Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00327
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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 11, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00327
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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










; ecW to the ',entinelMemphis to the SentinelNew I CREATED
; Tenn., Feb. 10.-The Shelby York, Feb. .-Andrew Car-:
Simmons, Howard and Phillips Succeed Amounts Which Committee Will Rec-
which to to be
I county grand jury began negie today gave $2,000,000 .
Giles, Johnson and Nolanin I into the affairs of the Mercantile used through the churches for the ommend for Passage to Improve
..t-RO TRACE E Of BODIES IN RUINS Close Race, ,:probe bank here today returned an indictment promotion of international peace. Waterways of Florida CONTINUED FOR vRAl[ [ MINUTES[

I tonight against C. Hunter The income from the fund will be

Considering the kind of aday it Raine, former president of the bank. about $100,000 a :year. It is to be Washington, Feb. 10.-The Florida

FOUND BY RESCUERS WHO PENETRATED was-drenching: rain and slush for the The indictment contained chargesof administered by a board composed of Metropolis correspondent is enabledto CONSTERNATION SEIZES EMPLOY -

BURNED TUNNELIN greater part-the interest taken in larceny, embezzlement and fraudu- twenty-nine trustees representing all I announce authoritatively the Florida ES AT ALBANY STATE '.
yesterday's school trustee electionwas breach of He is ,,the denominationsof items carried in the river and
WHICH CASTILLO SENT lent trust. charged leading religious '' HOUSE AND IN BRASS
remarkable. Some,240 votes were the United States. II' harbor bill which has been completedbut
in the indictment with misapprOPriate
cast, and the present board of truss I not yet officially made public. FACTORY AT TRENTON
ing $788,804.78, which he admits he This gift is in addition to the $10-
tees of the Orlando school district : established CarInegie I It contains appropriations for the
to the Sentinel lost in cotton speculations. 000,000 foundation by
Special Special to the Sentinel
Pearson, Chihuahua, Feb. 10.- went down indefeat, the ticket : No attempt was made today by the I in December, 1910, "to hasten:following new Florida projects: I Albany, N. Y., Feb. 10.-Two distinct -
Maxim Castillo and his bandits have agreed upon by the opposition win- grand jury to indict other members of the abolition of international war.":I Ocklawaha river, $175,000 out of a earthquake shocks were felt here
at Gabalin ranch by a ning by a good margin, but the race I The announcement of the I total of $733,000 estimated as neces-I! -
been captured the bank, but a thorough investigation new gift, early this afternoon.
detachment of soldiers under com was clo enough to make it interest- is to be made as soon as the was made at the close of a lunch at sary to complete the project. I The initial shock was slight, but

mand of Major Samaniego, who came ing.Messrs. books of the bank have been audited. I the Carnegie home attended by the I Kissimmee river, $47,000; Caloosa- the second was more severe.
LeRoy B. Giles, A. B. Johnson hatchee river, $25,000 Crystal river,
up from Elvalle, according to a report trustees of the new foundation. ; I The quakes seemed to hit the comp-
brought by a courier this even- and George E. Nolan composedthe I I The trustees organized the "Church I$10,000; Anclote :river, $22,000;' Boca troller's office in the old capitol hardest -
board and the newly elected members LICENSE[ON DAIRIES[ IS RESCINDED[ Peace Union," which will be incorpor- [Ceiga bay, $10,700; Deep creek,

ing.The whole band will be brought to are Messrs. J. W. Simmons, C. E. ated under the laws 'of New York $9,000. I There was a panic on the
Casas Grande, it is stated. A diS-: Howard and George Phillips.The BY COMMISSION (I state. The income is to be used to I In all of these new projects except floors of the capitol. Many rushed to
levy for the special tax school the first the amount appropriated is
patch from Juarez says that Villa, organize the moral power of the the elevators and down stairs. Dishes
district remains at three mills, a ma- the estimated amount'necessary to '
upon being informed that Castillo Milk Inspection Declared by churches on critical international were broken and furniture was
had been taken, said he hoped the report jority of the votes cast being in favorof : sioners to Be of No Commis-j Questions to circulate peace literature complete the project. thrown about the hobse.
the said leaving it as it is, though there I Ii The bill carries the following appropriations -
was true. If it is true, Whatever i I:among the clergy and bring about the ,
were a few votes in favor of reducing to continue, complete or''
the bandit and his whole gang will ; i I i annual observance of Peace Sunday. ,New York and Brooklyn Felt Shocks

be brought to Juarez :and publicly it. I 1 I, maintain Florida projects: j I New York, Feb. 10.-A successionof
One effect of the election was to In a pow-wow yesterday during Fernandina harbor and entrance
executed. which milk inspection, electrical inspection : HRI T LAALLIANCE t MfUS IN earth tremors shook New York
add a number of names to- the---- registration through Cumberland sound, $25,000; state and Greater New York today,
TO ASSIST list. Mr. F. H. Williams, su- and plumbing inspection had Tampa bay, $6,000; St. Petersburg,)
i MEN DIED IN ATTEMPT and extended as far south as Philadel-
WOMEN TO ESCAPE pervisor of registration, acted as part, the members of the city commis- ANNUAl CONVENTION[ $1,500; narrows on Santa Rosa sound,'phia.

clerk of the election, and as the voters sion gave their individual views on $5,000; St. Johns river, $300,000; Lab
r-- Feb. 10.Rescuers appeared he but their names on the the subject of inspection and woundup Crescent and Dumis creek, $1,000;!, Brooklyn felt the shocks more distinctly -
Cumbre, Will than did New York
| Begin Tonight and Will Continuein city or
have penetrated the tunnel to registration books, running the totalto by taking the license off of dairies Daily Session Until Caloosahatchee river, $2,000; North other adjacent-cities.
over 420. The managers of the and leaving the subject of inspection Lacoochee river, $1,000; Apalachicolariver
the burned
the full length of passenger Sunday Night
: train and ,have failed to find any election were Messrs. L. J. Dollins and suspended in midair. $15,000; Holmes river, $3,000; Factory Workers Flee in Terror

traces of bodies in the ruins. Re- W. H. Howard. |I Mayor Sperry expressed himself as Blackwater river, $5,000; channel Trenton, N. J., Feb. 10.-Two hundred ,
The result of mains may be found when the earth is : : ,| and fifty employ es of the Mott
cleared away, but it is now believed J. W. Simmons _________________137 said if a plumber didn't do a good job the,Christian and Missionary Alliance -1'Ciega bay to Tampa bay, $3,000; brass shops here fledj from the building -

that the men attempted to assist ,the C. E. Howard __________________119 that he would lose business by it and I opens tonight at 22 West Pine [channel work from Apalachicola riverto at 1:40 this after Ion when earthquake j

to esc and were overcome George Phillips ________________118 would be compelled to do good work in street. St. Andrews bay, $65,000; Choctaw- I shocks shook ti 1e building. The
women pe I
by when penetrating further toward I A. B. Johnson _________________104 'order to compete with those who did This meeting will be in the natureof hatchee river, $25,000; Escambia and trembling lasted several minutes.

gases the north portal. Had the men LeRoy Giles _______,---________ 98 good work. a platform meeting and short ad- Conecuh rivers, $15,000.
would Geo. E. Nolan __________________ 851| Commissioner Johnson was opposedto dresses will be given by all of the Philadelphia Gets a Shaking Up
been alone it is they
of W. R. O'Neal ___________________ 2 paying the inspectors to sit around I speakers. This convention is inter- Philadelphia, Feb. $ .-Earthquake
the fate
have gotten out, though TOURING PARTY TO ARRIVE fOR
Fernandez would Chas. Lartigue _________________ 11. the city office and smoke cigars. He denominational, evangelistic and mis- tremors were distinc ly felt in various -
the brakeman, Juan ,
J. B. Magruder _________________ 1 didn't think the city was getting the sionary. Every morning there will sections of the city this after- :
seem to disprove this hypothesis. I|service for the money expended, but Abe'! devotional service at 9:30. At TWO DAYS' STAY noon.N0 .

JAPANESE ARMY OFFICERS INSTRUCTING Three mill levy _________:_____ 30:'he didn't go so far as to say that he 10:30 Bible study conducted by Rev.

t """" '',.. MEXICANS Two mill levy ________________: 10:: didn't believe that there should be no A. E. Funk, of New York city. Mr. Party of Twenty-eight Will Be! AUTO FIRETRUCKFORORIANDO

Mexico City- ,- Feb. 10.-Japanese One mill levy _____________: ___ 2 inspection. Funk is an able Bible teacher and all Guests at San Juan From
officers Mexi- Commissioner Robertson said the !I should bring their Bibles and come
army are 'JI
can troops in the use of arms imported milk inspection was a farce and he''I prepared for a rich feast. I Tonight I I THIS Y YEAR R RI

from Japan. Huerta's preparationto I SCAlES GETS APPOINTMENT AS.wasn't so sure that the electrical inspection -| In the afternoon, at 2:30, will be an The touring party for whom an automobile -

overcome the uprising: ,continues.The : was worth while, but he was j experience meeting, and at 3:30 mis-I ride had been arranged for Robertson Wants It but Johnson Says
guard about the palace was augmented ENGINEERw sure that the plumbing inspector I!sionary addresses by Rev. and Mrs. ,this afternoon, will remain two days,! City Can Afford It and Mayor'sUncertain

today by picked men from the ----- w i:should be retained and that the people I Howard Van Dyck, of China. Rev. notice to this effect having been received .. '
.L. L. Pickett, of Louisville, Ky., will
Lancers. should be relieved of some of the
;<1 Man Who Applied for Position of : by Mr. Harry Beeman of the! y
Highway Engineer in Orange charges for inspection which seemedto deliver an evangelistic address every I|San Juan hotel. Rooms were en-. From the attitude of the city com-
him burdensome and unfair. night. Mr. Pickett is not only an missioners at yesterday's meeting it
County Lands Job' for I
gaged twentyeightMr.
The subject came up for discussionupon :evangelist but an author, lecturer, S. A. Johnson, who has chargeof j doesn't seem likely that the city will

Mr. George C. Scales, who has been the appearance before the commission , editor and music composer. He is the automobile ride to be given the have an auto fire truck this year.
of Mr. Joe Cheney of the Orlando : of the ablest men of the M. E. Fire Commissioner Clark Robertson
in Orlando for the past month, has j done tourists, stated yesterday that in view f -
been appointed senior highway engi- : gas works. Mr. Cheney wanted j!(:church, south, and is often advertisedas of the rainy weather and consequentbad is in favor of purchasing a com-

"Glad to Get Out of Navy in Which He neer in the United States office ofi I the commission to adopt certain rules "the Kentucky Gatling Gun." He condition of the roads, it wouldbe bination chemical truck, and urged

Had Enlisted to Escape public roads, and will go to Washington ;,and regulations for the government draws i large crowds wherever announced advisable to call off the ride for this upon the commission. Commis-

Wives shortly to assume. the duties of of the gas company. These rules had'I to speak. this afternoon. Other amusementwill sioner Johnson was flatly against the

that position. I been submitted to Commissioner Rob I I The convention will close Sunday probably be provided for the expenditure and Mayor Sperry was

Tampa, Fla., Feb. 10.-Deputy Mr. Scales came to Orlando from ertson some days ago, and when the night. party. They will arrive on the 3:31 undecided, so no action was taken toward -

Sheriff Will Woodward has returned Alabama, where he had been engagedas matter came up Mr. Robertson asked All are cordially invited. train this afternoon. The itinerary the purchase.

' from San Francisco, bringing with road expert in the construction of I the other members of the commission I I I called for a visit to Florence Villa,I! Commissioner Robertson called the
hAn Charles Vaught, who is wanted in what should be done. Commissioner matter up by citing the two alarms
public roads, and went before the i but this has been changed and the
this city to answer a charge of big- commissioners of Orange county in Johnson said he hadn't read the reg- ; ORlANDO IS TO HAVE. NEW GAS visitors will spend the time in Or- Sunday, February 1, within a few

amy preferred against him by a Tam- making application for similar workto ulations. Mr Robertson reminded i hours of each other. He said that if
lando instead. It is a personally con-
pa girl, whom he married in Jacksonville be done in the construction of the him that he had been given 'a copy PLANT IN SHORT TIME ducted party in charge of Mr. T. F. the second alarm had been given half

a few months ago. Vaught and hard road system to be undertaken some days ago, whereupon Mr. John-II Rice. hour after the first that the horses '

.f the- girl wer}t'to Oklahoma, where, she under the bond issue of $600,00,0 but sond said he didn't have time to read would have been unable to respond.
claims; she he had been pre- Many Complaints of Poor Gas Force 1 In further for the
reamed the commissioners employed City En- the manuscript; that it was Mr. Rob purchaseof
married had failed to se- I! Company to Invest in COMING SOUTH IIARRANGE f fOR
viously gineer G. R. Ramsey to do the preliminary :ertson's' duty to make recommendations I an auto truck, Mr. Robertson said
cure a dtv rce. She returned to her I work, and Mr. Scales' appli- to the board which they might! BettermentsThat that it cost the city $420 a year to f

parents he/,e, and the charge of big cation was in effect turned down. accept or reject. It was Mr. Robert I '. SUFFRAGE PAGEANTS i keep two horses, and that this amount
amy was .immediately preferredagainst .. Mr. and Mrs. Scales have been son's recommendation that the I i Orlando will have a new gas I alone would more than pay the inter

h;m. Meanwhile Vaught had spending the time pleasantly in Or- charges for inspection be modified plant before many months was the Mrs. E. M. Brooke Has Left Washington est on the deferred payments if the

gone to pan Francisco, where he en- lando as guests of the Windermere. and the plumbing inspector be_paid statement made by Mr. Joe Cheney, for Extended I city should care to buy the apparatus
listed in'the, United States navy under Yesterday they left in with from the city funds otherwise ac- manager of the Orlando Gas com- on time.
company i Tour of States
1 the nave of A. V. Kellman. He was Mr. James Talbot and family for an crued. Mr. Johnson opposed this, pany, to the city commissioners yes- I ILL Mr. Johnson said he did not oppose

turned lover by the United States au auto trip to Daytona, Ormond and St. and a general- discussion on inspec- terday afternoon. ----- ;'the idea of having an auto truck but
Feb. 10.-T
I i LL Washington, help arrange
thoritids to the deputy sheriff. On Augustine. Mr. Scales will leave the tions followed, and Mr. Cheney was Commissioner Robertson said that'I .he did oppose the purchase of one at j
for in Vir-
arriving here the prisoner said he was party atSt. Augustine to report for ,told to come Friday for a decision. ;three-fourths of the complaints that ,North and pageants South 'this time. He said the city didn't ,
ginia, ,
glad he had escaped thet navy, de- duty at Washington. During his :'!1 i' Following the argument on inspections had come to him had been against Florida Alabama have the money to make the purchase,
and Ten-
Georgia, ,
clariAg he would be able to clear himself r stay in Orlando Mr. Scales made in which it was rather generally the' three-eighths pipes, and Mr. Che- and the commissioners were going to '
nessee on May 2, Mrs. E. M. Brooke
'of the charge of bjgamy, and I numerous friends who will be pleasedto I=(agreed that the electrical inspector ney said the company had decided to "for ,have a hard time to pay the ordinary
Washington today extend
left an
stating he did obtain a divorce from learn of his appointment. All should be dropped, though no formal use pipe of no less than half inch in 'running expenses with the increased
: ed tour. Demonstrations in the I
hiss first wife. were impressed with his evident action to that effect was taken, the the future. In reply to a question I i for suffrage will be conductedin campaign -('salaries that had been levied by the

knowledge concerning road construc- matter of license on dairies was from Mayor Sperry, Mr. Cheney said 'old council. Mr. Robertson suggestedthat
states of the Union
: numerous prior
INFORMATION CONCERNING tion. I brought up by Mr. Robertson. He the retorts had burned out and were ; it was sometimes the part of wisdom -
[to a great in Washington
BETTER BABIES CONTEST and Mayor Sperry voted to rescind not serviceable, and a new plant ws on[ to borrow money to save a greater -
!May 9, when an of will
The committee in charge announce the license and Mr. Johnson voted going to be installed. Plans and specifications -! army women :, amount, but Mr. Johnson couldn't
ORANGE RECEIVES $887.40 FROM. march to the capitol to demand the .
that any one desiring information against it. were in the office of the I t see jt that way. ,
concerning the "Better Babies" contest STATE SCHOOL FUND 'company, he said, and work would begin I[Vote. The parade will be under aus-,j Mayor Sperry said he hadn't given

may receive examination blanks jl Dr. J. F. McKinnon, county school Asco, the new industrial town northof on the plant in a short time. pices of the Congressional Union for i the matter mature thought and would

and other instruction by calling at f.Huperintendent, has received notice Jacksonville, on the main line of Woman's Suffrage. reserve his opinion.

the room in the Arcade formerly oc| from State Supt Sheats that the;the Seaboard Air Line railway, was I Miss Gladys Havenscroft, the noted

cupied by the People's 'National' bank?1 I amount_ of interest from the state formally opened to the public yester English golfer who is spending the THE WEATHER Call at Curtis & O'Neal's, next

c where .a member of the committee- ,i school fund apportioned to Orange:day. A big barbecued luncheon was winter in' Daytona, is seen daily on postoffice, and look at that Balsam

f with Dr. Porter will be. found daily' county is $887.40. This apportionment {served and a large crowd was in at-. the Ormond links playing golf. She Florida: Fair Wednesday, except;Sani-Tissue Toilet Paper, Somethingfine. i\

;, during this week. is made twice annually. tendtnce. is said to ,be a very able player. local rains in south. !.l'. .


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Ca i'



i t Warm

Board of Trade Holds Meeting and MONTGOMERY MOTION
j ,
j Grand Theatre
Strong Resolutions Are Adopted
Demanding___Reduction* .. When a cold ,spell comes by just turn- PICTURE GO'S :

''t M Ocala, Fla., Feb. 9.A joint meet- ing valve and lighting a match. You THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL AND.FLORIDA'S FINEST PICTURE HOUSE
ing of the Marion county board of
trade and the Marion County Grow- : do if have Mr. Tom Kane, "The Irish Caruso," to comply with a popular demand, has been
ers' and Shippers'league was held at : can you a \ retained for another week and each day will render a selection by request. Sendin
a request for anything you want to hear from time
the board of trade rooms in this city I rag to Grand Opera.
Last week Mr. Kline broke all records for attendance at this house since it has
Saturday afternoon to make plans to I

resist recently the made imposition on Florida of express produce rates,and : R ll Ol r G S Heater t r rWe been will, under charm the you management as much this of this week, Company as it did and last.we know. his magnificentvoice

which many from threaten shipping to entirely their produce prevent to : Real Music by a Real OrchestraSaturday 4'

} Northern A large markets.number of 'the leading are selling them AT COST until Night will be Rag Time Night, Mr. Cornelly has sent to New
members of both organizations were for the very latest in Rag Time. This is your opportunity to hear .the newest
present, and the matter was fully dis- i our stock is gone. Metropolitan Hits rendered by an excell ent orchestra.

::4 cussed.It was the sense of the meeting For Today

that it was impossible for the grow- w
ers tto ship to Northern markets with "The King's Man" A Vitrograph Drama, teeming with interest from start to
any profit at the existing rates. All finish. "The Double, Chase A Lubin Drama full of startling situations. A
z present made a vigorous protest Double! Biograph Comedy-Fifteen Minutes of Laughter.

r Y: against urge the the restoration new rates of and the decided old. to ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT m. 3:30 Continuous Performance, 10:00 Children 5 cents, Adults, 10 cents. .

,The meeting passed a resolution to
call the state chamber of commerce, Gas Department Children 5c PRICES[ Adults lOc
the state boards of trade, all truck
growers' associations and the state v
and interstate railroad commissions ".IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..I..tttlllllllllvIIGIII.ltt Continuous Performance from, 3:30: to 10 P. M.
and- the express companies to send :
representatives to a meeting to be COMING *
held here Thursday, February 12, to
see what could be done to restore liv- IA IN THREE PARTS.
ing rates for the truckers. A numberof
replies have been received already
announcing that the call would be extensively H
responded to. ;
In the meantime, truckers all t
around in this territory are getting MMtttttlltlttilHI H | | 1IIIItlll'IIIIIIIIIIILIII..tlltllll.I.' .".*
together and making arrangements to
ship their produce in car load lots. Just arrived car load I' .

seasonable Several car produce loads of have lettuce already and other gone FORDS for immediate For Economy and purchase

F forward from Citra, Center Hill and delivery.Get W RIG H T power of your money
other points where large quantitiesof REALTY &SBBD co
produce can be gathered at a sta- yours now.F. FOR REAL ESTATE "T ry Wright Farm

tion. The express companies may im- ThaiS Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
poverish some of our growers and Florida
G. RUSH, Orlando.
cause all great inconvenience, but bulk. "Motto" Quantity
they will also lose an immense Phone 226
amount of business, as it is the general and Quality.Fresh .
impression ,here that it is just
Eggs doz. Best Butter '
as well not to ship at all as ship by 33C Creamery 39C lb.
r express to Northern cities by the new Sweet Milk 130 qt. Ice 4oc 100 lbs., Limes I5c doz.
rates. Sweet Milk oc pint Fresh Butter Milk hoc qt.

c Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express

"PAY CASH" (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with Order!

4 Life has made a suggestion that is 1

xA worth talking about.: imttttftmf".. .. .. .. .. . "HTI'M . . T'lmttllUMilQIII '
Let's talk about it. ...fllMilMMUItliMliittlililtlilMliltllttlillllittt lllllllliiiiiii.
; It is a campaign to influence people -

>'' established If to this pay were cash for everybody for done what there they now would buy.relying be ORLANDO N O B BANK a TRUST COMPANY

upon ity. They their would credit,buy a basis only of what prosper-they A Lead Pencil or Bottle of Ink

r need, and less, at least of what they Orlando Florida.I
do not need. They would avoid the Is a small investment, but a large partof ,

dangers of padded or mistaken ac- Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913
s= counts.' They would thereby enable the writers comfort and efficiency depends
a? merchants to sell their wares on a RESOURCESLoans
._ on having the right kind.A .
closer margin; because, to those that and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10 .
pay cash is charged up the losses oct hard scratchy pencil where a soft one Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
; casioned by the bad debts of those Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . ... . . 26,018.33 .
'3 who do not pay. That's inevitable. is demanded, ..or a thick ink when only a fluid Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57 .
The newspapers of the country, by is needed the worker and Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
i industrious agitation, made thefourthof may discourage

July a safe and sane holiday. ruin the work. We carry all grades colors 656382.21
} By consistent dinging the newspa- LIABILITIES
have driven the people to the aad standard makes of and can fur-
pers for the pencils, Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
stores early shopping during
1. Christmas holidays.If nish 'on demand the very best possible ink Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,211.861Deposits \
the like the idea, . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521167.38:
newspapers for kihd of work. Tell penciland 1 1I
any pen your
with industry
and will follow it up equal -
.s *
s $656,382.24 \
and intelligence they can ink troubles to the man behind the counter.
make the people save themselves and ,\

their merchants and neighbors money Deposits on Dec 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68 \
by adopting the "pay cash" slogan.- W. S. BRANCH, Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . 521167.38
Fayette Tribune. ,

The Arcade Book and Music StoreSacrifice Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31195.70 ,
RICHMOND MINISTERS PROTEST I The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust ] "
F AGAINST EVELYN'S SHOW Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and .
I ttailMMIMIIIMIMOttlUMMBIIItHHIMiintMIMISeveral friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. '
Richmond, Va., Feb. 9.-The ministeri'al I . The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects \
f union of Richmond today pre- : the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in \
sented a petition protesting against : this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
Evelyn Thaw's appearance at the focal : : strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful -
theater Wednesday night in ")IaI M a Price statements to its patrons. J\
rietta," and asking the mayor to "for- :
; 111,111. SMITH President
bid the appearance of this notorious : ;
woman and from publicly exhibiting : W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. NOLAN, Cashier
herself in Richmond." @

WE BELIEVE IT 111111 : :::::::::::::::::::::: IIt'1::::

A very pointed question was asked choice lots for immediate sale. Located just -
i some time ago by certain ones who
one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved AND DO ALL KINDS OF
are working in the interest of the ''
New Ratine
health of the people, the question be- with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest OPTICAL REPAIRING Suitings
ing, "What Makes People Blind?"
Having given the matter some care- __ locations in Orlando. 46 inch at $1,22

ful consideration, both by observationand .
partial experience/we feel no The Price is Right Embroidered Crepes, 40 inches at
hesitation in replying, "The loss of
eyesight.-Fort Myers Press. $1.00 to $2-75

} DR. L H. RAMSDELL New Panamas and Outing Hats.
The change of dates for the big : OPTOMETRIST

e low Confederate bank clerks reunion and was others made to who al- : (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likina) MISSES HAULM Dm\\\

month couldn't to get attend off at the the reunion.first of Jack-the HMO ll Real l E Estate t Co. I: ORLANDO, - FL9RIDAI ;

1 I
sonville calculates that the change
means about a hundred and fifty thou-. Phone 504 Watkins Block II Agents for Barclay \
sand extra dollars for her. There's I ;
nothing like encouraging the young Offers to Orlando the newest and best
of workmanship in the painting and McCall's PatternsMARIIIH _
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memories of that bloody period. 1-21-lm 'L
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Board of Trade Holds Meeting and MONTGOMERY MOTION
Strong Resolutions Are Adopted Grand Theatre

Demanding___Reduction_ t : When a cold spell comes by just. turn- PICTURE CO'Si -

: Ocala, Fla., Feb. 9.-A joint meet- ing a valve and lighting a match. You THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL AND.FLORIDA'S FINEST PICTURE HOUSEMr.
ing of the Marion county board of
:,: trade and the Marion County Grow- : do if have Tom Kane, "The Irish Caruso," to comply with a popular demand, has been '
l l"t'" ers' and Shippers' league was held at I can you a N retained for another week and each day will render a selection by request. Sendin
the board of trade rooms in this city I a request for anything you want to hear from rag time to Grand Opera.
z Last week Mr. Kane broke all records for attendance at this house since it has
Saturday afternoon to make plans to

! resist recently the made imposition on Florida of express produce rates,and Rezilor r G Gas Heater t r rI been will under charm the you management as much this of this week Company as it did and last.we know. his magnificentvoice

which threaten to entirely prevent
Real Music Real Orchestra
many from shipping their produce to a

' Northern A large markets.number of the leading : We are selling them AT COST un- Saturday Night will be Rag Time Night, Mr. Cornelly has sent to New : ;

members of both organizations were I for the very latest in Rag Time. This is your opportunity to hear .the newest ;
I present, and the matter was fully dis : til .our stock is gone Metropolitan Hits rendered by an excell ent orchestra. .

was the sense of the meeting ... For Today"The
i' that it was impossible for the growers : .

,to ship to Northern markets with King's Man," A Vitrograph Drama, teeming with interest from start to
any profit at the existing rates. All finish. "The Doub}. Chase A Lubin Drama full of startling situations. A
P present made a vigorous protest Double Biograph Comedy-Fifteen Minutes of Laughter.

urge against the the restoration new rates of and the decided old. top ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT m. 3:30 Continuous Performance, 10:00 'Children 5 cents, Adults, 10 cents. .

The meeting passed a resolution to .
: call the state chamber of commerce, Gas Department Children 5c PRICES{ Adults lOc
E the state boards of trade, all truck
growers' associations and the state
and interstate railroad commissionsand . 1"III I'O"I"IIOII'lltl'.tttl'IIIIIII 'IIIIIII'.t Continuous Performance from, 3:30: to 10 P. M. H

the express companies to senc
{ representatives to a meeting to be COMING 'w
held here Thursday, February 12, to
see what could be done to restore liv- MA IN THREE PARTS. \
ing rates for the truckers. A numberof
replies have been received already A
Yt announcing that the call would be extensively -
4 responded to.
4 In the meantime, truckers all 1
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together and making arrangements to .
ship their produce in car load lots. Just arrived car load ,

s Several car loads of lettuce and other For
seasonable produce have already gone FORDS for immediate Economy and purchase -

forward from Citra, Center Hill and RIG H T power of
delivery.Get W your money
other points where large quantitiesof RFA LTY & 6)3D) CO
produce can be gathered at a sta yours now. FOR REAL ESTATE Try Wright arm

tion. The express companies may impoverish That Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
some of our growers and
F. G. RUSH, Orlando Florida
cause all great inconvenience, but bulk. "Motto" Quantity
r" they will also lose an immense Phone 226
: amount of business, as it is the gen- and Quality.Fresh .
eral impression here that it is just
i' as well not to ship at all as ship by Eggs 33C doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
express to Northern cities by the new Sweet Milk 130 qt. Ice 4oc 100 Ibs., Limes 150 doz.
Sweet Milk Fresh Butter
rates. 07C pint Milk IOC qt.

Y Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,
t "PAY CASH"Life (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
has made a suggestion that is .
worth talking about.
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It is a campaign to influence people -

__to this_pay were cash for done what there they would buy.If be :

f established' n for everybody now relying ORLANDO BANK K a TRUST J COMPANY

ity.upon They their would credit,buy a basis only of what prosper-they A Lead Pencil or Bottle of Inli

need, and less, at least of what they Orlando Florida.Condition
do not need. They would avoid the Is a small investment, but a large partof .
dangers of padded or mistaken act at the close of business December
the writers 31, 1913
comfort and depends
counts. They would thereby enable efficiency -
merchants to sell theft wares on a RESOURCESLoans
on having the right kind.A .
i' ( closer margin; because, to those that and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . 403080.10
rh pay cash is charged up the losses occasioned hard scratchy pencil where a sof tone Overdrafts . . . . . . :. . . . . . . . . . 362.37
by the bad debts of those Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . ... . . 26,018.33
who do not pay. That's inevitable. is demanded, "or a thick. ink when only a fluid l Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . .. . . 200,946.57
m The newspapers of the country, by is needed the worker and Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
industrious agitation, made thefourth may discourage

of July a safe and sane holiday. ruin the work. We carry all grades, colors $656,382.24
By consistent dinging the newspa- r LIABILITIES
have driven the people to the aad standard makes of and can fur-
lr, pers stores for early shopping during the pencils Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
i Christmas holidays.If nish on demand the very best possible ink Surplus and Undivided Profits . .'. . . . . . 35,214.861)
the like the idea, Deposits . ._ . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . 521167.38:
for kihd of work. Tell penciland t
any pen
your I
with industry
and will follow it up equal -
: s 656382.24\'
and intelligence they can ink troubles to the man behind the counter. \
make the people save themselves and : 'i' .

their merchants and neighbors money Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $189,971.68 '
by adopting the "pay cash" slogan.- W. S. BRANCH, Deposits on Dec 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38
Fayette Tribune. r

The Arcade Book and Music Store Increase. . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70 ,

RICHMOND MINISTERS PROTEST The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust 4
AGAINST EVELYN'S SHOW Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and .
IHIHIItllllMMMUMIillMtltttmtMlllimilllHSeveral friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.\ t
Richmond, Va., Feb. 9.-The minis- The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects \
terial union of Richmond today prey ** the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in \
sented a petition protesting against this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
Evelyn Thaw's appearance at the local : strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
theater Wednesday night in Ia- M a Sacrifice Price ful statements to its patrons. .
rietta," and asking the mayor to "for- '
M. M. SMITH PresidentW.
bid the appearance of this notorious
woman and from publicly exhibiting : M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
r herself in Richmond." S
" ill" " " "MIJ" Mill
i A very pointed question was asked choice lots for immediate sale. Located just .
some time by certain ones who
one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved AND DO ALL KINDS OF
are working in the interest of the ''
health of the people, the question be- with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. New 'Ratine Suitings
ing, "What Makes People Blind?"
Having given the matter some care- __ locations in Orlando. 46 inch at $1,22 \
ful consideration, both by observationand .

partial experience,* we feel no The Price is Right Embroidered Crepes, 40 inches at
hesitation in replying, "The loss of
eyesight.-Fort Myers Press. $1.00 to $2-75

L H. RAMSDELL New Panamas and Outing Hats.
The change of dates for the big OPTOMETRIST

month Confederate bank to get attend clerks reunion off at the and was the reunion.others first made of to Jacksonville vrhcouldn't the allow --! rl ll R l E Estate t Co.Phone ORLANDO(Successor, to- Dr.- 0. P.FLpRIDA Liking) MISSES HILTON DUNN \

calculates that the change
means about a hundred and fifty thou- 501 Watkins Block Agents for
sand extra dollars for her. There's \ Barclay Corsets
Offers to Orlando the newest and best
like the
nothing encouraging
young of workmanship in the painting and McCall's Patternsa
bank clerks and others to cherish the iilHMMIMIItlllHMiHIMIIIiHItMllllliliillti. decorating trade. Phone 636. I
memories of that bloody period. 1-21-lm ::i

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Office of Colonial Land Co., 12 W. Pine St., Orlando, Fla. Home Office, 203 E. State S t., Trenton, N. J.

Dealers in High Grade Subdivisions in all Parts of the United States ; /

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Messrs Tourists, Investors and Townsmen: 1

The newest and finest sub-division called ORANGE PARK (because

the big lots are covered with full bearing orange trees) is to be sold at a

big private sale, beginning Wednesday, Feb. llth, at 2 p. m each day,

and ending Saturday, Feb. 14th. If you will call at our office 12 West

Pine St., (opposite Grand Theatre) we will take, you out in an auto, or

you may take the autos that leave for Orange Park from the San Juan

Hotel Park from 1 to 2:30: p. m. daily. Go out and see this beauty spot on

the main road to the Country Qlub, corner Reel St. and Colonial Drive.

We make easy terms and give away hundreds of valuable presents.

.' ,B. N. B. MILLER, Pres.P. .

S.-Here is a rare chance to make money. The orang : crop will

pay taxes, interest and part of principal yearly. : -

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Two Distinguished-South Carolinians New Two-Story Modern Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb. .
Shake Hands for First Timein I I Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . .. .. 30c. lb. .
Thirteen YearsA Peanut Crisp . . . . r. . . . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . 40c. lb.
-. I II I House, one block from Menthal Drops . . . . . . . 20c.. lb. Nougat . . .. .. . . . .. . . 40c. lb.

special to the Atlanta Journal :I Lucerne Circle. Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. -lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. Ib.

from Columbia, S. c.,'under date of I Gum Drops . . . . . . .. .. 20c. lb.Chocoate! Almonds '
Saturday, says: : Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows1; ;, (' "
"For the first time since they : "*'. :
Chocolate Grapes I Chocolate Creams
the floor of the United Helen Wright Owner -
fought on : Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts '
States senate, thirteen years ago, t
and other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios Almonds and .
Senator B. R. Tillman and John L : 113 AMERICA STREETIIMIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIieilMIIIIMMilHIIIIIIMt many Peanuts.Ice
McLaurin met and shook hands this :. Cream, $1.25 per gallon Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c.extra for delivering any
afternoon. Mr. :McLaurin was one of i quantity, Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one

the principal lie tenants of Governor I throughour factory. \* t ..-:"''-__ .
pany in the senate when McLaurin .
went into commercial 'democracy and : DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.
voted for the ratification of the treaty : Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . .. . . lOc.

of peace with Spain. I Sign Writer is in charge of Sign Department whose ; Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . .. . . . . lOc.
"Mr. McLauiin, now a state senator, I past experience. with some of the foremost of Ameri-. Beef Bouillon . . . . . .. . . .. . lOc. Hot Lemonade .
chatted with Senator: Tillman here to- : ca's sign makers, assures the highest possible grade of Hot Egg Malted Milk . .. . . . . loc. : lOc.
day for several minutes, and both appeared -!: ;' Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . .. . . . . . 15c.ayer .
to enjSy the reunion. They : work. When one makes big claims it is up to one to

came up together through the nineties I I I ; make good, but these claims should be weighed quite as Candy Co.
and the affection between them never I: ,
much for your sake as ours.
entirely disappeared in the years of i: 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
estrangement. Senator Tillman, accompanied ,'
by j Mrs. Tillman, went to I', H GEv.1 .. BAIL KF 1 t411 111111111111110111"011111 1.11' " " "I

his home at/Trenton, and will return I: .
to Washington next week." SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONLet .MlifMtitllllillMMMM I IMtMtlttllilMllillttlMIBIitlMilltlllttMinml

A ROSE PETAL FOR YOU I I us figure on your work for Orlando's Mid-Winter ; i The AltamonteALTAMONTE
I'' Fair. Supreffle Auto ml

There are fchree kinds of people in
., .
the tf;orld:
' The Wills,!the Won'ts and the Can'ts.| The oil that has beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlandoor A. C. L
The first Accomplish everything, : Iill l l mr .r !I R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served In interior
The secor d oppose everything, |[ stood the su- Florida. ,Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
The thirdf fail in everything. ; ; A SACRIFICE OFFER i i2J most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
-Friend's Calendar. preme test high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
I Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
9 and dollars will buy beautiful
Ten Hundred
u Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-
: __---
Take 'our repairing to Warman on'U corner lot 70x85 feet. High and dry, close in near park I' -- THAT ments. Orange ,and grapefruit grove free to guests.
Court s reet 12-5-tf E and lake. Also adjoining the above a brand new six Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
E room Bungalow, with bath room and ceiled basement. '
NOTICEOf Price, $2,200. Also adjoining, a nearly new twostorysix i' Gulf Gasoline
Appl ration far-Tax-Deed Under Section 8 room cottage, including auto shed and rose house. i oo GEO. E. BATES & SON ProprietorsSummer
ofl Chapter 4868 Law of Florida ( lot 40x117 feet, Price $1,900.00; or I will sell the whole ;r
NotkJ is hereby given that Samuel A. Rob (( property together for $4200.00 and allow dealers' com I Resort"The,Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
inson/f Orlando Fla. purchaser of tax certifttat. -
,j No. 1148 dated the 1th day of Aujrust.|I mission with terms. I mean business. No good of. E: 11111111111111.llllllllllllllllelllllllllllllllllllt
A .D.II&90, and tax certificate No. 176. dated,I fer refused. '
the 7/n day of June, A. D. 1909. has filed''I
app laid!//cation certificates for tax in my deeds office to issue and in ha accord-made j 11 I I E. N. COY. f P. WALTON, Agt. GIVE YOU A DOLLAR iitittiiittmiiiiiiiiBmi
ancwith law. Said certificate embraces the|'I 'I
fol'0/anw/wing County described Florida property to-wit:,No.situated 1148-wt in|I Corner of West and Ridgewood. i iID I If[ one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphur DRS j WM. HARPERHair
I/ block A. Davis addition to Orlando.tu- i_ J J r EI I PHONES 450269MIIIMIMMMIMMMIIIM Remedy fails to remove dan- (
/aaed in the name of J. W. Hendrickson: I 'druff or stop falling hair. Estes Pharmacy -
fNo. 17s-Lot 22, Canfield A Garrett's addition II I I' sells and guarantees it. 7-1w
to Orlando aueued in name of L. A. Hal-I .
loclu Unleis said shall be redeemed I:I < > Oldest Established Practice In
certificates W. T. ENTRICAN,
according the nth to day law..or tax March deed, A.will D.issue 1914.thereonon I WOOD, COAL AND ICE Painter and interior decorator. New Orlando '
nitneat REAl] THE SENTINEL L F FOR THE NEW < > 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stair
my official signature and seal this '
the 11th day of February A. D. 1914. I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. Consti tatloaand Ex.
II I workmen ,
(Seal) I B. u. ROBINSON. I Expert employed. amination FreeHMmiMMIIIIillBMMM :
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
Clerk Circttlt Court, Orange County Fla. I ].-21-lm i


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..ft c THE DAILY THE SEII'TINEL'S'BIRTHDAY guaranteeing, aside from a full IZZY[ INDIGNANT AT ACTS OF 104 1"I"I'IIIIIIIIIIIII'III'IIII'llllillllllllll

I I return in the service rendered, an institutional PARK VANDALSMr.

t South Florida Sentinel and community benefit
One year ago today the Sentinel
. MORNING AND WEEKLY published its first issue as a daily I whose value can not be estimated in Editor:-I haint took my pen

,r JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner paper. The first year of daily publi- mere dollars. in hand for a long while back havin Dickson-lves Co.

:N cation has been beset with sundry o so much to do a puttin up these here
, Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando FlocIda OFFERS PAR FOR PAVING BONDS and and a makingf
as Second Clan Man Matter. trials and tribulations, but upon accounting loquats kumquats
both sides of the ledger we marmalade. I cant help from wishin -
Mr. James Wright, of Denver, was eatin hadn't never
sometimes that
TO ADVERTISERS: ire happy to report that there has
before the city commissioners yesterday invented leastways it takes alight
other band-ie been more of sunshine than sorrow been ;
advertising Copy for mast display be handed in at the buitnesioffice md the success which has attended afternoon, to make an offer for of a woman's time when she DEPARTMENTAL STORE i

of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. nv infantile has the city paving bonds, which have would like to be a ridin in a auto or
the day before publication. This rule applies the; Sentinel's period 'I
U changes for contract advertising; it !it proved to the satisfaction of the pub- been authorized but the issue of which'a votin at ,the poles. I want to tell
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. validated. Mr.
has not been Wrightis somethin riled
that I was up;
isher that he was not wrong whenle )you A
a brother of Mrs. T. Picton War- about them hoboes a
when I heard
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: assumed that Orlando needed and

One Year .....................$5.00 would support a morning daily. "low, and since being in Orlando on a i iearin up things in our new park and
has been looking into both the rlanoo' inl
Six Months ............ :...... 25 The morning paper has a legitimate visit ; throwin brick bats at them swans favorite o I
I bond issues. He
t Three :Months....... .... .... 1.25In field, just as the afternoon paper has, county and city operates what looks so pretty a glidin over the
ny Advance. and we have never taken much stock!! a bond Brokerage house in, i lake and if I catch any of 'em at such! ,

Denver. Mr. Wright offered to ,take low tricks I'll march 'em to the ,
in the controversy between morningand mean I
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 19H. afternoon papers as to which had the city bonds at par, paying the cost calaboose even if I haint no policeman. -

the better of it in the affections of I of attorney fees and other items us- I says to my man I says tain'tno PLACE
Claude L'Engle has :ually incident to the marketing of a everyday imp that would
Congressman the people. Having had considerable : common I
in favor of woman's suf. bond issue. The commissioners referred graceful birdlike I
r come out experience on both afternoon and want to scare a pretty I
him to the bond trustees, no ,
I I hope Mayor -
frage. morning papers, the writer has found: swans. says ,
i action being taken. he catches
: Sperry won't sleep I
read and appreciate
o that the people t

; There are two things you must dif any paper which presents the news I L'ENGLE FOR WOMAN'S them tramps. I been a feedin aU
CLAUDE askin
kitchen door a Sale Gloves
you are male, white and twenty-one accurately and attractively The Sen SUFFRAGEIn that come my

-register and get ready for the fair. tinel's list of patrons has grown so I for a bite to eat and a saying thejcan't .
t heard tell .
work. I done
o large and there is such an insistent, answering a letter from Mrs. C. get no does all kinds of mischief ONE AND TWO BUTTON Suede and Lisle Gloves, in
demand for it that no doubt exists tramps
Old Brother Light of Marion county that the people want it and the success J. Huber, of Tampa, first vicepresident -I and thievin, even to breakin : shades of white, black, gray and chamois; lined and
for but i is of the Florida Equal Suffrage The next
: refuses to run congress in cemeteries.
of the venture made a year ago, I headstones unlined; all sizes. Regular value 65c. and 75c.
going to the legislature again. Seems is well assured. association, asking why he did not one that comes to my door is a gointo !
like we can't get up any interest in The welcome accorded this paper I vote in the Democratic caucus the get a ice cold reception and a tele-

that race over in the second. and the patronage which has sustained other night either for or against woman \phone call to the police; ain't that Special Price 23c16BUTTON

..l suffrage, Representative L'Engle I know ydu are
: editor?
3 o- it have not been the result of: correct Mr.
replied today that he did not attend for them imps of COTTON SUEDE GLOVES in black
There are many who would like to t beneficence or gratuities; it is in this on the lookout gray,
the caucus because he is opposed to will catch 'em if ; '
4 participate in Mr. Carnegie's millions reflection that the publisher takes peculiar and, that he is in Beelzebub and you and white; all sizes. Regular values 85c. and $1.00
" donated for the hastening of international satisfaction. The paper has I the secret caucus I can find 'em. Hopin you are on their
of woman's suffrage and will
peace. As long as the millions 1 been built upon merit; there have favor track,
it.-Ocala Banner. Price 39c16BUTTON
k last the enthusiasm for the white dove been; no special editions, nor specious vote for Yours Truly, Special I

t will be at white heat schemes upon which to fatten the IZZY BUTTIN. .
The Sentinel.
for Daily
n o while at the expense of advertisers or .. PURE SILK GLOVES, in black, white, ,

Harry Goldstein,who claimed the t the public ,treasury. Every dollar llttiMHMHMMfMHMHHMIMHIMIMMIIMIHMMoney. -- -- -- -- : I navy, gray; all sizes. Regular value $1.25
into the Sentinel
law which_has found way
credit for passing coupon
t till has been earned, and we II
which: was declared unconstitutional Price 59c
might add that much which has been Special
by three federal judges, and worse ,
earned hasn't as yet been turned into Loan
than that by several thousand merchants [ to .
is running for the legislature i its exchequer. It has required Unremitting -
work and to produce this
again. This time he has two planksin I care .. SALE OF EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS-25-inch, ina
that ina
]result, but when it is known
his platform. One is "Death to ,
! Loan Sharks," and the other "Home : year's time the Sentinel can justly .. M B M M MMM H MOn fine range of designs. Regular value 59c. and 65c.

1 lay claim to the largest circulation of .
Rule for Cities." The last plank is
of the same class in Florida Price 29c
i Special
any paper
all right, but John P. Stokes won his improved city
y we think it will be agreed that 1Men's
; political glory on his loan shark bill
I the work and care thus expended have
passed four years ago. What's -
:been well rewarded.The .
> of that, and how many loan
; Sentinel of today'is much better
;+ sharks has Stokes killed? property.mimminiHMMi.
than the Sentinel of a year ago,

o and we can promise our patrons that:

k Before us are two amusing state- when we celebrate our second birth- '
a visit to our new Men's Furnishing Department'twill -
ments about the state of Florida write day that it will be then as much bet-; YJV.A

ten by visitors who have returned to ter than the paper of today as this s. enlighten you as to that positive latest of what

their respective states from a visit exceeds in merit the first daily issued, will be "chic" and exclusive for the coming season.

among us. One says he spent some from our press. I t " " ' " '

time in a millionaires' camp in Or-
The past year has witnessed an .
%{ ange county on the Suwannee river; outlay of several thousand dollars for i 11111 III III 11110' 11111 11111 It A delivery to hand of the famous "Johnson & Murphy ;

he and says as for the oranges land is there a dreary were wastes none. mechanical equipment, chief of which'is R. L FOX Shoes for Men, on the new English lasts, in black !
the best
f a new press representing A. Y. FU t.IER
e He ridicules everything and saw noth- of its kind. The next year will see!I and tans, guns and patents

ing attractive whatever. He lives in other and greater improvements in, PALMS AUTO COREO i *
Virginia; let him remain there, but I THE
every phase of energy which goes into Specialty Priced $6.50 .
let him know that he doesn't know
the making of the paper.
what he is talking about. Of course MOTOR CARS h i
i' he never visit'ed Orange county, and The Sentinel is going to keep pace A large assortment of other makes at $4.00 to $5.00. ;
with the of Orlando and Orange -
from his descriptions it is difficult to county.growth The ambition and desire -, For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a FIRST CHOICE GOODS ONLY-NEWEST LASTS.Men's \

imagine what part of the state he did
I, see. The other returned malcontentsays of its publisher are to make it i full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof .

in the house where she omething more than a mere publicaion ; .
the pipes All our work is absolutely
; he wants it to be a vital factorn : competent repair men.
visited in Florida were frozen all the
the growth and progress of the i Neckwear
time she was there, and it was colder guaranteed.
ommunity.. From testimonials : ; t
? than in Michigan. Poor thing! It /
hat have come to him he is encouraged ; I
must be that she made the trip in the i
pre-cooling demonstration car sent to believe that the Sentinel has We have just received a shipment of the newest effectsin

out from New York for a tour already done much to induce invest-I'f' THE PALMS AUTO CO I Ties and Cravats, being the last word from New
Florida. What going nent in this rare section and ; : .
through are you
tier the material advancement of the' York. Prices from 50c. to $1.50.
i, a to do about such folks? They have I
:own and county. It is largely upon:, FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. I
c been to see, and they return and tell
this basis that he asks the continued I
..h thejr people what they've seen. Such I
will and assistance of the public e Dill H o+e
good 4 .tlutuewo I U Olll :
h stories hurt the state, no doubt; but I

h z maybe we can survive o them. B.atiCIIIIIIIIIIIII"I I I 1/ IMillilleryBepaflllt n 1

The state treasurer recently madea II

report, as he is required by law to

do, and some of the papers took occasion We are showing a handsome assortment of Nejw York's

to say many pleasant; and laudatory latest models in Tailored and Trimmed effects, Pan-

about the state treasurer,
things amas, etc., recently purchased by Mr. M rioli Ives
all deserved
Mr. Luning; perhaps they were

and we would not detract from when on his Northern trip-absolutely exclusive to

:' them, but as a matter of fact the Attractive Cut Glass this store. '

state treasurer has little to ,do with w

the showing made from his office; he MAKES THE TABLE LOOK WELL AND ADDS TO i ]

is a functionary, with his duties laid

out for him, and he needs only to be YOUR ENJOYMENT OF THE MEAL. .
honest competent

R state treasurer. The same may be DESIGNS WE ARE DISPLAYING JUST NO\V AND Grocery!;r BeIiartMeF n m\

said of nearly any other office. It MAKE SELECTIONS THAT WILL ADD TO THE COL- \

requires no great ability to be governor LECTION IN YOUR CHINA CLOSET OR THE PIECES .

for example; the, secretary of ... '
state and the executive secretary; THAT DECORATE YOUR BUFFET. F Do not forget that the special representative the ; ;
keep the governor straight, by pos- Richelieu Canning Company will be here the\latter I

sessing the knowledge of custom, and OF ARTISTICALLY DESIGNED ARTICLES HERE
of this month. Send name in early if you ; ;
. there is little left for him to ,do except THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO OWN part your

to follow the lines marked out desire her to call upon you. \\
for him, and this is what most governors r

do. It is only once in a great !,'";: "

while that some man gets into office ." '"
is than his job, and 'starts I ..
who bigger

;'s something.this the to voice suffragettes fact: his that own It President was that opinions.in he recognition was Wilson He not was free told of in, -- J.... C II 1 Our r Mail il Oiler r r n Beparithjt t

office to carry out the expressed will I I 4

of the party he represented, and not We pay postal, express and freight charges on all out-i .

to thing.suggest" With anything a Democratic or to "start majorityat any T Evans the Jeweler I town orders., Make use of the department, it i

his back, pledged likewise, it is essentially for your convenience.

not surprising that President Wilson /
has been able to put through his program -":TI1IS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

thus far. If he should encoun- Cade e Ave. Oilandn n

) ter an adverse majority in congress .

the test of statesmanship and gener. L!: 1!',: ""! ?EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING .

x S alship for Mr. Wilson would then I H i i IMH MM i HIM iiiiittitiiin '. ..tt'j

come. -...

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Pure Candy is More Than a | ROBINSON A STARKEY, Manager | THE :l :ol ARTLi'.

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. -I I Ii L,'

i Admission 5 cents .V..

Of course_, hundreds of people allover} the country DCHDGDBHDGDIBDCi>(HDCDBK>0 i. Mrs. Gleason'sAdvice .;

eat Candy just because they like Candy just to Program j p..

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also "Capt. Billy's Mate" (Bison) on How to Obtain anT

have done the same thing many times.If A 2-reel feature drama full of heart

we can convince you that pure candy is >"The Leper"interest.(Champion) :: lie M odit t Excellent Figure Th lie M ort t SN

healthful really beneficial from a Coop stand. drama.A is being successfully illustrated this
while. You can't :
point, why then you'll realize that your money is well show worth afford your to miss it. : week in our Corset section, with the ;

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort .. aid of the :4is

I i
A big private sale of Orange Park I

begins today at 2 p. m. and continues : T M o&1 t FRONT LACED COSSET The M odit t I'
: lie
BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN[ every day this week. A pleasing part she is greatly improving the appear-
of this sale is the fact that many of :
our local real estate men are to assistin I ance many women.

'ti' it. Their knowledge of property :

J The home of pure home-made Candies, and values will greatly assist the buy- : The Front Laced

t ers and the co-operating of a large :

Orange Avenue company like the Colonial Land com- '' Modart Corsets

pany with our local dealers ought to

1 work out beautifully. Our local men The Mo art is not only handsome in appearance j The MoJart O z

..111111111111111111,1111111111111111,1,11111111111 have found Messrs. Miller and Atkins, U but i is absolutely correct in shape i

officers of the company- who are located and perfect in workmanship. It is

here, both courteous and gentle- comfortable the
REMAINS OF W. always Irom moment t
T. SIMS SHIPPEDTO manly. President Miller has expressedhis
it is fitted.It .
GEORGIAAn desire to become a member of the t

WADE THE TUNERORLANDO newly organized Board of Realty cf + removes all pressure from the i

FLA. honorary escort from the Orlando. This spirit of cooperationis I back and nerves of the spine, gives J

Knights. Templar and Elks accompa- commendable and is in line the fine and
surely figure poise youthful

) nied Sims the to remains the 1:44 of train the late yesterday W. T. with Orlando the march as it of should progress be. in boosting TIlE[ MODART D appearance. TE[ MOART

Mr. Homer Floding arrived in Orlando afternoon. Mrs. J. W. Maynard, sister Mr. Miller, president of the com- Don't neglect visiting our Cor-1

last night from Key West. of the deceased, and Mr. Turner pany, has had a very wide experienceand set Section this week and become

H. J. Wordsworth,. of New I Evans, a friend, left on the same train has traveled extensively. His acquainted with the Modart and .
the visitors to Orlando for Jonesboro, Ga., the former horn opinion of Orlando is surely refresh- Mrs. Gleason.
York is among
of the dead
man, where the funeral
with the natural
ing. He, says resources -
today. will take place. Mr. Sims' mother,
of Orlando, the pretty lakesof
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who had been
arrivals at dear water dotted here and there,
Mich., is among the late visiting him in Orlando
was too ill
and the good clean pure water so easyto
the San Juan. to make the trip and remained with THE:
obtain, the soft balmy climate and.
L. Winn, of South Caro- the bereaved wife OD.ABTf
:Mr. Chas. and little son. Many the good wholesome class of peoplein

lina, is among the prominent arrivalsat beautiful floral tributes were sent. town, coupled with the activity of

the San Juan. Among the handsomer ones preparedby the merchants and bankers, the or-

1 Miss Madeline Hill was up from Florist Luther were: A red cross, ange growers and shippers and the

Narcoossee yesterday, the guest of four feet high, made of American vast possibilities of the large territory -

:Miss Berta Branch. Beauty roses, from the Knights Templar of farm lands about here should

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, ; a pillow of roses, carnations and I make Orlando one of the most won- i Thi
drier. Gem Barbvr violets, from the Blue Lodge of Masons tourists I
ftampoo, electric Idsrful: cities in Florida for .
1-2-tf and a large wreath of rose, !
Shop. .end: business men. There is no doubt
calla lilies violets
Mr. H. Edmund Swabey, one of and sweet allisyium that the future of Orlando is greater
from Mr. and Mrs. T. H .Evans. In .
Kissimmee's leading citizens, was a today than ever before and investorsnow
spite of the downpour of rain at the will be the to the harvest -
Orlando yesterday. reap
visitor to Orlando I time a large company of friends went Speaking of the need of a trol- Orlando's Largest Store
Mr. F. Ratcliffe arrived to the station and in this wise paid
Va. and ley here, he says: "Cities grow where h
from their last tribute
to the dead.
while here is making his headquartersat I they demand trolleys and it can not "
Did It.
be long before some enterprising Quality
the San Juan. AUDUBON i itill
. .
financier will have an up to date trol-
Miss Mary haycock arrived last BOOTH AT FAIR
make the and later the
night from Indianapolis, Ind., and is .- money IIIIIIIIIIMMHIIH 11111 11111 1I111 11111 11111 III II 111111111111111111111111"
local financiers will have the bondsat
the guest of Miss Elma Gettier on Mrs. Isaac Vanderpool, of Maitland, a good price. This will enhancethe

North Orange avenue. and Mrs. Algernon Haden, of Orlando, value of both center and outside
Philadelphia cream state and local secretaries of the DEATH OF PAUL EICHBERGERThe
Brick real estate, for with the trolley the

cheese, Pimento cheese, Swiss cheese,I Florida Audubon Society, _are making Country Club will be as .near to the
John F. !preparations for friends of Paul Eichberger -. I I.
Limburger cheese at an attractive boothto many
and I postoffice as Colonial Drive is now.
Cash Store, 2-11-3t be placed in the exposition hall will be sorry to learn of his death '
Empie's He recalls the day when 125th street,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Martin, of Chi- during the midwinter fair. This booth New York, was considered countryand which occurred in Yoakum, Texas, Fresh Eggs .
will be both instructive February 9th, at the homeof
cago, are included amcjng the recent and artistic, impossible. But the traction system Monday,
arrivals at the San Jtian. They expect and Misses Kitty Vanderpool, Nora soon made it as near to Wall I: his sister, :Mrs. Anna Pearson.

to remain several'days.! James, and Louise Calvert are to be I street as formerly was 14th street Paul was well known in Orlando, Special attention paid to custo- ;

present to answer questions and distribute [having lived here all his life until
Men's League will i before the traction system was inaug-
The Business when he left for mers who eat t t"t
Audubon literature. The rear three months ago, raw eggs.
tonight at their rooms overRowland's I urated. There is no question but Or-
meet of the booth is of dark green wallpaper Texas with the hope to regain his
store and it is ear- lando is about ripe for a trolley. '\
grocery which forms He leaves to mourn his lossa
desired that all members be a very effective Mr. Miller and his associates will
nestly I background for the brilliant colors of be at this big sale today and will give mother and four sisters and one Cheese Cheese aWe
present.For 1 the bird pictures pasted upon it. brother. He also leaves a wife and
a' nice, /clean shave, or an Bamboo and vines furnish a pretty away hundreds of beautiful gifts,suchas little daughter, Pauline, aged two w.
be in their'show window,
artistic hair cutr, try the 0. K. Barber setting for the can seen
street two doors from scene. 12 West Pine street. They will also years. have twenty different kinds j
Shop, on Booitf Dr. Blackman, the efficient presi- The bricklayers' union of Houston
2-7-6t be at their office in the evening from
Church street dent of the Audubon Society, has a took charge of the body and it will
7to7:30andfrom 8:30to12a.m.If of cheese. Call and see them.
Mrs. JeanfField Person will entertain capable corps assisting him, and much beautiful be buried there.
you want to see something -
auclion bridge on February has been accomplished
at during the
past ,
take a ride out in the company's
fthe honoree being her I year toward the
fourteenth preservation of bird
automobiles, leaving the lark at San The first car of tomatoes this sea-
guest, Miss Effie J or- life in this state. I
charming hcjise Juan hotel on these bu; ale days son was shipped from Fulford last

- from 1to2:30 p.m Saturday, about a month later than THE SANITARY GROCERY
41an.Mr.. J. of Lynchburg, Va.,I Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Palen, of Mag- I last year. The first car of cabbageswill I

the guest of the Orland. nolia avenue, have visiting them their'
in week.
is w'iace '1'EPIANO STORE FOR OCALA be shipped this '
Mr. Pace in the Old Dominion [i son, Lewis S. Palen, of Harbin, China.. CARUTHERS & GORE

is looking over this
:Mr. H. T. Lattner, formerly_ of Orlando Eat what want
section withp view of locating. On Thursday of this week all men you Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
who has been in Ocala for a Eat all you
Unity Ctrcfc this afternoon at Unity and women who are interested in the Take a postscript and forget it.
Bisiness meeting at 2:30.\\success of the Unitarian church are'':ouple of weeks, has definitely decidedto For sale by all druggists.
Chapel. / locate in this city, and will l-7-d&w.lyr
at 3 o'clock. AH invited to come to Unity Chapel and ; engagein CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Literary p gram
the piano and music business here.
in brlando who are interestedare help the committee who have in
visitors Mr. Lattner has rented the east one ]FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-FOR ftlMMQIIMIHMmtMMMMIMMMtMtMMIMIIHtSpecial
invited to be present. I j charge the care of the lot on which
the chapel is built. The lot will be of: the sample rooms at the Harrington TEN DAYSA
Will the lady who took a package Hall hotel, and is now having it house and lot; bath
;graded, trees and.grass seed planted. five-room
"by mistate from the counter of theWoman's !IA luncheon will be served fitted up for his business, which willie :and modem conveniences; hot. and
; Exchange return same. opened in a few days. cold water, and electric lights. House ..
good time is expected. call at -
Aew. For price,
Package fontained drawn work square' Mr. Lattner is accompanied by Mrs. comparatively 364.
I' No. 411 Boone street.
and two pillow, covers. L. G. McLean. Lattner, and this paper welcomes ;
!! Less than two weeks to the Bargains
) The regular meeting of the Equal them as residents of Ocala. I

Suffrage\ League will be held this midwinter counties fair at Orlando and all the Mr. Adams, owner of the Harrington LUTHER THE FLORISTCut .
morning Wednesday) at 10 o'clock, great preparations will use another store on the

it Unit f Chapel. All those interestedin to make good exhibits. Seminole front of the hotel, next to Keating & Flowers

tle cause are invited to be present county should get busy at once Co., as a sample room in place of the Cadillac $350 '
for we have the attractions and should Lattner.OcalaBanner. ROSES, VIOLETS, 1-Four Passenger
room rented by Mr.
j show them. There will be thousands
T1 /owner of the gold and white of people at Orlando from CARNATIONS, PANSIES, 1'

ScafAeft on the stage of the Lucerne of the country and no better every place part POTTED PLANTS 1-..Five Passenger Hudson $500

thaler after the "Living Pictures"TO j:;could be obtained to have a grand BEAUTIFULAnd

receive the same by calling at ;display of our fruits and vegetables healthy hair can be had by using These cars are in good shape, good t
Antoinette Slem- Davis' Sage and Sulphur Hair Rem-
th; home of Miss [and products of the
01;. Herald. farms.-Sanford. edy.Will remove Produces dandruff that soft and, fluffy stop falling effect. Good Wood - $1.50 tires and ready to run.

Mrs. J. H. Dean and child arrived hair or your money back. EstesPharmacy and $2.25
Better Wood $2
sells -it. 7-lw
from Richmond, Ky., and have found Eat what you want. !

Delightful accommodations at the San Eat all you want i Best Wood '- $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.
Juan. Mr. Dean is the new owner Take a postscript and forget it. Cash Registers. Warman fixes em 1
For sale all' .
by durggists. Court street 125tfOSTEOPATHY
land manager of the Orlando Telephone l-7-d&w-lyr on This won't last long,

If 'change Stock up while you can. All Night ServiceAJAX

Mr M. J. Floyd and daughter, Lou- Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, i

ise. of Hartford, with their friends, on Court street. 12-5-tf Orlando Wood Yard

Misses BeS8 Gorton, of Hartford, and I DR. J. C .HOWELL TIRES don't cost any more and are guar-

Ins Mas rg, of Washington, D. C., Ar..TID-Two honest, reliable, and Hours, 1012, 3-5, and by appointmentNo 104 W. Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.Eating ..
are visiting at the home of his brothr neat appearing girls for ice cream extra charge for house treatment (
stand during fair week. Write at B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor -.
0. fc Floyd, on West Living. once to R. G. White, Winter Park, Telephone connections I
on avenue '\.. Fla. 2-11-31 Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes.t .
L A t

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just inside city limits! Equally .
ilMIIIIMMMtmiMIIIMMMMIIiililMMIHIMMiNew geod for pasture or trucking pur FOR REN'l liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitniMiiii
poses. For price, call on ,or address,
Miss Bernice Smith, Orlando, Fla. A FIVE-ACRE TRUCK FARM in
1-30-2 Orlando for rent. Apply to 307 5
East Pine street. 2-8-6t
FOR RENT-Two nice light house-
Five-room bungalow; three spacious keeping rooms; close in; $16.00 per
Y ArrivalsRatines .piazzas; sleeping porch, and all modern month. 206 E. South St 2-8-3t California BungalowsOnly
I improvements. 506 Lexington St.
1-15-lm FOR RENT-Large attractive room
s in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. one left to sell
Eponges, Crepes, Poplins, TerryCloth 2-4 tf
, I THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round
; Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies timber; cut over once; three acres Fine Location. Large Lot
EIGHT-ROOM furnIshed house
cleared and planted in orange and ; gas
; Home. Journal Patterns at grapefruit; lake front and beautiful and electric, Lake lights.Eola.205 E..Robinson 12-23-tf Built and sold four Bungalows in less
location for a home; one mile and a avenue on
quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. than three months.
Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with
y McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT privilege of light housekeeping.Best Good values are soon discovered.
location on Lake Eola. 217 4
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEForreal Robinson Ave., East. 2-7-3t ,
estate in Orlando or close by, I I. Price $2750
STORE a large ice cream factory and bakery, WANTED-To buy a 12 or 15 H. P.I.
steam engine, mounted, and a small
1 Inspect No. 5 Bungalow :today.
: I portable saw mill, at once. AddressC.
128 S. Orange Ave..MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIMMi. ''tanks and sales of six to eight hun- J. Tyner, 312 W. Church street.
:dred gallons per week, all sold in town 2-7-3t .
[I where made, which is one of the best .
summer towns on Lake Michigan; a FOR RENT-Large, well furnished\: FRED. B. DALE Owner
suitable business for persons having a room to persons wishing suburban -
winter business in the South. Any,\accommodations; also 2 acres
person interested can see interior pho. truck land, close in. Good opportunity :
{ tographs of this place, by addressin: for right person. Address "A,"\1 306 Anderson Streeti
a ,.\J. S. Colvin, Orlando, Fla. 2-4-t fj i Sentinel. 9-8tf

illARD No matter which way the wind 1"11111.111111111,111,11111..111111.,1.,1111' i -
lows it always makes somebody happy I OlillllMHHHUIIPIMTUTP

REGISTERED[ [ IN DUVAll somewhere.The See Corner I WATE !

a. people who follow the crowd I

to Be Made by Commit never have the pleasure of planning It is time all housewives should begin to take notice.

tees Appointed to Canvass things. Lake and Anderson Our lable on your package bears the distinct mark of

House to House PURITY. .

The Florida Metropolis said in yesterday's -
Streets such articles as VANILLA and LEMON Extracts, Mustard -
that a meeting was to
paper Tumeric Cinnamon, Black Pepper, Red
Cloves ,
).* held in Jacksonville last night to MUNNIMAKERS ,
appoint committees to'make a house Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale, For Pepper, Sage, Whole and Powdered Nutmeg, Allspice,
Rent, eta, for this column. 25e for one day. and Ginger, you should use the same reason and judg-
i 10 house canvass to see if negroes SOc for three ddys, or $1.00 for one week for 1,1.1111111111.,11,1111111,1.1",1",11111,1",1
being registered, the charge having 25 words or less. Money must accompany ment you do in buying your
the advertisements for this column, as no I
been made that such was the case. insertions will be made on credit ;I OLIVE OIL.
FOR SALE-The best real estate bar- MISCELLANEOUS
y It is understood that it will be the -- FOR- -SALE' u'l gain in town, either for investmentor I You buy your OLIVE OIL from us because yon know .
: purpose of the committee to employ home. For particulars, call on WANTED-General servant. Apply to
Oil. This same purity applies every
it is Pure Virgin
C. S. Hamblin Rowland's 404 E.
owner, Central avenue. 210.3tLadies'
-tectives to investigate all the names i
FOR SALE-If you wish to purchasea Grocery. 2-7-6t other article. A few drops of OUR EGTRACTS
c,i the registration list, making a house and lot try No. 9 East Liv- hair dressing, massage, of other make.
will far fts a teaspoonful some
ingston avenue. It is for sale. 7-6t ; go
use to house canvass and to ascer- I FOR SALE shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
4 ..in just what is what. FOR SALE-Three drakes and 17 One two-horse wagon; one two-seat Shop. 1-2-tf Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 3 Oz. Bottle 25 cents.
Citizens throughout the county havebeen thoroughbred Indian Runner spring wagon; three wagon horses. Pure .Vanilla Bean Extract, ,6 Oz Bottle, 50 cents.
r notified of the meeting tonight, Apply at 206 East Church dUCkS'1: Cheap.l-31-2w R. E. Kelsey, Oviedo, Fla. WANTED-Good girl for general Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 12 Oz Bottle, $1.00.
2-6-3t house work. Call 549.
representative at- /
rnd a lame and .
FOR SALE 2-10-tf
:: v ndance is expected to result. FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade I Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; perfectly -J
1 It is further asserted by some lead- citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando I,i gentle, and free milker. Can WANTED-Permanent postion by experienced -
lag negroes that illiterate members of and Oakland brick road, and 21-2!be seen at Oak Knoll farm.. Fogg & lady stenographer. References -I DeLaney & Abernethy
miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. furnished if desired. Address"C
!eir being registered and I
race are Orlando, Fla. "
._ 1-31-tf care Sentinel. 2-10-3t DRUGGISTSt.II..I..II.II.IIIIIIIII..IIIIII..IIIIIII.I.II.t
F the words "white" and "Democrat" - .
; ded after the name to be used later AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a price AUTO BARGAIN WANTED-Man with horse or mule
you can afford to pay to own it. Late Studebaker roadster, perfect who take care of and liveon
ii which to vote white repeaters.This 311 North 127tflFOR I can grove
de- avenue. condition, guaranteed. Original price place. He may also care for other
will be
phase probed by SALE-Two good lots, 50x150. $800; for immediate sale $350. Leav- groves as this one will not require
n. t ctives.I Will sell two for $600. Two blocks ing city. Wm. R. Cunningham, Wil- constant attention. Apply Jas. E.
a west from Orange avenue. Inquire of lola hotel. Phone. 2-10-3t Crawford, city. 2-10-tf Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
'J ORLANDO IT'S THE SENTINEL C. B. Lamsen, 202 West Amelia Ave.
2-8-6t I LAKE EOLA LOTS WANTED good young girl to assist -
THAT GIVES THE NEWS FIRST We will put on the market Febru- with housework. Apply to 307 !
FOR SALE OR i\ENT-With stock ary 16th 22 lots overlooking Lake Broadway. 2-6-6t
y. and tools, best farm in county; variety Eola, comprising some of the most I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with (
The Daily Morning Sentinel is fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- desirable building sites in Orlando. YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West, street, north.
printed at night after the big news of I to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- Our agent, H. C. McDaniel, has been ring 448 for the Arcade Press- Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf instructed to put such prices on these ing Club. The boy will call. Club
Q the day is all in. It is delivered inc six-room bungalow oil finish, double verandas. Special
I I lots as will sell them. We want our rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a ;
tILe morning and its readers furnished I II! FARM LAND ':money and they are bargains. See cialty.' sPe-1, heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
': with the latest news from all partstf I I 120 acres, near Orlando, must be.H. C. McDaniel for prices. Wilson & ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
the world. $5.00 a pear; $2.50 six!! sold. Make me an offer. C. D. Chad- Toomer. 2-10-6t LOST-Gold crescent set with pearls, furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
H months; 50 cents a month; 10 cents a wick, 19 W. Church St., Orlando, Fla. FOR SALE yesterday, somewhere between 413 House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
vsek., 2-6-6t Farm of ten S. Main street and Windermere hotel house I
twenty acres acres lots connect at the corners, with rose between.
Finder leave at Miss McKee's at 413
acres cultivated. 21-2
FOR SALE SEven: offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake S. Main and receive liberal reward.
Don't grumble. The most unfortunate Six hundred acres timber land, and Davis. Good wire fence on three 2.7-3t Open to all.
,ten acre orange grove, with two miles sides. Small new house and well.
dass of people living upon this:i of lake shore, near Winter Garden, About 15,000 feet of saw timber. TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO E. N. COY
green earth are the grumblers. They:one of the greatest trucking and Land all dry and suitable for truck- Chiropodist for both men and wo
t rob home of its joys, society of its citrus centers of Florida. The orange ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to I men. Manicure, pedicure, face and 307 West St., Norib.Orlando
't;: dues, and themselves of the best crop will pay interest on the whole work it and will sell at a bargain. scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. t
things of life. investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin,j Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over
; owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 1-12-lm-dozw Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-1m " 111111111"11"1"11111111111111111111'1111111

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Will l offer for the next few days a few of their, I '

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: < Opaque Shades Regular 60 Cents Kind Now 35 Cents.
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. : ::';'.' =. : : ; ; National Springs, Regular Price 4,50, Now 2.95.. ,


,.t:. Good Full Size Mattress, $3.50 Kind, Now 175. .

., .' j : ,' ,.; ; 45 Pound Reel Edge Cotton Mattress, Others Price $6.50, Ours 5.15We \; .

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; wishes to announce to the public that the hotel -* .

will be open for business Feb. 10th ,:1-- n '

/ Although not quite completed we are prepared :: / &

' to give first: : class meals and have sixty rooms , iJ:

with baths ready for occupancy. >' = {
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FROM TilE OLD MAX'S GRAY When some people take a day off I Don't imagine that your problems I .'....IQI.III.ttllll.eIIIJ. tt.IIII to llt.. '
MATTERA for pleasure they look as if they were I are not common ones. Cooper $ Atha
with two sweethearts must
man '
attending a funeral-they are so se-
I have as much trouble in managingthem that 114 South Orange A\enue. THE MARKET I'
rious about it.Friendship. Be dead sure you are right
with twins.
as a woman .
before you get emphatic.The Ground Floor.

One admires the straightforwardand MembcXof the Real Estate Of Cleanliness Of '
sincere man, but he wants to be doesn't depend upon man that goes around lookingfor .
Exchange.We -
diplomatic at the same time. money or good looks, as some people trouble is seldom ready for trou-
may think. ble when it comes. offer the following bargainsfor FRESH AND SALT MEATS :...
Some people can cling to a hope this week: FISH AND GAME t
when nothing short of a miracle can I MmMMtttitiiiiiiMiiiiimiiiiiiimMONE ..' Five acre tract near town; good % ..
change conditions. citrus land. $50 per acre. : Kept under the best sanitary conditions. .

About everything has just so many Ten near acre city limits.corner Big on hard bargain.road : Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
hard days to straighten out. ORLANDO OPERA[ HOUSE S[ grove.Choice location$1,000. for home and : and pure. r"

We invite inspection and
Five acre grove; 230 grapefruitand guarantee satisfaction. We have :.
think that would
One might women NIGHT ONLY orange trees seven years everything in the Meat Line. tIt
get tired of the constant and quick I
old; choice budded fruit. $2,200. ,
changes that Dame Fashion calls
them to make. But they don't. SATURDAY Feb. 14thThe Full bearing grapefruit and orange
grove; good buildings; The PARLOR MARKET ;:
eight year old budded trees. i
i Few men have the courage to fath- Novelty Amusement Co., Presents Price $4,500. "
all their mistakes. Ten fine citrus and H.
acre garden M. Self & Co.
Daisy Leroy, The Woman of Mystery land, well fenced; new five room
bungalow; near town. Big bar PINE STREET 4
Dr. BucKmaster supported by her own specially selected gain, only $2,200. .
company of singers, dancers, comedians, 'ye have a complete list of both r Phone No. 80 :.
novelty acts, city and country property, some
eopathic Physician of which are rare bargains. 5 HIII..I..." ...MIIimillllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIyniHinnMio
i 'Sketch Artists, Etc. '
_ 132 Orange Avenuet
The only attraction of its kind in the world. .nMmtiiiMt>HitmttittniiCB .MmiiMtmiiMinititmNew .,
door to People's Bank, Miss Leroy will answer all questions from the stage f,I,
p-stairs. Acute and chron- free. II you are doubt ask Miss Leroy.
diseases treated.Telephone I .\
Prices only 15-25-35 cents.lltlMMMtttmmillMIOMHIIMIM. r

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Goods Arriving Daily I

:HEY MUST GO t .y./.'

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We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Wjiiter= Coats, Wool Dresses made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's able Linen and Towels.
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.r

and Coat Suits & Co. Best place in the city to trade,

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Your. choice, oi any $20 to $45 Coat at . . .; '. $9.98 : W. M.SLBMONSORANGE .

Your 'boice 01 any 12 to 15 Coat at ; .'''f. 5.98 II. I AVENUE,44.HOmIIIII.I1Nqa.u.mm.I.mmImIImft.r
Your fhoicc oi any 5 to 10 Coat at 2.98 .+ $ ,$, +.
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I I New Spring goods coming in makes it imperative that j OrlandoJVater -

we'close out all our winter goods at once. Some swell gar- : :
m nts here that will be sold at ridiculously low prices. | \ & eight: Co

]/ Better come in and see. :

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II WI 'INI ''IM IHI+II !i L lin, 1 1411'iil1 4, t1. Ih li.liN i. ,IiI Ni 11i Ui u i uq l 1 111 dill +' I !i
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Substitutes Sweets for Drinks and
h Cigars in Race for Aldermanin
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:; THE'SIMBMOFOWANDO'' Chicago, Feb. 10.-Candy has taken -f

the place of campaign cigars and cof-

\ .a/ vote fee wagons getters will in Chicago's rival the aldermanic saloon as OTkrv @ !B jll flII

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,, campaign, which will come to a cli.
\. max at the April election.
Thomas H. Donoghue, candidate for S Per iE CsatOnly t S
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'. } alderman in the Twenty-eighth ward, ( ( !

x .. 'II- distributed more than one thousand
" boxes of sweets to the women who

; '- attended a political meeting at whichhe
LONG ESTABLISHED was the speaker last night. a fay 1 JtV offer: than to

4SAFCCONSERVATIVEA000MMODATING :Miss Marion R. Drake, candidate,

against for alderman Alderman in "Bathhouse the First John"ward = you at Par and mlarost. Donomitions u .

CONSERVATIVE BANKING POLICYIt Coughlin, announced today she would

employ coffee wagons in her cam- i $100 anil up,
paign. Free coffee and rolls will be

distributed from the wagons during

the cold weather. I -,
has always been the established policy of the State :Ill -- ,

Bank of Orlando to exercise conservatism in the manage- MISS CROOKS ENTERTAINS FOR /I n f
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ment and handling of all banking business. :

We rill be to '!{ '
We believe that this prudent feature is appreciatedby Miss Grace Crooks, of :Montreal, pleased help] _

entertained informally yesterday afternoon -
our customers, as attested by increasing business. make Income 1
in the attractive winter homef you up your

her father, on East Central avenue = E1t

her guests being invited to meet Tax Return .
Mrs. Barron, of Mount Vernon, N. Y.
No program was arranged, the

3 guests occupying themselves in nee- 1

dlework, bridge or conversation, and
the; pleasant scene was in happy con- { .

trast to the dreary weather out-of- "It is a pleasure to serve you."
i doors.
Mrs. Wm. Greene and Miss Carrie

Dade assisted Miss Crooks in serv- .

ing afternoon tea, sandwiches, ice E
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cream, cake and bonbons.The .
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,S MR., AN MRS. BUMBY ENTERTAIN MRS. HUTCHERSON HOSTESS AT many from attending, but those present : NI n q 'i i i!; il'111 i l' (!p f'' qnl'91'I II 'I'' h!CI Iii III(NII IIIIiiINi,li I'j'+i;'Ii Ih Ipu'i.j./ ,I I d uI I'I'!1 '+h';ilk'+''''lI' II!I li I i i h'I I Ilh ll h is.I,' !:i.l, II;+'11 I I li' Neal p'I''"'i''1 "I nfi. I i i I'I'llMMMMMIIIMMMMMtMMMMMIM I'i' 1 I I n I I (i',

AT CARDS TEA ROOM LUNCHEONMrs. included :Mrs. Shinn, Mrs. Cou- ii IIININiI I ,il'I! 6I III i'il I i l I r.l'I.. '! III .I Id ., hl n I I'i 'I?lel I 1i6dii! ,I i.. fr

dert, Mrs. Foran, Mrs. Greene, Mrs.
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host and hostess for a prettily ar-; was hostess at the Tea Room yester- Claire Robinson, Rossiter, Bird, Mary .

., ranged card party last evening, given day for a very enjoyable mid-day McCullough, Carrie Dade and Mar-
in compliment to their house guests, luncheon, her guests being Mrs. Mc- guerite Robertson.

Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Brookmeyer, of Callie, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Sturgeon, i
'' Indianapolis.In Mrs. McGehee and Mrs. Devine.In .
anticipation of St. Valentine'sday these special luncheons, as in the AUCTION BRIDGE CLUBYesterday's
the decorations were in red, large various other entertainments given .

howls of red roses, poinsettias and under her care, :Mrs. Cornish attends
rain did not dampenthe
ferns forming a brilliant background personally to detail, the de

ardor of the Royal Auction bridge
f;r the gay groups at the card ta- lightful results
attesting not only her club, its members, with several wel- DAY
proficiency also
5 a thoughtfulnessand .
come guests, meeting with Mrs. Ed-
"Five hundred" was the game at tact which have made the Tea
wards who made the afternoon de-
three tables, while at five tables auc- 'Room increasingly popular.
lightful for all present.
tan bridge was played. Some beautiful flowers _
and dainty
The dainty guest prize was
The hostess, aided by her sister-in- hand-painted pre-
place cards formed the sented to :Mrs. Fiske, the other guestsin Wednesday Feb. filth
law, Mrs. Alf Bumby, served a deli-}J table decorations yesterday, and attendance being Miss Wood, Mrs. ,
= cious cream course, with cakes, salted the
r among good things enjoyed by Hal Beardall, Mrs] Calder and Mrs. *
dmonds and punch, to the guests,j the sextette after the
merry excellent
whom Dr. and Mrs. Hal( McEwan; the regular members being the sale in the E G Duckworth's
rraong were ;soup course, were roast chicken, Mesdames Brittain, Palmer, Woodruff, At big closing out
JJoardall, Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Alters,';creamed potatoes, rice
croquettes, to-
Davis, Sylvan McElroy, and Laughlin.Mrs. old stand.
Ifrs. C. G. Wescott, Mrs. Carr, Mr. salad, strawberries ice
Imato cream Davis proved the most suc-
and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Sr., Mr. and.and cake.
cessful of the contestants, receivingthe
.Jllrs Joe Bumby, Mr. and Mrs. Walter -
Wescott, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph II.MRS. BRODWATER ENTERTAINS club prize.At 500 Pair
the conclusion of the games, de-
Yearby, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester May-1 JUNIOR MATRONS' CLUB _
licious cake, olive sandwiches and tea
3 -, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr., -

Mrs. Alf Bumby, Misses Mary Lay-f The Junior Matrons' bridge club were served.

o cock: of Indianapolis, Elma Gettier, held a delightful meeting on Mondaywith of Boys Misses and Children's Shoes au t18
luta Lawton, Ada Bumby, Willie Per. Mrs. Thomas Brodwater
i in, and Messrs. Stewart Kivett, Ces- tables of players including three sub- MUCH INTEREST Oxfords---all styles and leathers, almost giveh

ta: and Lawrence Lawton Frank ,
stitutes, as some of the regular mem. \
F Guernsey and Tiff Hammond. bers could not attend. Miss Ada The "Better Babies" contest promises away. *
Bumby played for Mrs. Dunn, Miss to be one of the most interesting

COUNTRY CLUB DANCE TAKES Glenn for Mrs. Weathersby, and Mrs. r competitions ever held in Orlando, $3.00 Shoes or Oxfords $l.bs
PLACE TONIGHT Joe Bumby for Mrs. DeWitt Miller. 'and is unusual in that the prizes are

S The honors of the occasion were won 'to be awarded solely for healthy and 2.50 Shoes or Oxfords 149

,0. Ml preparations are benig made by Mrs. Fishback. not merely pretty infants. The Civic

fc; a delightful dance tonight at the Later in the afternoon, Misses Wil- League has made careful arrange- 2.00 Shoes or Oxfords fi)8c)

( )entry Club, and a large crowd will lie and Jean Person, Miss Ruth Mc- ments for the contest, and is distrib- :
<"-'abtless gather for this event. Ilvaine and Miss Essie Jordan joined i uting instructive literature of much 1.50 Shoes or Oxfords ' .69c}

With Mr. LeRoy Giles as chairmanc the merry group, all enjoying the I value to mothers. All contestants
: the committee in charge, and with daintily served sandwiches, creamed I must be entered before February 15th, 2.00 Ladies Canvas Pumps i'c

f o-J music arranged for, those who oysters, olives, asparagus tips, etc. and must be examined either by the .

attend will find a most pleasant even- Mrs. Louis Dolive is to be hostess I family physician or by Dr. Porter, and a lot of other red hot bargains. Look for the big sign
i. a provided. next week. who has consented to aid the committee -
I from the league in their under. across the front.

n, the news reliably told in the Word comes that another much taking.

Daily Sentinel. Delivered at your needed business in Citra is a nice'I --a- -r'

door every morning before breakfast barber shop that has recently been The Sentinel has all the news worth.
for 10 cents a week, in advance. opened there. I while.

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Souvenir Spoons : I:S:I .i,."iiiI'II." MiMBMIMt> M M .

o 0 STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN the spring term, which offers a reviewin I Any teachers who not attt-
We have a large and complete line all subjects necessary for a first,'this course, but who anCar igibIe, .

Advantages for the second or third grade certificate, there'I'be allowed to apply ,for this Spf
Offers Special will be classes for those desiring to examination at the College!
State and Orlando in J.
Spoons I
Spoons Teachers
Training of Women prepare for the state primary certifi when they have filed :their-1 cre \
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iI cate. The course will last three tials. I

Come and see. Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 10, 1914. I f months and the examination will be \J

Whatever preparation the women of held at the close of the term. Stu- F:
o 0 Florida wish to make for their ad- dents will have the advantage of the AT FAY

vancement in the teaching professionthey entire equipment of the college. --

will find that the Florida State ; To be eligible for this examination Red Eagle, Sky

r ALLEN & CO JewelersEverything College for Women provides the best.teachers must have had three years':I Blue Shirt, formerly Eagle of Miller and C B
in the
} instructors that can be work.secured :experience in regular primary work i"101" Ranch, in all the Indian dan
state for any special in a graded school and one year'snormal i I and rope tricks. The greatest

No fees, no tuition, in any Spring{ training, or they must have i highest salaried Indian team "in an the

6n anteed. Review Courses. !had five,years' experience in primary I!I South, at the Favorite .
Reliable i theater th
? Board, including room, heat and work in a regular graded school in balance of the week,
'--'- i! b J light, is only $13.50 per month. the state. tonight. fit '.-
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'Along with the teachers' course of

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