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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 27, 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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(,b I.e . : THE MORNING. SENTINEL




GREAT MIDWINTER SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVECOME.Direct 1


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. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914. NUMBER 300. :

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NO NOTICEABLE CHANGE SINCE LAWRENCE TESTIFYING IN SAVANNAH 1-- ,
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FLURRY OVER SUNDAY CLOS- ADMITTED THAT .jr

WASHOUTS HALT TRAFFICON RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS HERETO IXGCOXGREGATIOXSSUPPORT HE HAD BEEN FINED FOR GIVES BOND B f FOR R HIS r COMMENTS OF COUNTRY ON

RAIL AND ELECTRICCAR SOLICITOR CONTEMPT BY JUDGE
LINES CONDUCT T NEARING APPEARANCE[ [ ATM T MEASURES WILL BE

The lid was lifted just the slightest Savannah, Ga., Jan. 26.-The sub- CONSIDERED

bit in Orlando Sunday, just committee of the judiciary committeeof
Service on the Wildwood Division of Says There Is Nothing in Charge of .
Seaboard to Be Subject enough to allow the sale of a few the national house of representatives -
Embezzlement Filed
DAMAGE[ ESTIMATED IN MILLIONS of Inquiry: cigars, but there were no cold drinks investigating charges filed Him at Tampa Against MANY CHANGES ARE[ S SUBMITTED

sold in the drug stores, and there"was against Judge Emory Speer, of the

Service ohe Wildwood division of not enough change in the previous United State court for the southern and
Looking
happy prosperous J.
CLOUDBURST AT SANTA BAR- the Seaboard Air Line is to be the sealed up status of the town on Sunday district of Georgia, sat in Savannahfor H. Wendler, secretary of the association
to make it noticeable.At the first time this morning. The JUDICIARY COMMITTEE HOLDS
subject of an inquiry to be held at the j which the
BARA SENT RAGING TOR. gave poultry show at
court house this morning at 10 o'clock. the Methodist church, where D>. hearings are takin gplace in the SESSION AT WHICH TRUST
the fair
in the
ground early month,
RENT OF WATER INTO
J. E. Wray preached on the subject, United States court where
Chairman R. Hudson Burr and room 'I walked into the sheriff's office Saturday MEASURES ARE GIVEN

EXCLUSIVE SUBURB Commissioner Newton A. Blitch of "Shall Orlando Have an Open Sunday Judge Speer has ,held sessions of the says the Tampa Times of Mon- AN OVERHAULINGSpecial 1

' the railroad commission arrived last !" ,a vote was taken at the close federal court for the past ten years

Special to the Sentinel night from Tallahassee to conduct the of the sermon, at the instance of the or more. There was intense local interest I day."I understand have to the SentineLWashington

!. San Francisco: Jan. 26.-A heavy hearing.A minister, who asked all to rise who in the hearings, and the courtroom I f said he."It's .you a warrantor Jan. 26.Strengthening -
me,
wind'and rain storm which swept over delegation of citizens from Apopka would support County Solicitor Star- was crowded when the first ses-, of the trust bills to meet the rad-
I in Birmingham now, was the
r California last night and today left and possibly other points along the buck in his determination to prosecute sion was held this morning. The following -' ical Democratic views in congress be-

flood and disaster in its path. line of road will appear before the I violators of the Sunday closing law. are the witnesses to be heard answer. formalities Wendler gan today before the house judiciary
Waiving went
: Thousands of acres of land were I commissioners and testify concerningthe A similar vote was taken at the during the sitting in Savannah.A. committee.The .
across the hall into Judge Whitaker'soffice
e inundated, and railroad traffic was I character of the service which Christian Alliance hall. Those pres- A. Lawrence, P. W. Meldrim, W. reinforced bills are expected to
pleaded not guilty to the charge
" demoralized. The damage done in! the Seaboard has been giving, and ent voted to stand back of the enforcement W. Mackall, W. W. Osborne, Gordon of in be completed and approved by the judiciary
embezzling of
money excess
towns and villages can not be esti: this is said to be particularly unsatis of the law, almost to a Saussey, A. P. Wright, S. J. Adams,:I $100 and gave a $200 bond for his committee and presented to

mated. Railroad communication from factory. The train between Orlando man. E. H. Abrams, D. C. Barrow, W. E. the house tomorrow after the committee
I appearance when the case shall be set
o the southern part of the state is entirely Cann R. L. T. M. conference.
Colding
and Wildwood is a mixed'train, and Cunningham .for trial.

.l/, p cut'off. Many trains are stalled the demand is to have the freight service "Some sort of Sabbath antedated W. V. Davis, W. M. Garrard,:'I He says there i? nothing to the case More rigid provisions against interlocking

on the roads tonight on account of, discontinued on the the fourth commandment, and some Jacob Gazan, T. F. Johnson, A. R. directorates and a more
passenger ;and that he will be able to show thati
washouts. trains. There are other complaints sort of Sabbath will be necessary for Lawton, M. A. Baker, Brunswick; W.'j comprehensive definition of trust and
i he didn't get away with a cent of the
to be heard. the welfare of the race to the end of R. Beach, L Carter and V. E. Pad-j I I monopoly and restraint of trade and
I association's money. That on the other -
CLOUDBURST ROARS THROUGH From Orlando the commissionerswill time," said Dr. J. E. Wray, preaching gett, of Waycross. I| hand there was an absolute outlay more drastic personal punishment for

TOWN AND WRECKS HOMES go to Kissimmee to have a hear to the Methodist church great congre- Most of those in the above list are of than his individual guilt are being worked out
C. more $400 on part
ing on the long and short haul prop- gation at the Grand Sunday. Savannah attorneys, some of whom i, over the receipts. for incorporation in the laws.

Los Angeles, Jan. 26.-Five lives osition, a law to correct the inequality "Several years ago Rev. Charles :M. have been pronounced anti-Speer in I I I I It was not decided at an informal
8
"Thursday morning, January ,
have been lost and a. number menaced of rates having been passed at the Sheldon made a personal census of a their views for several years. Othersare : conference of the judiciary committee
r | Pete Allen told me they were to have!
I and hundreds of thousands of last session of the legislature. city of 35,000 people, in order to find men who have had experience in'I' that said Wendler. today whether these changes shouldbe
a meeting night,
dollars in damage done in southern out as exactly as it could be done how bankruptcy proceedings in Judge : II III incorporated in the committee bills
f "I had to go to Lakeland that after-
California by a record storm which much unnecessary Sunday labor was Speer's court. The most notable of: at present. The argument was ad
noon but expected to come back by
, swept through this section yesterday i MAY BUILD MAUSOLEUM AT T required by the citizens, and he found these are W. R. Beach and L Carter,I|the night train which would get me I vanced that it front} be better to wait '

! and today. that 1,504 people were at work more of Waycross. for comments the country and
; I
here soon after 7 o'clock. I had to
:., Railroads entering Los Angeles are ORLANDO CEMETERY[ or less all day Sunday. A certainamount That in his opinion Judge Speer I leave at 9 for Indianapolis in order to i then make the necessary. changes by

,:. completely tied up by washouts, and of Sunday labor was, of had never selected a jury according: i iI amendment.
judge there the tenth. My train was!
j I
the service of the electric roads is course, accounted necessary. The city to law, was the charge of Alex A.I Jo
(ilate and I in !
Plan on Foot to Interest Several could not come from
;i' partially paralyzed. fire department, water department, Lawrence, a local attorney, the first
Lakeland without PRESIDENT TOLD T WHAT [
Families in Erection of missing the Indian HE H HAD
'.
Reports from Santa Barbara say street lighting, police force, hotel ser- witness today. Mr. Lawrence is a
Structure apolis engagement. I went on
up
fl' that a cloudburst over the mountains vice and anything that could be fairly former member of the general assem- .
there, from there to Cedar Rapids, LEARNED FROM UNO
yesterday afternoon sent a raging counted under the head of necessityfor bly of Georgia.
A plan is afoot in Orlando to builda Iowa, and then back to Birmingham,
torrent of water down through the comfort or safety, but after a fair "It would be an unusual thing to <
mausoleum at the city cemetery,, judging shows in each pla-e. Yesterday
city and the suburbs causing an esti allowance was made for absolutely I see Judge Speer draw a jury in open But Members of Foreign Relations <
the structure to be commodiousenough in Birmingham I found there wasa
mated damage of half a million. necessary Sunday labor, Dr. Sheldon court," said Mr. Lawrence. "Only Committee Who Heard It Will
1
to entomb the dead of a num warrant out against me. Jumping
found that 300 people could easily when counsel insists does he draw Say Nothing
ber of families, and the cost to be on a train I came right here at onceThere's .
have performed all the labor requiredfor juries in court, and then'not al
S SUFFRAGETTES TO HAVE [OAT T borne jointly by as many, say ten or the good of the community. In ways." open nothing to the case.'' .

a dozen men. I Wendler is very sore at the association Special to the SentinelWashington
other words Mr. Lawrence testified that
1,200 people were unnecessarily he had
The idea has been talked for sometime for reflections on his professionals Jan. 26.-At the closeof
IN f FAIR R PARADE
deprived of their rest and thought "something mysterious
and it has been favorably re standing as a judge of poultry and a conference between the president
worship by the selfish habits of the going on" in the jury drawing in the
ceived by probably a sufficient number talks of retaliation. and the foreign relations committeeof
rest of the population. Meat markets case of Greene and Gaynor. "I made
Fair Commissioner Pomeroy Is Notified of men to give the plan execution the senate which lasted until mid-
were kept open on Sunday to accom- an investigation and ascertained that
That Woman's Suffrage Will before long. I night, President Wilson announced
modate church members who might Judge Speer had given an order to HOTELS REPORT BETTER SSO f A N
,
that he had exacted
t Be Duly Represented The need for a receiving vault at a promise from
have ordered the night before; under T. F. Johnson, clerk of the court, carrying
Orlando is generally recognized, andit every member that he be allowed to
takers were kept on duty owing to a suggestions for the preparation THAN THE[ LAST T
do the' and that
' is not unlikely that the city would talking, no future
Fair Commissioner C. K. Pomeroy, selfish demand on the part of labor of the jury lists," the witness testi
stand policy in regard to Mexico had been
part of the cost of constructinga
J. who is this week making up a list of organizations, which planned for Sunday fied.
mausoleum for the use of it in this Greater Number of Winter Visitors determined upon.Personally .
the business houses and others whoI
funerals Because it gave thembetter Speer Fined Him Contempt( -'
way. Those who have the questionunder Are in Orlando Than Were addressing the newspaper
will take part in the trades display
opportunities to display their In reply to questions from Chair
to be given in a parade the first day consideration would build a orders /Here a Year Ago men, President Wilson said the
insurance ; drug store clerks man Webb, Mr. Lawrence stated thathe
granite structure, of ornamental and Mexican situation had been discussedin
tJ of the South Florida Midwinter ex were kept on duty twelve hours, under had been fined $100 by Judge
imposing .appearance. I Orlando hotels better all its phases up to the present
position, which opens in Orlando February the plea of supplying the public with Speer for contempt for charging the report a sea hour but
c 17, has signed some thirtyfirms son than is shown by their recordsof no further. ,
up necessary medicine, but in reality to latter with "fixing up" the special He said the
greater
and hopes to complete the list SBRFACING CfMUfRY ROAD WITH UM[. sell soda water and cigars; and to the :,Greene-Gaynor grand jury. a year ago. The crowds on the time had been taken part the of the
, streets and at the indicatea up by sena-
in the course of a few days. postoffice
shame of the Christian public it must Testifying concerning a peonage
I well filled town and the tors in asking him questions concerns -
Mr. Pomeroy finds it rather slow STONE-ROCK general im
be said that practically the entire case tried before Judge Speer the
s ing what he had learned
about
is borne the
pression out reference
work to make a personal solicitationof 1,200 Sunday workers were forced to witness said: by t
Mexican situation in his
,' the head of each firm, and he requests By a stroke of luck CommissionerH. keep at work by the selfish customof "Word was brought to me the day the hotels. conferencewith '

those who wish to be repre Clark Robertson secured two carloads : a Christian community that did not before the trial that the defendantshad At the San Juan the registrationsince John Lind at Pass Christian. .

sented in the display to drop him a of crushed rock at a reduction really need their services."I better plead guilty. I understood January 15 has been largely in '

postal card to that effect, for it maybe yesterday, and he purchased the ma have it from competent authorities Judge Speer sent this word and he excess of the same period last year, FLORIDA VEGETABLES AT NEW -

that he'will not be able to see them terial for surfacing the road inside that there are not less than 250- stood ready to be lenient with themif and all of December the books showed I YORK

all and it is' desirable to close the lists the city cemetery, which was badlyin 000 railway employes in this country they would plead guilty, but that if an increase. The records kept by the

as soon as possible. need of it. who are, to all intents and purposes, they did not it would go hard withthem. hotels is based on the number of New York, Jan. 26.The Florida '

r Mr. Pomeroy yesterday received no The rock had been shipped to Or denied a Sabbath by the rest of the They paid no attention to the meals 'served. vegetable market was in pretty fair
tice that the Suffragists of Orlando lando from'Crystal river to be usedin The 'Wyoming is well filled and is
people. If they were all together in message and as a result Judge Speer shape this week. There was a good, ;
f would have a float in the parade. This the construction of the septic tanks, threatened with an overflow. At the
one great city the churches would be intimidated the defendants and two of steady demand, which was based almost .

will add interest, and it is the desireof but they were rejected by City Engineer horrified at a city in which 250,000men their lawyers in court in the presence I St. Charles the same condition exists, entirely on quality of goods and _

the fair directors to have as many l G. R. Ramsey. This threw the had no Sabbath! Here is the of the jury. Later they did decide to and at Duke Hall and the Keystonethe anything strictly fancy was moved

of the civic organizations representedas shipments back on the hands of the I houses are about filled to capac
heart of the Sabbath question: Sunday plead guilty because of Judge Speer'n out quickly. A great part of the offerings
it is to shippers and they sold the the elity and there is the prospect that the
possible secure. city I travel is not an infraction of a attitude, notwithstanding they netinnocent. : I still showed effect of the rains
Those who have agreed to have rock at sixty cents a cubic advancing season will bring more
yard
antiquated Jewish usage, entirely repealed Fines of $5,000 were assessed which hindered their sale but there
f floats in the parade are as follows: which is less than half the usual price. or greatly modified in this dispensation against each." than can be accommodated. was a decrease in the offerings of this

y South Florida ,Machine company, Commissioner Robertson was quick to it is an essential breakingof A few of the hotels are not as well 1 stock as the week progressed.

Phillips Manufacturing company, Or seize the advantage, and the resultis the law of love. It is refusing to filled as they were a year ago at thi$ There was a good demand for

' '* lando Steam Laundry, F. J. Terry that the cemetery road will be improved do to others what we would have NERVY RAINS OF f lAST WEEK IWsrn time, but this is not true of the ma of which there were moderate offer-peas,

Marble Works, J. L. Empie, boat quicker than was anticipated. them do to us. jority, and the season so far as Or
ings. Small
WATER IN SINK NOTE I lando is concerned will likely be the peas brought from $3 to
builder; P. F. Laubach, feed store; "The South has a peculiar respon $4 basket while
per large, when
best in the of the tourist
J. F. Schnarr insecticides the Parlor history busi
; LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS PRE- sibility just now with reference to I strictly fancy, brought up to $8 in

4 Market; the Enterprise Market; PARE SCALE OF WAGES I Sabbath observance. Having been The water in the sink hole near the ness. many cases. When undesirable, they

Finley, Jr., sign, writer; A. A. Feizl, comparatively exempt from foreign cemetery rose five feet Saturday asa sold down to $3. ,.

ornamental metal works; Yancey's Special to the Sentinel I immigration, this section, far moreI result of the heavy rains.: This is APPOINTMENT OF GOETHALS AS Both wax and green beans were in
CANAL ZONE GOVERNOR
Meat Market; Hanner Bros., contract Chicago, Jan. 26.-The representatives I than all others, preserved a day of the first time the waters have risento SOON much heavier supply and although

ors; Ford Garage; Ange & Bates, of eighty thousand locomotive I I rest and worship under wholesome restraints any perceptible degree since the Special to the SentinelWashington there was a good demand for them,

contractors; Branch's Book Store; engineers and firemen employed by against the incursions of sec drainage wells were bored there, and Jan. 26.-The appointment prices dropped about 25 cents perbasket

Estes- Pharmacy; Hyer Stone Works; seventy-five western railroads begana 'ular toil and, indulgence. With immigration the water which had been standingat of Cot Goethals to be governor'; on the average. Fancy beans

4'" DeLaney Drug company; Bumby's, conference here today to prepare I now turned in our direction, a depth of some eight or ten feet of the Panama canal zone will be;i i of both varieties brought from $3 to j

hardware; Cook Garage; San Juan a wage scale and working conditions and with the rapid development of our was let out. The sink hole is the made by the president in a few days. :$3.50 per basket, while ordinary stock

Garage; Caruthers & Gore, groceries; which will later be placed before the ,section in the matter of railroad build drainage basin for a considerable tern The general scheme of operating the :sold from $2 to $3.

A. P. Curry Electric company; Allen railroad officials. 'ing and industries, our section is i ritory and is fed by Fern creek, which government with Goethals as its head I Lettuce was in lighter supply and

r In Jewelry company; Orlando Novelty 'imminent peril of being swept into flows from Lake Underhill. The rise will be announced at the same time. i.for the greater part, showed up rusty,

,'..,'': !.r.Works; Merck's Pharmacy; Mayer & THE WEATHER the godlessness of other sections on of the water was due to surfacedrainage lowing' to being damaged by rain. .

.f\} p
j ,, :Pharmacy; the Beck Lumber com Florida: Fair and warmer Tues "All of this foregoing ,is the hU up of water from the subterranean new popular music at Curtis & quality and sold anywhere from $1 to ;

pany. day. Wednesday, fair. (Continued on page 8) depths. I O'Neal's, next postoffice. |I $125 per basket, according to quality.i' l''i.


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r The(From furniture the Gainesville is being jnstalled Sun) .in 0 c tI 1aalia Nln rJ rrt I Today and Today Only+

Hernando county's new court houseat MONTGOMERY MOTION

Brooksville. PICTURE co'sGEORGE Grand Theatre

Nearly three thousand registrationshave always been accepted in Orange County as the
been reported in Duval county
since the books opened the first Mon best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand KLEINE PRESENTS THE PHOTO DRAMA

day in January. no oneever will, because our trees are the best COMPANY'S PRODUCTION OF
t
and cheapest (in the end) possible to

serts The that Jacksonville with proper board port of trade facilities as i Who ever heard of one untrue to procure.name or who- "THE I LAST I DAY Of "
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that cotton city annually.could handle 800,000 bales of' ever heard of an ignored claim? III


The of the Southern Bell We offer you first choice from the largest stockin
manager in six reels three
the world acts. Made at Pompeii
for this
Telephone company in Jacksonville season's planting and your success Italy at
has announced that he finds there are with our stock is already assured when your cost of $250,000. The same picture that $1.00'ad

in Jacksonville.
85,000 people ) grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- mission was charged for in New York. Endorsed

The town commissioners of Lake sonal inspection ol your land when requested on any the
by pulpit, press and board of education
Worth authorized, at
were a mass planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discounts every. t
r meeting, to advertise for bids for a where and is
that
a picture
telephone franchise for that place. to planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best every man, woman

,of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. and child cannot afford to miss. One and a half
i Two hundred magnetic arc lampsare
to be added to Jacksonville'sstreet hours to show this wonderful film.

.
lighting system. The new
r lights are four ampere lamps of 1,000 ADDRESS The picture will commence at the following hours:

candlepower.W. Afternoon: TOO, 3:45 and 5:25

1 Evening: 7.00 and 8:45Miss
M. Holloway, United States inspector OCKLAAHA NURSERIES .
in the South for government
1 building sites, was in the city yester- Also Ruth Pearl .Dainty Singer of Sweet Songs." Spec-
day. He l9oked over our proposed clalone week's engagement.
postoffice site, and it is hoped something JDept. 2 3, Tangerine, Fla.MMtaMMmnilMMMMMMIMMIMMMIIIMIMIH.
tangible will result. Mr., Hol- PRICES TODAY
loway was formerly Florida state superintendent .

23rd.Palatka Note of in public Florida instruction.Metropolis, ;mttiMIMHUilllMllllilMMMtMIHIItMtlMlHltFOR Children 15c OK{ DAY ONLY Adults 25c

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6 The "music" -generated'by one individual SALE :::::::::::IIIIIII' ::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::444-::. . .u L..tlllltlll. '+:

hath no charm for Major
Butler, editor of the Inverness Chron- New Two-Story Modern For Economy and
icle, for he says: "Peaceably inclined purchase -
y citizens living on Pine street House, ,one block from W RIG H T&SBBD power of your mon-
have tired of the noise made every REALTY co"T
noon by a man who knows as much Lucerne Circle. FOR REAL ry Wrights Farm ,
about blowing a horn as a rhinoceras Thais Our Business and Garden
Seeds
knows about playing a fiddle. Unless Orlando Florida in
this racket ceases at once, either the bulk. "Motto"
: Helen Wright Owner Quantityand
< penalties of the law will be asked for ,
or the injured parties will take the Quality.Fresh .

matter in their own hands." I: 113 AMERICA STREET Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter,

.IIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIII IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'II' cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents 40
J The grand lodge of Masons closed dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents
a three days' session in quart, 30
the
temple, SMART SET. WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents pint. '
Jacksonville, Thursday night. The
Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present"
1'1' grand officers elected delivered
were: CephasL. Wood, $1.50 a strand up.. Hand's by Express,
Wilson, of Marianna, M. W.; The Smart Set company will make Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf I (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
James E. Crane of Tampa, D. G.; A. its annual appearance with big singing -
S. York of Live Oak, S. G. W.; T. P. and dancing chorus, one of thebest 1-
Warlow of Orlando, J .G. W.; Henry in the country, at the Orlando; I
Robinson of Jacksonville, grand treas- opera, house,. on January 28th. This FIRE
urer; W. P. Webster of Jacksonville, attraction playing the brand new musical INSURANCE \
>, grand secretary; W. B. Y. Wilkie of farce, The Wrong Mr. President,
Dunedin, grand chaplain. I. E. Web- is scintillatinog with effervescent humor -
ster of Gainesville was named district catchy and splendid ensemble
j. grand master for the eleventh district music, dashing costumes and every- ( ITYAM'Vhe E lo Success.
thing that goes to line up an up-to-
date musical comedy. The book and COUNTRY

Had not Governor Trammell lyrics are by Salem Tutt Whitney, .
a respite in the case of Tom granted Williams who is the principal comedian, and . Just arrived car load I (llEALE5TATCRjJAHsEM ,
who was scheduled,to hang in and the music is by T. L. Corwell, immediate IMPROVED ANumnpRov
Smith. All FORDS for NOTARY
Palatka Homer Tutt and Russell
on Friday, Sheriff Kennerly f
would have encountered the old favorites are retained and the ORLANDO UDLIC
. a difficult delivery.Get )
undertaking, as the following from company of thirty people will guar- FLORIDA. .
the Palatka antee to furnish a fast, dean enter-I
Daily Item of the 22nd
will show tainment. yours now.F. .
: "Tom Williams, the con-
.. victed murderer, is in a weak state, G. RUSH, Office in Rock Building N. ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
owing to his hunger strike, assumed
or otherwise. He still refuses to accept Dr. BucKmaster Phone 226 ,
food and water. Yesterday the
.
juice of two oranges was forced down -
his throat, and,this had to be done at Physician
the end of a long stick, as it is dan- Osteopathic I 7 Electrically
gerous to go near him. An attempt 132 Orange Avenue Equipped!
had been made before to feed him by
..I hand, but he snapped at the fingers. Next door to People's Bank 1i
His strength has failed him and he jup-stairs. Acute and chronic
can now only stand up by pulling diseases treated.Telephone : S' -
himself up, gripping the bars of the y
cell. 578.

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: 'I'I IIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III" i Two Sell Storage Batteries and CorbmBrown Rear-Drbe Speedomet
: ere Price J260.00. See Catalog for detailed dcacriplioa.cfLJ"MlMOTOCYCLES.
Another Shipment of .

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, RIl NOI GJUIA A Ahis IIR Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH Cif1lU1U1ll FOR 1914 "

., 60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian
AND SALT MEATS trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production
in the history of the industry. .,
is the fourth order this FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with ".Thirty-Eight Better

Kept under the best sanitary conditions. ments for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
winter and they are selling fast Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
Everything screened away from the files, and kept fresh completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.

so place your order now while and pore. All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat
they last and be prepared for the We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.
everything in the Meat Line. You cannot lolly realize the 1914 Indian without thorough study of the 1914 r1
next cold spell $4.50 and $6.50. I Indian Catalog. It makes plain host of compelling Indian facts that all motor
cydeinterested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
Catalog-the most interesting'volume of motorcycle literature JOu'"erer read.

The PARLOR MARKET I The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of:
4 H.P. Single Service .$200.00
: 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Fire, Regular Model .
H. M. Self & 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard 260.00 225.00
ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT T CO. Co. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model.,....... 260.00
7 H.P.Twia Two Speed, Regular .... 275.00
PINE STREET 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
7 H.P.Twin Hcndee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00
'Gas Department Phone No. 80 P icu F.O.B. Factory
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I'. dressed On Thursday by Prof.Assembly James L.was Kellogg ad-, COMPANY [ELECTRIC L[ YCUUM CLELNER L[ [

" Professor of Biology at Williams Col- ORLANDO BANK a TRUST *

lege, who, with his family, have been
spending the winter in Winter Park .

for rest and study. Prof. Kellogg Orlando, Florida.Condition .
read a paper of great interest to all,

and especially perhaps to the students. at the close of business December 31, 1913 your room or house .
His theme was the manner in which
'
the discovery of natural laws dur- RESOURCESLoans cleaned without dust or troubleof

ing the past centuries had been re. and Discounts . . . . . . . .. . . . $403,080.10 .
ceived by the religious world. He Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 moving furniture .
pointed out how the Copernican Theo- Stocks and Bonds . . . . . .; . ... . :. . . 26,018.33
ry had been resisted as taking away Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57
every foundation of the Christian .' Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures ... . 25,974,87
faith, as were also the Laws of Grav- The [Pierce Electric Co; send an Experienced

itation propounded by Sir Isaac New- 656382.21
ton and the Theory of Evolution as LIABILITIES man.
first stated by Darwin. He explained -
the various causes which brought Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00 0 ..
Surplus and Undivided Profits . . , :. . . . 35,214.86 0 \
affairs and made SEE THEM
about this state of FOR TERMS J
natural laws which no one connects Deposits 0 . . . . . . . .. . . ..' . . . 521,167.38 .

with religious belief at the present .
time, to have seemed subversive of $656,382.24


an the earlier very foundation church. The of the address faith wasa of Deposits on Dec! 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68
The PIERCE[ f ELECTRIC[ L
powerful a broad-minded and convincing attitude argumentfor toward Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 CO11""lnc,

such questions, for a reasoning ap- Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . .. 31,195.70
proach to all the manifold subjects The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust CHURCH STREETllllltillMIIMMMIMIIIMMIMMHIIIIililliitumfc
concerning which difference of opin- Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and .
ion may be felt. 'friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. I.
On Thursday evening in the audi- The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects _.. t

torium, Signor Stassie Berint and the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in iitllltlMttMMIMMitMHilMimia.i .
Madame Louise Tozier Berini gave this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
the second concert of the Artists' strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
Course. Signor and Madame Be- ful statements to its patrons.
rini have both won laurels in the
world of opera, he with the Metro- 11.I.. SMITH, PresidentW. M Sacrifice Price

politan Opera Company, of New : M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier a

York, and she with the Henry W. !
Savage Opera Company. The con-
cert as a whole was highly pleasingto
the audience, and also of great J @ I. :
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educational value to such of the stu- liitilll HlllllMmiMIMIIIilMMimimMMIMIMM ,
dents as are engaged in the work '
is : choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
with the School of Music. This Fresh Oandies
1 of the main of this Ar- : .
one purposes one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved -
tist Course given each by the< :
Director of the School of year Music, that Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb. with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
I have Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. lb.
the students opportunityto
may Peanut Crisp . . .. . . . .. 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . .. . . . . 40c. Ib, locations in Orlando.
hear the work of the leading artists -
in the various lines, and from Menthal Drops . . .. . . . . 20c. lb. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . 40c. lb. \

comparison with their performanceslearn Hoarhound Drops .. . .. . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. lb. The Price is Right

to better their own. The accompaniments Gum Drops . . . .: . . . . 20c. lb.Chocolate Almonds
were played by Ma- Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
dame Berini and Mrs. Helen O'Neal Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams
Palmer in an adequate and satisfac- Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts

tory manner. and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.Ice .
inter-semester On Saturday evening entertainment the regular was; Cream, '$1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any Or1allo ll Real l B Estate t t Co.Phone

held in the Gymnasium, under the quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one I
through our
auspices of the Social Committee of
factory.HOT
the Y. :M. C.. A. and Y. W. C. A. The DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH ; 504 Watkins Block
"+ affair was more informal than usual,
but perhaps thereby the more en- DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.

joyable to those who took part. Mu- Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc. 1,11,11111111111.1111111111111111111111111111111111' ,.

sic was furnished by the orchestra, Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . ; . . . . . lOc.
and delicious fruit punch was served Beef Bouillon . .. . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot
Lemonade " " " " lOc. filii.11111 11111 111I1 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 .
by the committee. Hot Egg Malted Milk . . , . . . 15c. 11111' ,

Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon .. .. . . . 15c.
Late grapefruit for April to July I The Altamonte

market assured the planter of Bo- v ayer Oandy Co. .
went, Florida Standard and Marsh
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
Seedless varieties. Sold reasonable 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUEMilMIHMHIMMIttMMtMMllllMMIIIIMIMMMIIMMtt
prices for Al stock at Ocklawaha beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L
Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Write for HMIIIMHmiMMIMMMI R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in Inte-
catalog. rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

aaaaaaaaaa most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
Retires
and Baby
Warman Repairs Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf " ,:"HIS IIH HIS,:,, ILCo; il;( MMMMMMMMIMMIMM illllttllltlllllitilllllil' Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve- '

ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests :
Of course all the music lovers will 1111111111 Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet. '
be at the concert on Wednesday, the iiiillllliillilt ;
28th; but why not everybody? You J

can't afford to miss the inspiration for all GEO. E. BATES & SON .
perhaps you have been waiting Proprietors
your l life, nor the music that will lift
you out of yourself. It is somethingjust Orlsmdo7ater (Summer Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H. '
to look at Maud Powell, who .
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it out to the top-notch of suc-
cess. How many do it? l-25-2t i \ Bz Laglit Co.

NOTICE I V< WE MAKE IT OUR BUSINESSTo


I hereby give' -notice that after Jan- ElectricityGas supply particular Stationery, Office !
uary 9th I will not be responsible for 1
any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. Supplies and Blank Books for particular peo- ;
,
Helen Gwynne.
Water Iceo
Ml-tf WYNDOM P. GWYNNE. ""- pIe.

Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of We to the
try please even most fastidious :
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Florida's best fruit trees, easily / .
Office No. 18 West Central Avenue
reached from all parts of Orange, :-- and will welcome enquiries about the 1

Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Volusia
counties I by auto over hard surfaced Telephone No. 6HHHIHIHIHIHIHHIHHHHHHI special goods you have not been able to pro-
roads, most convenient for all planters -
and most reliable in Florida. cure elsewhere. '

Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla.
0 MMMMIMMMmtMMMfllllltllMlllitlMlimiMtn Our staple line comprises enough to fill
Write for catalog. li
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all ordinary demands.
FOR SALE
Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake' Our prices will bring future orders.
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor- :
ten acres of garden land, one hun- ida's best fruit trees, easily reached W. S. BRANCH
dred bearing orange trees, small from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi. 1
house and barn. Price $2,500.
Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by Just'Received'New The Arcade Book and Music Store -
in grove, four hundred bearing trees, auto over hard surfaced roads, most 1
and two hundred young budded grapefruit convenient for all planters and most --
eight hundred boxes of fruit .
Ocklawaha Nur-
reliable in Florida. If want to sell anything, remember -
you .
now Eighty on trees.acres Price, twenty-five$3,200. acres series, 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. Everybody reads it. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
buildings. Price $1,500. and other materials. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
Spring
Twenty acres on lake front, well
located, three hundred bearing orange W. T. ENTRICAN, .
trees. Price $2,200. 'IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII'II.
fruit land Makes a specialty of painting, paper- i{
Twenty acres good on
furniture, etc. (WM. HARPER
lake front, two'acres bearing orange ing, refinishing floors, USSESIAHLOT&DTM
grove, good six room house. Price Phone 636. 1-21.1m DRS'lJOSEPHINE( HARPEROSTEOPATHS
$1,000.Twentyfive.
acres bearing orange < MIIIIMMHMMIMMIMj
grove located on lake front within the Oldest:Established Practice In L H. RAMSDELL
city limits. Ideal location for subdi Automobile for Hire Orlando
for CorsetsI
vision. Price $10,500.J. Agents Barclay I' OPTOMETRIST
New Five ; 19 W. Church.Street. Up-Stairs
; ; Passenger I
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over Blue Drug Store I Patterns I amination FreetlllllllllllllilHMIIII ,i
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THE DAILY THE FUNCTION OF A NEWSPAPER SIDELIGHTS Re-engagements are a mark of ap Take your repairing to Warman on For J-4
I Sale Ten Acre
preciation. Maud Powell again, Jan- Court street. 12- -tf
South Florida Sentinel
(By W. S. Branch)

MORNING AND WEEKLY People engaged in the newspaper Geo. S. Merriam, son of the orig- uary 28. Auspices Methodist Baraca Grove Paying Big

d JOSIAH_FERRIS. Editor and Owner. business have frequent cause to re- inal publishers of Webster's Unabridged class. 115.11t Subscribe for the Sentinel.

Entered at the potaffift at Orlando FlorId mark that it isn't like any other business Dictionary, died ,on Saturdayat Profits.
*. a> Second CUM NaU )laUn. in the known world. An adver- Springfield, Mass. Noah Webster,

TO ADVERTISERS tiser, for example, contracts for a the original editor and compiler of illllllimiMMIIMIilllHMIMIHMIillllllMHiLatest Located East of Town near city

Copy for diiplty and all other hand-set certain amount of space, and space is the great dictionary, is also dead. Or
tdvrrtuinc mutt bt handed in at the business j limits on a beautiful lake. .500 full
.ffic* of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. the only thing a newspaper has to sell was his first name Daniel? Well,
the d7 before publication. This rule applies aside from subscriptions. Then the Daniel is dead also. bearing orange trees, 150 to two year
to chantti for contract admtiunr; it ifinrariable to
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and will be strictly adhered to. advertiser requests the newspaper to old budded grape fruit trees Crop
insert a notice calling attention to his hundred thousand pounds of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: advertisement he expects the pub- butter arrived in this from this year: 1600 boxes that sold for
One Year .............. .... ...?5.00 country Patterns and Colors in
lisher to give him reading notices Argentine last week and the cost laid dollar
Six Months ....... ............ 2.50 one per box. Prospects for 3
without charge. On the same prin- down here was 30 cents the
Three Months ... ........... ... 1.25 poundThere Ginghams and PercalesSee 3000 boxes this year... Has been
In Adrance. ciple it would be reasonable to ex- was a decided drop in the mar. i

pect a merchant to give a pair of l ket in New York on account of this the new line ol fertilized twice this year and is in

.. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27:1914. i I shoes with every suit he sold, or a one shipment, which is to be followed perfect condition. If sold in ten

There's- a howl in Tampa,for owl- ham with every barrel of flour; it by more. This is encouraging, but it Ladies' Muslin Underwear
would be equally as reasonable to ex- is to be hoped those South American days price is $6500.Cooper .
cars. Is this because of the biled
pect a railroad to give a free pass brothers of ours will not attempt to
owls that start home just before day?
0 with every hundred pounds of freight work off any argentineoleomargarineon McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT AthaExclusive

See that your business is repre- paid for, or a theater to give a box to their unsuspecting relatives.
of candy with each admission ticket. *
sented in the trades display to be
And all the time the is Private Wildman of the
newspaper U. S. army Agents
given the first day of the fair. Every STORE
Orlando business house should par. doing work for the public good thatno corps, broke a world's record in flying I
i ticipate. other business does or is expectedto the other day by making an eleva. 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.

do, and without any hope of indi- tion of 3,500 feet in 25 minutes. 1S8 S. Orange Ave.IIIIHIIIMIIMtltMIHMtlllMIHinilimiimMf'.
0 '
_;. It didn't seem necessary, but the vidual reward. The, newspaper fills This may be important as an army Orlando, Florida
its columns with matter to awakenthe measure, but Private Wildman had
attorney general has given an opin-
ion that it is not required of votersto public to needed improvements, best be more tame about these mat-

pay' poll tax before they register.So urges them to attend to their civic ters or he will belong to the cemetery

don't hang back on that account. and political duties and prints the!'corpse department instead of the

communications of the citizens on all army corps. '
Register today!
a subjects of public interest, but if a * Supreffle Auto ml

bond issue is voted, after the news. The executor of the Mary Baker
Pastor Bill Russell of the Palatka HIIMMMIIIMIMmtlMlitlHttmtiMtltiMltlM*
News is to run for the senate, and paper has made it possible for the I Eddy estate in New Hampshire has ,

.. will likely have Senator John P. Wall issue to be carried, nobody expectsthe lately paid the state legacy tax A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX The oil that has
lawyer to do his work in passing to
as his opponent. Editor Russell has amounting 116791.92, which is
the cordial wishes of the on the bond' issue without a fee; if .the largest legacy tax ever paid in stood the supreme -
newspapermen t
for his success, but he is goingto perchance this should happen that the Granite State. This would makeit THE PALMS AUTO CO test
,
have a tough proposition to han- lawyer would be regarded as a pub- appear that the cult should be

dle in Friend Wall. Here's hoping lic benefactor for all time. The legit- called Financial Science, rather than REO MOTOR CARS

that he won't be Wall-ed off from the imate function of the newspaper is to Christian Science. The Son of Man, r=I=r THAT:_ -

senatorial courtesy which he so much print the news and comment thereon,'who founded Christianity, "had not For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
' and this constitutes its duty to its where to lay His head.
desires to exercise on the green car- subscribers. Its advertising is .... .... .... full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force
pet at Tallahassee. space I Good Gulf Gasoline
for sale, and it is from the proceeds A peculiar species of animal some-
. ; of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
: After his discharge from the federal of such sale that it is enabled to do times known as the "end seat hog," .

-r prison in Atlanta Julian -Haw- business at all. For this reason it is is indigenous to nearly all civilized j guaranteed. 0

thorne, the novelist, made serious unfair to expect or demand free no- communities where people congregatefor %

charges against Warden Moyer. tices as a premium when space is con- public worship or entertainment.He .
J
These charges were dignified by an tracted for. goes early, takes the seat next to : : P. G. WALTON Agt.
official investigation, and Warden o the aisle in the center of the house THE PALMS AUTO CO ,

'Moyer has been pronounced the proper NOT NECESSARY TO PAY POLL and no amount of coaxing or threat-

kind of a warden. The TAX BEFORE REGISTERINGSome ening will cause him to move along to
questionof FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. PHONES 450269HHMIMMMMIIIIIilllM
interest is whether Moyer has been I allow others to procure a seat. He

whitewashed or whether the condi- of the registration officers of I I will. double himself up in a knot to I fiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiMin

tions alleged to exist by Hawthornedo the state seem to be further muddledon allow a feeble old man or lady to
exist. If do the climb over him, but he will hold that
they Warden Moyer new Bryan primary law. They I I I- -II
I lacks a good deal of being the right have construed the act as requiring seat against all comers. This animalis
kind of warden. voters I nearly always of the male variety,
a on registering, to take oath I I
that their and those in position to know say he
-o poll taxes are paid, and
The Tampa Tribune thinks that the have refused to allow a voter to reg-I I has already appeared in this community -

testimony against Judge Speer is ister that could not make such oath. ..
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trifling and amounts to nothing of In this connection Attorney GeneralT. .
-: consequence, that it is given by per- F. West, to whom the matter was Although only two or three depart- 1

sons who have practiced in his court referred by Secretary of State H. ments in the Yowell-Duckworth building ;

and are antagonistic to him. There Clay Crawford, says: "It appears i are ready for business, the pas-

must be a reason for such antagonism. that in general elections, as weil asi j senger elevator is busy most of. the I .
( When is finished
time.
Making due allowance for pique and primary elections, the time for regis.' everything Man is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry.The .
" prejudice,. the inquiry has already de- tration ends before the time for the and the soda fountain and picture

. veloped enough to warrant impeach- payment of poll taxes does; and, so show and roof garden are running, majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule '

ment proceedings, and it is the conclusion far as I know, there has never been there will evidently be need of an-
ladies but of he has
(other elevator.T. not as expensive jewelry as necessity
of the Sentinel .that the com- any question but what a person applying -
mittee will so report. for registration under the general to wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring,

f o election law could take the constitu- J. APPLEYARD, JR., IN RACE
cuff links, vest chain and numerous other articles are all
The Ocala Banner says that Hon. tional oath referred to, although at AGAINST McRAE a

L S. Light of Marion county is being I the time all poll taxes then due1 by to be found, here in profusion. Do not overlook our men's

urged to run for congress against such person had not been paid.
Congressman Frank Clark. The Ban- "It has never been contended that T. J. Appleyard, Jr., son of the well jewelry. Quality the best. Stocks the largest.

ner says that Mr. Light is a farmer the payment of poll taxes due is a known state printer, has definitely
and is in close for for made up his mind to enter the race
touch with the farmers prerequisite registration; gen-

and has been successful as a politicianas eral elections, and, inasmuch as the j against W. A. McRae, incumbent, for .

far as he has gone, ,having been ; statute fixing the time for registration -'i the position of commissioner of agri- ,
In letter to friend of
twice elected to the legislature. He i and the payment of poll taxes culture. a a ,
has been more successful in one respect -I for primary elections are similar to I this city, Mr. Appleyard says: "I

. than many famous statesmen in the statutes covering this subject for t shall prosecute a vigorous campaign

the fact that he has always polled general elections. throughout the state, visiting each

every vote in his home precinct. Mr "The legislature did not intend to county between now and the primaryin

e. Light would probably run a good require, ,and the statute should not order to meet with the people and
the issues of the
with them
race. He is well informed, honest as be construed, as requiring the pay- discuss
the day is long and as persistent as ment of poll taxes as a prerequisiteto campaign to the end that they may

a weasel. Lead, kindly Light; we're registration for primary elections judge my fitness and qualifications for f
,
with you.Henry. in this state." the high office to which I aspire." T. Evans the Jeweler

\ 0 I Mr. McPiae was nominated for the ,

1 position last time, but, for unknown
:M. Pindell, of Peoria, 111., an
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Byson and two reasons, failed to qualify by furnish.
editor and the
original Wilson man !n OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
boys, Vernon Dayton and Gilbert By- ing the required bond. Governor
Illinois, was rewarded by the president -
son, arrived in Orlando last night Trammell, however, appointed Mr. .
not only for his perspicacity anloyalty d
from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. They cane McRae to the position until a successor -
REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
but for his ability as well, by EXPERT
in their large touring car from Jack is elected by popular vote. Mr.
being appointed ambassador to Rus
sia. President sonville, and after spending a few McRae is, of course, a candidate.
Wilson has shown un
usual days in this section expect to go to Marion S. Knight, a wealthy farmer -
appreciation of the editors, and
, has St. Petersburg on a visit, returninglater of* Columbia county, may be in-
f appointed a larger number of
on to the City Beautiful. duced to enter the race.
newspaper men to important posts

., The than Sentinel any other suggests president that, prooabiy'I:= --- -, ---- u-i Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place


dent find diplomatic posts -
cal contemporaries. Editor Howardwas New Studebakers are Here '

one of the first if not the originals Sal of Laces

Wilson editor in Florida, and Editor Four Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar

Walton did conspicuous service for $1,115.Four yards of* Laces, Edgings and Insertions, Valenciennes, Torchons, etc,
the Wilson cause in Kentucky.A 5000
o Cylinder Landau-Roadster, 1265. et., et., worth up to 15c yard

few days ago in New York a man Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, While they last 2 yards for 5c
who
known
was as an economist and $1,640. .

expert self through in business the efficiency brain because shot him.his Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All 1500 yards Fancy Lawns, Plains' Fancies, Stripes, Spots, and Checks.. Regular -

own business had gone to rack and he Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and i2'/, 15 and zoc yardWhile

was unable to cope with adverse con- starter..-and every up-to-day equipment. Come they last 8e yard

ditions. The newspaper notices testi- around and see them. %

; fied that he had systematized __ __ ____ __ .
many Flaxons
big business which had 9/TAA yards Voiles, ,Chambrays, Poplins, Ripplettes, Crepes, in Spots, ..i
, concerns made '
: LJ\J\J. \ Stripes, Checks and plain colors. Regular values 250 to soc .
for their success, yet after he had accumulated
San
Juan Garage Co.
enough to establish a busi-
While they last 15c yard !
ness of his own he was unable to run

it profitably. There may have been All Night Service I.,

many reasons for his own business

.R failure aside from any personal fault, .A.EO: E. !:vES: i

but the natural inference is that the AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five

man who had the beautiful theory off per cent off for cash. S. Orange Avenue Orlandot
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BISHOP WORK MANN AT IS PLEASED TAMPA WITH LAST DAYS OF POMPEII fFAVORlirriEATRrS i ii Take the elevator to the second floor. +

WADE 1 Without doubt the most dramatic

THE TUNER event in the history of the world was I | B. E MILLER, Manager o
Episcopalians of this city had an
ORLANDO, FLA. the destruction of Pompeii in 79 A. D. i /
opportunity yesterday to hear the
by a terrific eruption of the volcanoof | Matinee 2 to 10 P.M. 5


The "Living Pictures"individuality.will be 27-21 a new Mann first cese bishop tour preach visited of of the when this the diocese.south city Bishop while Florida The Cameron on bishop dio-his vious Mt.the this Vesuvius.Bay delightful of Naples Fifteen city on was years the rudely shoreof pre. |i Admission Program 5 cents CDall Qoj I IDallDCDallDCDallDCDall j T Y w ll-nll tw i EL I


of distinct
show
shaken and partially destroyed by an
Kate Vanderpool, of Mait- preached yesterday morning at St. Bison two reel drama,
Miss and the inhabitants
earthquake were
land, was a visitor to the city yester- Andrews and in the afternoon at St. just recovering from the effects of it "The Struggle"Rex Orlando's Largest Store
( John's-by-the-Sea. At night he looked detective drama,
i and rebuilding their public buildingsand
into the condition of the Episcopalwork
day.Mr.
W. H. Wray, of St. Joseph, Mo., beautiful homes when the rage of "The Clew"Phillips Did
here the
ad- "Quality
among negroes, Smally and Lois Weber.
is among the recent arrivals at the Vesuvius was vented upon them. The
dressing a number of communicantsat
San Juan. their church. volcano for hours poured fourth volumes

of smoke, hot flames shot to REAL ESTATE MEN WILL MEET i
Cobb matron of the Ca- up
Mrs. R. P. The services at St. Andrew's and at I I :
thedral school, is spending several St. John's-by-the-Sea were both well the heavens and a steady downpour of WEDNESDAY NIGHT It"i

days in Tampa. attended, the audience enjoying fine clouds of hot dust, stone and lava 44+ " " " " " " " "
kept falling on the doomed city untilit
Mrs. A. H. Darrow arrived yester- discourses. The bishop dwelt at con- The real estate men did not meet

day from Chicago to visit her daughter siderable length upon the relationshipof was buried under twenty-eight feet last night, as had been announced,{' > :j
of cinders, stone and lava, and so
Mrs. W. L. Lewis. the church to civic affairs urginghis because of delay in the printing of:
obliterated that all
Mr. Wm. White arrived in Orlando hearers to strive always for high complettely tracesof the constitution and by-laws, which I

last night from Chicago and expectsto ideals and for the moral uplift of the ly its seventeen location centuries.even were lost Many for of near-the it was desired to have in the hands !I For Rent ;

spend some days in this section. community. inhabitants but of every member when the board met I|j \
escaped a larger
made Sheets Bishop Mann has become much im- per- to perfect the organization of the I
White Quilts, ready centage perished. The eruption was
and Pillow Cases, and Blankets, at pressed with south Florida during his Real Estate Exchange of Orlando. A
accompanied by frequent earthquakesand .',
BOARDMAN'S "STORE OF SATIS- short stay here. He is stopping at meeting will be held Wednesday even-
27-2t to add to the horrors a terrible
.FA TION. Orlando where he will make his per- to elect officers.
ing
Mr. James A. Greene, a successful manent home, directing the affairsof storm raged for hours. It happened Furnished house on Lake

horticulturist of Winter Haven, was the diocese from that city. He while most of the inhabitants were .

the visitors to Orlando yester- attending the games at the amphitheatre :Mr. Dow George arrived yesterday I
among spoke yesterday of the rapid March
develop- Lucerne 15th to November
and came upon them so suddenly afternoon from Minneapolis, Minn.I
ment of the state and of the excel-
day.Mr. they were almost paralyzed with fear. Mr. George is a professional golf I
W. R. O'Neal went to Kissimmee lent class of citizenship coming to the
last night, where he installed 'semi-tropical territory where natural The city was shrouded in darknessand player and will spend most of his I' 1st. .,

Arch even the sea had receded, so that time on the links at the Country Club.
chapter officers of the Royal conditions are so favorable for development I
thousands who sought escape by Some time during the week a professional 1i f
Masons. He was greatly pleased with I
means of it in their superstitious fear match will be played at the -
All the newest patterns in W ARNER'S Tampa and its churches and expressedthe s.JV A. 3
PROOF CORSETS returned to the city, only to be destroyed links by Mr. Dow George, his brother .
RUST I belief that in the near future
just received at BOARDMAN'S i by the foul poison and vaporsof :Mr. Otis George, of Kissimmee,I
will be
Tampa of the
one most
''STORE OF SATISFACTION" 27-2t and pro- the air and hundred other agentsof and :Mr. Davey Davidson, of Orlando.i,! t""I"'I"I" " ''tilllillllHMMQIMOiaOMit
gressive one of the most impor-
Messrs. Gaston Jacobs, Samuel death provoked by the eruption. Three professionals of such note
tant cities of the entire South. ," " " '
I iMMMIMMiilllMinimFresh
Long and Wm. Jacobs, representative The Lord Bulwer Lytton in his famous should play an interesting match.
bishop is being entertained I
citizens of Chuluota, paid Orlando a romantic novel, "The Last Days of -
while here at the residence of Mr. Vegetables
visit yesterday. Pompeii," immortalized the event, and
and Mrs. M. E. Gillett at 110 Crescent Maud Powell concert reservationsnow I j
state representaiveof using data obtained from scientific
H. G. Seagroatt,
Place. He will be heard at the Houseof on sale at Drennen-Lattner Co.
of Atlanta research and investigation, peopled it J
the United Paper company Prayer this afternoon and will 1-22-lw Received Every MorningWe
here in with his imagination. Mr.
is spending a few days leave tonight.-Tampa Times of Mon- George
the interest of his house. I Kleine with his photo dramatizationof *

The newest and prettiest patternsin day. Lord Lytton's novel will do even LUTHER THE FLORISTCut carry the greatest variety of any groj j

Cloths, and Silk more to recall it to modern amuse-
Eponges, Terry in the
Attorney C. B. Robinson left Sunday Flowers eery city.
Ratines just received at BOARDMAN'S ment lovers. His pictures of the
OF SATISFAC night for New York city, wherehe
"STORE
eruption give a most impressive and ROSES, VIOLETS,
TION." 27-2t was summoned on legal' business.Mr. Dog BiscuitsWill j
vivid idea of the awful magnitude of
Mr. Carlos C. Coyle, of Hudson-on- Robinson expects to return imme- CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
this world famed catastrophe. Mr.
the-Bay, is among the guests registering diately and will be in his office by
canine
Kleine's photo drama, "The Last Daysof POTTED PLANTS keep your healthy.
at Orlando's popular hotel, tie the last of the week.
Pompeii," will be presented at the
San Juan, for an indefinite sojourn.Mr. :Mrs. E. V. Miller and daughter, of
Grand theater for one day, beginning Fresh Cocoanuts Candy Figs
Jas. Talbot left yesterday for Ocean Grove, N. J., leased the bunga ,
27 at 2 and
Tuesday, January p. m. 0
his home in Nevada, :Mo., after a few low of Mr. J. F. Luther's, on Orange COAL CHARCOALWOOD
at 3:45 p. m., 5:25 p. m., 7 p. m., and
weeks' visit with his aunt, :Mrs. W., avenue, expecting to arrive the latter 5:45 Nut Meats
p. m.SUNDAY ]
1 H. Howard, on East Robinson. part of the week. The ladies are

When you need SHOES, don't for. sister and niece of Major Briggs, who AT THE BAPTIST

get that BOARDMAN sells them, and I usually spends his winters here. 'CHURCH Veneer Cores

that he has the best at the prices: Maud Powell, violinist, Lucerne Seasoned Heart Pine THE SANITARY GROCERY !
chareed. Absolutely ALL LEATHER Oak Wood
,SHOES, at BOARDMAN'S.: 27-21 t; theater,January 28. Auspices Methodist Sunday was another good day at

Mr. C. L. Rowland director of the Baraca class. Reservations be- the Baptist church. The Sunday All sizes and lengths CARUTHERS & GOREPhone i

Volusia county exhibit at the sub. gin January 23. One dollar. 1-15-llt school attendance was 258, and both Orlando W YardB.
( 6 & 8 E. Pine Street 1
tropical midwinter fair to be held ir; Mr. Chas. F. Young and Mr. R. C.I the preaching services were well attended 200
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Orlando February 1'--21, was in th Nelson, of Boston, are among the, the auditorium being crowdedat W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor .J .. ... ----- .
city yesterday.Eat guests who are stopping at the Ar each. Four accessions to the Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. ,

cade. Mr. Young is a newspaperman church were recorded. Dr. Poulson I Posts t CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. I
want. Fence
what you Turpentine Chips
tat all.. you want.L having seen service on the Bos- delivered two .strong and effective_ I 'et. f..e f.tI1.t" "' "lt'OI"ltt'I'IIIII *

Take a postscript and forget it. ton American, Newark Star, and otherof sermons, and the music was excel-I"

,For sale by all druggists. the larger publications. His fatheris lent. :....I "I.

1-7-d&w-lyr a newspaper proprietor at Wake- I !

Mr. and Mrs. E. Ware, Mrs. Cath- field, and it was here that :Mr. Young REV. AND MRS. REMSEX TO :I RECommencing ; VA L SALE

erine Simpson, Mrs. Fuller, and Miss secured his first training. He is now OCCUPY DEANERYRev. :

Fannie Fuller, all of Rockford, Ill., ;taking his annual vacation, and finds I Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,
here for the winter and are located I
are much of interest in Orlando.Mr. :
and Mrs. R. H. Remsen and at cut prices for CASH.
Underwear
Wool
Lucerne
at the Parry cottage on
Henry Nehrling, proprietor of: Mrs. Remsen's mother arrived yesterday :

Circle. the caladium gardens at Gotha, was I afternoon and will soon be $25.00 Overcoats $17.50

'General admission 75 cents. Maud in the city yesterday. He has just comfortably settled in the Episcopal $30.00 Suits $20.50 20.00 Overcoats 14.75

violin recital, Lucerne theater, he having been Suits 17.50
Towell, about completed his shipping season, deanery appointed by 25.00 18.00 Overcoats

January 28. Reserved seats one dol- and has had a successful one. He Bishop Mann as priest-in-charge of 22.50 Suits 15.75 13.50

1-15-1U St. Luke's Cathedral for the next six 16.50 Overcoats 12.00
lar. sells the bulbs to wholesale seed 20.00 Suits 14.75

1' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Baldwin and houses and supplies the public gar- months. They are cordially welcomed :

family, of Pittsburg, have arrived to dens at Philadelphia and other cities here, with the hope that they may SWEATERS HATS

spend the winter here and are locatedat with bulbs for the beautiful plants. soon feel at home. $3.00 Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats $3.50

310 Anderson street Mr. Baldwin He has over two thousand varieties Hats
Sweaters 4.00 2.75
is president of the Pittsburg Life &I and more than two hundred thousand Maud Powell concert reservationsnow 2.So 1.7)

Trust individual plants. He is constantly on sale at Drennen-Lattner Co. 2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 Hats 2.25
company.The
propagating and hybridizing and 1.22.1wOSTEOPATHY ISo Sweaters I10 2.50 Hats 1.75 ,y

"STORE for reliable OF goods SATISFACTION"stands at the same many of his plants bear the names of Remember we only handle the celebratedHartSchatlner & Marx line 01 Clothes '

prices you frequently pay for inferiorgoods. Orlando women. Mr. Nehrling is do- All Ien's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale
We know our prices are right, ing well his part to make the Orlando
and the goods must be right, or we section famous. .
will make them right F. N. BOARD- DR. J. C .HOWELL SCRUGGS&DICISON

MAN. 272tLadies' Eat what you want. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment

hair dressing, massage, Eat all you want. No extra charge for house treatment -
r home of Hart Schaftner & u1arx clothes .
Take a postscript and forget it. This store is the .
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shampoo, electric For sale by all durggists.
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Mr. Philip Menhl, of Seymour,I AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a price NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM for 11111 11111 11111 III IBIMMMMIMMIMIimiriilHIIH.
Miss., arrived in town last Thursday.He you can afford to pay to own it. rent; choice location; moderate price.
' S$100.00 I DON invested in some valuable property 311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf 202 East Robinson Ave. tf California

here last winter. front
WE OFFER THREE BUNGALOWS, FOR RENT-Large sunny 5
; AND $25.00 PER MONTH Messrs. Woode & Gove are settingout just completed; good location; easy room; convenient for light house-
a large orange and grapefruitgrove terms, long time; five per cent. inter- keeping. 217 Robinson Ave., east. BungalowsOn
BUYS A HOME. south of town.It est; sixteen hundred dollars each. l-24-3t -
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Curtis & O'Neal 1-24-tf
Call at my office for particulars. is with deep regret that the Bap- MISCELLANEOUS Good Size Lot with Driveway.Only
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tist church of Winter Garden receivedthe FOR SALE OR KENT With stock
******* resignation of their beloved pas- and tools, best farm in county; variety WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply '

We have some excellent investment tor, Dr. J. D. Blocker, professor of fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-i Orland hotel 1-6-tf Two Remain Unsold.
propositions listed this week. to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or-
the department of Biblical literatureat lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf YOUNG LADY desires position; gen-
Some will pay dividends in rent of Stetson university. Dr. Blocker eral office work; references. Ad- \ Price $2,700Real

18 per cent. We personally guar- found that his work in DeLand wouldno FOR SALE-Four-passenger Buick dress "M," Sentinel office. 1-13-lw
, '< antee them to do it. car, 1912 make. Has recently been
. Seven house and 1 longer permit continuance of his overhauled, fine running order. Go- AN AUTOMOBILE for sale cheap; Values, As Rapid Sales Plainly Show. Ask
room over acre
pastorate here.PINEAPPLE. ing away is reason for selling. Price or will trade for city lots, or prop-
in grove, six blocks from Orange $400. Address Owner, 511 E. Orange erty close in. Box 733, city. 1-22-3t Your Real Estate Man To Show Them To You To

avenue. Will cut up into seven lots. street, Lakeland, Fla. 1-22-6t
ORANGE? LOST-On Monday, on Pine street or day.
and and select neighborhood.
High dry -
Orange avenue, pair of nose glasses
Water, lights and seweragein FOR SALE attached to patent holder. Return to --4
street. Price only $3150. New. Do you know what that is? Not Five-room bungalow; three spacious this office for reward. 1-22-tf

Beautiful homes at sacrifice prices unless you have seen it in all its perfect piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod-

Ranging from $1500 to $6000. Closein I! beauty, so smooth, so waxy, such ern 1-15-lm improvements. 506 Lexington St. FOUND-A can have lady's same gold by calling watch.at Owner this- Fred B. Dale ,

and easy terms. !a.bright, beautiful, shiny red orange office and paying for this notice.
color, carrying with it when ripe such FOR EXCHANGE l-18-6t
I tantalizing, appetizing odor that its OWNER
Good house and lot in Topeka, Kas., IF YOUR STOVE is out of order, (
presence is known a city block away. for Orange county property. J. A. see Mr. Kearns, the expert stove
That's the kind of fruit you can Rowe, Room 11, McNeill & Davis bldg. repairer. Leave orders with Helms 306 Anderson StreetllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIMillllllllllllll
produce if you plant our Pedigreed I l-23-3t Hardware Co. 1-25-3t

Trees of this variety. We have selected *.

and improved the strain fifteen i "iMIMMtlttttlllllllllllilHHIHIIimillllMIMfSee _, _u_
years, and now every' tree we have I II I
of this variety is right and every bud 1


: : Hand Bldg., Church St. our direct Can groves.from you beat the best it? bearing Can you trees even in Corner !.. :. THE[ [ENTERPRISE[ [ MEAT[ MARKET[

WINTER GARDEN ITEMS
equal it? We rather guess not. Get ,

Winter Garden, Fla., Jan. .-The your order in. We can fill it for any I.!!: Lake and Anderson :. 21 East Pine Street f

town council passed on sidewalk spec- popular commercial variety you want, II .
ifications at the last meeting. The and from Pedigreed Trees. II I : ORLANDO, FLORIDA

i walks will be 5 feet 6 inches wide, in OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, = Streets :

resident sections, with 4-inch concrete Tangerine, Florida.

foundations, consisting of crushed I 1 JUST OPENED

flint, sand and cement. Work will
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> start as soon as contract is let on and Orange county, the Sentinel Everything new and complete. As sani-

two miles of this walk. all kindsof r be. Best tenderest and freshest
brings splendid success on tary as can .
The new city docks on Lake Apopkais SALE OR EXCHANGE WANT TO BUY an orange or grapefruit -
a place of special interest to sight- business. Desirable dwellings in Pittsburg, II grove. Address B. B., box Meats of all kinds.
]Pa.; good income values from $1,500up. 566. 1-27-2w
seers of Winter Garden, for they are Will for
1 exchange Orange county
Griffing trees give results. Office
located on a particularly pretty spot property, improved preferred. What WANTED-Man who understands Fish and Oysters in Season
1
opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales-
have to offer? Address, 305 East
where not only the expanse of water you orange culture would like to take
; shows to good advantage, but the man. 12-23-tf I Church l-21-6t-ltw street, Orlando, Fla. care of grove. Address J. E. Miller, Courteous attention; prompt service and
315 Piedmont avenue, Orlando, Fla.
': driveway to the shore from town 1-27-1w prices right. Give me a trial.
EVERY ONE SUFFERING WITH FOR SALE
proper shows on one side a restful
SEVERE COLDS Farm of twenty acres, ten acres
bit of natural forestry, and on the
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AGRICULTURAL
blasting, ,
ditching
I cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2
t other, a splendid view of the vast For the last week everybody in Orlando I miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake subsoiling, tree planting, stump
.1- gardens and lake groves for which seems to have a severe cold, anda Davis. Good wire fence on three blowing, orchard renovating; land J. A. COX, Proprietor
., the town is famous. real bad cold is about the most an- sides. Small new house and well. cleared ready for the plow. Dynamite!
have. It About 15,000 feet of timber. and supplies. Estimates cheerfully
noying thing a person can saw PHONE 105 i
;, S One of the largest and best constructed is said that colds are contagious, andit Land all dry and suitable. for truck- furnished. L N. Lewis, 406 East St.,
'' a of the boat houses on Lake I must be true, for when one personin ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm'
) Apopka will be that of the stock company ' a family catches a cold, the rest of work it and will sell at a bargain.
'f at the new city docks. It is rap- the family generally has one also. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
Lots of people in Orlando say De- l-12-lm-d&w ring 448 for the Arcade Press- '
idly nearing completion. Laney & Abernethy make a cold cure, ing Club. The boy will call. Club IIIOIII"IIIIIII'I"I'I'I'IIII"'III"'IIII( fi*
I. Mr. T. F. Mann has just completed' called D. C. Capsules, which only rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a specialty 1 I

his eight-room bungalow on Highland takes a few doses to break up the FOR REN1 1-10-lm : Real Estate Agents, Investors.and Homeseekers :
the street north most severe cold. 1-23-tf I
avenue, new running
and south from Main street nearly to -- --, EIGHT-ROOM furniShed house; gas WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb- : ATTENTION .:;
and cut hair to 305 Garland
t and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson ings
the lake shore. This handsome bungalow PEOPLE'S WMTS avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf street. We will make them as de- offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with ::
together with two recently sired, or purchase same for cash.
and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north. =
; completed by J. D. McMillan, adds LARGE COMFORTABLE ROOMS, Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm rose house -
greatly to the resident section west ---- furnished for light housekeeping. : Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also .
l, of town. MUNNIMAKERS Apply 315 W. Central Ave. 1-16-lw LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special :
Notices of Lost, Wanted, For Sale, For ," somewhere on the Orlando and bath facilities. Large, roomy basement I
H. C. McDaniel, of Orlando, has Rent etc. for thia column 25 c for one day FOR RENT-House, furnished complete streets Monday. If found, leave at the : heating room
hoc for three days or $LOO for one week for; for one or two couples; all wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or :
purchased the large on Sentinel office, and receive reward of :
t orange grove 25 words or less. Money must
accompanythe ; linen furnished clean and desir-
Mooney's Island near Winter Garden. advertisements far this column, as no ; new; $1.00. 1-1-tf furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
Phone 515.
able location.
insertions will be made on credit House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
The Winter Garden Orange Grove
FOR RENT-Furnished large room, NOTICE lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
closed deal with J. D. Mc-
company a FOR SALE in modern home; bath, hot and cold offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
t The books for the of I
Millan for one of their groves and water;telephone; dose in. 312 North registration
voters in Orange county will be Open to all. :.
forty acres of land south of town. Warman Sells' and Fixes Bicycles, Main street. 1-16-lw I
opened in my office at the CourtHouse
I The directors of the Bank of Winter on Court street. 125tfFOR ; FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY ::
Garden held their regular meeting to persons wishing suburban and will be kept open six days in 1 .
Monday. The bank suspended busi- SALE-Bargains in improved accommodations; also 2 acres good each week, until the first Monday in 307 West St., North,0rlando ::
that day in honor of Gen. Lee's$ and unimproved lands. See S. S. truck land, close in. Good opportunity March, 1914. II.
ness
'I Bowman, owner, East Taft, Fla. for right person. Address "A," W. L. DOLIVE, I.
birthday. w-lm Sentinel 9-8tf 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. 41,11"11",1.1.,1.1..1..1.. .


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store is not a small Furniture Store; our ; ..


business at our big store Cor. Main and Pine Sts., "' .


and the store at Daytona and New Smyrna gives .


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w with any store or combination of stores. We :


cut the price the day we opened for business; ....


have always cut the price and always will Remember I

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no store has a lower price than Kincaid. I



. & Snowden, our policy is cut price, but not cut quality. 'i




Kincaid & Sncrwcien :.

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FURNITURE, STOVES, RUGS, Etc. 1

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Opening of the Regular Theatrical Season ;
ORLANDO'S BEST PHOTO PLAY HOUSE

\ I MATINEE AND NIGHT-TUESDAY. JAN. 27 ,
Program for the week of Jan. 26th. Thursday : "

"Mighty Atom" (American ,
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VIRGINIA BROOKS GREAT PLAY "Peggy's Invitation" (Thanhouser S ::

"LITTLE LOST SISTER" "God of Tomorrow" (Majestic).


Friday

; J | Same complete cast and production that is playing Wednesday Afternoon "The Open! Door" (Broncho). 2 reels
"First Prize at the Cabaret" Reliance .
ti tthe\ principal cities of the South. Booked by Klaw "Where the Road Forks" (Amer.-Drama. 2 reels. ( ) ., ",I ta

\ & Erlanger New York's leading theatrical producers Saturday "

L "Rogue's Gallery" (Keystone-Comedy.
"Personal Magnetism" (American).
"The Filly" (Domino). 2 reels.
Prices; $1.50, 750., 50C .

Special Matinee Prices $r oo, 7c.., 5oc.
Continuous Show from 2 to 6 p. m.
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NEWS NOTES. of the Taft drug store. Miss El- sticks of dynamite and about $200 ..iMMMMMMMMMMMMHMMMMMMMMIMMMt' lison having gone to the farm with worth of postage stamps. Upon an

Taft, Jan. 2tC. E. Swope,' of her parents. examination being made of his bodyit
Friday evening an meetingwas was also discovered that he carried
business visitor open
I Kissimmee was a
held at the school house by the scars from two other bullet wounds,
here
Friday. W. M. SLEMONSNew %
G. A. R. and W. R. C. The even- one on his back and one on his side,
Frank R. Bowersox, of Oak Harbor -
ing was spent in songs, recitations, which he had probably received in a
the fruitgrowers'
Ohio, a delegate to
readings, music and remarks by com- former combat. The fact that he had
convention at Jacksonville,
rades. These open meetings will in his possession such a large numberof
old friends here
Saturday.
called
on
be held once a month.S. postage stamps, it is believed that
He was accompanied by George Ed- Goods
Vaughn and grand niece, :Miss he is the man who robbed the post- Arriving DailyWe
.gerton,of Rochester, N. Y., and Joe
Vivian Martin, were Kissimmee callers office at Lawtey a few nights ago S
Hungerman, of Pittsburg, Pa., also
Saturday.Mrs. when the contents of the safe had I Iy
attending the convention. They Ii
J. D. Miller was an Orlando been removed after being blown Ii i
registered at the Nelson House.J. i
caller Wednesday.Mrs. open.
D. Miller was an Orlando busi- .
: E. Hansen and M. P.Han-
ness caller Friday.Ed. sen, of Lynn Haven, :Mass, are visiting WEST VIRGINIA REAL ESTATE
Sphaler, of Orlando, called on friends here for a few days. COMPANYWe sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. ,

, \. iriends here Sunday.. are located in the McNeill and made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore, "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .
Mrs. Ara Payne visited friends in It is believed that the "hobo" who Davis building, corner Orange avenue
and church street, Room No. 9. We Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towels.
few days this week.
Tampa a Lane of
was killed by Special Agent cordially invite you to visit our office.If .
:Mrs. Bertsch, George K. Thomas: the S aboard Air Line, at Wildwood, you have anything to sell or want Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Cla in & Co.
C. H. Nelson and Mr. Vaughn were Thursday morning, and which "hobo" to buy anything, we will be glad to I
in Orlando Tuesday. killed Special Agent Lane before he I help you, if we can. Our office dooris & Co. Best place in the city to trade. i
open. Come in and make yourselfat
Misses Frances Dennis and Myr- succumbed, is the party who blew the home. West Virginia Real EstateCo.
tle Raup, ,were in Orlando Monday.J. safe in the Lawtey postoffice last D. H. Poling and Edmund Hugill,
S. Barklow was an Orlando bus- week. In its account of the horrible of West Virginia. 1-25-lt .
iness caller Tuesday.H. double tragedy the Ocala Banner .
W. T. ENTRICAN, W. M. SLEMONS
McWhirter, of Orlando, madea .says: "The stranger was a young .
Taft about twenty-five Offers to Orlando the newest and best
business trip to Monday.Mr. man apparently or
and Mrs. A. L Wright, of Or-I thirty years of age. There was found of decorating workmanship trade.in Phone the painting 636. and ORANGE AVENUE ,

lando, were here a few days this on his person a revolver, one chamber 1-21-lm
week looking after business. ''of which had been discharged, a flash-

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; We are showing, over it, wants to buy several tracts .


200 of lands for spot cash, but only

such lands with commercial

all wool samples at value should be offered.


S $18.00 a Suit And also offer several of the :

I choicest lots and private resi-

made to your individual measurement dences in Orlando at unusual


t and guarantee a fit or \ low prices, also a palatial gentle

. nosale Come in and ask me man's country home with an

: about it. orange grove and 285 acres of


I will, will show you the very best citrus and truck

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mane argument for the Sabbath," Dr.

1 iTHE'SlATEBANROrORIMDff Wray declared. "There are other ar z--=

guments."There is the religious argument, =- Tn e ll>>eep R(f)f.\ Natfl'mW] I2cikCondensed .::: ==


I ' ill dealing with the divine origin and
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sanction of the Sabbath. Because God =
= Statement as rendered to
rested and hallowed it, we are bound -: Comptroller of the Currency --
I to rest and hallow it Because Christ January 13, 1914 \ _
: proclaimed it 'for men,' all men to the

: end of time, men, are bound to use it ResourcesLoans
I in His worship and service. -
and Discounts ____ ;
: "Then there is the natural argument : $193,075.19
LONG ESTABLISHED : If God created the Sabbath = Bonds __________________ 98,390.61 0

SAfE.CONSERVAnVE.ACCOMMODATINGComplete : day, it must be in accord with the rest Banking House, Safety De- =
of His creations. To take from man posit Vaults and Fixtures 30,436.52
Cash and Due from --
: the day God gave him to rest, disarranges _
; ProtectionAt : the divine plan, and the trespasser j=== Banks _______________ 122,709.73 ====

: must inevitably suffer in body, $444,612.05
mind and spirit. The French revolution -

Moderate Cost : with its tenth day of rest, was Liabilities ; ,'
short lived destructive, damning. )
Capital _________________$ 50,000.00 :-
That's what it means to havea "There is an economic argument.The that Sab-. = Surplus _________________ 10,000.00 ===- .
best authorities agree ==::-:
_= Undivided Profits ________ 2,700.76 -
Safe Deposit Box in our Fire bath desecration exerts ultimately a Circulation ______________ 21,000.00 _
influence on society. It is
malignant Bills Payable ____________ 45,000.00 --3
and Proof Vault. We classed with other so-
Burglar very properly Deposits ________________ 315,911.29'
cial curses and pests. Workingmen r
have Safe Deposit Boxes for rent have at last found this out for themselves $444,612.05Growth S -

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day of rest.
Our
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$1.00 and up per year "The financial argument reaches

some men who care but little for the Deposits
moral or religious side of the ques- .
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Capital 50000000. Surplus tion. It can be demonstrated as a November 26, 1912 $ 74,849.92 '

i and profits $40,000.00. business fact that it pays to keep one : February 4, 1913 '; 128,884.60

day in seven, pays the nation, pays : April 4, 1913. 157,684.98
the corporation, pays the family, pays
June 9 1913. 185,875.96 =
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the individual. Macaulay said: 'Eng-
THE STATE BANKOFORLANDO land owes her wealth to her observance August 9, 1913. 213,061.50

of the Sabbath.. October 21, 1913. 255,752.86
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"There is also an argument that we
call historical. The Sabbath keeping January 13, 191h $315,911.29

nations control the thought of the

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SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK I CIVIC LEAGUE REVIEWS WORK God is the Lord. God Himself hon- I Pp i il'HI' I nI I I I I! i p i i'lil id III, WI I h 91 a pl lu l'' 41 I I

FILLED WITH MANY EVENTSThe OF THE PAST MONTH ors such a people."

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coming week will be a gay one The regular monthly meeting of the ALLIANCE VOTES AGAINST SUNDAY "
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in social circles, for there is not a 'Civic League was held yesterday SALES *

day that does not bring a card party, ,afternoon in the studio of Mr. Carr, Orlando, Fla., Jan. 26, 1914.
reception, club meeting, or other en- and although the attendance was not Editor Morning Sentinel: OLIVE
tertainment. This afternoon the So. as large as usual, matters of impor- Allow me to say that at the regu-
rosis club will hold an open session, tance were discussed. lar service at the Christian and Mis- OILOLIVE

and talks will be given by Mrs. Thayer Various reports were heard, that sionary Alliance Hall a unanimousvote
and Mrs. Dudley. Mrs. Robt. Howe from the Tea Room committee being was taken asking' that a Chris- OIL
will entertain the Bow Knot club, and especially gratifying. Mrs. Cornish, tian Sabbath may be maintained in

the Junior Matrons will have their the matron in charge, has given Orlando. .
WM. L. CORYELL, For For For
fortnightly bridge contest. i greatest satisfaction in every respect,
Tomorrow afternoon Mrs. Drew and under her management the Tea Chairman Board of Trustees.
will entertain in honor of the Misses Room has steadily prospered. "Remember the Sabbath."
SAlADS COOKING MEDICINAL USE
Southgate, and tomorrow evening Many compliments were paid to
Maude Powell, the celebrated violin Mrs. C. G. Wescott upon the improved INVITING AN EVIL ELEMENT ,
ist, will be heard at the Lucerne.On appearance of the federal lot. A few Editor Sentinel-I was glad to
Thursday the Rosalind club months ago this ground presented a know that our city fathers have in THE PURE IMPORTED OIL

rooms will be open, and the hospitality most forlorn aspect-even the thick mind the widening of the parkwaysand .
committee, of which Mrs. J. N. growth of weeds failing to conceal the cutting down the width of 3LISTE1T !
:- McElroy is chairman, will be hostess pieces of brick and rubbish. The driveways to 24 feet on all except the
t for a card party. Thursday night Civic League took the matter in hand, business streets. I think this is a
f Mr. and Mrs. Chas. G. Wescott will and Mrs. Wescott, chairman of the move in the right direction. Housewives, above, be particular where you buy your olive oil, your

'f receive in their beautiful home on Lucerne league's park committee, made plans But I am very sorry that they spices, your extracts. In making up your grocery order, Ring No. 2, our deliv

i Circle, and Unity Circle will which, put into execution, have con. should attempt to override the wishesof ery bo yis at your service.
i entertain in the Tea Room. verted the unsightly lot into a pretty a large majority of the citizens of:
Friday the Junior Civic League will park. Roses and poinsettias were our beautiful city, and the laws of OLIVE OIL Pint 50c
J. meet, and in the evening the first annual planted and the latter has blossomed the state, as well as the higher laws
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i meeting of the Orlando Peace freely during the past few months. of God, by an attempt (for it certainly Qt. $1.00

Society will be held in the Presbyte- The sod around the flower beds has can only be an attempt) to "Gal. 3.50 H
rian lecture room. been planted in grass, and the whole throw down all the restraints of ,
The Saturday Afternoon Auction kept in excellent order. Mrs. Wes-I trade on the first day of the week, and . I
-"' Bridge club will be entertained by cott and her committee, who workedso thus invite a vicious element to our

t' Miss Romaine Clark, and Mrs. Walter untiringly to bring about the fair city. For it seems to me a slan- DeLANEY & ABERNETHY
Brittain will be hostess for a joint change, are to be congratulated upon der on our tourist friends to claim
: meeting of the Nullos club and the the success of their undertaking.The that they desire a wide-open Sunday.
11 r Royal Auction club. Junior Civic League is holding Respectfully yours, ORLANDO, DRUGGISTS FLORIDA

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; MR. AND MRS. SHINE ENTERTAIN Senior League of their intention of -
FOR :MRS. WOODRUFF holding a bazaar. FROM A TOURIST I ==== .
Y Perhaps the most interesting topic Orlando, Fla., Jan. 26, 1914. -Clcn
Friday's Miami Metropolis says: discussed yesterday was the "Better Editor Morning SentineJ: r
: Complimentary to their guests, Babies Contest," to be held during the I have been appealed to by peoplein ,
Mrs. Seth Woodruff of Orlando and fair. Mrs. Gaston H. Edwards is Orlando to write "a few words for

; Mrs. Henry Hoffman of New York chairman of the committee in chargeof your paper on the tourists' view of

city, a dance was given last night by I the contest, which is the first of its the opening of certain places on the .
... Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alexander I kind to be held in the city. Several Sabbath. Last year was our first visitto IN EVERY ONE
Shine at the Country Club which! prizes have been offered, and the out- Florida and we visited nearly all

proved to be one of the prettiest affairs come will be watched with much en- the leading places in the state and the of purchases from us will
held there this season. thusiasm. thing that impressed us most was the o your you oIi
Pink roses were used to decoratethe churches filled with people on the
rooms and these with the hand MENDELSSOHN CLUB HEARDAT Lord's day and such able preachers of find originality NOTHING over
somely paneled walls and the palms PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH the Gospel to feed them with the
and ferns made an effective combi- Bread of Life, but of all the placeswe done, but harmony and good taste

nation. An immense crowd gathered at the visited Orlando appealed to us the:
The guests were received by Mr. Presbyterian church Sunday eveningto strongest as the best place to live in.I .I Ill combined. Come and see.

and,Mrs. Shine, Mrs. Woodruff, Mrs. hear the Mendelssohn club of: have talked with a great many tour-
Hoffman, Mrs. Louise Boyd Law, and eighty voices in song service. The ists from nearly all the states in th o 0
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic H. Rand, Jr. soloists were Misses Susie Magruderand Union and I have yet to find one who '
Mrs. Shine was gowned in old rose Mary Gilchrist, Mrs. W. L. is not perfectly satisfied with the

: charmeuse with lace and chiffon. Palmer, Mr. Curry and Mr. Carr. way the Sabbath is kept in Orlando. AIM & CO Jewelers f
Mrs. Woodruff wore white lace with Miss Roberta L Branch was at the MRS. C. B. LAMSON,

pearl trimmings. Mrs. Law's costume organ. The ensemble singing of the Brattleboro, Vermont. ,
was white charmeuse trimmed club was well timed and blended and
with Nell rose chiffon. Mrs. Hoffmanwas showed the result of careful RECITAL AT ST. JOSEPH'S
training, Guaranteed. Reliable
handsome in white duchess lace and the solo work was exceptionally; ACADEMY n Everything Repairing nlI
1 over charmeuse and Mrs. Rand's dress good, the selections
was of yellow brocade with brilliantsand I for each voice to giving demonstrate opportunity its- The St. Cecilia's music class of St. =r -{===[ IClCI 1

lace. Joseph's academy will entertain their .
particular strength and adaptability r
During the evening supper was Miss Branch again demonstrated her parents and many friends with a delightful tions Appeared last evening at the Cort theater with every prospect of Ladies' hair dressing, massage,

served in the dining room at small skill as a performer on the pipe or- program on Friday night, the opera house, with Miss Alexander, I tits I run continuing for at least a shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
tables decorated. 30th inst., at 8 o'clock, in the convent 'I
prettily gan. who is a harpist of much ability. The twelve months period longer. Shop. 1-2-tf
The ball floor in hall. The pupils wish to show those
room was good program given was excellent, and was The company which will be seen -
condition and this pleasure was en- The regular Mendelssohn rehearsalwilt interested,in their welfare the prog- received with much appreciation. here is as nearly the equal of the Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
joyed until a late hour. ress they are daily making in this, it make Court street. ;
be held tonight at 8 o'clock at original cast as possible to on 12-6-tf .-
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the world's most inspiring
'I the Rest and Tea Room. "PEG 0' MY HEART" it. Mr. Morosco himself came on
MID-TERM: "EXAMS" ON AT CATHEDRAL are cordially invited.BROOMELALEXANDER. from California to put the finishing W. T. ENTBIGAN, s

SCHOOLThe The Bumble Bee Girls will buzz Local play goers have been looking touches to the rehearsals and to sat. -
students of the Cathedral] CONCERT himself that the performance was Painter and interior decorator. New _
again in new dances and of the de isfy
striking the presentation
costumes -I WAS WELL RECEIVEDMiss forward to ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. j
school are not as smiling as usual, at the "Living Pictures," Lu- lightful J. Hartley, Manners comedy, as perfect as that given by the Newt Expert workmen employed.

for the midterm examinations were cerne theater, February 3rd. The Jeannette Broomell, who ha:I which Laurette Taylor has made a t York cast.I 1-21-1m
begun yesterday, and will continue managers guarantee you won't be several times delighted Orlando audi. perpetual success in New York, and I At the Lucerne theater, Wednes -
through the'week. stung. at the day, February 4th. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel
; ences with her charming impersona.. which is now in its second year .y

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