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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 20, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00308
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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MIDWINTER SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVECOME.Direct : .

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


VOLUME ONE. I ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1914. NUMBER 291.

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CONFERENCE OF MEN WITH SUPERVISOR DOUY[ SENDS[ HIS ,WILL UNDER BE QUESTION COMMISSION OF EXAMINATION IN MACON AND OF BEGINS WIT- B BRYAN HAS JOB J B TO COLLECT[ T ', JUDGE AND THREE OTHERS


AMPLE IN CAPITAL ORLANDO HELD RESIGNATION TO GOVERNOR NARROWING. ___STREETS NESSES ON CHARGES $$100,000 1 O f FROM MEXICO[ O MURDERED IN WARDEN'S -

The first question to be submittedto Macon, Ga., Jan. 19.-Judge Emory OFFICEs

Has Served as Supervisor of Regis the people for a referendum vote Speer, one of Georgia's most distinguished Maintenance of Federal Refugees I
tration for will probably be that of narrowingthe and who has
Last Twelve Years jurists a man Item
WOODWARD BACKS PLAN With Efficiency streets for the paving which is been held by the people generally! as of Considerable Cost to
This GovernmentSpecial HELD GIRL UP AS TARGET
'. soon to be laid with the funds derived above reproach, is being investigatedfor

Supervisor of Registration. L from paving bonds. official misconduct, covering along to the SentinelWashington
STEEL ,MAN OF ALABAMA INTERESTED Dolive received noti from. Governor There has been considerable dis- period of years. Jan. 19.-Secretary
IN ENTERPRISEAND Park Trammell yesterday that his cussion concerning the advisabilityof The congressional committee, com- William J. Bryan has before him the ESCAPING THROUGH WARDEN'S
resignation had been received and ac-t reducing the width of streets inj posed of Representative Webb, chair- problem of collecting a debt of,$100- OFFICE RUNAWAY PRISON* .
ASKS COOPERATION cepted. In the same mail the gover- I order to pave a greater length than man; Fitzhenry, of Illinois; and Vol- 000 from the Mexican government for ERS SEIZED A YOUNG ,
ORLANDO MEN nor notified the county committee of would be possible if the commissioners sted, of Minnesota, began the hearing i hospitality afforded the federal refugees WOMAN FOR SHIELD
.' his action and suggests that the committee /!' spent the bond money in !laying this morning. also he must add to this sum)I "
A conference of importance to Orlando go about the selection of a the paving the full length of the! Judge A. J. Cobb, counsel for Judge I I, $2,500 for every day the refugees stay I Special to the Sentinel.
and the immediate sectionwas, successor at once. thirty-six foot streets as the bounda- Speer, addressed the committee briefly 'J'at Fort Bliss garrison. I McAlester, Okla., Jan. 19.-Three
held in the private car of Mr. J. H. The trying duties of the office un- ries now lie. stating that he would do all in his It was stated this afternoon that prisoners after overpowering the
Woodward, capitalist and father-in- der the new registration law, consid-I A plan which has been followed hi power to facilitate the hearing. I while the war department furnishedthe guards and taking the tatter's revolvers -
law of Representative Oscar Under- ered in conjunction with the small remuneration other cities has been suggested for Custis Nottingham, former city re-j food supply and the shelter for shot their way to freedom out
wood, of Alabama, Sunday evening. i and the supervisor's lack adoption in Orlando, namely, to extend corder, was the first witness: It is I, the refugees that it was up to the of the state penitentiary here today,
Parties to the conference were i of robust health are assigned as rea-I the curbs six feet on each sides probable that the hearing will continue state department to, collect the board killing four persons and wounding
prominent, business men.of Orlando I sons for his action. Mr. Dolive ha making a parkway between the sidewalks indefinitely, for the counts ': bill. Just how this is going to be I three others before they were finally
and :Mr .Woodward, son of the elder filled the office of supervisor since I' and the street, and paving the against Judge Speer are numerous,p'!'! done is giving the officials of the state killed by the posse that followed in
Woodward, representing his father. 1902, having been elected each successive center of twenty-four feet. This plan and many witnesses are to be exam- I'department much concern. pursuit.
_ and other capitalists ,who are inter time without opposition. He would save one-third of the paving m ned. The charges lodged against him !j I Mexico has not yet been recognizedI The dead besides the three convicts
ested in the project of building an has made an acceptable officer and i is I material and consequently give just are as follows: I jl i by this country and furthermore that include Deputy Warden Cates, Guard
interurban railroad between Kissimmee.and -. highly regarded by all for his efficiency that much greater length of paved "With having violated section sixty-, country has defaulted on its semiannual -[' Godfrey, Bertillon Expert DeCover,
Sanford with Orlando as the and faithfulness, and generalregret 'streets than would be possible if the seven of the judicial code, in allowing interest due on foreign loans. i iI 'I and Judge Thomas, a Muskogee lawyer -
_ chief intermediate point and including was expressed yesterday when entire thirty-six' feet of street width his son-in-law to be appointed and l !'I 'I all of whom were shot in the
,a number of smaller places along it was learned that he had quit the were allowed to remain as it is. employed in offices and duties in his s CATTLE DO MUCH DAMAGE TO';i warden's office when the convictswere
the line. office, which is now in charge of his* There are strong arguments on both court I' VALUABLE PLANTS I' making their way to the main
Mr. Woodward, who has a winter assistant, Mr. Robert Howe.'s;'! of the proposition and the city "With the violation of the bankruptcy I entrance.After .
home a short distance north of Or While Chairman Seth Woodruff of 'commissioners will hardly take the act in allowing compensation I, Wandering cattle did considerable i shooting the officials, the
lando, has been considering the matter the county committee has reached no ]responsibility of independent action, in excess of the provisions of that; damage to the plants and young convicts took Mary Foster, the prison;
for some time, but has not until conclusion as to when he will call a anf further than is necessary to put act, to a trustee, who was his personal 1 grapefruit trees in the garden of Mr.I i stenographer, who had been wounded
recently given active thought to it, meeting of the committee to recom- the matter in form for the people to friend. 1 M. E. Pugh during the early hours of' during the firing, to Judge Thomas' I
and the purpose of the conference mend a successor, it is believed thata vote on it. "A violation of the laws in drawing. Sunday morning. Mr. Pugh and his I'I buggy' outside and started off for
Sunday was to enlist the co-opera- 'caU will be issued before the weekis Since the question must be decidedat juries. 'neighbor, Mr. F. H. Gore, were awak- freedom.
tion of the Orlando business interests out. an early date, and nothing else has "A violation of the mandate of the (ened by the cows, and went out to I l The girl was held up as a shied,
The conference, it is understood, as- The names of Mr. S. S. Griffin and ]loomed up which seems to require an supreme court of the United States. 'drive them away. An officer was notified ,which prevented the posse from firing -
sumed more the nature of a preliminary J. P. Cawood were yesterday suggested 'expression from the voters, it is almost "Oppressive and corrupt use of his and they were put in the pound.I; on the buggy. After a short pur-
interchange of views rather as good men for the position. ] certain that this will be the firsttrial official position in deciding cases un ,. The cows had destroyed a bale of hay suit a sudden lurch threw the girl out
than the mapping out of positive The place pays $31.25 per month. Mr. 1 of the referendum in Orlando. justly in favor of his son-in-law. i :for Mr. Gore, and had torn up a hun- of the vehicle. The posse then closed
plans and demands for stock subscrip Howe said he did not want the place "Unlawful and corrupt actions and'('': 'dred.head of ,cabbage belonging to in and killed the convicts.
tions. and would not have it if it were offered 'COAST LINE WOULDN'T GIVE proceedings in cases in which his son-'!: Mr. Pugh and had done considerable
Shortly after the gathering the him. jj!j COMMISSION MEN RATES in-law had a contingent fee. 1\. injury to a number of young grapef PUT WIFE ON TRAIN THEN
young Mr. Woodward left for Bir j "Corrupt and unwarranted use o !:I I fruit trees, besides damaging other DROWNED SELF

mingham, with the promise to send a NIGH S SCHOOL H lB BOYS DEFT AT STAn BANK! "Couldn't do a thing with them,'' his official authority in using court )I valuable plants. There are many
representative of "his people" to Or said John Abberger, who had returned II officials who were paid by the goy i''complaints i from others, and the cat- Santa Barbara, Cal, Jan. 19.-In- ?
lando and the other places interested HAM IN FAST EM OF BAll :from the meeting of commission men ernment as private servants, without tie nuisance is growing more serious. terest in the disappearance of F. ]
to.look into the matter. The young !I held in Jacksonville, to which he was I rendering any service to the government I Lewis Clark, the Spokane millionaire
man came to Orlando primarily to ac The baseball team of the Orlando[ delegated by the Orlando Board o f DEATH OF MRS. NORMAN I who was last seen Friday night whenhe 1,'
company his parents to their winte high school won a fast game of baseball Trade as a messenger to bear the invitation I "Oppressive and corrupt conduct i in ROBINSON bade his wife good-bye at a railroad .,
3 home, and the railroad matter was from the clerks of the State bank of that body for the commis I allowing dissipation of assets of bankruptcy Mrs. Norman Robinson died at her station, now centers in the return -
ipcidental.It yesterday afternoon, the score being sion men to visit Orlando on thei : estate, Ji>y the employment of home, 301 Concord;, avenue, in this. here today of Mrs. Clark. 'I
is likely that those who were 10 to 4. This was the first game of way back from Tampa. I unnecessary officials and their pay-I city, yesterday morning of acute i ini I Police believe Clark committed suicide -
party to the conference will ascertainin the season for both teams and a great I, "I got up and talked to all that :ment of excessive fees. digestion. This news comes as 'a t, by jumping into the ocean from
a quiet way what may be expected deal of interest was manifested by crowd," said Mr. Abberger, ''but it I i "Oppressive and corrupt abuses i in shock to her many friends. Her deathwas : the end of the pier here after he had 1"
A from Orlando in the way of actua the local fans. I I was of no use. The Seaboard had !granting orders appointing receivers very sudden, being sick only a I II I seen his wife start for San Francisco.
} stock subscriptions and material encouragement Elder went in the box for the bankteam given them a round trip rate of six 'for property without notice to the few hours. She was the daughter of I Nevertheless, nobody was washed
to the enterprise. but could not stand the pace for, dollars to Tampa, and the Coast Line owners and without cause, resultingin Dr. Jas. R. Bettison, a surgeon in the ashore yesterday and Walter Shute, j
While the plans'''are yet somewha a full inning. Heinz, a former star wouldn't make any such rate to Orlando great ,loss to the party. Confederate army, and Eliza Cath- valet of the missing man, says he is s sg
nebulous, so far as the general publi twirler for Portsmouth, Ohio, one of for less than five hundred, and "Oppressive and corrupt abuse of cart Bettison. She was born June convinced his employer had no intention !
is concerned, it is probable that the the teams in the Ohio State league, there wasn't a thing doing, though a authority in refusing to allow the 1840, in Little Rock, Ark. The family ; of committing suicide- when he .j
proposed line will be for electric o r took his place. Mr. Heinz possiblydid lot of them wanted to come." The dismissal of litigation; thereby permitting moved to Louisville, Ky., the fol- Ileft the hotel and accompanied Mrs. t
-gasoline motor -propulsion.- not like to display his ability, so commission'men went to Tampa A after relatives and favorites to lowing year. She was a teacher of I Clark to the station.According j
The project is one which has been I he allowed six hits and a generous- their Jacksonville trip and were en- profit by the receipt of large fees. I repute, both in the Louisville high to Shute, Clark dIS"I I
agitated for some time but without portion of the score. McShane playedan tertained in that city, and many of "Improper, if not corrupt, abuse of school and as principal of Holyoke missed the automobile at the ,
reaching any definite shape. The fact exceptional game at first I them went from there on to Cuba, the authority in taking or causing to be academy. She was the author of several asked for a side entrance key to the !;
that the proposition has attracted The school boys were in good trim 'others returning home Saturday taken, money from the court fund for books, and many literary art i hotel and gave directions to the valet
capitalists of such standing as the and proceeded to get revenge for the t I ]night. his private use."Oppressive cles. She is survived by one, daughter to wait for him the next morning. A :
Woodwards and their associates, treatment they received at the handsof t conduct in entertaining a brother and sister, and two I hat said to belong to Clark was on j
seems to give color to the hope that the bank boys last season. A not- COLLECTION OF DOG TAX TO matters beyond his jurisdiction, fining grandchildren. _The funeral services the beach Saturday. This seems to 1
the line will be in course of construc- able feature of the game was the fine BEGIN PRETTY SOON parties and, the like. at her house will be announced later.WHETS be the only clew to substantiate the
tion before a great while. team work, as well as good individual "Unlawful and incomprehensiveconduct suicide theory. A rumor that Clark .j
playing. Dade on short stop did effi- Just as soon as City Clerk Boonecan in defining the mandate of i and his wife quarreled, was advanced
DfUlAH [{ fAMilY r PUT TS S
DEPARTMENT WILL NOT INVESTIGATE cient work, and the outfield was order the tags for dogs ''and get the circuit court of appeals. as the only reason for Clark's suicide
THAW EXTRADITION equally well represented by Alleman*them the collection of the dog tax will "Oppressive conduct in allowing I GIRL IN HIDING if that was his fate.
in left field. Scott was on the mound begin. The city has been realizing avery money to remain on deposit without
Special to the SentinelWashington small revenue from this interest in banks RUSSELL TO OPPOSE WALL FOR
and showed himself to be a ball player -j source, in whichrelatives, or -
Jan. 19.-The
depart-
ment of justice will not investigatethe of exceptional ability. Keys did I but in view of the mayor's order that friends were interested. Case Against Her at Mobile Was SENATE IN PUTNAM
extradition in the excellent work behind the bat, catch- dogs must have a tag or be sacrificedto "And there is also some evidence Nolle Prossed and Father
proceedings ing numerous men on bases. the dogcatcher, it is likely that adduced before the committee that the Took Her Home Palatka, Jan. 19.-Several candi-
Thaw case. This statement was made Both teams played clean ball, only there will ,be an increase in the judge having allowed excessive fees dates have thrown their hats into the
today by high officials of the department 'five errors being made during the en- .amount received from the sale of tags. to receivers for improper purposes, Special to the Sentinel. ring in this county. W. A. Russell,
declared that the federal
who
tire game. Mr. Yowell satisfied the!l:Mr. Boone will order threehundred and also corrupt conduct in raisingthe I Mobile, Ala., Jan. 19.-Joel M. Fos- editor of the News, and a present
couldn't take hand in
vernment a fans with his decisions, which, though'''I tags, and they will be sold at $1.25 amount of fees allowed to othersin ter, who is charged with adultery in member of the lower house of the
of this character between I
roceedings sometimes close, showed him to be an'each. order that his son-in-law might connection with the government's Florida legislature, has announced
denial
states. The was occa
wo I
authority on the national game as profit thereby. I case against him and Delilah Bradley himself as a candidate for the state
ned by the 'statements Jerome well as an impartial umpire. : OIL BARGE IS AGROUND OFF "Attempted bribery of official ap i and for which he must answer to senate. J. P. Wall has not issued his 4
be
matter
whole
the might car-
[ The following is the line-up of both i ST. LUCIE% INLET pointed to act as custodian. 'the federal grand jury under bond of announcement for re-election to the
Washington. teams: "Oppressive conduct in unlawfully $5,000, was arraigned in police court same office, but it is expected.
[ High School-Mayer, 3b.; Dade, ss.; Special to the Sentinel. seizing and selling property. today and waived examination. The This promises to be an interesting
LIAMS CONFIRMED TO BE St. Augustine, Jan. 19.-The Standard
I
COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY Keys, c;; Dolive cf.; Fisher, rf.; Alle- Oil barge Energie is aground off- "Use of drugs, impairing his mental case against the'Bradley girl. was contest, as ,these gentlemen are not E
in
man, If.'; Douglass, lb.; Scott, p.; I St Lucie Inlet, Fla. The revenue cut- faculties. nolle pross d. altogether matters. harmony. in various I local
Walton, 2b. .. "General unlawful and oppressive ;
pedal to the Sentinel.Washington, Jan.. 19.-John Skelton Stat Bank_:Floyd, c.; Jackson, ss.; I from ter Yamacraw Jacksonville and have wrecking been tugs dis- conduct to serve his own private Bradley Girl Disappears After Return The office of county treasurer is A
ends." Home sought by Dr. H. R. ,Estes and A. S.
McShane, lb. Heinz Elder
Williams was confirmed late this ; p.; p.; patched to her assistance and the
Bentler If. 2b. Philadelphia, Jan. 19. Delilah Willard, cashier of the Putnam Na-
Langford -
; Longwell
afternoon as comptroller of the cur- ; Mallory liner, Lampasas, is standingby. tional bank.
rency. This makes him ex-officio rf.; Rodenbaugh, cf.BatteriesHigh STRIKE OF HUDSON RAILWAY Bradley has arrived home at Pember-
member of the ,federal, reserve board School, Scott and EMPLOYES SETTLED IN DAY ton and has gone into hiding. The
which will have full charge of the new Keys; State Bank, Elder, Heinz and Special to the Sentinel. eighteen year old girl who eloped REAL ESTATE MEN MEET TO.
currency law. Mr. Williams by virtueof Floyd. Umpire, YowelL NO QUORUM PREVENTS BOARD Albany N. Y., Jan. 19.-The strikeof with her 45 year old employer a NIGHT FOR ORGANIZATION
OF TRADE SESSION the Delaware &, Hudson railway month from
his office will become a member of ago Philadelphia was accompanied The real estate men will meet tonight -
the organization committee. THE WEATHER There was no quorum and conse- employes which was called this morn- by her father from Mobile for permanent organization,
quently no meeting of the Board of ing was settled tonight, and two where she was located when arrested after hearing the report of the committee
Trade last night. President Brad- hours later an agreement was signedby with Foster ten days ago. The on constitution, appointed at
Tennis racquets, $1.25 to $5.00. Florida: Generally fair Tuesdayand t shaw and Secretary Howard were on nearly all of .the men and they members of her family refuse to divulge the preliminary meeting held last
Wright & Ditson tennis balls 50 cents Wednesday; somewhat colder in hand promptly, but only two or three were back at work. At midnight her hiding place, but it is be week. The meeting is scheduled to
Curtis & O'Neal It 1 I
postoffice.
n northwest Wednesday. other members put in appearance. everything was running smoothly. lieved she is in a private sanitarium. take place at the Best and Tea Room

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Truckers at Coleman are shipping I I OLIVE OIL-OLIVE OIL MONTGOMERY MOTION PICTURE Cu's j

cabbage and preparing ground for to : OLIVE OIL
matoes. Planting ha s already be :

gun. .
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The matter of extending the Fort : Price 50c. per Pint : Grand Theatre
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Pierce electric plant so as to serve : $1.00 per Quart ::

the people of St. Lucie is now 'under : $3.50 per Gallon II II .

consideration Last week of the Hodges Brothers and Ross in their latest J

A party of :Miami sportsmen, recently : LISTEN :I: songs and comedy. Clever, clean and refined.TODAY'S .

returned from a jaunt in the Housewives, if you use Olive Oil either for

Everglades, report fine success, ven- salads, cooking or medicinal use, you want the pest im- PROGRAM
ison and turkey bring plentiful ported oil, the kind that has the sweet, nutty taste. In "

making up your grocery order, remember, we deliver "Matrimonial Maneuvers, Maurice Costello and Mary
Mayor Robertson of Ocala has recommended goods to your door.DeLANEY. :
to thj board of aUermen! .. Charleston in a Vitagraph Comedy replete with ludicrous

of that city teat! the electr; and waterworks situations. .

plans be consoidaed. ABERNETHY : .

The official program for the Gas- Druggists, I "The Family Honor," A strong Edison drama with a

' parilla celebration in Tampa, February Orlando, Florida powerful plot.
21st to 24th, inclusive, has been

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few Herbert hunting days Marsh ago.in Tiger of After DeLairJ Bay following went swamp turkey a a- L CI I MIT & BROSI R TYPEWRITER 3:30: Continuous Performance 10:00


flock of big !binfc a i'the o- more, they

flew onto :t tree and the.sport,man Children 5c
Adults lOc i
fifed, killing: four. of everything that is modern and

useful in typewriter construction--then add -.._...
The of the First National
depositors 20 to 30 per cent for increased efficiency COMING SOON
Bank of Pensacola, which closedits BULWER LYTTONS MASTERPIECE
due to ball bearings---that is the
doors last week, will be paid every
cent of the $1,600,000 due them, according i The Last
to a statement made Tuesday L. C. Smith Bros. TypewriterIt Days of Pompeii

night by Bank Examiner Goodhart.
|| One of the most famous novels in the English language, dramatized in four reels. JM


Hospital Plans ,for to be the erected proposed at Fort Lee County Myers, durable is compact, and proof, complete against,inexperience easy to operate and, iii :mm :w *l :::: n ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : :: ::::::::::::::: TrTVTV rr LAA *nAAA. J

are approaching definite condition.
carelessness.See
.
The committee in charge will, it is

said, borrow $2,000 with which to us before buying, we can give you For Economy and pur-

construct the first'wing of the build the best deal and chase
ing. highest treatment than WRIGHT power of your monA -

any other typewriter concern. FOR 'ff.t ESTATE SEED CO ey, "Try Wright's" Farm

The new Baptist church at Braden- Particulars
upon request. Thais Our Business and Garden
' town; brick edifice which cost $35-I Seeds in

.) 000, was thrown open for worship the : Orlando, Florida bulk. "Motto"
first time last Sabbath. The main auditorium I Quantityand

nearly 500.has Rev.seating Preston capacity Boyd is pasI for I L CI MIT & BROSI R nrfWRIHR CO1 Quality.Fresh .

tor. I I Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

: The twenty-second annual conven- 506 FLORIDA AVENUE TAMPA, FLORIDA dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
tion of the National League of Commission cents pint.
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Merchants convened in Jack. ,1",1.,11",1"1".i Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
-
sonville Wednesday for sessions to
(charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at door $1.35 cash with order.
1 st three days Delegates from all One trouble with the wise guys is Sentinel want ads. are read your

sections of the country were in at- that they know so much by hearsay. .-
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tendance. .. -
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There's nothing so sad as the comic
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Willis B. Powell, former secretaryof pictures. FIRE INSURANCE
the Tampa Board of Trade, will, in .
the near future, begin the publication
Lots of men who despise hypocritestry
I of a daily paper at Clearwater. Mr. to appear friendly, because it

t Powell has been at Columbus, Ga., pays. ( LYlo Success
) since relinquishing his office with the (

Tampa trade body. eOUt1TRYREALE5TATCKtJANSEIIt
Most reformers carry their virtuesso

The Keyser-Mr 9don far that they make vices of them.
Company, the I )
largest exporters of lumber and tim- Just arrived car load

ber on the Gulf coast, have filed pa- NOTICEAll FORDS for immediate (PROVED AN r ifoTARY{ r
pers in volutary bankruptcy at Pen- persons having goods stored UNIMPROVE ORLANDO c!
I
sacola. The liabilities exceed $2,500- with the late Jacob Shanibarger, at )(ThLIC
000, assets about $1,500,000. Other 10 East Church street, Orlando, are delivery. FLORIDA. I I '
hereby notified to remove same before LJLJOffice
large lumber concer1s'are? involved. February 1st, or they will be sold for Get now. t'
storage.P. yours .
The mortality figures for 33 South-i M. SHANIBARGER, Adm'r., in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Joan Hotel
ern cities show Tampa to have been 1.14.1w Pine Castle, Fla. F. G. RUSH, '

the healthiest, the ratio being 13.9 to Phone 226 x/'
50,000 population. Charleston is The Confederate ball is given for

credited with the highest, 29.9 per the benefit of the veterans' home in

- .. cent. The average for the entire Jacksonville. Help a good cause and
; country is 15 per cent. have a good time all at once. The I Electrically

" opportunity comes rarely. Tuesday Equipped!
Dr. G. M. Howsley, convicted re- evening next at, the armory. \ .
cently in Hillsborough county of haying I
'
had unlawful relations with his NOTICE

sister-in-law, a girl of tender t
years I hereby give notice that after Jan 'r' !
and sentenced to ten years' term in I
I uary 9th I will not be responsible for
the State penitentiary, escaped from any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. I
the Murdock convict camp, near Pun-[I Helen Gwynne. \ 0
ta Gorda, 1-11-tf WYNDOM P. GWYNNE.
Tuesday, according to a -
telegram sent to Sheriff Spencer at NOTICE I \ //

Tampa. Every effort will be made to Two.Sixty Standard Model
recapture the fugitive. Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 The frciteit motorcycle .tlo
of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida. ever icbieved. 7 H.P. Twin
equipped with Electrio Head LUht Electric T.l! LJtfit.Electric Signal
Judge Warren ]t'. Notice is hereby given that J.'M. Sellers of ' iHUIIIIIIilllllllMIHMlTHE " " Two. Sets Storage Bitterns and Corbin-Browa Reir>Drive Speedometer. .
Foster, Who recently Orlando. Fla.. purchaser of tax certificate No. Price J260.00. See Catalog for detailed dmri:>t olI.
retired from the judgeship of 119. dated the 6th day of June. A. D. 1897.
has filed said certificate in my office and
court of general sessions, New York has made application for tax deed to issue ,
City is at Miami It was Judge Foster m accordance with law. Said certificate embraces MARKET ; MOTOCYCLES'FOR
the following described property sit
who presided over the trial of Hans uated in Orange county Florida to-wit: tV1UMW11 '
Schmidt, the confessed Northeast quarter of southeast quarter. Sec- t 1914
slayer of Anna ,
tion 24 Township 22 south Range 27 east.
Aumuller, and he told a Miami news- The said land being assessed at the date of Of Cleanliness Of Quality
the issuance of such certificate .in the name
paper man that sensational and revolting of J. T. Freeman. ...... 60,000 brand new red machines will go out over the Indian
as were the reports of the trial Unless said certificate shall be redeemed FRESH AND SALT MEATS trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production
according to law tax deed will issue thereonon
'; in the press, they did not begin to the 21st day of February. A. D. 1914. in the history of the industry. ..,

i compare with the stories of Schmidt's the Witness 20th day.my of'official January.signature A. D.and 1914.seal this FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Betterments
activities as told in court. I I (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON, ,I for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electri
.,' Clerk Citrcuit Court. Orange County Florida.I Kept under the best sanitary conditions. .Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which mi

completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
tlllimillimillllMHIIMMIIIIMMtfFOR Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh ,
All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with ele and pure. head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage 1
SALE teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedomet
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
You cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without
thorough study of the 19
in the Meat Line.The .
everything Indian Catalog. It makes plain host of compelling Indian facts that all motor
New Two-Story Modern I eyole-interestedmen can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
1 C&taIof-the most interesting volume of motorcycle. literature you're ever cad.

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

4 H.P. Single Service Model...........................$200.00
7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five, Regular Model.......... 225.00
: Lucerne Circle. 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model! ................ 260.00
H. M. Self & Co. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00
7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................ 275.00
PINE STREET II 7 H.P Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
Helen Wright Owner 7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00
Prices F.O.B. Factory
Phone No. 80

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The most in Taft welcome concerns news the now recently circulating [ELECTRIC l[ VACUUM CLEANED f

from projected a mere drainage"pipe enterprise dream" has, which evo- ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY

luted into a tangible reality, and prop .

erty owners are rejoicing. Work on
:
Orlando Florida.
the proposed drainage canals is to

begin to at open an early into date.East Tohopekaliga These canalsare :. Condition. at the close of business December 31, 19"13 Have your room or house ,

lake. Proper drainage is the one RESOURCES
cleaned without dust troubleof
and the thing, needed to or
thing only Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . 403080.10
render the soil of Taft and vicinityas
Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 furniture
fine in for trucking and moving .
quality Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . eo 26,018.33
general gardening purposes as any to Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . eo . . . . 200,946.57
be found in the state. Acidity of the
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
soil standing caused near by the water surface collecting during and wet The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced

$656,382.24
seasons will, with the completion of
the system, be permanently eliminated i LIABILITIES man.

and Taft will speedily becomea Capital Stock eo. . . . . . . . . . . . . :. $100,000.00

modern Eden of fertility and beau- Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86

ty; the pride of its promoters, and Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38 SEE THEM FOR TERMS

the envy of its competitors. Proofs I

Jf the richness and value of Taft $656,382.24

soil may be obtained by any pros

pector who cares to turn up for examination Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . 189971.68

almost a any few portion spadefuls of the of earthin town Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . 521167.38 T the PIERCE[ ELECTRICCOII T I L Inc.


limits. Even now, despite the lack Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The I
of effective drainage, the still "un-
civilized" lands of Taft foreshadow officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust CHURCH STREET11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111)tt

future possibilities; already producingan Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

abundant yield of the finest straw- friends, 'and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
berries, splendid celery, and sweet p<5-
w.._ tatoes of mammoth side. Irish pota the conservative, sane and* progressive methods employed in I11111I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I
this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
toes are also proving a success. A
look through the gardens of Mr. Bark- strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful -
statements to its
ley, near Taft depot, will serve to patrons. .

show conclusively what may be done M. M. SMITH, President
here in the of strawberry culti- M Sacrifice priceS
way a
W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, CashierHMMiMMMMMMMfMllllilMIIMMMMMMMMtMMiMMMMMMHMIIIH
vation, which, with this fruit retailingin
Orlando-nearest market town-at
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50 cents per quart, offers a bonanza IIIIIIIIIIIm'I"III"I: :::::: :"::::

f to those engaging therein. !
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Just now a prize crop of peas is '
being harvested by D. W., Sphaler,

while the stores display plentiful sup- Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just ;
plies of turnips, cabbage, summer .Fresh Oandies
squashes, green onions, lettuce, etc., one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved '
.
all in Taft. A few of, the
townspeople grown even boast ripe toma- Butter Scotch . .eo . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks eo . . . . 20c. lb. with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest !

Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . eo. . . . 30c. lb. locations in Orlando.

toes.Though not reckoned as especially Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . . .46c. Ib.Nought .

adapted to citrus fruits, some thrifty Menthal Drops . . . . . . . . 20c.. lb. . . . . eo . . . eo . . 40c. lb. .

young orange, kumquat and grape- Hoarhound Drops . . . . : ... 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels. . . . 40c. lb. The Price is Right

fruit trees are noted. Grape vines Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . 20c. lb.Chocolate Almonds
recently planted have made a rapid Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows

growth, and fig trees already show Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams


that their By is way green sure of fruit.preparation to follow the for systemaic the boom :- and Chocolate many other Caramels good and fresh candies., Salted Chocolate Pistachios Filberts, Almonds and Peanut OI1RIIUO R Real l H Estate l Co.Phone

drainage of Taft, its residents should : Ice Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any f ll 1

get a move on and show what' they : quantity. Special attention paid. to parties. Should be pleased to show any one .

can do toward draining, improving, through'our, factory.

and building up the town; beginningwith HOT DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH 504 Watkins Block
their own gardens and door :

yards, walks and street fronts. Pick DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents. .

up the empty cans, bottles, loose pa- : Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc. .'.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111".1

per, and rubbish of every sort. Bum -- Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . lOc. __ ___"

the dry grass, and clean the streets Beef Bouillon . eo . . . . . . . eo lOc. HtMitMIIHillllMI ,
Hot Lemonade . . lOc. ,,,I$01-I
and railway front. Rake up the dirt, : Hot Egg Malted Milk . . .'-. . eo loc. 111444444The

and drown the fleas accumulated : Hot Pineapple eo. . . . . eo . eo. lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . eo . eo. 15c.
around public ,buildings. And say, AltamonteALTAMONTE
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would it be too much to ask the "city : Oandy Cc
ayer
dads" to give us a few street lights? : ., SPRINGS FLORIDA.
Between the depot and Hotel Taft I ,
134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
three at least would prove useful as beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando(or A. C.L.

well as ornamental when nights are ;r.I.I. I " *iiiiiiiiiiiiii..*. TTtf'TTTtftllltttlillllllliiiiiiiuHIHIItllllltt R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served in interior -

dark and trains late. Lanterns fed Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

with kerosene and Suspended from 'i t ia >II i >>"aiiiTiaI>a"1t > IOI 0 SIIOI I I It I$|i I I o 0. llllllllll most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
telephone poles might serve better r) high ridge between two lovely l lakes,'40 acres in parks.

p than a half column ad. in enlightening Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen
both the inner and outer visionof Improve-
ments. Orange and grapefruit free
grove to
newly arrived home seekers con- guests.
Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
cerning the extent and importance of

Taft. Dumped off at our somewhat ..
isolated depot in the murk of star- I i.' MONTGOMERY GEO.
1 E. BATES & SON ProprietorsSummer
less night, it is now difficult for the ,

average stranger to tell just wherehe ( Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
'
is at.Having. AT MMIMM"H"
been duly fertilized and cultivated \ "MMMIMii*


wouldn't planned for it be several,"happyfying"-as and promised-to seasons originally past see-, : COOK UCOMPANY T : WE MAKE IT OUR BUSINESS .


our park gardens made the beauty
spot and pride of the town? To supply particular Stationery, Office

Municipal improvement, like char- Supplies and Blank Books for particular
ity, should begin at home; but should peo-

end only when it has broadened suffi- I make ple.
like
can car
your
ciently to take in the whole place.

Mrs. Martha McGruder Wahl, sister We try to please even the most fastidious -
new. See me quick if
of Attorney McGruder, Fort Clin- you
: and will welcome
ton, Ohio, was recently entertained at enquiries about the
"Canary Cottage" as guest of Mrs. want your car painted.MMIMIMilHIHIMIMIiUlimiMMillMIMIiiiMllltl I
: special goods have not been
Wm. Bertsch. Mrs. Wahl is spendingthe ... you able to pro-

winter at Orlando. ;. . ,". :: cure elsewhere.Our .
', <
Rev. Ash, M. E. church, deliveredan -' fi' I

interesting sermon Sunday morn- staple line comprises enough to fill

ing at the parsonage chapel, topic,, :
all demands.
"The Good Samaritan." I ordinary
t
Wild turkeys, several dear, and oth- : Our will
prices bring future orders.
er game were recently taken within
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four miles of Taft. Still we have an
W. S. BRANCH
occasional glimpse of civilization, as .. ,
noted on Sunday morning last, whenan I Take your repairing to Warman on Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres Clean sweep sale Overcoats, Suits,
Italian organ grinder and monkeypanion Court street. 12-5-tf in grove, four hundred bearing trees, Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown The Arcade Book and Music Store
and two hundred budded
young grapefruit & Lartigue. 1-6-6
showed up. eight hundred boxes of fruit
Rollers" holdings Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor now on trees. Price $3,200.
"Holy are If you want to sell anything, remember -
s Taft school house. ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Eighty acres, twenty-five acres W. T. ENTRICAN, the Sentinel want columns. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi cleared and fenced, house and out Painter and interior decorator. New
sons of Mr. Tice, of New Jer- Price Everybody reads it. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
'buildings. $1,500.
ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636.
nole, Osceola and counties
ire visitors at their father's cot- Volusia by I Twenty acres on lake front, well Expert workmen employed. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
auto over hard surfaced roads, most located, three hundred bearing orange 12-2Mm
convenient for all planters and most trees. Price $2,200.
Miss Lydia J. Ryall made a business 4111111111111111111111111.
Twenty acres good fruit land on
reliable
in Florida. Ocklawaha Nurseries

trip to Orlando, where she is lake front, two acres bearing orange Job printing at the SentinelAutomobile j(WM. HARPER
Tangerine, Fla. for
working up her recently publishedbook Write catalog grove, good six room house. Price DRS'lJOSEPHINE Ny
"Sketches and Stories of the $1,000. ( HARPER r
Lake Erie Islands." Twenty-five acres bearing orange ; tMIIIIMHMIHIIIMIM'i OSTEOPATHSOldettiCttablJthed
I grove located on lake front within the
Christian Scientists are holding FOR SALE city limits. Ideal location for subdi i For Hire Practice In L H. RAMSDELL .
weekly meetings in Taft I vision. Price $10,500.J. ; Orlando r
Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake E. CRAWFORDOffice 1 New Five Passenger ; 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stalr OPTOMETRIST \
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likias
over Blue Drug Store Confutation and Examination )
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em ten acres of garden land, one hundred '
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117 S. Orange Avenue PHONE 419HIIIIMIIIillllimilM FreeillHIIIIHIIHMIMIMI
bearing small
on Court street 12-5-tf orange trees ORLANDO, FLORIDA.p .
house and barn. Price $2,500. Phone 404 .

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ACCOUNT OF COLD in Fine
Big Bargain
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South Florida Sentinel ( W. S. Branch) A. Y. FULLER( R. L FOX

MORNING AND WEEKLY i We have never been able to see With the heart of the citrus belt in Residence PropertyNew

JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. much sense or nonsense in the "Silk the grip of the coldest weather of the THE PALMS AUTO COREO

f Entered at the poatoffice at Orlando Hor- Hat Harry" cartoons in the Times- season, and outlying districts also ten room residence in
ids at Second Class MaO Matter. Union, and suggest to the Tampa reporting heavy fall in the temperature high class neighborhood near

r TO ADVERTISERS: Tribune that they use them to luci- the ranchers and growers of MOTOR CARS Lake Lucerne. Finely finished

those thunder- southern California late last night in
Copy for display and all ether hand-set date Browningesque and modern every respect.Lot .
adfertUinj- mast be handed In at the business ings of C. H. B. Floyd. were fearful lest crops be damaged For long life and low cost of. upkeep. We also carry a 240 feet front and 210 feet
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
the day before publication. This rale applies severely. Shortly after dark the mer- : full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force deep. Room for three additional

inrsrisble U chanfes and for will contract be strictly advertising adhered; to.it is The Short Talks/ editor of the cury began to fall and as it dropped : houses. Garage. Six large bear-

Times-Union says the governmenthas steadily throughout the night the of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely ing pecans, eight full bearing

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: owned a lot on which to build a country became ablaze with smudge : orange, two grapefruit, five full
One Year ... ........... .... ...$5.00 in Orlando for twelve endeavor to : guaranteed.
postoffice years. pots in a desperate bearing loquats, and scupper-
Six Months ._.........__.__._. 2.50 Not .
quite so long as that. It is only thwart damage.The nong grapes. Owner must sell.
Three Months _........... ..-... 1.25
three or four years since it was pur- lowest temperature reported Price for a few days, $7,000.

In Advance. chased, but the prospects are that itwill i from the citrus belt was at Riallo, Any kind of reasonable terms.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1914. be ten or twelve years from the i where the thermometer registered 28 THE PALMS AUTO CO

time it was purchased before the:,degrees not long after midnight.

No kick coming on this weather, building is erected. In the meantime'' Highland, another productive town, FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. : Cooper > Atha

eh? the Civic League ladies are convert- reported the next lowest, 32, while

o ing the lot into a pretty tropical park Bloomington was freezing at 33, Col- .. .111.1111111111..1..0..1 Exclusive Agents

Boost for the fair; it will soon be while the postmaster and his assist- ton reported 34, San Bernardino 35, e !

upon us.Senator. ants are endeavoring to serve the Riverside 38 and Redlands 40. IIIMHIMMMM I 114 SOUTH ORANGE AYE.

a public with its daily mail in a room It was stated from all points that :h

Fletcher's punishment is that is about half large enough and only the most favorable conditions in Orlando, Florida

indeed heavy; he is being held respon- which makes anything like promptand the early hours of the morning could :

sible for the Times-Union's sayings.The efficient service an utter impos- possibly prevent heavy damage from : : 1253m.ttllHMIMHMHIiilMM.

o sibility. the frost that would inevitably come : otice to Auto Oner

city commissioners will receive from the drop in the mercury.I

the hearty approval of every one in "I( looks just like New York," is Early in the evening rain was pre- ;

their efforts to improve the conditionof what a young lady was heard to remark dicted for today and this forecast was : i

the streets. about the YowellDuckworthshow considered with joy by the ranchers : R. L. HOLLANDwill +
Aulo ml
o windows as she was passing I as it would dispel any chance of frost, : Supree

Register today, and save the final them Sunday afternoon. And when but the decrease in the temperatureand I recover old Auto or Buggy
rush. There is either going to be a you come to think about it Mr. Duck- any symptom of a downpour disI I your

rush during the last few days or else worth looks somewhat like John Wan- appeared.Los Tops Make your Back and Cushion The oil that has
x there will be few voters to take part namaker and Mr. Yowell bears some Angeles will have tourist

in the June primary-that's certain. resemblance to the late Marshall i I weather for several days to come, at Slip Covers and Auto Top, dust stood the su-

o Field. least, according to Ford A. Carpenter -
It begins to look as if all the prom- * forecaster of the local United covers. New top or cushion work for preme test

inent people in New York who have Ladies and housekeepers in all sec- States weather bureau.-Los Angeles

been guilty participation in graft- tions of the town are complaining of Tribune, 13th. carriages and buggies at reasonable --- THAT -

ing transactions of one kind or an- the regular visits of tramps and beg-

i t other have escaped only by the skin gars who come to the kitchen doors PEEL GRAPEFRUIT GROVE SOLD prices. All work and material guar-

of their teeth.Secretary for hand-outs and charities. Mightset FOR $6,500Cooper TrimmerAT GOOD Gulf Gasoline
anteed T. M.
t v them to tamping down the sandon by Coppedge,

Bryan doesn't have much North Orange avenue so the mo- & Atha have closed a deal

trouble in talking money out of his torcycles would not have to use the for the R. T. Peel grapefruit grove, .

Chautauqua audiences, but he's up paved sidewalks, thereby driving pedestrians the price paid being $6,500. The -

against a different proposition when into the street or forcing grove was only four years old, ten

Ee attempts to collect that hundred them to take to the tall timber. We in the tract. Mr. Peel plantedthe e
acres i P. G. WALTON Agt.
} thousand from Huerta.No heard a tourist lady on Sunday remarking grove four years ago for Mr. S. G. R1 l. HOLND l CARRIAGE[ SHOP r : ,

o that it was the first city she Walker, and bought it eighteen .

chance for the newspaper man had ever visited where motorcyclesand months ago from the .S. G. Walker .. PHONES 450-269

to become a statesman; the committee bicycles had carte blanche on the estate. The grove is considered one .

voted adversely on seating Editor i paved sidewalks, over ladies and gen- of the best young groves in this sec MlilttMMt MMillllllHlltlllllllMAre
: Frank Glass of the Birmingham Newsto tlemen who were out for a promenade.Big tion.

succeed Senator Johnston of Ala- husky colored men delivering)

bama-not because he was an editor, meats and groceries on their wheels'
LOSES LIBEL SUIT ,
however. / have devilish whistles which they

a blow as a warning to feeble ladies
Washington, Jan. 19.-The Com-
Dr. Tissier, a French scientist, and children that they must vacate or
mercial-Appeal Publishing company,
claims that an injection of platinum get run over. ,
a Tennessee corporation, today won .
solution twice a week will reduce fat. *
the libel suit for $20,000 brought
Diamonds set in platinum are favored. Harry Thaw says he will live in '
against it by J. W. Kain of Missis- ; .. .
{ Perhaps the fat girl with a platinum New Hampshire. Perhaps the peopleof sippi. hair sued in Mississsippi for
lining would be more popular. the state would prefer that his
an alleged libel published in the Com-
o gratitude took another form.-Times- .
mercial-Appeal. The suit was removed -
John Skelton Williams has been Union. '
from the state to the federal
confirmed of the And Mr. Jerome and Evelyn will
as comptroller cur- '
there dismissed because the .
court, and
rency, a thing which many doubted be perfectly safe unless they should' Gifts
company had no agent to be servedin Jewelry watts AppreciatedWe
,would take place. Those who are acquainted wish to make a visit in New Hamp-
Mississippi. Kain appealed to the \
with his acquirements and shire or Harry should conclude to .
court on the ground that I
supreme
work believe the president did well in purchase one of those long distance could
after the removal the company -
appointing him. guns that will carry several hundred
not question the service.
miles.
? -o None of the important railroad rate
!' Mr. Alfred Noyes, the English seeThe cases were decided today by the supreme :complete stock and, can
poet, visiting in the United States. Panama exposition is no longeran i

_ He is the big noise among the verse event of the distant future. "Next court. .. suit aintastes.IComeIin: and look us over.LHIvans .

makers of his country. He likes his year" describes the time from this on.
MR. GUS CULP
American cousins and says this government There is no doubt that it will be the DEATH OF

has a wonderful opportunityto biggest ever, and it is none too earlyto ..
lead in the peace movement.The start a savings account if that is Mr. E. H. Gore received a telegram ; '
yesterday from Mrs. Gus Culp, of I r,
o the way you are going to get the nec-
I
Hanover, Pa., saying that her husband .
inquiry into Judge EmorySpeer's essary funds for the trip. .
died Thursday of last week. Mr. .
'
official conduct has begun, II -
and Mrs. Culp came to Orlando at the
and will probably be a long drawn out GOES TO DEATH IN ELECTRIC ......
beginning of the season, having purIchased
affair. There are some ugly charges CHAIR WITH SMILE ON LIPS valuable ?" on Margaret .
against the judge, and it is hoped property I
street some three years ago. Mr.
that he will be vindicated; not only .
Ossining, N. Y., Jan. 19.-Frank I Culp's health was such, however, as
for his own honor but for the sake of
Muehlfeld, alias "The Kid," went to cause them to return to,their home I
the cherished ideals of an upright ju-
smilingly to his death in the electric about six weeks ago.
diciary. JewelerOPPOSITE
u chair at Sing Sing prison today. He the
S was the second man to be executedfor
If all the counties should have as Idle printers are as scarce as hen'steeth ,
the murder of Patrick Burns in
much trouble with their registrationas in this part of the country. We
.
Orange the new law will have visited New York city two years ago. "BigBill" need the help of a couple in this of- POSTOFFICE
Lingley, Muehlfeld's pal, was
much tribulation upon the state fice, but have been unable to secure
electrocuted on May 5. Both Lingleyand
The resignation of Supervisor W. L. them.
Muehlfeld left statements absolving EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
Dolive is a source of keen regret. He I
Ralph Furcolo of connectionwith
has filled the office with efficiencyand any
the crime. Furcolo is serving a Re-engagements are a mark of ap
and it will be hard to
fidelity, Jan-
twenty-year sentence. preciation. Maud Powell again,
find a successor who will do the workso
Burns was robbed and shot down in uary 28. Auspices Methodist Baraca

.. well. ,his saloon on February 11, 1912. class. 115.11t

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A big fire on the waterfront in -u Removal Sale
Jacksonville Saturday destroyed near-I Big :

ly a quarter of a million dollars worthof
docks for the Coast Line, the New Studebakers are HereFour STILL OH

amount including lumber for various

lumber forwarding agents. Now the Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar '

Jacksonville newspapers are agitat- $1,115.'Four Specials for Monday and Tuesday
ing for a fire boat-a thing that has _
Landau-Roadster $1,265.
been agitated from time to time in Cylinder .

Jacksonville years every time for the there last was score a water of $1,640.Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, 200 Corsets Values up to Silk Ratine 65 Cents to

front fire. The time for action has
'
certainly arrived. Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All / $2.50 all for $1.00 Values

0 Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and

Miss Katherine B. Davis, the com- starter-.-and every up-to-day equipment. Come

missioner of correction under Mayor around and see them. 49c Each 471-2c yd.

Mitchel of New York, has demonstrated -

that a woman can be sensible

.1 and firm, if not obdurate, in such a San Juan Garage Co.
Come early to
position. She recently ordered that These are real bargains. get yoursMARION

William J. Cummins, formerly a director -

of the Carnegie Trust company, AH Night Service'AJAX

tried and convicted for grand larceny, E. vES:

I be given no special favors, and that

r he receive the same treatment accorded TIRES guaranteed; SOOO miles. Five

other prisoners. Cummins per cent off for cash. S. Orange Avenue, Orlando

had been given a room at the war-

den's home instead of a cell.





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THE PEOPLE OF ORLANDO: ;
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sweetheart a box of Butt's Chocolates or Caramels she : Our entire: third floor is now :.1
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will always greet you with a welcoming smile. Take' one MADE CIGAR : devoted to High-Class: Furniture,

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\ Mr. ,RUSH ,AT THE REGISTRATION GDG Take the elevator to the third floor.Orlando's .
and Mrs. B. B. Kay, of Colum- :
OFFICE-THREE REGISTER! I ri voiiiI AiREl I a
bus
WADE Ga., are visitors to Orlando to-

THE TUNER ., day.Mr. There was a rush at the registration | B. E MILLER, Manager gI i

J1 ORLANDO, FLA. Carlton. and, of Mrs.Waterville Noyes ,and Maine little, son are, Robert office Howe yesterday had his, and hands Assistant full-: I Matinee 2 P. M. Night 6:30 | : !

stopping, while in Orlando, at Rev. T Yoe11-Pucoi'tli\ Ca ;
'and Mrs. E. A. Potts' home on East three men registered. Before night I ADMISSION 5 CENTS at" ,:
the grand total was 186. There are allDCDallDCDallDCDallDCDallDC : .
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Confederate tall at the armory Jackson street ,
yet about a thousand voters to regis- .
Tuesday evening, January 20. Capt and Mrs. S. M. McIntyre, ter from the two Orlando precincts.This "John Today's the Piper"Program(Bison) I:: Largest Store
Mr. H. S. Hendricks, of Toledo, who are at their winter home in Alta- is the beginning of the third 2 reels. I'

Ohio, is among Orlando's visitors to- monte, from New Hartford, Conn., week of the registration.TO "0 U Scotch Lassie" I "Quality Did It" l '
were in Orlando yesterday greeting

day.Mr.. and Mrs. S. Waters Howe spent their many friends. THE PUBLIC: "Starving Comedy.for Love" !

Sunday and Monday with friends in Maud Powell, violinist, Lucerne Comedy, with Pearl White. Leave your measure for that spring

Tampa. theater, January 28. Auspices l\Ietho-1 The Board of County Commissioners suit, while the Globe Tailoring Co's man :

Miss Emily Miller, of Johnson City, dist Baraca class. Reservations be- has appointed a license inspector, is here Jan. 20th the last day.MiMMIHIIMtllHtllltitMMMittltllilllttll.
Tenn., arrived Sunday to visit Miss gin January 23. One dollar. 1-15-llt who will notfiy various people to take Keep Saturday night free for the :, ,
Sarah Slemons. Mrs. Allan Cohoon and son, Master out licenses and to post them in their entertainment brought here by the) i
\ of business. He will also noti- ladies of the Methodist church. Itj r
Allan-Jr. places
Mr. W. W. Sturney, of Anniston, and sister, Mrs. K. R. Gor-
various people to take out automo- will suit everybody. The lovers of!
the late arrivals at don, returned Sunday afternoon from fy tlllllllllll.IIIIII'.II.III.II..IIII..I"ill'Money
Ala., is
among
music will be charmed with Helen
Hubbard Springs, Va., where they had bile licenses or to attach the license i I
the San Juan. been called on account of the illness number to their car in a conspicuous Reed Alexander, who is a vocalist of I:

The Confederate ball Tuesday even- and death of their father, Rev. Mr. place, and any one who fails to com- ability, her pure soprano voice blend : to Loan
ing, January 20th-that's next Tues- Burkhard.Mr. ply with these requirements of the ing beautifully with her harp; while '
day law on being notified by the license everybody loves Jeanette Broomell. :
A. C.
Symmes, and
Miss Kittie Vanderpool, of Mait- secretary inspector will be by him reported to This is the seventh time she has been :
treasurer of the McKoy Land
land, spent the week-end, with friendsin com- me. Any one who is so reported will in Orlando, so she is regarded as a :
pany, passed through Orlando last Loans in of$500 to $3000on
beloved friend I sums
the'city.. be prosecuted without further notice. well known and well ,
night on hie bric'd tour from New :
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McCarroll, of All automobiles in the state for fif- apart from her rare talent as a
Orleans to points in the southern riad-I IMPROVED INSIDE property for .:
Jacksonville, are spending today in teen days are subject to the tax Ifc et and impersonator. : ,
part of the state. He and his bride, ,

Orlando. will return here Thursday and spend cense. automobile is also requiredto I: a term of FIVE years. Principal .
Mrs. Gray V. Dickinson arrived yes- several days. Every The Confederate ball at the armory !
and will remain have a state number and it is un- will be of': and interest in
evening one
terday from Chicago, The Press devil, who by the way, is next Tuesday payable monthly
this number to
transfer
lawful to an-
social affairs of the
here until spring.Mr. the most pleasant :
getting big enough to notice
things,
F other Prosecutions to be promptly -
and Mrs. Zack, of Cleveland, wants to know why a woman will begun car. for reported violations of entire season. Everybody is invited.,: instalments..MltMlllllflMMMMMtlllMMMMMIMMtMIIIHMU.

Ohio, are with Mrs. E. A. Potts, on have a slit about two feet high in a Automobiles from other Admission one dollar. I a',
Jackson street, for a while. skirt and then have the durn this law. I, -
thing sAT. -S:
states having their license numberof I i: s. :
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Shields, of Cin- buttoned up. He affirms he can see the other state are not required to. Of course all the music lovers will .
cinnati, Ohio, are among the late arrivals nothing-that is, of any benefitinsuch have the state license number, but.be at the concert on Wednesday, the
at the San Juan. a procedure.-Fort Myers Press. '128th; but why not everybody? Youcan't I. 'II"II'III'I'I"IIII"'I'lllllllllllllllllllllllt'. __ _. .. _ _ _
to the revenue the
they are required pay II' afford to miss inspiration
Mr. Geo. Nash, one of Orlando's Mr. T. J. Arter, of Youngstown,i license and have the county license perhaps you have been waiting for all .
prominent winter( residents, left yes- Ohio; Mr. J. T. Arter, Mr. Sherman number attached.L . I your life, nor the music that will lift

terday for Sarasota to spend a week. Arter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Arter and G. STARBUCK, i iJ you -out to look of yourself.at any one It is who somethingjust from a'' Free Demonstration

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, daughter, from Cleveland, arrived J County Solicitor. child has one aim, and followed it out
electric drier. Gem Barber yesterday to celebrate the birthdayof to the top-notch of success. How" {

shampoo Shop.Mrs. Chas., F. Granniss and daughter 1-2-tf- who their is stopping mother, Mrs.at the Theodore Wyoming.Arter A, SPECIAL TO WOODMENThere many do it? 1-20-tf! Sufislitile Crackers r r au n Cakes 3t t

big birthday dinner will bo enjoyed LUTHER THE FLORISTCut .
' Miss Dorothy, and son, Master will be an important meet-
Donald, left yesterday for Waterbury,I at the Wyoming today for the coming ing of the W. 0. W. Wednesday night, Flowers I
together of a happy
family.
Conn.Mr.. : January 21st, at which every member
J.: Greeville Haslam, a clever Among famous paintings to be is requested- to be present, as very ROSES, VIOLETS, I Saturday, January 24th.The Public
shown at the "Living Pictures" will business must be attendedto
important
New Orleans
commercial salesman of PANSIES
CARNATIONS ,
is in Orlando today, a guest of the be the Madonna of the Chair, A Sum at this time. Cordially InvitedMr.
San Juan. mer Evening and Psyche at Nature's 1-20-lt T. B. PHILLIPS, Clerk. POTTED PLANTS
Mirror. There will also be character .Webb traveling representative of the Loose.
,
Mr. L. A. McVey, of Charleroi, Pa.,
one of Orlando's winter residents, left don't songs forget in costume about by the Mr.fifteen Carr,viva-and Mr. John Ramke, Orlando's popular Wiles Co., will have charge of the demonstration

yesterday for a short visit to St. Pe- soda water manufacturer, will leave COAL CHARCOAL resident of Orlando and
desires
cious girls i in Persian costumes, who tomorrow for Atlanta, where he will' and to meet every
tersburg.Mr. will execute some of the new dances. the of the Gate City fora vicinity.
H. C. Clark, of Tampa, better 1-20-lt enjoy sights WOODi z
few days. The bottlers of cocoa-
known by his many friends as Mr. J. C. Bentley and son, Mr. L cola who averaged over a certain i

"Shorty the San," is Juan.in Orlando. today, a guestof G. Bentley, who have been visitingMr. mark were awarded a free trip to At- Veneer Seasoned Cores Heart Pine I i THE SANITARY GROCERY I
and Mrs. 0. S. Robinson
left
yes- lanta, and Mr. Ramke was one of the Oak Wood
Mrs. M. Cloudman and three chil- terday for their home in Richmond,
lucky.dealers.) All sizes and lengths CARUTHERS & GORE
dren arrived yesterday from Elgin, Va. They carried back to the Old

': Ill,.and will spend the balance of the Dominion State a souvenir of Orlando Rev. Dr. J. F. McKinnon preachedat Orlando ,V ood Yard 6 & .
in this section. I Phone 200. 8 E. Pine Street f
season in the shape of a cluster of genuine Apopka Sunday morning and at

Mr.. Frank Myers, the clever representative I orange blossoms gathered from ,the Presbyterian church Sunday even-! B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
of the Stearns-Overland one of the trees on Mr. Robinson's ing. Rev. Dr. John W.. Stagg is absent Phone 344 104 W. Pine St
company, left yesterday on a business place. I in Alabama, and ,Rev. C. 0.1 Turpentine Chips Fence Posts CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

trip to Tampa and St. Petersburg.Eat Among the tourists registering yesterday Groves, of Memphis, former pastor of ...111.111.11111111111111.1'1111111111.111.1.,11.+M
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what want. at the Orland hotel were: Mr. the Orlando church, preached in the
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Eat all you want. and Mrs. S. W. Brunt, of Sigourney, morning to a large congregation. He . .
Take a postscript and forget it. Iowa; Mr.. and Mrs. Chas. Hess, and expected to fill the pulpit in the even.!

;. '. For sale. by all durggists.l-T-d&w-lyr Mr. and Mrs. Burch, of Coldwater, ing, but was taken suddenly ill. Dr.I EEh.I.tOv.A.L s. .LE .
Ohio; Jessie Olive, of Mt. Perry, McKinnon preached to a crowded aud-
Every to voter sign in the the new county registrationbooks is required Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Taylor, Mas- itorium on the "Silent Influence of Commencing Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,
ters Robert and Frank Taylor, and Character." for CASH.
Wool Underwear at cut prices
before he can vote in the pri-:
Capt. J. Y. Chessrown, of Pittsburg,
this spring. The books are ,
mary Pa.; E. C. Burnett, of Monata, Va.; K. Overcoats
$25.00 $17.50
u 'f open. Henderson. of Boston; H. J. Steinmanand I OSTEOPATHY $3o.oo Suits $20.50 Overcoats
enerai admission 75 cents. Maud wife and,T. J. Steinman, Jr.- of I 25.00 Suits 17.50 20.00 14.75

Po' ell, violin recital, Lucerne theater, Milwaukee, Wis. I DR. J. C .HOWELL 22.50 Suits 15.75 18.00 Overcoats 13.50
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J 1 1 28. Reserved seats one dol115llt- Eat what you want. I Hours, 10-12, 35, and by appointmentNo 20.00 Suits 14.75 16.50 Overcoats 12.00
1al Eat all you want. extra charge for house treatment
if n't miss the Confederate ball Take postscript and forget it. Telephone connections S\VEATERS HATS
For sale .by all druggists. .
esday Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes.Fresh .
T night.
. l-7-d&w.lyr $3.00 Sweaters $2.252.C.O $5.00 Hats $3.50

r Sweaters 1.7) 4.00 Hats 2.75 ;

2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 Hats 2.25 t.

--.. i.CO Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75 .

Seed Remember we only handle the celebratedHart.Schaffner & Marx line ol Clothes. Is

All Men's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale.
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I OWN 371 LOTS IN THE CITY LIMITS AND,FOR 10 DAYS WILL GIVE 25 PER CENT. OFF OF PRESENT PRICE, CASH OR TERMS., I HAVE 20 LOTS ON EAST AMEL VENUE AT

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

MONEY REFUNDED. 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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FOR SALE-Good, sound, gentle bay EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply MINIUM MMIMMMIIMMMMMMMMM
horse. Good worker and driver. ; and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson Orland hotel 1-6-tf
[ IS ITWORUJ IT? Cheap. Address C. W. Tharp, Win- avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf YOUNG LADY desires
position; gen-
ter Park, FliL, Box 90. 1-14-lw .I '
ROOM FOR RENT, in private home; eral office work; references. Ad-
f FOR SALE-Three new bungalows; all conveniences. 311 N. Orange dress "M," Sentinel office. 1-13-lw

r.f 40 acre tract. Fine land directly modern conveniences; good location; Ave. 1-18-tf WANTED-Practical nursing by a
V. easy payments; deferred paymentsfive .
LARGE COMFORTABLE ROOMS, middle aged woman;maternity cases;
on lake. Easily worth double if cut per cent interest; no agents. Address
furnished for light housekeeping. best references. Address "Nurse," Latest Patterns
in writing, Drawer 328. 1-17-tf and Colors in
up in 10 acre tractsOnly Apply 315 W. Central Ave. 1-16-lw care Sentinel. 1-17-lt
FOR SALE OR i\ENT-With stock
FOR RENT-House, furnished complete WANTED-Late model used automo- and PercalesSee
and tools, best farm in county; va- Ginghams
$800WANTED riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- for one or two couples; all bile, roadster or touring car, for
to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- linen furnished; clean and new; desir- cash. Wm. R. Cunnigham, care Wil- the new line ol
lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf able location. Phone 515. lola hotel, Orange avenue. 1-14-tf

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FOR RENT-Furnished large room, FOUND-A lady's gold watch. Owner Ladies' Muslin UnderwearMcCULLOCH'S
FOR SALE in modern home; bath, hot and cold can have same by calling at this
Five-room bungalow; three spacious water; telephone; dose in. 312 North office and paying for this notice.
piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod I Main street. 1-16-lw l-18-6t
t ern improvements. 506 Lexington St
1-15-lm I I FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with LOST-On the streets of Orlando, ,
modern conveniences; close in; elec- stick pin, horseshoe shape, staff
Have Client for good orange grove. FOR SALE-At a bargain, twenty- I tric lights; no boarding house. 7 W. cross. Leave at this office and receive -
acre grove; five hundred grapefruittrees Robinson Ave., city. l-17-3t reward. l-16-6t DEPARTMENT
STORE
f Price no objection if it has real value fifty tangerine trees, and 750
orange trees. Grove should pay for FOR RENT-Large, well furnished WANTED-By young business woman -
attached to it. .For particulars itself in two years. Address P. 0. I room to persons wishing suburban few hours stenographic work 128 S.
Box 105, Orlando, Fla. accommodations; also 2 acres good daily, or full time if preferred; machine Orange Ave. 4
12-18-d&w-tf truck land, close in. Good opportu- dictation or notes; own type r
t nity for right person. Address "A," writer. Address Miss W., 307 East
FOR SALE Sentinel 9-8tf Pine St. l-18-3t I
v A new two-story -house, contains I
I 6 rooms and.bath, all newly decorated.All .J
doors and windows screened. All MMMMMMMMMHIMMMMIMMMMMMMMIMMfSEE t

electric fixtures installed. Corner lot, IMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM, ..
fine location. Best value in re-;iden-
f tial property in Orlando. Fred B.


Hand Bldg., Church St. Dale 1-16-6t, QUICK owner, 312 SALE Anderson BARGAIN street : i T [ [ T[ rm [ r/i/[ T MARKETT f :


The man who sleeps with his'gloves

on to make his hands soft may take Ten-acre home half mile from city DAETWYLERBUNGALOWS
21 East Pine Street
his hat off. limits. 220 orange and grapefruittrees.
Five-room house, good condition -
; barn; buggy, wagons, plows, ORLANDO FLORIDA'JUST
r New York, having strenuously opposed chicken and pigeon houses; irrigating ,

c the new currency system to plant, $175 5-horse power Eldridge ,

; the last gasp, is now trying to hog engine, pump. Near lake. Fine citrus
and land.
trucking Owner leaving
t: over half of it city. Price $3,300. Terms. Address i MMMMMMIMMMMMIIMMMMMMMIMMMH II II OPENED

f Owner, P. 0. Box 745, Orlando, Fla.
l-20-3t I, Everything new and complete. As sani-
Nothing delights a henpecked man
furnished I LOST-Pocket book containing $53
FOR RENT-Four-room
so much as to hear the recital of the FOR SALE cottage, one block off Orange ave!I and some valuable papers. Returnto tary as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest

woes of another henpecked man in An artistic and beautiful home; nue, Concord Park. $15.00 per month. Wm. Slyck, Formosa, Fla., and get Meats of all kinds.
court Ii modern and complete in every partic- Inquire 706 W. Amelia avenue. reward. l-14-3t
I ular. Seven large rooms and bath; l-17-3t
a immense closets. Screened sleepingand AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, Fish and Oy in Season
1; Boston attorneys for Charles P. rear porches; ten-foot veranda FOR RENT-New nicely furnished subsoiling, tree planting, stump
Webber say that "$13,000 is too much across entire front. A few bearing double front room, suitable for blowing, orchard renovating; land &
I of four friends also small cleared ready for the Dynamiteand Courteous attention; prompt service and
to for hug which he didn't get"; trees, flowers and shrubbery. New party ; plow.
pay a : and near in, fine location. I room; modern in all respects. 114 E. supplies. Estimates cheerfully prices right. Give trial. t
Wonder how much they would be will- Any one desiring an ideal home, Jackson St. 1-18-31 furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St, me a
ing to pay for one he did get? address Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lra
OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. FOR RENT-Two-story house, com-
1-2-tf pletely furnished. Ready for occu- YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
j Those who advocate.the use of the pancy January 25th. Apply to FredB. ring 448 for the Arcade Press- J. A. COX, ProprietorPHONE
P Bible in the public schools certainly I HAVE FOR SALE Dale, 306 Anderson street. ing Club. The boy will call. Club

have more commendable zeal than House, 406 East Pine street; six l-14-6t rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe- 105 :

4 those who adyocate lectures on sex rooms and bath; lot 60x120, with APARTMENTS FOR RENT-Two, cialty. 1-10-lm

problems for the children.PEOPLE'S orange trees. One block from Lake four and six rooms each; first, sec- WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
Eola. A desirable residence.
ond and .third floors. Taylor'sApartments
Apply
ings and cut hair to 305 Garland
Block of 4 lots on Mark street, cor- 1008 Hughey street, Or- street We will make them as desired 4itIIIIDIIIIIIIII lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltReal
ner of Magnolia avenue; 142x245; lando Heights. Cheapest in town. purchase for cash.
WANTS or same
grapefruit and trees. One of
orange i
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i the finest building sites in city. Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm Estate Agents, Investors and Homeseekers

Two lots on Lake Leora, 70x128 FOR RENT-Furnished three room
LOST-Gold cuff link with initial
,
each, facing east and flat for all ATTENTION !
MUNNIMAKERS ; orange grape- light housekeeping; con- "B," somewhere on the Orlando
fruit trees. veniences central rent In-
; ; cheap.
streets If found, leave at the '
t Notices of Lost. Wanted For Sale. For. Grove of 12 acres on Colonial Drive, quire 23 E. Pine street, or phone 571. Monday. I offer for $1,800 two-story, six-room cottage ith
Sentinel office, and receive reward of
Rent etc. for this column. 25c for one day
60c for three days or $1.00 for one week for I just within eastern city limits; over 1-11-lw $1.00. 1-1-tf rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north. t 11 !
25 words or less. Money must accompanythe i 900 trees, orange, grapefruit and tan- *
advertisements fer this corn as no I gerines. Crop last season 3,400 boxes. FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in Close it, near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
insertions will be made on credit I Fenced and irrigated. new modern home; every -convenience WANTED season,TO by RENT family of for three remainderof small six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special

z Further information upon application. ; kitchenette if desired; reason- furnished house in good neighborhood. heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
FOR SALE able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door House must be clean and convenient ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or j

f L J. TOWNSEND, to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf Apply by letter to X. Y. Z., Sentinel furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.
Warman Sells: and Fixes, Bicycles, 1-16-lw 308 Anderson St
on Court street 12-5-tf FOR REFurnished office. 1.14-6t House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
6-room house; strictly lots connect at the with house
FOR HEN' NOTICE corners, rose between. I
modern fine location. Will rent for
FOR SALE-BIRD DOG-Large, I ; offer the whole for and allow dealer's
books $3,800 commission.
finely marked and well bred. Will season or by year. Cooper & Atha, The for the registration of
sell cheap if taken immediately. A. I ROOMS FOR RENT, for light house- opposite postoffice, 1st floor. l-16-3t voters in Orange county 'will be Open to all.
., I keeping. 307 E. Pine St l-16-6t opened in my office at the Court
Vivian, 811 Starkey street, or phone
L House on Monday, January 5th, 1914,
158. 1-20-St E. N. COY
r FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten MISCELLANEOUS and will be kept open six days in

.t Griffing trees give results. Office J rooms and sleeping porch; central. each week, until the first Monday in 307 Vest SI. Norlb.OrlandoMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMJ
ly located suitable for either WANTED-Good sewers no others March, 1914. ,
; one or ;
P.. 0. W. H. Brokaw,SaleS-
opposite two families. Address F. G. Rush, need apply. Apply to Mrs. W. L., W. L. DOLIVE,
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MONDAY Program for Week Beginning Monday, Jan. 19, 1914. THURSDAY"For

Another's Crime" (Reliance) Drama. 2 a
reels.
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"Trapped in a Forest Fire"-(American).
"What Might Have Been"-Thanhouser-Drama. "Two Girls of the Hills"-Reliance).
"Her Legacy"-(K.B.).
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FRIDAY
"A Divorce Scandal (Amer..)-Sensational Drama.
will find the pictures
"The Helping Hand- (Majestic)-Drama running at "The Frame-U"-(Broncho). 2 reels.1
"The Milkman's Revenge"-Thanhouser-Comedy.) THE LUCERNE THEATER "Weekly No. 46- (liutual).
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Orlando's "Best" Photo Playhouse

WEDNESDAY SATURDAY
FIVE CENTS TO ALL
"Romance and Duty"Majestic( ). 2 reels Usual Good JIusic by the Lucerne HIs First CaseAmerIcan).
"Cohen Saves the Flag Keystone( ). I OrchestraMIMIMiMiMIIIIIIHMiiaiMIMMMIIHIIIIilllllK "The Four Hundred Dollar Bills"-Reliance( ).
"His Uncle's Namesake"-(Thanhouser).

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may be there are times when her I i Dr. BucRmaster . . .......... ... 111111111'_
beau's arm is 'round her. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf
Deliver us from the perfect man! Osteopathic Physician
Those who merely claim to be are W. T. EXTRICAN 132 Orange Avenue W. M. SLEMONS
insufferable. Offers to Orlando the newest and best
of, workmanship in the painting and Next door to People's Bank,
Strange as it may seem in Orlandothe decorating trade. Phone 636. up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
lawns are intended for circulars.If .I II 12-21-lm diseases treated.Telephone .
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it keeps up-the express. - companies Use the Sentinel want columns. 578. I New Goods Arriving DailyWe
will not have anything to express -
but their indignation.The .

old fashioned man who used to
SPECIAL SALE
borrow the paper now goes to the

barber shop. January 12th to 17th Inclusive sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Any youth thinks well of the taste made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .
of a girl when he sees her wearing ON
Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand.
Table Linen and
anJ underskirt the same shade as his Towels.

tie.* \ Embroideries, Voiles and other .' Pants and Overalls made by.Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

The new brooms which are to be Wash Materials & Co. ., Best place in the city to trade. '
paid $5 per day by the Ford company
certainly ought to sweep clean. '
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.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 THE GREAT VIOLINISTA p .
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By accident, I once had the oppor-
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Report of the Condition oft with Miss Maud Powell, and perhapsit 1 The
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experience would be just interesting now when to we relate are the so ( l l _

THESTATE happy that she is soon to honor Or-
; lando with her '
again magnetic presence -
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and her wonderful music.I .. Condensed Statement as rendered to -
was settled with my little familyon t: fl" Comptroller of the Currency =

big farm in the beautiful hills in ,.. January 13 1914
!f BANK upper New York, expecting a very ; ,

quiet summer in the great outdoors. .
One day Maud Powell and her mother \ ResourcesLoans '''; =
came to the house. I presume they
and Discounts -
had written their arrangements, but 193075.19

of Orlandoat the farmer and his wife knew nothingof I_ .." Bonds __________________ 98,390.61
celebrities, so we boarders were : J., Banking House, Safety De- ..
amazed and could believe '
good fortune. hardly our : posit Vaults and Fixtures 30,436.52

Cash and Due from .
They occupied the big room across
the close of business January 15 1914.in compliance
the hall from the parlor, and each Banks _______________ 122,709.73 -
:r with Chapter 6427, Laws of Florida.' morning she paced the floor as she
sent out wonderful tones through that $444,612.05Liabilities

house and neighborhood. It seemedas .
RESOURCES though the Queen of Music had -
Y come to dwell among us. We boarders -

Loans and Discounts _____________________499198.10 dropped all our previous occupa- ; Capital _________________$ 50,000.00

Overdrafts ______________________________ 234.04 tions and sat on the porch as near her = Surplus ---______________ 10,000.00
r window dared, drinking in such
Stocks and Bonds ________________________ 69,496.79 music as as we we had never heard before.At .. Undivided Profits ________ 2,700.76

Furniture, and Fixtures ___________________ 13,034.80Real luncheon time she would come Circulation ______________ 21,000.00

Estate _____________________________ 9,285.50 out of her room in a loose gown, and I Bills Payable ___________ 45,000.00
with a bright smile, tell us she was Deposits ________________ -
,, Cash and Due from Banks ________________ 299,478.90 315,911.29
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tired "sawing wood" all the morning.She
had the sweetest smile I ever
$890,728.13 saw on any grown person, her lips :: $444,612.05
parted freely as a child's without any
LIABILITIES constraint. I soon loved her for her

3 Capital Stock __________.:._________________$ 50,000.00 self as well as her beauty and music, Oar Grov/fli
for she seemed to me quite unspoiledby
Surplus ________________________________ 35,000.00 her stage life., She was graciousand

: Undivided Earnings ______________________ 4,211.78 merry and interested in every one Deposits

I Dividends Unpaid ________________________ 304.00. in the house. .
With an idea perhaps of keeping November 26 1912 $ 74849.92 / -
Deposits ___1____________________________ 801,212.35 : her life from growing one-sided, she '
February 4, 1913 128,884.60
I had that summer two hobbies, German -
$890,728.13 I and botany. In the afternoonsshe Aprilt 4, 1913. 157,684.98 ""
and eldest daughter would
. WATERS HOWE, Cashier. I take their my five-mile walk, and come June 9, 1913 185,875.96

: home with their hands full of dainty August 9, 1913 213,061.50 ,
little wood's and the
I plants, spend
I evening with Gray's Botany, naming October 21, 1913 255,752.86

: them.
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She had never been allowed to sew, _ S. January 13,1914,_ $315,911.29
: or to do the slightest manual work-

__ . . . . . . . .I not even lift the pitcher in their
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CONFEDERATE BALL AT ARMORY GREAT CROWDS AT METHODISTSERVICES of any) when she tried, and did make I III l I I Ili' li !II' 'll I 14'jl i l I I l II I I N I / I I I I. I III I 'pI I "r--
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4 TONIGHT BIG AFFAIR a little hat for the doll my daughterwas i I I I II I I I I I Ili i+'! rylI I I II ,I 'II I I I i , dl II I I ! I'I I I lI ,
3 dressing. She could always do I IIII, I I I 1 I 1 I i' I I II'I I I I I I l;@I la I It I, Ililll ll ll I JI I ( lh I I I,I I !,,I I I I d, II41 I I I I I,.,I IL.!I) I'''n' ,,'.a 1 n I'I. ,'I' II{ I'I I I'I( i I i II 611 I II NII'6 i N n I I.(!I lq I ..I I. U 'I r
anything she tried to do.
All plans have been made for the Everybody is talking about the The mother was a refined little lady -
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; Confederate ball to be given by Annie great crowds that gather at the Meth- of great' force of character. She told
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Coleman .Chapter, U. D. C., at the odist services at the Grand every me when"Maud was about seven years (fie I
old, there came to their Western town )
armory tonight. Sunday night. Dr. Wray modestlysays the greatest lady violinist of the
The ladies in charge of the hall: they come to hear the "superb times, Camilla Ursula. A woman

were busy yesterday giving it a thorough -|music." But others say that :Mr. Co playing a violin was a very unusual!
which included the has thing at that time. Mrs. Powell decided -
cleaning, nely only played at a few services,
r I if one woman could play like
stairways, and, in providing retiring and until recently there was no I
I special that, reach such a point of perfection,
rooms for both gentlemen and ladies.!I music at night, often not even another could, and she decided her IN EVERY ONE ,

I A small army of the Daughters and an anthem by the choir, and yet these little daughter should. Maud was

their drafted helpers will be at the great congregations have been then taking piano lessons, but now
gath-
I they came to the big cities hunting up of purchases from us will {
hall this morning, getting ready for ering every Lord's night, since Brother the best violin instructors, and later o your you

s J the event of the evening. The ladies Wray started his popular series of went abroad studying with the best'

: in charge have asked the Sentinel to I revival sermons to young people, on masters until she came to old Joa 11 find originality NOTHING over-
chim, who told her not to study
who any
request all have con. "The Marriage License
especially or "Orange
she would lose her individuality
I more or -
sented to help to be at the armory by I II I Blossoms," last October. But Brother done but harmony and good taste

. 9 o'clock this morning, and those who.I Wray scouts the absurd theory that The little mother was a great gen- ,

have contributed to the supper to anybody comes to hear the "old Geor- eral; she took all care of Maud's combined. Come and
wardrobe, ordering her evening see.
send in their contributions to the gia cracker" "retail dried tongue." gowns
and doing everything for her. At the I
feast at an early hour. But the secret of the whole matter is concerts, it was she, who, ,between o 0

The hall is to be appropriately dec- this: the vast crowds go, as they go numbers, watched 'the valuable

: orated. The Grand orchestra will to other churches, to hear the glorious "Amati" (so carefully wrapped in
silk) lest it be stolen.It .
play, and an elegant supper will be Gospel, "the old, old story of Jesus was wonderful to hear them talk ALLEN & CO Jewelers
served. The admission of one dollar J'and His love." A number of young of the great masters-of their good ; .

A.-, for each person covers the cost for'!people have united with the church points and their eccentricities, and the
The I artists on both sides of the ocean,
since this
the entire evening's enjoyment. service began. i
praising and comparing, with a famil
proceeds will be given to the soldiers' Next Sunday night Brother Wray iarity that seemed to take me in too, Guaranteed. Reliable '

home at Jacksonville.COBURN'S will give you sermon No. 18, on the as though I'd had the same privilege.One .-1 n Everything Repairing nII
Wedding Feast. day I was softly. playing at the

MINSTRELS PLEASED Mr. Bettison, who sang the heart- piano, when she came out of her room = \, II {= =CII
and placed a piece of music beforeme
LARGE AUDIENCEJ. melting gospel solo yesterday morning ; and as I started to read it, I

will sing again Sunday night heard behind me the great swelling i I
tones, that almost "transformed i life, giving this wonderful music to : HMIMIIIMIIilllMtMliMMtmMIMMMMHMIHt
A. Coburn's minstrels, who have Come, praying for an earnest revival me.
Her magnetism and her influencewere the world? Who knows how many I
been visitors to Orlando since service. I
regular so great that I could do twiceas poets she has inspired, or how many
i; some of us were in the "Buster well with that violin behind me as lives she has lifted and transformed,

Brown" class, played to a large crowd by myself. So I had the pleasure of comforting the sorrowing-this is ,a I Oc1aalia(\ Nursery Service.
MAYOR COMMENDED ON EF- r
t= in the opera house last night, and,the FORTS TO BANISH COWS accompanying ing, while she her worked nearly up every her winter morn- woman.glorious art, and she is a glorious I

; almost continuous laughter and applause repertoire; and she and her mother sokindly'praised :MRS. M. E. HALSTED. i

was evidence that the performance me. The only one al. .
s' was pleasing. :Mr. Skye V. Straley, of 732 North lowed in, at those rehearsals, was my CHULUOTA COMPANY HOLDS!

k Mr. Coburn has a number of the Orange avenue, has addressed the following -: daughter, who caught her inspirationthere ANNUAL ELECTION
letter to Mayor Sperry: and played sweetly herself I Has always been accepted in Orange County as. the
r old favorites with him this season, afterward. Those be -
to
and new material that is as good as "My Dear Sir:-In yesterday's Sen- for all were time days and eternity.remembered Officers for the ensuing year were i 1 best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand

their predecessors, with the result tinel I notice that you are to makean She had two violins with her, and on elected at the annual meeting, of the no oneever will, because our trees are the best
effort to prevent cattle from roam- damp days she would not take out the
that the show contains some old features Chuluota held in St. Augus-
ing the streets of Orlando, and I take "Amati," but use the other violin, tun- company and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
and a great many new ones.The ing it down to a viola-then we read tine this week, says the Record. The
comedians, Nick Glynn, Chas. this; method of thanking you for look- Rubenstein.To officers named are the following: \
ing after this matter which is of Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who-
so show
Vermont, Harry Ford and Ed. Fisher, another side five of us, President-J. E. Ingraham.
are as good as one could desire, and much importance to the residents of one-day, climbed to the "Walnut Vice-President M. Smith, of I ever heard of an ignored claim?
: Mountain House" to make call. As
North a
1 the chorus is up to the Coburn stand- Orange avenue. We are in the we started back we noticed the sky the Orlando Bank and Trust company. '
corporate limits, of course, and,would We offer you first choice from the largest stock
ard. Notable among these are Messrs. was gray, and it looked as though we Secretary and TreasurerSidneyHarrison.

McCarthy, Sampson, Lucas and like the same privilege that others would have rain by night Returning in the world for this season's planting and your suc-
enjoy who live the house cross-lots, about a mile from the
nearer court away
Teitge. The orchestra, as usual, is a Directors-J. E. Ingraham, M. M.
hotel with our stock is assured when
of lawns we were caught in a terrible cess already your
keeping which
very pleasing feature of this popular open seems storm-no shelter in sight-heaVy Smith, W. H. Beardsley, G. H. Barnes, ,
troupe. to be impossible under existing circumstances thunder, forked lightning, and rainso E.'H. Me Neil and Sidney Harrison. grove is'planted. Free advice as to stock and personal

t J. A. Coburn's players have never and our lawns and grovesare heavy we couldn't talk to each oth- inspection ot your land when requested on any i
often cattle er. We threw our skirts our
depredated by comingin over
played to empty seats in Orlando- FELLOWSHIP TEA TO BE GIVEN of Suitable discountsto
from the and heads and settled into a march down planting 300 trees or more.
and never will as long as he brings country, even by the mountain side, my little son lead- BY SUFFRAGE LEAGUE
those in town. planters of large In fact the best
belonging
acreage. very
ing the I'm of had
amusement as wholesome as that pre- way. sure none us Come one, come all.
sented last night. "I sincerely hope that hereafter the been in such a storm before, unprotected Where? To the fellowship tea of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
vigil of the police will extend to, at }, .yet the great lady made no
least, the full length of the main complaint. I think the poise shown given by the Equal Suffrage Leagueat I
"MUTT AND JEFF" that day was a hint of the character the home of Mrs. Mahlon Gore on (
thoroughfare of the town. that made her a
Get in line early this morning. success. Lucerne Circle.
"The residents of North Orange Soon after that she appointed a
Why? Don't you know? The seat avenue will certainly appreciate any night for a recital for the family, so When? Friday, January 24, 1914,

sale for "Mutt and Jeff" opens at the big farmer and wife, his children, at 3 o'clock.
act of the commission
which will
Butt's Candy Kitchen, at 9 o'clock the help, and all the boarders gath- Why? To hear this popular sub- ADDRESSNURSERIES
make us feel that we are not aliens ered in the parlor. Allowing to
can't be there me discussed from all viewpoints.What N R [
If OCKlAW
a. m., you get a ject
in the town of Orlando, and we feel accompany her, she gave them of her
"proxy" to hold your place. This is that you have no more loyal or law- best; a little to show her wonderful then? Light refreshments.
the usual course of procedure when I technique, but mostly'music she
abiding citizens than are residents of ,
Gus Hill's big musical comedy, fashioned thought they could comprehend; andI Ocklawaha Nurseries home ofFlorida's
,
this neighborhood. worked to the top-notch of
up ecstasy Dept. 23 Tangerine Fla.
after Bud Fisher's famous car- expected to see those country : best fruit trees, easily ,

toons, comes to town It's the one people overwhelmed-not a bit of it- i reached from all parts of Orange,

big howling comedy success of a dec LARGE CONGREGATION HEARDDR. I suppose they liked better their viI. Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Volosia tlliltH MMIIIMMft
POULSON lage fiddler, who played for their .
SUNDAY
ade. The real musical comedy pro counties by auto over hard surfaced
country dances. There they sat, till I Warman Repairs and Retires Baby LIVING PICTURESOrlando's '
duction of the season and you can'tafford the "Arkansas Traveler" did make roads, most convenient for all plant-:

to miss it, so heed the above Larg'e congregations heard Dr.I them open their eyes and we had to ers, and most reliable in Florida. i I II Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf has written poet, Mr. Victor Starbuck,
I a poem on Ponce de
,r advice and you'll thank us for it. Poulson at the Baptist church Sun- play left that the twice.I farm. house a little before Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. I W. T. ENTRICAN, I!which will be read and illustrated Leon at j,

: There's a company of forty-five clever day. The auditorium was crowdedin Write for catalog. the Lucerne theater on February 3rd.
her, feeling that the summer had i Makes a specialty of painting, papering III
performers, including twenty pert the evening as usual, and a num- been a wonderful opportunity. Of] I refinishing floors, furniture, etc. 1-17-tf.

"beauty squabs," just little enoughand ber were unable to secure seats. A course, after that I had to see "The Ladies' hair dressing, massage, Phone 636. 1221.1mSentinel -

just big enough to make both business meeting of the church board "green Powell"room"as they after called concerts.: her, in the iiampoo, electric drier. Gem B 00: I If (you want the news, read.i the

big and little folks take notice. was held last night Can one imagine a more beautiful Shop. 1-2-tf want ads. get results. SentifieL
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