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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 15, 1914
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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GREA1<::1 MID-WINTER SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME.


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




VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1914. NUMBER 290.





WILSON N 1 10 DEFINE "RESTRAINT f OFTRADE" f 1 f FORTY r PRIESTS FOLLOW KAGOSHIMA DESERTED f BY RESCUE f L f SHIPS LAND N PASSENGERS f



1CRUCIFER AI CATHEDRAL l 8N\ N OF f DISASTER


, IN ANTI1RUST 1 MESSAGE[ I : f FR01 GROUNDED ij N f SIR. COBEQUID


AN IMPRESSIVE SCENE AT ST.! NOT A SINGLE PERSON CAN BE
.
LUKE'S UPON ORGANIZATION FOUND IN POPULOUS JAPANESE I -

WILL URGE DRASTIC LAW BISHOP GRAY SAYS FARE E OF TWENTY-SEC- CITY OF A II NOT LIKELY THAT PROPOSED[ TWO STEAMERS RESCUE


AGAINST INTERLOCKING TO CONVOCATION OND CONVOCATION WEEK AGO TRAFFIC RULE R l[ Will OBTAIN NINETY-FOUR FROM DISTRESSED -


DIRECTORATES From the opening of the prelimi- Special to the SentineL VESSELNOLOSSOFLIFEREPORTED

service of Convocation Tokio, Jan. 14.-That enormous loss
Reviews Ministry as Bishop of Southern nary Tuesday Commissioner Johnson Unwilling to
of life and the annihilation
evening the services and business practical
Florida and Pays Tributeto Urge It in Face of Much
sessions have been marked not only of Kagoshimo have result from the
FREEDOM IN COMMERCEWILL His Successor Opposition
terrific volcano eruptions and earth-
by an unusually large attendance, but.
also by of interest quakes which began Saturday and
a special degree
Bishop Gray's final address to Con- There is little likelihood that the
and enthusiasm. have been continuing ever since is I
BE KEYNOTE OF COMMU vocation, delivered to an attentive traffic ordinance proposed the first of ELEVEN PASSENGERS REMAINING
reiterated brief dispatches which
:
The Rev. W. W. Williams of St.
I
afternoon ( the by Commissioner Johnson
congregation yesterday year
NICATION TO CONGRESS Paul's church, Key West, preached have come here from various sources ON BOARD COBEQU1D
I will be .
follows
in
was part as : adopted.The
.. WHICH WILL BE READ Tuesday night from the text, "What during the'day.The WILL LIKELY BE RESCUEDBY
"In 'rounding up' twenty-one yearsof police wer einstructed by Mayor -
think of Christ?" Archdeacon governor of Miyasaki, near the I
$
NEXT WEEK i ye OTHER VESSELS
my episcopate, nearly fifty years Sperry to have automobiles on Or-
east coast of Kiushiu telegraphs that
,
Cope and Rev. Mr. Oliphant of Mi-
in the holy ministry and in the 79th I ange avenue parked from the curb at
hundreds of terror stricken refugeeswho I
Special to the Sentinel.Washington year of my life, I catch a strain whichI ami, reading the lessons. an angle of forty-five degrees, the St. John, N. B., Jan. 14.-Faint "S.
Jan. 14. President managed to reach Miyasaki state
Over forty of the in their i
have tried to make dominant from clergy plan being to try the experiment for 0. S." calls from the missing steamer
Wilson will recommend a federal vestments followed the Crucifer and that there has been a terrible loss of I
the first years of my ministry. What two weeks and to abandon it if it Cobequid picked up in the Bay of
board, or commission, to pass on the vested choir into the Cathedral for life because the inhabitants of the I
Christ is, what He taught, what H proved unsatisfactory. After having Fundy at 10 o'clock this morning, re-
ethe islands unable to reach the
interstate were
industrial acts of full
corpora-
emphasized as fundamental until His opening service yesterday I observed the trial and received both vived hope for the safety of the vessel
tions, and tell such corporations just i several other mainland before being overtaken by
coming again, I have endeavored, I morning, priests, arriving I kicks and commendation on the idea, and the 120 people on board.
how far they may go under the law i later being in the fire and lava.
congregation. I
with the help of the Holy Spirit, to Commissioner Johnson says he will The wireless was not sufficiently
against monopoly and restraint of Morning said Rev.E. It is stated that no accurate estimate -
set earnestly before you. prayer was by not urge the passage of such a traffic strong to give the Cobequid's location
trade. A. Cornish of the casualties will be possible -i
of
the lessons
"Since we met a year ago in Key Tampa, regulation. He is convinced that but indicated that she had sur-
Such will be the leading recommen- being read by Rev. A. R. E. Roe, of for several days, owing to the interruptions -i
West, death has taken from us twoof there are some objections to the plan vived a tempestuous night and that
dations in his on the trust West in the telegraphic and
message and
Rev. L. A.
Key
Spencer I
our most faithful, devoted and ; which are sufficient to make it unde- there was still a chance for her pas-
question which will be read to con- railroad communications. The most
hard working priests. Rev. W. W.I Bishop Gray, celebrant, and Bishop I sirable under the conditions. The sengers and crew. The Canada Northern -
Tuesday or Wednesday of next I Mann the of the news received thus far has
gress
the
DeHart, who labored faithfully and preacher, taking. text, streets are too narrow for the successful liner Royal George caught the

week. successfully for twenty years in ["First the blade, then the ear, then come through wireless messages from. operation of the plan, says I cry of distress thre etimes and heard
Other features of the message, as the full in the the commander of the Japanese crui- I
: corn ear. Bishop
building up the parish of St. An Commissioner Johnson. While i it the steamer Lady Laurier replying.
the president outlined it today to I Mann forceful ser Tono. lIe states that not a single I
drew's, Tampa, and for many of those gave a helpful sermon, works admirably in some cities, he is The Lady Laurier went out from Halifax
members of will be a clear person remains in Kagoshima. The
congress years was our valued and successful :; prefacing it with a glowing tribute toi not inclined to think it would be alto- yesterday to take part in the
definition of what is "restraint of message does not indicate whether
secretary of Convocation. Bishop Gray-of the good foundationhe gether successful here. In the eventof search and ought to be near the wreck
trade" without conflict with the supreme had laid by his heroic and self- the people escaped inland or were:
"Quite recently was taken one who ; a runaway on Orange avenue with today.
court's decision that the "rule overwhelmed.
labors-of
was diligently at work here in south :I I sacrificing the wonderful the cars set at such an angle, he i is Weather conditions were a little
of reason" must be applied by the
ern Florida when I came as bishop 't development made during his admin confident that many fenders would be more favorable for the search for the

courts He will in their insist decisions.that drastic prohibi- who did splendid work for years a s istration. He then of bespoke the MAKING READY TO CARE[ fOR THE[,I, torn off, and furthermore there i is Cobequid today. The snowstorm had

archdeacon on the east coast and later hearty co-operation both clergy danger of accidents by cars backingout passed but the temperature remained

tion against interlocking directorates wi.s rector of the Church of the Holy and laity in the great work now devolving fARMR[ TfAM of place into the street. If the several degrees below zero and a
among industrial corporations, rail- himself
Cross, Sanford, the Rev. B. F. Brown, upon that the seed cars attempted to back into the curb, thirty-knot northwestern whipped the

roads, steamship lines and banks we who passed peacefully away after 8 sown by Bishop Gray be brought for he thinks it would result in many sea. Hope for the vessel rests chiefly
incorporated in the anti-trust legisla- ward to rich Hitching Shed on West Pine Street
years of a useful life, devoted to the a fruitage. broken lamps and other damages.On on the efforts of the United States
tion, and that freedom in competitionbe I The organization of Convocation Will Be Ready by End
Master and His work. the other hand, the commis revenue cutter Woodbury and the
'guaranteed, along with personal followed this service. of the Week a
"Let us thank God for the exam I sioner says he has received many Canadian government steamer Lady '
guilt and heavy penalties for viola-
At o'clock luncheon
ples of these brave, faithful soldiersof : one was served compliments on the idea, but he isn't Laurier. The Woodbury was thoughtto
tions. : by the Junior The hitching shed which the city
the Cross, and pray that we too Daughters of the King 'convinced that his original plan i ian is be close to Grand Manan.
He made it clear to congressmenthat to fully 100 commissioners are having constructedon
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people
affording
opportunity
may prove faithful, even unto deat entirely good one. Vessels sent to her assistance .
he expects anti-trust legislationat he'' for clergy and delegates to meet West Pine street will be finished
"It' s a striking fact that only ploughed through heavy seas all day
this session, but he wasn't insist- socially. by the end of the week, and will be
of the priests who were at work i in II HUERTA'S OFFICIAL ORDER SUSPENDS yesterday and last night without/
ent that such legislation must be Bishop Gray's farewell address, for the free use of farmers and others
southern Florida twenty-one years DEBT INTEREST catching a glimpse of the Cobequid.A .
taken up by congress immediately. elsewhere noted who visit Orlando with teams to ,
was given at 3 p. m.
ago still survives in this district; the j I thick vapor overhangs the bay,
I The Cathedral be cared for. Commissioner Johnsonwas
honored and beloved Rev. J. H. Wed- was again filled for Mexico City, Jan. 14.-Provisiona 1 making the search exceedingly diffU

dell, and ill health has compelled him I I[ evensong, Rev. John Oliphant and wondering yesterday if the farmers President Huerta's decre esuspending
Will fAIR [FYERNELD IN
BHBfST
Rev. Mr. Killefer assisting Dean Gray would use the shed, now that theyare cult.The
to resign his field of labor. payment of interest for the next six exact position of the steamer
''in the service the to have it, a thing that they've
ORANGE[ COUNTYThis I "My confirmation list for the past sermon being by months on bonds of the internal and when she sent out her call for help
Archdeacon been clamoring for.
i year shows over 400, the largest num j Cope. external debts of Mexico, is as follows remained in doubt this morning. AI
j During the offertory Mrs. W. L "A well known farmer asked me a
ber I have ever reached in one year : though her message said the Cobe.
Nutter Those sweet contralto few days ," said the commissioner
Is the Prediction of C. K. Pom- "And now, beloved, comes the completion -I has ago "In view of the abnormal circum quid which was bound for St. John
brought pleasure to music lovers "why we didn't provide some for
eroy After Visiting Several of my own transition. God many way stances in which the country is placedits from the British West Indies had
i here difficult the people from the to takecare
and country
Sections knows that my thought has been for sang a very ordinary income is not enough to struck on a ledge off Briar Island ,no
beautiful solo of their horses and teams without
to God -
the welfare and prosperity of thisI I "Glory by cover the expenses occasioned by the trace of her was found by a steamer
Rotoli. Her artistic having to a dollar to the livery
That the South Florida Midwinter I portion of His holy catholic church. ability was showllafresh n pay work of pacifying the nation and i in which made a circuit of the island.
"in this selection her stables time they came to
exposition will be the best ever held believe He has led, guided 'and overruled I! rich tones every view of the fact that it will be neces It was generally thought that she
with town. Well, they'll have a place afterthis
in Orange county is the prediction of all for good. I interpreting true effect, to the sary to continue these expenses until 1 had grounded on purr ledge off Grand
of all week, and I'll bet they don't
enjoyment her kindnessmuch use
Mr. C. K. Pomeroy, who has been on "I am increasingly gratified, satisfied -! present, the result promised by the govern Manan' on the western side of the
it.
a canvassing trip for exhibits and and thankful to God for the appreciated. ment has been accomplished, the ex bay.
But Mayor Sperry was of a different
posting advertising of the fair duringthe strong, vigorous and veil equipped ecutive, by virtue of the authorization M
Order of Today's Exercises opinion. He said the farmers
past few days. successor-physically, mentally and conceded by congress last Decem COBEQUID FOUND ON TRACY
Convocation services for would use the shed as soon as they
Mr. Pomeroy returned last night spiritually-to whom I now fully and today areas ber (the authorization to direct the
follows found its location, which is beyondthe LEDGES
from a visit to Apopka, Zellwood, McDonald completely turn over all authority : affairs of the department of war,
Holy Eucharist at 7 and railroad on Pine. Special to the Sentinel
Victoria, Clermont and Clar which I received from my blessed at 9 a.m., finance and the interior) decrees the
the latter service being the annual The shed is being constructed by i Yarmouth, N. S., Jan. 14.-The rescue -
cona. At all of these places Mr. Lord and Master. And I heartily following:
corporate Communion for the Wo Street Superintendent R. M. Bennett,I ships Westport and John L. Cann
Pomeroy found the people preparing thank our Heavenly Father that He "Article 1-There is suspended for
man's Mann and will be provided with a watering i have just arrived with ninety-four
exhibits, and in some instances theyare has allowed me to reach such sari Auxiliary, Bishop givingthe six months the service of the national 1
address. place, hitching racks, and covered passengers from the steamer Cobee
fully made up and are only wait faction and full confidence as I now debt with the understanding that th
10 m.-Business session of with corrugated iron. quid, which went aground the
ing for the time to roll round to bring have, that new life and vigor and a a. Convocation I sums which during this time shall be on
in Cathedral and Trincy ledges, twenty-four miles
of the
them in aud put them in place in the wise forward movement will mark Aux- come due will draw interest at the -
iliary at the Cathedral school. north of this harbor in
exhibition buildings. this epoch in the history of this missionary -I BURBANK'S NEW FIND GUARDED same rate as the obligations to which yesterday'sstorm.

At Apopka Mr. Pomeroy found that district. 1 p. m.-Dinner in Chapter House LIKE JEWELSSan they correspond. .

by St. Cecilia's Guild for the The Westport has
the school there, under Prof. Nix, is "I now say to clergy and laity-to clergy "Article 2-From the date of the seventy-two rescued -

going to make a splendid exhibit. all with whom I have come in touchin and all delegates. II Francisco, Jan. 14.-Perhaps promulgation of this decree the cus- passengers on board and the

This is exceedingly pleasing to the this region-farewell. May God 3 p. m.-Business session of Convocation the most remarkable cradle ever pro- toms duties will be paid in cash to Cann has twenty-two. Eleven are

directors, and they expect to make a bless you all abundantly here and and a session of Auxiliary at vided for a new plant species is the the respective federal offices." reported to have remained on board.

special effort to get all the schoolsof hereafter. the school, Rev. Arthur S. Peck, of armored bank vault in which the lat- They will probably be taken off be-

the county to participate.Mr. "And to you, beloved brother, my Sanford the giving a missionary address est creations of Luther Burbank, the PROPS R1Y ONE TO DfClDf lOCATION fore morning by other vessels.
to
Auxiliary.
Pomeroy was accompanied on esteemed successor, I turn over all plant wizard, are being guarded here

his tour by Mr. W. 0. Hall, and they power and authority which I have had 7:30 p. m.-Missionary service in against loss of theft until spring. OF S SEWERS I COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS TO

have been posting the roads with ad for more than a score of years, and I the Cathedral, followed by adjourn- planting time.Accounted I I IMPORT ARGENTINE BEEF

vertising: of the fair, which is to beheld do most earnestly invoke God's abundant ment of Convocation. more precious than diamonds A number of property owners of -

February 1721. blessing upon you and all your I these seeds-less than a peckare Orange avenue, Church, Pine and New York, Jan. Arrangements

work for Christ and the church, 'till J JIM earn HI $$250 l O fOR MSAUlI watched with all the care of Central avenue, met with the city for importation into this country of

RADIUM NOW USED TO CURE we all come again in the unity of the ONHJ. MIUER< priceless gems. commissioners yesterday morning to thousands of tons of beef and other {

MADNESS faith and of the knowledge of the' They represent the scientific inves- discuss the location of the sewer line xne&t products from Argentina, Australia

Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto Jim Gelett, the-Church street barber tigation and experimenting of a quarter which was originally planned to be and New Zealand have been

the measure of the stature of the full of a century by Burbank, holdingout laid on Orange avenue. It was the completed by American capitalists
who was tried in criminal
Paris, Jan. 14.-Radium is a cure ness of Christ.' for court promise of great commercial general opinion that it would be bet whose identity has not been disclosed.

for certain forms of madness, it i is "Farewell. The Lord be with you yesterday a murderous assault on value. ter to lay branch sewers in the alleys It[ became known yesterday that the
H. S. Miller
asserted by four leading French doc all. Amen." Picton Warlow., was fined $250 by JudgeT. One of these new species is called back of each side of Orange avenue, syndicate has leased four large ware

tors.Dominici, Marchand Charon and fine l1t", Gelett paid the Quino, a cereal in which the Santa for two reasons: to save the expense houses here with an extensive waters

Petit, Rho have been experimenting 3 CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL TO Sylvan ifcEtoy testified :P.d B rrtzard cldmE ta have cam }aed c-f tearing BJ? the flwnxg}s &e s t
on inmates of the great Charenton in BE UNVEILED APRIL 21 in which the "case, and said that the blow the food values of wheat, oats and to connect with the Orange avenue This is the first real move toward
Miller
sane institution in Paris. which dealt received on his head, barley in a form at once cheaper and main, and to save the trouble and inconvenience bringing a permanent supply outside .
was with"a
The doctors used a serum made of Special to the SentineLWashington billiard cue capable of,being entirely util ed. of opening Orange avenue beef and other food products to

horse's blood, radium salts having Jan. 14.-The unveil by fatal.Gelett Miller, didn't lack much of being It resembles hominy and the plant A committee composed of Rob- this country since the new tariff

first been injected into the animal'sveins. ing of the Confederate memorial in appeared in the court looks like wild mustard. Brought errt L. Hyer, H. H. Dickson, N. P. schedule went into effect. It was said

Men and women suffering Arlington cemetery will take place room. He was confined to the hos from South America, it was "fixed". in Yowell, J. F. Watkins and T. W. the: syndicate had no connection with
pital for time
from melancholia, confused ideas, op April 21 with appropriate ceremonies. some after the assault. its plantings and callings. Mathews was named to consult all any of the large American packersand

pression, acute dementia and general The other seed is that of a new the property owners and reach a con- that within a year when the big

paralysis were treated with the radium THE WEATHER Fine stationery by the box or type of flax, producing a perfectly i clusion. The commissioners .stand beef shipments begin it is expected

i serum and a vast improvement Florida: Fair Thursday; warmerin pound, envelopes to match, at Curtis neutral mixing oil for artists. For ;.ready to co-operate with the property the competition will cause an appre-

\ occurred in 75 per cent of the cases. north portion. Friday fair. & O'Neal's next'.poSto ice. this painters have always clamored. owners in the matter. ciable reduction in prices.

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$1.00 Quart
I the principal sections of the bill pre per
[ pared by the United States commis $3.50 per Gallon Grand Theatre
' sion of agricultural credits is now in
the hands of President Wilson, and LISTEN !
has been laid confidentially before the
Housewives, if use Olive Oil either for
and you
banking cur
senate committee on
salads, cooking or medicinal use, you want the best imported -

rency.The bill is intended to supplementthe oil, the kind that has the sweet, nutty taste. In "A Romance at Orlando
new Glass-Owen currency law, by making up jour grocery order, remember, we deliver

providing special banking facilitiesfor goods to your door.DeLANEY. 8

farmers, and to meet recommen
dations of President Wilson in his annual
I message to congress last month. $ ABERNETHYDruggists FLORIDAi"

: The commission which drafted the ,
bill was appointed by virtue of an act
F of congress, and consists of Senators Orlando, FloridaMIMMIMiMimiitiimttMIIIMMimiiiilliMH
' Duncan U. Fletcher, of Florida, and '
Thomas P. Gore, of Oklahoma; Rep .
resentative Ralph W. Moss, of Indiana 'HMMMMtlimiliMMMMMIMMIMfltllllMMIMI* I The Hodges Bros. and Ross i

; Col. Harvie Jordan, of Atlanta;,
Ga.; Dr. John Lee Coulter, of the cen- M

sus bureau; Dr. Kenyon L. Butter- 0 ORLANDO O HOUSE f Those Three New York Cabaret Boys
OPERA
field, of the ,Massachusetts Agricul-
tural college, and Clarence I. Owens,
The Outlaw
of the Southern Commercial congress. Vitagraphs---

The salient points of the new rural 19th.
Jan. .
f credits bill are as follows: Pathe's-Thc Smuggler
F Farm land banks to be created in

the various reserve states system to supplement of Glass-Owens federal J. A. COBURN'SGREATER Kalem -Two Part Comedy



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land mortgage banks. an all white company. Everyting new-
have federal
Banks to government
charters like present national banks. Every season. Beautiful Ensemble Spectacle. (A For Economy and purchase -
These banks to issue debentures as Gala Night Aboard a Battleship.)

their direct obligations, the proceedsof "Jolly Jack Tars at Play"Splendid power of your mon-
such debentures to be loaned to
farmers on first mortgages. Scenic Production of a Modern American ey, Try Wright arm

Farmers' mortgages to bear higher Dreadnaught and the men who man them. Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in '

interest rate than the debentures, and The Great Big FunShow and all that is new in Minstrelsy Orlando Florida
the difference to constitute the profitof Splendid Male Choir. Sparkling ComedyUnex- bulk. "Motto" Quantityand

the new banks. celled Dancing. High-Class Minstrel Vaudeville. Quality.
Banks either to be formed by pri-
SHOW YOU KNOW
vate capitalists or on the nonprofit- THE Fresh Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40cents

seeking, co-operative basis. PARADE AND BAND CONCERT DAILY ; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

Securities from taxation.of these banks to be exempt Sale at Butt's 9 a. m., Monday, Jan. 19th. Prices ozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30cents

Farmers to repay their loans 50.75-$1.00. pint.

through "amortization"-that is, in Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

i small fixed annual installments. (charges: prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
I misbranded within the meaning of the Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.

fAKf( ffRIIUZfRS[ [ COSTFARMERS insecticide act of 1910, but the mat- : I
i ter will be investigated, and if any I
I INSURANCE
: AMOUNTSI violations of the act are disclosed FIRE
lARGE vigorous action will be taken to insti- I
tute prosecution therefor." .

' Congress May Make It Impossible for In other words, under the present V
the most palpable Cvfhe Eflo
Fraudulent Concerns to imperfect legislation ( Success.
Do Business sort of a fake fertilizer may
be palmed off on the farming popula- COUNTRY
tion with entire freedom from fed-
Washington, Jan. 13.-Congress at eral prosecution, provided it is not RESTATE QA R U JAMSEM ,
undertake to
the present session may
insecticide, and car load
represented to be an Just arrived
E protect the farmers of the country whether i IMPROVED AMD, ({OTARYt1NI
doubt
then there is as
and glaring frauds in even immediate 1PROVE
'h from enormous a prosecution would lie. FORDS for ORLANDO f3l.it:
of commercial fertilizers.
the sale
It is estimated that the farmers of FLORIDA.
There is now no federal law to dollars delivery.Get .
,#' the country pay millions of
reach this type of fraud and the department for so-called fertilizers I
of agriculture is powerlessto every year
render any assistance. that are either wholly worthless or yours now. Office in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
land
I to the
that do a positive damage
The need of such a law has been F. G.-RUSH,
which they are placed.
on
brought to the department's attentionin !
a most forcible manner through Phone 226
correspondence with the agricultural HOMESPUN HOMILIES

, department of the state of Florida. Electrically

Complaint that a Boston company There ain't no portrait painter that I t Equipped!
has been palming off a fake fertilizeron was ever able to idealize the profileof .t
the farmers of Florida was madeto
politician.
a cheap
Representative Claude L'Engle of Nobody ain't never invented something ,
that state, and he took the matter up to.insure a moral risk. I ,
with the department of agriculture. Down in the bottom of many a old
Acting Secretary of Agriculture B. T.. hair trunk is baby's first cap. I
Galloway has just written to the Flor- College educations ain't worth noth-

ida congressman: in', yet somehow or other you alms
"It appears that there is no federal run, across them in the Who's Who
law governing the interstate shipment -
book. Two-Sixty Standard Model
,
of fertilizers, as such, and that has the hardest umeto : a The greatest motorcycle tilni
Live
poetry
ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
therefore this department is without git accepted. equipped with Electric Held Luht.Electric Tail Light.Electric Signal
Two Seta Storage Batteries and Corbm-Browa Reir-Dnve .
Speedometer.
authority or power to stop the inter- Diplomats don't never pass no bum 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'1THE Pric J260.00. See Catalog lor detailed dmripboD.l .
state transportation of worthless fer- cigars.
tilizers. However, it is noted that the 'ItiJ1lUUVlt

Fertilizer company claims in- The packing houses at Avon Park MARKETOf /: MOTOCYCLES'FOR
for its '
secticidal properties productin
having
order after -
are again in running
addition to its alleged value as a 1914
been closed down for the holidays.
fertilizer, which would bring it within Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
the scope of the act of April 26, 1910,! 60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian
governing the interstate shipment of Ocklawaha Nurseries have the finest trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production
insecticides, etc. This department has strain of pineapple orange trees, AND SALT MEATS in the history of the industry. ?,

not sufficient.information in its pos- warranted to produce strictly fancy FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Betterments -
session to indicate whether or not the fruit. Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
product in question is adulterated or I Fla. Write for catalog. I i 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
t 1.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111FOR All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
and pure. head light, electric,tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat
I SALE teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.
] We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Yon cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914
everything in the Meat line. Indian Catalog. It makes plain 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 Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you're ever read.

I The PARLOR MARKETH. The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of:

House one block from 4 H.P. Single Service Model............................$200.00
7 H.P. Twin Two-TwentyFiTe, Regular Model......... 225.00
7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00
Lucerne Circle. M. "Self & Co. 7 H.P.Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00
7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 215.00
STREET '. 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed,Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
PINE 7 H.P.Twin Hendee Special Model(with Electric Starter) 325.00
Owner Price F.O.B.Factory
Helen Wright
Phone No. 80MIIMIHMHMIMtMIIMIIIIMMMIHtllHIiMMiMl

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Congress Orlando Florida.Condition -

Washington, Jan. .-Basis for
at the close of business December 31, 1913 Have room or house
action by congress to rid itself of the your

burden of the "pork barrel" and clear RESOURCES _
the way for uniform and less costly : cleaned without dust or trouble
Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $103,080.10 .
construction of public buildings will
be furnished Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 : of furniture
soon in a report from # moving
the commission Stocks and Bonds .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33 ,-.' ,
public buildings cre-
ated by the last congress to look into Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,916.57 ,
the in which the l Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
manner government
.
The Pierce Electric Co.
erects its structures, of which Repre- send an Experienced '
sentative Frank Clark of Florida is a 656382.21
member. LIABILITIES man.

Among the proposals which the Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
commission has under considerationare Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35211.86
the creation of a department of Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .: . 521,167.38 SEE THEM FOR TERMS
public works and the establishmentof -'
' a new system of estimating in con $656,3S2.24e
nection with public buildings. A public

works department, members of th Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $189,971.68

commission more uniform declare construction, would and lead a de to Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 T B rl[ L[ [L.LT[ IL L coil''lln IIC[,

in the
of of
maintenance
crease cost Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The
federal buildings.
Some members of the commissionare officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust CHTJBOH STREET
hopeful that eventually congress Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
will allow the head of a departmentof friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The ." 111111111111111111111",11111111,11,11,11111)+1M

_public! works to map out his own management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
public building program and to make ; the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in 1t
no appropriations except those so rec this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and IMIillMIIII 11001111$1111,4,1 II Ml II 11144$ci

ommended.The strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
commission is expected to show ful statements to its patrons.

that congress and the tax payers alike M. M. SMITH, President I
are dissatisfied with the Sacrifice
present rrice
scheme for the authorization of build- W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier a

ings and demand less expensive struc- t .
tures, as well as edifices better suitedto 4
the transaction of government c
business. Modern office I buildings H @
I
promise in the future to push out the 11111111111111111111111'111111111'111111111111111111111111 11111 11111 11111** lit
monumental type now in favor in
Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
smaller cities and the governmentmay Fresh Candies

cease to build "Greek temples"for one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved
postoffices and the care of the
parcel post. Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb. with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
The commission will express the : Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. ]Ib. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. lb. locations in Orlando.
hope that congress will be less liberal Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . . 40c. lb.
in the future and cut down its aver- :. Menthal Drops . :. . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . 40c. lb.

age of-$1,000,000 a month for public : Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. lb. The Price is Right

buildings, to a more reasonable figure. : Gum Drops . . . . . . . ... . 20c. Ib.Chocolate Almonds
It is expected to point out that in I Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
some instances $50,000 has been pro- : Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams
vided for a building in villages of : Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts

fewer Another than step 1,000 to inhabitants.be suggested to :' and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts. OrlallUo
congress is the abandonment of the : Ice Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $L40. 15c. extra for delivering any ll Real l E Estate t t Co.
quantity. Special attention to
Should
policy to make use only of corner lots, I paid .parties. be pleased to show any one ,
through our I
and to eliminate the 40-foot fire limit :

on all sides of public buildings, both I factory.HOT DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH ; Phone 504tlttttiilMliilliUlll Watkins Block
of which
requrements are now provided I
f, by law. DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.

Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc. "*****************

ATLANTA FEDERAL PRISON IS I Tomato Bouillon .. .. . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc. __ .
GIVEN CLEAN RECORD Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . lOc.
: Hot Lemonade . . . . . . . . . lOc. ********************** utmiiiiiiMMimiimiMThe
Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c.

Washington, Jan. .-The Atlanta Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . loc.CsmdLy .
penitentiary is being conducted along Altamonte
lines difficult to criticise, and the Mayer Co ;
charges involving Warden Moyer and ,
ALTAMONTE
his discipline and rules are without SPRINGS, FLORIDA.
134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
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foundation, according to a report A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando(or A. C.L '
made today to Attorney General Mc- rill 11.111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 II 111111111111111111111111. R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served in interior '
Reynolds by Dr. A. J. McKelway, of Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the I
Washington, special investigator for 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111,1'1 IIMMHIiill most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on '
the department of justice.Dr. high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks. '
; Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing
McKelway spent more than a Shooting, etc. !
Hotel has
week in Atlanta and investigated'as It 500feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-
; ments. Orange and
fully as possible in that time all the grapefruit grove free to guests.
Only Altamonte
I Spring water used. Illustrated
charges made by Julian Hawthorne, .. booklet.
the author recently released from the

penitentiary, and by Representative MONTGOMERY GEO. E. BATES & SON
Howard, of Georgia. He had a long ProprietorsSummer

talk with Mr. McReynolds today, and [ Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
was understood to have reported thatthere AT "aii "
"Hitiiiiiiifii .
in.
was little foundation for the .
charges made by, either man. It i is
unlikely that Warden Mo.er.ill be COOK K AUTO COMP&NY& NEW
SHEET
called to Washington or that a further MUSIC
investigation. be made at this .
time. Further specific charges involving -
the Atlanta prison will be looked We have just received from New York over

into by Mr. McReynolds if broughtby ,

today responsible that he persons was satisfied, but it with was said Dr. I can make your car like 300 pieces of the very latest "Broadway


McKelway's report. new. See me quick if you: hits, Tangos, Waltzes, Two Steps Rags and

MARTIAL LAW PROCLAIMED AT >
JOHANNESBURG want your car painted. all the late popular songs.


Johannesburg, Jan. 13.-A general If you wish to know what is really the

strike has been declared and martiallaw i ..

proclaimed. .... ; : rage in music oh "The Great White Way. '


Mississippi man gets damages from : Come in and see this lot. .
railroad for cold feet in cars. Cold

feet in a poker game cause more tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll11111 111111111111111111111
damages, but you can't recover. W. S. BRANCH
,
Take your repairing to Warman on Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres Clean sweep sale Overcoats, Suits, .
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, Court street. 12-5-tf in grove, four hundred bearing trees, Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown The Arcade Book and
/iampoo, electric drier. Gem Barbc: and two hundred young budded grape- & Lartigue. l-6-6t ... Music Store
fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit
Shop. 1-2-tf Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor now on trees. Price $3,200.
ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Eighty acres, twenty-five acres W. T. E.- RICAN, If you want to sell anything, remember WE FIT
GLASSES
Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi cleared and fenced, house and out- Painter and interior decorator. New the Sentinel want column GRIND LENSES
Florida's best fruit trees, easily nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by buildings. Price $1,500. ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. Everybody reads it.IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Twenty aci.s on lake front, well Expert workmen employed. OPTICAL REPAIRING
reached from all parts of Orange, auto over hard surfaced roads, most located, three hundred bearing orange 12-21-lm
Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Volusia convenient for all planters and most trees. Price $2,200. f
counties by auto over hard surfaced reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nurseries Twenty acres good fruit land on ..
roads, most convenient for all planters Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat- lake front, two acres bearing orange Subscribe for the SentineLMlilllliiiltliiilillMM j WM. HARPER ;: ,:fr
six house. Price
grove, good room DRS'1JOSEPHINE
and most reliable in Florida. alog. $1,000. HARPER :!
Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Ela. Twenty-five acres bearing orange OSTEOPATHSOldestEstabtished
Write for catalog.W. I FOR SALE grove located on lake front within the |'
city limits. Ideal location for subdi-, i ; Automobile For Hire i Practice In DR. L H. RAMSDELL
.
vision. Price $10,500.J. Orlando J
.T. ENTRICAN, Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake E. CRAWFORDOffice ; New Five Passenger 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairt OPTOMETRIST
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and
Makes a specialty of painting, paper ten acres of garden land, one hun over Blue Drug Store i PHONE Consu utlo and Ex. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LOans)
ing, refinishing floors, furniture etc. dred bearing orange trees small 117 S. Orange Ave,;; 4194IHIIMMIIMIIIMMMIH. amlnatlon Free :.
Phone 636. 12.21.1mI house and barn. Price $2,500. Phone 404 M .illlllMMIMIMMIIMIt. ORLANDO, FLORIDATO
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a NEW TYPE OF CONVERSION DELEGATES ATTENDING CON. HiMIHIiimiimiMMIMMHIMIMIMtlllMMMItA. .
DR. TUPPER'S SUBJECT VOCATIONRev. Big Bargain in Fine
: Y. FULlER R. L. FOX
t This will be Dr. Tupper's subject J. M. McGrath, Mr. A. W. Residence PropertyNew
JOSIAH as was announced last night Street, Mrs. Richard Kimball, Or- THE PALMS AUTO COREO
the First Baptist church.. At the mond; Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Blanchet, ten room residence in
last evening .the subject of Rev. J. B. Blanchet, Mr. Nathan G. high class neighborhood near
ida u discourse was "A Vis- Stout, Fort Myers: ; Mr. Chas. E. Fitzgerald MOTOR CARS Lake Lucerne. Finely finished
of the Christ. John 12:21. "C r- Punta Gorda; Rev. A. C. Kil- and modern in every respect.Lot .
Greeks seek out a Grecian dis lefar, Bradentown; Rev. W. W. Ball, For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a 210 feet front and 210 feet

Copy. by name of Philip and get intro- Kissimmee; Rev. Arthur Peck, San- full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof deep. Room for three additional
office to Jesus. These Hellenists had ford; Rev. E. B. Snead, Eustis; Right houses. Garage. Six large bear-
the to dar had the distant vision; they Rev. A. B. Knight, Sewanee; Rev. and competent repair men. All our work is absolutely! e ing pecans, eight full bearing .
now the personal vision. They Mrs. S. C. Thompson, Ocoee; Yen. W. guaranteed. orange, two grapefruit, five full ,'
I by all ceremonialism and come H. Cresson, City Point; Miss Babbitt, bearing loquats, and scuppernong .
One I tly to Christ. Here is wisdom. Tampa; Mrs.: Needham, Miss Christine grapes. Owner must sell.
Six may conceal Christ as well McCormick, Leesburg; Miss Jessie w Price for a few days, $7,000.
Three reveal him. Let no ordinance di- Hill, East Coast; Mrs. Gillett, ,Any kind of reasonable terms.
our attention from the Redeemer. Tampa; Mrs. Schreiber, Miss Schreiber THE PALMS AUTO CO I
church services may obscure spir-I ,.Ocala; Mrs. Kirk Munroe, Cocoa-
if not given their mediatory nut Grove; Mrs. Fred Rogers, Miss FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.illltllllittllMIIIMMtltlllttaiMOMMIttlMMM. Cooper Atha
In the presence of Christ we Gamsby, Ocala; Mrs. Owen, Mrs. Dob-
how useless, how hurtful may son, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Mackey, Exclusive Agents
derer ritualism in itself. What the heart Tampa; Rev. and Mrs. S. P. Reade,
band is the personal Christ, whose Fort Pierce; Rev. and Mrs. J. G. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111otice 114 SOUTH ORANGE AYE.
cut was sculptured benevolence, Glass, Mr. D. S. Woodrow, Mr. F. J. ,
cheap. hand was friendship's symbol, Burden, Ocala; Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Orlando, Florida
eye was liquid sympathy for Remsen, Rev. and Mrs. F. A. Shore,
The human sorrow and sin." Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Evans, 125Sm.MMMHMIMMIIimttH.
the It was one of the most powerful :Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Broderick, Fort to Auto Owners
Dr. Tupper has preached Meade; Rev. H. W. Ticknor, Clear-
ample the series and it made a deep water; Mr. J. R. Brumby, Mrs. Walter
may on the large audience. At Bull, Dunedin; Rev. Dr. W. C. Rich-
close a large number of men and ardson, Rev. J. F. Porter, Rev. A. E. R. L. HOLLANDwill
arose, some to confess Christ Cornish, Rev. Wm. Reeve, Tampa; 1 u erne Auto OilThe
the' personal Saviour and others to Ven. J. C. G. Wood, West Palm Beach;
old Auto Buggy e
or
recover
bills an interest in the prayers. of Rev. Geo. H. Ward, Leesburg; Rev. your
Christian people. W. W. Williams, Rev. A. R. E. Roe, Make Back and Cushion
Tops. oil that has
Dr. Tupper will preach only two Key West; Rev. F. A. S. Mercer, Bar- your
sermons, as he will have to close tow; Rev. and Mrs. Richard Bolton, Slip Covers and Auto Top dust stood the supreme -
The work with the church next Friday Hon. J. H. Drane, Mr. 0. M. Eaton, ,
upon I His last meeting with the Lakeland; Rev. Rudolph Stahley, Wul- covers. New top or cushion work for test
and I people will be held Friday fert; Mrs. M. G. Stovin, :Mrs. Switzer,
i at four o'clock. Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Litch, Miss Kath- carriages and buggies at reasonable --:: THATGood
of Don't miss the services tonight and erine Litch, Mr. Howard Litch,. Win .
tariff. II night-7:30 is the hour. ter Park; Mr. Frederick H. Rand and prices. All work and material guar-
I the Misses Rand, Longwood Rev. Jas.
The I I SAD BECAUSE HE CANT Cope, Rev. Mr. Oliphant, Miami; ; Rev. anteed by T. M. Coppedge, Trimmer d Gulf Gasoline
hauled 1 COME TO ORLANDO Robert A. Tufft, Daytona."A .

and Ocala Fall River, Mass., Jan. 12, 1914. CHILD OF THE SLUMS" -ATMtMIIIIMIMIIMIIIMIMM-
ing Editor Sentinel:-As I look out of PLEASES

which window show a the white pavements layer of in snow the When Mr. Field engaged his com- R. L HOLLAND CARRIAGE[ s SHOP r : : P. G. WALTON, Agt.i .

ly the edges. A large automo- pany this season he evidently scoured i
have truck just went by with 12 tons the country for the best actors money : PHONES 450-269
act. coal in it. The snow is blowing
could get. Last night's presentationof
the and the thermom-
corners "A Child of the Slums" gave Mr. I lilllllMMHMMIIIMIbe
at 12 o'clock last night registered Field only a small part He states
"' action above. At 10 o'clock this morn- the bal- -
this
that he gives up play to
ney it registered 28. ance of his company, to show their
We have had no winter here yet The honorsof .
same ability and versatility.
case in a great many places the grass the evening go to Mr. D. S. Red- t
This is the first week that
judge green. field, as William Pomeroy, the mor-
that automobile has been put up. We phine fiend. We can not say enoughof
Coast. even got any ice; in fact, I his perfect interpretation of that

the practically wearing the same very difficult part. Those who : ,-. '' .' '' ",- .',
I in the and .' .
wear summer
will have
watched the play closely
} predicts a very mild win- noted how near he came playing the 4
e"A.
; part, his face and hair becoming
The I received the
issue of the
morn-
whiter and whiter, till he becomes
paper and I am watching how merely a shadow of himself, a noted .

for town will winter.not progress be able in beautiful to reach Orlando.Orlando .feet The of bill the announced use of that for terrible tonight drug.is JewelryWe Gifts I AlWays A Appreciated

"Me and :Mother," a pastoral dramain
going About 300 feet from my office I
three acts. The matinee on Satur-
day look in the window and see boxes
day will be "Foxy Grandpa"A ;
fee.
oranges piled up marked "Walter

no able Drennen Company, Orlando." I FLAT BACK DOWN carry a complete stock and can
very much pleased to see these
an and see that their business was suit all tastes. Come in and look us over.
Reese of the Orlando
Down stairs under my Joe Hugh
I can buy the Orlando cigar. Daily Sentinel accepts the challengeof
camp Yours truly, the editor of the Sun to a foot
C. S. GRAHAM.P. race, and says he will win in a walk.
turned S.-Since dictating my letter the Joe, however, stipulates that we meet "
have broken away and we him at the Orange county fair in Or-
; ditions I. ,,' a blue sky with sunshine. Win- lando, well knowing that it is impos-
in his ; has been put back again. I sup- sible for us to leave our business at
shifts you will be making prepara- this time of the year. The editor of
been ; to pay your income tax. the Sun was treasurer of a baseball
C. S. G. club in his youth, Joe, and you would
stand no more chance of winning in a
foot race with us than the membersof
the GOES BACK TOBOARDMAN'S
that club did to get their money
back after the club disbanded. T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
Mr. G. E. Partridge is again at Gainesville Sun. ,
\' having returned to his
an'absence _ __ __._ _._ ___ ___ --.- -
get love, as it were, after
tariff. some time. Mr. Partridge was for- 11111111.111111111111111LL POSTOFFICE .
slow. I at Boardman's and his friends I.
the be glad to know that he has gone FLORALCOI l! EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
the He is an excellent salesman,

as has a large personal clientele. CUT SPECIALTYPhone FLOWERSOUR

not Warman Repairs and Retires Baby
2516( TAMPA, FLA.
on Court street. 12-5-tf M6MMIIMIIHIMIiilMNew


:\ r -- - BIG REMOVAL SALE

Studebakers are HereFour .

give STOW ONTHURSDAY'S
half Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar

bor. $1,115.Four .
and I

K r 1640.Cylinder Cylinder, Six Landau-Roadster Passenger Touring, $1,265.Six Car. WfDNSDAY[ & UATS I H4TSI HflTSITHREE I

f7 '
Special
s train Prices'f.o.b. Orlando.All PRICES

along' Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and $1.98 $2.98 $3.98
starter=and every up-to-day equipment. Come
around and see them. 50c Rajahs21c ,.
got $5 to $25 Values
lic
ings San Juan Garage Co. Yard All must. go at these ridiculous prices.
the is Come In and look them over.

ing All Night Service
Watch our specials. We have them every two days. They are ripe with bar-

spite gains. Yours for increased business. .
that AJAX TIRES guarantee;5000 miles, Five

j good is per cent off for cash. 1 / A.EIO N E. IES





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are not only the highest grade candies you can I.j.I.j.. S ep&lmn

buy, but the freshest. Made in our clean kitchens, where tltttHIIMMMMIIMIMi I.,,..

sunshine and fresh air abound. If you give your wife or
.LUCERNE CIRCLE.
i:
sweetheart a box of Butt's Chocolates or Caramels she :. Will be Ready to Serve You
BEST FLORIDA i
will always greet you with a welcoming smile. Take one MADE CIGAR :.

to her tonight. # Sold by all dealers, 5 Cents \ \ Wednesday morning Jan. 14th : ;

. HiHIMMMMMIIMMMiSENTINEL in our new building. On account ; ;

of the burning of a lot of our :

new fixtures, we will be slightly ;
BUTT'S K KANDY KITCHEN[
inconvenienced; but we are ; ;

making every effort to get things :

Orange Avenue in order, and trust you will continue ; ;

to favor us with your valued ; ;

tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilitWADE " " " " ' " " " patronage.Dry .

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AD. GOT CUNNINGHAM oDQi QDQi QDQ QDQI : Goods Department two \ \
Don't
miss the Confederate ball at
the armory next Tuesday evening. CAR IN SHORT ORDER"I I I FAVORITE T Awl north sections main floor.

Admission one dollar. Excellent mu- I I I| B. E MILLER, ,
THE TUNER sic and a fine supper. don't like the Sentinel, said Manager g ,
ORLANDO, FLA. W. R. Cunningham as he entered the I
Mrs. Waters Howe, who caded | :
was Sentinel office yesterday afternoon. Matinee P. M. Night 6:30

to Nashville, Tenn., some days ago "It takes too short a time to get results I i I ADMISSION CENTS :
i
on account of the death of her mother -
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from an advertisement. put ,
Mr. C. A. Turnbull, of Chicago, is a returned home yesterday.Reengagements an ad. in the Sentinel last night for DallDCDGllDCDGllDCDGllDCDOIIDG. I''
Program Tie Yoe11-Blloortli Co.
late arrival at the San Juan. are a mark of ap- an automobile, and I expected to have Three crackerjack reels I I'':

Confederate ball at the armory preciation.' Maud Powell again, January time enough to walk over the city and "Universal" Program! I'

Tuesday evening, January 20. 28. Auspices Methodist Baraca see it afoot before I was bothered A big surprise program of special :

Dr. T. E. Sample, of Omaha, Neb., class. 1-15-11\\ with answers to the advertisement,, pictures Orlando's Store
Is among the prominent guests regis- Mr. and Mrs. Barley, of Steelton, but here it is I've got a car alreadyand Tomorrow: Largest
tered at the San Juan. Pa., friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. am riding around in it, and it's all "The Death Stone of India"in
Mathews, arrived in I Orlando last due to the quick results produced by
Jackson of Pied- three
Mr. and Mrs. Gus parts "Quality Did It"MHMIIHMHIMHIMItMMIMMMMIMMMitllM
mont, were among the county visitorsto night for a sojourn. They are stop- Sentinel ads. Let me have my bill
Orlando yesterday. ping at Duke Hall.The quick and get out of here before some-
Confederate ball at the body else hunts me up with an auto- "DOES LOVE FLY OUT OF THE,'
armory .
The Confederate ball Tuesday even
next Tuesday evening will be one of mobile for sale." Mr. Cunningham is WINDOW WHEN THE WOLF
ing, January 20th-that's next Tues IN AT THE
the most proprietor of Cunningham's Auto COMES
pleasant social affairs of the IMIMIIIIIMiHMHItlMMMHHtMlltMtlttlltlllMoney I''
day.Mr. entire season. Everybod* is invited Clearing House of Des Moines, and he DOOR?"
Frank Myers arrived yesterdayto Admission one dollar. is here with his wife for a visit. Be. \

visit his mother, Mrs. H. B. Myers, Rev. and Mrs. Clement T. Blanchet, ing in the auto business it didn't take "Or Marrying Money," will be Dr.:: to LoanLoans

on South street. Mrs. William F. Gwynne, Nathan G. him long to drive a bargain for a Wray's subject at the Grand Sunday I'

Mrs. Cadman arrived yesterdayfrom Stout of Fort Myers, Rudolph Stah- machine, and he will see the countryin evening, January 18, at 7:30.
Narcoossee to visit Mrs. W. C. ley of Sanibel, arrived yesterday to his own car, and will sell it whenhe This is "sermon No. 17" of his pop :
Person on South Main street. attend Convocation. gets through.PROMINENT ular series to young people on "Love, :
I in of$500 to $3000 j
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, Maud Powell Courtship and Marriage. Sunday i I sums
electric drier. Gem Barber violinist, Lucerne VISITORS SEE morning the subject of Dr. Wray's i r
shampoo
theater,January 28. IMPROVED INSIDE fora i
12tfMrs. Auspices Metho- MANY IMPROVEMENTS revival sermon will be "Gideon's Band I: on property
Shop. dist Baraca class.. Reservations be- !
and God's. You cordially
are !most :
A. R. Haile and child have gin January 23. One dollar. 1-15-llt term of FIVE years. Principal :
returned to Palatka after a week'svisit A party of prominent visitors to invited.
with Miss Berta Branch. Picture Chas. II. Buck, of the Civic Motion Convocation who were being shown and interest payable in monthly |
company of Tampa, who has about town yesterday by Col. J. N. NEAR BLOOMERS IS GOOD
Examine those Flannelette Gowns featured the _
picture "Romance at
Bradshaw were David j>. Woodrow
marked down to 60 and 90 cents,'atBoardman's Orlando," for the two I instalments.fHMIMMIMIIIIIHIIIHIiMIIHMtllMlllilllilil.
past nights
at and Fred J. Burden, of Ocala, and I lot opposite theElks' ,
The
I government
"Store of Satisfaction. the Grand, returns to .
Tampa today'Judge Sumter L. Lowry, of Tampa. This
much bet-:: -
Club now presents a
Mrs. Henry Bartlett and sister,Mrs. W. H. Fish, chief justie of was their first visit to Orlando in.: with its Italian : s.JT..A
Baldwin Davis, went to Tampa yesterday the supreme court at Atlant Ga.,, several years, and all expressed' surprise -,lawn ter aopearance and near-blooming rose bushes.rye
for a visit with friends.Mr. arrived last night to fed ,
spend the
a days and admiration at progress
ladies of the Civic
Thanks to the
R. L. Lambert, one of the lead- with his brother, Mr. Geo. Fish. They of the town evident on all sides. !I J I J:
ing merchants of Leesburg, was will leave today for their camp at I League. I .. .. nMllllHflmiMMMMMMtiMtlllMHHHIMMMHWe .
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among Orlando's visitors yesterday.We Econlockhatchie creek, for a week's PACKED HOUSE AT LUCERNE

offer great values in Eclipse trip.Mr. THEATER LAST NIGHT I WANTED-By a position as young gardener.man,Can German drive,1'. J Jellies aild Preserves
Jaffis
Shirts and Underwear at Boardman's and Mrs.,J. L. Roberts, rf Ches- automobile or motor boat. Handyman J '
Store of Satisfaction." l-15-2t ter, Pa., arrived.last night to spend Manager J. B. Magruder of lhe Lu- around place. Address "G 1.15-3t'," care<'. ,
Next Monday, January 19th, being the remainder of the season with Mr. cerne gave a free show last night and Sentinel.
General Lee's birthday and a legal and Mrs. Geo. E. Macy, at their homeon the house was packed, there being We carry a full line
holiday, the State bank will be closed. the corner of South and Hughey over fourteen hundred people in the LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
FLOUR
streets. Mrs. Roberts house actual count. The PANCAKE
is a sister of by program
:Mr. C. E. Carter returned to Jacksonville Flowers .
yesterday after a visit with Mrs. Macy. tonight will include three fine reels,i PURE MAPLE SYRUP

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Car Have you registered for the June "An Accidental Clue" (Majestic),! ROSES, VIOLETS, PURE CANE SYRUP
"Tony's Sacrifice" (Reliance), and|
ter. primary? If not, do it today. The
books in "Revelation" (K. B.). CARNATIONS, PANSIES, FLORIDA CANE SYRUP IN BULK ?
are in
Capt. C. H. Baker, of Zellwood, one open every precinct!
of Orange county's substantial citi- the county, and you should registerat POTTED PLANTS
zens, was an Orlando visitor yester- once.. You can not vote in the MORE THAN THREE THOUSAND! Coffee and Tea Our Specialty
primary unless you register by the SAW ORLANDO ROMANCE I

.day.We first Monday in March. Twenty different brands of Coffee to se- ;
have a lot of Children's and More than three thousand paid admissions COAL CHARCOAL
Misses' Coats to close out at half Col. T. J. Watkins went to Tampa at the Grand witnessed the lectfrom.

price for a quick sale, at the "Storeof yesterday to attend a meeting of the production of the picture play, "Ro- WOOD.I I
Satisfaction." l-15-2t board of trustees of Sutherland college mance at Orlando," Tuesday and I
Mr. M. N. Walker arrived in Or- which convenes there today. Wednesday nights and Wednesday Veneer Cores
From thence he will to Arcadia to Seasoned Heart Pine THE SANITARY GROCERY
lando last night from Birmingham, go matinee. It was a pleasing picture I
Ala., on a visit to his "aughter, :Mrs. look after property interests and made popular by the appearance of Oak Wood
A. R. Sandlin. where Mrs. Watkins has been spend- local characters. All sizes and lengths CARUTHERS & GORE

General admission 75 cents. Maud ing some days. Yard
Wood
.Powell, violin recital, Lucerne theater, Mr. Nathan G. Stout, until a short STATE BANK ISSUES A FINE Orlando Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street

January 28. Reserved seats one dol time ago editor and owner of the Fort CALENDAR B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor

lar. 1-15-llt Myers Press, and C. E. Fitzfen-ld; of The State Bank of Orlando is give Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. 1
Mrs. W. E. Stewart, of Pittsburg, Punta Gorda, were pleasant callersat ing away a beautiful calendar. It is Turpentine Chips Fence Posts CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
is the attractive house guest of her the Sentinel office last night.: Both one of the most artistic yet seen, anda 1111:11111111 ill till n .
sister, Mrs. James I. Thornton, on are attending Convocation in Orlando copy may be had by calling at the, 1111111111111j
East Jackson street. and are much pleased with the I bank, so long as they last. i 1111111
beauty and progressiveness: of this ij

Eat Eat what all you you want.want. city.All Eat what you want. j RECommencing :M VA L SALE

Take a postscript and forget it. who are interested in national Eat all you want. I _

.For sale by all druggists.1.7d&w.lyrAmong prohibition are urged to meet in the Take For sale a postscript by all durggists.and. forget it. Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,

the prominent Floridians lecture room of the Presbyterianchurch l7d&wlyrOSTEOPATHY Wool Underwear at cut prices for CASH
Thursday. The W. C. T. U.
registered at the San Juan yesterday .
will observe this day as National Pro- Overcoats $17.50
I were Messrs. B. D. Hiers and Wm. B. $30.00 Suits $20.50 $25.00
hibition Amendment day, as will all
.Lukens of Gainesville. 20.00 Overcoats 14.75
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t Suits
"White Ribboners" throughout the organized 25.00 17.50
; Next item on the program-4 pairs states. We are very fortunate DR. J. C .HOWELL 22.50 Suits 15.75 18.00 Overcoats 13.50
. of the famous "Eiffel" Silk Hose for in securing Drs. Mav, Statr. Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointment o.oo Suits 14.75' 16.SQ Overcoats 12.00

One Dollar-regularly sold at 50 centsa Poulson, Tupper, and White, Prof.I No extra charge for house treatment ,
pair-at the Removal Sale of Ma- Tomlinson, Mr. C. E. Howard, Col. Telephone connections SWEATERS HATS .
rion B. Ives, Friday and Saturday. T. J. Watkins, and Rev. Metcalfe. I Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes.Fresh .
$3.00 Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats $3.50

2.50 Sweaters 1,75 4.00 Hats 2.75

't. 2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 Hats 2.25

1.50 Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75

Seed Remember we only handle the celebratedHartSchaffner & Marx line 01 Clothes.

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

Fresh Garden, Flower and Field Seed 30 years experienced.
SCRUGGS & DICKSON'

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The McKlro3r Pharmacy
This store is the home of Hart Schaftner & Marx clothes

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; OWN 371 LOTS IN THE CITY LIMITS AND FOR 10 DAYS WILL GIVE 25 PER CENT. OFF OF PRESENT PRICE, CASH OR TERMS. I HAVE 20 LOTS ON EAST AMELIA AVENUE AT :

;, $200 EACH; 40 LOTS ON COLONIAL DRIVE AT $200 EACH; IN FACT, I HAVE THEM IN MOST ANY PART OF THE CITY YOU DESIRE, FROM $50 TO $3,000. SATISFACTION OR

t MONEY REFUNDED. IF INTERESTED DROP A CARD TO BOX 639, CITY, GIVING YOUR ADDRESS, AND I WILL CALL ON YOU. BOX 659, CITY.

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FOR SALE FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten iHIIIIIIIIMMMIM

PEOPLE'S WANTS Farm ,of twenty acres, ten acres I rooms and sleeping porch; centrally
: TOo BUYS ITh cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21.2 located; suitable for either one or
two families. Address F. G. Rush,
miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake
F MUNNIMAKERS Davis. Good wire fence on three City. 11-26-tf

Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale. For sides. Small new house and well
Handsome five-room house, two- Rent etc.. for this column 2Sc for one day About 15,000 feet of saw timber. FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
60c for three days or ILOO for one week for Land all dry and suitable for truck to persons wishing suburban
story, directly off Lucerne Circle 25 the words advertisements or less. fer Money this must column accompany as no ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to accommodations; also 2 acres good Latest Patterns and Colors in i
all equipped for hot and cold insertions will be made on credit. work it and will sell' at a bargain. truck land, close in. Good opportu- iJ J
I ; Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. nity for right person. Address "A,"

water, electric lights, etc. Best FOR SALE 1-6-d&w-lm Sentinel 9.8tf Ginghams and PercalesSee

f location. In the $JOOO class. the new line olLadies'
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, FOR REN1 MISCELLANEOUS
Let show .
us you.Another
on Court street. 12-5-tf Muslin Underwear
WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply
FOR RENT-A 4-room house in Con-
Griffing trees give results. Office Orland hotel 1-6-tf
$1650 cord Park. Apply at corner Ame-
opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales lia and Putnam streets. A. D. But- DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St. McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
man. 12-25-tf man. l- -3t. 12-12-1m

A good investment proposition. I
FOR SALE-A good small business EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas YOUNG LADY desires position; gen-
' Can rent from February 1st for that will pay a handsome income. and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson eral office work; references. Ad- STORE
i Cooper & Atha, 114 South OrangeAve. avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf dress "M," Sentinel office. 1-13-lw
one year for $25.00 per month. l-8-6t

For location etc. FOR RENT-Two large rooms, well WANTED-Late model used automobile 128 S. Orange Ave.n8HMIIMIMIIHMMMtm .
FOR SALE-Good, sound, gentle bay located reasonable
; rent by the roadster or touring car, for
horse. Good worker and driver.. month or year. 406 S. East St. cash. Wm. R. Cunnigham, care Wil-
Cheap. Address C. W. Tharp, Win- 1-6-lw lola hotel, Orange avenue. 1-14-tf
ter Park, Fla., Box 90. M4-lwi- II I I I II I
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FOR SALE OR KENT-With stock IttilMtililliMMttmCiitMMIiitMMmitMMIIMISEE
and tools, best farm in county; va- .
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r riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- lIIMIMIilMOM..
'to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or-
lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf


FOR SALE-Buick car, four passen- THE[ [ENTERPRISE[ MEAT MARKET
Hand Bldg., Church St. ger, 1912 make. Has been thor

- '-- oughly overhauled. Price $450. Only DAETWYLERBUNGALOWS
reason for selling am going away.
TAFT ITEMS Jos. D. Wilson, 511 E. Orange St., 21 East Pine Street
Taft, Fla., Jan. 12.-Mr. A. J. Lakeland, Fla. 1.9.3t

Richardson was in Orlando Wednesday ORLANDO FLORIDAJUST
transacting business.The FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre -
grove; five hundred grapefruittrees i
new heavy machinery recently fifty tangerine trees, and 750
purchased by Messrs. Tracy and Miller orange trees. Grove should pay for
, for the novelty works has arrived itself in two years. Address P. 0. MIMMIIMMHIIItlMIHiMMMtlllMiMMIMMIMM OPENED
Box 105, Orlando, Fla. I .
and is being placed in the factory. -
12-18-d&w-tf I Everything new and complete. As sani-
Also a car load of blocks to be cut II FOR RENT-Fumish large front LOST-Pocket book containing $53
into veneering by the new machine, FOR SALE room; all modern conveniences; I and some valuable papers. Returnto tary as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest
which will soon be in operation.Taft Five-room bungalow; three spacious with private family; close in, 302 Wm. Slyck, Formosa, Fla., and get Meats of all kinds.
piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- North Orange Ave. 1-6-6t reward. 1-14-3t
is to be important
getting an I
ern improvements. 506 Lexington St.
shipping point. Several car loads of 1-15-lm FOR RENT-Two-story house, com- AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, Fish and Oysters in Season
different commodities going out from [ pletely furnished. Ready for occupancy subsoiling, tree planting, stump
HOUSES FOR SALE January 25th. Apply to Fred blowing, orchard renovating; land
here daily. I B. Dale, 306 Anderson street. cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand Courteous attention; prompt service and
Three nice and -
Should the weather be favorable new cottages sev- l-14-6t suppliesEstimates cheerfully .
there will be a "quiet time" at the eral lots with young trees, on Orlando, I furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St., prices right. Give me a trial. .
Heights, cheap; owner wanting to go APARTMENTS FOR RENT-Two, Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm
school house next Thursday evening, South. Apply at 308 Gore avenue,
I four and six rooms each; first, second -
j January 15th, commencing at 6.:30 Orlando, Fla. 1.11-3t and third floors. Apply Taylor's YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .

p. m. Everybody cordially invited to FOR SALEA Apartments, 1008 Hughey street, Or- ring 448 for the Arcade Press- J. A. COX ProprietorPHONE
come and help break the silence with lando Heights. Cheapest in town. ing Club. The boy will call. Club ,
new two-story house, contains 1-11-6t rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a specialty -
speeches, recitations, singing, etc., 6 rooms and bath, all newly decorated.All 1-10-1m 105
and all enjoy a social evening.Mr. doors and windows screened. All :FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; everything -

A. A. Holley, of Aiken, S. C., electric fixtures installed. Corner lot, i new and modern; large verandas WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
who recently purchased a farm of fine location. Best value in residential I ; three minutes from post office, ings and cut hair to 305 Garland - --
property in Orlando. Fred B. I in best part of city. Three to five I street. We will make them as desired ttttlllGIDlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltHeal
Mr. Ellison, has arrived and is at Dale, owner, 312 Anderson street. I dollars per week. 308 West street. I or purchase same for cash.

I work clearing his land. He is much 1-15-6t 1-8-1w Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm Estate Agents, Investors and IlomeseekersATTENTION
pleased with Taft and the surround-
FOR SALE OAK LODGE APARTMENT HOUSE LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B
ing country, as all are who stop here. !
Good property; 40 acres little northof OPEN to take in roomers and light ," somewhere on the Orlando
He thinks this the best in the state. Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young .housekeepers. Everything new and streets Monday. If found, leave at the
Mine Host C. H. Nelson, of the Nel budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.The neat. Corner Church and Osceola. Sentinel office, and receive reward of I offer for $1,800 two-story, six-room cottage, with
son House, has purchased a fine Kim ideal place for poultry and dairy .1 1.4-6t $1.00. 1-1-tf rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.

ball piano, which arrived today. If farm-good range, plenty room, good Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
milk trade established. Will sell stock i FOR RENT-Furnished three room I II WANTED TO RENT for remainderof
six-room oil finish
you wish to hear nice music, stop at with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, I flat for light housekeeping; all conveniences season, by family of three, small bungalow; double verandas. Special
the Nelson. Fla. 12-15-lm ; central; rent cheap. Inquire furnished house in good neighborhood.House heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy basement

We learn of another large sale of 23 E. Pine street, or phone 571. must be clean and convenient. wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry :or
FOR SALE I 1-11-lw Apply by letter to X. Y. Z., Sentinel furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.
land, some 300 acres, a short distance
office.
An artistic and beautiful home; 1.14.6t House fronts
on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
west of town, to of
a party capitalists modern and in FOR RENT-Nicely furnished, quiet
from Boston,. Mass. Still they ular. Seven complete large rooms every and partic-bath; rooms in new home, close in; elec- NOTICE lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I

come and still there is room. We understand immense closets. Screened sleepingand tric light, hot and cold water bath,: The books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
that it will be cut into rear porches; ten-foot veranda fireplace in large front room. 114 voters in Orange county will be Open to all.
up across entire front. A few bearing East Jackson street. l-10-3t opened in my office at the Court
small farms and occupied by settlersin trees, flowers and shrubbery. New House on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY
the near future. and near in, fine location. FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in and will be kept open six days in
J I: Any one desiring an ideal home, new modern home; every convenience each week, until the first Monday in
307 West St. North Orlanda
:address ; kitchenette if desired; reason- March, 1914. ,
Cash Warman fixes 'em
Registers. OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door W. L. DOLIVE,
on Court street. 12-5-tf I 1-2-tf to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. tltttftflttttMlilMMttllllMMiMMMMMiMHM



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We about want the everybody Lucerne Picture in Orlando Show to know, the W o N 0 E P F U LFtHTIBE L F E U P E PICTURE P 1 U R E I II N SPECIALMUSICAL[ I l I /' PROGRAM a;


best in the city, finest in pictures and TWO REELS

best music. Can seat 1000 people. Un flr lection of P, I [ I

II I D n D 11 !p Overture to "Faust":: ....... ...................Gounod

1MEI IrA 11 DUn 11 "Martha" ,.., .. ,, ,,, ,, ,..,..,,,,,Flotou

< Overture-"II Trovatore" .......................Verdi

Selection-"Bohemian Girl" ......;............ 0.. eI'x1.e'ic11i'

.. Overture-"William Tell" ..................... Rossini

Selection-"Mikado"1 .. ........................Sullivan
Grand Selection'Beggar Student" .............Muller
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MILITIAMEN TOLD TO. GET INLINE WOOD, COAL AND ICE
I' Dr. BucKmaster
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Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I
clean issue has been made between Coal Yard,.phone 566. 9-31-tf
the war department and the Osteopathic Physician
National Guard association of the Now is the time to buy Manhattan 132 Orange Avenue W. M. SLEMONS
United States, upon the point of or- Shirts. Semi-annual sale now on, at
ganization of the militia forces of the Next door to People's Bank, I
Scruggs & Dickson. l-7-6t
country.By I up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
direction of Secretary Garrison, ,diseases treated.Telephone .
Major General Wood,as chief of staff I I Subscribe for the Sentinel and get
New Goods
of the army, has issued a circularNo. the latest news. 578. I IJ Arriving Daily
13-announcing the decision ofj I
Judge AdVocate General Crowder,I
thatthe militia must conform in or-
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ganization to the standards of the -'
regula rarmy, else they will be deprived SPECIAL SALE
all federal financial
of
support. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made John B.
by Stetson & Co.
Few, if any, of the state national January 12th to 17th Inclusive
guard associations are now able to made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
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meet the requirements. If the government -
-ONEmbroideries Boys' Suits"Lord. Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
is to be able to make use of
the militia in an emergency, there Voiles and other Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
must be a sweeping change in the
state organizations or a radical modi-j Wash Materials & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
fication of the existing militia law.

The first religious census of Miamiis MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
to be taken at an early date. .
W. M. SLEMONSORANGE
NOTICE
I hereby give notice that after Jan- Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
uary 9th I will not be responsible for AVENUE
any debts contracted by my wife,Mrs. Patterns
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The death of Eugene Grace, who = -
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wife two years ago, and who died of -

the wounds caused by the mysteriousaffair CkJ1 I Fat'\ D- .

which a court trial failed to \ ",,
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: clear up, is described in the Atlanta t tp :

Georgian as follows: _
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I For more than an hour before the '
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STATHBANK. end came Grace lay silently, with his ,'

. eyes closed, only the faint beating of Jignrc 5i Out -

the pulse showing that life yet remained -

: in the pain-racked body. Then -=- -=

the eyes opened, glazed and wonder- - -

ing, and the lips moved. His mother

. '2 of Orlando bent closer, her ears laid against the Last year your Income S r. ,

lips of the dying man to catch his last

1893 words. Li Family expenses were _

And then, with his mother's hand
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'Rent Taxes Insurance. ,
-i: : : : itI clasped in his and her arm about his t.

I. shoulders, the end came. Personal expenses .
LONG
ESTABLISHED Until about 2 o'clock Sunday after-

SAFE noon Grace, though racked with pain, Gifts and Luxuries -

I CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING was rational and spoke calmly with Money set aside for old age or children's
the relatives who were gathered about

his bedside. Late Sunday he began Education .

lapsing into unconsciousness, still .

fighting death with the grim deter- Totals . .

mination that made his case so re '

markable.

'; I "Doctor, if you'll help me," he said .

shortly before the end, "I'll win yet." Let us help you do better in 3914

The doctor spoke encouragingly.

"What about this cold I have; do "It is a pleasure to serve you."
you think I have much chance?"

asked Grace at another time. .
:
"Gene," replied the doctor, "your =- "

chances are slim. You are a strongman -=
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and you know I have always

been candid with you."
t
-- -- m __ "Well,..doctor," he said, "I have
t fought a good fight. With the same
DINNER PARTY CELEBRATESJ. COBURN'S MINSTRELS ORLANDO -
; tenacity with which I have clung to I : II !'" 'I': I ''II'I'

t- J. I. THORNTON'S BIRTHDAY OPERA HOUSE JAN 19 life I will come back and haunt the ::!!:, 1IIInllllllll" Jill!; ,I ''Imll I T.! h'llllli'liI'I', I, !,I IIi
: Ii 1 iilli!, d I : ; i i
t woman who brought all this misery .
Last evening a beautifully arranged J. A. Coburn's minstrels, old favor- "

t dinner was given at the home ites in Ocala, paid u? their annual upon me.

of Mr. and Mrs. James I. Thornton.The visit yesterday. At noon they gavea Then the dying man lapsed into a I=====
stupor to awaken no more. In a delirium I rCI
i day marking the anniversary of concert on the square and a parade CO
: he talked of "playing the
game
his birth, and twenty-four friends off. afterwards up Fort King avenue and "
and
Mr. Thornton were gathered at his down Ocklawaha. The cornet solo winning.
"I'll win," he would .
t hospitable board. I played by Mr. Coburn was greatly en-. say.Grace's .
h ,The entire lower floor of the house joyed and the entire band was an ex- fight for life was one of the

,t was artistically draped with flame cellent one. most remarkable in modern medical
records. Since March 5, 1912, when IN EVERY ONE
vine, and the two long tables at which A large crowd witnessed the per-
he was mysteriously shot, he had
the guests were seated were festive formance
t last night and enjoyed it

with American Beauty roses, asparagus very thoroughly. For a number of been.a Burg hopeless said cripple.Dr. that if. the bullet 0 of your purcnases from us you will { i

f fern, and jessamine-the attract- years this company has been comingto

ive color scheme of red being followed Ocala, and each year the show is which pressed against the, spinal cord find NOTHING
the ninth dorsal originality overdone
at vertebrae until
in the candle shades and place cards. even better than the previous season,
the lower half of the
J The elaborate and very appetizing and such was the case this body was hope-
year. lessly paralyzed had been removed but harmony and good taste
t menu served consisted of oyster cocktail The first part of the performancewas ,
when he he would be
was operated on
wine, pea soup, olives, radishes, excellent, including beautiful .

saltines, turkey, cranberry sauce, songs, the usual number of jokes, etc., alive Mrs.and Hill well today.too to combined. Come and see.
was prostrated see
mashed potatoes, asparagus on toast, and the stage setting was most at-
reporters, but a few hours before her o
creamed peas, cheese, fruit salad, tractive. There were quite a numberof o
son's death she told relative that
sherbet, apple pie, mints, nuts, bon- new vaudeville acts, and the whole a
she was satisfied with the life her son
bons and coffee. show was exceedingly enjoyable

t The affair was delightful in every Ocala Star. had lived. ALLEN & CO Jewelers
"Gene has been she
a good boy,
particular, and the fortunate guests At the Orlando opera house Mon- I
said. "I know of no man who has ,
included Messrs. J. L. Giles, LeRoy day night, January 19th.
been braver than he in all
Giles, Thomas Grant, A. A. Carmack, history,

; Samuel Jones, Thomas Thompson, C. LITTLE ZOE WERNER LEWIS and I am proud of him. Other men Guaranteed. Reliable RepairingDOCTOR
Everything
have been brave human
., C. Reichard, S. B. Chalfant, C. F. DANCED AT THE GRAND I fighting enemies n nLlC
I but he has them all in
Chalfant, A. J. Taylor, Jim DeLaney, eclipsed cd
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with Death. He has
battling
a reward -
N. P. Yowell, Isaac Sailor, E. F. One of the most decided hits yet
in heaven I The designing .
,
am sure.
"
: Sperry, G. L Shinn, Harry Dickson, scored by the Grand under the new
woman who wrecked his life
: H. C. Gettier, Jos. L Guernsey, J. N. management was in discovering and HAS FUNGUS CURE FOR I MHMHtttttttMlttHilMIIMMilHMMtttlHMIIIHHas
has her there
a penalty awaiting even
Bradshaw, 0. R. Cooke, Howard presenting little Miss Zoe Werner, DIPHTHERIANew :
if she here.
was acquitted
Altha, C. G. Mcllvaine, and S. Y. Lewis Tuesday evening. The tot is I I

Way. only three years of age, but her per- NUMBER OF REGISTERED VOTERS York, Jan. 14.-Dr. I. L.. Ten : 1
formance was wonderful and she Medical I Nursery
GROWS BUT SLOWLYThe Broeck, of Minneapolis, in the -
SUFFRAGE LEAGUE OFFICERS brought down the house. She danced: I Record, gives an account of a

,, RE-ELECTED. the tango, and a skirt dance, and did I number of voters registered up new method of treating diphtheria. I
to last night was 146. Under the old
a parasol song. She was daintily He relates his experiences in implanting 1

Yesterday morning the annual bus, dressed in an accordion plaited dress registration there were over eleven i in the throats of patients suffering I

iness meeting of the Equal Suffrage! and Val. lace. She is the attractive hundred voters on the books in the from it a fungus which multiplies always been accepted in Orange County as the

League was held in Unity Chapel., child of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lewis. two Orlando precincts., and the
destroys
germs.
rapidly best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand
The officers who have served the I She will probably appear at the Grand The fungus is said to be -harmless '

league so faithfully during the previous again next week.PERFECTING OIL KING SQUELCHES MAN and to do its work rapidly. It is no oneever will, because our trees are the best

year were re-elected: Rev. Cleveland, Jan. 14.-Several men called the achya muscaris. and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
were playing golf with John D. Rock-
Mrs. JessieM.
Safford
Mary president; PLANS FOR CONFEDERATE -

Thayer, first vice-president; Mrs. BALL efeller at Forest Hill links when one WOULD SEND WARSHIP Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who-
asked how good a certain stock was.
Mahlon Gore, second vice-president;
heard of claim?
ever an ignored
Mrs. J. Madison Alden, third vice- The Daughters of the Confederacyare feller."As good as eggs, replied Rocke- Christiana, Jan. J4.-The govern

president; Mrs. J. C. Patterson, fourth: perfecting plans for the Confederate ment has resolved to request the We offer you first choice from the largest stockin
vice-president Mrs. Beardall, recording ball to be next "Yes, but there are good eggs and ..
; given Tuesday storthing to vote the necessary fundsto
the world for this season's and
bad
said the planting
eggs, man. your suc-
Mrs. Victor Starbuck
secretary; evening at the armory. The Grand send a warship to represent Nor-

corresponding secretary, and Mrs. F. orchestra is to furnish music duringthe "Likewise" there are good stocks and way at the opening of the Panama cess with our stock is already assured when your
bad stocks the oil .
A. Curtis, treasurer. evening, and an elegant supper replied magnate.AT canal. grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per-
The third of the series of fellow will be served to all who attend. The

ship teas will be given by the leagueon admission is one dollar for each per- UNITY CHAPEL SUNDAY TURKEY SUPPER sonal inspection of your land when requested on any

January twenty-third, at the homeof son. By request Miss Gordon will speak Will be served by the Methodist planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto

Mrs. Mahlon Gore. The committeeon next Sunday morning at Unity Chapel Ladies' Aid Society, Saturday night, planters of large In fact the best "
entertaniment for this affair will on "Why I Am a Unitarian." January 17, from 5:30 to 10 o'clock, in acreage. very

be composed of Miss Safford, Miss YOWELL STOCK IS REMOVED TO the Granniss building, opposite the of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
BUILDING
NEW Grand theater. Price 50c. 1-14-3t .
Arter, Miss Gilbert and Mrs. Fred TODAY
Montgomery Motion Picture Co.'s
1 Stanley. The N. P. Yowell stock of dry goods GRAND THEATER"The NOTICE

has been removed across the streetto All persons having goods stored ADDRESS
Whip Hand" (Essanay) with the late Jacob Shanibarger, at
UNITY CIRCLE DISCUSSES LEADING the new Yowell-Duckworth build-
Drama. 10 East Church street, Orlando, are
CURRENT EVENTS ing. The new fixtures have not arrived -: notified to remove same before
"Flood Tide" (Edison) hereby
l The regular meeting of Unity Circle but the goods have been placed Drama. February 1st, or they will be sold for I OOKLAAHA
and makeshift made for the time be- storage.
was held yesterday afternoon in Unity and usual P. M. SHANIBARGER, Adm'r., I
ing. The work of remodelling the
Chapel, and many interesting subjectswere Thursday Vitagraph. 114.1w line castle, a la. f
discussed. Mrs. store vacated by Mr. Yowell for the I
Emily Temple HODGES BROS. AND ROSS

:i was in charge of the department of Dickson-Ives company has begun and New songs every day. Think over ROLLINS MINSTRELSAn Dept. 23, Tangerine, Fla.MIMIMimmillMIMMIMMMIIillMIIIHIIillitt.
will be
current events, and the Mexican war, pushed to completion. the ones you want them to sing. up-to-date minstrel show will be

the volcano eruptions, and the workof Prices: Children 5c., adults lOc. given by the students at Rollins Col- .
MEN'S lege on the evening of January 17th,
ASSOCIATION
Dr. Caroline Bartlett Crane were BUSINESS
continuous
We are now running per- -
at 8:15 o'clock, for benefit of Rollins
the topics for the day. formance from 3:30 until 10 p. m. Athletic Association. The price of LIVING PICTURESAt ROLLINS MINSTRELS

The Business Men's association will} Sorry we couldn't accommodate all) admission will be only. 35 cents.

The Confederate ball is given for meet tonight at 7:30. Important bus the people who wanted to see the l-13-3t the Lucerne theater on February3rd An u -to-date minstrel show will be

the benefit of the veterans' home in iness; full attendance requested.The local moving picture "Romance in under the management of Miss given by the students at Rollins College -

Jacksonville. Help .a good cause and Orlando." W. T. ENTRICANOffers Antoinette Siemens and Mr. W. S. on the evening of January 17th,
to Orlando the newest and best at 8:15 o'clock, for benefit of Rollins
have a good time all at once The Grand orchestra will play for Friday Hodges Bros. will sing of workmanship in the painting and Branch, Jr., with Mrs. James Laughlin Athletic Association. The price of

opportunity comes rarely. Tuesday the Confederate ball Tuesday even- "A Fool There Was. decorating trade. Phone 636. III. in charge of the dancing. admission will be only 35 cents.

3 evening next at the armory. ing, January 20. Don't miss this one. 12-21-lm l Ml-tf 1133tvty.


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