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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: February 3, 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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GREAT MIDWINTER SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME.

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


VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1914. NUMBER 306.

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AUTOMOBILE T ACCIDENT (Close of First Year-Since Payment- of ,Well Known Real _Estate Man Enters AND FIGHTING ONOUTPOSTS N T BEGINS

Interest on County Funds I Upon Duties at the City

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4 CAR TURNED OVER AND FIREMAN KILLED AND ENGINEER County Treasurer J. H. Tucker fig- Carl Jansen was sworn in by, SUNDAY WAS RECORD DAY fORI BREASTWORKS HAVE BEEN
ured the interest the
up on county ,.Mayor Sperry yesterday morning as
t i FELL ON HIM CRUSH- H HURT IN COAST T LINE WRECK :funds yesterday, and found that they!j,:i clerk and treasurer of the city of FIRES IN ORLANDO O OXot THROWN UP AND ATTACK
ING LIFE OUT had earned during the past year, since Orlando, and Mr. C. A. Boone, who IS EXPECTED
'the first of February, 1913, when the has been filling the position of clerk,
Train No. 80 Turned Over Near banks gan to pay interest on monthly -!i assumed his new place as assessor in Years Has Department Been
Palatka and Delayed Trains balances, the sum of $1,423.59. The I and collector. Mr. Justin Van Bus- Called to Two Fires in
HAl) STARTED[ ON H HUNTING 1 TRIP 1 From North county is just that much better off kirk, who has been assisting Mr.I a Day CIVILIANS KEPI OFF STREETS

: by having J. H. Tucker as its treas- :Boone, was displaced by the changes, I I

Train No. 80, which passed Orlandoat urer, for Mr. Tucker is the first treas- and has not yet determined what he I Sunday was a record day for the 1

WAS ACCOMPANIED BY GEORGE 9:56 yesterday morning, was urer, so fa ras he knows, to requirethe will do. He has several propositionsunder fire department. Not in at least two REBELS ARE CAMPED ABOUT .
McCULLOCH WHO WAS INJURED thrown from the track and turned, banks to pay interest on. the consideration and is not readyto years has the department been called PLACE AND ARE WAITING

IN FATAL TURN OF over a short distance south of Palatka:county deposits. announce his plans. to; answer two alarms the same day ONLY FOR ORDER"
about noon yesterday, and the southbound I l I When Mr. Tucker, backed by the Mr. Jansen will give a bond of $15- until Sunday. .
THE STARBUCK CAR trains leaving Jacksonvilleafter i!county commissioners, went about inaugurating 000 and Mr. Boone will be bonded for At 8:45 in the morning the depart OF VILLA

that time were delayed several I his plan there was only $5,000, the city paying the premiums.In ment answered an alarm from the I
County Solicitor L. G. Star- hours. This was notably true of, 85, one bank in the county that refusedto addition to his duties as clerk Mr. home of Misses Bernice and Mabel I Special El Paso to the, Tex.Sentinel., Feb. 2.Accordingto
buck was instantly killed a short due at Orlando at 6:41, which' failedto pay the interest; this was the First Jansen will assume the duties of Smith, 7 Gore avenue. The upper mail advices from Torreon the out-
distance from Clermont last arrive until after 11 o'clock last ,National, of Sanford. Now, Treasurer -I treasurer, which have been performed story had been fired by the pipe of a!post fighting has been in progress
night about midnight when his night. Tucker hated much to remove the hertofore by Mr. S. Waters Howe, heater which run through the ceil-\[about the suburb of Lerdo since January -
automobile turned over and fell The cause of the accident could note deposit from the Sanford bank, for cashier of the State Bank of Orlando.Mr. ing, and in this room the damage by 21.There.
upon him. > ascertained, but the negro fireman I the officials had been his friends and Jansen took hold of the books: I the fire was considerable, but the is momentary expectationthat
:Mr. Starbuck and Mr. George was killed and Engineer Toller and all that, but he told them that the with a firm hand and familiar eye. water damage was equally as great, the rebels will attack the city

McCulloch left Orlando late Conductor Burch and a passenger 'other banks were willing to pay it and For seven years he checked up the the total loss being placed at about a\with a large force, and the federalsare
yesterday afternoon for a hunt-, I were injured, though not seriously.The he would be compelled to put the city books and is thoroughly acquainted thousand dollars. Chief Dean is of I on the quivive.
ing trip. At Winter Garden, Mr. passengers arriving on the late money where it would operate to the with the duties of the office. the opinion that with an auto truck I The streets of the town are pa-
Starbuck left the car and tele- trains were unable to give any full advantage of the county. The banksat ;( Mr. Boone's new position will be the fire could have been reached in trolled day and night and civilians are
phoned his house that he had details of the wreck. This is the Winter Garden Oakland less arduous and than
w sec- ; Apopka, much confining 'much less time and extinguished witha :not permitted to venture out. Breastworks -
lost one of his dogs, a setter, ond serious wreck to occur near Pa- ,Winter Park and Orlando all agreedto the combined duties of clerk and assessor chemical apparatus and without the ;i have been thrown up in the
and asked his wife to look out latka on the Coast Line within a : pay 3 per cent on the monthly and will have more time in use of water, thus saving the great I streets and in the outskirts of the

for it.At month's time.DEATH .balances, and while it does'nt amount which to make personal inspections of I damage done in this wise. I'city in preparation for, the expected
one o'clock this morning a :to much for any of the banks it city property. The probability is that I At 11:45 another call was responded -''attack.

telephone message from 'Cler- OF MR. GEORGE A. amounts to a neat sum for the county the assessments will be considerably I to by the department, the alarm I The first concerted attack is expected -
mont apprised :Miss Hope Star- FLODINGMr. and will be turned into the various stands for
increased. Mayor Sperry 1 being given from one of the Callahan'' to be made on Lerdo, for the
buck, sister of the solicitor, of county fqpis, the road and bridge increased values and lower millage. stores on the West Side. When the.rebels appear to be masked in that
the accident. The details were George A. Floding died suddenly fund getting the most of it. department arrived the chief was informed :direction, being plainly visible on the
meager, and she was dazed by at 11:30 Sunday morning at the It happens that the last legislaturetook MR. TENNY'S GOOD WORKMr. that the fire had been put out hills from the town.
the news. McEwan. sanitarium. He was seized a fall out of the county treas- but he made an investigation and
Mr. V. W. Estes was communi- with an attack soon after rising at urers, and cut down their compensation -, Tenny, of the League, has found it still burning between the I I ATTACK ON TAMPICO
cated with, and he and Victor his home in the early morning, and from one per cent. on paying promised that he w'ould immediatelytake flooring above and ceiling beneath. Vera Cruz, Feb. 2. Tampico is being -
Starbuck, brother of the dead remarked to his wife that he felt and receiving to one-half of one percent up the work of trying to get The fire had been caused by an oil attacked by a strong force of
man, left for Clermont. Mr. queerly about the head. She bathedhis except on the first ten thousand action from the federal governmentto stove. The chief did some prompt :rebels. This alarming news was reported -
McCulloch was injured in the head but he grew worse, and a dollars; the percentage allowed on keep out the dreaded Mediterranean and efficient work on his own ac-:; here this afternoon. The Dolphin .
wreck: but not seriously.Mr. neighbor, Mr. Kilgore, carried him to this is one and a half per cent. This fruit fly. He will apply to the count, but didn't find it necessary to'! immediately left for Tampico.. if
Starbuck was at the court the sanitarium in his automobile, but modification of the law cut down the federal board of horticulture. Readers turn on the water. I'', -

house at five o'clock yesterday the end came in a few hours, due to compensation of county treasurers to of the Grower can help him in his I Both the runs made by the, department -, MISS ROMAINE CLARK HOSTESS
afternoon, and was attending to apoplexy. Mr. and Mrs. Floding had about fifty-five per cent. of what it work by getting out petitions on the were long ones, and the incident FOR AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB
business in his usual vigorous been on the streets until rather a late was formerly. So, if :Mr. Tucker really order of the one given in this issue,I I gives the chief and Commission
manner. He was in the best of hour Saturday evening. They attended cared to do it he could make a fine getting all in the neighborhood to I I I Clark Robertson a goo dtalking point The Saturday Auction Bridge club,
spirits and was anticipating the a motion picture theater and lookedin showing for himself. For he would be sign, and forwarding them to !to the purchase of an auto fire :together with some guests for "five
pleasure of the hunt with boy- at the shops, Mr. Floding being in able to show that he had earned the Tenny at Orlando. The growers Ir.1!(truck.urge 11'hundred" enjoyed meeting on Satur-
ish eagerness. his usual good health and spirits. lie county in interest never before earned now in shape for organized effort, and j I day with Miss Romaine Clark at the
The suddenness of his deathwill was a man of distinguished appearance ,,almost an amount enough Jto pay him- should use the means at hand. If San Juan, their popular hostess make
be a great shock to the people and kindly manners and was self, and that the commissions of the Mr. Tenny can induce the board to I RECEPTION FOR D. A. R. AT i,I ing the afternoon very delightful for

of Orlando, and elsewhere in liked by all who knew: him and loved office had been shaved down to abount quarantine the whole country against ROSALIND CLUB I each guest.
the state where he was known. and admired by those whQ knew him half of what they were formerly. ,those countries in which the fly is I Mrs. J. N. McElroy and Mrs. W. H. :
He had been prominent in the best. He and his family had been ; Perhaps Mr. Tucker will make a prevalent, he will have easily been The many visiting members of the I i Lewis won first honors at bridge, the '
public affairs of Orange county coming to Orlando for a number of showing like this some time before worth to the state all that it will cost Daughters of the American Revolu-to'I I latter receiving a deck of cards in a
for many years, and was distinguished winters and during that time had:June, if there should happen to be''for the next ten years to keep him'tion had a pleasant introduction ',leather case, the former, dainty hand
for his ruggedness of come to have a wide acquaintance.The I any occasion for him to do so. j Give Mr. Tenny your help and Orlando socially last evening through kerchiefs. .
character and ready outspoken remains. were sent to Hnutington I the I will do the rest, for Tenny knows!I the delightful reception held in their I For "five hundred," Mrs. Thompson
manner. He was a fearless W. Va., where they will be interred 1::MAKING PLANS FOR BETTER i iI the ropes; knows what to do and how honor by the local chapter.The received'first prize, a manicure chate-
prosecuting officer, and his place' in the family lot Mr. Floding was 68 I BABIES CONTEST |to do it.-Florida Grower. I ever-attractive Rosalind club i iI laine, and Mrs. Murphy the second, a
hard to fill. i I ,I house has been kindly tendered to the work
will be years of age. __e was a member of i ii I pretty bag.
The late hour at which the i the Methodist church, the fraternalorder I' Dr. Margaret, Vanpel Clarke, aftera :OLIVETTE COMMANDERY WILL ID.I A. R. for their and last use during the the I I I The daintily served and tempting
annual meeting, evening
news was received at the Senti- Knights of Pythias, and the G. brief visit to Palm Beach, is ex- INITIATE SIX CANDIDATES refreshments were enjoyed by all
nel office precludes any more at I A. R. He is survived by his wife and !':'pected in Orlando, where she will reception room was most effectively:''The club members and other guests
decorated with large American flags,I'
this time than a mere mentionof three children, Edward, of Atlanta; 'spend a few days with her friends,I Olivette Commandery No.4, !present were Mesdames Graham,
the terrible accident, which Mrs. W. E. Ward, of Los Angeles, and I Rev. Mary Safford and Rev. Eleanor !:Knights Templar, will hold a conclave while the mantel was banked with Munroe, Thompson, Jones, Murphy,
brought death in a second to one Mrs. George Saunders, of Orlando. I Gordon. Dr. Clarke is well known:the evening of February 26 and will I vines and nasturtiums.Mrs. i Campbell, McKean, Walker, McCormack -
of Orlando's most prominent Mrs. Saunders and Mrs. Floding accompanied -!I(,throughout the United States as the ,: confer the Red Cross and'Temple de- Thayer met the guests as they ; Nolan, Mcllvaine, McElroy,
citizens and public officials. the remains to Huntington -'originator of the "Better Babies" congests ':grees; there are six candidates. Eminent larrived, and led them to the receiv- jChalfant, Lewis, Mallory, Corwin,
Mrs. Starbuck, wife of the deceased !! ing line. The first to greet them here,Abernethy, Smith, Lawton, Cobb, Davis -
', where the funeral will be held her first work being done in Commander S. A. Johnson is''
lawyer, was not told of I j!was Mrs. W. S. Branch,.regent of the ; Howe, and Reichard, with Misses
Wednesday. (her home city, Waterloo, Iowa. Her preparing for the work and is expect- :
the accident last night.HORTICULTURISTS 'local i chapter, who introduced the i Hudson, Sparks, Mallory, Buckingham -
plan has been taken up with much en- ing an unusually well attended and; ,
!guests to Mrs. Frissell, of Miami, who ; '
PINDELL REFUSES POST OF AMBASSADOR thusiasm in all parts of the country, impressive conclave. Dinner will be : and Nathan.
Next stood Mrs.
the
state
his regent.
TO MEET AT TO RUSSIA I and it is an interesting circumstancethat served in the lodge room at six o'clock.I I '
Benj. Drew, by whom were Miss Vin-
PALATKA MR. AND MRS. JOHN McQUATERSENTERTAIN
Dr. Clarke will be in Orlando '
!
kuren, of St. Petersburg, secretary
Washington, Feb. I.I during the midwinter fair when the
2.-Henry ,
I CONVICT T LIFE IN for the state organization I
BARBARITIES Of and treasurer -
Palatka, Fla., Feb. 2.-The executive Pindell, of Peoria, III, who was recently -'first "Better Babies Contest" ever Mr. and Mrs. John McQuaters en-
committee of the Florida State nominated and confirmed as !held in this county will be conducted : Mrs. T. P. Warlow, president' of I:tertained a party of friends at their
I Horticultural society has today desig- ambassador to Russia, has declinedthe ,:by the Civic League. I I GEORGIA TOlD the Rosalind club, and Mrs. F. X.I'pleasant home on Hock lake, Satur-

nated May 5 to 8 as dates for the appointment, according to a letter I( Schuller. I day.
convention to be held this at I'I I Mrs. Dow, Mrs. Whitman, and Mrs.I I It was not known by the guests assembled
year to the president, made public at the ANNUAL MEETING OF BOARD OF Grand Jury in Atlanta Begins Investigation Schuller assisted by Misses Roberta
r / This has I that it was the seventy-sec
Palatka. society perhapsthe
White House
today. TRADE IN MARCH
j of Cruelties !
of I Alleged I I Branch, Mabel O'Neal, Mary Bran- ond birthday of Mr. Ware, of
largest membership any con- Mr. Pindell wrote ''President Wilson I to Prisoners and I Ii i one
Dorothy
Glenn Cheney
structive organization in the state that although the I ham, :those present, who is a brother-in-
,senate had investigated -i Due to a misunderstanding there
I --- delicious ice !
I Slemons served cream
,
Miss Okle C. Painter, of Jacksonville, i law of the host, until all were assem-
charges .
connected with his appointment was no meeting of the Board of Trade Special to the SentinelAtlanta I
is secretary of the society. Warnc he felt, nevertheless, that'|last night. Several members gathered :I Ga., ,Feb. 2.-Convicts and,i and Although cake. a number of visitors were I.bled at the table where a bounteous
T. Hamm, of Palatka, has been so* no question of any kind should con. at the Tea and Rest Room to citizens today told the grand jury I the function repast was served.
lected as chairman of the local committee nect itself with an ambassadorship, find that Mendelssohn club was of the barbarities in the prison camps:'present at pretty many I After dinner the merry party gathered -
of arrangements. Mr. Hamm which would be misunderstood abroad. in session there for a rehearsal. A ,near Atlanta that exceed the tortures,I more delegates are expected today, wild flowers, which abound in the
when the business session ,will be be-i
is also chairman of the convention few adjourned to the office of the alleged to be inflicted on Russion po- fields and woods about Rock lake, and

committee of the Palatka board of VANDERBILT PARTY SAIL FOR I president, Col. J. N. Bradshaw, but litical prisoners. I,gun. I when the day was drawing to a close
trade. No essential will be over NEW YORK after waiting for a quorum for awhile According to the evidence sixty : !I enjoyed a most delightful automobile
looked by the Gem City to make the no meeting was declared. The an-'prisoners were flogged in one day and i.BOARD OF SUFFRAGE LEAGUE ride, returning to Orlando where theyare

coming convention a genuine success. Special to the Sentinel. nual meeting of the chamber takes each was beaten unconscious. Great I I HAS INTERESTING SESSION spending the winter.
It is urged by the society that inasmuch Kingston, Jamaica, Feb. 2.-The Al- place in March. An effort will be leather straps riveted with copper Among those present were :Mr. and
as horticulture is the greatest mirante came into port at midnight,! made to have a crowd present at that were used on the bare flesh of the A meeting of the executive board Mrs. Edwin Ware, Mrs. Catharine
industry in Florida, every one interested bearing on board the Vanderbilt party time. 'convicts. of the Florida Equal Suffrage association I Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Powell, Mr.
in fruit raising in the state rescued from the yacht Warrior last: I,I' Several, it is said, went crazy after was held in Orlando yesterday!I land Mrs. J. A. Hollenbeck, )Ir. Henry
should .be a member of the state so- week. The party came ashore and WILL SULLIVAN IS DECLARED :being whipped and some cut off their morning, Rev. Mary SaffonJ, presid- Dobson, Mrs. Fuller and daughter

ciety. purchased some clothing, and left SANE AND WILL BE TRIED ;;i I fingers. in their delirium. One young 1:mg. Frances. All are from\Rockford. ilL
:
again, for New York. I The lunacy commission appointedto :'boy committed suicide to escape be- Since the perfection of the state I Sr I II S
THE WEATHER inquire into the sanity of Will Sullivan ing whipped. I organization last November much has: BAPTIST AID SOCIETY MET WITH

Florida: Unsettled Tuesday; prob- FUNERAL OF JOHN McDADE who was arrested several days,I Reputable citizens corroborated the;i;been accomplished, and the officers' MRS. M. A .DELANEY
ably rain in south and central port ago for cutting orange trees in a :stories of the convicts and swore that;;are encouraged by the success of their I The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist
tions. Wednesday, fair. The funeral services over the remains grove at Pine Castle and committingother ;dogs had refused the food furnishedthe ::efforts. church met with Mrs. !I. A. De-
1 1, Mrs. Florence M. and Mrs.E. Laney yesterday afternoon. It
of John McDade, who died in depredations, declared the sub- prisoners. i'' Cooley was
Ingersoll $1.00 watches, guaranteed his barber shop of acute indigestion ject sane, and he will be tried in I Already the grand jury has indicted' 0. Locke, of Jacksonville, were :the monthly meeting, and there was
for one year, and good alarm clocks Saturday night, will take place tomorrow criminal court. He was held on bond two officials for brutality and whole-:;:present at yesterday's meeting, am'i I a lengthy business session, after
for $1.00. Curtis & O'Neal morning at 9 o'clock. of $90. L _;'.1-e. sale indictments are predicted. will spend several days in the city. which a social hour was enjoyed.

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and of the highest grade and the funeral services, court took a recess, WOOD, COAL AND ICE ents pint.
best roots that they have ever seen in Ii the flag on the city building was at Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
e the way of citrus nursery stock. half mast and the entire city paid Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's: (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your doorcash with order.
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DEATH OF CAPT. R. H. MARKS The funeral services at the cem-
etery were under the auspices of Sanford -
The city was shocked last Wednes-i Lodge of Elks and their beauti-
:. day morning to hear of the sudden;ful ceremony was carried out, the 1'he fcfto Success,
Mur- eITYAIID
death of Capt. R. H. Marks. On quartette composed of Messrs.
Tuesday he was at his place of busi- rell, lloyd, Wildman and Polk ren- : e0UHTRYLAL
ness as usual and in the best of health dering the beautiful "Vacant Chair"at 9
and entertained a few friends that the close of the exercises. SIATE 1,. NSE I
evening at a dinner party, afterward Capt. Marks leaves a loving wife, IMPROVED AN
.' attending the moving picture show Mrs. Ethel Clayton Marks, to mourn I Just arrived car load OTARYUnIMPROVE
and retiring in his usual good health. the loss of a man who was ever true ORLANDO UbIIC
Mrs. Marks was awakened about mid- to the ideals of the highest type in FORDS for immediate : FLORIDA.
night by the Captain complaining of his home life and one who loved and .
feeling sick and Dr. Puleston was was loved devotedly.The deliver'y.Get .
called and recognized the case as be- sympathy of the city, county Office in Rock Building I .ORANGE: AVE. Opposite San Joan Hole '
ing acute indigestion. Before he and states goes out to her in her yours now.
: could administer any medicine Capt. hour of sorrow and affliction.-San.
Marks had breathed his last. 'lie was ford Herald. F. G. RUSH, I LUCERNE THEATRE
about seventy-five years of age at
Phone 226
the time of his death and had residedin BUILDING AND LOAN
this city for the past thirtyfiveyears -
being identified with the city's It is a matter of surprise that in a Wednesday, Feb. 4.i .
growth from its infancy. place of the size and the enterpriseand I I
He was born in Georgia and passedhis rapid growth of Orlando there is i READ WHAT THE PAPER SAYS
early childhood near White Sul- not a building and loan association.
of the city has been The same Company and Production that played Atlanta -
phur Springs, where his father, a While the growth
Presbyterian minister, had a charge. rapid it would have been perhaps last week. Prices, .50-75-$1.00-$1.50.$2.00. Seats on
When the civil war broke out the loy-! twice as much so if this indispensable sale Saturday, Jan. 31st at Estes Pharmacy.
al Marks boys, R. H. and M. R., were adjunct to building operations had
the first to answer the call, the one been present The Sentinel says that I x OLIVER MOROSCO
to become the captain of a company the matter of forming such an organ-
and the latter a major, and both ization has frequently been discussedand PRESENTS
served with distinction until the sur- that at last it has taken positive .,.
render at Appomattox, and afterwardcame form and that the business of selling
to Florida to live. I stock will begin soon. Douglas R. r------m
He had resided here ever since, Ellerbe, the present teller of the Peo I
with the exception of a few years pIe's National bank, will relinquishthat WE MAKE IT OUR BUSINESSTo
Februaryand
the first of
spent in Orlando and Madison. position on
The funeral services occurred yesterday I will devote himself to the busi- Stationery, Office
particular
supply
at ten o'clock from the Pres- ness of organizing and conducting the ,
byterian church, of which deceasedwas building and loan association. He has Supplies and Blank Books for particular peo-
a member, Dr. Brownlee officiat- had extensive experience in that line.Tampa hJ
ing. All the stores closed during the Times. ple. iS 1

We try to please even the most fastid-
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ious, and will welcome enquiries about the O

OLIVE OIL I special goods you have not been able to pro-

cure elsewhere.Our 1'111Wtfu1

Housewives, be careful where you buy your Olive Oil. staple line comprises enough fill
The Pure Food and Drug Law cannot do it all. Olive
Oil is one of the easiest of all articles adulterated.We all ordinary demands.Our S

carry the Pure Olive Oil of VIRGIN quality, im- prices will bring future orders.
ported from Italy through our New York broker. For I c

SALADS, COOKING OR MEDICINAL USE. W. S. BRANCH; A .

Per Pint . .. .. .. . .. .. . 50c. BY
Per Quart . .. .. .. . .. .. . $1.00 The Arcade Book and Music Store e CLEAN
Per Gallon . .. .. . . .. . .. . $3.50

G : Have you seen the Griffing roses W. T.-ENTRICAN, J.HARTLE? |j | \ PIQUAN1ANNErlS' ;

:!on the government lot opposite Elks'Home
I DeLaney & AbernethyDRUGGISTS ? Office opposite postoffice.W. Offers to Orlando the newest and best iliCOMEDY I II
: of workmanship in the painting and
H. Brokaw, salesman. Phone 267. .
r MHtlltMMitillilittlllllltltMli It l.decorating 1-21-lm trade. Phone 636. I Lavrette Taylor's Perpetual N. Y. Triumph.OCKLAWAIIA .



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blare arms.Fame of Sometimes does trumpets not always and this the gift come shock of with the of : ,< ORLANDO N O BANK: & TRUST I COMPANY

gods that all men crave springs sud-
Latest Patterns and Colors in
denly,dull panoplied, into being, with :,
. the face of wisdom or of war, and Orlando. Florida.Condition .
again, sometimes in the quiet walks Ginghams and PercalesSee :
of life, when one has left the roar of : I at the close of business December 31, ,1913t
the new line otLadies' :
% battle and has gone aside to pick a : I RESOURCESLoans
fledgling from the ground, stooping, :
one finds a laurel wreath. Muslin Underwear : and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10
Sam Walter Foss wrote one poem .. Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
that will live. And those who loved : Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
him need ask for him no higher fame : McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57
than to have been the author of the Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.57$656,3S2.21

"House by the Side of the Road." :
Surely his name is written down in : STORE ;
the Book of Life as "one who loved : LIABILITIES ;

his fellow man." 128 S. Orange Ave. Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00 ;
During his early manhood Foss Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86 ;

was a newspaper editor, having for a Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38$656,382.2i ;
number of years edited the Yankee : i
Blade. During the past twenty yearsof \
_
his life he was one of the best \
\
known of the minor American poets, .t..IIII..O II.lllf i.IJ.t 'O 14.K Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . .. . . $489,971.68 \
having written "Back Country Poems I" H . . . ..... .t 11"'. r. ...... It at II I Itl III 0 01 to I fit c+tI Deposits on Dec 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38
," "Whiffs of Wild Meadows," i

"Dreams of Homespun," "Songs of I Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70 ;
War and Peace," and "Songs of the
Average Man." [ELECTRIC[ VACUUM L .CLENER[ [ The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust i

But it was not till he had given Company desire to call the attention ,of its depositors and
the "House by the Side of the Road"as friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
a contribution to literature that management of the Bank feels that this showing. reflects -

"fame, like a"footman, touched his 1 t the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
: this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and 0'
sleeve. He had lived quietly, unpre-
tentiously, in his house by the side of Have your room or house ,,. strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful
statements to its
the road for many years, looking with patrons. ,
clear vision on the travelers who cleaned without dust or troubleof is!. M. SMITH, President
passed his doorway, and when he died, I
W. M. DAVIS Vice-President
C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
"the race of men-the men who were moving furniture .
good and the men who were bad"-
stopped in their passing to deck his ::;::::: :' :: : ::: : Mtti:+::+: H+::mMWm>mMMaMMm+l:1

bier with the unfading roses of love.
... Few poems in the English languageare The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced i Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of'lorida's I I e t.ll.t'lllll +"

finer than these four stanzas: best fruit trees, easily : : ::
man. reached from all parts of Orange, j Just ReceivedAnother
Let me of live the in road my house by the side Lake Seminole, Osceola and Volusia r

Where the race of men go by- counties by auto over hard surfaced;f.
The men who are good and men who I SEE THEM FOR TERMS roads, most convenient for all planters Shipment of
aVe bad, and most reliable in Florida.i
As good and as bad as I, Fla. :
Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine,
I would not sit in the scorner's seat I
Nor hurl the dynic's ban; Write for catalog. :

Let me of' live the in road my house by the side 'llnc,1 .. REINOR[ GAS A 04[ IR[

And be a friend to man.I 1 e rl[ Lt [LLTmL[ u Thirty-five FOR acres SALE, fronting on Lake : ,

see from my house by the side of Conway, 25 acres, of fruit land, and :
the road, ten acres of garden land, one hundred -I
By the side of the highway of life,, CHURCH 'STREET bearing orange trees, small :
This is the fourth order this
The men who press with the ardor of : jr. house and barn. Price 2500. I |
hope, Twenty-eight acres, twelve acresin I
The men who are faint with the "I""" I Ot... grove, four hundred bearing trees, : winter and they selling fast
; are
,. .
strife, hundred budded grapefruit -
. -. ,- :.t 4? .' -.. -" and two young
-- -- h fruit
And turn not away from their smiles eight hundred bares of y
ot ttavt teats, I now on trees. Price $3,200. : so place your order now while
Both parts of the Infinite Plan; i Ii Eighty acres, twenty-five acres
Let me live in my house by the side cleared and fenced, house and out-
llanimond&Gore last and be for the
of the road buildings. Price 1500. they prepared
And be a friend to man.I Twenty acres on lake front, well
i located, three hundred bearing orange i next cold spell $4.50 and X6.50.ORLANDO .
know there are brook-gladdened FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMn. LMERS. :rees. Price $2,200. ,
meadows ahead Twenty acres good fruit land on,
And mountains of wearisome height ---- ----- - lake front, two acres bearing orange
That ,the road passes on through the REAL VALUES LOW PRICESCOMPARE ;rove, good six room house. Price' -
long afternoon 51,000.
And stretches away to the night, Twenty-five acres bearing orange
But still I rejoice when the travelers grove located on lake front within the
rejoice y city limits. Ideal location for subdi- VATER & LIGHT
And weep with the strangers that OUR 'FURNITUREWe vision. Price, $10,500.J. !
moan, E. eRA WFORD m'l
Nor live in my house by the side of
Office Blue Drug Store
the road, provide the quality furniture that has long 117 over S. Orange Avenue a DeDartment
Like a man who dwells alone. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the Phone 404
t standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
Let me live in my house by the side ...110111111111111111111111101111111110111111111111,.
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. \Ve can't make
Where of the the race road of m&i go by; this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof Advertising in the Sentinel brings
bad, this business and that much to prompt and sure results. Try it and 111111111..eIIID"IIOttlllllllllllllll'lllllla
They are good, they are they are means any buyer. w
weak, they are strong, be convinced.
Wise, foolish-and so am I;
Then why should I sit. in the scorner'sseat McNEILL & DV IS BLOCK,

Or hurl the cynic's ban? : Dr. BucRmaster A Sacrifice Price
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla. I II a
Let me of live the in road my house by the side I ,I I'

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And be a friend to man. .. ,
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Osteopathic Physician I
If Foss had written nothing more :: I-
his name would live for. many years OeIDiGI = I"11 132 Orange Avenue @

in American Ittters. : AH EXPERT
Next door to People's Bank,
"I would not sit in the scorner's seat, : up-stairs. Acute and chronic Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
Nor hurl the cynic's ban; Sign Writer is in charge of Sign Department whose treated.Telephone .
diseases :
Let me live'in my house by the side : one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved -
of the road past experience with some of the foremost of Ameri-
And be a friend to man." ca's sign makers assures the highest possible grade of 578. 11 with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest

Can finer : work. When makes claims -- -- locations in Orlando.
genius say a thing'or can one big it is up to one to ; ;

the human heart express a broader : make good, but these claims should be weighed quite as \VE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
humanity? AND DO ALL KINDS OF '
Price
much for your sake as ours. The is Right
OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
"Let me live in my house by the side :

of the road GE O. A. BAR TcEI
Where the race of men go by; .
They are good, they are bad, theyare

Wise, foolish-and weak, they so are am strong I." SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONLet I ;

Oi1allO R Estate B t
Few sermons ever written, except us figure on your work for Orlando's MidWinterFair. ll
1
the Sermon on the Mount, express so I.
L H. RAMSDELL
simply and so beautifullv the love of
man and the spirit of theChrist. '111111111111111 = *lllelllalI"IIIIIDltloOIIIIIIII OPTOMETRIST Watkins Block
Phone 504 ;
Once before the Journal publishedthis (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
poem on its editorial page. It
is for ORLANDO, FLORIDAHIMMimCMIMUHMi i
published today, the second Sllllllelellllllellllllllllllllllllll""tll'IIOI..
time, by request.-Pen a:'la Journal. ;
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Just Received '

NOTICEAll t j(WM. HARPER A SACRIFICE OFFER -

merchants are requested not to DRS.1JOSEPHINE( HARPEROSTEOPATHS il 1i

let Mrs.any parties Jos. Cusworth have anything, formerly chargedto Mrs. New line of Foulards, Crepes i Ten Hundred and fifty dollars will buy my beautiful ,-

Isaac Barber, without a written order \ Established Practice- In corner lot 70x85 feet. High and dry, close in near park ;
from herself or Jos. Cusworth. and other Spring materials. Oldest Orlando I and lake. Also adjoining the above a brand new six 1.
1.31.3t with bath and ceiled basement.
19 W. Church Street, Up-Stain room Bungalow, room
Consu htion and Ex- Price, $2,200. Also adjoining, a nearly new twostorysix 'i
W. T. EXTRICAX, amination FreeNOTICE room cottage, including auto shed and rose house. I j

Makes a specialty of painting, paper- I MISS: S HAMILTON & DUNN .'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII' lot 40x117 feet; or I will sell the whole property together J
with
ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. for $!200.00 and allow dealers' commission :>i
Phone 636. 1-21-lm I I terms. I mean business. No good offer refused. :

E. N. COY. p rj

Take your repairing to Warman on Agents for Barclay Corsets I hereby give notice that after Jan-I Corner of West and Ridgewood.Price J3\ j'
.Court street. 12-5-tf uary 9th I will not be responsible for

--- McCall's Patterns any Helen debts Gwynne..1.11ti contracted by my wife, Mrs. $1900.00.'l. _

Sentinel want ads., are read. WYNDOM P. GWYNNE. NN_! !iVMi! I -'
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F.r THE DAILY STATE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE;'set in their determination to be un- REALTY MEN LOOKING FOR A SELLS ANOTHER BUNGALOW '
For Sale
Ten
convinced. It is quite useless for LOCATION FOR EXCHANGE |I Acre
South Florida Sentinel
:. The Sentinel is surprised to see two them to suggest in reply that we There. was a meeting of the realty': Mr. Dale sold California bungalowNo. Grove

MORNING AND WEEKLY such able and distinguished editorsas have already the agencies with whichto men yesterday afternoon at the of- 2 Saturday to Mr. P. L. Sullivan, Paying Big

'f i:: _JOSIAH__FERRIS.- ---Editor-----and--Owner. those who write the heavies for the accomplish this work, for the fact fice of Mr. E. C. Young, and the com- of Buckton, Ill Mr. Sullivan will
r; Flor- Tampa Times and Palatka News conclude remains that the things that need to mittee named to secure permanent move in t9day. Mr. Dale has onlyone Profits.Located .

,,r.;_ Ida. at Second Class and agree that there is no work'I i be done are neglected from year to quarters reported progress but was bungalow left to sell, viz., No. 5.,

;. TO ADVERTISERS: for a state board of trade to do. It I I year, and the people continue to pay unable to make a complete report. having sold four in the last few East of Town near city

f Copy for dinplty-and all other han -Ieti is their contention that all the energy,I I the price of such failure to come together More time was given and another weeks. This is surely quick selling. limits on a beautiful lake. .500 full

,dv rtmnr must be handed in at the business talent and financial backing that can in a strongly united body with meeting will be held soon. .
,l office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. i i resources sufficientHo undertake many bearing orange trees, 130 to two year
:; the day before publication. This rule applies be given to organizations of such!I Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,
to chances for contract advertising: it. is character should be given the local i I!i I big enterprises or to correct many Subscribe for the Sentinel on Court street 12.5-tf old budded grape fruit trees Crop J
k. invariable and mil be strictly adhered to.SUBSCRIPTION
commercial bodies, and !i ruinous evils for the good of the stateas
that
they can: this year: 1600 boxes that sold for
f do all a whole. The Sentinel favors a -- - -
to the well
RATES: necessary being and
state chamber of with o 11I11I11111 t 1IIIIII+a II111I11I III r II t I 1I11 III t ,one dollar box. Prospects for
commerce per
I' a
a;: One Year ........ ............5.00 ,prosperity of the state.
r Six Months ... ... ...... .. .... 2.50 This is so utterly at variance with paid executive officer; a man of I 3000 boxes this year... Has been

;.e Three Months ................. 1.25; the views of the Sentinel that it affords I brains, energy and conscience. Hei L fertilized twice this ear and is in
i I should be as big as a congressman LoanOn 1I I j
In Advance. opportunity to blow off a bit in Money to 1
regard to the work which might and jand I as well paid, and he could do I perfect condition. If sold in ten

. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911.s should be done by a state body, and'I more work for the good of Florida I i days price is $6500.Cooper .

ti since we have a state chamber of I than all the congressional delegation i

i Yesterday was ground hog day, andthe commerce we shall employ that term I!combined. I t '

' ground hog saw his shadow-so '!.n preference to that Used by the I \A, &> AthaExclusive

! we'll have six months more of winter I Ii Times and News.. TIlE BOND MARKET ACTIVEIn
improved city
i -winter, ha, ha! The president of the state chamberof Agents ..

! o commerce is Mr. L E. Dozier, of view of the fact that the city of

t "After Huerta, What?" asks the Leesburg. As an individual and citizen Orlando will soon offer a hundred 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. (

Bradford Telegraph. Carranza, Villa, Mr. Dozier has devoted much time thousand dollar bond issue and the ,0 property.

t Wilson and a flock of others are after and probably no inconsiderable county an issue six times as large, it Orlando Florida

1 him, but he is immovable. amount of money in bringing the attention is encouraging to read such reports ,

'- 0 of congress to the need for I as the following from the Engineering -

f' Go-to-Church, Sunday. It can not the improvement of the Ocklawaha News of January 29: s. : 'JT.A..IIII.llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt.
II -
: do any possible harm and may do< river, and the possibilities of commerce "The most encouraging piece of

untold good to yourself or some one in such a project We are glad I news to the engineering professionthat !
}: '\ else who will be influenced to by; that the I i
go
.j state has such a man as Mr. I t has appeared for a good while uto ml

? your going.Editor Dozier, for if it were not for a few was the marked success last week of Supree

o of his kind such matters as the Ock-II 1 the sale of $51,000,000 New York 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111t

I Milton Smith has secured lawaha project would be overlooked.,state 41-2 per cent. bonds. The two
t a patent on a kindling fuel. "Kin- or neglected simply because it is not.I New York banking firms which secured $ A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX The oil that has '

: dling Wood" is a familiar refrain a local project, or is too big for a1!I the whole issue at a bid priceof

A- to all editors. Let Editor Smith lead 11 local body to take hold of and push to I|< 106.7 sold them, it is stated, within THE PALMS AUTO COREO stood the supreme -

f.e the chorus. consummation.: ,If the state had a two hours at an average price of test

o well organized chamber of commerce 107 1-4. The substantial premium

c,, Harry Floyd needs a new medium with an able man in charge as paid commanded for this issue and the MOTOR CARS
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of expression; he dares not write his secretary with funds to be used in I large number of bidders who made offers ==- THAT __
For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also I
thoughts for fear that the Tampa Tri- furthering such enterprises the bur I for it, taken in connection with carry a

bune will not print them.. Harry den of it would not fall on such men I the acitvity which has prevailed in full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force I '

must have been reading Elinor Glynt as Mr. Dozier. Investigation might.the bond market generally since the Goo G Gulf Gasoline

o prove that he has some selfish end to beginning of the year, all indicate of competent repair men. All our work. is absolutely

iJ. With the exception of a stretch o fbe| gained through his activities in that the great amount of engineering guaranteed.

', road between 'Lou hman and Haines this direction, but even if that be true work which has been postponed be .,I

City the road between Orlando an jthe| great public service that he i is cause of financial conditions may in

Tampa is said to be in good condi rendering overshadows it. Moreover., no long time be undertaken." I

I tion. Polk county commissioners, it doesn't make any difference how | P.G.WALTONAgl.PHONES .
THE PALMS AUTO CO
take notice. able Mr. Dozier may be to bear this SIDELIGHTS

0 expense,and do this work it is not

t The tax assessors met in Jacksonville fair that he should do so. FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. 450.269
(By W. S. Branch)
yesterday to decide whether they There is another matter of great
I No man was ever tempted to
commit
-
'.. should '"sass" the commission or comply importance to the state which comes iiiiiiiimiomnciiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiini H( I 4444ItIttOItOOIIttMan
I murder, to steal, to perjure, t 0
with its mandate to assess at the properly within the province of a
state chamber lie, to slander, or do any other meanor
cash value of property. We're betting of commerce and is too -
criminal act because he attended
on the commission. broad and far reaching for a local. \
board to church on Sunday. On the other hand,
attempt. That is the
ques
* o thousands thousands of the most
tion of upon
freight rates
The packing house at Fort Myers on brick. Nearly heinous crimes have been committed I
every town and county in Florida is
t which burned Friday said to have
was II because men have gone to some other
concerned
in
t this subject. It is a .
been the largest! in the world devoted
place instead of to church on Sunday.
matter that
I exclusively to the packing of citrus interstate should be carried to the Go-to-Church, Sunday, and ask some
I" commerce commission, and
fruits. Plans were made at once to one else to go.
it should be presented there
by attorneys
rebuild by the plucky directors, provided *
who are specialists in this class
t material could be procured''of Capt Clark sets the pace for the
practice. Orlando is
at this
time
t. quickly enough to erect a temporary residents of Livingston avenue in the .;
f structure to finish out the season. facing the proposition of having to is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry. ,
; outrageous matter of a well kept lawn and pretty; -
pay freights
on a large
0 quantity of brick. Such a fight should flower beds. In fact most anybody; The majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule
I' Orlando should have a weather staI be given into in the city may take pointers from the e
the hands of agents well ladies but of he has
,. tion. Here's something for the Board paid for their time and experience.The genial Captain as to how to make not as expensive jewelry as necessity

I' of Trade to get after. The town is members of the local board are roses bloom and grass yield a velvet. to wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring,

. centrally located for. a large and well busy with their carpet.
own affairs and'the
populated area of growers and others cuff links, vest chain and numerous other articles are all
resources are not great. Even if Orlando p
who would like to get their weather Quite a large number of the em- .
should make the fight and get to be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men'sjewelry. .
reports in full and at first hand. So rates to Orlando adjudicated ployes in the Chicago postoffice do

far as the Sentinel is informed there not necessarily follow that the, it rates does their work on roller,skates, and saves Quality the best. Stocks the largest.Lh.Evans tI

!iisn't a weather station in central to Palatka, Sanford, Kissimmee and great deal of time thereby. The

Florida, and Orlando is the logical Plant City would be adjusted at the employes of the Orlando postoffice

spot for itSpeaker same time. It is obviously a case i in would do better on a pair of stilts or \ .

o which all should- --- he-- --r.ronrocanfo/J........ ..\4 ..uu...1 a vest pocket edition of a flying ma-!
t Champ Clark has introduced .a common cause made. chine. .' ,
( a bill providing for federal aid The '
question of good roads is I '
for the drainage of swamp and over- other. The counties an- Most everybody who pays an income ,
are doing their
[ flowed lands. In the statistics pre- individual parts in tax of any size is cross becausehe "
sented on the subject Florida is shownto tems establishing sys- has to pay it, and those who do
of _
highways within each _
but --- -
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have some nineteen million acres not have an income large enough to
there is
a lack of
f' of such land, and Louisiana comes anything like co- make the payment of the tax a neces-
operation in the
next with ten million, acres. As Flor- I construction of continuous sity are cross because their income is

ida leads the list it looks as if a Flor cipal cities.highways between our prin- so minute that no tax is required.
It If one county appoints
a 444 the JewelerOPPOSITE
ida congressman should have taken committee to confer with other
the initiative in securing federal aid the burden of the work and counties -I There was one unlucky thing about ,
ex- the 1913. There thirteen
t, for'drainage. It follows logically the pense falls on that year were
appropriation of money for irriga- county and com billion cigarettes consumed by the
mittee there
is no POSTOFFICE
organized effort
tion men, women and children of the
deepening of harbors and rivers and no forum
1 where the
and constructing highways, and in may be discussed common interest United States during the year. There

time it will come. decided.It and action were also about the same number of EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGOrlando's

o cigars burned during the same period,
The is needless to multiply examples, and this was also unlucky for every-
state health officer recently issued -
but they are many and if the Times body ,except Tampa, which furnished 1 a
a circular noises
on
I unnecessary and News
and can not see them the Sentinel all but twelve billion, six hundred
among such noises he denounced
fears that they are hopelessly and thirty-five million of them.
Jim
"Big the whistle at the mu-
r
; nicipal plant in Jacksonville which

f L has been employed for years to sound I I Favorite Shopping Place

the time for rising in the morning,
eating at noon and quitting in the New Studdbakers are HereFour

evening. The state health officer '

probably did not consider the sacred Cylinder, Five Passenger Touring The ..A.fterzna

ground he was treading upon. Big Car $1,115.Four .

Jim was an issue in a senatorial cam- Cylinder Landau-Roadster in the stores history is the verdict expressed about our "Great
paign once, and it may be again. One $1,265. Success unparallelled
t: Now! in order to clear up the oddments and short lengths which
Sale
of the candidates was running as the Six Cylinder Six Car Removal
Passenger Touring
t accumulated during the remarkable selling just past we intend on
. friend of the laboring man, and it was $1,640. have naturally
cited on the stump that he had se-
cured the consent of the board of pub- Prices f.o.b.. Orlando.All MOND.A.

lic works in Jacksonville to blow Big Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and

Jim so that the working man would starter--and every up-to-day equipment. Come

know when to break his slumbers, around and see them. to offer these at such stimulating prices that make short work of
when to go to work, when to lunch, i

and when to refrain from labor. In them.

this labor way,he and had while shown this his evidence friendshipfor may San Juan Garage Co. Early Buying Advantageous

be regarded by some as rather flimsy .

't pretext upon which to solicit the support All Night ServiceAJAX

of the laboring man, it may be

that it had considerable weight, for .A.EJ:01N: E. JVES:

the other candidate could cite nothing :TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five

that he had done for the same class. per cent off for cash, S. Orange Avenue, Orlando i it
If Big Jim were silenced there would

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B. E MILLER, Manager a
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Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. : i o. Matinee 2 to 10 P.M. |I.

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: try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to Program : SPECIALSJ.

: satisfy that desire for something sweet--.and you also 3-Splendid Photo Plays-3 I

"Fate and Three" (Powers)
: have done.the same thing many times.
I J A pulsating drama of the seashore. :

: If we can convince you that pure candy is1 : "The Simple Life" (Nestor) I ,.
C. Wimple window shades 38x84 inches used PPS
A splendid comedy with Ramona ,
healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. :
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U. S. Government -
by
:. point, why then you'll realize that your money is well "The Missionary Box" (Rex)

:' spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- I A strong drama interest.A of pathos. and heart If they are good enough for Uncle Sam, they are good

ment. :
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WEDDING TO BE REMEMBERED

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BUTT'S KNDY KITCHEN t The stately halls of Maitland Inn '$3.25 Mattresses while they last $1.98.

were filled on the afternoon of January -

29th by a throng of "fair women $3.00 Screens special at $1.98

t The home of pure home-made Candies, and brave men," comprising many of ,

the elite of Maitland, who were assembled Our line of Crockery is the largest and best in South
to witness the marriage of .
Orange AvenueHiiiiiiiMMiiiiiimmimiiMiMii .
two of Minnesota's youthful scions- Florida.

: Miss Elizabeth Hartwell, daughter of .
I I the late Hieronymous and Mrs. Proserpine -

n Hartwell, of Hiawatha Manor, Oil Heaters $3.50, $3.75, $4 and $4.50

Crow Wing county, and the Hon.
LOCATION OF CATHOLIC BAZAR James Harris, son of Baron Harris, of

WADE \ CHANGED Kiliecrankie Castle, Scotland. The Full line of Electric Supplies, Heaters, Stoves, Irons, etc.
The bazar which the members of ceremony took place in the private

THE ORLANDO TUNER, FLA. the Catholic church will hold will beheld chapel of the Inn, which was thrown Complete lines of the following:
in the room in the Arcade recently open by the courtesy of "mine hosts."

I vacated by the People's Nation- All the pews were occupied by the Furniture office desks dining tables chairs buffets to match
,
a1 bank. This room fronts on Pine relatives of the bridal pair, and their ,

Secure your seat at the Eddy street and is just across the Arcade radiant faces and gorgeous toilettes China closets, iron beds, springs mattresses aluminum ware
walk from&nch's store. It intended the of the impressive ,
recital today. Tickets all one price- was -I added greatly to effect -

75 cents. 3-3t,,I to use the room opposite the scene. The admiring company Heise glassware, Japanese and German China suitable for

Mr. C. B. Hanson left yesterday' Grand theater, but that has been rent- of guests, other than relations,
ed to the Colonial Land stood in about the
lor a short visit to Tampa and St. company. picturesque groups gifts.
Petersburg.Mr. The dates of the bazar are Thursday, magnificent apartment, and as the
Friday and Saturday, February 5th, proceeded the only sounds furnish home
ceremony We
C.. H. Crandon, of Boston, can your complete. Take the eleva-
6th! and 7th and the
place is the room apart from the voice of the good bish-
Mass.the San, is Juan.in Orlando* today a guest at in the Arcade formerly occupied by op were those of the stifled emotions tor to the third i lloor.Orlando's.

the People's National bank. Remember that pervaded the onlookers.The .
'a Mr. Carl Linderman, Jr., of New the date and place and help the bride wore a gown that defies

York city, is among the late arrivals good cause. description, and about her neck in
I at the San Juan. ..
fourteen strands was a rope of pearls,
:Mrs. T. :M. Murphy, one of Kissim. ORANGE PARK AUCTION. the gift of the bridegroom. It is said

mee's estimable ladies, was an, Orlando The Colonial Land Company have to have cost not less than half a mil-

visitor yesterday.. purchased the Harrington orange lion. The bride carried a charming
Th !1ae11-ckath
:Mrs. Chas. D. Hallett and Mrs. J. grove and have subdivided it into big "shower bouquet," the handiwork of :

C. Hallett, of St. Petersburg, are visitors lots, 50 and 60 foot front and 188 feet one of America's most skilled artists, :

to Orlando today. deep. her face expressed radiant happiness.The I

Mrs. E. E. Adams and Miss Adams, This choice spot is'one of the pret- bridegroom-but who talks of :

of :Maitland, were among the city's tiest in the city. The road along the him at such a time. Suffice it to say
welcome visitors yesterday.Mrs. front is Iked with magnificent large that the glance of his eagle eyes Largest Store
down oak trees and every lot is covered !showed a grim determination to endure -
L. F. Bergman came I
with large orange trees in full\ bear- to the end. The bridesmaidswere
from Winter Park last night to attend "
the D .A. R. convention.Mrs. ing. Capt. Norton Miller, the auc- Miss Tintoretta Wigglesworth, "Quality Did It.
tioneer, is a great story teller and of Rattlesnake Falls, Montana, and
Minnie Moore Willson, the authoress -
gives away daily one hundred choice Miss Birdie McCluskey, of Hoboken,
is up from Kissimmee in attendance presents with a smile that makes one N. J., while Captain Theophrastus till 11111 111I1 I1111 III'11111 11111 11111 III I. 11111 11111 I 11111111111111111111111111.
at the D. A. R convention.Mrs. .
feel pleased to take them. Ketcham, of Washington and Guam,
S .L. Pike and daughter, Miss Orange Park has a pretty park on filled in every particular the office of :
Florence, of Rochester, N. Y., are located Spring lake and the outlook is acrossto "best man." AUCTION SALE OF LOTS IN

at the Keystone for the win- the country Club and golf links. "-As a preliminary to the joyous OAKWOOD PARK lllllllllllmlllllll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.IIIIII."

ter. The advertisement in this paper invites I occasion a delightful and most appropriate - ; Fresh
.
Next Thursday night, February 5, every one out to the sale and feature was supplied by Mr. The Orlando Land Development Vegetables

I is the date of Eddy's recital. Have promises conveyance to Orange Park Sidney Newman, of Macon, Ga., the company, represented by :Messrs. E.

you secured your ticket? Do it to- and return, starting from the corner well known vocalist, who gave a won- H. and J. F. Nein, have announcedan Received Every MorningWe
day. 3-3t of Concord and Orange avenues at derful rendition of the fine old Scotchair auction sale of residence lots in

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Edwards, of 1 p. m. and every ten minutes until "Oh, Whistle and I Will Come toY Oakwood Park, Tuesday, February 3.

Cleveland, Ohio, .arrived in Orlando 2:30; returning at 5 p. m. e, My Lad." Then followed the This firm bought and subdivided this carry the greatest variety of any gro- :

yesterday and are registered at the wedding march, beautifully played on beaut subdivision just'a year ago cery in the city.
San Juan. Mrs. S. A. Robinson yesterday had the fine chapel organ by one of the and since the inaugural opening in ::

Get your tickets today to the Eddy the, misfortune to fall from a chair "ladies of the lake;" after which the February\ of last year have sold all i. Dog BiscuitsWill

organ recital, on sale at Branch's, and injure her hip. She is confined to Re\j. Cymbeline Tooter, bishop of but about 30'of the lots. These will

DeLaney & Abernethy's, and Allen's the bed, and while the injury is very Tangona, tied the hymenial knot, by be sold at public auction on the above

jewelry store. 3-3t painful it is hoped not to be serious. means of an original service, admirable date, commencing at 1 p. m. The firm keep your canine healthy.

I Capt. John W. Niles, of Sterling, for its simplicity and brevity.An also announces that they will giveaway
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pepper and Mrs.
Tenn. I Ill., Mr. C. L. Niles, of Anamosa, la., elaborate banquet followed, and free on the day of the sale a Fresh Cocoanuts Candy Figs
A. W. Ketchum, of Memphis, ,
!are in Orlando, stopping with their then amid shouts of farewell, and valuable lot and $20 in gold. There
are registered at the San Juan for an
visit. !old friends, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wher- showers of rice, the happy pair were will be free autos for those who wishto Nut Meats
indefinite
i ry, at their pretty home on East whirled away to parts unknown. attend the sale, leaving postoffice
sale of Goods and
out Dry
Closing Central avenue. They will shortly embark in the at 12:30 p. m.
in the E. G. Duckworth old
Shoes "
magnificent yacht, "Royal Stuart,
Shoes for men, women and children -
stand. Sale starts February 4. Look It -Dry Goods: Notions, etc. Big which Commodore Buck has gener. i Warman Repairs and Retires Baby j THE SANITARY GROCERY i
for the big sign.
closing out sale in the E. G. Duck- ously loaned them, and will "sail away Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf
Bishop James Atkins arrived yesterday worth old stand. Look for the sign for a year and a day, 'to the land -
from Waynesville, N. C., and CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
across the front. Sale starts Febru- where the bom-tree grows, and may A to share room :
in Orlando. He is .WANTED- roomer
will today
spend happiness ever attend them.
Charles
4th. It Near St. :
ary with man.
young 200 6 & 8 E. Pine
registered at the San Juan. Meanwhile a solemn quiet pervadesthe "Roomer," 9 East Street
hotel Address
I Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Barr, off,
Mrs. J. L. Hutchinson and three groves of Maitland Inn.PENNYLINER.. Washington street. 2-3-3t .
Junction City, Kas., have arrived for 1
children arrived yesterday from Chattanooga '
the inter and are stopping at 305 .
CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.IIIII'IQIII"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'
Tenn., and are making their FOR RENT-Large, attractive room .
Franklin
East street. Mrs. Barr,
home at the New Lucerne.Mr. WEAR A CARNATION in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. j
whose name is Frances Greeno Barr, 24-3t "
Winfield Provost, the clever is the author of "Chips and Splinters -
Thursday is the anniversary of the -
representative of the Howe Rubber i ," a little booklet, destined to be-
company, of New Brunswick, N. J., birth of William McKinley, and in all Eat what you want.
come popular.
very want.
in Orlando. parts of the United States, and in Eat all you
yesterday it.
spent; Lawrence Gentile, wife and baby Take a postscript and forget '1111111111111111111111111111191111111111111'111"' "
J many parts of the world, people will sale by all druggists. :
Mr. S. S. Griffin, one of Orlando'shustling in the from Orlando. Although For
\are city l-T-d&w-lyr .
wear a carnation, in honor of his
real estate agents, left yes-
Mr. Gentile is
a. young man,
It the goodness of his .
memory. was
terday afternoon for Tampa to attendto
a veteran in the fruit commission
character and the tragic death with :
FLORIST
important business matters. business, and has for years been distributing LUTHER THE SNOWMELLOWFor
,6 I which he met that has caused a senti..
:Misses McCoy and McLean from': Florida citrus fruits to cus- ment of remembering him by wearing I Cut Flowers :

I Washington, near Columbus, Ohio,are tomers from Cincinnati and other a carnation. This was his favorite I
"with Mrs. E. A. Potts, East Jackson points in the "frigid zone.TampaTribune. flower during his life. ROSES, VIOLETS, :
Families Hotels and Restaurants
street, for an indefinite period.Mr. . CARNATIONS, PANSIES, : ,

and Mrs. A. J. Rude arrived Mr. T. L. Ferris, of Tampa, accom- CARD OF THANKS :
panied by his wife and three chil- POTTED PLANTS
last night from Sinclairville, N. Y., We wish to thank most sincerelyall II I
dren, arrived in Orlando Superior to Eggs at fifth the
yesterday one cost
and will be the guests of Mr. and who so kindly helped us duringthe I
afternoon, having driven the distance I
Mrs. M. B. Pratt, 10 West Livingstonavenue. I! fire of Sunday morning. I
since Sunday morning behind a teamof BERNICE AND MABEL C.SMITH. $1.50 :
I Good Wood -
ponies. They had and
a good trip I At all Grocers
W. E. Tucker, superintendent of enjoyed the long drive, although Mr. Better Wood $2 and $2.25 :
Advertisers who would reach the
American Life
agents for the Lincoln Ferris said upon arriving that it I .
Insurance company, of Jacksonville, seemed that they'd been on the roada "pick of the population," find that Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 : .

arrived last night to look after busi- month. It has been some time since the Daily Sentinel is a very profitable I Now being demonstrated at

ness interests. Mr. Ferris was in Orlando, and he! proposition.OSTEOPATHY. This won't last long, :

Remember the big closing out sale was amazed at the wonderful improvements -I Stock up while you can. :

of Dry Goods and Shoes in the room here. He came to visit I

formerly occupied by E. G. Duck- his SentinelEat brother. Mr. Josiah Ferris, of the Orlando Wood Yard : DICKSON & IVES

worth. Sale starts February 4th. DR. J. C .HOWELL

Look for the big sign. ItLadies' what you want. Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo 104 W. Pine St.

hair dressing, Eat all you want. extra charge for house treatment .
massage KINGSLEY, Proprietor
Take a postscript and forget it. B. W.
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IT PAYS I FOR SALE-Bargains in improved I II FOR RENT-Furnished large room, I >tninmii .. ..,... .., . .I
$$100.00 DOWN I anil unimproved lands. See S. S. in modern home; bath, hot and cold [
Does it pay? Speaking of the ben- i Bowman, owner, East Taft, Fla. water; telephone; close in. 312 North I
w-lm Main street. l-29-6t
sI efits to,be derived from judicious ad- i 5
AND $25.00 PER MONTH vertising, ask Spearmint gum manu- FOR SALE-One car of nice milk TWO FURNISHED bed rooms and
b BUYS A HOME. facturers if I cows, all fresh and heavy springers. one kitchen, for $25.00 per month. I
This
advertising pays. I Good color, and the prices are right. One bed room and kitchen for $14.00
Call at my office for particulars. company paid $11,000 recently for a J. W. Stegall, Thomasville, Ga. per month. M. Lendrum, 210 Patrick California BungalowsOnly
lotto double page ad. in the Saturday Even- 1-28-61 street l-30-3t

j: We have some excellent investment ing Post, representing the profits FOR SALE OR KENT-With stock FOR RENT-Large sunny front room, 1
propositions listed this week. from the sale of 22,000,000 sticks of and tools, best farm in county; va- facing Lake Eola, with privilege of left to sell. Good Size Lot I I *

Some will dividends in rent of chewing gum for this ad. to appearone riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- light housekeeping. 217 E. RobinsonAve.
pay We time. The Chamberlain Medicine I to-date buildings, etc.' Box 144, Orlando 2-3-3t Good Size House. All Doors and
18 per cent personally guar J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf
antee them to do it. company has just set aside $750,000for FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom -

j Seven room house and over 1 acre 1914 advertising. Does it pay I FOR SALE-Four-passenger Buick to persons wishing suburban Windows ScreenedAll
car, 1912 make. Has been accommodations; also 2 acres good
successful recently
these firms whose goods [
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in six blocks from Orange
:
grove 'overhauled, fine running order. Going truck land, close in. Good opportu-
avenue. Will cut into seven lots. have become household words i for right Address "A,"
up I away is reason for selling. Price nity person. Electric Fixtures Installed
High and dry and 'select neighbor- throughout the land? Can a duck $400. Address Owner, 511 E. Orange Sentinel 9-Stf

hood. Water, lights and sewerage swim?-Polk County Record. j,,street, Lakeland, Fla. 1-22-6t
I Price 750
: in street. Price only $3150. New. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS $2 .

Beautiful homes at sacrifice prices Griffing trees give results. Office]I Farm of twenty* acres, ten acres LOST-Lady's small hand bag, con' Real Value as rapid sales plainly show.
Ranging from $1500 to $6000. Closein opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales-i'cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2 taining several gold pins. Reward

and easy terms. man. 12-25-tf ,miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake if returned to postoffice. 1-31-3t I --
Davis Good wire fence on three
sides. Small new house and well. WANTED want a partner to en-I''
EVERY ONE SUFFERING WITH About 15,000 feet of saw timber. gage with me in the moving FRED. B. DALE Owner
SEVERE COLDS Land all dry and suitable for truck- business on the road, making week ,
ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to stands. Must invest $200. Only hon-
For the last week everybody in Or- work it and will sell at a bargain. est and reliable persons need apply. 306 Anderson Street
lando seems to have a severe cold, anda Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. Let me hear from you. R. G. White, 11 *
real bad cold is about the most annoying l-12-lm-d&w Winter Park, Fla. l-31-3t
thing a person can have. It iiianiiiiniiMi
A is said that colds are contagious, andit I .
must be true, for when one personin '1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIO I'III'IIIIII'I'I' IIICOllllt"See - -
y Hand Bldg., Church St. a family catches a cold, the rest of
-
the family generally has one also.

"PEG 0' MY HEART"In called Laney Lots of&D.people Abernethy C. Capsules in Orlando make, which a cold say cure only De-, Corner THE[ [ENTERPRISE[ r [ MEAT[ MARKET[

"Peg o' My: Heart," which Oliver takes a few doses to break up the
'!I rosco, the brilliant young produc- most severe cold. 1-23-tf
ing manager, gave to the public, J. Lake and Anderson. 21 East Pine Street

Hartley Manners has written one of
PEOPLE'S WANTS ORLANDO
g the sweetest plays and created one of FLORIDA

the most lovable characters which 'Streets 0

s was ever created, and is still being
i played in New York by Miss Laurette MUNNIMAKERS !
Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale For JUST OPENED
Taylor, seen on the stage in recent Rent. etc, for this column 25c for one day,
60c for three days or $100 for one week, for CII'lr IIII } f : : lllel'G lllltllllet IIII
and
f years. The play was one of the big ::5 word or less. Money must accompany Everything new complete. As sani-

_ successes of last season, and will be the advertisements for this column as no as can be. Best tenderest and freshest
1 will be made credit.FOR tary ,
insertions on
seen at the Lucerne theater next AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a price WANT TO BUY an orange or grape ;
.-: you can afford to pay to own i:. fruit grove. Address C. B., Box Meats of all kinds.
Wednesday nightPeg I SALE j311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf 5CJ. l-27-2w
is the daughter of aristo- ---- -- --
an 1-- W.\NTED-l\Ian who understands
f
cratic Englishwoman who has married FOR SALE.-Fresh Jersey milk cow, FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Jersey orange culture would like to taks t Fish and Oysters in Season
6 old. Dr. P. Philips, Orlando, bull calf; solid fawn color; fine specimen -
years of Address J. E. Miller *
,
against the wishes of her family, an I for from care grove.
Irish socialist. At the daughter's Fla. \ 2-1-3t\stock. Quick breeding sale at reasonable registered price. ,:315 1-27-lw Piedmont avenue, Orlando, Fla. Courteous attention; prompt service and r

' birth the mother dies, and Peg has 1913 HARLEY DAVIDSON motor- Inquire of George W. Eldredge Man- right. Give trial. '
been cycle, used but little, perfect con-I ager "The Palms," Winter Park, Fla. FOUND-Pair of heavy gold rim prices me a
raised and educated her
I
by Lake Eola. Ownercan
dition throughout. Address J. H.l-2S-4t spectacles on .
whole-hearted father, who, as she says Brink, P. 0. Box 502, Orlando, Fla. have same by calling at this of- H B M B M B B
k during the action of the piece, "knew 1-29-lw I FOR SALE-Ford touring car; 1912 I flee, identifying same and paying for
model; good condition. Inquire of this ad. 1-28-tf J. A: COX ProprietorPHONE
more about motherhood than ,
any FOR SALE-COO acres of high grade
R. E. Lee, New Lucerne hotel. 31-3t
other man in the world." citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
{ She is simple, natural and impulsive and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 FOR SALE subsoilingj tree planting, stump 105 ,
miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin,: blowing, orchard renovating; land
iij and when she is transplantedinto Orlando, Fla. i One two-horse wagon; one two-seat cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand
spring wagon; three wagon horses. Estimates
the affected, surface-living atmosphere supplies. cheerfully
of the Chichester home FOR .SALE-Five acres grass land,I Cheap.1-31-2W R. E..,Kelsey, Oviedo.Fla. furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St.,
' I just inside city limits. Equally Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lra
there is trouble of all sorts. Peg'srich
E good for pasture or trucking pur- FOR SALE IIICII'OI III IIIICIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIOllllt'I
uncle has made her his heiress i YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
:, i poses. For price, call on or address,
and the Chichesters are acting as her I'II Miss Bernice, Smith, Orlando. Fla. Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; per- ring 448 for the Arcade Press-
1-30-2w I fectly gentle, and free milker. Can ing Club. The boy will call.. Club Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
guardians. While this hurts their i be seen at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe
sense of pride, the remuneration they FOR SALE I Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. cialty. 1-10-lm !

are to receive is very acceptable justat I Five-room bungalow; three spacious 1-31-tf WANTED-Ladies, bring your combings
that time. Peg is entirely out of piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- FOR SALE and cut hair to 305 Garland I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

her element, and can not win the ap-I I ern 1-15-lm improvements. 4 506 Lexington St. One good Jersey cow; will give over street. We will make them as desired rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, n >rth.
3 gallons fresh about or purchase same for cash. Close in and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
proval or affection of her guardians,I per day ; giving Nickolas & Nickolas. ; near park
but manages through her sweetness i THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round !:12 gallons a day now; will be fresh 12-30-lm six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
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i timber; cut over once; three acres March 23rd. Also, two young heifers,
LOST-Gold cuff link with initial"B heating and bath room facilities. Large, basement -
and generosity to save the daughter 'from roomy
I cleared and planted in orange and; good stock one 2 years old, one "
of the family, Ethel, from the dis-I'grapefruit; lake front and beautiful;i ii i!18 months. Will take $125 for the somewhere on the Orlando wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
grace of an elopement with a marriedman i location for a home; one mile and a:'(bunch. J. D. Jackson, West Amelia streets Sentinel Monday.office, and If found receive, leave reward at the of furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
and also to win for herself a I quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. and Parramore. 1-31-lw. $1.00. M-tf House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These

titled husband. Clarke__ u, Ocoee, Fla. ___ __1-28-tf_ __ NOTICE 'lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I

t Oliver Morosco has given the playan JACKSONVILLE HOTEL FOR SALE FOR RENT The books for the registration of offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

artistic production in every way, The St. Albans; located in heart of voters in Orange county will be Open to all.
t city; modern in every respect; forty opened in my office at the Court
with EIGHT-ROOM furnIshed house
excellent
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an cheerful rooms. Doing good steady all ; gas House on Monday, January 5th, 1914, COY
and electric 205 E. Robinson E. N.
Hall has the title role surroundedby lights.
t the year round business. Ill health and will be kept open six days in .
Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
Ruth Bartland, Fred L Tilden,!i cause of sale. Ten thousand cash, avenue on. each week, until the first Monday in 307 West St. NorlbOr ando1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOI
Vivian Gilbert, Herbert Ashton and;I terms on balance. For full particu- THE ST. JA lES-308 West street. March, 1914. ,
lars, address owner, Mrs. D. J. Con- Rooms new and modern. Choice W. L DOLIVE,
others. roy, Jacksonville, Fla. location, moderate price. l-30-6t 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. lllttt


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YOU KNOW ORANGE PARK IS SAID TO BE THE AND THE AGENTS WERE VERY PLEASANT AND CONCORD AND ORANGE AVENUE, WE'LL RIDE '
PRETTIEST AND BEST DEVELOPMENT EVER OUT ANn BACK.
COURTEOUS. ,
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OPENED. ITS A WONDER. LOCATED ON THE IS GOING TO TELL STORIES AND GIVE AWAY YOU KNOW ORANGE PARK. IS OWNED BY THE
MAIN ROAD TO THE COUNTRY CLUB. HAS A COLONIAL LAND COMPANY, 12 WEST PINE ST. 3
HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF VALUABLE
HARD ROAD ALL ALONG THE FRONT.. BIG MAGNIFICENT OPPOSITE GRAND THEATRE: B. N.'B. MILLER'
j PRESENTS. WE WONT HAVE TO BUY TO GET
OAK TREES IN FRONT OF LOTS AND PRES.;.GEO. L. ATKINS, SEC.; EDWARD W. WAT-
EVERY LOT IS COVERED WITH BIG FULL BEARING ONE,AND THEY ARE DANDIES. WE SAW THEM SON,TREAS.P. ..

ORANGE TREES. THAT'S SOME TREES, IN THE BIG STORE WINDOW AT 12 WEST PINE i

WHEN YOU LEARN THAT THE LOTS ARE FROM STREET, OPPOSITE THE GRAND THEATRE. LET'S S.-IF YOU WANT TO WALK OUT, WE WILL
FIFTY TO SIXTY FEET FRONT AND NEARLY 200 GO AND SEE THEM THE NEXT TIME WE GO GO OUT CONCORD STREET TO DOT LAKE, AND
LONG. I WAS OUT THERE YESTERDAY, A BIG DOWN TOWN. ,AND BE SURE AND MEET ME WED- IT'S ONLY A STEP FROM THERE. THE SIGN
CROWD WAS LOOKING ORANGE PARK OVER, NESDAY AT ONE O'CLOCK AT THE CORNER OF WILL DIRECT YOU.

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SEE FOR,YOURSELF-THAT.OUR WORK IS ABSOLUTELY F FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY, RESPECT. DON'T: BE MISLED BY A JEALOUS COMPETITOR. MAKE, ENGAGEMENTS f'
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,'t j.v_ 1'Painter and interior decorator., New went, Florida Standard and ,Marsh .

"JCpit'The counties people are.of looking'Orange forward and adja-to ideas Expert and workmen old ones employed.,too. Phone 636. prices Seedless for, varieties.Al stock Sold at ,Ocklawaha reasonable I.1====":"' \\\11\ rt:I ; ==lUmmmm:8: :
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I I Nurseries., Tangerine, Fla. Write for
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'riot Trammell and other: state.(offi- 'f! -to' .wrTIreAliathonte>4frtt . . ,
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., see, ; Capt. R. E. Rose,-state chemist*. : A. a- + L \ Ttor: 1 & L'ht CO.
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t :iato friendly rivalry and the: results R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served In interior Gas. Water Ice "
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,*rOrlandd, happens to be peculiarly most.beautiful 1 and,'healthful'. location; In Florida, on :
'J :Veil.located for an exposition*of,the : high ridge between two lovely 'lakes, 40 acres In parks. .
character; and-the- citizens:of that en-" ,. Golf,,Tennis,Bowling; Billiards, Fishing;'Shooting; etc. : Office:--No: 18/West Central Avenue. ,
? 3tbprising' city and section are'to be I_ Hotel has 500feet broadpliz a. All modeen Improve- t.\
f '"r'complimented for making possible an ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. : No. 6rjftalillMHHHiimilMMMIIIMmj
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street, was platted ,and put on the market just one year ago. It is subdivided A Valuable Lot and $20 in Goldt
into 1!6 beautiful _Since the inaugural o 30 . t
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Tuesday, February 3rd. No private sales,I but to be sold I absolutely to the away ; "

highest bidder and at the mercy oi the auctioneer's hammer; FREE, RIDE TO THE SALE, LEAVING. POST OFFICE ,AT 12:30 .

Yon Make the Price. Don't Miss this 'Sale P. M. AND EVERY_ :TEN MINUTES_ THEREAFTER. .


i OAKWOOD PARK has been laid.out on modern plans! and Five:; new Terras. of Sale, : T Ti
> house'have'been built 6y:home builders since it was put on' the market. It is :

bound to grow, as it is in the path of the city's growth. One.fourth in six months, one.fourth' in twelve months and one-fourth in :: '

eighteen months. Sixjper cent interest on deferred payments; three per cent.
Lots Sold, Only; to White People discount on deferred p IymeritS for cash: "**&': -f' -1- ,--' S ; ;.

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PROGRAM FOR WEEK COMMENCING Just a moment of your valuable time, dear reader, Thursday

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2 please lay all else aside until you glance at the pro- "Pseudo Prodigal" (Reliance)-Comedy. -
Zi ; gram of pictures to be shown at "An Orphan's Romance" (Than.-Drama. 2 reels. '.

Monday .
Lucerne
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houser-Comedy. 2 reels.
"Prisoner of the Mountains" (MajesticDramaORLANDO'S) BEST PHOTO PLAY HOUSE "Her Father's Story" (Broncho-Drama. 2 reels.
I "Mrs. Brown's Burglar" (Majestic)-Comedy.

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No Pictures. Shown Tuesday Night Saturday
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Wednesday \ "His Father's Wife (Thanhouser)-Drama.
"Pride of the Force" (Majestic)-Comedy.MiitYmtMiilllHHMM .
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have the heart to boost the hen as a
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songster.The
FISH AND GAME New Goods Arriving Daily
fact that the Morgan company I
quit several directorates is not taken:J Kept under the best sanitary conditions. I.Ve I.
to mean that it will lose money by *
so doing is it? Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh 'S .
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decorated by the king of Belgium,I\ We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We haveeverythin'g \ sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
which in that country is just as goodas in the Meat line.
getting a job in vaudeville. I made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.O'S' .
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Suits, "Lord Baltimore brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. '
"Are you satisfied with yourself? I! The PARLOR MARKET
asks an Ohio paper. But that is not Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin &Co.
the Is the boss satisfied r
question. Best place in the city to trade. ,.
with you. ? H. M., Self & Co. &Co. '

Man is resourceful and full of ex I PINE STREET \ 1
cuses. He advances the theory that
underclothing, when too thick causes :
red noses. Phone No. 80 w. M. SLEMONS

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Most people locate furnished rooms ORANGE AVENUE.
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Reconciliation Married a I
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New York, Jan. .-While Dun .,
x / can C. Pell at one time wealthy, but .
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now a salesman for an automobile

I company, was demonstrating a machine '

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stepped up to him with a girl on his '
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I ESTABLISHED1SAFC.CONSERVATIVE.ACcOMMODATING It was Pell's daughter, whom he

had not seen in many years, and the \ are distributing with our compliments. -

results of that meeting have led to aI I -

Don't a reconciliation between Pell and his It not only explains the law Imt is -
Stop Saving! first wife, Anna Ogden Pell, from .so arranged
whom he gob a divorce in 1900 on the
Some young people resolve to save ground of desertion and married that you can figure as you read whether or not you
His divorce decree declared I
again. was
i and for a time they deposit their money invalid here and Mrs. Pell gota are liable and 1\OVll11l1cl1.


t a regularly in the Bankbut after a while Last decree night in 1905.Pell was calling at the Call and get one, or phone and vie" will mail it. I _

they lose interest and spend money for apartment of his first wife, but refused -
r to say what the reconciliation
luxuries not actually needed. would lead to. Mrs. Anna Ogden Fell

said that the rumor that they would 1 js'n _
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Start an account now with us and determine ,
Pell has not been dviorced by his second
to make deposit credit wife. i .
a to your -
Duncan C. Pell, who is a brother of ]UnSlIrD
each week. H. Archibald Pell and a cousin of .
Theodore Roosevelt Pell, was an amateur -
,, '; athlete and horseman at the time I
4 per cent interest paid on Savings f.. '(01'1"i)
he married Anna Ogden Pendleton, t r ,, Ll? 0 FLOC
Account. daughter of Mrs. William Pendleton
of New Brighton, Staten Island, in i t\ '

December, 1892. The couple lived together y.Ql1H
until 1900, when they separated
THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO Mrs. Fell taking the two children ,

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Ogden.
Pell had inherited some money and
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THE ORIGIN AND VALUE OF THE currents of life. The evening may orange plantation at Orlando. Soon 91+Ip'I
MODERN SUNDAY used for social life. after he left Mrs. Pell went into the '
At this time the I I tl iIJi II i, I' I i'I I'' I'I!
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home may be a temple for the lonely] millinery business, because, she said, a u
"After all, the test of Sunday is and homeless; at this time neighbors the allowance was: not sufficient for

Monday. If on Monday morning you may learn to know each other better, her needs.
are cross and tired, if the work of [and father and child may come closer After Pell had been in Florida abouta
the coming week looms up before you together. The question of Sunday year he got a divorce on the groundof Fresh Candies
as hard, uninteresting drudgery, if games and Sunday excursions is not desertion.: He stopped the allowance
have no courage or hope when so much a question of right and he had been making his wife L.
you and in Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c.
look forward to the coming days, wrong, as we usually use those words 1910 married Helen Louise "
you If God seems far away and duty 'as it is a question of wisdom Gardner of West Haven, Conn. Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . .30c.40c. I).
Ii'I or expediency Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c.. lb. Dixie Cream . II. II. II. . f&
hard, if the sky is gray and your using that word in its The first Mrs. Feel sued here for II II.
At noblest divorce Miss Menthal Drops . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Nougat & . . . . . . . . . R :.40c. lb.
sense. the naming Gardner
'world is stuffed with sawdust, then most there areI : ;: as co
there has been something wrong with j 1 I I but eight or ten hours for all the respondent and the decree was granted Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels II. . . 40c. (L.

your Sunday, I care not how ori I I beautiful things we want to do and on the ground that Pell's allegation Gum Drops . .. & . . . . . 20c. Ib.Chocolate! Almonds .
where it was spent. In some way!I(I need to do. Surely the wise man will of desertion was false, his actiona Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows i
r you have missed its secret. But if on I I I consider carefully what' will count for fraud on the Florida courts and Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams
Monday morning your daily tasks most therefore void in this state. So up Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts
God is and j I "When we reach that to the time Mrs. Pell the first
seem interesting, if near stage of i intellectual got
and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanut
duty not so hard to do, if you have ': and spiritual development her divorce Pell had two wives under *
I Ice Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, 110. 15c. extra for delivering
when any
I all the law of
courage for whatever may come, then days are sacred days and all New York state.
quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any on*,
0 life a matter Pell and his
of
your Sunday was well spent no mat, sacred responsibility; second wife went through our factory.
z ter whence came its inspiration." when men and women realize that abroad, where a daughter was born to 6' _

I they are factors in God's &clan for-__ the_no them, and for some time they Croppedout -- HOT DRINKS SERVED
The above is the conclusion of ant evolution of good to better and better. of sight. They came back to New ,
able sermon delivered by Rev. Eleanor to best, then legislation for the proper -. York ana Pell has been working as a FRENCH DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.
Gordon at Unity Chapel Sundayon observance of Sunday will no longer . salesman for an automobile concernthe Hot Milk Cholccate (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc.

"How to Keep Sunday." Miss vex the mind of the good citizen,, money he OICthad having been Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . II 10( :.
' Gordon took her text the oft for all enactments and lost by speculation. Beef Bouillon . . . . . lOc.
as words regulations They were living II. II. II. \Hot Lemonade '
. . . . . . . . lOc.
Jesus, "The Sabbath was made for pertaining to this day will be but part, at 321 West Fifty-fifth street. Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c. \ II
man and not man for the Sabbath," of the legislation that has for its aims Last fall Pell met his son, who is Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c.
and also the words of Emerson, "The the conserving of the highest and now about 21, and promised to get '
f' Sunday is the core of our civilization, best, in human life. This legislationwill employment for him. The inn wentto ayer Candy Co. '
> dedicated to thought and reverence." not be founded upon the decisionof work to bring about a reconciliation ,

She sketched briefly the evolution a Roman emperor who lived sixteen between his parents, if possible, 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
E of the Hebrew Sabbath and its trans-i centuries ago, nor upon the fact that and as one step in it took his sisterto
ferrence in the year 321, under Constantine -i the ancient Chaldeans worshipped the be introduced to her father at the rllll.I..III..IIIIIOI.IIIDI&aDollttFClr
to the Christian Sunday. number seven, but upon the needs of automobile show.
But the greater part of the sermon the human soul, and its appeal for Then one day recently the son persuaded o} < n
hour was taken for a discussion of I[authority will be simply all human his mother to go to the store 1" 'CUi]
the best WlYto use the modern Sun i experience." where his father was employed and

day. In part she said:, I the two 'met for the first time since e '

=x "We are free this morning to consider CLARENCE EDDY, ORGANIST he left to go to Fltrida, fourteen
this question from the standpoint years ago.
of human needs. We may Will Appear ;Concert Thursday A reporter saw :Mrs. Pell at her '

r come to this question as men and Night, February 5, at First apartment at 139 East Thirty-third Souvenir Spoons .
women who seek to know the laws Baptist Church street last night and asked her if it
of human life. :Many people think were true that she was reconciled

they are eminently religious when Pre-eminent among the musical with her former husband and ;f they I o We have a large and complete line) 0
they spend the day in lounging and ''events I slated for the month of February intended to be remarried i ,
!
i reading the morning paper and the stands the organ recital to be "Why, how did you learn anything .
late magazines. But if this Sunday\given by Clarence Eddy, at the Baptist about that?" she said. "I have met State Spoons and Orlando Spoons

has its reason for being in the moral i church, Thursday night, February Mr. Pell recently, but he has not been
and spiritual needs of men and women 5th. divorced, you know, so how can we
this is not the best way to use I In illustration of the esteem i in be married? There is nothing to it U Come and see.

it. The over-busy days of the week,which Eddy is held by contemporarycritics And I don't think I care to say anymore
make it difficult to use Sunday the'I is the following from the New now. I will let you know all j o
i wisest way. Too many little caresare ,York Musical America concerning a about it at the proper time."
crowded into Sunday morning.I'recital given at Ocean Grove, N. J.: At 321 West Fifty-fifth street, JewelersO
All through the week we are using i I "More than 6,000 persons enjoyed where Mr.: Pell had been living, it was ALLEN & CO P
too much life just to live, and is it the opportunity of hearing Clarence'Eddy said that "both lira and Mrs. Pell U '
j
'i
strange that we have on Sunday considered by many to be the were out of town Mrs. Pell had
morning but one thought and that i is world's leading concert organist, ina i been away since May, it was learned. I
to rest? recital at the big auditorium The
last directory gives the name of Helen Everything Guaranteed Reliable
"But taking things as they are, Wednesday evening. The affair was Pell, actress, living at that address f Repgdl:
what shall we do with this day? The of especial interest in that it provideda A call on the telephone for Irs. : I. .

morning should be given to the con sample of the programs Mr. Eddy _Anna. Ogden Pell's home late lastmgnt
sideration of those that will present throughout his -- -- -
things pertain next was answered by a man's voice.
to the spiritual life and far trans-continental tour which "This is character of COUNTRY CLUB DANCE HAS ,CATHOLIC BAZAAR
so during Mr. Pell, he said, "and I to vivify and ennoble the I
as I know the church service is the he will have, as he had on this occa don't care to discuss this matter 'Royal Egypt' even as Bernhardt BEEN POSTPONEDMr. -
most valuable means for this. Something sion, the assistance of his gifted wife, Why can't you leave us alone for yet.a might have done at the age of twentysix. LeRoy B. Giles, chairman of I Thursday, Friday and Saturday, ,
of the Country
in the future may be discovered the contralto. time until this thing"'is settled?" Her costumes are truly gorgeous the house committee February 5th, 6th and 7th. Dollfns
that is of more value than this' "Organists from all parts of the Mr. Pell would not tell where Irs. representing not merely money, Club, has announced that the dance, building, opposite the Grand. Embroidery -,
religious service, but so far nothing' country, who are gathering here in i Helen L Pell is, or if he was in a but exquisite taste, thought and cul which was to have been held on the prizes,. suppers, cream and
has. The afternoon should be givento connection with the forthcoming con position to remarry his fir.c w !e. ture. In several scenes she wears first Wednesday in the month, will be cake.Ladies'.
the reading of those books which vention of the National Association of shawls and draperies and gowns that postponed from February 4th to
are helpful in every way to the soul Organists, were in evidence through WHAT THEY SAY OF HELEN were made in Egypt hundreds of Wednesday night, February 11th, on
hair
life and for which have little out the audience and account of the attraction at the theater dressing, massage,
we so they were unanimous GARDNER (MRS. DUNCAN years ago, and jewels that cost over shampoo, electric drier.
2-3-2t Gem Barbe
time during the week-noble poetry, in according Mr. Eddy the PELL) IN"CLEOPATRA""Miss fifty thousand dollars." tomorrow night.! Shop.
: sincere fiction, sociology, all and anything highest praise' for the artistry displayed Helen Gardner is a glorious CLOSED FOR-STOCK TAKING 1-2-tt

I that will make life better worth in his recital" poem as Cleopatra. The part would EXECUTIVE BOARD OF CIVIC In order to facilitate stock taking -
the living. And some of this afternoon tax the art of Bernhardt. Miss Gard LEAGUEThe Marion B. Ives has decided to close Cash Registers., Warman fixes 'em ion
should be spent out of doors "The Hat Shop," at 12 East Inten- ner's rythmic beauty and Court street 12-5-tf j
dramatic instincts executive board of the Civic I the store for two days, Wednesday
where the revelations of God in sky dencia street, Pensacola, was visitedby her intellectuality, culture and League will meet this morning in the and Thursday. Open for business "_..,.
r.1a -maY_ enrich and deepen the a damaging fire on Tuesday night delicacy, have combined in her work Tea and Rest Room at ten o'clock. Friday. it Job printing at, the SentineLN \ '

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