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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: January 17, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINEL '






GREAT MID-WINTER SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME.


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




VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1914. NUMBER 292.




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r PEOPLE'S[ BANK IRE[ASURER U [ OFGROWERS' Special to the SentineLWashington Special to the SentmeLWashington ORANGE
JOHNSON REQUESTS THAT Jan. 16.Representative Jan. 16.-President COUNTY JAIL EMPTY fOR CHARGED WITH FALSELY

RECORD BE MADE OF Stanley of Kentucky, who led the Wilson and Secretary Garrison have
I I I STATING CONDITIONS IN
HIS OPPOSITIONTOPUBLISHASSESSMENTS LEAGUE investigation of the steel trust, intro- decided to make CoL George Goethals, FIRST TIME IN YEARS

duced a bill today providing that all who engineered the construction of STRIKE DISTRICT
I
Account of the Meeting of Executive contracts that restrain any part of the Panama canal, the first governorof Sheriff Frank Gordon and Deputy

the commerce in the United States in the canal
Committee Held in Jackson- zone. Lawton Looking for Somethingto

ville ThursdayThe any degree shall be a violation of the This became known after a lengthy
HappenYes MAY APPLY TlttMlL
_ anti-trust act. conference held at the White House

Times-Union of Friday con- It is provided further as an amend- this afternoon, during which the sec-
I the world is growing better.
COMMITTEE OF FIVE CITIZENS tained the following' account of the ment to the Sherman act that any individual retary presented to the president his Sheriff Frank Gordon says so, and it REPRESENTATIVE MACDONALD

meeting of the executive committee of can bring suit against corn- plans for the civil government of the
TO SIT WITH COMMISSIONERS must be admitted that Sheriff Gor- PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN
the Florida Growers' and zone.
Shippers'
IN EQUALIZING VALUATIONS corn-petition don occupies a point of vantage which
League, for which Orlando is to be[ The government is to be established IS DENOUNCED BY MEMBERS -
gives him affairs held
not
angle
an on
FOR TAXES headquarters: I( consent of the attorney general and under executive order which is being by everybody., OF OWN FACTION

A meeting of the executive com the co-operation'of the department of formulated by the secretary, and Col.
For the first time in
twenty
The first stormy session of the city mittee of the Florida Growers' and i justice. Goethals will be given almost' abso- Orange is years Houghton, Mich., Jan. 16.-Charging
jail
thq county empty.
commission occurred yesterday when Shippers' League was held here yesterday This bill is to be followed in a few lute authority, and have under him Sheriff Gordon reared aroundnot that ,he has misrepresented the

the matter of confirming Mayor E. F. at the Seminole hotel, and days by bills drawn by Stanley prohibiting -' about twenty-five hundred men. in was up strike situation in Michigan, the cop
( ) the jail, and he can't remem-
Sperry's appointments came up for many important matters were discussed -!I interlocking directorates and ber the time when the county bastilewas per country members of the Progressive -

formal action.Commissioner. A. and a general policy of work restraining of ownership by corporations BRITISH H HOPE E TO SAVE CREYOF[ f free of occupants before. He county committee and prominent
S. Johnson objected . determined mineral lands in the United leaders of that in
upon. places the estimate at party Houghton
to the appointment of Mr. C. A. States where such ownership constitutes crudely twenty
the elected
Lloyd S. Tenny newly tonight sent Representative
county
SUNKEN[ SUBMARINEThough [ years, that being the length of thesheriff's
and
Boone as assessor and collector, general manager, met the committeefor a monopoly. William J. MacDonald at Washington -
but it have
memory, may
made an argument against it. He the first time and made I him
a num- been a lengthy message rebuking ,
even a longer period. Circuit
contended that Mayor Sperry didn't ber of recommendations and sugges- UND ,IS QUOTED AS SAYING Grave Fear Is Entertained I'court was.held in December and dis. and demanding a retraction of the

have the authority to create the of- tions, which were acted upon. Mr. for Safety of the Men Who I posed of all the capital prisoners and statements he is alleged to have made

fice, and said that he wanted a record Tenny has been in Florida since Jan- INTERVENTION[ IMMINENT Went Down I the session of criminal court held this"week (I in congress and to Senator Ashurst.

made of the objections raised by him. uary 1, and has made a short trip Local leaders are also reported to be
got rid of all the petty criminals -
that he had
Mayor Sperry said over a portion of the state. A good Special to the Sentinei. considering the application of the recalL -
London, Jan. 16.-It is stated at the I and that left the sheriff without
ample authority under the charter, so deal of interest has been manifested American Colony in Mexico City Is '
far as that was concerned, but on his I Alarmed Over admiralty offices that the submarine anybody to detain behind the grated
all over the state as to the locationof Report That Representative MacDonald lives at
side contended that the office was nota A-7 which went down today during windows, except one-a small negro
the headquarters for this new Blow Will Fall Soon Calumet, and is a lawyer. He served
the off had girl held on request for the sheriff of
that it had existed before maneuvers Plymouth not
new one,
and Mr. has been devoting four of
league, Tenny I years: as prosecuting attorney
been directly located, when operationshad Osceola county. But the jail does not
and that nothing had been done ex- considerable time to this ques- Special to the Sentinel Houghton county, and was elected to
cept to make change in the division I Mexico City, 16.-Alarming to be abandoned on account of contain a single prisoner for Orange
tion. The the the
temporary headquartershave I sixty-third congress on national -
rumors spread through the American darkness. I county-not one.
j of the work. been in Tampa, but it has been Progressive ticket, defeatingthe
Under the old order the city clerk !I colony here tonight that interventionis The sunken submarine is believedto J Sheriff Gordon and Deputy Lawton nominee
the wish of all those backing this regular Republican by a
' has been the assessor and the city imminent. be lying in soft mud about eighteen : were wondering yesterday what would
: small
new movement, to get the cooperationof majority.
marshal the collector, but as a mat- the I The rumors were traced to Kaleb fathoms below the surface four miles happen; they regard the condition tooi
and shippers of the i
ter of fact the city clerk has done all growers : Price, of Elba, Ala., clerk in the off Ramshead. good to remain so for many days.
entire state, consequently at the meeting i ,
the work, and :Mayor Sperry has been yesterday the executive committee --!American consulate. The crew of the vessel was com-I Neither would say, however, that the THREE THOUSAND BANKS WANT

convinced since being in the office Price told a number of men in con- posed of Lieut. Wilman, substitute !'creation of Seminole county had anything -
voted to select Orlando the
during the past few weeks that the headquarters, and, offices will as be I fidence that John Lind, the president's Lieut. Morrison and nine men. Salvage -t to do with this seraphic statusof TO Bf IN RESERVE[ [ SYSTEM

work which has been undertaken by opened there immediately.Steps I personal representative, told him not operations will be resumed at affairs.

the city clerk has been too much for to bring his wife to Mexico, givingas daybreak, and it is not expected that
be taken
are to at once to se- I Hearings on the Location of Regional
his reason for so advising him, "I difficulty will be experienced in
to any
one man attempt.The
cure the incorporation of the league! UN THOUSAND mR JOB Reserve Banks Continueat
argument between the mayor and it is planned to hold the first an- !could not promise trouble iruten days, raising the disabled vessel to the sur- APPLY Of Washington

and Commissioner Johnson waxed but I could in ten weeks, when the face, though it is feared that the work
nual meeting and election at the time*
warm, the former stating that he i of the meeting of the Florida Horticultural great blow will fall." can not be done in time to save the INCOME TAX COLLECTOR[

administration lives of the crew although they Washington Jan. 16.-Reasons why
stood for a more efficient society, early ,:n May. The : were ,

of the city's affairs even if it temporary executive''Ommi.ttee. will JEROME'S[ [ LIFE THREATENED[ [ BY equipped with helmets, and oxygen Department Issues Instructions of Charlotte, N. C., should be chosen as

cost a little more. Mr. Johnson took tanks, which would enable them to the seat for the federal reserve bankin
conduct the business of the league until What Will Be Required of
the side of economy, not thinking it survive immersion for several hours. the South Atlantic states were advanced -
such permanent organization is es ANONYMOUS PARTIES[ Such Appointees

necessary to employ so many men to tablished. General Manager Tenny is today to the organization com-

do the city work. II mittee by a delegation from Char-
working on a plan of securing a boardof KEPT ALIVE BY EATING FISH Washington, Jan. 16.-Treasury of-
The appointment of :Mr. Boone was Attorney Is Warned Not to Pursue BAIT lotte. The district proposed would
directors that will represent the CREW BROUGHT IN ficials have begun picking out internal
confirmed by the votes of Mayor I the Persecution of Harry consist of Virginia, North Carolina,
different sections in the state, as wellas revenue agents and inspectors to collect -I
Sperry and Commissioner Robertson, Thaw Further South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,
the different industries; inasmuchas Pensacola, Fla, Jan. 16.-After all the income tax. There are more

Commissioner Johnson voting to the this league is to include the vegetable .hope for their survival had been than 10,000 applications on file for eastern Tennessee and southern West

contrary.The New York, Jan. 16.-A dozen anon- Virginia. The delegation urged that
and pineapple growers, as well abandoned the six men comprising the the 400 jobs.
of :Mr. Carl Jan- letters Charlotte's central location made it
appointment ymous threatening death to
as the citrus people. crew of the fishing motor boat Lenore In anticipation of the appointmentof
sen as city clerk and treasurer was Williams Travers Jerome unless he admirably suited for a reserve bank.
While it has not definitely been decided were brought here early today by the these collectors the treasury has
confirmed by a unanimous vote. :Mr. discontinues his attempts to return Charles A. Bland, mayor of the
yet, the board of directors will schooner Ellen C, from Mobile. The issued instructions to them
Boone will be required to give a fidel Harry Thaw to Matteawan have been govern city; W. C. Wilkins and H. M. Victor
consist of the Lenore
probably of nine men, and ; engine was disabled which read in part as follows:
ity bond of $5,000 and Mr. Jansen the turned over to a detective were the speakers.A .
diSitricts agency. and the boat blown
they will be selected from three to sea last Satur- "The duties of officers of this class
same kind of bond for $15,000, the An argument against Thaw's ad- delegation from Philadelphiawhich
which will cover the entire, day night. From that time until are to ascertain and report the names
premiums on each to be paid by the mission to bail was completed by Mr. urged the selection of that city
state. The northern district will picked up by the schooner, the crew pf persons who in their opinion are
in-I Jerome yesterday. He will take it to for one of the reserve banks was
city.The clude all the counties north of had nothing to eat except fish bait liable to the income tax and who have
commission took action to pub-' Concord probably the latter part of strongly opposed to the establish-
The Ellen C
Sumter, Lake, Orange and Brevard picked up the Lenore one failed to make return as required by

lish the tax assessments when the counties.' The southern section will"next week and present it at a hear- hundred miles out from Pensacola. law; to inquire into income tax returns ment of a great institution in New

rolls shall have been made up, so that include all the counties lying between ing on the question of bail. where there is any suspicionthat York. Levi L Rue, chairman of the

all property owners, especially non- the northern and southern division.I Philadelphia clearing house, agreed
the return made is to

residents, will have the opportunity to The term of office for the board of DROVE CAR OVER BUST T GRASS BAXTER INDICTED[ ON UK examine the books and erroneous accounts; of with Secretary McAdoo's suggestion
that foreigners would
not look
see what their property is assessed at to the
directors will be three
years, three persons who have made returns for
and thus have notice so as to enter members elected each COUNTS IN SEMINOLE COURT U strength of the New York bank so
at annual
complaints, if any they may have. being AND GASOLINE TANK EXPLODED[ the purpose of ascertaining and re- much as the healthy condition of the

meeting. porting as to, whether the law. has
It was decided also to invite five entire system.
of the local associations been complied with when so orderedby
Speaking
:Man Who Was Arrested for Cattle Mr. Rue replied to the
citizens,representing as many sections' Two Men Reached Orlando Yesterday argument of
Mr. Tenny said: "With regard to the the agent in charge of the divisionto
of the city, to sit with the commis-' With Injuries and Remark Stealing Meets Rough the Richmond delegation that a district -
organization of local associations of which they are assigned, to inquire
sion as a board of equalization, when able Story Sailing should be carved out of the
the I in into the manner in which income taxemplo.es
league am hearty ,sympathy, I
the time arrives. The assessments are states south of the Potomac because
but I doubt whether the are discharging their offi-
league can
usually completed in June. Early yesterday morning Messrs.L. I Twelve indictments have been returned directors of a reserve bank from
cial duties and to those who
be built on that basis at first. I report
The idea of publishing the tax as- up A. Hardee and T. B. Converse left i by the grand jury in Seminole northern states would not understandthe
think it would be a better idea to develop have failed in this respect.
sessments is new in this section, and Brooksville in a new Ford car headed I county against A. J. Baxter, who granting of credits on cotton, tobacco -
these local associations of "For the purpose of securing such
was suggested by Mayor Sperry in' for Orlando. When a short distance was arrested at Goldenrod last sum- and peanuts. He declared that
league members whenever the time II information as they may desire they
deference to the number of non-res- from their starting point they came mer by Sheriff Frank Gordon of Or- the branch banks would take care of
must visit the office of state
seemed ready in community. If any ,
ident property owners who have no any to a meadow which had been burnedoff ange county on the charge of stealing the granting of credits and that the
associations were established generally I. county, or municipal officer and for
f opportunity to enter complaints at the and started to drive the car across I cattle. The case was transferred headquarters should be located whereits
at first a large majority of them the general purpose of their employ-
proper time because of their absence the field. They had proceeded but a to Seminole county because the alleged management would come in the
would die a natural death within the I ment may confer with any collectoror
from the city at that season. Aside short distance when a tiny blaze that thefts were committed on the closest touch with commerce.

from this reason, however, the publicity course of a few months, or years at smouldered in the dry grass caught a Seminole side of the line, but much deputy. collector of internal reve- Nearly 2,300 banks have made legal
within the in which
territory
the most. I firmly believe in the idea nue theyare
given the assessments by this drop of gasoline. There was instantlya interest in the matter exists in this application for membership in the
of a local association, however, and I authorized to operate."In .
j plan was approved by the commis- sheet of flame about the machineand county. Considerable sensation was new federal reserve system and officials .
think the of the league the discharge of their official
sioners as being wholesome. .manager its occupants, who piled out and created by the arrest of Baxter. Sher- estimated that today's applica
duties officers of this class well
should work to accomplish such as- as as
began fighting the blaze, tore their iff Gordon secured the evidence tions will swell the number to more
officers of the internal bureau
sociations just as rapidly as condi- revenue -
coats from them and used them in against him by digging up the hides than 3,000.
STRIKE AT JOHANNESBURG tions warrant. in making inquiries and investi-
a vain attempt to smother the fire. of the cattle which had been butch-

COLLAPSES One of the questions Mr. Tenny has The gasoline tank caught, and they ered by Baxter, who conducted a gations sound discretion are expected, treat all to exercise MIAMI PAYS ITS MAYORThe
persons
been giving considerable thought to is beat a hasty retreat, reaching a safe meat market at Winter Park. Batter -
with due and while
Special to the Sentinel.Johannesburg a way of getting in touch with the distance before the tank exploded.The had the hides buried at his home, courtesy acting

Jan. 16.-The threat- largest number of people. At yester firmly and courageously, to avoid all city council of Miami has decreed -
total wreck. and it only after a thorough
car was a The un- was
ened general strike has collapsed, and day's meeting he presented a plan contention that would give just that Mayor John W. Watson r
fortunate motorists went back to town search of the premises that the sher- I
all but three thousand of the thirty which ground for complaint"OPENINGS shall have a salary of
met with the support of $900 per year,
every and came to Orlando by train. Upon iff stumbled upon a suspicious look-
thousand railway employes have re- one present. It is what Mr. Tenny in consequence of which liberality the
I reaching this city they had their ing mound that' led him to discoverthe

P t turned to work. called the manager's advisory com- wounds given atetntion. Both were evidence. The officer uncovered AT JENNINGS erstwhile candidate for governor will

1 mittee. The following are his recom- I.establish an office and have "regular
painfully but not seriously burned. twelve cow hides, and the Seminole

THE WEATHER mendations covering the subject: Mr. Hardee is from Jacksonvilleand jury has returned an indictment for After enumerating some enterpriseswhich hours" to receive callers.

"Just as rapidly as possible the man. is a commercial salesman for the every hide unearthed. There will bea Jennings possesses, the Herald -

4 Florida: Fair Saturday: Sunday, ager of the league should establish an Georgia Supply company. Mr. Con large number of witnesses from Or- says there are openings there fora Fine stationery by the box or -.

fair; colder north and central por- advisory committee. This is to be a verse is a saw mill proprietor of In- ange county to testify in the cases bakery, a hand laundry, electric pound, envelopes to match, at Curtis

tions. (Continued on page 8) verness. against Baxter. plant and one dentist & O'Neal's, next postoffice. T







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j'. are still scarce of room for those who
r4 desire to make their home here. MONTGOMERY MOTION PICTURE Co's H

Mr. A.J. Walker and Mr. Peek have Price 50g. per Pint
'fl gone to Winter Garden to spend the "
$1.00 per Quart
remainder of the week repairing the "
f:t town.telephone system surrounding that $3.50 per Gallon Grand TheatreKalem's

1.
3 The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LISTEN .

;1 I. I. Turner is reported on the sick Two Reel Feature"A of the Underworld "
Daughter
1 list this week. Housewives, if you use Olive Oil either for ,

Mr. and Mrs. Guy have gone to salads, cooking or medicinal use, you want the best im- and a

Dade City after spending several ported oil, the Kind that has the sweet, nutty taste. In One Reel Vitagraph Comedy.

weeks very pleasantly here as the making up jour grocery order, remember, we deliver
of relatives. goods to your door.DeLANEY.

guests Mrs. G. Harod spent last Friday The Hodges Bros. and Ross

in Orlando.
shopping
Hugh McClure is serving on the & ABERNETHYDruggists The
: greatest entertainers on the
jury in Orlando this week. stagein

'J Mrs. T. C. Partin continues on the new songs and comedy.

sick. list but is not confined to her Orlando, Florida.I.IIIIOIIIIIKCIIIIIGIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIOIII.IIII.. Children Adults ; ;

i. bed.Talmage Wiley has accepted a position I ." 5 Continuous Performance from
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filling the vacancy caused by the resignation
; of Carl Reed, who has removed -.

B. F.to Wilson Plymouth.and little son, Bennie, ORLANDO O OPERA[ HOUSE[ N MONDAY JANUARY 19-Daniel Frohman presents at this Theatre :

and D. W. Clark made a pleasure tripto James K. Hackett, "The Prisoner of Zenda," a $50,000 dramatic masterpiece of

Plymouth Monday afternoon. romance and adventure. A photo play in four parts.

Miss Katie Walker accompanied her :Jan.: 19thJ. What the New York papers say---Biggest of all hits in the history of the

, father to Winter Garden last Satur film play.-New York Journal. Real achievement-a piece of artistry.-Mornin

day.Mr. Telegraph. Unusually elaborate and efiective.-New York Sun.
: and Mrs. Philbrick, of Maine, A. COBURN'SGREATER
were visitors here this week, lookingfor Remember this picture will be shown one day only and five times on that day.
a winter home.
Messrs. Bard and Campbell were Prices Children 15c; Adults 25c. .

here this week looking over real estate
: MINSTRELSPresenting theatre open from. 3:30: to 10 o'clock.

iE E Postmaster Wilson made a business tx111' I..e"' iiaiiaiaiftfl f f i | | | >|iaatf.ltt.a.it. . . . . . . .-. i.c
trip to Sanford last Tuesday.Mr. 1..I.Ola.IIII.SIOli. IIIIII .II'OII.el.II .IGIIIOI.IQI0811Itt'IIIOlllllel" "
an all white Everything new-
C. K. Pomeroy and Mr. W. 0. company.
Hall, of Orlando, were in Apopka last I Every season. Beautiful Ensemble Spectacle. (A
Tuesday distributing advertising lit- Gala Night Aboard a Battleship..) For Economy and purchase

erature for the midwinter fair which "Jolly Jack Tars at Play" W RIG H T h power of your mon
meets February 17-21, inclusive. The REALTY & SEED co"T
s counties of Osceola, Lake and Seminole I Splendid Scenic Production of a Modern American FOR REAL ry Wright F armThats
have combined with and and the who them.TheGreatBigFunShowandall .
Orange Dreadnaught men man Business
Our and Garden Seeds. in
it is fully expected that this year will I that s new in Minst relay Orlando, Florida
be by far the greatest fair of any : Splendid Male Choir. Sparkling ComedyUnex- bulk. "Motto" Quantity
since the enterprise was established.S. : celled Dancing. High-Class Minstrel Vaudeville.
W. Eldredge, T. M. Byars, W. T. .and Quality.Fresh .
Wilson.and Lee F. Lovell all took the : THE SHOW YOU KNOW
Farm Eggs cents dozen Ice cents 100 pounds Best Creamery Butter
civil service examination for eligibility : CONCERT DAILY 40 ; 40 ; 40
for fourth-class postmaster last PARADE AND BAND cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

Saturday in Orlando. It is presumed : Sale p Butt's 9 a. m., Monday, Jan. 19th. Prices5075.I.OO dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30

s that the next postmaster for Apopkawill : cents pint.

be selected from that list. .'IIIIIIIIIIIOIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII"II' Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

Miss Nellie Wilson was absent from .- --- (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
the stamp window the first of the announced his intention of arrangingo Register for the June primaries.
week and she was reported as being here =
t' have a lumber yard opened
on the sick list made,
ust as soon as the plans can be I.
Mrs. T.J. Smith and little son,John J
: in connection with that he expects FIRE INSURANCE
William, accompanied by Mr. M. T.a and install a
o organize a company II
Anderson and Miss Willie 0. Knudt here.
novelty wood working plant
son, motored over to Orlando Monday This[ will be hailed with delight by all I I "
a afternoon to meet her brother, I } -
hose who contemplate building, as it fhe 1
Mr. Carl Rupee, of Rome, ($a., who alit; save much delay in procuring C tYanoI' l\EY to Success.

his came health.here with the hope of regaining ;building material.Mr. f OUhi'nYIIEALESTAU

: A. C. Starbird returned
The funeral services of Mrs. Code .
1 Wednesday from a trip to Atlanta CRL JANSEM
cM Hill, who died from the effects .of his : ,
Ga., having gone there to place Just arrived car load
burns received at her home on Bear 1r1PROVEO AN

r,,. Lake last week, were conducted at the son Dr.Roy J. W.in school.Minkler made a business FORDS for immediate UNInPRoVEt' ORLANDO rOTARY{
Baptist church here last Sunday )061lC
1 trip to Orlando Wednesday.
?, morning and the interment followed I to delivery.Get FLORIDA.
Mr. H.H. McClure is preparing
at the Apopka cemetery. Mrs. Hill this
of tomatoes
plant a large crop
was an elderly lady and leaves a husband now.
yours
and son and daughter besides a spring.Miss Florida Newman is expectedto Office in Rock Building N. ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
host of friends to mourn her untimely .
arrive this week after an absenceof F. G. RUSH,
t death.
two years spent in North Caro-
The civic league of Apopka held a Phone 226

very interesting meeting last week. lina.Mrs.. J. E. Willoughby two little

The cry of Alexander was for more daughters will arrive Saturday evea- i t ElectricallyEquipped

worlds to conquer, but the cry in ing from Wilmington, N. C., to spend wow J r. !
Apopka now is more houses to rent. the remainder of the winter.
,
available is \
Practically .every place
now taken and still they come.
WHITE SLAVER CONVICTED 1 1 -
:Miss Mildred Williford has resumed CHINESE ) I Ioa
her studies in the Orlando high schoolDr.

Shadock was over from Lees-

burg last week for several days look- Seattle, Wash., Jan. 15.-Harry1 % 4
ing after some of his real estate interests ' Toy, a wealthy Chinese merchant who

here. He likes Apopka very was accused of having made a slave

much and talks of locating here later of Goldie Goodell (white), daughterof Two.Siatr Standard Model
on and making this his home. a Portland, Oregon, clergyman, The greatest motorcycle slue
ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
:, Mr. John A. Lerch, of Ohio, and was convicted today in the federal I equipped with Electric Head Light Electric Tail L! Mr. C. D. Merrill, of New Hampshire, court of violating the Mann white I 111111111111111111111111111111014..1111111111110.1" Two er. Price Set,Storage Sgt .ixi.Battenei See Catalog and Corbm-Brown for detailed ducript Reir-Drue on.c6fMt Speedomet

came over from Orlando Thursday, slave law. Miss Goodell, who the government ,
looking for investments in real estate. alleged, was lured from Port
They returned well pleased with what land to Seattle by Toy, is a sister of THE MARKET : ; t MOTOCYCLESkcif1uutVJl

they saw and,said before leaving that Toy's deceased wife, formerly a Port{
they expected to return later and purchase land mission worker. FOR 1914-
j a winter home and make Apop- ; ; Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

ka their headquarters for winter. NOTICE 60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian t

.. There is a prospect of Apopka se-, I hereby give notice that after Jan- AND SALT MEATS trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production
in the of
history the
curing a novelty works established uary 9th I will not be responsible for industry. _, l
within a short time as there was a any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with Thirty-Eight Better- l
gentleman here a few days since who I Helen Gwynne. ments for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical t
11-11-tf WYNDOM P. GWYNNE. Kept under the best sanitary conditions. Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must

--- completely overturn all ideas of
existing worth.
motorcycle
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
MMMMMMMMMtMIIMMIIMMMMIMMMMMIMMFOR All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric

and pure. ,... head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat r

SALE We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.You .

in the Meat Luke. cannot folly realize the 1914 Indian without thorough study of the 1914 j
} everything Indian Catalog It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor
New Two-Story Modern eycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
: ; I Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read.

House block from The PARLOR MARKET The 1914 line of Indian Motocydes consists of:

one 4 H.P. Single Service Model...........................J200.M
I 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Fire, Regular Model......... 225.00
i i Lucerne Circle. 7 H.P.Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model.....1.......... 260.00
H. M. Self & Co. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model!...................... 260.00
7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................ 215.00
PINE / STREET 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00,
7 H.P.Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00
Helen Wright Owner
Phon/No. 80 Price F.O.B. Factory


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\ Companies-of MtA South URE."e .Carolina ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY J [ELECTRICVACUUMCLENER l[ l[ [


Clustered Out on Account of

His Action Orlando, F iorida.Condition i

[Columbia, S. C., Jan. 15.Governorease at the close of business December 31, 1913 Have your room or house
in :a special message in con-
Iction with the state militia, re- RESOURCES cleaned without dust or troubleof
wed the trouble this state had a?
Loans and Discounts 103080.10 t
the mustering out of certain comes .
furniture
362.37
Overdrafts- moving .
a few months ago. o Stocks and Bonds 26,018.33
[I have no apologies to make for Cash on Hand and in Banks . 200,946.57
course I pursued in this matter," : Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures'. 25,974.87 \ .
[said. "There is not a word in one I I ... .-' The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex.
my letters or interviews that Ibid I $656,382.24Capital

retract. I believe the entire : LIABILITIES perienced man.
nsaction from its incipiency to the I
ling of the bill (referring to the : Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00 .
\\k law) was solely with the view of Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35211.86 SEE THEM FOR TERMS
aining money from the national :. Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
ernment. I deplore this kind of .
ciple in some of our people. Ink :. t 656382.21


o I it regret not only to say silly these, but things contempti-, but! Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $189,971.68Deposits

ate ave as said senator them on from the my floor county of the, on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 T The PIERCE [ELECTRIC T L CO11IflL'


fd I say them today as commander- Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70
hief of the militia of South Caro- "
n The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust I CHURCH STREET
a Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
tius the governor denounced thek friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The 1111111111111111111111111111111111.111111111111.'"
law in his special He
message. management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
itinues "You know and I know
: 1 the conservative and methods in
j i sane progressive employed
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would have military companiesthis :
no this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
state if the wheny '
men
[ young strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful -
for moment
enlisted thought a
statements to its patrons. .
fey were going to have to enduree "

| hardships of a regular army life : M. M. SMITH, President M t Sacrifice PrIce

for me, and I have seen some of 'V.l\I. DAVIS, Vice-President C. NOLAN, Cashier: a
\my life, I would rather be in any :

her Le United work States on earth army.than" a private in I:'IM101 :iiiiiiiiniijiiiiiiiii.'i''i1,1.1,1.1.1.1.1.1,1.1,1.1,1.1,1:: ', ,',:,:::::: : :: : ::;:,1.1,1.1,1.1,1." ,::" ',:" ,, .

[Governor Blease points out that he @ .
bs never "uneasy in regard to Mr. '
"'4 10111 11111 11111 III I. .
arrison's little threat or the howlf
the newspapers that Blease was Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
[going to ruin the state." Fresh Candles
one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved
The governor says he is delightedat

the result in that he saved eight of Butter Scotch . . . :. . . . . .20e. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb. with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest

the original companies. It was neces- Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. Ib. locations in Orlando.
out five
to muster companies.
sary Peanut Crisp ... . . . . . . . 20c. Ib.Menthal Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . . 40c. lb.
Drops . . . . : . . 20c. lb. Nougat . . . . . . . ... . . 40c. lb.
MME. LILLIAN NOUDICA SOMEWHAT -
IMPROVED Hoarhound Drops . . :. . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. Ib. The Price is Right

Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . .20c.1b.Chocolate Almonds .
New York, Jan. .-George W. Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows

Young, husband of Mme. Lillian Nor- Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams s
dica, the American singer who is ill Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts .

of pneumonia in Thursday Island. and many other good and fresh canr l les. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.Ice OhilalitloReal l B L Go
mm
Australia, received a cablegram con- ll
firming reports of his wife's Cream, $1.25 per gallon Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any :
press !
improved condition. quantity. Special attention .paid to parties. Should be pleased' to show any one ,I ,
through our factory.
Mr. Young said he had thought of :
Phone 501 Watkins Block
starting to join his wife, but found HOT DRINKS SERVEDt I. .
that if he made all connections from .
here it would take him seven weeksto : FRENCH DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents. .
reach Thursday Island. : Hot Milk Cholccate .(with whipped cream) . . . . lOc. IOltl'Clal ltt.III'llllllllleIO.'ltt IDtt SIDIIIDII'

Mme. Nordica's illness was brought Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . ;. lOc.

about by shock and excitement a: the : Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Lemonade . . . . . . . , lOc. out t; i III It t tilt 1111111111 U I D+3 I 0 I H,HUH U "'''6
.time of the grounding of the steamship : Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c.

in December Tasman in the gulf of Paqua late :. Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot ,Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c. The AltamonteALTAMONTE


ayer Candy Co.
:RAZED MAX KILLS WIFE AND SPRINGS, FLORIDA. _

CHAUFFEUR 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlandoor A. C.L.
R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in interior
Augusta, Ga., Jan. 15.-William ,. 1111111111111111111,. Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
Dennis, the 17-year-old chauffeur who ------ .
[ : most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
was shot by Samuel J. Norris, the tBHHIIMMiliHIIIOItttllililHntlfUHMIttMittOttlltliiilHIIIil IHiin .4 high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.

Augusta saloon keeper yesterday .. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
afternoon when the latter also shot .. Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza: AJI modeen improve-
and killed his wife, died at the hos- \ ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
pital at an early hour this morning. .I Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.!
Dennis was shot through the body. .

Norris, who has been drinking heav- .
ily for the past few weeks, still refuses r.:n MONTGOMERY GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer
to talk and appears not to realize
what he has done. Norris was : ( Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.

formerly an inmate of the state asy : AT 1111111111111111111,1111111111111111111111111111111 ,.

lum for the. insane. 4.


GEN. LOUIS-WAGNER DEAD .:.. : :- COOK UTOCOMPNY NEW SHEET MUSICWe


Philadelphia, Jan. 15.-Gen. Louis : .
Wagner, one of Philadelphia's fore- have
received
just from New York
most citizens, former commander in : over
chief of the Grand Army of the Re- :

public, died suddenly at his home : I can make car like 300 pieces of the very latest "Broadway
your
He old.I I
early today. was 76 years

General Wagner attended a meeting : See me quick if hits, Tangos, Waltzes, Two Steps, Rags and
of the board of trustees of the New : new. you

York Life Insurance company in New I want painted. 0 all the late popular songs.
York your car
yesterday morning, returned to I
this city and conducted a meeting of :
the City Trust which has in its keep- If;you wish to know what is really the 1

ing large estates and last night at- .
tended church. A few hours later he rage in. music on "The Great White Way. 1 1i
became seriously ill

Come in and see this lot. 1 1W.S.BRANCH
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, 1i
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber i
rtilMnilllimmimilUlllltllMHMIMItltllMMMMIIItlllMMIMMttlMH
Shop. i-2-tf
I t
Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Take your repairing to Warman on Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres Clean sweep sale Overcoats, Suits, j
Florida's best fruit trees, easily Court street. 12-5-tf in grove, four hundred bearing trees, Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown The Arcade Book and Music Store i
I and two hundred young budded grape- & Lartigue. l-6-6t !
reached from all parts of Orange, fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit
Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Volusia Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor- now on trees. Price $3,200. If you want to sell anything, remember -
counties by auto over hard surfaced ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Eighty acres, twenty-five acres W.-T. ENTRICAN, the Sentinel want columns. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
roads, most convenient for all planters from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi cleared and fenced, house and out- Painter and interior decorator. New reads it. I AND DO ALL KINDS OF .
buildings. Price $1,500. ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. Everybody
and most reliable in Florida. nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by Twenty acres on lake front, well Expert workmen employed. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. auto over hard surfaced roads, most located, three hundred bearing orange 12-21-lm
Write for catalog.W. convenient for all planters and most trees. Price $2,200. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'jWM.

reliable in, Florida. Ocklawaha Nur- lake Twenty front,acres two acres good bearing fruit land orange on Job printing at the Sentinel. I HARPER

T. ENTRICAN, alog.series, Tangerine) Fla. Write for cat- grove, good. six room house. Price ** JOSEPHINE( HARPER

a specialty of painting, $1,000.
paper- acres bearing "IIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIAutomobile ;
Twenty-five orange ;
OSTEOPATHS
Ashing floors, furniture, etc.
located on lake front within the
grove
1221lmIfcnfederate FOR $ALE city limits. Ideal location for subdi ; i For Hire i Oldest:Established Practice InOrl.ndo L H. RAMSDELL
_
vision. Price $10,500.
ball at Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake J. E. CRAWFORDOffice I::\ New Five Passenger . 19 W. Church Street Up-SUIrs OPTOMETRIST
\tday evenng.kcellent Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and Blue Store Consu tationand Examination (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
ten acres of garden land, one hun- over Drug ii PHONE 4191IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' FreefHIIHIMMHIMIIMIH
mu-! dred bearing orange trees, small 117 S. Orange Avenue 'I' ORLANDO, FLORUDArt
house and barn. Price $2,500. Phone 404




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South Florida SentinelMORNING VICE AT BAPTISTThe IHE> PLACfS Of WORSUIP A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX :I Big Bargain in Fine


AND WEEKLY two weeks' services at the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. : Residence Property
L JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor an* Owner. Baptist church, in which Dr. Kerr
Edward T. Poulson, D. D., THE PALMS AUTO COREO I
Boyce Tupper has
preached
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida every pastor.Mr. I New ten room residence in
evening, came to a close last night.A :
4 u Second Class Mail Matter. high class
Samuel A. Newell, superintendent neighborhood nea
large congregation was present to MOTOR CARS
r TO ADVERTISERS: of the Sunday school : Lake Lucerne. Finely finisher]

CP7 for display and all other hand-Mt hear message the, distinguished which was one speaker's of unusual last Mr. George W. Phillips, director of For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a :I and modem in every respect
advertising malt be handed in at the business the choir. Lot 240 feet front and 210 fed

erne the day of before the Sentinel publication.net later This than rule 2 applies p. m. power and interest. Dr. Tupper has The revival services which have full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force : deep. Room for three addition:1
used
m to channel for contract advertising: it i* none of the cheap methods often been in progress during the last two : houses. Garage. Six large bea|
"i Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. resorted to and those who have been of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
weeks will continue through Sunday, ling pecans, eight full beariiv
helped (and there have
are )
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: many and the pastor and people are expect- guaranteed. orange, two grapefruit, five fu
been helped permanently. His t
One Year .............. .... .. .$5.00 have ser- ing a great day, as a goodly number I bearing loquats, and scuppernong ]
been
mons spiritual,
j Six Months ... ......... ...... 2.50 powerfuland will no doubt be present to unite I grapes. Owner must sel

Three Months ................. 1.25In soul-searching. He has made a with the church. (Price for a few days, $7,00',
host of friends his in Or-
Advance. during stay Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., and i Any Kind of reasonable terms.
lando, and Dr. Poulson declares that THE PALMS AUTO CO
public worship at 10:45 a. m. and
SATURDAY JANUARY 17, 1914. his great church has received a last- 7:80 p. m. Morning subject, "The j *
ing benediction through Dr. Tupper's Cooper & Athej
Christian's Trials and Triumphs." FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. !
y The Orlando Sentinel justly says strong presentation of the great
Evening subject, "Calling Upon
the Zolfo Truth is "the most remark- truths of Christianity: ilMttMMHMMMIMifllllllMMMfllHOItliimtmM Exclusive
God While He Is Near. Agents
able paper in Florida." It is a won- His closing sermon was on the sub-
Young People's meeting at 6:30p.
der for a town of 400 peopleTampaTribune. ject, "The Gate of Opportunity." m. MimiimiMimiMitimiiMiiMtntiMtttttttiii I 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.

"He shewed me the holy city with
You are cordially invited to wor-
twelve gates and twelve angels" Orlando
o ship with us. All seats are free. At- Florid12.53m. ;
One could hardly blame Jerome for Rev. 211213. '
tentive ushers. Inspiring music.
fearing bodily harm in the event This holy city, said Dr. Tupper, is .

Thaw is released. Saner men than the city of holy privilege and oppor- Welcome. Notice to Auto OwnersS

i Thaw would make life miserable for tunity now and here. And the gatesare METHODIST CHURCHAt

the attorney if they had been sub. many because, though the king- itlliMMIMIIMtHtHMISupft

jected to half the abuse which he has dom is one, there are many approaches ( the Grand)

heaped upon Thaw. Perhaps it is his toward it, through affection, J. E. Wray, pastor. R. L. HOLLANDwill

own conscience that makes him .un; through reason, through will. Augus- Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. I Auto ml i

I tine was not brought to God as was Howard, superintendent.

easy. o I Timothy, nor Luther as Melancthon. "Gideon's Band and God's," Dr. recover your old Auto or Buggy

In the church are four distinct classes Wray's subject at 11 a. 'm. Anthemby
Just month hence the of j Make Back and Cush-
one gates
the intellectual, the aesthetical, the the choir, "God Is Love" (Wooler). Tops. your The oil that has
the South Florida Midwinter exposi-
emotional and the Gospel solo by Mr. N. B. Bettison, of
tion will open. Reports from all sections practicalnowPaul ion Slip Covers and Auto Top dust stood the su-
"His Is the
Louisville
} now Apollos, now Cephas.Dr. Ky., Eye on ,
of the most
county are encour-
Poulson and his church are Sparrow." New cushion work for preme test
aging for the success of the fair, and covers. top or
6:45 J. N.
looking forward to great services Epworth League, p. m.;
representatives of the fair associationwho
have been in other counties find Sunday. No doubt there will be a Burden, president. carriages and buggies at reasonable : :
goodly number who will be to "Marrying Money" is the pastor'ssubject
{ that an effort is being made in each to ready .
make a creditable display at the Or- present themselves for membership.The at 7:30 p. m. This is "ser- prices. All work and material guar-

pastor will be in the pulpit at all mon No. 17" of his popular series to

lando certainly event.exert Orlando themselves people to should make the services of the day. His morning young" people on the "Marriage Li- anteed by T. M. Coppedge, TrimmeritttffttltttltttiitlillliltttlflltliiliitHtlilll Good Gulf Gasoline

subject will be, "The Christian's Tri- cense. Anthem by the choir, "Oh,
the fair the greatest event of the kind
: in the county's history. :als and Triumphs." The evening sub- That I Had Wings" (Smiton). Solo, i

5 o ject will be, "Calling Upon God While Ferris' "Crossing the Bar," by Mr. AT

He Is Near." Curry. Violin solo by the brilliant


Pendleton The death of of the Editor Macon Charles Telegraph R. Everybody most cordially invited. I violinist, Prof.Slave.Comely, Wendao's"Berceuse R. l. HOLND l CARRIAGE[ s SHOP r P. G. WALTON, AgL


kr l j editors.removes one Col.of Pendleton the South's was strongest a writerof ORLANDO ORCHESTRA GOES TO Everybody most cordially invited.

KISSIMMEE FOR RECEPTION S
rare force, and this was true largely FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev. PHONES 450.2691I1111111111111111111111111

i* because possessed. a sturdy intellect
The Orlando orchestra, composed of Jno. W. Stagg, pastor.
which held the history of his
Messsr. F. N. Boardman, F. C. Board- Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. l
party and ready in its cells
,i country man, Harry Newell, L. H. Ramsdell, Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. -
for instant and effective use. He
E. H. Westover, Malcolm Wade and Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.

made his assaults with catapult with'bull ca- Mrs. J*. H. Mooney, went to Kissim- Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p.
pacity and backed them up -
mee last night to play at a receptionto m.
dog grip and tenacity, and he
never
be given by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rev. Coleman Groves, formerly pas. ,
backed down. His position in Geor-
Carson in honor of their son, C. A. tor of this church, and now pastor of .
gia journalism relative to that
was Carson, Jr., and his bride, who had the Westminster church, of Memphis,
occupied by Col. Henry Watterson. in
} just arrived, from Idaho Springs, Tenn., will occupy the pulpit at both / -< "
Kentucky.
Colo., where they were married January services Sunday. Mr. Groves was one : ;> < : " :

o 5. The bride was Miss Carrie of the most beloved pastors ever in : ",

Death by automobile is growingmore Isabel Burger, daughter of Mr. and Orlando and great congregations will .
:
frequent. It is a common thingin Mrs. Lloyd Burger, of Idaho Springs. hear him Sunday.A .

New York, where traffic is con- The young people met while they cordial invitation to strangersand "

: gested and the running of a car is were attending the Colorado State visitors.

i beset with many dangers. It is not college at Colorado Springs. Since Jewelry Gifts Ire Iwavs Appreciated .

an uncommon thing in and about the his graduation last year Mr. Carson UNITARIAN CHURCH

less congested centers. We have has entered business and is now pres- (Corner Central Ave. and West St.)

never heard of a single case of the ident of the Carson Cattle company, Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. -

; driver being penalized except by pay of Kissimmee, a corporation capital- Subject of morning sermon, "WhyI

ing a small fine for reckless drivingor ized at $250,000. He and his
bride Am Unitarian.
a We stock and
:Vcomplete:
limit carry can
exceeding the speed The
spent a week in New York and the Sunday school at 10 a. m.

great wonder is that more people are elaborate reception last night was Poetry hour on Monday morning at
suit all Come in and look
not killed or maimed for life. There planned by his tastes. i us over. ,
parents as a pleasant 10 o'clock.Unity .
is not a day that does not record hairbreadth surprise for the young people.Mr. Circle Wednesday afternoon .

; escapes, and it may be RebeccaS. i .
at 3 o'clock. Paper by Mrs.

charged unequivocally that it is due R. P. Foley and son, James, of Sage; subject, "Frances Willard .. .
a to carelessness the of 'drivers. .
on part "
the Seminole hotel at Winter Park, and the' Woman's Christian Temperence \
If a car is driven with due cau- 1
were among the visitors to Orlando Union.
tion nobody will ever be killed or hurt
yesterday Mr. Foley says the sea- All who are interested are cordially
1 by it. This is a question which ad-
son at the Seminole is thus far sixty invited.
mits of no argument whatever, and
per cent. better than it Nvas last tear,
reckless should be most
driving se-
and he is accordingly well pleased.The CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev.
- -
verely punished. The Sentinel hopesto
Seminole is assured of the best Chisholm will preach for the
see Mayor Sperry's order to the
season of its history thus far. The members of the Christian church
police rigidly carried out. The way
beautiful hostelry is a 'delight to all Sunday afternoon at 208 East Church

in which automobiles are driven its guests, the picturesque setting be- street, at 2 o'clock. A cordial invi-
through the streets of Orlando is a T.U. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
ing not the least of the attractions it: tation is extended to all.
menace to public safety. Regrets offers for rest, recreation and solid: ,
after an accident avail nothing;, a comfort. .
lifetime of regret will not remove Mr. T. W. Rosendale and wife, of

4 disfigurements or restore maimed Albany, N. Y., are among the distin- POSTOFFICE

z' limbs or give new life. Ex-Attorney General Stead of Illinois guished guests at the Seminole hotelat

is stopping at the Seminole hotelat Winter Park. Mr. Rosendale wasa
Y o EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING"Eiffel"
Winter Park.
former attorney general of New
.
The age of centuries does not dim
York.
the beauty and strength of mother
Mrs. Mary J. McMullen, aged 83
love time on with its changes,
; goes
years, and who for 35 years was a Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
its problems and tragedies, but the
resident of Tampa, is dead. on Court street 12-5-tf
most wonderful and divine thing on ,
t ..
which mortal man has been able to -

realize is the sublime faith, hope Silk: HosieryFRIDAY

and charity blended in the affectionof

a mother for her child. Two not- New Studebakers are HereFour ( AND SATURDAY)

;' able examples have been given lately.

The mother of Eugene Grace, who Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar A clearance of several hundred dozen in Black, White, Tan

i died of wounds received at the hands. $1,113.Four '

of his wife, bears testimony that i Sky all sizes _
Landau-Roadster 1265. ,
Cylinder ,
"Eugene was a good boy, and was

misled by the woman, that his battle' Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,
Value
against death had been heroic and she i $1,6.10. Regular 50 Cents

was confident that a rich reward'''
Prices'f.o.b. Orlando.
awaited him. The mother of Harry'i .

G v Thaw says "My son's splendid courage All Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and REMOVAL SALE PRICES

and patience are a great stimulusto starter-.-and every up-to-day equipment. Come

me." The appraisement the world e around and see them.

puts upon these men is nothing to .

their mothers; they discern what 28c pair 4 Pairs for $1.0MARION

there is of good in the depraved lives San Juan Garage Co. ,

of their children, and only that; their

vision guided by the penetrant ray of

maternal devotion looks beyond the All Night ServiceAJAX

"fell clutch of circumstance," the
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waywardness, the acts of defilement,

the moral wreck, into the very soul TIRES guaranteed&;15000 miles, Five

; and sees there the spark of eternal Avenue Orlan
per cent off for cash, S. Orange ,
goodness that never forsakes the

heart while life lasts.
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Maud Powell, violinist, Lucerne CONCERNING OUR COMMISSION ) aD i

theater, January 28. Auspices Methodist CHARTER I ri vowT iREi)

WADE THE TUNER gin January Baraca,23.class.One Reservations dollar. 1-15-llt be- Editor of the Morning Sentinel: g B. E MILLER, Manager g T i w ll-nll tw rt Co

ORLANDO, FLA. I have recently been asked the following -I
Mr. and Mrs.
W. Y. Sands, of Am- question cqncerning the type- Matinee 2 P. M. Night 6:30 | .
bridge, Pa., arrived
in Orlando last
written bill, providing for a commission j ADMISSION 5 CENTS
night for a visit. Mr. Sands is the 01"01"DallDCDallDCDallDCDallDCDOIIDC. '
form of government for Orlando, Largest Store
.
s. B. Z. Snowden arrived last superintendent of the American
which was delivered to me by those j.
t from Baltimore. Bridge company, and owns a pretty Universal Program j
having the matter in charge to be '
>nfederate ball at the armory place near Tangerine. enacted into law: Was, or was it not, 3-Big Reels--3Frontier's ; Did It"

slay evening, January 20. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Conner and subsequently changed concerning the thrilling drama, '
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in'Bear
Ir. C. B. Nye returned last nightm daughter Miss Lillian, came over mayor's duties? In answer to said "Masquerading Canyon.
Powers (Wallace Reid) drama, in the
display store.
a business trip to Jacksonville.The from Tangerine last evening in their inquiry, I hereby reply: It was not new
"A Cracksman's Reformation.
Confederate ball Tuesday even- large touring car. Mr. Conner is the changed, and the proposed charter, as
Rex
allegorical masterpiece,
g, January 20th-that's next Tues- proprietor of the famous Ocklawaha delivered to me, was enacted into law "Memories,"
Nurseries, the largest in the state. "verbatim et literatim."
aYe Featuring Lois Weber and Phillips
of Washington Rev. C. 0. Groves, who arrivedfrom' Fortunately, I saved the original
Mr. Ernest Wiggins, Smally.
D. C., is in Orlando, a guest at :Memphis, Tenn., Tuesday to document, and have placed it in the
visit his father, J. E. Groves, will hands of the honorable mayor of Or- I
the San Juan.
preach at the Presbyterian church tomorrow lando. Respectfully, Do YOU have to WORK HARD for I '
Misses Ruby and Ethel Shiver arrived -i
at both morning and evening SAMUEL A. ROBINSON, your MONEY? |II
last night from Cocoaand will services. If so, you want to get the best I
Rev. Groves the CU'J.
for-
was Representative.REV.
enter the Cathedral school. value possible for every dollar you ,:
mer pastor of this church and doubt- spend. | to Loan
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, less a large crowd will turn out to CARY-ELWBS ACCEPTS F. N.: BOARDMAN 'I',:
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber'I' welcome him again in our midst, for CALL TO MELBOURNE PARISH makes a specialty of GOOD GOODS ,I
1-2-tf I and the lowest possible prices consistent -'I
Shop.
I I everybody that knew him liked him with good merchandise. TryI I
Mr. and Mrs. Allen and Lester and will be glad of an opportunityto Rev. Herbert Cary-Elwes ,of Can- him. You either get more goods or Loon of j
$500 to $3000
Vernon, of Pittsburg, Pa., registeredat again hear him. ada, has accepted a call to the rec better goods for the same money, or:' sums

the San Juan last night. Mr. Joe Cheney left yesterday torship of the Episcopal church at you money get than the elsewhere.same goods for less INSIDE property for :

Messrs. H. S. Fawcett and H. E. afternoon for Tampa, and last night Melbourne, and will leave shortly for F. N. BOARDMAN'S I
.
Stevens, of Gainesville, are among gave a stereopticon lecture before the that point. :Mr. and Mrs. Elwes and "STORE OF SATISFACTION" I1162t a FIVE years. Principal
the late arrivals at the San Juan. Tampa high school on winter sports. baby have been the guests of their I

Mr. H. Benedict left last night for Mr. Cheney is well up on his subject, parents, Co!. and Mrs. Cary-Elwes, and payable in monthly
'FOR' RENT Furnished large room/\ .
Jacksonville, where he will spend a as well as being quite an artist him for the holidays. -
in modern home; bath, hot and cold
couple of days looking after business self. He attended Dartmouth college water; telephone; close in. 312 North .
matters. at Hanover, N. H., last winter HITCHING RACK AND SHED ON Main street. 1-16-lw
and was successful in WEST PINE COMPLETED -
V capturing the
Mr. Haden Miller, of St. Louis, w--
honors in a skieing contest whichwas S.
furnished
aveling representative of the Balti- FOR RENT-Four-room -
lore & Ohio railroad is spending no small honor for a boy born The hitching rack and shed on cottage, one block off Orange ave

1 lie day in Orlando. and raised in Florida.Dr. West Pine street was completed yes- nue, Concord Park.Amelia$15.00 per month. t I111 _II! _II_ !!! 1 _!! I !! IIIIIIII
t will be used for the Inquire 706 W. avenue --- ----- --
"' Roy Cuthbertson, of the United terday and today
Mrs. J. R. Pearson arrived last M7-3t j "'III'II"J ..
States has been welcomed first time. The shed is provided. with

visit night to from her sister Knoxville., Mrs., Tenn.Chas., on Lord a, his stay friends is navy limited.here, His with parents regret that and sister his by- and twelve each stalls stall with is large feeding enough troughs to ac-, FOR modern SALE-Three conveniences-new; good bil.location galows' ;; I'I J Ja J lli allif Preserves

on Lucerne Circle.Dr. Miss Ida Cuthbertson, have spent commodate two animals. The use of easy payments; deferred payments, 'I m n r rVe

B.J. Rosen, of New York city, several winters here, but are now at the shed is entirely free to the public five dress per, in cent.writing interest, Drawer; no agents.328. 1-17-tf Ad : !I
arrived in Orlando yesterday and will
St. Petersburg, hence that place will and the commissioners hope the pub- I
spend several days here, a guest of claim the chief part of his five weeks' lic will use it. \ carry a full line

the popular San Juan. i leave of absence. Dr. Cuthbertson has LUTHER THE FLORISTCut I

Mrs. John Reed Pierson, of Knoxville made a high record for efficient service PARK COMMISSION PAID $500 BY Flowers I

Tenn., arrived last evening and and was sent to Dayton Ohio, THE CITY SYRUP
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas. last spring immediately after the The city commission yesterdayvoted ROSES, VIOLETS, CANE SYRUP

Lord, on Lucerne Circle. flood disaster to direct and assist in to pay the park commission 1 ,
to continue the work of improve- CARNATIONS, PANSIES, FLORIDA CANE SYRUP IN BULK
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy A. Smith and the needful health precautions. He $500

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelsey, who have is now' assigned land duty, being stationed ment which has been started at Eola POTTED PLANTS "

been spending several days in Orlando at the Brooklyn navy yard. park and Tea Our Specialty

and vicinty, have returned to Day- The Daily Sentinel is on sale at '

tona.Eat Curtis & O'Neal's and W. S. Branch'sbo'ok i up-to-date ROLLINS minstrel MINSTRELSAn show will be COAL CHARCOAL i w brands of Coffee to se-

what you want. stores and Whitney Wright'snews given by the students at Rollins Col- leet
J Eat all you want. and cigar store. If you are nota lege on the evening of January 17th, WOODVeneer I a
Take a postscript and forget it. aI
regular subscriber to the at 8:15 o'clock, for benefit of Rollins .
For sale by all durggists. paper you Athletic Association. The price of I I.
l-T-d&w-lyr may obtain a copy every morning at admission will be only 35 cents. Cores
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Stineman, M. any of the above places. Should you l-13-3t Seasoned Heart Pine f ARY GROCERY

C. Stineman and Miss, Sara Mason find that this plan is inconvenient and Oak Wood

Stineman arrived yesterday from prefer to have a carrier make direct I I have a few Ladies' Coats, a few All sizes and lengthsOrlando & GORE
Coat Suits, and will sell them at
South Forks, Pa., and are guests of delivery to you at your home or hote any
price down to actual cost while they
the San Juan.Numbered as soon as the paper is off the press,I last. I have no room for winter goodsto food YardB. Phone 6 & 8 Pine Street
notify this office. Scores of new sub- be carried over, so they MUST GO.
the of the
among guests scribers are being added to the list F. N. BOARDMAN'S KINGSLEY- Proprietor
San Juan are Dr. L. A. Notkins, Ben- "STORE OF SATISFACTION" 344 104 W. Pine St. I
daily, the people seeming to realize Phone
AND POTTED PLANTS.IMIIIIHMMillMHMIHIIiMMIIIIIIU.
jamin A. Notkins and James A. Not I l-16-2t
that only through the pages of the Turpentine Chips Fence Posts
who arrived from New
kins yesterday
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Daily Sentinel can they hope to keep! Special representative of Strauss :. ..18 .. 1111
+ Haven. Conn. in touch with events of passing interest -! & Bros., of Baltimore, "High Art I: .
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General admission 75 cents. Maud I Tailors," here now. Come and see his, .
Powell violin recital, Lucerne theater, I big line of samples and have your I
Just received, a large shipment of
measure taken for your spring suit. :
January 28. Reserved seats one dol- good Shoes, including the kind for l-16-2t BROWN & LARTIGUE. I EEhJ.tO\7: ..A.LS.ALECommencing
school children. Prices
lar. 1-15-llt are right, and
goods are right, at BOARD IAN'S 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Graham and "STORE OF SATISFACTION." Warman Repairs and Retires Baby Tuesday, January
two children arrived yesterday from M612t Carriages on Court street. 125tfOSTEOPATHY Wool Underwear at cut prices for CASH.

Greenville, S. C., on a visit to their

parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Graham, Eat Eat what all you you want.want. $30.00 Suits $20.50 $25.00 Overcoats $17.50

on Lucerne Circle.Don't Take a postscript and forget it. Suits 17.50 20.00 Overcoats 14.75
For sale by all druggists. 25.00 18.00 Overcoats 13.50
the Confederate
miss
ball i)I l-7-d&w-lyr DR. J. C .HOWELL 22.50 Suits 15.75
Tuesday nightLADIES' i ;Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointmentI 20.00 Suits 14.75 16.50 Overcoats 12.00

FLANNELETTE NIGHT FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with I extra charge for house treatment
Gowns, 60c.t 75c., and $1, at BOARD- modern conveniences; close in; electric Telephone connections SWEATERS HATS .
MAN'S "STORE OF SATISFAC lights; no boarding house. 7 W.
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TION." M6-2 Robinson Ave., city. l-17-3t: Office cor. Orange and Central Aves. $3.00 Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats $3.50

2.50 Sweaters 1.7) 4.00 Hats 2.75

II ):'a.> 2.00.Sweaters. 1.35' 3.00 Hats 2.25 f

1.50 Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75

Fresh Seed Remember we only handle the celebratedHart.Schafiner & Marx line ol Clothes.All .

Men's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale.


t Fresh Garden, Flower and Field Seed 30 years experience. DICKSON
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L The McBlroy' Pharmacy This store is the home of Hart Schaftner & Marx clothes

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. $200 EACH; 40 nvlWhiMTAT 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!

IIONEYREFUNDED.. IF INTERESTED DROP A CARD TO BOX 659, CITY, GIVING YOUR ADDRESS, AND I WILL CALL ON YOU. BOX 659, CITY.
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21 T 00 o 'BUYS IT PEOPLE'S WANTS.I A new two-story FOR" SALE house, contains MISCELLANEOUS I MiiMimiiiiiiiiac

ii }6 rooms doors and and bath windows, all newly screened.decorated.All All. WANTED-Dining Orland hotel room girls. Apply 1-6-tf I

MUNNIMAKERS. electric fixtures installed. Corner lot, I
j fine location., Best value in rerfdecjtial YOUNG LADY desires
Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale, For position; gen- ;
Handsome five-room house, two. Rent etc, for this column 25c for one day I property in Orlando. Fred B. eral office work; references. Ad-
50e for three days or $1.00 for one week, for I!Dale, owner, 312 Anderson street. dress "3I," Sentinel office. 1-13-lw .1
story, directly'ofT Lucerne Circle 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe 'l-15-6t I
advertisements for this column, as no I WANTED-Practical nursing by a : Latest Patterns and Colors in
; all equipped for hot and cold insertions will be made on credit. I HAVE FOR SALE middle aged woman; maternity cases;'
y I House, 406 East Pin street; six best references. Address "Nurse,": ,
water electric
etc. Best
lights and
Ginghams PercalesSee
FOR SALE I rooms and bath; lot 60x120, with care Sentinel. 1-17-lt
y location. In the $4,000 class. orange trees. One block from Lake i i
I Eola. A desirable' residence. WANTED-Late model used automo-1 the new line oi
Let us show you.Another. Warman ,Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,I Block of 4 lots on Mark street, cor- bile, roadster or touring car, for ,
on Court street. 12-5-tf II nor I of Magnolia avenue; 142x245; I cash. Wm. R. Cunnigham, care Wil-: Ladies' Muslin Underwear
t grapefruit and orange trees. One of lola hotel, Orange avenue. 1-14-tf,
T $1650 Griffing trees give results. Office ''I the finest building sites in city. i WANTED-Woman for general housework '
a
opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales- Two lots on Lake Leora, 70x128 ; must be a good cook. Apply ;!
8, man. 12-25-tf,!each, trees.facing east; orange and grapefruit P. 0. Box 207, Orlando. 1.16-3t i j McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT

A good investment proposition.Can j Grove of 12 acres on Colonial Drive, .I LOST-On the streets of Orlando, 'I
FOR SALE-Good, sound, gentle bay :just within eastern city limits; over I stick pin, horseshoe shape, staff I II
rent from February 1st for horse. Good worker and driver.;900 trees, orange, grapefruit and tan- cros\ Leave at this office and receive -I STORE!

one year for $25.00 per month. Cheap. Address C. W. Tharp, Win- i I!gerines. Crop last season 3,400 boxes. reward. l-16-6t
ter Park, Fla., Box 90. 1-14-lw Fenced and irrigated. WANTED-By young man, German
p For location, etc. )I Further information upon applica- a position as gardener. Can drive; :128 S. Orange Ave.iir .

r, FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten tion. automobile or motor boat. Handy ,
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rooms and sleeping porch; centrally L. J. TOWNSEND, man around place. Address "G," care':'
located; suitable for either one or 1-16-lw 308 Anderson St. Sentinel. l-15-3t

two families. Address F, G. Rush, .
City. 11-26-tf I ,
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FOR SALE OR i\EtT-With stock ... D.llllllet.IIIIIIIOIIIIII.'I""I'I.'I'.t',.(
and tools, best farm in county; va-
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- "
to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- ;

Hand Bldg., Church St. lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf [ [ iiiAf[ jjfi

FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom DAETWYLERBUNGALOWS
SOUTHERN RAILWAY OFFICIAL to persons wishing suburban
SUICIDES accommodations; also 2 acres good 21 East Pine Street
truck land, close in. Good opportu-
nity for right person. Address "A,"
ORLANDO
:t New York, Jan. .-Richard D. Sentinel 9-8tf FLORIDA

Lankford, a vice-president and secretary -

of the Southern railway, commit- FOR SALE

I ted suicide by inhaling gas in his Five-room bungalow; three spacious HMIililtlMMMI JUSTOPENED

: partments in Brooklyn. He was soon piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod-I I

to have been married to a Brooklyn ern 1.15.1m improvements. 506 Lexington St. FOR REN1 I LOST-Pocket book containing $531and Everything new and complete. As sani-

society girl I some valuable papers. Return I tary as can be. Best,tenderest and freshest
" Mr.Lankford was forty-six years FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre ROOMS FOR RENT, for light house- to Wm. Slyck, Formosa, Fla., and get I Meats of all kinds.
old. On Saturday he was to have grove; five hundred grapefruittrees keeping. 307 E.. Pine St. 1.16-6t reward. 1.14-3t I
married Miss Nellie Patterson. So fifty tangerine trees, and 750
orange trees. Grove should pay for LARGE COMFORTABLE ROOM fur AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, Fish and Oysters in Season
far is known he left no note ex- I
as itself in two years. Address P. 0 nished for light housekeeping. Ap- subsoiling, tree planting, stump
plaining his act. A porter employed Box 105, Orlando, Fla. ply 315 W. Central Ave. 1-16-lw blowing, orchard renovating; land I
in the bachelor apartments where he 12-18-d&w-tf EIGHT-ROOM furnIshed house; gas cleared ready for the-plow. Dynamiteand Courteous attention; prompt service and

resided smelled gas and forced his and electric lights. 205 E.. Robinson supplies. Estimates cheerfully I prices right. Give trial.
FOR SALE furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St., me a
avenue,on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
into Mr. Lankford's In
way rooms. Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm
Good 40 little northof
the bath room lay Lankford's dead property; acres LARGE COMFORTABLE ROOMS, I I
Orlando, beautiful lake.
on Young furnished for light housekeeping. YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
body, unclothed. budded grove, bearing; good dwelling. Apply 315 W. Central Ave. 1.16-1w ring 418 for the Arcade Press- i J. A. COX ProprietorPHONE
The ideal for and
I place poultry dairy ,
ing Club. The boy will call. Club
I ICELYFURNISHED
: farm-good range, plenty room, good ROOM for rate, 8 Ladies' work
15.YEAR OLD BOY KILLED BY I' pieces $1. a spe-
i milk trade established. Will sell stock rent; choice location; moderate cialty. 105
k. AUTOMOBILE I with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, price. 202 East Robinson Ave. 1-10-lm
!Fla. I
12-15-lm I FOR RENT-Two-story house, completely WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
,r Miami, Fla., Jan. 15.Norman furnished. Ready for occupancy ings and cut hair to 305 Garland
Chamberlain, fifteen years old, whose FOR SALE 11 January 25th. Apply to Fred street. We will make them as desired I Mol a I DxH N H ; i I t+I *1 e 11+

home is in St. Joseph, Mo., was struck Farm of twenty acres, ten acres.B. Dale, 306 Anderson street. or purchase same for cash.
cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2 i,l-14-6t Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm Real Estate Agents, Investors and 1I0meseekersATTENqrON
and killed by automobile here late
an miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake 1----
yesterday afternoon. Davis. Good wire fence on three I'APARTMENTS FOR RENT-Two, LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B !
sides. Small new house and well.seeand ," somewhere on the Orlando
t streets Monday. If found, leave at the
J 100 LBS. BY PARCEL POST SOON Land About all 15,000 dry and feet suitable of saw for timber.truck-i Apartments, 1008 Hughey street, Orlando Sentinel office, and receive reward of I offer for $1,800 two-story, six-room cottage, with
ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to Heights. Cheapest in town. $1.00. 1-1-tf rose house and shed. .Located at 301 West street, north.

Washington, Jan. .-Recent experiments work it and will sell at a bargain. 1-11-Gt Close in; near park and Like Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
: conducted by the postoffice Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. FOR RENT-Furnished three room WANTED TO RENT for remainderof six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
season, by family of three, small
i department with the aim of increasing l-6-d&w-lm flat for light housekeeping; all con- furnished house in good neighborhood.House heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
veniences; central; rent cheap. In- must be clean and convenient. ment, wainscoated and sealed suitable for laundry or
,
i the weight limit of the parcel post quire 23 E. Pine street, or phone 571.
have proved so successful that par. FOR SALE 1-11-lw Apply by letter to X. Y. Z., Sentinel furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.

eels weighing 100 pounds soon maybe An artistic and beautiful home; office. 1.14-6t House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These

t f shipped by mail. The present ular.modern. Seven and complete large rooms in every and partic-bath; FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in NOTICE lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I

weight limit of parcels is 50 pounds. immense closets. Screened sleeping i ience new; kitchenette modern home if ;desired every; conven-reason- The books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission. i

.;: and rear porches; ten-foot veranda I able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door voters in Orange county will be Open to all.
F II across entire front. A few bearing'to the Wyoming. 12.1-tf opened in my office at the Court
The Confederate ball at the armory trees, flowers and shrubbery. New House on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY
;i next Tuesday evening will be one of .i and near in, fine location. FOR RENT and will be kept open six days in .
the most pleasant social affairs of the 1 Any one desiring an ideal home, Furnished 6-room house; strictly each week, until the first Monday in 307 West St. North Orlando
address modern; fine location. Will rent for March, 1914. ,
1 entire Everybody is invited.
season. OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. season or by year. Cooper & Atha, W. L. DOLIVE,
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Another good man gone wrong! His name is Richard, but they call.
ed him "Rick" for short. But had some good traits as you will see if you The Problem Love Solves"by
go to
Thanhouser. What is the Problem? Come and find out. It is a stoMa

'ruder's Lucerne Theatre Tonight ry absolutely unique in its treatment and setting ISO"

The Woman of Sin"by
and witness

Reliance. Come and see it; it's different and that is what you want."Rick's .

Redemption" Don't forget the place or price, The Lucerne Theatre,
5 cents to all.
a real thriller in one reel and a Majestic that speaks for itself.IMMiiiiilllMIMMiiiSiHK

7:00: to 10 P. M 1. Good Music.


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'monte Springs, Jan. 14.-Mrs. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's -
Fogg has been quite seriouslythe .Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf .
past two weeks,but is now i Osteopathic Physician

alescing. Now is the time to buy Manhattan 132 Orange Avenue W. M. SLEMONS
k J. W. Osteen drove to Sanford i
Shirts. Semi-annual sale now on, at
relay and was transacting Next door to People's Bank, "
bUSi-1 Scruggs & Dickson. l-7-6t
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Jin the new county court up-stairs. Acute and chron
frs. E. Turner is the guest of her ic diseases treated.Telephone .
her and family, Mr. and Mrs. Os-I I Subscribe for the Sentinel and get
&n. Mrs. Turner has sold her forer -,i the latest news. 578. j jI New Goods Arriving Daily
home at Maitland and is having I
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fine cottage built in Winter Park,I
here she will make her future home,
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vhich will be ready for occupancy
arly next month. SPECIAL SALE
Mr. Kellogg,father of Mrs. S.Maxwell -
McIntyre, is seriously ill. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
i January 12th to 17th InclusiveON
Mr. B. L. Maltbee is having his made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
grounds beautified by having planted I
beautiful shrubs, ornamental trees, Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
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.and choice roses. Embroideries Voiles and other Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
The frame is up which,now shows ,
the outlines of Mr.T.A.Briggs'modern Wash Materials & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
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bungalow on the bluff, which will .
be rushed to completion. Mr. Briggs
leads, others will follow, in line of MISSES HAMILTON & ms
the erection of beautiful winter homesat
this favored and beautiful loca- I.. W. M.ORANGSLEMONS
tion.
i Agents for Barclay Corsets E AVENUE 0
The Confederate ball is going to be,t
: McCall's: Patterns .
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WElCOME HERE



! Rev. Mr. Remsen to Be in Charge of

St. Luke's for Six Months- .

Auxiliary Notes .
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The twenty-first annual meeting in

"' southern Florida of the Woman's i1' 1 o

M '.'' .'' .. .. .. W.k.fi4 Auxiliary of the Episcopal churchwas 0"J; I : 1lln'll( tcITffi1 f)

held Thursday, with large attend- /..'!
ance and great interest manifested at

t both morning and' afternoon sessions; U Yon will need money for it. Begin saving a small

but with the note of sorrow throughout -

I in the thought of parting with ', amount each week In our Christmas Savings Club.

t. STATEH.BANKof Mrs. Gray, for years past the esteemed .

and beloved president of this

diocesan organization.In 2c the first week and 2c ai3dl i. (
his address to these missionary =- tional each succeeding week, (S) :j.5))

workers at their annual service Thurs- gives yon v- ,

day morning, Bishop Mann bade them =

Orlando endeavor amid all daily claims to

combine the characteristics markingthe 5c the first week and 5c addl.I ((') ,t. 'S,5

1893 incident recorded of Mary and tional each succeeding week ) tQ 9 3

Martha: that if we would hope to suc- gives
you JI
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] ceed in our active service for Christ,
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we must first seek His aid and bless- I \

, LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE ing-tender our devotion with our
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labor. g4

Bishop Mann announced his appointment -

F t CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING of the Auxiliary officersfor Tip

. the ensuing year as follows: YL\"

! In order to continue :Mrs. Gray's official -
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.: connection with the Auxiliary as

a'' 1 I ::1t long as possible, he appointed her its

honorary president, and Mrs. Mann,
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the
honorary vice-president.
'. I President-Deaconess Parkhill.

Y Secretary Mrs. Jessie M. Thayer.

Treasurer-Miss Marion Cary-

Elwes. '

Secretary of Junior AuxiliaryMissBertha

Dawson.
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Y Secretary and Treasurer of Babies'

Branch-Mrs. H. A. Vivian.

Custodian of United OfferingMrs.A. .

Haden. '

Palm Branch Committee Mrs.
T MRS. CHESTER GOODRICH GIVES PEOPLE'S BANK TREASURER OF tI
ENJOYABLE CARD PARTY GROWERS'LEAGUE Sperry, :Miss Corinne Robinson. I'I ( ( i il ljl''( I+I 'III ( Ilhll lll llli (liII( !;I I I ihi j ; II' ''

...!-.- Correspondent C. P. C.-Mrs. J. H. i I 3 (i I i I d I udI( ,11 1 i INI i I I I I I !I j. I I { 111 I I!i i I i l i lil t ( J j'll' l f l'lllii I leil t ,II ul( I 1 1 u l (?I! I t1i I i
Weddell.
Some of Mrs. C. E. Goodrich's (Continued from First Page.)
The business sessions were held in _
friends enjoyed a delightful afternoon very informal committee, and is to I
with her yesterday, six tables of auc- consist of one member from each the Cathedral school auditorium, kindly : ======:
loaned for this occasion. ,1F'cr
tion bridge affording an interesting shipping point within the state. Its
Earnest and addresses
contest in which' Mrs. J. B. Lawton purpose shall be to have some helpful were ,
representative given by Rev. R. H. Remsen Rev. A.
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made the highest score, receiving the at each place in the state
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S. Peck, of Sanford, and Rev. T. J.
; prize, a pretty handembroideredguest who shall keep the manager posted as .
Lacey, of Brooklyn.As .
towel. to conditions in his locality and on 0 EI EIof
the Rev. :Mr. Remsen is to be
2 Some beautiful roses formed the whom the manager shall call for
any priest-in-charge of the Cathedral for IN EVERY ONE
chief decorations; and after the particular work. He may collect
six: months, beginning with the first
games Mrs. Goodrich was assisted in memberships, arrange for meetings, '

serving the appetizing scalloped oys- secure signatures to petitions, report I of felt February in his presence, a special for, interest Convocation was 0 your purchases from us you will {

ters, saltines, brown bread and cof- crop conditions, etc.

fee by her mother (Mrs. A. C. The matter of financing was takenup and for the Auxiliary, 'a hearty wel- n find originality NOTHING over- fl
come accorded both to him .and to
Brown), Mrs. Geo. R. Newell, Mrs. A. and the executive committee votedto

:r. J. Taylor and Miss Mary Howard. : call for assessments on shipments Mrs. Remsen. done but and _
dom Mrs. Mann was introduced to the harmony good taste
Other. guests present were Mrs. October 15. These are to be ,

Beardall, Mrs. Hal Beardall, Mrs. J. paid in immediately, which should be. Auxiliary and gave a few words of
I greeting, expressing her pleasure in V combined. Come and JJ
N. McElroy, Mrs. E. L. Bliss, Mrs. the: means of putting the finances of see.o .
thus meeting her co-workers in
x. W. L. Palmer, Mrs Fiske, Mrs. J. B. the; league in a satisfactory conditionat new
the great of missions and asking o r
cause
Lawton Jr. Mrs. Robert Howe Mrs. ; = ,
once. The People's National bank
their continued I
and
Schuller, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., :Mrs. of Orlando was appointed treasurer, co-operation

L. G. Starbuck, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs.S. and all checks will be sent direct to support in her own labors. She also

A. Robinson, Mrs. P. T. Slemons, this bank. A finance committee consisting gave a message of greeting sent by ALLEN & CO; Jewelers
her from the Auxiliary in North Dakota -
Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. LeRoy. Giles, of L B. Skinner, Dunedin; Dr.
to the members of this ,
Miss Rita Lawton and Miss Nannie J. H. Ross, Winter Haven; and H. J. societyin .
southern Florida.
Wood. Drane, of Lakeland, was appointed,
and this committee in cooperationwith Among the tributes given to :Mrs. Everything: Gu anteed. Reliable Repairing
Gray was the following resolution:
i THE PRIDES OF ORLANDO GO the general manager, will handleall n : dJI
Resolved, That we, the of
women
DOWN IN DEFEAT 28 TO 16 matters of finances for the time the Southern Florida Auxiliary as- : = =====
being. The committee voted to leave
sembled in our annual meeting, express -
a; For the ninth time this season victory the; matter of securing adequate office. I
to Mrs. Gray, our retiring President -
has perched on the girls' basketball facilities and office assistants to Mr. ACKNOWLEDGMENTSThe MMMIMIMIMIMtlMMfltMMHMMtlHIilMmHfHas .
our deep and sincere apprecia-
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team's banner of the Summerlin Tenny. f
institute. Saturday the team from "There is the finest kind of co-op tion; of her long years of service and publicity committee of Annie

Orlando high school engaged in a tilt eration between all of the interests in of her wise and loving leadership in : Coleman Chapter, U. D. C., wishes to
the work of the Auxiliary; 1 OcLiawalia(\ Nursery Service
t on the local court and were forced to the; state in this protective league, "That we ask her to try"to imagine, acknowledge thanks for the generos- r

take the short end of a 28-16 score. and with the auspicious beginningsthere ity of the management of theGrandfor I i I
for we are unable fitly to
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express our
The Misses Holland and Stanley is no reason why the league advertising on the screen at that;,
regret at her departure from Southern
combination proved too strong Still should not accomplish a lot of good I Florida theater the Confederate ball to bej I I

the game was very interesting and for the growers and shippers of Flor-: ; given Tuesday evening, and also toi I

the up-state girls displayed the finest ida. Many of the commission men "And we assure her that our warm Mr. Norman Field for announcing the ;J always been accepted in Orange County as the
affection and
earnest for
team work seen on the local court this attending their annual meeting here God's richest blessings upon prayers her and event each night at the"Orlando opera best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand

year. Miss Twigg, the captain of the are expressing the greatest confidencein house during the engagement of his i
tars will because the best
will follow her always wherevershe no oneever our trees are
1 Orlando team, played excellent ball the good such an association may company in this city.

and made several long shots that do, and many of them have voluntarily may be"AT MRS. JOSIAH FERRIS, and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.

"brought down the house. agreed to support the league and MRS. LULA HAYES LAWRENCE,

a; The local team travels to Orlando to pay the assessment of onesixthof THE LUCERNE THEATERThe Publicity Committee. Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who-

F tomorrow and will try hard to make one cent per box on all citrus fruits ever heard of an ignored claim?
and pineapples and program for the Lucerne to- I .
it ten straights.-Bartow Record. fifty cents per car Mr. James Galey, of Beaver Falls, '

on all vegetables,".-said one of the night "includes "The Problem Love Pa., and Mr. Daniel Galey, of Perry- We offer you first choice from the largest stock

THE BEST OF THE SEASON growers who was present at yesterday's Solves. What the problem is, and ville, Pa., arrived last night to spend the world for this season's planting and your suc- Pin
meeting.. how it is solved is for you to find out,
time with their mother, who is
some
so come around to the Lucerne tonight cess with our stock is already assured when your
The best evidence a theater manager affectionately known in Orlando as
FIELD and it will be worked out to Free advice stock arid
} can offer his patrons as to the PLAYERS A DECIDED HIT Grandma Galey. She recently cele- grove is planted. as to per-

actual merits of an entertainment your entire "satisfaction. "The Wo- brated her ninety-third birthday an- sonal inspection ol your land when requested on any
There was a large crowd to see man of Sin, by Reliance, is a pic-
that he is offering for niversary, and was the sprightliest
your approvalis "What Happened to Jones," as playedby ture that will interest you and make planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discounts, t
undisputed facts its member of the party.
concerning
success elsewhere. What is said here the Field Players at the opera you think." "Rick's Redemption" is to planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best

house last night. The writer was gladto a picture you ought to see. It is a
concerning the success of Gus Hill's The Grand orchestra will play for of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
see that the Orlando people finally Majestic production and One of their
production of Bud Fisher's great the Confederate ball Tuesday even
cartoon
woke up to the fact that there is a best, so don't miss it.
4 play "Mutt and Jeff," coming to ing, January 20.TURKEY.
' good theatrical company in the city. This program is one of the best
> t the Orlando house next Wednesday
opera Of course, the attendance was not ever shown in Orlando at double the ADDRESS
night, can easily be verified in SUPPER
i (what it should have been, for the price charged at the Lucerne.,
the news columns of almost served the MethodistLadies'
any news Will be by
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Norman Field company is one of the That the people of this city appre-
More than five hundred Aid Society, Saturday night,
. paper.inent prom- very best that has ever come to Or- ciate Mr. Magruder's efforts to give January 17, from 5:30 to 10 o'clock, in E
throughout the
i newspapers lando. All of their plays so far pre- them the best is being shown by the the Granniss building, opposite the OCKLAAIIA NURSERIES
country are running the clever Fisher
Grand theater. Price 50c. M43tNOTICE
sented and
were new and high class rapidly increasing attendance at the
cartoons daily. That is
newspaper evenly produced. Lucerne, which is fast becoming the
paying a big bonus for the privilege,
"What Happened to Jones" is a well best patronized place of amusement.
\ of getting the Fisher cartoons because Dept. 23 Tangerine Fla.
known comedy from the pen of one of The price of admission is alwaysthe All persons having goods scored r
? they attract its readers, because they:
Jacob
with the late Shanibarger
the best writers of comedy, Mr. same-5 cents to alL Doors open
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ti cartoon pictures have become a feature :' Broadhurst. The company handledthe from 7to10pm. hereby notified to remove same before
Nan play in the same old "Field way," February 1st, or they will be sold for
t in daily papers. Next Wednesday .I which means the very best it could be. The Confederate ball is given for storage.P. LIVING PICTURES ROLLINS MINSTRELSAn
c night our people can see the real' M. SHANIBARGER, Adm'r., :Music lovers jof Orlando will be gladto
r The Norman
Field Players will! the benefit of the veterans' home in
thing at the opera house. 1.14.1w Pine Castle, Fla. know that all the songs which accompany up-to-date minstrel show
close their engagement in this city tonight Jacksonville. Help a good cause and the Living Piceures will be given by the students at Rollins will be

with the great play, "In the have a good time all at once. The W. T. ENTRICAN sung by Mrs. W. L. Palmer, Mr. Wal- ,lege on the evening of January 17th Col., i

f, Re-engagements are a mark of appreciatio Blood," also giving a matinee at 3:30p. opportunity comes rarely. Tuesday Offers to Orlando the newest and best ter Carr.Drennen and Mr. Forrest Dabney 1-16-tf 'at 8:15 o'clock, for benefit of Rollins

Maud Powell again, January . m. The play will be "Foxy Grandpa evening next at the armory. of workmanship in the painting and Athletic Association. The price of f
admission will be only 35
28. Auspices Methodist Baraca ," a story taken from the famous decorating trade. Phone 636. cents. l
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