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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 22, 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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Volume ID: VID00310
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.)
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1 :, \ THE MORNING SENTINEL



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

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



VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22,1914. NUMBER 296.

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, BUSINESS U DISTRICT J I J OF f OVIEDO[ I ISL OPPOSITION Of FRUIT AND T TO SUNDAY DRINK N STAND OPENING[ I BAPTIST G GROWTH T CHURCH H O DURING SHOWS LAST H T YEAR GREAT G [ r PRESIDENT[ [ GETS[ PLEDGE[ [ J THAT A J HIS I IJ





k L SWEPT[ OUT BV y [EARLY l Y MORNING fm[ County He Solicitor Is Sworn InfractionsThe Serves to Prosecute Notice That Business Which. Committees Meeting Officers of Are Congregation Chosen Elected and at J TRUST U J PROGRAM r Will BE[ RUSHED U [ .'




announcement made in yester At the annual business meeting of { NUl' -

FRANTIC WOMEN WEEP AS RAILROAD CROSSINGS TO Bf SUB day's Sentinel that the city commis- the First Baptist church, held last ELECTION JANUARY z Z4 AND HOLDS CONFERENCE WITH I,


MEN FIGHT MAKE WITH FLAMES HOPELESS J JCT[ T Of CONFERENCE[ [ [ TODAY sioners cigars and would soft allow drinks the sale on of Sunday fruits, night standing, the committees following were officers elected:and CANDIDATE[ ANNOUNCED[O ADAMSON COMMITTEE AND MEMBERSOF :

hereafter brought forth a consider- Deacons-Samuel A. Newell, A. J. 3

Coast Line Superintendent to Meet able protest yesterday, and some out- Mosteller, A. B. Johnson, J. H. Tucker Unusual Situation Faces City Com 1

With Commissioners and See spoken comments were heard. M. E. Weeks, A. W. Barlow, and missioners Who Will Prepare ,

LITTLE INSURANCE HELD What Can Be Done County Solicitor Starbuck became Geo. W. Phillips.TrusteesW. Today for Holding Election TO CREATE COMMISSIONi

active at his typewriter and served E. Stevenson, W. M. 1

Division Supt Mike Crown of the 'I notice through the newspapers thatit Davis, and A. Y. Fuller. Though an election has been called 3

SEVERAL PROMINENT CITIZENS Atlantic Coast Line will meet the city was his sworn duty to prosecute infractions Church Clerk-Robert J. Stevenson. for Saturday, January 24, to fill the COMPOSED OF FIVE MEMBERS 1

commissioners today at 10 o'clock to of the law that forbade the Treasurer-Robert L. Bunch. position of city bond trustee to take
LOSE ALL AND TOWN LEFT AT SALARY OF $10,000 EACH J
confer about the matter of repairingthe opening of stores on Sunday, and the Financial Secretary-Eugene Reid. the place made vacant by the resigna-
ALMOST DESTITUTE OF railroad crossings. A representative -I expected happened in another direc- Auditing Committee-J. P. Hol- tion of Mr. E. F. Sperry when he as TO SEE THAT TRUSTS J'

DAILY NECESSITIES, of the roadway department will tion when one gentleman came in and brook, J. L. Empie, J. 0. Spinks. sumed the office of mayor, no candi- REGARD LAW 1

accompany Mr. Crown and vill be ordered the Sentinel to be stopped Press Committee-L. E. Tomlinson. date has announced, and two days "

One of the most disastrous fires prepared to carry out the decision of instanter, because this paper had com- Director of the Choir-Geo. W. prior to the election no candidate is Special to the Sentinel.Washington .
Jan. 21.
-President ]
i ever chronicled in the state occurredat the conference from information mended the commissioners for their Phillips. in the running.It Wilson
tonight at a White House con- i
Oviedo, a prosperous town in Sem- gained first hand. I I sensible conclusion that blue Sunday Music Committee-The director of is probable that a similar ference secured pledges from Chair- 1

inole county sixteen miles from Or- Street Commissioner S. A. Johnson laws were injuring the town and forc- I the choir will look after all music. tion has never existed in local situa-I man Adamson and the Democratic

lando, early yesterday morning. The is determined to get action from ing unnecessary deprivation upon visitors Committee on Visitation of the ipal affairs. The position ) members of the house committee a

entire business section of the town the railroads in repairing the crossings and others. Sick-Mrs. A. Y. Fuller, chairman; honorarium of two hundred dollars a interstate and on
foreign commerce that 1
was destroyed with the exception of and that near the fair grounds I'I It was reported yesterday that a i Mrs. A. J. Dunaway, Mrs. S. H. Kil- year, and there is little to do. It is they would rush through the trust 1

the postoffice, Dr. C. J. Marshall's is to have first attention. The question spotter would make the rounds Sun- I gore, Mrs. W. E. Stevenson, Mrs. E. a job carrying a good deal of prestigeand legislation.The -;

drug store and the brick store of was discussed at a meeting of day to report all infractions of the I P. Edgerton, Mrs. 0. N. Larson, Mrs. one which does not require much committee is to draft bills cre-

Lawton Bros. The last mentionedwas the city council some time prior to Sunday closing law with a view to Belton Long, Mrs. M. E. Weeks, Mrs. work nor pay much money. The im- ating a federal trade commission and

the only structure in the business the first of the year, and the councilwas having dealers handled in the crimi- Chas. Phillips, Mrs. W. M. Davis, Mrs.J. portance of the position is not dis- giving authority to the interstate

district: which was not damaged by advised by City Engineer Ram- nal court. It is doubtful if any care D. Prescott counted, however, because of the compensation -I commerce commission to regulate

the flames. The postoffice and the drug ; sey that it would be unwise to attempt to take the risk of a criminal prose- Relief Committee-Mrs. F. N. and the small demands stock bonds and other securities issued

store caught several times and were ; to repair the crossings until cution for selling a few five-cent cigars Boardman, chairman; Mrs. J. M. i II made upon the incumbent, for it is by the railroads. The president- '

saved only by repeated efforts. the grades for the street paving had but the experiment will be Cook, Mrs. F. V. Phillips, Mrs. R. M. one which should be filled by a busi recommended this legislation in his !

The fire originated in the drug been determined. Commissioner John- watched with interest in any event. Bennett, Mrs. D. J. Dykes, Mrs. M. E. ness man of tried acumen and re- trust j,

store of D. D. Daniels, and was discovered son is not disposed to wait an indefi-R Limmerick, Mrs. C. T. Hungerford,, sponsibility. Mr. E. G. Duckworth I I I Chairman message.Adamson couldn't JI

at 2 o'clock. While the cause nite time to get the crossings in repair Mrs. W. L. Dolive, Mr. R. H. Wright,, and Mr. Dave Lockhart are the other': ise prom.
PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY Y f FOR R I the president how soon these bills
of the fire is not known the fact that I however, and the purpose of the Mr. W. P. Miller. members of the board. I would be reported by the committee, J

the gasoline lights were left burningin conference today is to discuss the Look-Out Committee-Mrs. S. A. Not only has no one announced for I
but he
gave assurance that his committee -
PENSACOLA[ NEWS
the store gives cause for the sur- proposition with a view to having the ; Newell, chairman; Mrs. A. W. Bum. bond trustee but there have been no would rush the work. The

mise that the conflagration started in crossings put in condition without delay by, Mrs. A. P. Curry, Mrs. A. B. Johnson , suggestions as to the fit and proper house judiciary committee has

some manner, from them, though it with due regard to the more per- Creditors Ask That Receivers Be ,ApI. Mrs. E. J. Carter, Mrs. E. H. person to fill the place. It is likely pared a draft of the bill creating pre-a

was'no unusual thing for the lightsto manent work that will have to be I. pointed fOf the Afternoon Paperin Gore, Mrs. F. L. Swearingen, Mrs,. that the day will bring forth some trade commission. This is to be pre-

remain burning dimly during the done after street grades are fixed. Pensacola M. 0. Overstreet, Mrs. J. H. Tucker!, announcements, or at least one. The sented to the house and referred to

,. night The flames were bursting I Mrs. J. W. Windham, Miss Eunice DeLaney -. city commissioners will prepare today the Adamson
committee. It
through the top of the building when I IJ I Mrs. W. A. Irvine, Mrs. J. W. .for the election, and the names must -provides
Pensacola Fla. Jan. involuntary -
21.-An
,
for
.. a commission! of five at salariesof
first noticed, and must have been in J MAY VISIT SCEMEOFAILCED[ [ petition in bankruptcy was Jackson, Mr. F. W. Topliff, Mr. Frank : go on the ballot $10,000 a year each. to be appointed -
before dis-
for time
progress some filed against the News Publishing Regero. by the president

covery.A CATTLE[ STEALING i company, publishers of the Pensacola Ordinance Committee Mrs. A. J. I G CORRIE STATUE E10 BE PUT IN
wind blowing from
strong was Mosteller chairman Miss Mollie Len-
Evening News, late last night by L. ; BANK AND LUMBER FIRM FAIL

'. the southwest mercantile and store H. was B. McCal'1'sgeneral the next' Baxter Case Bids Fair to Become One W. Nelson, on behalf of a number of dram Pulpit, Mrs.Committee-The E. H. Westover.deacons. STATUARY HAll f FEBRUARY[ 4 AT CARRABELLE, FLA,
out of town creditors, and the insol-
to catch, and the course of the flames of the Most Famous in vency of the company was admitted.A Finance Committee-The advisory Carrabelle, Fla., Jan. 21.The Car-

went then to the barn, to the general Court Annals receiver will be appointed by board. Florida Delegation in Congress,, to rabelle State bank failed to open this

mercantile stores of W. H. Howard Hon. W. B. Sheppard, United States Ushers (for morning-F. N. I Prepare Appropriate Program for morning, and is temporarily closed .
and J. B. Jones the barber shop and Sanford, Fla., Jan. 21.-The second Board-I
,
I judge, probably with power to con- man, and R. M. Bennett, Exercises at Capital pending .examination by the comp-
the street to the Oviedo Hard- week of the circuit court session has I : '
across Evening Ushers-S. A. Newell, and troller. -
1 tinue operations of the paper, pend- I
ware and Furniture company's store; begun and there are animated scenes ing sale of the property. II Thomas B. Phillips, chairman.The I Jan. 21. A of Directors were in session this morn-
meeting
next to W. M. Jacob's meat market around the court house. Perhaps the made in the various' Washington, ing, and will
showing meet this
I I While no schedule of assets and lia- the members of the Florida delega- again after-
and W. H. Howard's warehouse. Z. that is attracting the most wide-,
case :bilities is available, it is understood reports was at once highly commend- tion in will be held duringthe noon to determine the best policy to
Spinks, who.had an office and living spread attention is that of the state of the work of Dr. Poulson, as congress pending the
that the total debts of the News aggregate atory week to make pursue reopening.
rooms over Howard's store, lost all of Florida against Arnold Baxter for II I $25,000 to $30,000, with reasonably man and pastor. He has been in Or- tions coming for placing the handsome prepara-statue There is no anxiety felt for the de.

t of his effects. the larceny of ten head of cattle, : good assets of approximatelyi I lando just six months, and since his voted the of Florida to positors expect the bank to open
legislature ,
by
f total loss is estimated at be- which butchered and the hides
The were
: coming the membership of the church again in a few days it below
i $12,000 to $14,000, excepting creditors the of Dr. John Gorrie who as was
: memory ,
tween $50,000 and $60,000. Messrs. buried. The alleged stealing was i
secured by mortgage. 'I'II has been increased by 125 members. the reserve.
born in Charleston but who later
Howard, McCall, Daniels and Jones down near Lake Howell. Baxter is Some forty of this number came in was The Judson Lumber
Several the News was i corporationwas
I I years ago moved Apalachicola, Fla., and
( o
all had insurance but the amount carried being defended by Davis & Giles, attorneys -
purchased by W. B. Crawford, backed I II with the Emmanuel Baptist congre- the thrown into the hands of a receiver -
does not cover their losses by a of Orlando, and the state is when that church was reunited achieved great renown as being W. G. Cates of White
gation ,
I I financially I by T. A. Jennings, from inventor 0f the first ice making ma- Springs,
large sum. represented by Attorney Cary D. Lan- : I. B. Hilson, who was then in posses- with the First Baptist, but aside from chine in the world. being named as permanent receiver.

Capt. T. C. Brannon, of Oviedo, dis, of DeLand. The defendant has Ision.I I Subsequently, Mr. Crawford this the increase shown is unusual.Dr. Letters have been received by mem- This corporation owns extensive tim-

brought the news of the fire to Orlando about forty witnesses and the state ,'stepped out. A little later H. A. Poulson is putting into effect bers of the delegation asking that ber lands and large sawmill here is
,
yesterday lIe was one of the has about fifteen. It is expected that : Felkel, H. H. Miller, 0. M. Johnson, the same system of organizationwhich they get together and introduce the worth $400,000. Depression and low

'" heavy losers. He carried no insur- this case will consume most of the I I and S. A. Sanborn, held all the stock, he has employed successfullyin customary resolutions looking to the market of lumber given as causes of
and his loss at time this week as the jury will haveto The church failure.
; ance, placed $3,500. but the general: understanding was former pastorates. of the statue by the
presentation
S-L He stated that the scenes in the little visit the place at Lake Howell,I. that T. A. Jennings was the backer of work is divided among committees, state of Florida, in Statuary Hall at

: : town during the progress of the where it is alleged the theft was I the News through all its vicissitudes. and each will have some important the capitol. Congressman Emmett SOCIETY GIRlS AT PETERSBURG TAKE
made. The jurors are as follows:
fire were most heart rending. Women I During October last the purchase of thing to do, and when matters of any Wilson, of Pensacola, who has chargeof
and children Clifford Bell, B. A. Howard, B. W. attention will have it 10 flYING fAD
frantically
# ran the property by C. B. Hanson was kind need they the matter, said today that in all
-, about the streets and wailing Anderson, John Adams, W. E. Allen: and effectively from the
weeping -
; announced, and later on it was stated promptly probability a meeting of the delega-
while the men waged their hopeless and Edward Nelson. that Albert Hanson was also inter- committee to which it is referred.The tion would be held within the next St. Petersburg, Fla., Jan. 21.-St

L battle against the flames. There ested to a certain extent. Following financial report was also gratifying, determine Petersburg promises to become. cen-
two to an ex
t k is no fire protection at Oviedo and POMEROY P riNDS PEOPlE OF f OSCEOLA :the removal of C. B. Hanson to Jack- and the church begins its new year ina act day date or for the presentation.The upon. ter of aviation, with three kinds of I
methods airboats running here. The Benoist
the
f employed to extinguish sonville, where the Hanson estab- fine condition. commission which is handlingthe

t the flames were of the most primitive [ENTHUSIASTIC fOR fAIR lished the Jacksonville News, the Pen- Florida end desires resolutions introduced company has a boat here that is mak-

: character. The drug store and post- sacola News has been in charge of MRS S GOELET[ SUES[ mR D DW ORCE[ AND similar to those which were ing regular runs between St. Peters-

:;, office which were saved only by hard Mr. C. K. Pomeroy, road agent for Ben. H. Thomas as manager for C. B. offered when the statues to Houston burg and Tampa. Roy Morris, who

work were covered with wet blankets, the South Florida Midwinter exposi- Hanson. It is asserted here that C.I LEAVES[ fOR flORIDA and Austin, of Texas, were offered, uses a Curtiss boat, is coming, and

and in this manner kept free from the tion, returned yesterday from a tripto B. Hanson never invested a cent in and it is stated in the letters received Weldon B. Cooke, who has a mono-
holocaust which Osceola He brimmingwith Special to the SentineL plane boat of a distinct type, is here.
devoured the buildings county. was
the
it it said secureda
news, although ,
New York, Jan. 21.-Mrs. Elsie here that the statue will be in Wash-
about them. the news that at St. Cloud and I The last two expect to bring their
; loan of $7,000 from the First Na- I
y Whalen Goelet, of Newport and New ington about February 1, and it is
Kissimmee and in other of boats and some rare tests of air craft
!. As a result of the grocery stores portions tional bank, which it is said went into I York, filed papers today in the superior thought desirable to place it in posi-
will be made
the county he found the fair spirit during the next few
and their contents being destroyed, the property. C. B. Hanson has not court of Newport asking for a tion about February 4.
working at fever heat, and the peopleare weeks. The Benoist company has
r* Capt. Brannon said that the town was been in Pensacola since the middle of I decree of absolute divorce from her When Mr. Wilson was seen todayhe
going to make an exhibit which shipped three more boats to St. Pe-
left without provisions enough to last December, and the general belief ex- husband, Robert Goelet, son of Ogden said that he would at once act in
they to the individual ,. tersburg and these are expected
expect capture any
im more than a couple of days. If the ists that he practically abandoned the Goelet, who possesses property val- accordance with the request from the
county premium and several others in day. Flying is the craze in St. Pe.
town had been located at tome remote property ued at $35,000,000. Mrs. Goelet alleges Florida commission and would call
the general list Banners are tersburg just now and many winter
: place the people might today be that her husband has been the delegation together without delay.As .
stretched across the streets in St. visitors here have taken trips. Miss
in actual need of the ordinary neces- MIDNIGHT IS TIME FOR GOOD guilty of "extreme cruelty and other soon as this is done an exact
Edwina Ames
Cloud and Kissimmee advertising the a well known society
sities. FOLK TO HIT HAY misbehavior and wickedness repug- date will be agreed upon and proper
fair and urging the people to make girl, is the first to go up at night,
nant to and in violation of the mar- arrangements made for the acceptance
ready for the big event."I however. The boat was not ready un- '
VARDAMAN TELLS' PRESIDENTOF can't say too much about the way Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 21.-Midnight riage covenant. Late today Mrs. of the statue by the speaker of til dark Sunday afternoon, so that she I
I Goelet and her two children and a the house and the vice-president.
HIS OPPOSITION TO NEGRO the people in Osceola have taken hold is to be the deadline for respectability lost her chance to take a ride, which
retinue of servants left for Florida. It is expected that many prominent
in Indianapolis. Such had been booked
r of the fair idea, said Mr. Pomeroy. for the afternoon. ;t<
understood she will spend the Floridians will be present when this
It is
a' Sp. U! to the SeI1UntLWashington "Enthusiasm is at high pitch, and was the order issued yesterday by I Tony Janus, the pilot of the boat, -
southern coast handsome statue is unveiled and of-
the
Jan. 21. "I'm goingto the people are taking pains and pridein Samuel Parrott, superintendent of winter on said he would take her up at night if ,'I
fered to the nation and it is also quite
oppose the confirmation of any negro preparing exhibits. They are cer- police. Persons found on the streets she was game and she went with him,
SENATOR CULLOM DYING likely that South Carolina will takea
in federal office," said Senator tainly going to make a grand exhibit, after midnight are to be regarded as although it was so dark the boat ..,
keen interest in the proceedings be-
James K. Vardaman of Mississippi to one that Orange county and all Flor- suspicious characters until they prove Special to the SentmeLWashington could not be seen a hundred yards
cause of the fact that Dr. Gorrie
President Wilson in conference with ida may be proud of too. It made me their respectability.THE Jan. .-After rally once away. Mrs. J. K. Stewart, wife of a t
lived in the latter state. ..
the president today. The senator referred feel good to see the fine spirit of ing for a time during the middle of Chicago millionaire, who is here on :

especially to the appointmentof these people. They are enterprisingand WEATHER the day former Senator Cullom, of her yacht, took a trip with Janus yes-

Judge Terrell as judge of the mu- they're going to surprise some of I Illinois, began to fail today and to- New novels on our 50 cent table terday. Her daughter and Mrs. G. E. '

nicipal ,court of the District of Co- the other counties. Look out for Florida: Fair Thursday; colder in night it was believed that his death. for that library. We have one for Baxter also took short trips, all of

7 lumbia.J them." east portion. Friday, fair. was a matter of only a few hours. you. Curtis & O'Neal which were successful. ,,'



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LOCALS I MMMMMMHIIIMIiimittllMMIIiMMMMIMMMHas
IMIIIMM iiiiiiiiii1Today

Climate is our principal asset, and

one sure Florida must you brand.get live the here The best to purest, enjoy which air it.is to the Be be u w N r rJ Servi ce I at


had is in Tangerine, a high point in

Florida.Mr. MONTGOMERY MOTION PICTURE Co's
W. S. Jameson has moved his

family to DeLand, where he has been always been accepted in Orange County as the

working at the carpenter trade for best to be obtained. No one has ever complained
several months.
Two years ago the great express and no oneever will, because our trees are the best Grand Theatre"A

companies accepted our business with and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
the air of granting us a favor. It i is

different now, since we can send a Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who HOMESPUN TRAGEDY," Featuring Ned Finley and Edith Storey.

fifty pound package by parcel post. ever heard of an ignored claim? To save her step-son, a young wife arouses her husband's anger. He accuses
Mr. F. D. Sullivan took Mrs. W. I. her of duplicity. Her motive explained, he begs her forgiveness.
Layton to Tavares Saturday to takean We offer you first choice Irom the largest stock
examination for "A PLANT WITH NERVES "
postmaster at Pathe.
in the world for this season's planting and
success
-
-1. Tangerine. She was accompanied by your
her husband and Miss AdelaideBonynge. with our stock is already assured when your "ST. CLOUD AND ITS ENVIRONS," Pathe.

grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and "THE SILVER GRINDSTONE of
per- ,
one Selig's best
Mrs. Flora Peckham, a former win one reel comedies,
sonal inspection ol your land when requested on in which a luck accident regenerates Westerner..
ter resident, is back among us. Mrs any
Peckham has many friends here who planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto
Last week of
Hodges Brothers and
Ross
are glad to welcome her. planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best hits and in their clever song
Mrs. Ridge is a new arrival' at the comedy.
of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
Baumgardner house. We hope to see
this splendid house filled to its utmost
capacity this winter. FRIDAY-ONE DAY ONLY-Capt. Bonavita, world's famous lion
Dr. Benedict Sust has about a dozen ADDRESS tamer, will personally present
guests at his "Yungborn" sanitarium,
and others' coming. ; "IN THE SULTAN POWER"the
Mr. 0. J. Bean has a horse in a
bad conditon, rendered useless by OCKLAAHA NURSERIES great two reel animal aeroplane picture taken at Sulphur Springs in which he

some unknown party riding it without , narrowly escaped death. Capt. Bonavita will lecture at each performance
his consent or knowledge.Mr. i

quite.busy Howard with Chamberlain his several hundred is kept Dept. 23, Tangerine, Fla.MMMMMMIMIMMHMMMmMMMMMIIMIMim. 'NEXT TUESDAY, JANUARY 27 . 4

chickens. He managed to leave them -
long enough to attend the moving picture "THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII"
show in Dora last Saturday IMMMmMIMIMMimiMliimMMIIIttlllltlltillFOR

evening. $250,000 production in six reels and three acts. ONE DAY ONLY.
Rev. Dr. Marsh, of Eustis, preacheda
splendid sermon here Sunday morn SALE " '4""I"ltltllll' ,
ing. He will preach every Sabbath MMIMMtmMMHXemMMMtMIMMMMUMm '" " iiiiiiiiii::


morning Mr. E.at T.10:30.Baldwin, of Ludlow, Vt., ; New Two-Story Modern J For Economy and purchase

died quite suddenly last Wednesday
morning at Eustis. He had not been | : House, one block from W RIG H T power of your mon
well for a long time, but had been REALTY&SBBOCO"r"
confined to his bed less than a week. Lucerne Circle. FOR ry Wright Farm

The doctor had reported him better. Thate Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
Mrs. Dr. Sadler is reported very Orlando. Florida
sick at her home on Lake Ola. Her bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
Helen Wright Owner
many friends wish her a speedy re ,
covery. Quality.Fresh .

Mr. Fred Keen is kept busy building 113 AMERICA STREETs Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
small row boats for our townpeople. till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III I
.. cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
FELLOWSHIP TEA TO BE GIVEN WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents pint.
UNION SOLDIERS HOME WAS
THREATENED BY FIRE BY SUFFRAGE LEAGUE Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand's
I I Come one, come the all.fellowship tea Coal Yard, phone 566. up. 9-31-tf (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with .order.I .
To
Marion, Ind., Jan. 20.-Fire which Where?
for a time threatened to destroy the !given by the Equal Suffrage League

., national military home, where fifteen I at the home of Mrs. Mahlon Gore on I
hundred United States soldiers live, I Lucerne Circle.
tonight burned the quartermaster's I When? Friday, January 23, 1914, FIRE INSURANCE

building containing all the food and at 3 o'clock.
F clothing supplies for the institution; Why? To hear this popular subject -
loss $150,000.The [ discussed from all viewpoints. .

What then? Light refreshments. (ClTYAtlD me E Yi0 Success

Florida railroad commissionhas
ordered that the Jacksonville NOTICE COUNTRY
Terminal All persons having goods stored -
company construct a
new with the late Jacob Shanibarger, at BLEfflfi CR JANSEN
load
j
passenger station, Srotf fe begin nc 10 East Church street, Orlando, are Just arrived car ,
later than July 15th. The proposedsite hereby notified to remove same before i IMPROVED ANDI {
on Myrtle avenue, in the west February 1st, or they will be sold for FORDS for immediate / I4TARY
UNmPRovtqQRL NDO
part of Jacksonville, has been ac storage.
P. M. SHANIBARGER, Adm'r., delivery.
FLORIDA.
cepted.A 114.1w Pine Castle, Fla. '

comparison of the statements of Sentinel want ads. get results. Get yours now.
January 1st, 1913, compared with that O Office in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Joan Hotel
of January 1st, 1914,"shows an increase F. G. RUSH,

in the revenue of Florida for Dr. BucKmaster Phone 226
the year 1913 over that of 1912 of
16205951. This is a very gratify
ing showing for the state, an evi Physician
dence of the almost remarkable increase Osteopathic I r I ElectricallyEquipped

in its prosperity.At 132 Orange Avenue !

a mass meeting in Seabreeze recently Next door to People's Bank,
the citizens voted, with but two up-stairs. Acute and chronic

exceptions, in favor of waterworks.E. diseases treated.Telephone IG
G. Pearce and associates of Kansas t
City will install the system. 578.inillMMMMMMMimilllllllMMMIIIIMM. .
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Just Received Two.Stily Stu dud ModeL. .
The greatest motorcycle v ln
ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
I clipped with Electric Head LifEht.Electric Tail light. Electric Si 1.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111THE Two Set.Storage Bttteriet and Corbin-Brown Retr Drive Speedomet
: er. Pries S2&OOO. See Catalog for detailed description.
Another Shipment of H

MARKET Indian MOTOCYCLES':


.. KINOK[ GAS UA[ IKS.This [ Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH FOR 1914 '

60,000 brand-new red machines will go out. over the Indian
trails during the coming year-the
AND SALT MEATS greatest motorcycle produce
tion in the history of the industry. _,

is the fourth order this FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with .Thirty-Eight Better-
ments for 1914!I" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
winter and they fastso I Kept under the best sanitary conditions. ,Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
are selling
completely overturn all existing ideas of
worth.
motorcycle
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh ,
place order now while All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric .
your
and
pure. head electric tail
light, light two sets high amperage storage bat.

they last and be prepared for the We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.
Yon etnaot fully realize the 1914 Indian without
thorough study of the 1914
in the Meat Line.
everything Indian Cetalo j. It makes plain holt of
cold compelling Indian beta that ell motorI *
next spell, $4.50 and X6.50.ORLANDO eyde-iateretted mea can consider to their real profit. Scud for the 1914 Indian '
. Cttalof-the moat interesting volume of motorcycle literature you're ever read.

,t. The PARLOR MARKETH. The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of:

.f --=- 4 H.P. Stale Serrice Model............................$200.00
7 H.P. Twin Two-TweatyFiTe, Regular Model......... 225.00
7 H.P.Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00
WATER[ & LIGHT CO. M. Self & Co. 7 H.P.Twia Light Roadster Model.............,.,..... 260.00 "
7 H.P.Twia Two Speed, Regular Model,.,.,........... 215.00
I PINE STREET 7 H.P.Twia Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model........ 300.00
7 H.P.Twia Headed Special Model(with Electrio Starter) 325.00

. Gas DepartmentfilllllllllUMMiiMlllttllMIMMHilllllHIMM Phone No. 80, Aka F.O.B. Factory

R.Hilpert Agent. Orlando Fla.
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. annual Winter meeting Park, Fla.of ,the Jan.Fortnightlyclub 20.-The ELECTRiC VACUUM CLEANER f

was held last Monday night at ORlANDO BANK a TRUST I COMPANY II
the home of the Rev. J. G. Litch. The i
following were chosen officers for the

ensuing year: President, George S. i Florida.Condition
Orlando
Deming; Prof. W. M. Lenhart, vice- .

president; Miss Bessie Merriwether., < at the close of business December 31, 1913 your room or house
secretary; Miss Katherine Litch, assistant i
(
p secretary; Mrs. J. G. Litch, RESOURCES cleaned without dust or troubleof

treasurer. Plans were laid for the i Loans and Discounts . .. . . . . '. II II II. . $403,080.10

coming year and we are assured that i i Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 moving furniture ,
this very satisfactory club will have. a Stocks and Bonds . . . . II . . . II . . . . 26,018.33
delightful series of entertainments.The election for Cash on Hand and in Banks . . .,. . . 200,9 6.57
regular spring and Fixtures . . . .
Banking House, Furniture 25,974.87
town officers has been set for February The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -
3.
i i
656382.21
The board of trade has just issueda LIABILITIES man.
beautiful booklet illustrating the

town. It contains many fine viewsof Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
the locality and will give pleasureto Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86 SEE THEM FOR TERMS

all who receive it. f Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . 521,167.38
The Citrus Growers' association of

Winter Park is having a good season $656,382.24


under the packing the present house will management be fun very and _: Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68 The PIERCE I[ [ [ELECTRIC C01 Inc.

trees.activity to put Up the fine crop on the : Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . :. . . . . $521,167.38 IJ,


At one of the recent meetings at : Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The
the Congregational church, the Rev. : CHURCH STREET11111111111111111111111111111111.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.tI
L. W. Winslow, of Paradise, Cat, : officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
gave an interesting account of pioneer Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
missionary work in his state.A friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.
very delightful tea was given at : The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects

the library on Wednesday last, and t the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in IMMMMIIIMMMIiMilHMMHtitifllilMIHIIIttlliSeveral
was attended by a host of our people. t this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
is nowhere better bank than in health-
This institution is most admirableand strength displayed by a
it is a great addition to the pleasures ful statements to its patrons.

of our city, having so excellenta M. M. SMITH, President M Sacrifice Price
collection of books which to a
upon
draw. W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier .

Mr. William C. Comstock has returned -
to enjoy his beautiful home. ""IIIII::: : IIIIIIIIIIIII:::::::::: :::'::I .Aft..

Mr. Comstock has always devoted his '.-. @
efforts to the improvement and the '1111111111111111'111111111'1'111'111111111111'1111111IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ'
progress of the college and the town
and deserves and receives the high choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
Fresh Oandles i
regard of the citizens.
one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved -
The students of Rollins gave, last .

Saturday evening, an old fashioned Butter Scotch . . . . . . . II 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks II"':... II 20c. lb. : with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest

minstrel show and a full house greeted Chocolate Nut II. . . . II . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp II. II II . II :\30c. lb. :
them. There was lots of fun for Peanut Crisp 11.11. . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream II. . . . . . . 40p. lb. II locations in Orlando. ,

all. Menthal Drops . . . . II II II 20c. Ib. Nougat . II II. . . . II . . . .40c:-.h.: I

The Episcopal church is to receive Hoarhound Drops . . . . . II .?0c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . II . 40c. lb.v . The Price is RightfiMtiltlilttllltlttMMmtliilltiiMIMIiltlMHm
v
some needed improvements in the i
Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . 20c. lb.Chocolate Almonds
near future.'
Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
Chocolate Chocolate Creams
Richard H. Edmonds, editor of the Grapes 1
Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts

Daytona Manufacturers'for a sojourn Record of, some who weeks is at,' and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.Ice .

furnished the Daily GazetteNewswith Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any GriaitoRe r! n l R t m

a copy of an editorial which he quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one I I

wired to the office at Baltimore. Editor through our factory. ,- .. -'"'"

Edmonds, after speaking in glow- HOT DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH Phone aO-1 "- --'...... -.. .... Watiri clock
ing terms of Florida's climate, concludes -

with these words: "Florida is DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.

typical jn many respects of much of Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc

the coast region stretches from Nor- Tomato Bouillon II. . . II . II II lOc. Hot Malted Milk . II II II II II II. . lOc.
folk to the Rio Grande. In so heaven- Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . lOc _
favored state as this the flowers are Hot Lemonade II II II II II II II II lOc. ttllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill..
Hot Egg Malted Milk . 15c.
II II II II '
blooming, the mocking birds are sing-i I Hot Pineapple . II II II II II . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon II . II . . . II. 15c.
ing and all nature is vocal with praisefor The AltamonteALTAMONTE
such blessing's. The contrast is
: oo.
great and every year it becomes bet- :1J.taye'J: Oandy

ter understood the army of settlers SPRINGS, FLORIDA. .

moving southward must of necessity 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando(or A. C.L

rapidly increase. There is room ,11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.,11 ,1,11,111,1111111111. R.R.) Come outland get the best dinner served in Inte.
enough and to spare for all. Come rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has th-

South, young man; come South, aged iHIIIMMIMMI most beautiful and healthful location In Florida, on
men. Here is nature's most richly endowed MHimtllltiMIIIMMMIIIIIIIIIIIMM. high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.

country." Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting etc.
,
a miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii4<; [!" " " " ,," " Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen Improve-

J. M. Williams, who moved to ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
Wauchula from Live Oak, died in the Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
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former place on Monday of last week,
concerning which the Wauchula Ad-

vocate says: "Although four differ- GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer
ent physicians visited him during his
OrlandoVater ( Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
sickness, there is some uncertainty
regarding his illness, there is some 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.WE .

uncertainty of his death and regarding there have the real been cause some \! & Light Co.
IT
MAKE
ugly rumors regarding his demise." OUR BUSINESSi 1


Re-engagements are a mark of ap- ElectricityGas To supply particular Stationery, Office
preciation. Maud Powell again, Jan- .
uary 28. Auspices Methodist Baraca Supplies and Blank Books for particular peo- i
class. 115.11t Water Ice
ple.
.
Griffing trees give results. Office' I We try to please even the most fastid-
opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales-
man. 12-25-tf Office:--No. J8 West Central Avenue ious, and will welcome enquiries about the t


Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em Telephone No. 6 special goods you have not been able to pro- 1
on Court street. 12-5-tf '
I cure elsewhere.

FOR SALE
Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake IMIIIIIMIIIIMMMMIMMMIiilllHHIiM," ',:," ',:::::::::::::::::::::::::::l Our staple line comprises enough to fill
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and
ten acres of garden land, one hun- all ordinary demands.
dred bearing orange trees small
house and barn. Price $2,500. Our prices will bring future orders.
Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor :
in grove, four hundred bearing trees, ida's best fruit trees, easily reached W. S. BRANCH
and two hundred young budded grape- i from all parts of Orange, Lake, Seminole SPECIAL SALE ,
fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit
Osceola and Volusia counties by
now on trees. Price $3,200. The Arcade Book and Music Store
twenty-five acres auto over hard surfaced roads, most
Eighty acres lath to 17th Inclusive .
cleared and fenced, house and out- convenient for all planters and most i January -

buildings. Price $1,500. reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nurseries If want to sell anything, remember -
Twenty acres on lake front, well Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat- ON you the Sentinel want column WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
located, three hundred bearing orange AND DO ALL KINDS OF
trees. Price $2,200. alog. I Everybody reads it.
Twenty acres- rood fruit land on Embroideries, Voiles and other OPTICAL REPAIRING
lake front, two acres bearing orangegrove W. T. EXTRICAN, I
good six room house. Price Wash Materials I HHHIIIMMMIMMHHWM.
1000. Makes a specialty of painting, paper If
Twenty-five acres bearing orange ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. j(WM. HARPER
grove located on lake front within the I Phone 636. 121lraMIMMIMIIIIMIHIIM Aat +
city limits. Ideal location for subdi- MISSES lIAIILTON & DUNN DKS'lJOSEPHINE( HARPER
vision. Price $10,500.J. .
+j OSTEOPATHSOldestlEsUbllthed
E. CRAWFORDOffice
Practice In DR. L H. RAMSDELL
: over Blue Drug Store Automobile For Hire !
for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's Orlando OPTOMETRIST
117 S. Orange Avenue Agents ,
I New Five Passenger :I $19 W. Church Street, Up-Stalr
Phone 404 Confutation and Examination (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUdu) ..

Warman Repairs and Retires Babyr PHONE 419IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'!I Patterns Free ORLANDO, FLORIDAiif

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy AS TO SUNDAY CLOSING for the last twenty years or more. I GOV. BROWARD'S SISTER r Greatest Grove\ Bargain -
Yet time election draws I
every an I
South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch) Editor Sentinel:-Does the "com- near we begin tearing our shirts for :Miss Hortense Broward, daughterof

AND WEEKLY Columbia University in New York mission form of government" mean their re-election as if they were go-I I Napoleon Broward and from all in Florida.

\ JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owaer. city had the largest registration of that the three men selected to look ing to rain benefits upon us in great accounts an inheritor of much of her
i(I Located in the famous Auburn-
pupils in 1913 of any educational institution after the affairs of our city can by sluices. father's courage and ability, has been I
Entered at the po toffice at Orlando Flor- dale and Winter Haven district.
Ida. ai Second Gau Mail Matter. in the United States. In- "saying the word" make of no effecta There has been a plank for lo! made Florida vice-president of the
21-2 budded
cluding the summer students, the to- law sustained by the people of Or- these many years in the Democratic Woman's National Democratic league. acres ten-year-old
TO ADVERTISERS
: grapefruit small packing house
tal enrollment was 9,929. Californiawas lando since the city charter was platform favoring federal aid for the The league is to be in active co-op- ,
Copy for dupUf and all other hand-let the next largest with 7,071 stu- made? If so, we pity our poor selves. construction of good roads from the eration with the Democratic national and a five room bungalow. Two
ftdrertiiinr must be handed in at the buineu blocks from depot. Five
once of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ra. dents. Harvard had a total of 5,627. Many times this question has come farms to'the sea-how many miles committee and will be of great as- acres
This rule applies seven old trees five
the before
to chances day for publication.contract advertising; it it Yale 3,263, and so on down to Vir- before us and each time the law was have been built in the seven hundred sistance in the next campaign of year acres
two to old
seven trees
invariable and mil be strictly adhered to. ginia, whose total was 885. upheld by the people. miles of territory that constitute our Miami Metropolis.Miss and five year ,
acres being cleared. All
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The county attorney said in print great inland empire? How many Hortense Broward is a sister
in
trees perfect order and buddedto
One Year .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .$5.00 One of the rumors at Washingtonis some time ago that the Sunday closing dollars have been appropriated in and not a daughter of the former gov
grapefruit pineapple and late
Six Months .... . .... . ... .. 2.50 that Minority Leader Mann of the law was in force, and that he this direction? How many thousands ernor. She has been a public school Valencia ,
f Three :Months .. ... .. .. . ...125 house will espouse the cause of wo would prosecute all violators. Would after thousands have been appropriated teacher in Duval county a number of oranges. Owner a non-
resident and forced to sell at
In Advance. man's suffrage. Has it come to a not the man who "sells out the whole for the improvement of the sea years.
to once. Any reasonable terms
case of grasping at straws?-Worcester bakery" become a violator? coast? can
be made. Will take Orlando
THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914. Gazette.It I I It seems to a "mere woman" noth- THEY USE SPEED BUGGIESThe residence -
We shall have to
grow up more or business
, seems to be a case where the ing less ,than insulting to the splen- property as
Doziers. The demand for them is be-
part trade. Price for all $12.500.
Guess it isn't worth while to keep .
woman (as usual) needed a Mann, did people who come from other -
coming imperative. These fellows city commissioners of Orlando
; hammering at you, but if you don'tregister and the, Mann (as usual) was in need states to our city to infer that they
:who grow the cotton and the cane, I have built a hitching shed for the '
soon it will do you) no goodto of women's help. want places of business open on the I Cooper &> Atha
:the oranges and the grapefruit, the use of farmers visiting the city. Now
think of it later.It Sabbath day.
J watermelons and cucumbers, the lettuce : if Miami's city council would take the
o One of the Times-Union's para- As a rule these people are God- Exclusive Agents
I and celery, are entitled to some : hint and put up a public garage, with
is observed that State Manager graph editors remarks as follows: "A fearing, church-going people, and are
consideration. We want good roads !free air in a pipe, they would also 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.
H. H. Richardson of the Southern man might sign a' contract for five anxious for the good of our city.
i from the farms to the river and the I be doing something that would be appreciated -
Settlement and Development Organ- million dollars' worth of work, and Surely, woman-like, we are sorry sea coast harbors. I by Dade county farmersI .- Orlando FloridattlttflMMMMMHiltttl
ization is going to Panama in the in- nothing would be said about it, but if for the poor fellow who did not pro- I Miami Metropolis. ,
terest of his work. It looks like this he signs to play shortstop 'on the vide an extra loaf for the Sabbath, Two senators and a congressmanfrom

settlement work is just the thing for baseball diamond all the papers men- but on investigation we find "the law"is Jacksonville and a congressmanfrom
Richardson. He's to Tampa is hardly a fair distribu- II Take repairing to Warman on
trip
gotten a tion it"Cheer not drastic, and need may be met, your
.
Canada and one to Panama out of it. up, man. If you ever rise in though stores must not open doors to tion.-Ocala Banner. Court street. 125tfttiilMMItMiMIIMMHIIIIMillliilMIMIi I

What Florida is going to get out of it the field of journalism so that you do business.We I Supree Auto ml

is yet to be seen if not realized. receive of
a salary $15,000 per annum women are not supposed . . "
o we will send a full report of the factto fully understand "matters of law,"

Cole Blease, the governor of South the Associated Press and have the I but we will not submit to wrong with- A. Y. FUI.IER R. L. FOX The oil that has
Carolina, is the only person in this news shown on the screen at the picture out at least using our little bit of influence -

country who is a match in arrogancefor shows. I for right. stood the supreme -
Huerta of Mexico. He is in all * This law we are discussing has THE PALMS AUTO COREO
I
essentials a Bourbon and wholly un- Harry Lauder, the famous Scotch been for the good of the people of test

fit for public position of any kind unless comedian and singer, has lately sailed Orlando, and should be sustained. MOTOR CARS

i it were police officer. He states from Liverpool for a year's trip which Respectfully, -- THAT

that he will veto any bill providingfor will include Australia, New Zealand. MRS. J. M. PEDRICK, For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
commission government for any and the United States. Four months. 1st Vice-President W. C. T. U.
South Carolina city because it is "Re- of f the time will be consumed in travel full stock of supplies and accessories.. Have a good force
Goo Gulf Gasoline
publicanism pure and simple." It lie' announced before leaving England ORLANDO MAN'S WOES MANY; I of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
would be interesting to hear the that he had received numerous TRIES SUICIDE
.
Blease definition of Democracy. letters from ministers in Canada and guaranteed. ;

o the United States asking him to. Woe-begone and weary, a rural-
Senator Tillman announces that his in their his I Ito fellow i BMHlBiM HHHMHBHiMM H BH B M IiM
preach pulpits during visit looking young went into Cot- B "" "" """"""" """ I
restoration to health has been throughthe their respective cities. He is said i ter's drug store at 8 o'clock last night,

eating of collards and hog jowl. to be a scholarly Christian man as I sat down at a rear table removed THE PALMS AUTO CO j P. G. WALTON, Agt.

The senator probably intended this as well as a fun maker, and his reputation -! from the rest of the customers, and

a jocular remark, but it will be taken ; will assure him overcrowded began to scribble off a letter. Sud- I
FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. I IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIMIIimilHIIIOIIMIHIIIIMI PHONES 450269HHIHHHMililMMIK
seriously by many and the prescription houses wherever he may sing or denly the pencil fell from his fingers Ii
I
tried. The senator didn't get this speak. His present trip will cover I aid his head tilted forward againstthe

; rural menu in Washington. He had forty thousand miles of travel before : table. A soda dispenser found 1

been at home, where he had a chance he reaches his Scottish "hame" again.I him unconscious.

to be away from excitement and get Mrs.[ Lauder, who was the real inspiration -]I "Hey, a man's dying back here!"

up an honest' appetite for. honest food of his most famous song, "II the soda man shouted, excitedly. Dr.

honestly cooked. It was the sane life Love a Lassie," will accompany him Hendricks, the night prescriptionist,

generally which helped the senator, on his entire trip. II called up the police station. An instant -

and not the hog jowl and collards. later the patrol drew up to the

The Russians in the Northwest call curb, and Policeman Hill stepped out. .

....._. :. Pensacola seem. t? be in hard lines. the alarm attachment to a clock the The policeman and the drug man lift- i
Several business suspensions have "waker." The "waker" over at the ed the unconscious man into the patrol

I been reported recently from that city, Overstreet Crate company's plant at,I and hurried back to the station.

and the latest is the bankruptcy of Lockhart is a combination sleep disturber There City Physician Stringer gave

the Pensacola News. The News has which sounds like a steamboat him a hypodermic injection,' inducing

\ led a varied career, although it is saidto whistle, a locomotive whistle and afire vomiting. Policemen kept the man Man is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry.The .
I
be the oldest paper in west Florida. alarm all in one. The disturbance i awake by walking him for two hours.
I majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule
Business failures of any kind injure begins at 4:30 every morning except j i They found a drained laudanum phial

: a town and it seems peculiarly regret- Sunday and lasts for about ten minutes -j ion his person. The label failed to not as expensive jewelry as ladies, but of necessity he has

table for a newspaper to fail. Pen- with an ocasional short interval : show where it had been purchased.
.. to wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring,
f sacola is big enough to support two to allow the engineer to get up more i When he recovered consciousness the

papers: and it must be duo; to a bad steam. If any one is found asleep in man said his name was A. N. Parton, cuff links, vest chain and numerous other articles! are all

condition generally that the News has Lockhart after the noise ceases, someone and that he came here several days
been forced into the bankrupt court.o immediately goes to the telephone ago from Orlando to put his wife in to be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men's

and calls an Orlando undertaker. The the Gordon Keller Memorial hospitalto jewelry. Quality the best. Stocks the largest. '
It is reported from Tallahassee that factory is five miles from Orlando but undergo an operation. He had

i: a member of the so-called cabinet is the alarm may be heard any clear : been drinking, and said he had been

in bad because he gave his copy of morning if one is awake and listen- robbed of twenty-five dollars.

the engineer's report on the Ever- ing. And yet so soundly does a -colored I The letter, written in the drug

glades to a newspaper correspondentafter man sleep that we doubt not store, was addressed to his wife, and ,

the cabinet had agreed not to there are plenty of wives in Lockhart stated that he had lost his money and

give it out for publication. The most i who get the coffee and biscuit ready thought suicide was the easiest way

reprehensible thing the said cabinet for John and then have to call him out of his troubles.

officer is guilty of is a breach of five or six times more in order to I Parton was locked up, but no chargewas

compact. The public paid for this have him at the plant on time. entered against him. He is reti- U' __ .

report and the public was entitled to cent.-Tampa Tribune.TO .

it. The great trouble with many pub- RE GEORGE STUART AT OPERA

lic officials is that they regard them- HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT WHOM CREDIT BELONGS

selves as dictators, or something like T.H.Evans the Jeweler t

that, when in reality they are ser- Rev. George Stuart, the noted lecturer The Orlando Sentinel says that to
vants of the people, though it isn't a will ,
appear at the Orlando opera Mr. L. E. Dozier of Leesburg belongsthe
menial service which is expected of house Friday evening in a benefit credit of securing favorable con-

them. The one advantage of the re- ecture. The mere announcement is sideration of the department for the OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

call is to remind autocratic public enough to insure a crowd. improvement of the Ocklawaha river
servants of this simple fact.
and the inland lakes. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
o Miss Jeannette Broomell and Mrs; Here is a plain citizen, making no .
The trouble makers are always, Alexander are the attractive guests pretensions, accomplishing more for

busy. When Speaker Champ Clark: of Mrs. F. A. Curtis. this great interior section than all of
declined to attend a certain public and -
our United States senators con-
dinner it was at once reported that Sentinel want ads. get results. gressmen have done all put together
he refused because William J. Bryanwas .
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expected also to be a guest. This -- Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place

publication caused Mr. Clark to make I

the statement that he had consistently -
New Studebakers HereFour
refused all such invitations for two are

reasons, the first being that he didn't removal sale
have the time for such affairs, and Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar Rig :

the other that he bad taken much to $1,115.four .
the remark made his STILL OH
heart by physician Cylinder Landau-Roadster, 1265.
that most public men in Wash-

ington dug their graves with their Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,

teeth. Simple reasons these, but sui $I,640.

ficient. It appears to be impossible Prices'f.o.b. Orlando.All For Wednesday and Tuursday

for some to understand why a publicman .
doesn't wish to appear on all occasions Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and
of and
All Silk Satin Foulards in a splendid Range Designs Colorings
starter---and Come
possible. The professional every up-to-day equipment. '

diner becomes fearfully weary of i it. around and see them. Price 75c
President Taft won the belt for the Regular

longest and best sustained record of

eral dining inches, and had while to making let out his the belt record.sev- San Juan Garage Co. Removal Sale Price 39c

e
Since he quit the presidency he has

lost eighty pounds, but the reductionhas All Night ServiceAJAX

". the made high no cost appreciable of living.reduction Speaker i in ARSi ION: E. JvES:

Champ Clark is wise in his determination TIRES guaranteediSOOO; miles Five

not to dine himself to death, per cent off for cash Orange Avenue, Orlando
even if the gossips do make it unpleasant r

for him.

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Dry Goods Section

Butt's are not only the highest grade candies you can

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buy, but the freshest. Made in our dean kitchens, where

sunshine and fresh air abound. If you give your wife or ..LUCERNE CIRCLE i Specials For This Week

sweetheart a box of Butt's Chocolates or Caramels she

BEST FLORIDA
will always greet you with a welcoming smile. Take one MADE CIGAR

to her tonight. Sold by all dealers, 5 Cents j

HIMIIIItiMlilllliiltfiiiltitititillttli $1.25 Poplins 97c


25c French Ginghams 19c


BUTT'S' KANOY KITCHEN t 65c Silk Ratine - 39c


50c Silk Lisle Hose three

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Avenue for $1.00
pairs
Orange -

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.. 35c Hose 3 pairs for 1.00
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MR. FRANK A. SMITH ADMITTED ARRIVALS AT THE j:i

TO SAN JUAN !n iFAVOWSETlEAiiFfi i
WADE PRACTICE LAW | ] Remember these prices

THE TUNER Mr. Frank A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, Chicago; B. E MILLER, Manager a ,
has
ORLANDO, FLA. message from Tallahassee received apprisinghim a Mr. and Mrs. McRae, Vermont, Mr. I 'U i : good this week only. -'

J of the fact that he had success- and Mrs. B. C. Buxton, Vermont; J. a Matinee 2 to 10 P. M. Ia I:II

fully passed the .examination, taken) E. Lynes, Boston; Chas. Kenkel, Mon- i Admission 5 and 10 cents I :
treal; C. H. Scholey, Guilford, Conn.; :
before DallDCDallDCDallDCDallDCDallDCa
recently the
A. returned last night supreme court,
Mr. C. Hovey
Geo. L Atkins, Trenton, N. J.; H. D. II
Miami.Mr. and was qualified under the rules to Three I,
visit to
days
,
from a Horn, New York Jno. Cane, Jackson- engagement
C. A. Cummings, of Boston, is practice Smith in all the state courts. Mr.. ville; J. T. Stephenson; and wife, At- Red Eagle and Sky Eagle! I: Tie Yoo11PiioortliOrlando's \
studied law in the office of '
Orlando visitor today. Formerly of Miller Bros.; 101 Ranch, :
an Messrs. lanta; S. A. Carlin, Atlanta; J. L.
Massey & Warlow, and is one in all the Indian dances and : .
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hildebrandtleft of Orlando's Phillips, Macon; H. Crulmer, Bir- rope
most
energetic, intelli- tricks. The highest salaried Indian I
for visit to St. Cloud. A. B. Medlin, Leesburg
yesterday a mingham; ;
gent and deserving young men, and is team in the South today. : Largest Store
Mr. Rull Bass, Kissimmee's cattle the son of Mrs. H. R. Smith. He is H. T. Howard, Jacksonville; J. H. Picture Program I: .
Orlando visitor yester- Hunt, Jacksonville; R. C. Millard, At- '
king, was an receiving the
congratulations of his
"Campaigning With Custer" (Bison) : "Quality Did It"
lanta; M. Smith, Jacksonville; W. D. 0,
many friends upon the creditable A Indian drama
powerful spectacular ,
day.Mr. Jr. Jacksonville L: H. John
Lee M. Good, of Chicago, is mark achieved by him in the examina- Morton, ; complete in two parts. Illustrating ,:
among the late arrivals at the San! tion, along with their best wishes for son, Jacksonville; W. Detwiler, Phila- life on the great plains in '49. I s:MMIIMMIIMUHIHMMMIMtMMmMIIIIIMIMM+
delphia F. C. Lindsay, Philadelphia
his ; ; i
Juan. success in the profession he has "A New Way to Win a Girl" (Gem) :
chosen. Robt. A. Gillies, Wilmington, N. C.; .. ;,
Mr J. K. Riggs, of Asheville, N. C., Comedy, with Violet Horner i HtMMItMIIMMMMilHiMMttlMtMHmilMitllMoney ..
D. D. Daniel, Oviedo; Chas. A. Trau, :
Orlando today, a guest of the
is in "
Cleveland M. Sanford C.
; Hopson, ;
FUNERAL OF MRS.
San Juan. NORMAN 0. Sanford J. S. Arnold cbMMITTEE I Loan
ROBINSON McLaughlin, ; TO MEET : to
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sauer are in Jr., Jacksonville; T. F. Collins, Bos- There will be a meeting of the', .

Orlando from New York city, guestsof The funeral of Mrs. Norman Robinson ton; C. S. Brewer, Hartford, Conn.; Orange County Democratic Executive :

the San Juan. was conducted yesterday after- F. B. Pinson, Tampa; C. H. Stoman, Committee at the court house in JI:

Mr. 0. D. Beck, of St. Paul, Minn., noon from the home by Rev. Dr. Edw. New York; J. Page Laughlin, Mt Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, January j: Loans in sums $500to $3000on
is a guest of the San Juan during a T. Poulson, assisted by Rev. A. A. Dora; Mrs. J. Page Laughlin, Mt 31st, 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the "

brief stay in Orlando.Mr. Rickert. The interment was at the Dora; C. D. Keller, Pine Castle; G. purpose of recommending to the Governor -j: IMPROVED INSIDE property fora

J. W. Hodges, of DeLand, is city cemetery. The pall bearers were H. Nettleman and family, Toledo; J. a successor to fill the place I:
Floridians Messrs. C. Deckleman and wife, Toledo; A. made vacant by the resignation of of FIVE 0
among the prominent reg- Jos. W. Guernsey, N. P. Yow- : term years. Principal
istered at the San Juan. ell, Carl Jansen, J. P. Taylor, Green Robt. Strauss, New York; C. C. Hud- W. L. Dolive, Supervisor of Registration -!:

Mr. Welton Johnson went down to and C. B. Robinson. There were many son, Jacksonville; N. L. Robinson, of Orange county, and transact-': and interest payable in monthly
beautiful Newark, N. Y.; R. W. Kennedy, Lex. ing other business which ::
yesterday in the interest of floral tributes, and the ser- any may
Tampa the South Florida foundry. vices were attended by many friends. ington, Ky.; Joe Queroli, Cincinnati; come before it. I: instalments.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson, Boston; SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. ;: I 1
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, Miss Rena Wilson, Boston :Miss E.
; FERRIS
GREAT RUSH AT REGISTRATION JOSIAH Secretary. '
shampoo, electric' drier. Gem Barber 1'2-tf OFFICE-NINE REGISTER Kingsbury, Boston; Miss B. Bishop, Orlando, Fla., Jan. 20, 1914. r ::: w
Shop. Boston J. E. Branch, Jacksonville !'
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There was another big day at the ; i
Misses Kate and Margaret Snitzer R. R. Hill, Jacksonville N. L. Bau- I
registration office yesterday, nine voters ; Let it once more be insisted that I 4MIHMMI mint*
arrived yesterday from Phillipsburg, entering their names on the books man, Akron, 0.; Phillip M. Graves, .1'the Chicago idea of "everybody go to MltllliiliailMMHMMMIiMllitMMIHIIIIilllMFree' -- -- ;; j

Pa., to visit their sister, Mrs. F. A. and taking the oath. The total from Birmingham; Jos. A. Garrison, Atlanta -'church on Sunday, February 1," is I

Curtis. the two Orlando precincts now reads ; Wm. J. Figueroa, New York;I I not half a bad one. Indeed, it is entirely ', Demonstration
Miss Nell Thomas returned y ster- 208. Mrs. E. T. McKnight, Boston; Miss J.I a good one. If it is good for i
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day _from_U'. Lakeland where she spent Quill, Boston; C. H. Smith, Tampa;I Chicago, bad as she is, it is good for
two weeks as the guest of Miss Kath- Col. W. M. Shaffner returned Sat W. Verrier, Maplewood, N. J.; W. A. Orlando, good as she is. Let's try it! :

erine Cowdery. urday evening from Orlando, accom- Brady, Cleveland. i iI I uIIShIlle Crackers fluff Cakes

Tickets for reserved seats for the panied by Mrs. Shaffner, who had LUTHER THE FLORISTCut I
Broomell-Alexander recital will be :been at that place for several weeks. ALBERT WILLAMSON CANVASSING .

put on sale Thursday morning atButt's -Daytona Gazette-News. FOR CONGRESS Flowers I


A.Candy R. Bogue Kitchen.Mr. left. yesterday for preciation.Re-engagements Maud Powell are a mark again of, Jan-ap Editor Albert M. Williamson of the ROSES, VIOLETS, Saturday, January 24th.The Public 1

Homestead, where he will spend the uary 28. Auspices Methodist Baraca Jacksonville Floridian is in Orlandoin CARNATIONS, PANSIES, Cordially InvitedMr.
next ten days looking after interests ,class. M5-1U the interest of his candidacy for
from this district. Mr. Williamson POTTED PLANTS
congress
the East CoaslBasket
on Rev. Campbell Gray and Mrs.
Gray Webb ofthe i
traveling representative Loose.
ball between Orlando high will return today from a brief visitto is making a tour of the district ,

school and Summerlin institute Friday friends in Ocala? Rev. Mr. Gray and has been out on his present Wiles Co., will have charge of the demonstrationand

evening at the armory. Admis- will conduct the 7:30 services at the ,trip for a week. He came from Sanford COAL CHARCOAL desires to meet every resident of Orlando and ;

sion 25 cents. 2t Cathedral tomorrow morning. yesterday afternoon. He says
he is meeting with much encouragement WOOD vicinity. .
The top of the elevator tower on Don't fail to see the basket ball I
and really expects to capture
the Yowell-Duckworth building makes game between the high school girls
the; nomination. He is running on a. Veneer Cores "
the top of the court house tower look and those of Summerlin institute Fri-
platform of progressive policies, and Seasoned Heart Pine THE SANITARY GROCERY
like a hole in the ground.Mr. day evening at 8 o'clock at the I :
claims to have been a Progressivesince Oak Wood
John C. Michael and Miss A. A. armory. Admission 25 cents. 2t
1893, but he says he has seen All sizes and lengths CARUTHERS & GORE
Michael are among Orlando's visitors Mr. Wm. Garvin and Mr. A. Garvin the term abused so much that he is

today. They are registered at the arrived yesterday from Sanford, rather backward about making his Orlando Wood YardB. Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street ;'
San Juan from St. Petersburg.Eat Maine, and will be here all winter.Mr. claims. Mr. Williamson once repre-

what you want Garvin said the thermometer only sented the ninth senatorial district in KINGSIEY, Proprietor
Eat all you want. showed about 30 degrees below whenhe the Florida senate, and his stand fora I Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. -
Take a postscript and forget it. left home. I t CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.HHIIHMMtlllMMMIMMMMHIIIIIIIIMH.
For sale by all durggists. railroad commission and other pro- Turpentine Chips Fence Posts
o l-7-d&w-lyr Of especial interest to Americansof gressive policies is a matter of record.He .I- .4IIM*

Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Patterson, of Colonial descent will be scenes was in the race for congressman I: , . . . . .. . " " llllllt
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Spring Lake, N. J., are prominent from familiar events of the 18th cen- at large and was defeated by the : ... .

people registenng at the popular St. tury, at the "Living Pictures," on present incumbent, Congressman'Claude ::
Charles for 'an indefinite sojourn in February 3, at the Lucerne theater. L'Engle, who will be one of EE1v.1:0v..AL s.. .zE

the City Beautiful. 1-22-lt his opponents in the present race. :

Maud Powell, violinist, Lucerne : Mr. W. M. Coble, the popular commercial I II I Commencing. Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,

theater, January 28. Auspices Metho- agent of the Macon, Dublin SOLICITOR SERVES NOTICE : Wool Underwear at cut prices for CASH.

dist Baraca class. Reservations be- & Savannah railroad, after spending! I

gin January 23. One dollar. 1-15-llt several days in this section in the in.I To the Public: $30.00 Suits $20.50 $25.00 Overcoats $17.50

Mr. M. N. Walker, of Birmingham, terest of his road, left last night for Section 3566 of the Revised Stat- Suits 20.00 Overcoats 14.75
Tampa. utes of the State of Florida 25.00 17.50
Ala., has arrived to spend the remainder forbid Suits 18.00 Overcoats 13.50
of the season with his daughter General admission 75 cents. Maud the keeping of open stores or disposing 22.50 15.75 16.50 Overcoats 12.00 .

Mrs. A. R. Sandlin, on East Cen- Powell, violin recital, Lucerne theater, of merchandise on Sunday, and 20.00 Suits 14.75 to
tral avenue. January 28. Reserved seats one dollar is a part of the law which the county '
i-15-llt solicitor is sworn to enforce. SWEATERS HATS ,,
Mr. Felix Drennen, one of Birming-
ham's prominent citizens, is here on Mr. Marion B. Ives returned last L. G. STARBUCK, $3.00 Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats 3-5o .:

a visit to his mother, Mrs. Chas. night from a three weeks' visit to County Solicitor.Job 2.JO Sweaters 1.7) I. 4.00. Hats 2.78

Drennen, and brothers, Dr. Ed. and New York and other markets, wherehe 2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 Hats 2.25

Mr. Walter Drennen. has been purchasing a large stockof printing at the SentinelOSTEOPATHY ISO Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1-75
spring and summer goods for his tY
the Prominent San Juan Pittsburgers hotel last night arriving include at new store on Orange avenue. Remember ,we only handle the celebrated Hart,Schaffner & Marx line ol Clothes- f fAIl

Men's and Trousers included in this sale.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Baldwin, child Eat what you want. Boy's are

and nurse, who are delightfully accommodated Eat all you want.
I Take a postscript and forget it. DR. J. C .HOWELL
It there for a stay of some SCRUGGS & DICKSONThis
' For sale by all druggists. Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointment
duration. !
Maud Powell concert reservations' Powell concert l7d&wlyrMaud reservationsnow No extra Telephone charge for connections house treatment store is the home of Hart Schaftner & i I arx clothes

sale at Drennen-Lattner Co. on sale at Drennen-Lattner C_ o.
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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&AVENUE AT

I $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-Two photo machines, EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply mmillllHHIMMIMMilHIIiilltiliiliil
one National tin type and one Handel and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson Orland hotel. 1-6-tf
ISIT W ORUJ IT? Minute photo camera, with four avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
hundred plates. Will sell cheap for YOUNG LADY desires position; gen-
cash. Drop card to R. G. White, Win- ROOM FOR RENT, in private home; eral office work; references. Address .
ter Park, Fla. l-21-3t all conveniences. 311 N. Orange M," Sentinel office. 1-13-lw
Fine land directly Ave. 1-18-tf
40 acre tract
:: AN AUTOMOBILE for sale cheap;
on lake. Easily worth double if cut FOR SALE LARGE COMFORTABLE ROOMS, or will trade for city lots, or prop-
Five-room bungalow; three spacious furnished for light housekeeping. erty close in. Box 733, city. 1-22-3t Latest
up in 10 acre tractsOnly piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- Apply 315 W. Central Ave. 1-161wFOR Patterns and Colors in
ern improvements. 506 Lexington St. LOST-On Monday, on Pine street or
1-15-lm RENT-House, furnished complete Orange avenue, pair of nose glasses Ginghams and PercalesSee
$800WANTED for one or two couples; all attached to patent holder. Return to
FOR SALE-At a bargain, twenty. linen furnished; clean and new; desir- this office for reward. 1-22-tf
acre grove; five hundred grapefruittrees able location. Phone 515. the new line ol
fifty tangerine trees, and 750 FOUND-A lady's gold watch. Owner -
orange trees. Grove should pay for FOR RENT-Furnished large room, can have same by calling at this Ladies' Muslin Underwear
itself in two years. Address P. in modem home; bath, hot and cold office and paying for this notice.
Box 105, Orlando, Fla. 0'1 water; telephone; close in. 312 North l-18-6t
: 1218d&wtfFOR I Main street. 1-16-lw

r SALE OR EXCHANGE I I FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with LOST-On the streets of Orlando, McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
;' Have Client for good orange grove. modern conveniences; close in; electric stick pin, horseshoe shape, staff
Desirable dwellings in Pittsburg, I I lights; no boarding house. 7 W. cross. Leave at this office and receive -
} Price'no objection if it has real value Pa.; good income values from $1,500up. Robinson Ave., city. 1-17-3t reward. 116.6t STORE

Will exchange for Orange county
attached to it. .For particulars property, improved preferred. What FOR RENT-Large, well furnished WANTED-By young business woman -
have you to offer? Address, 305 East I room to persons wishing suburban' few hours stenographic work 128 S.
Church street, Orlando, Fla. accommodations; also 2 acres good i' daily, or full time if preferred; machine .' Orange Ave.jl""f.
'1":1 ,.., l-21-6t-ltw truck_land, _close in. Good opportunity dictation or notes; own type-,:
for right person. Address "A,"I writer. Address Miss W., 307 East I
9 FOR SALEA I Sentinel. 9-8tf Pine St. l-18-3t
new two-story house, contains I:
e 6 rooms and bath, all newly decorated.I
All doors and windows screened. All tttitlltltlitt 1111111111111 ilMIMMIMMillMI MM* i
electric fixtures installed. Corner lot, I '
fine location. Best value' in residential -
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property in Orlando. Fred B. I - --

Hand Bldg., Church .St. M6-6t Dale, owner, 312 Anderson str et. SEE THE f f Tf rm f Mf

--POINTED- - PARAGRAPHSSome - -- ------ QUICK SALE BARGAIN T M rr

surgeons manage to carve DAETWYLERBUNGALOWS
Ten-acre home half mile from city I I
out big fortunes. limits. 220 orange and grapefruittrees. 21 East Pine Street

Nearly every man is willing to do Five-room house, good condi-
his duty-as he sees it. tion; barn; buggy, wagons, plows, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Envy has been known to move chicken and pigeon houses; irrigating
plant, $175 5-horse power Eldridge
mortals to perform wonders. engine, pump. Near lake. Fine citrus
Many a woman has taken steps fora and trucking land. Owner leaving i JUST
divorce at a public dance. city. Price $3,300. Terms. Address I MilMltttHiMIIMMiMllliiliitlli>itMtltMMIti OPENED

Give a blind beggar a dime and. he Owner 1-20-3t, P. 0. Box 745, Orlando, Fla. Everything new and complete. As sani--
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM for WANTED-Position as a machinist,
invest in an
may eye-opener.
FOR SALE rent; choice location; moderate price.'I with six years experience, and three tary as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest
--- ---- ---- An artistic and beautiful home; 202 East Robinson Ave. tf years at technical school. AddressJ. Meats of all kinds.
PEOPLE'SWANTS modern and complete in every partic F. Allen, Orlando, Fla. l-21-3t
ular. Seven large rooms and bath; FOR RENT-New nicely furnished
immense closets. Screened sleepingand double front room, suitable for AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, Fish and Oysters in Season
rear porches; ten-foot veranda party of four friends; also small subsoiling, tree planting, stump
:MUNNIMAKERSNotices across entire front. A few bearing room; modern in all respects. 114 E. blowing, orchard renovating; land
of Lost Wanted For Sale, For trees, flowers and shrubbery. New Jackson St. 1-18-3t cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand Courteous attention; prompt service and
Rent etc. for this column toe for one day and near in, fine location. supplies. Estimates cheerfully prices right. Give trial.
SOc for three days, or $1.00 for Ine week. for Any one desiring an ideal home, FOR RENT-Two-story house, com- furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St., me a
25 words or leu. Money must accompany address pletely furnished. Ready for occu- Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm
Insertions the advertisement will be made for on this credit.column a* no OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. pancy January 25th. Apply, to FredB.
1-2-tf Dale, 306 Anderson street. YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
1.14-61 ring 448 for the Arcade Press- J. A. COX, ProprietorPHONE
FOR SALE I HAVE FOR SALE ing Club. The boy will call. Club
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-Two, rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe
House, 406 East Pine street six
Waraan Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, rooms and bath; lot 60x120, ;with four and six rooms each; first, sec- cialty.' 1-10-lm 105IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I'II'I'II'II'
on Court street. 12-5-tf trees. One block from Lake ond and third floors. Apply Taylor'sApartments
orange Eola. A desirable residence. 1008 Hughey street, Or- WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
FOR SALE-Four-passenger tiuick i lando Heights. Cheapest in town. ings and cut hair to 305 Garland
1912 make. Has recently been Block of 4 lots on Mark street, cor-
car 111.6t street. We will make them as desired -
overhauled, fine running order. Go- ner of Magnolia avenue; 142x245; or. purchase same for cash.
ing away is reason for selling. Price grapefruit and orange trees. One of FOR RENT-Furnished three room Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm
Real Estate Agents, Investors and 1I0meseekersATTENTION
the finest building sites in city.
$-t00. Address Owner, 511 E. Orange flat for light housekeeping; all con-
street, Lakeland, Fla. l-22-6t Two lots on Lake Leora, 70x128 veniences; central; rent cheap. In- LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial
each, facing east and !
FOR SALE-BIRD DOG-Large, fruit trees. ; orange grape- quire 23 E. Pine street, or phone 571. "B," somewhere on the Orlando
finely marked and well bred. Will 1-11-lw streets Monday. If found, leave at the
Grove of 12 acres on Colonial Drive, I offer for $1,800 two-story, six-room cottage, ith ,
sell cheap if taken immediately. A. Sentinel office, and receive reward of
just within eastern city limits; over $1.00. 1-1-tf rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street north.
Vivian, 811 Starkey street, or phone 900 trees, grapefruit and tan- JUST VACATED-Three-room apart- ,
158. l-20-3t gerines. Crop orange last season 3,400 boxes. ment, newly furnished, brass bed, Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
FOR SALE-Three new bungalows; Fenced and irrigated. kitchen cabinet, enamel sink, gas and WANTED TO RENT for remainderof six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
season, by family of three, small
wood stoves, electric portable lamp
modern conveniences good location Further
payments deferred; paymentsfive ; tion. information upon applica- and elegant rug in sitting room; instantaneous furnished house in good neighborhood.House heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base
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easy cent. interest no agents. Ad- heater in bath room. 301 must be clean and convenient. ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
L. J.
per ; TOWNSEND,
dress, in writing, Drawer 328. 1-17-tf !1-16-lw 308 Anderson St. East Livingston Ave. 1-21-lt office.Apply by letter to X. Y. Z., Sentinel furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.

FOR SALE-The best mule in the FOR RENT 1-14-Gt House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These

county. Mare mule, 1,050 pounds. FOR REm Furnished 6-room house; strictly I I NOTICE lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
Seven years oid. Price $300. Not modern; fine location. Will rent for The books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
afraid of anything, fast gait, very ROOMS FOR RENT, for light house- season or by year. Cooper & Atha, voters in Orange county will be Open to all. '
quick. J. B. Mills, Clarcona, Fla. ,keeping. 307 E. Pine St. 1-16-6t opposite postoffice, 1st floor. l-16-3t opened in my office at the Court

l-22-2t House on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY
FOR SALE OR KENT-WitlTstodc FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten MISCELLANEOUS and will be kept open six days in
and tools, best farm in county; Variety J rooms and sleeping porch; centrally each week, until the first Monday in i
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- located; suitable for either one or WANTED-Good sewers; no others March, 1914. 307 West St., NorthOrlando
to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, 0- two families. Address F. G. Rush, need apply. Apply to Mrs. W. L. W. L. DOLIVE,
lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf City. 11-26-tf Burnett, at N. P. Yowell's. l-18-3t 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. : llttMilitMIMMMMtMMIIIMIIilHIIIMIMMHtliKincaid



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MONDAY Program for Week Beginning Monday, Jan. 19, 1914. THURSDAY"For

Another's Crime"-Reliance-Drama.( 2 reels. "Trapped in a Forest Fire"-American). : ,
"What Might Have Been"-Thanhouser-Drama. "Two Girls of the Hills"-(Reliance). ,
"HerLegacy"-K.B.( ). :

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FRIDAY ,,,: I',.,, .
"A Divorce Scandal-(Amer.)-Sensational Drama. will find the pictures running at
"The Helping Hand"-MaJesbc-Drama.( ) The Frame-Up-(Broncho). 2 reels. '
"The Milkman's Revenge"-Thanhouser-Comedy.( ) THE LUCERNE THEATER "Weekly No. 46-Mutual). : :

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FIVE CENTS TO ALL
2 reels. "His First Case"-(American). '
"Romance and Duty"-Majestic( ) Usual Good Music by the Lucerne
Orchestra 1
"The Four Hundred Dollar Bills"-Reliance: ( ).
"Co h en Saves the Fl ag -(Keystone) I
"His Uncle's Namesake"-Thanhouser). 1

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A Cleveland lawyer tells a story hereby give notice that after Jan-
from the country who uary 9th I will not be responsible for(Offers to Orlando the newest and best 1
about a woman
debts contracted by my wife,Mrs. of workmanship in the painting and
wanted a divorce. When the case got any Helen Gwynne.111tf decorating trade. Phone 636.
into court, the judge, disregarding for WYNDOM P. GWYNNE. 121lmHammond W. 1i
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the moment the technical grounds, I
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lady's desire to be separated from the ,
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years.with a lawyer The man, and himself it looked was as in court if he I Gore New Goods Arriving Daily j

was going to fight the case. a aWe
Irs. Dash," said the judge, "tell
me what fault you have to find with FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL ,
your husband."
"fle is a liar, a brute, a thief anda VALUES LOW PRICES
brainless fool!" answered the lady,
promptly."Tut COMPARE sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. ;

tut!" exclaimed his honor, made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. .
with Wilsonian emphasis. "You could FURNITUREWe '
hardly prove all that. OUR Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

"Prove it? Why, everybody knowsit provide the quality of furniture that has long Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
!" been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
"If you knew it,why did you marry standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
him?" It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
"I didn't know it*before I married this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
him." of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Then the husband spoke for the
first time. W. M. SLEMONSORANGE
"She did, too!" he shouted.-Cleveland -I. McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK,

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Report of the Condition of v Only 27 Per Cent. of 1,900,000,000Acres ( it 1
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THESTATE

Washington, Jan. 21.-After an exhaustive iii Condensed Statement as rendered to
study, the federal .',
depart
= Comptroller of the Currency
ment of agriculture has ascertainedthat January 13, 1914 TTResources
BANK only 27 per cent. of the available

tillable land of the United States is ; ,
under cultivation. The breaking of
Loans and Discounts ____$193,075.19
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land for farming purposes thus far in 0'
Bonds __________________ 98,390.61 -
I of Orlando this country has followed the lines of =
Banking House Safety De- ::
least resistance, and the extension of .. -
posit Vaults and Fixtures 30,436.52 !\
the tilled area will involve greater
Cash and Due from :-
-. at the close of business January 15, 1914, in compliance expense irrigation for than clearing was, occasioned drainage and by Banks _______________ 1'>...'>,.'.09.,.3 >=

with 6127 Laws of Florida. -
: Chapter preparing the land already under cul- $44 ,612.05
tivation.
RESOURCESLoans Continental United States contains Liabilities

and Discounts ______..:______________$499,198.10 approximately 1,900,000,000 acres of Capital ____________.:.____$ 50,000.00
: Overdrafts ______________________________ 234.04 land, of which 60 per cent. is tillable, Surplus _________________ 10,000.00
Stocks and Bonds ________________________ 69,496.79 that is, capable of being cultivatedby Undivided Profits ________ 2,700.76
Furniture and Fixtures ___________________ 13,034.80 means of the plow. The census of = Circulation ______________ 21,000.00 .

Real Estate _____________________________ 9,285.50 1900 showed that the land area in Bills Payable ____________ 45,000.00
": Cash and Due from Banks ________________ 299,478.90 crops amounted to 311,000,000 acres, Deposits ________________ 315,911.29
or 27 per cent. of the potential tillablearea.

$890,728.13 $444,612.05 -
The proportion of tillable land in

LIABILITIES Georgia, Tennessee and South Caro- .

Capital Stock ___________-________________$ 50,000.00 lina under cultivation is about the Our Gro1J'Ii1\ .
Surplus ________________________________ 35,000.00 same, 32 per cent., so that these three S
Undivided Earnings ______________________ 4,211.78 states are above the general average, Deposits
Dividends Unpaid ________________________ 304.00 but by no means in a class with a
Deposits ________________________________ 801,212.35 : number of middle western states as November 26, 1912 $ 74,849.92
I I "agricultural empires." February 4, 1913. 128,884.60

$890,728.13 Illinois and Iowa share the glory April 4, 1913 157,684.98
: of ranking first in the proportion of
9 1913.
June 185,875.96August
. S. WATERS HOWE, Cashier : tillable land under cultivation. Each
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9 1913
213,061.50
: boasts of 63 per cent. Only one percent
of the tillable land of Arizona October 21, 1913 255,752.86
: cultivated and 5 cent. is .
is only per
: Jannary 13, 1914, 315,911.29
:p cultivated in Florida. __ .
: After Illinois and Iowa the relative
BHiimilinmiMtHIIIIMMMilimililMIIIHMMRS. rank of the states the first ten
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braska 40 Vermont 47 Kansas i '! ' '' :ri ;' ,I ',' n' :.I, I'' "''I'' I ""i" I' I"" I II'' I "I 'j
i MRS. IVES ENTERTAINS CENTURY CLUB TWENTIETH MANY CAKE PRIZES MAKING AWARDED CONTEST IN North ,Dakota; 44; Pennsylvania, ; ,,r\e-I; .11111'' I tl lIII'IWIl"I J 111 :llm ijl@jl llt\ !I! jl r'I!! I ll ,J\JIIII\111H IIII! IIil\! ii I'II'III 1 \!, III il \,I lrll: I, I 1I III' : I :::!: :\!:,: !::!!::';!! III,!:! 1:1::::: \,I;i. :II:::II::.Ii;:: ;::: :I j: t 1 :;:"1': : .'I I!';

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The Twentieth Century club had a A large number of excellent cakes i 41.
f i delightful meeting yesterday after- and several loaves of bread, 'made The total land area of Georgia is IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIC'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
noon with Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., on1!ft with Omega flour and cottolene to placed at 38,000,000 acres, of which I
t Gore avenue. I demonstrate the merits of these popular ' 81 per cent is potentially available for : OLIVE OIL
f The first act of Longfellow's "Span- ingredients, were entered yester- tilled crops. Only 32 per cent. of this :
ish Student" was the special topic!! day in the contest held at Dickson & area has been cultivated. In other :
r't under consideration, and later an interesting : Ives' under the auspices of the Civic words it is estimated that 30,700,000acres .
t discussion was held overt League. are available for agriculture, OLIVE OILFor
"current events," various interesting The judges, Mrs. Geo. C. Keller, and that 9,849,000 acres are under -

r items being contributed by the mem- Mrs. Morey, and Mrs. Lawton, had a the plow. .
difficult task to determine who should Tennessee's land area is given at For ForSALADS
I bers.Miss Gilchrist assisted Mrs. Ives in receive the generous prizes, finally 27,000,000 acres, of which 74 per cent.,

r serving dainty sandwiches, cake and I determining the awards as follows: or 19,980,000 are available for the
coffee; and as it was the first time the First prize, Mrs. A. B. Whitman; .plow. Of this available land. only!. COOKING MEDICINAL USE
club had met in Mrs. Ives' new home, a medal given by the N. K. FairbanksCo. 6,303,000 acres are under cultivation. : ,

the ladies enjoyed going through the ., one-half barrel of Omega flour,
I house with the hostess, whose handi- one pound of coffee, one-half pound MANAGER OF MUTT AND JEFF I THE PURE IMPORTED OILLJSTE1r

work over remodeling and, furnishinghas Rumford baking powder, one Ferris WANTS TO LIVE IN FLORIDA
attained a charming result. ham, $1 Sunshine crackers, and a $1
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Among those present were Mrs. W. jar of mince meat. Mr. F. W. Holland, manager of the :

: H. Robertson, Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. The second prize, won by Mrs. Mutt and Jeff burlesque which playedto
Coleman, Mrs. S. R. Hudson, Mrs. Bradshaw, consisted of a Fairbanks capacity business at the Orlando Housewives. above all, be particular where :

: Bogue, :Mrs. Branch, Mrs. Johnson, medal, 48 pounds of Omega flour, two opera house last night, is in love with ; you buy your olive oil, your spices, your extracts. In making up ;
Mrs. Dow, Mrs. :McKean, Mrs. Whitman pounds of coffee, one-half pound of Florida, and says he may locate some-
f Mrs. Dovel and Miss Hope Star- Rumford baking powder, one Swift where in the state. It has been over ; your grocery order, Ring No. 2, our delivery boy is at your service. ;

: buck. ham.Miss thirty years since Mr. Holland visited OLIVE OIL Pint 50c
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Claire Robinson received third the state, and he was not preparedfor

WEDNESDAY CARD CLUB MEETS honor, and Mrs. A. P. Curry fourth, the many changes that have taken : Qt. $1.00 : '
WITH MRS. E. F. SPERRYThe the awards being the same,24 pounds place to set forth the richness of the
Omega flour, one pound coffee, one- land and the progressiveness of the "Gal. 3.50 : :

Wednesday Card club met with half pound baking powder, one stripof people. He said it was rather a forlorn ..
:Mrs. E. F. Sperry yesterday after- breakfast bacon, one jar of preserves looking prospect when he came ,
noon. There were eight of the mem- and $1 Sunshine crackers. to Florida thirty-seven years ago, :
bers present and four substitutes, the The watch and pin offered by Mr. but now it is quite the reverse. DeLANEY & ABERNETHY ,
members being Mesdames Temple, T. H. Evans for the best pound cake Talking.shop a bit, Mr. Holland said .
Hudson, Thornton, Schnarr, Watson were won by Mrs. Carl Dann;'and for that the Mutt and Jeff shows are ; ORLANDO, DRUGGISTS FLORIDA :
and Miss McKee. The substituteswere the best layer cake, the nickel coffee making a rich man of Bud Fisher, the 1111111111111111111.FClr .
Mesdames Spencer, Reese, Douglas percolator given by the Pierce Electric cartoonist who originated the char-
and Miss Rita Lawton. The hos- company was awarded to Mrs.R. acters. Fisher gets a royalty, and
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tess was assisted in serving delicious L Piers. there are six Mutt and Jeff companiesnow [ "r "c.CO
refreshments by Mrs. C. E. Johnson. The following prizes were also given playing, and the fame of the
by our business houses, with Mrs. comical pair is so widespread that the 1
RECEPTION FOR MRS. JAMES J. G. R. Ponders, Mrs. Lucy Ross Cornish houses are invariably crowded. Gus II
MAGRUDERMiss Mrs. A. G. Branham, and Miss Hill is the name of the financial gen-
ius who backed the venture, and he .
Sarah Stagg among the fortunate recipients .
Susie Magruder will entertainthis : 'For the greatest numberof too has made a fortune on it. Seven II IN EVERY ONE II
afternoon in compliment to her cakes entered by one person, a $5 hundred and fifty persons saw Mutt
sister-in-law, :Mrs. James Magruder.The savings account from the Orlando and Jeff through their vicissitudes from will
of
guests include the younger ma- Bank & Trust company. For best last night, and all were pleased. 0 your purchases us you 0
trons and a few girl friends. doughnuts, a bottle of violet water There was nothing but fun of the
from Estes, and for the best light- lightest and most frothy kind, but it vi find originality NOTHING over fl

MENDELSSOHN REHEARSALThere bread, an alluminum stewpan from was all they were looking for, and
Mr. Guernsey. For the best plain the appearance of the title characterswas II done but harmony and good taste II
will be a special rehearsalof cake the Parlor Market gave the quite enough to satisfy. The ,

the Mendelssohn Club, Thursday choice of a $2 order for either ham company will go to Daytona today. III combined. Come and see. j jo
evening at 8 o'clock, at the Presbyterian chicken or beef roast, and the best ,
church. All members are requested cake made by girls under 18 years MILLIONAIRE'S SON WEDS 0
to be present. of age was awarded a two-pound box BLACKSMITH'S DAUGHTERSan =

NOTICE, REBEKAHS of Candy Whitman's Kitchen. candy from Butt's Francisco, Cal, Jan. 21.Shewas
& CO. Jewelers
Rebekah Lodge No. 12, I. 0. 0. F., the daughter of the village black o ALLEN
will have installation of officers LUCERNE TODAY smith. He is the son of a multimillionaire ,

Thursday, January 22. All local and The program at the Lucerne thea- and heir to his father's mil-
visiting members are requested to at- ter, Orlando's best photo play house, lions made in oil. When Captain Bar- ,1erClr
tend. Refreshments will be served in includes an unusual and extraordinary neson heard that his son, Lionel, was n Everything Guaranteed. Reliable RepairingFIVE n
the ladies' dining room. picture play entitled "Trapped in a paying too much attention to Hazel
MRS. DALE, Secretary.The Forest Fire." This picture depicts an Hammerson, of Redwood City, where .J = r ===ClCJ

actual, raging forest fire in which thev" attended school. he shipped.. him --
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Sentinel has received the following millions,at dollars are lost, and is extremely on a world tour. That was seven BURN TO DEATH IN HOME CAKE, SALE LIVING PICTURES .
from Millerton, N. Y.: Mrs. interesting. Another picture years ago. Orlando's poet, Mr. Victor Starbuck,
Julia Becker and Mrs. Jennie Jenks, story shown today is "Two Girls of But young Barneson and his sweet- number of delicious cakes which has written a poem on Ponce de Leon ,,
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Millerton, N. Y., leave this mornIng the Hills," a Reliance film. The set- heart kept in communication by mail, Alpena, Mich., Jan. 21.-Five per- which will be read and illustrated at *,'
were left from the Civic League con- ,the Lucerne theater on February 3rd.117ti. ;
late
is laid cable and wireless. A few days sons were burned to death here
where
( the temperature is two ting in the mountains and avery ago test yesterday will be on sale this .
below zero) for Orlando, Fla., stopping pretty love story is shown. Still they slipped away to a country town last night in a fire, which destroyedthe I morning at Dickson & Ives' store,
route for short atathonville. another picture is "Her and were married. There was par- residence of Samuel Bloise. The
en a time Legacy, a where purchasers can select both the __ W. T. ENTRICAN: 4
We bespeak for thema story of a lost will. ental forgiveness and now Barnesonand victims were Mrs. Bloise, three chil- kind and the quantity desired, the Painter and interior decorator. New 1.
hearty, welcome, and Orlando will Don't forget that the Lucerne pictures his bride will reside in Los Angeles dren and her brother-in-law. larger cakes being cut if only a part ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. '. \
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do her best to entertain these estima- are shown from 2 p. m. to 10' where he will be in charge of his thereof be wanted.If Expert l-2Um workmen employed. .So

ble ladies, who have never breathed i p. m., with no stops, and that the father's business. Ladies' hair dressing, massage, U
a breath of your Florida climate, nor price is always the same-5 cents to .:
news, ,
have ever seen an alligator or an ort all. Music rendered by the Lucerne Sentinel little want ads. get the you you
ange tree. four-piece orchestra. goods while the getting's good. Shop. 1-2-tf tie Sentinel Sentinel
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