Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00315
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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 28, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00315
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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


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ASSISTANCE I FROM JAPANESE Senator Fletcher I Introduces Two Railroad Commission Will Put New WHO

I AND fl Amendments Two Important for Surveys Projects of Order Public Into Effect Good for WRECKED T THE f f FRISCO I L SYSTEM i iI

4 fAIR D DECORATOR[ Will ARRIVE E IN I IO Washington, Jan. 27.- Senator The railroad -commission' has issuedan I I i I -

WILSON FAVORS SELLING Fletcher today introduced in the senate order to the railroads to cause MIXED TRAIN SERVICE[ [ DOS[ I PROSECUTION iALtiED OF

'.f ARMS TO REBELS AS ORLANDO O MONDAY two amendments of Florida's in- hem to pay overcharges without the BY HIGH OFFICIAL OF
AN OFFSET terest, which he proposed shall be incorporated necessity of a claim being made for THE GOVERNMENT

in this river and harbor same.
Business Men Will Be Urged to Have bill. One amendment provides for a This, in effect, was a statement Testimony Given Before the I

Expert Do Decorating for survey of the St. Johns river for a made to a representative of the Sentinel Commission Is All Againstthe I

SUBJECT J[ T OF f CONFERENCE[ f P PUBLIC Fair Week waterway connecting the Kissimmee, yesterday by Commissioner Royal Railroad I BOND 1 ISSUE TO BE[ INVESTIGATED[ [

I river in Florida. C. Dunn, who thinks that the new! -
The official decorator for the South The other proposed amendment pro- order will be of great relief to the : After the hearing given by

' BELIEVED THAT JAPS ARE ATTEMPTING Florida Midwinter exposition, Mr. W. vides for a survey of the Wacissa consignees, many of whom are never railroad commission at. the I INTERSTATE COMMERCE: COMMISSION -

TO SECURE NAVAL I W. Stoddard, will arrive in Orlando, river from its source, to and throughthe conscious that they have been overcharged house yesterday morning as to : :
Monday of the next week to lay his I lower mouth of the canal O': Au- by the railroads. In nearly character of the service given '

't BASE IN MAGDALENA BAY plans for the decoration of the fair cilla river, thence to the gulf, in the all the big wholesale establishments Wildwood division of the FURNISH INFORMATIONTO

FROM MEXICO buildings. It is planned that :Mr. I I state of Florida, including an estimate a rate clerk figures up the freight Air Line it seems likely that PROCEED UPON

1 Sentinel Stoddard shall also do the street dec-!! of the cost of a dam across charges and knows before the freightis commission will order the mixed

Special to the for this occasion, and with Wacissa river where it leaves Special to the Sentinel.
The veil of orating I I the paid whether the firm has been vice discontinued; that freight
Jan. 27.
it Washington, Washington, Jan. .-Criminal pro-
that in view Mr. C. K. Pomeroy will lower end of Goose pasture to throw overcharged, and generally collects shall carry the freight and passe
which the president attempted -
, mystery by ceedings may be started against the
discussed call on the business men today to secure I water into Aucilla river, also of the overcharge on the spot by refus- trains the passengers.A .
J' to hide the subjects men who wrecked the Frisco systemif
the White House their co-operation in making the :|; damming the small channels at Birdi ing to pay it, but with the great armyof full commission; heard the
:Monday night at the fact that the mails were used
relations decorations uniform and attractive. t, Island, the purpose being to form one retail merchants it is different. plaints of the patrons.
.J conference with the foreign I for fraudulent purposes can be es-
thet :Mr. Stoddard, is in Tampa at present: channel of a continuous depth of fourfeet. They pay the freight without ques- Hudson Burr and
: lifted today and .
j. committee, was tablished. This suggestion was made
following vital facts concerning foreign doing the decorations for the Gas- I tion, or if they happen to doubt thatit BUtch came in the previous night today by high officials in the depart-
parilla festival. He comes from Philadelphia I is not have
right they no way of Commissioner Dunn arrived )
' relations disclosed:
were ment of justice.
4'.t. First, the president has learned and has an unlimited stockof I: [ESTIMATED THAT MORETIIAN[T HAlf being certain of it. morning. President J. N. While the department has no mate
decorative materials which he pur- Under the order of the commission, of the' Orlando Board of Trade,
t' that the Huerta government being rial in its possession upon which to
poses to use lavishly to make an im- Mr. Dunn says, the railroad agent is Messrs. L C. W. T.
with arms and ammunitionby base such investigation the Inter- :
pressive display. Not the least of the required to refund to every consigneeany and S. A. Johnson testified as
the Japanese government. state Commerce Commission will be
advantages in having the work done overcharge that has occurred during conditions behalf of the
:4% Second, these arms are sold at nominal on asked to report particularly concern-
i\ figures, and it is feared that Japan -' by :Mr. Stoddard is the fact that he Four Million Boxes of Fruit Have the previous month. Once a body, and the Apopka board of ing the last issue of $3,000,000. The
furnishes the materials, puts up the Left Florida During the month the station accounts are aud- was represented by Messrs.
;j J may demand and the Huerta government department officials believe that this
decorations and takes them down, and Present Season ited and it is then that overchargesand Davis, D. W. Clark and F. S.
concession for a Japanese
grant will develop grounds upon which suit
in the business man has no trouble withit undercharges are discovered. Mr. by, and Mr. J. G.
naval base in Magdalena bay i may be instituted.
: whatever. Dunn says it has been a custom with Plymouth, also entered
:_ full payment for the war materials Yesterday saw the citrus fruit Should letters come to light showing -
:Mr. Stoddard visited Orlando a few the railroads to collect undercharges, All agreed that the
;L furnished. shipments from the state pass the passenger that the directors of the railroad
days ago, and suggested that an arch but it is not on record that they re- vice was unsatisfactory, and Mr.
:f Third, President Wilson told 13,000 mark for this season, the total system were borrowing money when i
i1 members of the committee that he believed be built on Church street near the I fund overcharges.Mr. went so far as to say that it knew the road was the
\ number of 13,003 cars of citrus fruits they on vergeof
Line station be used for ad-
: Coast to Dunn said that both Chairman be far better if no
{{ "immediate action" should be 1 having been shipped out of the state passenger bankruptcy the department will
before and
} vertising duringthe j Burr and Commissioner Blitch
purposes wouldbe
.: taken to permit the rebels to obtain I were attempted to render at with the criminal
1.'; |since September 15, says the Tampa proceed once
fair. If desired ha would build candidates
to succeed themselves.Two service
as was given.
arms in this country. Senators would Times of Tuesday.At prosecution.
Y the arch so that it might stand as a
are to be elected complaint from Plymouth of a
not be surprised if proclamation issued boxes the the
"' 307 to car, figureset
o, permanent advertisement, to be read this year. He had not heard of any running by a signal to stop was '.

1 Fourth tomorrow., congress is to be informedof by people passing on the trains., This 921 last boxes year of,fruit this have means left that the 3,991-state. positive opposition to them, though heard and taken under C CHILD S SHOOTS ij MAN WH ASSAUlTS -

idea has been suggested many timesin there are rumors of several possible the commission.
the president's desire for the rd- the and it be adoptedon i Today's shipments will easily put the
past, may : candidates. While the commissioners HIS FATHER
peal of the canal toll exemption for figures over the 4,000,000 box mark.
this occasion for an actual trial.
decision in the it is
American coastwise ships. This will I As it has been estimated that thisyear's no cases

probably be done in an official mes :Mr.his Pomeroy day's work reported yseterday at the that closeof all : crop will not be in excess of HEARINGS[ ON TRUST BillS TOBEGIN issued gether to likely rectify that the an troubles order \\ Quarrel of Children at Ocala Leadsto f

sage. business men in Orlando whom he 7,000,000 boxes if it reaches that fig- Serious Trouble and Wounded
plained of.SPIRITS .
Fifth, the Democratic members of had interviewed, and he had missed ure, it may easily be seen that more [ THURSDAY Man May Die
the foreign relations committee to- than half the the
of state has
but few had to take in crop
agreed part
day began the difficult task of over- the trades display to be made the first been moved. Prices have been good -' SPEAK TO BECKER[ Ocala, Jan. 27. "I put the gun as

turning the previous sentiment of that day of the fair. Mr. Pomeroy will to- and the outlook is that the citrus Commissioner of Corporations andI. close to him as I could and shot be- '

body for toll exemption expressed day call on Principal W. S. Colemanof crop of 1913 and 1914 will be the C. First Commissioners Witnesses to Be SING SING DEATH HOUSESuperstition E cause he was beating my daddy."

through a four to one vote. the public schools to secure a float banner crop of the state from the I With these-words little Ervin Miller -

Sixth, the fight for the repeal of representative of Education, and he!{i standpoint of prices received, though Special to the SentinelWashington ten years old, today explained

the toll provision of the canal act and will also solicit the Civic League and)I jit will hardly equal the crop of last Jan. 27.The Demo- of Condemned il'I why he shot and probably fatally

ratification of .t general arbitration other societies and fraternal orders to I year in| size. However, with the new cratic fight in congress opened today Is That Condemned wounded R. H. Hales, who lies desperately -
c treaties is to be conducted concurrently groves I that are continually coming Action of Courts wounded at the Marion
rf, have individual floats in the parade. I over the proposed trust legislationwith County
l in the senate. This feature promises to be exceed- into bearing there is every indica- the announcement by the house hospital. "

ingly attractive, and the readiness tion that the next season's crop will judiciary committee that it would New York, Jan. 27.- Some days ago, two boys, children

t= N f NDRICKS; APPOltmII BOND TRUST[[ with which the business men have far surpass every other crop in the open public hearings Thursday for their guards Louie at Sing Sing" respectively of Rube Redding, a farmer -
"Lefty" Rosenberg
history of the state. who lives the and Thomas
encouraged it is taken as a good sign witnesses. near city, -
i BY COMMISSIONERS Lewis, "Gyp the Blood" and
that it will be in all particulars successfuL Chairman Adamson of the inter- Miller, who keeps a store on South
Frank, the four
state and foreign commerce commit. gunmen Magnolia street, had a boyish diffi-
The city commissioners at their ses- THAW STARTS PAlM BEACH[ H with former Police Lieut.;
tee, announced that Friday would begin culty. The fathers of the two boys
sion yesterday received the report Becker of the murder of

the judges of the election held Sat- U CENSE[ E TO USE E IMHOF fF f SYSTEM IS GUSTS[ BYQUICK ARRIVAL tion.the Its hearing star! witnesses on the trust are legisla to b-: Rosenthal, have broken down dren naturally, and took bitter sides feeling with resulted.their chil-

; urday for the choice of a successoron # the strain of waiting for the
MAD[ ENTRY[ ON MINUTES Commissioner of Corporation Davies Yesterday afternoon Redding and .
the board of city bond trustees to in their appeal, which they expect ;
and the members of the interstate his brother-in-law, Redding carrying
succeed Mr. E. F. Sperry, resigned.The Not Harry-But William-When He be delivered within a few days.
An envy was made on the official commission. a Winchester rifle and a revolver,.and
judges of the election, E. II Alighted All of a Sudden From Whenever the door of the
minutes of the city commissioners. Hales carrying a revolver, came to
Westover, F. X; Schuller and L J. His Flying Machine house opens they spring up from
yesterday to the effect that the city i town and went to Miller's store. They
Dollins, and Carl Jansen, clerk, cer- i ADDITION TO BE[ MADE[ TO WATKINS cots, expecting a man has come
of Orlando had secured license to use entered and opened a heated controversy -
tified that J. T. Hendricks had re- the Imhoff system of sewage disposal.The .i Palm Beach Fla., Jan. 27.Wil BLOCK 10 COST $$11,600 ij the announcement. with Miller, and soon came to <
ceived 84 votes, Chauncey Holt 69,, city had to pay the sum of $485 liam Thaw, of Pittsburg, has launched they throw themselves back and Mows.
and that four ballots had been cast at the Becker,
for the privilege of putting in the: himself into the air or water ferry The city commissioners yesterday guard. Miller's son, ten years old, named
out as illegal. Because of some doubt Imhoff septic tanks. This sum repre-!I business here, his first attempt at granted a building permit to Hanner bearing up well under the Ervin, seeing his father grapplingwith ,:
to whether the successor to Mr. said.
as sents the amount which goes to the' annexing dollars by real toil. He and Bros. for the construction of an ad- was two men, took a pistol out of a '

Sperry should be elected or appointed patentee, Dr. Karl Imhoff, of Essen,!I t S. MacGordon, who own a Curtiss dition to the Watkins block on Or- There is a superstition among drawer under a counter, shoved the :

the commissioners passed a resolution Germany, in the way of royalty for 1 flying boat, reached Palm Beach in it ange avenue to be one story, 11 feet Sing prisoners that some muzzle almost against Hales and
formally appointing Mr. Hendricks to influence tells the fate of
Tuesday night, making a real grandstand wall 12 inches with every the Hales
the use of the system which he in- high, metal win- pulled trigger. was down
be bond trustee to fill Mr. Sperry'sunexpired in the death house before the
vented. arrival. The whirr of their en- dow frames and Carey's roofing, alsoan and out in an instant, the bullet sinking .
term. This resolution mere- gine was the first announcement most addition to a store on Pine streetto lof appeals has passed on his near his stomach and going in
ly made the selection of Mr. Hen- Becker's case the "message" is
of the here had of their
PLATS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO people com- be 30x41, one story, 12 inch brick
_, drieks doubly certain. I ing. They slid down out of the he will get a new trial deep.Waldo
CITY COMMISSIONCity sky wall, the approximate cost to be Martin, a cousin of John W.

Attorney L C. Massey was II from an altitude of a thousand feet $11,600. Martin of Jacksonville, and a very

SCRUGGS & DICKSON MOVE INTO directed by the city commissioners :!: in spirals that landed them nicely WAS HELD UP THREE :\ powerful man, rushed in at this instant -
yesterday to draft an ordinance requiring without a splash on the quiet watersof VANDERBILT YACHT PROBABLY caught'the rifle which Reddingwas

Scruggs & Dickson, the men's furnishers -I all plats offered for record at', Lake Worth in front of the Royal LOST OFF COLOMBIA: COAST Chicago, Jan. 27.-Detectives trying to use, and held the fren-

moved last night into these I the county clerk's office to be submit Poinciana hotel, where they will spend New Orleans, Jan. .-The yacht searching for three highwaymen zied men apart until more help could

: new quarters in the Dickson, Ives & I ted first to the city commission for I the winter. Mr. Thaw announced that Warrior with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. held up William Benn three tim come. E. P. Martin, a young insur-

4 Co.'s budding near the corner of Orange approval.\ This is a move made by i i,he would engage in the business of Vanderbilt and a party of friends in- a half hour last night Benn ance man, grabbed the Miller boy justin

and Central avenues. The I Street Commissioner Johnson whichis I j I sky-water piloting and would take any cluding the Duke and Duchess of his way home when three time to keep him from sending another -

building, which is being remodeled for: in line with an idea suggested by I visitor here as high as he wanted to Manchester, went aground off the men robbed him of $100 and a bullet, which would probably

,', the new firm, has not been completed I City Clerk Boone to the old council, go for a fee of $25. coast of Colombia this afternoon, according watch. I have put Redding on the floor along- ;

by a good deal, but the quarters for i but no action was ever taken until I I The flying machine has two sixty- to a wireless received here: The victim reported the hold side of his brother-in-law.

this portion of the new department: yesterday. For purposes of assessing five horse power engines and will tonight. The party was later trans- a police station, and started I Hales was carried to the hospitaland

store presented an attractive appear- i taxes and keeping street lines from make seventy-five miles an hour in a ferred to, a United Fruit Co.'s steamer. again. He had gone only a few the physicians examined his

ance with its new fixtures, which are I becoming confused. this is claimed to calm. Almost record speed was main- The yacht is probably lost. when two more highwaymen held : wound. The bullet from a 38 Smith

{ about the handsomest ever brought to: be a much desired reform. tai...J on the initial trip here from up and took a $25 stickpin & Wesson had struck near his stom-

Orlando. i iI I Stuart, forty-five miles north, where VICTIM OF THE MOVIES others had missed. ach, and it was impossible to decide ;:

1 GIRL KILLED WHEN AUTOMOBILE the machine was assembled. Mr Xarobi, British East Africa, Jan.' Benn started for the the exact direction it took. <

; EXCHANGE SEATS SELL AT I CRASHES INTO TREE Thaw used a stop watch, getting the .-An encounter with a Eon caused street police station to report The boy who did the shooting is at

$;);),000' I Baltimore, Jan. 27.-Miss Grace B. exact time of 31 minutes 20 4-5 sec- I the death here today of Fritz Schin- second robbery, when a lone his home, being too young to be ar

r New York, Jan. 27.-A. membership: Swank, 28 years old, of this city, was I onds for the forty-five miles. He I dler, a member of an American moving wayman put a revolver under rested.

on the stock exchange was sold today instantly killed and five other per- maintained an altitude of 1,000 feet ''I picture expedition, engaged in nose. The sixth bandit was

for $55,000, an advance of $5,000 over I sons were severely hurt when a large throughout the flight. I taking pictures of wild animals in warded. THE WEATHER

the price at which three seats sold I touring car in which they were .riding their natural surroundings. Schin-

3 last week. This is an advance of; I got beyond the control of the Do not miss getting a copy of that dlerj with others of the expedition, Polk county melon men will Florida: Fair Wednesday. Thurs- '

about $18,000 over the price reached driver and crashed into a tree early new popular music at Curtis &, was attempting to photograph a lion the largest acreage in the day, fair east and south, unsettled i

1- during the depression of last year. O'Neal's, next postoffice. when the beast sprang on him. that county this spring, it is northwest.J ...;

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i wants to Tommie secure is an homesick.education and He OcLiawalia Nursery Service' miDay :

writes from the Carlisle Indian school
3 in Pennsylvania that he is learningfast
but has come to the conclusion MONTGOMERY MOTION Grand Theatre"Day
that it would be best not to be educated
at this time, and wishes to return Has always been accepted in Orange County as the ..

to the Florida Everglades and best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand

r" his Tony own B.people.M. Tommie was sent from no oneever will*because our trees are the best By Day," an Essany Western Drama

Miami to the Carlisle Indian school and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
by the state a,few months ago, but "The Man of Him," Lubin Drama
he is suffering from a terrible at.. Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who-

tack of homesickness, and despite efforts ever heard of an ignored claim? "A Daughter of the Wilderness"All
of people interested in his case
if' he has about resolved to come back. We offer you first choice from the largest stockin

r} Mrs. Julia Hanson of' Fort Myers the world for this season's planting and your suc- first run in Orlando and
r. wrote him in an effort to get him to ,
change his mind, but Tommie. has a cess with our stock is already assured when your

: mind of his own, writing Mrs. Han- grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- Licensed Pictures

son as follows: sonal inspection ol your land when requested on r
"Carlisle, Pa., Jan. 7, 1914. My any
t dear friend: I got it your letter 2 planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto TODAY
j' days ago I never write to you a long planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best MISS RUTH PEARL TODAY

Well time yes and I I stay write Carlisle to you Indian this school days. :: of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. 5 and 10 Cents Dainty Singer of Sweet Songs 5 and( 10 Cents

now mebee I go back home next Sat-I
ourday I think too much sick up here : REAL MUSICThe
now before I come here I get sick : ADDRESS
all the time I don't like it. I go :
r back home pretty soon I think when : best shown in
program ever Orlando
)':..- I get home I write to you again some, or any
times I don't go back home and I I I OCKL4AIIA NURSERIES
EJ write to you again Will when I go : other city for ten cents

f back home and I go to school all the I:
$ time I think I like it go to school .
,: pretty well and I learn easy to I like : Dept. 23, Tangerine, Fla.fiilMMMIMIiMllimitltllMMIIIMIMIIM. Continuous Performance from 3:30 to 10

it learn all everythings next summer "!
3 I think I get education pretty soon
I think I won't it education this Children 5c PRIMS[ TODAY
4 get 11111 1I11 I 1111 I 1111 I 1111 I 1111 I 1111 I 1111 I 1111 I till III I Adults lOcnmilHMMItMMIIIiimmiillllfllMM
time I don't get education this time
and I get education next time I think. i

Will when I get home and I write to FOR SALE HIM Mil Itii iltMflK* .>! . . .. . . ... ". . . . .. millMMIMHtl ll" f,+44l
: you all the time if,you get my letter
II and you write to me. I did know you
wy and I never see you before I thin, New Two-Story Modern For Economy and purchase -

you send me your picture you and
I House block from W RIG H.T' power of your money
your husband to. Will I tell you one EALTY&SEBDCO P J
mebee I start go back home next ESTATE "Try Wright FarmTbai's
I Saturday I think will when I get home Lucerne Circle.
I let you know will you must write i Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
': to me no more when you get my let- Orlando. Florida
ter and you write to me not this let bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
Helen Wright Owner
ter, other one. Will good by friend. Quality.Fresh .
friend B. M. Tommie Fort
your Tony ,
r Lauderdale, Florida.-Miami Me- 113 AMERICA STREET Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

[1 tropolis. ti IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII cents; Sweet Milk,. 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

dozen; Butter :Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
WHY MEN REFUSE JOBS I dency to do only one thing. It is an .WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents pint.

i: One explanation of thousands of .outgrowth of our labor system which Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
men being out of work in Chicago is particular tasks and Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
I]puts men (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with orJer.e .
{ given by Harry M. Hedges, head of j holds them there, creating a sort of I Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
the department of physiology in the I J industrial aristocracy; at least destroying :-
Crane technical high school, who let the democracy of labor.So .
I his beard grow, put on an old suit of
clothes and investigated. far as can be learned the' re- FIRE INSURANCE
b Hedges, posing as a man out of a ]port that the government is going to
job and willing to work at anything accept the fact that a man who owns
got employment in four places within :an automobile and is still able to V .
iN three hours at wages ranging from 1 keep his bills paid is prima facie evidence Success .1 1ILflo
,'e $12 to $25 a week. The same jobs that his income is above $5,000 .r : ClTYAtlD ,

4 were refused by a number of other 'a year, can not be confirmed. COUNTRY
men for several reasons. They either -
did not like the place in which they Good for the express companies arrived load REALE5ThUQRj, JAHSEM
Just car ,
would have to work or the character ,which now begin to advertise in the
of the employment did not suit them. newspapers and show some enter. FORDS for immediate ; i IMPROVED Umnpmwd ANCJ POTARY

The mere opportunity to work and :price! Formerly the profanity of : ORLANDO )uoiic
earn a living did not appeal to them. :their patrons gave them all the advertising delivery. FLORIDA. ,
Unless they could have the kind of they wanted.If .
I I work they wanted they preferred to Get yours now.
board at the soup houses. The scrip- there is one thing more despicable ,
Office in Rock N.ORANGE AVE. San III elElectrically
Building Juan (
tural injunction to "do whatever your than another it is the trait some
F. G. RUSH, !
hands find to do" had no weight with people have of prying into affairs I
them. that do not concern them. As a gen- Phone 226
Of course such finicky people are eral rule those who nose around in
not in the majority. Most men out other people's business have no busi-
of work and hard up will take any ness of their own to attend to, and
kind of honest employment they can not brains enough to attend to it if J r i I i

2: T get, and yet there is a growing ten- they had. EquippedTwo.Sitty
;; I ?

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arrival of a complete line of hotel and 0

n : restaurant China, and a full line of 4-. A A

kitchen utensils. Standard Model
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60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian
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Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
If you are in need of anything in All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
and pure. head light, electric tail light two sets high amperage storage bat
f this line call us up or come to see us.Orlando's teries, electric signal, Corbin- Brown rear-drive speedometer. 4 .
We invite Inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Too cannot fully realize the 1914 Jndian without a thorough study of the 1914
everything in the Meat Line. Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor.
t cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
Catalog-the mOlt interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read.

1 The PARLOR MARKET The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of:

T Yowe11-Buckortli1 4 H.P. Single Service Model.............................$200.00
7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five, Regular Model......... 225.00
7 H.P. Twin Two.Sixty, Standard Model................ 260.00
H. M. Self & CoePINE 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00 *
t 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 275.00
Largest Store STREET 1 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model ........ 300.00 t
7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electrio Starter) 325.00

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1 To The the the president Daughters Florida-Division general of the,:Confederacyof Mrs. Daisy ORLANDO O BANK. a TRUST COMPANY f i i j\t M a Sacrifice rrice. '1

Stevens, requests that I notify the >
division that the next 1
general conven. Orlando, Florida.Condition .
tion of the United Daughters of the
Confederacy will assemble in Savan-: at the close of business'December 31, 1913 0 :
nah, Ga., on the second Wednesday in: *
November, Savannah Chapter No. 2 RESOURCESLoans

being the hostess. and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10 Several choice Jots for immediate sale. Located just j

This is good news to Floridians, Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved -
who will doubtless invade Georgia in I Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33 i
1 full force on that occasion. -i Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57. with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest :
Your state president wishes to call ./ Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87 locations in Orlando. a
your attention to two changes madein 't ;
the regulations of the prize essay $656,382.24
contest on the Private Soldiers of LIABILITIES The Price is Right .
the Confederate States which II
army Capital Stock . . . II . . . . . . :. . . . . $100,000.00 )
have been made in to numerous -
response Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
First, will be .
requests. essay Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38 aI j jI
received until February 10th by the

state contest.tions president previously, underthe published: same for condi-this $656,382.24 I Orlallifo ll R l B i t Co.Phone .I.If

Second, essay will remain the prop- Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68
erty of the writers. The copies sent Deposits on.Dec 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 f
in of the three which may receive the 504 a
; Watkins Block 1
prizes will remain in the collectionof Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The ai
the historical papers belonging to officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust 1WEMAKEITOURBUSINESS i
the Florida Division United Daugh- Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and 111'11'111"1'1"1'11"1"1'1'1"1111'1'1'1" t
ters of the Confederacy, to be pub. .i friends! and the citizens of Orlando to the atfjve statement. :ts
lished with them at discretion of thosein The of the
management Bank feels that this showing reflects
charge; but the writers of these the conservative and J
t sane progressive methods employed in
essays may use them otherwise alsoif this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and .
they wish. Essays not receiving strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful To supply particular Stationery, Office
prizes will be returned on request, if statements to its patrons. I

conditions accompanied remain by postage.unchanged.All other M. M. SMITH, PresidentW. Supplies and Blank Books for particular pe
SISTER ESTHER CARLOTTA, M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier pie.
S. R., President Florida Divis-
ion United Daughters of the IIMIIIMMIliiiiiiiimiMK I We try to please even the most fastidious -
Confederacy.THE 11 mi miff**** .
: and will welcome enquiries about the

Read by the best people of Orlandoand I HtllllllllliMimillMIMilMIMIIIIIMIMHH"
JOKE MARRIAGE. I special goods you have not been
Orange county, the Sentinel : I able to procure .-
brings splendid success on all kinds : Just Received : elsewhere.
'News columns tell us of a couple of business. I r

who participated in a "joke wedding"and :, Our staple line comprises enough to fill

now find themselves legally and Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Another Shipment ofREZNORHEQIERS : all ordinary demands.
securely married. ,
Florida's best fruit trees, easily I
There is an easy way out. Idiots reached from all parts of Orange, : Our prices will bring future
and lunatics are forbidden to marry. Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Volusia I
Any full-grown man or woman counties by auto over hard surfaced : W. S. BRANCH
who would consent to a "joke redding" roads, most convenient for all planters [ [ [ I ;_
is in position to plead non and most reliable in Florida. : The
Arcade Book and Music Store
mentis.-Los Tribune
compos Angeles -
Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. II II
Write for catalog.
FOR SALE This is the fourth order this I I .

Conway Thirty-five, 25 acres acres,of fronting fruit land on ,Lake and winter and they are selling fastso II

tIV o oImported It ten acres of garden land, one hun- Just Received _

house dred bearing and barn.orange Price $2,500.trees, small place your order now while .9.

Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres
in grove, four hundred bearing trees, they last and be prepared for the New line of Foulards Crepes
and two hundred young budded grape- ,
( ) fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit
next cold spell $4.50 56,50.
F now on trees. Price $3,200. and other Spring materials.
0 Eighty acres, twenty-five acres
cleared and fenced, house and out-
R buildings. Price $1,500.
Twenty acres on lake front, well
S located, three hundred bearing orange MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
trees. Price $2,200.
A Twenty acres good fruit land on ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT III !
L lake front, two acres bearing orange .
:' A grove, good six room house. Price
'"'- D 1000. Agents for
>. S Twenty-five acres bearing orange Gas Department [/ Barclay Corsets
{ -. grove located on lake front within the
: city limits. Ideal location for subdi- -I M McCall's Patterns
\ :..- 'c vision. Price $10,500.J. Olle III'Dloe +OllaOCICIIJla t'IOIII'lltl'
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-, 0 E. CRAWFORDOffice
:' over Blue Drug Store
q r,' Late grapefruit for April to July Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of FIor-
111 S. Orange Avenue jj If you want to sell anything, remember -
: Phone 404 market assured the planter of Bo- ida's best fruit trees, easily reached the .Sentinel want columns. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
1 IMEDICINAL went, Florida Standard and :Marsh from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi.j AND DO ALL KINDS OF
N Seedless varieties. Sold reasonable nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by I Everybody reads it.
G I Dr. BucKmaster prices for Al stock at Ocklawaha auto over hard surfaced roads, most f L OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.

Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Write for convenient for all planters and most! ;
catalog. reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nur- ell"'llle' celllll'I'

USE[ tom'Osteopathic Physician series, Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat- j WM. HARPER I

Warman Repairs and Retires Baby alog. DRS'1JOSEPHINE( HARPER I
132 Orange Avenue Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf

t Pints ........... 50c. door W. T. ENTRICAN, OSTEOPATHSOldcstEstablished
x; Quarts .......... $1.00 Next to People's Bank, NOTICE Practice In < > L H. RAMSDELL ;.
Gallon ........... $3.50. up-stairs. Acute and chron I hereby give notice that after Jan- Makes, specialty of painting, paper- Orlando OPTOMETRIST
ing refinishing floors, furniture, etc. ,19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs
ic diseases treated.Telephone uary 9th I will not be responsible for Phone 636.
DELANEY & ABERNETIIY, any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. 1-21-lm Consu tationand Examination I (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking)

Druggists, Orlando 578. Helen l-l1-tf Gwynne WYNDOM P. GWYNNE. Job printing at the Sentinel i.! 11111."I'I'III..tDI.Free ... '.I ORLANDO, . FLORIDA


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f THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE HELD Re-engagements are a mark of ap- Take your repairing to Warman on For Sale Tn Acre

; South Florida SentinelMORNING MONTHLY MEETINGThe preciation. Maud Powell again, Jan- Court street 12-5-tf ,,
( W. S. Branch)
AND WEEKLY It is said that Guy Empie nearly Baptist Young People's Union uary 28. Auspices Methodist Baraca Grove Paying Big

: JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. had an attack of nervous prostrationthe held its monthly meeting last night class. 1-15-llt Subscribe for the Sentinel
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando, FlorIda other day, when an important and heard encouraging reports from Profits.Located .
a* Second Class Mail Matter. looking individual walked into the I the various departments of the work.

TO ADVERTISERS: Western Union office and planked, The meeting was wety attended, and HttllMtlfltltttHMIHHMMIIIItilttimtlllllMtLatest East of Town near city
down a quarter and the following telegram the listened
people to lecture
Copy for d&plty and all other handset young a limits on a beautiful lake. .500 full
adTcrtiiinf mast be handed in at the business and told Guy to send it to by'the pastor, Rev. Dr. Edw. T.
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
the day before publication. 'This rule appliesto Jacksonville: Poulson, on "Magnifying the Churchof bearing orange trees, 150 to two year
changes for contract advertising; it is "Administrator-general's counter Christ. This
of seriesof
was one a old budded grape fruit trees Crop
invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
revolutionary intercommunications lectures which is being deliveredby
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: uncircumstantiated. Quartermaster- Dr. Poulson before the union, and Patterns Colors this year: 1600 boxes that sold for
One Year ............ .. .......$5.00 general's disproportionableness char was given thoughtful attention. The and in one dollar per box. Prospects for
Six Months ................... 2.50 acteristically contradistinguished union is in
Three :Months ................. L25 constitutionalists' incomprehensibilities. un-- and as an aid a to prosperous the work will condition today, Ginghams and PercalesSee 3000 boxes this year... Has been

In Advance. ." begin the publication of a monthly the new line ot fertilized twice this year and is in

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1914. periodical. :Mr. A. P. Swaidmark is perfect condition. If sold in ten
Some one quoted Lincoln's famous editor-in-chief; Miss Harriet thorn- Ladies' Muslin Underwear
days price is $6500.Cooper .
It is nearly time to decorate. saying, "You can't fool all the peopleall ton, assistant editor; :Miss Claudia
o the time," to a trust magnate, DeLaney, social editor; Miss Ida Jan-
Ocala has had more than her shareof who is said to have replied, "We do sen, reporter, and :Mr. T. M. Cop- McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT & Atha
tragedies during the past few not need to. There is plenty of profitin pedge, business manager.
months. fooling half of them half of the
o time." DEATH OF MRS. E. S. HARROLD STORE Exclusive Agents
;' Tampa has discovered dynamitersin 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. ,
The Tampa Tribune thinks it is Word received here ,.
its midst; short shrift should be was yesterday
provided for all such undesirables. "unfortunate" that Orlando takes the morning that Mrs. Harrold had died 128 S. Orange Ave.IIIIIIHIMMMMMIMIIIIiMIIMIMIIMMimill.
o position it does in reference to keep-, suddenly at the home of her son, J. G. FloridaHMItittlitlMMimttM
i Don't say there's nothing in a name ing the places of business closed on Harrold, in Gainesville. Mrs. Harroldwas
-Speaker Clark has asked Frank Sunday. It depends entirely upon in her eightieth year and while
Clark of Florida to preside over the one's viewpoint To usit, seems ex- seemingly in good health and spirits .
., house for three days in succession.The ceedingly "unfortunate" that for a had not been as will as usual for some !
distinction is one which the Flor few thousands of dollars a year, the time but her sudden death was a i
ida Clark cherishes highly. .city of Tampa will license men to sell great shock to her many friends here. f- S. ! : Supreme Auto Oil I \
o intoxicating liquor to their fellow Mrs. Harrold leaves three sons, J. HillMUMMfllMIIIIIMIIilllMIIIIMMIIMIIIM i
Cot Goethals is to be governor of men, and accept in return a long and G. Harrold of Gainesville, J. A. Har-
r the canal -zone and resign after he constantly growing list of murders by rold of this city, E. S. Harrold of A. Y.'FULLER R. L. FOX : The oil that has
gets things to running smoothly to night and by day, criminal assaults, Waynesville, N. C., and one daughter, y
become police commissioner of New strikes, destitution among the poorer Mrs. W. W. Long of this city. stood the supreme
York. If he waits to get things run- classes, fatherless homes and motherless Deceased had resided in Sanford for test
ning smoothly in New York before he children, and a big pay roll of many years and had endeared herselfto
resigns he will die on the job. policemen and peace officers, not to all who knew her. MOTOR CARS
o mention the charity and benevolences None ever entered her home without :THAT: .- ::__
The Florida Metropolis has made a made necessary also. And every a warm welcome nor left without For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a ,
ten strike in securing the personal thinking man in Tampa knows posi- feeling the warmth of a genuine hos
full stock of and accessories. Have forceof
' services of Hugh S. Fullerton as its tively that at least 90 per cent. of this pitality, so characteristic of the pea supplies a good Good Gulf Gasoline
sporting editor. Well! How did it crime and trouble is traceable, not Indirectly ple of her ancestry. Disease did not competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
happen? but directly to the liquor destroy the charm of a kind, indul-
i o traffic.; gent disposition, nor old age diminishher guaranteed. .
The editor of the Ocala Star made * unselfish solicitude for her friends
Harry Floyd unhappy because he at- The advertisements of the seeds. and loved ones. Adhering to the faith ,
tempted to make fun of Harry. Let men, who offer "the very earliest" va- of her fathers she united with the P. WALTON
other editors beware. Harry is a rieties of vegetable seeds, read like a I Presbyterian_ church in early life and THE PALMS AUTO CO Agt.
genius; he is sensitive and doesn't joke to Orlando people who can buy i' loved to attend its services when i

like to be made fun of. He has a absolutely fresh vegetables at their health permitted. While she has con- FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.fltlllMMIHiilMMmtllllHIMMMOIIMMIIIIiMf. PHONES 450269tMIMilMliMHIIMmi
mind like the sensitized plate of a kitchen door every single day in the tinued to enjoy the' society of her I
panoramic camera or a phonograph year except Sundays. Our late vege- friends and children, she has for sev. (I
record. He doesn't thinkthought is tables last until December 31st, and .eral' years realized that her active
a process-Harry speaks or :writes the; early varieties begin on January life was over and with resignation
spontaneously. If Harry didn't treat 1st. awaited the divine call from death
his race for the senate as a joke oth- unto life.-Sanford Herald of Tues-

ers would not, for his is a giant intellect MAUD POWELL IN RECITAL AT day.Dr.
, indeed, and Florida would do well THE LUCERNE TONIGHT J. F. McKinnon of Orlando \
n r to honor him, let others say what they was called to Sanford to conduct the
will Maud Powell's fame is based on the funeral service and was assisted by '
v A same sort of testimony that Kreisler'sis the pastor of the Sanford church, Rev.E. L / -'., >,
There is nothing original now in or Ysaye's. If we have never heard D. Brownlee. Mrs. Harrold was
the suggestion of a post card day, her we have heard enough about her conscious of her condition for some
but it is one of those ideas which are to justify a big attendance when she time before her death and made the .

adopted and serve a good purpose appears here and to have perfect confidence request that Dr. McKinnon conductthe Man is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry. '
while the originator of the plan is un- in the bigness of her genius. funeral.
known or forgotten. Tampa has used Genius, by the way, is a big wordto The majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule
1 the post card day from time to time employ in connection with the art PRESBYTERIAN LADIES HOLD
t not as expensive jewelry as ladies, but of necessity he has '
with good results, and there is no of any woman. It just fits Madam
. reason'why Orlando shouldn't do like-: Powell. It is in unison with her remarkable to wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring,
wise. The fair which is to be held in art It is a "prime" in the Some sixty ladies of the Presbyterian -
Orlando this year is to be a big event expression of her gifts. To say that church held their monthly sit- cuff links, vest chain and numerous:other articles are all

Four counties are to be represented, she plays as well as a man would be round yesterday. They took their to be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men's
and many thousands of people will to flatter all the men in the world. fancy work to the Sunday school roomtivith
that she them, and at noon a delicious jewelry. Quality the best. Stocks the largest.T.I1.vans .
A visit this city to see the exhibits and To say plays like an inspired ',. .
the races. The Sentinel suggests a oman would be to suggest a restriction luncheon was served.OFFICIAL .
.& post card day to advertise the fair. of feeling and fire and strength, -,. y
'i It will cost no individual, more thana which the facts would not justify.She HANDSHAKER
< a few cents, and any man in the town plays like an artist, whose nat- A Missouri church has an official .
ought to have enough pride in his ural endowments have been carefully handshaker whose duty is to shake
being to send a few cards to friends cultivated. She fingers and bows as hands with as many people as possi-
; urging them to come and see the fair. well as thinks. What she feels she ble as they enter the church. Some
We are willing to guarantee that the interprets out of the messages of the persons derive great satisfaction from
fair directors will furnish the post masters whose works she compre- shaking hands with the preacher every .. \
1 cards free of cost hends. time they go to divine services I
o The personality of this woman and and they may be as well pleased if
The senatorial contest in Alabama her violin are on such fine, good terms able to grasp the hand of an official 1
1 between Representatives Hobson and with each other that the usual ques- "shaker." A perfunctory shake of
tions I the hand does not mean much, but if the JewelerOPPOSITE
Underwood is growing warmer, andas of mastery or lack of it never
j it proceeds there is the inevitable come to mind. Madam Powell is a it adds to the peace and pleasure of
ringing in of mailers that have no consummate artist and a musical live any church goer who is not getting it ,
wire charged with npw, let -him move to Missouri and
direct bearing on the local involved tremendously high
be shown how the hand- POSTOFFICE
voltage. special
between the two. It is allegedby
the Montgomery Journal that Un Lucerne tonight, under auspices of shaker does his work.

, derwood's campaign in Florida was the Methodist Baraca class. Reserved EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGOrlando's
managed by the leader of the whiskey seats at Drennen-Lattner Co.'s. BOUQUET FOR BISHOP MANN
forces, and the Tampa Times is willing Bishop Mann made a fine impres-
t to admit that this is true, but Maud Powell concert reservationsnow sion in Tampa. He is an able preacher -
says the prohibition issue was not on sale at Drennen-Lattner Co. and a fine gentleman.-Tampa Tri-
1-22-1w bune. ......
raised in Underwood's Florida cam-
paign. The fact that the same cam- - ----
paign manager was employed to con Favorite Shopping Place
duct the Underwood campaign who
was employed to conduct the cam- New Studebakers are HereFour .

paign against the state wide prohibi Sale of Laces
tion amendment was simply because Cylinder, Five Passenger Touring

. of the fact that the person engagedis Car $1,115.Four C yards of Laces, Edgings and Insertions, Valenciennes, Torchons, etc.,
known to be the best campaign 3UUU
; manager in Florida, and is known Cylinder Landau-Roadster, 1265.. J et., et., worth up to 150 yard

managed never to have Frank lost Clark's a campaign.first cam-He 1640.Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, While they last 2 yards for 5c '

paign, and won he managed Senator
Fletcher's first campaign, and won; Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All yards Fancy Lawns, Plains, Fancies, Stripes, Spots, and Checks. Regu-
1DUU '
he managed the campaign againstthe Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and lar I2#, 15 and 200 yardWhile

prohibition amendment, and won, starter...and every up-to-day equipment. Come they last 8e yard r
55 and he managed the Underwood campaign ground and see them.

' campaign and won.to If anybody it is else has O/tflft yards Voiles, Chambrays, Poplins, Ripplettes, Crepes, Flaxons, in Spots,
manage .
it be turned over to the man who LJJStripes, Checks ,and plain colors. Regular values 250 to Soc
San Juan Co.
has an unbroken record of winning.lIe Garage
While they last 15c yard I
has made a study of politics, and '
is possessed of the information neces- All Night ServiceAJAX I }
to in
sary success a political canvass.
The Underwood managers selected .A.EJO E. :CvES
him for the work in Florida becauseof TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles Five .

prohibition his knowledge question and was equipment not raised The per cent off for cash, S. Orange Avenue, Orlando

and had no part in the campaign

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have done the same thing many times.If .

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Mr. and Mrs. T. L Davis arrived METHODIST MULTITUDES, oDG) W aDO> dDQti aD ? and Childrens' Clothing and Furnishings, Millinery.

WADE yesterday from Weeping Water, Neb., AT GRAND LAST SUNDAY ( FAVORITE THEATRE !I i''

to spend part of their winter here.
THE TUNER In the opinion of some of the lay- I BYE MILLER, Manager a Third Floor
K. Rose, T. G. White, Ed. Anderson
men one of the biggest crowds that 'I
and C. *
Barney arrived yesterday ever assembled at a regular preach. o Matinee 2 to 10 P.M. G
from New York and Furniture Rugs, House Furnishings Hard
1 ,
1 istered at the Orland. reg. ing service in Orlando was at the ID i Admission 5 cents I{

Grand Sunday morinng to hear Bro. China and Glassware BricaBracVillow
F. H. Andrews arrived yesterday Messrs. L. C. Chambers and A. C. IDGllDGDGllDODGllDGDGllDGDGllDGai ware, -
Wray on the "Sabbath Question, and
from Philadelphia.The eidler, of Brooksville Program!
Ind., were at the close of the sermon, in responseto ware, Etc.Two .
"Living Pictures" will be a among the arrivals in Orlando 3Reels3A
yes- his proposition, "Who will back
distinctividuality. 28-2t terday. They riproaring comedy,
show of were shown over the
up Starbuck in his fight for the Chris-
city by their old friend "The Goose" (Victor) Electric Elevators. Come in and
Have you seen the pink posters, Mr. C. W. tian Sabbath?" the vast host sprangto
all about the Living Pictures? Rose. A drama of heart interest,
telling their feet almost to a man. At

It The "Living Pictures" will be given night, notwithstanding Prof. Dabney "The God of Friendship" see Orlando's Largest Store

and Samuel Kling- at the Lucerne theater sister Another screaming comedy,
G. R. Batcheller February3rd Carr's sacred concert at a

ensmith have arrived from Warren, for the benefit of the Daughtersof church, one of the most brilliant and "Sally Scraggs, Housemaid"Coming

Ohio. the American Revolution. Seatson remarkable concerts ever given in Orlando Soon! .
Senator and Mrs. C. A. Carson, of sale Saturday, 'at Estes' drug there was another great congregation -i :"IVANHOE"In ..11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 "III ill 11111 11111 11111 II.
f store. i 4 great parts. From the book "
Kissimmee, spent the afternoon in Orlando It at the Grand to hear "ser-
Sir Walter Scott, the great
yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Pinkey Roberts and mon No. 18" of the "ole Georgia by 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111..1111 ;
y in
Scotch writer. 2,000 people
rools interesting little daughter, Frances Cracker's" popular series of simple
A bargain in toilet paper-5 Ivanhoe
cast. King Baggot as
Louise, arrived last .night from Gospel "heart-to-heart talks" sermonsto
for 25 cents, while it lasts. Curtis & Pitts- Leah Baird as Rebecca. $100,000 I
O'Neal next postoffice. burg, Pa., and will spend some time young people on "Wedding Bells." For Rent
production-watch for dates!
with Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Thornton at Next Sunday morning his subjectwill ,

Somebody through mistake placeda their pretty home, 209 East Jackson be "Another Ringing Question,"

ladies' coat in Dr. Lott's automo- street. and at night "sermon No. 19," entitled Mr. S. H. Kilgore left yesterdayfor
bile and can recover by calling at his
Hon. Seth Woodruff of Orlando was "A Lost Bridegroom." Bro. Wray Inverness, where he goes to at-

office. in the city yesterday and says he thanks God for the magnificent tend a session of the circuit courtas I
stated that
L and White Pillow Quilts Cases, ready, and made Blankets Sheets, at the Midwinter Fair association expected moral support given him by his a witness in the Hough murder I: Furnished house on Lake

BOARDMAN'S "STORE OF SA TIS- to make Wednesday the Seminole immense congregation last Sunday trial

FACTION. 27-2t county day at the fair and that morning. Maud Powell concert reservations I II I Lucerne March'15th to No-
Hein of Orlan- Sanford Co. : ,
Mr. Edward H. one should prepare for the big now on sale at Drennen-Lattner

do's boosters, arrived yesterday from time on that 'date.-Sanford Herald. Mr. E. E. Thatcher, of Chicago, ill 1-22-lw I

Middleton, Ohio, and will spend some The demonstration car of the Intermittent at the San Juan. FOUND-Pair of heavy gold rim I : vember 1st. -'.

time in this section looking after his Vacuum Pre-cooling Corporation Mr. W. I. Stineman, of South Forks, spectacles on Lake Eola. Ownercan I

property.All of New York city, will beat Pa., arrived in Orlando last evening. have same by calling at this office '

the newest patterns in WAR the A. C. L. siding, by A. J. Nye's Mr. Gordon Williams, of North Car- identifying same and paying 1-28-tf for I s.N .AY
NER'S RUST BOARDMAN'S packing house, Wednesday and Thursday olina, is in Orlando today on business.
just received at
"STORE OF SATISFACTION" 27-2t of this. week, and any growers or Mrs. Catherine Walsh ,of Johns- FOR RENT-Large sunny front I
limmtttMI llimilllMK
The Methodist Baraca orchestrawill shippers interested will be welcome to town, Pa., is a 1 late arrival at the San room; convenient for light house-i

give several selections at the come and inspect this plant while Juan. keeping. 217 Robinson Ave., east. [ illHilllHilillllMHiiltltlttHlllllltliMlllillliFresh '
here. I l-28-3t
Maud Powell recital tonight. Come Mr. Theo. W. McClure, of Omaha '

.early and have an extra treat. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brewer, Miss I is among the late arrivals at the San DOG FOR SALE-If the gentleman i:I Vegetables 7I

The newest and prettiest patternsin Edith Brewer and their guest, :Miss Juan. that wanted to buy a good dog will I
Cloths and Silk Lucile Spalding in call at :Mr. Holland's carriage shop,
Eponges, Terry were Orlando yesterday -
Mr. M. B. Fuller, of Atlanta, is in Received
I work.1283t Every Morning
Ratines just received at BOARD- The Brewers have a beauti- he can see the dog
Orlando today looking after business
winter home T
at Winter Park. Theyare affairs.
from Cortlandt, N. Y. THE FLORISTCut We the variety of
Mr. LUTHER greatest grocery
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Cornell, Mr. and Mr. Herbert S. Kent, of Cincinnati, carry any

:Mrs. Wm. Wilson, and Mrs. I. K. Brewer the Cortlandt is chairman of the board of is looking after business matters in Flowers I in the city.
Carriage Goods company -
Chamberlain have arrived from Dar- Orlando today.

lington, Wis., and expect to spend a ROSES, VIOLETS,
Mr. A. P. Jordan, of Punta Gorda, Dog BiscuitsWill
Bishop Mann of Orlando, who is _
part of the winter city. ,
Florida's PANSIES
pure food inspector, is in CARNATIONS, ,
visiting Tampa for the first time, at-
When you need SHOES, don't for- Orlando today.
get that BOARDMAN sells them, and tended the opening of the Florida POTTED PLANTS keep your canine healthy.
that he has the best at the prices Open Air school this morning. This Mr. Arthur Clarke, o'ne of Ocoee's

charged. Absolutely ALL LEATHER school is to be an Episcopal church progressive citizens, was a county Fresh Cocoanuts Candy Figs
SHOES, at BOARDMAN'S. 27-2t school. Bishop Mann's visit was much seat visitor yesterday.Mr. ,

:Messrs. Watkins Fleming,and James appreciated and he was much inter R. M. McDonald and son, andMrS Good Wood $1.50
citizens of Mur- Nut Meats
ested in this enterprising school. Freyman, of St. Joe, are regis-
ray county, Tennessee, who are spend Tampa Times, 27th. tered at the San Juan. Beller Wood $2 2nd $2.25
ing the winter months at Zellwood,
Messrs. J. L. Butner Mr. H. 'R. Ferguson, of Boston,
.were visiting in Orlando yesterday.Eat W. E. Butner Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75
what want. and J. A. Lewis, of Powder Springs, Mass., is spending today in Orlando, THE SANITARY GROCERY i ;

Eat all you you want. Ga., are among the winter visitors to a guest of the San Juan. This won't last long,

Take a postscript and forget it. Orange county. They are stopping on Mrs. Albert Look, of Vineyard Ha- Stock while you can. CARUTHERS & GORE
For sale by all druggists. Lake Apopka with another of the But- ven, Mass., has arrived in Orlando to

l-7-d&w.lyr ner brothers, who has long made his spend the winter and is pleasantly located -
6 & 8 E.
Pine Street
General admission 75 cents. :Maud Orlando Wood Yard Phone 200
home here.
Mr. J. L. Butner became at the Tremont.Mr. ,
Powell, violin recital, Lucerne theater, interested
in some property on the V. V. Sharpe, senior member of
January 28. Reserved seats one dol lake 104 W. Pine St. K
lar. 1-15-llt several years ago, and he saysit the firm of Sharpe, Perkins & Co.,! I CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiMttfM"i"f'"ftfiriiiiiiii.
is the best paying investment owned wholesale grocers, Tampa, is in Or-I B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
Mrs. A. II. Darrow, of Chicago, is him.
by They are all delighted with lando today on business. __ .'llltt

Visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Orlando and the I . . . . . . . . . .
surrounding _ .
Lewis. Mrs. Darrow has many; country. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Peters and mm! "A.&"&' . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..A.. .
child, of Pittsburg, Pa., are in Or- "
friends in Orlando who always give
her a cordial reception on her visit i The big Sub-Tropical Midwinterfair lando for an indefinite sojourn. They 4 I. VA z S LE
here. is only about three weeks off are guests of the San Juan. .. EE

"Living Pictures," Lucerne theater, and you should be planning' to add Mr. Harry Gauthier, one of Orlan- I 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters, ,
something to make the exhibition both do's skilled mechanics, who has been : Commencing Tuesday, January
February 3rd. Jimmy Calder, in a for CASH
interesting and profitable. There are attending the National Bricklayers'Union : Wool Underwear at cut prices
Highland fling costume, will give an .
doubtless a number of articles in your convention in Houston, Texas, :
imitation of Harry Lauder. His num- Overcoats
home that seem commonplace to you returned home last $25.00 $17.50
Suits $20.50
ber will be "Roaming in the Gloam- $30.00
because of constant association that Overcoats
ing." It Mr. and Mrs. John S. Colvin, of Suits 17.50
are quite remarkable for 25.00 Overcoats
one reason Mich. 18.00 13.50
South Haven, arrived in Or-
Mr. Allen A. Smith was in from or another, and that would be very 22.50 15.75 Overcoats 12.00 '
lando yesterday and expect to make 16.50
Winter Garden yesterday and told us attractive if displayed at the big 20,00 Suits 14.75
this city their headquarters for some
of the new boat house which has just show. This is also a good time to be-
been constructed at that place on the gin cleaning up the lawn and grounds SWEATERS

<< edge of Lake Apopka. The house i is surrounding your home, so that the Mrs. Isaac B. Garvin, Mrs. D. G. Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats $3.50
Phelps, Mrs. R. H. Blakeslee and
owned by five men .and is large thousands of visitors will find Orlando Hats 2.75
Mr. Mrs. H. A. Sweaters I.7' 4.00
and and Blakeslee of
\ 2.50
enough to house the motorboats of looking the part of the "City Beau- Hats
tiful," Which Hartford, Conn., are among the late 2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 2.25
Mr. Allen and the other gentlemen.The we so frequently quote.
Residents of arrivals at the San Jean.OSTEOPATHY. Sweaters 1.10 I 2.50 Hats 1.75 ;
"STORE OF SATISFACTION Orange avenue in par- 1.50
stands for reliable goods, at the same ticular should have every inch of their Remember we only handle the celebratedHart.Schaffner & Marx line ol Clothes-

prices you frequently pay for inferior premises in neat and tasty order, as All Men's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale. : !
goods. We know our prices are right, that is the main thoroughfare from s'
and the goods must be right, or wr
t will make them right. ,F. N. BOARD every direction to the fair grounds.Eat DR. J. C .HOWELL SCRUGGS & DICKSON :

: MAN. 27-2t what you want. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo

k Ladies' hair dressing, massage, Eat all you want. extra charge for house treatment
Schaftner & Jarx clothes
; shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Take a postscript and forgef it. Telephone connections This store is the home of Hart
For sale by all durggists.
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"Right. And what do we mean by AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a price FOR REN1 ,[i I" "illMMMIMMmiMMMIIMMIIlit"B "I"I'I'I' !
h 'temperate?' Willie, you may an- you can afford to pay to own it.
S I DOWN 311 North !:
: swer." "Temp-rut is where it's free- Orange avenue. 1-27-tf EIGHT-ROOM furnIshed house; gas,

zin' half the time an' roastin' hot FOR SALE-One car of nice milk and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson': California

AND $25.00 PER MONTH the other half the time." cows, all fresh and heavy springers. avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf II

If Willie wasn't sent to the head Good color, and the prices are right. -
FOR RENT-Large, well furnished i: Bungalows
J. W. f
BUYS A HOME.: I Stegall, Thomasville, Ga.
for that it wasn't because lie didn't! l-28-6t room to persons wishing suburban I

Call at my office for particulars.We deserve the honor.-Cleveland Plain accommodations; also 2 acres good F,I
FOR SALE OR KENT-With stock truck land, close in. Good opportu-i: On Good Size Lot with
....... Dealer. and tools, best farm in county; variety nity for right person. Address "A,"'I Driveway.
fruits, trees Sentinel. 9-8tf e,:
1,600 ; elegant up- ;
have excellent investment
some A NEW DEFINITION to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- ;: Only Two Remain Unsold.
propositions listed this week. lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf FOR RENT-Large sunny front
Some will dividends in rent of room; convenient for light :
pay Three ladies had planned a drive FOR SALE-Four-passenger Buickcar keeping. 217 Robinson Ave., house-I I Price $2750Real
18 cent. We personally
per guarantee
together, but when the hour appointed 1912 make. Has recently been l-24-3t _ _ :
them to do it. ----- -------
of them asked overhauled, fine running order. Go.
came one to be I
Seven room house and over 1 acre excused on the score of an attack of ing away is reason for selling. Price MISCELLANEOUSWANTED I: Values, As Rapid Sales Plainly Show. Ask
in grove, six blocks from Orange $400. Address Owner, 511 E. Orange
indigestion Her companions ex-j street, Lakeland, Fla. 1-22-6t -Dining room girls. Apply' : Your Real Estate :Man To Show Them To You To
avenue. cut into lots.
up Orland hotel. 1-6-tf
pressed their disappointment and :
; High and dry and select neighborhood. IFOR SALE-Thoroughbred ----- I i day.
sympathy, but the older of them insisted :
YOUNG LADY desires
Water, lights and sewerage bull calf; solid fawn color; fine spec- position; general -
that the excuse was insuffi- imen for breeding from registeredstock. i office work; references. Address I
in street. Price only $3150. New. cient. il Quick sale at reasonable price. "M," Sentinel office. 1-13-lw : -

\ Beautiful homes at sacrifice prices "You shouldn't let yourself be gov- Inquire of George W. Eldredge, Manager LOST-On Monday, on Pine street or :
Ranging from $1500 to $6000. Close "The Palms," Winter Park, Fla.
t erned by such ideas," she said. "It I 1-28-4t Orange avenue, pair of nose glasses : Fred B. Dale
\ in and easy terms. is really all you think. What is indigestion attached to patent holder. Return to .
this office for reward. 1-22-tf .
; anyway?" FOR EXCHANGE

The third lady wishing to avoid I Good house and"lot in Topeka, Kas., IF YOUR STOVE is out of order,:: OWNER

the apparent impending discussionon for Orange county property. J. A. see :Mr.: Kearns, the expert stove :
Rowe, Room 11, McNeill & Davis bldg. repairer. Leave orders with Helms,.
mental control of illness, broke in 306 Anderson Street
l-23-3t Hardware Co. l-25-3t
quickly. I: %
"Indigestion," she said, "is the I -- I'H iiiiiinitaiimmninniiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiini

failure to adjust a square meal to >> III1I1IIII I I IIII C II H-t 0 I 8 I ; II mil. 1.ISetHi,... _ .. _ _. .

a round stomach.Harper's.HAYE I, I

FLAME Hand VINE Bldg.IN, Church ITS GLORY St. IN The.provisions YOU of REGISTERED the new primarylaw ? See Corner THE[ [ENTERPRISE[ [ MEAT[ MARKET[

ORLANDO YARDS so far as those who wish to Lake and Anderson
participate in the June primary is 21 East Pine Street
' One of our flowering vines whichis
concerned,are very simple. Unless you
in its and which ORLANDO FLORIDA
now prime throughits -
register you can not vote. No names ,
luxuriant growth and beauty is StreetsiiiiiiiHiiiiMHiiimiiiiittiiiinmnmiiiiiiiii
: are carried forward from the old
attracting much attention wherever
books. The registration starts clean.
i 4 seen in town is the Bignonia Benusta,
If you neglect to register now you JUST OPENED
or, as more often termed, the flame
simply disqualify yourself from
vine-since its rich clusters of blos- par- and
ticipation in the primary. I Everything new complete. As sani

soms their closely coloring.In resemble. actual flamesin I Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, WANT TO BUY an orange or grape- tary as can be.; Best, tenderest and freshest

Mrs. Thayer's yard, on Lake Griffing trees give results. Office ,on Court street. 12-5-tf I fruit grove. Address B. B., box Meats of all kinds.
566. 1-27-2w
opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales- 1
Cherokee, this vine has climbed a tall FOR SALE

pine tree, making of it a veritable man. 12-25-tf Five-room bungalow; three spacious WANTED-Man who understands'1 Fish and Oysters in Season

blaze of coloring, with long sprays piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- orange culture would like to take
hanging loose in the wind, the whole Maud Powell, violinist, Lucerne ern improvements. 506 Lexington St. care of grove. Address J. E. Miller, I Courteous attention; prompt service and
theater, January 28. Auspices Metho- 1-15-lm 315 Piedmont avenue, Orlando, Fla.) ,
effect well worth a trip to see. Among 1-27-lw Give trial.
dist Baraca class. Reservations be- i I prices right. me a
other places where it is seen in pro- THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round II I
gin January 23. One dollar. 1-15-llt 'rl
' fusion are Mr. J. B. Lawton's homeon timber; cut over once; three acres AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,i'

the north side of Lake Eola, Mr. cleared and planted in orange and subsoiling, tree planting, stump
EVERY ONE SUFFERING WITH grapefruit; lake front and beautiful COX
blowing, orchard renovating land A. ProprietorPHONE
A. B. Johnson's, North Main street, SEVERE COLDS location for a home; one mile and a cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand ; ,

Dr. Christ's, near Lake Lucerne, quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. supplies. Estimates cheerfully

where it has reached the top of two For the last week everybody in Or- Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St., 105

pine trees; and at several homes lando seems to have a severe cold, anda Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm
real bad cold is about the most an- JACKSONVILLE HOTEL FOR SALE I
around Lake Lucerne
covering partof noying thing a person can have. It The St. Albans; located in heart of YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just I.
Mr. Patterson's garage, and all the is said that colds are contagious, and city; modern in every respect; forty ring 448 for the Arcade Press-

east side of Mr. J. F. Watkins' home.It it must be true, for when one personin cheerful rooms. Doing good steady all ing Club. The boy will call. Club ."'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltReal
a family catches a cold, the rest of the year round business. Ill health
is also beautiful at Mrs. thomp-. rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe- :
the family generally has one also. cause of sale. Ten thousand cash, .
son's and at Mrs. Reichard's, hers Lots of people in Orlando say De- terms on balance. For full particulars : cialty. 1-10-lm Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION

completely covering a Spanish bay- Laney & Abernethy make a cold cure, address owner, Mrs. D. J. Con- ..

onet plant, while at Dr. Phillips' it called D. C. Capsules, which only ,roy, Jacksonville, Fla. WANTED-Ladies ings and cut hair, bring to 305 your Garland comb- : !
takes a few doses to break the
has crept upward till its blossoms up FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE street. We will make them as desired -
hang from the third story. most severe cold. l23tfPEOPLE'S Desirable dwellings in Pittsburg, or purchase same for cash. : I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

Pa.; good income values from $1,500up. Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.

ONE OR THE OTHER. Will exchange for Orange county Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
WANTSMUNNIMAKERS property, improved preferred. What LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial : six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
t have you to offer? Address, 305 East "B," somewhere on the Orlando
One kid story leads on to another. heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
Church street, Orlando, Fla. streets Monday. If found, leave at the
A Cleveland school teacheronewho l-21-6t-ltw Sentinel office, and receive reward of : ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or

has at several periods in the $1.00. 1.1-tf furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
Notices of ,
Wanted For Sale For FOR SALE
sweet-scented past favored us with Rent, etc., for this column 23c for one day House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
COc for three days, $1.00 for for Farm of twenty acres, ten acres :
or one week NOTICEThe lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
anecdotes about her pupils-sends us 25 words or lees. Money must accompanythe cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2
an account of a quiz conducted in advertisements fer this column as no miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

x : her geography class only a day or insertions will be made on credit. Davis. Good wire fence on three voters in Orange county will be Open to all.
sides. Small new house and well. opened in my office at the Court

two ago. FOR SALE About 15,000 feet of saw timber. House on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY
"In what sense do we live?" asked Land all dry and suitable- for truck- and will be kept open six days in
the teacher. J FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to each week, until the first Monday in
unimproved lands. See S. S. work it and will sell at a bargain. March, 1914. 307 West St., NorlbOrlando
"The temp-rut zone! chanted the
Bowman, owner, East Taft, Fla. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. W. L. DOLIVE, '
well-drilled class. w-lm l-12-lm-d&w 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. HltlitliitllMMIMIIttillllilMllilllilHMHIiltf f*

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::. .. business at our big store Cor. Main and Pine Sts., ;,1

and the store at Daytona and New Smyrna gives '

- : ,: us an outlet sufficient to put us on buying equal '

ity with any store or combination of stores. We 'i

; cut the price the day we opened for business; ;: : ,

; Y have always cut the price and always will. Remember < !

: ;; no store has a lower price than Kincaid ., f.. : .

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Opening of the Regular Theatrical Season ORLANDO'S BEST PHOTO PLAYHOUSE ,. "-' '

Program for the week of Jan. 26th. Thursday .** 1"
"Mighty Atom" (American). : ;"
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VIRGINIA BROOKS GREAT PLAY"j ,' "Peggy's Invitation" (Thanhouser). :, ,
"LITTLE LOST SISTER" ",".- "God of Tomorrow" (Majestic). : *.,j f'. :,-.'

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Friday i H J .;

Same complete cast and production that is playing Wednesday Afternoon "The Open Door" (Broncho). 2 reels ; . -
"First Prize at the Cabaret" (Reliance). T 'J J\ :..
the principal cities of the South. Booked by Klavv "Where the Road Forks" (Amer.-Drama. 2 reels. ,,31.-2 I .'t".". ..
& Erlanger, New.York's leading theatrical producers Saturday :
"Rogue's Gallery" (Keystone)-Comedy.
"Personal ;
Magnetism" (American).
"The Filly" (Domino). 2 reels. .
; $1.50, 75c., Soc. "
Special Matinee Prices $1.00, 7,c., Soc. J
Continuous Show from to 6 .
2 p. m.lillllltm'iiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiii
Seats on Sale I at Estes Pharmacy .

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And Isn't Too Long example of religion in its most prac- but they are not as pleasing to
tical phase.-Chicago Post. the taste when taken high.
After while you can send your best
girl by parcel post if she doesn't M. SLEMONS
ODDS AND ENDSA Many of our conscientious people
weigh over 100 pounds-Baltimore, 1
Sun. Chicago policeman gets his pic- feel that they can not condemn the .
ture in the paper because he outrana tango intelligently unless they learn
record. I to dance it-Greenville (0.) Advo-
An Important Qualification burglar a sprinting
Included in the requirements for Not having any definite particularson i cate. New Goods
Mexican federal soldiers should be the subject we take it for grantedthat I Arriving Daily
must have been in front. I
the ability to swim the Rio Grande.- the cop
I Painter and interior decorator. New
Chicago News. :ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636.
An Illinois editor was recently held I:Expert workmen employed. .
X Purely Voluntary Withdrawals up and robbed of $2.49. The occur- 1-21-lm
Knowing when to quit is regarded rence stirred up quite a sensation, .
an important element of a Wall but as yet no clew has been found as WEST VIRGINIA REAL ESTATE
cps We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
street director's equipment. Wash- to where he got the money. COMPANYWe
ington Star.Probably are located in the McNeill and made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
When we hear the statement thatif I'Davis building, corner Orange avenue
Think Its More ImportantNew it were not for a man's family such!I',I and church street, Room No. 9. We Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. "
cordially invite you to visit our office.
Yorkers are classing their new and such a thing would happen, we I[If you have anything to sell or want Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. .
aqueduct with the Panama canal. can't help but feel sorry for the fam to buy anything, we will be glad to !
Modest chaps, those New. Yorkers.- ily. I help you, if we can. Our office dooris & Co. Best place in the city to trade. J
open. Come in and make yourself
Portland Oregonian. at home. West Virginia Real EstateCo.
A lot of folks are like roosters,they I I D. H. Poling and Edmund Hugill, I
Still, They're Doubtless Receptive crow because they hear someone else of West Virginia. 1-25-lt .
Getting married under the new law;crow, and without knowing the reason SLEMONSI
in Wisconsin is so difficult that many why.If
Offers to Orlando the newest and best
of the young women have just quit I of workmanship in the painting and ..
trying.-Philadelphia Public Ledger. i you can't stand it to court a decorating trade. Phone 636. ORANGE AVENUE
I girl for more than four months, you 1-21-1m
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.1111111111111111111111111111.11.111111111111111111.1 IRS. THAYER AND MRS. DUD- II ,
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LEY SPEAK BEFORE SOROSIS P I I f I I I I, II I1, it l i I I ''h I ,; ,

Yesterday afternoon the Sorosis =

club held a delightful open meeting,

x and with the the program greatest, which appreciation was listenedto on T"I: \ r' ifD!, tB IP tl I /o5}..;\ Natllin l : 1 i; B ul;( U =_==.1=

&'*iSEsE3a?! Bps *>r'' i iLONG the part of the members and guests, ,
included two interesting talks- c
"Stratford-on-Avon," by Mrs. Jessie
r Condensed Statement rendered to ;=
r as ;
I '
h' hSIH' Gn Mallory Thayer, and "Experiences in .
f 11' I! krr lllhll i -
I f i yT Comptroller of the Currency s :
\{I South America, by Mrs. Dudley.Mrs. .
January 13, 1914 _===
Thayer told of many amusingand
interesting incidents occurring on .
". her recent trip abroad, describingmost = Resources _
f charmingly her visits to quaintold Loans and Discounts ____$193,075.19 :

I ESTAPLISHEDSAFE.CONSERVATIVE.ACCOMMODATING towns in France and Germany, =- Bonds --------__________ 98,390.61 iI;=
the Black Forest, London, Oxford, -: Banking House, Safety De- __--
t and StratfordonAvonvhere the :' posit faults and Fixtures 30,436.52 _'

f Shakespearean memorial festival was ::-- ". Cash and Due from
--' "
Complete ProtectionAt in progress. Mrs. Thay'er's word picture =:.- Banks _______________ I?__?,"'' 09.",' 3 !
of the traditional dances now being =
$111,612.05 '
revived in England was especially '. -
Moderate Cost Until these =- -:. -
entertaining. recently, = LIabilItIes -
dances were never publicly taught, == ,.
=::: _
Capital -----------------$ 50,000.00 "
but were preserved in families, each
That's what it means to havea generation being taught in turn. The ---- Surplus ,--_______________ 10,000.00 .. -
:= Undivided Profits ________ -
these dances has also been
music for
Safe Fire
Box in
Deposit our T Circulation ______________ 21,000.00
handed down from family to family, =
and Proof Vault. We = =;;: Bills Payable ____________ 45,000.00 5 -_ _
H Burglar and is adapted to the various figures __
=_. Deposits ---_____________ 31-,911._?9 -=-0
and steps. There are twenty different
have Safe Boxes for ---- -.---
1 : Deposit rent --
dances, each having a particular char- $444,612.0: --'

at acteristic.The .. _
v beautiful old church, where vi :

Shakespeare's body rests, was visited,
: $1.00 and up per year and the speaker described its curious Our (Cvo,1jii;: \ :=

architecture.Mrs. J
S Deposits ,,:
Thayer was followed by Mrs. .' -0
50000000. -
Capital Surplus
Dudley, who, for eighteen years made November 26, 1912 $ 74,8-19.92
and profits $40,000.00. her home in South America. Mrs.udley's February 4, 1913 128,884.60
. ) talk was delightful, and of
. April 4, 1913. 157,684.98
:. especial interest to the members of
Sorosis, the study of South America June 9, 1913. 185,875.96 -_
THE STATE BANKOFORLANDOHIIIIMHIMMMIimiMMimiiM being their work for this season. August 9, 1913 213,061.50

A Social conditions, and customs pre- October 21, 1913 255,752.86
: vailing in the Argentine Republic .
I were pictured by Mrs. Dudley, who f January 13, 1914, $315,911.29 !

I entertained her listeners with many
b, "unit*; stories of personal experiences during -
C": -- -- ------ her life there.
' MRS. HOWE ENTERTAINS THE THE "SMART SET" At the conclusion of Mrs. Dudley'stalk /
r BOW-KNOT CLUB a rising vote of thanks was given III II !.I IIII '
li I II I 'I' I I I
Each season finds the famous to the two speakers, and Mrs. }
The Bow-Knot club was prettily entertained "Smart Set" company the peer of all Whitman, president of Sorosis, invited -
3 yesterday by Mrs. Robert colored theatrical organizations the guests to remain for after- 11111111111111111111111'1111111111111111111111'11111111III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItl

Howe and three tables of club mem- equipped with a vehicle permittingthe noon tea, which was deliciously
bers and their substitutes passed the various artists employed plentyof brewed by Mrs. Beardall, and served Fresh Oandies
afternoon at "five hundred," while the leeway to display their respective by members of the club. .
guests, including two tables, contested talents.
at auction bridge. The prizes for This the "PEG 0' MY HEART"At Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb.
$ the latter, a rose colored satin bag blessed year with a musical troupe is unusually Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. lb. "

and a dainty corsage bouquet, were three acts, said to be comedy in last theater will have an Peanut Crisp . . . . . . :'. . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . 40c. lb. :
won by Mrs. Thompson,and Miss Gai- other superior to any goers o' Menthal Drops . . ... . . . 20c. lb. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . 4Qc. lb. <
production sponsored by this opportunity to see "Peg My Heart,
w ley, and the best, scores among the .1 noted company. It is entitled "The J. Hartley Manners' comedy which Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . .40e. lb.

regular players were made by Mrs. Wrong Mr. President," and is in three has met with tremendous success in Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . 20c. lb.Chocolate Almonds
_ E. P. Monroe. acts with the scenes shifting from a New York, where it has been running Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
1 i Tempting salad, served in grapefruit well known watering place to a South continuously for nearly a year. Mr. Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams
'. fj ; baskets, pimento sandwiches, American republic. Samuel Tutt Oliver Morosco, who is the producer, Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts
,1. {saltines: olives, hot chocolate with Whitney, acknowledged the cleverestof has given the play a stupendous
" and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.Ice .
whipped cream and cake formed a delicious -
all and well
Ethiopian fun makers mounting an exceptionally
as for-
Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering
with which the any
repast, guests merly heads the balanced cast of well known players,
offering, and in the
quantity. attention to Should be
Special paid parties. pleased to show
were presented with bundles of candy, cast he will any. one
have as his chief associates -: among whom are Alice O'Dea, Ruth
and kisses, as favors. I I .in driving dull care to the dol- Gartland, Marie Kean, Lionel Glenister through our factory.HOT
y In attendance at the happy affair drums, Homer Tutt and Blanche Vivian Gilbert, Ernest W. Lauby, DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH
were Mesdames Nolan, Lott, Thompson Thompson. A dozen song hits and Albert Clan and Herbert Ashton.
Gailey, J. N. McElroy, Campbell, other unique features will be intro- The title role will be played by DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.
Goodrich, Temple, Sherman, Reich- duced besides a chorus of singers, Miss Blanche Hall, the clever actress, Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc.

ard, Chalfant, Monroe, Abernethy, dancers, vocalists and vaudevillians, who is sure to please in the great Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc.
Lawton, Rogers, Carmack, Carpenter who are experts in their particularline. role of Irish brogue. Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Lemonade lOc.
Lee Miller, and Misses Hattie The piece is underlined as the The story concerns Peg, the daughter Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c.
!' Hudson and Romaine Clarke. next attraction at the Orlando opera of an aristocratic English woman Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c.
44 house, Wednesday, January 28. A who marries a lovable but unfortu-
ERROR CORRECTED part of the lower floor is reserved for nate Irishman. Her family turn their :bv ayer Oandy Co. .
the colored people. aristocratic backs upon her on account ,
In F. B. Dale's advertisement apI' of their marriage. Peg is 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE

pearing in the Sentinel yesterday SPECIAL REQUESTThe brought up by her father, after the I .
: morning a mistake occurred. The patrons of the Maud Powell death of her mother, in New York, I r. H- itlimiltMIHiMIIMIIMIIIMItitMtMIMMHIISouveenir
price of the lots was placed at $2,700 recital at the Lucerne tonight are and comes to England to be educatedby
: when the figures should have been earnestly requested to be seated be- her relatives, according to the con- J. II . rn

; $2,750. fore the concert begins, as no one will ditions of the will of a brother of her IClIjI
be seated during numbers. mother's who has left a fortune to

I Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. Recital commences at eight-fifteen. Peg.The
I Irish girl, ignorant of the fact
that: she is an heiress and also ignorant -
f h PA 'd eCdfd i.t itN1.l ttPer1ltN iPc ilcu J eoPC1 Pef N1 r'I J .
of the ways of the aristocracy, .
is given a cold reception by her highborn Spoons
relatives and made to feel the

sting of, class distinction in spite of

SOMETHING[ NW[ I the enables fact lier that English it is her relatives money to which keepup g We have a large and complete line, 0

@ appearances.of her surroundings The disagreeablenature and the State Spoons and Orlando Spoons

contrast between her own natural
goodness and light heartedness and
@ the false ideas of the aristocratic V Come and see.

English family does not make her lose
Ice Cream Freezer I her inherent finesse. o o

.. The play is said to be brimful of
@I wit and humor and clever situations
: Come and see the demonstration @I from[ the rise to the drop of the cur ALLEN & CO Jewelers
tain, just before which Peg rests in '
commencing at 10 o'clock Jan 28th and ] the arms of the man she loves.

29th. I "Peg o' My Heart" will be seen at
the Lucerne theater, Orlando, on Everything Guaranteed. Reliable Repairing
Wednesday, February 4th.
Make your own Ice Cream at home j
=x = i = _
a small cost without any labor. OYSTER SUPPER
.J '
I Woodmen is going to have an oyster I I COMMITTEE .. .

supper at the Odd Fellows' hall, on Unity Circle this afternoon at,I Saturday afternoon Mr. Calhoun, .
JTi TnB IIucKwortn\ LO Wednesday night, January 28. All Unity ChapeL Three o'clock. Book of Ocoee, was surprised to learn he! The executive committee of the *
,i: I ow [ !J the visiting neighbors are invited. review by Mrs. Helen ,Wilson Star- had lost a son and gained a daughter. -I Florida Equal Suffrage Association : i J
; G!J buck, "The Wind Before the Dawn," His oldest son, Hugh, left on:t will meet in Orlando on Monday 't i
The Ladies' Aid Society of the written by Mrs. Dell Munger. the Midland for Kissimmee in com morning, at ten o'clock, in the room : "
Orlando's Largest Store Methodist church is planning to havea Annual meeting of Unity churchat pany with Miss Lulu Childers, and i I over the People's National bank, anda 1
} I 1 cozy corner at Merck's Pharmacy Tea and Rest Room, Thursday they were married upon arrival at number of delegates are expected*,'
stocked with delicacies to regale the evening at 6:30. Supper 60 cents. that place. It was a complete sur- from Jacksonville and Tampa. .. ,
1' "Quality Did It" j "inner man" next Saturday, and they prise to every one. They returnedto The state association was organ : !

2J want all of their friends, and any Ladies' hair dressing, massage, Ocoee Monday and were greeted ized last November in Orlando, which, .: :
"t i[ others if they happen to be, to dropin ?nampoo, electric drier. Gem Barbw: with good wishes from all. They will because of its location, 'is a conven- :i

a Third Floor Take The" Elevator !I 2J and help them_out'in a good cause. Shop. 1.2-tf make Orlando.their home for the present in board.ient meeting place for the executive 'f.. 't.

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; f I If1r If you want the news, read the Cash Registers. Wannan fixes 'em .. t .
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