Give me a trial.
balance of $397,286.44.The Cheap. R. E. Kelsey, Oviedo, Fla. spectacles on Lake Eola. Ownercan
largest item of general reve- THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round l-31-2w have same by calling at this
timber; cut over once; three acres fice, identifying same and paying
nue, as shown by the report, was the of-I
cleared and planted in orange and FOR SALE this ad.
J. A. COX
general license tax, which brought in grapefruit; lake front and beautiful: Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; per- AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, ProprietorPHONE
$449,000. location for a home; one mile and a fectly gentle, and free milker. Can
tree ,
subsoiling planting
the of the quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. be seen at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & stump 105
expenditures
Among year blowing, orchard renovating land
;
Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla.
from the general revenue fund, the cleared ready for the plow. Dynamite
1-31-tf
JACKSONVILLE HOTEL FOR SALE I
largest item is for the maintenanceof and supplies. Estimates cheerfully
The St. Albans; located in heart of FOR SALE furnished. L N. Lewis, 406 East St., .
lunatics, which cost the people of city; modern in every respect; forty One good Jersey cow; will give over Orlando, Fla. 1-6-1m -
Florida $223,000. The legislature cost cheerful rooms. Doing good steady all 3 gallons per day fresh; giving about .' IIIIIIIMimMlttMIHIHIMIilittliitittReal
the state $102,000; the railroad commission the year round business. Ill health 2 gallons a day now; will be fresh, YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
cause of sale. Ten thousand cash, ring 448 for the Arcade Press-
March 23rd. Also, two heifers,
and the state boardof young
$27,000
; Estate Agents Investors and Homeseekers
,
terms on balance. For full particu- from good stock, one 2 years old, one ing Club. The boy will call. Club
health, $99,700. lars, address owner, Mrs. D. J. Con- 8 months. Will take $125 for the rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe-
The receipts of the state govern- roy, Jacksonville, Fla. bunch. J. D. Jackson, West Amelia cialty. 1-10-lm ATTENTION !

ment'during 1913 amounted in the and Parramore. 1-31-1w WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
aggregate to $3,683,298.19 and the ings and cut hair to 305 Garland I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
Desirable dwellings in Pittsburg, street. We will make them as desired rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
total disbursements were $3,224,990.- Pa. good income values from $1,500(
; FOR REN1 or purchase same for cash. Close in near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
;
54. The public debt of the state con- up. Will exchange for Orange county Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-1m
sists solely of refunded bonds amounting property, improved preferred. What \ six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
have you to offer? Address, 305 East EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy .basement -
: to $601,567, bearing interest at 3 Church street, Orlando, Fla. and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson "B," somewhere on the Orlando wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
per cent., all of which are held by 1-21-Gt-ltw avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf streets Monday. If found, leave at the furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
the educational funds of the state.- FOR SALE THE ST. JAMES-308 West street. Sentinel office, and receive reward of
Punta Gorda Herald. Rooms new and modern. Choice $1.00. 1-1-tf House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price 2200. These
Farm of twenty acres, ten acres location, moderate price. 1-30-6t lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
cleared, seven acres cultivated. 2 1-2 NOTICE
miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake FOR RENT-Furnished large room, The books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
7 The quail season will soon be over. Davis. Good wire fence on three in modern home; bath, hot and cold voters in Orange county will be Open to all.
However, eggs are getting a little sides. Small new house and well. water; telephone; close in. 312 North opened in my office at the Court

cheaper, but the old hen is still roost- About 15,000 feet of saw timber. Main street. l-29-6t House on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY
Land, all dry and suitable for trucking TWO FURNISHED bed rooms and and will be kept open six days in
ing high up.Sentinel J or citrus fruit. Am too old to one kitchen, for $25.00 per month. each week, until the first Monday in
307 West St. Norlb,0rlandoilHIMIHmittMttMniltOIMimilMilHHIIMHt
l work it and will sell at a bargain. One bed room and kitchen for $14.00 March, 1914. ,
Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. per month. M. Lendrum, 210 Patrick W. L DOLIVE,
want ads. are read. M2-lm-d&w l-30-3t 1-3-tf .
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9:30 a. m., Sunday school. wisest plan was to put every child at

PLACESJ WORSHIP 10:30 a. m., Morning Prayer. once into the study of Latin, when he

11 a. m., the Holy Communion and first started to school. She succeeded
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHThis
with where other teachers
"
a church opens wide its doors to sermon. pupils \.. : '
j public and in the name of Jesus I' 7:30 p. m., Evening prayer and ser- failed. She always impressed upon EtlOc SS,
mon. the pupil her intense interest in the
I Lord, says Welcome! If you .
development of his mind, even the
?e no church home in this city, west CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
dullest into earnest
developed
soon an
cordially invite you to be at
10:45
Service at a. m. Sunday. student, willing and ambitious to
me with us. Kindly make yourselfown I "Love.
Subject, study and forge ahead. She has ad-
to the pastor-and rememberwill
o'clock.
school at 12
Sunday vocated for years the publishing of
be glad to serve you as friend Wednesday
Testimony meeting all tax assessments and the taxing of '
:i minister.Rev. evening, 7:45. all church throughout the
Edward T. Poulson, D. D., property
invited.CHRISTIAN
All cordially United States. She has been a firm

stor. believer in woman's suffrage, but dur-
Mr. Samuel A. Newell, superin- CHURCHRev.
the last few has repeatedlysaid
ident of the Sunday school; :Mr. Hertzog, of Hiram college, ing that she now years hoped the day aDozen

o. W. Phillips, director of the choir; will preach for the members of the would when would
never come women
*. Will S. Branch, organist. Christian church Sunday afternoon at the vote.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Let gain
208 East Church street.
3 o'clock, at Her life was characterized by high
scholar be in his 258
ry place. A cordial welcome is extended to ideals and noble, patient service.
re present last Sunday-let's make all to attend this service. Thus her remarkable
through poweras
twenty-five more this Sunday
rangers cordially invited. CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE a teacher, conversationalist and

Public worship at 10:45 a. m. ando Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. writer, she has touched and enriched That Is What
lives, and her bright, gentle
3:30 and 7:30 many
p. m., with the pastor in the Preaching, p. m.
!Ipit :Morning subject, "Fishers ofn. Ladies' prayer meeting Wednesdayat disposition was an inspiration to those
with whom she in close contact.
came
: Subject for evening sermon, 3p.m.
Mrs. Robinson has left to her fam-
Notable Conversion." Bible study Thursday night. ,
!3ood music at .all services. At- The annual convention begins Feb ily and to this community a memory

itive ushers. All seats are free. ruary 11.full announcement of which fragrant with her strong, simple faith
I devotion the whole Bible the
and to
Young People's meeting at 6:30 p' will be made later. as .
Word of God. She believed in and
:Mr. Eugene Reid, president.
defended the old Book in its .
entirety.One
rhe prayer and fellowship meeting MRS.LEORA BETTISON ROBINSON
tt Wednesday night will be entirely I of her last utterances on this

the hands of our visiting friends I' After an illness of only a few hours subject while out calling on Saturday Means toYou Ladies

i brethren. Every visitor in Orlando duration, Mrs. Leora Bettison Robinson before her death, was, "How can ,

has a special invitation to be I gently and peacefully departed President Eliot want to destroy the

present. this life at sunrise on Monday, January Christian's Bible? I'd rather know in the picture is
I lady holding
19.Mrs. that a boy had no education than to T1-IE up

METHODIST CHURCH : Norman Robinson was born know that he were highly educatedbut ( : tablespoon to show you that she
(At the, Grand) with no faith in the inspirationof
June 8, 1840, and was the oldest
J. E. Wray, pastor. daughter of a Confederate surgeon, God's Word." has made all the delicious, thick, fluffy,
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E., While living in Louisville, she was 4 _
Dr. Roderick Bettison, and Ann Cath- in the bowl
Howard superintendent. and efficient member ? snowy meringue
an earnest of F
cart Bettison, of South Carolina, but ?
"Another Earnest Question," Dr.j, later of Louisville, Kentucky. She the Broadway Baptist church, and was I 1\\\ from one tablespoonful
at 11 After the just
Wray's subject a. m. brought and educated in associated intimately with such Chris-
I was up private -
sermon the holy sacrament of the i tian workers and educators as Dr. of Snovlellov.
.
; and public schools of Louisville, ; .
t Lord's Supper will be administered. and Krs. John A. Broaddus, Rev. Dr
member of the first I .
: being a graduating -
Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N. class of the girls' high school of James P. Coyce, Rev. Dr. Manly, Rev. $ -% And it cost her only

Burden, president. .1 that city in June, 1858. I. Dr. Burrowes and others; but for a four cents!
"The Lost Bridegroom" is the she had -
number of beena
pas-I In speaking of her graduating es. I goodly years (f( i/I'/
tor's subject at 7:30 p. m. say, entitled "A Farewell From the member and a worker in the First
No. 19 of his revival I She would have
sermon popular
i Baptist church of Orlando.
I Other End of the Class, Mr. George :
series to young people on "Love, D. Prentiss, editor of the Louisville I But her long, noble life and faithful "
L needed five
Courtship and Marriage." |Journal, said: "Miss Bettison is a I I services here have been completed, ,$: ; eggs-
Special music at both services, and! I and our Heavenly Father, who can '
genius, and she will, if she make the costing from 12c to
at the evening service Prof. Comely i effort, render this manifest to the make no mistake, has called her unto

will repeat by request Gounod's "Ave I I world." He also paid her a signal Himself. May He enable us to see 4r 20c to make the

Maria." This is one of the most won- 'compliment in publishing her essay that our loss is Heaven's and her eter-

derful violin solo's ever heard in Or- entire in the Journal. I nal gain. same quantity of egg

t lando. Since her sixteenth year, her life Besides her sorrow-stricken daughter meringue. And Snow-Mellow is-Oh ever so much
Everybody most invited.
cordially ,
has been devoted to educational work.I she leaves to mourn their loss

UNITARIAN CHURCH First as teacher in the Louisville high one brother of Kentucky, one sisterof better! There is no way to tell how good SnowMellowis.

school and later South Carolina, and two grandchildren -
as co-principal with
(Corner Central Ave. and West St.) ; And it in !
her distinguished husband, the late and many close and intimate you can use so many ways t
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. i :
.' Dr. Norman Robinson, in Holyoke friends.To >
Subject of morning sermon, "The
I academy of the same city. During all her loved ones, we beg to express -
Origin and Value of the Modern Sun
day." I l the terms of office in which Dr. Rob- our heartfelt sympathy, and This' Delightful Cake-filling

Poetry hour on :Monday morning at I! inson" was the state chemist of Florida pray that God's grace may be theirsin
Mrs. Robinson often assisted him abundant measure in this their
10 o'docLUnity
Circle on Wednesday after-I I in his laboratory work. For the last hour of bereavement; and may the Delicious, creamy, snowy filling-standing =

noon at 3 o'clock. Miss Gordon will I few years she has been recognized as memory of her noble life and un- up firm and tender-half. an inch, or even a
I lone of Florida's selfish devotion be an inspiration to .
great educators. She
give a short lecture on Theosophy. full inch thick between the layers of your , ,
I gained them, causing them more and more to ,
a reputation, as an author,
Story hour and games for the chil- cake Oh Cuts smooth and clean '
Goody -
l dren I through her two books, "The House fix their affection on the eternal
afternoon
clock.on Saturday at 3 With Spectacles" and "Patsy." She things above! I and all made in just a few minutes1 time without '

also contributed many strong articlesto Her funeral services were conducted ?rri 1a lei
and without
All
interested are invited to these eggs cooking
services. some of the leading magazines'I on the afternoon of Wednesday,

As Florida correspondent of "Home January twenty-first, at her home on No more cranky, contrary eggs that wont t "

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH and Farm" she was widely known,I Lake Leora (which lake was named beat properly. No more hard brittle icings -
Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. and through her long series of truth-; in her honor) with her pastor, Rev. "
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. ful articles, entitled "Living in Florida -I Dr. Poulson, in charge, assisted by the that crack and crumble. LEA your cake be a "

O'Neal, superintendent. ," she was the means of influencing venerable Dr. Alfred A. Rickert, of Snow-Mellow cake-so wonderfully good that

Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. m. great numbers of people to settle per- the Episcopal church, ,who for many we can't describe its goodnescJ -
Morning sermon, "TJie Finer Sight." marently in this fair state. I years has been an intimate friend of ,

Evening sermon, "The Center of She kept abreast of the times in ail i the family. His heart-stirring and
Strength." things educational and to her last dayon one. It's like was never heard here.
.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. earth she found peculiar pleasurein As Mrs. Robinson so loved congregational .

Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. reading the classics, in doing spe- singing, "Abide With Me" and Snow Mellow ,
f
m. cial literary work and using her influence "Lead, Kindly Light," two of her favorite -

Strangers and visitors are cordially for the betterment of city government hymns; were sung by the large

welcomed to all services. Seats free. Two years ago a strong concourse of friends.At .

Special music. article from her pen, entitled "Public the cemetery services, as her Now Being Demonstrated at
Schools Remodeled," was widely cop- loved form was being lowered to its t

ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL ied in the Florida press, and it were resting place, "Joy to the World" was

(Corner Main and Jefferson) well if her broad ideas could be adopted sung by all present. It has been her

Bev. Henry R. Remsen, priest-in by our public schools all over this life long custom, early on every Sabbath -

charge. land. She firmly believed that the to sing and play this beautiful, DICKSON & IVES'aSi
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February 1st: Fourth Sunday after time to push the child was in its earliest joyous hymn of Christ's coming. .

the.Epiphany. years, and considered that the EDWARD T. POULSON, Pastor.iiiiiii.

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Rome Cox, a young white man, renewed -
NEWS NOTES Tampa is en route to San Franciscoto a quarrel of two years ago day," on their bills of fare during the ..tltmitlMIMIMMMMIIIMMtMIMMM mi IIIIIH
get Charles Vaught, alias A. V. preceding week. Get every Sunday
when they met at Cottondale, and
Kellman, who is wanted in Hillsbor- school class and other church organ-
that Cumbaa shot and killed Cox. The
a (From the Gainesville Sun) ough county to answer to a charge of coroner's jury _rendered a verdict of. ization to assist in the campaign of THE MARKETOf S
two bigamy.St. publicity. Get a torchlight pro-
Winter Garden will construct justifiable homicide, but further in- up
cession for the Saturday night previous -
miles of cement sidewalks this year. vestigation led to the arrest of Cum-
t Petersburg has let to the Geor- and have transparencies bearingthe
Cleanliness Of
o baa and he was held under bail of QualityFRESH
C. W. Rush, one of New Smyrna'sleading gia Engineering company of Augusta, i$2,000. words, "Go-to-Church, Sunday."
business men, died a few days Ga., contract for' 13 miles of brick The above are only a few of the
street paving. It is said to be the I methods that will be used in breezy' AND SALT MEATS
ago. Thomas R. Moore, 72 years of age,
largest single contract ever made in II Chicago and conservative Boston to
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died in Tampa Saturday night. He FISH AND GAME
x The St.' Louis Cardinals are expected the South. awaken a new interest in the servicesof
located in that city 21 years ago, and
in St. Augustine about the 22ndof prior to that time published a paper the church. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
and will month Mayor Thrasher of Sanford dispensed -
February, spend a known the Mirror in Fernandina
as ,
there training.The justice to twenty-eight defend HE KNEW HE GOT IT Everything screened away from the files, and kept fresh
and was for a time after going to ; -,
,ants Monday afternoon. The alleged I "*
"The large bump running across- and
Tampa associated with Col..J. D. Cal- pure.
Miami Metropolis says that offenses ranged from the common houn in the publication of the Her- the back of your head," said the phrenologist -j 4
in called "craps" to selling the for- inclinedto We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
more than 40 dwellings are now I game ald, a co-operative paper. Mr. Moore "means that you are
course of erection in the main.section bidden beverage.L. owned several houses and other valu- be curious, even to the point of; everything in the Meat Line.
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of the Magic City.C. able property in Tampa, the resultof recklessness."
E. Ellenwood has sold his ferry his savings well spent. He leavesno "I know it," said the man who was I I

A. Futch of Starke has sold his equipment between Daytona and Daytona immediate relatives. I consulting him. "I got that bump by The PARLOR

z.' livery, feed and sale stable to J. W. Beach to Luther Willin. The sticking my head into.the dumb waiter MARKETi

Edwards, who will continue the busi- deal includes all ferry rights, docks, I shaft to see if the water was going 't i
"GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY.
ness at the same stand. etc., and the ferry boat "Dixie." Mr. up and it was coming down." H. M. Self & Co.
Ellenwood sold the business on its All the churches in Orlando will I

Politics are warming up in Her. tenth anniversary. unite in a "Go to church, Sunday,"I We came near forgetting it_' :!: PINE STREET

nando county, a number of parties movement to be observed next Sun-I ground hog day is February 2nd. i .

having _announced___________ their__ n_ willingness to Explosion of a boiler in the plantof day. February 8th. This movement Phone'No.
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serve "the dear people" the Sarasota Ice and Electric com which started-in Joliet, 111., has spread 1 j I NOTICE OF SIIERIFF'S SALE j I i 80.'I'I
last week the town in dark the whole and of : b
pany put over country many j I Under and by virtue of two certain writsof >C I till = C I. 3+tt..11 t a I e I III .tH I Hi I 0 I C IIII t t.,
f Val Autoono, an extensive cigar ness as regards electricity. Luckily, the large cities both North and Southare execution issued out of the Circuit Court :
I I 1 i in the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida in
manufacturer of Tampa, has let the the explosion was downward, and no organizing the church forces for and for Orange County, in favor of F. Joseph I
contract for a large addition to his I If lone was mjured. The damage will ben vigorous. campaign to bring every I'Raehn Company and against The Fairv\w
I Homes Company I shall sell at public outcry HI 111111111 Clll lltttlllll +**+W*
plant. It will cost about $25,000. the neighborhood of 2000. member of the church out to the ser-i;i I to the highest bidder for cash at the CourtHouse c-
door in Orlando, Orange County, Flor- "
vic and so far as possible invite and ; Hear Ye !
i:ida. during the legal hours of sale on Monday. ,
Mrs. Robert C. Goelet, the New Vegetable and pineapple growers at urge others to come. In Chicaga a 'o the 2nd day of February, A. D. 1914 the
If following lands and tenements levied
York society woman, has leased the I Punta Gorda have effected an organization i- "Go-to-Church" campaign committeehas under said executions as the property of upon the
I 11 Hear Ye! !
beautiful home of C. M. Wilder at to be known as the Punta Gor- organized the church going p\tple !I!made Fairview on the Homes 2nd Company day of January, levy ,having A. D. 1914 been, '
1 Daytona Beach. She took possession da Truckers' and Growers' associa- of the entire city in this effort to get j;to-wit: j jI

last week. tion, with a view to securing uni- people out to the regular church serI I I quarter East quarter of Section of 20 south, Township half of 22 northwest south ofj I I The Gasparilla
formity of pack, facilities and fair vices for this particular day. Some j Range 30 east, and beginning at northwest

.. The citizens of Watertown have or-' rates in shipping and fair treatment of the methods that are being used;:corner quarter of cf Section northeast 20,quarter Township of 22 northwest south of I CarnivalTo
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$' ganized a club with a view to the from buyers and handlers. in Chicago and other cities are as follows -'I i Range 30 east run east 50 feet, southeasterly |, *
; to a point 50 feet west of southeast corrcri
betterment of their school. The new : Utilize the telephone to invite ;i lof northeast quarter of northwest quarter ;| t be held in Tampa
of said section, west to southwest corner of ,
Charlie Edgercomb, an 18yearoldnegro neighbors. Telephone squads I i
school building is about ready for your j( northeast quarter of northwest quarter thereof )

occupancy. boy, was run over and killed I should be organized in every churchto northeast, north to corner beginning.of northeast Also beginning quarter of r* I February 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 24th 1914 j jis
train Dania week ,
by an F. E. C. at Sunday call them up during the pre- northwest quarter of Section 20, Township ":1

The Summerlin institute (Bartow) morning. The boy was walking on i ceding "Go-to-Church" Sunday. Write south southeast of Range corner 30 east of ,said run south quarter 20 chains section to, going to be the greatest SOUTH FLORIDAaffair

girls' basket ball team claim the the track when his hat blew off. He letters and postals to all your own :,I thence northwesterly t oa point 50 feet east I i ever attempted.The .

championship in the state for 1914. carelessly stopped and attempted to ] members and as many more people as i I of northwest northwest quarter corner of of said northeast section quarter east of to II I

X They have won every game in which pick it up, and the train struck him. !I.you are able to obtain the addresses j i I point of beginning. J. F. GORDON, business and social world of this section .

they were contestants.A A coroner's jury rendered a verdictof [:of. Ask,automobile owners, express-:, Sheriff Orange County Florida. 'I! have joined together to make it rival the celebrated .
accidental death. grocers' delivery men, and all Starbuck& Starbuck I ,
men,
F I I i Attorneys for Plaintiff. New OrIears Mardi Gras in size and merry making.It .
white man was run over and who use vehicles of any kind, to carrystreamers I 1411182521.

killed at the Twelfth street railway Speeding above 20 miles' an hour,I I and pennants during the : . is to be of a wholesome, free and hospitable

4 crossing in Miami last Saturday caused the death of Duard Bouquardez -![week bearing the words "Go-to- nature and will abound in pure fun, and not ill catch

night His identity had not been established a machinist, 21 years old, at a:i Church. Sunday." !, For COIi,re s. penny snares and fakes.
F' Monday morning. crossing near Sulphur Springs Sun- Plan to have all members of your i I' I -

day afternoon. The victim was rid-,church and congregation use insteadof \f$;\:' I Fourth Congress- t It's a high class Carnival whose object is to

Two negro customs inspectors have ing a motorcycle, which collided witha the usual salutation of "Good \' 1j ional) District give you a good time with no disagreeable after

been let out of the ,service at Pensa- street car. The motorman was ar- Morning" and "Good Evening,": the , fMI : ALBERT M. ,!f.) taste. Don't miss half life by staying
cola by the abolition of their office. rested and ordered held pending!; the salutation, "Go-to-Church, Sunday." : I WILLIAMSON *" your away,

They refused to resign, it is said, result of an investigation.A Use stickers bearing the words, "Go- I x
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c to-Church, Sunday," on all letters
whereupon the order to abolish was 'I I (Make
your cresson
issued. Pensacola dispatch says that ad- sent out during the week preceding. :,-: the right of Gasparilla Carnival Committee ,
that I Ask the hotels and restaurants to 'gI "" ::: this name andyou'll
vices from Marianna state Justice -
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Deputy Sheriff Will Woodward of of the Peace L. J. Cumbaa and print the words, "Go-to-Church; Sun get right t K -: K4K4 <<"2** M tH 0 III :+


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A ParK A new residence subdivision located in theUdliWQOu Sale Rain or Shine-Band Concert all Day

south-western part of the city, fronting on Di "

vision street was platted and put on the market just one year ago.' It is subA Valuable Lot and $20 in Gold

i d into' 16 beautiful building lots. Since the ural I 1
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offered
public next '
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sold. These remaining 30 i
lots Will be given away f free during the sale
.. Tuesday, February 3rd. No private sales, but to be sold absolutely to the

highest bidder and at the mercy oi the auctioneer's hammer. FREE RIDE TO THE SALE, LEAVING POST OFFICE AT 12:30

P. M. AND EVERY TEN MINUTES THEREAFTER.
You Make the Price. Don't Miss this Sale. .


'S OAKWOOD PARK has been laid out on modern plans and Five new Terms of Sale '

Y house have been built by home builders since it was put on the market. It is

bound to grow, as it is in the path of the city's growth. One fourth in six months, one-fourth in twelve months and one-fourth in

r= eighteen months. Six per cent. interest on deferred payments; three per cent

Lots Sold Only to White People discount on deferred payments for cash. .

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'?' :; ,GRAM FOR WEEK COMMENCING Just a moment of your valuable time, dear reader, Thursday

.i MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2 \ please lay all else aside until you glance at the pro- "Pseudo Prodigal" (Reliance-Comedy.)

gram of pictures to be shown at "An Orphan's Romance" (Than.)-Drama. 2 reels.

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{ ,,= : Beanstalk: Bushleaguer's Dream" (ThanThe I/ucern
C :hI -'.r-Comedy. 2 reels. Friday
of the Mountains" (Majestic-Drama.)
: "! : ORLANDO'S BEST PHOTO PLAY HOUSE" "Her Father's Story" (Broncho)-Drama. 2 reels.
: "Mrs. Brown's Burglar" (Majestic)-Comedy.

:i Tuesday ., The show runs from 2 to 10 p. m. '
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q-o: Pictures Shown Tuesday Night a stop. Saturdays .

j ; .. Don't Forget the price, Always 5 Cents "Fly,Leaf of Fate" (Reliance)-Drama.
Wednesday
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No Pictures Shown Wednesday "Pride of the Force" (MajesticComedy."PEG ) .

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them on.the market from two to Painter and interior decorator. New
.. and three weeks earlier than those grown ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636.
J OF > earnestness
,. even in south Georgia. Expert workmen employed.
Apopka comp 1-21-lm
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Fj What is true respecting the melonis
iJ :' rrangements for,
\.', }-operation of the equally true of many other crops tate grapefruit for April to July W. M. SLEMONS
that be profitably her-
may grown
'up the materials market assured the
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.i\ \jl" t at the Orlando I II went, Florida Standard and Marsh
i :* re is hardly a I I I Seedless varieties. Sold reasonable
>.i":pka will make a is a month that can boastof 1 prices for Al stock at Ocklawaha
,).1 ifflect great credit three birthdays-Washington's,I Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Write for New Goods Arriving DailyWe
iv; i ommunity. Not Lincoln's and St. Valentine's. I catalog.
'J, it .* advertise to the
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V !*> end vegetables as
of citrus fruits.
: I n The AltamonteALTAMONTE
>. ied that Indian corn sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

",t,' fully or profitablyi SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. r
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j. n*,i ok over Apopka's beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C.L Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand.. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
L< t thoroughly con-; R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in inte- Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
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t tu-t ment is incorrect rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
F ;titular section re- most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on & Co. Best place in the city to trade. ,..
f 4::'ftn as readily as high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
.+'I 44..' een anywhere. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
Hotel has 500feet-broad All modeen
iHn; amount of labor ments.
: ." ". >-na soil as is cus- Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet. W. M. SLEMONS
!' ates, results will .
t. o ;mpare favorably
f.. .. Take the item GEOS E. BATES & SON, Proprietors ORANGE AVENUE
illustration.
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.:t big profits is a thing of the past. With a Bank Guarantee back

.ii We are showing over. f it, wants to buy several tracts i ij

j .'.. 200 of lands for spot cash, but only

:.' > such lands with commercial

: 1. all wool samples at value should be offered.

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"' { choicest lots and private residences -

> made to your individual meas- in Orlando at unusual

'I urement and guarantee a fit or low prices, also a palatial gentleman's

nosale] Come in and ask me country home with an

: about it. orange grove and 285 acres of
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rendered by the members of Saint
iTHE'SKTE'EANKOrOMANDO' : Cecilia's Progressive club was en-
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4' : joyed by a large number of friends
: and parents Friday night Owing to "'

the heavy rainfall a few of the mem- ,
: bers living at a distance could not at- i:

tend. The able way in which each
pupil rendered his or her part showed !( \ 41' f'n
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required the pupils. -
Mrs. Ralph Yearby, a former pupil test booklet v/c have seen on this subject, :;-
I LONG ESTA LISHEDSAFLCONSERYATIVEA000MMOOATING : of the Sisters, accompanied the =

violin solos and also took the part of = v/c arc tlistribilting'ilitil our compliments ..". 4
the advanced missing members. As t

: Don't Stop SavingSome :: name Mrs. Yearby on the program is quite is a always musician looked her --- It not only explains the law, but is so arranged --

for by the lovers of good music. ,
young people resolve to save : Master Edwin McDowell mastered that you can figure as you read whether or not you !- -

: his violin ably, not only in the per- =
and for a time they deposit their money : formance of his difficult selection, but _= arc liable. and liov/ much ; = .4

also in the of the
: accompanying ?
regularly in the Bankbut after a while "opening" chorus which was delight- Call and get one, or phono and ''/0 'Ni111uail it. E-I

they lose interest and spend for : fully rendered by all. -
money -
: The recitation rendered by Miss -I
luxuries not actually needed. / : Henrietta Rock was much enjoyed.
If Miss Rock cultivates her talent we : $ ((]
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: may expect great things from her n ; l.r _
s Start an account now with us and determine : some day, as she shows her talent 1kS411 .

:1 ( to make a deposit to your credit :. and way.training in a most promising nmm lsasnrato

each week. : The Misses Lundgren, Rooney and [

: Wescott, who are advanced pupils of .
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the class took the audience in the
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4 per cent interest paid on Savings performing of their difficult parts. serve

Account. : The risk taken by many in venturing

: out such an unpleasant night would .

: be gladly taken again to hear these yon
: delightful young ladies play.
THE STATE BANKQFORLANDO Last, but not least, on the program
: was the appearance of little Miss
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: Rose Kanner and her brother, Aaron.
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: "Ain't You Coming Out Tonight
which was sung by Master Aaron and
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PEACE SOCIETY TO HAVE BOOTHAT MRS., BRITTAIN ENTERTAINS The audience hope that another invitation I
TIC FAIRs "ROYAL AUCTION" CLUBS may reach them soon again, I .
and though each pupil is not given '

The Orlando Peace Society is to Mrs. Walter Brittain, a popular here special mention which they rich- ,
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;1 arrangements for the observanceof Royal Auction Bridge clubS; was culture displayed by the pupils
a Peace Sunday. These matters hostess for a pretty party yesterday, bring to the minds of those present Fresh Candies
were referred to committees at a her guests being the members of many happy memories and make them

" meeting of the society held Friday these two clubs and their substitutes.In wish from for their all the hearts the best of Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb.

; evening. Various other committees the Royal Auction club Miss success club. members of the Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . .'. .20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . Y . . . . . .30c. lb. ,
4; were named to have charge of the va- Nannie, Wood played for the hostess, Progressive 1 Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream' . . . . . . . . . .40c. lb. '..
rious departments of the work, the and Mrs. Fiske won the prize for her TWELFTH ANNUAL Menthal Drops . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . 40c. Ib.
chairmen of which are given as follows in the Nullo club. The high CONFERENCE
1. I the score OF D.A. R. OF FLORIDA Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. Ib. 1
; : Education, Mrs. Mary Bran- among Royal Auction players was
ham; Literature, Mrs. F. Bellows; I made by Mrs. Gaston Edwards. Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib.ChocoIate Almonds .
Legislative, Mahlon Gore; Peace Sun- I The card players were joined by Florida Daughters of the American Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
day, Miss Eleanor Gordon. The executive -' Mrs. Chas. Wescott, Mrs. Carr, Mrs. Revolution will meet February 3rd Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams
committee will be composed I Beeman, Miss Newman, and, Mrs. and 4th at the Rosalind club. Follow- Chocolate, Caramels Chocolate Filberts
of the officers of the and the Bradshaw, before the dainty refreshments ing is the program:
society
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, chairmen of the other !'I of chicken arid sweetbreads, to- Tuesday, February 3-10 A. 31. Ice Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any 1
The booth at the fair committees.I'mato salad, and sherbet, Invocation-Dr. A. A. Rickert.
orange were
" quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one
rated with the flags of all nations and served. Assisting Mrs. Brittain were Our Creed-by the Conference. \
through our factory.
literature on the peace movement will:1 I Mrs. L. H. Lawrence, Mrs. S..Y. Way, Salute to the Flag. .
be distributed from it. Constitutionand :and Mrs. Carter. Ode, ""Hail to Our Star-Spangled HOT DRINKS SERVED I

by-laws were adopted at the I The Nullo club will be entertainednext Banner.
FRENCH DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM 5 cents.
Welcome-Mrs. Branch, of ,
meeting and at the conclusion of busi- Saturday by Mrs. Sylvan Mc- regent
Orlando chapter.Responsel1rs.. Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc.
ness Mr. Jos. Elkinton, of Philadel- Elroy.
phia, addressed the society on the Carruth, state vice- Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc.
. . . . . . . lOc.
progress of the movement. Mr. Elk- ROSALIND CLUB INVITED regent Beef Bouillon . . \ Hot Lemonade lOc.
i inton was one of a committee of thirty The Daughters of the American Greeting Mrs. G. C. Frissell, state Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c.
chosen from the country at large to(Revolution extend to the members of regent.In Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c. '

appear before a committee of con- the Rosalind club and their escortsa Memoriam. '
gress to have a cdmmittee appointedby most cordial invitation to attend Report of Credential Committee- ayer Candy Co.,
Mrs. Schuller.
congress to have especial charge of the reception to the delegates Monday -
A all matters relating to the international evening at the Rosalind club. Report of Secretary and state offi- : 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE

r peace movement. Mr. Elkin- cers.Luncheon
ton has traveled extensively in Eu- "LIVING PICTURES" at the Orland. H H- iinMiMiiiiMiiiiiiiiitiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiim r
and his address Auto Ride-Mrs. Drew, committee.
was intensely
rope Every one taking part in the "Liv-
interesting. Wednesday, February 4-10 A. M. = . 4. == :
ing Pictures" is
requested to be ready cnjJ
Invocation-Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poul- F
for a dress rehearsal at the Lucerne son.
Invite your out of town friends to theater Monday afternoon at four .
Pledge of Allegiance.
the fair. o'clock.
Reading of Minutes-Miss Van


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tion-Mrs. Frissell. Souvenir Spoons
We take pleasure in announcing the : Afternoon Session,
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Election of Officers.

arrival of a complete line of hotel and ,: Report-Miss of Ways Slemons.and Means Committee I 0 We have a large and complete line, jj

restaurant China, and a full I line of I New Business. ,

kitchen utensils. America.Adjournment. State Spoons and Orlando Spoons/

: Rosalind Club Hostess, Mrs. J. M.
Our prices are from 10 to 40 percent : Thayer. Come and see.


I lower than any other store in : IRISH CARUSO AT THE GRAND 0 0 f


i South Florida. I: Tom Kane, _the "Irish Caruso,"

makes his appearance at the Grand MOT & CO. Jewelers r
Remember we devote our entire ; theater tomorrow night. Mr. Kane ,
: has
third floor to the above line and furni- : weeks played at Hammerstein's seventeen consecutive theater in

New York, and three with Reliable Repairing
: : ture heaters ice chests shelf : years Everything Guaranteed. nEZr
rugs, .. George Evans' Honey Boy minstrels, n
and is the highest salaried singer in If = :
hardware r
; ; etc. the South today, aril will be with us

all next week. He has a dramatic
If you are in need of anything in tenor voice of the rarest quality. Mr. ENTERTAIN AT DINNERMr. II SENATOR BUXTON FISHERMAN-HE'S A GOOD : CATHOLIC BAZAAR

Kane studied three years with Pas- and Mrs. C. A. Root had as -
I this line call us up, or come to see us quale Amato, the famous Metropolitan their guests for dinner Tuesday even- the Thursday, Friday and Saturday,*
Opera bass, and is now studyingfor ing Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Root and their Senator J. E. Buxton presented February 5th, 6th and 7th. Dollins
grand opera. It was only after guests, Misses Ruth Mcllvaine and Sentinel with a lot of fresh water building, opposite the Grand. Embroidery
the
many efforts that the Grand theaterwas Willie Person, of Orlando. After fish yesterday-more fish than prizes, suppers, cream and ,:
able to get him to come to Orlando dinner a number of other guests came Sentinel could consume in a week, but cake.Ladies'.

T y w ll-nn tw rt in and a most pleasant evening was the Lake senator Apopka didn't, and care-he'd had made been a larg to

spent, the guests being entertainedwith haul Senator Buxton is a good fish- hair dressing, massage,
CATHOLIC
I CHURCH vocal and instrumental music. and shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber:
r erman; he loves it for the. sport,
During the evening refreshments Shop. :
1-2-tf
? Orlando's Largest Store Fourth Sunday after Epiphany. consisting of hot chocolate, cake and I II I all his fishing.neighbors are glad when he -

Sunday school, 9 a. m. candy were served.-Plant City Cou-] goes
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em '
i Mass and 10
sermon, a. m. rier.
Did It"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII W. T. ENTRICAN, on Court street 12-5-tt
"Quality
Rosary, sermon and Benediction, I
7:30 Makes a specialty of painting, paper- I ...:..-
p. m. I Take your repairing to Warman on ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. ,
. All welcome. Court street. 12-5-tf Phone 636. 1-21-lm I Job printing at the Sentinel _.t



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