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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 30, 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: VID00317
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINEL '





GREAT MID-WINTER SUBTROPICAL 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.



VOLUME.! ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914. NUMBER 303.:

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REGARDED[ S SPEER[[R AS MORE R E CZAR WANTS FIRST AUTOMOBILES T DAY Of[ fAIR IN PARADE I MANY OPERATION R RESIGNATIONS[ OFNI_ f lAW f FOLLOW i RYAN AND JAPANESEAMBASSADORCONfEROVER [ R :






1 THAN JUDGE SAYS y W. W. OSBORNE I Commissioner Decorate Opening Cars Pomeroy and Day Get Invites Ready All to Auditor Not County Prepared of Publicity Finances to'Stand_ Says Light Many I [ IM IIGRAiION BILLS



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t*:i-I! FORMER POLITICAL- BOSS PRE-COOLED CSR R Of ORANGES!,wants Fair all Commissioner the decorated C. K.automobilesthat Pomeroy If the who number have-resigned of county during commissioners the- FLETCHER[ INTRODUCES[S 'BIll/. fOR!1.! ALIEN LAND ACT COMES UP

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, OF SAVANNAH GIVES SHI\ [I} TO BAlTIMORE can be had for the parade the past six months was generally known RURAl CREDITS[ BUT BRYAN GIVES OUT

HIS TESTIMONY first day of the fair, February 17. there would be an awakening as to NOTHING ; .

Some seem 'to have gotten the impression the reason why, and this would be

New Process in Demonstration Proved'! that because the 'parade is found in the operation of the law Florida Senator Presents Measure ;,

I'I'SAYS Wonderful to Large Crowd of to have the character of a trades dis- passed by the last legislature requiring Which Has Backing of Pres.

SmR[ PROSTITUTED JUSTICE f Spectators YesterdayThe play that no passenger cars will be county commissioners to publish ident Wilson NO ACTION I IS TAKEN[ ON BillS .

the is true. i the financial condition of the county
--:- I admitted; quite contrary t
demonstration of the pre-cool- Mr. Pomeroy said last night that he twice a year. Washington, Jan. 29.-The administration i

jI NO ONE COULD 'COME OUT, OF ing of a car without the use of ice I had been out all day soliciting cars This'statement was made to a representative rural credits bill was intro- BELIEVED STATE DEPARTMENT ,

FEELING IT given by the Intermittent Vacuum for the parade, and since he might of the Sentinel yesterdayby duced in congress today by Senator IS GIVING SERIOUS THOUGHTTO
COURT
; HIS 're-cooling Corporation on the sidingat overlook somebody he wished all to Mr. Walter L. McGriff, auditor of Fletcher and Representative Moss,

f WAS A COURT OF A. J.. Nye's packing house yesterday know that they were not only wanted county finances, whose particular business representatives of the committee POSSIBILITY OF TROU

: JUSTICE attracted a large crowd who but would be expected. He hopes thateverbody it is to visit the clerks of the which went to Europe to study the BLE THROUGH PASSAGE

were impressed to the stage of wonderment -: who has a car will take various counties and install the sys- question. f j
Special to the Sentinel. '
Savannah, Ga., Jan. 29.,:The principal at the results produced by1! enough pride and interest in the fair tem of bookkeeping which the comptroller -,, Today's measures would establishin Washington, Jan. 29.-Following a I 4

4- witness today against Judge the operation of the machinery in the to decorate said car before offering it ; has ordered to be kept to conform -I the treasury department a bureauof conference today between Secretary J

Emory Speer, whose official conductis I two demonstration cars in charge .of I for a place in the parade.W. with the requirements, of the farm land banks and make pro- ,Bryan and Ambassador Chinda of 4 4Japan

being inquired into by,a committee experts from the factory in New; W. Stoddard, the official decorator law. vision for organization of such insti- the house immigration committee -

of,congress, was W. W Osborne, fot- Yor i will be in Orlando the first of Mr. McGriff thinks this law is one tutions in any state with federal in- which had met to consider the :

y; td, mer political boss of Savannah and The,fundamental principle employed next week, and will have half a doz- of the best ever passed by any leg- spection.A Asiatic exclusion bills, was adjourned

..' ".': .a law partner of A..A. Lawrence, who was the pumping out of hot air and : en assistants with him. They will islature. He has visited thirty-two group of farmers might organ- without action until Thursday.That 1

..R.** .was, the: first witness to testify in the I the pumping in of cool air, resulting : begin the decoration of the street counties thus far, and has turned up ize co-operative farm and banks with: the situation in the state department -

+1:ti hearings held at Savannah 'concerning in a reduction of temperature in the i I buildings and the fair buildings, and, many egularities in the occounts, power to issue bonds to raise funds. must have become extremely 1

2-, the alleged irregular ,acts of the car of oranges. packed' at the Nye : will undoubtedly be prepared to dec-I' and s stated in the first paragraphof They would be' strictly prohibitedfrom serious within the last fortyeighthours ,I
I
.",. district judge. packing house from 78 to 38, and in ;; orate automobiles too, if their ser-' (his article, a great many county doing "a city business." is indicated by the fact that 1

, ,i Among other statements made by the fruit itself the reduction was from vices are desired. Mr. Pomeroy asks commissioners have chosen to resign Loans to' farmers might not exceed -I when Secretary of Labor Wilson sent i

':,..;;' ,Mr. Osborne was one that the lawt. 69. 1-2 to 48. This car was sealed and z I any who want information on the rather than face the consequences of 50 per cent of the value of improved the bills to congress with his ap- .j

yers of. the Savannah bar had endorsed shipped to Baltimore without ice, and subject to drop him a postal and he publicity that would inevitably follow land nor extend m' than proval he said the state department

!:- Judge Speer for appointment report will be had on it from destination I'I will call. The time is growing shorter the publication of their accounts. In thirty-five years. No institution could had approved them. The committee 1

.t; ....to the United States court of ap- .astto the condition of the fruit and it is desired to have all preliminaries some instances, Mr. McGriff says, the. begin business without a foundation I sessions have been behind closed

: peals in the hope that he. would be and the temperature of the car and : arranged well in advance. books have shown no dishonesty but capital and double liability as pro- doors and all proceedings kept secret, )

'' removed to Texas. Mr. Osborne the fruit when it arrived. The dem- only a laxness in keeping accounts,, vided for national banks. The amountof though tonight Chairman Burnett will

* added that Texas was/ "not so far onstration required four hours. It is while in others it has been straight long term business which might' I probably send a committee to waiton
NYACHT[ I IS BEING[
1r. \ away as we would have' liked, but far expected to take four days for the I graft and nothing else. be undertaken by any of the proposed I Secretary Bryan to learn his .

:1 enough to afford us ,some relief." car in transit. The men in charge of I Mr. McGriff called at the office of banks could not exceed fifteen' times I II wishes before cqntinuing hearings on j
I
f __ . The witness, according to his test'i the pre-cooling process claim that I II I I BUFFERED[ BY BREAKERS[ County Clerk B. M. Robinson yester- the amount of paid up share capita' the bills.
i
: timony, had practiced in Judge citrus fruits may be shipped for sucha I day, and went over the matter in a and surplus. They might accept and Three bills submitted by Secretary '

characterize twenty-seven years. distance under the pre-cooling system -I United Fruit Company's Steamer Is general manner. Mr. McGriff visitis pay interest on deposits not exceed- Wilson comprised two measures pro-

He the jurist "unfair without any ice whatever. On Standing By but Can Render not for the purposes of auditing the ing fifty per cent of the capital and viding for the exclusion of the Hindus,

L and possessed,/* a colossal conceit, the shipment of lettuce, celery and I No Assistance i county books, but to install the system surplus and receive deposits of postal which he called emergency measures,

-('-J ich makes tf m crave the spotlight the like the advantage of the systemis 4 of account keeping which is be- savings funds to the same extent. and a bill which keeps out- all Ori-

F t **jwreno f justice," the witness the saving of ice, it being assertedin I Colon, Panama, Jan. 29.-The yacht ing made uniform throughout the The report submitted with the bill ental labor.

declared, "demand the removal of behalf of the system that the cost i Warrior, belonging to Frederick W state. was drafted by Senator Fletcher, Secretary Bryan in talking otChinda's

Judge Speer.nJudge of re-icing is saved where ice is re- Vanderbilt, was in a bad position to- chairman; Senator Gore, Representative visit said they'd discussed
Speer for day and appeared likely to go to MilliONAIRE CLARK HlO[ fOR pending immigration bills and the
, the hearings began, :nearly a. week foremost people of the town I pieces any moment in the high breakers Coulter of Minnesota, of the census California alien land law, but refusedto

"ago, was not present;today. His attorneys saw the demonstration yesterday and I rolling over her, according to a] lARGE RANSOM bureau, and other members of the give any of the details.

i,v stated that h$ was busily engaged the matter of installing a plant at I Ii wireless received here. She went I rural credits commission.

preparing portions of his defense -i Orlando is being agitated, with several
ashore off the Colombian
on Monday I
to the charges hich have been well known citizens interested. coast. Los Angeles Paper Receives Note'I CONGRESSMEN[S [ Will SPEAK S IN DANlflS R RECOMMENDS[ [ TWO NEWBATTSIPS [
a
brought
Another demonstration will be given Members of the crew remain onboard From Kidnappers Putting Priceon

4 ,Mr. Osborne is the law partner of today, between the hours of 8 and 12. but fear they will have to jump His Return IOWA CAMPAIGN [ N I S .
A. A. Lawrence, the first witness to
.. Mr. R. C. Watson, president of the I overboard into the high seas as the i -
:, at the Savannah hearing, and who is also of
appear corporation, president
II only chance of saving themselves. Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 29.-According And Eight Torpedo Boats and Three

.. ,i\ who declare4,'Judge Speer to be a the United States Golf association, It is reported here that the TTRite 'to an anonymous letter received Progressives and Republicans Have Submarine Destroyers for Im

"misfit judge. was given a trip to the Country Club Fruit company's steamer Fruitera i is by a morning paper, Francis United on Man to Defeat Dem mediate Construction
Mr. Osborne stated that he was James II ,
yesterday afternoon by Mr. L. standing by but is helpless in the Lewis Clark, the Spokane millionaire, ocratic Candidate
'somewhat diffident about giving an Giles or'the club. :Mr.
president I
Special to the SentinelWashington
-
I storm. is held for ransom of $75,000 by i
opinion on the record of Judge Speer, Giles showed Mr. Watson over the I Frederick Vanderbilt sent from the "blackmailers" in or near this city. Special to the SentineLWashington Jan. .-Secretary N
because those who lad not been litigants links and the latter was much im Jan. 29.-A heavy Daniel announced to the house committee ;
steamer Admirante a full report of Clark} disappeared from Santa Barbara -
1 i in his court or had not practiced pressed. It is the opinion of the local battery of Democratic speakers will on naval affairs this afternoonthat J
the wreck of his Colom- after
yacht on the Cal., January 17, seeinghis I
before him .would look upon golfers that the course at the club is invade the second congressional district the president is supporting
bain coast to the Associated Press wife off on a train, and was I
l ..' what he said as incredible. about'the best in the state with the today. The Duke and Duchess of to have committed suicide by. of Iowa during the next few strongly additional naval construc-

tr.r: "Judge Speer is a good lawyer," he possible exception of that at Jackson- thought days and take a hand in the campaignfor tion to strengthen the navy. .
Manchester and Lord Arthur: George throwing himself into the ocean. The
;: said, "but he is a czar as a judge. He ville. the election of a successor to the His recommendation to the committee -
i'"* Keith-Falconer were among the party. letter demanding the ransom for
is unfair and is possessed of a colos- late Representative Irvin Peppers. A and congress was for the construc-
'Mr. Vanderbilt telegraphed: Clark's release was addressed to
sal conceit which makes him crave special election will be held February tion of at least"two battleships of the
TAGGART FAVORS SHIVELY FOR "The Warrior grounded on a sand "Chief of Police" and dated Los An-
the spotlight and if some one else 10. first class, eight torpedo boats and
SENATOR bank at 5 o'clock on the morning of January 27. It said:
geles
\ happens to get into it, It greatly angers Speaker Champ Clark, and Senators I three submarine destroyers. lIe said
January 26, being carried on shore bya "We holding Millionaire Clark
him. His court is one in which are Ollfe James of Kentucky and Hok i this was the smallest program that ,
strong current. The United Fruit of $75,000. State in Ex-
the Sentinel. for I
Special to ransom
K \ ,
there is little chance for a change Smith of Georgia are among those should be considered by the committee -
Indianapolis, Jan. 29.-Before his i company's 'steamer Fruitera from aminer if his folks will pay it or not.
l'of opinion. I regard him as a great who will speak. The outcome is being I even under the most economical "
departure for French Lick tonight I Canta Marta, arrived on the scene of He is well taken care of.
egotist and devoid\ personal cour- awaited with great interest, for :legislation.
National Committeeman Thomas Tag- the accident at 5 o'clock in the even "Yours,
< "age. He has used Vis judgeship to II the reason that Republicans and Pro- Secretary Daniels is said to have
gart not only exploded the boom that ing. The sea was then too rough for "The Blackmailers.
satisfy his conceit by administering gressives have united on the Pro- conferred with the president just be- '
had been started for him as a candidate I small boats to be launched, but the Across the top of the letter was F'
punishment to those vho will not I gressive candidate to defeat the Democrat -'fore entering the committee room and
for United States senator, but I Fruitera stood by all night. Early on written, "Notice: Make prompt replyin '
truckle to him. Whatve
need in the president approved the entire
declared himself in favor of SenatorB. the morning of the 27th the steamer the papers as he is very anxiousto
ft. this district is a judge and not a I This is the first straight fight be- "program. Chairman Padgett indicated
F. Shhely, who is a candidate for Almirante arrived and both steamers get out." .
czar. tween Democrats and the united Republicans that the committee approved the
re-election. sent lifeboats to the yacht at Those who know Clark intimatelyare
: "Several years ago," continued the since the passage of the administration naval program.
daylight. A heavy and very roughsea said to take the letter seriously.Mrs. .
t. 'witness, "every member of this, bar tariff and currency bills, and conse-
was breaking about the Warrior Clark today dictated the follow-
signed a petition urging JudgeSpeer's A new fire alarm switchboard is I quently the first opportunity to test
GOTCN
. and boat from the Fruitera the note REFUSES TOILAYFFARM[
> a was capsized ing reply to :
( -? appointment to the United being installed in the headquartersstation the trend of public opinion as to the ,
but all hands saved. to communicate with
were "I want you
f States circuit court of appeals. Hade at Miami. success of the Democratic administration. -
I "A boat from the Almirante returned more fully concerning 'my husband's TO WRESI AGAIN
obtained this appointment it would, -- .. .
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I to the yacht again at 10 disappearance. I want to know where I
have taken him to Texas, not as faraway George S. Murphy, a broker of Augusta -
o'clock in the.morning, the wind and the is to be paid and in what-
money
[ as we would have liked, but far Ga., testified that he was sued GOETHALS WILL ACCEPT GOVERNORSHIP Even Purse of Twenty-five Thousand
I sea having moderated. All I want to know the motive
....,... enough to afford us some relief." for $UOOO several years ago, by aNew passen- manner. OF CANAL ZONE Will Not Induce Him to
from the Warrior were then re- that inspired the supposed kidnapping.
._... .:Mr. Osborne told of a case in which i, York cotton firm. gers Make Match
moved. The officers and crew of the If my husband is held for ran-
R\ :he represented a client who was suing "After several months of delay Special to the SentinelWashington
,
\ ;}.; yacht were advised to leave, but all I som .I will entertain the' proposition Jan. 29.-Replying to New York Jan. 29.
for -Wrestling
damages for the death of her said the witness, "and after puttingme pro-
of them elected to remain on board j contained in the letter addressed to a cablegram sent by Secretary Garri- moters here have been
.Son. The suit was against the Atntlc to the expense of bringing a large trying to bring
until a wrecking tug arrived from Chief Sebastian, but before I definitely 'son, CoL George Goethals tonight accepted Frank Gotch, the heavyweight wrest-
Coast Line railroad. The wit- number of witnesses and lawyers to I
Kingston. The yacht was resting commit myself I must know more." I the first
:'l-ness declared Judge Speer decided Mount Airy, N. C., where Judge I the appointment as ling champion of the world, to New
easily the sand bank in ,about i Mrs Clark did not state whethershe of the Panama canal zone. York for three bouts with
In governor foreign mat r
l- ,the. case against the railroad because Speer was spending the summer, he
twelve feet of water and there is believed her husband actuallyheld the 4
: -'of1 his antagonism for Gen. P. W. heard only one witness. That was a was He said ,he would not leave ser- stars. He was offered 25000. Gotch
good chance of saving her. by kidnappers. vice long as he was needed. Thisis refused it
:.a Meldrim, counsel for the road. one of the plaintiffs, and Judge Speer so and from his Iowa farm
;: Called Him ;Judicially Corrupt" interrupted the proceedings to "All praise is due to the officers 'While the local police admitted that taken to mean that he will not accept wrote, and nothing "will induce me to
an- and crews of the rescuing steamers,'.' the letter might be a hoax every ef- of Mitchel of
the offer Mayor wrestling forever. His wife and
client up
"My said the
t' witness, got; nounce that he would render a decision ;
f"a fort was made to trace the writer. New York to make him police com; he had the situation he
verdict for $3,500, but. this did not against me for the principaland gone over ,
1\ prevent me from recognizing Judge interest to date. FITZSIMMONS WINS IN BOUT Failing in this it was announced nego- missioner. wrote, and nothing. "wil linduce me to {
up "
WITH SWEEN'EYSpecial tiations would be opened for the return f
I t Speer's prostitution of justice. Judge "The United States court of ap- change my mind. The call of the 1.
of Clark if he is held captive THE WEATHER foreigners and the offer of New
is in big
Speer my opinion, judicially cor- peals reversed Judge Speer, but'upon to the SentineLWilliamsport

i. Ijupt It makes no difference wheth- the advice of my attorney, I compro- Jan. 29.-Bob Fitz- Florida: Fair Friday, except prob- York purses, he said, will never.make

ryOwjn;: your case or lose it, you mised the suit for $5,000 rather than simmons appeared here tonight I LAND DEAL IN LAKE COU lYIinnesota' ably rains and colder in northern por- him leave his farm again. He 'suggested '
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,." .' not come out of, Judge Speer's again go before Judge Speer." against Knockout Dan Sweeney in a tion. Saturday, fair. that Boell and Americus get i
urt feeling that it is a place of jus- together and let the winner defend ;
On cross-examination by counsel six round bout, and won easily every parties have acquired

efv for Judge Speer, Mr. Murphy said round. Fitzsimmons took great care 4,000 acres of land in the Astor sec- Ingersoll $1.00 watches, guaranteedfor the title, saying he was willing to -

;:''"' ". ',Counsel for Judge Speer did not that the judgment for $5,000 had not of his hands, otherwise he would have tion of Lake county and will endeavorto one year, and good alarm clocks waive his rights in favor of the betterof

\ j'j 'iraine Mr. Osborne. yet been paid. scored a knockout colonize the tract for $1.00. Curtis, & O'Neal the two. .

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Tangerine, Fla., Jan. 2S.-The fine

The rains watermelon have thoroughly planters! are the jubilant ground. u w Nursery r'i' Today at

as they believe the land is so wet now
they will have no trouble getting

their seed to germinate.Jack MONTGOMERY MOTION Grand
Jackson, one of our energetic Theatre
colored farmers, has completed a always been accepted in Orange County as the PICTURE CO S !

good well. He has a gasoline engineto best to be obtained.. No one has ever complainedand .
to pump the water into a very high \Varner's Features
Inc
no oneever will, because our trees are the b stand presents "A Florentine Tragedy," in three
tank, from which he will supply his A powerful parts,
adaptation of
two-story dwelling with water and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure. the Great English Stars OscarVilde's Constance famous play of the same name,
} also irrigate his garden. We are glad Crawley and Arthur Maud DraSVitagraph's :
to see thrift among our colored neigh Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who Tense, Powerful, Superb Settings anc Spirited action Gorgeously Costumed
I bors. We might add that quite a ever heard of an ignored claim? \ splendidly acted Also anc
L number of them own their homes and

good bearing groves, besides being We offer you first choice trom the 'largest stockin Sleuth Unaware

: peaceful, law-abiding citizens. the world for this season's planting and your suc roaring comedy. Alsc
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phalan leave
j' today (Tuesday) for the North. They cess with our stock is already assured when your PRICES

will find it much colder than they grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- TODAY PRICES
have experienced here the two Miss Ruth
past sonal Pearl TODAY
inspection ol land when
your requested on any .
months. The illness of Mrs. Phalan'ssister 10 & 20 Cents
in New York caused them to planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto Dainty Singer of Sweet Songs 10 & 20 Cent;

shorten their visit to Tangerine. We planters of large acreage. In fact the very best ;

regret to see them go. of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. Also Mr. Comely will render "The Mediation
The young people will give a candy from Thais
social at Miss Winnie Wood's next by special "Un Peu
Tuesday afternoon. We hope many request, d'Amour. A Little Love i

will attend. Miss Winnie and her ADDRESSDept. Little jKiss.
mother know how to give people a
good time at their home. I

Mr. Chas. Hale, of Iowa, was visit-'*, Today and Today i
jng the family of Mr. E. W. Chamber.:| OCKL44U4 NURSERIES Only 'i j

lain last Sunday. I IMrs.
Mae Chamberlain is much better -I I I ,
after a week's illness. We hope! Children lOc PRICES TODAY
23 Adults
Fla.New 20
Tangerine
she will soon be up again. / ((

Mr. G. S. Baumgardner, accompa-, ."llt"'I'OI'++I" I"I"lleol'IIIIIIIIIIIOttOjf f
nied by Mr. and Mrs. Phalan, went to I
Sorento to see Mr. E. P. Powell last,I Ir -- - -- - -- Continuous Performance from 3:30
+t'l K++H II I to 10 .
Sunday. They were delighted with I .
t' their trip and brought back a lemon I : FO RillS AL i
j from the Powell place that wad a I ,::::'ltl., ttt"O 0 ',1 0 {11'1 lttttt 1 ""0!'1!1 tt.II"IIICxleellllo.i 9 111 t;0 a J I 8 I. II 0 II t 111II t C IIIIII f

giant. Largest we ever saw. It is avery I tO' ILt'llle ,.
rare variety of lemon. r
r We are sorry to learn that Mrs. : Two-Story Modern For Economy- and I

Dr. Sadler is still quite ill with la

;" grippe at her home on Lake Ola. : House, one block from \ WRIGHT& SEED CO chase power of your
t :Mr. Hugh McClure, of Apopka, was REALTY I
r. in Tangerine visiting Sunday. Lucerne Circle. FOR REAL ESTATE ey, Tray ti rlght's" f a

\: Mr. S. W. Eldredge, of Apopka, one Thais Our Business and Garden Seed! "',

of our county commissioners, was inl I Orlando, Florida
f Tangerine Sunday afternoon. bulk. "Motto" Qua:
Helen
i i". Dr. and Mrs. Carter, stopping in Wright, Owner 41and I
Zellwood this winter, were in Tangerine Quality.Fresh .

fi' sightseeing one day last week. 113 AMERICA STREETMIIIMIMHMilMIHMIMMMMtlHIIHHIIHM Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butt
i, Come again. Tangerine is one of the cents Sweet Milk cents cents cents dozen
; 13 quart 7 pint; Oranges 10 ; Limes 10:
I prettiest locations in Florida. -- ---- -- - --- dozen Butter Milk 10 cents selects
; : quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, ( ) 50 cents
t A reception to Dr. B. F. Marsh, our qua
Spruce up for the fair, and dec- WOOD COAL AND ICE cents pint [
pastor, and his family, of Ejistis, and I
t a silver social was given by the La- orate. Individual Package to Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Ex
Wood, $1.50 strand Hand's
;' dies' Aid Society at.the home of Mrs.i Coal Yard, phone a 566. up. 9-31-tf (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cas\. with*
NOTICEOf ,
i and Miss Wood last Tuesday I I I
-4, noon. Many winter tourists after-I .- I ,
for Tax Deed Under Section 8'
l. Application
the members of the society were pres-!I of Chapter 48S8. Laws of Florida I .
f ent. All report a good time. Refresh-!.I Notice is hereby given that Francis E. INSURANCE
Pannell of Dupont Florida, purchaser of tax FIRE
ments consisting of delicious punch I certificate No. 100, dated the 4th day of
and cake were served. The doctor!;June, A. D. 1906 has filed said certificate in
.my office, and has made application for tax
was the pastor of this church fifteen I deed to issue in accordance with law. Said
certificate embraces the following described
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years ago and we consider ourselves property, situated in Orange county Florida,
: much favored to have him preach to to-wit: West half of southwest quarter of ; ib\ lEfto Success. )
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northwest quarter and west half of northwest <
us every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Cometo quarter of southwest quarter and northeast 1
hear him for yourself. quarter of northwest quarter of southwest COUNTRY
I quarter. Section 14, Township 21 south, Range
28 east-50 acres. The said land being assessed -
at the date of the issuance of such load REAtE5ThTE JANSEN
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W. T. ENTRICAN, certificate in the name of Mrs. J. F. Sittings. Just arrived car ,
fr Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
'I according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon for immediate IMPROVED AND IOTARY
Offers to Orlando the newest and best the 2nd day of March, A. D. 1914. FORDS / J
Witness official signature and seal this UinnPRovEnORLANDO
of workmanship in the painting and my
the 2'Jth of A. D. 1914. ) 1
I day January delivery.
trade. Phone 636.
decorating ROBINSON,
(Seal) B. M. FLORIDA.
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Kept'' under the best sanitary conditions. Equipment! Armed with New Standard of Value wl

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Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh y
All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped wit
and pure. head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage st(
teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive sped
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Too cannot folly realize the 1914 Indian without
i thorough study
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cycle-intereited men can consider to their real profit. Send for th< -
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BY The MARKET The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists {

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Mr.Mrs.their Hansel and Wm.auto went Mrs.and Hansel to J. spent C.Lockhart Fulford.and the Miss Sunday,day Hallie with in ORLANDO N O BANK & TRUST I COMPANY M a Sacrifice rrice. ,J


Dr. Smithers, of Wellborn, visited I II
with his friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Orlando, Florida.
Tyner and Miss Bell Hawkins, Monday ,
and Tuesday, and registered during Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913
his stay at the Lakeview Inn .f.
:Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sheldon entertained RESOURCESLoans I'L" 1

Thursday T. J. Arthur, of I, and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . 403,080.10 I choice I lots for immediate sa I oca t e just
Youngstown, 0., S. Arthur, ft Cleveland -' Overdrafts .' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 one lot off Magnolia 1
avenue on Concord
0., John Arthur aid son, of I'' Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33 .' avenue. Improved
Charleston, W. Va., and L. Arthur, of : Cash on Hand'and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,9 6.57 with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest .

Pittsburg, Pa. I : Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . .,. 25,974.87 locations in Orlando. .1
I' Mrs. F.Y.. Pond and her guest, : J ;1
Mrs. McKay, returned Monday from I : .' $656,382.21 \

a visit to St. Petersburg and Tampa.j I ,. .. LIABILITIES The Price is Right
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Mrs. Charles Holden, of Greenfield, :
of her' Capital Stock . . ., . . .. . . . . . . :. . $100,000.00
Mass., was the recent guest :
Hall. : I '., Surplus and "Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
aunt, Mrs. C. C.
Mr. E. D. M. Perkins left Tuesday,: Deposits . . .'. . . . . . . . . . . ::. :. :.. 521,167.38


business morning Mrs. J.trip.for A. Rush Jacksonville atd daughter on a,short Miss I:: $656,382.21 r rl R Real I Tl 1 mt Co.Phone


Dorothy, of Charleston, W. Va., are Deposits on Dec 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68 L J
guests of her brother, Mr. Frank Liv- Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . 521167.38 I
engood and famiV- ,

Rev. Jones, nety assigned Methodist Increase . . . . . . . . ... .". . . . . . 31195.70 504 Watkins Block
:. minister, beached his first ser- .
The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
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large congregation.; friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. J
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A chicken piku enjoyed Mon- --
was
The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects :j
day evening by quite'a party.of our the conservative WE MAKE IT OUR
young people., sane and progressive methods employed in BUSINESSi::
t this financial institution. Strength begets' confidence and .
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L Goodwill, of .
j strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health To supply
Ashtabula, 0., moved, from Orlando',I ful statements to its patrons. particular Stationery, Office j
into Mrs. N. T. Hans l's house Tues- Supplies and Blank
Books for
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M. M. SMITH, President particular peo-

day.Mr.. George S. Case died at his I 'v. M. DAVIS, Vice-President' C. E. NOLAN, Cashier pIe. i
home here Sunday at'3!' 'p. m., at the 1

\.. ness.age" of With seventy-one his wife, after and a family long ill-of t.:;::: :::::IIIIIIIIIIIttIIIII": : : ::: ::::::::::::: We try to please even the most fastid-
I. ious, and will
five children he came here three or: --- welcome enquiries about the'
,r, four years ago from Vermillion, S. D. Read by the best people of Orlando .' llilMIIMIIiHMHiltMMIIilhlllllMH .1
Funeral services were conducted at and Orange county, the Sentinel special goods you have not been able to ,

the residence Tuesday morning at 10 brings splendid success on all kindsof I Just ReceivedAnother cure elsewhere. pro'j.
o'clock by the Rev. Jones, and burial buiness. j
was made in the Orlando cemetery. Our staple line comprises
enough to 'fill
Friday evening at 7:30 musical of 1
a Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Shipment \
and literary entertainment will be Florida's} best fruit trees, easily all ordinary demands. .;

given in the auditorium of the school reached ,from all parts of Orange, Our prices will j
house for the benefit of the school Lake, Seminole,' Osceola and Volusia ring future(orders.
piano fund. Admission, is 25 cents. counties by auto over hard surfaced W. ,
Young children free. In case of bad, roads, most convenient for all planters RflNOR GAS HEATERS.This S. BRANCH,
rainy weather the entertainment will and most reliable in Florida.
be postponed until the following Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. The Arcade Book and Music Store 1

" Thursday night. Write for catalog.

is the fourth order this' 0 }1

Thirty-five FOR acres SALE, fronting on Lake : : winter and they are selling fast
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and
tIV It ten acres of garden land, one hun- Just Received '
house dred bearing and barn.orange Price $2,500.trees, small I: ; so place your order now while j ,

in Twenty-eight grove, four hundred acres, bearing twelve trees acres,J.| they last and be prepared for the i': New: line of Foulards
and two hundred young budded grape-j Crepesand
(Imported) fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit : next cold spell, :4.50 and 56.50.ORLANDO .
F now on trees. Price $3,200. other Spring
0E Eighty acres, twenty-five acres materials. ;
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
t A' trees. Price $2,200. WATER[ u LIGHT CO.
It Twenty acres good fruit land on
. L lab,front, two acres bearing orange .
A I grove% good six room house. Price

D S I $1,000.Twenry.five: acres bearing orange i Gas DeDartment Agents for Barclay Corsets :

.t :: grove located on lake front within the
1 city limits. Ideal location for subdi- I McCalTs
C ; vision. Price $10,500.J. tot' 1I1I . . .. . . ... . ',1'1" . I II'. 111..1.1.II H PatternsIf
0 -. E. CRAWFORDOffice

R 0 Y..,,, \ over Blue Drug Store THREE REASONS NOTICE
t K 117 S. Orange Avenue you want to sell anything, re-
Phone 404 << member the Sentinel want columns. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
I Why You Should Regularly Read the I hereby give notice that after Jan : AND
NMfDlCINAl Daily Sentinel uary 9th I will not be responsible for .Everybody reads it. DO ALL KINDS OF
G any debts contracted by my. wife, Mrs. OPTICAL REPAIRING
BucKmaster First. Because in it you will find Helen Gwynne.
h I not simply once in a while but every' Ml-tf WYNDOM P. GWYNNE.
day, the latest authentic news. HtHMIIimitmiMMItHARPER .

USE Osteopathic Physician Second. Because its news of Or- Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of florida's j( WM.
lando and vicinity is more completeand DRS'1JOSEPHINE
best fruit trees, easily reached ( HARPEROSTEOPATHS
132 more up-to-date than that of any
Orange Avenue
I from all parts of Orange Lake, Semi.
Pints ........... 50c. other paper. I nole, Osceola and Volusia counties f
n Quarts .......... $1.00 Next door to People's Bank, Third. Because it reflects the life I I auto over hard surfaced roads, most by Oldest:Established Practice In DR. L H. RAMSDELL -1.
Gallon.......... $3.50 up-stairs. Acute and chronic and activity of your home community, convenient for all planters and most Orlando OPTOMETRIST
diseases treated.Telephone and stands for all that is best therein. 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs
DELANEY & ABERNETHY, reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nurseries i Consu tationand Examination (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Lfcfau)
578. Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat-I Free
Druggists, Orlando Use the Sentinel want columns. ORLANDO .
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THE DAILY, A WEAK ARGUMENT |I SECOND ANNUAL MEETING OF NOTICE Snow-Mellow now at ,Dickson & r
a FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCHThe .. i For SaIe1TeiGrove
South Florida SentinelMORNING I The W. C. T. U. will meet this Ives. 30-2t
The "wets" who are conducting a
afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Pres- :
AND WEEKLY campaign in Pinellas Payi
I county are using second annual meeting of the i
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. the fact that Orlando had two hun- first Unitarian church of Orlandowas byterian Sunday school room. Subscribe for the Sentinel

Entered at the postoffice at Orlando FIoN dred and fifty arrests for drunkenness held last night at the 'Tea and Profits;;
t Ida ai Second Clau Mail Matter. during the last fiscal year to Rest Room. Reports from the several MlillllMIIIIIMMM 1c c

TO ADVERTISERS: convince voters that prohibition officers were rendered and in the Located East of Tot I
doesn't prohibit. Very well; let them election of officers the
COPT for display and all other handset same persons J limits on a beautiful la
advertising mutt be handed in at the business make what they can of it, but we're were chosen to serve for another year,
office the day of before the Sentinel publication.not later This than nIt 2 applies p. m. willing to take a blind chance that as follows: President, P. F. Laubach; \\ a bearing orange trees, 15 t.

to chance for contract advertising: it is Orlando didn't have as many cases of vice-president, Mrs. E. H. McNeill; old budded grape fruit '. .
invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
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drunk during the past year as St. treasurer, Mahlon Gore; secretary, T.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Petersburg or Miami-towns of about P. Howes; trustees, T. J. Walker, J. Latest Patterns and Colors in this year 1600 boxes tone t I

One Year ... ..................$5.00 the same size-where liquor was sold. C. Howell and C. W. Townsend. dollar per box. I : t-

Six Months i.............. II ... 2.50 And we are dead certain that wedidn't A delightful dinner was served .by Ginghams and PercalesSee 3000 boxes this year..l i!! r

Three Months................ 1.25 begin to have near as many Mrs. Lucy Ross Cornish, matron of
cases of half drunk, drunk fertilized twice this yet .;if ,
quarter the
In Advance. the Tea Room, consisting of oyster new line of
and comfortably full. There is one cocktail, chicken bouillon, roast tur- perfect condition. U rh
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914. thing that the absence of the saloonin key, cranberry jelly, creamed pota Ladies' Muslin Underwear days price is $6500. .j
a town does; it draws a distinction toes, ice cream, cake, tea and coffee. I
Nearly every town in Florida has between the real drunkards and The tables were tastefully decorated '

an Orange street. the 'ones who drink just for the sake with sweet peas and other flowers, McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT CooperExclusive& I \
a of sociability. The real drunkard i is and after the dinner, President lau-
We wish to caution all Florida ed going to get his drink if it is to be bach presided at a symposium of subjects -

itors that a heavy penalty attachesfor had. Prohibition is not expected to pertaining to the church work, STORE Agl

failure to make prompt returnsof work a wholesale reform in the ranksof in the following order:
114 SOUTH
income taxes. Remember! the confirmed drunkard though i it "The Story Hour," Miss Emma 128 S. Orange Ave ORANj
o often does by making it so inconvenient Hainer. ;

i Judge Bullock of Ocala has de to get it that the drunkard i is "The Poetry Hour," Mrs. 'F. W. Orlando, i .
saved from himself in spite of him \ I
clared invalid the license law requir- Stanley. ...
ing firms conducting saloons for both self. Then there's another thing to "What the Church Expects from !

white and colored patrons to pay dou- consider in the case of Orlando's record the City," Dr. J. C. Howell. 1 MMIIIIItllHMI'The +4UJfl -

ble license. The case will be takento which is being employed by the"wets" "The Spirit Within Us," Miss Arter.
the of Pinellas. Orlando has an ."IIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIDI'lltll'IIIIIIII'III'II' II'O. :=
supreme court. The matter "Greetings from the Methodist
, will be watched with interest by all : unusually energetic lot of policemen, Church," Mr. Arter. -- ---. [ [ ul

the saloon towns. and many a respectable drunk who "Greetings from the Congregational tIIIIIIDIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIII Oilllllllllla CII"11111I l

o would escape arrest in St. Petersburg, Church," Mrs. Blair. I
probably, fails to get by in Orlando : ; A. Y. FULLER R. L.
The people of Miami are going "A Stranger in Orlando, Miss Gilbert FOX : : oil that.! .
i It is no unusual thing in a town wherequor
about the matter of raising
money
is sold to see a crowd of good stood thePreme I
for the possession of their waterfront Among those who enjoyed the af- THE PALMS AUTO CO
fellows come out of a saloon haUl I IIr.
fair : Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon
in a manner quite amazing fora were te
city of such size. Nearly three oaded.l The policemen learn to passuch :\ and Mrs. Mahlon\ Gore, Mr. and
hundred thousand dollars has been sights by with a blind eye. In Mrs. C. W. Townsend, Miss Smith; REO MOTOR CARS I

raised by public subscription. The a dry town it is different. Even the Mr. and Mrs. J. L Watson, Mr. and ---- 1'1 "
of For life and low cost of We also
sight an intoxicated person is noticeable long upkeep. carry a .
Miamians may be said to be fearfully Mrs. T; J. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
in earnest. They've got to have that and remarked upon. If the S. Walker, Mr. and Mrs.\ T. P. Howes, full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof I I II
water front.Secretary. i I damp gentlemen in Pinellas have no Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Laubach, Misses I toad Gulf. '
a ''better argument to offer than Orlando's Arter, Mr. Arter, Mrs. Farrington, competent repair men. All our work is absolutely I a

police record they're up against Mrs. Blair, Mrs. Geo. S. Greenwood,
Daniels of the navy is it and guaranteed.
are pretty apt to be defeated Mrs. J. R.; Sage, Mr. and Mrs. Brown,
said to be for
competition and economy ,again, as they were recently, though t
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stanley, Mrs. .
lie claims that
he has saved technical
a judicial decision
declared Victor S. Starbuck, Miss Florence i
;, over two millions in the purchase of the I
election void.
Walker, Miss Emma L. Hainer, Dr. P. G.
\V ALTO '
projectiles alone this year, and he I THE PALMS AUTO CO = '
and :Mrs. J. C. Howell, Miss\ Gilbert, I
,, wants the government to manufac-
NATIONAL BANKS JOINING FED Mr. and Mrs. Borman, Mr. L F. Robinson : I
ture powder for its use. If'this be
true the secretary is opposed to com- ERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Vail!, Mrs. : FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.HIMIilttillUMtllflttMMMIiimiOMMmilllll. PHONES 4501lf4MIiNH$44-
Morton, and'liss\ Myra G. Williams :
* petition. If the government made all
y of Rockledge. *(
its supplies there would be no compe- Washington, Jan. 29.-Only two national I __ I _. 11 _
tition. banks out of the 7,500 in the -,
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o United States so far have notified the REV. CAMPBELL GRAY AND FAMILY 4:

! They lambasted Wall street to a treasury department that they do not EN ROUTE !
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finish at a meeting of the Common expect to enter the federal reservesystem.

' Counsel club in Washington a few They will forfeit their char Tidings received )'esterdayfrom .

s nights ago. Secretary Bryan was one ers. Nearly 6,000 banks have signi.. Rev. Campbell Gray and family report -

of the speakers, and declared that the fled their intention to enter the sys- a pleasant trip as far as Nash- .
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direct primary for president would tem. ville, where they were greeted bye .
" break the influence of Wall street to It became known today that th many friends who ,had come to the .

} such an extent that never again would federal reserve bank organization has train to see them during the brief n

the money power be felt in the selec decided that no bank shall be allowedo stop there. His brother, Mr.\ Joseph

tion of the chief executive. Louis D. ; take stock in the reserve bank in Gray, with wife and daughter, gave Man is often overlooked when it comes to je celry. ' '
Brandeis was among those presentand Its district'amounting to more than (6 them a pleasant surprise by boarding
- also handed out a few chunks of per cent of its capital and surplus their train at,Cowan, having traveled The majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule \
hard knocks for old Plutocratic Con The law clearly states that a national the 90 miles from Nashville to meet I.
bank I not as expensive jewelry as ladies, but of necessity he has
take
trol. may less ttyn 6 per cent them, thus having two hours with

o but it is not so plain that there i is them on the train instead of merely to wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring,
any limitation on the amount,above 6 the few moments' stay in Nashville I
The lawyers who have been brow chain and other articles all
links vest
cuff numerous are
per cent. which might be subscribed amid the claims of friends there. ,
-, beaten and humiliated in Judge .
. Speer's court for these many years The organization committee, howeverdecided to be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men's .
that 6 .
per cent. from any one
are now having their innings, and would be sufficient. It is unde stoodthat FEATURE NIGHT AT LUCERNE jewelry. Quality the best. Stocks the largest. s.. '
what they're doing to the judge is
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sufficient. A rather amusing thing I need for larger subscriptions, the If you want to see something unusual :/. I l -
developed' by the inquiry now underway committee or the federal reserveboard and interesting in motion pictures -

is the fact that all the Savannahbar when it is organized, can: you ought to go to the Lucerne, s

endorsed Judge Speer for appointment change the present ruling. "Orlando's Best Photo Play House," ...
to the court of appeals, not today and see "The Open Door," a

because of his fitness, they now allege I Blondo i two-reel feature film, a gripping T. t -1 !
but because the appointmentwould FORMER SENATOR CULLOl1'm S drama depicting the story of a : 'I
have taken him fro FUNERAL AT CAPITAL
away man who was strong enough to make t

Georgia. They were glad to unload his own son pay the penalty for his .....-

, his honor at almost any cost. Washington, Jan. 29.-After funeral sins. Don't fail to see it. ,
o 1 services at his home here the Another big part of the program at I i

Of the many remarkable stories i body of former Senator Shelby jl. the Lucerne today is a "Koniss" comedy -

contained in the New York papers Cullom was sent to Springfield, Il I., entitled "First Prize at the Cab- T.H.EvanstlieJewekOPPOSITE

none is more notable than one which today.Dr. aret. If you have a bad case of the

appeared a few days ago telling of Charles Wood, a Presbyterianclergyman blues, this comedy is a guaranteed.

the arrest by the police of two young and close friend of the remedy for them.
men who were carrying suspicious former senator, told today how 1 Ir. Get the "Lucerne habit. At the POSTOFFICE

looking packages through the streets. Cullom had changed his belief as to Lucerne the best pictures are shown, .. !

The packages contained table cloths eternity after writing his ,memoirs. the best music is heard and it is the / ;
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
The former and finest theater in Orlando 1
only, but on the person of one of the senator concluded that biggest 1E
; men was found a street address which work with an expression of doubt that What more could one wish? The i ri r"w'

upon being raided proved to be a he had found anything in the Scriptures price is always the same-5 cents t(> J .

school where burglary was taught. to warrant belief in a her all-end the show runs from 2 p. m

. Policemen are frequently berated for after. to 10 p. m. without a stop. --

stupidity,. but that chan doesn't lie - --- i
at -the -door of the two or: ers who,I !I II Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place!! '
I
were so attracted by the criminal air I ,
of the men who carried the bundles New Studebakers are HereFour I

that they were led to unearth one of

factories the most evil discovered.and unusual criminal Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar Saturday 1 1 1I I
ever
o $1,115.Four the last day in which to crowd the balance of this extraord tJariuary'

Cylinder Landau-Roadster, $1,265.Six .
Tammany has such a reputation for s business. 1

corruption in politics that it is diffi Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, FOE'i i
cult to associate respectability withit 1640.
t
; hence the announcement that Sen-
ator James O'Gorman is to succeed Prices f.o.b. Orlando.; on January 31st comes the end of the most remarkable clear wsale

Charles F. Murphy as the head of the All Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and of

organization is not easily credited. starter--and every up-to-day equipment. Come years.Oddncients '

Yet it may be true, and if so there is around and see them. I

a meaning in\t Tammany is the ,
best organized political machine in Of everything appertaining to woman's wear will be cleared out at prices eve r%>. '

the world and has been a power In San Juan Garage Co. -much lower-than the Removal Sale prices Dress Goods, Silks, Laces; :' 0
New York politics. It is the Demo- absolute clearance.
wear, Ribbons, etc., etc. All reduced to .
cratic organization is the only I
y organization the Democrats have, It All Night Service : it
is not strange that a powerful effort .
will be made to save it from disintegration :h.I.t: BIO T :8. ITT

and in New York this TIRES ,
even AJAX guaranteed 5000 miles, Five

must be done by retrieving the repu per cent off for cash, Orange Avenue Orlando
tation of the past by putting men of ,

unquestioned integrity in control. .




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Of course, hundreds of people all over the coun-
-r', For the Ladies
I at Candy just because they like Candy just to .

-fy that desire for something sweet-.and you al- \Ve have received a splendid assortment of

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we can convince you that pure candy is Hetero CylkA

: . hful-is really beneficial from a food stand. ..LUCERNE CIRCLE..

I why then you'll realize that your money is well BEST FLORIDA new fabric for ladies' dresses. Colors absolutely

t ; : when you buy Candy from our large assort- MADE CIGAR guaranteed. Especially Prices at

Sold by all dealers, 5 Cents'


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; I Tr' KNDY KITCHENcome it is true we have a wide range of patronage,

.. we advise you to come early as this is somethingnew

and the value is so good that we expect to see

of pure home-made Candies, the entire lot sold within a day or two.


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shades in plain and fancy color.


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Mrs, J. J. Newell, YOUNG MAN INJURED WHEN dD< {MDG!>(BH>dD!! (BHGDdH>GD j

',' street has as her guests at her 410 father West, MOTOR CAR JUMPED TRACK I FAVORITE THEATRE I1 I1E The latest novelty In Ratine, Plain and Stripes

WADE JIrl E. R. McDowell, of Ashtabula, 0 -priced very low. Main floor.

\ THE TUNER Ohio, and her aunt, Mrs. H. Johnson, A young man of the name of Jack-1 S B. MILLER, Manager f

ORLANDO, FLA. of Philadelphia.Here's son, employed on the Tavares & Gulf I j :
.'
t t. I from railroadfhad his leg broken and sus-CQ I Matinee 2 to 10 P. M.I n
: one the New
York .
-; ,.: tained other injuries yesterday whena I
Admission 5 Cents
World which we hope will sink in: I' I
motor car jumped the track with T Yoe11-Biowortli
,f. McGill, of Atlanta, Ga.,' "There's something wrong with that DCllDCDallDCDallDCDallDCDallDCQProgram i
him. He was brought to Orlando by
home where the
;>11L 'arrival at the San luan.e children must go out i
Mr. Frank Pound in his automobile IOrlando's
to have "
,, Mglow now at Dickson & a good time. and carried to the Church Home and "Flower Girl and the Counter eiter" i

30-2C Mrs. Fred E. Allen and daughter, Hospital for treatment. (Imp.-Wm.) Shay and Imp. mpany's I
N. Miss Mary Brooks, left drama. Largest Store
:\ Ryerson, of Newark, yesterday II
ng today in Orlando. afternoon for their home at Jackson TilE FUNERAL OF :MRS. ELSE "Chivalry Days" (Powers) .
> is Tenn., after a visit with Mrs. W. W. Presented by Universal Juvenile
.J *
'I-Duckworth COf'.ad. Wright, the sister of Mrs. I Did It"t
.w*'?'",'\cresting to the Jadies to- Allen. Mrs. Elanora B. Else, aged 79 years, company "Quality

,..... f ; o.1 Buy your tickets for the "Living died at 2 o'clock Wednesday morningat "The Honey Bee" (Nestor) I
. .... J+ Pictures" with I Educational .
the
.
r" ;,w- Andrew ''B. Bernard and expectation of get her home a short distance east of .

I'f( r : ./hd, are guests of the San ting !your money's worth-and then Orlando. Deceased was a most high- -I 14111"111'1'11'1"1"1111"1"11'1111111'11" *
f some If you are disappointed you ly respected lady, and widow of Pro- ANNUAL MEETINGOf

'f can get your money back at the box fessor Else, who passed away last ,
Dielarxlady IliiliMHIMMMl
r vs-st new thing, Snow- office. Orlando Peace Society, at Presby- ilMMMMMtltitttHIH''
at Dickson & Ives. September. The only surviving mem- terian Lecture Room, Friday evening,j
"Living Pictures," Lucerne theater, ber of the family is Miss Gertrude January 30th, at 7:30. Business meeting -j

February 3rd. You couldn't forgetthe Else, who resides with her mother. followed by address on Interna For Rent
5 ifsry Robinson left yesterday date, with pink posters all over Mrs. Else was a native of Pennsyl. tional Peace by Mr. Joseph Elkinton,
visit Mr. and Mrs. of Philadelphia. 29.2NOTICE
-fc riille to town to remind been born in Miles-
,: you. Seats at Estes' vania, having
drug store Saturday. Prices 50c. and burg, and had been a resident of this '
thing, Snow-Mel.' 75c.
'yest new It section for many years.
i.sia? r !ady, at Dickson & Ives. Mr. W. F. Patten, a prominent busi- The funeral services were conducted I hereby give notice that I will not'I '
be for debts contract
responsible
ness man of Danville, Va., is among : in the home by Dr. Wray at ten ed by my wife, Mrs.any Jos. Cusworth,, Furnished house on Lake
a Fowler, of Westfield, the welcome visitors to Orlando. He o'clock Thursday morning. unless she has a written order from

is ftiocg: the late arrivals at is very much impressed with this Charles Wesley wrote "Jesus Lover me. j
.
'at 1-29-3t JOS. CUSWORTH. I Lucerne March 15th to November \
4n J\kn. J section and may decide to prolong his of My Soul" her grandfather'shouse ,

: demonstrated, everybodyKic visit, until spring. in England. This was ,one of
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& her favorite hymns and was read by FOR RENT-Furnished large room, 1st.
today to Dickson Mrs. E. W.
Davis arrived in Ocala I I in modern home; bath, hot and cold] j
ellow. 30-2t from Orlando Dr. Wray at the funeral. The remains water close in. 312 North
i< v. last Monday and is the I ; telephone; i I
'Ii.. Slemons went guest of Mrs. were interred in the Orlando Main street. l-29-6t
p.r.1 W. M. F. G. B. Weihe. Mr. I j jI
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I t 1'- npa yesterday for a few Davis came in last night, returning cemetery. j s. : NA. :
'H.re trip.Ufearance.here. to Orlando this morning. Mrs. Davis I WANTED-At Osceola, gardener to]I .
1 4 wood free and 10
,
occupy rooms, 1(
of Snow- will return home tomorrow. IMPORTANT!-REGISTER TODAY
; acres of hammock land ready for j
t.-)me see, it. Dickson & The 0. K. Barber Shop, "just I planting. Half way to Winter Park. HilHIIMHtfaMIIMiliailiiillltllMIMItHHIMItiilMiliiiMW_ _ '-,
30-21 around the Under the new state primary law, Come and see. 1-30-lt n
corner, on Boone street, I
is now being looked every citizen of Florida must registeranew -' I
L- ..:e Perrine leaves today after by J. A.
Huttington. Several or he can not vote i in the coming 1913 HARLEY DAVIDSON motorcycle
nth after a few weeks' visiteriti expert tonsorial used but little, perfect con Fresh Vegetables
primary.The
: fists; have been engaged and the
Dolive. place dition throughout. Address J. H. ,
:.. demonstrated now ranks with the best in this sec I books are now open in every 'Brink, P. 0. Box 502, Orlando, Fla.129lw .
*
: : everybody
tion. precinct of the state. Register at Received Every Morning
d r3j le today to Dickson & It i
once-toda-before forget it or
you
Dr. P. P. Pillans has
:k:;: .Mellow. 30-2t been down

(.;, .' E. McCrory, official court II from Orlando to see his grandmother, it is too: hte. LUTHER THE FLORIST | We carry the greatest variety of any grocery -

"!...' of DeLand vise Mrs. M. A. Pillans, who is sC1'louij"i1l ; ,
;; was a PEOPLE YOU KNOW Cut Flowers | in the city.
at the home of her .
lido last night. : daughter, Mrs.
H. J .Anderson, on New YorK ave ROSES VIOLETS
,
,
f ,) trees give results. Of- nue.-Lakeland Telegram.Mr. Miss Ruth Hendricks, of Orlando, Dog Biscuits
,
,
:" : it'. postoffice. Phone 267. is the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
: A. L Beck, of the Beck Lumber
k}JW, salesman. It L. W. Hendricks, and the latter's
company, is the proud possessorof POTTED PLANTS { Will keep your canine healthy.
'i i )u Land's representative cit- mother, Mrs. R. A. Al red, and will
a beautiful Buick
car. This is not
; 1 rlando yesterday were accompany them to Port Inglis aftera -

,.t .... H. Brown and D. II.v Mr.he Beck's has owned first venture several by automobiles any meansas few days' stay in the city. Fresh Cocoanuts, Candy Figs,

since they first came into use, but Good Wood $1.50 I Ii
..*$ you want. his latest purchase is a "beaut" Mr. Ben Abberger, son of Mr. and i Nut Meats
,.:. J i want. Mrs. John Abberger, is out again, Better Wood $2 and $2.25
.. Mr.. S. H. Kilgore has
tscript and forget it' returned after a serious attack of ptomaine
*':11! ,y all durggists. from Inverness, where he went to attend poisoning. He was seized with the! Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75

l7d&wlyr1 the Hough murder trial. The attack while in Jacksonville with his I THE SANITARY GROCERY
, i
Mrs. T. W. Rhodes, oftt&jffl case was postponed until the February mother. They arrived home Tuesday.1 This won't last long,
Ind.! are pleasantly lolt 1 term of court on account of '
the
taj San Juan for a brief illness of Mrs. Crenshaw; I Stock up while you can. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
of this
city, Miss Essie Jordan, of Atlanta, whowas
Fr.. I t II! city. one of the witnesses !
and
-d." xDress'Ginghams-Amo's-: the murdered lady mother of a lovely visitor in Ocala t i'i Orlando Wood Yard 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

winters past, will again visit Mrs. I .
.Ij. ; 121A cents. i I
y .. Special! If there is an erroneous impressionthat I C. Dozier, arriving shortly from': 104 W. Pine St.
yard The YowellH
-t. rer. \ the "Living Pictures" entertainment Jacksonville, where she is the guestof t CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
a"t R -: B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
; I is for the D. A R. only, this Mrs. W. 0. Jeffries. Before leaving -,i i
P'.t: Pictures" February 3r d. notice will correct it. It is given Florida Miss Jordan will go io\\I :1.II.t IIIIIIII'I"IIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIII'IIIII"'tt...

'"'' ';"'|possibly forget the date I during the State Conference, and is i.Orlando to visit Miss Jean Person.- I. 111111111111111I 1111 C 1'1'1111111---1111--1. ill .t iEE
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> ;\ all -over town to for the benefit of the D. A. R., and Ocala Star. .
-..; .f.3. ,: the
'I success is dependent upon the I

"', .-'J ed, a fine lot of chickens I generosity of the public which is cordially FOR SALE I Ov.A.L S.ALE

.5 5 5 '|'s trade. Please pho invited to patronize this en Farm of I I
twenty -acres, ten acres 6th we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters
J* :n early before they are' tertainment. \ It cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2 Commencing Tuesday, January ,

1': M. Self & Co. \ Dr. A. P. miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake Wool Underwear at cut prices for CASH
Montague, president of Davis. Good wire fence on three
e I,. S .tin Sargent, an estimable Colombia college at Lake City, the sides. Small new house and well. Overcoats

:1 1'eta, N. Y., arrived in Or- Baptist institution, spent a few hoursin About..15,000 feet of saw timber. $30.00 Suits $20.50 $25.00 $17.50
Land all dry and suitable for truck 20.00 Overcoats 14.75
tit tight on a visit to her Orlando yesterday as the guest of ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to 25.00 Suits 17.50 Overcoats

', :' f, F. N. Boardman. Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson. He had work it and will sell at a .bargain. 22.50 Suits 15.75 18.00 13.50

been to Kissimmee to confer with M r. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Flaf I. Suits 16.5 Overcoats 12.00
:5 i 7. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. l-12-lm-d&w 20.00 14.75
C. A. Carson, president of the
trustees
;,
c. son, and Mr. and Mrs.
of Columbia. Dr. Montague HATS
', was SWEATERS
'I. of Sanford, were among THE ST. JAMES-308 West street.
;come visitors y este may' given automobile drive over Orlando Rooms new and modern. Choice Hats
by Dr. Poulson and Mr. J. P. location, moderate price. l-30-6t $3.00 Sweaters $2:25: $5.00 $3.50

,* |seen the Griffing roses Holbrook, and was delighted with his 2.50 Sweaters 1.75 4.00 Hats. 2.75

' "''!Timent lot opposite Elks' brief visit lIe 'left on the Seaboard Warman Repairs and Retires Baby 2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 Hats 2.25

: ,. '(ice opposite postoffice.fc train for Lake City. Carriages on Court street 125tfOSTEOPATHY \ Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75' .
., w, salesman. Phone 267.sarance 1.5'0 '
Eat what you want Remember we only handle the celebratedHartSchafIner & Marx line 01 Clothes
Eat all you want .
here of Snow- Take a postscript; and forget it Alll\len's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale
For sale by all druggists.
me see it. Dickson &
.l.7-d&w-lyr DR. J. C ..HOWELLHours
DICKSON
30-2t SCRUGGS &
TWO FURNISHED bed rooms and 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment i
lir dressing, massage, one kitchen, for $25.00 per month. No extra*charge for house treatment :
trio drier. Gem Barber One bed room and kitchen for $14.00 Telephone connections This store is the home of Hart Schaftner & ufarx clothes
per month. M. Lendrum, 210 Patrick I
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I somewhat cynical in this mental at->, you can afford to pay to own it. 1j j

s$100.00 I DOWN mosphere. But it is* the pessimism I i'311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf EIGHT-ROOM furnlsned house; gas I

of a clear eyed, thinking man, who in::DOG FOR SALE-If the gentleman and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson I California
Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
avenue
on
i AND $25.00 PER MONTH a quiet way puts much folly out of I{ that wanted to buy a good dog will 5
I call at Mr. Holland's shop,' FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
h the way by his perception its use- carriage BungalowsOn
'I
f BUYS A HOME. 'he can see the dog work. l-28-3t to persons wishing suburban
lessness. -!accommodations; also 2 acres good
Call at my office for particulars. i FOR SALE-One car of nice milk I truck land, close in. Good opportu-
I I nity for right person. Address "A," Good Size Lot with Driveway.
......* OUT OF THE ORDINARY cows, all fresh and heavy springers. i ,
Sentinel. 9-8tf
Good color, and the prices are right.
We have some excellent investment I J. W. Stegall, Thomasville, Ga. FOR RENT-Large sunny front Only Two Remain Unsold.
propositions listed this week. Hoboken, N. J.-On charges that l-28-6t room; convenient for light house-;
he embraced a scrub woman in a!: kenng. 217 Robinson Ave., east.
Some will pay dividends in rent of FOR SALE ,OR" i\ENT-With stock 1-28-3t I Price
$2750Real
class room during school hours, Prof.Lafayette
_
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18 per cent. We personally guar- and tools, best farm in county; va- u 'I
antee them to do it. Talbot, principal of public riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- MISCELLANEOUSWANTED I

Seven room house and over 1 acre school No. 8, has been suspended. I to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- Values, As Rapid Sales Plainly Show. Ask
lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf -Dining room girls. Apply',I
in grove, six blocks from Orange Orland hotel. 1-6-lf j Your Real Estate Man To Show Them To You To
avenue. Will cut up into seven lots. Chicago.-Humane officers brokeup FOR SALE-Four-passenger Buickcar YOUNG LADY desires position; general .-\
High and dry and select neighborhood. a greased pig race on roller skates I 1912 make. Has recently been office work; references. Ad- day.
and staged by a rink management.Berlin. overhauled, fine running order. Go- dress "M," Sentinel office. 1-13-1w
Water, lights sewerage
ing is reason for selling. Price
away WANTED want a partner to en- ----4
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in street. Price only $3150. New. $400. Address Owner, 511 E. Orange I gage with me in the moving picture
Beautiful homes at sacrifice prices .-Men should never take wo street, Lakeland, Fla. 1-22-6t i business on the road, making week

Ranging from $1500 to $6000. Closein men's arms, in walking, says the Kai- stands. Must invest $20. Only hon- Fred B. Dale
and terms. ser, but rather allow the women to FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Jersey est and reliable persons need apply.
easy bull calf; solid fawn color; fine specimen Let me hear from you. R. G. White,
hold their arms. for breeding from registered Winter Park, Fla. U0-3t
stock. Quick sale at reasonable price. YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER \ OWNER

London.-A medical board ordered 1 Inquire of George"W. Eldredge, Manager and book keeper, with 6 years' ex-' R
"The Palms, Winter Park, Fla. desires AddressC.
f pensions for two women, themselves 1-28-41 perience, position. 306 Anderson StreetMMMMMIMilmiMMMMMMMMMMMimMMMM
., care Sentinel. 29-lt
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healthy, who carry enterice fever i

germs in their clothes, sixty cases of I.

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PERSONALITY Hand Bldg., OF Church PRINTERSThe St. and London.-A Juliet" on$5,000 vellum copy set of with"Romeo four . CornerLake THE[ ENTERPRISE I [ MEAT[ MARKET


hundred. precious'stones was made .

here for a foreign purchaser. and Anderson 21 East Pine Street

St.Louis Globe-Democrat com-

ments on a news item from the ,Illinois Washington, D. C.-Gallery observers \ ORLANDO, FLORIDA

penitentiary at Joliet, to the effect made these notes on President Streets

that among the 1,200 inmates, Wilson pronunciation in reading his I

there is not one printer. The news- trust message: Either' pronounced
JUST
paper produced by the prisoners has eye-ther; been pronounced bean; per- I OPENED

therefore to be set up outside the in- sonnel pronounced pare-so-nall. I ; Everything new and complete. As sani--


stitution.: "The The printing Globe-Democrat craft is not remarks New York.-Andrew- Carnegie had I -Warman- Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,i WANT TO BUY an orange or grapefruit l:I tary as can be. Best,ter Brest and freshest

grove. Address B. B., box I Ii Meats of all kinds.
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to the penitentiaries 12-5-tf
supplying'its quota his voice embalmed and his picture on Court street. 566. l-27-2w
{I I i I II
of the country. taken for posterity at the Edison FOR-SALE-Corner' lot, Amelia ave-j I ANTED-\Ian who understands i
The Globe-Democrat notes that it Talking Movie studio. nue, Colonial Park, $300; another I I orange culture would like to take' Fish and Oysters i m Season

was not always thus in the days be- $250. Cottage and lot in Concord I care of grove. Address J. E. Miller,

fore linotypes, when the tramp printer' Park, near Orange avenue $600; ad- 315 Piedmont avenue, Orlando, Fla. Courteous attention; prompt service and
Griffing trees give results. Office joining lot cheap. Apply Vivian,Lake 1-27-1w .
infested the land. Often he cele- opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales- Cherokee. 1-30-lt I FOUND-Pair of heavy gold rim prices right. Give me a trial.
brated day by going on a spree.
press Lake Eola. Owner
spectacles on
12-25-tf land, .
man. FOR SALE-Five acres grass
Printers as a whole do seem singularly just inside city limits. Equally I can have same by calling at this of-M

free from the criminal taint. They good for pasture or trucking pur- fice, identifying,same and paying for II
are unpretentious, simple minded, liv-' EVERY ONE SUFFERING WITH poses. For price, call on or address, I this ad. 1-28-tf 3. A. COX, ProprietorPHONE \

ing in modest houses in side streets. SEVERE COLDS .No.7 East Gore avenue, Orlando, Fla. AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
l-30-2w subsoiling, tree planting, stump
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Few of them own "dress suits" and For the last week everybody in.Or- blowing, orchard renovating; land
their names rarely appear in the Select 'lando seems to have a severe cold, anda FOR SALE cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand
a three
columns of high society.A real bad cold is about the most annoying Five-room bungalow; and all spacious mod- supplies. Estimates cheerfully
work thing a person can have. It piazzas; sleeping porch, furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St.,
printer on St.
newspaper is said that colds are contagious, and I ern improvements. 506 Lexington Orlando, Fla. I-G-lm-
spends his time putting into type the it must be true, for when one person' 1-15-lm f+(lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllltReal

history of the world. All forms of in a family catches a cold, the rest of THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
his brain the family generally has one also. ring 448 for the Arcade Press-
human activity through three
pass timber; cut over once; acres Estate Agents, Investors and Ilomese4kersATTENTION
Lots of people in Orlando De- ing Club. The boy will call. Club
say in and
and hands before the record is spread cleared and planted orange
Laney & Abernethy make a cold cure, lake front and beautiful rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe-
grapefruit
before the world. His mind is store- ; !
a
I 1-10-lm
called D. C. which cialty.
Capsules, only
s !location for a home; one mile and a e'
house of human experiences and he takes a few doses to break up the i'quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. WANTED-Ladies, bring your combings .
looks at life with the maturity that most severe cold. 1.23tfPEOPLE'S ;Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf and cut hair to 305 Garland I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with I

grows out of his background of intel- -- -- --- I- .: street. We will make them as desired rose house and shed. .Located at,307 West street, north.

ligence. A 'man before whom this wAi'TMUNNIMAKERS JACKSONVILLE HOTEL FOR SALE or, purchase same for cash. Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

daily picture of crime and punish- The St. Albans; located in heart of Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
city; modern in every respect; forty and bath facilities. Large, roomy base- J.
room
initial"B heating
link with
ment is spread must be a fool indeed, all LOST-Gold cuff ,
cheerful steady
Doing good
rooms. ," somewhere on the Orlando ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or .
if he did not acquire a pretty just the year round business. Ill health
of sale. Ten thousand cash, streets Monday. If found, leave at the furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery. \
estimate of the real values of life. cause
Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale For Sentinel office, and receive reward of Price These t
terms on balance. For full particulars House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. $2,200.
From thousands of human stories that Rent, ete., for this column 23c for one day, $1.00. 1-1-tf
come to his attention,' the value of: DOc for three days, or $1.00 for one week, for address owner, Mrs. D. J. Con- lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I./
25 words or less. Money must accompanythe roy, Jacksonville, Fla. NOTICE .
I whole for and allow dealer's commissin!:
the $3,800
law abiding conduct is to him axio- advertisements for this column, as no I The books for the registration of offer ... '
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,I matic. insertions will be made on, credit. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE voters in Orange county will be Open to all. ;
-- --- -- Desirable in office the CourtHouse
in at
------- dwellings Pittsburg opened my
All callings have their faults. The FOR SALE Pa.; good income values from $1,500up. I on Monday, January 5th, 1914, E. N. COY
printer sees too much human futility. Will exchange for Orange county and will be kept open six days in ,

The joy, the achievement, are com-) FOR'SALEBargains in improved property, improved preferred. What each week, until the first Monday in 307 West St., North,0rlando '
monly not dramatic enough to make i and unimproved lands. See S. S. have you to offer? Address, 305 East March, 1914. .
'I Bowman, owner, East Taft, Fla. Church street, Orlando, Fla. W. L DOLIVE,
good news stories. It is not strange w-lm l-21-6t-ltw 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. till 11111 11111 11111 11111 ttHttMMHIHMHtMMtiMMIMMMMMMMMMI


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/ "Mighty Atom" (American). : ,': :
Just a moment of your valuable time, dear reader, : ; 1s.
_. "Peggy's: Invitation" (Thanhouser).
'" :. ; ,-'" please lay all else aside until you glance .at the pro- "God of Tomorrow" (Majestic. ). , .
1 o /r gram ol pictures to be shown at ;._&_ ._.

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Wednesday Afternoon
the iiicerneORLANDO'S
"The Open Door" (Broncho). 2 reels.
1r '-\v.':.: the Road Forks" (Amer.)-Drama. 2 reels. "First Prize at the Cabaret" (Reliance). .'
BEST PHOTO
PLAY HOUSE
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;4RGallery" (Keystone, )-Comedy. .../ The show runs from 2 to 10 p. m. Saturday "

'.., II without a stop. "Personal Magnetism" (American).
t ; '' "The Filly" (Domino). 2 reels.

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!ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636.
*3*. i.u. 28.-H. McWhirter, "Cupid at Vassar" in the high school Expert workmen employed.
!auditorium on Friday night, the 31st.
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ji vf Atlanta, Ga., and striwberry growers at Plant City net- market assured the planter of Bo-
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week. All, season to that date has netted the Seedless varieties. Sold reasonable i
last '
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a 1 4ji i--e; Nelson House. New Goods
>i*, v- 'md Mrs? E. Ilantfn,j Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Write for Arriving Daily
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E f 1 ft d .* UAle shower last week' j AltamonteALTAMONTE I We\ sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson. & Co. .

gH ur planting for a short made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A I .
3 j .tt. r d*%:tie going water in has the run ground off,', beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'(or A. C. L. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

j -* ivt 1r rat?. Water bothers! R.R.) Come out and get the 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
4tt.N.1 ,1: ttod: ,A. M. Bristol, Geo. most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
? Burklow, J. H. Price.i high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
'.**,i r J-kins were in Orlando Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
v-n' Hotel has 500feet broad piazza. All modeen improve
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ments. Orange grove
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; held in Chicago in June by the General 1Ii1
i ; Federation of Women's clubs is s TVI f711 \ <| -=;

*. i to proving women an who absorbing are actively topic not engagedin only 1 i me! rasCondensed( j"- 1 1a&maiL( !B} tak :=:=_ :

;jf:; club topics, but to earnest think-

ing women throughout the world. '
} Statement rendered
as to
Several thousand
women are expectedto
Comptroller of the
tt be present and there will be many Currency
January 13 1914
;! who will attend the mammoth meet- ,
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ing who will represent the best ..V
x. Resources ,
{ thought of foreign countries. Six immense -

i hotels have been engaged to Loans and Discounts ____$193,075.19 :
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I LONG ESTAPLISHED provide accommodations for the visitors = Bonds ------------------ 98,390.61 -
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; SArE.CONSWVATIVE.ACCOMMODATINGComplete and as nearly as possible each Banking House, Safety De- .. -
state will be represented in a hotel. posit Vaults and Fixtures 30,436.52
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Several delegates have been appointed Cash and Due from :
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ti Protection from Florida who will bring back Banks -- 122,709.73
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will be brought to the considerationof $444,612.05 "
At Moderate CostThat's this body of prominent women 'Inabilities. '

among whom will be represented the ,
t noblest women of the nation. Every Capital _______ .________$ 50,000.00 : -s t !
what it means to have Surplus ___
problem of feminine interest will be --------- ____ 10,000.00

Safe Deposit Box in Fire openly discussed and Mrs. Percy V. = Undivided Profits __',, _____ '2,700.76 .' ,
a our
: Circulation _______ 21,000.00Bills
Pennybacker, the president of the -------
i and Burglar Proof Vault. We federation, has expressed the hope Payable -----___.:...__ 45,000.00
-= Deposits _______:__ 315,911.29
that every woman who can will be ------- .
have Safe Boxes for '
Deposit rent present at the biennial. Elaborate -:-, -
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" is anticipated that because of the t/ :
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$1.00 and up per year central location of Chicago that this -.
will be attended ,. '. -
!1f meeting more largely :
than any heretofore known in the Deposits' : i
Capital 50000000. Surplus
annals of the club life in America. November 26, 1912 $ 74,849.92

J and profits $40,000.00. February 4, 1913 .12S, 4.60 -
DAUGHTERS AMERICAN REVOLUTION -
f!. April 4, 1913 157,681.98
IN ANNUAL MEETINGThe
i..:' June 9, 1913 185,875.96
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. L THE I IM STATE BANK OF ORLANDOHHIIMIIiMMilllMmilllllMlliMtf Florida State Conference of August 9, 1913 213,061.5ft -

D. A. R. will be held in Orlando Feb- =_ October 21, 1913 255,752.86 --=
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ruary Delegates are ex- s -
pected from all chapters of D. A. R. ; .Jmumry.13,191, 313911.29 -_
in the state. There will be business '

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OF MR. AND MRS. WESCOTTThe the enclosed porch. The beautiful silver will preside. At the request of Or- =:;JiH1L, ; ,,"l h" !,:!' : I I,,"II, l'uli', '" !;:!,lil,,iP',H'', ,I': :o' I 6 :,,1,' "': ;,1,:I",'I'I"' 'I":IIt I: :.Ip':!P:l,iII'I!I:''II,:II ill!!,,,':''H 111111X,, l!: :!1 ",1'! ';,,' ,'I 1i',! !,I'':':,i I;:III I lliIII I!I;III!s yp, ,4 ti", / I !!I;- rI
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e punch bowl stood between tall lando chapter, Mrs. Frissell will givean I UIII '

vases of pink roses, with address.
asparagus
beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. fern at its base, its rim adorned with The Orlando chapter has arranged 1 MlttttttmfttttfltlMllllOmtMIIHillHm r
Chas. G. Wescott, on Lake Lucerne, clusters of fresh for a reception at the Rosalind club
grapes. '
c, was the scene of a brilliant social Cornely's orchestra from the Grand rooms on Monday evening, to whichare Fresh Candies
event last evening, guests shar-
many added sweet strains to the festive invited all Daughters of American -
ing the delightful reception which has gathering, the musicians Revolution, all Sons of American
been eagerly anticipated since the invitations hind a of hidden t be- Revolution, and the 'members of the Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks Ib.
were extended. screen palms and asparagus Rosalind club. Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp .. .30c. Ib! t

The color scheme of pink, white fern.The beautiful The local chapter has also arrangedfor Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . ..40c.lb.

and green was daintily and very effectively the dining room mahogany formed a furniturein rich set- the delegates a luncheon at the Menthal Drops . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Nougat . . . . . . . . , . .lOc. Ib.:

carried out in each of the ting for the exquisite carnations here Orland cafe, Tuesday noon, followedby Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . .,,40c. Ib.r Y

K spacious rooms. seen in profusion, and for the bright- an automobile ride. All membersof Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . .20c. lb.Chocolate Almonds
Tali vases of American Beauty the Orlando chapter and all visit- ..
faced bevy of young ladies in dainty Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows -
roses stood in the hall, and in the white gowns and pink sashes who regaled ing Daughters who, wish to lunch at Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams L {
5 drawing room the fragrant pink'Kil- the guests with delicious ice the Orland with the delegates on Feb- Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts ,/

larney roses were beautifully ar cream, cake, coffee, pink and white ruary 3rd will please send their names
ranged. and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.Ice .
mints, salted almonds and bon-bons. before Saturday to Mrs. C. P. Dow,
Cream $1.25 gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering
Mrs. Lucy H. Lawrence gracefully per any
chairman of the lunch committee
Upon a lace center piece on the ) quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show 1'
received the guests at the front door, dining table stood a group of crystal Price of the luncheon will be 35 cents. any one
Mrs. M. B. Davis showing them to through our
there will be
vases, each bearing pink carnationsand Tuesday evening an
the dressing rooms, where bowls of ferns; pink and white carnationswere entertainment at the Lucerne theater factory.HOT ''DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH

5 dainty pink sweet peas were much elsewhere used, a large bunchof under direction of Miss Slemons,
admired.Mr. DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents. i I
the pink ones being given each of chairman of state ways and means
and Mrs. Wescott stood in the the girls assisting.Miss committee, for which tickets will be Hot Milk Cholocatewith'whipped cream) . . . . lOc. -1'

dining room, giving a cordial welcometo Mollie Ray met the guests at on sale at Estes' drug store. Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . 10c. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . ., . lOc. ..

all. Though-comparatively recent the door of the dining room, the The meetings of the conference will Beef Bouillon . .:. . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Lemonade . . . . . . . .. . lOc. II *
residents here, they have speedily be- merry helpers within being Misses be held at Rosalind club rooms. Sons Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c. .

come deservedly popular, their hos-,Agnes and Willie Person, Rosina Ja- of American Revolution and all D. A. Hot Pineapple . . . . . . II. . lOc Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . ... . . . 15c. /

pitable home constantly' extending cocks, Mary Branham, Maggie Hart, R. welcome. 29-2t
t much of happiness in a delightfully
I May Kilmer, Eloise Robinson and Candy 'CQ.
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way many Ruth Mcllvaine. PROFESSIONAL GOLF AT COUNTRY -

all ages who enjoy each visit therein. CLUB THIS AFTERNOON 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUEr'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt4CIIIIIIIII
r Mrs. Wescott wore an exquisite and

becoming imported gown of pale pink ROUND TABLE The public is always welcome as tMMIMMMMMIMMIHIMMMtill II

brocaded silk under silver net. The Round Table will meet tonightat visitors to the Orlando Country Club. .

Among her assistants through the Unity Chapel at 8 o'clock. Short Our winter guests will find it at anytime = ===

evening were her house guests, Mrs. papers on Utopian Settlements and a most delightful place to spenda Q p 9Si

McLaughlin, of Sanford, with Mrs. F. general discussion of Scientific Social- few hours, but this afternoon there

, F. Davis and Mrs. Tabraham, of Alta- ism. All who are interested are cor- will be a special attraction in classy

' monte Springs-the latter presiding dially invited. golf. 1 M EL ,

There are in Orlando at present,
-- Mr. Dow L George, professional( of a

+CtlHMIMMMIMHItMMIttMIIMMMiltlimilliilWe ., Minneapolis club, Mr. Otis George, Souvenir Spoons j

professional of a Kissimmee club, and
take pleasure in announcing the our local professional Mr. Davidson.

:: arrival of a complete line of hotel and some These of gentlemen our local will talent be lined in a up six-ball with o We have a large and complete line, 0

restaurant China and a full line of match.
Altogether it is safe to affirm that State Spoons and Orlando Spoons

kitchen utensils those who visit the club grounds this ,
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afternoon will be amply repaid in

: Our prices are from 10 to 40 per witnessing a high order of golf. V Come and see. '


cent lower than any other store in PRETTY CARD PARTY AT THE o o

ROSALIND CLUB

South Florida I Thursday afternoon was observedat ALLEN & CO JewelersEverything

Remember we devote our entire I the Rosalind club by a pretty card ,
party, and an unusually large numberof .
third floor to the above line and furni- players were in attendance. There

were three tables of "five hundred," Guaranteed Reliable Repairing

ture, rugs, heaters, ice chests shelf and twelve tables of bridge-the dJ
prizes being won by Mrs. Abernethyand
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;, hardware, etc. Miss Harden. '1
Orange sherbet, cake, and. coffee
If were the refreshments daintily served "PEG 0' MY HEART" the original cast as it Is possible to CATHOLIC BAZAAR f,
in need 'of in
you are anything by the committee in charge, Mrs. J. make it. Mr. Morosco, himself, came i- 1 '

; this line call us up or come to see us N. McElroy, Mrs. D. C. Thompson, The sale of reserved seats for the on from California to put the finish- Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
touches to the rehearsals, and to
Mrs. E. P. Monroe Mrs.Chas. G. ing
engagement of "Peg o' My Heart, February 5th, 6th and 7th. Downs
Mcllvaine, and Mrs. Chalfant. which Oliver Morosco is sending to satisfy himself that the performancewas building, opposite the Grand. Embroidery -

? the Lucerne theater on Wednesday, as perfect as that given by the I prizes, suppers, cream and

MCMILLAN BROS. GIVE FISH FRY February 4th, will open at Estes' New York cast cake.
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T y w ll-n tw rm Co. I AT McMillan WINTER brothers GARDENThe gave a fish play Pharmacy goers have tomorrow long been morning.looking Local for- I! W. T. ENTRICAN, Ladies' hair dressing, massage,

fry yesterday to a large party of ward to the presentation of the de- Makes_a specialty of painting, paper- shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber J
i Pennsylv\mans at Winter Garden. A lightful J. Hartley Manners' comedy, ing, refinishing" floors, furniture, etc. Shop. S '1-2-tf
number of people from Orlando at- which is now in its tenth month at Phone 636. 1-21-lm -

t Orlando's Largest Store tended, and all reported a large time. the Cort theater, New. York, with Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
There were about fifty people in the every prospect of its run continuingfor Advertisements are a great utilityto
Court street.
"Quality Did ItHIIHiH"HIMMMIIIMMIIMIII party, and they speak In the highest at least a twelve month longer. every housekeeper inasmuch as on 12- -tf r
f terms of the lavish hospitality of the The company which will be seen at they shorten and systematize the r

McMillans,, the Lucerne is as nearly the equal of shopping tasks. Job printing at the Sentinelf \
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