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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 8, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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GREAT MIDWINTER SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME.

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


VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1914. NUMBER 311.

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\ MAYOR ORDERS D DOGS S SHOT AND I I!.o APPOSITION TO ORlANDO SCHOOL S H U''

[EAHANDLE f T INCREASED[ RATE VANDAlS ARRESTED TRUSTEES OVlOPS[ [ COMMERCE f COMMISSION T i0 BEGIN



t MAiiER VIGOROUSLY R l y f FOR R GROWERS R I Annoying and Breaking the Swans Up Cement in Eola Walks Park I Ticket Simmons Is Put, Out C. E.Composed Howard of and J. W. 1O 1MPORTANIINVESIIGRTIONS A

Is Aggravating I George Phillips

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E MANAGER ISSUES LETTER lARGE TOURING PARTY WILL BE Mayor Sperry's patience has given It was developed yesterday that for a STREET GANG ClEANING UP 1 WHAT BECAME OF NEW
ticket for a new set of trustees
} 4 TO MEMBERS TELLINGOF RECEIVED R[ [ [ IN QUO po-licemen! the Orlando school district will be THE MID.WINTffi fAIR HAVEN RAILROAD FUNDSIS

PROCEDUREt that duty to arrest any and all per- 'voted for by a large number in Tues- ONE OF THEM
!:sons known to be guilty of breakingup day's election, although there have
City Commission to Entertain Car the cement walks and fountain I been no announcements, either from Commissioner Johnson Calls on Peopleto -
t Load of Visitors Who Will basin in Eola and all that from those I in Streets
park dogs the present trustees or Co-operate Having
; ARE[ IN [EFFECT[ WITH UTWARRANT Come Wednesday.The annoy the swans are to be shot. ,I hose names have been proposed to I Made Presentable DID STEEl TRUSTL GET REBATES

"I don't care whose dog it is," said succeed them.
city commissioners are making the mayor, "or what kind of a dogit For some time there has been an Street Commissioner Johnson is em-
EXPRESS OFFICIALS SAY COMMISSION plans to entertain a large party of is that dog is more than likely to be undercurrent/of dissatisfaction againstthe I ploying' the energies of the street department ,,THIS IS THE OTHER WHICH THE -,
ORDERED RATES tourists who, traveling in a body, will shot if he annoys the swans. personnel of the present board. to have the city in spick COMMISSION HAS BEEN DI.
reach Orlando Wednesday afternoonat "I was told the other day that a'' This became acute at the opening of and span condition by fair week, I
AND COMMISSION RECTED TO TAKE UP
3:18 and remain until the 6:48 man passing through the park with a the fall term of the Orlando schools when the town will be filled with
.' SAYS NOT train for the South. dog stopped and made repeated ef- when double daily sessions were ordered thousands of visitors. AND SIFT
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The party is one of those organized forts to set the dog on the swans. by the trustees. There was "We are working night and day to
The Florida Growers' and Shippers'' by Gillespie, Kinsport & Beard, This comes under the head of pure much complaint among the patronsand get the leaves and trash off the Washington, Feb. Investigation
League, throug h its manager, Mr. one of the best travel guide companies cussedness, and I'm going to stop it. the action was strongly opposedby streets," said the commissioner last 'of whether the United States Steel
Lloyd S. Tenny, will handle vigorouslyon in the business, according to the if there is any way to do it. I have Dr. J. F. McKinnon, superintendentof night, "and we want the people to I|I corporation has received illegal rebates -
behalf of the growers the matterof testimony of Mayor Sperry who has sworn in several people as special po-' public instruction. The trustees help us, for if they don't our work'! from railroads during the last
increased express.rates on fruits taken several of their personally conducted licemen and they will be in the park admitted that the condition in the doesn't count for much. As soon ash I six years was begun, today by the interstate -
r and vegetables which have been in tours, one being to Alaska. more or less constantly, and if they :schools because of insufficient ac- we get a street clean the people come I' commerce commission by the
effect since February 1. When on this tour Mayor Sperry find any dogs chasing the swans they commodations was bad, but they said right behind us and litter it up again.i'issue of a formal order for hearings
Mr. Tenny has been in communication promised to look personally after any have orders from me to shoot those that Dr. McKinnon had offered no "We are prepared to keep the under the recent resolution adoptedby
with the Interstate Commerce party> that the company* might sendto dogs without more ado. I have prom- better solution of the problem with street clear of the ordinary and nat the senate. Dates for hearings
Commission on the subject, but succeeded Orlando, and it was probably ised to back them up in it, and I'm which they had to deal and had only I ural accumulations of leaves and will be announced later.
in getting little satisfactionfrom through this circumstance that Orlando going to do it found fault. trash, but we can not afford to keepa I Formal notice of the investigationwas
that source. He asked for a was included in the route of "It is evident," continued the mayor Dr. McKinnon even went so far as I man's lawn clean for him. Some served today upon all railroad
suspension of the increased rates until this party. In the printed prospectusof "that we have some pretty bad to refuse to approve the pay roll of people clean up their lawns and then 1 I companies and upon the following
t F a hearing could be given, but the trip reference is made to the youngsters in this town, and I'm inclined the teachers of the grammar school dump the trash right out into the named concerns:
though the commission refused to automobile ride that Mr. Sperry is to to believe that they are not all grades, saying that under the double streets, and make more work for us.I I I United States Steel corporation,
suspend the rates Mr. Tenny was given give the crowd at Orlando.So youngsters either who have been daily sessions the teachers were not If they would only stop doing this Carnegie, Union, Illinois, and Indiana
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to understand that due attention the mayor summoned Commissioners .guilty of depredations and malicious teaching a full school day of five and make some other disposal of their Steel companies; National Tube com
would be given to any formal com- Johnson and Robertson to his mischief in the park. hours, as required by law. This mat yard cleanings it would help the street i pany, Shelby Steel Tube company,
plaint that he might see fit to file. assistance and the visitors I American Steel and Wire company,
are goingto "The other day when the cement in ter was taken up by the county school department wonderfully"Mr.
Mr. Tenny has issued a letter to the be given a lively few hours during the fountain basin was green some- board, and the bills were approvedby Johnson says the town is goingto American Sheet and Tin Plate com-
members of the organization of which their stay in Orlando. A ride through body got over in the basin and walked the board and ordered paid with- be clean if he can make it so, pro-lpany' Sharon Tin Plate company,
he is manager, as follows: the principal streets of the town and around in it for the purpose of mak- out the signature of the superintendent ivided all his efforts are not wilfully\American Bridge company, Tennessee
To the Members of the Florida Grow- the Winter' Park road will be given ing tracks in it and nothing else. It The county treasurer ref -. " ers' and Shippers' League: 'them, and they will return to the San took a high priced workman several pay the warrants drawn by the board I seem to care whether the streets are'; Frick Coke company, Interstate
On February 1st there was a gen- 'Juan for dinner before leaving for hours to repair the damage. On an- without the signature of the superin- presentable or not Transfer Railway company, Spirit
eral reduction in express rates over Florence Villa, their next stopping other occasion two or three of the tendent, and a writ of mandamus was Lake Transfer Railway company.
the United States. This reduction place. park benches were thrown into the obtained by Mr. LeRoy B. Giles, president .
e was made at the order of the Inter- Those who have given cars for the lake. This could not have been done of the. board of trustees, ordering SENATOR[ R G GORE TO DEFEND SUIT WHAT Dip. THEY DO WITH THE

state Commerce Commission. It I use of the visitors are: Messrs. S. Y.'by small boys, for it required consid I the treasurer to pay the warrants. MONEY?
seems that in making the changes, Way, L. H. Gedge, Wm. Brittain, J. ,erable strength to perform this act This settled the matter and since that INVOLVING HIS G GOOD D NAME[
the rates on fruits and vegetables N.. Bradshaw, B. Drew, J. N. McEl- of meanness. I think I have it fixedso I time the warrants have been paid as Washington, Feb. .-Senator Nor-
shipped from Florida were increased V. W. Estes H. A. Beeman ris' resolution directing the interstate
roy, H. that any one who attempts mischief usual. Charges Against Him Which May
rather than decreased. There seems C. Robertson and S. A. Johnson.All i of this kind in the future will The attitude of the trustees is that Cost Him Seat in United commerce commission to continue its
to be some question as to the rightof are requested to have their cars ,be spotted and arrested. I warn them. they did the best they could under States Senate investigation of New Haven affairswas
the express companies in makingthe at the San Juan by 3 o'clock Wednes- i!now if they are brought before po.,I existing conditions; they do not care passed today by the senate in
increases, but the fact remains day afternoon, from whence they will lice court that they will be severely. to serve for another term but will. Special to the Sentinel.! modified form. <
that the rates now demanded by express proceed to the station to meet the punished." I serve if the people make it evidentthat Oklahoma City, Feb. 7.-Senator,| The modification left to the discre-
agents are greater than they tourists. j The work of setting up the foun,i they are wanted, hence none of, Thomas Gore is here making preparations , tion of the commission the matter of
wen/. before the first of the month. tain will begin early in the coming;: ''them have announced for re-election. for the trial of a $50,000 dam/':whether its previous investigation had

These increases have no doubt come' HUrnT[ QUAKES fOR lIAR 0 Of F'week. The basin has been laid and I I Since opposition has developed, how. age suit brought against him by Mrs.,, developed all the information it de-
1 'yfrom the fact that the old rates were has set and is now ready for the iron i I j ever, it may be that the friends of !Minnie Bond, who charges Gore with i sired.
!'1 aIr/ady belo>fir those ordered by the work. the present trustees will make a fight, I attempted assault in a Washingtonhotel. il i These queries were included in the
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ANOTHER[ fATAl COUP | ,
resolution-
t \ In rstate Commerce Commission. ;for them to continue in office until :
We trust that these changes have the new school building, for which I The trial will be started in the dis-I "What became of the funds of the
\1,1'been made through a misunderstand- Heavy Guards Patrol the Capitol and PEOPlE'S BANK TO SEll BONDS bonds have been voted and sold, is trict court here Wednesday. The at- New Haven invested in various en-
i, ing in the traffic department of the Grounds and Surround the erected and the present conditions, torneys for both parties declare they terprises and corporations mentioned
,express company. President's Mansion i I IN SMAlL DENOMINATI NS i which have been a source of conten- wish an immediate trial. :in the recent report of the commis-
On January 29th the Florida Grow- tion, are visibly improved under their' Coming in the midst of Senator sion?

ers' and Shippers' Uague sent a tel Special to the. Sentinel City Bonds to Be Sold From One management Gore's campaign for re-election the I| Whether persons authorizing investment -
Mexico City, Feb. 7.Military 'trial is attracting great interest. It of those funds and the
egram to the Interstate Commerce Hundred Dollars Up for a The names of those who have been per-
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Commission asking that the increased guards patrol the principal streets, Short Time suggested for the new board are Mr. is openly declared that the court air- sons receiving the benefit are liable
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the. capitol and the president's man- ing of the Washington episode together to punishment under existing laws.
rates be suspended until a full investigation I J. W. Simmons, formerly a teacher in
of the question could be sion here ,tonight. :Machine guns are 1 the public schools; Mr. C. E. Howard, with the publishing of deposi- "Whether under existing law these
mounted on the roof of the national Owing probably to the general improvement -: tions taken in Texas which to be funds be recovered
made. Many similar telegrams were I editor of the Orange County Citizen, are can on behalf of
in the bond
palace, where Huerta followers are market, thePeople's introduced in the trial, involving Gore ''the stockholders of said
sent by other interested parties. The and Mr. George Phillips, of the. Phillips company.
t commission answered,through its secretary heavily guarded, and troops at all National bank had several Manufacturing company. in a similar scandal in that state,' "What legislation, if any, is neces-
as follows: garrison posts are on the alert for a{telegraphic inquiries yesterday for will cost the senator his seat sary to prevent the recurrence of sim.
repetition of the coup d'etat which Orlando I bonds. The Oklahoma senatorial irimarywill ilar transactions?" .
"You are advised that the Commis- i Cashier Chas. P. Dow in TRAVIS WINS LAKE[ WORTH GOlf
speaking
installed Huerta as Madero's succes- I be held August 4, 1914. Gore That investigation should be madeof
sion declined to suspend the operationof sor a year ago.PASSENGERS. jof the improved condition said: "The will go into the case in the belief that the manner in which Speyer & Co.,
said increased rates, but this actionis People's bank has about
;' forty-three I TOURNAMENT fROM NAETHINGLarge the suit is the result of a political ,New York bankers, floated 'Frisco
without prejudice to your right to I thousand dollars worth of Orlando
BURNED IN TUNNEL
frameup.In {railroad securities in Paris, was the
file formal complaint"In BY MEXICAN BANDITS !municipal bonds in denominations of :
the deposition of Miss Myrtle declaration of Senator Lodge duringthe
some instances throughout the El Paso Tex. Feb. A 'from one hundred dollars up to five Gallery Followed Play and Saw
dispatch Holder, a blind girl now living at New Haven debate. He said he
state the express agents are givingout received here tonight from Supt. ,thousand. The bank would rather sell Some Brilliant Work on Palm Chico, Tex., she states that Gore 'was had been informed that by paying
the information that it is necessary Clark at Cumbrie where a passengerand 'these bonds right here in Orlando; Beach Course the father of her child_ born April 7, Paris bankers commissions as high as
for them to collect the increased a freight train were run into a there's no trouble about selling them, the Sentinel [1898. 171-2 per cent., Speyer & Co. inducedthe
Special to I
rates, since they have been ordered tunnel and burned Wednesday by the !but we want to give the home peoplea Palm Beach, Feb. 7.-By winningthe French people to buy the securities -
'r by commission.. This is not true. Castillo bandits it is believed chance first. We have about twen-
says Lake Worth tournament today NATIONAL MILITARY PARK a few months before the railroad
t 4 The Interstate Commerce Commissionis that all the passengers and the two ty bonds of one hundred dollars each j Walter Travis repeated his victoriesof PROBABLE FOR ATLANTA went. into bankhuptcy."The .
prohibited by law from orderingany crews perished in a fiery furnace, so and several others on up to five hun- the past two Washington, Feb. 7.-The outlook I. result was that American
increases in freight or express intense was the heat. Rescuers were dred dollars; then we have four of years. for national At- credit
I Travis defeated John Naething by a military park at was gives a greater blow in
rates. If the express companies had unable to penetrate the tunnel. five thousand dollars each. These are J 3.2 in a well played match, holdinga !lanta brightened when Secretary of!.:France than it had ever received before -
rates lower than were ordered by the Among the passengers were four,five per cent. bonds of different issues putt on the edge of the sixteenth War Garrison assured Congressman( declared Senator Lodge.
commission, they were perfectly at Americans and two Japanese. and run from ten to thirty years. ( as a wind-up to an interesting Schley Howard that he was having i j Senator Kenyon characterized the
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these lower rates if 'if the people of Orlando
liberty to keep want them '
contest. ,prepared a favorable report on thepunished exposures of New Haven
they so desired.It JACKSONVILLE MAN WEDS IN they will be given the first chance at! A large gallery followed the play(Howard bill which aims to link the.;;,affairs as a tale of "the infamy of a
the of ATLANTA HOTEL them, but they'll have to hurry, as [ "
is battlefields
opinion your manageran ;'and saw some brilliant golf on the around Atlanta as a means. gang of plungers.
attempt should be made to secure Atlanta appears to have become the others are telegraphing about them." first nine holes. Travis led by one upI jof preserving their historic value. He I Senator Oliver put into the Recordthe
G that before doing anything further, "half-way house" for eloping couples.The The demand for Orlando bonds is i at the turn as Naething got into!stated the report would be submitted appointment of Speyer & Co. as
a reduction, at least' to the old rates, latest runaway marriage occurred easily explainable. There is no townin {I trouble and was unable to equal the I to congress probably next Monday,(fiscal agents of the American navy
through a personal interview with the Friday morning when a young Florida in better financial condition par four that Travis secured. By tfollowing which Howard will urge a department in London last April
managers of the express company. lady from Nashville and a young man I and there's no reason why an winning the tenth and twelfth Travis!favorable report from the military I
t Steps have already been taken by from Jacksonville took "French leave"of 'Orlando bond shouldn't be as good as secured a lead of two up which he!committee, of which he is a member JUSTIN VAN BUSKIRK APPOINT.ED .
this League to this end. I believe their respective homes, kept trystin a government bond, and the rate ofinterest held until he finally won the match. ASSISTANT FAIR SEC'Y
these men are too good business men Atlanta, and were wed at the Hotel is better.FURNITURE AXSE "S REMAINS SHIPPED -

t not to see that an increase in rates Ansley at noon. FREEZING TEMPERATURE FOR HOME Mr. Justin Van Buskirk has been
will injure the state, and thereforethe They were Miss Isabelle Wrightand FACTORY IN ROME NORTH FLORIDA TONIGHT The remains of Arthur Ansen, the,appointed assistant secretary for the
business of their company. Fail- Lee Arthur Mitchell Parental BURNS TO GROUND Special to the Sentinel.Washington aged man who stepped from a train,fair, and will be at the fair grounds
; ing in this, there remain only the filing , objection entered into the affair, so Feb., Freezing tem- near Pine Castle Friday morning and j Monday to assign parking space and
of a formal complaint before the, the bride quietly packed her grip, Special to the Sentinel. perature over the northern portion of'was killed, were shipped to his homeat reserve boxes for those who wish to
Interstate Commerce Commission. I Thursday evening, left Nashville with Rome, Ga., Feb. 7.-The North i Florida by Sunday night is the weather -" Vfllisca, la., last night engage them in advance.
I should like to have an expression fromyou a young lady friend, and wired her, Rome Furniture Manufacturing company -1 forecast for that state. Briefly it
of the advisability of doing this., family this morning from the Ansley' and twenty-five dwellings is this: Fair Sunday and Monday,,I Cocoa is said to be rapidly filling And now it's Valentines. Curtis &
Very sincerely yours, that she if now Mrs. Mitchell Atlanta , burned bere.tonight. The loss is colder Sunday, freezing temperature, ,with her usual rush of tourists. Manyof O'Neal have them in large varieties,
a, LLOYD S. TENNY. .Journal. $80,000. Sunday night over north portion. the hotels are full.iiiiiiilIi'iil. and prices, to suit everybody

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Apopka, Fla., Feb. 6.Mr. W.

_ three Raulerson weeks, who ago was with stricken an attack n.t W atI1es Gri 1d I Cae t I MONTGOMERY MOTION Grand:Theatre

has paralysis been, driving is rapidly about improving town duringthe all n e S SAre PICTURE GO'SJ

J THEATRE BEAUTIFUL AND.FLORIDA'S FINEST PICTURE HOUSE
last day or so, much to the delightof
his friends here who hope for his
i ultimate recovery. New Pictures Daily First Run in Orlando and Licensed ; '

Chief Harod is putting quite an improved -
appearance on a number of va. : perfectly wholesome and good if ; The Highest Price Vaudeville Starts Touringthe

cant lots through the business part they are cooked with Gas on our Southern States
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of town by clearing off the palmettoes :
3 and bushes and burning same and removing I
the old cans and other rub REAL MUSIC BY A REAL ORCHESTRAThe
bish.The Vulcan Waffle irons or Cake Griddles ri

3 new hotel is now completedand Greatest Photo Plays of the General Film Companyand
the owner is offering it for sale fit and simple
: They on any gas stove are | '
at cost if taken at once. If not sod other Famous Feature Film Companies

he will have it fitted up and it will : and to use.
y be filled with guests at once, as rooms easy The Pictures we are showing at this Theatre at the present time are shown in
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are very scarce at this time here. Orlando before they reach cities five times its size, and are the best we can
} Albert Overstreet was a business : Let us deliver one, for you today. obtain at any price. In fact some of the pictures we have produced for you

visitor in Orlando one day during the : Only $1.25 each were shown here before they reached Jacksonville, where there are 125,000 people ,
week. at the present time. We believe like every one else who has ever come
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Mr. and Mrs. G. Harod and Mr. and I here THAT THERE IS NOTHING TOO GOOD FOR ORLANDO and with this
Mrs. D. W. Clark, with Mr. R. L. I I idea we are sparing no expense in giving Orlando the best obtainable in our line.
Howard, motored over to Mt. Dora I THIS WEEK TO BE OUR BEST WEEK.
last Sunday afternoon and report a Every day three to four new licensed pictures of the GENERAL FILM COMPANY -
most delightful trip. ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT CO. and on TUESDAY AND FRIDAY of this week we will have two of the

T. M. Byars, editor of the Apopka best features we have ever shown you. Also we are holding over TOM KANE,
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r News, has returned from a business "The Irish Caruso" for another week in order to comply with the many requests -
trip to Birmingham, Ala., his old Gas Der>artmentHilMMHIMMMMttltlHIttlMllltllllltMMilllH of our patrons to have him here for at least one week more. Every night
home.W. this week, one of Mr. Kane's songs will be by requests that have been made dur-
J. Willingham, of Arcadia, was ing the past week.
in town during the past 4
days
some
; .. Special Music Program One Day This Week See
Monday's
.... - Program.
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in. and around Apopka. Children 5c PRICfS{ Adults lOc
{ Dr. C. Carroll has fitted up a nice :
i suite of office rooms over the drug

store.Miss Mamie Fudge, who is the Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.

guest of Mrs. A. C. Starbird, is reported "
Coming Tuesday, "THE LADY OF THE LAKE. 9
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as being on the sick' list.

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; ily and they are domiciled in the
Soper house until he can build a home. Just arrived car load I

We gladly welcome this estimable FORDS for immediate For Economy and purchase -
family into our city and trust that I
they may bring others here. delivery. W RIG H T co power of your mon- .
Mr. Carl Lin had the misfortune REALTY & SBBD
"T Wright's" Farm
ESTAtE 'ey, ry ,
to lose his little baby girl, two yearsof .1 FOR REAL
age, last Thursday. The sympathy Get yours now.F. That Our Business I and Garden Seeds. in '
of the entire community Florida
goes G. RUSH, Orlando bulk. "Motto"
out to him and his wife and also to Quantityand

the grandparents. in the hour of affliction. Phone 226 Quality.Fresh .

Every one is making preparationsnow Eggs 37c doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb
for the big midwinter fair and Ice 100 lbs., Limes doz.
Sweet Milk tic qt. JI 40C I5c
quite an interest is being arousedover
Fresh Butter Milk
v sweet Milk 07c pint ioc qt.
the Apopka exhibit which, if the
plans are carried out as at present Individual Package 10 lbs Ass't Fruits, "That Present"..delivered by Express,
outlined, will be a feature of the big (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order
i event. The products that will be ex-'
hibited from Apopka will all be pro- o iI

duced on high pine land without irri " " ' . ! !!!:!:! !'1111111111111111.IIIIII.IIIt\
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?? make the crops with the water that I
nature supplies, and will demonstrateit
a at the fair. Watch out for the
Apopka exhibit ORlANDO BANK a TRUST COMPANY i

The ladies of the civic eague will
give a play on the evening of Febru- A Lead Pencil or Bottle of Ink

ary 27 for the benefit of the hall. Orlando, Florida.Condition .
The title, of the play as announced is Is a small investment, but a large partof '
r "Hoodoo." Everybody is expected to at the close of business December 31, 1913 -
the writers comfort and efficiency depends -
come out and be "hoodooed.
' RESOURCESLoans
A freak orange brought in a few *
days ago by Mr. E. H.-Dixon has attracted on having' the right kind.A and Discounts .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . . $403,080.10 t

" quite a bit of interest. It hasa hard pencil where a soft one Overdrafts . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . .. 362.37 I
tail resembling a rattlesnake which scratchy Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33 ,
{ is partly in curl. It will in all prob- is demanded, or a thick ink when only a fluidis Cash on Hand and in Banks .. .. .. . .. . . 200,946.57
ability be exhibited at the midwinter Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
needed discourage the worker and
f, may ,
fair.The city council has rejected the \ $656,382.21
all colors (
'. ruin the work. We carry grades
LIABILITIES"Capital
$600 bid on the city hall and will now

r attempt to dispose of same at private aad standard makes of pencils, and can fur- Stock . . .. .. .. .. . .t.'. .. .. . $100,000.00
"sale.Mr. Surplus and Undivided Profits .. . . . .. .". . 35,214.86
Guy S.. Zepp and wife arrived :nish on demand, the very best possible ink Deposits . .. .. . . . . . .. .. .. . . .. . . 521,167.38
: this week from Washington, D. C., o "
kihd of work. Tell your penciland
and are visiting his parents, Mr. and ,for any pen 656382.24

,, Mrs. F. E. Zepp. It has been twenty- ink troubles to the man behind the counter.
six years since he was here and he '
Deposits on.Dec. 31, 1912 $489,971.38
says it does him good to tramp over
Dec. 31, 1913 $521,167.3
Deposits on
the same :grounds he played over W. S. BRANCH,
when only a lad.
Increase 31,195.70 '
Mrs. C. H. Rutledge came down The Arcade Book and Music Store
i from Washington, D. C., this week to The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Tryst
visit her daughter, who has been make Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
ing her home here for the past year. itlllllllllllllllllllllUHIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIHMMSeveral friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
' She is delighted with the place and t management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects

especially to find her daughter so the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
much improved in health since she this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
came here. strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
H. H. Witherington had the mis- M a Sacrifice Price ful statements to its patrons. 0

fortune to have his favorite deer and : M. M. SMITH, President -
fox hound stray away last Monday, -
and Wednesday he started in search : \ W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President. C. E. NOLAN, Cashier

Qf him and located him beyong Lees- : : S r
burg. He had followed a wagon go- : ;
kg through town and the drivers
took him up after getting away and : Located
sale. just
immediate
lots for
choice WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES :
tied him and expected to keep him, :.
but were very much surprised when one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue., Im- AND DO ALL KINDS OF New Ratine Suitings
Mr. Witherington came upon their OPTICAL REPAIRING
One of the choicest
with sidewalk and fruit trees.
proved
camp and claimed "Park. He values .
his dog very highly and would have locations in Orlando. 46 inch at $1,22
followed them to Jacksonville if nec-
essary for his dog. \Embroidered Crepes, 40 inches at
The council has directed the city The Price is Right ,
$1.00 to $2-75
marshal to have signs erected at the -
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city limits on all roads leading into
DR. L H. RAMSDELL New Panamas and Outing Hats.
town, calling attention to the 15-mile
speed limit. The signs will be placedat OPTOMETRIST

once and the marshal will keep an (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LOdni) MISSES HAULM & DUNN
eye open for speed violators.Dr. Or1o l Real H Estate t co FLORIDA I: .

mile. C.west H. Morrison of town,, who reports lives that abouta he ORLANDO, -

was pursued last Saturday night bya W. T. ENTRICAN. ,
panther or bob cat, or some such Phone 504 Watkins Block Agents for Barclay Corsets

wild animal, as he was returning from Offers to Orlando the newest and best
town. This is the first time in a long of workmanship in the painting and McCall's Patterns
time that such an animal has been HMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMNHHN"t decorating trade. Phone 636. r
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Rev. Henry R. Remsen, priest-in- Galvanized Corrugated Iron 11-4

TilE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH charge. The County Medical society has inch and 21.2 inch Corrugation, all THE MARKETOf

i Septuagesima Sunday. now gone on record as against the lengths, from 5 ft. to 12 ft., inclusive.

Opens wide its doors and extends its The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. publication of pathological or other Galvanized and Painted Metal Shin-

hospitality to the public. We shall Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. professional matters in the "lay gles. : Of Cleanliness Quality
Morning prayer, 10:30 o'clock. Galvanized Water Tanks, in stock
be glad to have you participate in all press" by doctors, either directly or
The Holy Communion and sermon, in "inspired" articles. It deplores the and made to order.
our religious services and varied ac- FRESH AND SALT MEATS
tivities. Come and be at home with 11 a. m.Evening. "self-laudation" ,of such methods and Valley Tin in Rolls, Galvanized Val

' us. All'seats are free. In His name prayer and sermon, 7:30. condemns the "unfortunate promi- ley, Ridge Roll FISH AND GAME
we welcome you. nence" given to physicians whose Sheet Tin by the box.

< Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH names and pictures appear in connec- Zinc. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
< tion with newspaper accounts of new Soil Pipe and Soil Pipe Fittings,
tor.Mr.. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. forms of treatment in which their Pumps, Enamel Plumbing Fixtures.A Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. "personal success is exploited." Doc. full line.Quotations. and pure.

W. Phillips, director of the choir; O'Neal, superintendent.Services tors who receive such advertising are submitted upon request.
t :Mr. Will S. Branch, organ at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. informed that they "lower the tone of Can save you money. ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Sunday school promptly at 9:30a. Morning sermon, "Citizenship." the profession," and they are admon- Call on or addressK. everything in the Meat Line.

m. Classes for all ages. 'Come and Evening sermon, "The Invisible." ished to conform more strictly to the R. LAU,
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. "well known principles of professionalethics. 1626 Franklin Street, -
enthu-
hour in this
spend a profitable
siastic school. Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. ra., on I I ." TAMPA, 'FLA. The PARLOR MARKETH.
Wednesday. Office Phone 60!.
Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and That is to say, doctors who have
Special music. Seats free. Visitors I made discoveries or devised new meth- Residence Phone 1284-M. __ 11-27-tf
7:30 with the in chargeV
p. m., pastor '
Morning subject, "Why Men Need and strangers cordially invited to ods of treatment which are of impor- M. Self & Co.
the Church." worship with us.CHRISTIAN. tance to the public must restrict the W. T. ENTRICAN,

4 Subject of evening sermon, "The knowledge of them to other doctors Makes a specialty of painting, paper- i PINE STREET
SCIENCEServices and to the few lay readers of medical ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
I. Religion Good music of Today.at all services. X journals. Is the practice of medicineat Phone 636. 1-21-lm Phone No. 80

a Sunday, 10:45 a. m. this day an occult art about which
p Young People's meeting at 6:30p. Warman Repairs and Retires Baby
Subject, "Spirit. nobody must know anything but the I1111 11111 inn MiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiimiiiiiiiiiimtlMtMlilllllllll .
m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president. Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf
Sunday school, 12 o'clock. I initiate? What taint is there in pub-
Note.-We sincerely request that
Testimony meeting Wednesday, at, licity that can affect a doctor's repu-
in Orlando will join in
every person Sun-I 7:45'p. m.Armory. i iI tation? If a medical theory is"sound,
"Go-to-Church
L\ making Sunday a
i I building. A cordial wel-' public knowledge can not harm it, andif 1'11111111111"1 .
day"-attend a place of worship some
come to all. it is unsound the best way to discover -
where, if possible. It will be a great
the fact is through free discus-

land day,in and many we hope cities all will throughout join in making the-I UNITARIAN CHURCH sion.It. ,ttnt''''''''''''''''\''':llf1111111"'I t.".....'..MIMittttttitltilCo

it a great one here in our fair (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) would be interesting to know
how much of this antagonism to "pro-
city of Orlando! Rev. Eleanor Elizabeth Gordon, 1111111111.11111
minister. fessional advertising" comes from

r rAt Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sub- doctors who have no discoveries of
METHODIST CHURCH ject of sermon, "The Abundant Life." their own to make public, and how

Sunday school at 10 o'clock. much is inspired by jealousy, stupidity Orla-ncLo

( the Grand) Poetry hour Monday morning at 10 l and incompetence. Certainly the
J. E. Wray, pastor. o'clock. best way to educate the public in

Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. t Unity Circle on Wednesday after- health matters is by giving the utmost -
Howard, superintendentRev. r noon at 3 o'clock. publicity to medical discovery, I TXTater 8z Light .

Dr. J. D. Sibert, our presiding I Story hour and games for the chil- while that is likewise the best safe

elder, will preach at 11 a. m. Dr. I dren on Saturday afternoon at 3 guard against quackery. If individ-
Sibert is described by one, who has I o'clock. ual doctors acquire some credit from ElectricityGas .-

been with him through a revival, as the process, must the fact damn

"A sledge-hammer man with a stropg THE ONLY WAY them?World.
Water Ice
t grip on God." The Herald never has, nor will it -
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} s Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N. ever, give "free reading notices" in MODERN PRINTING

Burden, president. consideration of being patronized by
r "The Wedding Garment"will be Dr. advertisers. There are many news- When you want printing, enjoy the Office--No. 18 West Central AvenUe

Wray's subject at 7:30 p. m. This is papers, especially in the smaller cities, privileges of this modernly equipped

"sermon No. 20" of his popular seriesof that make a practice of doing that printing plant. Perfection in equip- ,
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revival sermons to young people on very thing, and the result is that the ment ,means better, quicker and less Telephone No.6'
"Wedding Bells." public gains a very poor idea of the expensive work. No job of yours is

Special music at both services, and business methods of the papers. Every too large for our facilities-or too

at the evening service Prof. Comely line of advertising, of any nature small for OWl cpn ideration.
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solos. paid for, and plainly marked "ad- paper between Jacksonville and
Everybody most cordially invited. vertising.-Lake Worth Herald. Tampa.



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) FEBRUARY MEETING,I Upon motion it was ordered that wheel scraper be purchased for road I
road.Upon
} COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,County Surveyor Fries make an estimate purposes. motion the clerk was instructed

y J of the cost of establishing the Petition of S. 0. Chase for a changein I to notify the Light and Water com- rv

i:corners of the sections throughout the the road in the vicinity of Winder- pany of Winter Garden and the South CLEARER
Tuesday, Feb. 3, 1914, 9:30 A. M. heretofore I [ELECTRIC l[ VACUUM l[ [
Board met. Present Chairman Over- county. mere, presented, was calledup Apopka Telephone company to remove -
Upon motion the superintendent of ; and after discussion, and upon I I and place their poles of their
street Commissioners Dillard, Eld-
I roads and bridges was instructed to motion, the road was granted, Chase j I respective lines wherever the polesof

redge, Brown, Sweet. provide the necessary sign Eb'ards and giving a deed to the county for the I, said lines are not 15 feet from the

Following bonds as notaries public posts indicating the destination of right of way for road described, as I 1 center of the public roads. 1

were approved: I I'the various county roads. follows: North 25 feet of northwest I I Upon motion the salary of the superintendent ;
W. E. Martin sureties, B. C. Aber- i Have house
; The committee of section 16 and of roads and room or
I I composed of Messrs. quarter east 25 feet bridgeswas your
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nethy and E. A. Quigg. I
and Fries of northeast of southwest made month.
quarter
Chapman made their reporton $150 per
Henry C. Hammond; sureties, D. B. the road leading from Orange Cen- quarter of section 16, township 23 The bond issue for brick roads was cleaned without dust or trouble

Sphaler and W. G. Sphaler. I|Iter I to Orlando, submitting the plat south, range 28 east. called up. After discussion, upon

Following bonds to bear firearms;of same. Upon motion the route plat-. Board adjourned to 9:30 a. m. Feb- motion, it was ordered that the pre- of moving furniture .
and licenses ordered issued:
approved ,ted is accepted and the superintendent ruary 4, 1914. liminary work of the survey of the
R. E. Bronson, revolver sureties,
; : of roads and bridges requested to Feb. 4, 1914, 9:30 A. M. roads to be bricked be made at once.
and E. J. Keene.
J. Bronson
J. j!,ask for bids for opening said road. Board met pursuant to adjourn- It was ordered that G. R. Ramsey be
Jesse Bumby, Jr., revolver sureties, The Pierce Electric Co. send Experienced
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an -
Communication from D. B. Stewart. ment. Present Chairman Overstreet, employed to do the work at a cost of ; ;
D. J. Dykes and H. A. Smith.
asking for the recommendation by Commissioners Dillard, Eldredge, not more than $850.
Arthur E. Prescott, revolver; sure- the Board of County Commissionersfor I Brown and Sweet.Communication I Upon motion the following resolu- man. I
ties, Shelby Jernigan and Jesse Bum-
a pension received and. read. The I from the judge of tion was adopted:
Jr.
by,
clerk was instructed to furnish Mr.;the criminal court in reference to E. In Memoriam
Petition of W. M. Munger, W. D. SEE THEM FOR TERMS
Stewart with.a blank application for Hale, received and filed. Lincoln G. Starbuck, County Solicitorof
W. G. Gemeinhardt et al fora
Walker, ,
pension.J. I Wm. Edwards appeared before the the County of Orange
public road from northeast corner N. Bradshaw appeared before the Board in reference to the appointment Whereas, in the sad death of Lin-
of southwest of northwest
n quarter Board in reference to establishing a I of an agricultural adviser for, coin G. Starbuck, lately county solicitor

quarter of section 15, township 22 I road on the eastern boundary of the I the county, and after a statement: of the county of Orange, this

I south Orlando, range and Apopka 29 east,road at a, run point west on city,.the county paying one-third of,",from Mr. Edwards, upon motion the I Board and our entire county have sus- T The PIERCE[ [ [ELECTRIC l[ C01 lllnc.1I1II1I1I ;

w one mile to northwest corner of south- the cost. Distance one and a quarter: county appropriated the sum of $600,I tained a great loss, that of an able, .
miles, beginning at the east Winter I the U. S. government appropriating efficient and fearless public officer,
of section 16 I II
east township
quarter ,
Park road and running south to the the sum of $600, conditioned upon the whose death will be mourned not only
22 south, range 29 east, south one- I I CHURCH STREET
eastern end of Central avenue. No county appropriating same amount. by this Board but by our whole peo-
fourth mile, west one-fourth mile, IIII"J
action taken. motion Mr. C. H. Baker ple;I therefore,
; south one mile to southeast corner of I Upon was I I1
of the
Be it resolved, That a
Clerk was instructed to order a page
to the of
southeast of northeast appointed position agricultural u
quarter quarter -
minutes of the Board of County Com-
book for records of cattle inspector, .
adviser of the
of section 20 22 county.
k township range
missioners of Orange county be set
and ascertain the cost of half dozento
Letter from C. K. McQuarrie, state
29, west one-fourth mile to southwest
a dozen of the books aside upon which to place a perpetual _
necessary. agent of farmers co-operative demon-
of southeast of north-
corner quarter record of this memoriam, and that a i .i-i
Upon motion it was ordered that ir
strative work, received, read and filed. - -
east quarter of section 20, township
200 county maps at $150 and 100 copy hereof be sent to the familyof r ,
W. H. Douglass appeared before
22 south, range 29, thence south about
I Mr. Starbuck in token of our deep-
county pocket at $75 be I :
seven-ninths mile to intersect Orlando maps pur- the Board in reference to building I
chased of J. L. Smith, publisher, est sympathy. llammond&GoreFUNERAL
and Oakland public road; received map bridges over the creeks on the Tato- M. OYERSTREET, Chairman.
j and laid over under the rule.s Philadelphia. I siehatchee I Second creek and Jim
of the officers I It is ordered that the county surveyor -'I creek on the road from Christmas to I Attest:

i Reports received and following read: county Polls collected - I survey the road leading from I Fort Taylor. Subject matter referred II I I B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .

during January, state witnesses Winter Garden south to the south:to Messrs. Brown and Chapman to I i ,

January term criminal court, December line of township 23, range 27, and ascertain the cost of doing the work I ROSALIND NOTICEThe VALUES LOW PRICES

tax redemptions, report of Messrs. Dillard and Chapman and report at the next meeting. monthly business meeting of

t licenses, monthly report of sheriff of tain the cost of opening the ascer-I Bids of M. N. Simmons and 0. L. the Rosalind club will be held on COMPARE ,

fines, forfeitures and costs for Decem- Representative of the International Giles to open the road for one mileon Monday afternoon, February 9th, at I I
I
ber, 1913, and January, 1914; super- Harvester company appeared before the quarter section line on sec- three-thirty. OUR FURNITURE

intendent of roads and bridges, sheriffto the Board in respect to purchasing a I tion 7, township 23 south, range 30 ELOISE ROBINSON, Secretary.

state auditor, certificate of banks, traction engine for road purposes. east. Upon motion the bid of M. N. 2-6-3t We provide the quality pf furniture that has long

clerk criminal court, superintendentof Upon motion a committee composedof Simmons was accepted, the work to be been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

county home, treasurer to state and Messrs. Dillard and Chapman were I done as soon as possible.Communication TO WHOM IT'MAY CONCERN: standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

to county, and financial statement of selected to visit the place where these of C. F. Grannissand The firm heretofore known as Sightler wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make t
auditor. machines are in operation.The Bros. is this 5th day of February, this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
W. R. Harney to establish a tele- A. D. 1914, dissolved, S. M. Sightler
; A representative of the Buchanantax subject matter of purchasing a phone line on public road beginningat retiring from the business, selling any this business, and that means much to any buyer.

checking system appeared before prison van for road purposes was ,northeast corner of Church grove, and all interest in same to M. N.

the Board in reference to the intro- brought up. There were several bids I run north about three miles, received. Sightler, who will continue the busi- McNEILL & DVIS BLOCK
ness under his own name, and to
..duction of said system in Orange submitted and after thorough exami- Upon motion the request was granted whom all bills are now payable; and ,

county. Action of Board deferred."S. nation it was ordered that a van of upon the condition that the require- M. N: Sightler assuming the indebtedness Cor. Orange Ave and Church St., Orlando, Ha. AtiMMtMMmimMlltmMtMMimimMMIiMMIimil

S. Jones appeared before the eighteen men capacity be purchasedof ments be observed, town: that the of the old firm. \
M. N. SIGHTLER (Seal). _
Board in reference to imperfect as- the Gallion Iron Works company.It poles be placed 15 feet from the cen- .
S. M. SIGHTLER (Seal). -. .
9 sessment. No action taken. was further ordered that a six-I ter of the road on each side of the 2-7-3t I'

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At Winter Home at $150 each j :

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AT TIME OF PURCHASE EACH PURCHASER WILL BE ENTITLED TO A TICKET FOR EACH FIVE ACRE TRACT PURCHASED ON WHICH HE WILL WRITE :
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HIS NAME AND ON THE DAY DESIGNATED PURCHASERS WILL DROP THE TICKETS ALL INTO A HAT AND SELECT SOME ONE TO DRAW OUT ONE. :

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s THE NAME ON THE TICKET FIRST DRAWN OUT WILL RECEIVE A DEED FOR THE FIVE ACRE TRACT AND HOUSE ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE. :
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: THE. DAY OF DRAWING A PUBLIC PICNIC WILL BE HELD ON THE BANKS OF ONE OF THE BEAUTIFUL LAKES NEAR THE LAND. THE'VINI I,

TER 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

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Interested parties by addressing a card to D. B. SPHALER, Taft, will be met at that station by auto and carried ito

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In Spite of President Wilson's Approval .
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Bill Will Have Hard I.
Sledding I TodayisInspectiollDayOrange

HOTEL ORMONDAND :
Washington, Feb. 6.-Repeal of the \

tolls provision of the Panama canal I
*1 law was before congress today as an I

administration measure. ROLLINS COLLEGE AT _
Although a repeal of the section .
which would give free passage to :
Feb. 9that j jt
American coastwise ships involves, a Monday, .
practical repudiation of one of the
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planks of the Baltimore platform, yet I ParkCourteous H
administration leaders were sure of Orlando 3:00 p. m. I :
prompt action in the house and began

lining up their forces in the senate, j jI

where the hardest fight will come. Tuesday Feb. 10 :
Some Democrats there are avowedly! : ,

. in opposition to the president's wish.A . I agents on the grounds from
repeal will dispose of Great Britain's "
at Winter Park 10:30 a. m.illHlttltltlltllMHItllimilMiMHtfilllltliilMI.
protest that the provision is ir I lOtol2and2to5
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Times will be of interest to many in .

Orlando: New Two-Story Modern i:
The invitations to one of the most
interesting weddings of the winter Spot over
House block from
have been issued. .They are: "Dr, one ,
.. and Mrs. Sanford Wilkinson Allen invite
you to be present at. the marri- t Lucerne Circle. :
of their daughter Mary to Mr. ,
age I Come and rest in our Chic Park
William Roscoe Nettles on the even ; '

ing of Thursday the nineteenth'' of 1 Helen Wright Owner

Fberuary, nineteen hundred and four- and the
i' see Country Club folks play
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This will be a very interesting eventin '
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the social circles of the city, as .

the young people are both well known, I AN EXPERT :
popular and members of prominent
families. awI
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Miss Allen is the eldest daughter II

., of Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Allen and a .. past experience with some of the foremost of Ameri I .

t young girl of more than usual charm ca's sign makers, assures the highest possible grade of
and talent. She is a graduate-of the
work. When one makes big claims it is to one to :..
Virgil Conservatory of music, and she up t
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is otherwise talented.Mr. make good, but these claims should be weighed quite as ,
Nettles has lived in Tampa for I '
much for your sake as ours. '
some time and has many social and .
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business friends. He is connected
with the Tampa Gas company, holding : G E\.J. A.. BAI .KER

the position of local manager 12 West Pine Street.

Mr. Nettles and his bride will make SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION '

their home in this city after their I

wedding trip and will keep house in a ; Let us figure on your work for Orlando's MidWinterFair. .

4 lovely new bungalow which Mr. Net- .. tles has had erected in Suburb BeautifuL I
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Mrs. W. H. Ferris, director of the 'rh C1i.G
choir, has the music for the weddingin .
her care. The soloists will be Mrs. Equipped!

W. A. Carter and Mrs. Russell H. Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. Ib.

Tarr, with Mr. Merlin Price as vio- Chocolate Nut . . .. .. .. .. 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . .. . . . .. .30 c. lb.
linist. Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . .. . . . .. 40c. Ib.

The wedding, attendants will be Menthal Drops . .. .. . . . . 20c. Ib. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . .40c. Ib.

Mrs(J. E. Swanson, matron of honor; Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . .. . 40c.. lb.

Miss Edith Allen, sister of the bride, Gum Drops . .. . . . . . . . 20c.. Ib.Chocolate Almonds
maid of honor; little Miss An;ie Al- 0 Chocolate Cherries Chocolate' Marshmallows

len) the youngest sister of the bride, Chocolate Grapes' Chocolate Creams -

Bower girl; bridesmaids, Misses Mary, Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts
Margaret and Louise Watrous, .Miss Two-Sih SUo&rd ModeL
+ Th freiteit vtfa and other good and fresh candies.
motoilct. many Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.
Williamette Bradley of Washington, ever achieved. Twin
.....pped with Electric Head Light Electric Tail Ice Cream $1.25 Fresh
L'lit Electric Signal per gallon. Fruit, $1.40. 15c extra for delivering
Ga. four cousins of the bride, and Tn Set.Storage Btttenei and Corbin-Brown Rear-Drwe Speedomet any
Miss Katherine Ferris and Miss Ber- er. Pnc J260.00. See Ctuloi for detailed description.Indian quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one

nadetta Leonardi.Mr. through our factory. .s*::i\ %. ..... ...

Nettles' best man is to be Mr. MOTOCYCLES HOT DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH
Guy Nickerson; groomsmen, Mr.
Dayle Mabry, Mr. L. Leslie Knight, FOR 1914 DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.
Mr. A. H. Rumbold, Mr. L C. Hea- Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . .. . . lOc.

vener, and !lr. Joe Cheney-Mr. D. H. 60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian Tomato Bouillon . .. .. . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . .. . . . . .. . lOc.
Cheney, Mr. H. P. Leu, of Orlando. trails during the coming year-the Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . lOc.
greatest motorcycle production \ Hot Lemonade
number. of delightful prenuptial in the history of the industry. Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c. lOc.

affairs are being planned ,for the They will flash forth Hot Pineapple . .. . . .. . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon. . . .. . . .. 15c.
fully armed with .Thirty-Eight Betterments
young people, one of the first being "
for 1914! Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
Mrs. Carruth's luncheon at the Coun- Equipment! Armed with New Standard of Value which must ayer Candy Co.
try club yesterday, at which Miss Allen ,
completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
was one of the honor guests. Miss
134 SOUTH
All standard Indian models for 1914 ORANGE AVENUEilOlllillMltllMiIMtHtlllMIMiieilllliMHiMlliii
Allen was one of the pages from Flor- come equipped with electric
ida at the D.; A. R. convention last head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage batteries 'IIIIII |+
electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive
spring in Washington, going under speedometer.You .
the chaperonage of Mrs. M. W. Car- cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without thorough study of the 1914 81111111111111111111111111 4liMHtillillllMIIMtlitMIIIMIIMMIMilMttliii
Indian Catalog. It makes plain host of compelling Indian facts that all motor-
ruth.Mr. cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
Nettles is a former Orlando Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read Oil The AltamonteALTAMONTE i
uto
boy and has many friends here \sho. The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of: Supreme
will
send congratulations upon learn. 4 H.P. Single Service Model..........,,,,...............$200.00 SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
f ing the news of this happy event. *7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five, Regular Model......... 225.00
7 H.P.Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00 oil that has beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or( A. C. L
i<. 7 H.P.Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00 The R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served In Interior
IX ORLANDO ITS TilE SENTINEL 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................ 275.00 stood the Florida. Orchestra etc. The
THAT GIVES THE NEWS FIRST 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00 supreme Altamonte has the
7 H.P.Twin Hendee Special Model(with Electric Starter) 325.00 most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
Price F.O.B.. Factory test high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres In parks.
The Daily Morning Sentinel is Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
printed at night after the big news of C. RHilpert Agent. Orlando Fla.
---. -- THAT: __- Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen Improve-
the day js all lit It is delivered in ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.

the morning and its readers furnished 1 Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
with the latest news from all partsof o

the world. $5.00 a pear; $2.50 six A SACRIFICE OFFER !i Goo Gulf GasolineWALTON

week.months; 50 cents a month; 10 cents a !J GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer

Ten Hundred and fifty dollars will buy my beautiful !) : Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
corner lot 70x85 feet: High and dry, close in near park :'t ,
The first flight of officers of the and lake. Also adjoining the above a brand new six tilMltltlMIIIMIHtHttttltlllilMliliiittiiiiiiittGIVE
i navy in the aeroplanes of the navy room Bungalow, with bath room and ceded basement.
/ aeronautical station in Pensacola took P. G. Agt. YOU A DOLLARIf iiimiiiiiimittttiiim
Price, $2,200. Also adjoining, a nearly new two-story _
place Monday and were declared most six room cottage, including auto shed and rose house. HARPER
successful one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphur IWM
the in command,
by officers DRS
lot 40x117 feet Price I will sell the whole
$1,900.00; or Hair Remedy fails to remove dandruff
; well PHONES 450-269 (
as as the aviators. Three different JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS
property together for $4200.00 and allow dealers' com or stop falling hair. Estes Pharmacy
flights occurred, all being made sells and guarantees it. 7-lw
mission with terms. I mean business. No good offer
with a Curtiss flying boat, No. C-2. +IHHM
?.
refused. '*. I! 1 Oldest Established Practice In
W. T. ENTRICAN,1Painter Orlando F
Take your repairing to Warman on E. N. COY. WOOD, COAL AND ICE > 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stalrt
I! and interior ojecorator. New
Court street. 12-5-tf Corner of West and Ridgewood. Consu tat Jon and Examination
a r.f Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. Free
workmen
Expert employed.
Sentinel want ads. are read. .!J I f JRJJji 1r3l! r,JdrCt t! Pcr 1rJe(' !ii1ii1! Goal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-ti 1 1.21.1m "MiMMItllliMMieiMiaiiili


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South Florida SentinelMORNING Many of our readers have made

AND WEEKLY BN[[ CUANGED[D GOVERNMENT LABORATORY \inquiries as to the amount candidates

expend in running for office under -
_JOSIAH____FERRIS__ ___ n_Editor____and_ __Owner.___ I may the provisions of the Bryan pri- Diclson-Ives Co1
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando, Florida Confederate Veterans to Meet in Possible That a Display of Government mary law. The amounts are limitedas {
as Second Class Mail Matter. Jacksonville Week Later Than Products Will Be follows:
Originally Planned Made at Fair
TO ADVERTISERS:
Governor and United States sena-

( Copy for display and all other hand-set tor, $4,000. 6
advertising matt be handed in at the business Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. .-The Dr. Samuel C. Hood fetched a huge Administrative state officers,$2,500.
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
the day before p bliution. This rule applies dates, for the twenty-fourth annual,sigh of relief yesterday afternoon as Railroad commissioners, adjutant
to changes fpr contract advertising: it is DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STORrrlanoo'
invariable and till be strictly adhered to. convention of the United Confederate I he unloaded the last lot of machineryfor I general, auditor, assistant auditor,and
Veterans, scheduled to take place in I the government laboratory, whichis I supreme court justices, 2000.
3 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Jacksonville, were yesterday: at aT' to be located at the fair ground. State attorney of circuit court, $600. :

One Year ....... ..............$5.00 meeting of the Jacksonville Reunion The building was completed som State senators and representatives,
Six Months .......... ......... 2.50 association, held in the trade body time ago, but the machinery has just

Three Months ...... .......... 1.25 building, changed to May 6, 7, 8, just come in and will be installed without $200.District delegates to national conventions favorite
In Advance. one week later than had been pre- delay. $300.Delegates s Shopping

viously announced. The official dates I Work on the experiment farm to at large to national con-
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1914. named as April 29, 30 and May 1, be operated in connection with the ventions and presidential electors,

were made during the visit of Gen. laboratory for conducting experimentsin $500.
The speed limit in Tallahassee is Bennett H. Young here, early in De- the growing of aromatic plants For county officers in counties hav- PLACE
ten miles an hour, yet somebody has
cember. I and distillation of essential oils is ing than forty thousand popula-
more
been exceeding it. Now?somebody said Since that time a large number of proceeding satisfactorily. Five acres, tion, $750. ,

that Tallahassee was not progressive.In requests have been made to the com- of the forty have been cleared and State and congressional committeemen -

o mander in chief asking that the date some of the plants are ready for put, $100.The .
Ocala the newspapers are talk- be changed. It was found that many ting out.

ing about press censors.. They live young business people, notably those Dr. Hood said yesterday that it was Gale of GlovesONE
want columns are full of interesting -
in If had !
their
town.
every they way employed by banks over the south, possible that he might have some.
newspapers would print nothing but I would be denied the chance of at- thing in the way of an exhibit to I reading every day. Look

church notices and obituaries.The tending the reunion, if such should make during the fair, but owing to them over NOW. There may be the AND TWO BUTTON Suede and Lisle Gloves, in
thing that will interest YOU.
o be held around the first of a month. I the short time in which to prepare: shades of white, black, gray and chamois; lined and
roosters crow so loud and so This will mean that the big affair: for it he was not sure that it wouldbe
constantly in Miami that the winter here will be attended by at least 1 advisable to undertake anything ol I NOTICE OF DISCHARGE EXECUTOR 'FOR FINAL unlined; all sizes. Regular value 65c. and 75c.

visitors can not get their sleep. Chanticleer 5,000 more people, most of these I the kind. He said, however, that it':( .
In Court of the County Judge State of Flor16
is simply doing his part to young men, who will put in circula- had been mentioned to him and Y ida. Orange County.In Special Price 23c
make the visitors enjoy themselves. tion in this least re Estate of Chas. H. Garvin.
at
town $10 a day was considering it.
i Notice is hereby given, to all whom it may ,
Nobody should waste time in sleep
each. With a per capita expenditureof concern that on the 7th day of August, A. D.
while visiting Miami.o 1914, I shall apply to the Honorable Wol.I 16-BUTTON COTTON SUEDE GLOVES, in gray, black
$30 for three days, this will give Martin, of said Court, Judge of
Judge as
Bishop Warren A. Chandler, bishopof I
Executor and white; all sizes. Regular values Sac and $1.00
the city an added $150,000, feels J. Probate for my final discharge as
West Florida can't complain about the Methodist church, south i of the estate of Chas. IL Garvin, deceased;
G. Rice, the man who has charge of
and that at the same time I will present my
before audience in Miami l
the distribution of federal patronage.The the publicity campaign for the preached an final accounts as Executor of said estate, and
big
Price 39c
best jobs and most of them have reunion. last Sunday that packed the first t; ask for their approval, Special
Dated February 7 A. D. 1911.
t
gone to that section. It's a grab-all W. J. Methodist church. LENA B. GARVIN, Executrix.
Craig, passenger traffic man-I
policy, no matter what particular section -- -- 16-BUTTON PURE SILK GLOVES, in black, white
- -- ,
ager of the Atlantic Coast Line rail- - -- - --- ------ - -

happen to be in the saddle; it is road, and numerous other railwaymen 11111111111111111111111113111111111111111111111111111'Money navy, gray; all sizes. Regular value $1.25
West Florida's time and she is making heartily agreed that the changeof

the most of it. dates would work to the best interests Price 59c

o of the business people of Flor- I to LoanOn Special
Lake 'county has held a school fair, ida, which will be the host of the re-
and is probably the only county in union. t
=! the state to hold such fair. It
a was
An address war also made at about SALE OF EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS inch, in
well attended, and thousands of exhibits this time by Charles E. Jones, chairman r.
L indicating the methods in use of the committee which will han a fine range of designs. Regular value 59c. and 65c. ,

and progress of the work were on dle the restaurant end of the matter.
display. Why not induce Lake county Mr. Jones stated that every safeguard improved city Special Price 29c

r to make the same exhibit at the fair would be thrown about the plan of
to be held in Orlando? the best
getting service for the reunion -
k o visitors.

Al Jennings, the reformed bandit property. Men's ShoesPay
who is running for governor of Okla- NINETY DAYS FOR RUNNING

homa, is a gentleman with a nerve.That's .I AUTO WHEN DRUNK i "
a visit to our new Men's Furnishing Department-
one reason he was a success-, I S7". 'JV A. JLHiimiiimutiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
ful bandit, but it is going a bit too New York, Feb. 7.-For driving an 'twill enlighten you as to that positive latest of what'
far to ask the people of a state to auto when he was drunk, George
will be "chic" and exclusive for the coming season.A y
place a man with such a record in a Heinz of No. 241 Plane street, New-I

position of such honor. Where is the ark, N. J., was' sent to the penitentiary -

why of it? Has Oklahoma no other for ninety days by Acting Judge ilMIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIttlllllltlllllMIIIMMIIII
f material so good? Oehring yesterday in the second delivery to hand of the famous "Johnson & Murphy's"

o criminal court, that city. A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX Shoes for Men, on the new English lasts, in black

The Daytona theater proprietor who Heinz was arrested Wednesday in and tans, guns and patents
r. persisted in running his theater on Lackawanna avenue by Patrolman THE PALMS AUTO CO
Sunday, and against whom five cases Rosenfelder. He was too drunk to
were pending in criminal court, was appear in court that day. Specialty Priced $6.50
"I warned him against starting his REO MOTOR CARS
released by Judge Bert Fish upon the
payment of court costs in the one case machine," said Rosenfelder to the A large assortment of other makes at $1.00 to $5.0?.
For life and low cost of upkeep. We also a
a tried, and the other cases were dis judge yesterday, "but when I turnedmy long /carry FIRST CHOICE GOODS ONLY-NEWEST LASTS.Men's .
missed. It doesn't to be muchof back he started off. I overtookhim. force
seem fHeinz full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good
"
a crime to run a picture show..in -
z Daytona on Sunday. admitted in court he had of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely 9
taken a half dozen drinks of brandy.
o lIe had a bottle of the liquor in his guaranteed. Neckwear
We read it in the Pensacola Journal
pocket when arrested. t
; tHat Harry Floyd recently appearedin 4
: :
the capacity of attorney for the The Crystal Springs Poultry asso- We have just received a shipment of the newest effectsin f
late deceased millionaire, Dr. Pierce, '
ciation has made its first of THE PALMS AUTO CO *f"
shipment
i of little pellets fame. Harry will Ties and Cravats, being the last word from New j
eggs and chickens to Tampa. The
have a sweet time making us believe York. Prices from 50c. to $1.50.Millin .
received satisfactory
prices were very FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.
hereafter that he is in with
i. sympathy
and shipments will follow regu-
the proletariat. A great slump this
larly. I1111 tilt M it MMiltt Mil HMBtlltlMtH III If
is from being attorney for the Idealto

attorney for a pill roller. Huh!

i. Av - rJ n Bepartifient n t t'Ve

: It looks as if Atlanta will land one

of the regional reserve banks. A

point against Jacksonville is the num- are showing handsome assortment of New York's
ber of banks in Florida that have
endorsed Atlanta. It's plucky for latest models in Tailored and Trimmed effects, Pan-

Jacksonville to make a try for the amas, etc., recently purchased by Mr. Marion Ives
bank, but there is little likelihood of
Attractive Cut GlassMAKES when on his Northern trip-absolutely exclusive to
its being located there. Jacksonville

bankers probably know this quite as this store.

well as others, but they never "let THE TABLE LOOK WELL AND ADDS TO
"
on.
YOUR ENJOYMENT OF THE MEAL.
o WE INVITE YOU TO COME AND SEE THE 'NEW
The Sanford commercial club is doing
DESIGNS WE ARE DISPLAYING JUST NOW AND
stunts again. The club recently
gave.an order for thirty-five thousand MAKE SELECTIONS THAT WILL ADD TO THE COLLECTION Grocery n rtill nt

folders about Sanford and vicinity, IN YOUR CHINA CLOSET OR THE PIECES

r and the county commissioners'had recently THAT DECORATE YOUR BUFFET.

ordered ten thousand. Whatare WE FEEL SURE THAT THERE ARE A NUMBER Do not forget that the special representative of the

the county commissioners and the OF ARTISTICALLY DESIGNED ARTICLES HERE Richelieu Canning Company will be here the latter
Board of Trade in Orlando doing to
THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO OWN. of this month. Send in
spread the advantages of this favored part your name early if you

town and county before the people of .. FAIREST PRICES. .I desire her to call upon you.
other states? What-did you say? ;
.
o . ..
The Woman's club of Palatka is to .-



; be was ment death commended hanged to sentences prevent in Palatka for in the starting public.Friday execution A a, move-and negro of a ------- ---.---- -- --- --. ---- -- - Our r Mail il Order r r n Bepartffler


committee of women called on the
sheriff to have the execution in the
privacy of the jail yard, but arrange- \ We pay postal, express and freight charges on all out-of-

ments had been made for a public T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE town orders. Make use of the department, it is

execution and the original plan was essentially for your convenience.
carried Morbid
out. curiosity only
impels people to witness the hangingof
a man. When it becomes necessaryfor POSTOFFICE
the demands of the law to be car S. Orange e Ave1 Orlando

tied out in this wise, it were better '. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
: ? to have no one present except those l
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Eating Pure Candy is More Than a !I I FAVORITE THEATRE i

I | B. E MILLER, Manager

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. Matinee 2 to 10 P.M. gi I THEY MUST E x0Ninter I IIr,1


Of course ,hundreds of people all over the coun- i Admission 5 cents gMonday's .
acaaae o CDQAI ,l&ritiK."'.,..."'....
try eat Candy just because they'like Candy just to I
Program
satisfy that desire for something sweet-..and also
you Great spectacular 2-reeI feature,

t have done the same thing many. times. "Genesis IV:9"A Coats Wool Dresses

throbbing human interest drama ,
If we can convince you that pure candy is that touches the chords of

healthful-is really beneficial from a food standpoint pathos. .

then realize that Genesis 4:9-"And the Lord said unto and Coat Suits
why you'll your money is well
Cain, where is Abel, they brother?
spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- And he said, I know not. Am I

ment. my brother's keeper?"


The"Everybody's screamiest(Powers comedy Wearing) of the Them"season. Your choice of any I/O$/ to ffi($ Coal al $9.98




I BUTTS' KNOY KITCHEN t Sunday CHRISTIAN school-, 2:30-ALLIANCE p. m. Your c choice[ of any 12 1 to 15 1 Coat al 5.98


The home of home-made
pure Candies, Preaching, 3:30 and 7:30 p. m.


I Orange Avenue meeting Wednesday The at annual which night short convention with addresses a platform opens will Your choice" of any 5 to 1 lOCoalal Q 2.98ALA


r" be given by the convention speakers.

MMMMMMMIMMMMMWADE "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.: Devotional meeting, Bible study and



among day.Dr.:M.the J.visitors Hicks, of in Kissimmee Orlando yester, was missionary Rev.the day.meeting L. L.address At Pickell will night will be, a held a noted be great,the in author chargeof evangelistic orderof , WOOL l i DRESSES E aIIffCOAT SITS .


THE TUNER > lecturer and evangelist. All are cordially + .
ORLANDO, FLA. Mrs. J. B. Reese and Miss Nannie invited. .

Reese, of Kissimmee, were in Orlando AT HALF PRICE
yesterday.Mrs. .
CLIMBING SLOWLY UPWARD
L. B. Giles left last night for

Hon. Jas. E. Alexander, of DeLand, Port Orange to spend a week wits The registration at the court house New Spring goods coming in makes it imperative that i !
was among the prominent Floridiansin relatives.
had
yesterday reached a grand totalof
Orlando. I Ladies, visit our corset section,Feb.] 366. This at the end of the fifth : : we close out all our winter goods at once Some swell jj

Born, Friday evening, to Mr. and ,ruary 9th to 14th. See the week of the new registration. Thereare gar-

Mrs. Grant, on Lake Highland, a ten :I Modart laced front Corset, and meet new [ three weeks more in February in : : ments here that will be sold at ridiculously low prices.

pound boy. 'Mrs. Gleason, who will demonstrate which voters may register. Supervisor

Mrs. Wm. McKinnon, of Sanford, is it The, Yowell-Duckworth Co. It I Williams is hearing from some Better come in and see.

visiting Mrs. L. F. Blankner and Miss Mr.: J. W. Jackson of Orlando of the country districts, and the percentage
,
' Clair Robinson. came over yesterday in his car and of registration is better thanit Ladies' Ready-to-wear Second Floor
,
t The Rev. J. T. Delahanty will returned in the afternoon, is in town, though it isn't what it

__ preach in the Catholic church today by his wife, who has accompanied been the should be .in any precinct thus far

'at the 10 o'clock Mass. guest of Mrs. F. W. Barse.-Ocala reported. I
t Star.
Mr. Middlecaugh, who has been dangerously
WATCH THE FORDS GO BY"
ill at his home on the Pine Mr. W. H. Ruffins, of Kansas City,

Castle road, is improving. arrived in Orlando Saturday and is The local Ford delivered

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, spending its today in the city enjoying four new Fords yesterday agency afternoon. The -t Yowell-Duckworth Co.Orlando's I.
attractions. He likes .
this
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber much place Sounds pretty good for one after
very and was induced
Shop. 1-2-tf here to come noon's work, and they claim that it
by reading the
1Ir.and Mrs. P. F. Quinn are among Sentinel. was not a good day for the automobile
the visitors to Orlando. They arrived Mrs. Lucien Spencer spent Friday business either. The purchaserswere

yesterday from Vinton, Iowa. evening at the Cathedral school as- Messrs. La Bar, Sol Mathews, Largest Store

Dr. D. C. Roney spent Thursday [sisting Miss 'Bosanquet in chaperonthe Jim Diamond and Henry Mathews.
ing pupils in the
and Friday in Jacksonville taking the absence of the
l state board medical examination. other teachers, who were guests of a FISH ARE BITING "Quality Did It."
dinner
I party given by Mrs. W. B.
Demonstration of the new Modart! Browne. Fish are said to be biting Irenowadays .

front-laced Corset, February 9th to and many strings of
Mr. Chas. E. Rinaldi ItlitlllttliiMIMIIIIIiMlllillllllif. .'
14th. The Yowell-Duckworth Co. It a popular speckled beauties are being caught in "TIIIIIIIIIH llll'II'llllllllt

Yesterday's arrivals at the San commercial Orleans for man the traveling famous out of New the'lakes in and around Orlando. Yesterday -

Juan include Miss May Donovan andVr. Square Coffee, Jackson Mr. Wm. House and Mr. John CATHOLIC CHURCH -
came in last
D. J. Donovan, of Kingston, N. Y. from a trip on the East Coast night A. Abberger made a fine catch in Septuagesima Sunday. "'
Irs. C. D. 0. to Lake Davis in a very short time. school I '
Boiler and Mrs. spend Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Sunday 9 a. m. II I-
Mosher, of Walnut, Iowa, are located A. Rinaldi.Mr. High Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. I- _
at the San Juan for an indefinite I and It is getting to be the season of Rosary, sermon and Bened'ction, : :Fresh
stay. and Mrs. G.Mrs. F. L. Meeker, Mr. the year for county fairs and other 7:30 p. m. Eggs j
W.
Darling, JVfessrs. exhibitions.
C. One of the most attractive -
Rev. J. M. Nardiello, of Bloomfield, E. Howard All welcome.
L.
F.
I Kellogg, W. R. of these, as it always is, will be
N. J., acd Rev. J. T. Delahanty, of Sheaer, A. R. Bratt and I. S. Tinker the subtropical midwinter exposition Special attention paid to custo-
Boonton/N. J., are guests at the_ San arrived BEAUTIFULAnd
yesterday from
Marshalton] to be held at Orlando
on February 17
be had
nair
Juan. healthy can by using
Iowa, and who
mers
are making their headqUarters to 21 inclusive. eat raw
This year the adjoin- Davis' Sage and Sulphur Hair Rem- eggs.
Miss Gertrude Routh arrived last at the San Juan. ing counties, Osceola, Seminole and edy. Produces that soft, fluffy effect. II

night from Cambridge City, Ind., on While the head to an article, f Lake, will participate, which will lend Wound ill remove dandruff'and stop falling
a visit to her cousin, Mrs. A. L last column hair or your money back. Estes Cheese
front !
Wright.Mrs. page, was inadvertently breadth and variety to the exposition.These Pharmacy sells it. 7-lw Cheese '
left off, the matter shows that counties form a group similarin .
Walter Miller arrived yesterday Volusia county will have a fine exhibitat their products and in the enterprising Eat what you want.

afternoon from Johnson City, the Orlando fair to be held this character of their population, andthey Eat all you want. We have twenty different kinds
Tenn., to be the guest of Mrs. J. N. month. Among the most attractive may always be confidently expected Take a postscript and forget it. _

McElroy, on Lucerne Circle. will be a fine exhibit from the DeLand to make an exhibition well 1 For sale by all druggists.l-7-d&w.lyr :[ of cheese. Call and see them. :

Mrs. Gleason will demonstrate the public school.-DeLand Record. worth going far to see.-Tampa -r

new Modart laced front Corset at The "roots tell the story" Mr. W. Times. A FIVE-ACRE TRUCK FARM i in .I

Yowell-Duckworth Co., February 9th C. Palmer was in my office today and Orlando for rent. Apply to' 307 t .
East Pine street. 2-8-Gt .
to 14th. ifc stated that his 500 trees just planted The county commissioners of Or -

r1 Messrs. R. H. Smith, G. A. Dreka had the finest roots he ever saA' w and ange county are taking the prelimi FOR RENT Two nice light housekeeping .i: THE SANITARY GROCERY :

S. D. Jordan, C. 0. Codrington, W. trees all above specifications. Grif. nary steps towards the building of rooms; close in; $16.00 per
Allen and W. Land, prominent citizensof fing Bros., nurser-men. W. H. Bro- their system of improved highwaysfor s month. 206 E. South St. 2-8-3t

DeLand, were visitors to Orlando kaw, salesman. Office opposite for which the people voted bonds CARUTHERS & GORE
office. time LOST-In or near Orlando, a coil of I
Phone some The of
last night 267. 2-8-lt ago. city engineer
for its Phone 200
blasting wire. Reward return
Miss ;:Helen Steinmetz, who is the The Rev. H. Cary-Elwes, of Orlando Orlando has been employed to makethe to L. W. Lewis, 406 S. East St., 6 & 8 E. Pine Street I:

guest of her uncle, Maj. J. B. St was in Titusville a short while on preliminary survey and will com city. 2-8.lt --

metz, of Wekiwa Springs, left }eesFriday- on his way down the East mence work as soon as he can spare $ CUT FLOWERS I
the time WANTED couple with one small AND POTTED
Coast to from his city duties. Theclerk -By PLANTS.
several
terday for a few days visit with places to assist Arch- child, two rooms for light housekeeping ,
has been instructed to till III.
friends in Tampa. deacon W. H. Cresson. The reverend advertisefor on ground floor. AddressW. IMMMMniMIIMHIMIMIMilliiiaiSpecial tllI.tli'

Tourists in the city who are make gentleman is a brother of our former materials and prices for the construction A. Sheffield, Gen. Delivery. It
townsman, Mr. of the system. No action ----
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ing the San Juan their Cary-Elwes, who
1 headquarters, resides at Dinsmore, has yet been taken looking to the FOR SALE-Two good lots, 50x150. .
near Jackson- .
include Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Jackson [ sale of the bonds. It is not antic Will sell two for $600. Two blocks
and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Thompson, ville.We pated that there will be west from Orange avenue. Inquire of -
of Toulon, Ill. regret to learn of the sad deathof any difficultyin |C. B. Lamsen, 202 West Amelia Ave.
floating these bonds. The
bondsare
For a nice, clean shave, or an [ Mr. L. G. Starbuck, county solic to bear interest at not exceeding 2-8-Gt
for Bargains1Four
litor Orange
artistic hair cut, try the 0. K. BarberShop known county, who was well five and a half per cent. The commissioners
to FLORIST
the Advocate LUTHER THE
on Boone street two doors from: ;other residents of editor and expect to be able to effecta
Titusville.
Church street. 2-7-6t .Starbuck and Messrs. sale at five.-Tampa Times. Cut Flowers
j George McCulloch
Messrs. Ed. Buchholz, J. R. Wilson went
!on a hunt, and when near Clermont ,ROSES, VIOLETS,
and H. M. Wilson, of Sharon, Pa., are their automobile turned turtle, GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE R E- Passenger Cadillac $350
recent arrivals at the San Juan, where killing PANSIES
Mr. Starbuck and SULTS. Seethe photographs in my CARNATIONS, ,
breaking
Mr. Me-
they will spend a few days sightseeing -I Culloch's arm.-East Coast Advocate. office taken by S. E. JIathers of treesI POTTED PLANTS 1-Five Passenger Hudson $500
in Orlando. sold him last ,
i Genuine winter weather is February. Five acres,
Mr. R. A. McDonald, of Philadelphia l prevailing every tree living, and many in bloom
throughout the North and the These in
cars
Pa., arrived in Orlando yesterday West, and another cool of today. W. H. Brokaw, salesman. Office are good shape, good

and will look over the business severity is sweeping wave down considerable opposite postoffice. 28ltThe Good Wood - $1.50 tires and ready to run.
1 situation, with the view of engagingin 'across the
the tailoring business. invaded plains northern states Texas., and has Flor-almost paper that prints the adv er Better Wood $2 and $2.25Best

The regular meeting of the Equal ida will, tising-the paper that prints the
according to the
Washington Wood $2.50 and $2.75This
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Suffrage League will be held at 10 'weather bureau, feel th > effects of news-the paper that everybody likesto I San Juan Garage Co.

o'clock Wednesday morning at Unity this cold wave to a slight degree. read-the Daily Morning SentinelOSTEOPATHY won't last long,

Chapel. All those who are interestedin Lower temperature be
may expected Stock while can. All
Night ServiceAJAX
the up you
cause are invited to be present in this section probably by tonight '


A furnished house, two or three Eat what you-want. DR. J. C .HOWELL Orlando Wood Yard

furnished rooms or unfurnished cotEat all want. Hours, 1012,3-5, and TIRES don't cost any more and are guar.
you by appointment
i 104 W. Pine St.
tage is wanted'by anteed for five thousand miles.
a small family. Take a postscript and forget it. No extra charge for house treatment
Apply worth Mr. A!, Meis, Yowell-DuckFor sale by all durggists. Telephone connections B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor.

company 2-6-3t l-T-d&w-lyr Office cor. Orange and Central Ai e9.




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IHIillMlllillliillMIIIMMMmilHIIIMMmilMiNew FOR SALE-Five acres grass land, FORREN1EIGHTROOM .MMIIMiiMIIIIIISMIIItMitilMMilMIMtiiililiil'
just inside city limits. Equally I
good for pasture or trucking pur-
furnished house
poses. For price, call on or address, and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson; gas 1 5'H

Miss 1-30-2w Bernice Smith, Orlando, Fla. avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf .

FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with .
privilege of light housekeeping. .
FOR SALE
4 Best location on Lake Eola. 217 : California Bun alows
Arrivals Five-room bungalow; three spacious Robinson Ave., East. 2-7-3t
piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- I-
ern improvements. 506 Lexington St. FOR RENT-Large attractive room
: 1-15-lm in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. Only one left to sell
r Ratines Crepes Poplins Terry 2-4 tf
Eponges, ,
z Cloth Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies :, THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round WANTED-To buy a 12 or 15 H. P. Fine Location. Large Lot ,
? timber; cut over once; three acres steam engine, mounted, and a small r
Home Journal Patterns at : cleared and planted in orange and portable saw mill, at once. AddressC. Built and sold four Bungalows in less
I grapefruit; lake front and beautiful J. Tyner, 312 W. Church street.
I location for a home; one mile and a 2-7-3t than three months. !
: :I quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M..
: McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT I Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. l-28-tf. FOR RENT-Large, well furnished :. Good values are soon discovered.
I room to ;persons! wishing suburban
:I FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For accommodations; also 2 acres good : Price 750
r .\ real estate in Orlando or close by, truck; land, close in. Good opportu- $2
STORE :ia large ice cream factory and bakery, nity for right person. Address "A," I I

with retail store, all modem equip- Sentinel 9-8tf : Inspect No. 5 Bungalow :today. .
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ment-brine freezer, cement storage -
128 S. Orange A ve. tanks and sales of six to eight hundred MISCELLANEOUS :
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gallons per week, all sold in town I''
where made, which is one of the best I Cash Registers. Warman fixes
summer towns on Lake Michigan; a Court street. -'em\\ FRED. B. DALE Owne
suitable business for ,
persons having a r /
winter business in the South. Any; Ion -Open case gold watch, Elgin
person interested can see interior pho. movement, 17 jewels. Finder will 306 Anderson StreetMIIIMIMMilMMIHMIMIMMIIMIMIMH I
r I > tographs of this place, by addressing:,be rewarded by returning to 201 West
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: DRANK $$7.000 WORTH Of WINE A.Committee M. Starbird.on water display, Mr.\ MttMIHIMMMMIIIIMIHIiMIMftlMHIMMttllMISee HMMM .

L Committee on ferns, plants and
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IN rrw DAYS I WAKE UP !
flowers, Messrs. Newel and Ustler.

r Committee on green vegetables, Mr. Corner M
C. G. Cooper. It is time all housewives should begin to take otice.
.. The Corks Were Popping All the bears the distinct rk of
Committee, of Our lable on your package ni'
on transportation exhibits -
for This
Time Gay Runaway
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Couple to fair grounds, Mr. A. C. Star- Lake and Anderson PURITY. .
IN BUYING
bird.Another
Tampa, Fla., Feb. 6.-John Conner,I meeting will he held such articles as VANILLA arid LEMON Extracts, Mus- '

alias Martin, and Mrs. John Stanhopewere at the city hall Saturday night and StreetstiiMtttltlllMIMilltllMIIIMIIIIIIMIilMIMIIMi f tard, Cloves, Tumeric, Cinnamon, Black Pepper, Red

arrested by the police. Mrs. every one interested in the display, Pepper, Sage, Whole and Powdered Nutme, Allspice,

Stanhope ran away from her husband whether a member of the committeeor and Ginger, you should use the same reason and judgment -

last Friday, taking with her over not, is cordially invited to attend i vou do in buying your.
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$2,000. Conner is alleged to have previously and lend a helping hand.-Apopka I

robbed a clear factory. of $500. News. I IPEOPLE'S 'I OLIVE OIL.
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After the alleged robbery Conner FOR SALE-House and lot. 412 East I'WANTED-Waiter or waitress. Ap.ply You buy your OLIVE OIL from us because you know !
Pine street. Best bargain in city. to Rest and Tea Room at once.
I it is Pure Oil. This purity applied to1
lived in a private house, here, statinghe WANTSMUNNIMAKERS 2-7-6t Virgin same every -
other article. A few drops of OUR EGTRACTSwill
was a Mexican refugee. I' WANTED-A good young girl to assist -
t Mr. and Mrs. Stanhope lived at the AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a price with housework. Apply to 307 go as far as a teaspoonful of some other make.
you can afford to pay to own it. Broadway. 2-6-6t
same house, which Conner never left, 311 North Orange 1-27-tf !
avenue. Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 3 Oz. Bottle 25 cents.
Notieet of For
Lost WanUd Sale For
sending out for expensive meals. Rent, etc, for this column lot for one day FOR SALE-Late model Studebaker WANT TO BUY an orange or grapefruit Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 6 Oz Bottle, 50 cents. ,
,
Last Friday morning Conner and iOc for three din or $1.00 for one week for grove. Address B. B., Box
25 words or 1Koner must accompany I two-passenger automobile, in per- 566. l-27-2w Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 12 Oz Bottle, $1.00.
the woman disappeared. Since that the tdvertisemsnU for this column u no :fect condition. Less than half price.
time the husband has been beggingthe insertion will be nada on credit. Leaving City. Willola hotel 2-7-2t
WANTED roomer to share room
police to find them. FOR SALE ,FOR- SALE- -OR RENT-With stock with young man. Near St. Charles
Between Friday and the time of and tools, best farm in county; variety hotel Address "Roomer," 9 East DeLaney & AbernethyDRUGGISTS j
Y their capture the woman claims they FOR SALE-If you wish to purchasea I fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Washington street. 2-3-3t
house and lot try No. 9 East Liv- to-date buildings, etc. Box. 144, Or-
spent over $2,000, principally for ingston avenue. It is for sale. 7-6t lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf FOUND-Pair of heavy gold rim
champagne. Lake Eola. Ownercan
FOR SALE-Three drakes and 17 spectacles have on calling at this of- MIMIMMMMMMMMMMMIIMIII, ... .............
same by
FOR SALE-The best real estate bar-
APOPKA PEOPLE PREPARINGFOR Apply thoroughbred at 206 East Indian Church Runner ducks.\. \ gain in town, either for investment fice, identifying same and paying for
this ad. l-28-tf
or home. For particulars, call on
BIG EXHIBITA 2-6-3t iOHiliMIIMMMIIIIilMtllllillMIIMMIIMillMM
I owner, C. S. Hamblin, Rowland's
A very interesting meeting of the FOR SALE-40 acres at Apopka,,Grocery. 2-7-6t YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
ring 448 for the Arcade Pressing Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
committee to arrange for the fair exhibit Fla., 3-4 mile from station; good
FOR SALE Club. The boy will call Club
for citrus fruits and Will
trucking.
k held at the hall last
was city Ladies' work
rate, 8 pieces $1. a
spe- !
sacrifice at $15 per acre. (No agents.) One two-horse wagon; one two-seat
Saturday night and a good attendanceof Address Box 733, city. 2-5-3t spring wagon; three wagon horses. cialty. 1-10-lm

members was present and the work FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade Cheap. R. E. Kelsey, Oviedo, Fla. LOST-Gold crescent set with pearls, I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
of arranging the exhibit was outlined citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando l-31-2w yesterday, somewhere between 413S. rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north. t
and work assigned to various personsto and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 FOR SALE Main street and Windermere hotel. Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, Finder leave at Miss McKee's at 413S.
perform. Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; per- six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
I Orlando, Fla. fectly gentle, and free milker. Can Main and receive liberal reward.
I Committee to collect the various heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-

specimens of t fruits, Mr. J. J. Ander FARM LAND be Osteen seen, at Altamonte Oak Knoll Springs farm., Fla.Fogg &: 2-7-3t ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or

120 acres, near Orlando, must be 1-31-tf TEN-YEARS IN ORLANDO furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
son.Committee to collect the various sold. Make me an offer. C. D. Chad- Chiropodist for both men and wo House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
wick, 19 W. Church St., Orlando, Fla. FOR SALE men. Manicure, pedicure, face and
specimens of hay, and grain, with house between. I
grasses 2-6-6t Feet L. lots connect at the corners, rose
Farm of twenty acres, ten acreacleared scalp massage. a specialty.
Mr. H. H. Witherington. seven acres cultivated. 21-2 J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
Committee to collect specimens of FOR SALE miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm Open to all
canned goods, pickles, preserves and Six hundred acres timber land, and Davis. Good wire fence on three
ten acre orange grove, with two milesof sides. Small new house and welL AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
honey, Mr. J. R. Womble. N. COY
lake shore, near Winter Garden, About 15,000 feet of saw timber. subsoiling, tree planting, stump E. I
Committee on manufactured articles one of the greatest trucking and Land all orchard renovating land
dry and suitable for truck- blowing, ;
: of various kinds, Mr. F. E. Zepp.citrus centers of Florida. The orange ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand 307 West St., NorWOrland0Kincaid \
: Committee on advertising and dis- crop will pay interest on the whole work it and will sell at a bargain. supplies. Estimates cheerfully
investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, L. N. Lewis 406 East St., """
Owner Box furnished. ,
play of exhibits, Mr. Frank H. Davis. 137, Taft, Fla. liiiiiiiii inn urn mm
Orlando Fla.
owner 2-5 M2-lm-d&w Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm

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_..:' I Opaque Shades Regular 60 Cents Kind, Now 35 Cents. ". .." ::1'


; National Springs, Regular Price $4.50, Now $2.95. ;

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; .. Good Full Size Mattress, $3.50 Kind, Now $1.75. ,


E ;; 45 Pound Reel Edge Cotton Mattress, Others Price $6.50, Ours $5.15 ;

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figure. The golfer could do the shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber BttmillliHMMMIIIIMMMIMMHtliMMlilllillliiM" ., I .." ...ftlW. ....
f On the notice board of a Liverpool.course in seventy-two strokes. To Shop. 1-2-tf
golf club, says the Liverpool Post, equal that the other would have to
appears the following verses typewritten -make seventy-two throws of an aver-
on the club note paper: "age length of two hundred and fifty
y I feet, the course being six thousand Cooper & Atha M. SLEMONS
Swat the ball and walk a mile. I yards. For an ordinary man this .
Swat the ball. It's worth your while. would be an impossible task. To 114 South Orange Avenue.
Walk mile answat the ball.
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Ground Floor.
throw ball hundred
a golf two and
Walk some more. Nor is that all.
Swat the ball and walk, what then? fifty feet once might be done, but it Members of the Real Estate
Swat the ball and walk again. would require an arm like Chief" Ben- Exchange.We New Goods Arriving DailyWe
After that walk and-what?
you der's to do it seventy-two times in
\ Once again the ball you swatSwat offer the following bargainsfor
succession.-Philadelphia Ledger.A
''J the ball and walk- till more.
., before. this week:
Keep on swatting as
VWhat as far as this you've got, dental office is to be installed in Five acre tract near town; good
Swat and walk, then walk and swat. citrus land. $50 per acre.
-: the St. Augustine public school and
Ten acre corner on hard road
Dr. A. M. Sellers of Gilbertstown,
; 'rz;e, Is Golf a Piddling Game? Ala., who will assume charge of this, near city limits. Big bargain. sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
If Iwker takes place, one of the Choice location for home and
has arrived in the Ancient City. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
country club. adjacent to Philadel- grove. $1,000.
phia will be the scene of a novel con- Five acre grove; 230 grapefruitand Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
test which has been talked about. A orange trees seven years
man who knows baseball, but never Dr. BucKmaster old; choice budded 1ruit. $2,200. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

played golf, was talking to a profes- Full bearing grapefruit and or- & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
sional golfer, and remarked that the ange grove; good buildings;
latter's pet game was at best only a Osteopathic Physician I eight year old budded trees.
I/ddling sort of affair. Price $4,500.
"Well," said the golfer, "I'll wager 132 Orange Avenue Ten acre fine citrus and garden
you that I can play around this 18- I;land, well fenced; new five room W. M. SLEMONSORANGE
Next door to People's Bank,
,hold course in fewer strokes than you ;bungalow; near town. Big bar- '
can throw .the ball, and you needn't up-stairs. Acute and chronic gain, only $2,200. ,
bother to put it in the cups, but throwas diseases treated.Telephone We have complete list of both AVENUE
far as you can every time." 578. city and country property, some
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we are showing over wants to buy several tracts

200 of lands for spot cash, but only
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I choicest lots and private resi-

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prices, a palatial gentle-
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about orange grove and 285 acres of

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$50,000 Is Regarded With Favor
by Department
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fflESIATEBANKOFOWANDO'LONG Washington, Feb. 7.-If plans which
Senator Fletcher has been working on
: 1)) for some time to give Florida an up. i !
: to-date fish cultural station are carried rlaicb'f
out, as now seems likely, that _
.state in the near future will secure
I one of these government establish >> I :
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The bill Senator Fletcher introduced :
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authorized an appropriation of $50,.
,)00 for this purpose, and today he had
SAFE.CONSERVATVE.ACCOMMODATU4G ESTAE3LISH ED I it passed by the senate and sent over I Only a ,few ]loft, we offer jtliom to

I to the house for action. X

I As stated the bill appropriates $50- you ai Par anil interest. Dsnomifions : ,
'000' or so much thereof as may be
CONSERVATIVE BANKING POLICY I
: necessary for the establishment of a
.fish cultural station in the state of $100 and, up.
Florida, including purchase of site,
construction of buildings and ponds .
It has always been the established policy of the State and equipment at some suitable pointo _
be selected by the secretary of
Bank of Orlando to exercise conservatism in the manage I commerce, and provides that before

ment and handling of all banking business.We any final steps shall have been taken =-
for the construction of a fish cultural
believe that this prudent feature is appreciated station in accordance with this act, V/c v/ill be pleased to help
the state of Florida, through appropriate :
by our customers attested s==:=
as by increasing business. =
legislative action, shall accordto you make up your Income
the United States commissioner of
fisheries and his duly authorized ,
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I agents the right to conduct fish cultural -
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nected therewith in any manner and
at any time that may by them be considered .

necessary and proper, any
fishery laws of the states to the con- .5 _
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trary notwithstanding, and provides
further that the operations of said
fish cultural station may be suspendedby
the secretary of commerce whenever -
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,;; regulations affecting the fishes culti-
MRS. HARDEN AND MISS BAR- NO "TAINTED .1
AMATEUR. vated are allowed to remain so inade- .
DEN ENTERTAIN quate[ as to impair the efficiency of 9 2r
Special to the Sentinel
said fish cultural station.
Yesterday afternoon a number of New York, Feb. ?.Francis Oui- this matter
Bearing on Acting Secretary > "
students and alumnae of the Cathedral met, 20 year old open golf champion, Sweet, of the department of =====
school gathered at the home of denies the charges made by a coterie commerce, sent the following letter to CO
\, Mrs. Vivian and Miss Harden, on Lake of English golfers that he is the chairman of the committee on 1'S
Cherokee, to meet Misses Gretchen a "tainted" amateur, and therefore commerce of the senate:
and Kathleen Mitchill, and Miss Bradley 'ineligible to compete in the amateur "In referring to your letter of the S J'(

; of New Rochelle, N. Y. championship at Sandwich, England, 20th: transmitting a copy of senate
Formerly the Misses Mitchill made next summer. bill 1899, for the establishment of a
Apopka their home, and were enrolledin j I This set of English sportsmen fish cultural station in Florida, the 11 Souvenir Spoons _
the Cathedral school for several'claim to be in possession of facts i department makes the following

terms where they made many friends.The .''showing that Ouimet acquired a statement and recommendations: 'It
jolly party seated around the tea!taint by cadding for pay after he had would to be o
('I reached appear very appropriate We have a large and complete line
table yesterday<<; reviewed many amusing -' the age of 16. Horace and desirable for this department to, ,
S incidents of school days, and the Hutchinson, and English
golf authority have a fish cultural station at some
informal gathering afforded a pleasant -l:I and the guardian angel for all suitable point in Florida where both II State Spoons and. Orlando Spoons
opportunity for the renewal of., things amateur in England is the migratory and pond fishes could be
7', old friendships.Mrs. I prime mover in the agitation against handled for the purpose of keepingup
Vivian and Miss Harden, as.I Ouimet entering the English tourna the supply in the waters of Florida: Come and see.
sisted by Miss Eileen Vivian and Miss ment. and of contiguous states. Among the '
Helen Hoskins, served tea, hot chocolate I "Facts before me tend to show that migratory fishes of great economic 0
sandwiches, cake and bon-bons. I'Mr. Ouimet caddied for money after importance which may be cultivated I
Mrs. Bradley and Misses Mitchill 'he became 16 years of age" declared to advantage in Florida are shad and
.; leave today for a short visit to St. Hutchinson. "This would still leave sturgeon, while the local races of ALLEN & CO Jewelers
Petersburg, after which they will re- him a clean amateur according to the black bass, sunfish, crappie, etc., are ,
turn to New Rochelle, where Miss'Scottish rule, but that rule will not, among the largest and best in the _
: Gretchen Mitchill will be married in govern. It will be the English rules country.
June. f and the American rules that will ap. 'The form of this bill meets with Everything Guaranteed. Reliable Repairing
ply to Mr. Ouimet. the entire approval of the department n

MISS MAY KILMER HOSTESS FOR Association"A rule of the United States Golf i and its passage is strongly recom :: ======
is "
SUMMERLIN CLUB very clear on this I mended.
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point, and specifically declares that
On Friday afternoon the members any caddy who accepts pay for his LANE SEES A LESSON IN BREM- CATHOLIC BAZAR A GREAT SELLING MORE "HELLOS" BUT THE DOLLAR STUCK
1 of the Summerlin Card club-Mrs. J. work on becoming 16 years of age no NER'S DEATH SUCCESSThe I
; M. Thayer, Mrs. Harriet Miller, Mrs. longer is simon pure amateur. Such Have you followed the interesting Corwith Hustler: A certain young
Edward Hauselt, Mrs. C. G. Mdilvane.i is true in, the case of Mr. Ouimet, Washington, Feb. 7.SecretaryLane Catholic bazar closed last I advertising campaigns the telephone I man in town, a dog fancier, bought
and Mrs. Adele Irwin-were entertained from what I so far have learned,and of the department of the interior night after three days' successfulsale. 1 companies have been carrying on? a bird dog and was teaching him to
by Miss May Kilmer, three therefore is not eligible to compete sees in the death of Representa- A great variety of fancy articles It is to many a novel idea to use retrieve by throwing sticks, etc. He
; guests, Mrs. Dolive, Mrs. Haden and.lin i an amateur tournament." tive Robert C. Bremner, of New Jersey made especially for the sale were newspaper space to sell "Hdlos" was progressing nicely with the pup
Miss Ray, being invited to join the a plea for the treatment of cancer disposed of, and meals were served to but it has been a big success in the and in brder to show him off to some
::, regular players. BIBLE AUTHORITIES MEET. I in its early stages and an increased hundreds. Mrs. J. B. Lawton had cities where it has been tried. friends the young man threw out a
I last night anda The telephone has ceased to be a dollar which the dog all
S Each guest was presented with a supply of radium as an aid in charge of the supper got right,
pretty bouquet of sweet peas, and I I j Special to the SentineLWashington the fight against the disease. Mr. clean sweep was made of the supply luxury and has become a necessity-'but claimed it as his own and swallowed j
served a dainty repast of salad, sandwiches D. C., Feb. 7.-Sever Bremner, who died in Baltimore yes and still there was demand for more. another case of a worthy article be- l it. This made a change in re-
and coffee. 'al of the most noted authorities in terday, had been undergoing the radium ing sold by advertising.If trieves. The young man jiid not wishto
the world on Holy Scriptures are treatment for cancer. I A MODEL PROCLAMATIONMost newspaper advertising will sell kill the dog, neither |iid he wishto

i ANNUAL CHARITY BALL TO BE I I '|here for the midwinter Bible conference In an official statement today commenting such an intangible thing as a "Hello"in lose a whole dollar, and being a
IMPORTANT SOCIAL EVENT which opens tomorrow. on the death of Representative official proclamations are fear- ( this case another name for ser- student of physics, he putlhis' knowledge -
The first session will be address. Bremner, Secretary Lane, who fully and wonderfully made, the sense vice) what will it not do? into effect, but the action was
ed by William J. Bryan, Secretary has strongly advocated legislation for being obscured by whereases, there- Given a worthy cause to preach, quicker than his calculation, so the
: Preparations are going forward fo:]r of State, and Rev. Dr. G. Campbell the conservation of the nation's radium fores, big words, long sentences and advertising will move mountains. poor pup failed to make his exit from
the annual charity ball, which will b e!i Morgan, of London, considered by paid tribute to the remarkable general vacuity.The I I I The "winged word" sent flying by the dwelling before his dose took effect -
held the evening of February 19 al* many the greatest living expositor fortitude of Mr. Bremner as shown best proclamation we ever saw the great whizzing newspaper presses I ,but his dogship still clings to
the armorv.-- The Droceeds will bent ''eof< the Bible. He is pastor of the during his illness. was printed the other week by the is going to be a mighty factor in the the dollar.
; the Church- Home and .hUL j _. world's work in this great 1914.
follows year
uesimmster: Jhapel and Lu Verne News as : I
_ preaches] I Ii
S is the only appeal made I
pital. This Sabbath Beware-Shooting air ) ASTRONOMICAL EVE.'TSEvening 4
every to a crowded church. FLY TO MONTE CARLO "Boys, guns i
S in behalf of that institution, and one I I I Other speakers are the Rev. Dr. New York, Feb. 7.-From seven i in town must be stopped. If you ODDS AND ENDS stars: Mars, Saturn.* Morn.
which hundreds will be glad to re-(,,John Henry Jouett, pastor of the I apitals in Europe, airmen are to take must shoot, stay at home and shoot ing stars: Venus, Jupiter. The ringed
spond to. The price is one dollar for i j!Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, New I II flight simultaneously on April 20 for .at Pa.-W. H. Raney, Mayor." I In dry air sound travels 1,442 feet planet Saturn, noticeable in thlQening -
each admission, and this includes suPIper. (York city, who was requested by the Monte Carlo, according to a cable Here are combined brevity, simplicity ;a second; in water 4,900 feet; in iron,, below the Pleiades, shines with a
Those in charge of the affairS I king and queen of England personally gram which reached the Aero club wit and pungency. That kind I 17,500 feetSixty calm, unwinking light.
are getting matters arranged throughj: to continue his work in England, just 'of America today. of proclamation gets somewhere because , thousand dollars' a day is the
committees, and a large attendance'before he left for America; the Rev. For the first airman from each cityto it is not too long to read, and[ estimate of the loss due to the. recent Mrs. E. H. Clarkson of Riverside,
as well as a large time may be ex Dr. William Souper, pastor of Clap- alight on the Monte Carlo groundsa nobody can read it and fail to understand ,strike in Dublin, Ireland. Jacksonville, bears the distinction of
pected. ham Commons Presbyterian church, prize of $5,000 will be waiting. itTallahassee Natural gas consumed in the being the first woman from that section -
; London; and Prof. Camden H. Cobern, There will be rewards of $2,000 for United States last year was equivalent of the city ot enjoy the thrill
HYER-MANNING of Allegheny college, Meadville, Pa., the flier who makes the best time and is to have a new Baptist to 20,000,000 tons of coal of aeroplaning, she having made a
who occupies the Thoburn chair of the prizes of $1,000 for those who finish church, the construction of which I Natural gas consumption in the most successful flight at Atlantic
The marriage of Miss Essie Hyer English Bible and Philosophy of Religion second. will begin about the first of AprilWhen United States in 1912 was 562,000- Beach last Sunday afternoon as a passenger -
S and Mr. Winn Wright Manning took: and is also recognized as a The European capitals selected as completed this will be the mostmodern 000,000 cubic feet, at an average price with Aviator Gray. She liked d
place yesterday morning at 10:30 at leading Egyptologist. starting points are London, Brussels, church building in the Capitol I of 15.04 cents a thousand. it so well she says she will try it /
the home of the bride's uncle, Mr. R. the conference will last a week. Paris, Gotha, Madrid, Vienna and City, with a seating capacity larger A leather belt in an English factory >'again soon. t
L. Hyer, Rev. K. 0. Spessard per Rome. A route has been designatedto than any other. has been running at a speed of l -
forming the ceremony. The bride is I NOTICE Monaco and all the fliers will have 1,800 feet a minute from 9 to 12 hours Word comes from Fort Lauderdalethat
; a daughter of Mr. Joe Hyer, of Forest; Tickets for parking space and boxes to pass above a number of interveningcities. The Howard Transportation company a day for more than 32 years. the system of toll charges on
City, and the groom is from South in grand stand for the midwinter fair I is carrying forward its plans to The highest point in Nevada is ,the Everglades canals recently inaug-
Carolina. The officiating clergymanis will be on sale at fair grounds Monday put a line of steamers in operationon Wheeler Peak, which, according to a urated by the International Improve.
from Mifflinburg, Pa., and is a, morning at 9 o'clock. All those desiring MENDELSSOHN CLUB the East inland waterway operat chart published by the United States ment board is meeting with bitter
; guest at the Hyer home. Only a few space should call at secretary's I There wilt be no rehearsal of the ing between Jacksonville and Cocoa.It geological survey, is 13,058 feet above condemnation from the farmers in
intimate friends witnessed the nuptials office on the grounds promptly at the .choral Tuesday, but on Friday, Feb. is planned to do a general freight sea level the 'Glades as well as from the busi
and after a wedding breakfastthe |hour of 9. ruary 13th, there will be the regular and passenger business with all townsalong ness men in that section and companies -
s couple departed for Jacksonville: rehearsal at the Tea and Rest Roomat [ the waterway between the two. Warznan Sells, and Fixes Bicycles I,, engaged in the development of _
; 'Where they will reside. J Job printing at the Sentinel. 8 o'clock. cities mentioned. ;ion Court street 12-5-tf Everglades lands.ij '


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