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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 5, 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 MID-WINTER SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME.b .
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'; Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT :MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.

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; VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914. NUMBER 308.
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r it PRELIMINARY[ SURVEY[ OF f R ROADS T TE TOT WAlKING Will MATCH BEARRANGED H fOR fAIR[D WK[[ ( COUNTY DEMONSTRATION[ ENGAGES MAN WORK fOR fARM "TORREON[ N WITHIN A WK"[[ SLOGAN l .





BE[ PAVED[ WITH BRICK I IS ORDERED[ [Oi;Mr. lenge P. E. Through Brown_Who the Issued Sentinel Chal I.To Pay Like $600 Amount and to Government Maintenance Pays Of f REBELSWNOMARCHUNDERVILLR f


Finds a CompetitorIt I of Expert


.'', COMMISSIONERS- ENGAGE TWO THIRDS OF f CITY SEWERAGE[ [ is likely that an interesting exhibition The county board yesterday took FUNERAL[ Of l. G. STARBUCKI\REBEL LEADER- LEAVES

of walking will be one of the I action to engage an expert for farm

CITY THAT ENGINEER WORK FOR SYSTEM IS COMPLETED[ I:fair athletic week.contests to take ,place during I appropriating demonstration work$600 in for Orange the employment county-, ATTENDED[ [O BY HUNDREDS R[ FOR HIS FRONT FORCES TO HEAD

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Some days ago Mr. P. E. Brown,I I of such an expert conditioned

More Than Sixteen of the TwentyfiveMiles an employe of the Phillips Manufacturing -)upon the payment of a similar Services Conducted by Rev. Dr. John

SOME M NTH Will BE RfijUlRffi Been Laid through the Sentinel to meet any heel i I The action of the board was due to Simplicity REBELS[ [ WAITING FOR f AMMUNITION

and toe walker who might accept for I the persistent work of Mr. W. M.

4 Of the twenty-five miles of sewer a match to take place during the fair. I!(Edwards, of Plymouth, member of the Beautiful and impressive in sim-

CLERK IS DIRECTED TO ADVERTISE line in the proposed system which is Mr. Brown holds the championship' county school board, who had been plicity, the funeral services conductedat I CONCERTED ATTACK TO BE

: FOR PRICES ON MATE. now being constructed in Orlando, for Cologne, Germany, and is an all urging the board to consider the mat the Presbyterian church yesterday MADE ON FEDERALS 'AT
sixteen and two-thirds miles have round athlete. ter favorably for some time. afternoon over the remains of the TORREON
FEBRUARY
TO CONSTRUCT
RIALS
been completed.The The challenge as published in the The government in the extensionof late county solicitor, L. G. Starbuck,
} 10 IS REPORT
HIGHWAY SYSTEM sewer contractors, Messrs. F. Sentinel met the eye of Mr. Hugh P. scientific agricultural operationshas were attended by hundreds of people

, D. Harvey & Co., put down four milesof Sweeney, who is stopping in Orlandofor a provision for assisting countieson ''representing every creed and class in ,Special to the SentinelEl n ,
The county commissioners yester- pipe during the month of January.At the winter. Mr. Sweeney has the basis indicated. Mr. C. H. Orlando. Paso, Feb. 4.-Soldier guards

day took the first decisive action since this rate it would be reasonable to won medals for roller skating and Baker was chosen by the board for I The large auditorium of the church 'who have been on duty along the international -

4 the road bond issue was voted looking predict that the system will be com- was at one time a champion boxer in the position in Orange county, and was filled, except the seats reserved boundary here to prevent

:. t to,the construction of the system pleted by April. 1, and City EngineerG. the amateur, class; he is also some the clerk was notified to communicatehis .for the funeral party, some time be 1'1:smuggling of arms across the border
of highways authorized :In the issue R. Ramsey is inclined to take this walker, holding the record in New appointment to :Mr. Baker. :fore the hour, and after the arrival,were withdrawn today.

City Engineer G. R. Ramsey was hopeful view of it. Jersey for ten mile and hundred mile of the casket followed by the family I Villa left Juarez for Chihuahua early .

,engaged to make the preliminary sur- The septic tanks which are being contests. Mr. Sweeney met Westonon and immediate friends, the back of ][ today. It is expected he will leave
PRESIDENT Of PERU TAKEN BY
vey for the roads, and will begin constructed by Mr. Hamilton Johnsonare his cross-continent walk and escorted !the church was crowded with many I 1 the capital for Escalon Friday. Tues-

about his work as soon as he cant progressing well, and it is be him from Philadelphia to Newark. who could not be accommodated with I day, February 10, is said to be the
R REBELS[ [ fOR
gain time from the supervision of lieved that they will be ready as soon Mrs Sweeney represents the BellvilleC. EXIT seats. II day for a concerted attack of all the

i the sewerage system which is now as the other part of the system is C., of Newark. Last night he issued The court house was closed during :rebel forces on Torreon.
h being installed fo rthe city. Mn completed. this reply to Mr. Brown's chal- Attempted to Reform the Financial the hour and the county officials, including -
' Ramsey agreed, to do the work for I In event, it is Believed that the the county commissioners attended '
any lenge: System and Met With Opposition :EXPECT TO BE IN TORREON
$850. early summer will find the system "I would like to meet Mr. Brown ina and Revolution the services in a body, being WITHIN A WEEK
The selection of Engineer Ramsey practically complete, though some match walking heel and toe race seated in the left tier. The membersof

r ,for this important work is a distinct time will elapse before the connectionsare from one mile up, and hope to hear Lima, Peru, Feb. .-The presidentof the Orange county bar were pres- Washington, Feb. "Torreon
.compliment to him. There were other all made. Then the plumbers in from him"Mr. the republic of Peru, Guillermo Bil- ent in a body, and were seated in the 'within a week" is the slogan of the

applicants and, the city 'engineer'stime Orlando will be worked over time, and 1'I! Sweeney's address in Orlando linghurst, was taken prisoner today right center. The Odd Fellows attended .rebel army under Villa, according to
is pretty well taken up, as it is, will gather in a harvest of dollars, for r is the Rock Lake Home. by military revolutionists. also in a body, and occupiedseats .*'advices received at the constitutionalist -

looking out after city affairs, but the every householder will want his place The rebels under Col. Benavides in the left center, while the pallbearers I r( headquarters in this city.
-county commissioners wanted him because -: connected with the mains at and members of the familywere
once. suddenly attacked the presidential Capt. Hopkins, the agent of the rebels -
of his established ability and SEN. R RANSDU.[ WANTS DIVORCE R E EI mansion. The commander of the gov- seated directly opposite.The here, said that Villa was awaitingthe

his :hard headed honesty. The view AGNTOF[ COMMERCECOMMISSION[ ernment troops was killed when the rostrum was'banked high with arrival of about 35,000 rounds of
f the commissioners took of the matter PROHIBITED IN U. S. fight ensued. Dr. Augusta Durand, many floral tributes, forming a screen ammunition. Advices have been received -

was that they would rather choose a I a former revolutionary ,leader, who of rare beauty about the altar, and!' here from special agents in
VISITS ORLANDO O
home in whom they had confidence smaller I'
man, the casket was covered with
was sought by the police, took pos Mexico to the effect that Huerta has
,than to select some engineer Introduces Amendment to Constitution -. session the palace. pieces, bearing testimony to the esteem no intention of leaving the capital to

k with whose ability and' record they Looking Into Unpaid Freights and to Forbid Separations With The attack on the palace began in which the attorney was held take the field.General .

were not acquainted. Increase of Express Rates on Right to Remarry early! today. Thousands of people The service opened with a solo by I Bliss, the commander of
The county clerk was directed; to Miss :Mary J. Gilchrist, "Asleep in I
Fruits and Vegetables rushed: into the streets in fear. Soldiers ( the on the border, was today
army
.advertise for materials and prices, fort Washington, Feb. 4.-Divorce with!!I were ordered to fire volleys in I Jesus," which was followed by the telegraphed by Secretary Garrisonthe
construction of the road r
the system. Mr. L Quirk, representing the Interstate the right to remarry would be prohibited the air to prevent the formation of reading of the ritual service by Rev. important details of the proclamation -

The ,commissioners took no action "Cb mmerce Commission, spent forever in the United States crowds in the streets. They kept the I Dr. John W. Stagg, pastor of the by the, president lifting the

with regard to the sale of the bonds. yesterday in Orlando, being in con1ference and in all places under the nation's panic-stricken people moving., Near Presbyterian church. At the conclu- embargo on the exportation of arms
They believe it will be possible to here with Mr. S.. Lloyd Tenny, jurisdiction by an amendment to the the church a civilian bystander was sion of the reading Dr. Stagg com- to Mexico.

k market a five per cent. bond profitably executive officer of the Florida Grow j''federal constitution proposed in the killed by a stray bullet Alarm prevails -t mented briefly but feelingly on the '
in view of the recent activity of ers' and Shippers' League. |senate I i today by Senator Ransdell of| throughout the city. Banks and character of the deceased, saying,that I The question of reducing the force
bond market and the sale of on the border was left to the discre'
the several -
,
not only had the town and
losta
The primary purpose of _Mr. Quirk's Louisiana. Enactment of uniform stores were closed and private houses county
big issues bearing that percentage visit was in pursuance of an investigation marriage laws for all states and ter- were barricaded. Street cars, how- useful and upright citizen but that tion of General Bliss, but army senti-

and even less. The resolution which the commission has or- ritories, with provision for separation, ever, began to run before noon. the church of God had lost in the ment is to the effect that the troops
the, commissioners priorto were sent there primarily for intervention
adopted by dered'into the matter, of freights that without permission to remarry, wouldbe Peru's sudden revolutionary trouble death of a true Christian.
the calling of the bond electionprovided the railroads fail to collect by reason directed by the amendment. I is due primarily to President Bil- j The singing of "How Firm a Foundation" and they will not be with-
for the issue of bonds at not drawn.
of rejected shipments of fruits and 1 With the states of the union grant- linghurst's efforts to place finances of i by the choir concluded the
more than 5 1-2 per cent. If the commissioners services at the church. The interment Secretary Daniels will not make
vegetables. The law requires that the ing more than twice as many divorces his country on a sound basis. His
f succeed in selling at five railroads shall receive all the freight as all the rest of Christendom com- scheme for doing this involved the!I!.was at the city cemetery any change in the concentration of ;
per cent. it will be a saving of some 'I i! The pall bearers were Messrs. V. W. battleships in Mexican waters.
charges allowed by the tariffs. It bined, Senator Ransdell told his col- strictest economies through the pub-
three thousand dollars a year inter frequently happens that ,a shipmentof leagues that the time had come for lie service, and naturally proved un- Estes, Carl B. Robinson, Sidney Ives,
est charges, which the commissionersthink fruits or vegetables is rejected and the nation itself to put down this popular.At Jr., E. LaRue Bliss, N. P. Yowell,'
might as well be saved if it can Turner Evans, W. P. Watson and WOMEN[ VOTERS T[ S OUTS DISTANCE E
thrown back on the railroad and the menace to "the chief bulwark of society the end of the last, year, con
be done without jeopardizing the negotiation transportation company is forced to the home, the maker of good gress refused to vote the budget and Chas. P. Dow.

of the issue in any manner. sell it to realize its charges; in such+I citizens and the model on which every President Billinghurst issued a decree Among the floral pieces sent by various MEN INREGISTERINGWill [

[J:* cases the sales many times do not I wise government is founded." declaring that the old estimates organizations of which the de- _

SCOUT PARTY SHRINffiS[ PASS amount to as much as the charges. "The remedy by constitutional pro- would remain in force till the end of ceased was a member were tributesfrom
I Exercise Their Right of Suffragefor
i Until recently the railroads have hibition is drastic, ," said the senator, 1914. Petitions from many of the the W. C. T. U. of both Orlando
the First
Time
St.
.THROUGH U H TO TAMPA raised no objection to this loss, but"but the malady is sq fatal that nothing provinces were presented for the dis- and Sanford, the Odd Fellows, the Valentine's Day
some of the northern lines have com-I short of it will prove efficacious.In solution of congress, but all the polit- Twentieth Century club, the colored

'' a _1 plained to the commission, and it is the United States divorce is ical parties opposed this step as un. Civic League and the Orlando Civic

Great Ceremonial Session to Be Held to study conditions and make a rec-(spreading with alarming rapidity. It constitutional. President Billinghurstis League. Chicago, Feb. 4.-Complete unofficial

x There at Beginning ommendation to the commission that Chas!( permeated every walk of life, and the son of an Englishman, but was returns show that 153,897 Chicago .
}' Gasparilla Week Mr. Quirk is making his visit to!its prevalent among every class of born in Peru. His mother was a Pe- The county commissioners yester't, women yesterday qualified as

-- Florida. The law is there, and it is i people. The total number of divorces :ruvian. He was educated in Petuvian day adopted the following resolution"'voters under the new suffrage law.,

: An:automobile v bearing a scout par- the duty of the commision, to see it granted in '1867 was 9,937 or 27 per I'schools and was a brilliant scholar.He drawn by County Attorney Carl. B.Their first opportunity to exercise the
Shriners from enforced, but if it is a great hardshipwill 100,000 of population. Forty years became president in September, Robinson: franchise will be on February 14, at
Morocco
Templein
/ ty be worked in 1912. Whereas, in the sad death of Lincoln ,!the aldermanic primaries. Suffrage
Jacksonville drew at the San upon many growers ,later, in 1906, there were 72,062 divorces -
Juan hotel yesterday up afternoon, and Florida. ; or 86 per 100,000; thus in actual Dr. Augusto Durand, who today G. Starbuck, lately county solic, ,leaders estimated that fully one-third
deposited the 'following 'notable No- Mr. Tenny took up with Mr. Quirk numbers there were more than seized the government, has led sev- itor of the county of Orange, this: !of the eligible i women voters of the

bles M. B. Craig, W. M. Bostwick, the matter of increased express :seven times as many divorces granted eral revolutions in Peru. Board and our entire county have sustained -I city had registered and predicted that

Jr., 'A. G. Milam, W. I. Winchester charges on fruits and vegetable 4 in 1906 as in 1867, or allowing for the President Billinghurst was later a great loss-that of an able,.'100,000 additional women would qualify -
and R. J. Gillespie.The which went into effect February 1. increased population, divorce had increased -'I'taken by the rebels a's a prisoner to i efficient and fearless public officer I, on the next registration day,
Mr. Quirk said the commission had no ,I 319 per cent. Callao, whence he will be sent into I whose death will be mourned not only'March 17. The total number of men
Shriners the in
flight ,
spent
!YI, Orlando, and were entertained by right to increase the rates and had} "If divorces multiply at the same exile. by this Board but by our whole people ,(Who registered yesterday was 85,161.

i Cols. J. N. Bradshaw, B C. Aber-! not done so knowingly. Mr. Tenny|rate in the future as in the past ; therefore, J Mrs. Mcdill McCormick, chairman

nethy, ,Harry Beeman, and a number knew that the rates had not been increased -!and there is every indication that they NEGROES[S LEAVE OWl FORColony minutes Be it resolved of the Board, That of a page of Commissioners the!! jof the congressional committee of the
County
with the sanction of the
;4 of other choice spirits. They will com- will increase faster-then before the '(National Women Suffrage association
mission, but informed Mr. Quirk that'middle of this century we will have of Orange County be seaside t'was jubilant today over the showing
this f where
..4a leave morning Tampa, GOLD G COAST OF f AFRICA which
to
the increased rates in effect upon place a perma'
will make for were and annually in the United States 275 ,made. "It takes a great deal of cour-
they arrangements a I Ir nent record of this memoriam and
great ceremonial session to be held were being collected at the rate of divorces per 100,000 population, or llage, for a woman to go out to register
there February 21, 22, 23, opening about'eleven cents per box more than !one divorce for every five marriages."r of Several Hundred Will Seek! that a copy hereof be sent to the family ' for the first time," she said. "She
of Mr. Starbuck in
token of '
Gasparilla week exercises in'approved the former rate. This was news to Fortune in Land of Their I ou: will not be so backward on next reg-
the representative and he promised to Fathers deepest sympathy. "
I
I ,.istration day.
style. WAGE INCREASE IF, THEY DO
I II M. 0. OVERSTREET. Chairman.
look further into the
Members of, the ,party said that a matter, and communicate NOT DRINK j Attest: I I The precincts where women acted \
special train would leave Jacksonville with Mr. Tenny. I Special to the Sentinel. as officials, most of the men who
Oklahoma City, Okla., Feb. 4.-, B. M. ROBINSON; Clerk. (
+ti the evening 6f February 21, passing 'jwere registered doffed their hats and
Chief Alfred Sam, at the head of a
+ MAN WHO COULDNT Chester, Pa., Feb. 4.-With the!
REMAIN
{ Orlando the following morning, with threw away their cigars when they ,
STILL DROPPED DEAD statement that "the efficiency of a L movement to colonize Oklahoma ne- GOETHALS CONFIRMED BY THE
A capacity to care for all the Shriners entered the polling places. .
working man is greatly accelerated[ groes on the gold coast of Africa, SENATE
yk along the route. It is expected that I "The influence of women in polling
from with hundred and twenty mem-
abstinence
Special to the SentineLProctor by total intoxicating'liquors ; one -
't a thousand ,Nobles will assemble. in Ark., Feb. 4.-Albert Huff..' ,"- a quartz company of this'city i bers of the proposed colony, left We. Special to the SentinelWashington ;places," said Anthony Czarnecki, election -

Tampa 1, for, the ceremonies. man, who claimed that because of the has offered its 300 employes a 1C I leetka, Okla., yesterday for New York. Feb. 4.-CoL Georg, commissioner, "was clearly shown ;

II fright he suffered during the San Iper cent. raise in wages if they will]I There they plan to make final ar. Goethalswas confirmed by the senatE, by yesterday's experiences and proves i

THE WEATHER Francisco earthquake, that he couldn't (agree to abstain from all forms oi f! rangements,for the voyage. this afternoon as governor of the \the contention that women will im- i
remain still because his blood would, intoxicants. I The remainder of five hundred are |Panama canal zone. The matter wa j prove conditions in politics." !

eft Florida: Fair in south portion,, congeal, dropped dead here today. William H. Stanton, general Salter in camp at Weleetka and will follow not even referred to the committe("t :.

1 k rain and colder in north Thursday,, Huffman claimed to have walked from, of the company, declares pearl r'shortly, it is said. The party leaving and was put through without dissent.I f Look in Curtis & O'Neal's window e

Friday, fair, except rain in south por., San Francisco to New York twice[Jail the men employed at the plant t 'there drew $68,000 from the Weleetka Every senator seemed to be pleased tc, and see the toilet paper that you can\

? tion. since the earthquake. have signed the agreement: banks. give the. canal, builder this reward. buy for -5 cents.
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PINE CASTLE, NEWS eeIIIIIIIIIClllllllllllleOII..LD..OI..II.IIIII',1. " 'I'IIIIII'I' A .
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t"IIIIIIIII"O'o ; II.e ; Io80 1111111.
"'Y\'YT'I - .I'fi 9' $MtejV 4+9fr 4' H
Pine Castle, Fla., Feb. 3.-Mr. Fred FOR SALE j
Scholhamer, of New York city, who Today at
has been visiting his parents, )Ir. and
Mrs. Fred Scholhamer, Sr., and his New Two-Story Modern ;
sisters, Mrs. Wm. Wigman and Mrs. MONTGOMERY MOTION

J.home.W. Matchett, left Thursday for his House, one block from j PICTURE CO'S Grand Theatre'Three

i Mrs. M. B. Parker visiting at the
I Lucerne Circle. New Pictures, All First Run in Orlando and Licensed.
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home of her son, Mr. Jerome Parker, :
at Winter Park. ; The.pictures we are showing at this Theatre at the present time are shown !
Miss Florence Ogden, of Lexington, in Orlando before they reach cities five times its size, and are the best we can obtain \ ?
Mass., is the guest of her friends, I Helen Wright Owner j jt at any price.
,
r Mr. and :Mrs. C. C. Hall.
Mrs. I. M. Aten left Saturday for a t 113 AMERICA STREET : "DIVERSION," one of the best pictures Biograph. Company has made in : ,; ;
visit with her relatives at Kissimmee, reel. .
. ..iiiimiiiiiMimiiiiHiniJust . ,. , one .
and returned Monday. ___.__ '____-_________- ________________
Mrs. S. A. Young, of Liberty Cen- - PRICES TODAY "THE FATAL SHOT," in two parts, a Lubin drama that will | '
ter, Ohio, arrived here Saturday 5.AND 100 interest you from start to fininsh. **
morning for a stay with Mrs. F. W. .
Pond. A Vitagraph Comedy, making four reels.of pictures today, and
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McFadden, of
Havannah, III, were guests fore a few '- TOM KANE, "The Irish Caruso"in
f days the past week of Mr. and Mrs .
C. H. Hoffner. .. new songs. As explained to you before, it was only after many efforts that we i !! I
? Mrs. Adele Franklin, of Taft, with & .(Y could induce Mr. Kane to play this theatre lor us, and you only have three more \\ !
her mother, Mrs. A. C. Phelps, of days to hear him. Don't wait until it is too late. *' '
Cleveland, Ohio, who is her guest, vis-
ited with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. arrived car load f
I Chil4ren.5c PRICfS{ TODAY Adults lOc !
Fuller Friday. Mrs. Phelps, who is FORDS for immediate : : :
an exceptionally bright woman,
praised the town of Pine Castle, con- delivery.Get Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.
e sidering it the best town to settle and
..-
build in of the many places she had
visited on her trip to Florida. yours now. TOl\IORRO\V-\Vhat we all have been' waiting for. Helen Gardner,

Miss Lena Harris, of Kissimmee, F. G. RUSH, (Mrs. Duncan Pell, a former resident of Orlando), in "CLEOPATRA."
has been her cousin, Miss
visiting
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Stella Harris. Phone 226 The Story of Woman and a Queen! in five parts. Adapted from the play
fi Miss Anna and :Mr.: James Funk by Victorian Sardou and directed by Charles L. Gaskill. Nearly three miles of '
r came down from Rollins college Fri- : film were employed in the work of this proCuction: out of which one mile was se-

day evening and were guests over _-. lected to constitute the picture. FRIDAY ONLY. ONE DAY. Picture will
Sunday of their cousin, Mrs. C. J. be shown three times in the afternoon and three times in the evening.

Sweet. .

t Mr., Ohio and,Mrs.were J. guests D. Smith of, of Mr.Mansfield and- tllll llllllllll :::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::44- ::::

Mrs. P.1.. Shanibarger the latter I
part of the week. Mr. Smith is the
superintendent of the Lutheran Sun- For Economy and purchase
day school in his home city. He
spoke at the close of Sabbath schoolin W RIG H T power of your money
= the Union chapel Sunday morningand REALTY & SEBD co r,'' "
his address was greatly enjoyed. FOR REAL ESTATE ry Wright's" Farm ,

Miss Frances May went to Alta- Thais Our Business rt and Garden Seeds. in
; monte Springs, Miss Ruby Wilkinsto Orlando Florida.
her home in Orlando, and Miss bulk. "Motto" Quantity
Belle Hawkins to Orange Heights for WE MAKE IT OUR BUSINESSTo and Quality.
: Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ethel

Smith, the fourth teacher in the supply particular Stationery, Office Fresh Eggs Sic doz. Best Creamery Butter' 39C ''b.
school, and just lately appointed is 1
Sweet Milk I3c qt. Ice 400 100 Ibs., Limes doz.
filling her place so excellently that Supplies and Blank Books for particular peo- 15c
Sweet Milk Fresh Butter Milk
the people of Pine Castle are doubly pc pint loc qt.
pleased at her selection for the posi- ple. Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express'

tion.Mrs.. Marzella Johns entertainedher We try to please even the most fastid- (charges prepaid) all points east'of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

sister, Mrs. Zilpha Hull, and ious, and will welcome enquiries about the
I friends, Mr. and Mrs. Long, of Or- I .MIIMIIiMilllMMiMI.,............ .. . . . .. , . " " MMIIMM ,, ,.,
t lando, Sunday. special goods you have not been able to pro- IMtllliilMMI . .. ,.. ,." ..., " MIMMIIIMIIMMIM ,' "
Mrs. Thos. H. Smith is quite ill.
f Mrs. John Hansel and Mrs. C. B. Han cure elsewhere.Our .

Mrs.Campbell sel,. of Smith Kissimmee, of, came Loughman Monday, and, relatives Mrs.morning.Mr. John.of all ordinary staple demands.Our line.comprises enough to fill ORLANDO JK J\ K a TRUST I COMPANY f


and, Mrs. George Patrick left
here Monday morning ,to make their prices will .bring future orders. Orlando Florida.Condition .
home in Kissimmee.Mr. .
It. C. Newell, with a party of W. S. BRANCH, at the close of business December 31, 1913
friends, is away on a fishing trip. r ,
r Mrs. S. Frank Phillips attended the The Arcade Book and Music Store RESOURCESLoans

sessions of the State Conference of and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10
D. A. R. in Orlando Tuesday and I Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
Wednesday, being a member of OrLando I ItlllllllMIIHIIiltlilliilMltltilHilHililllMlillSeveral Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33 I
chapter. : Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57
Mrs. Fred M. Preston arrived home I Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 25,974.87
} Sunday night after a lengthy visit :
to her old home at West Hartford, : 656382.21
? Conn. : 'M a acriflcB'rricB LIABILITIES ,

t 0. R. Goodwill, of Ashtabula, Ohio, Capital Stock . . . . . . . ., . . . . . . . $100,000.00
is preparing to build his winter cot- : Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
tage here, having recently purchased : Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :. . 521,167.38
a lot of Mrs. N. T. Hansel : S A
Mr. James H. is at .
Padget stopping : 1 .... $656,382.24Deposits
the Lake View Inn, while he with his .. I
helpers are cultivating the big island : choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
I at the end of the peninsula. : on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . 189971.68
:5 Mrs. C. H. Matchett had the usual one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 '

; ing large at crowd the Lake for View supper Inn.Sunday even- : with sidewalk and fruit trees One of the choicest Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The

The'musical and literary entertain- locations in Orlando. officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
; ment scheduled for Friday evening Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
was given despite the weather. The friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
storm of the early evening caused The Price is Right! management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects .
} many to doubt that the entertainment the conservative, sane ,and progressive methods employed in 1
would be given. Quite a good sized this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
audience, however, assembled after strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
the skies cleared and the program ful statements to its patrons.

able given to by be the present performers was very who well were ren- Fl I R III I B mt Co1 M. M. SMITH, PresidentW. .

dered. For the benefit of many who M. DAVIS, ,Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier

were prevented from coming, the pro-
gram was repeated Tuesday evening.The :: IuuunuunuunnnnnnnnnnnnnununnRujWE : : r
Phone 50-1. Watkins Block
entertainment was given for the
benefit of the school piano fund and
was under the direction of Mrs. S. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
F Frank Phillips. The audience was MMIIMIMIMIMIIttMMIMIMItmi Hill 11 AND DO ALL KINDS OF FIRE INSURANCE
composed mostly of our northern vis- I--- --------- -- OPTICAL REPAIRING i
itors and representatives of the large aiaiaiarafiundiarcjianiJjiiirclraJialiDifiUA
cities where they do hear something !.I '
worth listening to, and the general SACRIFICE OFFERTen ClTYAMD Yhi E to Success,
verdict was that the program was [!
fully fit to be given in larger communities COUNTRY
Hundred and fifty dollars will buy my beautiful w
and before
; audiences
. large corner lot 70x85 feet. High and dry, close in near park I BEALE5TATEm-JAMSEM(
capable of judging talentMr. :
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and lake. Also adjoining the above a brand new six DR. L H. RAMSDELL i
C. J. Sweet sold out his t
meat IMPROVED
i ANUNIMPROVE
room Bungalow, with bath room and ceiled basement. 11OTARY.
13 market and ice cream parlor to Mr. [! OPTOMETRIST
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Price, $2,200. Also adjoining, a nearly new twostorysix ORLANDO
E. D. M. Perkins. Mr. E. L. Sphaler room cottage, including auto shed and rose house. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUdna) u13uc,
' contemplates running a butcher shop lot 40x117 feet, Price $1,900.00; or I will sell the whole FLORIDA.
in connection with his ORLANDO, FLORIDAW. '
general store.
property together for $4200.00 and allow dealers' commission 1
[! with terms. I business. No of I
Ii mean good Juanfaolel
Office in Rock BuDding N.jORANGEAVE.: Opposite San
W. T. ENTRICAX, Ii fer refused. J T. ENTRICAN, :

F;; [! E. N. COY. Offers to Orlando the newest and best
' Makes a specialty of painting, papering Corner of West and Hi of workmanship in the painting and : '
? refinishing floors, furniture, etc. IC .I Ridgewood. | decorating trade. Phone 636. I Read The Morning Sentinel l li.
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Orange Park. "

ORANGE PARK IS SAID TO BE THE PRETTIEST AND BEST
DEVELOPMENT EVER OPENED. IT'S A \VO DER. LOCATED ON
+ THE MAIN ROAD TO THE COUNTRY CLUB. HAS A HARD ROAD
ALL ALONG THE FRONT. BIG MAGNIFICENT OAK TREES IN
1 FRONT OF LOTS AND EVERY LOT IS COVERED WITH BIG FULL
//4I// I I BEARING ORANGE TREES. THEY'RE SOME TREES, WHEN YOU
I 7j1 / / I I Il LEARN THAT,SHE LOTS ARE FROM FIFTY TO SIXTY FEET FRONT
l IIP AND NEARLY 200 FEET LONG. THE AGENTS ARE VERY PLEAS-
ANT AND COURTEOUS. ,AND CAPT.NORTON MILLER IS GOING TO
1 S. /t:1: I I TELL STORIES AND GIVE AWAY HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS WORTH
Ii I! I / OF VALUABLE PRESENTS. YOU DON'T HAVE TO BUY TO GET
.. ONE, AND THEY ARE DANDIES. LOOK THEM OVER IN THE BIG
/i I h. I \ STORE WINDOW AT 12 WEST PINE STREET, OPPOSITE THE
I I ii I /i GRAND THEATER.
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ORANGE PARK IS OWNED BY THE COLONIAL LAND COMPANY -, '
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/// 1 MILLER,PRESIDENT;GEO.L.ATKINS, SECRETARY;ELLWOOD
I W. WATSON*TREASURER.

j . P.S.-IF YOU WANT TO WALK OUT,GO OUT CONCORD STREET
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Concord St and N. Orange Ave., from 1 to 3:30.: These Conveyances.. will not
be Covered with Advertising Matter. The Young Man there will help you on.

They will return at 5 p.m. .

Remember, To-day, February, 5, 1914 I ._ "" ', c i

Is The Next Great Day, Get There Early. 1

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!of the earth, saved up the most beau-It'duction, and out of this was selected :

South Florida Sentinel ( W. S. Branch) tiful of all the flags for pur nation.i j the one film which constitutes the'

I MORNING AND WEEKLY The last number of Outing contains There is no doubt, viewed from the I,completed picture. I'

q JOSIAH FERRIS __ Editor and Orncr.e a pretty little story by A. D. Jame I standpoint of art alone, that the Stars I The picture is remarkable for its Diclson-Ives Co
---- and is the most refined its tremendous {
Stripes glorious ensign sumptuousness I
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida until lately associate .editor of the ,
as Second Class Mail Matter. Reporter-Star.' The story is an account that ever fluttered in a breeze." dramatic power and gripping inter- : :
est, and its entire freedom from those ,
TO ADVERTISERS: of a hunting expedition Mr.
vulgarities common to Oriental dra- II
James made in Orange county one
and all other hand-net AT THE GRAND FRIDAY '
Copy for display
In short, the picture was produced -
advertising must be handed in at the business New Year's day, and recounts his experiences mas.
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. for American men and women
This rule appliesto trying to shoot quail witha
the day before publication. Miss Helen Gardner is of culture and taste. DEPARTMENTAL STORE
changes for contract advertising: it Is borrowed gun. The article is writ- a glorious
mil be strictly adhered to.
invariable and The
as Cleopatra. part would
ten in Mr. James' well known breezy poem
t and describes tax the art of Bernhardt. Miss Gard- FUNERAL OF JOHN McDADEThe .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: style some Orange

One Year*... ..........:'.......$5.00 county landscapes and sandscapes. ner's rythmic beauty and dramatic : funeral of John McDade, who

Six Months .. ..II .......II ... 2.50 instincts, her intellectuality, culture died of acute indigestion in his barber '

Three Months ................. 1.25 For the past two years the decora- and delicacy, have combined in her shop on Orange avenue Saturday rlanuo' favorite Shopping
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work to vivify and ennoble the char-
In Advance.r. tions 'put up by the business houses night, was conducted by Father Fox
acter of "Royal Egypt, even as Bern-
for the fair have all been practically yesterday morning at 9 o'clock. The
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914. ruined by a hard 'rain which came' I hardt might have done at the age of I funeral had been delayed for the arrival -
twenty-siL Her costumes are truly! of the dead man's sister from
--
along a day or two ahead of the fair.'
A determined attempt is being madeto As nearly all of the material used is gorgeous, representing not merely New York. The sons of .Mr. Mayer PLACE

depose Boss Murphy of New York, neither sun proof nor water proof, i il;i'I money, but exquisite taste, thought acted as pall bearers. Interment was
faces the real fightof and culture. In several scenes she
; and Murphy now would seem wise to postpone the decorations .' in the Catholic cemetery.
his life.Miami wears shawls and draperies and .
until as late as possible sc I
gowns that were made in Egypt hundreds -
o -- that instead of a lot of bunting withthe WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS
has a fleet of torpedo boat : of years ago, and jewels that: tOn
colors faded and run together and The regular monthly meeting of
anchored at that and cost over fifty thousand dollars. :
destroyers port them. lashed by wind and storm into wrin Infinite pains were taken toy make I the .Woman's Relief Corps will be February first took place the formal -
the people are inspecting
kled shreds, the visitors might find I held at the home of Mrs. E. F. Sperryon
Miami to have something the picture the most profound ex- l of the three firms
manages clean, bright decorations which would I Thursday,. February 5th, at three amalgamation ,
pression of motion picture art
the time. ever
going about all o delight the eye and reflect credit tc I achieved. As a tragic romance, aside o'clock. Dickson & Ives and ,Scruggs & Dick-
,,
street
the enterprise. The decorations By order of the president.
Secretary Bryan is receiving rad- which are more especially tc from pictorial artistry, the picture, Miss Canfield, secretary. and Marion B. Ives on or about the
son
ishes and turnips singly in large advertise in advance, should be watei: by its deep intensity, its clearness and, ,
.. vigor, its splendid sequential continuity (
numbers. Mr. Bryan may congratulate ,
r proof. There is every indication thai
BAZAR TONIGHT
and gripping beauty, its fullnessof CATHOLIC
he the
himself that escapes veg-
the usual rains are on the way.
etables while on his lecture tours. dramatic and emotional quantities, The Catholic bazar will begin tonight 25th
* February
o sets a standard not before attained. in the room vacated recentlyby

If the president never knew it be- The D. A. R. convention is closed I This motion picture is the largest the People's National bank, next to .

fore he knows now how it feels to but the hospitality and beauty of, and most superb dramatic expression Branch's book store. The place was

be snubbed by a woman-no, women; Orlando will be discussed in many, of the motion picture art ever at- decorated last night. All sorts of will take place the inaugural opening

several refused to shake his hand the Florida homes as the delegates return ,tempted. J Jt is distinctly in a class fancy work will be on sale and a
other day when he refused to help to tell of the pleasures of the! to i itself. Nearly three miles of film good supper will be served. representingEverything.

them get the ballot. occasion. I -
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Kentucky has a pure shoe bill Glad the Tampa poultry men pulled

pending before its legislature, but the mask off of Mr. Wendler beforehe
has Bill to got his hands on to the Orlando *
Kentucky no Mapoles
the bill. better midwinter fair chicken funds. to Loan
champion Kentucky
of the latest creations inWoman's
*
send for Bill Florida can spare him .
until the next legislature meets. A doctor with a long name has ,
o come from Philadelphia to Tampa to '

Georgia papers are publishing a tell the Tampa civic association and I' Wear :

; parody of Kipling's poem "If," which others how to make the city more

'-' throws the hooks, by implication, into beautiful. He is a regular "profes- On improved city Gents' Furnishings

Judge Speer, who handed a copy of sor" at the business and is employedas .

the original to a reporter when asked an expert in his line in the "Cityof

what he had to say of the investigation Brotherly Love." One of the first Millinery

against him for official miscon- suggestions he made in Tampa was property.niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMii.

duct. Kipling, it seems, is to be in the matter of untidy vacant lots.

made the scapegoat in this affair. His advice applies with equal forceto Groceries, Etc., Etc.

o Orlando and nearly all other towns.
s. wA--
It's can't them. How otherwise well kept and I _
no use; you please many I
The Socialists declare that Ford's distribution beautiful city blocks have their gen- Represented by 25 different Depart-

of ten million dollars among eral effect ruined by one vacant lot
r ments each department being absolutely -
his employes is a severe blow lo-labor often owned by a1non-resident"which .
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iII because the gift has drawn seventyfive is used as a dum heap arid general .ttiiiiiiiittttttiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitA. : complete in itself.Our I
thousand unemployed to Detroit, trash depository for the entire neigh-

and the amount realized by each em- borhood. His advice is well summedup I :
: Y. FDL1ER < R. L FOX
ploye was so small that it amounted in the commandment, "Love your I .

k to nothing.! The motto of the Socials neighbor's lot as you do your own, but
ist should be, "Whatever is is wrong." be sure to love your own." THE PALMS AUTO CO !


-a The usual-result o-of such investiga- A man who *has*some* appreciationof I: 9 REO MOTOR CARS II I: r 111 ll Order l' r ]BepartifielitWill ]

tions has followed that in Atlanta the fitness of things is Mr. Jug- I I

into the condition of cruelty to con- owski, who runs a saloon in Galena, : For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a : .
' victs in a camp near that city., _A 111.-New Orleans States.So I I
guard or two has been fired. Strange also has a prominent Tampa : full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force : be a distinct feature. It is createdfor

how able men fail so utterly to get optician whose name is Eychane. But I I
of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely :
; at the bottom of things. The only neither of them have got much on : your convenience. Make use of it.

way to blot out the blot of inhumanity Orlando whose prominent and well : guaranteed. :

: to prisoners is to change the sys known dental surgeon is Dr. Akers. I II Ii POSTAL EXPRESS and FREIGHT chargeson

tem which makes it possible for such * I
I I all out of town orders.
f outrages to existThe The liberal and artistic display of

ri Ocala Banner o is indulging in bunting and flags through the city i THE PALMS AUTO ,CO j
during the D. A. R. convention recalls -
dreams. Says the Banner: "Just to I
the following quotation from a : FULLER & FOX Proprietors.I !
,
s less than
think! That in, perhaps a recent address of Daniels
Secretary
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year from now 1... S. Light will be "I 'once found myself wondering why I
presiding over the congress of the 4 MKftttltf
I grocery ]Beartfflellt]
" United States, and his picture will ap-

pear in all the principal newspapersof I .
the United States. It is remark-

able and it emphasizes theoryon
yet
The latter of this month
which our government is founded. part
Light should lam the editor of the I
*
:5 Banner one for that. I the special representative of the

o Richeleau Canning Co., the larg--
The recent by the Eustis
' Lake Region for expose the benefit of the est concern of its kind in the U.

newspapers of the whiskey ring in \!' I '"
Jacksonville seems to'have been a S., will be here for a few days.

chewed olive or squeezed lemon to is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry. Any ladies interested in their

most of the fraternity. The editor of:
The majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule
the Lake Region is a recent comer to productions kindly notify us.

Florida and he evidently thought"that ,not as expensive jewelry as ladies, but of necessity he has I ..

he had stumbled upon a mare's nest,
to wear certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring,
and his indignation was intense and .

righteous. Others of the fraternityare cuff links, vest chain and numerous other articles are all

list, familiar'with however, and the were names not deceivedfor on the to be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men's "CDPIAl'[ Day by day--until transfer-

a minute. o jewelry. ,Quality the best. Stocks the largest. ence to the New Store

The sale of heroin, a drug of the r

cocaine kind, is coming to be a dan- Reductions
Big
evil in New York and
gerous a member . .
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of the New York senate has introduced ., ., . .
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a bill fixing the penalty for ...: ,; .--. < ." -

selling the stuff at a sentence of not in Dress Goods, Silks, Laces, etc., etc.,

less bill than he five said years.it would In put explainingthe the snow will be offered at the store occupied by

birds out of business. Upon being Marion 'B, Ives.

i asked to explain what he meant bya .
snowbird\ he said a snow bird wasa

happy duster. "And what is a hap- SeveralCasesNew Ready-to-wear Waists
py duster?" he was asked. "A heroin

snuffer and a menace to the community "- T.H.Evans the Jeweler and Hats Already Opened Up

when he becomes a gunman, ,
k said the senator. A judge in New .

York who had acquired much experience OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

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drug fiends. Yet little attention isgiven EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

by the authorities to the sale .
of such drugs.

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Eating Pure Candy is More Than a
B. E MILLER Manager go
I .OUR THIRD FLOOR

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. Matinee 2 to 10 P. M. I Ij


Of! course, hundreds of people all over the coun j! Admission 5 cents i sI I
j D BK CDBDG! !!>Ci>CHD< >d!
try eat Candy just because they like Candy just tot Program'"Haunted SPECIALS

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also Bride" (Rex) ,

have done the same thing many times. A mysitfying drama with Smalleys.

"That Crying Baby" (Crystal)

If we can convince you that pure candy is Comedy with Pearl White.
C. window shades 38x84 inches used
Wimple
healthful-is really beneficial from a food standpoint "Pride of the Ranch" (Nestor) 75c

A fiery Western drama. U. S. Government .
why then you'll realize that your money is well by -


spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- CLARENCE EDDY IN ORGAN RE- If they are good enough ,for Uncle Sam, they are good ,.

ment. CITAL AT FIRST BAPTIST

enough for anyone.

Clarence Eddy, the world famed

pipe organist, will be heard in recitalat A'good Oil Opaque Shade at 60c

the First Baptist church tonightat

BUTT'S KANOY r KITCHEN t sale eight at the o'clock.door. Tickets While it will is prefer be on $3,25 Mattresses while they last $1.98.


i able to procure seats in advance, no $3.00 Screens special at $1.98
The home of pure home-made ,Candies one) need miss the recital by failure to

do this, as seats will be provided for Our line of Crockery is the largest and- best in South

Orange Avenue all. The following program will be

rendered: Florida.

Concert Overture in E-flat (William
'
Faulkes).
"IIIIIIIII I'II"'I'III'I'III'I'II'II"'I'I'IIIIIIIIWADE a. Supplication; b. Canzone; c. Gloriain ; Oil Heaters $3.50 $3.75 $4 and
Excelsis (new) (Julius Harrison). $4.50
a. Rondo, "Soeur Monique" (Fran
S. WATERS
HOWE TO REMAIN cois Couperin); b. Toccata and Fuguein
TREASURER OF THE CITY D minor (J. S. Bach). Full line of Electric Supplies Heaters Stoves Irons etc.
i ,
a. "Santique d'Amour" (new) (S. ,
THE TUNER There will be Tudor Strong); b. Allegretto in E-
no change in the '
lines of the -
I ORLANDO, FLA. flat (William Wolstenholme). Complete following:
treasurership of the city of Orlando, a. "Le Secret d'Amour" (Bruno Oscar

as has been announced. The city commission Klein); b. "From the Land of the Furniture office desks tables
elected Mr. Carl Jansen clerk Sky-Blue Water" (Charles Wakefield dining chairs, buffets to match,

:Mr. Thos. H. Walker, of Greenville, and treasurer and fixed a bond of$15OOOzor Cadman Eddy) ()new. arrangement by Clarence China closets iron beds springs mattresses aluminum ware
,
him to give such butit ,
as ,
S. C., spent yesterday in Orlando on Fantasia on "My Old Kentucky;
business.Mr. developed that Mr. Jansen in the Home" (new) (J. E. W. Lord). Heise glassware Japanese and German China suitable forgifts.
capacity of clerk was also the collector "At Twilight" (new) (J. Frank! ,
: Harold Johnson left yesterday; i Frysinger).
of
sanitary tax, license fees
for a few days business trip to Lake Motto: .
and police court fines, handling in the When the sun has sunk to rest,
land and Fort Myers.
aggregate considerable sums. To pre And ceased to sweep her golden'rays
We furnish
the Eddy II can home complete. Take the eleva
Secure your seat at ; serve the checking system previously! across the ocean's breast, your
recital today. Tickets all one price The wanderer, from his apparent joy
cents. 3-3t established it was determined, after Returns, in sorrow, to the empty nest tor to the third }floor.Tn .
75
Mr. Jansen was appointed to modifythe Funeral March of a Marionette
Mrs. Wm. Barren; of Hamilton, order and allow Mr. S. Waters (;Gounod) (Arranged by W. T. Best).

Canada, is the guest of Miss Grace Howe to remain as treasurer of the Overture to "William Tell" (Rossini
Arranged by Dudley Buck).
) (
Central avenue'.
Crooks, East city. Mr. Jansen's bond was reduced

y Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Marshall and to $2,500. The treasurer receives $100 RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY EXECUTIVE -

Miss Mary Leinhart, of Oviedo, were a year as compensation. No recordof COMMITTEE

visitors to Orlando last night. the change was made on the minutes

Mrs. Gates, daughter and son, of of the commissioners, and only Whereas, the Creator of all things, e owe ll. uc ltw rtn o oOrlando's

.
yesterday it discovered.REV.
Macomb, III, arrived in Orlando yes was in His all-wise providence, has seen I

and'will remain, until spring.
terday fit to remove from this world two of

Next Thursday night, February 5, R. A. McCLOUD CALLED TO our most esteemed members and highly

is the date of Eddy's recital Have PRIMITIVE CHURCH respected citizens, Major J. S. Simmons

secured your ticket! Do it to of Maitland, and Hon. D. 0. Largest Store
you
There will be Sacrament and feet
day. 3-3t Maguire, of Ocoee.
A. J. Rood arrived washing at Antioch Primitive Baptist Whereas, the County Democratic "
Mr. and Mrs. church on Sunday night, February 8. Did It.
from Sinclairsville, N. Y., Executive; Committee of Orange county Quality
last evening Rev. R. A. McCloud
formerly of Mobile
in Orlando Saturday
time in this sec Florida, assembled
+ and will spend some Ala., has been called to the pastorate January 31st, 1914, desire to

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and Mrs. C. J. McCormack and preacher and a lecturer of wide rep their great worth as citizens, and

Charles and Isabell McCormack, of utation. He is also the editorial secretary their zeal as members, whose demisewe

Chicago, are in Orlando, guests of the of the Primitive Baptist National deem to be a distinct loss to the PHILIP DALE ELECTED MAYOROF
San Juan. ; Convention of America. WINTER PARK *HtlllliatMIMIIItllliltMtlliittllllllllimii8M
entire citizenship of our county; ____
Miss C. A. Hamilton, of the firm of Everybody is,cordially invited. Services therefore,

Misses Hamilton & Dunn, left last [ begin at 8 o'clock p. m. Resolved, by the County Democratic Philip Dale was elected mayor of
Winter Park in the municipal election Fresh
and Northern mil Eggs
Eastern
night for I Executive Committee of said county
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markets. 0. C. GADSDEN DECLARED held Tuesday, his opponent being
linery That kwe deplore the death of our
William Chase Temple. Aldermenand
Mrs. F. H .Rand and daughter, INSANE esteemed citizens and desire to express
other town officials were electedat Special attention paid to 'customers -
Miss E. H. Rand, estimable ladies of to their bereaved families our
Orlando's welcome Deputy Sheriff Bennie Lawton sincere condolence and that hereby the same time. The ballot resultedas
Longwood, were among we
visitors last night. brought Mr. 0. C. Gadsden to town join their many friends and acquaintances follows: who eat raw eggs.
For Mayor-Philip Dale, 54; W. C.
t yesterday from Lake Fairview, taking
Messrs. William Box and Warren in the general sorrow of
him on a writ of lunacy. Mr. Temple, 29.
Osborne, oft Yankton, S. D., are in bereavement sustained throughout the
ex-officio Tax As-
For Clerk and
Gadsden is a Confederate veteran, Cheese Cheese !
time in : county.
Orlando and will spend some and Treasurer-Percy Dale,
and has many friends who will deeply sessor
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J. H. BEAR
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this section looking_ it over.Homemade
59 De Batcheler, 23.
his
regret misfortune. A commission ;
M. STRONG
E. ,
win be on sale For Marshal-W. B. Taylor, 53;
pronounced him insane. JOSIAH FERRIS, We have ,different kindsof
in front of the cant on Friday afternoon I Committee. Shelly Jernigan, 33. ; twenty

and y the Alumnae SALARY OF ROAD SUPT. RAISED For Aldermen-J. A. Harris, 58; A.

Association of the .Cathedral school. BY COUNTY BOARD Schultz, 47; E. F. Keezel, 45; C. D. cheese. Call and see them.
BETTER BABIES CONTEST TO BE Blackman 39 T. M.
2-5-2t Powell, 45; B. ;

Mrs. A. B. Whitman left for Jack The salary of the road superintendent HELD -FAIR WEEK Henkel, 36; F. J. Hunter, 14.

; sonville yesterday for a ten days' was raised by resolution of the
The Civic League has made arrangements -
visit with her mother, Mrs. J. H. Neff,, county board yesterday from $125 to FOR SALE
for a Better Babies contest THE SANITARY GROCERY
and sister, Mrs. Charles Pillsbury, $150. a month. Mr. W. T. Chapmanis
to be held during the fair. This
the superintendent., Six hundred acres timber land, and
in Riverside.W. is not a baby show, but babies will ten acre orange grove, with two milesof CARUTHERS & GORE

A. Cummings arrived yesterday be examined by a physician for entry,, lake shore, near Winter Garden, ,
from Los Angeles, CaL, to visit OFFERS GROWERS ASSISTANCE and parents wishing to enter their one of the greatest trucking and
citrus centers of Florida. The orange Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
his parents at Formosa. Mr. Cum Interest in the packing house fire children will be required to fill outan crop will pay interest on the whole

mings says he saw plenty of soldiers I among the citrus fruit growers and application blank, which will be investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin

on the Mexican border line. packers over the state continues to be furnished by the league, and examination owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5
I keen.; Fort ,Myers growers have received will be conducted without cost CUT FLOWERS'AND POTTED PLAN.New .

Get your tickets today to the Branch's Eddy i. many telegrams and letters ex to the applicant 'if so desires. Those Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em tiillSI I liittillilttllillltitiillllMfltf Iff 111191
sale at ,,
recital, on
organ pressing sympathy and a desire to street. 12-5-tf
and Allen's: who wish to enter babies should communicate on Court
DeLaney & Abernethy's, '
3-3t assist )In any way possible. Hugh with the Civic League.
jewelry store. Macdonald, president of the Fort My Eat what you want.

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wurtz, of'Mason ers Citrus Growers' association, received Eat all you want.
AGED NEGRO DROPS DEAD IN and forget it.
Take postscript
City, Iowa, are recent arrivals a telegram today from E. H. a
PHYSICIAN'S OFFICE For sale by all druggists.
i tr in Orlando, and so well pleased that Walker of Orlando, saying: "We are 1.7d&w1yrLUTHER Studebakers are HereFour

they have purchased property here prepared to buy outright, or pack for
in the
Robert Barco, who had been
contemplating erecting a winter you or others, or handle for you."
and are
employment of Dr. P. Phillips for twoyears THE FLORISTCut Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar
home. Mr. Walker is well known among the
dropped dead in the office ofDr.
of Lee county. He is an orange $1,115.Four .
growers Flowers
Candy! Home-made, creams, fudge,, J. H. Thompson, a negro physician -

cocoanut chips, stuffed dates and oth- buyer in south who Florida has operated, and realizes extensively yesterday about noon. The negro ROSES, VIOLETS, Cylinder Landau-Roadster, $1,265.Six .

er sweets, on sale in front of Grand was leading a cow through the Six Car
j how serious a matter the fire was to PANSIES Cylinder, Passenger Touring ,
theater on Friday afternoon and streets, and stopped at the doctor'soffice CARNATIONS, ,
the growers of this section.-Fort $1,640.
evening. 2-5-2t for a consultation. He had been
I Myers Press POTTED PLANTS
Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All .
Miss N. M. Newhouse, trimmer for in the office about ten minutes when

Hamilton and Dunn, left last, he gave a gasp and fell dead. Theold I Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and
Misses I J. D. Mitchiil, of Orlando and New :
andhis
negro's home was near Ocala, and Come
and Western up-to-day equipment.
night to visit Eastern starter-- every
York,
an expert accountant, arrived
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body was prepared for burial and Good Wood $1.50
markets, where she will purchase a here this morning and bean auditingthe around'and see them
He
shipped back to his old home.
large stock of spring and summer books of the city. He will cover was a good servant and was well Better Wood $2 and $2.25

goods. the period since July 2 when the city of those who knew him.
thought by
Mr. H. C. Joyce and daughter, Miss commissioners took office,-St Petersburg Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.

Nettie, of.Tampa, were among Orlan IndependentThe Job printing at the SentinelOSTEOPATHY
This won't last long,
do's visitors yesterday. They had Ladies' Aid of the Methodist All Night ServiceAJAX

been out to Gotha to see relatives.Mr. church met with Mrs. F. A. Curtis Stock up while you can.

Joyce lived here several years Monday afternoon. The meeting was

ago and he is very' much pleased at well attended, and the ladies are Orlando Wood Yard ;TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles. Five

L this city's growth.Eat working hard. The reports so far for DR. J. C .HOWELL

what you want. the new year are splendid. The work. Hours' 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment 104 W. Pine St. per cent off for cash t

Eat all you want. for the organ fund is going on. The No extra charge for house treatment B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
Take a postscript and forget it. sales ,and suppers are very successful Telephone connections
For sale by all durggists. Office cor. Orange and Central Ares.
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just inside city limits. Equally (I I
; good for pasture or trucking pur-
furnished house
poses. For price, call on or address, ; gas : 5
R and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson
r ; Miss Bernice Smith, Orlando, Fla.
l-30-2w avenue,'on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf S
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THE ST. JAMEs-308 West street.
yi FOR SALE Rooms new and modern. Choice California BungalowsOnly

ArrivalsRatines Five-room bungalow; three spacious location, moderate price. 1-30-6t

piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod-
attractive
FOR RENT-Large room
1-15-lm em improvements. 506 Lexington St. in new bungalow.. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. I left to sell. Good Size Lot
2-4 tf
Eponges, Crepes, Poplins, TerryCloth i I .

Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round FOR RENT-Furnished large room,I: Good Size House. All Doors and
Y timber; cut over once; three acres in modern home; bath, hot and cold I''
Home Journal Patterns at cleared and planted in orange and water; telephone; close in. 312 North I: .
t grapefruit; lake front and beautiful Main street. 1-29-6t I'I' Windows Screened
location for a home; one mile and a I '
quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. FOR RENT-Large sunny front room I'i
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf i facing Lake Eola, with privilege of All Electric Fixtures Installed
light housekeeping. 217 E. Robinson
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For I Ave. 2-3-3t

real estate in Orlando or close by, FOR RENT-Large, well furnish Price $2750Real
, STORE a large ice cream factory and bakery, I room to persons wishing suburban
with retail store, all modern equip- accommodations; also 2 acres good Value as rapid sales plainly show.
I
ment-brine freezer, cement storage truck land, close in. Good opportu-::
138 S. Orange Ave. tanks and sales of six to eight hun- nity for right person. Address "A,"I I'' --
dred gallons per week, all sold in town Sentinel. 9-8tf::
5 where made, which is one of the best I

,. summer towns on Lake Michigan; a! MISCELLANEOUS FRED.. DALE Owner
suitable business for persons having a I I II ,
; ; winter business in the South. Any LOST-Open case gold watch, Elgin
person interested ran; see interior pho- movement, 17 jewels. Finder will 306 Anderson StreetOLIVE
\tographs of this place, by addressing be rewarded by returning to 201 West
.t..II.III'.r IIIIIII.II.rl..I.r..t..iTAFT J. S. Colvin, Orlando, Fla. 2-4-tf.,South street. W. L Moore. 2-4-3t oj
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NEWS ITEMS Walter Kuhl, son of Mr. and Mrs.i -- -------- ------ --
W. B. Kuhl, ofStarke, received a IMMIilliiliiiiiHiiiHtttttllMimmilMtfSee

M wound afew, days ago in his left eye I I ililimttlifltMMHIIIIIIHIIIIIMIMIHMtlHHM
Taft, Fla., Feb. 4.-C. H. Nelson, I,
from an air rifle in the hands of Joe
Geo. K. Thomas, J. H. Estes, J. E.
Wainwright. The shot penetrated the Corner OILHousewives
HenrY and Lyman Bowman took an .
lower eyelid and struck the ball of .
auto trip to St. Cloud via Kissimmee
the eye, but it is not thought that the II
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i.- last Wednesday. sight of the will be impaired. Lake
eye and Anderson
B. F. Rainear, who has been visit. :
\ : be careful where
buy Olive Oil.
you your
ing his cousin, Mrs. Crannier, started \
.. The Pure Food and Drug Law cannot do it all. Olive '
The many friends in this city ,of
\ on his home trip to Trenton, N. J., ..
3 last Thursday. Mrs. Ella Hamilton wil Ibe pleased to StreetsMtHIHtllltMIIIIHIIIt Oil is one of the easiest of all articles adulterated.We .

f W. A. Lewis, C. lompkins and [learn of the following news from I carry the Pure Olive Oil of VIRGIN quality, imported -

Miss Lydia Ryail were in Orlando Quincy: "Mrs. Ella Hamilton, one of IIII II. from Italy through our New York* broker. For

the most popular teachers in the high I SALADS, COOKING OR MEDICINAL USE.
Thursday.Joe " "

Atrik, wife and son, of De Leon school, entertained quite a large num-I \llMlltlMMMMtlftAUTO Per Pint .? .? . . . . . . 50c.

} Springs, are visiting friends in town ber of her friends at a luncheon the I --- Per Quart . . . . . . . . . $1.00 v

c. for a'few days. present latter part were of given last week.quite The a surprise guests i you can TRUCK afford FOR to SALE pay to at own a price it. WANTED to Rest-Waiter and Tea-waitress.Room at. once.Apply Per Gallon . . .. . . . . . . $3.50

Friday morning Miss Frances Den- .311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf
nis took the train for Jacksonville.Miss when they found announcement cards .WANT TO BUY an orange or grape-
under their plates of the approaching I FOR SALE-Ford touring car; 1912 fruit grove. Address B. B., bOX'
Frances; Miss Frances Nelson, model; good condition. Inquire of 1-27-2W
marriage of Mrs. Hamilton, which :566. ii &
Mrs. C. C. Chenoworth and C. A. R_E. Lee,_New Lucerne hotel. 31-3t i DeLaney AbernethyDRUGGISTS
will take place soon in Quincy." : LOST-Lady's small hand bag, con-
for Orlando and (
Tompkins, Mrs. C.
; FOR SALE OR KENT-With stock taining several gold pins. Reward )
H. Franklin and her mother, Mrs. and tools, best farm in county; variety -j i: if returned to postoffice. l-31-3t

Phelps, for Pine Castle. fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- ,
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to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- WANTED-A roomer to share room
Mrs. John Melrakos, of Des Moines,
lando J. Van
Buskirk.
12-21-tf i! with,young man. Near St. Charles
Iowa, arrived in town Thursday fora 1 hotel Address "Roomer," 9 East
visit with friends. Mrs. Melrakos 1 FOR SALE Washington street., 2.3-3t 1111' I'III'IIIJ""I'III"'I'QOel'lllolll"lt
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? is a sister: of A. J. Richardson, where Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale, For One two-horse wagon; one two-seat
I Rent. etc.. for this column, 25c for one dar.I fpring wagon; three wagon horse's. FOUND-Pair of heavy gold rim !
1 she is visiting, on Fifth street. I hoc for three days or $1.00 for one week, for Cheap. R. E. Kelsey Oviedo, Fla. spectacles on Lake Eola. Ownercan Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
Geo. K. Thomas, J. S. Barklow and 25; words or lets. Money must accompanythe 1-31-2W have same by calling at this of-
advertisements fer this column as no
S.\ B. Vaughan were in Orlando on insertions will be made on credit. I fice, identifying same and paying for !
; business Saturday.Mrs. FOR SALE this ad. 1-28-tf
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; per- I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
x Adell Franklin held a recep- fectly gentle, and free milker. Can YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .rose house and shed. Located at 307 West street, north.
tion last Saturday for: her mother, be seen at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & ring 448 for the Arcade Press-
FOR SALE-Fresh milk and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
Jersey
cow Close in
park
; near :
Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. Club. The boy will call. Club
Mrs. Phelps, who is her from ing
visiting
6 old. Dr. P. Philips, Orlando,
years six-room oil finish, double verandas. Special
t 1-31-tf rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies'work a spe- bungalow;
Cleveland, Ohio. Those in attendancewere Fla. 2-l-3t
cialty. 1-IO-lm heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base- ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Newman, FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sprague, Mrs. J. lands. One good Jersey cow; will give over WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb- house
See S. S.
unimproved furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose or fernery.
3 gallons day fresh giving about and cut hair to 305 Garland
per ; ings
A. Worley, Miss Ruth Mas-
Newman, Bowman East Taft Fla.
owner, ,
2 gallons a day now; will be fresh street. We will make them as de- House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
ter Newman and Mrs. Fuller of Pine w-lm March 23rd. Also, two young heifers, sired, or purchase same for cash. lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I

t Castle. FOR SALE-40 acres at Apopka, from good stock, one 2 years old, one I Nickolas & Nickolas. ,12-30-lm offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
8 months. Will take $125 for the
An oyster will be given Fla., 3-4 mile from station
by good
supper ; to all.
Open
i i bunch. J. D. Jackson, West Amelia AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
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for citrus fruits and Will
the G. A. R. at the Nelson House on trucking. Parramore. 1-31-lw
land subsoiling, tree planting, stump
sacrifice at $15 acre. (No agents.)
Tuesday evening, February 10. Not per land E. N. COY
orchard
I Address Box 733, city. 2-5-3t blowing, renovating;
only oysters, but lots of other good II FOR SALE cleared,ready for the plow. Dynamiteand
things. Everybody invited. 1913 HARLEY DAVIDSON motor- Farm of twenty acres, ten acres supplies. Estimates cheerfully 307 West St., Norlh,0rlando
cycle, used but little, perfect con-.cleared, seven acres cultivated* 21-2 furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St.,
Recent guests at the Nelson House,i,dition throughout. Address J. H.miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm
DI'II.t401'IIOt
were John Strosnider, Williamson, i Brink, P. 0. Box 502, Orlando, Fla. .Davis. Good wire fence on three +f3111 ;

Va.; Dr. C. L. Kimmerer, W'J l-29-lw_ :sides. Small new house and well WANTED want a partner to engage --- ------ --
5 [About 15,000 feet of saw timber. with me in the moving picture
la.; John W. Slater, Winter Park;; FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade.Land all dry and suitable for trucking business: on the road making week '

Mrs. R. C. Sebring, Blissfield, Mich.;) citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando: or citrus fruit. 'Am too old to st-rds. Must invest $200. Only hon- READ THE -SENTINELFORTHENEWS L r
Alvira Sebring, Metamora, Ohio; W. and Oakland brick road, and 2 1-2 I work it and will sell at a bargain. sat and reliable persons need apply.
L Scott, DeLand. .miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin,I Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla.112lmd&w II Let me hear from you. R. G. White,
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PROGRAM FOR WEEK COMMENCING Just a moment of your valuable time, dear reader, Thursday t a

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

"Jack and Beanstalk: Bushleaguer's Dream" (ThanTJ:1e;.: Lucerne
houser-Comedy. 2 reels. Friday
"Prisoner of the Mountains" (Majestic)-Drama. ,
I ORLANDO'S BEST PHOTO PLAY HOUSE "Her Father's Story" (Broncho)-Drama. 2 reels. l
"Mrs. Brown's Burglar" (Majestic)-Comedy.,

Tuesday I>. The show runs from 2 to 10 p. m. I
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No Pictures Shown Tuesday' Night : Saturday 'v a

Don't Forget the price, Always 5 Cents Fly Leaf of Fat (Reliance)-Drama. '
Wednesday .
'. "His Father's W>.fe (Thanhouser)-Drama. ,

.. No Pictures Shown Wednesday I"" : : t', i. "Pride of the Force" (Majestic)-Comedy.iitlttmtmmMttllillilitittiliitittttttttt. .
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THE MERCURY TOYS "Tight boots are a blessing; they WOOD, COAL AND ICE
WITH ZERO make you forget all your other trou- I I I'IIII"I'I'I"I'II'II'III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIII111111.,111111111111111-
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of life's irritating little thorns are Goal Yard,;phone 566. 9-31-tf :
Kenvtille, N. S.,Jan. 30,1914.Editor
blessings in disguise, for in one
wayor
Sentinel, Orlando, Fla.: '
another they help us to bear greater W. T. EXTRICAN, ,
Please find enclosed postoffice order W. M. SLEMONS
I and more serious troubles. Painter and interior decorator. New' I
for $1.50 for the Weekly Sentinel. ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. Ii
It comes just as regular as the week Expert workmen employed.
does,.and I enjoy it very much. Our Ladies' hair dressing, massage, 1.21.1m i A
thermometer has been playing around shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
zero for the last three weeks, sometimes Take your repairing to Warman on New Goods
Shop. 1-2-tf Court street. 12-5-tf Arriving
below, but most of the_ time .. I Dailyt
above; but it is very pleasant, calm - --------- --- -- --- I
and no wind. Today it is 48 above.
Wishing you all kinds of good luck,
I remain,
Yours snicerely, ,Just ReceivedNew !
CALVIN BISHOP. We sell gh grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. *
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I made by S:hloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Boys' .
Warman Repairs and Retires Baby I line of Foulards CrepesI 1
Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf Sui *, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. 0 ; l

and other Spring materials. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Clafiin & Co. ]j

4IHMIIIII miitmiDRS I & Co. Best place.in the city to trade. j)

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Orlando Agents for Barclay Corsets
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200all of lands for spot cash, but only

such lands with commercialS

wool samples at .,_ value should be offered. .

$18.00 a Suit And; also offer several of the

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annual meeting of the Daughters of

KU1 the American Revolution of the Stateof
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and many of the delegates left last

III js I'p' evening for their homes. .

I Before adjournment, invitationswere "

extended from, the Princess Hir-

rihigua Chapter at St. Petersburg, fti&3t 1 t aJx r.C
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V
the Catherine Livingston Chapter of

Jacksonville, and the Everglades : =

Chapter of Miami, for the Daughtersto
be their guests at the next annual The best booklet we have seen on this subject,

ESTAPLISH meeting. The invitation from St. Pe- -- .r.'

SAfE.CONSERVAnytACCON..ODATING tersburg was accepted. v/o are distributing with our compliments. -

Three new offices were created, and

the election resulted as follows: Re- It not only explains the law, but is so arranged
fr.
Don't Stop Saving gent, Mrs. G. C. Frissell, Miami;

vicetregent, Mrs. M. W. Carruth,
that you can figure as you read whether or not you
Tampa second vice-regent, Mrs. Al-
: Some young people resolve to, save ;
ton B. Whitman, Orlando; secretary, . _
are liable and how much.Call .
.,
and for a time they deposit their money : Miss Carrie E.Van Keuren, St. Augustine =<= Y
; treasurer, Mrs. Wm. S. Taylor,

regularly in the Ban -..but after a while DeLand; historian, Miss Annie Locke, and get one, or phone and we will mail it. _

lose interest and spend for Jacksonville; auditor, Miss Kathryn
they money Thorp, Daytona.A ==: .1 '

luxuries needed. code of revised by-laws was ac
not actually
;
-
cepted-the committee on preparation j "It is a f =
including Mrs. H. C. Macfarlane,
Start an account now with us and de. Tampa; Mrs. Florence M. Cooley, -

Jacksonville; Mrs. C. D. Hultoirt, St. r:1NA:
termine to make a deposit to credit -
your Petersburg; Mrs. A .T. Bigelow, Daytona ; \ pleasure

each week.. ; and Miss Kathryn Thorp, of = ; .
Daytona.The k fH

offer of Miss Ruth Rich to edita
ro aoeo ..! to
a 4 per cent interest paid on Savings page in the Times-Union for state = 0 ..FyA < serve

Account.Ili1fM11Iit'i1iUiIi1J. news of interest to the D. A. R. chapters :.e '

:
was accepted.Miss ? "

Slemons, chairman of the ways you. -

and means committee, made a most .,
.
..
excellent report, and a rising vote of . .f'A. .
"'
thanks was given to her, and her as- <
I .
,
w sistants in the pretty entertainment -

of Tuesday evening. .

Resolutions of thanks were read .

MMMHIIIIIMMIIIMMIMiMiHHIiillllllllliilll. for the hospitality of the Orlando

chanter, the Rosalind club and for
T other courtesies tendered to the dele ; II .,I I 11 llblll I, III{ ;II 1 V III (I I I' 3 r I r
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MRS.
LESLIE I I I I
CORWIN'S BRIDGE Mrs. Harrington, of Burlington, Vt.; 'I I I {I I I I I I 1 1 I I 1'I I I I I I ,I I {111{ I. I II iN I I t I II i iI
AT TEA gates. I I i I I I I {I I ,,'; I II 11, i' l { I{ I r II,, h;.,.d. I II , IIII 1)) (''N/N I { I I I I, I I'J'I : __
ROOM Miss Minnie Arter, of New York; .I.I I.GI Io!9 ,I ,I, I l I u I, I,I V !I I I II I dl I i I I I {li I, {,INNIll{ I nA? df I a61 VIII I { II.nl, II IIIG I ti r I IN 1 I,III ull{,IJ r Ilul I I Ili I I L, ,I I i I I 't I I n1 .I(r
The session was closed by the sing. -
!Miss Pattillo, of Gloucester, Mass.; :
ing of "America.
r The Tea and Rest Room is becom- Miss Shaw, of New York; and of our .1.'llll l. t\II".1.I4J'JI'IIII'IIIIIIOIIIIII OIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIII
Delegates to D. A. R. ConventionJacksonvilleJacksonville
ing more and more popular under regular Orlando residents were Mrs.
Chapter:
Mrs. Cornish's efficient and delightful Chas. Wescott and her house guest, '
Mrs. E. G. Burrowes, regent; Mrs. Fresh Oandies
management, for special entertainments Mrs. Carr, Mrs. Gedge, Mrs. James ,
Oltrogge.
t. of different kinds, and on yesterday -. Laughlin III., Mrs. Brittain, Mrs. Bee- St. Augustine-Maria Jefferson

afternoon was the scene of a man, Mrs. Seth Woodruff, Mrs. H. C. Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . .20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb.
Chapter: Mrs. Ada Stephens, regent
;
merry gathering, Mrs. Leslie Corwin, Miller, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, Miss New- Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . . . 30c. lb.
Miss J. N. Van Keuren.
+ a guest of the Wyoming, being hostess man, Miss Mahady, and Miss Vida Tampa-DeSoto Chapter: Mrs. F. Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c., lb. Dixie Cream . . . . .. . . . . 40c. lb.

A for a four-table bridge party.A Miller. Menthal Drops . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Nougat .4O lb.
P. Macfarlane, regent; Mrs. C. C. .
s number of other ladies who did Martin. Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. Ib.
not play gladly accepted the invitation MRS. WATSON ENTERTAINS
.
? .
'New Smyrna-Victoria Chapter: lb.Chocolate Almonds
tt to attend later, in time to share WEDNESDAY CARD CLUB Gum Drops .
Mrs. D. P. Smith, regent.St. Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
the pleasant social hour over the delicious .
Petersburg-Princess Hirrihigua Chocolate Creams
refreshments. Daintily Mrs. Lawrence Watson attractively Y Chocolate Grapes
prepared Chapter: Mrs. Louise Hulbvrt, regent Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts
chicken salad, cream cheese, entertained the Wednesday Card club
Mrs. Hamlin.
nut balls, thin bread and butter: sand. yesterday at her home on Osceola ; Bartholomew and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds, and Peanuts.Ice .

wiches and crackers formed the first street, and three tables of players enjoyed Daytona Abigail Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any

a course, followed by sherbet, frozen in an afternoon at "five hundred." Chapter: Mrs. A. F. Bigelow, regent; quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one

=, rose shape, with whipped cream.; tiny Miss McKee scored highest during the Mrs.Jacksonville-Katherine Kathryn Thorp, ex-state regent. through our factory. \u. :. ;., !'l-') ,=-&. _l Y 1. '

j + cakes, each decorated with a pink rose afternoon's play. Livingston
Chapter: Mrs. James Craig, regent. HOT DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH
white The hostess served
and
on icing, coft'ee-all most a deliciously .
Deland-DeLand 'Mrs.
Chapter
:
appetizing and greatly enjoyed. prepared supper of oyster patties, Wm. S. Taylor.QrlandoOrlando. DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.

The first prize, a silver picture sandwiches, pickles, coffee, ice cream Chapter: Mrs. Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc.
frame, was won by Miss Barton the and cake.
; 'I|I In Jessica J. Branch, regent; Mrs. A. B. Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOci Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc.
second received attendance Mrs. J. B.
.Ij by Mrs. Beeman, was were Law-
Whitman and Mrs. C. P. Dow. Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . lOco
,
a pretty antique work bag. A dainty ton; Mrs. W. E. Hudson, Mrs. John \Hot Lemonade . . . . . . . . . 10&
Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c.
i flowered "week end" bag was a delightful .i I jSchnarr, Mrs. E. J. Temple, Mrs. J. I. "PEG 0' MY HEART" PLEASES : ; Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . 1Oc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c.
"consolation" for Miss Shaw, Thornton, Mrs. 0. S. Robinson, Mrs.

while the next "low score" made Miss I W. G. Johnson.Mrs. Walter Wescott, MANY :.

Newman the happy possessor of a Mrs. Wm. House, Mrs. Duffie, Mrs. 1Mtayer Oandy .0c .,
Play and players won decided favor :
colonial' mirror, gilt framed. E. F. Sperry and Miss McKee.
Miss Isaac was awarded the special' The club will meet with Mrs. Thorn- at the Lucerne theater last night, : 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
where J. Manners' brilliant
guest prize, a dainty silver frame. ton on February 18th.ROSALIND Hartley : lllMIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIMIHimillllUMI
The whole comedy, "Peg,o' My Heart," large in I.111111111111111111111111111111111
affair
was an entire suc
the public eye, was offered. It was a
cess, affording much pleasure to all CLUB
capacity house thai laughed and at I I i. I I Y
present, the guests being largely visitors The entertainment at the Rosalind I
times felt a heart-catch with Miss
here, who are cordially welcomed club this afternoon will be auction. !
Blanche Hall, a dainty bit of femininity -
here. Those attending yesterday were bridge, commencing at a quarter past '
who in the name part, a bewitch
Mrs. Howard Pendleton, of Lakewood, three o'clock.
ing Irish madcap, has caught quite all
N. Y.; Mrs. Jas. Calder, Jr., of Mont- There will also be tables for "five
the spirit of the lines and action
clair, N. J.; Mrs. Kinsman, of Warren, hundred." r
Ohio; Mrs. Clarke, of Martha's Vineyard Mrs.. Thayer, chairman hospitality which gave the vogue on Broadwaywhen I .
Mrs. Manners, wife of the author Souvenir Spoons
; Miss Noble, of Asbury Park, committee.
and then unknown
comparatively ,
r N. J.
; Miss Barton, of New Haven,
left end ring impress on blase Gotham. -
t Conn.; Miss Gayle, of Lakewood, N Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, o
a Y. Miss Isaac "Peg o My Heart" was given o have and complete line
; of Manchester Conn.; on Court street. 125tiTONIGHT heart place with Orlando people last We a large ,
.j
.. night. In all it was an offering that
will live long and pleasantly: in their State Spoons and Orlando Spoons

II memory.
'
The story concerns Peg, the daughter -
of an aristocratic English woman Come and see.

who marries a lovable but unfortunate
o
Irishman. Her family turn their o

aristocratic backs upon her on account -
of her marriage. Peg is brought r

up by her father, after. the death of: ALLEN & CO Jewelers -

her mother, in New York, and corns: ,

CLARENCE EDDY RECITAL to England to be educated by her relatives .

according to the conditions of'

a will of a brother of her mother's, Re
Guaranteed
.
ATDon't who has left a fortune to Peg. Everything " I i.able RePdI:


YOUNGER MATRONS AT MRS. :

WEATHERSBEE'S attentions, a pretty CATHOLIC BAZAAR
BAPTIST CHURCH thoughtful
MRS. EUPHEMIA S. GRANGER many I
The Younger Matrons met with HONOR GUEST OF D. A. R. event of the sessions being the pre- Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Mrs. Allen Weathersbee en Tuesday sentation of a bouquet on behalf of :February 5th, 6th and 7th. In Arcade

for an afternoon of bridge-the players the Daughters by the regent, Mrs. ]building, Pine street. Next door to

being Mesdames Thomas Brod. During the sessions of the Daughters FrisselL Mrs. Granger is,, in splendid :Branch's, store room formerly occupied .

Miss It...Get water, Irvine Dunn, Davis Fishback, of the American Revolution health and has the sprightliness '' by People's National bank. .

Gordon Wright, M. J. Daetwyler, which have been held in Orlando this of youth. She signed her name in Fancy table, prize suppers, cream

Louis Dolive and DeWitt Miller week, Mrs. Euphemia S. Granger, of the roster of the Daughters without :and cake. Delicious suppers will be

The best record for the day was Grand Rapids, Mich., has been the the aid of glasses.ATTENTION. served. Read the menu:
Your Tickets ToDay
made by Miss Glenn, Mrs. Weathers- guest of honor. Mrs. Granger is Thursday Night

bee's house guest, who later assistedthe stopping for the winter at tha Pines, W. C. T. U. Celery and Pickles
hostess in serving a tempting sal- and is accompanied by her daughter, Cold Roast Beef Ham

ad course. Mrs. Seeber, of Waterloo, Wis. Mrs. Chicken Salad '

Granger is 93 years of age, and is the The W. C. T. U. will hold the monthly / Creamed Irish Potatoes

I Ladies' hair dressing, massage, daughter of a soldier who served in. business meeting in the lecture I I Home Made Rolls

shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barbo the revolution. Being a "real": room of the Presbyterian.church Friday Coffee with Cream ,

Shop. '1.2-tf Daughter, she was the recipient oi: afternoon at 5 o'clock. Butter 1 .
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