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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 29, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00316
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THE. MORNING SENTINEL



h GREAT MID-WINTER' SUB-TROPICAL ,EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME. (.i+

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

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VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA THURSDAY JANUARY
29, 1914. NUMBER 302. i'

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READINESS[ f FOR WA AR WITH JAr AN] BUILDING AND WAN CO.O.TO ''DAMAmN TESTIMONY[ IS WILSON N ANIS f FOREIGN I TREATIES. \



Bf ORCANIZED HR[ [ GIVEN[ AGAINST SrR[[ .



IS URGED-f RV DI ADMIRALVREELANDti I MOVEMENT STARTED TO ENCOURAGE PROMINENT -ATTORNEYS IN _RATIFIED BY y SENATE WITHOUT I DELAY Y



AUTHORITY TO BUILD FOUR B BUTT Will ATTEND MEETING[ Of f SAVE THEIR YOUNG MONEY PEOPLE AND TO GEORGIA GUILTY DECLARE OF HIGH.HAND-HE WAS MORE TERRITORY[ FREED[[ FROM I NO ILL FEELING- IN EUROPE ;

BATTLESHIPS ASKEDOF OWN THEIR HOMES ED ACTS ON BENCH
CONGRESS ASSESSORS r F2BRUARY B Y 2ND CATTLE IK DESIRED IN EVENT OF

For some time the organization of Savannah, Ga., Jan. 28.Members WAR WITH JAPAN

Majority of County Assessors Will a building and loan association in and of the congressional committee inves-I
Over 17,000 Square Miles in Eight
Meet in Jacksonville First for Orlando has been talked 'of, and tigating charges 'of official miscon-i
AlARMING STATEMENTS[ MADE of the Week at last it has taken positive form and duct against Federal Judge Emroy! Southern States to Be Released
I From Quarantine Feb. 16 ACTIVITY OF f JAPAN IN MEXICO O
the business of
selling stock will begin Speer of the southern district of I

Tax: Assessor Arthur Butt will soon. Georgia, were still confident today I Special to the SentinelWashington

ADMIRAL IS OF THE OPINION leave Sunday to be present Monday Mr. Douglass R. Ellerbe, who is occupying that the hearings in this city would I Jan. 28.-The territoryin

THAT JAPAN WILL DEMAND at a meeting of the county tax as- the position of teller at the be concluded this week. i the South freed from cattle ticks FORMS FRUITFUL TOPIC OF

sessors to be held in Jacksonville to People's National bank, will relinquishthat Attorney Thomas Felder of Georgia -! and released from quarantine has COMMENT AMONG CONGRESSMEN

f REPEAL OF CALIFORNIA consider what action shall be taken I place February 1 to devote his was the first witness before the i been increased by 17,106 square miles AND IS DISCUSSED IN

LAND LAWS in response to the order of the state i entire time to the solicitation of &tock'and court today. Mr. Felder stated that I by an order issued by the acting sec CODIITTEEIEETIXG

tax commission that taxes shall be i doing the ground work of gettingthe he had known Judge Speer for over I retary of agriculture, effective Febru
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Special to the Sentinel.Washington assessed at their true cash values. organization started. I twenty years.! He charged that the ary 16, 1914, releasing additional por Special to the SentineLWashington
Jan. 28.-Urging authorization -
four Ad- Mr. Butt has been advised that a Mr. Ellerbe comes from South I jurist on occasions attempted to intimidate -. tions of irginia, North Carolina, Ten Jan. 28.-President
for battleships,
second to Admiral majority of the assessorsill be Carolina and has had practical expe- clients represented by thee nessee, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Wilson today began the task of accelerating -
miral Vreeland, present at the Jacksonville meeting3and !rience in this class of finance. li witness."In Oklahoma and Texas. This action the ratification of the pending -
the naval board made these '
,
Dewey on
it is expected that some agreement knows the methods and system thor-i the peonage case of Chauncy, has been taken as a result of further arbitration treaties before the for-
house
the
to '
startling statements will be reached as to the 'oughly, and has seen the local build- of Pulaski county," testified Mr. progress made in the exterminationof eign relations committee, particularlythat
naval affairs committee today: tours.to'I
which the assessors will g and loan associations in the cities er, "Judge Speer evidently Feid-I the ticks which spread splenetic or with Great Britain.
will make the Cali- I
First. Japan pursue. of his native state become an activ coerce my clients into pleading guilty.I Texas fever of cattle. The total area There are sixteen general treaties
fornia land laws, unless they are re- I
The attitude of the assessors is agent for building up communitiesand I We had many character witnesses on I released since the beginning of the pending, all of which lapsed at the
the of war.
cause
pealed, practically the same in every county. starting young men on the way hand, but Judge Speer would allow work in 1906 now aggregates 215,908 expiration of the five year periods terminating -
"
Second. The Philippines being a
the United They do not see how they are going to success by giving them an incentiveto only a few of them to testify. I square miles and amounts to about 30 in June last. The most important -
weakness to
strategic to follow the instructions of the com work and save their earnings. "In overruling my motion to direct I per cent. of the territory infected at of these were those with

r States, will have to be temporarily mission without visiting a hardshipupon "There is no doubt about it," said a verdict for the defendants, Judge the time the work was undertaken. Japan and Italy. The French treaty
abandoned in event of war with Ja
'
the tax payers in the accumu Mr. Ellerbe yesterday to a represent Speer dissertated on the sweetness Tennessee is the first of the states was ratified promptly. The canal

pan.Third.. Alaska is weak in defense lation of money that is not needed, as 'ative of the Sentinel. "The building of liberty, the American flag, etc., and extensively infested by the ticks to tolls question then arose and rather
I
the millage for certain purposes can'1 and loan association is the thing forI at the end of his remarks he said, in be, entirely freed from this pest and than pass over the British treaty all

but might be protected. not be reduced without the adoption I| (Orlando. There is no chance for it the presence of the jury 'that if there released from quarantine. In 1906 of them were pigeon holed.
Fourth. The belief exists in naval
of a constitutional amendment to 'to fail if it is properly conducted and was a case of peonage this is one.' about one-half of this state was underquarantine. The acute condition of affairs in
that has started a great |' 1
circles Japan
that effect. !j1'I there is no chance for it not to be "Judge Speer took me to task before The order just issued re Mexico, coupled with the activity of
but has
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naval strengthening plan no
The assessors do not care to defythe ]properly conducted under the plan of the jury for using the word leases a portion of Marion county, Japan in Mexico, admittedly compels
direct information of the recent report '
order of the commission and thus organization, ( which I shall present to 'nigger,' and even threatened to strike which was' the last remaining part of the administration to remove all

that she is to construct six lay themselves liable to removal from I'the i' people when I start out on my my name from the list of attorneys the state to be cleaned up and re sources of grievances, real or imaginary :

dreadnaughts at once. office for not obeying the order. It i tour to put the matter before them." authorized to practice in his court. leased. The success of the work i in held by European powers. ;

is to consider the proposition in allj I )I I The enterprise has the backing of All of this I believe was done to influence Tennessee has been achiveed through If the time is coming when the

PRECOOUNG[ DEMONSTRATION[ I IBE 10B of its phases that the Jacksonville J'i i I !several of Orlando's leading citizens, the jury against my clients," hearty co-operation by state and United States must deal sharply with

meeting is to be held. and the articles of incorporation are the witness added. county officers and cattle owners with the Japanese question the president

B[ GIVEN T TODAY being prepared. i Mr. Felder testified that the juryin :the federal authorities. Several other wants no ill feeling in Europe.

PRISONER JUMPS FROM WINDOW this case acquitted his clients anda states have also made rapid progressin The activity in Japan and Mexico, '\

OF MOVING TRAIN EX.CONVICT KILLS WOMAN WHO few weeks later citizens of Pulaski getting ri dof the ticks and now however, continued to be a fruitful 1
Nye's Packing House Will Be Sceneof .. WOULD NOT MARRY HIM I have free topic
county arranged to give a barbecueto large areas. among senators and was dis- ;

an Interesting Event Sanford, Fla., Jan. 28.-DeputySheriff celebrate the acquittal. The portions of the several statesto cussed at a lengthy session of then

This MorningTwo McCulley, of Oviedo, had a San Francisco, Jan. 28.James F. "It was printed in the papers," the be released from quarantine o foreign relations committee.

peculiar experience Monday Glennard, a former convict, killedMrs. witness added, "that the jurymen February 16th under the order mentioned J

cars equipped with machineryfor noon with a negro prisoner after-I I I Cleo Ferrand, a widow, early would be invited. are as follows:
CANADIANS BELIEVE[ [ IN FREE U USE E
demonstrating the process of pre- was attempting to bring to Sanford today, then committed suicide. The "Judge Speer caused a warning to In Virginia: The county of Sussex .

cooling cars for the shipment of per to place in jail for flimflamming another I woman had refused to marry him. the jurymen to be printed that if they! and th ebalance of the county of Of 1

ishable products arrived in Orlando negro out of certain eatables. Five months ago Glennard was re- attended the barbecue they might beheld Greenesville.In PRINTERS INK

yesterday. They are sent out by the When the officer took the negro on pleased,I from the federal prison at Atlanta in contempt of court." The bar North Carolina: The counties of -

Intermittent Vacuum Pre-Cooling the train and after the train got under ,. where he served a term for becue was not given, Mr. Feider said. Moore, Hoke, Scotland, Robeson, and 1 But Not in the Use of Printer's Ink

Corporation, of New York, and are good headway, the negro doubled[ counterfeiting. Glennard met Mrs. Referring to another case tried before New Hanover. Free-Thousands Spent for

in charge of Mr. R. C. Watson, president himself in a ball and flung himself;,Ferrard in New York prior to his arrest Judge Speer, the witness claimedthe In Georgia: The counties of Morgan Advertising .

,of the corporation. Mr. Watsonis out of a window and began a hurried['J:I and after his release he followed jury was not drawn in accordance and Franklin.

accompanied by other officials of hike out through the sticks. j I her to San Francisco. I with the'law. In Tennessee: The remainder- ----.._-- of-- Washington. i, .Tan- ---. -98-..-flonrtra_ww_ .A..

the company, including Mr. H. B. Andrews The officer did not have time to Just before the trial of the case Mr. Marion county.In Joslyn, president of. the Western .

t who has immediate directionof signal the train to stop but hurled 34 OF FLORIDA'S 51 NATIONAL I Felder stated that he obtained a list Alabama: Portions of the coun- Newspaper Union, testified today be-

the demonstration, Mr. C. E. Bow. himself through the same window and I BANKS JOIN SYSTEM of jurymen and found that they were ties of Jackson and Sumter.In fore the senate lobby commission that

:' ron, chief engineer, Mr. J. 0. Lyman, began a chase through the hammock i mainly from Macon. "This was conspicuous Mississippi: The counties of the Canadian government had em-

; engineer in charge of the cars, and a after the escaped prisoner, punctuating Washington, Jan. 28.-It was an- ," said Mr. Felder, 'becauseI Clay, Jasper, Smith, Scott, and Le- ployed his organization to insert in

staff of assistants. each of his seven league strides nounced at the treasury department realized that if the jury was drawnin fore, the remainder of the countiesof "patent insides" for country newspapers -
I
:. The pre-cooling process is not new with well directed shots from a Colt's I today that thirty-four of Florida's open court by the judge from the Lowndes, Holmes, Madison, Attala, reading matter designed to induce -

,: but it is not old, having been in use 48, all of which accelerated the speeds j fifty-one national banks have appliedfor jury box, all the jurors would not Rankin, Noxubee, Chickasaw, and por- Americans to immigrate to Can-

t for about thre eyears only, and thiis of said culprit to such an extent that membership in the new federal have come from Macon. I found that ,tions of the counties of Ciaiborne, ada. It was mdrked "advertisement,"

the first demonstration tour given he ran plump into another officer who reserve system. The application of the jury in the case was selected by Warren, Yazoo, Sharkey, Bolivar, he said.

". in Florida. No attempt will be made was properly armed and on another the Barnett National bank of Jack- Marshal White from among the names Newton, Grenada, Leake, Monroe, He identified as matter he sent out,

) in this brief notice to tell how it is mission, before he knew what he had sonville was received today. of the jury list." Jones, and Lafayette.In an article which members of the com-

done, but the purpose of it is to i insure done. The witness testified that he was Oklahoma: The county of Cot-, mittee had denounced as a misrep-

the transportation of fruits and The negro was secured, an automobile PARDONED WITH PAY one of the attorneys in the W. A. ton, and the remainder* of the coun-i resentation.

vegetables to distant markets without hired and the negro chained to it, Huff bankruptcy case, representingMr. ties of Tillman, Grady, Craig, and Ot- Alfred Washington, advertising

Joss from decay and reducing the and he was safely landed in the Seminole Washington, Jan. 28.Pardoned Huff. In this connection, he said: i tawa, and portions of the counties of manager of the Union, testified that

cost of refrigeration by one-half of county jail. with pay, W. W." I "After holding an ex-parte hearingon McClain, Osage, and Delaware. for sixteen years, the department of

the present rates. This process is expected With those words written in pencilon creditors' bills, the claims of which In Texas: The remainder of the the interior had paid his organizationfor

to be a boon to the grower REBELS GATHER AT SALTILLO a memorandum, President Wilson i amounted to $4,000, Judge Speer appointed counties of Foard, Knox, Haskell, and circulating Canadian immigration

of Florida, and the object of makingthe FOR ATTACK today gave freedom to Private Clar-:; receiver for the Huff estate, Mitchell, and portions of'the countiesof reading matter. For the last

demonstration is to establish ence L. George, of the army signal which later sold for $103,000." Throckmorton and Wilbarger.The twelve years, he said, the pay aver-

a pre-cooling plant at this place. A Special to the Sentinel corps, who has served four months of I The witness told of alleged exces- order also provides for a feed- aged $42,000 a year.
El Paso Jan. 28.-The rebels
I
plant sufficient to pre-cool thirty ares a year's sentence at Fort Leaven- sive fees awarded by Judge Speer, to ing station for non-infected caW: at "Didn't it ever occur to you as un-

a day can be built and equipped for gathering near Saltillo and an attack worth, Kansas. ,I officials appointed by the court, to the stockyards of the Fort Worth & patriotic to print this kind of mat
is to take within
$70,000. "The outfit was brought here 'expected place a George's offense consisted of writ-!conduct the litigation, and stated that Denver City railway at Wichita Falls, ,ter," asked Senator Nelson.
few There is
days. grave fear among ing letters about his superiors to Secretary j Mr. Huff allowed Tex., in addition to the feeding sta-
at the request of interested parties, the I -i was a mere pittance, Senator Cummins said he was not
residents that the federals will
and it is probable that steps will betaken the i Tumulty. He had been having which was cut off after 1906. tions already authorized at other so surprised that the Union circulated -

to organize a stock company tot evacuate Torreon. city. Saltillo is near I difficulties over having been court-I Mr. Felder also corroborated the points in the quarantined area. the matter, as he was at the fact

t establish a plant. The demonstration Negotiations between the,I martialed and thought an injustice testimony of Mr. Huff before the com I Copies of the formal order issued that the Canadian government would

": will be free to all and every one Is representative of an American raining had been done him. The letters never( mittee at, Macon last week, to the effect by the acting secretary of agricul- ask to have it circulated.W. .
firm and Villa who |
arrived in Juarez
invited to witness it. The operationof reached Mr. Tumulty, but were referred -,i that about $90,000 of the pro- ture, which also defines the territory J. White, Canadian official in
on'a'special train today have begun
f the machinery will begin between to George's commanding offi- ceeds of the sale, of the Huff prop- remaining in quarantine, may be ob- charge of United States immigration
and
are expected to result in the
8:30 and 9 o'clock this morning, and of I cers, who courtmartialed him for erty was allowed by Judge Speer to tained upon application to the chief of agencies, testifying voluntarily, said
opening large mining in
1 will continue four hours. It ist' the state of Chihuahua. property breach of discipline. Secretary Tu remain without interest for several the bureau of animal industry, de- his government paid $70,000 a year

claimed that 'the pre-cooling process I multy appealed to the president to years in a Macon bank of which Cecil partment of agriculture, Washington, for advertising in_ this n___ rnntro____n.,' _llo_"

J will accomplish the same refrigeration ORDER 5,000 FREIGHT CARS I pardon George on the ground that the :' Morgan, Judge Speer's brotherinlaw -I I ID. C., for B. A. I. order 207. declared he was careful not to pub-

in four hours that is achieved failure of the letters to reach him for, is vice-president lish antagonistic advertising.

..' by ordinary refrigeration in five days. New York, Jan. 28.-Five thousand,I reference partly caused the courtmartial. : SULZER TO APPEAL CASE TO

From Orlando the cars will to freight cars, aggregating in value George's home is in Charlottesville MARINES LAND AT PORT AU U. S. SUPREME COURT FELIX DIAZ LANDS WITH FORCE
go about $5,500,000, have been orderedby W. Va.
Arcadia, Plant City Palmetto PRINCE AND TAKES PUERTO
Tampaand the Union Pacific Railroad company
Special to the Sentinel -
Miami for similar demonstrationsand
it was announced .
yesterday.This ,SCOTT M. LOFTIN A BANKRUPT Special to the SentinelWashington Albany, N. Y., Jan. 28.-Deposed Special to the SentineL
from Sanford
They
purposes. came is of the ,
one largest equipment Jan. 28.-Secretary Governor Sulzer, now assemblyman, Mexico City, Jan. 28.-It is reported -
yesterday.Mr.
orders that has been reported for Pensacola, Fla., Jan. 28.-Scott M. Bryan announced today that the ma- said today that he had secured affida- here tonight that Felix Diaz has

Watson, the president of the many months. Delivery of the new Loftin, through his attorneys, yester- rines landed at Port au Prince yesterday vits from members of the '1913 as- landed at Puerto with a force of men
company, is also president of the equipment will start in
United April day filed a voluntary petition in bank- were to constitute a guard forth sembly for appeal to the United and artillery and has taken charge of :
States Golf *
association, and is ruptcy in the United States court. legation. The revolutionists are States supreme court against his im- the city.
an expert golfer. Mr. James L LINOLEUM
Giles, INVENTOR DEAD
Sworn schedules show the assets of now approaching Port au Prince from peachment. Sulzer contends that the
president of the Country Club, will Miami, Fla., Jan. 28.-David N. petitioner to be $33,986.87 St. Mark.
invite while the assembly session of August 13, at THE WEATHER
Mr. Watson to take a look at
Melvin, of Port Richmond, Staten liabilities
amount to $87,304.30. The which his impeachment was voted
the ,
golf course today after the demonstration Island, N. Y., said to have been the petitioner does not claim the usual Do not miss getting a copy of that was irregular, as all members were Florida: Fair Thursday. Friday,
t i which will take
the place on inventor of linoleum, died of heart exemptions. Mr. Loftin is the county new popular music at Curtis & not officially notified that the proceedings rain, except in south portion; colderin
siding at
Nye's packing house. failure at his winter home here. solicitor for Escambia county. O'Neal's, next postoffice. were to be considered. northwest portion.


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Fairvilla, Fla.-, Jan. .-The Fair- L

villa Ladies' Social club held their Oc1aalla Service I Today at
first meeting of the year last Thurs- Nilisery ,

day, January 22, at the cozy little
J home of Mrs. D. H. Thornton. The
morning passed pleasantly away, MONTGOMERY MOTION .Grand Theatre
with the guests arriving alternately PICTURE CO'SFour
until noon. A delicious dinner was always been accepted in Orange County as the ,

served. The dining room! was beautifully best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand 4
decorated. After dinner was new pictures, First run in
no oneever will, because our trees are the best
over the guests repaired to the par-
lor, where several musical selectionswere and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure. Orlando and licensed ,.

rendered by :Mrs. Simmons, of
Muskegon, Mich. Then the meetingwas \Vho ever heard of one untrue to name or'whoever "'A Hornet's Nest," Edison Comedy.

called to order by the president, heard of an ignored claim?
Mrs. Rhodes, who began by reading "
"Across Swift Current's Pass Horseback
several selections from the Bible, on \Ve offer you first choice irom the largest stock on Edison Scenic.

the subject of woman. The roll was in the world for this season's planting and suc- "
your Sea
then called by the secretary, and all "Destiny of the or Love Like a Tameless Tide.
{ with stock is assured when .
responded withi current events, except cess our already your Lubin drama"Luella's
eleven. And be it understood that grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- ,

there were twelve members present. sonal inspection ol land when requested on "
your any
Therefore, just how many did respond Love Story, Vitagraph, featuring Julia Swayne
of Suitable
? Several articles were sold, planting 300 trees or more. discountsto .
Gordon and Teft Johnson.
the returns from which are to go towards planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best r

buying a rug for the pulpit of of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
the Methodist church at Fairvilla. A
committee was appointed. After the TODAY and Miss Ruth Pearl TODAY

business meeting was over a s.treak of 5 and 10 Cents
in New songs 5 and 10 Cents
sunlight came outs which they had been ADDRESS .
waiting eagerly for all day, and they
all rushed to the lawn, where Mrs. Continuous Performance from 3:30 to 10
Gaynor took a kodak picture of the
group. After much more sociability I OOKLAAHA NURSERIES
and good cheer the club adjourned
j
I Il Children 5c PRICK TODAY Adults
with a vote of thanks to their host lOc

tess.Those Dept. 23 Tangerine Fla. b
present, including members -,

; and guests of honor, were: Mesdames ..II..III.II ..,... ... .......... ., ...... ..
t: S. J. Rhoades, W. E. Giles, W. T. Wil- --- FRIDAY Three Reel Feature. Special Musical Program and Mr. i: i
son, E. A. Merriman, D. H. Thorn eellllll.e.III".III"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.j 1, Comely in Violin Solos. ; ;<
f-- ton, B. B. Clark, Lois M. Burd, T.,

Rice, Cummins Berner, I. B. Yates, FOR SALE .'I.t"'I"IIIIIOIQ'III"leIIIIIIIOIIII.t .eDIIIII( tlllllllllllll.ICH
: W. T. Chapman, G. E. Hill, Gagnon, 111111111111'IIDGltt I'iD'liPllllttlllll'Citl'OI" IIIJ'Ii __ _;;;;iiii ii
Chadwick, Hendricks, C. A. Gearhart, !
Simmons, and E. P. Paige; Misses
New Two-Story Modern For and
Henderson, Giles and Hill; Messrs.S. : Economy pur-
J. Rhoades, B. B. Clark, W .T. chase
block from WRIGHT power of your mon-
House
Wilson, D. H. Thornton, Simmons, E. one REALTY &SBBDCO /
A. Merriman and John Chapman Jr. FOR REAL ESTATE ey, "Try Wrights Farm
After the large rains last week the Lucerne Circle.
" Our Business and
That Garden Seeds. in
well at Mr. Eunice's can be seen t
spouting again. Orlando F1oida.
bulk. "Motto"
: Mr. George W. Paige is having bath Helen Wright Owner Quantityand
conveniences installed in his home Quality.Fresh .
; this week by Joseph Raehn company.
:Mrs. A. B. :Morse has been on the 113 AMERICA STREET Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
1 sick list but is recovering. .....,..." ,1111",1"1,11"11,1111111". " ,,,,. :cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

Mr. Gaston, an old. veteran who has T dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents: quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
been living on the Holden place, was THREE REASONS WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents pint.
taken to town Sunday by Sheriff Gor- Ibs. Ass't Fruits "That Xmas Present" delivered
Individual Package 10 by Express,
don, on a charge of insanity. Why You Should Daily Regularly Sentinel Read the Coal Wood Yard, $1.50, phone a 566.strand up. Hand's 9-31-tf I (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

CREW OF FIVE ESCAPE WHEN
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SCHOONER SINKS I
First. Because in it you will find, I

Boston, Jan. 27.-The Boston fish not simply once in a while but every FIRE INSURANCE
day, the latest authentic news.
ing schooner Olive F. Hutchins sank
in the harbor today two minutes after Second. Because its news of Or- .
she had been run down by the steamer lando and vicinity is more completeand

"_ George A. Hubbard, owned by the more up-to-date than that of any fhe taTto
city of Boston. Capt. Merton P. other paper. ; ( Success.i .
'Because it reflects the life''
Hutchins and five of the crew jumpedto Third.
the steamer's deck. The other I and activity of your home community, -
eleven men aboard, who were in the and stands for all that is best therein. IIEALESTAU C JAHSEM
c load i '
< cabin when the crash occurred, hurriedly Just arrived car ,

launched the dories,from which W. T. ENTRICAN, for immediate i IMPROVED ANIUnmPRovEtf r4TARY{
they were rescued by the Hubbard.Use Offers to Qrlando the newest and best FORDS ORLANDO
of workmanship in the painting and UBUc
decorating trade. Phone 636. delivery.Get ,FLORIDA.
the Sentinel want columns. 1-21-lm ,

, yours now.

------ Office in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
: LUCERNE THEATRE F. G. RUSH,

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Phone 226
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I ElectricallyEquipped
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. :, The same Company and Production that played Atlanta .

last week. Prices, 5o-75-i.ooi.5o$2.oo. Seats or; e

sale Saturday, Jan. 31st at Estes Pharmacy. ,


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.thieved. 7 II.P. Twin .
'equipped with Electric Head LUht Electric T Iii Li'jht Electric SUntt
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ere Price$260JW. See Catalog for detailed deicnptioa. .


THE MARKET c({ ; MOTOCYCLES''ItY11U4W1t


s J FOR 1914

1T Of Cleanliness Of Quality j
60,000 brand-new red machines will go out ovdr the Indian
SALT MEATS trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle produCe
AND
FRESH tion in the history of the industry. ..,

XYrOIIEARTS FISH AND GAME They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Better
T ments for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
Kept under the best sanitary conditions. Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
and pure. head light,electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat
teries, electric signal, Corbin-Brown rear-drive speedometer. ,.
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
You cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without I thorough study of the 1914 "
u everything in the Meat Line. Indian Catalog It make plain I holt of compelling Indian ftcti that all motor-
I cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
cA. Cttalot-the moat interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read

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

CLEAN 4 H.P. Single Service Model.............................$200.00 j
7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five, Regular Model......... 225.00
7 H.P.Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00 \
t. H. M. Self & Co. 7 H.P.Twin Light! Roadster Model!...................... 260.00
J.HARTLEYMANNERS PIQUANT 7 H.P.Twia Two Speed, Regular Model................. 275.00
5 STREET | 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed,Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
PINE 7 H.P.Twin Hendee Special Model(with Electric Starter) 325.00 i

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Our reasonable prices are due to buying our GOLD CROWNS, 22k. (best can be had) . . . . . . . . $-.pp PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS FREE! .,

material in large quantities at greatly reduced BRIDGE WORK, per tooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.00 ,

prices which enables from the us largest to give dealers our patients in the the North very, SILVER FILLINGS . . . . . . . .-. . . .' . . . . . . . 1.00 WHEN OTHER ORK IS ORDERED ]1

highest class of work at about' one-half the price CEMENT FILLINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Under the New Method we can take your teeth

charged by the average dentist. GOLD FILLINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.50: and up out and replace the same day. J

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SEE FOR YOURSELF-THAT OUR WORK IS ABSOLUTELY FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT. DON'T BE MISLED BY A JEALOUS COMPETITOR MAKE ENGAGEMENTS -

BY LETTER, TELEPHONE OR TELEGRAPH. ASK ABOUT OUR LIBERAL OFFER AS TO RAILROAD FARE TO OUT-OF-TOWN PATIENTS. WE ARE

SPECIALISTS IN CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. .

OFFICE HOURS, ALL DAY. OUR MOTTO: "Live and Let Live." OUR TERMS: Part Down, Balance as Work Progresses.

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who Philadelphia has spent, -Jan.the last 27.-John twentyeightyears Rudy, ORLANDO BANK K a TRUST COMPANY '

tiary here of his, passed life in the out state of the peniten-gatesa M a SacrificeI .

free man today, the board of par-
dons having acted favorably upon the Orlando, Florida.

for his release. i ,
petition killed his' Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913 : S
Rudy in a fit of anger
father in Lancaster. He was sen-: RESOURCES ,
:
tenced to life imprisonment. He was( Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10 Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just I :
30 years old then; today he is 58. His Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
wife has long since divorced him and Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . :. . 26,018.33 one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved !
married again and with her two sons Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . .'. . 200,946.57 with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
elsewhere to live.
.J gone. I Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
During his prison term Rudy has I .. locations in Orlando.
saved money. His release was,brought \
about through the efforts of Dr. Rudy,! $656,382.24
his uncle, and brother of the slain I LIABILITIES The Price is Right

man. Capital Stock .) . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
I IiI Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86

JOSEPH CASSIDY ON TRIAL FOR Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38


York,BRIBERYNew 'Jan. 27.-Joseph Cas- 656382.21 1 Or1allo n Real l i Estate!t t Co '

sidy, one time' Democratic leader of\ Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68 .
Queens county and a political lieutenant Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . .'. $521,167.38 .
of Charles F. Murphy, was called

for trial today, charged with having Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The I Phone 504 Watkins Block
bribe by William Wil-
received
a paid officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
for nomination to the supreme -
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lett ,
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Willett court., convicted last week of hav- friends, and ,the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The ____ __ _____ ---------h____. ______ .__ _.
management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
ing ing sentence.given the bribe The ,alleged is in jail bribe await-was t the.conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in WE MAKE IT OUR BUSINESS
this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
the election of 1911. A
to
paid prior strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health To supply particular
Brooklyn newspaper published thecharge's ful statements to its patrons.M. Stationery, Office
and Willett was defeated. Supplies and Blank
M. SMITH, PresidentW. Books for particular people .

SHE73. DESPERATE-HAS ONLY M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier .

New York, Jan.LOVE 27.-Any single ;1:11111111: 1111111IIIIIIIIIII: :: II We try to please even the most fastid-
man in Iowa who has good teeth,
ious
and will welcome
isn't bald or redheaded and has a enquiries- about. the
good job may obtain a wife by communicating Read by the best people of Orlando I
with Mrs. Cyrille Brelig- and Orange county, the Sentinel' special goods you have not been able to pro

niere, of Brooklyn. Although married brings splendid success on all kindsof cure elsewhere.Our .
at fourteen and widowed two years business.
:Mrs. does not be- .. staple line
later Breligniere <: .. ::; comprises enough to fill
lieve romance is dead and today ad- Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of :.::: \ .. ::r

mitted that she had written SheriffJ. Florida's best fruit trees, easily :I.:..: j." .:. .. ... all ordinary demands. -
F. Griffin, of Des Moines, asking reached from all parts of Orange, ; .... .':. Our
that he find her a hubby. Lake, Seminole,'Osceola and Volusia : ,. : 4(1.. . :..1.( ,. : .:.. .., :: :...F. .'. :priees will. .bring future orders. t
"All I have to give is love," said counties by auto over hard surfaced tf ( : W. S. BRANCH
Mrs. Breligniere, "and I do not ask roads, most convenient for all planters '. ,
'.- that my prospective husband have lots and most reliable in Florida. .,.. ,, :. ,
t of money. I won't bar a widower, Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. ; The Arcade Book and Music Store
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provided he has only one child." Write for catalog. .

FOR SALE f 'j ,

Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and '
tIV QI It ten acres of garden land, one hun- Just ReceivedNew
dred bearing orange trees, small
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house and barn. Price $2,500. .:::',.::::::.::.:.;:..::.:.:..::'. ::..:::::::::....
Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres ';:::::: ::;:-: :::/::
in four hundred bearing trees, .:..j.?. .::::::.::: \:::: ....
grove ....... .......... line of Foulards
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and two hundred young budded grape-ii ....: : : :,\%.....:...:.:. :::::: ::':<;.co Crepesand
(Imported) fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit c. :
F now on trees. Price $3,200. : :& Ga : other
Eighty acres, twenty-five acres Spring materials.
o cleared and fenced, house, and out- .: ; .
R buildings. Price $1,500. !% ::. V.1 !
Twenty acres on lake front, well .

S located trees. ,Price three$2,200.hundred bearing orange .. ., .... .. :JOSSES: HAMILTON & DUNN

A Twenty acres good fruit land on
L lake front, two acres bearing orange
: A grove, good six room house. Price

-- D $1,000.Twenty-five acres bearing orange I Agents for Barclay Corsets
S grove located on lake front within the
"'j. ; :city limits. Ideal location for subdi- McCall's Patterns
c vision. Price $10,500.J. S 'P1

0 :: E. CRAWFORDOffice
over Blue Drug Store -
K 0 117 S. Orange Avenue :, N.6irV.a:';aAyh'w;?:.os.a'exi3'K"roay,'fi'S.%i :iw' ;,',",:{:$,.. If you want to sell anything, re-
. Phone 404 WE FIT GLASSES
I member the Sentinel want column GRIND LENSES

IN -. A Scene in Oliver Morosco's Production of Everybody reads it. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
GMfDlCINAl "PEG O' MY HEART"J. OPTICAL REPAIRING
Dr. BucKmaster
Hartley Manners' Latest Success
The Attraction, at the Lucerne Wednesday, February 4th


USE | Osteopathic Physician W. T. ENTRICAX, Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor- MiimillilMtiiiilMlfjnno. ( WM. HARPER x
Makes a specialty of painting, paper- ida's best fruit trees, easily reached I (JOSEPHINE HARPER 1uG4
132 Orange Avenue ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi
Pints .......;... 50c. Phone 636. 1-21-lm nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by OSTEOPATHSOtdesttstabiished
Next door to People's Bank
. Quarts .......... $1.00 NOTICEI auto over hard surfaced roads, most Practice InOrlando DR. L H. RAMSDELL
j S Gallon ........... $3.50 up-stalrs. Acute and chronic i hereby give notice that after Jan- convenient for all planters and most OPTOMETRIST
diseases treated.Telephone uary 9th I will not be responsible for reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nur- 19 W. Church Street, UpStairsConsu
DELAXEYBERXETUY, any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. tationand Examination (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LWu)
578. Helen Gwynne. series, Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat- Free
Druggists, Orlando 1-11-tf WYNDOM P. GWYNNE. 1og. 11l..Jd.P---- ORLANDO FLORIDA :
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THE DAILY HOW THE WEATHER BUREAU SPARKS FROM THE WIRES MAUD JOHNSON ARRESTED FOR Take your repairing to Warman on Tend
MAKES FORECASTS For Sale Acre
LUNACY Court street 12.5 tf
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South Florida Sentinel
The growing popularity of Amen- Maud Johnson, a well known char-
[ ;- MORNING AND WEEKLY Many people have an idea that I can automobiles in foreign countries acter, was arrested yesterday and Grove Paying Big

JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. there is something mysterious and occult -:!is evidenced by the fact that exports placed in jail on a writ of lunacy. Subscribe for the Sentinel
t' '
J about the work of the weather of motor cars are 20 times as mud Prolits.
Entered at the poetoffiee at Orlando Florida
J." u Second Class Mail Matter. '!. bureau in forecasting the coming of I now as a decade ago. In a statement
t storms, frosts and floods. Not a few. the department of commerce an 'HilllllliMIMMIIiMMMMMMMIMMIMIIIIHMLatest Located East of Town
7 TO ADVERTISERS: near city
r think that the observers must neces-I I nounces that the value of automobile '
*[ Copy for display and all other hand-set I, 1 limits on a beautiful lake. .500 full
their data the
V advertising mast be handed in at the business sarily get by reading and parts thereof exported for tt:t;
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. planets, the stars and the moon. Asa last year approximate $40,000,000 r bearing orange trees, 150 to two year
i the day before publication. This role appliest matter of fact the forecaster of the
to change for contract advertising; it is I compared with only $2,000,000 a decade old budded grape fruit trees Crop
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. bureau foretells the coming of disturbances -' ago.
in a business-like way, very this year: 1600 boxes that sold for
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Patterns and Colors in
similar to that in which a man who Tho American people drank 70,000 dollar box.
One Year ................. ...$5.00 one per Prospects for
has ordered a shipment of goods 000 gallons whiskey, smoked 4,090 .
Six Months ..... .. ... .. .... ... 2.50 Ginghams and PercalesSee 3000 boxes this year... Has been
would estimate the date of its ar 300,000 cigars and puffed 8,711,000,00
Three Months ........ .. ....... 1.25 fertilized twice
In Advance. rival. cigarettes during the six months end- the new line ot this year and is in
.i .. Storms as a rule do not originatein ed December 31, according to figures perfect condition. If sold in ten

: THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914. the United States. They come to announced by Commissioner Osbornof Ladies' Muslin Underwear
1 days price is $6500.Cooper .
from the ,,
us, some Philippines, Japan, the internal revenue bureau. The

Just a little more than two weeks Siberia, Alaska, Canada or the Gulf revenue collected from distilled spir-

until the fair opens. Are you ready! of Mexico. The weather bureau gets its amounted to $85,862,712, the whiskey McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT & Atha
o cable, telegraphic or wireless noticeof I tax being $16,142,854; tobacco,

The Tampa Times says if John a foreign storm. Station after sta- $41,296,593; corporation tax, $3,110-

Lind had chosen to be a barber in- tion, or vessel after vessel reportsthe 700; cigarettes, $10,899,000, and cigars STORE Exclusive Agents

stead of a diplomat he would have storm's arrival in its neighbor. $12,270,000.Not '0
hood, so that the general directionand 114 SOUTH ORANGE AYE.
been a great success. Certain it is
that Lind will never be accused of rate of progress can be deter- less than 1,500,000 cubic yardsof 128 S. Orange Ave.

emitting too much chin music. mined very early. In fact, the arrival earth and rock, and possibly more, Orlando FloridaMMIMMMMIIIMIiltMi
of some storms can be foretoldten will have to be removed from the
J, -
Editor Edmonds of the Manufacturers' days in advance. famous Cucaracha slide in the Cule-
Record has found that Florida When weather disturbances 'I bra cut before it will cease to be a

has a summer climate as well as a ported, the forecasters know from experience menace to the channel, according to I
winter climate, but we fail to under- about how long it takes them I advices'received at the isthmian canal 'fHMMHMIMMilllMMMIMMMIIMilillllinilil

< stand how the Baltimore editor made to reach our Pacific coast, and then:commission. The engineers by con- Supreffle Auto Oil i

the discovery just at this season. how long after they will reach the*stant work with seven dredges have HttllltliMMilliitHltitniftffttttMtlMlllltttt

0 I Atlantic coast. For example, if a I managed to keep open a channel 160(

A New York woman who has been' storm coming from Siberia drifts !feet wide at the narrowest point. But : A. Y. FU t.LER R. L. FOX The oil that has
visiting Tampa since it was a villageof eastward around the North Pole and the whole side of the hill continues in

six hundred souls holds the record reappears in Alaska, it should appearin slight motion from the top clear to stood the supreme -
by having made eighty trips to that Washington and Oregon in about the edge of the canal channel and the THE PALMS AUTO CO test

city. She is not exactly a trippinglass two days; should get to the Great slide is more than a third of a mile

at present, but she can claim to Lakes in six days and to the Atlantic long. REO MOTOR CARS
have literally watched Tampa grow. coast in seven or eight days. ====== THAT: _

o To keep tab on cold waves that The protecting wing of the federal For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
The value of advertising has been come into the United States from government would be extended over
:'.. given remarkable testimony in the Canada and Alaska, the weather bureau every chicken, duck, goose and turkey full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof Good Gulf Gasoline

fact just brought to light that the studies the Canadian weather shipped in interstate commerce undera competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
.' Canadian government has been pay- reports. England sends reports from bill introduced by Representative
ing vast sums to the publishers of Iceland, the British Islands and con- Difenderfer of Pennsylvania. The guaranteed.

"patent prints" to induce American tinental Europe, and daily reportscome measure authorizes the interstate .

farmers to settle in Canada. Many from St. Petersburg on the con- !commerce commission to see that food
thousands of dollars were paid to a ditions in Russia and Siberia. and drink are supplied to all poultry
single concern for this service.A The same business-like system used inJ i shipment within 24 hours of the THE PALMS AUTO CO : P. G. WALTON, Agt.

o in tracing the track of a storm is time it is crated.

in fell six inches applied in determining the arrivalof
negro Tampa
FULLER & FOX
Proprietors.HtttltMttMtmiMBMMIIIMMMMOttilltlMMMf. PHONES 450269IHIMMMMillllltM
yesterday and broke his neck. A few frosts. WHAT "EFFICIENCY" MEANS TO

days ago a working girl in New York Flood forecasts are made in much THE HOUSEWIFEIs /
1 ; attempted suicide by jumping from the same way. Information as to the

the top of a six story building but amount of rainfall at the headwaters the American housewife facinga

failed to accomplish as much as the !of streams that cause floods are covered great revolution? Is the efficiencyidea

Tampa negro did in a six inch drop. by telegraphic reports sent by which has already revolutionized -
t Don't know just what moral this conveys -, local observers. As this rain reachesthe many industrial plants, now go-
so any reader is at liberty to I main channel, the height of the ing to attack that last stronghold of
reach his own conclusions.The water in the channel is determined by tradition-the American home!

o i successive gauging stations. Past Signs point that way. The ideasof
idea of an arch at the poast records establish how much a height,! motion study, standardized condi-
Line station to advertise the fair is say of 20 feet at Dubuque, Iowa, will tions of work, scientific managementof .

not a bad one. As a matter of fact, produce at Davenport, another station servants, had simply to be an- 1
there should be some such display by 80 miles down the Mississippi. This nounced to strike a responsive chord \
of letting passengers on the plan is followed all the way down the intelligent home makers. Ef-
way among
Man is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry.The .
river
trains know something of the extent and at each point full allowanceis ficiency is in the air, and has permeated -
and importance of Orlando, for littleof made for the effects of water from to the kitchen no less than to majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule -

it is seen from the trains. Such tributaries, and from additional and I the counting room, and to general
advertising would cost little and it local rainfall. As a result of these home making-even to woman her- not as expensive jewelry as ladies, but of necessity he has
.
might be the means of attractingsome observations in the recent flood, the to wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring,
settlers and investors. people of Cairo had warning a weekor self.No one disputes that the home is
ten cuff links vest chain and numerous other articles all
o days in advance. The Pitts- the last of great industries remain- are

tiThe experiments with radium as a burg district can be given only 12 to ing unorganized. Every other great to be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men's
cure for cancer have not proved entirely 24 hours' notice, because a flood is division of the work of the world has
: satisfactory, and treatment upon them within 24 hours after a become more or less emancipatedfrom jewelry. Quality the best. Stocks the largest.T.H.Evans .

with it is sometimes more injurious heavy rain storm. personal drudgery, from the an- ..t

than beneficial It is evident from cient apprentice system, from, un-

< what little has been learned of this MUST GIVE AGE standardized work and pay. ;

wonderful agency that it is to be of For this reason those who formerly '

great value in the future, but it is Chicago, Jan. 28.-Women who desire gladly entered the ranks of household .
also evident that the profession must to workers have been attracted to many
; register on February 3 to be
learn much more about it than is able to vote at the aldermanic' pri- other professions. According to fig- t

known before it can be used with maries must tell their exact ages, ures compiled by the Business Bourse,
safety. In the meantime it may be families employing servants number a
according to special instructions issued -
expected that some will become vic- only 8 per cent. of the populationwhich r
today by the board of elections.
tims in the interest of science. "Each means that the average Amer-
woman must state her age
o ican woman does the bulk of her
"
in
years, instructions read. "A woman's -
Judge Speer's enemies are rising up own housework.-From "Putting the
j. voting age,. like a man's, is S
and smiting him now that they havea American Woman and Her Home on the JewelerOPPOSITE
twenty-one years, not eighteen, as
chance. Though blessed with a a Business Basis," by Christine Fred-
some suppose. Eighteen years is the ,
.\ giant intellect and dignified bearing, common law marriage age. It has erick, in the American Review of Re-
this man seems to have prepared views for February.
nothing to do with the election law." POSTOFFICE
himself for crushing disgrace in his

old.age by giving way to an irascible A concern at Fruitland Park, Lake Mr1; Robert S. Arnau, aged 62
temper and the dictates of an impe- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
county, is making a novel offer to years, and fora long time a trusted
rious will which considered no man home seekers, viz: to take the first official of St. Augustine, died last
so highly as his own well being and
watermelon produced on ten Friday night.
crop
comfort. It is plain that the lawyersand
acre tracts in full payment for the
others in his district want him
land. Sentinel want ads. are read.
.& removed from office, and it will be
.
surprising if they do not succeed in ---- --- - ---
having their desire gratified.An I Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place

exhibition on o the streets of New Studebakers are HereFour .

Orlando yesterday afternoon attracted -
Saturday
the attention of hundreds and Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar

drove spectacle a lesson of a man home without to many.hands The or $1,115. the last day in which to crowd the balance of this extraordinary

feet preaching the gospel of good Four Cylinder Landau-Roadster, $1,265.Six January's business. '

cheer, a man who had looked the grim Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, FOE
world in the face for a quarter of a $1,640. I '
century in his mutilated condition and
given it the cheery ha-ha, was a sightto Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All on January 31st comes the end of the most remarkable clearawaysale

make most of us with complete Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and of

bodies ashamed of our poor accom- starter..-and every up-to-day equipment. Come years.Oddments
plishments and our frequent railings around and see them.
against fate and conditions. It is no

wonder that people tumbled over! Of everything appertaining to woman's wear will be cleared out at prices even lower

themselves to contribute money to San Juan Garage Co. -much lower-than the Removal Sale prices. Dress Goods, Silks, Laces, Underwear
the poor wretch, and one reason for
All reduced absolute clearance.MARION .
i Ribbons, etc., etc. to
their readiness to give was the fact

:' that he didn't ask for a red cent All Night ServiceAJAX
There are those who cling to the faith

that there is some good purpose hid- E. JVES

den in every misfortune; the obvious TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles Five

good in this, man's unfortunate con- cent off for cash S. Avenue Orlando
per Orange
dition is the wholesome lesson of ,

i; gratitude which he teaches others.

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DEATH OF CAPT. RICHARD H. ORGANIZERS OF INTERSTATELIFE and Childrens' Clothing and Furnishings, Millinery

WADE MARKS- INSURANCE CO. HERE I IFAVORnESTig[ 8

THE TUNER News was received in Orlando Messrs. Walter Colson and J. D. B. E MILLER, Manager f Third Floor
yes-
ORLANDO, FLA. terday of the sudden death of Capt. Atkisson, of Gainesville; are in Orlando ---I I

Richard H. Marks, which occurred in the interest of the Interstate 5 Matinee 2 to 10 P. M. S

his home in Sanford in the early partof at Life Insurance company, which was I| Admission 5 cents I Furniture, Rugs, House Furnishings, Hard-

Mrs. P. E. Coffman arrived yester- the morning. Death was due to an recently organized in their home city, IDallDCDallDCDalEDCDallDCDallDCa ware, China and Glassware, BricaBracVillow-
attack of acute indigestion. and for which they are -o'iiciting
Ohio.
day from Dayton, Capt. 1
Marks was well known stock subscriptions. Mr Colson is ware, Etc.Two .
The "Living Pictures" will be a throughout "Trail of the Lonesome Pine" (Fron.) ;
and of the
Orange and Seminole counties secretary manager company -
show of distinctividuality. 28-2t hav- A gripping drama of the Virginiahills.
been and Mr. Atkissor is financial
ing
resident
a of
Mr. C. E. Bacon, of Birmingham, for many years prior to Orange the creationof county representative. The company has an Electric Elevators Come in and
Ala., is a late arrival at the San Seminole. He had authorized capital stock of $300,000, "The Stolen Love" (Imp.)

Juan. friends in Orlando, and some many of warm these and these gentlemen are attemptingto A spectacular two-reel! drama. see Orlando's Largest Store.

Mr. E. A. Thomas has just returned will attend his funeral which is to be secure the interest of Orlando people Coming soon
"IVANHOE"In
from a few days' business trip to held at Sanford this morning at ten to the extent of subscribing fora. .
four from the book by
Atlanta.Mr. o'clock, among them being Messrs. portion of it. They are presentingtheir parts, i /
Sir Walter Scott, the great Scotch
W. L., Pebler, of Greensboro, B. M. Robinson, Wm. Martin, W. E. proposition is an attractive Ivanhoe, "' 1111'11111111111111.11111"111111111111111111111.
writer.
1 N. C. ,is in Orlando, a guest at the Martin and Arthur Butt. Capt. manner, and it is likely that it will King Baggot as
Baird Rebecca and
Leah as 2,000
San Juan. Marks was about seventy years of receive considerable support from Or- people. $100,000 production- till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III I'

Mrs. Alida Sutton has arrived from age. He had no children, but is sur- lando.IS watch for dates.ANNUAL. I

Clintondale, N. Y., to spend the win- vived by his wife. I,
COMING TO ORLANDO FROM .
ter season. For Rent
WILL SELL THIRTY LOS ANGELES MEETING
Messrs. P. H. Brockway and W. S. LOTS IN

Crommett, of Clermont, were visitorsto OAKWOOD PARK AT AUCTION Of Orlando Peace Society, at Presbyterian -
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 23, 1914.
-
Orlando yesterday.Mr. Lecture Room, Friday evening,
E. H. Rein and J. F. Nein, Editor Sentinel-Here we are out January 30th, at 7:30. Business meet-
and Mrs. A. Harris, of New the Orlando Land representing in California, Mrs. Gibson and I. We ing, followed by address on Interna-

York city, are among the popular ment company, have returned Develop-to Or- do miss the good times and good of tional Philadelphia.Peace by Mr. Joseph Elkintor.1 Furnished house on Lake :
at the San Juan.
guests lando. A year ago they were here friends we met in your charming city

Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Caruthers have and bought a tract of land in the last winter, and we do hope to getaway NOTICE
arrived in Orlando from Clearwaterand southwest part of the city which they from here in time to spend a I Lucerne, March 15th to No- ;

will make their home here. platted and subdivided few weeks in Orlando before the hot I hereby give notice that I will not
as
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Smith and Park. About two-thirds of these.Oakwood lots season begins. Hope this will find be responsible by my wife for, Mrs.any Jos.debts Cusworth contracted -, vember 1st.

Miss Carrie Smith, of Germantown, have been sold and several houses have you all 0. K. I wish you would sendme unless she has a written order from I

Ohio, are late arrivals in the city.Ladies' been built by those who purchasedlots. the Sentinel for a month. Hope me.
hair There are, however my old friends, Senator J. E. Buxton 1-29-3t JOS. CUSWORTH.FOR I -
dressing, massage, about thir- s. cwA :
ty lots unsold which and lIon. Pliny Norcross, are all .
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber they will sell at
RENT-Furnished large room,
public auction right.
Shop. 1-2-tf Thursday, February 5. home bath hot and cold
in modern ; ..
With best wishes for all folksat
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wurts, of Cleve- your water; telephone; close in. 312 North HiMMIilll_ MMIMIMIIIIIIM. *
the Sentinel office I remain -- -- --- -- -- - ---- - - --- - =
Mr. John B. l-29-6t
Anderson, of Danville Main street.
land, \\ho are making a tour of the I. MMMMMI8MMMMMMHMIIMMIHMIMMMMMM
Va., is in Orlando Your friend,
few in today, registeredat
state, are spending a days our
the San Juan. JAMES GIBSON, 1913 HARLEY DAVIDSON motor Fresh
city.Mrs. Messrs. Blasier Apartments, 641 St. Paul cycle, used but little, perfect con, Vegetables
G. R. Wrenn has arrived in R. Crolson and H. B. Ad- Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. dition throughout. Address J. H''
Orlando from New York to visit her ams, of New York city, are in Or- Brink, P. 0. Box 502, Orlando, Fla.

son, Mr. A. R. Wrenn. She is stop- lando today, guests at the San Juan. 1-29-lw ?r- Received Every MorningWe
STRAY CATTLE ON RAMPAGE
ping at the San Juan. Dr. and Mrs. Burk Powell arrived

Mr. W. C. Nelson arrived yesterdayfrom yesterday from Elbia, Iowa, and are Last night between 11 and 12 LUTHER THE FLORISTCut carry the greatest variety of any grocery
look after business the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
to
Chicago
of cattle visited East
o'clock a herd Flowers in the city.
Buxton, on Lucerne Circle.
interests here. Mr. Nelson is a large
Anderson street and did considerable
land holder in this section. Miss Blanche Willis, a talented and damage to flower gardens and truck ROSES, VIOLETS, BiscuitsWill
Dog
Miss Catherine Hill, of Washington charming young lady of Crystal River patches of the citizens residing in CARNATIONS PANSIES
,
Ga., will arrive this evening to who has been visiting her friend, that neighborhood.The .

be the guest of Miss Nell Thomas at Miss Lavinia Fuller, at 307 East Pine bovines destroyed fifty head of POTTED PLANTS keep your canine healthy.

her home on Lucerne Circle. street, left last night for Atlanta and fine cabbage and considerable other

Miss Ruth Flynn, of Henderson Franklin, N. C. garden sass of Mr. E. W. Pugh, anda Fresh Cocoanuts, Candy Figs,

ville, N. C., and Miss Ella Wilson, of Dr. C. E.. Heaton and wife, of Bald- sack of oats and bale of hay for
Memphis, Tenn., are visiting Orlando. winsville, N. Y.; Mrs. Mary A. Hoose, Mr. E. H. Gore. This is the second Good Wood - $1.50 Nut Meats

They are stopping at the San Juan. Mr. Chas. Peck and mother, Mrs. Sarah visit of stray cattle to the premisesof Better Wood $2 2nd $2.25

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mehan, of Brad- Peck, of Syracuse, N. Y.:, spent Messrs. Pugh and Gore within less

field, Mass., are among the recent arrivals yesterday in Orlando en route to their than two weeks. At last accounts the Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 p

at the San Juan. They expectto winter home in Clermont.L. officers were hunting for the cattle THE SANITARY GROCERY

spend some time in this section. C. Hewett, of Kansas City, Mo., with searchlights and lariats. This won't last long,

das taken a position as salesman with Stock while can.
Eat what you want. up you CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Eat all you want. Scruggs & Dickson. He is recom- WORTH KNOWINGThe
Take a postscript and forget it. mended as. one of the best in his line,
... OrlandoVooil\ Yard 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
For sale all -
by druggists.
and will be ,a valued acquisition to human voice can be heard 150
l-T-d&w-lyr
the sales force of the Dickson & Ives yards, a military band 2,500 yards, a
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Skinner, of I 104W. Pine St.

Norwich, N. Y., have arrived in Or- company.Mr. rifle 5,300 yards, a cannon 35,000 I B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

khdo on a visit to their pants: Mr. and MrsJohn Blalock, of yards. : T M4.ji ;. . . . I . . . M .8MimtMlllim4Ji4
The Sentinel be heard in
and Mrs. Jira Skinner, 115 East Barnesville, Ga., who are spending a can every I - -
few weeks in Oakland visited I direction. Send in your subscription .. "
Amelia avenue. Mr. ...., ' III'IIIIIIIIIIIIEE
and Mrs. T. H. Fuller and or advertisement.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Congdon and Sunday

daughter, Miss Dorothy, have arrived Monday. They were so pleased they VA S.A.LE
from Cleveland, Ohio, and are located contemplate coming here for a while The Germania club will give a

at the residence of W.; H. Eaton, before returning home. masque ball in Jacksonville on the I 6th we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters
night of February 17th, and it prom- Commencing Tuesday, January ,
at Summerlin Place. Mrs. Laura Swearingen, Mrs. W. A.
for CASH.
ises to prove the greatest event of IVool Underwear at cut prices
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Osborn and Lightsey, Miss L L Wilson, Miss Lu
the kind ever held in the state me- '
Miss Alice L Sebing, of Kalamazoo, Wilson, Miss Florrie Hawkins and ; Overcoats
$25.00 $17.50
tropolis.
:Mich., are included among the guestsof Miss Edna Boyd motored up from $30.oo Suits $20.50 Overcoats
the San Juan who will make an Bartow yesterday and attended the 25.00 Suits 17.50 20.00 14.75
indefinite stay in Orlando. Maud Powell concert at the Lucerne Dade county is to have a second I 22.50 Suits 15.75 18.00 Overcoats 13.50
theater; last bank, but it will be known as the First 16.50 Overcoats 12.00
evening. They are guestsof
The program this afternoon at the 20.00 Suits 14.75
National bank of Dade county. A
the San Juan.
Rosalind club will be bridge and "five
building 60x100 feet win be constructed -
hundred." The games will start Mrs. Jennie Jenks and Mrs. Julia J. I SWEATERS HATS'
for the institution. William Redding -
promptly at three o'clock. Mrs J. N.McElroj. Becker, of Millerton, N. Y., have arrived will be president of the new $3.00 Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats $3.50
: committee chairman. in Orlando for a visit of several
bank. Sweaters 1.7) 4.00 Hats 2.75
Dr. J. M. Masters, one of Port Or- weeks, after a short stay in Jackson- 2.50
ange's leading physicians, was among ville. These ladies have never before 2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 Hats 2.25
the professional men in Orlando last been in Florida, and express them- Subscribe for The Daily SentinelOSTEOPATHY 1.50 Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75

night. He came to attend the med- selves as being delighted with the Remember \ye only handle the celebratedHartSchafiner & Marx line 01 Clothes

ical men's banquet at the San Juan. beauty and charm of this city. Theyare All Men's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Merriman, who located with Mr. and Mrs. P. P.

came here a few days ago from Bris- McGraw, on East Robinson avenue. DR. J. C .HOWELL
SCRUGGS&DICKSONThis
tol, Conn., have purchased the residence Eat what you want. hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
of W. H. McClinchey on Ridge- Eat all you want. extra charge for house treatment
wood avenue, and will make this their Take a postscript and forget.it. Telephone connections store is the home of Hart Schaftner & u1arx clothes
For sale all
. by durggists.
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can afford to to it.
$100.00 FACTORY ROOF you pay own
$ DON 311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf I N i
EIGHT-ROOM furnIshed house; gas
1 and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson California
DOG FOR SALE-If the
New York, Jan. 27.-Homesick, gentlemanthat
Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
avenue,
on
wanted to buy a good dog will 5
AND $25.00 PER MONTH
Mary Lucas, 33 old, who workedin
years I call at Mr. Holland's
carriage shop, FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom Bungalows
BUYS A HOME. a shirtwaist factory, received probably he can see the dog work. l-28-3t to persons wishing suburban

fatal injuries in a spectacular attempt accommodations also 2 acres good
;
Call at office for particulars.
my at suicide. FOR SALE-One car of nice milk truck land, close in. Good opportunity On Good Size Lot with
cows, all fresh and heavy springers. Driveway
....... Just before quitting time she wentto for right person. Address "A,
Good color, and the
f prices are right Sentinel. 9-8tf
We have some excellent invest- the roof of the six-story factory I J. W. Stegall, Thomasville, Ga. iI I i Only Two Remain Unsold.
ment propositions listed this week. building in Williamsburg and jumped.She l-28-6t FOR RENT-Large sunny front: {
convenient for house- I
room light
Some will dividends in rent of fell thirty feet to the roof of afire ;
pay
FOR SALE OR 'KENT-With stock keeping. 217 Robinson Ave., east. Price
18 per cent. We personally guarantee engine house. Then she jumped and tools, best farm in county; variety l-28-3t $2 750Real

them to do it. from the fire house roof to another fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-

Seven room house and over 1 acre roof, a distance of ten feet. She was I lando to-date, J.buildings Van Buskirk., etc. Box 144 12-21-tf, Or- MISCELLANEOUS- Values, As Rapid Sales Plainly Show. Ask !

in grove, six blocks from Orange unable to get up and rolled to the
WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply Your Real Estate Man To Show Them To
; S avenue. Will cut up into seven lots. edge and fell fifteen feet more to the I FOR SALE-Four-passenger Buickcar Orland hotel 1-6-tf, You To- ;

High and dry and select neighbor- engine house yard. I 1912 make. Has recently been day.
hood. Water, lights and seweragein Her legs and arms were broken. overhauled, fine running order. Go- YOUNG LADY desires position; gen-
ing away is reason for selling. Price eral office work; references. Address
street. Price only $3150. New. Physicians say she,can not live. "
$400. Address Owner, 511 E. Orange; 1\1, Sentinel office. 1-13-lw I i -
Beautiful homes at sacrifice prices street, Lakeland, Fla. l-22-6t: j

Ranging from $1500 to $6000. Closein Six negroes have been arrested in FOR LOST-On Orange avenue Monday, pair, on of Pine nose street glasses or Fred B. Dale
SALE-Thoroughbred
and easy terms. Tampa charged with conducting a Jersey. attached to patent holder. Return to
bull calf solid fawn color fine
; ; spec-
this office for reward. 1-22-tf
systematic robbery. The negroes were imen for breeding from registered
i
in wholesale stock. Quick sale at reasonable OWNER
employed a warehouseand price.. YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHERand 1
. "" it is alleged that they "fixed" Inquire of George"W. Eldredge, Manager -, book keeper, with 6 years' experience r
"The Palms, Winter
Park Fla.
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to have another handsome build-

Hand Bldg., Church St. ing, the home of the law department.And .

. the best of it is, from all accounts Corner
DOZIER SAYS OCKLAWAHA PRO- the law department !'f Florida's I THE[ [ENTERPRISE[ [ MEAT MARKET[

fine ,college is to
worthy lodgein
JECT MUST WIN OUT
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the costliest buildings.Miami Me Lake and Anderson
21 East Pine Street
.:. Leesburg, Fla., Jan. 26, 1914. tropolis.R. )

Orlando Sentinel, Orlando, Fla.: ORLANDO FLORIDA
,
Gentlemen:-One of my friends in C. Forest, a bill collector of Pen- Streets

Orlando kindly mailed me a clipping sacola, sustained a serious accident

from your esteemed paper. This clip- last Thursday afternoon, when he
JUSTOPENED
ping is most complimentary to me, tripped on a cord which extended
MIBtiMllliliMIIMHIIIHItlllMtttMillHittit
though I feel it is more than I de from the awning of a store to a ringin I Everything new and complete. As sani- I

serve. I must say that I am grate- the 'sidewalk. When he fell he
ful to you for your splendid opinion, held a pencil in his hand and it penetrated Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,I WANT TO BUY an orange or grapefruit tary as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest
Court street. 12-5-tf grove. Address B. B., box Meats of all kinds.
and I thank you most heartily for his chest, causing a severe on I 566. l-27-2w

the contents of this clipping, which is wound. Physicians are hopeful that
FOR SALE WANTED-Man who understands
now pasted in my scrap book with he will recover. Five-room bungalow; three spacious orange culture would like to take Fish and Oysters in Season

many other nice notices from the \ piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- care of grove. Address J. E. Miller,

state press.I Griffing trees give results. Office ern 1-15-lm improvements. 506 Lexington St. 1-27-lw 315 Piedmont avenue, Orlando, Fla. Courteous attention; prompt service and '

have just returned from Washington opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales- FOUND-Pair of heavy gold rim prices right. Give me a trial. I
but.. only for a few days. Will man. 12-25-tf THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round spectacles on Lake Eola. Ownercan
go back again next week. The Ock- timber; cut over once; three acres have same by calling at this
4 lawaha must win out. cleared and planted in orange and fice, identifying same and paying of-I
EVERY ONE SUFFERING WITH grapefruit; lake front and beautiful'this ad. J. A. COX ProprietorPHONE
Very truly,
SEVERE COLDS location for a home; one mile and a AGRICULTURAL ,
blasting, ditching,
L. E. DOZIER. quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M.
Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf subsoiling, tree planting, stump
For the last week everybody in Or- blowing, orchard renovating; land 105
OLD FASHIONED VERMONT lando seems to have a severe cold, anda JACKSONVILLE HOTEL FOR SALE cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand
WINTER real bad cold is about the most annoying supplies. Estimates cheerfully
The St. Albans; located in heart of furnished. L. N. Lewis
thing a person can have. It 406 East St.,
In order that there
t may be no is said that colds are contagious, andit city; modern in every respect; forty Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm
doubt) about this being what in the must be true, for when one cheerful rooms. Doing good steady all
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= hot summer time often is referred to a family catches a cold, the rest of the year round business. Ill health YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
as a "good old fashioned Vermont the family generally has one also. cause of sale. Ten thousand cash, ring 448 for the Arcade Press-
Lots of people in Orlando say De- terms on balance. For full particu- ing Club. The boy will call. Club Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTItON
winter, the mercury every day or lars, address owner, Mrs. D. J. Con-
Laney & Abernethy make a cold cure, !I rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe-
two takes another plunge to the called D. C. Capsules, which only roy, Jacksonville, Fla. cialty. 1-10-lm !

depths of the bulb and householders takes a few doses to break up the FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
, return to the shovel and furnace most severe cold. 123tiPEOPLE'S Desirable dwellings in Pittsburg, ings and cut hair to 305 Garland offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

again and again. '- ----- ------ ,-- Pa.; good income values from $1,500up. street. We will make them as de- rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
Most every one is perfectly willing Will exchange for Orange county Nickolas sired, or&purchase Nickolas.same for 12-30-1m cash. Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

s to admit that this good old fashioned fANTSMUNNIMAKERS property, improved preferred. What six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special r

winter business is being worked to a have Church you street to offer, Orlando? Address, Fla., 305 East LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base- ,

point where it has lost its popularity. l-21-6t-ltw ," somewhere on the Orlando ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
streets Monday. If found, leave at the
furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
t
Sentinel office, and receive reward of
Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale For FOR SALE
The only warm people in Brattle- Rent etc.. for this column 25c for one day $1.00. M-tf House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
: boro this morning were two men who hoe for three days or $1.00 for one week for II Farm of twenty acres, ten acres lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
26 words or less. Money must accompanythe cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2 NOTICE
' got "all het up" arguing over the su advertisements for this column, as no miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake The books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
periority of motor driven fire apparatus insertions will be made on credit Davis." Good wire fence on threes voters in Orange county will be Open to all.
Small new house andi well. opened in my office at the Court
over horse drawn apparatus. The FOR SALE About 15,000 feet of saw timber. House on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY
official thermometer went down to 16: Land all dry and suitable for truck- and will be kept open six days in .
below and others went as far as anyone 1 j I FOR SALE-Bargains in improved ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to each week, until the first Monday in 307 West SL North.0rlaiidoMHtlttlillilllttftillttllltlilMIIIIIIIMIMtHIt
f cared to Brattleboro Daily f' and unimproved lands. See S. S. work it and will sell at a bargain. March, 1914. ,
say. I'I Bowman, owner, East Taft, Fla. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. W. L. DOLIVE,
Reformer, 23rd. lm l-12-lm-d&w 1-3-tf of
. I w- Supervisor Registration. *

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gram of pictures to be shown at . . .. Ii. -
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"The Open Door': (Broncho). reels. '!Ji '
"Where the Road Forks" (Amer.-Drama. 2 reels. "First Prize at the Cabaret" (Reliance). :. ; _
BEST PHOTO PLAY HOUSE
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The show runs from 2 to 6 m. Saturday t.
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trust his daughter's future with the Painter and interior decorator. New
reformer is a man who wants ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. 1
kind of a man that he wouldn't trust
than he if Expert workmen employed.
be better
one to
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every with the loan of a nickel for car fare. 1-21-1m
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Lot's wife turned to salt. 'But One advantage of being married
nowadays lots of wives turn to pep- %
and children is that don'thave
having you tate grapefruit for April to July
per.Away to use a nail when you lose a market assured the planter of Bo- .
l down in his heart every man
button off jour clothes. You can always went, Florida Standard and Marsh
knows that he is either clever or
find a safety pin on the floor.- Seedless varieties. Sold reasonable
good looking. Cincinnati Enquirer. prices for Al stock at Ocklawaha
Give a princess a $5 bill and she New Goods
Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Write for Arriving Daily
I will spend $498 for a new bag to
Sentinel want ads. get results. catalog. ,
carry the 2 cents in. j
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to understand why a husband' " " " " " " " 1
should need any spending money. 1j
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ing out of work doesn't know a The AltamonteALTAMONTE We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. 1
*blame thing about keeping out of
trouble. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. 1
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What has become of the old fashioned beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C.L Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
who used to think Maud S.
was the man speediest thing in the world? R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in inte- Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
The man who owns a big automo- most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on & Co. Best place in the city to trade. _
bile is always willing to agree with high ridge between two lovely 'lakes, 40 acres in parks. '
you when you argue that walking is Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
the finest exercise. Hotel has 500feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-
When a fellow can hand a girl a ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. '
dime's worth of junk and stained Only Alta onte Spring, water used. Illustrated booklet. W.
lass and she believes it is a $200 M.ORANGSLEMONS
ngagement ring-that is love.
When a grass widow marries a GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors E AVENUE
[grass widower they have it all over i
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llillllllllllllllllllllllllllll.lllllllllllllllilitl MAUD POWELL RECITAL AT THE -it h li p II>II'r'j i q j IJ I I('Ih I r(; { il r d {1 I 'llll" hNl Iirl'" I n.,; I lj tl ,rp N ,I'S"!1'' NN y I d y li1111 IV I r i Ij r iMi'" .Ir tl..{IuIi?I, ..y',;,I I,1, .ril;!,,I'! !IK!Nj I! h Np1l; ,lpw';;r ; 1,1I
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to be present it will not seem extrava-

TIIE'STATEBANKOFORIMDff gant to say that the recital given
.,' last night by Maud Powell surpassedin 1 to Peoples National llllifll1lk :

real artistic value any other musical ,

event heard here, even the for-

mer recitals of the marvelous artist Condensed Statement as rendered to = 4

i I 11 h herself. The incomparable Powell Comptroller of the Currency =i_
not only scored another brilliant tri- c s 1
January 13, 1914 :
umph for herself, but-and this is :

pre-eminently the mission of all art- f ResourcesLoans it
ists-she transported the audience in
and ____ : t%
the Lucerne into that realm of Discounts $193,075.19

I LONG EDSAFE.CONSERVATiVEACCOMMODATING I thought where soul speaks to soul .Bonds __________________ 98,390.61 ==;

through the medium of the divine lan- Banking House, Safety Deposit :
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uage-music. : Vaults and Fixtures 30436.52 =

Miss Powell constantly grows in Cash and Due from _-

breadth and of art. Banks _______________ 122,709.73
Y Complete Protection depth Seeminglythere ..
'. is no limit to her power of at- $444,612.05
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tainment. In fluency of technic and .

: At Moderate Cost tone production she is unrivalled. She Liabilities

to get the tone de-
seems always Capital _________________$ 50,000.00 E1 r

That's what it means to havea teristic manded of by the the distinguishing music. In the charac-Wie- Surplus __________.-______ 10,000.00 =

Undivided Profits ________ 2,700.76Circulation -
Safe Deposit Box in our Fire mowski Concerto, the tone was of I __ ___________ 21,000.00
glinting brilliance, of sonorous depth 1
= Bills Payable -___________ 45,000.00 .
and Burglar Proof Vault. We and eloquence, contrasting sharply =
Deposits ________________ 315,911.29
with the delicate grace, and melodious -
have Safe Boxes for -
a Deposit rent elegance of the Strauss sonata. $444,612.05 I

; at With her inimitable charm Miss .,
Powell told of the circumstanceswhich .

inspired the composing, of "A Our Grov/ili
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Rr $1.00 and up per year Gray Day on the OcMawaha. After: .

her return from one of her trips: '
= Deposits = I
through Florida she recounted to :Miss:

Capital 50000000. Surplus Bauer the impression made upon her November 26, 1912 $ 74,849.92 ---

:: and profits $40,000.00. by the scenery along the Ocklawaha. February 4, 1913. 128,884.60 =_
: The day on which the. violinist made
April 4, 1913. 157,684.98 _
the trip along the river was cold and -
June 9, 1913- 185,875.96 :::
dreary. The boat glided along the
;.i..i.y THE STATE BANKOFORLANDO tortuous course through a mighty August 9, 1913. 213,061.50 ==- =

,.. swamp of cypress. At night, when: October 21, 1913 255,752.86
I the pine knots were lighted'on the
: deck the moss-hung boughs seemed January 13, 19111, $315,911.29 oJ

I to assume grotesque shapes. Three

: hours after hearing the account of the

trip Miss Bauer presented the manu-
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MRS. BENJ. DREW ENTERTAINSFOR roy, J. N. Bradshaw, 1... H.-Gedge-, script to Miss Powell. The violinist] T: Ifl I I fl 'I ( I II !,,

MISSES SOUTHGATE Silas Dolive, Carpenter, Sidney Ives, warned the audience that' it would not i !I! I j I, pqI''I h'Ijr

: Jr., Jessie M. Thayer, J. B. Lawton, enjoy the number, as it representedthe
1- W. G. Johnson ultra in Futuristic music. But -
Elizabeth
The Misses Southgate were the honorees Abernethy, IIIIIII'I'I"'IIII'I II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIII'"I&IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
of a charmingly arranged card Chas. Dow, Edward Hauselt, J. D. interpreted by Miss Powell the music
Barnes, and A. B. Whitman. became a reality for those who have
their sister,
party yesterday, given by
; had a similar experience on the fam- Fresh Candies
j' Mrs. Benjamin Drew, at her attractive
ous stream and the number was loud-
MRS. WINSBOROUGH TO SPEAKAT
home on Lake Eola. The hostess was .
ly applauded.Miss .
prettily assisted by her mother, Mrs. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH in Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb.
Powell's popularity Orlando -
f Southgate, and aunt, Mrs. Mary Toll Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. lb.
was attested by the number of
: iver Ives, of Kentucky, who with Mrs. Mrs. H. P. Winsborough, superintendent Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . . 40c.. Ib.
beautiful flowers sent her admirers.
by
Drew's sisters are spending the win- of the Women's Auxiliary, Menthal Drops . . . . . . . . .20c.lb. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . .40c. Ib.
will speak to the Ladies' There were twenty handsome
ter in the "City Beautiful"The Missionary bouquets of carnations and roses, Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels .40e. lb.
The guests included ten tables of Society of the First Presbyterianchurch pre-

bridge players, and the scoring for this afternoon at half past pared by Florist Jno. F. Luther. Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . 20c. lb.Chocoate! Almonds
the afternoon was unusually even. three o'clock, on "Missions. The artist was ably assisted by Mr. Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
Francis Moore, who is a masterly ac- Chocolate Creams
Chocolate
The tally cards were yellow, matching Mrs. Winsborough is a most pleas- Grapes
;L: in color the bright flowers, nas- ing as well as a most forceful speaker. companist. His piano solos were received Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts

turtiums and roses, used in decorat- Her work has had wonderful re- with applause and he was and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.Ice .

< ing. At the final count the first prize, sults in arousing interest in missionary obliged. to respond to an enthusiasticencore. Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, 140. 15c. extra for delivering any

a Japanese fruit and flower basket, undertakings. is earnestly quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one
4, was awarded to Mrs. L P. Lawrence. hoped that a large audience will hear The public is indebted to the Baraca through our factory. ,
of the Methodist church for
class
her this afternoon.
Mrs. Wm. Davis captured the second The invitation is
extended to all ladies bringing this attraction to Orlando. HOT DRINKS SERVED
prize, a handsome card case of cut interested in

-i suede. mission work regardless of denomination. FRENCH DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.
DAUGHTERS AMERICAN REVOLUTION -
A daintily prepared supper of IN ANNUAL MEETING Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc.

chicken salad, sandwiches, olives, Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc.
t.. cranberry jelly, coffee, charlotte russe MODERN WOODMEN AND FAMILIES Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . 10c.
ENJOY OYSTER SUPPERThe The Florida State Conference of Hot Lemonade . . . . , , , , , lOc.
'f and salted almonds concluded they( D. A. R. will be held in Orlando Feb Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c.

S afternoon's pleasures, the hostess being Modern Woodmen with their ruary 3rd and 4th. Delegates are expected Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c.Candy .
I aided in serving by her sister, families and a few friends enjoyeda
from all chapters of D. A. R.
t Mrs. N. P. Yowell. social evening last night at their Co.
in the state. There will be business
i- Among the guests were Misses lodge rooms and concluded the pro- sessions Tuesday and Wednesday ayer ,

S. Southgate, Hart, Cary-Elwes, How- gram with an oyster supper. It was mornings and afternoons, at which 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE

[,,, ard, Hudson, Slemons, McKee, and the first meeting of the order since the state regent, Mrs. G. C. Frissell
Mesdames Chas. Smith, Philip Slem-. the installation of the new officers : lilimMIIIIIIIIMIMHMHiHIMIIIIIIitllMIIIIHiiMMMSouvenir ,
=t will preside. At the request of Orlando -
__ _
Nolan and the newly installed officers were h
fi ons, Wm. Davis, George E. W. chapter, Mrs. Frissell will given
Lott, C. G. Wescott, Irvine Dunn, L. in. their chairs for the first time. address. = I:= ==CI = I

t:: H. Lawrence, M. B. Davis, Joe Bum- Two new members were adopted. The Orlando chapter has arrangedfor F 0

t: by, Jr., Harriet Miller, LeRoy Giles, a reception at the Rosalind clubrooms

Lee Miller, S. A. Robinson, Chas.. Warman Repairs and Retires Baby on Monday evening, to which .

l' Campbell, Robt. Howe, J. N. McEI- Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf are invited all Daughters of American .
-
j Revolution, all Sons of American

MttlMimtMIMMtmMIMMMMMMIiliMilllliHWe I Revolution, and the members of the '
{ Rosalind club. Spoons

take pleasure in announcing the The local chapter has also arrangedfor
the delegates a luncheon at the

arrival of a complete line of hotel and by Orland an automobile cafe, Tuesday ride.noon All, membersof followed I 2 We have a large and complete line. 0


restaurant China, and a full line of ; the Orlando chapter and all visiting Orlando
and Spoons
kitchen utensils. Daughters who wish to lunch at State Spoons .
the Orland with the delegates on Feb-

: ruary 3rd will please send their names
Our prices are from 10 to 40 per before Saturday to Mrs. C. P. Dow, III Come and see.

chairman of the lunch committee)

cent lower than any other store in : Price' of the luncheon will be 35 cents o "' o

: Tuesday evening there will be an
South Florida. entertainment at the Lucerne theater

under direction of Miss Slemons, ALLEN & GO Jewelers

Remember we devote our entire chairman of state ways and means ,,

committee, for which tickets will beon

third floor to the above line and furniture > sale at Estes' drug store.

j The meetings of the conference will Guaranteed. Reliable Repairing
Everything n
rugs, heaters, ice chests shelf be held at Rosalind club rooms. Sons

of American Revolution and all D. A. In n i n 4. =CJ
=, I
; : hardware, etc. : R. welcome. 29-2t

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If in need of anything in : WILL SULLIVAN ARRESTED ON he did so Nichols shot at him, and I ORLANDO MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Ladies' Aid Society of the \
; you are AT ANNUAL BANQUET Methodist church is. planning to have
took effect. The ,
of the shots
I CHARGE OF VANDALISMWill some .1 1 1The
a cozy corner at Merck's Pharmacy
: this line call us up, or come to see us.Orlando's : arrest of Sullivan followed and the the Orlando stocked with delicacies to regale the .
of
Mar- annual
take in Judge The banquet
will place
Sullivan, of Pine Castle, was hearing the "inner man" next Saturday, and they
held at
association was I
I II I arrested yesterday by Deputy Bennie tin's court today. Medical San Juan last night. Dr. C. D. Christ,I want all of their friends, and any f
.I Lawton on a charge of vandalismsworn acted others if they happen to be, to drop l
VANISHSan of the association: as,
out at the instance of John RAIN CLOUDS president I in and help them out in a good #
Nichols, caretaker of the Bemis Francisco, Jan. 28.-Rain clouds toastmaster, and the responses were cause.Ladies' :;
groveat .
T y ll-Dn ( Co.t and at times pathetic. '
w w rt Pine Castle. Nichols had noticed were vanishing and high water sub- ready, witty hair -

that the trees in the grove were be- siding early today throughout Cali- There including were fifteen the local present members at the of -nampoo, electric dressing drier. Gem, massage Barbv?, ':.
board
mutilated and and from all parts of the state ,
ing Tuesday night se- fornia, and a number of vis Shop. i.2.tf .
creted himself in the grove with a come reports that the worst storm of the profession ,
Largest Store the latter were Dr. J. -
itors. Among [
t mischief- had done more good than
rC companion, to see if the the season "
M. Masters, of Port Orange; Dr. R. G. Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em ,
maker would appear. The watchers, harm. Grain lands, orchards, irriga-
: ""Quality Did It"MiimmtiiiiiiiiimmHitiiiijiMiiiiiiiinft were rewarded. A figure appeared, tion reservoirs and placer mining op- Ingersoll, of the Florida Sanitarium; on Court street 125tfto': J
Dr. C. T. McCall, of Apopka, and Dr. '
and cut three orange trees, but became rators have profited by the down-
Job printing at the Sentinel '
Hugh Geiger, of Kissimmee. ,
i alarmed suddenly and ran.I tour. .


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