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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 23, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00311
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GREAT MID-WINTER SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME.
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F Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.


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VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914. NUMBER 297. 1




:..:: f FOREIGN[I N MINISTER I[ OF f JAPAN ANTS TRADE tOMW 1 ISSION WIll''I PT P[ABODY- AND- REYNOLDS[{ .: SURER[ Ill[ HIS I STORY I Y Iij JURY Y I''



: aELP l COURTSWITH WORK 10 T O Bf ON RESERVE[ BOARD !


: UNITED[ STATES I T TOACT I IN MEXICO O .jINVESTIGATING' [ GRAfi IN NW[ Y YORK K i iOOIN


CLAYTON INTRODUCES BILL IN PRESIDENT WILSON MAKES

THE HOUSE EMBODYING TENTATIVE SELECTION OF '

MAKINO MAKES S SUPT. CROWN PLEASED[ WIT PRESIDENTS IDEA OF TWO OF THE FOUR HE [ ARTICLE BRINGS OUT REIEWS IN DETAIL LONG 1


WHICH HE COMMISSION GOVERNMENT INTERMEDIARY- BOARD. IS TO-SELECT CANDIDATES fOR B BOND TRUSTEE[[ NARRATIVE OF BREAK

; SUCH Special to the SentineLWashington Special to the SentinelWashington WITH MURPHY

.: Jan. 22.-After a con- Jan. .-President I
of the Coast Line Says He
ference between Attorney General Wilson has tentatively chosen GeorgeF. Chauncey Holt Announces and Enters

) Can Do Business in a Hurry McReynolds, Senator Newlands and Peabody, the millionaire philan- Name With City Clerk and
:k
J PROTECTION IS [ With the Commissioners Chairman Clayton of the house judiciary thropist, and George M. Reynolds, Others Are WillingThe GIGANTIC SUMS STOLfN i
I
Ir,\ II I committee and Representatives president of the Continental and
Division Supt. Mike Crown of the -
ct I I l Carlin and Floyd this afternoon the Commercial National bank, of Chi- article in the Sentinel yesterday , i
Coast Line was in Orlando
FOR JAPANESE i!'!body of the trade commission and other cago, as members of the federal reserve calling attention to the fact thata IN CONTRACTS FOR CUTTING
had a conference with the city
JAPAN WILL I trust measures were agreed upon. board. bond trustee was to be elected Sat- CANAL AND STATE HIGHWAYS
yesterday in regard to' -
' OF LOOKING OUT the railroad crossings in I j i Before the adjournment of the house This information comes from offi- urday and that no candidate for the BY MINIONS OF j

I(I today Chairman Clayton introduced cial sources today. It is said the place had announced brought forth
OWN city, and concerning other mat-
NEW YORK BOSS
:the trade commission bill, which was president now prepared to offer the announcement of Mr. ChaunceyHolt
including the of the :
Sentinel appearance : referred to the committee of interstate these men the first choice for the which appears in today's issueof
Special to the about the station and the :'
Albany, an. 22.Ex-Governor Sul-
I.. Washington, Jan. 22. of the passageways by ex I'I commerce. board. this paper.
i Chinda of Japan gave The principal and most important Should they receive the places Mr. Holt entered his name with zer today resumed his story before )
packages. Station.Agent E. S. the
.f without the knowledge 'duty: of the proposed trade commis- there will be only two vacancies left, Mr. C. A. Boone, acting city clerk, grand jury of the clash he had
and Express Agent Sykes were with
Charles .
Wilson or Secretary I j sion i besides conducting investigations the other places being filled by designation yesterday afternoon. The names of Murphy when he refused
at the conference. to make
from a speech delivered Supt. Crown issued instructions to1!I(I i will be to aid the courts in the i in the act by Secretaries Mc- Mr. J. T. Hendricks and Mr. Carl the boss. appointments demanded by ,

by I formation of decrees of dissolution. Adoo and Houston and Comptroller of Dann were mentioned in connection

anese Minister parliament Makino which station'and express agents to im-I I The commission is to consist of five the Currency John Skelton Williams.INTlPAi. with the place, each signifying his Sulzer's testimony was his first '
the
the conditions at ,
rove !members, not more than three of willingness to serve if other sworn statement of charges he has
forceful intimations no can-
in the presence of the commis- 'I whom be members of the same didate made against Murphy and in many
may announced.The
States must act in warning that he would WARRANT ISSUED I S [ !
gave political party. When the act becomes position is largely honorarybut particulars he added to and elabo-
delay.A
no excuses for neglect. The rated them.
statement is i I effective the bureau of corporations is also important, and the compensation
frank -
of the passageways by ex- ':will cease to exist. ARREST OF f WENDLR[ [ is $200 a The place I Sulzer appeared as a witness in
year.
Japanese government shipments is to be stopped, and i M District Attorney Whitman's John
found it to on the board of bond trustees was .
necessary neater is to be at
kept Doe
appearance i inquiry into state
izens in Mexico,and will station. MAKING MOTION PICTURES 1 Of Alleged That lie Left Without Accounting made vacant by the resignation of Mr. was called to explain highway graftHe

-, work at any hazard. for Receipts After. E. F. Sperry when he entered the of- why as gov.
The agreeable
superintendent was ernor-elect he had
sent
,/i4 Repeated reference is : the plan of the commissioners to'', FLORIDA TOWNS AND R ADSRepresentatives f Tampa Poultry .Show fice of mayor.MRS. the state canal board requesting a telegram it to to

4 kino to the the railroad crossings repaired defer action of a $3,000,000 canal con

which he says "is delay, and work was begun It appears from an item publishedin tract upon which Stewart who
failedto
p- ture to give even on the crossings near the of San Diego Exposi the Tampa Times which reached i. GOELEI10 T SPEND WINTER get the contract, testified
1 tion in Orlando Log last that Mr. J. H. at pre-
efficiency in the on Making Orlando night

peace." it grounds.will have Other prompt crossings attention.in need i j(' Route Through State Wendler, who is to manage the poultry WiTH HllDRN[ HI DAYTONA vious Gaffney hearings had asked that him a for man contribution named

exhibit for the South Florida Midwinter a <
The International _
i
Supt. Crown said at the conclusion i of 5 per cent of the
% After trip down the East Coast to be held contractSulzer
informed by the a exposition February
the conference that he had done Wife of Millionaire Clubman Left said that he had sent the telegram '
that :Makino cabled Messrs. R. P. Cooper and W. E. Ma- 17-21, is much wanted in Tampa. The -
business in few minutes with
a New York Tuesday After Entering because he had been told there
.; days ago that he would carton of the publicity department of article from the Times follows:
commissioners that he had
ever Suit for Divorce was danger that Stewart's bids wouldbe
'.'. by the national senate the Panama-Pacific exposition to beheld A warrant was yesterday sworn
able to transact in days with the thrown out and that this would bea
: adopt this plan of under the aldermanic He at San Diego, Cal, in 1915, out for J. H. Wendler, secretary of -
z system. great injustice to Stewart
'i reached Orlando last night and will ,the Florida Fanciers' association, who New York, Jan. 22. That papers and the
t' impressed that commission gov state of New York. For
spend the better part of the day i in !left the city after the show without filed yesterday in Newport, R. I.,I having requested
SMl1H'S J JEWELRY[ [ is a great improvement over the canal board to defer
:town. making an account of the funds collected would show all that was to be said of action -
'i in the matter,
I I i They started from San Diego Au- for the gate at the show, nor Mrs. Robert Goelet's suit against her Murphy summoned
[ him, Sulzer said, and told him
GAINESVillE! he
gust I 9, and logged the road to New ,of the money he had received as do- husband, millionaire clubman, for an was
..1. TRAMP SHOOTS OCAIA OfflCTO ER ,York and from there through Wash nations from business men. absolute divorce was the statement of "butting where he did not belong" f.
and that he was "not
Flames Cause Damage i I ington, where they presented a letterto I W. T. Morgan, a member of the executive Samuel Untermyer", her attorney. beginning right

Heart of Business Df1H AND .I IS KILLED 'I President Wilson from the exposition committee, and one of the first New York friends have known of as When governor.Sulzer
resented this
F University I management, and came on to I members of the association, made the differences between Mr. and Mrs. Goe- and told
,. the Tammany chief he intended
,Jacksonville. At that city the boardof affidavit to the paper, charging Wend let, it became known today. While to
Shooting Soon as He Saw be his own he
'
that
governor
; Gainesville, Fla., Jan. trade engaged them to log the ler with embezzling something like they continued to ccupy their Fifth swore
Man Hunting Him Witha Murphy replied:
were called out at 1 o'c1 roads of the state with a view to pub ,$3,000. The exact amount can not be avenue, mansion, friends say it was "Like hell
Warrant will. Ill
ing to the north side lishing a guide book for tqurists, and learned, as the secretary has the only to keep up appearances of har you'll end, damned you see where

house square where M'S Ocala, Fla., Jan. 22.:-James Lane,I it is upon this work that they are books in his possession. mony, and there was no hope of recon Sulzer indicated quick.this

I tablishment of L. C. -sheriff of Sumter county, and for:I now engaged. They were accompa The whereabouts of Wendler! are ciliation. marked his first interview
clash
wrapped in flames. few of,, nied from Jacksonville by Mr. J. C. unknown. He is said to have gone to On Tuesday last Mrs. Goelet left i with Murphy.
past years special agent i Sulzer said
that
' The firm of L C. Seaboard, was fatally wounded,,Claiborne, of the Florida Metropolis, Indianapolis, to judge a waterfowl 1 for Daytona, Fla. Mrs. Goelet is the I he when he became
.
governor
,r in the,heart of the this morning at Wildwood by a and the log is being published daily show two weeks ago, and has not daughter of the late Henry Whalen,I General agreed with Attorney

the city and adjoins the whom he filled with bullets be I I in that newspaper.The I been heard of since. After the show a Philadelphia banker. Her mother i is canal board Carmody, a member of the <* i

dry goods establishment he succumbed. car in which the tourists are here was over, A. L. Allen, president now the wife of Chartman Kuhn,. of I that Stewart ought to f
I get the
contract
and the :Miller Both are dead. traveling is a forty horse power i of- the association, called a meeting Philadelphia. and had sought to
"get him
and is with i Mr. Goelet is the of the late justice. Other members of
the other. A man named John Raymond was Spaulding, decorated advertisements ,and requested Mr. Wendler to be son the board

,. The large stock of fine principal in a hold-up in Ocala I of the San Diego expo- present and render an account of whathe Ogden Goelet and is the owner of an however, outvoted the attorney -

Tied' by the Smith night. He and another tramp sition. This event is to take place i in had done. He did not show up. estate, principally in New York city, Sulzer general six to one.

: damaged and the entire up a man named J. H. Hinegard-I I'advance of the larger exposition to of more than $35,000,000. He is a Murphy in described New a meeting with Mr.
Francisco.A ; member of clubs. His York on March 18,
in be held at San many steam
k water.
and robbed him of some money, THIEVES[ GET MUCH SWAG II of that when
the
The display windows pistol and watch.Raymond's feature of the work undertakenby yacht Nahma is one of the most luxu year Tammany leader ,

2k- loaded with silver, Messrs. Cooper and Macarton i is rious craft afloat. In 1908 he presented attempted to induce him, he said, 1
accomplice, Waddell
ST. PETERSBURG[ to make other
.. watches, etc., were a was arrested by Ocala po the making of motion pictures of the to his wife a half million dollar appointments."Mr. ,1

The entire loss will but Raymond escaped. roads and the towns along the roads chateau in France at Sandicourt, out Murphy was the boss, con- t
I which These bidding Prince Murat for it. This :tinued Sulzer. "I was the governor. j jI
through they pictures -
$40,000, which is Lane was on the lookout for him pass. Judge Sullivan Contributes to Their did
insurance. tried to arrest him this morning. I will be shown over the country Loot in the Loss of $300in was considered at the time the finest along everything with him. in my power to get 1

: The Law Exchange Raymond fired as soon as he saw i'generally, and will afford an incalculable Cash country estate in France, barring anything within I was willing to do 4

.k is owned by Capt. J. J.' officer, fatally wounding him, only amount of advertising, the valueof that of the Rothschilds at Adamvil- willing to violate reason but I was not j
oath of
damaged by water. be shot down himself. Both died which can hardly be estimated. St. Petersburg, Jan. 22.-A haul of liere. to shut my' office, j
nor my eyes to graft When
The occupants of the a few minutes. They will drive over Orlando today $300 in cash, six suits of clothes, an The Goelets were married ten years I tod him this

forced into the street Lane was a very popular man and I and make pictures of some of the overcoat and a gold watch valued at ,!ago. laugh at me..", Murphy' always would i t

stores. death is deeply regretted. streets and show places. Incidentallythey $100 was made by burglars that en 1

The loss to Captain will call on some of the hotels tered the house of Judge J. J. Sullivan

amount to about $5,000. and garages for advertisements to formerly president of the city COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MAY ISSUE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION' OF 1
( [S AT COAST LINE
STATION
Mr. Smith, whose have place in the guide book which council and justice of the peace in St. BABY BUILDERS ELECTS OFFICERSSpecial J
SOME B BONDS
I II
damaged, is a err iN WORK( they expect to issue. Petersburg. This is the richest haul 1

T. H. Evans, of The car in which they have made that has been made in the city so far. to the SentineL i
the has been driven 6,652 miles I It is possible that of the road
The congregation of a lot of suspi trip Police now believe that there is an some Louisville, Jan. 22.-The National
to date. The road loggers will returns bonds to be sold by the county com- t
SIX THOUSAND appearing individuals near train organized gang at work in the city. Association of Builders' Exchanges

.P.k .V TON BURNED AT at the Coast Line station ha by the Borderland route, going from Four houses have been entered within missioners of the $600,000 issue will today selected Columbus, 0., as the .1

-. some time given rise to question Jacksonville through west Florida, on the past few nights and several be issued in small denominations, of meeting place for 1915, and elected

Special to the Sentinel. to the cause which impelled them. by New Orleans and along the south. attempts have been made on others. the kind known as "baby bonds," for the following officers: President, H. i

Fort Worth, Tex., may be given explanation, i in ern boundary of the United States. the small investors at home. Whether L Lewan, Louisville; vice-president i

which for a time at least, by the fact that Mr. They expect to reach San Diego some JUSTICE LURTON SEEKS RESTO- there is any legal inhibition againstthe John Trainer, Baltimore
broad section of time in May. issue of certain amount of the ; secretary, 1
over a E. George, of San Francisco, RATION AT MIAMI a J. M. Voltmer, Louisville treasurer
; ,
stroyed six thousand is stopping at the Tremont, had bonds in this way has not been inves- George C. Shroeder, Grand Rapids. 'J

and the compress of the pockets picked Wednesday night "ARE WE TO HAVE AN OPEN Washington, Jan. 22.-Justice and tigated, but it is certain that a number i

Compress company and he made his way through the crowd SUNDAY IN ORLANDO!" Mrs. Lurton and Mr. Jacobs, Lurton's of such bonds would find a ready !

houses here late today, the street. Mr. George reported private secretary, will leave Washington market in Orlando and Orange countyif HARDWOOD MANUFACTURERSELECT

i $600,000. loss yesterday. He didn't discover Dr. Wray, the :Methodist pastor, : Saturday for Miami, Fla., where this were done. County Clerk B. OFFICERS

he had been "touched" until he protests against the proposed "Sun- they will 'spend a few weeks. Justice M. Robinson is much in favor of the -

,y.# FIVE THOUSAND need for his purse. He found day Opening in Orlando," and will Lurton is just recovering from serious idea. He contends that it would give Special to the Sentinel, t

TON BURNED AT he had lost the purse with i its preach on the subject Sunday morns :illness. the small investors a' chance to invest Memphis, Jan. 22.-The Hardwood 4..:.

;+ of $75, and then recalled ing at the Grand. The public most I in home securities and would be Lumber Manufacturers' association, i

Special to the Sentinel had felt a hand at his back when cordially invited. TO LECTURE. ON LAW E. FORCE.11EXr the means of putting into circulationa at its final session today elected the |

Memphis, Jan. 22. was leaving the train. It is not goodly amount of money that is following officers: President, J. H. f

'' !! originated in the that others have lost money THE WEATHER now buried and would furthermoregive Himmelberger, Cape Girardeau, Mo.; :t

p.' & Co. today consumed have not made it known. Florida: Fair Friday, except local Dr. George Stuart is to lecture on people who have money in the first vice-president, B. B. Burns, Hunt. '

t bales of cotton, entailiI rains in south; warmer in north and I law enforcement at the Orlando op- savings banks at four per cent. a ington, West Va.; second vicepresident {

$* $300,000. The cotton New novels on our 50 cent table central portions. Saturday, fair in I era house tonight. He is to appear chance to realize a better percentageon Ralph May, Memphis; treasurer, ;;

;V insurance. The fire is that library. We have one for south and central portions; local rainsin 1 under the auspices of the Anti-Saloon their savings while guaranteeingthe C. M. Crawford, Coal Grove 0.; secretary .:

ing,tonJght Curtis & O'Neal north. League of. Florida. Admission free. absolute safety of the investment. W. L. Weller_ Cincinnatir"


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ATLANTA FROM MEXICO ; I I I I I I I Il S S S I I IIO ft is-..,,,v,4v' I b ,


Atlanta, Jan. 21.-A new and start- : Oc1aalia Serce I Today at H
Nursery r
ling dance entitled "The Bullet, I i
< which bids fair to rival the tango in :
popularity, has been introduced to :
the younger set in Atlanta by Miss : MONTGOMERY niGrand PICTURE 71j Co's

Ruth Hull, a beautiful American girl, I
who has lived practically all her life : always been accepted in Orange County as the

in.Mexico City, and who is now on a : best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand
' visit with relatives here.
' "The Bullet," as its name indicates, no oneever will, because our trees are the best TheatreCapt.

had its origin in the stormy revolu- and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.

tion which has been raging in Mexico, Bonavita, world's famous lion tamer will personally present
and Miss Hull has danced it in that Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who-

k country when sure enough leaden bullets ever heard of an ignored claim? "IN THE SULTAN'S POWER"
actually crashed into the windowsof
the ball room. We offer you first choice from the largest stockin featuring C. Livingston Wiggins international aviator the great two reel Ani-

Miss Hull is the daughter of W. B. the world for this season's planting and your suc- mal-Aeroplane picture taken at Sulphur Springs in which he narrowly escaped
Hull, a rich factory operator. The death. Before the picture is shown at each performance, Capt. Bonavita will givean
Hull family live in the old palace of cess with our stock is already assured when your interesting lecture on the picture and the animals which appear in it, and ex-

the Maximilians, which is just across grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- plain every detail. Also today Selig's great Melodrama
the street from a Madero stronghold. sonal land when
ol
inspection your requested on any
, Many of the bullets from the rebel "In Finger Print"in
guns lodged in the walls of Mr. Hull's planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto

home. Miss Hull says that it was planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best two reels. .The clue that unravelled a mystery and made three hearts happy.

k nothing unusual during the most of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. Last two nights of Hodges Brothers and Ross in their clean, clever come-

i) stormy bullet times flying for her through to be awakenedby her win- dy and song hits. Today "Jimmy Hodges" will render his "A Fool There Was,"
a
from "Vampire" by popular
Kipling's
dow. She slept in an angle of the request.
room protected by heavy masonry ADDRESS Continuous performance from 3:30 until 10:00 p. m.

where the bullets couldn't fly. ABRING CHILDREN
r It was in this house that the dance Children | Ill TODAY Adults 20c j
called "The Bullet" made its debut.
OCKLAAIIA
NURSERIES
e Even the hissing of the Winchesterballs
failed to dampen the ardor of Coming week of January 26th MISS RUTH PEARL, dainty singer of

the jolly American boys and girls, sweet songs. Special one week's engagement.
and nightly they gathered at the Hull 23
Dept. Tangerine Fla -
,
home and danced to the tune of the NEXT TUESDAY, JANUARY 27
cannon roar and whistling bullets. .1.1..1..1.1"11.,111,111".1 ,,'"
Miss Hull, who is personally acquainted "THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII"

with Huerta, says that she tetlCMimitillltlltimiMIIIIMHM8illllllMIIMFOR
liked the Madero family much better. ; ,250,000 production in six reels and three acts. ONE DAY ONLY.

SALE f.I'.I..IIIIIIIIIIIII.III.II.IIIII.I.I.'III.11511111III'II 'I'II"III'I'I". '
BEARDSLEY GAVE UP BATTLE " " " 'III I O"gIPI1811ItI tliQIII.a&O" i a.I.' IIIIIIIII'


Mayville, N. Y., Jan. 21.-Edward ii New T wo- tory Modern For Economy and purchase -
a Beardsley who, for more than a week,
has defied the efforts of Sheriff An- i House one block from W RIG H T co power of your mon-
derson and a posse to arrest him, sur- SEBD
{R\REAL j "Try Wrights Farm
rendered to C. D. Backus, a local hotel ; ESTATE ey
I Lucerne Circle.
man, early today and was locked up!I Thats Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
in the jail. Backus, who was appoint Ii Orlando Florida
ed a deputy sheriff, effected the "cap i bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
: ture" alone and in keeping with a Helen Wright Owner
Quality.Fresh .
r plan agreed upon by Beardsley yes-

terday. Beardsley was served with a 113 AMERICA STREET Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
warrant charging him with assault in .miiiniiiiii . ... . ., ...,.......111 .! ii ii . cents; Sweet :Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents
the first degree in having shot G. W.
. Putnam, overseer of the poor of dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30

Chautauqua county, with intent to FELLOWSHIP TEA TO BE GIVENBY WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents pint. .
4 SUFFRAGE LEAGUE Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

kill.Beardsley's "capture" came after Come one, come all. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
Coal Yard 566. 9-31-tf
,
eight days of open defiance of the I I Where? To the fellowship tea phone
law and his effective defense of "Fort given by the Equal Suffrage League I=

Bradley" as his farm house strong- at the home of Mrs. Mahlon Gore on I +.
hold became known, dwindled into a
Lucerne Circle. FIRE INSURANCEme
burlesque with the outlaw in the prin- When? Friday, January 23, 1914, {
cipal role. He would not allow any at 3 o'clock.
one to see and talk with him exceptthe Why? To hear this popular subject -
sheriff and he turned his notorietyinto discussed from all viewpoints.*

< money by the sale of autograph I What then? Light refreshments. ( me rvElTto Success.
postal cards, posing for photographers '
.
and moving picture men. He NOTICEAll COUNTRY
.
g boasted that Sheriff Anderson would stored
persons having goods REALSTAft C'Rj. JAHSEM
never "take" him. with the late Jacob Shanibarger, at Just arrived car load ,
... A week ago Tuesday Beardsley shot 10 East Church street, Orlando, are IMPROVED AN
the Poor Putnam the hereby notified to remove same before FORDS for immediate IOTARY
1 Overseer of as February 1st, or they will be sold forstorage. \UNIMPROVE, ORLANDO
latter*was about to take the outlaw's UbuC
i nine children to a county institution. P. M. SHANIBARGER, Adm'r., delivery.Get \ / FLORIDA.
I: He barricaded the windows and doors 1-14-lw Pine Castle, Fla.
>: of his farm house and kept the sheriff yours now. .
and his posse of 25 men at bay by Subscribe for the Sentinel in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Joan Hotel
threatening to use the children as a F. G. RUSH,
= shield against their bullets. On Mon-
BucRmaster Phone 226liifliiiiimiiiiim
day he agreed to surrender today if Dr.
the children were allowed to be taken -
out of the county and he be permitted
to give himself up in Mayville. Put- Osteopathic Physician I ElectricallyEquipped

; nam, the wounded overseer of the 132 Orange Avenue !
poor, will recover.
k. Next door to People's Bank,

Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em up-stairs. Acute and chron -
F
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on Court street. 12-5-tf ic diseases treated.Telephone .
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} in the history of the industry. ?,

FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty.Eight Better
this
This is the fourth order ments for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
\ Kept under the best sanitary conditions. Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
winter and they are selling fast completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
; so place your order now while and pure. head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat
teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.
for the We invite inspection i and guarantee satisfaction. We have
they last and be prepared You cannot fully realize the 1914 India without thorough study of the 1914
everything in the Meat Line. Indian Catalog. It makes plain host of compelling Indian facts that all motor.
cold and $6.50. I cyale-mterested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
next spell, $4.50 c.ta1of-th. most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read. t

The PARLOR MARKET The 1914 line of Indian Motocydes consists of:

4 H.P. Single Service Model............................$200.00
7 H.P. Twin Two-TwentyFive, Regular Model .j........ 225.00
7 H.P. Twin Two-Siztr, Standard Model................. 260.00
H. M. Self & CO. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model...................... 260.00 t
LAWATER[ & LIGHT CO1Gas 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 215.00 1
STREET 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00 : !
PINE 7 H.P.Twin Hendee Special Model(with Electric Starter) 325.00 !
Price F.O.A Factory t
Phone No. 80 }
Department
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. : Malone Taft,, from Fla., South Jan. Carolina 21.-Mr.,-has W. arrived H.- L CLEAN[!

in town. He has been here two ORLANDO BANK a TRUST 1 COMPANY

days Clark only, property and has on already Third boughtthe street

and four lots, and is hard at work on
Orlando Florida.
them fitting them for citrus fruits I
It took him but short
and trucking. a house
Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913 your room or
time to see a good thing and secure

it. RESOURCESLoans cleaned without dust or troubleof
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chenoworth, .
arrived last and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10 I
of Bowling Green, Ohio,
winter in I Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 moving furniture .
the our
to spend
:' Saturday will the Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33 II
climate. They
lovely occupy
Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57Banking
Fifth street.
f', Hammond cottage on
House Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
; ,
They are delighted with Taft and the The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
indications are that they will pur-
chase a home here and remain withus $656,382.24 '
man
LIABILITIES
.
permanently.Mr. .
W. L. Vetch, from Colorado, is :. Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00Surplus
visiting with A. C. Ellison and other and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86 SEE THEM FOR TERMS J

friends here for a few weeks. Flor- Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . 521,167.38
ida and especially Taft looks good to M

them. $656,382.24 .


, last Our Tuesday.municipal There election was was a lively held >; Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68 L[ flLTmLL[

t contest over the election of mayor, Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 Tne rl.t Ilnc
f A. M. Bristol winning by a majority .. ,

.;. of one. The balance of the ticket : Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The
elected was: For aldermen, D. B. CHURCH STREETSacrifice
of the Orlando Bank and Trust
officers and directors
'Sphaler, W. A. Levis, J. E. Tracey;
treasurer, J. 0. Collins; clerk and as- Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and )+6'II'II'I"I"IIIIII'II"
sessor, H. C. Hammond; tax collector friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. 11'11'11'1111111111111111'11'1'1111111'1111111"

and marshal, A. C. Ellison. The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
k The entertainment at the school the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in I'IIIII'II"'I'IIIIOOI I"M

house last Thursday evening passedoff this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
is nowhere better bank than in healthful
very pleasantly.\ Music, recitations, strength displayed by a
statements to its .
short speeches, songs, etc., changedthe patrons.M.

"quiet time" into a lively, jolly M. SMITH, President rrice
and small, a
time. Everybody, large W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
covered themselves with glory, or
words to that effect. The entertain-
ments are to be repeated occasionallyby llilitMliMMMMHItnMMIMMMIIIIIiiitlMHtint

request. 0

Mr. A. C. Ellison is hauling in a t ...." ,.,., .. .. .....HMHItMIHMMMtMIMMHMIIItMmiMHt*'
car load of oranges from his farm
for shipment. His fruit is very fine. Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
Fresh Candies
Our people are getting busy now
one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved -
for the spring planting, which com-

mences next month. Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb. with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
Mr. Bowman is bringing to market Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. lb.
daily some very fine vegetablespotatoes Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . ". . 40c. lb. locations in Orlando.

cabbage, onions, cauliflower, Menthal Drop's . . :. . . . . . 20c. Ib. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . 40c. lb.

peppers, etc., and soon he will flooo Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. lb. The Price is Right
us with strawberries. On strawberries -
I he and Mr. Barklow are rivals : Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . 20c. Chocolate Almonds
Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
with the contest about even at present : .
Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams .
This must seem strange to the
: Chocolate Filberts
Caramels
Chocolate
people up North, where the thermometer -
is registering 20 degrees belo\i : and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.
zero. Z-z-z! None of it for us. Ice Cream, 51.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c.extra for delivering'any OY1RIIUO ll Real l B Estate t Co

D. B. Sphaler and others are also : quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one i

furnishing solve very fine vegetablesand through our factory ,
all the gardens are full of them
Phone 504 Watkins BlockThe
HOT DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH
Who wouldn't live in Florida?
t
Wedding bells and orange blosscm DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents. ;

will be in demand soon, judging bj Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc. l'II'llt"I' l I6ell = ltltll'll'attl"I"llllllltll"J

reports and appearances. Ifa, Yankee Tomato Bouillon . . ',' . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc. __ .__ -t.
girl from the North comes here she is Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Lemonade .
This is not advertise- lOc. I
a goner. an Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c. t"IIIIIIII'IIIIIII'III'IIIIIIIIIIII"III"I"lll l'J

ment-simply a warning (or otherwise I Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon ; . . . . . . . . 15c.
). AltamonteALTAMONTE I
Mr. A. C. Ellison is moving ontc i
Canal .
his farm, getting ready for cleaningup :l/.tayer CO..,
and plowing for spring crops. Ht SPRINGS, FLORIDA.

has his .oranges all shipped, some 134 SOUTH ORANGE. AVENUE :. A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando(or A. C.L

grapefruit and tangerines yet, and MMMM IMItlMHtlMltHlilllllMmmtililMMMIIMIliiMMIIMMIMM R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in interior
e now he will look to the soil for a crop. Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has th-
Mr. Ward Lennington, formerly of most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
Muncie, Ind., spent last Sunday in f01111111f1f high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.

our beautiful city, visiting with :Mr. $ "f| 111 I Pnl'mmtmtiutlllliitntt' Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
and Mrs. Wright and others. ummmmmmmm UifflLlbOl ?.' "' '''' Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve- '::t

Miss Ara Collins went to Tampa V .,. . . ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. '
this morning on a visit. Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
IMIMIMHMIMOrlando
Mr. Frank R. Bowersox, of Oak i

Harbor, Ohio, is calling on friends
here today. He came down from GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer 1
Jacksonville, where he has been at-
tending the citrus fruit convention.He ( Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H. 4 4s

was accompanied by Geo. Edger " ' " s

ton, of Rochester, N. Y., and J. Hun-
german, of Pittsburg, Pa., all from Water & Light Co. 8 1
the convention. They registered at WE MAKE IT OUR BUSINESSTo .

the Nelson house. t'i

Mr. C. E. Swope, of Kissimmee, Electricity supply particular Stationery, Office I'
was in town last Wednesday on busi.
Supplies and Blank Books for particular peo- }

ness.Mr.. Barklow, Mr. C. H. Nelson, Mr. I Gas Water Ice. pIe. '}
Geo. K. Thomas and Mrs. Bertsch are

in Orlando today. We try to please even the most fastid- 1
Mr.: W. R. Cobb, of Selma, Ala.,
No. 18 West Central Avenue
registered at the Nelson house yesterday Office:--- ious, and will welcome enquiries about the
having business in town. !

Hugh McWhirter, of Orlando, was Telephone No. 6 special goods you have not been able to procure -
in town also yesterday, looking after
his interests here. elsewhere. 1
Supt. McKinnon visited our school
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today.. IIIII' MIIIIIIIIM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !
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Villi all ordinary demands.
FOR SALE

Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake Our prices will bring future orders
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and Oc lawaha Nurseries, home of Flor : "
ten acres of garden land, one hun- ida's best fruit trees, easily reached I W. S. BRANCH
dred bearing orange trees, small from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi- ,
house and barn. Price $2,500.
twelve nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by Just ReceivedNew
Twenty-eight acres acres The Arcade Book and Music Store
in grove, four hundred bearing trees, auto over hard surfaced roads, most
and two hundred young budded grape- convenient for all planters and most
fruit eight hundred boxes of fruit'
,
reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nurseries -i If you want to sell anything, remember -
now Eighty on trees.acres Price, twenty-five$3,200. acres Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat line of Foulards, Crepes the Sentinel want columns. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

cleared and fenced, house and out- alog. I Everybody reads it. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
buildings. Price $1,500. ____ and other materials. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
Twenty acres on lake front, well Spring
located, three hundred bearing orange .W. T. ENTRICAN, I s
trees. Price $2,200. Makes of painting, HMIIIHIilHHIHMtllMDRS.j'
a specialty paper-
Twenty front,acres two acres good bearing fruit land orange onHke ing Phone, refinishing 636. floors, furniture 1211mAutomobile etc., MISSES HILTON & DUNN j WM. HARPER v

grove, good six room house. Price JOSEPHINE HARPER
$1,000.Twentyfive.
** OSTEOPATHSOldettlEsUblished
acres bearing orange ftlimilMIMIIIIIIM
grove located on lake front within the Practice In L H. RAMSDELL
city limits.Price Ideal$10,500.J. location. for subdi- For Hire i Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's Orlando OPTOMETRIST
vision. New Five Passenger : 19 W. Church Street Up-Stairs
E. CRAWFORD Confutation and Ex. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likta)

I Office over Blue Drug Store PHONE 419 Patterns amInatiorFreetiHiiitiiiiiiimiiiiiiii. .
I 117 S. Orange Avenue : : ORLANDO, FLORIDA

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} THE DAILY FLORIDA BRICK FOR STATE CANT COME BUT HE, WRITES FISHING AT MIAMI EIGHTEEN "NEW" LAWYERS
ROADS I Greatest Grove Bar
South Florida Sentinel Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 22.-The following -
Mesick, Mich., Jan. 19, 1914. Although recorded a poor one by I applicants for license to prac- 1
in
MORNING AND WEEKLY The state of Florida is becoming Orlando Sentinel, Orlando, Fla.: the fishermen, the fishing season just tice law in Florida have passed the gain .Florida.Located .
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Oner. widely known for the progressivenessand 1 just got to do it. I intended to
closed has brought into the city a sum j examination, held by the supreme I
Entered at the poetoffiee at Orlando, Florida enterprising spirit which it has say nothing about our changeableseason of money variously estimated at from court and have been granted the license in the famous Auburn-
u Second Out Mail Matter. taken on in the last few years. Much here, for I spent the last four dale and Winter Haven district.
for John W. Martin
$150,000 to $250,000, and given em- applied : ,
has been said and done winters in Orlando 21-2 acres ten-year-old budded
regarding Florida
and thento Jacksonville Walter W. Liddell Jack
TO ADVERTISERS: ployment to 500 men, while the fish ; ,
roads and more so now than ever be- stay in Michigan the fifth is surely grapefruit, small packing house
sonville B. Zewadski Ocala 0.
shipped from this market have car- ; Guy ;
and all other hand-set
far
Cop diiplir and a five room bungalow. Two
fore. The
state,of Florida is hard.I .
mut fe handed in at the business a great B. Middleton Jacksonville Bartholomew
adfcrtiiinf ried the name of Miami into nearly ; -
ffice .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. state and she should not be mistreated am pleased to know that wifeis blocks from depot. Five acres
my state east of the A. Riley, Key West Edwin W.
the day before publication. This rule applies every Rocky moun- ;
to changes for contract advertising; it h by the trusts and corporationswhich enjoying the winter in our>home at tains and given this city the reputation Spencer, Bartow; Orin Cody Fowler, 'seven year old trees, five acres
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. control the brick industry of 303 Gould street, Orlando. Well of two to seven year old trees,
you Jacksonville C. Mortimer Mason I
of being the leading fish marketon ; and
t SUBSCRIPTION RATES: the United States. Many counties in say, why don't I do likewise. I an- the East Coast-Miami Herald. Jacksonville; B. F. Camp, Jr., White five acres being cleared. All

One Year ...."......... .. .....$5.00 Florida are today being bonded for swer and,say my business affairs will Springs; Gordon McCauly, Tallahassee -I trees in perfect,order and buddedto

Six Months .................:. 2.50 good roads and in many cases vitri- not admit it. But, believe me, I am ; Frank A. Smith, Orlando; Carl grapefruit, pineapple and late
; Three Months .............. ... 1.25 fied brick are ,being specified as the there next winter if I live, and if I The project of building an interurban M. Brubaker, Jacksonville William Valencia oranges. Owner a non
; ,i In Advance.T material to be used. Hillsboroughhas .don't live it may be warmer whereI trolley line from Orlando to Marcy Mason, Jr., Jacksonville; ; John resident and forced to sell at
just bonded for a million dollars go anyway. Kissimmee is again being discussed. once. Any reasonable terms can
Wefford Cone White
l Springs Geo.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914. for brick roads; Orange county has I: This, so far has been an unusual New blood and a reinforcement of Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine ;Fred- :be made. Will take Orlando residence -
done the i capital is said, to have been enlisted ; or business property
--- as
with winter
here.
same thing $600,000 for Not much snow, and no erick W. Pine, Miami Oscar Peace i
!
;{ Don't put it off-register today. this purpose; Alachua and Duval are ice put up yet, and ice only one foot recently and the enterprise is expectedto Hilburn, Tallahassee; ; and Jno. W. part trade. Price for all $12,500.

0 also in the rank of the progressivebrick and four inches thick-too thin to put be pushed forward almost imme- Bull, Tallahassee.
President Wilson seems to have the diately. J. H. Woodward, a capitalist -
roads counties of Florida; and up. Our lumbermen are working to Cooper Atha
machinery rather well of Alabama and father-in-law of
congressional Hernando is trying mighty hard to a disadvantage, not enough snow for
lubricated. get into this class herself and decided good work. Representative Oscar Underwood, is WAS NOT A BEAUTY SHOW Exclusive

a e o this question on December 13th. Last winter I saw sunshine nearly said to have taken hold of the project. Orlando has been admiring itselfin Agents

The Greenville News thinks that Now, at this time, would it not be every day. Here I haven't seen a ray Mr. Woodward has been consideringthe moving pictures. Was Joe 'Reeseon 114 SOUTH ORANGE AYE.
the name of Kissimmee must have well for the stateiof Florida to takea of sunshine for three weeks, and the matter for some time, but has the film? Otherwise, one of the
: originated with a Chinese spooning hand in this matter and investigate cold damp fog is so dense you can't only within the last few days decidedto conspicuous beauties of the town was Orlando, FloridaMIMMMIMMMHIHIIM

couple. thoroughly the high and enormous see eighty rods away. go into it. It is said that "the omitted.Tampa Tribune.

o cost that has been heretofore and is The greatest thing I will miss is the plans are still somewhat nebulous,"
Go' to church every Sunday. No now being charged for these brick Orange county fair. but the sanguine expect them to materialize Take your repairing to Warman on I:.

matter where you are, you can find a with which to build roads? The state Of course our summers here are shortly.-Tampa Times. Court street. 125tfMIIHHMMMMttlMMmtMIMtlMiMMHHHHIMt j jI i iI I

church. Attendance will benefit you could well afford to take this matterin 1 I delightful-plenty of fruit, good cropsof I I: Suprerne Auto ml I

i and the church. hand and if necessary start to grain and vegetables, and plenty of

o manufacturing these brick right hereat fine blooded stock; and had I never
What i is Sulzer preparing for? He home, thereby saving a big amountto visited Orlando I would never have
has been taking lessons in pugilism' the counties which prefer this ma- known there was so much better place ; : A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX The oil that has

for many months, and his teacher erial. The material is here, and as than Mesick, Michigan, in 'the win- stood the
says he has a wallop like a pile driver good as can be secured for this purpose THE PALMS AUTO COREO supreme -

and the build of Fitzsimmons. He and the state is amply able todo ter.I find much solace in reading the test
also testifies to the impeached gov- this and instead of leasing and news in the Sentinel.
MOTOR' CARS
' ernor's expertness in sidestepping. hiring out,the convicts, they could be JOHN A. EVITT. -- THAT

o put to making brick. The brick could For life and low cost of We also
long upkeep. carry a
r The Kaiser has decreed that no German then, be sold, to the several different KING OF WHITE SLAVERS IS .
soldier shall take the arm of his counties that desire this material, at CAUGHTSan full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof
wife or any other woman while walking cost and thereby put a stop to this Goon Gulf Gasoline
competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
ideas
with her. The Kaiser has
; enormous waste of money that is Francisco, Jan. 22.-Emil Du-
fir of what should constitute manly bear- now being paid to the big corporations coin, who the police say is the leaderof guaranteed. ,
ing, and he doesn't think it manly fora and trusts of the world. And a white slave ring that has oper

man to lean upon a woman. Yet then the money that would be spent ated in San Francisco for two years,
the Kaiser expects his men to bear for brick would be kept at home and was arrested here early today in his

arms. all would receive the benefits there- handsomely furnished residence. The THE PALMS AUTO CO : P. WALTON, Aflt ;
o from. Now is the time for the stateto police refused to permit him to ride
It is reported that Dannitte Maysis take action upon this question to jail in his automobile. He was .
to run for congress against Repre- while the counties are being bonded booked on two charges of white slav- FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.fltllltlimimillMtMIMMMMMMOMMMMMMM. PHONES 430-269
sentative Frank Clark in the new second with, the
view of putting down this ery and spent the night a cell
district. Mr. Mays served two material. This proposition can note Ducoin was said to have amasseda I" t t 'I t t 'I t ',I t 1'11111.....

terms in congress, and was a candidate > handled with profit otherwise than fortune of $300,000 in a short time.
1 the third time, but was defeatedby by the state and no time should be I I According to the police he openly

Representative Emmett Wilson. i lost regarding this matter, for many boasted that he was enjoying police
He is strong with the farmers, being I millions of dollars can be saved by protection and defied arrest. .1
a farmer himself, and has for many 1 giving attention to this at once or as Ducoin is alleged to have traded

k years been a prominent figure in public -;I soon as possible.-Brooksville Argus. extensively in European women of

life. the underworld, preventing their deportation -

o TALLAHASSEE VOTES BONDS by marrying them to impecunious i f
Col. W. A. Huff, who is the chief I men who willingly sold their \

witness against Judge Emory Speer, The citizens of Tallahassee maintaining names to the women for $100. ;,... ', -
the federal court judge whose official their spirit of progressiveness \"o. \

conduct is the subject of an' inquiry voted on Tuesday 'to float a DENIES THAT THERE ARE ANY ,
j by a committee of congress, says if $45,000 issue of bonds for municipal SNOBS IN THE NAVY Man is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry.The .
Judge Speer is not impeached that improvements. There were three
majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule '
the lawyers who are testifying propositions before the people and Washington, Jan. .-Accusationsof ,(
against him might as well quit prac- each one carried by a good majority. "snobbishness" in the United States not as expensive jewelry as ladies, but of necessity he has
ticing law, for they can not escape They were: Thirty-two thousand dollars navy are branded as "untrue" and
the eternal wrath of the man. The for street paving. Four thousand "unjust" in a letter from an officerof to, wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring,

} judge must be a gcod hater. dollars for relaying and extending the naval reserve to Secretary cuff links, vest chain and numerous other articles are all
0 water mains. Nine thousand dollars Daniels today. .
Considerable uncertainty seems to for improving and extending the The officers refer to published state- to be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men's r

exist as to who owns the Pensacola gas, electric light and water works ments attributed to another officer ;
jewelry. Quality the best. Stocks the largest.,
z News which went into bankruptcy a plant, which is the property of the who recently resigned from the naval

few days ago. C. B. Hanson says he city. The favorable vote of the citizens service and who was alleged to have
,
,has no interest in it and Ben Thomas, of Tallahassee on these propositions stated that navy officers in generalwere t

;- the business manager,' says that Mr. is commendable, since they snobbish and looked with disdain ._ .':'f" J

Hanson is the sole owner, though he II voted $60,000 less than a year ago and contempt upon all who were not .' '. '. ., : ". . .
t never invested a cent in it. Certainlya for paving. Having gotten a tasteof graduates of the naval academy. The ;

queer situation. If the News had I the good thing they have shown author of today's letter was one of t.
been a success instead of a failure their willingness to continue. This the naval militia officers who partici- ;
there would probably be no disavowals issue will pave all the business streets pated in the recent battleship cruiseto .

of ownership.The and College avenue, and will be sufficient the Mediterranean on the battle-
i 0 for the city's needs for several ship Delaware.
Sentinel has received a copy of ears.-Tallahassee True Democrat -I

the year book issued by the Tampa THE MORNING PAPERA

Tribune entitled Semi-Tropical Flor- REGISTRATION COMES ON BUT good morning newspaper is an T Evans the Jeweler '
ida. It is a handsome publication, SLOWLYThe influence-not a mere incident-in the
and a Tampa product from cover to ,
daily lives of the people. The ad-
The Tribune this is the
cover. says registration was increased yesterday vertising in its columns shares in that
only publication of the kind issued, : by fourteen and OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
names the total influence-is a part of it. A morningnewspaper's
which is undoubtedly true. Hence the now shows 223 for the two Orlando contents are edited and
Tribune is due the credit of originating districts.A .
prepared with the knowledge that
something, and a useful thing at EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGOrlando's
every line in the paper will be read-
that. The book is filled with infor-
thorough investigation is to be not every line by every reader, of
mation concerning the lower countiesof
made of the water being served the course. But every line, ads., and all, 1
the west side of the peninsular,
people of Sarasota, with a view to will have its readers.-Tampa Tri- "
and some of the best illustrations of:
correcting any evils that may exist. bune.
the plant and recreative life of that I

part of,Florida appear in its pages.
I'I'o I Favorite Shopping Place

A writer in the Atlanta Journal is ,
New Studebakers HereFour
of the opinion that the professional are
humorists are doing more to encourage ,-
an age of pessimism than all the Cylinder, Five Passenger Touring EE A.1\rT: DA.T9day .

high cost of living or other recognizedills Car'$I,115.
and evils that have to
we con-
Four Cylinder Landau-Roadster, $1,265.Six Friday.Every .
tend with. There are too many joke-

smiths who are without a joke, and Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,
he has turned in vain to the comic $1,640.
weeklies for a laugh. The probable Remnant we have in stock ranging from 1-2

trouble with this misanthrope is the Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All to 6 and 7 yards at less than half price.
Cars with Electric and ,
surfeit of wit that we have. We have fully equipped Lights

the comic supplements, the comic starter--and every uptoday'equipment.. Come
movies and the popular cartoons of around and see them. Silks Dress Goods Wash Goods
the day dramatized, in addition to the ,
minstrels and the vaudeville teams.

The joke has never been developed at San Juan Garage Co. Ktc., Etc.: Etc.
such high pressure or to such feather
edge as it is today. Many people i
read nothing in the Sunday papers All Night ServiceAJAX
but the comics, and there is no theat-

rical attraction which draws as does ... ..EI:01\r: : : E. IvESs. :
the rattling farce comedy or the more TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five

uproarious minstrel. If the joke- per cent off for cash, Orange Avenue, Orlando.
smiths are not funny it is because

i_ they are overworked .
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ORLANDO ORLANDO DISTRICT FAIR !tDdK>GXHBCDHH! >CDaHDCDaH>Qj
RECOGNIZED
IN THE

GRAND LODGE COMMITTEES I FAVORITE THEATRE IB. I ]
WADE E. L Lesley, H. E. Swabey, and A. Remember these prices
-
THE TUNER E. Thomas, of Kissimmee, visited St. E MILLER, Manager Q'I
Orlando Masons were given sub ..
ORLANDO, FLA. stantial recognition in the appoint- Cloud last week in the interest of the Ig -- -- I I good this week only. I:

ment of district fair to be held at Orlando, a Matinee 2 to 10 P. M.I n
committees, Mr. Chas. P.
Dow being placed on the Dispensa- February 17th to 21st inclusive. All I i Admission 5 cents I
I the gentlemen are working like bea-
JJr. E. T. Rawlins, of Rome, Ga., is tions and By-Laws committee, and OIIDC OIIDC allDC OIIDC OIIDGa'j'



i an a late Mr.Orlando J.arrival D.visitor Atkisson at the today.San, of Juan.Atlanta, is Jurisprudence Mr.mittees Dispensations Louis in C.full Massey committee.were and as By-Laws-C.on follows the The Masonic: com-H. ,vers go St.this to Cloud to work part make makes at of it once the a ,success.a and county good see is to The showing.plain-it dutyof that "A Imperial's Nestor's Maid of Program thrilling great the sea Mountains"drama drama, I I i T y W II-nll tw it ft. i iOrlando's I



of Trilby, be sectional
Mr. W. S. Entzminger There should not any J
Stewart, Olin S. Wright, G. P. Car- "In Peril of the Sea" i >
is transacting business in Orlando tOe feeling shown by any part of the
son, T. T. Tidd, Charles P. Dow, JohnH. Powers' screaming comedy, I Largest Store J
That which benefits
one sec-
county. I
Hall and D. P. Eldred. "Cross
day.Miss Ruth :McIlvaine left yesterday tion will ultimately benefit all, if not Purposes"
: Unfinished Business-John P. Wall, On account of the illness of Sky I "Quality Did 1
Plant to visit :Mrs. Harry immediately, in the near future. Much
lor City J. M. Ward, J. C. Byrd, E. J. Yelvington Eagle the act has been cancelled. 1
is due these gentlemen who
Root A. D. Milton and L M. Stroup. credit 1

:Mr. H. B, Hassard, of Alliance, 0., Installation and Past Masters' De- are giving valuable time without remuneration Let it once more be insisted that 1 1.. It"i
to make the fair
a suc-
is among the recent arrivals at the gree-H. N. Sweeting, Laman G. the Chicago idea of "everybody go to ; i
cess. It is to be hoped the people of 11111 11111 I 1111 I 1111 I 1111 I
till 11111
San Juan. Carter, J. H. Richbourg, S. J. Fletcher St. Cloud will leave nothing undoneto church on Sunday, February 1," is i

Miss 'Newman will arrive tomorrow and W. C. Simmons. not half a bad one. Indeed, it is entirely I

from Macon, Ga., to be the guest of Masonic Jurisprudence-Past Grand assist them. In this issue appearsa a good one. If it is good for I Loan '
notice relative to the fair and names Money to )
Jlrs. Harry L. Beeman. Masters Henry W. Long, Marcus En- of local parties who will give infor- Chicago, bad as she is, it is good for

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, del, James W. Byrd, Silas B. Wright' mation in relation to exhibits that Orlando, good as she is. Let's try it! 1j
C. W. Johnson, James Cornell, E. E.
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber may be offered.-St. Cloud Tribune. ,
Haskell, L C. Massey and A. W. Gil-
1-2-tf Maud Powell concert reservationsnow
Shop. christ on sale at Drennen-Lattner Co. Loans in sums of$500 to $3000 ;
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Boyd, of VANDALISM IN PARK WILL BE
Returns and Credentials-I. E. Web- 1-22-lw
Cambridge City, Ind., arrived in Or- ster, S. L Chapman, F. I. Archibald, SEVERELY PUNISHEDIt 1 on IMPROVED INSIDE property for '
and the
lando yesterday registered at i
t. FOR SALE Twelve sheet iron stovesin
John Hall and C. E. Rowton. -
) San Juan. I Finance and Accounts-James E. has been reported to Mayor good repair, used in pinery; also I a term of FIVE years. Principal .}

Among the San Juan guests today: Sperry that the cement walks in Eola good hay in stock. C. W. Townsend. ,I
Crane, Alexander Ray, E. N. Holt, A. 503 W. Central Ave. 1-23-3t ,
is :Mr. W. L Strickland, of Anamossa M. Cushman and Charles H. Ketchum. park have been defaced in several and interest payable in monthly

Iowa, who arrived yesterday for or having I
Memorials-J. M. Caldwell' W. B. places some person persons WANTED-Position as machinist or
an indefinite stay. Y. Wilkie and I. M. Caldwell. : used a hammer or some other implement chauffeur; six years' experience; )I instalments. '-i

:Mr. and :Mrs. A. A. Winsett, of in hammering the edges of can furnish reference. Address J. F. : 1

Washington, D. C., are in Orlando fora CARD OF THANKS the walks. This looks like deliberate A., 9 Gould street. l-23-3t i s. Y. SAY j

sojourn and are pleasantly domiciled vandalism, and Mayor Sperry has issued FOR RENT

at the San Juan. The children of Mr. W. F. Barber instructions to the police to arrest Several new houses for rent and ,I
this and bring before the commis- several for sale cheap. Apply at 308 1111'111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'4 ;
Basket ball between Orlando high adopt medium of thanking all .- -- -------- ---- ---
school and Summerlin institute Fri who were so kind to them at the sioners any person found guilty of I Gore avenue, city. 1-23-lt .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.

Admis- death and burial the act. They are to be severely dealt I Ii
day evening at the armory. of their father. MayGod's
sion 25 cents. 2t richest blessings rest and abide with. FOR EXCHANGEGood Free Demonstration :
i house and lot in Topeka, Kas., ,
Mr. Louis Willhouse, a prominent with you, is their prayer. J.
!for Orange county property. A'I
business man of Atlanta, is visitingthis SOLICITOR SERVES NOTICE i Rowe, Room 11, McNeill & Davis bldg. i

section in the interest of the General admission 75 cents. Maud 1-23-3t SuushiueC,11ackersallCakes t t 1

United Paper company. Powell, violin recital, Lucerne theater, To the Public: r r

:Mr. F. George Sudrow, of Indianapolis January 28. Reserved seats one dol- Section 3566 of the Revised Stat- LUTHER THE FLORISTCut j
i lar. utes of the State of Florida forbid
115.11t
and Miss P. Sudrow, of Buffalo,I !
the keeping of stores or disposing Flowers I
Dr. J. F. McKinnon open
are located at the San Juan during a superintendentof

i brief visit to the city. public instruction, has visited the of merchandise on Sunday, andis ROSES, VIOLETS, January 24th.The Public
schools, at Taft, a part of the law which the county Saturday,
Orange Center, Cypress
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Simons, of -
Creek and Barton solicitor is sworn to enforce. CARNATIONS, PANSIES InvitedMr.
Lake this Cordially
Waterbury, Conn., arrived in the city
L G. STARBUCK
week. He made the ,
Sunday and will be the guests of Mr. trip to the last POTTED PLANTS .

and :Mrs. Geo. Macy for the winter. mentioned pl.ace' yesterday, covering! County Solicitor. Webb, traveling representative of the Loose.
the distance of eighteen miles in each I 3
Maud Powell, violinist, Lucerne Wiles Co., will have charge of the demonstrationand
direction behind BOND TRUSTEEWe
a good horse, his motor -I %
theater, January 28. Auspices Methodist CHARCOAL I resident of Orlando and
being in for repairs. I COAL desires to meet every
Baraca class. Reservations begin are authorized to announce the

, January 23. One dollar. 1-15-llt Don't fail to see the basket ball name of Chauncey Holt, as a candi- WOODVeneer vicinity.
game between the high school girls date for Bond Trustee, at the electionto
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Closterman arrived and those of Summerlin institute Fri- be held Saturday, January 24th, i
last from Grand 1914. '
night Rapids Cores
day evening at 8 o'clock
at the I
" Mich., and will spend some time with armory. Admission 25 cents. 2t I Seasoned Heart Pine THE SANITARY GROCERY'CARUTHERS
.
their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. EVERY ONE SUFFERING WITH Oak Wood .
Leach in Concord Park. In addition to delighting the eye SEVERE COLDS
All sizes and lengths & GORE
with beautiful
and striking costumes,
Mr. Phillip Sansone; representingthe and staging, the For the last week everybody in Or-
wholesale fruit and produce firm "Living Pictures"will lando seems to have a severe cold, anda Orlando Wood YardB. i Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
delight the ear of even the most
of Sansone, Cline & McCalla, Colum real bad cold is about the most annoying -
critical by, the accompanying musical] thing a person can have. It W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
bus Ohio, is spending several days in
,
numbers which will be by Mrs. is said that colds are contagious and 104 W. Pine St.
sung 344
this section in the interest of his firm. Phone FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.Illllillttllllttf" .
W L Palmer, Mr. Walter Drennenand it must be true, for when one person I CUT
Eat what you want. .in a family catches a cold, the Turpentine Chips Fence Posts : '
TT
Mr. Forrest IMfr
Eat all you want. Dabney Carr. the family generally has one also. ft*** -

Take a postscript and forget it. Re-engagements a% a mark of ap- Lots of people in Orlando say De- 11111111111'11" .
sale all Laney & Abernethy make a cold cure, _
For by druggists. preciation. Maud Powell again, Jan- "
called D. C. Capsules, which only
l7d&w.lyrMr. uary 28. Auspices Methodist Baraca takes a few doses to break the
and Mrs. George Tresher, of class. up .A.L S..ALE
1-15-llt most severe cold. 1-23-tf RECommencing Ov
Omaha, Neb., arrived in Orlando yes- .

(terday for an indefinite stay. Theyare nating There to is a something woman when extremely the words fasci. FOR SALE Tuesday January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,

greatly pleased with what they Farm of ten
twenty acres acres for CASH.
Remnant Sale are mentioned, Underwear at cut prices
more so Wool
(have seen of this section and may decide cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2
invest. at -emphatically more so-when that miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake
to They are stopping
sale is scheduled to take place at Davis. Good wire fence on three $25.00 Overcoats $17.50
the Tremont. sides. Small house and well. $30.00 Suits $20.50
new
Mari B. Ives Overcoats
n today. Better leave 20.00 14.75
Orlando real estate men are getting About 15,000 feet of saw timber. Suits 17-50:
v your household duties over for awhile 25.00 Overcoats
18.00
make the joy-riders Land all dry and suitable. for truck- 13.50
ready to Suits
and come down early and participatein ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to 22.50 15:75. Overcoats 12.00
feel like disappearing, those particularly the marvellous reductions. It work it and will sell at a bargain. 20.00 Suits 14.75 16.50

L odious joy-riders who pretend' Owner, Box '137, Taft, Fla.
Mr. Cyril Vivian, who until the '
. v' to want to look at real estate fof the 1.12-lm-d&w SWEATERS HATS
t first of the had been
year recording
} sake of a free ride. Has Miami ever
}i '. arbored any of the skates?Miami clerk in the office of County ClerkB. LOST-A child's white sweater, between $3.00 Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats $3.50

M. Robinson, has accepted a posi- Church street and Knud ave Sweaters 4.00 Hats 2.75
| Metropolis. I.7c
: 2.jo
tion in the nue. Please leave at Mayers' candy
Orange Abstractcompany's
County Hats
Mrs. Caroli.r.ay: and sister, Miss store, 134 S. Orange avenue. Reward. 2.00 Sweaters 1.35"i.jo 3.00 2.28
office. Mr.
Vivian
had '
Polk, have'.ciiiniea from a visit with l-23-3t Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75
been in the
clerk's office for more
Bishop Gray in Orlando. Miss Rach- handle the celebratedHart.Schaffner & Marx line oi Clothes-
than two years. He is an expert typist Remember,we only
ael Cotter, who has been a guest of and is otherwise efficient and is OSTEOPATHYDR. Alll\len's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale.
Jliss Ophelia Gray, has gone to Tampa 4
excellent
: moreover an young man
; for a visit. In a few days she will .
". return to her home in Memphis.-St. with a bright future. J. C .HOWELL SCRUGGS & DICKSONThis

I; Petersburg Independent. Eat what you want. Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointment

; ,:,. Maud Powell concert reservations I' Eat Take all a you postscript want. and forget it. No extra. charge for house treatment store is the home of Hart Schaftner & i/larx clothes11111111111111111

r .* now on salelat 1 Drennen-Lattner Co. For sale by all durggists. Telephone connections '
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OWN 371 LOTS IN THE CITY'LIMITS AND FOR 10 DAYS WILL GIVE 25 PER CENT. OFF OF PRESENT PRICE CASH OR TERMS. I HAVE 20 LOTS ON EAST AMEL& AVENUE AT

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

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

A special train of two sections car FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR RENT-House, furnished complete -
ried several hundred members of the Desirable: dwellings in Pittsburg, for one or two couples; all IMIIMIHIIMttttitltiiitM
ISITORllTIT? National League of Commission v Merchants Pa; good income'Values from $1,500. linen furnished; clean and new; desir-
up. Will exchange for Orange county able location. Phone 515.MISCELLANEOUS.
from Jacksonville to Tampa property, improved preferred. What
Saturday. The Tampa board of trade have you to offer? Address, 305 East
40 acre tract Fine land directlyon i arranged an automobile tour of the Church l-21-6t-ltw street, Orlando, Fla.

lake. Easily worth double if cut city, after which the Florida Citrus --- ----- -
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up in 10 acre tracts Exchange entertained them at.the. : A new two-story FOR SALE house, contains WANTED need apply.-Good Apply sewers to;Mrs.no others W. L. Latest Patterns and Colors in
Tampa Bay hotel. A trip to the Man Burnett, at N. P. Yewell's. l-18-3t
6 rooms and bath, all newly decorated.
s atee river section completed the vis- I All doors and windows screened. All WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply Ginghams and PercalesSee
Only $800 itors' itinerary of south Florida. electric fixtures installed. Corner lot, Orland hotel 1-6-tf
fine'location. Best value in residential the new line 01Ladies'
property in Orlando. Fred B. YOUNG LADY desires position; gen-
.one
Cary A. Harvey, of St. Peters- Dale, owner, 312 Anderson strset eral office work; references. Ad-
burg's best known business man, is 1.16-6t dress "M," Sentinel office. 1-13-lw Muslin Underwear

dead.PEOPLE'SWANTS. I I FOR SALE AN AUTOMOBILE for sale cheap;
' WANTED An artistic and beautiful home; or will trade for city lots, or prop-
I I modern and complete in every particular erty close in. Box 733, city. l-22-3t McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
Seven large rooms and bath
;
t Have Client for good orange grove. I I immense closets. Screened sleeping LOST-On Monday, on Pine street or

Price no objection if it has real value :and rear porches; ten-foot veranda Orange avenue, pair of nose glasses !
MUNNIMAKERS across entire front; A few bearing attached to patent holder. Return to STORE
" attached to it. .For particulars trees, flowers and shrubbery. New this office for reward. 1-22-tf
Notices of Lost Wasted, For Sale, For
and near in, fine location.
Rent. etc. for this column toe for day 128 S.
one
Orange Ave.
hoc for three days or $1.00 for one week for Any one desiring an .ideal home, FOUND-A lady's gold watch. ,
25 words or lees. lionej must accompanythe address er can have same by calling at own-I
. advertisements far this column aa no OWNER, P. 0., Box 495. office and paying for this
. insertions will be made on credit 1-2-tf l186tMIIIIMIMHHMHUimiHUIIMMMIIIimillM
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Hand Bldg., Church St. FOR, 1912 SALE-Four-passenger make. Has recently Buickcar been SEE

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS overhauled ing away is, fine reason running for selling.order. Price Go- THE[ [ENTERPRISE[ [ MEAT[ MARKET[

$400. Address Owner, 511 E. Orange DAETWYLERBUNGALOWS
7 street, Lakeland, Fla. 1-22-6t
21 East Pine Street
Altamonte Springs, Fla., Jan. 21.- FOR SALE-BIRD DOG-Large,
The first orange blossoms to be seen finely marked and well bred. Will ORLANDO FLORIDA
sell if taken immediately. A. ,
cheap
in this section this year were discovered ;
Vivian, 811 Starkey street, or phone i
last week in Oak Knoll orange 158. l-20-3t

grove. FOR SALE-Three new bungalows JUST
; OPENED
& Osteen will
Fogg commence shipping 1"1""i
modern conveniences; good location;!
fruit from their grove next easy payments; deferred paymentsfive Everything new and complete. As sani-
week. It will go through the Citrus per cent. interest; no agents. Ad-I' FOR REM LOST-On the streets of Orlando,
; Exchange packing house at Winter dress, in writing, Drawer 328. 1-17-tf II stick pin, horseshoe shape, staff tary as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest

I' Park. FOR SALE-The best mule in the ROOMS FOR RENT, for light housekeeping cross. reward.Leave at this office and l-16-6t receive Meats of all kinds.
' The interurban trolley line railroad county. Mare mule, 1,050 pounds.I 307 E. Pine St. l-16-6t
between Sanford and Kissimmee, to Seven years old. Price $300. Not business Fish and in
afraid of anything, fast gait, very EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas WANTED-By young wo- Oysters Season
; link together the three counties oft quick. J. B. Mills, Clarcona, Fla. i and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson man, few hours stenographic work
full time if
daily, or preferred machine
Seminole, Orange and Osceola, and l-22-2t avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf ; -I
Courteous attention
I dictation or notes; own type- ; prompt service and
the intermediate cities, towns and vil- FOR SALE OR KENT-With stock ROOM FOR RENT, in private home; writer. Address Miss W., 307 East prices right. Give trial.
lages, which has been long contem- and tools, best farm in county; variety all conveniences. 311 N. Orange Pine St. l-18-3t me a
plated, has again attracted the atten- fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Ave. M8-tf
to-date buildings, etc. Box 144,. Or- AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
tion of several long sighted capitalists COMFORTABLE ROOMS,
lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf LARGE subsoiling tree planting, stump
who know a good thing when theysee furnished for light housekeeping. blowing, orchard renovating; land J. A. COX, Proprietor
it. Among them is Mr. J. H. FOR SALE-Two photo machines, Apply 315 W. Central Ave. 1-16-lw cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand ;
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Woodward, who does not run into one National tin type and one :Man- FOR RENTFurnished large room, supplies. Estimates cheerfully PHONE 105IIII'I"II"'IIIIIIIIII'II"III"'IIIIIII'llllllt
del Minute photo camera, with four furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St.,
hot and cold
home bath,
in modern
print for the fun of it, but for the ; Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm
hundred plates. Will sell cheap for dose in. 312 North
water
; telephone;
profit in it, which leads the citizens
1 cash. Drop card to R. G. White. Win- Main street. 1-16-lw
of south Florida to think that the 1 ter Park, Fla. l-21-3t YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
making scheme will be FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with ring 448 for the Arcade Press-
money soon Five-room modern conveniences; close in; elec- ing Club. The boy will call. Club
accomplished, and will bear fruit' of tric lights; no boarding house. 7 W. rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe- Real Estate Agerfts, Investors and HomeseekersA.TTE2STTIO3ST
the golden metallic kind to line their piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- Robinson Ave., city. 1-17-3t cialty. 1-10-lm
pockets as'well as the citrus and veg- ern improvements.. 506 Lexington St !
1-15-lm NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM for WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
etable
their
growers, as objects are
ings and cut hair to 305 Garland
rent choice location moderate price.
; ; I offer for six ith
mutual. $1,800 two-story, -room cottage
street. We will make them desired
FOR SALE-At.a bargain, twentyacre 202 East Robinson Ave. tf as -
grove; five hundred grapefruittrees or purchase same for cash. rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, nufth.
fifty tangerine trees, and 750 FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
The commissioners of St. Johns orange trees. Grove should pay for rooms and sleeping porch; centrally six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
"county are plannig for a complete itself in two years. Address P. 0. located; suitable for either one or LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B and bath facilities.
heating room Large, base-
system of asphalt macadam brick Box 105, Orlando, Fla. two families. Address F. G. Rush, somewhere on the Orlando roomy
or
12-18-d&w-tf 11-26-tf streets Monday. If found, leave at the ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
roads. Bids will be asked, and after City. N Sentinel office, and receive reward of furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.
I a selection has been made the com- QUICK SALE BARGAIN FOR RENT-Furnished three room $1.00. 1-1-tf House fronts on Ridgewood a\enue. Price'$2, 00. These
missioners will ask the voters of the Ten-acre home half mile from city flat for light housekeeping; all con-
lots
NOTICE connect at the comers, with rose house between. I
: limits. 220 orange and grapefruittrees. veniences; central; rent cheap. In-
county to ratify a bond issue suffi-
Five-room house, good condi- quire 23 E. Pine street; or phone 571. The books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
cient to cover the cost. It is pro- tion; barn; buggy, wagons, plows, 1-11-1w voters in Orange county will be Open to all.
posed to construct sixty-five miles'of chicken and pigeon houses; irrigating opened in *my office at the Court
hard surfaced highway. I plant, $175 5-horse power Eldridge FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom House Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY
j. engine, pump. Near lake. Fine citrus to persons wishing suburban and will be kept open six days in
1 and trucking land. Owner leaving accommodations; also 2 acres good each week, until the first Monday in
307 West SI NoHh.Orlando
} Warman Repairs and Retires Baby:!'city. Price $3,300. Terms. Address truck land, close in. Good opportu- March, 1914. ,
n!f 'I Owner, P. 0. Box 745, Orlando, Fla. nity for right person. Address "A," W. L DOJLIVE,
Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf l-20-3t Sentinel. 9-8tf 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. "IIII"I"'I'II'I"'t't"IIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIto
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Opening of the Regular Theatrical Season MONDAY THURSDAY ,.
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"For Another's Cnme"-Rebance-Drama.( 2 reels. "Trapped in a Forest Fll"e"-CAmerlcan). :;,
"What Might Have Been"-Thanhouser-Drama. "Two Girls of the Hills"-(Reliance). ".:: .
"Her Legacy"-(K. B.). ; '.
VIRGINIA BROOKS' GREAT PLAY "
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"A Divorce Scandal-(Amer.)-Sensational Drama. : ,.
principal cities of the South. Booked by Klaw&Erlanger. "The Helping Hand" (Majestic)-Drama. "The Frame-Up"-Broncho). 2 reels. .::' :
New York's leading' theatrical producers. "The Milkman's Revenge"ThanhouserComedy."j'( ) eekly No. 46-(Mutual). : ..; \.
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Prices: $1.50, 75c., 50c. .
WEDNESDAY SATURDAY
Special Matinee Prices: $1.00, 75c., 50c. I

Seats on Sale at Estes' Pharmacy "Romance and Duty"-(Majestic). 2 reels. :His: First Case"-(American). .
Saturday, January 24, 8 a. m. "Cohen Saves the Flag"-Keystone( ). .. "The Four Hundred Dollar BlllsReh3nce: ). .
HIs Uncles'Namesake"-(Thanhouser). .
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hereby give notice that after Jan- ,
uary 9th I will not be responsible for:Offers to Orlando the newest and best
West Palm Beach, Jan. .-F. E.J any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs.:of workmanship in the painting and
Harrison, former editor of the Lake 1 Helen Gwynne. !!decorating trade. Phone 636.
Worth Herald, was sentenced to paya 1-11-tf WYNDOM P. GWYNNE. !1.21-1m W. M. SLEMONS

fine of $250 on each of two counts,
with the alternative of three months _. - ._5Hammond .
imprisonment, for publishing libelous r "
matter in his paper.
Harrison was charged with publishing I I &Gore New Goods Arriving DailyVe
a libel about certain members of! ,
[the Law and Order league of West I

Palm Beach, without mentioning any I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
names. The articles were published F
during the wet and dry campaign last LOW PRICES ,
VALUES
spring, when Harrison's paper cham-

pioned the cause of the wets. Harri- COMPARE sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
son's articles charged members of the "
Law and Order league with immoral made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .

acts. OUR FURNITUREWe Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towels.
Harrison was represented by Attor. ,
ney Frank M. Pope, and the prosecution provide the quality furniture that has long Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Or'r Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
by M. D. Carmichael and Metcalf been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the f
& Pattishall. Harrison's attorney has standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It & Co. Best place in the city to trade. .
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
taken an appeal to the supreme court,
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
after being denied a new trial by .. \
this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Judge Adams.
W. M. :
Griffing trees give results. Office McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, SLEMONS

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JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.14 DAY TO BE OBSERVED I,""l If !1t'-' '' .'1111 Ib! I II ql NNiill l'II iIIIIIILI'I ri I 'I I''111 N, ,7 rl}} I IF i 7 n I 'M
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This Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock --- --
W. C. T. U. w "' observe "Red Letter -=------- ---.-------


t Report of the Condition of'n, Day mother.the ,lecture" in memory The room meeting of of Frances the will Presbyterian be Willard's held in =- T1hll9tB@If\ >>R( Natnll R lat1Iill1


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THESTATE
A special will be givenas
program . Condensed Statement as rendered to .
below: Comptroller of the Currency = -
Singing-Crusade hymn, by Union. -
January 13, 1914 -
t BANK Scripture, Psalms, 43. !
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.1 Prayer. _,. ResourcesLoans 1

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F Selected Reading-Mrs. W. W.

Wright. :: and Discounts ____$193,075.19 =-_

?; of Orlandoat Essay, "True Patriotism"-Mrs. W. == Bonds ---_______________ 98,390.61 = -

E H. Story. Banking House, Safety Deposit
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= Vaults and Fixtures '
Song, "When Shadows Gather"- 30,436.52

of business 15 1914 in compliancewith :Miss Sue Magruder.Poem i Cash and Due from -=_

the close January "Glass of Wine, Glass ofWater" ., Banks _______________ 122,709.73

Chapter 6427, Laws of Florida. -Miss M. Branham. : : '';" .- =
; $444,612.05Liabilities _
Talk on the Issues of the Day- ,

RESOURCES Mrs. J. M. Pedrick. ,: =_

Singing-By the Union.W. .
.: 'Loans and Discounts _____________________499198.10 C. T. U. benediction. Capital _________________$ 50,000.00 = =

Overdrafts ______________________________ 234.04 Every one is cordially invited to Surplus _________________ 10,000.00

Stocks and Bonds ____________eo___________ 69,496.79 come. Undivided Profits ________ 2,700.76 --

Furniture and Fixtures ___________________ '13,034.80 Circulation ______________ 21,000.00

Real Estate _____________________________ 9,285.50 CATHEDRAL SCHOOL BASKET Bills Payable ____________ 45,000.00 -_-

Cash and Due from Banks ________________ 299,478.90 BALL TEAM TO DELANO ., Deposits ________________ 315,911.29

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890728.13 I The Cathedral school basket ball :" $444,612.05.. .. .
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LIABILITIES : team, chaperoned by their coach, Miss ,. .
will leave this afternoon : f
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Capital Stock ____________________________$ 50,000.00 Shepherd, Li Our Crow .
: for DeLand where they will play : r,
? Surplus __________________r_____________ 35,000.00 I a f '
with the Stetson team tomorrow
{. Undivided Earnings ______________________ 4,211.78 game <' Deposits r
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Dividends Unpaid ________________________ 304.00 morning.The

. Deposits ______________________.-_________ 801,212.35 following girls constitute the November 26, 1912 $ 74849.92 -
: team, including substitutes: ,: 4 1913 =
1 February 128,884.60
t. Misses Helen Warlow, Marion
$890,728.13 April 4, 1913. 157,684.98 _
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Smith, Blanche McCamy, Clara Holland >
Ella Slemons Ruth June 9, 1913. 185,875.96 -
.S. WATERS HOWE, Cashier. Taylor _
.. Bourlay, Dorothy Daniels, Mary D. -_- August 9, 913. 213,061.50
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< :, Rowan, Gretchen Hodgson. =- October 21, 1913 255,752.86

They carry best wishes for a successful ===== I '
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I MRS. JAMES MAGRUDERThe NEW YORK COUPLE -, 111'i I' i I iltlllll 1 I [ IIIII i I '! llldlIII\I I! \!i I IIII )!!l! i li l lill III I !{ t l }i II ili I 1: I I 110 I' I Mli I I! I:, I I ,I Il I i 1 I: m I I HH,:',1 1:11:1: :: ,:I', ':' i'l' I I i,
New York, Jan. 22.-Charles K.
Hamilton, who gained fame as an
invitation extended by Miss A very, nice surprise was given at
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I aviator by flying from New York to
i' Susie Magruder, to some of the young West street, Wednesday evening to
':' matrons and girl friends to meet Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. U. Jenkins, of Wol- Philadelphia and return, died suddenly -

: James :Magruder yesterday afternoon cott, N. Y., upon their twenty-ninth today at his home in this city. OLIVE OIL
His wife aroused by Hamilton'sgroaning
14: was gladly accepted, the pretty rooms wedding anniversary, by their New was ,
and she summoned
in the Arcade being filled by the mer- York friends who were with them. a physi-

ry throng, each 19uest enjoying the Mr. and :Mrs. Jenkins were invited to cian. But the aviator was dead be-
fore the doctor reached the house. OLIVE OIL
t: pleasant, informal chat which pre- take a walk by one of the couples of:
death internal hem-
The of
cause was
ceded the very appropriate and amusing the company, and while they were
orrhage. Hamilton, who was 28 years ,
"Musical Romance. gone the remainder of the company,
old had been in health for more : F'1 or For ForSLADS
For this contest the guests were went to work and set their table in poor

i: each supplied with a copy of the "Ro- the parlor of the house, which the than two years, and recently suffereda ,I

mance," by :Miss :Mary Robinson, and estimable landlord insisted that they nervous breakdown. During his ca- COOKING MEDICINAL USE
aviator he had acci-
rz/: were to supply the blanks therein should use, and upon the return of reer as an many
broken : ,
dents. His collar bone
with the names of songs, the latter ,:Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins the parties was ,
1 being played by Miss Berta Branch claimed that they were so tired that twice; two ribs were fractured; his '
knee fractured both THE PURE IMPORTED OILT1I''i :
legs
f Mrs. Irving Dunn proved the most they would sit upon the porch right cap ;

1 1ft ;successful in completing'the "Ro- awhile, before going to' their rooms, dislocated, and he suffered many oth- '

ij t mance," and received the prize, a the ladies inside finishing up their er minor hurts. He began first with : !

pretty framed hand painted picture oft work, and then came out and invited' flights in dirigible balloons, then took :

: St. Cecilia. the couple who went on the walk ,to up the aeroplane. :
Housewives above all be particular where
The rooms were tastefully decorated stay and take tea. Finally they were ,
tl with asparagus fern, potted palms all invited into the parlor to tea, then SCORED TENDENCIES OF MODERN : you buy your olive oil, your spices, your extracts. In making up

i and ferns, bamboo and quantities of :Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins saw what was SOCIETY : your grocery order, Ring No. 2, our delivery boy is at your service.

1' beautiful roses. up and were completely taken aback,!
,if In the receiving line were Miss not even thinking'that any one knewof Boston, Jan. 22.-Tendencies of OLIVE OIL Pint 50c
modern society were deplored by Cardinal ,
.t Susie Magruder, Mrs. James Magru- their anniversary.Nine .

f der, Mrs. Daetwiler, and Miss Ada sat down to the feast, as follows O'Connellvho, in a sermon Qt. $1.00

f Bumby. : Mr. and Mrs. Wm. U. Jenkins, here, declared the play, the maga- "

.t;. Others who assisted Miss Magruderin of Wolcott, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Mar- zine and the ball room, all give evi- "Gal. 3.50

serving the delicious cake of several tin, of Wolcott, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. dence of an ever increasing disregardof I

i kinds, brick ice cream, mints and' Chas. Bailey, Hague, N. Y.; Mr. and even the rudiments of common de I

a :..- coffee, were; Mrs. Louis Dolive, Miss Mrs. Winslow, Marion, N. Y.; Miss E. cency. DeLANEY & ABERNETHYORLANDO

l' Glen Cheney, Miss Alma DeLaney, A. Norman, Marion, N. Y. "We need be neither prude nor

l Miss, Ada Bumby, Miss Fannie Robinson Puritan," the Cardinal said, "to see DRUGGISTS FLORIDA
and to realize that something is pass- ,
t and Miss Jean Person. ROSALIND CLUB MEMBERS ENJOY .
4 The coming of Mrs. James Magru- AFTERNOON AT AUCTION ing in the heart and the mind of the MHIIMM 11111111111111111 ,..
woman of today which is leaving them
l_ der adds another charming bride tot .

the several of recent date who now The usual pleasant "Rosalind after- hard and ,unwomanly and that year =. . I . .

t claim Orlando as their home, and she noon" was enjoyed by many of the by year this transformation goes on r- -een
until, if it continues, there will be
is welcomed.
i most cordially club members and their friends yes.I
neither home nor family, nor normal
J Beside those assisting, the guests terday, auction bridge and "five hundred" -: .,I
this affair were'Mesdames womanly nature left.
sharing delightful forming the chief amusement.
) "If this is the new woman, then
LeRoy Giles, Merle McEl- In the first, the highest score was

roy, Sylvan McElroy, DeWitt Miller, made by Mrs. Megus, a guest of the God spare us from any further development "- II IIo
l 'I of an abnormal creature. IN EVERY ONE
Vincent Green, Gordon Wright, Joe .Lucerne, and she received a dainty
? Bumby, Leonard Bumby, Leon Fort,''I
bon-bon dish as souvenir; while Mrs. y
M. J. Daetwiler, Waldron, James Cal-'II Head, who is spending the winter at TEA FOR REV. AND MRS. GRAY. of your purchases from us you will

t der, Florence Shine, Verner Estes Duke Hall, had the "five hundred" Rev. and Mrs. Campbell Gray, of I 0

Hal Estes, Christ, Fishback, Irvin I prize, a hand painted cream pitcher. Orlando, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.F. n find originality NOTHING over. T

}: Dunn, Hal Beardall, Ben Lawton,!I The committee in charge were Mrs.J. . T. Schrieber, arriving at noon,

t. Wethersbee, Holbrook, Gray Rush,I N. McElroy, chairman; Mrs. and in their honor Mrs. Schreiber en- and
done but
good taste
t Rose, of Winter Park; and Misses Thompson, Mrs. Chalfant, Mrs. Monroe tertained at a charmingly informal tea harmony

i Agnes Person, Willie Person Florida and Mrs. McIlvaine, these servingto between the hours of three and five

i Howard, Ethel Dickson, Mabel O'Neal, their guests some excellent coffee, o'clock this afternoon, her guests including III combined. Come and see.

j. Mary Branham, Eva McQuarters,i sandwiches and chicken salad. the very special friends of ,
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i- Mamie McQuarters, Nolan, the Misses the former rector of Grace Episcopal 'o = 0
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Smith, May Sloan, Vida Miller, Mary church and Mrs. Gray.

Holt, Millie Smith, Berta Branch, A FRAME-UP Mrs. Schreiber entertained her

Margaret Robertson, Alma DeLaney, guests in her beautiful spacious liv- ALLEN & CO. Jewelers
The Lucerne theater has framed
Mary Scruggs, Eliza Wright, Allen, upa ing room which received additional
classy of pictures and
Estes, Drennen, Ruth Thompson, program mu- attractiveness from many vases and ,
sic for the movie fans of the
t Norma Gettier, Honey, Clair Robin.I "City bowls of roses, violets and pansies

son, Hattie Belle Hyer, Patsy Slem- Beautiful" The ever increasing attendance placed on the mantel, tables and book Guaranteed. Reliable RepairingATTENTION
at "Orlando's best Everything
photo
t. ons, Rita Lawton, Marion Groves, cases. The hostess was assisted in n n.
play house" compels us to greater ef- :
Bernice French, Nell Thomas. receiving by Mrs. Horace Harold and J iClCJ
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forts to please, hence the "Frame- Misses Minnie and Louise Gamsbyand IIClr.-[ "

Up," a Broncho thriller in two immense '
HIGH SCHOOL BASKET BALL in serving tea and delicious cake '
parts, a gripping political story his home Ninth street south fo LIVING PICTURES
TEAM TO PLAY SUMMERLINThe and candies by Misses Dorothy JUNIORSThe I on ,
of the present day, portraying a Schreiber and Hope Robinson. his fine Airdale terrier at a cost of Orlando's poet, Mr. Victor Starbuck, a

story once seen never forgotten, fol- Rev. and Mrs. Gray leave Mondayfor Junior Civic League will meetat i $500. It will be furnished with everything I has written a poem on'Ponce de Leon < -i
girls of the high school basket lowed by the Mutual Weekly, a reel Wisconsin and they will carry Prof. Carr's studio this afternoon: known to add to the convenienceand I which will be read and illustrated at
: ball team are to play the girls of of the Lucerne theater on February 3rd.
really interesting events picked with them to their far away home at four o'clock. The Studio is locatedon comfort of the dog, from whom M7-tf.

i.r' Summerlin institute from Bartow this I here and there from every countryand the good wishes of many friends not East Pine street upstairs overYoung's the doctor is expecting a litter of fine t
evening at eight o'clock at the arm-
clime. This picture alone is only in Ocala but throughout the repair shop. puppies shortly. The mother herselfis W. T. E.\ RICAN,
ory. The Summerlin girls will be the worth the price of admission for the
for both will valuable dog and as she and
state
I are poular. They a very
interior
Painter and decorator.
of the high school girls while New
guests
educational value therein contained. ,
return to Orlando tomorrow.-Ocala the pup's father have long pedigrees, ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. \
in the city. An 'admissionof AN EXPENSIVE DOG HOME .
they are Remember, from 2 till 10
m. con-
p. Banner.. they will be worth a good sum.-St. Expert workmen employed.
twenty-five cents will be chargedto tinuously for 5 cents. It Petersburg Note in TimesUnion.Job 1-21-lm .

witness the match. considered the most costly ,
is
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, What :
Use the Sentinel want columns.- shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barb:: dog home in Florida is now being If you want the news, read the t,:,' 1 I j

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