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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.
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Publication Date: January 14, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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GREAT MIDWINTER SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME.


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



VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1914. NUMBER 289.





PLANS i0 MAKE NEW Y VORK K HARBOR A CITY OFFICERS CHOSEN O BY![EXECUTIVE OFFICER Of VILLAGES.f BURIED AND THOUSANDS



,I CITY COMMISSIONERS SHIPPERS' l LEAGUE\ t HERE


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.. JANSEN ELECTED CLERK AND RENTS RESIDENCE ,FROM COL.

TREASURER, BOONE ASSESSOR F. X. SCHULLER AND LOOKSAS -

MAYOR MITCHEL 'I APPEARS GAS COMPANY 10 HAVE CHANCE E ETO I RAMSEY AND ENGINEER COLLECTOR, IF ORLANDO WILL BE lE VOIDS FIRST TERMOF f JAPS AT KAGOSHIMA SUF-


BEFORE COMMITTEE I \ OFCONGRES IMPROVE SERVICE[ t hitherto HEADQUARTERS CIRCUIT COURT T FER TERRIFIC CALAMITY

$ Officers not elected by the
Following the meeting of the Grow- FROM ERUPTION
city commission| were announced yes

Commissioner Robertson Says That terday at the conclusion of; the commission's ers' and Shippers' League directors tobe Case Against F. W. Wilmott Charged

Complaints Come Only From sitting', as follows: held in Jacksonville Thursday I it With Murder Nolle Prossed

ASKS FOR GIANT AMOUNTWANTS Certain' Sections :of City will be known if Orlando is to be
Clerk and tre; surer, Carl Jansen. for Lack of ,Evidence CAME WARNING\
I headquarters for the league.
Assessor and :ollector, C. A. Boone.

The gas company is to be givenits Engineer, G. R. Ramsey.It The fact that S. Lloyd Tenney, who Sanford, Fla., an. 13.-For the first
is to be the, executive officer of the
AN IMMEDIATE APPROPRIATION day in court and allowed time to was a for gone conclusion that time in the! history of Sanford and COLUMNS OF SMOKE AND FLAME

OF MORE THAN prove whether the quality of gas is inferior Mr. Boone and }Ir. Ramsey would be league, has moved his family to Or- Seminole county a regular session of
SHOT UP FROM CRATER
l and has taken lease residence ACCOMPANIED -
or if 'local conditions are responsible -' *. ancjo a on a the circuit
retained, but thg electi< i of :Mr. Jansen court: is being held. The
THIRTEEN MILLIONS TO i' here is taken rather conclusive BY
for that have as EARTHQUAKE -
{the complaints
as city clerk co" .:s as a surprise. town is filled with visitors from far
BEGIN GREAT WORK been made to ;ihe city commissioners. |''it I tI evidence that the question is tobe SHOCKS
I was underst that the commission' I T and near, and the importance of; San

Commissioner H. Clark Robertson, ':, was cast: g about for a suitable ecided in Orlando's favor. ford as a county seat is being exem

Special to the SentineLWashington who is handling the complaints filed I I Mr. Tenney has taken the house at Special to the Sentinel
Jan. Mayor John man to fill .ie position of clerk since plified.
-
I 203 'Ridgewood owned Col. Tokio, ian.13.-A tidal wave added
Mitchel of New York appeared witn the commissioners Wednesday!Mr. L. Wichtendahl declined the office, avenue, by Judge James Wt Perkins, of De-

Purroy the rivers and harbors committee by Col. Pliny Norcross, stated yester-j(I but it was not known that the choice F. X. Schuller, and was bdsy movinginto Land, who presides over the seventh its terrors to the earthquakes and vol-
before canic which struck
here today, and out- day that he had made a preliminary'investigation i I i had fallen upon Mr. Jansen. the residence yesterday. When judicial district, is in the chair and eruptions Kagcnshima
of congress in southern Japan, yesterday,
asked for statement Mr.
for the development of and was inclined to I The selection of :Mr. Jansen for the a Tenney the state is represented by Cary D.
lined plan
a official advices .
said according to today.It
New York which will makeit think that the fault with the gas in : position will likely meet with general : Landis. Circuit Clerk Douglass is
the port of is believed here that the
"I shall leave afternoonfor Kago-
in the world. the northeastern section of the city,j approval. He is regarded as be- tomorrow the busiest man in this section.
the greatest shima disaster will be
I Jacksonville to attend prove to one
later lunched with the from whence the complaints came,'ing peculiarly well qualified for the a meetingof The first item to be taken up was
The mayor the directors of the and of the most serious in Japan's history.
was due to water in the pipes, or some 1 duties league,
As of the scheme and will readily fit into the po- the selection of a grand jury, the fol-
president. a part The loss of life and increases
''I after that I will be at liberty to makea property
other condition which did not
of New neces- sition. It will be a surprise to many, lowing residents of the county being
which he advocates as mayor with fuller from the .
statement the matter. I news scene.THOUSANDS
York he asked for an immediate appropriation sarily indicate inferior gas. In any however, that Mr. Jansen acceptedthe concerning chosen: Jones, Hodges, West, Lee

of from the event, this was the explanation made : place. He is in the real estate can only say now that the prospectis McClure, Cameron, Erickson, Black-
$13,500,000 !( that Orlando will be selected but OF HOMES BURIED
saying that the by the representatives of the company business, and since the requirementsof welder, Venable, Karnatz, Bolton,
national government
I I t not the action of the IN ASHES
of New York would cede $1,000- and time will be given to see if the position of clerk are such as can anticipate Whitten, Cruse, Hart, Thomas, Bar-
state and for that Nagasaki, Jan. 13.-Indications today -
of for the improvement this diagnosis of the trouble is correct to demand all of his time, he will be directors, reason can nett, and Slack. Venable was chosen
000 worth property I make statement in are that the death list from the
positive regardto
and that private ,interests forced to give up other business. Mr. no foreman and Karnatz clerk. The petit
the earthquakes and volcanic disturbances
matter.
will, Commissioner Robertson qualified I Jansen served once as secretary of jury is composed of Walker, Hickson,
and the municipal government around will into the
The has been Kagoshima run
in the next several years, spend approximately his first statement by saying, how- the Board of Trade, and his recordwas league organizedamong Klausen, Forster, Fortier, Howard, thousands.

on wharfageand ever, that it might be that the gas such as to recommend him for all the growers of the state Wolf, McCully, Pope, French, Polla,

$60,000,000 mains were not sufficiently- large in future honors. for the primary purpose of securing Cameron, Marshall, Richardson, Bran- Kagoshima, which is almost com-

harbor improvements. that section, and if this was the cause better freight rates and hipping fa- pletely buried in volcanic ashes and
Mr. Boone's intimate knowledge of non, Lane, and Wicker.
Mitchel said that the policyof j
Mayor j stones, had a population of 60,000 at
the
of the trouble it would be speedily cilities and to expedite paymentof
values and land
of New York is to acquireits descriptions in and I The following attorneys from over
the city the last census. The population of
remedied for larger mains \ ere now about Orlando cause his claims. There are other objects, the state are in attendance
appointmentas : Spark-
and improve it to i!
waterfront
own .the island of Sakura the
adjoining ,
these chief. The
the tendency to private being laid, the work having begun assessor and collector to be eminently but are organizationis I j man, of Tampa; Giles, Davis, Robinson -
forestall against
and center of the disturbance, is given as
monopoly. Monday on Amelia street.PEOPLE'S appropriate. It may not be a strong one, represents sev- Starbuck, Jones, and Massey, of .
15,000.On
{stating it too strongly to that he eral thousand growers. I Orlando Bly DeLand Baldwin Jack-
,
The city also proposes, the mayor say ,- ; ; this island hundreds are reported -
NATIONAl BANK DIRECTORS4 is better acquainted with the condi- sonrille Long of Stark
channel thirty feet ;
says, to create a i to have perished beneath the ._'
deep at mean low water through East ELECT OFFICERS tions for filling this position than any JUDGE BERT FISH SENTENCES GRAVES The most, important business of the streams of lava from the volcano of 1

that going steamers ':other. The commissioners will sit as day was the nolle prossing of the
river, so ocean IN t CRIMINAL COURT Sakura-Jima.
Long Island sound I a board of equalizers, and under this case against F. W. Wilmott, who it
through
may pass The annual meeting of the stockholders Many more were undoubtedly i
arrangement the city's assessmentswill was alleged killed Ollie Sweet in San-
and out into the Atlantic ocean. and directors of the Peoph's Judge Bert Fish, of DeLand, from drowned while attempting to escape. ;
probably be rearranged ford four The position
on a more
years ago.
National bank was held last night in |! the bench of the criminal court of Vo-. Doctors have started to the scene ;
i s satisfactory basis than heretofore ex taken by the attorney for the defense,
PRESIDENT PICTURE[ Of IIALTN[ the Citrus Room over the bank. I' lusia county, was in Orlando yesterday which is difficult to reach because
isted.j Long, of Starke, was that all the wit-
The directors elected were M. 0. and sat in the case of F.V.. railroad communication is impeded by
i :Mr. G. R. Ramsey as city engineer nesses of any importance in the case
NK AT HIS NX Overstreet, S. Y. Way, C. E. Johnson,1| Graves, charged with selling mort- ashes and the tracks have been dislocated J
gives general satisfaction. It is per- were dead and nothing but written
Benj. Drew, L. H. Gedge, J. T. lIen- gaged property. Judge Fish was des- by earthquakes.The .
]haps the opinion without dissent in testimony could be adduced, hence the
'
dricks and George W. Phillips. The" ignated by Governor Trammell to violence of the eruption of Sa-
,Orlando that the city is fortunate in case was thrown out of court. At
Chief Executive Returns to Washington members of the board all succeeded hear this case because Judge T. Pic- kura-Jima is so great that showers i
j having Mr. Ramsey in charge of the three former trials each resulted in
for a Long Season of themselves with the exception of Mr. ': ton Warlow was disqualified, being an of dust are falling here today. The
j important work now in His a mistrial.
Steady Work Phillips, who was chosen to succeedMr. progress. officer of the State bank, which distance between Nagasaki and Sa-
,
unrelenting exactions in regard to There is a very heavy docket and it
J. C. Patterson, resigned At the I brought the action against Graves. kura is about 90 miles. ;
,the sewer work have impressed all is believed that the court will be in
Washington, Jan. 13.-President directors' meeting which followed the Judge Fish's sitting was brief. A refugee who arrived here today ;
that he was the right man in the session three weeks or longer.
Wilson and his famliy arrived here at following officers were elected: 1\1.1',right place. Graves pleaded guilty to the second from Kagoshima gave the following

7:30 o'clock today from Pass Chris- 0. Overstreet, president; S. Y. Way, count of the information against him, account of the disaster: 2
The salaries of the clerktreasurerand
tian, Miss., and motored to the White vice-president; C. E. Johnson, second I the assessor-collector are $1,200a which the solicitor, Mr. L. G. Star- CONVOCATION OPENED WITH "The eruption started suddenly with

House for breakfast.It vice-president; Chas. P. Dow, cashier; buck, accepted as sufficient to satisfythe columns of thick, black smoke and '
each and that of the
year city
was 18 degrees above zero-an E. G. Hauselt, assistant cashier. I gineer $1,800.Mr. en- ends of justice. EVENING PRAYER AND SERMON flame from the crater of Sakura-Jima. 1

abrupt change from gulf coast tem- Formal approval was given the action Upon asked if he had anything to Hundreds of the inhabitants of the ;
Jansen and Mr. Boone will assume
perature-when the president stepped of the directors in making'appli-: I say before sentence was pronounced, small island rushed to the beach and

from his private car and he walked cation for stock in the regional reserve the duties of their new positions Graves requested the judge to be as Many Delegates Have Arrived and leaped on board junks and steamers, j
February 1. Mr. J. Van Buskirk il
briskly through the station to the bank. as- light as possible on account of his Organization of Church Body which carried them across three milesof
sistant city clerk, will retire at that
waiting automobiles. The trip north After the meeting adjourned Pres- time. :wife and children. The judge asked Dill Take Place Today water to Kagoshima, ashes, stones j

had been uneventful. The president ident Overstreet blew them off to him what he did with the money and particles of white hot lava falling

greeted crowds everywhere, but madeno oyster stew all round. 1 The commission yesterday named ,which he had procured in this unlaw- Many delegates have arrived for all the while on the decks. ,1.

speeches. To those who begged Tuesday and Friday as their regular ful manner, and he said he used it "to the convocation which is being held "The horror was increased by the

meeting days. They will sit at 8 at the Cathedral, and the first servicewas
him to talk he would always witha another '
say MEXICANS TO BE MOVED TO cover up mortgage. shaking caused by incessant earth-
o'clock in the
morning. Salaries will
smile: FORT BLISS IN FEW DAYS be of'each "I have sympathy for your wife and held last night. Dean Gray conducted quakes. More than 250 earthquake J
paid the first month. Bills
"I'm not in the habit of talking children," said Judge Fish, "but I can the service with Bishops Gray shocks were recorded before nightfall.
will be passed the first week of
day '
and :Mann taking
part.
when I haven't anything to say. Special to the SentineL not consider them now. He then "People fled along the highways ;
Presidio, Tex., Jan. 13.-Major Mc- each month. City laborers will be I The convocation will be organized '
The president's face was a pictureof sentenced Graves, the penalty beinga : west and north of the city. They had
paid each Saturday at the office of
health as he got back to his desk. Namee has received a telegraphic or- the fine of $300 and costs, or in defaultto this morning, following a sermon by abandoned everything. Soon they 1

Dr. Cary T. Grayson, U. S. N., pro- der to move Mexican federal prisoners commissioners. work on the county roads eight, Bishop Mann. The program for the were suffering from lack of food and ;

in the hands of the United day follows:
nounced him very,much better phys- now months. drink. '

ically than he has been for many States troops to Fort Bliss. From I LOBBY PROBERS[ Will R RESUME[ [ The whole proceeding didn't requiremore 7 a. .-Holy Eucharist. "When I left Kagoshima the vol- 1

months and in fit condition for the that point it is probable that htey than five minutes. Graves is a 10 a. m.-Morning prayer.

strenuous work ahead. will be sent to Rosecranz, Cal., The I INVESTIGATION\ young white man, apparently about 10:30 a. m.-Holy Eucharist and cano fireworks resembled, glowing an enormous from setpieceof the foot J

The cabinet had been summonedfor movement of the prisoners will beginin twenty-eight years of age. sermon, Bishop Gray celebrant and
of the mountain to the summit. Dur- J
the usual Tuesday meeting at 11 a few days. They number 3,300. Bishop Mann preacher. The organ-
Inquiry Begun Last Summer Will Be ing the night the glowing lava illuminated t
ization of convocation will follow
o'clock this morning. Civilian refugees from across the bor- MANY DEPUTY COLLECTORS TO this
Taken the entire district. The volcano
President Wilson early today pre- der will be left in charge of the Red Up Again by Senate BE APPOINTED SOON service. constantly emitted thunderous ,

pared the nomination of John Skelton Cross 'officials here. No word has Committee I 1 p. m.-Luncheon in the Chapter sions." explo-

Williams of Virginia for comptrollerof been received here as to the where- Washington, Jan. 13.-Four hun- House, served by the Junior Daugh- i

the currency and ex-officio mem- abouts of Orozco and Salazar, who Washington, Jan. 13.-The senate dred deputy collectors of internal ters of the King. Burning rock and ashes set fire to ,i

ber of the federal reserve board. The escaped after the evacuation of Ojin- lobby investigation committee has revenue, agents and inspectors to ad- 3 p. m.-Bishop Gray's annual ad- several villages. At Moji on the Kiu- ;
been ordered to resume its inquiry shiu railway one hundred
dress, followed by business session of persons
nomination is expected to be sent to aga. minister the new income tax laws are .1
into conditions developed at the pro convocation in the Cathedral. were killed. Several villages along .
r the senate later in the day. about to be appointed Some disputes
longed hearing last summer with the m.-Annual the foot of the volcano were buriedin
4
The president had a conference this POWELL IS COMING BACK TO between congressmen concerning a p. meeting of the
aim of making a final report as soon Junior lava yesterday.TWO J'
morning with Secretary McAdoo at FLORIDA distribution of patronage-for all the Auxiliary.

which it was understood a report of: Columbus, Ga., Jan. 13.-Willis B. as possible.The new appointees will be without the 8 p. .-Evening prayer, the Right
committee ,
the will meet Saturdayto service-have the Rev. A. B. Knight preacher. Solo by MORE VOLCANOES SAID TO 1
progress of the organization com- Powell resigned Saturday afternoonas civil delayed naming -
hear Cortland Smith of New York, :Mrs. W. L. Nutter "
4 mittee at work on the new currency general secretary of the Columbus president of the American Press association of the new officers-so far but by Rololi. "Glory to God, BE IN ERUPTION 1

law was made. board of trade, a position he has filled the immediate necessity of taking up
who asked San Francisco
to appear in relation Jan. 13.Special :.j
The president has aside tom r- the administration of the law makes
set >
since July 1, when he gave up a similar to testimony that his associa- dispatches today say that two more

row for conferences on the trust qu s- position at Tampa,.Fla. Mr. Pow- tion contracted with the domestic appointments at once imperative. JASPER POSTOFFICE ROW IS volcanoes, Kirisima and Aso, in the 1

tion. ell resigned for Secretary McAdoo and Commissioner SIZZLING
personal and
reasons sugar producers to distribute plate same range of Sakura-Jima had broken
f will return to south Florida, locating matter to Osborne are considering actively with into and
ILL newspapers containing dataon eruption the surrounding .1
MACON EDITOR CRITICALLY temporarily at St. Petersburg. His the sugar tariff question. congressmen over the appointmentsand Washington, Jan. 13.The contest I country had been devastated by earth- ;

plans for the future have not been Senator Overman said several other with the return of the president over the postoffice at Jasper, Fla., is I quakes and tidal waves. The town of

Macon, Ga., Jan. 13.-CoL C. R formed, although he has received sev- witnesses would testify, among them announcements are expected soon. sizzling. C. A. Stevens, of Jasper, :Kagoshima, where the greatest loss

Pendleton, editor of the Macon Telegraph eral attractive offers. officials of the American Federationof has arrived here bringing the resig-
is in a critical condition in ,a Mr. Powell has done effective work Labor. THE WEATHER nation of Postmaster George W. Dun1 1 tidal wave, drowning uncounted thousands -

local sanitarium: suffering from ac4e for the Columbus board and his res- can. He also is boosting Prof. George and today the remainder of the

Bright's disease. His condition today ignation was received with deep re- Box files for your office reduced to Florida: Fair; slightly warmer J. Graham for the job. The other 1 town is being consumed by fire. There

is somewhat improved, but his friends gret \nd was accepted only on his in. 25 cents. Office supplies all kinds. I Wednesday. Thursday, fair, warmer candidates are W. C. Caldwell, 0. B. ]has been great loss of life also at

r are greatly alarmed. I sistence. Curtis & O'Neal. in east and south portions. Smith and Mrs. J. E. Tuten. j Chukago and Shidoku.


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home in March, 1912. Police sum-
moned by a telephone call found him Housewives, if you use Olive Oil either for ;
r in a semi-conscious condition. At the salads, cooking or medicinal use, you want the best imported
hospital he accused his wife, Mrs oil, the kind that has the sweet, nutty taste. In Romance at Orlando '
Daisy Opie Grace, of the shooting. making up your grocery order, remember, we deliver
Mrs. Grace was found at the home ofGrace's goods to your door.DeLANEY. '
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mother here and arrested on ,
his accusation. Later in the same

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One Board President Wilson's Spe- .
cial at West Point, Ga., Jan. 12. For Economy and purchase -
President Wilson journeyed homeward In a repertoire of late New York Successes. C I

today his, ready administration to take up the problemsof renewed Norman,.Mary and"Happy Jack"are with it. W RIG Hseen Co power of your mon

vigor. He looked physically refreshed FOR REAL ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's" Farm

by his vacation of nearly MATINEESVEDNESDAY and SATURDAY That Our Business and Garden Seeds in '
three weeks at Pass Christian, Miss.,
Florida
and appeared in better health than at Opening Play"The Orlando, bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
any other time since his inaugura. .

tion.The president told members of his Village Parson" Quality.Fresh .
party that he liked the gulf coast and Farm: Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

might go there again for a winter cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents )

vacation. His desire for isolation was dozen; Butter Milk, 10.cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
courteously observed by the citizens POPULAR PRICES ; cents pint.

of the little village during his stay .., ,,iiiiiiiiiiiiiMitt"iTtrftTtiiiiiiiiiiiiii' Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
there and he was not annoyed by the of Mountains door $1.35 cash with order.
I (charges prepaid) all points east Rocky at your
usual horde of callers who daily seekI Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.
West Virginia,
( liam Hodges Mann;
to see him at the White House on : \ t .
Clarence Watson. .
Irs.
official business. Aside from John I

Lind, his personal representative in .REVENGE CUTTER MIAMI TOWS t FIRE INSURANCE '
Mexico, the only person who came to VESSEL
IX DERELICT
Pass Christian to see the chief execu-
tive on business was Mrs. Margaret' Washington, Jan. 12.-Acting Com- 1
Caldwell, of Beaumont, Tex., and .mandant Emery, of the revenue cutter V
service, received word today that the t E Xo Success.
while she did not get an audience with CITY AMDCOUNTRY me
Tam-
off i
anchored
Mr. Wilson, a note from her reached I cutter Miami had
{j jR
x him. Mrs. Caldwell said she had pa, Fla., with a derelict vessel sup-
made the journey from Texas with posed to be the British schooner Glen- JANSEN
'r. financial difficulty and sought justicein afton, abandoned while en route from IALE5TATEi ,

her suit against a railroad of that Mobile to Havana. The derelict was Just arrived car load i IMPROVED AND, (IOTARY
staet, from which she claimed damages discovered in the gulf about a hundred immediate UNIMPROVED
for
FORDS ORLANDO
She \ UBUC
for the death of her husband, a miles from Tampa. was
burned to the main deck and much of, FLORIDA.
conductor. She said she had failed to delivery.Get .
get her case before an unprejudiced her deck load of lumber had gone
.' overboard. Cap. Quinan, of the Mi-
tribunal. The president sent Dr. Cary
T. Grayson, his naval aide, to ask ami, extinguished the fire and towed yours now.F. Ollicc in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
Mrs. Caldwell to prepare a statementof the vessel into Tampa.
G. RUSH,
the facts and send them to the Revenue cutter officials here were,
White House. surprised to hear the Glenafton had Phone 226
been found afire, and understood that
MISS' HORTENSE BROWARD THE some merchantman had taken this Electrically
FLORIDA VICE-PRESIDENT means of destroying her. They pointed -
out that to set afire a vessel load- I a Equipped!
o
Washington, Jan. 12.-The Demo- ed with lumber usually meant the i
cratic national committee will have escape of the cargo, with |dded dan- k rf \

active co-operation of the Woman's gers to navigation.The 1 '

National Democratic league in the
campaign of 1916, according to a district registration officersare -
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decision reached by the executive disgruntled because their compen-
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board of the women's organization' sation is. not enough; they object to
which has just concluded its meeting working for less than field hands are
paid. Some time ago there was some
here.The league will work under the im- suggestion that there would be a suf- Two-Sixty The greatest Standard motorcycle Model vtlot
I number of good men and true ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
ficient
equipped with Electric Head Light Electric Tail Lijht Electric Signal
cornmittee. to see after the registration without Two Seta Storage Batteries and Corbin-Brown Rear-Drive Speedomet
.,,11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 er. Prig J260.00. See Cattlol for detailed deicnptioo.
zations of Democratic women in every any compensation, thus doing for the
state. This work is to be carried on sake of patriotism a thing that the
mainly through state vice-presidents counties could not afford to pay for.' THE MARKETOf c.J; MOTOCYCLES'FOR
many of whom have just been ap It is time for some of our latter day '
pointed. idealists to realize that this is not an tl1lUUV11 1914

They include: Alabama, Mrs. Os- age of patriotism. One man refusesto Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH .
car Underwood; Louisiana, Mrs. Re- do that which all are not willingto 60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian
: bert C. Wickliffe; Mississippi, Mrs. do. There is exhilaration in move- MEATS trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production
John Sharp Williams; Tennessee,Mrs.T. ment and fervor in crowds, but thereis AND SALT in the history of the industry. _,

A. Latham; Kentucky, Mrs. Sally chill and loneliness in solitary abnegation FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Ile ter-
Marshall Hardy; Florida, Miss Hor- and contribution to the pub- ments for 19141"! Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
tense Broward; Virginia, Mrs. Wil- lic welfare. Kept under the best sanitary conditions. Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Everything
HMIIIMIMMiiiimiMIMIIIIIillMIFOR All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
and pure. head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat
SALE teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.You .
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914
everything in the Meat Line. Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor
cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
New Two-Story Modern I Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you're ever read. '

The PARLOR MARKET The 1914 line of Indian Motocycle consists of:

j House one block from 4 H.P. Single Service Model.........-...................$200.00 ,
; 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five, Regular Model......... 225.00
7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00 ';
Lucerne Circle. H. M. Self & Co. 7 H.P. Twin! Light Roadster Mode!.............e........ 260.00 i
7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 275.00 .
STREET 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00 .
i PINE 7 H.P.Twin Headee Special Model(with Electric Starter) 325.00
Helen Wright Owner Price F.0.8. Factory ,
Phone No. 80 .
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some years past it has been the

custom music of to the present director a course of the of schoolof artist ELECTRIC'VACUUMCLEANERHave[l[ l[ [


recitals department students during the and pleasure the friends winter and of,the affordingthe profit music of j ORLANDO O l O BANK K a J TRUST I COMPANY Y


hearing the best music presented by;
the best artists. This course of recitals Orlando, Florida.Condition .

has become one of the most val-
life. at the close of business December 31, 1913 your room or house
uable features of the college
The first of the recitals to be given RESOURCES
cleaned without dust or troubleof
this the piano forte lecture- : ..
year was Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10
recital of Edward Baxter Perry, :
which took place in the auditorium on : Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 moving furniture '
)Ir. Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
Thursday evening, January 8.
and : Cash on Hand and in Banks ;. . . . . . . . 200,946.57
Perry played here last winter,
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
the reputation he made then assured :
audience The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
him a large and enthusiastic : '
5656,382.24
on this occasion. Mr. Perry's playing
LIABILITIES perienced man.
is indeed marvellous,'almost incred- :

ible. Despite the handicap of total : Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
blindness, he performs the most diffi- : Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35211.86 SEE THEM FOR TERMS

cult feats of. the art with unfaltering Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38 r
accuracy of touch, with a precisi9i
and perfection of technique wonderful : $656,382.24
even in one who could see the keys :

0 His performance is not only valuableto : Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $189,971.68
of the TnB rl [ [ [l[ T I C L
highest the students quality as of an playing example, but even : Deposits on Dec 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 'il lilt,


more as an instance of what may be Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70
accomplished in the face of well nigh
insuperable obstacles. The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust OHTJBCH STBEETltllitttlHIMIIIMMHtftMiimittlMHmiltim

On this occasion Mr. Perry chose I Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and :
his program entirely from that class I friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. .>.
of music known as descriptive music.I The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects --

Each number was intended to portray I t the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in .lllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll&M
on the piano a legend of theI I t this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and I
Middle Ages, and each number was strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health- ,

' prefaced by a vivid narrative of the ful statements to its patrons. .

legend and explanation of the musicas M. iM. SMITH, President
it essayed to interpret the story. a SacrfficeI
W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
This added materially to the under-
I
standing and appreciation of the audi-
ence, and rendered the evening one :::11,11:1:1:1:1:1:::: : : : :::: : ::::::::::: : ::'

of unusual profit as well as pleasure S
The music lovers of the college and H
town sincerely hope that Mr. Perry " " " , ,. 11.'

will again visit them next winter. Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
Mr. Perry's program was as follows Fresh Candies
: one lot off Magnolia avenue on- Concord avenue. Improved -

Switzer 1. The Maid.Lithuanian Treated legend in of Polish the Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. Ib. with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest

verse by Adam Miekewicz. In music Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. lb. locations in Orlando. .
for the piano by Frederick Chopin. Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . .40c. lb.
2. The legend of the Sleeping Menthal Drops . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . ..tOe.lb.

Beauty. Handled in English verse Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . .40c. Ib. The Price is Right

by Lord Tennyson. In music by Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . .20c. lb.Chocolate Almonds
Wagner in his opera of the Niebe- Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows

lungen Ring. Transcribed for piano Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams


by tent.3.Brassin.The Illustrated Scotch by legend George of the McDonald Por-- and Chocolate many other Caramels good and fresh candies. Salted Chocolate Pistachios Filberts, Almonds and Peanuts. O1'lallUO I ll Real l E1a1e] t t

in" his novel of that name. Set F Ice Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any uo
for the piano by Edward Baxter quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one ,
through our j
Perry.
4. The legend of 'the WanderingJew. factory.HOT DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH Phone 501 Watkins Block ,*

Handled in French prose by ,
Eugene Sue. In German verse by DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.
Schlegel and Goethe. In music by Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc. .111111111111111111111111111111111.11111111111.1111,. j

Wagner in the Flying Dutchman. Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOco Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc. -- --

Arranged for the piano by Franz Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Lemonade . . . . . . . , lOc. *IMtMIIMi .
Liszt. Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c.
5. The Black Forest legend of the Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c.ayer The :
Altamonte i
Erl King. Treated in German verse M

by Goethe. Set to music for the voice lv Ca-ndy CO.

by Schubert. Transcribed for piano . z ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .

by Liszt. 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE beautiful 9 mile auto ride '
6. The legend of the Lorelei. w from Orlando(or A. C.L.
R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner
served in inte-
Treated in German verse by Heinrich r.llalllllllllllllllllllllll.II""IIIIIIIIII.III..I..111111 MMIIIIMmiiiiiimiiiiM1 .
rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
Heine. Set for the piano by Edward
most eautiful I and healthful location In Florida, on ;
Baxter Perry tttiiiimimmtitttiittt 111181111111111111111 high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres In pa I s.
7. The legend of Trilby. Relatedin Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
.
French prose by Charles Gautier.In Hotel has 500feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-
music by Godard. ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. '
8. The Hallowe'en legend. Illus- Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
trated in English verse by Robert .
Burns. In music for the orchestra by .

Saint-Saens. Arranged for the piano MONTGOMERYAT GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors .
by Ritter and Liszt.. !
The candidates for the baseball [Summer! Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H. 3 3j

team began working out under the direction iiMMMMIMtMtMMMIttllllieitlilllilU ,.
of Coach Mason on Thursday
afternoon. The prospects for the sea- 1

son are unusually bright. Of last .' COOK K UTOCOMPANY T NEW SHEET MUSICWe
:
year's team McClintock, Barze, Rose, .
Roberts and Froemke will be in har- ,

ness again, and the new material
have just received from New York
available is the strongest in some over
years. A successful season is antici-

pated, for Del Mason has won the I can make car like 00 pieces of the very latest "Broadway
championship of the state so often i your

hand with,material that high inferior hopes are to that enetrtainedof now on new. See me quick if you hits, Tangos Waltzes Two Steps Rags and

repeating the process this year. want painted. all the late popular songs.If .
car
It is with deep regret that the authorities your
of the college learned recently -j
of the death on January 6th in you wish to know what. is really the
her home in Palatka of Miss :Minnie

Buke +, who was for some time a stu- age in music on "The Great White Way. '
dent at Rollins some years ago, and t ,

who made many and warm friends Come' in and see this lot.
during that time.It .
is expected that the College min- tttllMtlMTake
IMMIMiMlliillllllllllililllMMIIIMMIillliltlllHttlttttttill
strel show, which is an annual event W. S. BRANCH
of great interest'to the students and ... ,
teachers, will be given within! a very your repairing to Warman on Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres Clean sweep sale Overcoats, Suits,
street. 12-5-tf four hundred bearing trees,, Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown
short time. Those who hAve the mat- Court in grove, The Arcade Book and Music Store "
and two hundred young budded grape- & Lartigue. l-6-6t :
ter in charge promise that the per- fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit
formance will exceed in interest and Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor- now on trees. Price $3,200.
amusement any heret >fore given, ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Eighty acres, twenty-five acres W. T. ENTRICAN, If you want to sell anything, remember WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
which is saying much. /The proceedsthis from all parts of Orange, Lake, Seminole cleared and fenced, house and out- Painter and interior decorator. New the Sentinel want columns. AND DO ALL KINDS OF 'I
buildings. Price $1,500. ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. Everybody reads it.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'.
year will be devot( d to meeting Osceola and Volusia counties by Twenty acres on lake front, well Expert workmen employed. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. .
t the deficit of th eAthletV association.THE auto over hard surfaced roads, most located, three hundred bearing orange 12-21-lm
convenient for all planters and most trees. Price $2,200.

FAR REACHING POWER OF reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nur- Twenty acres good fruit land on Subscribe for the Sentinel WM. HARPER
lake front, two acres bearing orange
SENTINEL A >S. series, Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat grove, good six room house. Price DRS.1 JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS'
An excellent' example of the far alog. $1,000.
reaching power of Sent! ael ads. was Twenty.five acres bearing orange MiI1IIiiiO4i1fAutomobile

afforded a gentleman in Orlando this FOR SALE grove city limits.located Ideal on lake location front within for subdi-the i : for Hire i Oldest:Established Practice InOrlando L H. RAMSDELL
week, when he advertise d an orange vision. Price $10,500.J. OPTOMETRISTSuccessor
grove for sale in this pa per. He received Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake E. CRAWFORDOffice ; New Five Passenger ; ; 19 W. Church Street, Dp-Stairs
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and Confutation and Examination ( to Dr. 0. P. Liking)
from B 'ooklyn, St. : Store
inquiries Blue
Drug
over i
ten acres of garden land, one hun- ii PHONE 419'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.| FreeiiiimiitiiHHtiitMt'
Paul and several other j laces and a I dred bearing orange trees, small 117 S. Orange Avenue ORLANDO, FLORIDARlxs
wire from Boston. house and barn. Price $2,500. Phone 404 .





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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy GRAND RAPIDS PEOPLE WANT MtllMiltllliiMIIMHIIIIIIIMIMIIiliiilliMIMIM '
( W. S. Branch) TO MEET THEIR TOWNSMENMr
r South Florida Sentinel A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX ; Big Bargain m Fine

MORNING AND WEEKLY Road Logs and Log Roads .E. J. Bates and wife and Mr.
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. Representatives from the Jacksonville W. H. Hooper and wife, of Grand THE PALMS AUTO COREO Residence PropertyNew
board of trade will make road Rapids, Mich., arrived in Orlando yes-
ten room residence in
Entered at the postoffiee at Orlando Florida logs from Jacksonville to Miami and terday, having made the trip throughin
as Second Class Mail Matter. 'high class neighborhood near
then across to Tampa and back to a Reo car in ten days. They enjoyed MOTOR CARS :
Lake Lucerne. Finely finished
TO ADVERTISERS: Busy Jax. After they get the road j the journey immensely, and are :I and modern in
log made through Orange county, we delighted with Orlando. They would For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a every respect.
Copy for display and all ether bandidadvertising :i Lot 210 feet front and 210 feet
will (perhaps) make log roads to eor like to meet other Grand
Rapids
mast be handed in at the business people -
full stock of and accessories. Have force "deep. Room for three additional
I supplies a good
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. respond. Or if we decide that log who are in Orlando. They ;
are :
the day before publication. This rule applies houses. Garage. Six large bear
to chances for contract advertisint: it is roads are not good enough for our use stopping at 513 West Central avenue. ; of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely ; :
ing
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. pecans, eight full bearing
we will make them of vitrified brick.
guaranteed. : orange, two grapefruit, five full l
* I
MISS SOPHIE BAUSKETT
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: AP. ,
bearing loquats, and
One Year "....................$5.00 Residences Needed POINTED : scupper-
nong grapes. Owner must sell
Six Months ............ ....... 2.50 There is still a lively demand for :;Price for a few days, $7,000.
Three Months ................. 1.25; good houses to rent. A prominent Miss Sophie Bauskett, of St. Augustine kind of
: Any reasonable terms.
In Advance. traveling man told us yesterday that has been appointed by Supt. J. THE PALMS AUTO CO I's
he would move to Orlando at once F. McKinnori>; as primary teacher

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 191 1. if he could find a desirable house closein the Orlando schools. Miss Bauskett's FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.MtliilttMililMtMMItinilMMItlMimieiiMltll. j:Cooper Atha
that would answer his purpose. appointment was occasioned by the
An inquirer wishes to know what a * large enrollment in the first grade of :\
111111111111llllllllllllllllllllilllCIIIIIIIIIIIIII Exclusive
road log is. That's easy: A road log The Speed LimitIf the primary department, there being Agents
'I
is a road log. Mayor Sperry really wishes to over a hundred pupils in that grade. : 114 SOUTH ORANGE AYE.
o find out who is exceeding the speed There are two other teachers for the
The elevation of the stage is ac, limit, he should hide behind one oJ pupils of that grade. Miss Bauskett Orlando Florida
complished. Robert Fitzsimmons has the big oak trees on North Orange began work Monday. I -
joined the movies and is referred to asa avenue some morning about 6:30 and I 1253m.IMtlMMMMMIIIIHMti. t

"Thespian." watch the cars go by that are carrying PERKINS APPOINTED REGISTRARAT Notice to auto Oivners
o laboring men to their work. Instead PINE CASTLE
Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner
of 12 miles an hour, they go >
has a splendid editorial on the, resources about twenty-five or thirty, and some E. D. M. Perkins has been appointed
and possibilities of the Southin of them more than that. district registration officer at Pine R. L. HOLLANDwill

Tuesday's issue. * Castle to succeed Fred M. Preston, Supreme Auto ml i
o Beautiful Views of Orlando resigned. The books for the Taft precinct
Isham Randolph, the engineer who Photographer T. P. Robinson has a are still in the office of Supervisor recover your old Auto or Buggy

wrote the report on the Everglades, swinging kodak with which he i is Dolive, nobody having been
is a poet. He refers to Lake Okee making some beautiful views of Or- found to take the place made vacant Tops Make your Back and Cushion : The oil that has

chobee Florida"as. the "great liquid heart of ando and vicinity. He also has an by the resignation of H. C. Hammond. Slip Covers and Auto Top dust stood the supreme -
extended ladder ,
arrangement by It begins to look as if Taft electors
#
The 0 which he can send the camera up into will have to come to the county seat covers New top or cushion work for test
Jacksonville
Metropolis
says the air and make the exposure with to register.
that Senator Blitch is the foremost out going himself. _
Some bird's-
up carriages and buggies at reasonable ----- ==-= THAT-
leader for
equal suffrage in Florida. eye views of the city and some views TWO MEN BROUGHT BEFORE
The senator is also an advocate of the of orange groves, that he has on ex. COURT BY GAME WARDEN prices. All work and material guar-
restricted marriage license.Da1.ona hibition in his studio ,
are as pretty -
had o as anything we have ever seen. Deputy Game, Warden E. G. McDowell anteed by T M Coppedge, TrimmerAT Goo Gulf GasolinE
a Sunday picture the * brought two men before the
t, ater, but the proprietor has been ar The Tammany Tiger criminal court yesterday for violation

rested. He promises to see to it that The headline in a daily paper announces of the game laws. A. C. Wright .
the Sunday law is strictly enforced "An Actor Attacked by a was fined '$15, and paid it; Arthur
; in every other line of business. This Tiger at St. Augustine. That is just Moore, negro, was given forty dayson.

j" will Sunday.The mean. blue times for Daytona on ;name what of happened Sulzer, at to Albany an actor, New fey York'the,' the toadL R L HOLLAND C CARRIAGE b[ S SHOP O P. WALTON, Agl. 4

.k o last year. These two cases so simi' AN EXCELLENT PRODUCTION
secretary of war is much disturbed tar should prove that one can not' PHONES 450-269
f because the army officers have trust a tiger. I Those who were fortunate enoughto

: been giving out interviews evidently * attend "North of 53," at the Orlando 4 MMMMHHMIMMMillMMitlt''
;, designed to make war with Mexico.
Another house last ---
Popular Stinger opera night, as pre
f The secretary has issued an ord That very popular song, "I Didn't sented by Norman Field and his all-
that any army officer giving an interview Want to Love You," has been super I star actors, witnessed one of the best
; must submit it first for the sec seded in England by another one that plays ever seen in Orlando.

retary's approval. This will probablyput bids fair to outrun its predecessor'secord. The cast was an evenly balanced
t a quietus on the officers, who will "When Love Creeps Into Your I i one and every character in the play
have to turn to pinochle to kill the Heart" is the title of the new one. was portrayed by an actor of ability.
f time.
The title touches the real experience This afternoon in matinee and tonight .- .
f r, 0 of practically every human being who I the company will present high
The registration of voters is sot has passed into the 'teen age. Thor e class plays.
slow as to make it imperative f publishers are preparing to sell half The entire company is excellent and
r.f I some means to be used to spur peopleup a million copies. Manager Barker is to be congratu-
to the necessity of getting their lated on giving the show-going peopleof

names on the books. It is undoubtedy The Bread Market this community a chance to see Ire Iwa
Gifts
!y true that the greater number do Baker Nicholson has a new oven such first-class productions. ewer s Appreciated
not know that the registration this that will bake one thousand loaves

t year is entirely new an dthat old registrations of bread a day, and he still runs short BARBERCUSWORTHMr. j
t will not be recognized in on Saturday night. The high cost of a -

r the June primary. Do it today-register living has not seriously affected the Joseph Cusworth and Mrs. Elizabeth

f.F, p bread market. Barber were married at the lat- We carry a complete stock and can
ter's home at 7:30 last evening in
A former city magistrate of New '
f York says that judges should spe LECTUREJ. the presence of a few friends, Rev. suit all tastes. Come in and look us over.T.I1.vans .
Dr. John W. Stagg performing the
} thirty days in prison before sentencing I
r. any man to serve a sentence. He J. W. B. Adams, colored editor of I ceremony. The couple have many
friends who will hear this happy news
I
spent one day at Blackwell's Island, the Brunswick Appeal, Brunswick, I
with much pleasure. They will make
k and that was enough to teach him a Ga.! delivered an address last night
their home in Orlando.
J lesson. This judge has the rightidea. at Mt Olive A. M. E. church, the sub-

t There is no judge who doesn't sect being "Industrial Education."
t, admit to regret at having to sentence No admission fee was charged but a Senator H. L. Drane and wife, of

r a man to death, yet many of them silver offering was taken after the 1 Lakeland, are in the city Mr. Drane
lecture. This lecture delivered' was president of the last Florida
i} sentence men to long terms withoutany was
apparent qualm, and for trivial under the auspices of the stewards' senate, and made a good presiding of
lie is held in esteem and
t offenses. The judicial system is in board. ficer. high ,
K need of reform. Prof. Adams has traveled quite ey: has many friends in Orlando who will

f 0 tensively and has distinguished himself give him.a warm greeting.
r The Men and Religion Forwardmovement as one of the most polished speakers the Jeweler
t bulletins, which haveI of iris race. He contends that Register for the June primaries.IMIIIIIIIiilMHIIIttMM. ,

caused such a furore in Atlanta recently the Negroes' best friends are among .
will be continued. At a meeting the while people: of the South.A .
I . OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
held in Atlanta few
a nights a

the leaders of the movement promiseethe A splendid supper will be,served at K LL FLORLCO1
t public that the agitation would the Confederate ball Tuesday evening i : EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
r not be stopped. Marion Jackson, one January 20.
CUT FLOWERSOUR
of the speakers, truthfully remarked
I that publicity was not the creator but ? SPECIALTY .

f- was only the revealer of conditions Warman Repairs and Retires Baby Phone 2516 TAMPA, FLA. ; ....
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Court
on street. 12-5-tf -
deCarriages
lIe held that conditions were m ItlllllllllllMH
no worse by telling about them'With. -- ___ __h ------ -
f.- out regard to the merits of that par.I I I BIG REMOVAL SALE

i ticular controversy, this truism wilt
t appeal to all newspaper men with pe i New Studebakers are HereFour

t culiar force. : ITO'W: : 'V&TIIURDAY'S

0 Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar

l One of thevery funny political rueJ4 $1,115.Four ,

is mors to is run that for young commissioner Tom Appleyard of agri Cylinder Landau-Roadster, 1265. wmN SDAY
HATS HATS H4TSI
culture. Thomas is a fine young fellow Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,
: but no one ever suspected him 1,640.
of possessing qualifications for such Prices'f.o.b. Orlando. Special THREE P ICES
r- an office. Somebody who is qualified f
t should run, however, and be elected. All Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and $1.98 $2.9ft $3.98

.l This office should be filled by a prac. starter...and every up-to-day equipment. Come
6- tical as well as scientific agriculturist around and see them. 50c Rajahs

f"t with executive force and a comprehensive $5 to $25 l ; Values ,,
understanding of the duties
;" ; of the office. We are ready to admit San Juan Garage Co. 21 C Yard All must go at these (ridiculous prices.
that such men are few, but Florida Come in and look them over.

has them. The trouble is that the
right kind of a man doesn't want the All Night Service
We have them two days. They { ripe with bar
f, office, and is unwilling to make the Watch our specials. every re
sacrifice which the holding of it would gains. Yours for increased business. I

entail Storrs of DeFuniak, or AJAX TIRES guaranteed] 5000 miles, Five
i-. Chambliss of Ocala, or Whitner of E.IVES:
per cent off for cash, MA : !
6 Sanford would be a good man for the
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PIXDER MOVES HIS- CIGAR FACTORY YESTERDAY'S ARRIVALS AT THE. dD dDD aD dDQ) aDQ Goods Department two

WADE TO MIAMI SAN JUAN ( FAVORITE THEATRE I north sections main floor.

THE TUNER H. H. Pinder-has moved- his cigar M. G. Porter, Jacksonville; J. H. ,g B. E MILLER, Manager a e

ORLANDO, FLA. facory from Orlando to this city and Von Dohlen, Dixie Flyer Route; Geo.E. ..1

has jady opened temporary quarters Montgomery, Jacksonville; E. A. Matinee 2 P. M. Night 6:30 J

on Eleventh street in Riverside, Miner, city; Paul W. Orchard,' Arcadia j ADMISSION 5 CENTS f

Mr. Charles Baker, of Zellwood, is giving employment to about twentymen. ; 0. L. Anderson, Jacksonville; F. DallDCDallDCDallDCDOIIDCDallDG.Program I

attending Convocation. Mr. Pinder has had many years B. Vary, Jacksonville; A. M. Steele, Tie Yo lI-n tw rt 11Orlando's Co.
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Russell New Orleans
Confederate ball at the armory sale experience of fine in cigars the ,manufacture and he believes and Atlanta L. Ferguson; H. ,C.New Orleans, ; Rev. and; Eclair's"A Puritan two-reel Episode"drama, j

Tuesday evening, January 20. that Miami is ideal Mrs. R. A. Tufft, Daytona; Jas. A. A with hundred
an place for his story a surprises,I.
Mr. C. L. Small, of New Paris, Pa., .
business. Thompson, Seabreeze; J. E. Phipps,
He has
purchased a homein dealing with the olden days in
is spending today in Orlando. Riverside through the Mercer Jacksonville; A. Witman, Atlanta; New England. Largest Store

Mrs. J. M. Eaton, of Lakeland, is Realty company and expects later! on Mrs. M. E. Gillett, Tampa; Mr. and "Weekly No. 90"

among Orlando's welcome visitors to to open a large factory to replace the Mrs. H. J. Drane, Lakeland; Mrs. 0. Universal's weekly current events. "Quality Did It"
M. Eaton, Lakeland H. H. Montgomery
one in use emporarily and to employ ; Friday's special feature:
day.The Confederate ball Tuesday even- fifty to one hundred men. Miami Geneva; Clark Leonard, Geneva; "The Death of Stone of India"

ing, January 20th-that's next Tues i Metropolis. 0. S. Marston, Baltimore; E. P. Tha- three reels.NOTICE I
day. gard, Tallahassee; Bert Fish, DeLand; _
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Henry H. Abrams, Tampa; F. M. -- 1
Mr. Jas. E. Thompson, of Sea I AMENDMENT DAY iltlilillltllllltlllltliliiHttttMMtlllittllllltlMoney
Dantz, Philadelphia; Thos. S. Hays, :,
breeze, is registered at the San Juan January 15th, next Thursday, has All persons having goods stored
DeLand A. P. Phillips, Atlanta Mrs.
today. been set apart as "National Constitu- ; ; with the late Jacob Shanibarger, at
tional Amendment E. J. Phillips, Pensacola; Fred M. 10 East Church street, Orlando, fire :.: to Loan'Loans
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Robinson left Day. A uniform
Dalton, Tampa; H. 0. Adams, Tampa; ',hereby notified to remove same before
yesterday for Tampa, where they will program has been prepared by the C. L. Small, New Paris, Pa.; Jas. T. February 1st, or they will be sold for; i
two. National W. C. T. U. for all unions, storage.P. .
spend a day or
Lawson, Mobile; :Mrs. F. T. Schreiber,
and our local union will have an "allday" M. SHANIBARGER, Adm'r.,
Miss Elizabeth Rand, of Longwood Ocala; Miss Dorothy Schreiber, Ocala; 1.14.1w Pine Castle, Fla.
is attending Convocation, the guestof meeting with different leaders Rev. J. G. Glass, Ocala; David S. in sums of$500 to $3000on
each hour, and lunch will be served.
Mrs. A. B. Whitman.Mr. Woodrow, Ocala; Fred J. Burden, WANTED Late model used automobile
This
meeting will be held in the lecture IMPROVED INSIDE fora
and Mrs. E. 0. Pope, of St. Ocala; F. E. Allegore, DeLand; J. R. roadster or touring car, for j property
the late room of the Presbyterian church, Wells Jacksonville R. B. Smith, cash. Wm. R. Cunnigham, care Wil- :
Louis, Mo., are among arrivals ;
and the best speakers in the city will lola hotel, Orange avenue. 1-14-tf term of FIVE years. Principaland
at the San Juan. I Jacksonville; S. R. Lewis, Corry, Pa.; I
be present. Among others, Dr. Poul-
The Confederate ball will be heldat I son, Dr. Stagg, Dr. T .-, Rev. Met- 11. T. Howard, Jacksonville; Mr. and II FOR SALE-Good, sound, gentle bay: interest payable in monthly
the next Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. 0. Pope, St. Louis; G. W. horse. Good worker and driver.I
armory calf
Mr. C. E. Howard, Col. Watkins, '
The Grand orchestra will play.Mr. Ellis, Macon, Ga.; J. R. Dey, Ocala; Cheap. Address C. W. Tharp, Win instalments.
Prof. Tomlinson, and others.
1 Everyone Chas. S. Powell, DeLand W. Irving ter Park, Fla., Box 90. 1-14-lw
S. R. Lewis, of Perry, Pa., is interested is invited. Jjlt's make I I ; -
Bloom, Atlanta T B. Quinby, Tampa I
in Orlando today and will probably this a great day. The .V rs are 10, ; ; FOR RENT-Two-story house, completely I '
V. V. Sharpe, Tampa; C. 0. McLaughlin I s. WgYa
spend some time in this section. 11,1 o'clock. l-14-2t furnished. Ready for occu- -
Sanford. B. Dale, 606 Anderson street. '
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, pancy January 25th. Apply to Fred
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber AT UNITY CHAPEL SUNDAY l-14-6t : -
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TURKEY SUPPER
Shop. 1-2-tf By request Miss Gordon will speak I II I II I 11.1111.lllalellll.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..III..I..I. .. ,.
Will be served by the Methodisttidies'
Mrs. Frances Benton and Mrs. Ed I next Sunday morning at Unity Chapelon WANTED TO RENT for remainder !I
Aid Society, Saturday night
gar Dowd, from Guilford, Conn., are "Why I Am a Unitarian." II I January 17, from 5:30:; to 10 o'clock, in I of season, by family of three, small
located at No.7 Hill street. the Granniss building, opposite the furnished house in good neighborhood. ': J J 1e lleS Pl'es
pleasantly Grand theater. Price 50c. M4-3t House must be clean and convenient. a ill S r''e s s'Ve
Mrs. M. E. Gillette, one of Tampa's Mr. W. 0. Willard of Harvard, '''Apply office. by letter to X. Y. Z., Sentinel l-14-6t ,
Mass. has
arrived to the i
spend remainder -
estimable ladies, is visiting Orlando STATEMENT OF CAMPAIGN EX-
today. She is a guest of the San of the winter in Orlando. He r TENSES BY S. A. JOHNSON \' carry a full line '
Juan. is located at 305 North Main street. LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

Rev. Dr. Lacey, of Brooklyn, is attending I hereby certify to the following PANCAKE FLOUR
Eat what you want. expenses incurred in my recent campaign Flowers
Eat all you want Convocation. Dr. Lacey is a for election as "commissioner"in PURE MAPLE SYRUPPURE
Take a postscript and forget it. prominent minister and lecturer, and and for the city of Orlando, Flor- ROSES, VIOLETS,
For sale by all druggists. is a personal friend of Bishop Gray. da: CANE SYRUP
l-7-d&w-lyr Advertising'in "Sentinel" and CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
Hon. W. C. Temple left yesterday An excellent supper goes along i I "Reporter-Star" .......... $20.00 FLORIDA CANE SYRUP IN BULK
afternoon for Tampa on matters connected with admission to the Confederateball Printing, driver and cigars. ... 15.00 POTTED PLANTS

with the Gasparilla celebra and the price of admission is Total.................... $35.00 Coffee and Tea Our Specialty
only a dollar. Next Tuesday even
S. A. JOHNSON.
tion.Mr. ing. Sworn and subscribed before me, a i different brands Coffee
to
and Mrs. Schreiber and daughter COAL CHARCOAL I Twenty se-
notary public, this thirteenth day of
Rev. C. 0.
Groves, of Nashville,
Miss Dorothy Schreiber, are attending
January, A. D. 1914. lect from.
Convocation, guests of the Tenn., arrived yesterday on a visitto (Seal) JUSTIN VAN BUSKIRK, WOOD I II f
San Juan. his father, Mr. J. E. Groves, on Notary Public. i I
South DeLaney street. Rev. Groveswas !
Mr. M. G. Porter, of Jacksonville, Veneer Cores
a former pastor of the Presbyterian ROLLINS MINSTRELS
state agent for the famous Buick automobiles church. ___ I Seasoned Heart Pine THE SANITARY GROCERY

is in Orlando today, a guestof An up-to-date minstrel show will b;, Oak Wood
the San Juan. The ladies of the Methodist churchare given by the students at Rollins College -j All sizes and lengths CARUTHERS & GORE
bringing one of the best attractions on the evening of January 17th,1
Dir and Mrs. B. F. Whitner, of of the season in the Broomell- at 8:15 o'clock, for benefit of Rollins Orlando l Wood YardB. l d
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Sanford, are the guests of Deaconess Alexander recital. Both of these ladies Athletic Association. The ,,price of Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street
Parkhill and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bliss admission will be only 35 cents. I
are artists and have been enthusiastically l-13-3t W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
the convocation.
during received in the larger cities.Don't Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith, Mrs. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS
forget the time and place. Opera W. T. E 'RlCAX Turpentine Chips Fence Posts I
C. W. Smith, and Miss Alice Inman, house, January 24. Mllillii IIMIIHIIilMM*
Offers to Orlando the newest and best
of Plymouth, were among Orlando's Rev. Jas. T. Lawson, an eminent of workmanship in the painting and ----
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Confederate ball is the biggest Ind., arrived in Orlando last nig it II 1221.1mrLOSTPocket

ball of the season. Everybody invited. and is spending today looking around book ..A.L S LE
containing $53
Splendid music and a fine sup .the City Beautiful Mr. Lawson will
valuable
and
per. Admission one dollar. pay a visit to Auburndale and then Wm.some Slyck, Formosa papers., Fla., and Returnto get Commencing Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,

go to Mobile, Ala., where he will re reward. l143tOSTEOPATHY Wool Underwear at cut prices for CASH.
Mr. Wm. Edwards, of Plymouth, a
side. He is a guest of the San Juan.
worthy member of the county school

board, was a business visitor in Eat what you want. $30.00 Suits $20.50 $2.0o Overcoats $17.50
the metropolis yesterday. + Eat all you want. 20.00 Overcoats 14.75
county Suits
Take a postscript and forget it. 25.00 17.50
Chuluota was ably represented in For sale by all durggists. DR. J. C .HOWELL '22.50 Suits 15.75 18.00 Overcoats 13.50

| Orlando yesterday by the following l-7-d&w-lyr Hours, 10.123-5' and by appointmentNo 20.00 Suits 14.75 I6So: Overcoats 12.00
well known citizens" : Messrs. Will Griffing trees give results. Office extra charge for house treatment

Edwards, Wm. Jacobs, 'Sam Long and opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales I Telephone connections S\ EATERS HATS .

3L T. Vans Wagner. man. 12-25-tf I Office cor. Orange and Central Ares.For _
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,.. $3.0o Sweaters $2.25' $5..oo Hats $3.50

f 2.50 Sweaters I.75 4.00 Hats 2.75

2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 Hats 2.25

1.50 Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75 ,

Drugs Phone 20 Remember" we only handle the celebratedHartSchafiner & l\Ianc line 01 Clothes.

All l1len's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale.

Kodak Department-life Develop! and Print Your film .

SCRUGGS & DICKSON'
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The MqElroy- Pharmacy
Thi store is the home of Hart Scliaftner & Marx clothes

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Z100BUYSIT Loyalty to a newspaper, as we understand Farm of twenty acres, ten acres I rooms and sleeping porch; centrally :
, $ it thana cleared, seven acres cultivated. 2 1-2 located; suitable for either one or I
nothing
means more
miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake two families. Address F. G. Rush, :
continuous belief in its honesty and Davis. Good wire fence on three City. 11-26-tf ,

good intentions-a general readinessto sides. Small new house and well

Handsome five-room house, two- ascribe its occasional mistakes to About 15,000 feet of saw timber. FOR RENT-Large, well furnished :
Land all dry and suitable for truck- room to persons wishing suburban I
story, directly off Lucerne Circle something else than malice or cirrup- ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to accommodations; also 2 acres good Latest Patterns and Colors i in
tion- decent appreciation of jour- work it will
sell
' and at a bargain. truck land, close in. Good opportu-
all equipped for hot and cold
; nalistic conditions and the mary and i Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. nity for right person. Address "A," .

water, electric lights, etc. Best- great difficulties in the way of producing l-6-d&w-lm Sentinel 9-8tf Ginghams and Percales A
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location. In the $4,000 class.. a perfect newspaper. This is
See the new line ofLadies'
all that' any paper should, or, as a FOR REN1 MISCELLANEOUS

Let us show you.Another. matter of fact, does, demand, .nd Yen

so much must be earned, not once, but WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply Muslin Underwear v
FOR RENT-A 4-room house in Con- Orland hotel 1-6-tf
$1650 every day.-New York Time cord Park. Apply at corner Ame- ,
lia and Putnam streets. A. D. But- DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St.
NOTICE man. 1-9-3t 12-12-lm McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
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A good investment proposition.Can Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8(I NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for, YOUNG LADY desires position; gen-
of Chapter 4888 Lana of Florida rent choice location .moderate
; ; eral office work references. Ad-
rent from Notice is'hereby given that Nils Sahlberg, ;
February for price. 202 East Robinson Ave. STORE
dress "M Sentinel
office. 1-13-1w
of Orlando, Fla., purchaser of part tax certificate -
No. 1307 dated the lot day of June,
one year for $25.00 per month. A. D. 1896, has filed said certificate in my FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms,, APARTMENTS F.OR RENT-Two,
For location, etc. office, and has made application for tax deedto and board; all conveniences; large four and six rooms each; first, sec- 128 S. Orange Ave.
in accordance with law. Said
issue cer-
tificate embraces the following described prop veranda; nicely kept grounds; nothing ond and third floors. Apply Taylor's I
erty situated in Orange county, Florida, towit I better for the money in Florida; Apartments, 1008 Hughey street, Orlando -
: Northeast quarter of northwest quarterof near in. 205 Magnolia Ave. l-3-6t Heights. Cheapest in town.
northeast quarter, Section 12, Township I'I I
23 south, Range 29 east Ida. The said land ,
being assessed at the date of the issuance of<
j such certificate in the name of N. A. Holden. MHimiMtOmMHnilimiMMIMilMMMittMt '
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon C"'11'11111111'111111111111111'111111111'11'1" " "
the 16th day of February, A. D. 4914.
Witness myofficial signature and seal this I
the 14th day of January, A. D. 1914. SEE'DAETWYLER

(Seal Clerk) Circuit Court B.Orange M. ROBINSON County.,Fla.PEOPLE'S THE[ [ENTERPRISE I [ MEAT MARKET
Hand Bldg., Church St. -- - ---

WANTSMUNNIMAKERS I
DANCING TANGO A SIN WHICH
21 East Pine Street
MUST BE CONFESSED

BUNGALOWSiMHItltltlllimtmtiMMIMIIMMMIItllltimtl ORLANDO FLORIDA
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Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale, For
Paris, Jan. 10.-Cardinal Leon Rent, etc., for this column, 25c for one day i
Adolphe Amette, archbishop of Paris, EOc for three days, or $1.00 for one week, for I"
25 words or less. Money must accompanythe
in admonition which will be pub- '
an advertisements fer this column, as no JUSTOPENED
lished in the churches here tomorrow, insertions will be made on credit.

forbids the dancing of the tango as a EIGHT-ROOM furnlsned house; gas'and WANTED-Two or three boarders. Everything new and complete. As sani--

sin which must be confessed and requires FOR SALE I electric lights. 205 E. Robinson I Inquire 204 W. Pine St. l-ll-3t tary as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest
penance. The archbishop says: ,avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
"We condemn the dance imported Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, I AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, Meats of all kinds.
on Court street. 12-5-tf FOR RENT-Furnished large front subsoiling, tree planting, stump
from abroad known under the name all modern conveniences
room; ; blowing, orchard renovating; land
of the tango, which, by its nature, is FOR SALE-A good small business with private family; close in, 302 cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand Fish and Oysters in Season

indecent and offensive to the morals that will pay a handsome income. North Orange Ave. 1-6-6t i supplies. Estimates cheerfully
Cooper & Atha, 114 South Orange furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St.,
and Christians may not in consciencetake Ave. l-8-6t FOR RENT-Two large rooms, well Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm Courteous attention; prompt service and
part therein. located; reasonable rent by the
prices right. Give me a trial.
"It will, therefore, be the duty of FOR SALE OR KENT-With stock month or year. 406 S. East St. YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .

confessors to take notice of this in and tools, best farm in county; variety 1-6-lw ring 448 for the Arcade Pressing -
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- FOR RENT-Furnished I Club. The boy will call. Club,I
of penance. to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- rooms; ev- rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe-
Abbe of the erything new and modern; large ve- J. A. COX Proprietor
Gouget archbishop's lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf cialty. 1-10-lm ,
randas; three minutes from postoffice,
household, said today that his eminence in best part of city. Three to five WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
for some time had been distressed FOR SALE-Buick car, four passen- dollars per week. 308 West street18lw ings and cut hair to 305 Garland PHONE 105W4IMCMIimiimimHilllMMIIIMtttmitQliM

by the persistence of the ger, 1912 make. Has been thor-; street. We will make them as desired -
qughly overhauled. Price $450. Only
vogue of the tango, and had hoped for OAK LODGE APARTMENT HOUSE or purchase same for cash. .
reason selling am going away. Nickolas & Nickolas. ---- --
12-30-lm
that it would be transitory? but he Jos. D. Wilson, 511 E. Orange St., OPEN to take in roomers and light

'now felt it his duty to formally in- Lakeland, Fla. 1-9-3t housekeepers. Everything new and LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B

tervene. FOR I neat. Corner Church and Osceola. ," somewhere on the Orlando Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomescekersATTENTION
SALE At l-4-6t
a bargain, twentyacre -
Cardinal Amette also will publish five hundred streets Monday. If found, leave at the
grove; grapefruittrees Sentinel office and receive of
reward
:FOR RENT-Furnished three room !
tomorrow an official admonition on fifty tangerine trees, and 750
$1.00. 1.1tfGOOD
flat for light housekeeping all con-
trees. Grove should for ;
the daring and eccentricities of mod- orange pay
itself in two years. Address P. 0. veniences; central; rent cheap. In- RELIABLE PARTY TO RUN I offer for $1,800 two-story, six-room cottage, with
ern dress. Box 105, Orlando, Fla. quire 23 E. Pine street, or phone 571. BOARDING IIOUSE-Eleven room rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.

"We remind the women," the car- 12-18-d&w-tf 1-11-lw house, partially furnished; good loca- Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
dinal will say, "that they always tion at Maitland, Fla. Want some I
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished, quiet six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
HOUSES FOR SALE
should observe the rules of Christian good reliable party to run boarding
rooms in new home, close in; electric -
Three nice and house. More boarders than house will heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
modesty, which too often are violated. new cottages sev- light, hot and cold water bath, '
eral lots with young trees, on Orlando fireplace in large front room. 114 accommodate. Rent reasonable. Ap- ment, wdinscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or \
We ask Christian
women to unite in Heights, cheap; owner wanting to go I East Jackson street. 1-10-3t ply to Walter Drennen Co., Maitland, furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.

abolishing certain styles of dress South. Apply at 308 Gore avenue,I Fla. l-8-3t House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
which are contrary to decency." Orlando, Fla. l-ll-3t FOR RENT Four-room furnished
NOTICE lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
cottage, one block off Orange ave-
FOR SALE nue, Concord Park. $15.00 per month. The books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

$17.50 will buy a $25 Hart, Schaff. Good prpperty; 40 acres little northof Inquire 706 W. Amelia avenue. voters in Orange county will be Open to all.

ner & Marx Suit at Scrugg & Dick- Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young 1-9-2t opened in my office at the Court

son. l-7-6t budded grove, bearing; good dwelling. House on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY
The ideal place for poultry and dairy FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in and will be kept open six days in

J farm-good range, plenty room, good new modern home; every convenience each week, until the first Monday in 307 West St. Norlb OrlandaI1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I1I
f milk trade established. Will sell stock ; kitchenette if desired; reasonable March, 1914. ,
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em I
J1 with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando,', 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door W. L DOLIVE,
on Court street. 12-5-tf Fla. 12-15-lm to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration.



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I Overture to "Faust" .' Gounod
1 BORN"American
SeIection-3Iartha", .Flotou
Overture-"II Trovatore" .Verdi

; Selection Bohemian Girl" .Balfe

O'erture-'Villiam Tell" .Rossini

Selection-"Mikado" '
the Date Grand Selection"Beggar Student" .............Muller
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Old Country's UltraConservativeSympathy
will be felt for the Lon Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
don hotel keepers who were orderedto Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tfN9W
Osteopathic Physician
close their dining rooms at three
o'clock New Year's eve celebration.New .- is the time to buy Manhattan 132 Orange Avenue W. M. SLEMONSNew
York World. Shirts. Semi-annual sale now on, at, ,
Next door to People's Bank
Scruggs & Dickson. 1-7-61
57 Another of His Luck Numbers up-stairs. Acute and chron
President Wilson is now 57 years ic diseases treated.Telephone .
old and has the honor of having har-I Subscribe for the Sentinel and get 578. Goods Arriving Daily i !
monized 57 varieties of opinion in the latest news. I
congress.-Louisville Courier-Journal.I

Doesn't Want to Be Friends t
Every time they arrange things for SPECIAL SALE
the Bull Moose and the Elephant to
pull harmoniously abreast the frca- We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
in the 12th to 17th Inclusive
the elephant
tious moose jabs January
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
ribs with his anUers.-New Orleans, .
State. -ONEmbroideries Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

Just Look-at 'Em, Man! Voiles and other Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
who declares .
French scientist
The &Co. Best place in the city to trade.
that the brain is not necessary to Wash Materials
human life ought not to encounterany .
great difficulty in finding living
illustrations to prove his point.Norfolk -I MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN I: .
Virginian-Pilot. i W. M. SLEMONSORANGE

I hereby give NOTICE notice that after Jan- Agents for Barclay 'Corsets .! S AVENUE
uary 9th I will not be responsible for M
any debts contracted by my wife,Mrs. McCall's Patterns
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RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE
1 MUNICIPAL LEAGUEAt Ire' 1 1
1I
I
\ the meeting of the Municipal

League held last night the following:

officers were elected for the ensuing

year: Mr. Victor Starbuck, presi-
\ dent; Mr. John Schnarr, vicepresident -

I ; Mr. E. B. Bradley, secretary.The .

following resolution was adopted i ------- -.--
I to be forwarded to Washingtonat '
t 1 r f 1
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once: ,
To the Honorable, the President and f '
= CoM(( ( fads
Congress of the United States of 0 .
America: .
Whereas, Thousands of miners in =- .. ...
= -
I the copper regions of Michigan, as ==-== --

STATEHB NK.of well as in other parts of the United i /t" il O, .::.
States, have been for months engagedin NI 11lIr Q" !U\ 5i. 'Oni J ii
a terrific struggle with the mine :
owners; andWhereas ------ ,
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In this struggle the workers -
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have encountered atrocity and -'

Orlando outrage, have seen their members Last year your Income arias $

murdered, their property destroyed, .

I their homes ravaged, their children = -= Family expenses v/ere __-,____ :
1893 killed, the editors and publishers of -
. their arrested, thrown into Rent, Taxes, Insurance [ _
',. '..... ,; '..t' papers jail -
i and refused release bail, their leaders
Personal .
I- expenses -
LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE shot, violently assaulted, dragged i-
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J. through the streets of the city, and Gifts and Luxuries :- :
driven out of the state; and -
CONSERVATIVE Whereas, In all the copper regionall Money set aside for old age or children's ( i =-:

ACCOMMODATING semblance of 'right and justice is Education '
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suspended and a reign of violence and

terrorism prevails, while labor and industry Totals .

are paralyzed, ; and
y Whereas, These events demonstrate

conclusively the utter incapacity of
I the mine owners to operate the minesof Fl Lit us help you do !better in 1934

these regions, either in justice to
labor or in safety to the
community,
"It is a pleasure to serve "
you. =
or in harmony with the welfare of the

people of this nation;

Therefore, be it resolved, That the

undersigned hereby demand of the
,
S Congress of the United States to take -
.3 I steps as follows:

_ __n _ ___ __ __ _____ ---- -- First, that a thorough congression
a1 investigation of the whole strike
MRS. LAWTON HOSTESS FOR THE EDDY ORGAN RECITAL AT BAPTIST
situation be made immediately, and
BOW KNOT CLUB 4i
CHURCH SOON
the findings be published at the earliest

possible moment
Mrs. i. B. Lawton was hostess fora Orlando is extremely fortunate in *
: Second, that the' government take
most delightful meeting of the Bow- her musical attractions this' winter -
immediate
to
steps acquire possession
'. Knot club yesterday, which was attended -'and now we have the announcement of the copper mines. : :r I) n I CI c

by ten members and six guests of an organ recital by the great artist An interesting and well attended p ;]

Mesdames Sherman, Monroe, Tem Clarence Eddy, who has achieved meeting was held and the work of ,
ple, Chalfant, Reichard, Car ack, world wide fame for his performances the
new commissioners in their efforts
f Howe, Abernethy, Rogers, Reese, and compositions.Few .
to make a better Orlando were
Granniss, McLean, Jenkins, Lee Miller living organists can point with heartily endorsed.
and Miss Romaine Clarke. such pride to such glowing '
press comments -
; It has been the custom of the club from all parts of the world, FLORIDA EQUAL FRANCHISE IN EVERY ONE

to keep a record of the scores, and even including the sacred musical centers ELECTS '
LEAGUE
the player standing highest at the end of Paris and London, where have of your purchases from us you will
of each season is privileged to wear lived the greatest organists of o o
many At of the Florida
a meeting Equal
the pretty pin, a bow-knot of gold past> generations.Mr. Franchise League held in Jacksonville n find originality NOTHING overdone -

(which is the emblem of the organ- Eddy will be fortunate in the Monday, the following officers were
ization), until another member winsit means for his interpretations, by having
elected.
but and
away. Mrs. Lawton, who has had the use of the new instrument in President, Mrs. Roselle C. Cooley. harmony good taste
the honor of wearing the bowknotfor the; Baptist church, which was i
nFirst vice-president Mrs.
Margaret -
two years, again made the high stalled only a few weeks ago. Every Croom. combined. Come and see.
"E- score in yesterday's contest, and her modern
improvement was used in its
Second vice-president, Mrs. Herbert
o 0
companions are laughingly 'threatening construction
: and it contains a variety L. Anderson.
to debar her from playing. of
especially voiced solo stops i :Mrs. William H. Baker, Mrs. Bion
The rooms where the card tables eld; larger
H. Barnett and Mrs: Ida Bush were
were placed had been charmingly'dec- organs. elected honorary vice-presidents off ALLEN & CO Jewelers
orated with roses, flame vine and asp There is no. music produced in the the league.

paragus. realm of sound more fascinating than ,
{ Mrs. Guy Champlain, recording sec
Mrs. Lawton served delicious the; many varied tones pf a large organ retary.

marshmallow pudding, cake, cocoa and ; whether it be to the ear of the Miss Frances Anderson, corresponding Everything Guaranteed. Reliable Repairing
bon-bons, and was prettily assisted student or to one who thinks he has secretary. '

by :Miss Rita Lawton and Mrs. Ben no music in his soul, and the managers Mrs. Fred C. Locke? treasurer. n: u. I .

Lawton. of the concert are undoubted] Mrs. E. M. Sanderson was electedas
The club will next meet with Mrs. correct in preparing for an overflow the chairman of the finance com-

Robt. Howe. audience. mittee for the ensuing year. J JOKN SKEITON T WilliAMS TO BECOMPTROLIEROF MMMMMtMltMtiMMIMIMMimiMiHIHUtmtHas .


MRS. MCELROY ENTERTAINED "USE OR LOSE" WAS DR. TUP ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.
ROYAL AUCTION CLUB PER'S SUBJECT LAST. NIGHT BUYS TAFT SCHOOL BONDS [ f CURRENCY U [ Y
w Nursery r Service

The Royal Auction Bridge club met "Use or Lose" was Dr. Tupper's At a meeting of the school boardyesterday Rumors of Opposition on Part of the

yesterday at the home of Mrs. Sylvan subject last night at the First Baptist afternoon the bid of the Money Interests to Appoint-

McElroy, with two tables of players church. Itvas based upon the Orlando Bank & Trust company for ment of Williams
text, "From him that hath not shall
present. the Taft district school bonds was ac-
Mrs. J. N. McElroy substituted for I be taken away even that which he cepted. The bond issue is for $4,000; 13.PresidentWilson Has always been accepted in Orange County as the
Jan.
Washington,
Mrs. G. H. Edwards, and Mrs. Charle: hath. Matt. 25:29. This passage, they run eight years from January 1, today sent to the senate the best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand
Campbell played in place of hostess, said Dr. Tupper, while paradoxical, 1914, and bear interest at the rate of
nomination of John Skelton Williamsof no oneever will, because our trees are the best
winning for her the club prize. apparently self-contradictory, expresses 6 per cent. The funds derived from .
Mrs. McElroy served a daintily pre one of the profoundest laws the sale of the bonds will be used by Virginia and for ex-officio comptroller member of the of currency the and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.

pared salad course' to her guests, of the material, mental, and the spiritual the trustees of the Taft district to
among whom were Mrs. Walter Brit world. It gave inspiration to, payoff the indebtedness on the school federal reserve board. Who ever heard of one untrue: to name or who-

tain, Mrs. W. L Palmer, Mrs. Seth! Drummond's great book some decadesago. : building and make certain improve- Mr. Williams is now assistant secretary ever heard of an ignored claim?
Woodruff, Mrs. James Laughlin, Mrs I' It is this: the continued neglectof ; ments. The Bank & Trust company of the treasury in charge of

B. C. Buxton and Mrs. M. B. Davis. any faculty or function inevitably paid par and accrued interest for the the official bureau and Secretary Me \Ve offer you first choice from the I largest stockin

The club mil be entertained at its results in its decay and final loss. It; bonds. Adoo's first assistant in matters of the world for this season's planting and
suc-
next meeting by Mrs. Laughlin. is true of physical strength, of intellectual -.. -. government finance. your
ability, spiritual life. Dar. PLANS FOR SPEER INVESTIGATION The office of comptroller of the cess with our stock is already assured when your

win's neglect of music and poetry, COMPLETED currency has been vacant for several grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per-
SPEND THE DAY PARTY
AT
THE when a naturalist, lost for him in old months. From time to time various
COUNTRY sonal inspection of land when requested on
CLUBA age his former aesthetic delights.Let Washington, Jan. 13.-Plans f9r the reports have been afloat of opposition your any
a man neglect his spirit and it investigation of the official conductof being brought to bear against the planting of 300 trees or more. ,Suitable discounts

jolly party, composed of Mrs. T. ceases to be a vehicle of the higher Federal Judge Emory Speer of nomination of Mr. Williams. It was to planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best
H. Evans, Mrs. Louis Dolive, Mrs. L.
knowledge.Dr. Georgia were completed today by the said that the so-called great financial -
B. Fort, Mrs. Weathersbee, and Misses of everything and 0, W. Conner behind it all.
Tupper's subject tonight will be subcommittee of the house judiciary interests were opposing him
Ruth Thompson, Emily Miller, "A Vision'of Christ. committee. The subcommittee, Rep There never has been recorded so
Alma DeLaney, Mamie Thornton, Carter
-
resentatives Webb of North Carolina, far as is known before any committee Y,
and Sarah Slemons, spent yester- HOT ROLLS TODAY AT FIVE Floyd of Arkansas and Volstead of or through any official channel, ADDRESS r rOCKLAAHA
day at the Country Club, where they
O'CLOCK opposition to his appointment,
Minnesota, will go to Macon next any
passed the time in golf, bridge, and
Monday, January 19, and open hear though there are various reports of .
needlework. Place your orders at the Tea and ings. Later the committee will pro impending opposition to his confirma-

,Rest Room today for hot rolls; they ceed to Waycross, Albany and Val- tion. NURSERIES

EQUAL SUFFRAGE ,LEAGUE will be ready at five o'clock this after- dosta.. Announcement of Mr. Williams' se-
,
noon. Telephone orders in this
morning lection was made after a conference
z The annual meeting of the Equal and call at five. between President Wilson and Secre-
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cunningham, Dept. 23 Tangerine Fla.MIMMMHIMIMtllllllllliMHHIIIIIIIMIMM' i
Suffrage League will be held this of Des Moines, Ia., are stopping at tary McAdoo. It is understood that .

morning at 10 o'clock at Unity Chapel MRS. TEMPLE TO SPEAK the Willola. Mr. Cunningham is an during the president's absence Mr .. .

All those interested in the cause ,- automobile dealer, and expects to McAdoo had been sounding senators

are invited to be present. Unity Circle this afternoon at 3 spend some time motoring over the about the nomination and believes it LIVING PICTURESAt ROLLINS MINSTRELS.

o'clock. "Current Events" given by country, but he didn't bring a car will be confirmed. So far as known ,

The Confederate ball is given for i Mrs. Temple will; be the subject for with him and is looking for one. Hand e the president has made no other selections the Lucerne theater on February3rd An

the benefit of the veterans' home in the afternoon. 1 All are invited. Mrs. Cunningham are enthusiastic for the federal reserve board. under the management of Miss given up-to-date by the students minstrel at show Rollins will Col-be

4 Jacksonville. Help a good cause and over the Orlando country, and are Secretary Houston said today he Antoinette Slemons and :Mr. W. S. lege on the evening of January 17th,
have a good time all at once. The The Grand orchestra will/'play for glad that they happened to land here. did not plan to resign from the cabinet Branch, Jr., with :Mrs. James Laughlin at 8:15: o'clock, for benefit of Rollins

I opportunity comes rarely. Tuesday the Confederate ball Tuesday -evening to become a member of the III. in charge of the dancing. Athletic dmission Association.will be only 35 The cents.price of

evening next at the armory. January 20. Subscribe for the Sentinel board. 1-11-tf Jt-134tJ.

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