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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 21, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.

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VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1914. NUMBER 295.





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OF CIGARS AND REFRESH NIGHT OF NEXT WEEK WHEN I -

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r TWO BIG [EXHIBITS I BY H HORSE[ SHED 1

LEGISLATIONCOMMISSION I II you should walk down Orange Real Estate Exchange of Or. PRESIDENT

Delegates From Apopka and I, avenue or Church street next Sundayand lando was practically formed at a Commissioner Johnson's Structure

mee Confer With Fair Kissim-I I should be suddenly seized with a meeting of the real estate dealers of Fails to Arouse Admiration of .

Ii' IS FAVORED and Inspect Grounds I thirst, it will not be necessary to the city held last night, and nothing Neighborhood ResidentsAn VILLA THE MAN SOUGHTATTEMPT

walk to a hotel to wet your whistler, remains to make it a perfected body

. Messrs. H. Edmund Swabey, A. E.I as it has been; or if you should wish 'except the election of officers, which emphatic protest was registeredwith ,

l TO ACT AS CLEARING HOUSE Thomas and Claud F. Johnson, of :''to satisfy a hunger with a bit of [':'7.-s Deferred' to a meeting to be heldMin the city commission yesterdayby WILL BE MADE TO

Kissimmee, were in Orlando yester-!I fruit, or should so far lose your saintly .iy night thirty residents and property own-
I HAVE HIM DESERT CAR-
BETWEEN BUSINESS AND day to make arrangements with the equilibrium as to desire a smoke, Th. committee on constitution andb | ers of West Pine street against the 1

COURTS IN HELPING THEENFORCEMENT fair association for the space to be 1 it will not be necessary to defer your ; -laws reported last night, and theo | hitching shed which was built last RANZA AND ALLOW FELIX

OF LAW occupied by the Osceola county ex :appetite until Monday, as you have panic articles were read, discussed I week for the convenience of country DIAZ TO ENTER
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i been accustomed to doing in Orlando and finally accepted, and instructionswere visitors with teams to care for.

Special to the SentineLWashington hibit.Mr.. Swabey is the board of' trade'Ion Sunday-no, for the old order has given the committee to prepare I' There was a general protest signed Special to the SentinelWashington i
I II Jan. 20.-A plot to
20.-President ,
Jan. I the each member of the
changed, and the lid will be lifted. ity.laws.for
representative, Mr. Thomas secretaryto and an individual deprecation of the
Wilson read his message on the trust the fair committee appointed from I I The city commissioners are a unit exchange to have a copy, and the I i shed, the latter being written by N. 'break the ranks of the Mexican con-
of the stitutionalists by leading Villa to
session
to a joint
question in
used the
the Kissimmee city council, the county on this question. There are other name opening paragraphwas ,I S. Wood, of 205 West Pine. This letter -
house and senate today. The'chief the official title of the abandon his allegiance to Carranza
commissioners and the board of trade, problems that the commissioners do adopted as asserted that the shed "degraded"the

points developed and emphasized in and Mr. Johnson is the editor of the not agree on, but it has been unani. organization. The committee on by-I street, and should be removed.I and allow Felix Diaz to enter the
the are summarized as follows laws is W. field is reported here from the Texas
of Messrs. M.
message composed f
decided that blue laws do
mously not
Osceola Journal, who by his generos- >! There was some reference in it to the
: ity and public spirit made it possiblefor suit Orlando, furthermore that they Brittain, W. W. Rose, S. B. Chalfant,'I City Beautiful, and an intimation that border today.
of the in- 'I Back of the plot, according to reports -
1. Effectual prohibition Carl Dann and W. W.
the fair committee to go forward ,, have driven people away from the WrightThe this shed didn't do much toward individualizing -
terlocking of directorates of great of the are friends of Diaz in Havana
town and were likely to do much more I objects organization are
with the work of getting up the exhibit i the idea anything beau-
corporations-banks, railroads, indus- set forth in statement as well as Reysitas in exile from
The county had voted $250, injury if they were permitted to I II a as follows: tiful.
trial commercial and public service (II I Mexico. Licenciado Bonales Sando-
Objects of the Board _
the city the same amount ,contingent stand. I The shed was constructed at the in-
bodies. I The purpose of the Associationshall val, of Mexico City, is said to be the
board trade like Mayor Sperry takes the stand thatpeople's stance of Street Commissioner Johnson
the of raising a -,
I upon be to knowledge of
promote mu- the and
behind
2. A ,law to confer upon the Inter- agent of the men plot,
amount. The board of trade in Kis- stomachs work on Sunday.In nicipal affairs and taxation with spe- , and utilitarian objects directed
he is reported to have paned throughSan
commission the
state Commerce pow- simmee is like the boards of trade in fact, those are his own words. cial reference to real estate. :its erection more than an idea of ex.! ,
er to superintend and regulate the To collect information and data. Antonio last night on his way to
Charlie Rock the baker went to the '
some other places not a thousand exemplifying the lines of classic architecture -}
r financial operations by which railroads To increase acquaintance among Chihuahua City to see Villa. jl
miles from Kissimmee, and it beganto mayor :Monday, and said that a man members.To in its shape. Mayor Sperry j
be I Word was also received here today
henceforth are to supplied
look as if the board of trade would had applied to him on the previousday maintain suitable quarters for said he really couldn't blame the peo-I'

with the money they need for their not be able to raise the amount when for a loaf of bread, but he dared meetings of members and for study,' pIe much for their protest, but the that DeLabarra, former provisional
proper development and improved discussion and social intercourse.To I president, is working to succeed Huerta. -
not sell him the coveted loaf for fear I
Mr. Johnson came forward with his complaint was tabled without action.
transportation facilities. secure uniform rates of broker-: I It is said that a so-called peace
ready check book and put up the $250 of arrest ,and punishment. "What age in real estate transactions. M I
conference between the states is ,to
Definition of "the hurtful I
3. many for the board of trade and then the shall I do," inquired the baker, "if a To protect the business from the IN'
restraints of trade" by explicit legis- other appropriations were available.But man should come to me next Sundayand encroachments of unlicensed and unauthorized APOPK.A O HAS FIRST KllllN be held and DeLabarra advanced

lation supplementary to the Shermanlaw. persons who profess to act again as provisional president.
desire that I him
the members of the board of sell a loaf?
as real estate brokers.To HISTORY Of THE 10WNI T
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t. trade are going to reimburse Editor : "Sell him the whole bakery if he stimulate greater activity in real I
TAMPA RECTOR SEES NO HARM
The creation of commission to
4. a Claud F. Johnson, and some of them wants it," responded the mayor."I estate, by joint effort in effecting]I
aid the courts and to act as a clear- and transactions rather than ; IN TANGO DANCE
thank said Herr sa ?i by
kindly, j
have already done their share. In you Negro Woman Stabs Man and is Released A
indidivual work.
ing house of information in helping scattered
Charles "That's what I rall'a sensible j
event Osceola is to hare a great I I
any Grounds of Justifiable
maintain of on
business to conform with the law. jo principles honesty Tampa; Fla., Jan. 20.-During the
exhibit. Mr. Thomas is superintendent mayor. and fair dealing in the operation of I I Homicide
5. Provision of penalties and course of his sermon here on Sundayin
pun- of the New Eden plantation in : The mayor will have it understood licensed real estate brokers.To .
ishments to fall individuals responsible and the St. Andrew's Episcopal church,
upon that anything to eat or drink be discourage prevent un-
Osceola county, and is now engagedin may
for unlawful business prac- : sold in Orlando fair division of the broker's commis- The first homicide ever reported I Rev. Dr. Reaves, the newly appointedrector
tices. manufacturing seven thousand gal on Sundaytreadsoftly sion by persons not in the business from Apopka, a thriving little town in the place of Dr. Dellart,
I Ions of syrup from fifteen acres of on the drinks, however. Things who have no real claim upon him for located about 13 miles west of Orlando -
6. Prohibition of holding companies, 1 deceased, made some startling remarks -
land planted to cane. For one thing, : to chew and smoke are included. This I a share of his living.To occurred there last
and a suggestion that the voting power -! doesn't that Orlando is to be devise, encourage and foster Saturday even- regarding the dances of the
he is going to hand out samples of mean a
ing when Cora Davis stabbed Sam
schemes of public improvement and He said other
of individuals holding shares in present day. among
this excellent Florida which is wide open town, but it does mean that
syrup benefit to the city at large. Jenkins in the breast with a small
that in order settle
the
things to
numerous stricted. corporations might be re retailing in a ready market at seven.i,.I visitors are not going to be denied the Those who signed the membershiplist penknife, from which wound Jenkins I. question of the propriety of the modern -

ty-five cents a gallon. He said yes- privilege of ordinary refreshment.The as charter members were: died about two hours later.
7. Giving to individuals the society dance for himself he had 1
private terday that he was going to send all archaic statute has become a dead E. C. Young, W. W. Rose S. B. Deputy Sheriff Harod immediately
right to found suits for redress on witnessed dance. given at the Tampa
the merchants of Orlando samples by letter. Chalfant, W. L. Lewis, Cooper & arrested the Davis woman and held
facts and judgments in Yacht and Country club recently and
proven government He amazed to find Atha J. L. Hendricks, J.
parcel post. was Thompson, her in custody until Monday morning
suits and that the had quietly studied the dancing. lie
providing little Florida in Orlando. W. R. O'Neal, S. S. Griffin, Lord &
or no syrup WORT( OF f lAYING FOUNDATION FOR when a coroner's jury was empan-
statute of limitations should'run only said that after this study he was
But that is only an item. The three I Bradshaw, Jas. L Giles, J. B. Calder, neled by Justice F. H. Witherington,
from the date of conclusion of thegovernment's FOUNTAIN BEGINS TODAYThe ready to say there was nothing wrong
newspapers in Osceola county, two Orange County Realty Co., C. D. who after hearing the evidence ordered -
action.ASK about the dancing that he could see
at Kissimmee and one at St. Cloud, Chadwick, W. W. Wright, Carl Dann the released on the
woman and that he could not see harm in
issue editions work of laying the concrete Real Estate Co. Brittain & Or-
are going to special to Way, ground of justifiable homicide.
church members participating in the
the fair Osceola : foundation for the basin of the ornamental lando Real Estate Co. E. Craw-
CITY TO DOUBLE DONATION be distributed at on J. From the evidence it seems that

FOR GOVERNMENT STATION\ day, which has been set as Friday,] fountain given by Mayor Sperry ford, M. J. Daetwiler.JACKSONVILLE the Davis woman, in with same. The Doctor talked along broad
: company lines, including card playing and the-
February 20. Altogether Osceola is for Eola park will begin today. I
another colored woman, was return-
!I The fountain is to be of wrought : ater going as among the innocent
Messrs. L. G. Starbuck and John going to have a brag exhibit, and the MAN HURT IN ing from the postoffice when she was
amusements of the
'St. Cloud the old soldier iron, the design being a large acanthus AUTO CRASH day.
M. Cheney appeared before the city people at approached by Jenkins who was under
At the dance given at the Countrydub
: leaf with duck base and sur-
commission yesterday and asked that colony, are going to have an individ- the influence of whiskey. He madean

the donation of $250 made by the city ual exhibit within the county display,I mounted by a bittern. There will be Ocala, Fla., Jan. 20.-T. S. Dickens, insulting remark to her and she witnessed by the Doctor the

which will be and well two pans, the height of the first being of Gainesville and 0. B. tango was the predominating featureof
council to the government experiment interesting was injured resented it and ordered him away,
5 feet 21-2 inches, and the distance the evening. It was attended by
station be doubled and that the sum worth while. i Powell, of Jacksonville, slightly injured whereupon he seized hold of her. She
to the second being 2 feet 71.2 the leading society people of this
of $500 be paid to that object. This Mr. D. W. Clark, of Apopka, was in in an automobile accident which jerked away from him and again or-
f yesterday to select for an exhibit -I inches; the total height of the foun- occurred one mile north of Ocala. Mr. city.
request was made in view of the deficit space dered him away. Still persisting he
to be' made his town. The tain will be 11 feet 4 inches. The diameter Dickens taken to the Marion
in the sum pledged by the Boardof by was came up and she pushed him aside
Trade and the further fact that board of trade, and town council, and I of the first pan is six feet and county hospital. He received several again with such force that he fell, be- OSCEOLA'S MAIDEN TRIP TO

the amount appropriated by council civic league and school are cooperating of the second three feet. The foun- gashes about the head, but accordingto ing staggering drunk at the time. SANFORD AND BACK

for the fruit preserving plant, which in the movement, and Apopka is tain is to be set in an octagonal masonry a report from the hospital he was Jenkins arose and cursed her and

had failed to materialize, would not going to make a proud showing.Mr. I basin with eight vases. While not seriously injured. Mr. Powell escaped threatened to mash her brains out, Sanford, Jan. 20.-The beautiful

be used. Mayor Sperry expressed Hugh C. Allen, the superin-1 the fountain proper has not yet arrived with minor bruises. The acci- and grappled with her again, slapping steamer Osceola arrived here and tied

tendent of the fair is collecting the work of making the foun'dation dent caused by striking tree up at the Clyde line dock. This is the
himself in favor of the increased grounds, was a her in the face, when she struck him
and the basin will be done at maiden trip of the Osceola and
the
number articles which he while trying to another
sum, but the commission passed the a pf I pass car on in the breast with a very small knife
it
once, and is probable that the other greater portion of the of
matter without action. i is setting aside for exhibition in the the road. The car was turned com- that she had in her hand while peel- populace

curio department. Among these interesting -!part of the ornamental piece will have pletely over.HYDROAEROPLANE. ing an orange at the time Jenkins Sanford went aboard to extend the

things is a revolver taken arrived by the time it is completed. first approached her. glad hand to Captain Lund and inspect -
KILLED WIFE TO MARRYSTEPDAUGHTER HIS "Hanner Bros. will do this work under the charming craft which is to
from the person of John Brown, a FROM PARK The point of the blade penetratedthe
15 I plans furnished by City Engineer I become so closely identified with the
shell alleged to be the first fired in SEWALL TO PALM BEACH cavity of the heart and Jenkins
i Ramsey. growth and development of Sanford.
the Spanish-American war, a sword -
bled to death in about two hours.
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Galesburg, Ill., Jan. 20.-Robert picked up on the battlefield at Antie-I West Palm Beach, Fla., Jan. 20. Jenkins was employed at the Con- After remaining at the pier long

Higgins has confessed that he mur- tam, and arms from the Philippines,I LAUBACH SELLS CITY CAR LOAD In a hydro-aeroplane owned by WilLiam sumers' Lumber and Veneer com- enough to allow a thorough inspec-

A dered his wife at New Henderson, 111., Hawaii, Japan, China, Cuba and OF HAY Thaw of Pittsburg, Mr. Thaw pany's mill, and was a good hand, but tion, ,Captain Lund ordered the lines
January 5, so he would be free to
i cast off and the Osceola began her
Spain. and aviator Steve McGordon of New
was addicted to the drink habit and
marry 15' his old.stepdaughter, Julia Flake, I The city commissioners yesterday York made a continuous flight from was considered quarrelsome and dan- first return trip from Sanford. The

years RAILROAD RATE HEARING IN opened bids for the sale of a car load Port Sewall to Palm Beach this after- when drinking.He boat carried neither cargo nor pas-

; He was arrested after the girl toldState's TAMPA of hay for the city stock. The prices noon. gerous was the third husband of Mary sengers, but simply made the trip to 5

r Attorney, John M. Wilson of were f. o. b. Orlando, and were sub- 'The thirty-six miles was made in Jenkins and it get her joints properly limbered up. ;
strange as
Mercer county of her infatuation for may appear -
Higgins, and that she importuned him Tampa, Fla., Jan. 20.-Hearing has mitted as follows: T. P. Hawes, thirty minutes. After circling. the all three men have been killed }s

begun here before Edgar J. Smith,I$28.90; Dickson & Ives, $29.90; P. F. town and hotel grounds, where it was by women.' BAXTER COW CASE ON TRIAL
to dispose of her mother, who she
official examiner for the Interstate i Laubach, $28.90. The contract was :watched by a throng of p ogle, the AT SANFORD
said, was the only obstacle between
Commerce commision, of complaintsmade awarded to Mr. Laubach. machine lighted in Lake Worth. The -
her and FIRE DEPARTMENT TO HAVE
happiness.
by the Tampa board of trade aviator will keep the machine at Palm NEW CAPS AND SHIRTS Sanford, Jan. 20.-The new jury in

against the Louisville & Nashvilleand DEATH OF MRS. SARA ANN Beach all season, making daily flights. the Baxter cow case was secured yes-

COMMITTEE CALLED TO CHOOSE the Illinois Central railways that BAXLEY The city commissioners yesterdayvoted terday afternoon and one of the cases F

DOLIVE'S SUCCESSOR through port rates are not granted to MASONS ATTENDED GRAND $45 with which to purchase new against Baxter was placed on trial

Tampa from the West. The railways Mrs. Sara Ann Baxley, who died at i LODGE IN JACKSONVILLEA caps and shirts for the members of and progressed to the extent of 'examining s i

Chairman Seth Woodruff has calleda contend that Tampa is making an effort an early hour yesterday at the homeof I the fire department. two witnesses. There are

meeting of the county committeeto to build a port at their expenseby her daughter, Mrs. Prescott, was number of Masons of Orlando 100 witnesses for the prosecution and

convene in Orlando Saturday; Jan- demanding a port rate unfairly carried to Kissimmee for interment. i are attending the Masonic grand lodge four for the defense, there being

uary 31, at 10 o'clock in the morning, lower than rail rates. A short service was conducted at the I in Jacksonville. Among the grand THE WEATHER twelve cases against Baxter in all

to nominate a successor to Mr. W. L. home by Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, of i lodge officers are Mr. Louis C. Massey Florida: Fair Wednesday; colderin The case is exciting deep interest

Dolive, supervisor of registration, Tennis racquets, $L25 to '$5.00. the First Baptist church, and the remains -I member of the committee on Ma-! northwest portion. Thursday, fair; among stock owners in all parts of

' J. whose resignation becomes effective Wright & Ditson tennis balls 50 cents.I were sent Kissimmee on the -sonic jurisprudence, and Mr. T. Pic- colder in east and central and south the state and is being closely fol.

1 February 1. Curtis & O'Neal, next postoffice. morning train south. ton Warlow, senior grand deacon. portions. lowed..g .

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Winter Park Rollins, Fla.College, Jan.,15, 1914. 0 c awalia Nnr s ery S erc e eHas : Today at

The Florida Audubon Society offers _. I
the following prizes, to be competedfor
the by the state pupils: of the high schoolsof I MONTGOMERY; MOTION PICTURE Co's

1. First prize, ten dollars in cash. always been accepted in Orange: County as the

2. Second prize, a copy of FrankM. best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand
"Handbook of Birds of
Chapman's will because the best Grand TheatreThis
Eastern North America". no oneever our trees are

Essays may be written on anyone and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.

of 1.the The following Economic themes Value: of Birdsto Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who- week is your last opportunity to see the Hodges Brothers

Farmers and Fruit Growers. ever heard of an ignored claim? and Ross, in their song hits and clean, clever comedy.

2. The Plumage Birds of Florida,
including personal observations. \Ve offer you first choice from the largest stockin For Today
3. The Native Song Birds of Florida
the world for this season's planting and your suc-
including personal observations. An comedy that will chase
4. The History and Work of the cess with our stock is already assured when your "Their Waterloo, the S :::!ay away

Audubon Societies of the United grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per-
ff A Pathe Drama with an Enoch Arden theme, but a clif-
States. sonal land when Her Hour
inspection ol your requested on any ferent
f 5. Bird and Game Reservations of ending.
the United States; purpose, history, planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto Iovers! of the West and Indian ,

, fauna, results, with personally drawn planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best The Ballyhoos Story life should see this. r

maps. of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
The conditions of the contest are MATINEE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 3:30, PERFORMANCEIS
as follows: CONTINUOUS UNTIL
f 10:00:
: 1. Only bona fide students of
senior or junior high schools in Flor- ADDRESS .
ida may compete. Children 5c Adults lOc

2. Essays must contain not less
than two thousand nor more than four -.
OOKLAAIIA NURSERIES
thousand words. NEXT TUESDAY, JANUARY 27
3. Essays must be typewritten.
. 4. Essays must be forwarded

t through the principal of the school Dept. 23, Tangerine, Fla.MIMMIMMtMIIIMillMIMItHMHIIMIIMIIMMi. A Six Reel Feature
t in which the writer is a pupil, before

i' May 1, 1914, to Dr. W. F. Blackman, ; An education in the history, conditions, manners and custom of Ancient Italy.
f president of the Florida Audubon So- .

i ciety Park,and Florida.of Rollins College, Winter MtmiUmimilCMIMBtltMIIMtMtMIMItMIIItt* "THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII"MtlMIMIMnMtlHH8llttHiMmBHIMUIII

i Information on the subjects mentioned FOR SALE ..ll " '4 4441
f above may be had by addressing 1"III'I"ltIIIDllil<*Q H*I*9 M119 M 9 HIM K i 11 Hi! .' .'. i . . . ...

t. the following persons:

f: 1. of Mr.the T. National Gilbert Pearson Association, Secretary of- New Two-Story Modern For Economy and purchase -

t Audubon Societies, 1974 Broadway, House block from W RIG H T power of your money -
New York City. one
ALTY&SEBDco
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t 2.: Dr. T. S. Palmer, Bureau of Bio :d t REAL ESTATE .-i "Try Wright's" Farm

t logical Survey, Washington, D. C. Lucerne Circle. Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
{ 3. Mrs.,1. Vanderpool, Secretary I Florida .
1 of the Florida Audubon Society, Mait- Orlando, bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
f land, Florida. Owner
Helen Wright
;t It is hoped that there may be a I [ Quality.Fresh .

these large prizes.number If of not competitors more than three for '1 i 113 AMERICA STREETI4IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

I t essays are submitted, the Society ref cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

f I serves the right to withdraw the offer. -- dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30

,f. W. F. BLACKMAN, President. It's awfully hard to be a satisfac- WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents pint. 1

t.I'N tory guest. Most people should cultivate Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered Express,
J 13 MISTAKES IN LIFE the habit of remaining at home Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
I I more.
s Here are what Presiding Judge -

4 Paul J. McCormick has announced as I Experience is man's best teacher, I
"Thirteen Mistakes of '-S
Life
: frazzled outt
but she keeps his pants
To attempt to set up your own the heels hustling around to pay FIRE INSURANCE
standard of right and
wrong. News.
the tuition fees-Chicago
t To try to measure the enjoymentof :.
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I this To others world.expect by uniformity your own. of opinions in FELLOWSHIP BY SUFFRAGE TEA TO LEAGUE BE GIVEN \ / ( ITYAtfD lhe LYto# IV Success.JAMSEN .


To fail to make allowance for inex- Come one, come all. (COUNTRY
perience.To Where? To the fellowship tea uTJJtetlN J YiJRS AtjC .

S endeavor to mold all dispositionsalike. given by the Equal Suffrage Leagueat r sT r
b--1 the home of Mrs. Mahlon Gore on Just arrived car load R ,

Not to yield in unimportant trifles. Lucerne Circle. immediate i IMPROVED AFI IOTARY
23, 1914, FORDS for
To look for When? Friday, January UmnpRovE ORLANDOFLORIDA.
perfection in our own )UBLIC
at 3 o'clock.
actions.To .
delivery.Get .
Why? To hear this popular subject a
worry ourselves and others
discussed from all viewpoints.
about what can not be remedied.Not t
What then? Light refreshments. yours now.F. .
to help everybody, wherever, Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Joan Hotel
} however and whenever
we can.
NOTICEAll G. RUSH,
To consider anything impossiblethat
cored<
having goods
we can not ourselves perform.To with the persons late Jacob Shanibarger, at Phone 226iiiiiiiiimiimiiiM"
believe only what our finite 10 East Church street, Orlando, are
minds can grasp. hereby notified to remove same before
l February 1st, or they will be sold for
Not to make allowances for the ElectricallyEquipped
.
storage.P.
-. weaknesses of others. M. SHANIBARGER, Adm'r., r !
To estimate by some outside quali- 1-14-lw Pine Castle, Fla. .
ty, when it is that within which
makes the man.-San Francisco Cor- NOTICEI

respondence Washington Post.Don't hereby give notice that after January I i : -
9th I will not be responsible for I
debts contracted by my wife, :Mrs.
wait for an emergency be, any I I I
Helen Gwynne.
; fore you use your good nature. 1-11-tf WYNDOM P. GWYNNE.


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Two-Sisty Standard Model
The greatest motorcycle value
Received erer achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
equipped with Electric Head LUht.Electric Tail Luht Electric Signal
., ,,,,, ,, \t Two er. Price Sell Storage S2 Q.oo.Batteries See Catalog and Corbin-Brown for detailed deicription.Indian Rear-Drive. Speedomet

Another Shipment of I

THE MARKET : MOTOCYCLES'



REZNOR[ GAS OA[ IRS.This [ Of Cleanliness Of Quality j: FOR 1914
60,000 brand new red machines will go out over the Indian
trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production
FRESH AND SALT MEATS in the history of the industry. _,

FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with ",Thirty.Eight Better
is the fourth order this ments for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
Kept under the best.sanitary conditions. Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
winter and they are selling fastso completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
screened from the flies, and kept fresh
Everything away
All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
place your order now while and pure. head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage batteries .
electric signal, Corbin- Brown rear-drive speedometer.You .
they last and be prepared for the We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ctnoot fully realize the 1914 Indian without I thorough study of the 1914 .
everything in the Meat Line.PARLOR. Indian Catalog. It maker plain holt of compelling Indian fact that all motor.
i eyele-mterested men can consider to their real pro t. Send for the 1914 Indian
g next cold spell, $4.50 and $6.50.ORLANDO Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you're enr read.

The MARKET The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of:

4 H.P. Single Semce Model.............................$200.00 /
7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Fire, Regular Model......... 225.00 ,
7 H.P.Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................ 260.00
H M. Self & Co. 7 H.P.Twin Light Roadster Model...................... 260.00
WATER[ & LIGHT CO1 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 275.00
7 H.P.Twin Two Speed,Tourist Standard Model ........ 300.00 'few
PINE STREET 7 H.P.Twin Hendee Special Model(with Electric Starter) 325.00 '
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!_ ACROSS SOUTH FLORIDA 1111111111111111111111i;;;;;; :::::::::: ::i:1::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : HlilHIMHIIIHttlilHttMIHHIiliMiliMIMIHIHave
i IS NOW ASSURED


I'f tt Tampa, Jan.-20.-Annual meetingof [ELECTRIC l[ YCUUMCLENER l[ [

chobee stockholders& Gulf Railway of the Atlantic company, Okee-was ORLANDO N O BANK a TRUST COMPANY

held at the office of the company here.

Officers and directors were chosen as

follows: E. E. West, president; W. Orlando, Florida.Condition .

S. Jordan, vice-president; T. P. Bell,
at the close of business December 31, 1913 Have your room or house
secretary; Daniel A. Simmons, gen

eral counsel; E. L. Higbee, treasurer. RESOURCESLoans cleaned without dust or troubleof
Directors: E. E. West, A. H. West,
and Discounts $103,080.10
Hunter W. Raiford, H. C. Ferriott,
Overdrafts 362.37 furniture' '
R. L Riley, Daniel A. Simmons, E. L. moving .
Stocks and Bonds 26,018.33
Higbee, W. S. Jordan. An executive
Cash on Hand and in Banks 200,946.57
committee was elected with Mr. Fer-
House Furniture and Fixtures 25,974.87
riott as chairman and E. E. West, Banking ,
S. Jordanas The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
Daniel A. Simmons and W.
656382.24
members for transaction of business -
t LIABILITIES man.
of the road.

Chairman Ferriott' stated after the Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . .-. . . . $100,000.00

meeting that the company had made Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86 SEE THEM FOR TERMS

financial arrangements that would Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
make certain commencement of actual ,.
construction work by March 1. The $656,382.24

railway has its survey made across

the state from Tampa to Fort Lauderdale Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . 489971.68

right and of way part has of been the cleared.distance the Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 The PIERCE[ [ [ELECTRIC l[ L CO""lnc,


Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The
PINE CASTLE ITEMS.
officers *d directors of the Orlando Sank and Trust CHURCH STREET1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111)tt

desire call the attention of its depositors and
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tyner and :Mr. Company to
and Mrs. William Wegman and Mr. : friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. >

Fred Scholhamer, of New York city, I The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
Sanford Sunday. : the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
took an auto trip to 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'
Mr. Neal Johns, of Orlando, is visiting j: this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
at the home of Mrs. Rebecca : strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful

Johns. : statements to its patrons. _:

Mrs.: Mollie: Thompson and daughters : M. M. SMITH, President
Misses Sallie and Maggie, of M a Sacrifice rricB
W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. NOLAN, Cashier
Orlando' were the guests of Mrs.

Edna Sullivan and family Sunday.Mr. .
Frank Holt, of Ashtabula, Ohio, His ..::::::II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: : :: :" ':::::' :: :

registered at the Lake View Inn. t.S

The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society
H ''HMtllittiiiiifllHttiliiiiaiiiiiitlllllllllllilttCandies
gave a fish fry Saturday evening by

E. L. Sphaler's store.A Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located.just'one
musical and literary program will Fresh
be given in the school_auditorium Fri 'I lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved -

day, January 30th, at 7:30 p. m., the :
proceeds of which will go to the school Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb. I with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest "

piano fund. General admission 25c. Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. lb. : locations in Orlando.

It is a grown folks entertainment, Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . . 40c. lb. I

talent the Menthal Drops . . . . , . . .20c. lb. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . 40c. lb. I
most of our local being on
program, and an enjoyable eveningcan Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. lb. :. The Price is Right

be looked for. Gum Drops . . . . . . .. . . .20c. Ib.Chocolate Almonds .
Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams


Either an assistant assessor of and Chocolate other Caramels good and fresh candies. Chocolate Salted Pistachios Filberts, Almonds and Peanuts. ,
many OrlallUD R l R
taxes or I will be at the following ll t m
named precincts at the dates herein Ice Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any
quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one t
named to receive state and county tax
returns for the year 1914: through our .
Orange Center-January 30th. factory.HOT DRINKS SERVED Phone 504 Watkins Block

Zellwood-February 4, a. m.
Apopka-Feb. 4, p. m. : FRENCH DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.

Winter Park-Feb. 5, a. m. I I Hot Milk Cholocate- (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc. IIO'III'IIII llell'tllllllelllll'llllllllllltttlll'

Maitland-Feb. 5, p. m. I Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc; Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc. -- -------- ---------=

Ocoee-Feb. 6, a. m. : Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . lOc. "111111'IIIIIIIIOIII'IIIIIIIIIIIII 4
Hot Lemonade . . . . . . . . , lOc lllllllllllllte+
Winter Garden-Feb. 6, p. m. Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c. ,

Oakland-Feb. 7, a. m. : Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c.ay'er .
The
Windermere-Feb. 7, p. m. : AltamonteALTAMONTE ; j

Gotha-Feb. 7, p. m. Oandy Co..

Conway-Feb. 23, a. m. SPRINGS, FLORIDA. -s.
Pine Castle-Feb.-'23, p. m.
134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando(or A. C.L.
Feb. 24
Taft- a. m.
Christmas-Feb. 25.ARTHUR. 11111111111111111111111111111111111..111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111I R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in interior
BUTT Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
most beautiful and healthful location in Florida
on
laitmimillilHIIMMIIiMIMmilMlillHttltltHllliMtllMHIillMltBt tft
21-ld-lw Tax Assessor. high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks

Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
ANCIENT RHYMES Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve

ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. ;
Slightly Twisted to Suit Modern Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
Conditions

.
"Mother, may I go out to stroll?" : I MONTGOMERYAT GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer
"Yes, my darling daughter;
Make your will and fit your_soul I ( Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
And watch out for the auter." : ,
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Mary had a little lamb, i
Its fleece white as snow, : .
was

y And The when lamb she refused tried to to cross go. the street 'I COOK K &&UTOCOMP&NY.& WE MAKE IT OUR BUSINESS ;


There was a man in our town, To supply particular Stationery Office
And he was wondrous wise; ,
A drunked chauffeur butted him .nd Blank
Supplies Books for
particular 3
And knocked out one of his eyes. peo-
And when he saw his eye was out
He crawled exceeding shy, I make like ple.
But another auto came along can your car
And took the other eye. We try to please even the most fastid-
new. See me quick if you
Goosey, goosey, gander, ious, nd will welcome enquiries about the '
% {
Where can you wander? .
Upstairs, downstairs, want your car painted.Take .
In the lady's chamber, special goods you have not been able to pro-
But do not go beyonder.
- .' cure elsewhere.Our .
:
Old Mother Hubbard, -'- .
Went to the cupboardTo staple line comprises enough fill
get her poor dog a bone;
The dog wasn't there, all ordinary demands.Our .
Was still up in the air,
And so his requirements were none.
will
prices bring future orders.

Hi diddle diddle, .1111111111111111111111'111111111111111111111111111111.,11, 111111,111,1,11 1111I
The cat and the fiddle, W. S. BRANCH
The cow jumped over the moon, .
And when she looked back your repairing to Warman on Twentyreight acres, twelve acres Re-engagements are a mark of ap
Where the motor cars track, Court street. 12-5-tf in grove, four hundred bearing trees, i preciation. Maud Powell again, January The Arcade Book and Music StoreIf
She hadn't jumped any too soon. and two hundred young budded grape 28. Auspices Methodist Baraca
fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit class. 9
Whene'er I take my walks abroadSo Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor now on trees. Price $3,200. 1-15-llt you want to sell anything, remember -
many poor I see! ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Eighty acres, twenty-five acres the Sentinel want columns. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
If they are killed I'll mourn for from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi cleared buildings.and Price fenced$1,500., house and out W. T. EXTRICAN, Everybody reads it.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'. AND DO ALL KINDS OF

Or them-they may mourn for me. nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by .Twenty acres on lake front, well Makes a specialty of painting, paper OPTICAL REPAIRING _
ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. "
-New York Sun. auto over hard surfaced roads, most located, three hundred bearing orange
Phone 636. 1-21-lm
convenient for all planters and most trees. Price $2,200.
"All life is set to music," says a reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nurseries Twenty acres good fruit land on II
lake front, two acres bearing orange Job printing at the Sentinel.Automobile WM. HARPER
|
poet. And the life of a tramp to rag! Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat grove, good six room house. Price J DRS'1JOSEPHINE
*
time? alog. 1000.. ( HARPER : ,
I II
Twenty-five acres bearing orange < MMIIMMMMMIMHii OSTEOPATHSOldcstEstablishcd :
grove located on lake front within the
results. Office
Griffing trees give FOR SALE city limits. Ideal location for subdi for Hire Practice In I DR. L H. RAMSDELL _
[opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales- vision. Price $10,500.J. Orlando I OPTOMETRIST ,

man. 12-25-tf Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake I E. CRAWFORDOffice ! New Five Passenger 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs !)I
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and over Blue Drug Store Confutation and Examination (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) J
ten acres of garden land, one hundred PHONE 419HHIMtlMIMIiMllllltH Free .'
ash Registers. Warman fixes 'em125.tf 117 S. Orange Avenue .
bearing orange trees small IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" ORLANDO, FLORIDA F.
Court street house and barn. Price $2,500. Phone 404 .


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DAILY LADIES' AID OF METHODIST, A FEW' WELL CHOSEN WORDS MIIIHIHIiltiiMIIIIMIIIIIIIIItililllittillliMIM

South Florida Sentinel CHURCH HAS GOOD MEETINGThe ABOUT GAS A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX I Big Bargain in 'fine

MORNING AND WEEKLY Ladies' Aid Society of the In this matter of gas for the peopleof Residence

> JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Over Methodist church met with Mrs. J. T. this city: THE PALMS AUTO COREO PropertyNew
Fuller Monday afternoon. This There
is which
Entered at the postoffiee at Orlando. flor- was a nothing comes nearer ten room residence in
ida. a. Second Class MaD Matter. splendid meeting, thirty-five being to being a vital necessity. high class neighborhood
near
y TO ADVERTISERS: present Many subjects of interestwere When MOTOR CARS
x we are hungry, we want it to Lake Lucerne. Finely tinished
Copy for display and all other han -Id discussed, the principal one be- cook with; when our ,rooms are un- and modern in
f adrrrtuior malt be handed in at the basinet ing the new pipe organ. The ladies of comfortable because of the cold hoursin For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a every respect.
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Lot 240 feet front and 210 feet
i' the day before publication. This rale applies the church have obligated themselvesto these short days, we need it for
to changes for contract advertising: it ii full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force deep. Room for three additional
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. buy the organ, and of course we heat; we need it for hot water; in houses. Garage. Six large bear-

;f SUBSCRIPTION RATES: know what that means-plenty of I short, it is very unpleasant to be of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely ing pecans, eight full bearing
hard work, and in the end success.i without a good supply of good
:" One Year .....................$5.00 gas. guaranteed. orange, two grapefruit, five full :
They always carry out what they un- Do we get it? If not, why not? .. '
Six Months ... .... ... .... ..... 2.50 bearing loquats, and scupper-
dertake. This is rather a large un- In the distribution of city work and
Three :Months ... .. ... .... .. .. 1.25 nong grapes. Owner must sell.
dertaking for them, but they are duty this matter of gas was assigned Price for few
In Advance. a days, $7,000.
;. equal to it. to Commissioner Robertson. He is
Any kind of reasonable terms.
t WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1914. The different committees are doing young and strong and just fitted for THE PALMS AUTO CO
well in their different ways of raising -1 I this kind of work; so we five hundredgas

: The convicts Auburn prison have money, and all are very enthu- [ users indulge the hope that he FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.MMIIMMIIIIIIIimimillliimiteilltlllllllill. Cooper Atha
organized an uplift league. A part siastic. .will help us. He has abundant authority -
1 of the propaganda is to be cheerful. Mrs. Fuller served delicious chicken to compel better conditions. ,
i Exclusive Agents
f There's a powerful lesson in this for patties, wafers, olives, and coffee, He should have a copy of the names I

r those who are not in jail. after which the meeting adjourned. of all gas users in this city. MillllimtMIMilSMimMiiiiMMMMIMMMMIMjMutt 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.

c o REPORTER. He can get it by asking for it.
i The town of Lake Worth in Palmf Then he should testing !
procure apparatus Orlando Florida
Beach county has. hit upon a happy PAINFULLY HURT and have it put where he and Jeff ,

plan to increase its population. It is could determine at once the qualityof 1253m.MMIMMMIMMMHIIIM.

r: advertising to give away two hundred Mr. C. W. Dean, better known by the gas.

i tracts of land to actual settlers. his many friends as "Boss," the Or- He can easily ascertain whether,the

Nearly any town in Florida might do lando Water and Light company's water gas which we now use is suffi-

the same 'thing, but the people of right-hand man, while trying to catch ciently enriched-and what material ORlANDO OPERA[ HOUSE( I

I Lake Worth are to be congratulatedupon one of the company's mules, was painfully is used for such enrichment.He .

the idea; it's a good one and I injured. The forefinger was can compel the Water and Light i l ii Supreme Auto Oil 1

should be successful. I torn from the second joint. Mr. Dean company to furnish him with a dia-

t 0t i has the sympathy of his many friendsat gram of our entire gas pipe system

this deplorable accident. -size of pip and connection.
President Wilson has delivered hiI
-
The
He insist in all ? oil that has
can on proper pipe
message on the trust question, and
UNITY CIRCLE new dwellings. He can compel the ToNightEverything stood the
now congress may devote itself to the : su-
I to make all
problem of so strengthening the Sher- company necessary
man act that prosecutions under it Unity Circle this afternoon at 3 changes in the size and connection of: preme test

Ii will not be so farcical as they have o'clock, at Unity Chapel. Paper on pipe, 'So as to secure the distributionof !
Frances Willard and the Woman's a bountiful supply all over the
r been. The great work is to be done THAT
by congress, though it is comfortingto Christian Temperance Union, by Mrs city.This New
know that the president stands Rebecca S. Sage. All are cordially company has no exclusive I S

ready to assist with his clear intellect invited. charter to furnish gas. I Good Gulf
and his rigid determination to redeem The commissioners have authority Ito 50 Gasoline
the party pledge in this respect. GOT HIM GOING give this valuable franchise to an- : PeopleSeats
other company. :

o Harry McCreary, of the GainesvilleSun The people want good gas at fair :

The St. Petersburg Independent better go slow on the proposed prices. They look to the city commis- :

complains that the spirit of optimism footrace with Joe Hugh Reese, of the I sioners for relief in this very impor- on Sale at Butts'
is not as prevalent in that town as it j Orlando Sentinel. Reese is some tant matter. : P. WALTON, Agt.

was two years ago. Maybe that's the sprinter. A few years ago he and a I PLINY NORCROSS.CHILDREN'S .
reason Willis Powell has been sent prominent Tallahassean sprinted all 5075$1.00MIMMiliMilllMllililMIMIIIIMIIHMIIMIMIMi

, for to come back, and inaugurate his the way from Thomasville to Tallahassee j PHONES 450269.MIMIiiliMMIIHtm
push and smile campaign. It is re- -if reports are correct. But DAY AT LUCERNE

ported that Willis is to run a third they did take the train going back.- / 4 I *
daily paper at Petersburg. If that St. Augustine Record. Orlando's Best Photo Play House

happens we should say that there will The entertainment this afternoonat I

be a lot of pushing, scrambling mayhap FREE TO CHILDREN the Lucerne theater between the
and possibly the smiling will be hours of 2 p. m. and 6 p. m. will be

only subsidiary.The free to all children under 15 years of
The Lucerne theater, Orlando's best: 9. \
A
picture especially
age. appealingto 5
.
o I
photo play house, on Wednesday, January children-it's about Cohen.
inquiry which is being con- 21, 1914, between the hours of.1 ,

ducted at Macon by a committee of 2 p. m. and. 6 p. m., will charge no No. 10069.

congress into the acts and doings of admission to boys and girls under 15 Report of the Condition of '; '; "
Judge Emory Speer of the federal of A THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK. / t :. ', ;
years age. special program of \ e : j-. ,
bench, is not a trial but is like a grand pictures has been prepared, includinga At Orlando in the State .of Florida at the <.:
Close of Business, January 13th, 1)14.
jury investigation to determine Keystone comedy entitled 'Cohen

whether an indictment shall be found! Saves the Flajr.- and discounts RESOURCESLoans ............193075.19
"f.. The arrogance of the judge is well Overdrafts. secured and unsecured.. 189.05u. Gifts Are Always km
Jewelry
S. Bonds to secure circulation. 21000.00
known, and it is likely that this dis-
"We all believe
in advertising, but U. S. Bonds to secure U. S. deposits 10000.00
; position made enemies who are now U. S. Bonds to secure postal savings 5000.00
all of us do not believe it necessarynor Bonds, securities etc. ............ 61,340.61
i pursuing him with serious charges. enjoy the Banking house, furniture, and fix-
But of dishonorable conduct it is diffi- experience of havingour tures ........................... 30436.52 ,
lawn
literally bestrewn with red, Due from National banks (not reserve -
cult for any who know him to believe white, blue or green and yellow agents) ....."............ 57,828.36
post- Due from State and private banks
him guilty.It ers, three or four times a day, all of and bankers trust companies, and We carry complete stock and can
which savings banks .................. 2001.31
0 must be gathered up and dis- .
Due from approved reserve agents. 33,074.19Checks
may be ventured witHout much posed of or left to blow around the and other cash items ......... 9,040.40 suit all tastes. Come in inandlook] ; us over.
Notes of other National banks. ",844000Fractional
fear of mis-stating the matter that I yard, says the Orlando Sentinel. It paper currency, nickels,
does seem that one's and cents .............."..."... 535.97
more misinformation has been dis-i rights are being Lawful money reserve in bank via:
,. seminated about the Everglades than infringed upon when this sort of ad- Specie ............../S14.075.50
Legal tender notes .. 1,310.0015,385.60
any other subject in Florida. People vertising is resorted to. As a general Redemption fund with U. S. Treas-
1 write about the Everglades that never thing posters and dodger advertising urer (5 per cent. of cir-ulation).. 1050.00
-
saw the area and don't know whetherit does not pay, and the better class of Total ...........................J444.801.10

is a swamp, morass, plain, plateauor advertisers have long ago found it Capital stock paid LIABILITIES in ............$ 50,000.00 .f
jungle.' And because these per- out. The greatest business men of Surplus fund ..................... 10000.00

sons live in Florida and write thus this; country tell that their success Undivided taxes paid profits......less....expenses.........and... 2700.76
knowingly the visitor and the nonresident has been gained through advertising National bank notes outstanding... 21000.00 -- -- -
Individual deposits subject to check. 271,476.74Demand
0< regard it all as gospel truth.!. in the newspapers and the loose certificates of deposit .... 2,82582
sheets Time certificates of deposit ...... 27,070.01 a
It is a great pity that a great state scattered about do little be- Cashier's checks outstanding ...... 2.20816
project is not more thoroughly under- sides contributing to the trash bas- United States deposits ............ 12,166.13
kets. Postal savings deposits .......... 353.48
stood by the people of the state. -Times-Union. Bills payable including obligationsfor T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

o money borrowed ............ 45000.00 ,

Mayor Sperry has propounded the Idle printers are as scarce as hen's Total ..........................$444,801.10
State of Florida
irrefutable proposition that the stom- teeth in this part of the country. We County of Orange-ss. POSTOFFICE
need the help of a couple in this office I. Charles P. Dow cashier of the above
ach doesn't cease to work on Sunday, named bank do solemnly swear that the above
and in view of this enlightenmentthe but have been unable to secure statement is true to the best of my knowl-
edge and belief.
shop and stand keepers will be them. CHAS. P. DOW Cashier. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGOrlando's .
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
permitted hereafter to sell anythingto
.
17th day of January 1914.A.
eat and drink on that day. The General admission 75 cents. Maud X GOODWIN, Notary Public.
Powell, violin recital, L theater Correct-Attest:
is the other erne ,
mayor supported by com M. 0. OVERSTREET, _
missioners, and the ordinance prohibiting January 28. Reserved seats one dol S. Y. WAY -
lar. C. E. JOHNSON, .
the sale of soft drinks, fruits 1-15-llt Directors. -

p and cigars on Sunday will be nullified. I
.
The Sentinel congratulates the com- Favorite Shopping Place

missioners their sensible stand.
: {upon

People are prone to strain at gnats New Studebakers are HereFour

and swallow much larger animals in

observing Sunday as a day of rest Cylinder, Five Passenger Touring wig Removal Sale
and recreation.
Car $1,115.Four .
o STILL ONt
Cylinder Landau-Roadster $1,265.Six .
,
Seminole county is holding her first

session of circuit court, and the San- Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,

ford Herald celebrates the event by 1640. I.
,
printing the pictures of Judge JamesW. Pricesf.o.b. Orlando.All For Wednesday and TuursdayAll
Perkins and State Attorney Cary
D. Landis. This is a historic event! Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and
Satin Foulards in of and
Silk a splendid Range Designs Colorings
for Sanford, and in after years the starter---and every up-to-day equipment. Come

latest issue of the Herald will have around and see them..
become musty and yellow with age Regular Price 75c

and some descendant of Thomas K. I

Holly Bates or or Sheriff Forrest Hand Lake or Clerk or Robert Douglas San Juan Garage Co. Removal Sale Price 39cMARION

will take the paper down to the

3 Daily Sanford Times and show the editor All Night ServiceAJAX

i the curio and ask him to publish

something about it, and he will; then : : E. IvESs.

on the back page he will pick out TIRES guaranteediSOOO miles. Fiveper

Bob Holly's verse as an example of Orlando
cent off for cash Orange Avenue,
> Elizabethan poetry, quite interestingand

unique, and print that too.
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MAHLON GORE SELLS DEATH OF W. F. BARBEROne oD GDG GO GD
LAKE CONWAY -
GROVE TO E.H.WALKER f FAVORITE ATiI I I

S of Orange County's Oldest Citi., Remember these prices .

THE TUNER Mahlon Gore, the retired zens Suddenly Expires i I B.E MILLER, Manager gf I

ORLANDO, FLA. publisher, has just made a sale newspaper of his Yesterday at noon Mr. W. F. Bar-I I I i iI I good this week only.

f Lake Conway orange grove, formerly ber, one of Orange county's oldest f Matinee P. M. Night6:30 I
citizens, dropped dead at his resi-II i I
known as the Parramore grove, to Mr. I ADMISSION 5 CENTS f I I

Dr. P. Phillips is at Miami looking E. H. Walker, of Walker Bros. Co., dence, 305 West Pine street. Mr. Bar- DG GDGI GDaC (1) G J. I

after business matters.Dr. extensive growers and shippers. It is ber had just recently returned froma ProgramRex I

J. W. Semple an expert veteri- a bearing the grove of twelve acres, located visit was to seemingly his daughters enjoying at his Zellwoodand usual greatest sensational; drama, Tlie Yowe11-Biiokortli[
north
narian, of Palmetto, is in Orlando to- on end of Lake Con- good health when the summons came "Thou Shalt Not Steal"

The greatest moral lesson IOrlando's
way.With ever
the which took him from this earth to
day.Mrs.
grove is a tract of threeor
L. P. Bronson, one of Maife- 'the realm beyond. shown on the screen; complete in

land's estimable ladies, was amongOrlando's four acres of fine trucking land, The deceased was in his fiftyeighthyear two parts; 100 thrilling scenes.Nestor's Largest Store
lying between the
grove and the lake.It .
stirring western drama
welcome visitors yesterday.Mr. ,
and had been a resident of Or-
is
a picturesque spot, overlookingthe
"The
J. Lippman and Miss Lippman large lake, with a fine perspectiveview ange county all his life. For a number Brigand"Thursday "Quality Did It"

arrived last evening, stopping at the over two three of years he was one of the lead- Friday and Saturday:
miles
or of water.
and
Red Eagle Eky Eagle (real
New Grand with Mr. Saul Lippman. The whole is ing stockman and operated the prin. .,
advantageously locatedfor Indians), formerly of Miller Bros. ,111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ,*
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, irrigation if cipal market for years. He also owneda
irrigation should ever "101" Ranch, in all the Indian
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber be desired. Mr. Gore gives the nice orange grove which he had recently HiHMtMIIHtMMIiillitttltMMtftttttltttlMlimiMoney '
up dances, and rope tricks. The
1-2-tf disposed of at Boggy Creek. I
Shop. grove very reluctantly. Only advanc- greatest Indian team in the
Mrs. .F. F. Pruyn and Miss Genevieve ing years decided him to relinquish it. He leaves three daughters, Mrs. South. I

Pruyn arrived in Orlando last This is the third piece of valuable Claude Goolsby and Mrs. Marsh to Loan

property the I Goolsby, of Zellwood, this county, and 1
evening and are domiciled at the New veteran has disposed of
Grand. within the past two months, and : Miss Ethel Barber, who is at present COMMITTEE TO MEET i

closes out his making her home on the East Coast; I
orange growing inter- -
Rev. and Mrs. Campbell Gray leave
this morning for a brief visit to Ocala, ests. But he does not propose to sit also one son, :Mr. Cecil Barber, of this There will be a meeting of the I I Loans in sums of$500 to $3000

where they will be the guests of Mr. down and fold his hands. He has already city.The Orange County Democratic Executive

and Mrs. Schreiber.Mrs. begun the development of a funeral arrangements will note Committee at the court house ,in I! on IMPROVED INSIDE property for
tract Lake ) announced until the arrival of his '
on Gem :
'
W. E. Hall and Mr. J. I. Brown, Mary, which over- Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, January'
brother and sister of Mr. Lizzie Mc- looks Lake Gatlin, and commands a daughter, :Miss Ethel, who is expectedhere 31st, 1914, at 10 o'clock a.'m., for the I!i a term of FIVE years. Principal
view over a portion of Lake today. '
Alister of Elberton, Ga., are spend- Conway, purpose of recommending to the Gov-
Mr. Barber member of the
ideal was a and interest in
ing a few days with her. an and romantic spot, which he Orlando lodge of Woodmen. ernor a successor to fill the place I j. payable monthly :
'
proposes to make the most attractive made vacant by the resignation of I.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schaaf, of Erie, in instalments.IIIMIH I
spot Orange county. Mr. Walker W. L. Dolive, Supervisor of Registration -|'i .
Pa., are paying a visit to E. J. Streu- has secured FUNERAL OF MRS. NORMAN
a good thing. He plantedout
of Orange county, and transact-
ber at Conway. Mr. Schaaf is a ROBINSON
this more
commission merchant at Erie. grove than twentyfiveyears ing any other business which mar s. 7- wA-
ago. before it.
come ,j
Mrs. 0. R. Cohoon, mother of The funeral of Mrs. Norman Robinson -
SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. ,
Messrs. Robert and Allan Cohoon, returned Mr. Joe Ouerole, of Cincinnati, is will be held at the house, 301 JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. + flHHIHIIIHIIIIHI-IJJIU-f44-*
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last night from a 'lengthy visitto in Orlando today on business.Mr. East Concord avenue, at 2 p. m., T
Orlando, Fla., Jan. 20, 1914.FOUNDPhysician's 11111111111111111'11'11111'111111111111'111'1111.
her old home in Milford, Ohio. R. W. Wednesday, January 21st, 1914.
Kennedy, of Lexington,
Basket ball between Orlando high Ky., is among the late arrival at the I medicine Free Demonstration _
school and Summerlin institute Fri- San Juan. THOUSAND DOLLARS PLACEDTO case. ;
Owner can have same by calling at ,
day evening at the armory. Admis- Mr. and Mrs. J. Page LaugMin, of CREDIT OF PARK FUND this office and paying for this notice. 1:

sion 25 cents. 2t Mt. Dora, were among Orlando's visitors It I

Mr. W. T. Entrican is having erect- yesterday.Mrs. session The city yesterday commissioners directed one at thou-their I in r t n t

ed in Oakwood Park a pretty resi- E. T. McKnight and Miss LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
sand dollars be
to placed to the creditof
dence which will be occupied by him
of Boston
Quill,
are among those reg- the park commission. Flowers
and Mrs. Entrican as soon as com- istering at the San Juan yesterday.Mr. .

pleted.Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, of Chicago, "MUTT AND JEFF" ROSES, VIOLETS, Saturday January 24th.The Public
,
and Mrs. W. W.on, Miss and Mr. and Mrs. MacRae, of Ver-
Rena Wilson, Miss E. Kingsuury and mont, were among the guests regis- Tonight will be "jubilee night" at CARNATIONS, PANSIES, Cordially InvitedMr.
Miss B. arrived in Orlando the Orlando house when Gus
Bishop tering at the San Juan yesterday. opera POTTED PLANTS
last night and are stopping at the Hill's gorgeous production of Bud
Webb of the Loose.
Maud Powell, violinist, Lucerne traveling representative
San Juan. Fisher's famous cartoon play, "Mutt
theater, January 28. Auspices Metho- Wiles Co., will have charge of the demonstrationand
Mrs. W. D. Neres (a sister of Mrs.E. dist Baraca class. and Jeff, visits your city. Everybody
Reservations be- who reads a has COAL CHARCOAL I desires'to meet resident of Orlando and
L Bliss) and Mis3yixmise Sloan, gin January 23. One dollar. 1-15-llt newspaper seen ia every
both of Greenville, S. C., are the the funny "Mutt and Jeff" picturesand a! vicinity.
Mr. G. H. Williams and family and WOOD
i guests of Mrs. Bliss at her home on to see them is to laugh. They
i Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Deckleman, of To.
Jefferson street. would make the Egyptian Sphinx i
ledo, Ohio, arrived in Orlando yesterday Veneer Cores
Don't fail to see the basket ball and laugh. No mere play in the past dec- Seasoned Heart Pine i SANITARY GROCERY
expect to spend several daysin ade has left such a trail of merrimentas THE
game between the high school girls the city. Oak Wood
has this clever musical
and those of Summerlin institute Fri- comedy con-
day evening at 8 o'clock at the Mr. W. M. Davis has purchased ceit by the New York American's All sizes and lengths CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

several automobiles since they first clever cartoonist, Bud Fisher. Capac-
armory. Admission 25 cents. 2t Orlando food YardB. -
came into use, but he is now the ity audiences have greeted their appearance ; 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Mrs. Platt Coonley, of Coxsackie, '
proud possessor of an up-to-date four in every town and city .
N. Y., and Mrs. F. H. Platt, of Troy, for-I' W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
cylinder Buick, purchased yesterdayfrom tunate enough to have secured a
Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.
Pa., arrived several days and will
ago the Cook Automobile New York, Chicago, and Boston I CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.HMIIIIIIMIIIIMIIilllMIIIIMIIIIimmi.
'be the guests of Col. and Mrs. Pliny company.Dr. I Turpentine Chips Fence Posts
their absurd antics
I laughed over for ,
Norcross for the winter. H. W. Moore, of Santa Barbara.Cal. .
I months. Everywhere it has been pro- :
At 8 1-2 cents-costing from 15 ., was in Orlando yesterday and nounced the best musical comedy of : ifHMIIIIIiMHMHIMnMIMMMMtttM*
was a visitor at the Sentinel office. "
cents to 35 cents-for dainty floral,
the season, not alone in words, but I I'I
Co stripes, spots and check Lawns, in a He is delighted with this city, and box office records have been established -j I

large variety of colorings-on sale today had many pleasant things to say unapproached by any other at- : EE / Ov AI.., S.ALE
about it.
He is on his to the
at Marion B. Ives' Removal Sale. way
traction. All of this is
Panama canal zone. He was being indisputable : Commencing Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,
Eat what you want. evidence of real merit in the play I
shown about town by Col. S. H. Alle- for CASH.
Eat all you want. which should appeal to you as it has : Wool Underwear at cut prices
.i Take a postscript and forget it. man. .
to millions of other people, whom it
; For sale by all durggists. \
.
l-T-d&w-lyr Wednesday afternoon Mrs !:! T. has pleased. $30.00 Suits $20.50 $25.00 Overcoats $17.50 .

Miss Gladys Jones, of Miami, a Schreiber has invited a number of Suits. 17.50 20.00 Overcoats 14.75

niece of Mrs. Lizzie McAlister, is friends to enjoy a cup of tea informally Of 'course all the music lovers will 25.00 Suits 18.& Overcoats 13.50 f

staying a few days in the city. She with her and her house guests, be at the concert on Wednesday, the 22.50 15.75 16150 Overcoats 12.00

is on her way to spend a while with I Rev. Campbell Gray, former rector 28th; but why not everybody? Youcan't 20.00 Suits 14.75
afford to miss the
her uncle, Mr. J. I. Brown, of Elber- of Grace church, and Mrs. Gray, who perhaps you have been waiting inspiration for all SWEATERS HATS

ton, Ga. ;will arrive Wednesday noon from Or- your life, nor the music that will lift \
I lando for a brief visit. The occasion you out of yourself. It is something $3.00' Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats $3.50
Mrs. Laird W. Hendricks, of Brad- will be one of the most delightful of just to look at :Maud Powell, who Sweaters Hats
I 2.75
ford, Pa., who has been at Port Inglis the week.-Ocala Star. from a child has had one aim, and followed 2.50 i.7f 4.00
/vfor the past month, visiting her parents it out to the top-notch of sue- 2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 Hats 2.25

r Capt. and Mrs. R. A. Alfred, is Eat what you want. cess. How many do it? 120tfOSTEOPATHY i.CO Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75 ;:
Eat all want.
spending a while in Ocala before returning Take a postscript you and forget it. Remember we only handle the celebratedHart.Schaffner & Marx line ot Clothes.All'Men's .

home.-Ocala Banner. For sale by all druggists. and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale. (
lTd&wlyrW.
The best yet-twent-five! hundred

yards of Dress Lawns, in checks, DR. J. ,C .HOWELL
SCRUGGS & DICKSONThis
stripes, spots and dainty floral effects, I T. ENTRICAN, Hours, 10.12,3.5, and by appointment

costing from 15 cents to 35 cents a Offers to Orlando the'newest and best Xo extra charge for house treatment

yard, at 81-2 cents. Marion B. Ives' of decorating workmanship trade.in Phone the painting 636. and Telephone connections I store is the home of Hart Schaftner & Marx clothes

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:1 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 AMELlS AVENUE AT

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

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



FOR SALE-Two photo machines, EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply i HHIIIIimillllMIMIIIIIIIMMIMMMIIMMtHm
one National tin type and one Man- and electric'lights. 205 E. Robinson Orland hotel 1-6-tf
: iii'ORllT IT? del Minute photo camera, with four avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
YOUNG LADY desires position
hundred plates. Will sell cheap for ; gen-
: cash. Drop card to R. G. White, Win- ROOM FOR RENT, in private home; eral office work; references. Address -
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all conveniences. 311 N. Orange "M, Sentinel office. 1-13-lw
ter Park, Fla. l-21-3t I
i 40 acre tract. Fine land directlyon II I Ave. 1-18-tf I WANTED-Practical nursing by a

lake. Easily worth double if cut FOR SALE LARGE COMFORTABLE ROOMS, middle aged woman; maternity cases;
Five-room bungalow; three spacious furnished for light housekeeping. best references. Address "Nurse," Latest Patterns
'" up in 10 acre tractsOnly I piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod. Apply 315 W. Central Ave. 1-16-lw care Sentinel. 1-17-lt and Colors in
ern improvements. 506 Lexington St.
1-15-lm FOR RENT-House, furnished complete WANTED-Late model used automobile Ginghams and Percales
$800WANTED for one or two couples; all I roadster or touring car, for ,
FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre linen furnished; clean and new; desir- cash. Wm. R. Cunnigham, care WiI-
grove; five hundred grapefruittrees able location. Phone 515. lola hotel, Orange avenue. 1-14-tf See the new line ol
fifty tangerine trees, and 750 i.J
orange trees. Grove should pay for FOR RENT-Furnished large room, FOUND-A lady's gold watch Owner Ladies' Muslin Underwear
, itself in two years. Address P. 0. in modern home; bath, hot and cold can have same by calling at this
Box 105, Orlando, Fla. water; telephone; close in. 312 North office and paying for this notice.
12-18-d&w-tf I Main street. 1-16-lw l-18-6t

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with LOST-On the streets of Orlando, McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
modern conveniences; close in; electric stick pin, horseshoe shape, staff
Have Client for good orange grove. Desirable dwellings in Pittsburg, I I lights; no boarding house. 7 W. cross. Leave at this office and receive -
Pa. good income values from $1,500up. Robinson Ave., city. l-17-3t reward. l-16-6t
;
STORE
1 Price no objection if it has real value Will exchange for Orange county
preferred. What FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom WANTED-By young business woman -
attached to it. .For particulars property improved few hours work
stenographic
: have you to offer? Address, 305 East to persons wishing suburban I 128 S.
Church street, Orlando, Fla. accommodations; also 2 acres good I daily, or full time if preferred; machine Orange Ave
/ l-21-6t-ltw truck land, close in. Good dictation or notes; own type-
a nity for right person. opportu-j' writer. Address Miss W., 307 East rI
.FOR SALEA Sentinel. Pine St. l-18-3t
I
new two-story house, contains I
6 rooms and bath, all newly decorated.All .I I
e doors and windows screened. All II MMtHtMillttttHHiliMMIIIMHMHM"1SEE '

electric fixtures installed. Corner lot, I II "III ... ,
fine location. Best value in re; >idential .
property in Orlando. Fred B. --

Dale, owner, 312 Anderson street i!


Hand Bldg.-----,-Church--- St.-- l-16-6t QUICK SALE BARGAIN I, THE[ [ENTERPRISE[ [ MEAT l[ M [T

HUBBY WON DAETWYLERBUNGALOWS :
Ten-acre home half mile from city
. 21 East
Pine
limits. 220 orange and grapefruittrees. II Street
"Oh, yes, my husband is an enthu- Five-room house, good condi- I
.siastic archaeologist said Mrs. tion; barn; buggy, wagons, plows, : ORLANDO, FLORIDA
chicken and houses
Smith. "And I never knew it until pigeon ; irrigating
plant, $175 5-horse power Eldridge ,
yesterday. I found in his desk some engine, pump, Near lake. Fine citrus C
queer looking tickets with the inscription and trucking land. Owner leaving JUST OPENED
''Mudhorse, 8 to 1.: And city. Price $3,300. Terms. Address i MMMMMMIIMHIMtFOR I
Owner, P. 0. Box 745, Orlando, Fla. I
when I asked him what they were, he l-20-3t : Everything new and complete. As sani--

said they were relics of a lost race.Isn't .. FOR SALE cottage RENT, one-block Four-room off Orange furnished ave-"WANTED with six-years Position experience as a ,machinist and three, tary as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest

that interestingEverybody's.The An artistic and beautiful home; nue, Concord Park. $15.00 per month. years at technical school. AddressJ. Meats of all kinds.
F. Allen, Orlando, Fla. 1-21-3t
modern and complete in every partic- Inquire 706 W. Amelia avenue.
fool and his are soon ular. Seven large rooms and bath l-17-3t
money ;
AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, Fish and
Oysters in Season
immense closets. Screened sleepingand
parted, and the fool and her money FOR RENT-New nicely furnished subsoiling, tree planting, stump
rear porches; ten-foot veranda
for
double front room, suitable
.
a title. Same thing.PEOPLE'S blowing, orchard renovating land
marry ;
entire front. A few
across bearing
party of four friends; also small cleared for the Courteous attention service and
ready plow. Dynamiteand ; prompt
trees, flowers and shrubbery. New
----- ------ room modern in all respects. 114 E.
and near in, fine location. ; supplies. Estimates cheerfully prices right. Give trial.
St. M8-3t me a
Jackson |
WANTSMUNNDIAKERS Any one desiring an ideal home, furnished. L N. Lewis, 406 East St.,
address FOR RENT-Two-story'house, com- Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm
OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. pletely furnished. Ready for occupancy -
1-2-tf January 25th. Apply to FredB. YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
Dale, 306 Anderson street. ring 448 for the Arcade Press- J. A. COX, ProprietorPHONE
I HAVE FOR SALE 1.14-6t I ing Club. The boy will call. Club
Notices of Lost. Wanted. For Sale, For
rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work
Rent etc., for this column, 25c for one day House, 406 East Pine street; six APARTMENTS FOR RENT-Two, a spe- 105
r 25 COc words for three or days less. or Money$1.00 for must one accompany week, for rooms and bath; lot 60x120, with four and six rooms each; first, sec- cialty. 1-10-lm .

the advertisements fer this column, as no ,orange trees. One block from Lake ond and third floors. Apply Taylor's WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
Insertions will be made on credit EoFa. A desirable residence. Apartments, 1008 Hughey street, Or- ings and cut hair to 305 Garland
-- ---- -- - - I Block of 4 Jots on Mark street, cor- lando Heights. Cheapest in town. street. We will make them as desired IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJlllllllllllllllllllllllltReal
ner of Magnolia avenue; 142x245; 1,11-6t
FOR SALE or purchase same for cash.
grapefruit and trees. One of
orange FOR RENT-Furnished three room Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, the finest building sites in city. all
Two lots Lake Leora, 70x128 flat for light housekeeping; con II
on
on Court street. 12-5-tf veniences; central; rent cheap. In- LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B !
each
facing east and
; orange grape- ," somewhere the Orlando
on
fruit quire 23 E. Pine street, or phone 571.
FOR SALE-BIRD DOG-Large, trees. 1-11-lw streets Monday. If found, leave at the
finely marked and well bred. Will Grove of 12 acres on Colonial Drive, Sentinel office, and receive reward of I offer for $1,800 two-story, six-room cottage, ith
sell cheap if taken immediately. A. just within eastern city limits; over JUST VACATED-Three-room apart- $1.00. 1-1-tf rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.

Vivian, 811 Starkey street, or phone gerines.900 trees,Crop orange last, ,grapefruit season 3,400 and boxes.tan- ment, newly furnished, brass bed, Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
158. 1-20-3t 1 kitchen cabinet, enamel sink, and WANTED TO RENT for remainderof six-room
t Fenced and irrigated. gas bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
season, by family of three, small
wood stoves, electric portable lamp
FOR SALE Good, sound, gentle bay I Further information upon application and elegant in sitting room instantaneous furnished house in good neighborhood.House heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
rug ;
horse. Good worker and driver. heater in bath room. 301 must be clean and convenient. ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
Cheap. Address C. W. Tharp, Win- M6-lw L J. TOWNSEND, i East Livingston Ave. 1-21-lt Apply by letter to X. Y. Z., Sentinel furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.
ter Park, Fla., Box 90. 1-14-lw 308 Anderson St. office. l-14-6t
o House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
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FOR SALE-Three new bungalows; FOR REM Furnished 6-room house; strictly NOTICE lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I

modern conveniences deferred; good location; modern; fine location. Will rent for The books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

easy per payments cent interest; ; no agents.paymentsfive Ad- ROOMS FOR RENT, for light house- season or by year.. Cooper & Atha, voters in Orange county will be Open to all.
dress, in writing, Drawer 328. 1-17-tf keeping. 307 E. Pine St. 1-16-6t opposite postoffice, 1st floor. l-16-3t opened in my office at the Court
House on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten MISCELLANEOUS and will be kept open six days in ..
and tools,.best farm in county; Variety rooms and sleeping porch; central. each week, until the first Monday in
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fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant upi ly located; suitable for either one or WANTED-Good sewers; no others !March, 1914. ,
to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- two families. Address F. G. Rush, need apply. Apply to Mrs. W. L. ; W. L. DOLIVE,
lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf City. H-26-tf Burnett, at N. P. Yowell's. 1.18-3t 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration.



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"For Another's Crime"-(Reliance)-Drama. 2 reels "Trapped in a Forest Fire"-American).
"What Might Have,-Thanhouser-Dramao -' "Two Girls of the Hills"-Reliance).
. "Her Legacy"-K. B.). : -.
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"A Divorce Scandal-(Amer.)-Sensational Drama.
will find the pictures running at -
"The Helping Hand"-Majestic-Drama.( "The Frame-U p"-(Bronco). 2 reels. ,
"The Milkman's Revenge"-Thanhouser-Comedy.( ) "Weekly No. 46-(Mutual). =
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"Romance and Duty;(Majestic). 2 reels. Usual Good Music by the Lucerne :"His: First Case"-(American).
"Cohen Saves the Flag"-Keystone). I Orchestra The Four Hundred Dollar Bills"-(Reliance).
"His Uncle's Namesake"-Thanhouser( ). il

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MEDICINEThe I treffyk." We may make a guess at MMMIilltMIMittlMitlllHMMtMIMI*
Mr. Sumekr's nationality,for he avers I
large amount of olive oil con-I that the "Polls'yn Wiena dont toleret
sumed goes to prove that there must 1 dyrty strits,"and asserts further that Osteopathic Physician
be some merit to this article as a I there both "strits and sajdvoks are 132 Orange Avenue W. M. SLEMONS I
medicine. By leading thinkers of to-I svept klin befo 11 klak." This would II
day it is considered a valuable tissue .seem to be quite early and very commendable. Next door to People's Bank,
builder and by some is considered val- .-Times-Democrat.I up-stairs. Acute and chronic .
uable for.gall stones, and its medici- diseases treated.Telephone I
nal property as a mild laxative is a I It isn't necessary to sing at your New Goods
well known fact. I work if your business is humming. I I 578. I Arriving Daily j
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SPECIAL SALE
People buying olive oil should be Men.s' 1
very careful that they get virgin oil, We sell high grade Clothing Hats made
by John B. Stetson & Co.
whether it is to be used for medicineor January 12th to 17th InclusiveON
cooking. Although the pure food made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Boys' i
and drug act has prevented adultera- ;(
Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table,Linen and Towels.
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is still practiced to some xtent. Embroideries, Voiles and other Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. 1

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i .1111111111111111111111111111111.111111111111111111.1 meuse, black chiffon, pink roses.
Mrs. Earle Kettle, white crepe II 1 W i .''i ..
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chine, overdress of green =
pear trimmings.
Mrs. Ruth McIlvaine, blue
of the Condition of plaited charmeuse, lace and ; .
Report \ '" la valliere. ? l\ massaal Bank: 1
Mrs. E. T. Jackson, lilac
: THESTATE Miss Mary Branham, blue
meuse, touches of gold embroidery. as rendered to
Miss Dorothy Cooper, white I
of the Currency -
meteor and lace. ) 13, 1914
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BANK Mrs. Scruggs, gray crepe -
and lace.
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Mrs. M. 0 .Overstreet, yellow 111
caded charmeuse and ____$193,075.19 -- :
: cream lace
I of Orlando Mrs. DeWitt Miller, white crepe ___________ 98,390.61 ;::f _
I chine and lace. Safety De t
: Miss Vida Miller, green and Fixtures 30, 36.52

at .the close of business January 15, 1914, in compliancewith : overdress of Dresden chiffon. from .n,
______ 122,709.73
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: Miss Sallie Biggs, blue crepe i ---- :
Chapter 6427, Laws of Florida. I chine and lace.
: Miss Helen Biggs, white crepe. $444,612.05 !-i
RESOURCESLoans : chine and lace. Liabilities --=
I Miss Jean Person,
and Discounts _____________________$499,198.10 : chiffon over satin, white canary lace. ___________$ 50,000.00
Overdrafts ______________________________ 234.04 I I Mrs. A. A. Carmack, blue ___________ 10,000.00 -
Stocks and Bonds ________________________ 69,496.79 : teor, white lace. crepe ________ 2,700.76
Furniture and Fixtures ___________________ 13,034.80 : Miss Shepard, blue accordion ___________ 21,000.00
Real Estate _____________________________ 9,285.50 I ed chiffon, overdress of blue and ___________ 45,000.00 _-
Cash and Due from Banks _____________..__ 299,478.90 I. net. ___________ 315,911.29

: Miss Holly, pink charmeuse, = $444,612.05
$890,728.13 : Dresden net. :
< LIABILITIES : Mrs. Fort, American, Beauty

Capital Stock __ $ 50,000.00 meteor, lace. Growth
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Surplus ________________________________ 35,000.00 : Mrs. Ralph Yearby, Irish
Undivided Earnings ______________________ 4,211.78 : over yellow satin. Deposits =
Dividends Unpaid ________________________ 304.00 Miss Alma Delaney, yellow I r
meteor shadow lace. 26 1912 74,849.92
Deposits ________________________________ 801,212.35 $
Mrs. D. C. Thompson, white 4, 1913 128,884.60
$890,728.13S. over satin. 4, 1913. 157,684.98
Mrs. James Calder, white silk, .
and tuoches of black net. 9, 1913. 185,875.96
WATERS HOWE, Cashier.
Miss Emily Tippins, white 9, 1913 213,061.50
chine, silver trimmings.Miss 21, 1913. 255,752.86
: Smith, white net over
Miss Sara Slemons, blue crepe 1914, $315,911.29
teor, white marabou.
llimillMHIIItlimMHIIMMMIiimillillilM Miss Emily Miller, purple
chine, crystal trimmings.
Mrs. H. L. Beeman, pink ,

II CONFEDERATE[ BALL BRILLIANT SUCCESS I chine.Miss Lucy Gage, pink I f

satin.

The annual Confederate ball held i ly, known as yet, will amount to near- Miss Ruth Thompson, , " "c
in the armory last evening proved a ly one hundred and fifty dollars, voile over white satin.
t marked success in every way, notably which is to be given to the Soldiers' Miss Dowell, white satin, lace
so in the large attendance and the Home in Jacksonville. dress, gold trimming. .
afforded to each Mrs. Dow ll, black satin.
enjoyment participant Many exquisite gowns were worn,
__ ; in the excellent music, the !noted among them the following: Mrs. Christ, blue crepe de
:. bright and appropriate decorations, Mrs. L. P. Lawrence, black net over pink trimmings. OIL
and the delightful supper. white satin, poinsettias.Mrs. Miss Palmer, white Swiss :
Only those who have aided in sim- Robt. Howe, figured chiffon dered in rosebuds.
t ilar preparations can realize the im-. over satin. Miss Clara Holland, shadow : For
: mense amount of work involved lot Mrs. J. N. McElroy, brocaded satin, over rose charmeuse. :
t an affair of this kind; the numerous lavender chiffon with silver trim- Miss Blanche McCamey, 125tf"f:
details demanding thought and time mings. chiffon over green messaline.Mrs. MEDICINAL USE
and care if success is to crown they Miss Fannie Robinson, white crepe Earle Gore, pink ,
whole. chine, flowered chiffon.
meteor, overdress of brocaded satin.
The Annie Coleman Chapter,Daughters Mrs. B. M. Robinson, blue silk ra Mrs. Beacham, black velvet : IMPORTED OIL
1 of ,the Confederacy, is to be tine with touches of marabou. white chiffon embroidered in
Miss Berta Beacham, white net I
congratulated upon the standard Miss Mary Scruggs, shadow lace
achieved, and each of the several com- over brocaded yellow'satin. broidered in pearls. : '
I": mittees upon the efficient manner in Miss Rosina Jacocks, cream net Miss Irish, white net, with '
: which all fulfilled their respective du- over satin, pink roses; of silver. above all l, be particular when
ties, contributing thereby to the suc- Mrs E. LaRue Bliss, white marquisette lace.Mrs. D. M. Topliff, black satin spices, your extracts. In making up
cess of the affair. over crepe de chine.
Miss Frances Topliff, I 2 our delivery boy is at service.
your
The armory presented one of the Mrs. A. G. Branham, lavender crepe, ,
Beauty charmeuse, overdress of
gayest of its many festive scenes. cream lace.
'i Everywhere the bright red and white Miss Hyer, pink embroidered ba- diamonds. OIL Pint 50c. .
q. of many streamers, and the numerous Mrs. Caruthers, blue brocaded "
$1.00
tiste.Mrs. Qt.
flags, large and small, gave patriotic E. S. Hyer, white mull, with bouquet of pansies.
J. aspect, with the soft green of graceful pink satin. Miss Ada Reed, pink brocaded "Gal. 3.50
f bamboo boughs to harmonize the i Mrs. S. G. Dolive, black lace over Mrs. W. C. Person, violet
':' whole. The many colored tints of exquisite I violet crepe de chine. chine and lace.
t evening gowns added further Miss Ruby Platt, white charmeusewith Mrs. Keller, Dresden chiffon .
;. rich effect, and guests who did not lace. charmeuse.Mrs. & ABERNETHY
I care to join the dancers found ample Mrs. Neves, gray silk poplin, vio- Louis Dolive, blue satin
\ enjoyment as lookers-on. lets. lace.Mrs. FLORIDA J

i The reception committee, composedof Miss Ada Bumby, blue crepe de A. F. Bell, blue silk and , , 1111111111111111111 ,. S
Mrs. E. L Bliss, Mrs. A. G. Bran-1 chine, and cream lace. Mrs. Villeneuve, blue and
ham, Mrs. Overstreet, Miss Agnes I Miss Lucy Gage, pink brocaded striped crepe de chine.
Person, Miss Lendrum, Capt. B. M. satin. Mrs. Wamsley, white : : n. ICI CU
Robinson and :Mr. Robert Howe, ex- Miss Howard, white lace with voile. t
Y tended a cordial welcome to each touches of pink satin. Mrs. Barlow, blue silk.
guest, as would the president of the Mrs. Howard, black satin with lace. Miss Barlow, white lingerie.
chapter, Deaconess Parkhill, could she I Miss Mayme Thornton, yellow sat- Mrs. J. D. Barnes, blue I
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have been present. in, black velvet and lace. chine.
The enlivening strains by the or- Miss Hart, American Beauty mat- Miss Annie Small, brown '
chestra from the Grand soon filled the talasse. white trimmings.Miss .

floor with merry dancers, to whom j Mrs. Hal Beardall., sea shell pink lona Speer, shadow lace from will
the delicious punch, for which Mrs. charmeuse, pearls. pink. us you o
Jacocks is justly famous, was the cen- Mrs. Chester Goodrich, yellow crepe Miss Lillian Smith, white
ter of attraction in the brief inter- meteor, overdress of rainbow net, am- satin, and lace. NOTHING over
vals. ber ornaments. Mrs. F. W. Barlow, pink
Dancers and spectators alike were :Miss Agnes Person, cream lace over Mrs. V. H. Green, white crepe and good taste
ready to enjoy the bountiful supper, satin. teor.
prepared and served in a most appe- Miss Mollie Lendrum, black satin Come and
tizing manner under the leadership with lace. MR, AND MRS. WESCOTT TO see.

of Mrs. Way and Mrs. Abernethy, Miss Marion McCullough, white TERTAIN FORMALLYThe o
with Mrs. J. N. McElroy, Mrs. J. B. lingerie over pink.
Lawton, Mrs. S. N. Yowell, Mrs. D. Miss Katherine Badger, white lingerie -: following invitation has
W. Currie and :Miss Helen Briggs as over pink, pink ribbons. gladly welcomed by the many
able assistants.On Mrs. Blythe- Watson. -pink silk crepe. of Mr. and Mrs. Wescott, with CO Jewelers fl
the decorating committee were de chine, over pink, white lace. pations of a delightful l''
Mrs. Chas. Campbell, Mrs. Lee Miller Mrs. M. J. Daetwyler, blue crepe their'beautiful home: ;
Miss Fannie Robinson, Miss Wil- meteor, white lace, red roses. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant
lie 'Person and Miss Rita Lawton. Miss Irish, white net brocaded in request the pleasure of your Reliable Repairing
The floor committee was composedof silver, over pink. Thursday, January :
:Mr. S. Y. Way, Mr. LeRoy B. I Miss Norma Beacham, white net, nineteen hundred fourteenat : ===
Giles Mr. H. N. Dickson, Dr. Aber- embroidered in jewels, white mara eight o'clock -
nethy and Mr. W. P. Watson; another bou. Lucerne Circle congratulate Mr. LIVING PICTURES :
kind assistant being Mr. Jenkins Do. Miss Mahady, white crepe meteor Orlando's poet, Mr. Victor Starbuck, ;
live, who handled the tickets. overdress of handpainted net, corsage ROUND TABLE : is a prominent young 'has written a poem on Ponce de Leon
Other ladies who assisted in mak- bouquet of violets. which will be read and illustrated
of this and is
city very I'
the Lucerne theater
the ball The Round Table will meet on February 5r8L
ing a success were MesdamesL Miss Sloan, pink charmeuse with ; his friends-Florida 117tf.
H. Lawrence, Josiah Ferris, M. 0. white lace, pink rosebuds. at 8 o'clock. There will be a

Overstreet, Philip. Slemons, A. W. Mrs. Edwards, green satin, drap- discussion of Utopian Socialism W. T. ENTRICAN, ,
Bumby, Arthur Barlow, Fuller, Robt. eries of black lace and satin, lilies of book reviews by Mrs. Helen Painter and interior decorator
Howe, D. C. Thompson, Scruggs, A. the valley. Starbuck and Dr. J. C. hair dressing, massage, ideas and old ones, too. Fhone
M. Harris, Chas. Lartigue, E. L Bliss, Mrs. Abernethy, lavender crepe me- who are interested are drier. Gem Barb Expert workmen employed.
W. P. Watson, and Misses Mary Robinson teor, lace. \ vited. 1-2-tf 1-21-lm
Margaret Hart, Mary Howard, Mrs. Ora Fenner, yellow safin with I
Agnes Person. I white lace. Warman Repairs and Retires the news, you need Ii If you want the news, reed' the
The proceeds, although not definite. Mrs. Susie R. Miller, black char- Carriages on Court street. o Sentinel

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