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Title: The morning sentinel
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Creation Date: April 2, 1914
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y0L'/if'vME. 'TWO'. I!,, .1 Xi&> -,''f,...' .-' ill_ t :;.' _4','C. : )*f...ORLANDO, .FLORIDA. THURSDAY. }>.'._ ,. APRIL__ :2, 1914. NUMBER 44.Xs .
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tVNJU-8SiSON SUPERVISOR[ ijf REGISTRATION[ HAS:

s.AR M' T'Jij1IIW} ) RIOiINGWOULDFOLLOWGEN.VILLA'SAPPROACH

'I w } .Jtr'; "ORlANDR, [\/[ HAD I : MANY' RrlXnlS[ [ [ ,



:, .HA' :BffN JAKN[ BYNERALVLftA ,'Though f''..' ',Trains, i Are-Taking.Many' Visitors -I i l Some':. '0(' the Probleigs-' Presented, by I I II A ON iHf MEX1CANCAP1TAL .

._.., Home the Town Is Still i the Recently'Enacted.. Bryan !jji
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-.. K Well Filled \i Primary Law -

'i'f OFFICIAL INFORMATION. IS st tor,. GOETNALS E TAKE:H NOLD AS Yesterday was the first day of Supervisor' Frank H. Williams is I I U USED[D Oil TO Kill INSECTS[ AND I O'SHAUGHNESSY- PREDICTS


i ;LACKING.BUT LEADERIS GOVERFrIOR ij R OF f'P PANAMA April, and still Orlando remains 'well having his own fun and pleasure in t CAUSED[ ,BG! fiRe RIOTING, AND ANARCHY

t, ,NOT UNEASYSEEMING filled with visitors who came for the working out the several, problemsthat AS CERTAIN
i winter. Hundreds have left duringthe confront him in working under !

His Inauguration Was Remarkable past two or three weeks, and the Bryan primary law. As Result of Negro's ThoughtlessAct

ANOTNER COUP for There Were'No Speeches or from the piles of baggage to be seen During; the past fifteen days the
; gBF.LCF[ [ [ lANS Ceremonies of Any Kind at the station when the north bound supervisor has been engaged in copying L. His W. Tilden Barn Loses HUffiTA PLOT T INCLINED[ 1 TO T TREAT[

--- ''\., trains arrive it might be judged thata the lists sent in by his deputies,
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t.t UNCERTAINTY AT TOR- general exodus was in progress, but and a sweet time he has been having.
April Panama NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN LIND
COMMANDER =Panama, I.-The the ,hotels and rooming houses are Some of the deputies registered the Conceiving the idea that it wouldbe
i REON RUSE OF REBEL canal" zone began business, today under doing a good business, and some of voters in alphabetical order as to the a good plan to pour gasoline about AND ROJAS SAID TO BE OFF

.TO CAPTURE' a 'permanent form !of govern- them are still patronized to capacity given names of the electors, and this the chicken roost to kill the insectsin AND MATTERS STANDs
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FEDERAL Alp ; -
fir \ it's .me longest season ana the I occasioned no small amount ol merriment the big barn on Mr. L W. AS THEY WERE :

M The' isthmian canal commission, best we have ever seen in Orlando," for the supervisor ,in straight place at Oakland, a negro employ

$ Juarez,' April 1.-(Special)-Dispatches = which has governed the zone during said Manager ,Dean of the Orland I erring out the tangles. Nearly all the put the plan into effect Monday, and
e ; received at Car nza's headquarters the construction of the waterway, cafe last night, and he was corroborated deputies entered the voters as having as a result Mr. Tilden lost his barn Mexico City, April 1.-(Special)-

at 7:30 this evening were tot was dissolve' and a civil administration -i in the statement by Manager paid their poll taxes, when it is cer- with. all its contents. valued. at $3,000. O'Shaughnessy telgraphed the state
the effect that the last' remnants of 'semi-military in character, was' Pierce of the hotel branch of the tain that in 'ninety-nine cases out of -The negro secured the gasoline-- can department today a warning that

the federal army had- been driven out established. business. "We haven't had a vacant I u hundred' ,the taxes have not been and poured the'' contents about the should Villa approach Mexico City

of Torrebn and were being! pursued. :, Colonel George\ Goethals. by ,appointment room after the arrival of the 6:40 paid., And yesterday the supervisor place where the chickens had been rioting ed. and anarchy couldn't be avert

The dispatch was not official,? but of the j president of the train ''in the evening for months. We w s.puzzling over two sections of the roosting. The barn was a large

the constit tiona ',leader had every United States, became ,Its' first gov- are,full up tonight, and that has been law which seem to be in conflict. Sec- structure and afforded shelter for the The American charge advised ;

confidence 'in, its reliability and said ernor.- His inauguration was remark the condition since 'we opened. So tion 17 provides it as a duty of the chickens as well as the live stock on strongly against the new ambassador
> i bringing his wife and children to
he expected momentarily dispatches able. There were ,no ceremonies, no far, as we are concerned there is no supervisor to furnish ,the secretaryof I the. place. After he had emptied the
Mexico City. He predicted if Villa
from Villa. speeches, no display.' evidence of a let-up, though the people state with statement of the number can of the liquid the negro applied a
the.capitol that it would be
_Although official' confirmation is In his office on the top of Cule- seem to be going now rather rap : of registered electors of each match, not realizing the highly'explosive captures
different than if the
New York
r lacking as:to;the fall' of Tprreon, theo bra Hill, overlooking the now famous idly." party upon the closing of the books elements of the oil. 'There was no

/ stitutionaIist officials 'at Juarezare cut of that' name,' .Col., Goethals, The Orland will be kept open during I April 15. This is for the informationof an instant flash, the flames leapingto police were withdrawn and the.metropolis -

Y not worrying. The y say"; they chairman and'chief engineer of the the summer, contrary to custom, ''II the secretary ,ahd to guide him in the hay loft above, and in a short turned over to a mob. \ '

are, certain the city .is '"now Under isthmian:canal coramision. ,pimply began the, managers believing that the run I. furnishing the supervisor with the time the building was wrapped in It is reported from Vera Cruz that :

.1 ''Villas control" and that he is. withholding his day's work under a new title of business will make it profitable. I I necessary number of wrappers forthe flames. It was impossible to save it, negotiations about between. The JJrd and Rojasare
oven attitude of
official news of its' fall i itf. in :"Governor and Chief of the Depart, As soon as the plans are completed campaign pamphlets which is to be and the fact that it happened during
I Huerta here seems to be that he has
order to,'carry, out a coup which will 1 ment'' of Operation'and' Maintenance., the house will be changed, in many j I issued at the expense of the state the day when the horses and mules
put his back to the wall and won'tenter
'F ''result in.the capture of the federal l In the big cut below, while'the colonel important particulars. A commodious and to be mailed,out to the registered I I were .in the fields, is all that saved

reinforcements ''which ai-el''! being. figuratively,transferred his power lobby on the first 'floor will be> proVided voters' in' each county. ..But'section I the live stock. into any difficult negotiations _
unless he isfirst recognized President '
t rushed toward Torre n. from one hand to the other, the'steamdredges and the number of, rooms will 35 of the law provides that the..secretary The barn and its contents were a
Wilson.
[u Regarding', the, movement*of., which were tearing away at the be doubled. These improvements will of'state shall furnish the super- total loss. Details of the fire reached
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he has negerk.been in,doubt; a', hig foot of 'Cucaracha. .slide, and locomotives begin at an early date. visor' not later than,April 15 of each Orlando only yesterday, though a cas- The long resistance of his army to

< official in the constitutionalist l seryic he were. ,busy hauling, away more I year as many wrappers: or envelopes ual report of the fire was ,brought in the largest army of the rebels at Tor- j'

says he ha ,Jib utte proof'that :Tort of ,the .daily ,spoil. Work, .progressedausuaI i as there* are registered voters. The previously. Mr. Tilden is one of Or- reon his caused him to .assume a .

reon was' captured; sdai. He said along the"whole route,of the RUBE WADDll[ DIES[ IN TEXAS I: supervisor wants to know how it will, ange county's foremost citizens and more If Yilla bellicose should attitude.be defeated' th&e, ''is r \i

also..thatthe'knew Villa'sreasons for canal. There,were no extra'flags.fly; be possible for the secretary of state most successful growers, and his "f

\vithholdmg'v?:{ frtel4lf' statement" concerning )Jmj,tp. 4t w M'lshowr1 ef'.:any, kuidtht Ml OFTUBERCULOSIS''s T to" furnish 'Jhe ,wrappers_ ,not, ,late r' many friends 'Orlando will sympathize nor all doubt negotiations that Huerta'with Lind would ancf break again off ,

tft the' f .' mt:he, could'divulge the government'oVthea6ne'wa. : .. than April 15 :when 'the books 40'ot with him in the heavy lo s.
t: \mt* fc "" I i defy the United States 'to intervene.
1 nothing.. :t. 'f' t' t .undergoing, any chYnges. There;:werechatfges'm close!; until that date. It is true tha f
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+ ); : .- r" aet't i 'At \ f. : of jthe canat.Corkers ''Yrere,concerned. Succumbs 'io 'Dread Disease ;> that ,the .secreary o':r/sate, shall fur- LOCKED IN A REFRIGERATOR T R CAR STUDENTS '
GIYEUP S1NST@A@
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; ply '.S ;;m OWN. ON Ever since CqL Gpethais'-iecame theguiirijMspirit ,'. ,at, San Antonio nish as'many wrappers as tb') .\\ reregistered .
i *oPjthe!'i w rlc'"'1 e:'ha, ? :. ,<'" voters' at the last pieced flORID A BOY SUFFERED[ SOCIETY WOMAN : .
L' ACCOONror'w) t._" been thV'' nevolenJ 'despoi" .of the ing genera 'ele tion, but'in that event L l\.t;

}., '_.J" .. ist \\N1a"thele".arg feWnew'faces San :Antonio, Tex.; April 1.-(SpeciaL there would ,be a.,'woeful waste, -for

. ", ;- '$%V t tOperators t\: .'' in &e'gtpapYo oJ,inen rlioha; :{e"found )=George. Edwards- (Rube.) Waddell the registration this year'is going to Told His Experiences in Magistrate's: Remarkable, Case"of' Skin Grafting {

;Will: Business! .IB '$, place,uf the peemanent'gOVernibept. the ;.eccentric big., ,l .left-handed be propably a; third less -than such Court When trrested'at 't .
;::7 r deEnitelT'! hrowag-"68OOoi yMenrOut.of The list, ,has been announced. a& folWV baseball pitcher' died here ..this after number. f Journey's 'End Is Carried on Through Consideration : -of,

iA Wplk *, = ''t-' J-,./ \ of noon.( He hadbeen. ill for. some, time There appear to be several discrep- 4 of Young' Folks ";::.:" \ t
tuberculosis. }
.. As v i >Engineer'' ,bf; :, Mainte'nwice-, ties in the law, which;will'afford,subject It a'"
,1 1-' Columbus; U., April- 1. (SpecialrPTacfically :\) aariy,; '.'.Hodges. of'tiie amy'.ert j for the legislators ta',chew over Cranford, N. Ji:, April 1.-Locke d Morgantown, W Va., Aprjl.,1""JiJ j'"
.' .. ,, .' ., The' above dispatch will in'a refrigerator car with tempting final effort to save the life birs'
+\f.: *. every: coal .mine'in Ohio ee 'S. \ : .. bring.cieepregiet' at the next session. a ,of i.
;{i .-. ".It'I .ceaged operations, .'today,. thiowiiigoutsoi'eipployment '" Superinfehairif'bf 11 Transportation tq many, in Orlando and ,at -i fruit that was barred from' his reach Albert C., Price, a'social wader, 'ove' ";:$

r" ; : :42,000 miners. Cap tifn' Htfgh\RbamkhJ.U.'S; _N. :Winter Park', who knew Rube, Waddell by steel gratings, Benjamin Wick of the most extensive skin gratfing.,: f
f'' Twill when. he 'w coach: the Rol man, 14 years old,,suffered from hunger in West ;
1 'tbq reaf tie-up begin tomorow Electrical rEngineer- Captain WH": \ for TRUST MUTED 0 BY 6 V cases ever attempted Virgfnia ?- j'll
; ""hen.the..operator.s\close, their mines RA;)' J; oI'tlie,ifmytf' engineers..f ', lins baseball ,team He was a big, for three days on a journey fromJacksonville was started here, Monday :' r a

i' t''n efiniteiy because of va: deadlock >I' 'Captains'focth'T'ermindl'Ports-, generous;: hearted,. lovable fell.ow. and. '' CANAl T TOILS fIGHT.f Fla., to :New York. H director of athletics! E.* R. Swee

,,, % "1 +with.t g:miners- !nltirig from'a'new; ; Commander. D./E. Dbin11k $ and Lieu. is', remembered t ; here.most kindly. :. .. told jof his experiences here today ira land, and ten West Virginia ri v
lt1 t x junto : it mine, .wage; !scale, hw, teriant-Cpiamanderenry 'V.:'Butler, 1 a- magistrate's court.A sity students will supply the skin :

,{1: i* a, d\bythe,0bia.; legislature-'i"a ,,11., S;4'f 1SpperiRed., ,:"S 1 '<' : AlipI-ISiflETOMOfF First ,of.lh.- Bills Will 'Be Reported year ago the boy's parents grafting. The physicians' .deeid
lastsession 'I moved from New York to Florida., last Saturday that 250 ihchep
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+ ; square
.. and Dryqo .
4'- i ) (ctSh: p : hy the Committee., .Earls .. I .
f.1; ,'in a He said that last.week he yearned tbe 0 of skin must be set '
thereeptr 'upon.ber.; =
1 todfyj
\l i Operators PennsylL s;1ji al.Cou .ctqr: DC.Nutrequire ; f :VNeit'WfwIr "
.it'r ':1\'I' ,ipniadishri'ct. annqunceb that unless .tl g.ir : rjrlt, it t'. .', w fRANKING. G :PRIVILEGES[ ,I back in New York, so he climbed to cover serious-bums :which 'she ,
*the; old;'agreement need 1u t into a loaded"refrigerator car i n ceived a month ago. i
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L ;. :was by .,Gfnera\\" Je ,'tQ -t.Cap-- .-, I ; ; :'
f'1: Fnday;.alit mines i ini ihaVdistrict L ain .'ternf. ; : \ ..Washington; April 1.-(s aI.c- Jacksonville just before 'its doors Upon hearing of Price's pI .
+-* Arkansas 'S natoJ' Would Limit A rush of work will next week were >sealed, and it attached '
"world'W oltied and work. suspended porarlly;, pending 'reorganization the, ppen was ton Coach Sweetland ,and ten studeatao t ; s
Andefimtejyithro''W ; Privilege to Six Hundred in the house, the work of the' committee a rthbound" train. the university volunteered. The ;: J
,.. li'I' 68,090. men out the supply department): : ;o; :
t. ofteihploymenU'* f J? .', + Auditor -Hv Ai I'fAS Smithy: assistant Dollars to Each I framing the trusty legislationto Earlyon the first day' of the ridethe eration was started in the morning a "

'i; Indiana:f,.. Illinois, and ''Iowopera-r ; ;,B FjJIarraTi: : &" '. i meet the wishes of. the pr id nt1haing t bby'atetmpted to,get to'the fruit, 9 o'dock,,and. was continued j

,;:.4 ,' ,".' -"toradedaiat lo ,.A w A.\.A close -their} mines! Chief; Health .Offieer r.i'f UeutenantJ 1\.1 ? been halted by the, bitter'fight but steel gratings of.the cooling com in. the afternoon. unlIt' :,.

i\" -. ; ;and' 'neggrt' at of Qs.l. n JJL is been' started ,Colonel'Charles;, ', R ,Maon T .,+t.medicaltorps'UL Washington, April 1.' -As an but: in the house over, 'the passage, of the : partments. Barred: ''the )VaYt and for.'days During that time; 'thirty ;

:'. .t r 1 t.h.,the stata'districtiinion. !' for the : S"A.; .t ,.. ',,- growthtof'the fight in the senate yesterdayto canal tolls measure. three he went, hungry' and inches of skin was taken 'from' e .:1

1i,i t.it for .atiooi, (a. ne'{ agreer4ent.' _' ,Chief Oft'i e'r'df'. thk Quarantine Di- cut, oft free telegraphprivi' The :members ,of the house, inter i thirsty until the car w: opened near leg of Coach Sweetlarid( twenty ,
> ... I. leges accorded 'senators, which fail d state and committees here and he jfound. the .
.. J '(1 ".. J foreign commerce was es from body of D: R ;'Erwiafbf
'i f. 4. f. ,\ .. gisipnPassedAssistanSirgednIlSarsbatl(
-: yL. because: lack "
."' 0.: -i.IL\Lt t .J IN.HOSTELRY &' 1a : ;of a of a quorum, Senator and ,house :judiciary committee I Notified of Benj minadventure; Elkins and ten inches from the i 2 of '

... '1 III', pALATEA;SOLlT. .. ;,public: health xiyU. .;., ::fl; .Jnnau, of Robinson, Arka.nSaS' 'today, introduced hope to get their: bills invshape for his untie; Charles Wickman,' of-New:I H. M. Harper.Elkiris.. ; -:: .
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(t-"f. ,t':"t.\...:...' ..,.ijfi"f....t t'Pl I -of' ;.-t.-_',-"'.t\. f ,t-, 111 ,, ,Executive -Secrltarp-C.: ; A? 'ilclfvainV ; senatorial a',bilj 'which, would limit, introduction.; iIi.t1i house by. the t close 'i York, took charge of him Mrs. Price: joked and'laughediththe *
;',4'J. 1a : P.rir the con- -", m franking*privileges t 0 i 1 of next week. physicians as welF.as$ Hi:"* "Weet-
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'Vf '1': sun-UT ,tiojBora-lwVesterday* < '!":' v; \ J f after-; Only \a, spigB: __,'P9 I Joni af.+the ; ',$600 'in 'any one year. 'He sought to> The, first of the' new jJI1b''to be AMERICAN POSTURE LEAGUE IS land. She refused, to takes n anes-

S 4 VMOV* Pf and ,Mss*' 'Leon fQespland; ,, org anization'rbecajne\actaally permanent have an amendment to the same end' brought !in 'Will. be 'a, bill''from the BRAND NEW:'El thetic. The operation was 'to;be continued .
\ s'tKe yell knarn adopted :yesterday i injoonnection with! interstate commerce''committee giv- l J .-, and the remaning'skinall. be
1\ ; ;jaytonaholel)%; ; people,; effective today; )t)probabl 1t'will no t ( |
';&: !},* secure|; fctegjBtk.l4'lhe' ; Put L.4 V..>. i.VjAM' 'u'lJ(tljecostruc '[the attempt'to prohibit free,telegraphprivileges L i ing it ..authority over ,the issue of New York, April ;l.-:--The American taken from. the bodies,'of oth'stu

4 r' nam Bb ePalatkVs: ; leading 'hotel tin Hork'ihas donethkh: 'wi for senators, but was defeated -"< new securities by railroad companies.r .I I Posture League, whose ',object is to dents.- x.WATERS ..kh!
,** een ; .and. announced< he would intro make people.' 'and ..
rThe ne.hadniterst'w s,d sposed of prpbalanothirr yeer.", The judiciary l1mittie. ii ..expected stand sit properly, ,f
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.-t,: ftm- the'sdbeter'! br'others' nd''the : I't-.. -.3 t'I I duce it.5ilt.. today.. to follow this with af.bflr regulating was'' incorporated today in Alban! y. THROV'UP'BODJMISSING OF

;!; gill m',' fature'cbnfine, 'heir"ef.z : NEW .z: TIAFF The; contest m the ;senate arose 'interlocking! Directorates and pwhib- The league"is working,. have proper ", .Li f. 1- .." ,
: il 1' +eirterests '.at! ,Lookout I, .ORI3INANU CE over' the introduction, of, a. committeeresolutionlimiting i ftinj 'such, directorates among ,the! seats put i schools''Snopsand 'other t< .....

*: r.f,''1.Jl ,".' y ,.,-r't., ..'d1F. Menlo n..r;A1,. CLEARS.ORANGEA. ljpt the' annua( tele._;common carriers',;of financial ;rl.st tu-l places where present seats. are conducive Pensacola, f.a., .'" { i ie fate

."' Ii>>,;"1 i, .. ;1\e" eW' F'S QWllers- 'have. '..'< .' --II "., ..!.- ':/; J. graph expenses of,any senator to{,$60for.mesages,6nrofficial tions'andsnppl'ytou'ipanies.P.alingwithsommott: ; ; to unhealthy! .attitudes. Seats in of little'. Salvatoretlabrato. .., 'Do bas.

.cr"f'1'r''tf.' 7t ':i.."..:tb0,,'t ratn8m: .... h'use: One bettementrworked by thenet : l..business Sen-" ourners- ,, 'the netiv Brooklyn, rapid..tra sit subway been missing smcet* ;)to".: iBturda1
."-\I, > "be\ "1.: :- traffic- ordinance: atpr/Robinson: then sought to have ( tic .'t., : 4 cars are, being constructed jn afternoon became &* *
t) .t } "I roved, i elq. Amon. 6 hlch went fntp :lef- i r ; iifai'gwtf i .yesterday
r;I ,V 2 -> (:"J tbe-.173 '.IUt:1It: 'fectyesterday' is the'daring"of; ; ? Cr( j his_, :amendment',.adopted, .but, itwasruled ,..l, ?plJoo.si- FOR PLU3IBERS'- accordance with Its ..recommendations.Miss afternoon, when a.:tag boa endeavor-
"'(J i' :. r Ai tJ l "H "J '-1'" ange_avenue cf,thelong.line! oil stand- out,d r order, For thei.cp'ramitr; LICENSE TAKE "ELu Jessie. H. Bancroft, assistant ing to" *free herself jfn %Japosition '
2. ;;: .i.ltt u ; '-,"' <'r1, of. (t. ing -ehiel>t 'TV The,ordinance i tees! resolution.Senator. 'Ifenyon o_f- city commissioners director of physical 'gaining in ?New on the bottom & 'Gu'1'! '
I' I. S.* II i prohib ZT Jh6 room.of. the ,, ... near )Iew* ,
,:\ q+. rWN(' iN. 1Wi r. its t the Standingof* any.vehicle I except lt" fered'a substitute toprovide, that no '.)was'oaupled'- ( ')esterdajr"afternoon by York schools ; founded, the league, and Florida. & Alabama_ ,,..' ','11 <<:.. :'t.,., I-, -' I- ,1 bicycled : -i-- senator might;sendmessagesbj\wire; is its president < ', churned ,the waters' .ofXtflat"
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\t.r'1.i & r" ', .... '). ? : 1ih: .. the piumbing. insp tpr, bir:;0. '.E.fMdntosh ,! : ; vicinity
lffj}: 'B'JjI.. ft.;"t ,r i,' I'' _.l'. t ,"-. ; aae'in'the, basirieas' ri : 'fqr.lX1ore, even.' :on 'official,* >business\ put! the ,chainpan sot; ,')he ex until'rhe body of!the laid;?Ose to the

', :, : 3; :{,rleana... ;'APIi1. :,1Sd T) Than.thirtyr.min s'ii.', 'tiate. "thiS expetise. The Kenyoa suhsti 7 e*. mining >boardT"MfF. Jos.Raehn, RQYAlfcOUPLE: : BETROTHED, surface; While 'some.::ielieved that
,3"' t1r# .Tl. _._:_- .f nerd'U.'tbaf.MztsfW4y caused Otvnera':tO'. i'IiIrrn failed! ofj; >assage.aoly, :because:of thV ? : St. the lad iad'beeA'droned' ''
'ilt ; .' \n '- 1B1es- ... ... ..+ rioU two ( ippKcants for license, ;Petersburg t.; pril J.-SpeciaL( ) ; 'after falling ;
:r T _[jh P ;rithia the" side'sttneet s'caaaingelI : lackof: oforqm.; .' 'tPka'vot. D }i*. =Th. betrothal"ofDuchess \ boaV.ia which
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s. I THE QUALITY STORE I I STORE WITH THE GOODS I IOrlando's A in Genuine Real EstateGood Bargain ; I I


f i, .i ,
eight-room house,

with connected kitchen i

twenty acres first class landal 'r.y., .

cleared, 315 bearing ,
k Orange Trees, in first class TODAY A7

TESTED DRUG STORE condition, fine bloom. Land '

can easily be subdividedinto R Montgomery Motion "i l (' W u
five-acre tracts, is on

road to Conway, 2 1.2 I

GARDEN Read this ColumnGoods miles from Court House, I
OLIVE OIL ..
road on two; sides, main Grand T t f'I

Goods advertised in this column are road will be bricked this .-."'- _.<..r...., -
fi: Ware among the largest dealers in SEED at Special prices and this sale is only :year. Has rural delivery, ;
pare imported Olin Oil in this section. for a limited time.
and shoot Sold to
We import only the best oil through ..Don't delay planting your garden Violet Ammonia (ZSe size), special lie. wagon.
our broker in New York. We sell Now is the time and our store the This is a delightful adjunct to the close and estate. CHEAPfor "THE THEATER BEAUTIFUL"
J: this Oil under full guarantee place to buy your seed.LIVINGSTON bath. Try one bottle under our guar cash, or very,reasonable

Y-1.2 Pints .......................$ -3 antee. terms will be made. i FLORIDA'S FINEST PICTURE HOUSE
t. Pints ... ... ................. 59 Fels Naptha Soap 6 bars for ?..%Se. .
Quarts ... ... ... ............ 1-00 IMP. TOivory Soap C bars for .........%8c. LORD & BRADSHAW
Special prices on larger quantities. Life Bouy Soap. ( bars for .....27c.
? COME AND SEE FOUR REELS OF THE LATEST PICTURES ; ; ,
,
NATO SEED $ .2a Ib. Exclusive
______ r per Fairy Soap 6 bars for ........%8c.i Agents I IlelllclII..IIII.III.III' .
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}' -- Country Gentlemen Corn ...$1.00 pk. Lava Soap C bars for ............%1c. ; ; WITH GOOD MUSIC BY A SUPERB ORCHES- ; ;
Castile Soap Stow'ell's Evergreen .......Jl.OO pLFlorida Grandpa's Tar Soap ( bars for ..27c. t.
It. Alabama Sweet Favorite Melon Melon Seed.Seed. Dilaney's Hard Water Soap, 3ki' ; ; TRAIN THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN AN HOUR | j
l Tom Watson Melon Seed. Cakes for ...,...,. ......,25c. I I
:, Pure Imported Castile Soap Ib ..%Ic. Georgia Rattlesnake Melon Seed. __ Dr. BucKmaster I ; | AND A QUARTER'S ENTERTAINMENT FOR TEN
4 Mottled Castile Soap Ib -.......21c. RocLeyford Canteloupe Melon Seed.
:t One pound of this Soap makes about ; Moth Destroyers I : CENTS
I II
4 1e- e0t cake.*
> DISTILLED EXTRACT i Osteopathic Physician
;q. Moth Calls, 3 Ibs for ............25c.Lavender .
WITCH HAZEL I Compo box ...........15c. 132 Orange Avenue I FRIDAY, APRIL 3

"ri: Sunflower Seed Cedar Mothaline box ........... .lie..We I 'THE LION AND THE Klien's Mas-
MOUSE Chas
-Ij s This is a good remedy for cuts, I ,
f.i bruises and mosquito bites. Pint bottle guarantee these to keep your Next door to People's Bank, V
l2 A good feed for chickens, Ib ...7c. ..... ... ... .., ... ... ...%Sc:. i clothes from moths. up-stairs. Acute and chron ; ; terpiece-G REELS. Special Music by a five-piece Or-

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ic diseases treatedTelephone I chestra.
Initial SHIVAR GINGER ALE Sale Etc.
f Paper i Per.fume 578.
is of the best
{ This ginger ale one
s. We are closing out this stock at ridiculously en the market. It is made with the I Carnation Extract (..IC. bottle)...%Ic.t (
low prices famous Shirar mineral mater at I Crab Aple Extract (%Sc:. bottle21c.

""' SOc value for ................... lit.' Shelton S. c.. and is not only eicel- I Japanese Honey Suckle (23c. bottle) ... '
if;' 2k.: value.21c. lent for the stomach but good sell for .... ........ ... ... .21c. WOOD, COAL AND ICE -
Highland Plaid Paper the kidneys also. We can you : ::
i Ficldshire Linen %5c. value ......21c. any quantity of this ale. By the dozen I Field Violet Ext (%oIC bott.e.1ge.
or case. .Single bottle pint size...15c. Whisk Brooms (%oC value) .....19c. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
..... ,
"%:t Paradise Lawn, 2k. value 19c. Per Dozen ... ... ............$1.59 Tooth Brushes (25c value) 19t. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf ..1 +<,***;.w III i a Q III 0+41 H 1111.f.
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j Tooth Brushes (3k value) 26c.

;: Partial I List MinerD. Tooth Brushes (SOc value).....42c.
;t C. COLD CAPSULES Soap Boxes (25c value)..........ISc.
't. Colgates Violet Talc ......,....15c. For Economy and -
l al Waters .If the change in the weather has Colgate's Cashmere Boquet ......,15e. purchase
-j given you a cold it ,111.aurpnse you Mtniun* Talcum .. ............15c.
:$:, to see such prompt relief from the Violet Talcum! ..................ISc.Violet WR1OHTSEBD power of your mon
use of D. C. Capsules for cold in the .. ....... co
Talcamm !Ibs
y 21c.Toilet
Vichy Water. ( ) ?
'r' head. Price.. ... ............2k.
Buffalo I Lithia Water. FOR REAL ESTATE .m i ey "Try Wright's" Farm
C Harris Spring Water.
Abilena Water. 7590 Paper That's Our Business and Garden Seeds in f
Pluto Water. Florida
I White Rock Water. This is a prescription for neuralgia W. dnf (Big 5c value) 5 rolls Orlando bulk. "Motto" Quantity
Appollinaris Water. and nenous headaches especially recommended ,
li Water.Rubinot in cases of headache caused S- U'I Tissue, 3 Rolls for .... ...25c.
Apenta from overeating; or nervousness. Palmetto (lOc.) 3 rolls for .....'.25c. and Quality.
lt Water. Contains no opiates, or habit-forming Formaldehyde and Sulphur Fumi-
Veronica Water. drugs. If not relieved your money raton '
:, Poland Water. I back. Price ......,.............2k. Scott's Tissue Towels .23c..10c.I' Fresh Eggs __ 23C doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.

\: Sweet Milk 130 qt. Ice soc 100 Ibs., Limes 150 doz.

a Sweet Milk Fresh Butter Milk
o/c pint ice qt.

DeLANEY & A.BERNETHY' Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

., Next Door lOc Store ORLANDO, FLORIDA (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with. order.

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.. -. 340 Acres Good Land 4,

It 4INDIAN

lI CATTLE DO WELL ON I III A woman may shine as a society FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn '
hereby announce myself as a candidate ,
FLORIDA RANCHES leader and yet be far from having
for re-election to the office of Supervisor of
i rJ the instincts of a true woman. tHe the Registration Democratic for primary Orange to County be held subject June 2nd to best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale
T. M.
Experiments conducted by 1914.

i Lykes, who is at the head of the fRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR .
who nurses a grouch draws
I- Florida cattle interests of the Lykes
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
trouble; through the nipple of dis
Brothers, during the last year, haveso I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor tst IIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIHIIHMIMMMIIMtliMMMUMIHiMIHHW
content. County Commissioner Orange MMHIIHMHMMHIIHMMMHIHIIMIHMIHIIHHIIIMMIMMMMIIMHOrlando
shown the advantageof County
conclusively
District Four subject to the action of the
using Indian or Brahman bulls to Democratic primary June 2nd, 1914. I will

grade up the Florida stock that Mr. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS greatly appreciate your support Yours ,truly Bank &Trust Co
C. j. SWEET.
more
has imported twenty
Lykes Pine Castle, Fla.
bulls: from Texas and has them now FOR REPRESENTATIVE FOR COUNTY At the Close of Business March 27, 1914
COMMISSIONER
T: in a hundred acre lot out Grand Cen- I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative .
from Orange county subject to I announce myself as a candidate for reelection e \
tral, giving them opportunity to become the action of the Democratic primary to beheld 'to the office of County Commissioner RESOURCES
acclimated and work off a little June 2nd. Orange County, District Five, subjectto

of their foot sore condition before I J. H. IiEESE. June the, 2nd decision 1914. of the Democratic primary Loans and Discounts . . . . . .$375,648.96

turned the FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Respectfully.E. Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,459-31
they are out on range, L. BROWN
says the Tampa Times. hereby announce my candidacy for Representative Ft. Christmas Fla. Stocks and bonds . . . . .. 26,018.33Real
from Orange county subject to'' Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . 26,437.37
"They have stood the test in excellent the action of the Democratic primary to be'heil FOR TAX ASSESSORI
r=' said T. M. Lykes this June 2nd. hereby announce my candidacy for the Cash on hand and in banks . . . 428,721.62
shape,
S. S. GRIFFIN. office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, subject
morning. "We could not have asked I to the action of the Demooraitc primary
? FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and $858,285.59
anything better." elected I pledge you my faithful service. ,
am a candidate for the office of Coun '
The bulls were imported from Texas ty Commissioner of Orange county from ARTHUR BUTT. LIABILITIES

where they have been raised for people District to 2.the If best elected of I my promise ability to having serve the resided hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURERI a candidate for Capital stock . .. . .. . . .$100,000.00
4 several years and were turned out here a number of years, I am qualified Treasurer of Orange and undivided
to know the needs of the section and County subject to the Surplus profits . . 32,628.51
Democratic of June .
primary 2nd
last June. Ten of them went on the the people. H. TUCKER.1914.J. I Due to Banks . . . . . . 230.00

T range in this and Hernando counties Respectfully A. C. STARBIRD FOR'TAX COLLECTORI Discounts . . .'. . . . None

and ten were shipped to Arcadia and Apopka, Fla. hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Bill Payable . . . . . . . None
turned in with T. B. King's herds in re-election to the office of Tax Collector '

::: DeSoto county. The experiment has hereby announce FOR SHERIFFI myself as a candidate of primary Orange to County be held subject June 2nd to the 1914.Democratic If reelected Deposits . . . . . . . 725,427.05
for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the
I pledge to faithful service
you my
been eminently successful. The bulls Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. as I have endeavored to give in the past
have gone through the winter season FRANK GORDON. W. E. MARTIN. $858,285.59

when forage is short in much better ----

condition than the native stock and MiMtmmilimitMtttHltMMMtltlttftilltlMDRAWING Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

are fatter and healthier than the na Deposits March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05


tive"There cattle.isn't a tick on them either," Increase in 23 days . .'.. . . . 75,942.14 '

\ said Mr. Lykes, "while the native cat. ORLANDO W A UINGION Deposits, March 27, 1913 . . . . 591,149.61

tle are covered with ticks." Deposits, March 27, 1914 .;. . . ? 725,427.05
Mr. Lykes lays the fact that they

are tickless to the fact that they area Increase over last year . . . . 134,277.44
ROOM i *
short haired breed of cattle. He
; I M. M. SMITH, President
knows of no other reason why the I SLEEPING CAR W. vM. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN Cashier t
tick should not infest them and .

should be on the naive\ cattie, but I Directors

I whatever the reason is, if it should VIA .
r that the Indian cattle 3L 51. Smith, W. M. Davis, E. II. McNeillR.
prove are -
permanently
L. Hyer, James A. Knox, H. L. Beeman,
c immune to ticks it would L. B. Long, J. W. Jackson, T. II. Evans,
mean a great deal for the cattle in- TL ACOAST T LINE f D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs.

t dustry of this state. :;::::::::::I"" ltIIIIIIIl: :::::::::
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In all probability the Alabama- ,

r. Georgia will locate OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
; Syrup company a WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI i FOR SALE-At a bargain, if takenat
'sugar refinery in Jacksonville in the I am now organizing an excursion! once: One two-chair: barber
near future. The main cause of the AND DO ALL KINDS OF party to New York and Albany, via! shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203
movement the Times-Union Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, Boone street, doing good business;
is
OPTICAL REPAIRING
says ,
i and April 20th. Price for trig is $2235 10 acres good land just outside city ,
the fact that a large amount of sugar, Tuesdays J SaturaaysFOR from Orlando to Albany, which includes limits, 125 bearing orange trees,
cane syrup is produced in this state baggage transfer in Jacksonville grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
which could be handled through the' and New York. Special reduc-i and two large pecan trees; four room
refinery. It is believed that stand- tion to those starting at Jacksonvilleor I house, new barn, good horse and rig,
a RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON stopping at New York. For good! farming implements. This place is
ing market there, being at all times located Clear lake. Qwner wantsto
berth and rooms make reservations near
W. R.. O'NEAL I'I'I
r available, would also make the pro-' City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. I now of C. P. Smith, Hand building, sell on account of health. Address

duction of cane syrup more profitable.I W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. corner Orange avenue and Church I Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at
r ORLANDO, FLA. OR L H. RAMSDELL street, before March 21. :3-5-tf: 203 Boone street. 3-26-10t

The real worth of one is not in George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando. OPTOMETRIST W. T. ENTRICAN, W. T. ENTRICAN,

,the number of dollars they poses J. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.1I111II1IIIII111111111111111111111111111111111111111I. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Litchi) Painter and interior decorator. New Makes a specialty of painting, paper-
but in.the real manhood or real wo-: ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.

rilIloOd: ; they have. ORLANDO, ... FLORIDA Expert workmen employed. 1 Phone 636. l2MmI
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HAD MASlQ MIND lllllilUJMIUIIIIIIIiillllttliliMIMIIHMItlttl .
Here's to the with a :
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woman many
THAT T SAffDillS! [() DlWfS care, "

Uneeda Biscuit And Who at sits night all day, when in an her office day's chair workis An I br rl

Remarkable Court in Story Case Told of Larceny in New York vor-purity-crispness Nourishment fine fla=; I Goes home do;through and ,finds more work to BJ ODeller n r r n n Orallae r n[


Against Lawyer -wholesomeness. All Gets up in the

for 5 cents, in the and scrubs |
New York, March 31.-In the conviction And wrestles
grand larceny of PhilipS. moisture-proof package. tubs;
for Yet the usual )
Saitta, a lawyer, Judge Swann there, V
and the jury listened, fascinated, to- Beside her desk
day, by the evidence which reveal H I If she's strong
I i to tote,
an extraordinary psychological studyof I Here's to the
the subjection of one man to the 7 her vote.
domination of another; of a man

named Salvator E. Gatto, who blindly d's James T. .
.
followed Saitta's dictation. So con- at the Conr : .
'
vincingly was the story that Gatto Saturday :

told of his career as Saitta's slave illness of six ) .
.
that after the jury had rendered its I I

verdict Judge Swann said: He whose life !' ;; .
"Gatto palpably had become an automaton B.iiietBiscuft never appreciates |
' under the influence of a mas- : .

ter mind. Unquestionably he has felt Round, thin, tender- ..
" the irresistible compulsion to perform with a delightful flavor
Change of
whatever act he was bidden to per- -appropriate forluncheon Johns .
form. The case developed an instance .
tea and dinner. Until further
in real life of one person be-
xo cents.GRAHAM. of this line will .
ing 'Svengalied' by the influence of a
o'clock a. m. .
superior mind." N. M. !
Saitta was on trial for having ,
duped Italian ,lemon growers into J. B. .
Sanford, Fla., .
sending consignments of fruit to a .
dummy firm using the name of Gatto

and leading the exporters to believeit .
To
to be the old and well known com- .

mission house of Ferdinand Gatto of ..
this city. !
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1
Saitta made Gatto sign for the} con CRACKERS I [ I :
signments and then turn them over to .

him. A food for every day. Lv Orlando ____ .
"Once he struck ',,. Ar Jacksonville
me, Gatto testi
Crisp, tasty and Lv, Jacksonville, : .
fied. "I started to and he droveme
cry
strengthening. Fresh Lv Waycross, Ga. .
out of his office. That same day .
baked and fr.esh delivered Lv Tipton, Ga.,
he made me pawn my watch for $120 Ar Albany, Ga., I '.
and bring him the money. ,He could I xo cents. Ar Americus, Ga. .
Ar Columbus, Ga. .
made me do anything he wanted.
Ar Opelika, Ala., .
might know it was wrong but I'd d 0 r Birmingham, .
it just the same." Ar Birmingham, ,
When the verdict was announced Ar Jackson,
Ar Fulton, .
Ky.
Gatto slunk out of the
court room Ar Cairo, Ill., I. J .
sobbing. Ar Carbondale, .

Ar St. Louis, .
TAFT NEWS ATCentralia, Ill. *

Ar Matoon, 111., : ('.
Taft, Fla., March 31J. H. Este s Ar Champaign, .
and Mrs. W. L Riley were at th Ar Kankakee. : ( .
I
county seat last Wednesday.T. Ar Chicago, 111.,
[
J. Raup and daughter, Myrtle, Buy biscuit baked by Solid Through .

left last Thursday for their summer observation, ;

home in Pennsylvania. He will return NATIONAL room, section, sl (.
in the early fall. BISCUIT redwing chair : .

L Bradford left for New Jerset COMPANY ville and .

and J. E. Henry for his norther; and St. Louis.
home in Keene, N. Y., last Saturday Always look for that name car. c..

They also will return with the birds. For f" ets .
t Isaae.H. Paige started for his horn J nations, all on c.

in Glen Castle, N. Y., last Sunday. : W. R. O'NEAL, .
More help wanted? Room to let
W. G. Sphaler worked(?) in the oren .
or wanted? Advertise in the S .. D. W. WHITE, st't
saw mill one day last 'week-all day!
tinel. Be sure to read the ads. irtoday's L Atlantic II
-so we were told
Sentinel They bring results. < 8'
Messrs. A. M. Bristol, L. Bradford, : .,
J. E. Henry, D. B. Sphaler, A. J. ; : .
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Richardson, H. C. Hammond, and :

Mrs. Helen Dennis were in Orlando : 'e..

last Friday. : .
Geo K Thomas visited his sister in : e.

4 Orlando Thursday. I I c..
Mrs. C: H. Nelson and Mrs. C. : ORLANDO ; .
Chenoworth went to Kissimmee last : \ .
;
Friday on business and pleasure. : .
Mr. and Mrs. C. Chenoworth and I
Mr. and Mrs. Peinert, who have been : : .

spending the winter with us, started : Water & .

for their summer homes in Bowling : ;",'c
Green, 0., yesterday. ; ,
Friend after friend departs, but we : ; ae."'

expect them all back next fall c..
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Riley have pur- 8e.
chased the cottage formerly occupiedby ae."'

R. A. Kerr, of Mr. L Bradford, on : ..
Eighth avenue, for their future home. .
( )
Messrs. Tracey and Miller, of the Gas Water : .

Novelty Works, are in Winter Park t .
for a few days, putting up water .
tanks and towers. They have sold .
"Office No. 18 West .
several of them. :--- !

Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Bowman and I .

son, Lyman, took an auto trip to Win- v.=::....
ter Park last Saturday; also, IsaacH. .

the. Paige train.and, Mrs. Mary F. Moon, on Telephone No. ..

Our representatives in Orlando Sat- .
,
urday were t(iL H. Child, J. S. Bark- '-' ",x, .. : f['':' :_ ;'\" ,
low, C. A. Tompkins, and grandson,
Charles, Irs.'.W. E. Murphy, Mrs.
M. J. Thomas, Mrs. W. D. Loos, Miss I .'"..
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''1 Josie Collins, and\Mr.. M. M. Hob- .MtMIIIMIMIIStationery. . . 13c.loc

son. loc.
The ice cream and "strawberry festival that is not 13c.

given by 'the W. R.' C. at the ; 25e.12c...
Nelson House last Saturday was well 1
20c.
Ours is the
constantly on
attended and a neat sum realized. 12c.
Our energetic pastor of the is!. E. we have what the public desires ] 12c

church, Rev. A. M. Ash, is treating onable prices. 25r.
the parsonage to a coat of paint,
Our stock is so varied that 30c.
and cultivating the :
cleaning up yard,, 23c.23c..
arid giving it all a very neat appear. nlsa most anything you want in .
{nee. He is our working pastor. No Just 25c
finish or weight. now'we 12c.
qnly in the but4
on Sunday pulpit, I 12c.
keek days out of doors. We recom I. grfcat many boxes of Initial

,Wnd him to parties contemplatin Cards. Unless your name begins

(marriage, for, judging by his othe j1re hare your initial.
work, he would tie the knot so tigh probably
.1 that there would be no use for -.ditr ; fine cloth finish, with a gold

vorce courts. and see them, They are only 50c )

Geo. K. Thomas and Mrs. M. J. /I
also have the initial paper to
Thomas were doing business in Or- S
lando Monday.Quits ., cards.

a large delegation will go

rom hereto the state G. A. R. enipment W. S. .
at St Cloud, the 14th and
"Ii of,'this month. Tie Arc* Ink art ire $ #+ 4+
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There certainly was atreat in store{ i

t South Florida Sentinel HIS TRIP TO ftORIDA Claude L'Engle wheeled into the for the patrons of the Colonial thea- j

.rt AND WEEKLY ter when witnessed the Photo-
MORNING they
House of Representatives in his inva- '
JOSiAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. phone Talking Pictures and other fea- k.
lid's chair, and speaking to the House D ic sonJ
John Burroughs Talks Interestinglyof ture films that were presented yester- ;;
Entered the at Orlando. Florid
at postoffice from the chair, naturally attracted
day aftrnoon and night The talking
I: *, ai Second Cla>* Mail Matter. Edison and Ford and Fort ,
Mjers Visit much attention. It is gratifying that pictures were the biggest and best .

TO ADVERTISERS: Mr. L'Engle's utterances under these hit of all and were enjoyed by every tn

t conspicuous circumstances one. The connection between the talk-
were
on
k.' advertising Copy for malt display be handed and all in at other the handset business John Burroughs, the naturalist of the right line-on the side of Amer- ing apparatus and the moving picture I ;-
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 m. world stopped in Atlanta for n N 1I
! p. renown PARTM sat
i:1: the day before publication. This rule appliesto icanism, of patriotism, and of the machine was complete to a finish in l l I 'I :
hour his back to New
to changes for contract advertising; it is an on way Democratic platform.But every detail pertaining to the charac- 1 .. .
;, invariable and mil be strictly adhered to. York from his trip to Fort Mjers, '
one other member of Congressthat ters shown in the pictures, and

l. Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- where he was the guest with Henry we remember has made an ad- showed the good results of many I ; i
{! tinued should notify the office in writing on Ford, of automobile fame, with
the date of expiration otherwise it will be dress under similar circumstances- years of careful thought and study.A I U' f
Thomas Edison. r an
;, continued until notice at to the stop regular 13 received.SUBSCRIPTION subscription. rates, He told how Edison is sleeping i Alexander H. Stephens, of Georgia, new program of talking pictureswill s avo..u.r.roPLACE

for years an invalid, forced to go be shown today in connection
of the
twelve hours out twenty-four,
with the Colonial, regular three reel
RATES
about in wheel-chair, and
Daily 1 Year .........................$3.00 how the three of them went fishingin a occupying } -
t 1;' Daily, 6 Months ....................... 2.50 it in the halls of Congress. Theanalogy Warner feature, and all should take I
: for
;i Daily! 3 Months ...................... 1.25 the Caloosahatchee .tarpon and is the opportunity of today and tonightto I
'.... Daily 1 Munth ....................... 50 perch, how Ford shot a water moc- decidedly complimentaryto
see this great and best of inven-
Mr. L'Engle. It is certain that
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i; Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 1.00 casin through the head at fifty yards Alexander Stephens, with all his tions pertaining to moving pictures. i
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... '..iijt range, how they drove twenty milesto Everything will be different from
statesmanship and
great ability, was
Lake Okechobee; of ,the curious what shown I
t THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914. never more nearly right than was was yesterday.DaytonaGazette
sect near Fort :Myers that believes News.
.. the gentleman from Florida who
/
everybody is living inside the earth, 1
TilE WEATHER spoke from a wheel-chair in the I At the Lucerne theater Friday,

of their guests at Edison's home I House of Representatives.Neither April 3rd, afternoon and evening.
I there, Dr. Cook, Detective Burns and
Florida: Fair Thursday and ''Fri. Mr. Admission 5 and 10 cents.J. .
others. Stephens, nor any other -
:I'
day. 'Well," he said, "we had a great of the brilliant tights of our
A Corset That Laces In front
Hugh Reese announces for the
t time. Edison is a wonderful man. He statesmanship, ever said anything
legislature from If
But fourteen days remain in whichto Orange county.
is resting, sleeping half the time, do- truer than did Claude L'Engle whenhe Joe Hugh legislates as well as he
to register.. said to the House: "Great Britain writes, he will universal and
ing little work. We went fish- give
very We have
to learn
L 0i ,. complete satisfaction. Coun- jet of an
lots of- times and is not the friend of this country, -Taylor
The Palatka Item is ing got terriblysun Herald. instance where
receiving deserved ty
when the a woman, once
accept'
advantages of that
if burned. Edison is the best fish-
a compliments upon a recent friendship lies with Great Britain." having worn a Frolaset front'i
of the three of He is
erman us. so
[ booster edition. The Item is doing Editor J. Hugh Reese, of the Or-
well and is to be congratulated. patient. I would sit for an hour and -Tampa Tribune, 1st. lando Sentinel, is a candidate for the laced corset, to return to another .

;.. the fish wouldn't bite, so I'd get dis- legislature from his county. It i is make.
Ck o gratifying to note that quite a few
gusted and leave. And just about The canneries will There are features in the
J Claude L'Engle will have an easy come, however, brainy men over the state are an-
/ victory against any yet mentioned that time they'd begin biting for .him. for the necessity must soon be seen nouncing as legislative candidates. Frolaset that must, of necessity '
''I "But Ford is the crack shot. One Florida should have 1 .
a strong legisla-
and the of
possibility
for real reforms and that is what the savnig enor- appeal to the woman of fashion.
day we were out in a boat and a ture next j'ear.-Tarpon Springs
1. mous that
people need'and want.-Fort Lauderdale crops now go to waste will Leader.
snake stuck his head These features are the per'r
t Sentinel. up on a lily pad some time be appreciated.TimesUnion. -

\; 0 about fifty yards away. We could Sentinel want ads. get result". fect-fitting back, the, ease and

tl The "political pot" has already be- just see the tip of his head, but Ford comfort with which the Frola- 1

....,. took a revolver out of his pocket and
gun to seethe in Jacksonville, and "' set may be put on, taken off or
shot him right through the eye. I've DeI tllllll 'I'IIttt{+t"IIDII'IIIIIIIIII.1 '
*k. ward meetings are becoming numer- adjusted, the absolute freedom 1
;' seen him at a shooting gallery down >< i I
ous. How those Jacksonville folks do from corset restraint I '
there hit twelve i any and 4+
clay pigeons one
I love a political campaign! after the other. FOR SALE AT A more than anything else, the 1 i

f Old Uncle Joe Cannon wants to go "Then Ford had two or three automobiles graceful and natural figure thatis I

,,' back to congress, and promises to cut at Fort Myers and we rode acquired by the'lines on which '

{A' the chaplain's prayer to five minutes, all around the country." BARGAINFirePassenger this corset is designed. '
While at Fort Myers, Ford, Edison
Vfc." if he gets back. That's about the If you have any reason to
and Burroughs went to hear lecture
'% only reform that Uncle Joe can think a
I' of. by Detective Burns, who was thereon think that your figure is not I

; LoI the Chautauqua platform, together touring car in fine condition. Going North and do what it might and ought to be,*

with Dr. Cook and other notables. not need it longer. Cheap for cash or on mortgage, or would ex- 4 l
Jacksonville permit us to give you a trial fitting -
is after that entertain- :
"Burns is change for land in or near city. Also for sale one First Class
a very interesting man,
;
.
ment fund for the Confederate vet- eAt
Ticket Jacksonville to Boston.
I said Burroughs. "He came out to the
erans and will probably get it before all events, let us show you
house and talked
to
the time, which is now only a month us most entertainingly the new Frolaset models.
But I didn't like his lec-
distant, but there will have to be some
tall hustling to .get it. ture much. He was too much like a Dr. A.? J. TAYLOR

Methodist exhorter at.times.

f' Debate ih the senate'o is unlimitedand "As for Dr. Cook, he is the biggest 211 East Robinson AvenueHMMMMIIIMMMtHHMMtMtMHIMIMIIHMM /f OAR SEEfe R

fakir that ever lived. The people -*- -= L-\
the tolls repeal question will consume . .lelllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.lllllllllllll
r much more time in that branch went to see him' just because he was .. L__ _ _____. _______,_____. c 1
than the man who tried to steal the north ;
" was required in the house under
-j pole. I didn't go to his lecture; but
: the cloture rule. It is not likely that
one day he out to R. L. FOX
any votes will be changed with all came Edison's. We A. Y. FULLER

the senatorial eloquence. didn't want to see him, especially

r Edison, but Cook traced Edison way
THE PALMS AUTO COREO
: I down to
,- Senator West, of Georgia, who was a pier and talked to him a
l- long time. Cook gave us all ,a copy
recently appointed to fill the unex-.
of his book. I MOTOR CARS
'f, pined term caused by the death of never. opened mine.
Left it down there.
: Senator Bacon 'says he will run
, for
: For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
:i the long term if the people want him. t

I There is one certain way of ascertaining "The Ocala board of trade is pull- full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof
ing for a canning factory," remarksthe
r; the wish of the people, and
that is to run. Sentinel. "Every Florida town competent repair men. All our work is absolutely

''ftrot'>. should have a cannery. We get pine-
0 apples from Hawaii, tomatoes from guaranteed. We will be pleased to have an opportunity to demon-

Champ Clark says it takes more Baltimore, and crystallized fruits strate the value of these exceptional goods to you. Theyare
sense to be congressman than to
i ,. be president The latter, he explains, from other cities; all of which mightbe fully guaranteed for quality, finish and color, and are

d has a cabinet to advise him, while put up in Florida at much less ex priced to meet the needs of all. Width is valued accord-
the pense." The Sentinel thinks that it THE PALMS, AUTO CO
..k congressman has to think for ing to price.
is strange there should
If himself. be so little
The speaker seems rather stock them in Cream and Black.
interest shown in such We Navy
\, pessimistic about his job since the a project and FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.limmMMMMMMMIiilHIIMHIMHMMM.
< regards it as an that
opportunity is
president put the tolls matter over I
,i him. being largely overlooked in this state. ;." > "

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:: Judge fW. S. Bullock, of Ocala, has
\ been urged by his friends to run for

f' congress in the second district, but
.. ,
i- has declined to do so. The likeliest i -

f wager for opposition to Congressman -- MEN'S

f Frank Clark is Dannitte Mays of FURNISHINGS

Ii,' Monticello, who is now scouting about '

the district to see what the chances 't We have just recejy-
' Are You Invited
are. Mr. Mays has been in congress //
/ ed a fine shipment of
L from the third district, before the ,/ '
passage of the redistricting act, and to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where ;: Ii the famous "1'2 1101p "

again.seems to like it well enough to try a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure ., c-/J Hats in Straws and

': you will be interested in our display of the newest and Panamas.

The first governor o of Panama, Col. ;, most artistic designs inCUT I \\I_ \ Positively the last

Goethals, took active charge of the : .A dcn word in Headgear.

office yesterday without any fuss and GLASS .

feathers. He just went about the '
/
business as he has been doing and There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets ,/:
without any tugs, or paint .
or per- > here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving K. x /'
fume.
This is all in keeping with the .

character of the man, who has directed f' We are sure you can never find anything that would lMail

the gigantic work which will be more acceptable.
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remain through ages a monument to S .

his tutored oversight and executive ,.. ......
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The current issue of the American

t Magazine contains an illustrated story (j tour
Is a help out-of-town customers make
' of the big gambling clubs at Palm l
. use of it whenever you can. Samples or information ,
Beach and Miami, with full details of
the \i cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
heavy gaming which goes on Write for one of illustrated mail order cata- '

there every winter. The story was logues. We invite comparison values.ORLANDO'S .
M written by Hugh S. Fullerton, who is

evidently a member'of the Beach T..Evans.the JewelerOPPOSITE

Club to judge from statements made 4

in the course of the description. In FAVORITE- SHOPPING PLACEtllilflllimiMMtltH

view of such wide publicity it seems r

ridiculous that detectives sent the POSTOFFICEEXPERT .
by "

governor should report that there is ran e ve. Oilandn n nt"

'no gambling apparatus at the Beach
REPAIRING AND E G
:Club, and,that it is only a very swagger .

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BUYS AND SELLS !
Imp. "The Return of Tony." A
I cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- good drama with the great King Bag.
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j gine. REAL ESTATE got.Frontier. .
I "Slim Proposes; but-." j

No candies than Butt's-made Chocolates Car- Whatever might be said of Slim he
purer is at least
steadfast in his admira-I
amels Taffies, etc. tion of Mrs. O'Riley's daughter, Mol II
) ly. He gets the "marble heart," the

FRESH EVERY DAY. 400 acres within three j ; "frozen mit" and a few other icy con-II I M 1
fections and Mrs. O'Riley fans him
miles of Kissimmee, two out at the end of her boot Just
what happens to Slim and the un-
mile facing Orlando-Kis- ; locked for manner in which he finally D 1G 0
extracts himself and wins the fair I
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simmee brick road, $20 ; ; Molly is very laughable. -IJD
BUllS KANDY" KITCHEN t tThe r Joker. "The Cheese Special. An-
per acre if sold within' other fine comedy by the really funny NEGLECT
,. i Joker company. The biggest laugh-
; ; 30 days. 3-14-im provoking burlesque that has been released YOUR WATCH D
in months. What with the terrible -
I home of home-made Candies
pure contrasts of characters, the villain WATCH is a delicate piece
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Orange AvenueiiilltMliMtfflHttlHHMIIMHIitailHIIlim\ real train, however), and the awful less attention than most
MENDELSSOHN CLUB'S MIKADO cheese factory, there is a scent of'amusement' machinery, but must be.cIeanedmd
in the irresistible.
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., The following is the complete list perfect time. *.r .. ,
of the role for the "Mikado," to be SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS HONOR (IWith proper care a Walt iam ,
given early in May. All have consented THEIR TEACHEROn ?Watch will keep perfect tim
Mr. E. H. Gilkey left McKee Villa to accept the parts allotted for a lifetime. It will pay you t
I well to let us! clean your .w&t&
WADE and .returned to his home at Cleveland 'and rehearsals will begin at once: Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Andrew ''f'CI1.1Z cr i3 sonttu

0. The Mikado ____Mr. Cestra Lawton Harris' Sunday school class of Con

THE ORLANDO TUNER, FLA. I Mr. and Mrs. S. Dowell and daughter Nanki Poo __________Donald CheneyKo cord Park was delightfully enter- Allen & Co.

IMr. Is J Miss Audrey Dowell, left yester- Ko ________________J. M. Cheney tained at the home of one of the ,

day for Topeka, Ind., after spendingthe Pooh-Bah __________Walter Drennen members, Miss Mamie Barr, on Dot

,, winter at their bungalow on East : Pish-Tash ______________A J. Curry Circle. Each girl brought flowers JEWELERS
H. C. Baggerly, of Chicago, is ____.
Church street. Yum Yum and arranged them in a large
----------------- receptacle Everything Guaranteed.
a guest of the San Juan. ________
I Mr. 0. B. Ogletree, of Montgomery Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr which afterwards was presented
Mr. W. C. Blodgett, of Daytona, is representing the A. A. Simonds Pitti Sing _____Mrs. Jas. Magruder to their amiable teacher. The yel- Prompt Repairing.

spending today in Orlando. I & Son company, of New Orleans, Peep Bo _____Mrs. Jas. Laughlin III. low and white color scheme was car-

Dr. J. M. Masters, of Port Orange spent yesterday in Orlando, in the in Katisha __________Mrs. Edna Fuller ried out in Marechal Neil roses and

is among the visitors to Orlando to- ; terest of his firm. Umbrella Man _________W. L. Tilden white candles held in grapefruit.
Conductor of Chorus and Orchestra shells. After
: contest
an interesting
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jenkins and
day.Dr.. H. B. Osborn, of Kalamazoo, W. H. Gilette, of Lake Helen, mo- Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr. of Bible conundrums, the prize, a: Ib
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Mich., is among the late arrivals at tored over to our city Tuesday and Next rehearsal, Friday, at opera book of Day-Texts, was awarded to ==: 0 IL
house. New members must enroll at AiaHlHMtlMMIMMMtMltliliMMMiiMMIMHIlM
the San Juan. Ii the Miss Anna Jamison. When the dainty
of Mrs. A.
were guests D. Cornell
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sweet had been served each -- -- -- -
Mrs. Scott left for her home in: and Mrs. J. R. Davis. course ,
guest was given a hand made book ** .
Oneonta, N. Y., after spending the Mr. J. R. Holbrook, brother of Mr.J. .
I AT TilE ROSALIND mark little remembrance. The
as a
winter at the Melrose.Mr. P. Holblo !, hat returned to his OUAOAN-tlC f fla
class consisted of the following girls:
J. A. Cranford, a prominentnaval home at Whitesville, Ky. Mr. Holbrook -
The Rosalind club committee for Misses Hallie and Lois King, Ruth
stores operator and capitalist was a valued employe in the 1"
this afternoon announces that bridgeand Kenney, Fay Vaughan, Laura and ernon5trators
of Jacksonville, is in Orlando todayon I hoe: depar ;nl1t of the Yowell-Duck- ]
"five hundred" will be played. Anna Jamison, Anna Strickle, Alice
business. worth .
company.Mr. The games start- promptly at.-. 3:30.--- .- Bowsher, Maria Dennison, Rose Baker
Mrs. Isabelle Liggell, who has J. A. Castlen, who has been and Mamie S. Barr. J3u1\e

been acting as matron at the Church enjoying life in Orlando for several
SURPRISE FOR TEACHER
,Home and Hospital, has returned to weeks, left yesterday for his homein WANTED-Dining room help at the Are canvassing the city in the interest oft

Harrisonburg, Va. Owensboro, Ky., expecting to return Wednesday morning Miss Mary B. Orland hotel. It

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. White arrivedin I early in the fall. He will keep Atkinson, of Cathedral school, was he Pride brand of Oleo. Any orders

Orlando yesterday from Cleveland, I posted on events in this section by delightfully surprised by finding her TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

Ohio, and are making their headquarters -I reading the Sentinel. desk quite a wilderness of flowers, given them will be promptly filled by us

at the 'San Juan hotel. William C. Temple, a prominentfruit among which were asters, roses, dai- WANTED at this office, good strong, .

Mr. and Mrs. Jas. D. Gibson and grower of Winter Park, and one sies, sunflowers, pansies, violets, bot- able-bodied boy. You want the best and Pride Brand is the

sister, Miss Minnie Gibson, guests at of the most popular men in south tle brushes and carnations. Her FOR SALE

the Summerlin, leave Saturday for Florida, is spending several days in young pupils had planned this "flower Pair of mules, well matched, young, best Oleo; that is why we sell it.

their home in Youngstown, 0. Tampa. Mr. Temple was presidentof shower" as a birthday present to this sound and in good condition. H. H.
the Gasparilla carnival, and Williams, P. 0. Box 247, Orlando,
Mr. A.V.. Mills, Mrs. A. H. Mott, came popular teacher. Fla. 4-2-6t
down to attend to matters
and Miss Jennie Gay, who have been some per

spending the winter at the Wyoming, taining to the a.ssociation.-Tampa AT THE LUCERNE TODAY FOR SALE-A new bungalow, five
left for their home at Hartford, Conn. Times. rooms and bath, modern in every THE SANITARY GROCERY
shown detail. Ten minutes walk' to post- .
will be
Mrs. H. C. Miller and Mrs. L. A. I Today at the Lucerne office. Will give good bargain to
Spencer left yesterday for Miami, The Chicken and Bean supper given moving pictures of the sinking of.the prompt buyer. Owner, phone 376, CARUTHERS & GORE
and from there they will take a by the Ladies -of the Methodist Titanic. The films are as near complete city. 4-2-lw I
church, was such a success that they and is possible, and Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine StreetI'
perfect as
week's trip through the Everglades. have t
been
asked to repeat it, and will FOR RENT OR
the smallest detail the start SALE-Eight room
show
to
V Mrs. A. B. Beall and daughter, do so next Saturday flight in the store furnished house. Will' rent all or
formerly occupied by M. B. Ives. of the big ship from Southhampton,
Miss Catherine, have returned to part of it, by the month or year.
These ladies have a reputation of passengers OT. board enjoying them- Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.EasterlYlilhinery.
their home in Sioux City, after a visit giving you something good and plen-
loom into street. 4-2-2wks
j 4 with their cousin, Miss Mary E. Mc- ty of it. Supper 35c.; Ice Cream and selves, the icebergs as they Mil I Hi I MM I Mil MIMMMMMMtBWjiMiHIMHIIIMMIMMMIIMtMllimtiMIMilMIt
Cake 15c. Prompt attention. vision, the collision, the sinking of __ ._
Quarters.Mr. Olive oil and spices. We have the ---
421t. the monster ship, and in fact manyof
and Mrs. J.,P. Stevens left the best. 25 years in the business. Tryus. '
to
the details known only a very
Wyoming yesterday for their home in W A 'ED-Dining room help at the few. This film was.produced at great McElroy Pharmacy. 3-14-3t .

Atlanta. Mr. Stevens is presidentof Orland hotel It expense and trouble, and is said to be
the Stevens Engraving companyof Ladies who desire correspondencewith
one of the greatest films ever pro-
Atlanta. WANTED-At Sentinel office, good gentlemen of wealth and refine-
strong, able-bodied boy. duced. It is somewhat sensational, ment send your description and ad-
Mr. Chas. Rock, ,Sr.,. returned yesterday --- but as the story is known by everyone dress to the Metropolitan Exchange, -IN-

from Jacksonville, where he SEED! SEED! SEED! it will surely be most interest- Orlando, Fla. There is no publicityand
had been to see his son, Charles, Jr., Garden and field seed. DeLaney & no fee for ladies. 3221wk.

who is a student in the Florida Military Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf ing.The regular prices will prevail, and Eat what you want LatestStYlesAT

college. the Lucerne will have plenty of ush- Eat all you want
Eat what
i all you wantEat ers on hand to handle the large Take a postscript and forget it

TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO, a you postscript wantTake and forget itFor crowds that .will certainly storm the For sale by all druggists. -
for both and
Chiropodist men wo. l-7-d&w-lyr
sale by all durggJsts. doors.
Manicure face and
men. pedicure, l-7-d&w-lyr
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over WANTED-Dining room help at the on Court street. 12-5-tf i MISSES HiMLM DUNN jj
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-1m Try the Sentinel Job Department Orland, hotel. It


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CARNATIONS, PANSIES Arrive Clevelmd 7JO:L bf. Arrive BafaL 7.30A.M.Eaatera .
( Standard Time)
PLANTSOSTEOPATHY GmnMtioni it derclud for Pnt.b-B T.Toledo,Detroitaod pomtaTertaodSoatliimct.RailnMd
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DR. J. C .HOWELL FOR SALE QUICK SWEET POTATO PLANTSI

Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo I
Continuous show from 2 m. ,to 10 e will $1.00 thousand for
p. p. m.4ilUIMIimilillttin extra charge for house treatment Nice two-story new house, all mod pay per
ern equipment; lot 75x150; close in. Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato -
Telephone connections If taken at once will sell for $1600.1! plants, from now until June 15th.P. .
4 "irTIMIIIIIIIIIIIIll Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes. For further information, call at Sen- M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla.
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The Sanford Herald contains the interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,t i
Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. '
l1ier's directs attentionto following complimentary notice of
I Weekly a MUNNIMAKERS
the reply recently given by Dr. prominent Orlando citizen: Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale. Far 3-25-d&wtf I'

Chas. W. Eliot to the question of Hon. B. Beacham of Orlando,was inthe Rent, et&, for this column. 25c for one das FOR RENT G. i I. TRAN rtlR CU
GDe for three days or $1.00 for one week for.Eb By the year, a modern fully furnished I
;* whether he believed a spiritual awakening city yesterday, coming up to visit i words or leu. Money must acconepanj I 10-room house, with 2 bath rooms, in
"I: was imminent among the people his many friends and incidentally to the advertisements will be made for on this credit column as nonsertions the very best part of town. Apply .
:: and, if so, what form he thought pay his taxes. Mr. Beacham has to Jas. Thomson, 17 X. Orange ave

\" it would take. The distinguished educator been> a resident of Orange county for 'FOR SALE nue. 4l3tFOR ORLANDO, FLORIDA

1. replied as follows: many years and has long been identified An elegant modern home; four bed- RENT Five room cottage. Ap-
1"A new religious sentiment seems with the progressive movementsnot rooms; two bath rooms; gas and electricity ply Mrs. McDade, 307 Broadwayavenue. '
;} to me to be gradually spreading only of his own county but of the throughout; fruit trees and 4-1-lw I OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174G.
flowers. 509 East Central
1 throughout the world, and especially whole state of Florida. He has the -15-tf.. avenue.
among young people in the United reputation of being the greatest good FOR RENT-Six room house, fur
nished, modern improvements
States roads booster in the South and his FOR SALE furnished ; also
E rooms. Apply Sentinel of
"It is a sentiment which takes articles on good roads building have N rsery stock, one, two; three and fice. 4.1-lw q

t. .. small account of ceremonies, rites, been copied extensively in many ofthe four year old buds; Foster Early,
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington FOR RENT OR SALE-Good
house
sacraments creeds and but northern Mr. Beacham
dogmas, papers.
Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahla, garden and farm land, on Conway
inspires an enthusiasm for the service is of the opinion that the brick roads Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. l as ItcG

of family, neighbor, and society now being constructed in the Sanford 3-20-lm-d&w
at large. special road district will be the greatest FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. _
x For rent, three room suite for light FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the I ,
asset that
advertising the
"Guided the modern scientific
by new
.f: housekeeping; all conveniences. W m. week or month; cheap. Phone
spirit, this sentiment is developing a county could possess and that they L. Coryell, 201 Concord Ave. west, I or call at 23 E. Pine street. 571'1

new kind of Christianity, based on will prove of inestimable value in the Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf I ,.
j the ethics taught by Jesus, and particularly years to come. He is most enthusiastic FOR RENT-Two office spaces in REGULAR FREIGHT r
FOR SALE-Fine Duroc Jersey and our store at No. 91Y. Church street. SCHEDULE BETWEEN
P. for brick roads for Florida
and
the command "Thou shalt
on Berkshire pigs (crossed .
) Apply to Come in and we will show you. Pierce
;l love thy neighbor as thyself," and believes that brick and brick only will A. L. Henkel, Maitland, Fla. 3-31-2t Electric Co. 3-29-tf Orlando and Sa.nford and
i the parable of the good Samaritan." be the ultimate main highways of the Intervening

I The reply of Dr. Eliot is worth enlarging state. Points
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:L framing, and hanging up in Mr. Beacham has some magnificent _

.j every home. He may not be entirely grove property at Forest City in this Hauling of all Kinds; and Contract Work. Quick

orthodox, but he nevertheless appealsto county and having been a grove owner Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

intelligence, common sense, and many years is one of the recognized One Bungalow Left to Sell

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after all :is not a bad religion.-Pen- is planting about fifty acres more in .

R; sacola Journal. grapefruit and late oranges and in a M. J. DAETWYLERPhone ;.,111111111111.11..4..1111111. 1.11..1..11111. '
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'1) years some of the finest

'It PINE CASTLE ITEMS and largest groves in the state of
Florida. He is one of our constructive ,...THE...
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:i Pine Castle, Fla., March 31.-Mr. citizens and believes in buildingup 563

1 P. B. Wycoff, .of Orlando, was the instead of tearing down, being a Altamonte
J guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. true optimist and with all the faithin :
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state of Florida. -
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Aylard, of Winter great
l Park; Mr. N. R. Wilson, of Cleveland He is one of the Georgia crackers FOR SALE-$350 worth of new fur- FOR RENT-Six room furnished II 0
who migrated to Florida in the niture. Also piano. A bargain. house. Address
Tenn., and Mr. Harley Stine- early W. B., care Senti
*'I' spring, of Sandford, Tenn., were days with one suspender and a pairof 411 West street. 3-24-lwk nel 3-28-lw I Altamonte Springs FlaA I

guests during the week of Dr. and overalls and made good by hard FOR SALE-21-2 acres land, all un-
work and using his noodle der cultivation; good seven-room MISCELLANEOUSFOUR
r Mrs. S. W. Reed. as well ashis house, nice yard. Address S., Box beautiful 9-mi'le auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)
Mrs. Jos. Alick, of DeLeon Springs, hands, piling up a great fortuneby 671, city. 3-31-lw Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or-
investing in property at the opportune ADJOINING LOTS in Oak- chestra, etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful
with her uncle and
spent Sunday time. We need Beach- FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one wood Park now for S500.00 W. I. location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40
I. aunt, ?tlr: and Mrs. E. L. Sphaler. in Florida. more acre in bearing orange grove; six HIGGINS. 3-28-6t. acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot
f Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Sunday returned ams acres cleared; part of land suitable ROOMS for-- --- ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve
Monday morning from a short for gardening and trucking; located rates.light housekeeping; sum ments. Orange find grapefruit grove free to guests. Only 1
mer 307
half mile from city limits on public East Pine street. Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
if visit with relatives at Kissimmee. I LEAD-OTHERS FOLLOWThe road. Bargain.. Address M. C. B., 326.6t .
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Mr. Thomas Eveleth, of Palmetto, care Box 431, city. 310tfFOR
.i and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eveleth, of northern markets have WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS for GEORGE L 'BATES & SON, PROPRIETORS
SALE-Bargains in sale Fischel strain
improvedand ; $1
; setting.
per
t Orlando, spent Sunday with C. H. Busted and Prices have Slump-( unimproved land. See S. S. J. L Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla. I SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT VERNON, \. II.

-. Hoffner and family and S. Frank e 1 _This enables me to buy Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2.26-wlm 3-27-tf 11111..III.lllflllll"illlllll..I.II'I@&J"QII"lt
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goods direct from the factory incase
FOR SALE OR RENT One hundred and sixty acres of fine
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Parker, oft HinililillilifJHIMIIMIIIItitllHIIflHMtMUflHrREAL
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lots as cheap as my competitors House corner Anderson and Osceo- farm land, near Maning, North Da
Winter Park, spent* Sunday with Mrs. ; who buy in 100 case lots. la Streets, suitable for one or, two kota, 80 acres under cultivation i in ESTATE AGENTS, INVESTORS AND HOMESEEKERSATTENTION
1: M, B. Parker. You get the benefit in having families. Will make price and terms good location. Will trade for orange
't Mr. Wm. Hausel and family, J. F. fresh goods direct from the factory reasonable. A bargain. grove or city property. For full particulars '
Apply to W. H. EATON address C. E. Piatt
110 Sum- Conway,
Harris and family, and Mr. and Mrs.
at a very low cost to you.No merlin Place. 3.9-lw. Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw
;( J. G. Tyner and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. old shelf in
t worn goods my TRIO OF BLUE RIBBON Sicilian
if Matchett were a party filling three store or lying around for monthsin WANTED Buttercup Chickens for sale at cut ,

} autos that went to Apopka Sunday to a ware house, exposed to rats, i. prices. $12. Tillinghast stock. Tel.

attend the Fifth Sunday union services roaches and dirt. I am not the VANTED the dining-Two room good and girls one,for one for -Ensign--559,--ring- -4. 3-27-lw I offer for $1,900, two-story, six-ioom cottage, with rose \ \
... of the Wekiwa Baptist Associa oldest of the largest store in Orlando housework. Apply Mrs. W.general C.- BROWN LEGHORN EGGS-for---sale--; house and shed. Located at 307 West Street, north. Close in; near *

tion, and greatly enjoyed the occa l but I claim to be the money Temple, Winter Park Fla. 3-24-tf pure stock; $1 per setting. J. L Park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also six-room bungalow; oil i
finish, double verandas. Special heating and bath room facilities.
sion. Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla.
i I saver for the people and sell 3-27-tf Large, roomy basement, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laun-
Mr. John Sweet, of :Miami, is visit WANTED-Neat, accurate,' willing I
the best goods at the cheapest dry or furnace. .Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
ing at the home of his brother, C. J.: price. stenographer, two years experi-I I W. T. ENTRICAN. House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These lots
: nce, furnish
can good
connect at the corners, with rose house between. I offer the
Sweet. Offers to Orlando the
You sires newest and best
don't )have to wait until position. Willing to
begin
on
I whole for $3kOO; and allow dealer's commission. Open to all
of \
workmanship in the
-f Mrs. Martha Mills is visiting at the after to moderate salary. Now employed. painting and
supper get bargains amy t I
< home of her son, J. B. Mills, at'Clarcona. store, but can them Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla. I Idecoratine.I trade. Phone 636. "NT
you get J-21-lwk E. A .e. OO
l' "iO. at any time. si.r V *
Messrs. J. H. Monford and Thos. Watch WANTED-Position Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
my blackboard 'and as chauffeur, by on Court street. 307 WEST STREET, NORTH ORLANDO, FLA. | ;.\
;t.:: R. Jones, of Philadelphia, Pa., gavean windows for special sales and steady, reliable man. Willing to 12-5-tf
entertainment' at the school audi go anywhere. Address "Chauffeur,' BIMMMMMHMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
torium Wednesday evening which was prices.DAVE care of Morning Sentinel. 3-26-lw WANTED-25 family washings at
CARUTHERS once, from 50
fi very good and was well patronized. The WANTED-Competent white girl for I i, Laundry. Phone 654.cents up. Home
Rolla
Friend
People's Reel.
Phone' 648 7 E. Church St. Small general family housework.Apply 310 Sleep Anderson home. I 13-8- IE f rH[ f TI R m T f [W

r RURAL EDITOR'S COMMENT street after 10 o'clock a. m. 3-3t. .

II The Montgomery_ III pep Buy& your Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLa a. FOR RENT-Seven room house and I!::''IIIIIIIIIIIII'1: : : \\ \ \\\ \\\\\ \\ \ \\\\ \\\+MIIIMMMMMMMIThere's
County ( )) big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf good barn. Centrally located. Inquire -
News has the following comment on at this ofice. 3293t.

two incidents of recent. date. Warman Repairs and Retires Baby WANTED TO EXCHANGE-Buick Show Here
F.f 4 "A few days ago Lord Decies, Carriages on Court street 125tftttmmiMtiiiiiMttii automobile, in running order, for a Style j
ft, while traveling in California with his cow and calf. Address Box 32.
? wife, lost his handbag containing his 3-31-3t
comb and brush and had to comb his
: hair with his wife's comb. This interesting -I WANTED-Any variety of sweet
g item of news was telegraphed {IForSale I potato plants. Will contract at 75c Every Day in the Year .
It all over the world by the per thousand until June 1st, or will I ,
g', American Press. And now another, contract: at $1.00 per thousand during -
Startling news item has been disco April Fred M. Preston, Pine
t ered. Miss Eleanor Wilson, the Castle, Fla. 3-20-d&w-tf
tr. President's daughter attended a theater Homemakers will find visit through :
Modern our
a
a few nights ago and not having 8-room : WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto
'i had her supper actually ate a bun Orlando,good neighborhood,reasonable -I
f: while viewing the performance. This, House 2 doors distance of schools and big store an interestin.g treat. We have here the :
{: to, was hurriedly telegraphed all ov- es. Must be good land, church-I
..- the continent. Yet some people west of Wyoming trucking and poultry raising.
l \ think the capers are publishing pif's place with out buildings, but not absolutely most delightful of necessities for the furnishingof
"i, when they say that Abner Green Hotel Bar- necessary if price is right.'i
has Give full particulars to B. R. Mont-
,v- painted his barn or that Mrs the modern home.
Kate Kernoodle has boils." gain.A. gomery, 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jacksonville -
This comment is really more to t Fla. 3-16 tf I
t point than those of the city, who a b-H !
not interested in the painting of A ESCAPED FROM PASTUREonnight We in furniture at
specialize high-grade a
} ner Green's barn, neither do they understand of March 26, Jersey cow,
how concerned "Mr. Green' L. Bentley, very dark colored:, crumpled horns,H ?: ; .
'ill be when learns of the indisposition five years old, no marks or brand. moderate price. We invite you to come in and
:; of "Mrs. Kernoodle." ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUEI Was giving good flow of milk. Suit
But the people of the rural districts I able reward will be paid for return of
i' are as greatly interested in .MMIMMIIMMMMMIMtMMMMMMMIMMIMM I said' cow or information which will look over the display.
rr.: what is going on in their midst as lead to her recovery. I. C. Reed,I
} .6 the city people in what is doing + Church Grove on Lake Underhill,
a around them. Irs. Kernoodle" is 41 three miles east of Orlando. Phone
:: as greatly interested in the painting 559 Ring 3. 4-1-d&wlt
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i of "Mr. Green's barn as the city man Shoe Repairing PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHT
:f is ,to learn that "Mr. Billions" is going WANTED-Ladies to bring their
( to erect a 'steen story building byTARCEL combings to us. Don't destroy .
ij on the corner of Eleventeenth Street POSTMen's them. We will make what you want:
... and Millionaire row. Come and see our stock and examineour I "
ti It may be funny to the city man tread work. We invite inspection. If I
the rural newspapers and not Half Soles 7sc to 8sc you havn't the hair we supply it Our
the character of the "news" published Ladies' Half Soles, 60e to 75c stock is genuine. We make every
A therein, but those for whom it i is Children's H Seles, SOc to 750 thing to order. We pay cash for
Kincaid & SnowdenCor.
written and printed want just what Hand Turned Soles, SI.o" combings.We .
they get. They are not expecting Heels Repaired, beg'to announce that we have
anything else, and they do not want iSo it.the. 2c secured the exclusive agency for the I
if "Aunt Sally Jones spends All work returned in 24 hours. well-known and popular Clow's Knit
day with 'Grandma' Smith the country Orders without remittance rear Hosiery. Drop us a card and samples
t weekly prints it. Ye rural edit turned C. 0. D. We pay will be submitted for your in
know ._news when he,sees it. t return postage. spection handle at are your the leisure.kind that The satisfy.goodswe LOW( PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE

NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar
Practically aH stock of the Nation' land St 3-23-1

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been subscribed. The new institutionWill. 19 East Pine Street Garden and field seed. DeLaney &

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4 I i : $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruitand ; Of Cleanliness Of Quality j :
orange trees. 120 are
!! large seedlings and the balanceare
I from one to three year old FRESH AND SALT MEATS
buds. Near city.$3,250.Choice FISH AND GAME
': home in city; 8
i rooms large lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
2100.Good 7-room house,
I East Side. Close in, only five Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh !
minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.
of choice lots and a num-
I ber of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ;
and grove propositions. We have everything in the Meat Line.
for rent several furnished bun-
galows and flats close in. Some
j e r r winter by the season year and begins.others Call'till and the The PARLOR MARKET

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H. M. Self & Co.

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z'i made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. ;

Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin. &I Co..

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i1 giate contest, and it is expected that t
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tain winning the prize with such a
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Avery. contestants at
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TRAVELERS: : CHCQUCSIN : : the judges selected Miss Avery =- ,
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every country of the civilized world, 3gj II W. -Blackman, the president, will *T
} f .B.A." Cheques are accepted by hotels, :.J$ I be awarded by him to Miss Avery
railways, steamship lines and the best shops ij when it arrives. It was not ordered* j although it v/ill le offered yon .

generally. Issued in any amount desired, in '. H'| until the contest was decided, for the

3: $10, $20, $50 and $100. As safe and handy y- form of the badge was to be deter- i _
+ as your own check book is at home. Useless .y<; mined by the winner. It will be a

till signed, and your signature identifies you. f3fsu& > I golden pendant, and will be worn by
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the winner with warrantable pride. Open a lank account today and increase your


.l 1 WEDNESDAY CLUB GUESTS OF balance each week, and soon you will Lave a sub
MRS. SCHNARR

Because of Holy Week, the mem- stantial amount.
1r "' "" v- j
bers of the Wednesday Card club meta

e week in advance of their usual date, :

and were the guests of Mrs. John

Schnarr yesterday afternoon. With


"f" the pin, regular Mrs. Cohoon players, Mrs.were W.Mrs.G. John-Hop- i I : ':Nll'J i'( lBi t rvna':15*
ffopks tr' llli"It
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t, ; son and Mrs. Chas. Granniss, who \rl
substituted for several members who
4. 1 I were unable to attend. "
is a pleasure to serve you.
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scores were added the

highest number of points were credited -

to Mrs. Cohoon. I II

The hostess, aided by her daughter,

L I served a delicious salad course, and

strawberries with cream.
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CHANGE OF DATE FOR U. D. C. ity of the members do not desire the The club will be entertained on 'I I I If I fl I luI I I II i I I ilu I 1 1 I I li III I i i"l--cf

: CONVENTION DISCUSSEDA change. Wednesday, April fifteenth, by Miss fl / I I i 6i h r
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1 The convention for 1914 was to McKee

special meeting of the Annie have ben held in Kissimmee next The members participating in yes- ANSWERING INQUIRIES TAX COLLECTOR BOONE WAS Mr. J. B. Tuggle, southern repre-

Coleman Chapter of the U. D. C. was month, but owing to the matter now terday's games were Mrs. E. J. Tem- AS TO NEW SCHOOL HOUSEDr. BUSY PERSON YESTERDAYCity sentative of the Virginia Paper com-
held yesterday at the home of Deaconess -I under consideration it is possible that ple, Mrs. 0. S. Robinson, Miss McKee, Tax Collector C. A. Boone wasa pany, spent yesterday in Orlando

Parkhill, with an unusually the delegates will meet elsewhere.The Mrs. J. I. Thornton, Mrs. W. E. Hud- J. F. McKinnon, superintendentof very busy person yesterday, makingout I calling on the trade.
large number of members in attend- regular meeting of the Annie son, and Mrs. J. B. Lawton. public instruction and secretary of receipts for tax payers who had i I
Mr. H. C. Bretney, Florida
board has received inquiries passen-
many
the
ance. Colman Chapter will be held on sent in the amount of their assess-
of the Louisville & Nashville
the school building ger agent
k. The for discussion 15th. CITY CLERK FINISHES FIRST concerning new last minute the number
topic was the Wednesday afternoon, April ments at the with in
railway, headquarters
which is to be constructed during
proposed change of date for the an- QUARTERLY STATEMENTCity 'of these being so great that it was Jacksonville the
The time for receiving was among popular
nual state convention. In previous WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS Clerk Carl Jansen yesterday the summer. impossible to do more at the time
in Orlando
11 and it is transportation people yes-
years this meeting has taken place in finished compiling the first quarterly bids will close April than make a memorandum of them .
:k' May, but the state president has suggested The regular monthly meeting of statement under the commission form likely that a special meeting of the and issue the receipts later. The delinquent terday.Dr.
will be called to consider them. C. P. McCall, of Apopka, wps
board
that the date be fixed for November the Woman's Relief Corps will be of government. The statement will list will be made out as soon,
will in the city yesterday. Apopka h shad
begin soon
i and a request has been made held at the home of Mrs. E. F. Sperryon be published in full in the Sentinel Building operations as as possible and sent to the city at-:

4 that the various cbapters throughout Thursday, April 2, at 3 o'clock. A within a few days, but as yet has not as practicable thereafter.T. !I torney for collection, along with the an unusually good season, the '
much in real estate aft
being activity
Florida voice their preference in the full attendance is desired. been made public. Clerk Jansen was. penalty which is one per cent. per,
matter. A vote'was taken yesterday By order of the president. engaged last night in putting it into S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone! month ever since the taxes were due that live town, and the doctor reports*'

in the local chapter, and the major- MISS CANFIELD, Sec typewritten form for presentation. 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf| October 1. the people generally prosperous.
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