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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 6, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00323
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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.' WANAMAKR[ BUILDING MACHINE[ 1 TO MEXICAN[ PAPERS R ROAST HANS S SCHMIDT IS FOUND CRUELTY[ 1 i0 CONVICTS l REVEALED[ [ [ BY ;r;


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PRESIDENT WILSON N GUILTY IN fIRST DEGREE''


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HEAD 0'/NATION DENOUNCED SLAYER OF YOUNG WOMANSHOWED
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AS A HYPOCRITE AND HEADSTRONG SAME UNCONCERNTHAT 1a

)WILL BE EQUIPPED WITH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL l mHLEOFOEKTIflP FUNCTIONARY HE DID THROUGH SEVERAL POSSIBlE CANDIDATES STATE WIDE PROBE OF

TWO HUNDRED HORSEPOWER WITHOUT CONSCIENCE FORMER TRIAL CAMPS IN GEORGIA }
MOTOR [ [ fOR C COUNTY SOLICITOR
TO
Mexico City, Feb. 5."PresidentWilson Special to the Sentinel r FOLLOW Y.
New York, Feb. 5.-Hans Schmidt,
Director of State Experiment Station has dropped the false mask of Attorneys Jos. H. Jones, Edwin W. -'
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the former who murdered
priest,
and State Agent Strongly, the puritan and declared himself the Davis and W. L. Tilden Are

IN INTEREST[ Of f WORLD PEACE[ Endorse the Idea friend and protector of the rebels,"I Anna bered Aumueller body into the and Hudson cast her river dismem-, was Mentioned BRUTAL B TREATMENT\ IHfl. UlE

is the seven column heading placed by
found guilty of murder in the first
County Clerk B. M. Robinson yes- El Pais over its account of President When the Democratic executive Y
degree tonight.
SAYS THAT HE PROPOSES TO terday notified Mr. C. H. Baker, of Wilson's action in raising the em. This was the second trial of committee of Orange county met in MEN CURSED AND FLOGGED ON '
IMPORTANCE Zdlwood, of his appointment by the bargo on arms and munitions of war. Orlando last Saturday to nominate a
DEMONSTRATE Schmidt, the former having resultedin THE MEREST PRETENSE AND
county board to be county agricul The newspaper declares "PresidentWilson's successor to the supervisor of regis-
mistrial. This verdict sends #
AVIATION IN TIMES a '
OF
turalist, and it is assumed that he motive, while alleged to be tration, Mr. W. L. Dolive, who had re- GENERAL CONDITION ,OF
Schmidt to the electric chair.
OF WARFARE will immediately enter upon the discharge based on high pretexts of neutrality, signed,'it was hardly thought that an- CAMPS HORRIBLE '
When the filed into the court
of his duties. I i originates really in commercial inter- jury other meeting of the committee wouldbe -
room, Schmidt showed the same un.
New York, Feb. 5. The success of The board had been considering the ests." necessary soon. In fact the chair- Special to the Sentinel

Rodman Wanamaker's flying boat in appointment of an expert, the matter I I I It conintues: concern that characterized him man, Mr. Seth Woodruff, in comment- Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 5.The grand '?

crossing the Atlantic ocean in a single having been brought before the mem- I "It was known that European and throughout both trials. ing upon the vacancies which existedin 'jury probing the conditions of Atlanta -

flight will depend almost entirely bers and urged by Mr. W. M. Ed I Japanese factories were turning out the committee, said that he didn't convict camps today gave out a

upon its motor, according to aviators wards, of Zellwood. Several other war materials for the Mexican government RADIUM CANCER[R PATIENT[ DIES suppose there was any immediate signed statement which says in part:

and aeroplane constructors, who today counties in the state have such a cooperative Similar establishments in need of filling them, but suggestedthat "Conditions in the Fulton county

revealed that other machines were arrangement with the gov- the United States were dissatisfiedand AFTER PLUCKY AGHT they should be filled without delay convict camps that have been dis- .

either in process of designing or ernment, which pays half the salaryof brought pressure to bear on the for the reason that the occasion closed to the grand jury are horrible ,

building with a similar object in view. $1,200, and the results have proved government at Washington to put an might arise when it would be desir- They are beyond belief. 4
Through the Aero Club of America, Congressman Bremner Succumbs Al- "One of the prisoners before the a
able
satisfactory.In end to the embargo and not block to have a full committee pres- 4
announced though a Fortune in Radium Had showed marks of 4
Mr Wanamaker last night letters to Chairman M. 0. Over- their business." jury recent whippings -
that Glenn Curtiss was building to his Been Used in Treating Him ent.The that gave the jurymen sick '
street State Director Rolfs of the experiment Officials of the American embassywere death of County Solicitor L G. i
order an immense hydroaeroplane in t stomach, his back being raw and s'
station, and State AgentC. successful last night in their Starbuck makes it necessary for the.
which 'attempt will be made this Baltimore, Did, Feb. 5.-Robert bleeding; the man had a cancer on
an K. McQuarrie of farm demonstration efforts to secure the release of Miss committee to meet again,soon, though
summer to cross the Atlantic. work warmly recommended the Victoria Hastings, an American from the seventh New Jersey district, when that date will be is not known.! his chest as big as a man's hand and
When the order for the machinewas news. Gunn Bremner, member of congress I was whipped because he didn't do a
appointment of such an agent in Or- woman, and Mr. Wallace I The governor will be notified of thesolicitor's
,
paper a
placed Mr. Curtiss told Mr. Wan and editor of the Passaic Daily Her- : task that was heavy for a well man.
ange county. Mr. Rolfs said that a photographer, who had death and will communicate r
amaker that in his opinion. a motor newspaper ald, died today of cancer at a local "Evidence was shown that the
large number of letters from this been arrested here. Miss Hastingswas his wishes in the matter to the:
of sufficient sanitarium where he had been under guards did little and brutally
could be perfected power county annually passed through his ordered to today before chairman. i save curse
'
and endurance for an over-the-sea appear going radium treatment since last De. flog the convicts; they wouldn't
office, and he was certain that nine- the authorities.The The names of Attorneys Joseph H.I
flight. His and other aviators' experiences cember. He had been suffering from beat mules as they beat prisoners.
tenths of the requests for aid and information Jones, Edwin W. Davis and W. L
had proven, he explained to Mr. could be attended to witha article in EfPais continues: the disease for four years. Tilden have been suggested as pos. "The conditions are a disgrace to
Wanamaker that a motor can be run "The humanitarianism of President Mr. Bremner was thirty-nine years civilization."
hundred per cent. more efficiencyby sible candidates for the solicitorship.The .
for forty to fifty hours without mis- having a county agent. Wilson has been put aside to make old and married. fitness of each is recognized and The revelations are shocking '
way for mercantilism. The worthy )tr. Bremner came to the sanita- that
hap. Wanamaker flier is designed a state wide investigation pf
Mr. Baker has lived in Orange if there should be a competition between
* S in fifteen Yankee believes everything in life rium to try the radium treatment convict will result. s
the
flight
make
to ocean camps
4 county a long while, and is known to them the ballot would undoubt-
t hours. should be reduced to dollars and cents. after physicians in this country and
the be close.
qualificationsfor edly
S admitted possess necessary He could not bear to see such a propi- I Europe had vainly tried to cure him.
,Alfred J. Moisant who today -
the important work to which he The compensation paid by the officeis
that he was working on an has been appointed. tious opportunity pass without profit- It was found that the disease had variable, except for the two dollars BRYAN HOrS[ I01SEI11E iWITH}
flight of the ing to give us what he surely believesto made such inroads that the fight
airship for an ocean was diem for day in the '
per
every year
be a decisive blow. To accumulatein against death would be made with all JAPAN AMICABLY
opinion that Mr. Wanamaker should
which is fixed and dependable. The
modify his plans as to motive power, f FORMER ORlANDO MAN TAKES our territory the elements of destruction the odds against Bremner. He was county commissioners in auditing the

E 500-horse motor is a labor which will soon optimistic, however, and tubes con-
substituting a power
accounts for the previous month at
for, the 200-horse power motor which SHOT AT BURGLAR B facilitate American meddling with our taining $100,000 worth of radium were Tuesday's meeting passed the amountof Says That This Agitation Time Would in Congress Be at

affairs. applied to the growth. For a time
he contemplates
his announcement -
says I $332 to be paid the county solicitoras Unfortunate
using. "It is the first step of the Yankee the patient seemed to improve and
fees for the last
Because William A. Holshouser Could term of criminal r
Mr. Wanamaker in commenting on toward our frontier. Afterward will members of his family frequently expressed -
At this
Not Find His Glasses the I II court. rate the compensation
the proposed flight declared that its Burglar EscapedSt. come intervention. The phantom the belief that he would re would be in the neighborhood of Washington, Feb. Secretary:

I accomplishment had been a cherished grows more distinct beyond the Rio I cover. They clung to this hope until $2,000 a year, but it may be observed Bryan urged the house immigration

vision of his for years. His purpose, Grande." I a few days ago when he was seized that the last term was probably an committee today to take no action on
world Petersburg, Fla., Feb. 5.-A i with sinking spell. From that time the Raker bill for exclusion of Asiatic !
he said, was in the interest of El Pais then calls on the Mexican a unusually remunerative one for the -
peace, and by this he expected a trip burglar who entered the.home of William people to have faith in the good :on :Mr. Bremner grew steadily weaker solicitor's office.It immigrants. Diplomatic negotiations -

I over the ocean in one flight would A. Holshouser last night got out Mexicans and in the government of : although he several times rallied between the United States and

awaken the world to a realization of alive again only because of the fact General Huerta, declaring: !in a surprising manner, aided by his has also been suggested in con- Japan over the California anti-alien

the tremendous importance of avia- that Mr. Holshauser can not se.e well !strong vitality and powerful will. nection with the selection of a county land laws and the whole question.
"The triumph which will crown his solicitor to succeed the late Mr. Star-
tion in warfare.Wanamaker's. without his glasses and was unableto I In his last days of suffering Mr. the Asiatic exclusion was discussed
efforts will be not only a triumph buck that the Bar
Orange
County
association
find them when he
left his
route will be from room I Bremner still fought on and insisted behind closed 'doors. The secretary
over the revolution, but another and I might matters for
St. John's, N. F., to the Irish coast with his revolver to kill the thief. that he would get well. He declared simplify bound Republicans and Democratsalike
more important one, because America, I the committee by recommending one
It calls for 1,600 miles of continuous Mr. Holshouser'was awakened by his :that he wanted to go back to congress to secrecy and told them the
wife who told him there as far south as Tierra del Fuego, will of its members, but it is not regardedas
flying to be done, if possible, between was a stran- i to fight for a bill to have a government administration needed to be free from
ring with the hymn of victory and that this will be done since
likely
,
in the house.
He felt for his
: ger owned radium institute so that legislative embarrassments in
dawn and nightfall of single day. i dealing
right over Yankee rapacity. such action would
virtually deprivethe
glasses and revolver at the same time this mineral could be at the disposalof with the situation.It .
but being unable to find his glassesin "The only thing President Wilson I committee of its prerogative in
the rich and poor alike. was generally understood that
MRS. MARY HARTJf TO MARRY will accomplish will be to I making its selection from a fair field.
the dark made for the thief with- place in :Mr. Bremner was a warm personal the wishes of the state departmentwould

out them. The thief was leaving as bold relief the figure of Victoriano 'friend of President Wilson, who was Mr. Davis returned last night from| be respected and that no effort

HR[ S SON'S CHUM rapidly as he could get down the Huerta, who, thanks to Yankee intrigue kept constantly advised of his condi- a visit out of the city and to the ,I would be made to press the bill before

stairs when Mr. Holshouser reachedthe symbolizes today on this con- tion and who frequently sent him I Sentinel said: "I notice that my the committee at this time.

Divorced Wife of Mult\.31i1li0nair top of the stairway. As the thief tinent the soul of the honest Latin messages of sympathy and encour name is being mentioned in connection -I Secretary Bryan told the committeethat
flashed a light to see how to race." with the county solicitorship. I
to Wed Boy of Half get agement. :Mr. Bremner's election to unless some untoward circumstances .
Her Age around a corner in the stairs, Mr. El Impartial' under the headline, congress was accomplished while he i wish you would say for me that un- arose he hoped for an amica-

Holshouser took a shot at him. The "President Wilson declares himself lay in bed ill. He did not make a der no conditions would I become a ble adjustment of the Japanese question

Special to the sentineL intruder dropped everything he had barefaced and opprobiously the accomplice -i speech. The election was said to candidate for the place and do not An agitation in congress at this

,J' New York, Feb. 5.Mrs. Mary taken. Neighbors who were awakened of bandits," says: I have been a tribute to his pluck.. wish to be considered as such." time, he declared, would be most un
.
Hartje, whose divorce horn her husband by the report of the revolversay "We can hardly credit the news Mr. Bremner was a native of Keiss, fortunate.

Augustus Hartje, the multimillionaire that they saw the man join a that the Yankee government permitsthe Caithness, Scotland, whence his fam- BLIND MAN,. TO PROTECT WIFE, Representatives Raker and Hayesof

,l paper manufacturer of Pitts- seccnd party in the alley and run passage of arms to the villains of ily emigrated to Canada when he wasa FOUGHT DRUNKEN MAN California were the only membersof

burg,jn 1910, was the most sensational away together following the disturbance. Villa, who rob, burn and assassinate.It youth. the committee inclined to oppose

I ever recorded in Pennsylvania, Thus it is believed that a partyof is unbelievable that a cultured people J Representative Bremner's wife, the wish of the secretary that actionin

is to marry the twenty year old chum burglars were working together.Mr. under the influence of a head.i three of his seven brothers and a sister The Ocala Evening Star of Tuesday the matter 'be indefinitely post.

of her.- son, Scott. strong functionary should become the I were at the bedsid? when the end tells of an amusing, yet affecting, poned.

,Mrs. Hartje is wealthy, having received Holshouser is a son of Mrs.J. accomplices of such a horde of 'out came. The patient had been prac- fight which occurred there. The Star

$250,000 frgra her first hus H. Mooney and a brother of Mrs.C. laws. I tically unconscious since Monday, although says: Treaty Signed With Denmark

'band. The prospective groom, Stan E. Wade and Mrs. F. A. Lewter,I "It appears, impossible that Presi- there were times when he "There was a peculiar scrap at the Washington, Feb. 5.-Secretary

- ley Howard, Jives\ in,this city. of Orlando, and spent most of his life dent Wilson can be a man devoid of would talk intelligently. Since yesterday Atlantic Coast Line depot last night Bryan today signed a peace treaty

Mrs. Hartje, who is forty, is now in in this city.PRESIDENT. conscience or shame. morning, however, he had been about 12 o'clock. The principals in with Denmark providing for the sub.

California' with her son and Howard, "If the American people approves unable to articulate. the set-to were a blind man and a fellow mission of any questions in disputeto

who are expected to remain unti' WILSON IS GIVEN the stupendous measure of the White Among his last requests was that who had imbibed a little too free- a commission which is allowed one

, March. Mrs Floyd, the Howard ANDREW JACKSON'S CANE House it will deserve the execrationof his brother Leith should take over the ly in tanglefoot. The blind man and year for examination and report.*"

boy's mother, when seen tonight, all honorable nations." business of the Passaic Herald and his wife, the latter also a crjpple in Constantin Brun, the Danish minister

1 stated t)1e'story'was true, but refusedto Washington, Feb. .-Andrew Jack look after the interests of his wife. an invalid's chair,. were waiting for I I signed the treaty for his own

talk further or, say when the cere-- son's famous hickory stick was presented The funeral services will be held at the southbound train, when the drunk government
.
mony would take place. to President Wilson today by GLASS DENIED SEAT IN SENATE Mr. Bremner's late home. wandered into the waiting room and So far eight" such conventions have

Senator Thompson, in behalf of Levi began using language not exactly been signed but none has yet been ,

3IAZATLAN TAKEN. .' BY REBELS Llduam, of Wichita, Kas., who got it Washington, Feb. 5.-After a bit- WARSHIPS GATHERING AT proper in the presence of a lady. The submitted to, the senate.

N from a friend of the' former president ter contest in the senate, that body TAMPICO blind man requested that he refrain

zt Nogales, Ariz.t ;;:OF'b. 5.-Mazatlan, late yesterday, by a vote of 32 to 31, from using profane language, whereupon

an important ,seacoast port on the It is said to be the same stick with voted to deny Frank P. Glass of Alabama Special to the SentineL the inebriate became more violent CHOCTAWS CALL ON "GREAT. .

coast of Sinaloa, fell into the handsof which "Old ,Hickory" located the [ a seat in the senate, sustainingthe | Vera Cruz, Feb. 5.-It is reported and abusive. This made the WHITE FATHER"

Carranza's,forces today ,accordingto United States treasury on Pennsylvania action of the committee on privileges heretonight that the condition of blind man ,hot under the collar and :-

information .received in Nogales affairs at Tampico' is growing more he his toward the drunk Washington Feb. 5 '
,avenue. There was a dispute as and elections. ; groped, way ,-Several Choctaw ,

Sonora, from rebel sources to where 'it should be. ,Mr. Glass was denied'.a seat, on the 'alarming. Several foreign warshipsleft and.landed on'him like.a ton of brick. 'Indians paid': their respects ItoPresident

S S. "Put jt there," Jackson is; credited ground that Governor.O'Nealm making -'.,. this port today for'Tamp eo.. .I Night'.Operator Mulligan, hearing,the Wilson.at:the 'White,Housetoday.
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..1S THE WEATHERS with having _said. ,''as he plunged ,the i the appointment. did so.'in' violation I II I disturbance i ;:: arrived,:on :the scene in They were' piloted by,Representative ,

:' ,Florida: 'Occasional .rains Friday end of the-hickory stick ,into the ofthe seventeenth_amendment to And;BO v>it's Valentines.' .Curtis,& time:tp;part .the belligerentsandinadentally ; -I \ 'Harrison of. :Mississippi,1 ., j\: ;

Q'.. and Saturday;' colder: Saturday in ground where t building now constitution n, which provides' for O'leai-1 ve them ,in large varieties;. save: the booze .artist'from:'Where. there: ara. more: t a :;1, ":'of '.-
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t '"'j northwest portion. stands. f tS &ect'election of'senators._ 'and prices "to'suit .everybody.{ .a'severe and-well' meritetl trouncing'th '"tri:1. ;''..1' ,;.4 f. ,..1t .!\:.!..:;.- rt -< -;.. t\
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Pensacola, Fla., Feb. 4.-It was ex tIllp G ld le Cakes Today at '
t- pected when taking of testimony in a s a

the election fraud case was resumed 11 11 11 '"
today that the evidence would be com. MOTION
MONTGOMERY
pleted before night. .. Grand Theatre
Charged with conspiracy to falsify PICTURE CO'S

and alter public documents, City Commissioner -
r Frank Pou, former Regis- Are perfectly wholesome and good if

tration Officer Wallace G. Kennedy, HELEN GARDNER (Mrs. Duncan Pell) The Bernhardt of Moving Pictures -
George Andrews and John G. Rupertwere they are cooked with Gas on our.. in "CLEOPATRA." The Story cf \Voman and Queen in five pats;

arraigned today in the court of produced by Helen Gardner Picture Players, adapted from the play by Victonen
K record, all entering pleas of not Sardou, under the direction of Charles L. Gaskill, This picture is the
s Vulcan Waffle Irons.or Cake Griddles ri largestand
guilty. most superb dramatic expression of the motion picture ever .
The case is one of the most important It is in class itself. attempted.
distinctly a to Nearly three miles of film were employed j in

p many to years come, and before when the the court cases here were in They fit on any gas stove and are simple the work of its production and out of this was selected one mile of film which constitutes -

called for trial the court the completed picture.
room was and i
; easy to use. The Shawls Draperies and Gowns Miss
\ crowded to its capacity.The worn by Gardner are hundred of '
allegation is made that duringthe years old, and the Jewels worn cost over fifty thousand dollars.Matinee '
city election last year, when Commissioner Let us deliver one for youtoday.. ,

Pou was a candidate for the Commences at 2 ,
O'clock
position to which he was elected that \ \ Only $1,25each, '. Sharp

numerous persons who were not qual '
ified to register and vote were regis And Performance will Run Continuously Until 10:30: P. M.

tered by the registration officer and
his deputy at the instance of Mr. Pou, As it will take one and a qurter hours to show this picture, and that ybu

the latter making out the registration UWATER[ & LIGHT CO. may see it all without being obliged to see parts of it twice, the first reel will com-
and certificates which
exemption mence at the following hours: .
had been signed in blank form by the .

officers. Gas Department Afternoon, 2oo.p.: m., 3:30: p. m. and 5.00; p. m.

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SETH LOW IS AGAINST ANTITRUST Evening, 6:30 p. m., 7:50 p. m. and 9:10 p. m.
BILLS 64111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'1111111'
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* Washington, Feb.-."You have hit One Day Only
the bull's eye, but it is the wrong tar .
get," Seth Low, president of the Na-
tional Civic association, told the house
judiciary committee, discussing pend Pk'I 1JC i; PRICES Mulls I
viOl] C lJC
ing trust bills. The bill forbidding ( Matinee Two O'clock Sharp
interlocking directorates, he said,
1 would affect labor unions and prelim i
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inary rate conferences by railroad itttlitilt Cg + frfrWtiS V frfr> $ > m< . iMmommtmmm
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traffic agents, now approved by the

interstate commerce commission. Just arrived car load
Labor men were entitled to combine f For
Economy and
' for better wages or hours, Mr. Low FORDS for inmediI I c purchase -
said, although combinations such as H power of
W RIG T513BD your mon-
boycotts which affected interstate ate delivery. co
;
trade, should be forbidden. FOR REAL ESTATE ey, "Try W right's" Farm

Representative Carlin called Mr.Lows Get. yours now. That Our Business and Garden Seeds. in +
attention to a pending bill
Florida
which farmers.would affect labor unions and t F. G. RUSH, Orlando. bulk, ."Motto" Quantity

The Sherman law now gives ampleaid Phone 226 and Quality.
for restriction of unfair combinations -
Mr. Low thought, and he feared Fresh Eggs 37c doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C Jb.

efforts to define its prohibitions would Sweet 1\1ilk. 13C qt. Ice 4oc 100 Ibs., Limes 150 doz.

weaken it. Sweet Milk oic pint Fresh Butter Milk roc qt.

Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,
LILLIAN'RUSSELL'S
ISSUES UNIQUE CHALLENGE HUSBAND (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order

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Pittsburg, Pa., ,Feb. 4.-After Sen- 1 j
ator G. T. Oliver's newspapers, the ,I ,:,::::::::::MMMMIMIMIIIIIMIIIMMMimMIMimillimi,.,... ::::::,HIMIIMU,
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f 4 and Moore liquor editor that,, advertisements the had they husband of announced the would Leader of no, Lillian in Alexander longer, today's announcedin Russell accept issues P. ORLANDO N O BANK a TRUST I COMPANY



an editorial that he would sign a!
life pledge with Mr. Oliver to refrain. WE MAKE IT OUR BUSINESSTo Orlando, Florida.Condition .
from the personal use of liquor.
at the close of business December 31, 1913
Following is part of Moore's edi.:
supply particular Stationery, Office
tonal: RESOURCES.

"Further, George T. Oliver should. Supplies and Blank Books for particular peo- Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10
publicly proclaim his intention to refrain -, Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . 362.37 '
from any personal use of liquor ple. Stocks and Bond's"//// . . . . . . . . . 26018.33 .
and banish it from his home. If his the most fastid- Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57Banking '
willing to this far the editor off We try to please even
go
House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
the Leader offers to sign with him a
z ious, and will welcome enquiries about the
life pledge not to taste liquor of any $656,382.21
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kind.
special goods you have not been able to pro- LIABILITIES

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Ladies' hair dressing, elsewhere.Our Capital Stock . . . . ".. . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
shampoo, electric drier. Gem massage Barber: cure Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86

.. Shop. 1-2-tf staple line comprises enough to fill Deposits ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38

NOTICEI all ordinary demands.Our $656,382.24

prices will bring future orders.
hereby give notice that after Jan- Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68
any uary debts 9th I contracted will not be by responsible my wife, Mrs.for W. S. BRANCH, Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 i
Helen Gwynne.
1-11-tf WYNDOM . ... . . . . . .
P. GWYNNE.W. The Arcade Book and Music Store Increase . . . . . . . : 31,195.70'The
officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
T. ENTRICAN, Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
Makes a specialty of painting, paper- iMIIIIIItMMHIMBt 11111 11111 11111 11111 III friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.
ing Phone, refinishing 636. floors, furniture 1-21-lm, eta I ill II IIM : The management of the.Bank feels that this showing reflects ,
II II I I : the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
I : this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and

: For Sale Ten Acre Sacrifice I strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
Price
a : ful statements to its patrons. ,
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Grove Paying Big : M. M. SMITH, President I \

: W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
Profits. : I ,
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Located East of Town near city : I I

limits on a beautiful lake. .500 full : Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just I 1
i : WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
bearing orange trees, 150 to two year one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Im : AND DO ALL KINDS OF

old budded grape fruit trees Crop : A SACRIFICE OFFERTen
proved with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest :, OPTICAL REPAIRING
this year: 1600 boxes that sold for II
locations in Orlando. II II Hundred and fifty dollars will buy my beautiful
dollar box.
one per Prospects for :
I I corner lot 70x85 feet. High and dry, close in near park
3000 boxes this year... Has been II ., and lake. Also adjoining the above a brand new six
fertilized twice this year and is in I: The Price is Right room Bungalow, with bath room and ceiled basement.
I Price, $2,200. Also adjoining, a nearly new twostorysix
perfect condition. If sold in ten : room cottage, including auto shed and rose house. ,

days price is $6500.Cooper :. DR. L H. RAMSDELL lot 40x117 feet, Price $1,900.00; or I will sell the whole

.. OPTOMETRIST property together for $4200.00 and allow dealers' commission .
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUrina) with terms. I mean business. No good of
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& Atha Or1aflo Real l E Estate t Co.Phone .. ORLANDO, - FLORIDA fer refused. E." N.r COY.- \I

Exclusive Agents
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Corner West and
W. T. ENTRICAN, Ridgewood.
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Offers to Orlando the newest and best
( Orlando Florida a of workmanship in the painting and I.I
trade. Phone 636.
decorating 1-21-lm ial Read The Morning Sentinel 1 .

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ORANGE PARK IS SAID TO BE THE PRETTIEST AND BEST
II DEVELOPMENT EVER OPENED. IT'S A WONDER. LOCATED ON 3
THE MAIN ROAD TO THE COUNTRY CLUB. HAS A HARD ROAD
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ALL ALONG [THE FRONT. BIG MAGNIFICENT OAK TREES IN
(J FRONT OF LOTS AND EVERY LOT IS COVERED WITH BIG FULL
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1' BEARING ORANGE TREES. THEY'RE SOME TREES, WHEN YOU
/ LEARN THAT THE LOTS ARE FROM FIFTY TO SIXTY FEET FRONT
/ AND NEARLY 200 FEET LONG. THE AGENTS ARE VERY PLEASANT
I,7 AND COURTEOUS,AND CAPT.NORTON:MILLER IS GOING TO
1 TELL STORIES AND GIVE AWAY HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS WORTH ,
t'! OF VALUABLE PRESENTS. YOU DON'T HAVE TO BUY TO GET
t ONE,AND THEY ARE DANDIES. LOOK THEM OVER IN THE BIG
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I I' ? five fruit trees,a Dandy Spot '
lii i! Special. easy terms on all Lots, Five per cent,discount for cash

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you on.
They will return at 5 p.m. ( .

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Is The Next Great Day, Get There Early.'

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t South Florida THE DAILY SentinelMORNING TWENTY-SEVEN[ '[ WOODEN[ INDIANS SEABOARD[ [ENGINE WRECKS[ AUTO:r AGED OFFICIAL IS C CONVICTED[ Of tti iiiiiittnniBiiiittieiiiiin ; ; i iiitnmtHH


t AND WEEKLY OfC MJ[ [lAWN SIGHTSEEING CAR FRAUDULENT[ ACTS

+: JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner.a -
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a Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando forIda Cigar Store Signs Purchased by Palm Nineteen Passengers Injured Out of Frank Maura Seventy Years Old Dickson-Ives
a* Second Class Mail Matter. Beach Man
to SentinelHis Twenty-five in the Car Found Guilty of Falsifying
l TO ADVERTISERS: Home at Time Registration Books J
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Copy for display and all other handset
e. advertising must be handed in at the busineM Palm Beach, Fla., Feb. 5.-Hearing Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 5.-Nine- Pensacola, Fla., Feb. 5.-Frank
w office of the Sentinel not later than
2
the day before publication. This rule appliesto p. m. that part of the estate they purchaseda teen persons' were injured this morn- Maura, the aged city registration offi-

:+ invariable chances and for will contract be strictly advertising adhered; to.it is year ago on Paradise island; near I ing when a large sightseeing automo- cer, was last night found guilty of DEPARTMENTAL STORE Lrlanoo'
Palm Beach, had in years gone by I bile was run down by a Seaboard AirLine wilfully and fraudulently falsifying

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: been used by the Seminole Indians as 1 t train at a crossing near Wood- the city registration books, the jury

One Year ............... .....$5.00 a place of worship, Mr. and Mrs. Fred I,lawn cemetery. Three persons were returning their verdict after delib-
Six Months .............. ..... 2.50 Yates, of Rochester, during the fall :dangerously injured. They are: erating 'for about two hours. City
Three Months ................. 1.25 made an automobile trip through J. W. Barrow, Bowden, Fla. Commissioner Frank Pou, Deputy
s In Advance. country towns buying up cigar store Miss Gladys Barrow, Bowden, Fla., Registration Officer Wallace Kennedy,I s favorite Shopping
Indian figures with which to adorn it (daughter of J. W.) John Rupert and George Andrewswere

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1914. this winter. They now have twenty- I Joseph Watson, Tampa, Fla. all acquitted. Mr. Maura, who, .
seven of them, all freshly painted red I These are suffering from internalinjuries. is 70 years of age, and a civil war:
"Willis Powell preparing to star a and green. These statues arrived by veteran, was found guilty upon all H i PLACEOn
2 Clearwater daily," says the Tribune. freight last week, and Mr. and Mrs. I' J. S. Robertson, of Jacksonville, is fourteen counts in the indictment.
No-some mistake; no water for Wil Yates have set them up in a double painfully injured, while at least fif Sentence was not passed before court
lis. row leading from their house to the teen other occupants of the car sus I adjourned.

o :lake. They have also changed the tained injuries of more or less se I -- -- -- -------
Cases concluded early tonight
were
Tampa is entertaining the national name of their place to Indian Lodge. verity
I 'and the jury hearing the evidence was
.. realty men. Real estate will take a All these facts became known to. There is a curve at the point wherethe
slump while they're in town, for day when the Yates reached Palm accident occurred. The car was with discharged. The to men fraudulently are charged falsify February first took place the for-
conspiracy -
there'll be nobody to sell it. Beach in their fast power boat for a just entering the crossing when the
the city registration books by mal amalgamation of the three firms
o few hours' visit. They reached Jacksonville train dashed around the bend. The ,
There is, but one way about it, if by train from the North Friday impact knocked the car high in the placing and the others names not of qualified many nonresidents to vote- Dickson & Ives and Scruggs & Dick-
... you do not register you can not vote night last with an automobile in air and hurled the passengers violently
in the June primary. The books close the express car. Mr. Yates and a l to the ground. upon the books. i son and MarionB.Ives on or about the
March 2. Do it today. chauffeur started with it Saturday I There were twenty-five persons on l ,

morning, while Mrs. Yates continuedon the car at the time. A complete plant for the manufac-
.y When John; D. gives up that twelve by train. The automobile made ture of ice has been installed in the
: million dollars income tax he be the in 25th February .
: may trip twenty-four hours' run-
i' Reports from Santa Rosa county basement of the kitchen at St. Luke'shospital
expected to touch the button and send ning time, distance 275 miles, muchof say that a cyclone passed through the in Jacksonville. The machine
oil up a few ponits. What's the price it through sand. This is said to
forests there few
a nights ago. A is of four-ton capacity. Thirty-six
of gasoline? establish a record. wide path was swept, but no loss o cakes of ice per day can be manus will take place the inaugural opening

o (life resulted. The greatest loss is i factured weighing 60 pounds each in
A blind man and a drunk one hada BAD WEATHER FOR FORTY-TWO representingEverything
e said to be among the turpentine trees.I a small miniature brine tank.
fight in Ocala Monday night, and DAYS I I --
bystanders interfered - =-
time to keep
the drunk man from getting the worst Old Sol Was On The Job Through. tlllllllllllllllllllll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'Money
of it. They must not sell good fighting out The Day To Discomfortureof
liquor in Ocala. Ground Hog.

3 o Mr. G. Hog's invasion into the to Loan
} The Tampa papers are showing the haunts of men must,of necessity,have I J of the latest creations in
secret of Wendler's success in poultry
have been very shortlivedesterday I ,
fancying. Some of the birds /
he fancied
a if the ancient legend concerning the
haven't been seen by their own- habits of this particular rodent is to i Woman's WearGents'
ers since he took the
fancy. be believed. Old Sol was on the job,
o bright 'and early and it seemed as if On improved city
Sixty cents is a little thing, but it he had designs or intentions from Furnishings
x is big enough to withhold the
support
the start, for the energy he displayedwas
.a of the Plant City Courier for
a can-
surprising for this season of the
didate who has been owing that MillineryGroceries'
year. Not satisfied with chasing property. _
amount for some years, and now of- Bre'r Groundhog to cover early in the .
fers for a big state office. This might day, he continued to dispense his I Etc. Etc.
t be placed in the category of the ,
powerof shafts
of light and warmth until late -
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Pensacola o his famous contemporary did not i : Represented by 25 different Depart-
may not be taken as a "come back."

t model commission example form of a city under the So, according to those who are inclined _ _ : ; ments each department being absolute-
of.government.
She
has had trouble ever since the commission mythical to legend lend a surrounding credulous ear this to the famous till 11111 11111 lei 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111. 11111 I : : ly complete i in itself: .

form was inaugurated there, i *
personage, foul winds and disagreeable -
but this was not due to the principle; weather are to be apportioned -' A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX .

rather due to the lack of principleamong to this community until six

the politicians. i long weeks have elapsed. Even to THE PALMS AUTO COREO


i who in The its advertised Sunday Tampa Tribune paper for o a from wife had an of a want old between man ad. are story this inclined day, despite to there the to the believe are fact many in that this people it fabulous was who relegated MOTOR CARS oil r! M1 il! Order r r D Bepartifielli


and scrap pile some time For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also a
fifty sixty. The Tribune says theatL since, by the dispellers of foolish no. carry

; : brought more than half a hundred tions. It may be that the same man full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force Will be a distinct feature. It is createdfor
replies. Think of it, says the Tri who discovered the moon was made
4 bune; more than fifty ladies on the of green cheese, established the of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely your convenience. Make use of it.
lunset
side of fifty who want to mar-
ground hog as a weather prophet.- guaranteed.
ry! But the Tribune uses the inci Register, Wheeling, W. Va. POSTAL EXPRESS and FREIGHT chargest '
dent not as a sermon on matrimony I f

but as an invincible argument that I The woman's civic league of Quincy paid on all out of town orders.
Tribune
want ads.
accomplish about
anything that one might wish. is doing some wonderful things for THE PALMS AUTO CO
o that town. Some very valuable im-

.The Lakeland Telegram is receiv provements are now under way which FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.
ing deserved congratulations from its will add greatly to the appearance of|

contemporaries on the acquisition of the already prettly little city. I H

a new plant and building, which is one I I Grocery D Bepafiffleiltlatter
of the best in Florida. The Sentinel I I
does here and now join the chorus, I
in wishing the Telegram continued I I
success. We would concur in the I The part of this month *

-amendment of the Ocala Star, how-

ever, by saying that we have but one the special representative of the
objection to the Telegram, and that is -
Richeleau Co. the
its failure to reach this office more T Canning larg-

than once or twice a week. \ est concern of its kind in the U.

o j S. will be here for few
The Ocala Star thinks that by the a days.
the voters Man is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry.The .
way are registering in |I Any ladies interested in their

Duval county and not registering in majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule fr :
; other counties that Jacksonville may ;,; I productions kindly notify us.
nominate not only the senator but not as expensive jewelry. ladies, but of necessity he has ;", :

about every other candidate who goes wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring, 4'' :Ito \
into the state primary. All of which ,-,. ,
has more than a grain of truth in it. cuff links, vest chain and numerous other articles are all : :

In Duval urged county to register the electors by the are pros-being be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men's ., :I Ito SDPI1ll[ Day by day--until transference -

pective candidates and their friends jewelry. Quality the best. Stocks the largest.T.H.Evans : to the New Store
and in the other counties they are be- I
ing neglected in this wise. It is to .... ..
be regretted that the new registra- { .. Reductionsin
tion law went into ., .. i, Big
effect in an "off"year. ; ;:: .. . Jt. !-: .
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o Dress Goods Silks Laces
etc. etc.
The interstate commerce commis- I ,

sion allowed a peculiar slip when the I I ,, will be offered at the store occupied by
commodity rates which went into ef I.
I.I I Marion B. Ives.
fect the first of the month resulted in I ;
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an increase on shipments of fruits and I
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vegetables. The commission contends I
Several New ReadytowearVaists
that it didn't raise rates; that it ,
has no authority to raise rates, but the Jeweler
ti the rates have been increased and are and Hats Already Opened Up

being collected. Thousands of dollars -
will be thus collected and turned .(

'' into the till |f the company before \ OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE : IVP Orlando

the order is modified, and there will Ji Orange e I.i
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be refunded. Such,slips
no excess as if EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING :
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Eating Pure Candy is More Than a j FAVORITE THEATRE 8 8B.

| E MILLER, Manager < g OUR THIRD FLOOR

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. B| Matinee 2 to 10 P. M. I II

!I Admission 5 cents t 1
Of course, hundreds of people all over the country '
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eat Candy just because they like Candy-just to Program! SPECIALS

satisfy that desire for something sweet---and you al- 3-Crackerjack reels-3

times.If "Tale of a Lonely" (Rex)
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so,have done the same thing many
with Bob
A powerful seacoast drama "

we can convince you that pure candy is Leonard and Margarita Fisher : J. C. Wimple window shades 38x84 inches used
beneficial from a food standpoint "Curing the Doctor" (Frontier) 7
healthful really tJ C
A rip-roaring comedy. : by U S. Government -
that is well ,
realize
why then you'll your money "I+eart of a Cracksman" (Powers)

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort Featuring Wal Reid. the If they are good enough for Uncle Sam, they are good
All of our pictures are passed by
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ment. National Board of Censorship. \\> enough for anyone,
offer the cleanest and best programin a

the world, with realj genuine fea- : A good Oil Opaque Shade at 60c

BUTT'S' KANDY. KITCHEN t tures every, day. while last
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OLLINS DEFEATED-ORMOND-- IN r $3,25 Mattresses they $1.98.

4 TWO SWIFT GAMES : $3.00 Screens, special at $1.98 :

The home oi pure home-made Candies, .
The Rollins college baseball team : Our line of Crockery is the largest and best in South \
has returned from Ormond, where
Orange AvenueWADE' they played two games, Monday and Florida.

Tuesday, winning both; the first by a

score of 1 to 0, and the other by 3 to
)>. Ormond will meet the Rollins team Oil Heaters $3.50, $3.75, $4 and 4.50

at the fair grounds in Orlando Monday -

REGISTRATION TAFT IS OFFICER FOR I afternoon at 3.o'clock, and will! Full line of Electric Supplies Heaters Stoves Irons ;
APPOINTED play another game tat Winter Park ;j etc.
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. The
THE TUNER Though his bond has not been approved last game will be played in the morning Complete lines of the following:
FLA.
ORLANDO
by the county commissioners,I to allow the Ormond team to

Mr. F. H. Williams is serving as supervisor catch the afternoon train back. Ci:ch : Furniture office desks dining tables, chairs,buffets to match,
of registration, to which Mason says the Ormond team is swift
office he has been appointed by Governor : China closets iron beds aluminum .
:Mrs. 0. H. Davis, Titusville. is company, carrying several profes- springs, mattresses, ware,

|i a Mr.guest and at Mrs.the San R. P.Juan.Pense, of Chat- pired term Trammell of W.to L fill Dolive out,the resigned.unex- sional exhibition players.of ball He in guarantees Orlando when a good the :: Heise glassware, Japanese and German China suitable for

Mr. Williams didn't receive his com- afternoon. '
meet here Monday
of the teams _
in Orlando, guests
tanooga, are gifts.
mission from the governor until after
'I San Juan. the commissioners had adjourned. It ORANGE PARK LOTS nEI SOLD I

$, Miss Essie Jordan arrived to be yester-the is probable that a called meeting will AT AUCTION We can furnish your home complete. Take the eleva-
from Atlanta, Ga.,
day approve his bond today. One of Mr.

guest of Miss Jean Person. Williams' first acts was to appointJ. The Colonial Land company is selling tor to the third iloor.Orlando's.

X Ladies' hair dressing. massage, A. Worley as registration officer lots in Orange Park at auction.
&oo, electric drier. Gem Barber: for Taft district. The place has been The sale begins every day at twoo'clock

Shop. 1-2-tf vacant since the resignation of H. C. and free transportation i is .

Mr. C. W. Carlin, of Jupiter, Fla., Hammond, who resigned after serv- furnished to the scene of the sale. ,

arrived last evening to visit his ing one week, stating that he couldn't The lots are sold to the highest bidder -

daughters, who are students at the afford to do the work for the small and they have been going at a

Cathedral school compensation allowed Up to the goodly clip, and in addition the buy- Tn y ll. ltw rtn

Mrs. Mary Hoppin arrived yesterday close of office hours yesterday 343 ers have a chance to draw certain 011 MC aI

from Worcester, Mass., and is at had registered from the two Orlando valuable presents that are given away

fers for a big state office. This might districts. by the auctioneers. This is an oppor. ,
South Lake street. tunity to get a good lot at a low price,

Mrs. A. McCabe, Miss Bertha McCabe HUTCHINSON. BUYS DASHWOOD one that may be worth double the Largest Store <
and Mr.'H. Dallas McCabe left PLACE; 'WILL IMPROVE IT money in a snort time. ..

yesterday by auto for a six weeks' ,
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hutchinson, FINAL JOINT MEETING OF SEMINOLE "
stay in Melbourne, Fla. of Chicago, have arrived in Orlando, AND ORANGE BOARDSThe "Quality Did It. i ;
/ Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Huggins, Mrs.
their with
bringing car them, and are
J. K. Mettinger, and Mrs. S. 0. Chase,
otherwise prepared to spend an enjoyable between the
final joint meeting
of Sanford, were among Orlando's ., itmmiiiiiiiiiiiMtimimiiMiiiiiiit , , II" .
winter in this section. Mr. Seminole and Orange county boards
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visitors yesterday.The
welcome Hutchinson. purchased the Dash- of county commissioners- will be heldin
ladies of the Methodist Aid wood place, south of Orlando, and will i. Orlando February 13. Mr. H. C. LAND
society will have a cooked food sale make several decided improvements.He of registrationfor FARM .,
DuBose, supervisor be
120 acres, near Orlando, must MMMMIMIMIilMMU
Merck's drug store.
every Saturday at and Mrs. Hutchinson are so much before
Chad-
Seminole county, appeared sold. Make: me an offer. C. D.
All kinds of cake and candies for sale. pleased with the surroundings that the Orange county board Tuesday and wick, 19 W. Church St., Orlando, Fla.

2-6-2t they are likely to make this their per- asked for the meeting for a final adjustment ,2-6-6t Fresh Eggs
Misses: A. G.. Miller, E. H. Miller I manent home, spending the greater of affairs between the two
and Gertrude Daelinger, 9f Cedar i part of the year here, summer as wellas counties incident to the creation of Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
12-5-tf
Rapids, Iowa, arrived in Orlando yesterday winter. Mr. Hutchinson is one of Seminole county. on Court street. Special attention paid to customers
and are registered at the San the Sentinel's Chicago subscribers,

p Juan. and has kept his enthusiasm warm by FOES OF FAKIRS Job printing at the Sentinel who eat raw eggs.

Mr. J. W. Paul, of Zellwood, with reading its columns daily. Others, he .
t his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and says, have become interested in Orlando The merchants' protection committee THE FLORISTCut

Mrs. Schelding, who are spending the by reading his copy of the Sentinel the original and unrelenting foe LUTHER Cheese! Cheese!
winter with him, were visitors in and some of them will in all of fake advertising schemes, held its Flowers
town yesterday. likelihood become investors and residents organization meeting yesterday after-
VIOLETS
,
ROSES
Candy! Home-made, creams, fudge,, here.DECORATOR. noon at the Jacksonville board of ,
We have different kindsof
cocoanut chips, stuffed dates and other trade rooms and mapped out a new CARNATIONS, PANSIES, twenty
sweets, on sale in front of Grand FOR FAIR ARRIVESIN campaign as well as handling a variety .
theater on Friday afternoon and ORLANDO of routine applications.' H. B. POTTED PLANTS cheese. Call and see them.

evening. 25.2t Mr. W. W. Stoddard, who has been Garrett was unanimously elected ,.
appointed official decorator for the chairman of the committee and F. W.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Scates, of
fair, arrived yesterday, and in com- Hinman vicechairman.It ,
,Portland, Maine, are in Orlando for R. Good Wood $1.50 I II
pany'with Mr. C. K. Pomeroy, began is the hope of the committee to
welcomed
another visit and are warmly
l : by numerous friends. They calling on the business men to arrange further perfect its usefulness duringthe Better Wood $2 and $2.25 THE SANITARY GROCERY I
t for the street decorations. In year and it' feels that the busi-
are at the Wyoming. regard to the comment that heretofore it Wood $2.50 and $2.75
ness man is due! all the protection Best CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Miss Essie Jordan, an attractive
the fair decorations had been put can offer against the advertisingfakir
young lady of Atlanta, Ga., who has up in advance of the fair for some who, as experience has shown, This won't last long, 200 6 & 8 E Pine Street .
been visiting friends in Ocala, arrivedin days and had been' ruined by the : makes his appearance in Jacksonville Stock while you can.
Orlando last night and is the guest up
rains that intervened, Mr. Stoddard during the winter months.On .
of Miss Jean Person. said that he furnished his own materials the other hand, a painstaking
Orlando Wood Yard CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Dr. and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy returned in fast colors which he guaranteed investigation is to be conducted in

last night in their car from a not to run, and that no such connection with each and every appli- 104 W. Pine St.
visit to Ocala. They were accompanied thing need be feared this time. He cation and those ota meritorious sort
to Orlando by Dr. and Mrs. H. C. was busy signing up for decorationsand will be, endorsed. At the meeting B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor

Dozier and Miss Essie Jordan.Mr. the canvass will be continued to- yesterday, one application was referred --- -
I I day. The decorator is taking contracts to the man who made it with
M. H. Newton, a prominent -
to furnish floats also. He has extravagant -
that certain rather
citizen of Owensboro, Ky., arrivedin a request MtiiiiiiHMiiiiiminSupreme
several assistants and can get more claims that were included be
Orlando last evening on a visit to I
on short notice. level The : Special Bargains
i old friends, Messrs. Walker Bros:, toned down to a reasonable
-- be taken by : Auto Oil
will again up
_. E. H., J. B., and W. T. Walker.A application
Eat what
'I you wantEat the committee.-Times-Union, 5th.
furnished house, two or three all you want.
Take a postscript and forget it.
furnished rooms, or unfurnished cot For sale by all druggists. LOOK OUT FOR PICKPOCKETSThere 1 Four Cadillac $3501Five
Passenger
that has -
oil
tage is wanted by a small family. 1.7-d&w.lyr The
Apply Mr. Al Meis, Yowell-Duck- are numerous indications that :
worth company. / 2-6-3t The Summerlin high school girls, a gang of light-fingered gentry is stood the supreme Passenger Hudson $500
as well as their friends, are rejoicingat now operating in Fort Myers. It is test
Mrs. M. W. Carruth, Mrs. Hugh C.
their winning the scholastic championship assumed that they came in the wake
Macfarlane and Mrs. C. C. Martin of the state. Summerlin is of the increased travel, as they seem These cars are in good shape, good
returned last night from Orlando, in THAT;-
located -
Bartow. -
at their profession
to be practicing
where they attended the D. A. R. this vicinity. Several persons have tires and ready to run.

conference. The delegates were very Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Dorsey left I met with small losses or noted at-)

pleasantly entertained while away Thursday for Orlando, Florida, to I tempts to pick pockets. The authorities Goo Gulf Gasoline *
r and enjoyed the convention greatly. spend several weeks. They went fromLexington are aware of the situation and
Co
Times. San Juan Garage
Tampa Friday morning on the are on,the lookout for the visitors. ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. L Ferris and children "Royal Palm," over the Q. & C. route. Fort Myers Press.OSTEOPATHY. '

who have been visiting Orlando They were accompanied as far as All Night Service

this week, will start this morning on Knoxville, Tenn., by Mrs. Nola Kelley,

their return trip for Tampa, driving of Flemingsburg.-Carlise, Ky., Mer. P. G. WAlTONAgt. .
through the country. They will be cury.
accompanied by Mr. Percy 0. Keefe, DR. J. C .HOWELL AJAX TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed

who arrived last night from North Eat what you want. Hours, 1042,3-5, and by appointment PHONES 450269IHMHIMIIMMMIil for five thousand miles.
Carolina. Mr. Ferris' is a wholesale Eat all you want. No extra charge for house treatment
confectioner in and Mr. Keefe Take a postscript and forget it. Telephone connections i
ampa .
For sale all .
by durggists. .. |
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. is his city salesman. l-7-d&w-lyr Office cor. Orange

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***- FOR SALE-Five acres grass land,I FOR REM 4"""I""III a tMilit "
just inside city limits. Equally ,

; poses.good for,For pasture price, call or on trucking or address pur-, EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas 5 H-
i and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson
'H Miss l-30-2w Bernice Smith, Orlando, Fla. avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf

THE ST. JAMES-308 West street.
FOR SALE Rooms new and modern. Choice California
Bungalows
New ArrivalsRatines Five-room bungalow; three spacious location, moderate price. 1-30-6t .
piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- attractive
ern improvements. 506 Lexington St.! FOR in RENT-Large 203 Ridgewoodavenue. room Only 1 left sell.
1-15-lm new bungalow. to Good Size Lot
2-4 tf
,Eponges, Crepes, Poplins, Terry
THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round FOR RENT-Furnished large room, Good Size House. All Doors and
Ladies
Lawns in the latest colors.
Cloth, timber; cut over once; three acres in modern home; bath, hot and cold
cleared and planted in and close in. 312 North
orange water; telephone;
;a Home Journal Patterns at grapefruit; lake front and beautiful Main street. l-29-6t Windows ScreenedAll
I I location for a home; one mile and a I-
from Ocoee. FOR RENT-Large sunny front room I-
quarter $800. A.I.
McCULLOCH'S.DEPARTMENT Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1.28tf facing Lake Eola, with privilege of:: Electric Fixtures Installed
light housekeeping. 217 E. RobinsonAve.
I II FOR 'SALE OR EXCHANGEForreal 2-3-St

I estate in Orlando or close by, FOR RENT-Large, well furnished : Price $2750Real
( STORE a large ice cream factory and bakery, room to persons wishing suburban _
with retail store, all modern equip- accommodations; also 2 acres good Value as rapid sales plainly show.
L ment-brine freezer, cement storage truck land, close in. Good opportu- :
128 S. Orange Ave. tanks and sales of six to eight hun- nity for right person. Address "A," ---4
dred gallons per week, all sold in town Sentinel. 9-8tf :
where made, which is one of the best
summer towns on Lake :Michigan; a MISCELLANEOUS -tI FRED. B. DALE Owner
suitable business for persons having a ,
I winter business in the South. Any, LOST-Open case gold watch, Elgin :
Hf person interested can see interior photographs -. movement, 17 jewels. Finder will 306 Anderson Street
I of this place, by addressin::'be rewarded by returning to 201 WestESouth
' ." .'\J. S. Colvin, Orlando, Fla. 2-4-ti: street. W. L Moore. 2-4-3t
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course of construction in Hallandale.

George A. Floding, who for six' The crops there are looking fine and MIIIIMMMHIMtMMItMMMitiMHMMIIIilMMHOLIVE '

years was a resident of Atlanta, died the residents are looking forward toa I
Corner
Sunday in Orlando, Fla. busy season. OIL
He is an uncle of W. E. Floding, of -
Atlanta, who sells lodge parapher- The handsome new Graystone thea- -
nalia and whose place of business is ter building in Kissimmee is nearly Lake and Anderson
Y at 157 Whitehall street. completed and will be quite an addi- Housewives, be careful where you buy your Olive Oil. .

He is survived by his nephew and tion to that town, being both useful The Pure Food and Drug Law cannot do it all. Olive tOil

by seven children, Edward, Robert, and ornamental. The building con- StreetsilllHMIttlMilltimiMMHMIMMMMtiitflittlltt is one of the easiest of all articles adulterated.We .

Homer and J. A. Floding, Mrs. W. R. tains, besides a modern theater with carry the Pure Olive Oil of VIRGIN quality, imported -

Ward, Mrs. Wallace"Barclay and Miss seating capacity of 800,,a number of from Italy through our New York broker. For

Pearl Floding.The offices, sample rooms, a garage, laun- SALADS, COOKING OR MEDICINAL USE.

body passed through Atlanta dry, electric light plant and a large I Per Pint . . . . . . . . . . 50c.
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early Tuesday morning on its way to ball r om.PEOPLE'S. .I Per Quart . . .. .. . . . .. $1.00

Huntington, W. Va., where Mr. Flod- AUTO you can TRUCK afford FOR to SALE pay to at own a price it..1 WANTED to Rest-Waiter and Tea or waitress.Room at once.Apply Per Gallon . . . . . . . .. . $3.50
ing will be buried.-Atlanta Journal
311 North
,V ANTSlUNNUIAKERS Orange avenue. 1-27-tf
K of Wednesday. WANTED good young girl to assist -
FOR SALE-Ford touring car; 1912 I with housework. Apply to 30'
model; good condition. Inquire of Broadway. 2-6-6
AVIATOR FLIES 37 MILES WITH i DeLaney & !
R. E. Lee, New...Lucerne hotel. 31-3t Abernethy
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PASSENGER WANT TO BUY an orange or grape-
i Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale For FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock I' fruit grove. Address B. B., Box i
Rent et&, for this column 25e for one day ; DRUGGISTSiiliMitlMIMMiMltttlMMMMMttilMIIIHIMHIl :
and tools, best farm in variety 566. 1.27.2w
60c for three days or $1.00 for one week, for county; -
St. Augustine, Feb. 4.Aviator
; 25 words or lees. Money must accompany fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- ; .
George A. Gray, accompanied by J. B. the advertisements fer this column, as no to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- WANTED roomer to share room
Geary, made a record cross country insertions will be made on credit lando,.J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf with young man. Near St. Charles
hotel Address "Roomer," 9 East
flight from Atlantic Beach to St. Augustine -
covering the 37 miles in 42 FOR SALE FOR SALE Washington street. 2-3-3t tOIl 11111 11111 1111 I 1111 I 1111 I 1111 I 1111 I 1111 I 1111 1 II It
1 One two-horse wagon; one two-seat
minutes, through a dense fog while FOR SALE-Three drakes and 17 spring wagon; three wagon horses. ,FOUND-Pair of heavy gold rim
flying at a height of 5,000 feet. thoroughbred Indian Runner ducks. Cheap. R. E. Kelsey, Oviedo, Fla. spectacles on' Lake Eola. Ownercan Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
Mr. and Mr. will Apply at 206 East Church street. 1-31.2w have same by calling at this office -
Today Gray Geary '
2-6-3t identifying same and paying for !
z; fly over the Ancient City of St. Au- I FOR SALE I this ad. 1-28-tf

>> gustine.U. FOR SALE-40 acres at Apopka, Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; per- I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
Fla., 3-4 mile from station; good fectly gentle, and free milker. Can YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
for citrus fruits and trucking. Will be seen at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & ring 448 for the Arcade Press-
S. RADIUM PLANT PROVIDED Close in and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
sacrifice at $15 per acre. (No agents.) Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. ing Club. The boy will call. Club ; near park
FOR IN BILL Address Box 733, city. 2-5.3t 1-31-tf rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
cialty. 1-10-lm heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base ;
FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade FOR SALE
Washington, Feb. 4.-A government citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando One good Jersey cow will give over TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
owned and operated radium factory and Oakland brick road, and 21.2 3 gallons per day fresh;; giving about Chiropodist for both men and wo furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
: to be supplied with ores from claimsto miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, 2 gallons a day now; will be fresh men. Manicure, pedicure, face and House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
be located under a compromiseplan Orlando, Fla. March 23rd. Also, two young heifers, scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. > I
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over
is provided in a bill agreed upon FARM LAND from good stock, one 2 years old, one Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
8 months. Will take $125 for the
by the house mines and mining com- bunch. J. D. Jackson, West Amelia Open to all.
AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
mittee. 120 acres near Orlando must be and Parramore. 1-31-lw
sold. Make me an offer. Box 11, I subsoiling, tree planting, stump
a E. N. COY
The measure will embody a modi- Orlando, Fla. 2-6-6t FOR SALE blowing, orchard renovating; land 4
fied form of Secretary Lane's pro- cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand
posal for radium development and will FOR SALE Farm of twenty acres, ten acres supplies. Estimates cheerfully 307 West St., Norlb.Orlando
cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2 furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St.,
be reported to the house. miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake Orlando, Fla. 1.6-lm
Six hundred acres timber land, and Davis. Good wire fence on three '11111111111111111111111111111'1111111111111111111111
a Judge P. W. White, a grand old cit- ten acre orange grove, with two milesof sides. Small new house and well. WANTED want a partner to en-
lake shore, near Winter Garden, About 15,000 feet of saw timber. gage with me in the moving picture
y izen of Quincy, who says he is 93 one of the greatest trucking and Land all dry and suitable for truck- business on the road, making week
years young, is on a visit of several!I i citrus centers of Florida. The orange ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to stands. Must invest $200. Only hon- R READ THE SENTINEL F FOR THE NEWS
weeks to points in south Florida. He crop will pay interest on the whole work it and will sell at a bargain. I est and reliable persons need apply.
is a very remarkable man for his I investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. Let me hear from you. R. G. White,
E age. owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5, l-12-lm-d&w Winter Park, Fla. l-31-3t


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.. j(WM. HARPER ; Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I ,
Feb. 4.-Secretary of : DRS.(JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS ! Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf :
State Bryan has a new paper weight Ion
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his desk in the state department.It W.lVI. SLEMONS
probably is the most unique : Oldest Established Practice In >' Painter and interior decorator. New' >
Orlando \ ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636.
paper weight in Washington. It is : 19 W.Church Street, Up-Stairs ; Expert workmen employed.
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an enormous turnip was Consu tationand Ex- ( i
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tona, Fla. I Take your repairing to Warman on New Goods
Arriving DailyWe
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to offer,he was trying to do the next
best thing and sent the turnip.
Just ReceivedNew
\ :Mr. Bryan is receiving gifts ,of sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
spring vegetables from all over .the
country, chiefly white radishes. j made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
line of Foulards Crepes
Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

Dr. BucKmaster and other Spring materials. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
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Osteopathic Physician MISSES MfflLTW & BUM .

132 Orange Avenue W. M. SLEMONS .
Next door to People's Bank,i
up-stairs. Acute and chronic Agents for Barclay Corsets
diseases treated.Telephone $. ORANGE AVENUE
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)' big profits is,a thing of the past With a Bank Guarantee backit

We are showing over wants to buy several tractsof

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Jr all wool samples at value should be offered. a

( $18.00 Suit And also offer several of the

choicest lots and private residences -

made to your individual meas- 4 in Orlando at unusual

urement and guarantee a fit or : low prices,also a palatial gentle-

nolsale! ] Come in and ask me. man's country home with an .

1 about orange grove and 285 acres of

I wil!; will show you .. the very best citrus and truck

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...-.r: ation of Orlando held their

ifHE"STATEBANK picnic at Russell's Point
with about fifty-five native
ginians attending. At twelve
a sumptuous feast was served I 1

ladies of the party, after
S ''I time; was spent in social
speechmaking and singing. A Ta
nent organization was formed 1
ficers elected for the
Mr. E. E. Tetrick was made

dent; Edmund Hugill, seen on this subject,
LONG ESTABLISHED and John Lowe, secretary.
SAFECONSEpYATIVEA000MMOQAING After the election of officers compliments.
-- es were in order. Mr. E. E.

the president, in a neat
Don't Stop Saving! introduced the speakers. law, but is so arranged

Lowe was the first on the
'{ Some young people resolve to save and spoke at length on West read whether or not you
and her resources. He was
k and for a time they deposit their money by Elliott Morris, a veteran of

regularly in the Bank---but after a while years Suffrage., his He subject handled being the and v/e will mail it.

they lose interest and spend money for a diplomatic manner, and to
isfaction of all the ladies.

luxuries not actually needed. mund Hugill was next on the

and gave an interesting talk r t 35 a
beauties of Orlando and how
Start an account now with us and determine them. Other short talks .

make credit by Mr. Walter Rex and Mrs.
,,, to a deposit to your Morgan. n1e sure

t each week. The speeches finished, a a
song was sung by G. C. > I /

4 per cent interest paid on Savings titled entire, "The assembly West joining Virginia in t to serve

Account. rus, and this was followed
Be With Us Till We Meet
Among those present were: you."

Hague, Wheeling, W. Va.;
THE STATE BANKOFORLANDOHHMtf King,. Cleveland, 0.; Mr. :
J. C. Parrish, Farmington, I -

Elliott Morris, Fairmont; 01
x Shinniston; Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. ,! =

# 1s er, Monongoli; Miss S. M.

UlltilBRIDGE :Mrs. W. W. Gibbs, Westfield, i
Mrs. A. B. Hatcher, Berkeley;

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Clarksburg; D. H. Poling, ; .
," the attractive all the delightful musical events Mrs. S. Annie Morgan, ; . . . . . " " "
private club house on Lake Conway, accorded Orlando this season none Mrs. Emma Burchinel, ;
: owned by the four gentlemen whose was more greatly appreciated than Mrs. E. S. McWhorter, ;
combined names form its title- the organ recital given by Clarence Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Rogers .
t Messrs. Beeman, Giles, Woodruff and Eddy last night at the First Baptist Claire; Mrs. Virginia
Cheney-was the scene of a large and church. Clarksburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. Peppermint Sticks lb.
x; merry assemblage yesterday afternoon The auditorium was crowded to the Charleston; Mr. and :Mrs. H. Pegnolia Crisp lb.
and evening, many autos being doors with a musically intelligent and ris, Farmington; J. C. Arter Dixie Cream Ib.
f needed to convey the gay crowd who appreciative audience, which was in abeth Arter, Charleston; Nougat c. lb.

had gladly availed themselves of the perfect sympathy throughout the Hugill, Edmond Hugill Jr., Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. lb.
following invitation, received some varied program with both musicianand Hugill, Wm. S. Hugill, John
Almonds .
days previous: music. gill, Clarksburg; G. C.
12.5.tf'N Chocolate Marshmallows
"The pleasure of your company is Mr. Eddy is a peer among organ- Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chocolate Creams '
requested at Bee-gi-woo-che from 3 ists. Perhaps not since the time of Union; J. H. Gatts, Chocolate Filberts
to 11 p. m. on February 5th," the card the great Bach himself has there appeared and :Mrs. E. T. Tetrick, W ,
t bearing also the names of the four among the masters of this in- Franklin Bradway, Salem, N. ; Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.
hosts. strument one with greater knowledgeof Seeley, Newark, N. J.; Mr. Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any
Boating on beautiful Lake Conway its limitless varieties and possibil- W. W. Lightbody, Albany, N. Should be pleased to show any one
3 and* other diversions filled the afternoon ities of tonal beauty. Mr. Eddy is and Mrs. W. D. Atha, ;**%$! M vft I .rM. tt 1;_ .j.; tJ
hours, giving fine appetites for first of all master of his instrument. D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
the feast which was ready at 6 o'clock. It seems not a mechanical thing of Beaver, Pa.; Mrs. Ida C. SERVED

Among the good things served wereI tubes and keys and pipes under his I Charlaine Galey, Beaver, Pa.; AND CREAM, 5 cents.
r barbecued pigs with all needful addi. magic touch; he endows it with a I Mrs. J. Walter Rex, Chas. cream) lOc.

tions, also excellent coffee. soul. His tones are majestic and ,Misses Ruth and Irene Rex, Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc.
The afternoon crowd was further sonorous, tenderly pleading, gracefully Russell, Orlando, Fla.
I augmented in the evening, as others delicate, as the particular number Hot Lemonade . . . . . . . . lOc.
business earlier requires. He is artist AUCTION PARTY AT THE
who could not leave an who com- Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c. t
joined the pleasure seekers and a bines facile technic, perfect musicianship LIND CLUB
bridge party of great size was early I with unlimited breadth of ap "
in progress, the tables being placed in preciation. His program was well The rival claims of the CO.9
I the large screened porch. balanced' with delicate ,contrasts in woo-che" entertainment :
The camp fire, oft replenished, was style and key. No one number can lessened the usual attendance : AVENUE
so large that its glow could be dis- be designated as superior to the oth- regular Rosalind gathering, I f
tinctly seen from town-presenting to ers, for each was perfectly rendered interesting contest was held ,
those who gathered round, a weird according to its own individual style tion bridge and "five hundred, iiI (
and beautiful scene in the changeful I and demands. But among the most Romaine Clark proving the ( n. -enlI
light and shadow thrown on trees and 'greatly enjoyed was the Toccata and, cessful and receiving as prize
Fugue in D minor, by Bach, and Mr.! acceptable flashlight.
lake.A few of those present spent the Eddy's own arrangement of Cad- Under the able management
night at the camp, the others return- man's "From thqj Land of the Sky- Thayer and her committee the
ing at a late hour, all with happy Blue Water." noon was made very enjoyable '
recollections of a very delightful out- The Overture from "William Tell," present, sandwiches and Spoons '
ing. as arranged by Dudley Buck, made a forming the refreshments.
4 fitting and magnificent finale. ,
Z PRETTY, BIRTHDAY PARTY AT MRS. KOLLOCH HOSTESS 0
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WYOMING HOTEL CATHOLIC BAZAR OPENS WITH TWENTIETH CENTURY and complete line,

MANY IN ATTENDANCE
The Wyoming parlors and dining The Twentieth Century Spoons i
The Catholic bazar opened
yester-
room were gaily decorated last evening yesterday afternoon with Mrs.
day afternoon and will be continued
Kolloch, with Mesdames
; in honor of a birthday party giv-
en for four of its distinguished through Saturday evening, being open Robertson, Bogue, Hudson,
guests. every afternoon and evening. The Mathews, Dovel, Bunch and
Those celebrating were Mrs. Charles booths are decorated in bamboo and nice Ives in attendance, with 0
crepe paper, and the large number of Barclay as guest.Following .
Tremain, of Poughkeepsie; Mr. Chas.
fancy articles, the handiwork of the '
: F. Eddy, of Providence; Mr. F. C. I the reading
ladies of the congregation, found
Herrington, of Burlington, Vt, andY second act of Longfellow's CO Jewelers'
ready purchasers. A bountiful
Mr. Sherman Arter, of Cleveland.The sup- Student, Mrs/T. W. Mathews
dinner was served at a large per consisting of celery, pickles, roast most excellent paper on Mexico, ,
table decorated with roses and orange beef, ham, potatoes, coffee, cheese was of especial interest to ,
and hot rolls was served last night.
much discussion having been
blossoms. At the plate of each one .
An oyster supper will be served to- this subject under "current Reliable Repairing
celebrating were many presents, some n
night. The prices are reasonable for
Mrs. Kolloch served her
of which caused much merriment. I 1
After dinner delightful entertainment everything, and real values are being afternoon tea, cake and : II II {ClcJ
given. The committee in charge''ofthe
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was given in the parlors, the ,
several booths are as follows: MRS. HART AND MISS
participants being guests of the hotel, Apron Table-Mesdames , . , .,. , , , ,. ,
Mr.: Eddy presiding. Yearby, GIVE RECEPTION
Beardall, Estes, Reese. : I
FOR SALE
ROSALIND NOTICE Fancy Articles-Misses. Highlandand Mr. and Miss Hart have :
Sorg. vitations to a reception at the
Y Prize Table-The Sisters of St. Joseph's lind club on Friday evening, :
The monthly business meeting of Academy. thirteenth. -The honorees : Two-Story Modern
? the Rosalind club will be held on Ice
Cream, Cake and Candy Mrs. W. H. Cloudman, Mrs. M. M. :
Monday afternoon, February 9th, at W. L Wescott, :Misses Marie and man, and Mrs. G. V. Dickinson. : one block from
three-thirty. Elise Wescott, :Marie Barksdale. ,

: 2-6-3t ELOISE ROBINSON, Secretary. :I Supper-Mesdames Herron, Adams, ATTENTION, W. C. T. Circle.
Topliff, Simon, Campin, Burke, Hartt, ,
The W. C. T. U. will hold the
George, Dean, Misses Lawton and
ly business meeting in the
e MRSTMcMAKIN TO ENTERTAIN Dean.
I room of the Presbyterian
Novelties Mrs. Young. Wright! Ownev
Friends of :Mrs. Ethel McMakin day afternoon at 3 o'clock. ,
have received an invitation to''be her '
guests at the Keystone tomorrow Warman Repairsand Retires Baby Warman Sells, and Fixes 113 AMERICA STREET
*'} afternoon from 3 .to 5 o'clock. Carriages on Court street 12- -tf oa Court street. " " \' "iiJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' \
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VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 7, 1914. NUMBER 310.
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{ PRESIDENT R[ [ OPPOSES[ LITERACY Y i TEST[ i !WilD AUTO CRASHESI INTO TfRRAlAS SEES[ NO HOPFJPEACE1MEXICO HUfRI A SENDS ENVOY Y TO i UNITED


VEHICLES ON ORANGE fAV[ fOR O


\. IN IMMIGRATION N BILL Of f THE[ H HOUSE U [ _ iSTATES i A i[ CHARGED WITH MESSAGE[ [

,. BECOMES UNMANAGEABLE AND MILLIONAIRE EXILE FROM HIS

WRECKS BUGGY ON ONE j r COUNTRY REDUCED TO BEG- I -

. GijHHAlS Will HAVE P WfAPPOINT TO SIDE STREET AND TOURING STEPPED 10 DEATH fROM EARLY I
THINKS IT WILL CAUSE IRRITATION I GARY BY REBELS WHO GUNBOAT LEAVES FOR NEW

AMONG FOREIGN CAR ON OTHER HOLD HIS PROPERTY ORLEANS WITH PARTY
WN MEN MORNING TRAIN

f NATIONS Intense excitement reigned for a El Paso, Tex., Feb. 6.-His im- ON BOARD

Executive Order Places the Appoint. 'few moments on Orange avenue last mense income tied up by three yearsof Aged Iowa Man Found Dead Near
about six o'clock when the seven revolution Alberto Terrazas, of the
night ,
He Met
ment of All Under Him Except I Pine Castle Where
i 10P1IEBIIHFRIENDS O Judicial Officers passenger touring car belonging I family whose name in Mexico is a Fateful End TWO FRENCHMEN[ [ ARfWITH{ HIM
!to J. B. Magruder became unmanageable -I synonym for great wealth, has been

Special to the Sentinel.Washington and wrecked a buggy on one compelled to seek a means of liveli- The body of Arthur Ansen, 63, of -
Feb .-By an execu- side of the street and breaking across hood.
OF ADMINISTRATIONLINED Villisca, Iowa, was found near Pine SPECULATION RIFE CONCERNING .
tive order the president gives Col..'staved in an automobile on the oppo- This information, astounding in Castle early yesterday morning by
UP TO FIGHT BILL Goethals of the side. A seated in simi OBJECT OF VISIT WHICH
George governor site negro woman Mexico and along the border as railroad section hands. The body was
RECENTLY PASSED BY Panama canal zone, the power to, the buggy is said to have been injured lar news of a Rockefeller or a Vander- brought to Orlando, and prepared for FOLLOWS LIFTING OF

THE HOUSE make all appointments except thoseof but strange as it may .seem bilt would be in the United States, became burial by Hammond & Gore, and will EMBARGO ON ARMS

a judicial character. ,she was not unseated though the known here today with his departure be taken to his home for burial by

Special to the SentinelWashington It is estimated that by this order buggy--. was -practically- ruined. for Pasadena, Cal. Terrazas companions who were bound to Fort Special to_the Sentinel _ _
Feb. 6.-President Goethals will have control of the employment -,I The Magruder car was standing in expects to buy or lease a small farm I Myers with him when the accident resulting I Vera Cruz, Feb. Speculation is
Wilson and his friends have lined of about three thousandmen. front of the postoffice, having been ,where he can make a modest living. in his death occurred. rife tonight concerning the object of

themselves up in opposition to the The question of salaries of em- left by the driver. Upon returningto He is one of those who sees no prospect It was evident that Ansen had failed -I the mission which is being borne into
literacy test in the immigration bill ployes is regarded as settled by the the car the driver cranked it, and I of peace in his native land, and from the early morning train which the United States from Huerta by a
which has passed the house. organic law. The law is that the salaries it is evident that the steering appara until tranquility is restored the in- Orlando southward at 3:05a. party which left tonight on the gun.

This bill is in the senate immigration -I of such shall not exceed by more 'tus had been tampered with, for it come of the vast Terrazas family fortune passes. m. This surmise was later verifiedby boat Saragoza.The .

committee and its members are I than twenty-five per cent. the compensation sprang forward instantly and the estimated at $35,000,000 to, F. J. Nichols, of Villisca, who had boat left here this evening
asking a conference with the presi- I of similar employes in the driver jumped onto the, bumper of the,!I,$40,000,000 in gold, will be tied up.I made the trip with him, and a Mr. bearing Ignacio Melasejo, an engineer
dent to learn his views. It has come United States. ;car to save himself. Buck Vivian;:Eva in the event of peace it may,be Reynolds of Fort Myers. These two and two Frenchmen. They will
to the members of the committee and :,who was seated in the car but who 'lost, for the rebels have declared it were in the smoking when Ansen land at New Orleans. Where they
car
,i the president that the bill is unpop- .I' ,will go from there is not known. In
with the confiscated."I
mechanism
was unacquainted
BlANK BALLOTS fOR S SCHOOL l left the car, and it was supposed that
ular throughout the country. The fact the entire mission is a mystery,
of the machine and knew not do not mind going to work; it I he had gone to another part of the
president' says that"the literacy test what to do in the emergency, seized may be a good thing," he said to 'train. They did not become and nothing could be learned beyondthe
TRUST[[ [ELECTION l[ uneasy
will not accomplish the reforms that fact that they had gone and were
,the steering wheel and turned the,friends, and then smiled at his own about him until after they had passed'
are claimed for it, in his opinion, and ':car. Had it not been for this the ma remarks for his prodigality with Kissimmee. They made a search for bound for New Orleans.

he fears that to enact it into law Trustees Will Not Announce for Re-.,chine probably would have gone money has been a story, chapters of him and returned to Kissimmee, ,
would cause irritation the foreign. election but Will Serve through the glass front of Siemens' which have been written on two con. thinking it possible that he had got- Arms Market Stimulated by Raising

diplomatic situation. if Elected (store. Turning the car it headed tinents. ten off there. It was there that they of Embargo.New .
There are a number of arbitration York, Feb. Manufacturersof
!down the avenue and wrecked a bug- The Terrazas fortune was foundedby learned that a man had fallen from
treaties pending in the senate which When the electors of the Orlando j Jgy which stood in front of DeLaney Don Luis Terrazas, now an octo- the train and they came on to Orlando arms and ammunition report,
the president and Secretary Bryan school district go to the polls to vote & Abernethy's drug store. The buggy genarian refugee in this city, in land and identified Ansen's body. They through their representatives in New
desire to have passed. The presidentand for three school trus- to from President Juarez and York city, that the lifting of the embargo -
next Tuesday ,belonged a negro preacher ,the grants continued their trip to Fort Myers but
his friends believe that the agita- tees and the amount of millage to be name of Hill, who stood on the slc 5 Porfirio Diaz. These soldinga have will return with the body to Villisca. ,' on exportations to Mexico has
tion of restricted immigration will in- assessed in the district for the next+;walk talking to his wife who was I been augmented constantly until now stimulated the market No rush is
terfere and the administration sen. two years they will be forced to fill in',seated in the buggy. It is miraculous !!as train schedules are in Mexico, it (I reported, however. All companies report -
ators have moved to sidetrack the im would take train three BASEBALL PLAYERS QUALIFY FOR extra inquiries and some orders
a blank ballot if they vote. I[that neither was hurt. The buggy a passenger
migration question for the present The present trustees, Messrs. LeRoy -' was turned almost completely around II days to travel the boundaries of this I from border agencies but it was explained -
session. B. Giles, George E. Nolan and I and the wheels smashed to splinters,1 I'domain. It stretches from Juarez 375 NERD MEDALS that the merchants of Texas,
A. B. Johnson, are willing to' serve' but in spite of the sudden onslaught I I miles south to Jiminez and west to 'New Mexico, Arizona and. Californiawho

TRAVIS AND NAEIHING TO PlAY for another term if they are chosen of the mad car and the damage to the I'I Casas Grandes. On it are towns, Hitt Takes Revolver Away From a have been trading With Mexico
but will not for vehicle the hamlets mines factories and fertile discounted the action of the president.
they announce reelection woman was not unseated. Madman Who Starts in
to
IN GOLF ANAlS and so far as known nobody Both negroes were terribly fright- farms. All this was the property of Kill His Wife [They laid in a large' stock of cartridges
else will announce. ened, and the man contended that his the senior Terrazas and his three and guns a month or more

Unless some one is announced for ,wife was seriously hurt, though wit I sons-Juan, now in the City of Special to the Sentinel" ,'ago. '
Fine Scores Made on Lake Worth the position the ballot will be left nesses say that she was not injured. ico; Luis, Jr., held at Chihuahua Mex-I New Orleans, Feb. 6.-Joe Birmingham -I There will be no trouble for the
Course in Great Four blank and the voters will vote for From the drug store the machine I, hostage by the rebels, and Alberto- : Pitcher Steen and Trainer constitutionalists to purchase any
Days Tournament whom they please. The probabilityis wts turned frantically by Mr. Vivian,: until the rebels declared the whole Hitt of the Cleveland "Naps" are life:amount of cartridges in this country,
that the trustees now serving will and dashed directly across the street' estate confiscated.Breeches 'savers. They saved the life of Mrs.lit is said. Rapid fire guns, automaticsand
Special to the Sentinel. be elected to compose the board for'|into a large Franklin car owned by Dr.I Leonard Weiffer, with whom they revolvers also will be available,
Palm Beach, Feb. 6.-Good scoring another period of two years. It will T.: R. Williams. The impact stoppedthe board, tonight. The woman is sep-{but when it comes to field artillery
CREW OF WRECKED SCHOONER '
marked the semi-final match playedon there will
probably be argued in their behalf runaway car and smashed one of iarated from her husband, and while. be some delay. Europe sup-
the Lake Worth golf course today. that it would be better to have the the wheels of the Williams car she and the ball players were at their;plies the artillery except to the United
Walter J. Travis, rf Garden City, same board carry out the plans for against the curb stone. The chauf-I RESCUED AT NORFOLK f supper tonight, Weiffer, who weighstwo 'States army and it takes from three

and John Naething of Englewood, the construction of the new school feur of the Williams car had just left hundred pounds. rushed into the ,to six months to fill an order from the 4
} the survivors and they meet tomorrow I !
were building which were begun under their it to get his supper at the Model Buoy Used to Take Men room with a revolver in his hand. [other side.
in an eighteen-hole final. I administration. One of the trustees cafe; and to this circumstance he attributes From New Haven Vessel !I He accused Mrs. Weiffer of being in I I
Travis scored 31 for the first
As remarked that he preferred not to the fact that he escaped, for in Distress i love with Hitt, and the woman SCHMIDT SMilED WHEN JURY
nine and led his W. P. '
opponent make an announcement for if he were otherwise he might have been seriously !'prompty! fainted. Hitt rushed at

Wood he,sustained by five up this to lead this he point eventuallywon andas elected without doing so he would feel maimed or killed.It . Norfolk, Va., Feb. 6.-The three- Weiffer, disarmed him and held him B BROUGHT ij T IN VERDICT T
that the people really wanted him to I seems more than remarkable that masted schooner Helen H. Benedict,I while Steen and Birmingham phonedthe
out 54. I serve. The trustees are all willing to nobody was hurt, for at that hour Captain Torrey, from Perth Amboy,' police. -
Naething was opposed by Walter if elected. At the electionthe traffic most this sectionof Priest Slayer Asks Lawyers to Not
serve same was busy on N. J., to Fernandina, Fla., in ballast,
Fairbanks, of Denver, and won by millage will be fixed. Three millsis Orange avenue. Fortunately peo- went ashore in thick weather last MRS. HARTJE MARRIED TO H HOWARD Appeal His Case as He
The match ended when'Naething
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being assessed in this special tax ple noticed the antics of the car, and night one and a half miles south of Wants to Dier
thirty niblick shot intoa
chipped yard
a school district at present and this stopped, giving it a clear sweep. the Nag's Head life saving station,
WEDNESDAY[ [ Y NIGHT
hole at the fourteenth for
green will hardly be reduced. Through all of the wild charges of which is about sixty miles south of New York, Feb. .-Hans Schmidt,
two.Both the machine the chauffeur of the Ma]Cape Henry. convicted! yesterday of the murder of
Travis and Naething had me- PAID HUNDRED DOLLARS TO gruder car maintained his seat on the Her crew were today being taken Denies Husband Is a Boy, Saying He ''Anna Aumueller, was seemingly con-
dial cards of approximately 70. KEEP GRAVE GREEN ]bumper of the car, and he escaped! off in the breeches buoy, the sea being Is Thirty-eight Years of Age tent today and declined to permit his

:without any serious hurt, though he too rough for the launching of lifeboats and an Old Friend counsel to appeal Schmidt will be
CLEARING THE STREETS OF City Attorney 1... C. Massey yester- was frightfully shaken up and scared. by the life savers who went sentenced next Wednesday to die in
LEAVES AND TRASH day informed the city commission thata Two hours after the affair Jim DeLaney I''I early to the assistance of Captain Special to the Sentinel. the electric chair. The verdict, rendered -
hundred dollars had been paid into of the DeLaney & Abernethydrug I!'Torrey and his imperilled crew. Threeof Pasadena, Cal., Feb. 6.-Mrs. :MaryJ. a little more than two hours
'Street Commissioner Johnson is directing Hartje, the divorced wife of the after the jury had retired, seemeda
the savings department of the State [ store was still pale. The runa- the crew had been landed at 11 I
1' the work of the street force bank for the perpetual care of the way car was headed at one time for o'clock. millionaire paper manufacturer, and' great relief to the former priest,

under Supt. Bennett at present to grave of the late Rev. F. B. Brown.It the inside of his store, which has but With the wind blowing thirty milesan Stanley Howardof New York, were: who had sat through the twelve trial
clearing the streets of unsightly council been married here Wednesday night. days as if in a daze. When the words
was provided,by some time recently refitted with new showcases hour from the east and a driving ,
leaves and trash. The laves are being This announcement was made here were sp ken'a light came into
I ago that any one so desiring, could I I rain, the work of rescuing those
used by some of the citizens for pay stated amounts into the city!I "If it had started through the storeit aboard the Benedict was mad quite today by Mrs. Howard when seen by I'.Schmidt's, eyes and he smiled. lie
mulching their lawns and gardens and treasury for the perpetual care of would have gone clear through"I I difficult. Captain Torrey has asked reporters. :Mrs. Howard said her!,seemed to have prepared for the verdict -
are paying the cost of the teams for said Mr. husband's age was thirty-eight and
graves or lots at the city cemetery. : DeLaney. The the United States revenue cutter ser-
the privilege of using this kind of fer- event would have been complete and,:,vice I I for assistance, and the cutter not twenty as reported, and that they:I The murder of Anna Aumueller was
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tilizer. The split log drag will: be put VALUABLE PROPERTIES CHANGE costly. The Magruder car was un.'Onondaga is being dispatched from had known each other for many years. ;one of the most horrifying in New
to work on Central avenue this morn- HANDS 11 damaged. this Howard is ,engaged in the real estate York's crime history. Schmidt was a
I i port. I
ing. Since the drag has been in use I II business here, and they intend to!:priest attached to St. Joseph's church.

and its good work has been observed W. T. Chapman, of Fair Villa has i'RESCINDED I ACTION WHICH WILL TRY TO KEEP CROOKS OUT!make this their permanent home.<:'He took the girl to a'flat he had fitted

by the people there is more demandfor exchanged his home place of thirteen MADE JANSEN TREASURER I OF TAMPA [They came here six weeks ago from I,up. He confessed that on the morn.

it on streets that reed the work ;acres with Captain Wilson for his I I Tampa, Feb. .-For the purpose of New York. ing of September 2 last he went to

than the drag can supply. !city property,' known as the Cincinnati As foretold in the Sentinel, the city I:protecting the public from crooks, I the house and while she slept cut her
House, on Delaney street, which commission yesterday made record of'1'who I it is thought, will attempt to REGISTRATION OFFICE GATHERS -I throat, then dismembered her body,

GEORGE McCULLOCH MUCH IM fs a fine home with large plat of the rescinding of the vote by which i.operate here during the Gasparilla IN A FEW cutting it into nine parts. These he
PROVEDMr. ground. Mr. Chapman will move Carl Jansen was made treasurer. Mr. ,I celebration! when the city is full of disposed of in the Hudson river.
soon to his city home. The exchangewas Jansen's election as clerk remains as'I(I people. three Pinkerton detectives Registration Officer F. H.Williams
t George McCulloch, who was injured made through the) agency of it was, but the decision of, Mayor]I[i have been ordered here by the city. had registerd 354 up to the close of:WIFE SAW HUSBAND CON.

in the automobile wreck near I C. D. Chadwick, lO West Church Sperry that the city treasurer should I Sheriff Spencer asked the county com- I the office fast night. A few more are DEMNED WITHOUT, EMOTION
Clermont Monday night in which Mr. street. not check his own accounts as city missioners also to secure the servicesof coming along each day now, and the K
I. clerk i but it was decided that I prospect is that the office will be Special to the Sentinel .
L G. Starbuck was killed, is ,recover- was accepted by the other com one man, ,I I
ing rapidly, and will probably leave SAVANNAH TURPENTINE missioners and the treasurer, Mr. ,S. the commissioners could not legally pretty well filled during, the last two I I I' Ashburn, Ga., Feb. 6.-With his
the Christ sanitarium today, where I Waters Howe, will remain in that po- make an appropriation for that pur II weeks. So far but few poll taxes,wife looking on unmoved, Miles Cribb

t_ he has been since the accident lie Savannah, Ga., Feb. Turpentine,! sition. Mr. Jansen's bond as clerk pose. have been paid. was today sentenced to hang March
was badly shaken up and bruised but nothing doing, 4812c.; receipts 38. was raised to 5000. The advantage in having the Pink- 3 for the murder cf Mrs. Mary E.
suffered no broken bones, though his Rosin firm; no sales; receipts 1,566. erton men here is that they follow THE WEATHER Hancock near Rebeccas last November -

right elbow was badly damaged, the Quote: Band D, 4.00; E, F and G, And now it's Valentines. Curtis & the crooks from place to place and t Florida: Fair Saturday; colder in: Mrs. Hancock was Cribbs' moth-
belief being that he fell when 4.05 H 4.10 I know a large number of north and central portions; much cold. 'er-in-hw and the crime was commit-
upon it ; ; 4.20; K, 4.40; M, 5.20; O'Neal have them in large varieties, personally '
he was thrown from the car. tf; 6.20; W G, 6.35; W W, 6.75.iiiiiiiiiii. and prices to suit everybody. them. ter Sunday.jj.jj.54jj. Ited during a protracted spree.
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