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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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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 TWO. ORLANDO. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914. NUMBER 45.FIRST .



STATEMENT[ [ Of f BURTON N ij QUITS CITRUS E.XCHANCE[ R RESERVE[ [ BOARD NAMES TWlVflTlfS '[

I O QUARTERLY A AS SALES MANAGER fOR RESERVE[ [ BANKS i MORNING FIRE WRECKS f K CENTER OfS1. f




. CITY COMMISSION I IS INTERESTING[ [ Friction Which Leads Burton to Is the Allowed Action to by Atlanta for Florida Will Be-and the Several Banking Other Center ,!I 1. A AUGUSIINE'dJI1N' GREAT\Il LOSS .


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+. SUMMARY OFjWORK SHOWNIN JOHN f. LUTHER STRICKEN[ AND resignation practical resignation Washington, April 2.-Special.-( ) FRANK SAYS HE I IS A LIVING : FIVE HOTELS REDUCED TO

I REPORT OF CITY MAY NOT I RECOVER -of Sales Manager R. P. Dividing the United States, exclusive I::, A ARGUMENT b AGAINST J CONVICTION ASHES BESIDES NUMBEROF

CLERK Burton of the Florida Citrus Exchange of Alaska, into twelve districts, the RESIDENCES
reserve bank organization'committee
was accepted at a meeting of I -
-
Popular Florist Suffers Partial Strokeof today named the following twelve cities Gives Reasons Why He Could Not

THE NANC1 l' STATUS IS G GOOD D Paralysis the While Drivingin the tion board held yesterday of directors at their of the offices institu-in banks as are those to in be which located.federal reserve Have Been the Slayer of FLAMES DESTROY Y COURT HOUSE[

Country
the Citizens' bank Mary Phagan
......:.- building, says the Boston, New York, Philadelphia,
Tampa Times of
Thursday. Cleveland, Richmond, Atlanta, Chi-
LOSS ESTIMATED AT THREE-
MANY BUILDING PERMITS IS- Mr. John F. Luther, the florist, was Mr. Burton was granted an indefi- cago, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Kansas Atlanta, Ga., April 2.-Thousands

SUED INDICATING CONTINUED stricken with paralysis Wednesday nite leave of absence, but the action City, Dallas, and San Francisco. of influential American men and women QUARTERS OF MILLION IN

GROWTH OF CITY night about 9:30 while driving in the virtually comes to an acceptance of District number six, with Atlanta and many leading newspapers ADDITION TO ANTIQUESIN

IN CONSTRUCTION country. He had stopped his car and the offer of resignation he made fouror as the banking center, has jurisdiction -I are pleading with the state of Geor- VEDDER BUILDINGSt.

had gotten out to raise the top when five months ago when there was over Florida, Alabama, Georgia,| gia to give Leo M. Frank another

the stroke seized him, rendering his some dissatisfaction expressed I trial, lest a "judicial murder" be
1 has among i southern Mississippi, parts of south-|II Augustine, April 2.Shortlyafter ;
City Clerk Carl Jansen competed right arm useless and affecting the members of the board. I committed.I .
1 o'clock this
ern Tennessee, southeastern Dpuis- morning a police
his first quarterly report for vocal cords so that he was unable to Those who know the inside work- I M. Frank himself sits in his officer discovered flames bursting out
the commissioners, and the docu-
city iana.The
in the speak. ings of the exchange say the present capital stock of the Atlanta reserve death cell waiting to be hanged on from a second story window in the
ment, which will be printed who with him at the
Friends were matter is the outgrowth of the trou- bank will amount to $4,641,415,![I April 17-his thirtieth birthdayforthe south wing of the Florida House, a
Sentinel in full, is interesting in many him back to town and
time brought ble between Mr. Temple and Mr. Bur- on a basis of six per cent. of three murder of 13-year-old Mary Pha- huge frame structure, used as a tour-

details. carried him to the McEwan sanita- ton about a year ago. hundred and seventy-three assenting gan, an employe in the factory of ist hotel.
It is recounted that during the where he sank into unconsciousness .
rium -
At that time Mr. Temple's resignation national banks in the district. which Frank was superintendent.Only Though the officer called the fire
meetings of the com- and remained in that conditionat
twenty ,
quarter was accepted and Mr. Burtonwas Richmond, Va., has been made the an extraordinary motion fora department, which responded promptly -
missioners as the city council have a late hour last night. Grave censured for some of the thingshe banking center for the district to include new trial stands between Frank and and worked desperately, the build-

been held with ,a full board presentat fears are entertained for him. had done, though it was expressly the District of Columbia, and the gallows. He has been tried and ing was rapidly consumed and the
each. A traffic ordinance hast Mr. Luther's Charles Luther,
new son stated that reports of any the states of Maryland, Virginia, convicted in the county superior fire spread to adjoining structures.In .
been adopted and is now in effect, of Beaufort S. C., was telegraphedfor wrong-
,
doing were utterly without foundation North and South Carolina, and all court; his appeal for a new trial de- an incredibly short space of timea

t and a building code has been formulated and is expected to arrive today. Mr. Burton, whose nature is of West Virginia except the countiesof nied by the judge of the trial court; broad area had been destroyed.The .

by a committee appointed by most sensitive to affront, brooded Marshall, Ohio, Brooke and Han- II later by the Georgia supreme court, hotel was filled with guests, .

the council over the trouble with Mr. Temple, and cock. This district includes four hun- and his appeal for a reopening of his and the firemen gave first attention

One of the first acts of the councilwas UNITED[ .STATES A [EXPRESS ASKS though it was generally regarded at dred and seventy-five national banks I! case before the supreme court turned to their rescue. It was only this

to retire $10,000 of the old seven that time that he came out on top, and the reserve bank will have a cap I down. prompt action that prevented loss of

per cent. clay bonds, and to give legal ROADS TO CANCEL CONTMCTSGiant ( still he has worried over the slight ital stock of $6,303,866.The : Frank is probably the first white life. Although no one perished in the

notice that the balance of the censure which he received. organization committee will j man in the history of the South who flames, two were seriously injured,

issue would be retired January 1, Several take no part in the location of branch has been convicted largely on the tes- one of whom may die. An unknown
months he
sent
Corporation Preparing to With- ago a com- I
1915.One munication to the board in which he banks other than presenting them timony of a negro. woman who leaped from the third

election was held during the draw From Business Field expressed the wish that some one with such information as is filed at I Interest is added to the case in the story of the Florida House suffered a

quarter to fill the place on the boardof by End of June should be trained for his place as the treasury.All I faithfulness of Frank's wife, who visits broken back and is expected to die.

bond trustees made vacant by the sales manager of the exchange. The material collected by the committee him daily in his cell. A. Libbey, a young man, also jumped

resignation of Mr. E. F. Sperry, Mr.J. New York, April 2.-(Special.)- letter was not worded exactly like a will be placed at the disposal I "My faith has not been shaken in from an upper story. His leg was

T. Hendricks being chosen to fill With a view to abandoning businessby resignation but the board took it to of the reserve banks and the reserve God nor man," Frank declared to a broken. Others escaped with minor

the place. June 30, the United States Express mean that Mr. Burton meant to sever boar whn they are organized and correspondent in his death cell. injuries.The .
have been ready to consider the establishmentof "I am a living argument againstmy buildings destroyed follow:
f Fifty building permits company has sent notices to the his relations with them when he

issued, the total amount of the new railroads asking for an abrogation of thought the place had been filled to branch banks. conviction. Florida House, Monson House,
"My youth was clean, I married Clairmont hotel, Central hotel, power
building operations for the period be- contracts with them. the satisfaction of all.
in the of early, a good woman, Southern born, boat house on the bay front, Lynn
ing represented sum $70,380.

The clerk has issued 191 dog licenses -I because The notices the contracts are being contain sent out clauses now arose Some over further the matter difference of his of opinion succes- T TO DRIVE[ FEDERALS[ [ OUT BEFORE[ [ who the was South accustomed, where men to the pay courtesyof homageto Rogero two-story residence brick building court house, Clarence, Mrs.

12 milk and 63
licenses per- that notice of thirtysixty and ninety The I
sor. board felt it
was best to ANNOUNCING VICTORY women. She was bred to demand Lizzie Smith residence, Genovar the-
mits to streets for .
open plumbing.The days must be given railroads.J. train F. L Skelley, northern sales of toward
this gentleness men wo ater building, Sylvester blacksmith
fines and forfeitures in police H. Biggar, manager of the com- agent, for the place. Mr. Burton had -
men. shop, Nook cottage, J. D. Fuller resi-
court have amounted to $974, arising pany's foreign department, is now in placed another man from Kansas
That Is Believed to Be Policy of Villain "Now listen hereHe paused as dence, Gould T. Butler residence and
from 193 warrants issued. Of this Europe winding up the European City, in mind, and there
was some he paced his cell-don't miss this. cottage, Atlantic House, George W.
number 192 cases were tried and 137 business. The United States Express friction over this, it is stated. Regard to the Capture
"If I had been what I am charged Corbett residence, Dr. G. W. Potter
fines imposed in 45 cases cash bondsA' has not taken new busi- of Torreon
; any
company
At any rate, about a month ago Mr. with being, if I was low and vile, residence, Old Vedder building, which
were forfeited, in 10 cases defendantswere ness abroad for the last six months.
Burton sent out a letter to the sub- would a woman with her traditions, contained the historical collection of
discharged, and in one case the I
I exchange managers stating that he El Paso, Tex., April 2.-Special.( ) her fine sensibilities, continue to liveas the historical society, alof which
defendant had departed for parts un-
i had seen reason to withdraw his resignation -The Torreon battle situation remained my wife? Isn't the answer to that, was lost; Joseph flat building, Sal-
known. Of the number of cases tried ST. J JOHNS APPROVES[ B BOND ISSUE[
and would stay with the unchanged today, so far as question the answer to charges las building, Sanchez building, Mon-
118 were for volation of the traffic
board. The letter was not addressedto can be learned from ofticials at Jua against me?" son cottage and several smaller cot-
ordinance there 74 of BY LARGE[ MMORI1Y
; were cases
the board but to managers of the Frank gave what he termed physical -! tages.
drunkenness 50 of the number
occur- rez.Their '
sub-exchanges and many members of only information from the and psychological reasons why he Buildings damaged by flames:
ring during fair week.
the board felt that Mr. Burton had front was to the effect that the fed- could not have killed Mary Phagan. Lynn frame building, Magnolia hotel '
Gives Vote of Two to One for Issueof i
The total collections from all most tactlessly slapped the board in erals were entrenched in the canyon ]i j He maintains that the murder was innately Nourey paint shop, Deardoff resi-

sources during the quarter amountedto $650,000 for Building the face in going over its head to De-la-Huarache and still putting upa vicious, and discusses three dence and other smaller structures.The .

$37,820, and the disbursements Good RoadsSt. say that he would not resign at this stubborn defense. The constitu- periods of man's life to prove that flames spread east and north,

amounted to $43,173.04. The disbursements time. tionalists obtained no advantage in he himself is free from vicious taint. fanned by a stiff breeze, and carried

included the $10,000 for Augustine, Fla., April 2.-St. The matter was discussed at some their attempt to dislodge the federals "Could guilt look and talk as I do," the Genovar opera house in their
the retirement of the clay bonds, and from their positions after night of he said, "and sleep 10 hours every This frame building
Johns county, by voting in favor of length and yesterday's action is said a path. was a large ;

I the large amounts paid out for the bonding for good roads to the extentof to have been the result. Just what continuous fighting.The I night? My training, my life, have and was soon entirely enveloped

sewer work, septic tanks and street almost three-quarters of a million Mr. Burton expects to do is not officials made known to the made me aesthetic, not callous. I in flames.It .

work. The balance on hand is $19- dollars, placed herself in the front stated. He owns a 100-acre grove in press that Villa is in possession of I would be the first to feel remorse was shortly after this structure

831. ranks of the most progressive coun- Lake county that for some time has practically all the city of Torreon,I I and show it Do I seem a hauntedman went that a call was sent to Jack-

ties of Florida yesterday. The good needed more attention than he has but he refused to call his victory complete ? sonville for help. Chief Haney and a

roads bond issue, after one of the been able to give it and it is possiblehe while the canyon remains un- "The desire to commit such a portion of his equipment, including a

JESSE>E C C. MIN SUICIDES AT most vigorous campaigns in the history may devote his time to the care of taken. crime as the murder of Mary Phagan truck: and engine, were rushed hereon

does not spring up in an instant," h a special train, making record
this
of the country, was passed yes- property. He is an able sales
HOME GAINfSVlllf
I went on. "My youth and my college time and the influence of the trained
,
and it
terday by an overwhelming vote, two manager may be that he will
votes being cast in favor of the issueto affiliate with some of the opponentsof I BliZZARD OVERTAKES[ CREW OF F life show that I was clean. I have fire fighters was soon felt, althoughthe

I proved my character to be good andI flames were then surging through
cast in the exchange. There
every one opposition. was gossip
Traveling Salesm'an Well Known In Advocates of the good roads bond some time ago that he intended to I NEVI FOUNDLAND f N SEALER say that no man without inherent almost the entire area destroyed.Had .

Orlando Grows DespondentOver issue prepared for the election in a start an opposition co-operative fruit: vice could have killed her, because I it not been, however, for the

have not lived a vicious life, thoughtin help of the Jacksonville firemen and
111 Health most comprehensive manner, inform- marketing organization but it is hardly -
Sixty-four Seal Hunters Frozen to the vicious that is necessaryto the of the Ponce de Leon
ing the voters just what roads wouldbe likely that he expects to do this way companies

Gainesville improved, how and when the contracts and indeed, he once denied that he I Death and Other Members such a murder. and Alcazar hotels a greater loss
Fla., April 2.-Jesse C. of that sort isn't the out-
"Crime have resulted. !
Badly Injured
might
,
Clarke would be let and when the pav- had anything of the kind in mind. It
one of the pioneer traveling come of instant passion, but of yearsof At the request of the police Adjutant
salesmen ing would be done. Realizing that it would seem that the field for co-op-
the heart of at the home South, shot himselfin was the biggest issue the people of erative marketing organization is St. Johns, N. F., April 2.-Spe-( vice. I did not murder Mary Pha- General Foster called out Com-

fore here shortly be- the county had ever been called uponto filled by the Florida Citrus Exchange.The cial.)-Details of what will likely gan." I pany G, of the state troops, to keep

noon todayMr.. Clarke, who decide, the leaders initiatd a com- prove the worst disaster of its kind He stood, his hands behind hi back the crowds and to protect household -
for many years represented the exchange took a step yester- in back looking straight at his hearer effects which
and many years are fragmentary to- were piled high in
Rountree Trunk and Bag company of prehensive vigorous campaign. day which will cause much satisfa- the iron bars of his cell. He I
night, but it is known that some timeon through the streets.As .
Richmond, was very popular in all ST. JOHNS REMAINS WET ction in limiting the number of members Tuesday while the crew of the turned, walked back and forth a few the flames spread to the east all
of the board directors to the I
sections.
.
He
returned here last week Jacksonville Fla. i sealer "Newfoundland" were.on the f steps, and faced his interviewer j the buildings to the bay front were
from a trip through April 2.-Spe-( I number of sub-exchanges. This will
Mississippi and : ice floes hunting seals a terrific bliz- again."I carried before them.
cial. In the wet election j
) dry
or
but member to
Texas and in mean one a county
being poor health decided zard overtook them and they were cut am hopeful," he said simply. Among the buildings first to
i held in St. Johns county today the j go
to abandon the duties of sales- and will cut the membership of the
off from the steamer. His words trailed into silence. The was the St. Johns county court house,
( county went wet by at least four board from about twenty to ;,
man to enter a hospital He leavesone hundred majority. men The fury of the storm drove them jail, which is of iron, even to the I which had been supposed to be a fireproof -
twelve. It is believed that the cut
daughter and
several brothers, further out on the ice and as far as steps and circular passageways on I structure. The ballots in yes-
each of whom is well known in will make for greater efficiency and I
com- United States Marshal J. C. Brown can be ascertained from the brief each floor, rang with the sharp, harsh terday's good roads bond electioni
mercial circles. it is certain that some districts which i
has appointed James H. Curtis, of have felt that they were not fully wireless dispatches from vessels in noise of the cries of many prisoners. I i I were in an open hall of the court

the vicinity of the "Newfoundland," house and but for the heroic effortsof
Key West, to succeed John W. War-i represented heretofore will be better j
Mr. Clarke was.well known in Or- .."\ as deputy marshal of Key West, satisfied. There has been some dissatisfaction sixty-four sealers are dead, having CASTRO: SUSPECTED OF STARTING County Commissioner Townsend

lando, having made this point for the appointment, taking place yester-. because Polk county was been recovered from the ice by rescu- ANOTHER REVOLUTION j I' would have been destroyed. Without

years in ,the course of his business day., thought to have more representationthan ing crews, and thirty-seven have been Willemstad, Curacao, April 2. thought of the danger he rushed into

., itinerary. He was here only a weekor recovered alive. (Special.)-Private advices from Ca- the flaming building and though al-
it was entitled to and this will (
two ago, and at that time ap- The Times-Union has subscribed now be remedied.See racas report that another revolutionis most overcome by the smoke carried

peared to be in the best of health and $500 in cash to the reunion fund, be- THE WEATHER on in the state of Falcon, Venezue- the ballots! boxes to the street. .:

spirits. He was of a jovial disposition -] sides columns of valuable space in its Florida: Generally fair Friday and la. tXhe;: movement started three days 1 Ballots which had been preparedfor

and the news, of his suicide will: daily edition for promoting purposes. the elegant assortment of Easter Saturday; slightly cooler Friday in ago. It is not known whether it is today's wet and dry election were
cards and booklets Curtis
l' be a great shock to his'friends here. I Il This is'most commendable. O'Neal's Book and Stationery at Store.& north portion. ,backed by Castro interests. 1 (Continued on page 4)4f .

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I THE QUALITY STORE I STORE WITH THE GOODS I IOrlando's A Genuine Real (EstateGood Bargainin .... .


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eight-room house, I I
j with connected kitchen

first class landal
twenty acres
TODAY AT *
cleared, 315 bearing .
Orange Trees, in first 'class _.
t TESTED DRUG STORE condition, fine bloom. Land

can easily be sub-divided Grand Theater i

into five-acre tracts, is on

road to Conway, 21.2 I

: : OLIVEOIL GARDEN Read this Column miles from Court House, :
road on two sides, main I "THE THEATER BEAUTIFUL"

Goods advertised in this column are road will be bricked this ,
W are among the largest dealers in SEED at Special prices and this sale is only year. Has rural delivery, FLORIDA'S FINEST PICTURE HOUSE
pare imported Olive Oil in this section.: for a limited time.
and shool Sold to
We import only the best oil through ..Don't delay planting your garden Violet Ammonia (%5e size), special lit. wagon.
t our broker in New York. We sell Now is the time Sted.LIVINGSTON and. our store the This is a delightful adjunct to the close and estate. CHEAPfor COME AND SEE FOUR REELS OF THE LATEST PIC-
this Oil under fall guarantee. place to buy your bath. Try one bottle under our guar cash, or very reasonable

1-% Pints .......................I .%5 antee. terms will be made. TURES, WITH GOOD MUSIC BY A SUPERB ORCHESTRA -
: Pints ... ... ................. .51 Pels Xaptha Soap ( bars for ....28c.
Quarts ... ... ... ............ 1.00 IMP. TOMATO Ivory Soap C bars for ........28c. LORD & BRADSHAW IN THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. AN HOUR '
Special prices on larger quantities. Life Bony Soap ( bars for .....27c.
SEED, $2.25 per lb. Fairy Soap, 6 bars for ........%8e. Exclusive Agents AND A QUARTER'S ENTERTAINMENT FOR TEN ,

Country Gentlemen Corn ...$1.00 pk. Lan Soap, C bars for ...........27e.
Castile Soap Stowell's Evergreen ........$1.09 pk. Grandpa's Tar Soap. 6 bars for ,.%7c. 111.tllllllllllllllllllll/ CENTS
Florida Favorite Melon Seed. Delaney's Hard Water Soap 3
Alabama Sweet Melen Seed.
Tom Watson Melon Seed. Cakes for ......... .........2k.I .
Pare Imported Cutile Soap Ib ..%Ie. Georgia Rattlesnake Melon Seed. Dr. Buchmaster FRIDAY, APRIL 3
> Mottled Castile Soap Ib ........21c. Rockeyford Canteloupe Melon Seed. I
A ,One pound of this Soap makes about i Moth DestroyersMoth "THE LION AND THE MOUSE," Chas Klien's Mas-
4 ten-cent cakes.Sunflower.
DISTILLED EXTRACT Osteopathic Physician terpiece-6 REELS. Special Music by a five-piece Or-
> Balls 3 Ibs for .......-.lie. '"
WITCH HAZELThis Lavender Comp, box ......... .13c. 132 Orange Avenue chestra.
Seed Cedar Mothaline box .......... .15c.
is a good remedy for cuts,
bruiaes and mosquito bites. Pint bottle We guarantee these to keep your Next door to People's Bank,
A good feed for chickens. Ib ....7c. ..... ... ... ... ... .... ..25e. I, clothes from moths.Perfume up-stairs. Acute and chron ONE OF THE GREATEST PRODUCTIONS EVER

ic diseases treated SHOWN IN ORLANDO. .
Initial SHIVAR GINGER ALEThis Sale Etc.
: PaperWe Telephone 578. ,,
ginger ale is one of the best
are closing out this stock at ridiculously on the market. It is made with the Carnation Extract (ZSc. bottle)...%Ic.
'.J low prices. famous Shivar mineral water at Crab Aple Extract (%5t. bottle)..21c.

50e tame for ..................38c. Shelton S. C, and is not only excellent I Japanese Honey Suckle (%Sc. bottle) ...
%value..21c.. : for the stomach but good sell for ............... ... ... ... ..%Ie. WOOD, COAL AND ICE
also. We
Highland Plaid Paper. the kidneys can you
Fieldshire Linen. %St. value .....21c. any quantity of this ale. By the dozenor Field Violet Ext (tic bottle).....19c. I-
case. .Single bottle pint size...Uc. Whisk Brooms (2k value) .....19c. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal I.
Paradise Lawn. %Sc.alae .....19c. ... .....
Per Dozen ... ... .. .. $1.50 Tooth Brushes ..... tlMimilllllMitRf
(lie value) .Ik. Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
i' Tooth Brushes (3k value)......26c.
Partial List Miner Tooth Brushes (SOc value).....42c.
D. C. COED CAPSULESIf Soap Boxes (2k value)..........ISc.
'a > Collates Violet Talc ...........Ik.
al WatersVichy the change in the weather hu Colgate's Cashmere Boquet .. .....Ik.Menntns .
; given you a cold it will surprise you Talcum .. ............Ik. Y For Economy and Purchase Power -
'i. to see such prompt relief from the Violet Talcum ................ .Ik.
{ use of D. C. Capsules for cold in the Violet Talcumm Ibs ..........
) 21c.
Water. (
head. Price ... ... ... ........2k. of your "Try Wright's"
Buffalo Lithia Water. money,

Harris Spring Water.
Abilena Water. 7590This Toilet, Paper S Farm.
Pluto Water.
White Rock Water. is a prescription for neuralgia Waldorf (Big k value) 5 rolls ... .. : Is it Critrus land of Qualitys?
Appollinaris Water. and nervous headaches especially recommended for..... ... ... ... ... ....2k.
I in cases of headache caus- Scott's Tissue 3 Rolls for ........%Sc. "' R
: Apenta Water. ed from over-eating or nervousness. Palmetto (lOc.) 3 rolls for ......%Sc. ems. The picture will tell the story,
) Rubinot Water.I' Contains no opiates, or babit-forming Formaldehyde and Sulphur Fumigators -
Veronica Water. drugs. If not relieved yoNir money ............ ... ........%St. "Yes "
I: Poland Water. I back Price .....................%St. Scott's Tissue Towels ... ... .....lOc.I Price tells the Bargain.

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NEW JERSEY ASKED TO AID IN sessed in the name of W. T. Champneys. -: REAL B
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GRAND DAUGHTER Of fORMffil Part Certificate No. 121, dated June 6, -
CLEANING UP GUNMEN :ita, ixtn; ; :%
1910: Lots 45 to 48 and 51 to 54, Blk C., ouaano ttc>rsno ? bargain sale.
PRESIDENT BEGS[ fOR JOB New York, April 1.-In the cam- Apopka.Champneys.Part Assessed. : in the name of W. T.

: :. paign to drive gunmen from New Certificate, No. 122, dated June 6,
1910: Lot 63, Block F. Apopka. Assessed in
York, Chief Police Magistrate Mc- the name of W. T. Champneys.
Adoo has asked the help of Governor Certificate No. 123 dated June 6, 1910: r
'., Was Ousted From PostmastershipThat Lots 92 93, and 94 to 97, Block F, Apopka. 'IIII"IIIIIII'II IIIIIIIIII"
Fielder, of New Jersey,. with the view Assessed in the name of W. T. Champneys.
and Wants to HillMiiiMMIMtMnMllltMHIMIIilllHIMatHMMIIIitmOrlando
Pays $700 Part Certificate No. 124. dated June 6.
Reinstated I of having laws passed in that state 1910: Lot 123, Block F. Apopka. Assessedin ,
; Be the name of W. T. Champneys.
which will prevent the purchase thereof
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
weapons for use here. according to law Tax Deeds will issue thereon Bank & Trust CoAt
Washington, April 1.-Miss Mattie II Inquiry showed an active sale of on the 4th day of May A. D.. 1914
I. Witness my official signature and seal this,
,Tyler, granddaughter of former Pres- i weapons in Jersey City and Hoboken the 2nd day of April A. D., 1914. the Close of Business March 27, 1914 ,
ident Tyler who, at the instance of B. M. ROBINSON
,
after the passage of the Sullivan Clerk Circuit Court Orange County. Florida.
Congressman Holland and other poli- anti-weapon law in New York state, By M. A. Howard D. C. RESOURCESLoans

ticians in Virginia, was ousted as where no citizen can buy a revolver
at Courtland Va. NOTICEIn and Discounts . . . . .$375,648.96
postmaster may
without a permit.
back. the Circuit Court of Orange County, Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,459.31
Florida In
get her job State of Chancery.
called President Wilson Laforest A. Shattuck, versus Sallie L. Lap Stocks and bonds . . . . . 26,018.33Real
k' Miss Tyler on NOTICEFor ,
sley individually:
and told him of the number of Application for Tax Deed Under Section Bill to quiet title. Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . 26,437.37
8 of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida: To Sallie 1.. Lapsley Danville, Kentucky, Cash on hand and in banks . . . 428,721.62
has held the office and of it
years she Notice is hereby given that Wm. Martin. as Executrix of last will and testament of:
her of support. The of Orlando. Florida purchaser of Tax certificates James T. Lapsley, deceased; and Sallie L
means
being in my office and has made appli- Lapsley individually.
salary of the office is $700 a year. cation for Tax Deeds to issue in accordancewith You are hereby required to appear on $858,285.59
1 law. Monday, the 4th day of May 1914 the same
The president said if there was any Said certificates embrace the following described being a rule day of this Court in the cause LIABILITIES
situated in Orange County above entitled.It .
: way of vacating the commission giv- Florida property towit: is further ordered that this order be Capital stock . . . . . . .$100,000.00
en her successor, B. A. Williams, he Certificate No. 95, dated July 3, 1905: Lots published once in each week for four successive Surplus and undivided profits . . 32,628.54Due
.
65 and 66, Block F., Apopka. Assessed in the weeks in the South Florida Sentinel a
would reappoint her. Postmaster Gen- name of the Sisters of St. Joseph. i newspaper published at Orlando, in said to Banks . . . . . . 230.00
instructed Certificate No. 96, dated July 3, 1905 Lots County of Orlando. State of Florida.
eral Burleson will be to I' 69 and 70. Block F. Apopka. Assessed: in Witness my hand and the seal of said Re-Discounts . . . . . . None
ascertain what he can do in the mat- 'I the name of Sisters of St. Joseph. Court at the Court House at Orlando Orange Bill Payable . . . . . . . None
ter'r. Part Certificate No. 113. dated June 6 1910: Comity, Florida, this second day of
Lots 32 and 33. Block C. Apopka. Assessed April 1914. .
Miss Tyler found the president in the name of W. T. Champneya. B. M. ROBINSON.Clerk Deposits . . . . . . . 725,427.05
Part Certificate, No. 119 dated June 6, Circuit Court.
sympathetic and willing to give her 1910: Lots 9, 10, 11, 12. 13, 14.15less E. ARTHUR F. ODLIN Attorney for Com
all the time necessary for her state- 19 feet of Lot 15), Block 1'. Apopka. As.I I plainant.ORLANDO $858,285.59

ment of the case. -

"I thank the newspapers for their 4,MHIMUHMIIIMMMMMMIiMiMMIMMMMIMIH Deposits March, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

kindness to me," said Miss Tyler .. Deposits March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05
after her interview with the presi-

dent. "Of course I do not know what Increase in 23 days . . . . 75,942.14

the president may do, although I am O. WASHINGTON A Deposits, March 27, 1913 . . . . 591,149.61

more"hopeful now than at any other Deposits, March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05
time. .

\ : Increase over last year . . . . 134,277.44
DRAWING ROOM
-BINES WINS $15,000,000 TIMBER .
M. M. SMITH, Present

LAND TAX CASE I : SLEEPING CAR W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier

.
Jackson, Miss., April 1.-On the Directors

technical point that the Mississippi "VIA
M. 31. Smith, W. M. Davis, E. H. McNeill
a statute prohibiting a corporation from R. L. Hyer, James A. Knox, H. L. Beeman,
holding timber lands in excess of L. B. Long, J. W. Jackson, T. H. Evans,
: $2,000,000 in value does not apply to ATLANTIC L COAST LINE f D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs.

foreign corporations, the state su-
preme court has decided the famous llIItt::: : ::::

case of the Edward Hines_ Lumber -

company against the state. The suit OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M. SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI FOR SALE-At a bargain, if takenat
involves $15,000,000 worth of yellow WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES atl now organizing an excursion once: One two-chair barber
" pine lands in the southern counties. AND DO ALL KINDS OF party to New York and Albany, via shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203
Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, Boone street, doing good business;
Hines is the millionaire Chicago OPTICAL REPAIRING April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 10 acres good land just outside city
lumberman who is alleged to have Tueflay J auil n SaturdaysFOR J from Orlando to Albany, which in- limits, 125 bearing orange trees,

boasted that he "put Lorimer over ,,..,. ". cludes baggage transfer in Jacksonville grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
for when William Lorimer <',''"''/ -'- and New York. Special redaction and two large pecan trees; four room
$100,000, sYr" it
to those starting at Jacksonvilleor house, new barn, good horse and rig,
later impeached, was elected to the RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON stopping at New York. For good fuming implements. This place is
United States senate from Illinois. berth and rooms make reservationsnow located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. of C. P. Smith, Hand building, sell on account of health. Address

But with the tight skirts no man W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. corner Orange avenue and Church Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at
DR. L H. RAMSDELL street, before March 21. 3-5-tf 203 Boone street. 3- 6-1Ot +
has a chance to step on the hem and ORLANDO, FLA. I

tear it. George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando. OPTOMETRIST W. T. ENTRICAN, / W. T. ENTRICAN,

: J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent Tampa. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. L IIiII) Painter and interior decorato New Makes a specialty of painting, paperI
furniture etc. f
floors ,
Take yocr repairing to Warman on : ideas and old ones, too. Fhope 636. ing, refinishing ,
121lm'Jif.r. ,
Phone 636. 1
FLORIDA workmen employed.
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Section 4. No automobile shall be backed
STATE NEWS NOTES from its parting space on the parts of the .'
streets described in Section 3 without first -
1 giving one distinct signal with its horn or r
other warning apparatus.
(From the Gainesville Sun) Section S. No vehicle (except motor cycles -
and bicyclea) shall occupy the same parking
Word comes that .a bumper crop is space longer than thirty consecutive minutes llanimond&Qore
on Orange avenue from the south tide of
expected at Armstrong.The Central avenue to the north side of Church
street AMr MEND\ ,
Section 6. No vehicle (except motor cycles naIN ATTA1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
organization of a woman'sequal ,1FNT MY
and bicycles) shall stand on the street adjoining
association has been the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad com % -
suffrage ----- --- --
of
pany's passenger station on the east for a Ti'
perfected in Pensacola. longer time before the scheduled arrival or REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
departure of trains than fifteen minutes. '
pOLE
Section 7. No vehicle while running on TaE
College avenue in Tallahassee,from the parts of streets described in Section 3, I ; COMPARE
shall be turned to go in the opposite direction
Monroe street to the Florida State either on the said streets or at the intersec-

College for Women, is to be paved. tions.Section 8. No vehicle shall be stopped !i r OUR FURNITUREWe

abreast or left standing abreast of any other ri ....
vehicle (except a motor cycle or bicycle)
Word comes from Manatee that the stopped on the same side of the street nor I provide the quality furniture that has long

first tarpon of the season was caught shall any street be obstructed by any vehicle. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
Section 9. Within the limits embraced be
off the Davis bridge last Saturday by tween the south side of Washington street '. A i....J ; standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

(4. Heckman and Mr. Darling. the the east north side side of of Main Jackson street street to the and cast from side ,)'\ ... ..,., :.I wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

of Gertrude avenue no vehicle (including :, ., this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
motor cycles and bicycles) shall be 5. ( ) 0I / .t.
run at a -
A Japanese tea will be given in greater speed than ten miles per hour and \ t $J 'l .' this business, and that means much to any buyer.

Jacksonville next Friday by the wo- when turning corners the speed shall not ex- \\ "- ttf'l ---
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ceed eight miles per hour. In the rest of the '
man's auxiliary to the reunion association city, the speed limit shall not exceed fifteen OR.COOK ; i Jg

to help' swell the reunion miles per hour. This speed limit shall not '4'a 6'-m'; ?_ McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK, .
apply to the fire department when called out I I : ?
fund. on fire duty, nor to the police force or other jc : l t
.
t Cor
and Church St. Orlando Fla.
peace officers when on duty. i' IJ.'L:::; 1- i c ,
Section 10. No vehicle in any part of the t e.A.\'e.
The attendance at the Florida Win- city shall follow the fire engines or hose I' J( 1f! : J
__ ,_
carriages or other fire apparatus when they .1. ;:1 J..d., -ti: lP" XSD .. ,, .. ,'... :s__ ._ : .0 _-- __,.. __
ter Bible school in Leesburg has been are responding to an alarm or returning at > ?" /;}
larger this season than it was last a closer distance than one hundred and fifty 1 J ? '....J r-\f:"'to 'lid ili'
yards: and no vehicle so following shall exceed I h 1t'
winter, and the interest has been the speed limits prescribed by this ordi- I'l t /{' )y r (1( 1
nance. !II') lf}. II
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;;J.r '
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much greater. /, -9.+
Section 11. No vehicles shall use the sidewalk ; & _-:-.
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Large quantities of cabbage
are
Section 12. No person under 15 years of: It .1 Louisville $ Nashville R. R.
now being shipped daily from Bar- age shall be permitted to operate or run an

tow. Fort & Dade, the largest ship- automobile within the city. I i
Section 13. No
automobile shall be
run on : '
pers, have sent out 1,100 crates, and'' the streets or other public places without i OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
having between sunset and sunrise two bright i .
their crop is estimated at 11,00 lights throwing the light forward. Every :1' h CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
crates. automobile must be equipped with a good horn j
oK INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,
or other warning apparatus and with a suf- .
ficient brake in good working order. 'pCOr GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.
Kissimmee's beautiful Section 14. Every motor vehicle shall be t,
theater
new equipped with a muffler or silencer and no 1 EOEltlu'
the Greystone, opened last Friday cut-out or other similar apparatus shall be SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.

used. DR.fftII Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:16 pm Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm
night. The opening performance was Section 15. Every motor cycle and bicycle Ar. Knoxville .............12:00 n'n 'I Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 am
a big amateur production of Peter shall have one bright light which must blighted I. Ar. Lexington ......."...... 6:40 pm I Ar. Birmingham ............1" .10 n'n
while the motor cycle or bicycle is i Ar. Cincinnati ..............'8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40
Pan, which was pulled off in magnificent running on the streets or other public places, II I I Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35 pm am
between sunset and sunrise and every motorcycle Ar. Detroit ................. 7:45 am ;! Ar. St. Louis 7:40
style. and bicycle shall be provided with a KEN TtHELt: i Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm : Ar. Chicago .:::::::::::::: 9:38 am am
horn or other warning apparatus. = Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm '
Section 16. Every hack dray, omnibus or NFRIEYe Ar. Indianapolis! ............ 7:00 am DIXIE FLYER
Work on the new bank in Starkeis other vehicle for which a license is requiredby Ar. Chicago ............... 7:10 am I

progressing rapidly and the new the city or any other vehicle engaged in DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
carrying freight or passengers for hire whilon The fastest train to the West. 'Ar. Atlanta ........ ..... 8:00 am
institution will be ready for occupancy any street or public place between sunset Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am I Ar. Chattanooga ........ ..12:00 n'n
in about a week's time. The and sunrise shall carry a lighted lantern on 3&r. St Louis .............. 2:50 pm i Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
either side in frontSection Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm I I I Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 am
building has been entirely remodeledand 17. All persons driving or riding w
vehicles which are required by this ordinanceto A Human
new fixtures of dark oak will bet be equipped with a warning apparatus Document Electrie Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. LioN. Dinrn. No Better
installed throughout. shall make signals when crossing an inter Dining Car. Senice in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast N. Dust or
section or on turning a corner, and on passing Dirt.
F another vehicle from the rear. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train with dining cars
The St. Augustine Record Section 18. No hackman chauffeur porteror coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleveland
the
says other solicitor of any kind shall solicit of Poignant Appeal. A drama of and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and ThI1' da1. Di-
sum of $1,140.90 is still needed for passengers, baggage or other patronage upon rect connections to Toledo. Detrsit. Pittsburg. Buffalo.
the the platforms or sidewalks of any railway DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
speed boat race fun. The public station nor upon the parts of streets adjacent human
suffering. A wonderful with coaches dining cars drawing room compartment and observation sleeper
spirited people of the Ancient City thereto except on such parts of the platforms story through to St. Louis on Dixie Limited, over 5 hours fastest and only one
sidewalks and streets as the Chief of night outMONTGOMERY
will soon make up this amount, it is Police may from time to time mark off and of ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily, and connecting .

thought, and preparations are going designate shall for solicit that purpose.patronage And in no a boisterousor such persons splendid, single-handed victoryover sleepers to Chicago.

right on for the meet. obtrusive manner. For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.
Section 19. The Commissioner of Public countless difficulties.Over
Works may in his discretion establish public C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway,
The second annual meeting of the I stands for vehicles for hire and require that 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
such vehicles occupy the streets only at such 2-26-cod-2m
Florida West Coast Hotel Men's as- stands when waiting for employment A 650 Finely Illustrated
description of such stands when designated, .
sociation was held in Read I't
Tampa last
shall be entered on the minutes of the City
week. H. D. Saxton, manager of the Council. Pages of Interesting Heading.; ij, ---- ..
Section 20. The word "vehicle" shall include -
Belleview, at Bellair, was chosen to motor cycles and bicycles unless a contrary For Sale at Branch's Book StoreMtiimttMiiitmBiMimitimiititiiitMiiM
intention is expressed in of
succeed himself as president. The as- this ordinance. any part

sociation will meet at the GasparillaInn Section 21. Any person violating any of
the provisions of this ordinance shall be pun ,.
Boca Grande next I '
year. ished by imprisonment not exceeding ten daysor : G
by a fine not exceeding two hundred and
fifty dollars. Every .
One of the largest funerals held in Section 22. This ordinance shall take effecton typeface l fi J '
April 1, strikes
1914.
Pensacola in years took place Satur- Adopted March 6. 1914. the exact .

day afternoon when Capt. S. L Clif- E. F. SPERRY. Mayor. printingcenter t
Attest
ford, veteran bar pilot, was laid in CARL: JANSEN, City Clerk. 3-7-lm every time _

his last resting place in St. John's .-- OELANDOWater

cemetery in that city. Capt. Clifford NOTICEd

was 70 years of age and ha ATLANTIC COAST. LINE RAILROAD .

been a pilot for nearly half a cell- COMPANY, AUCTION The L C.Smith & Bros.

f tury. SALE OF UNCLAIMED AND RE r Ball Bearing Long Wearing Typewriter
FUSED FREIGHT. ] & Light Co. :|

The Miami Herald says: "The key Orlando. Fla. March- 25th.. 19U for
I
By direction of the Freight Claim Typewriter
lime crop this year will net the own- Agent, notice is hereby given .that II

ers anywhere from $150,000 to $200- the following listed freight will be I

000, according to W. N.. Hull, the sold at public auction for freightand I the Rural Business Man

original producer in Florida of this other charges, at the A. C. L. Electricity :
freight warehouse in Orlando, Fl ., .
fruit. Limes are being contracted for on Tuesday 28 Whether small town merchantor
I April 1914. Sale will I you are a
now at $10 per barrel where the buy- I commence at 10 o'clock, a. m.

ers can find any one who is willing to Goods sold :without guarantee of Gas Water Ice a farmer, you can't afford to without

sell at that figure." quality, quantity or value. Terms: -
Spot Cash.J. a typewriter.
A. Huske, Route Agent
The Tarpon Springs Leader says: A. C. L Ry., Fayetteville, N.C. II Typewritten letters and bills save your time and

"Florida vegetables are bringing good S. A. L. 30120; S. A. L. 32061; S. A. Office No. J8 West Central Ave. : business in
prices in the northern L 32023; S. A, L 33359; S. A. L; -- give you a standing you can get no
markets. Beansare .
30221; S. A. L 31671; S. A. L 31662; other way.
$4 to $4.50 per crate; peppers, $3; S. A. L 32178; S. A. L 30094; S. .

English peas, $4 to $6; eggplant, L 33347; S. A. L. 35951. A.n' I. .. II' The L. C. Smith & Bros. typewriter is especially

prices-and$3.50; tomatoes, $3.25. At these Orlando Consigned, Fla to o-n Hamilton 3-27-5t Johns I: : Telephone No. 6 III adapted to this work because it will stand more
they are close to the average -
-Florida growers should be ----- --- -- ---------- wear and does not require an expert operator.

able to make a"profit of from $300 to I I To THE WEST] Anyone can learn to operate it in a short time.

$400 per acre. I It is ball bearing throughout, simple, compact,
YIASEMINOLELI .
t. : complete.Mail .

AN ORDINANCE [ M IT E D I

.I.IG..IIICIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIII'llllttStationery this coupon today.L .
the - --
Regulating
Use
of the Streets I

and Other Public Places by Vehicles Lv Orlando -______________ 3:13 pm C. SMITH &: BROS. TYPEWRITER CO.
Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm N. Y.
Hackmen, Solicitors and Oth Lv Jacksonville, Fla.,A. C. L 9:00 pm that is not StationaryOurs Syracuse,

ers. Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 pm Please send me jour free book.

Be it Ordained by the City Council of the Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L___ 1:15 am D I do not use a typewriter at pre est.
City of Orlando: Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 is constantly on the move becausewe
t
Section L That am I am using a typewriter and would like t. *<.ra about
every driving
riding any vehicle on the person streets of the city or Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am have what the public desires and at reas- D jour special offer lo exchange it for a new VIle..me .
shall observe the following rules of the road Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga. 6:20 am
which are applicable to all vehicles: Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am onable prices. .
Rule 1.. Keep to the right of the street :
r Birmingham Ala. C. of
Ga.l2:05
Rule 2. Keep to the right in permitting p Our stock is varied that
another vehicle to overtake and pass and Ar Birmingham,Ala. C. of G.12:05 pm so we can fur- P. 0

the overtaking vehicle shall pass to the left Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm nish most anything want in size tint -
state
of the vehicle overtaken. 'Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm you ,

tide Rule of the 3. Head street the in one vehicles direction on, and the when same Ar Cairo, Ill., L C----_____11:07 pm finish or weight. Just now we are selling a

intending to stop at the sidewalk turn '(if Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am
necessary, and if turning is permitted at that I great many boxes of Initial Correspondence
point) so that the sidewalk will be at the Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am
right of the driver when the stop baa been ArCentrali :'""Il1. Cards. Unless your name begins with X,
made. I. C _____ 1:38 am
Rule 4. In making a turn at a street 'r- Ar Matoon, 111., I. C_______ 3:30 am we probably have your initial. The cards are -
nero if the turn is to the left go around the I!Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am

f fight center make point the of the turn intersection at the middle: if of to the the : Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come _.----- - -"' -c- -

cross Section street%. All vehicles must in stopping Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am and see them. They are only 50c a box. We WANTED-Ladies to bring their NOTICE

park at the curb close and parallel thereto Solid Through Trains-Composed of combings to us. Don't destroy Change of Schedule Clyde St.
also have the initial to match the will ,
ereept u otherwise provided in Section I. observation paper them. We make what you want.
Section 3. On Orange avenue from the compartment, drawing- cards. Come and see our stock and examineour Johns River SteamersUntil
south side of Washington street to the north room, section, sleeping cars, andee ; work. We invite inspection. If further notice the steamersof
side of Jackson street
: redwing chair cars, between Jackson- havn't the hair we supply it. Our this Sanford
On Central avenue from the west side of you line will leave at
Main street to the east side of Gertrude avenue -ille and Chicago, and Jacksonville W. S. BRANCH stock is genuine. We make everything 11:30 o'clock a. m. -
; to order. We cash for
I and pay
On Church street from the west side of St. Louis. AU meals in dining combings.We N. M. TUPPER, SuptJ.
Main street to a point 75 feet east of the
car The Arcade Book and Music Store
railroad track on Gertrude avenue all vehicles beg to announce that we have B. CALDER, Agent.
(except motor eyelet and bicycles) must For I lets and Pullman car reservations secured the exclusive agency for the Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914.
park at the sidewalk at an angle of forty- all on I well-known and popular Clow's Knit

five Church degrees street Within east of the the 75 railroad feet aforesaid on W. R. O'NEAL City Ticket Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam-
track no Agent
t such vehicle shall park in any position. or ples will be submitted for your in- More help wanted? Room to let

x, The directions for parking at the sidewalk( D. W; WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Subscribe ll I SOP r IBC Seuithel 1 spection at your leisure. The goodswe or wanted? Advertise in the Sen-
t
la this section and In Section 2 do not apply handle are the kind that satisfy.
I to any,vehicle which backed must be up promptly for loading finished.or unloading 1 Atlantic Orlando.Coast Line,. : NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar-l tinel Be sure to read the ads. intoday's

t land St. 3-23-1 1 Sentinel. They bring results.FIf.DAY 11
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THE DAILY iiE H [ SMITH WILL Lf AD FIGHT IN SIDELIGHTSBy FIRE(Continued AT ST.from AUGUSTINE page 1)) .AFTER. .j

South Florida SentinelMORNING but hur- .
SENATE.[ FOR REPEAL ( W. S. Branch) destroyed, new ones were
AND WEEKLY riedly printed this morning, and, despite -
JOSIAH fERRIS Editor and Owner The limit vf sacrilege seems to the conflagration, the electionwas
have been reached by a Tampa saloon
It Administration Policy Will Be Defended held.
-
: Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando., Flor keeper who advertises a "free lunch
valuable records which
Ida. u Second Class Mail Matter. by Georgian in Upperas during Lent" Other w restored SUPPER
: in the court house were saved, SL.
i in the Lower House *
TO ADVERTISERS: and it is not believed that the records -
--- Some people have of them
more ,
s in the fireproof vaults of the
Copy for dupl and all other hand-M
y but failed to notice
we handsomerroses
advertising mutt be handed ia at the business Washington, April 2.-After the any county clerk will in any way be dam- ,
r l Ike of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. in Orlando than those growingin
smashing administration in
1.; the day before publication. This rule applies Victory front of aged.
U chance for contract advertising; it Uinrariable the house, in which Speaker Clark Ralph Yearby's "Chicago The flames were under control
t and wifl be strictly adhered to. and the ship subsidists were crushed Cottage" on North Orange avenue. shortly after daybreak and the city
/>l't No
} Subscribers desiring The Sentinel dLconturned overwhelmingly, the canal tolls fight looked then upon the charred area TwoI
i should notify the office in writing on shifted to the senate, where for the "Why does the Tampa Tribune giveup which had once been the show placeof
the date of expiration otherwise it will be column of its
i continued at the regular subscription rates next four or five weeks it will hold a good space every the oldest ctiy in the country. I
until notice to stop is received.SUBSCRIPTION week to the mad mysterious mutter-
1,'< the center of the stage.In We were quite sure that there uould be lack
no of
ings of Floyd? buyers at
fI RATES the senate, as in the house, a was a" interrogationput worshipers but we honor those the first Saturday Night Sale. The crowd I
Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 of the burden of defend- to us by a gentleman the other came-it saw-and
.3.,;: Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 large part day. We could not the who have been elected to the high was conquered. It needed no microscope to discover the remarkable .
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 ing the policy of the administrationwill answer ques- places of public service. values. The merchandise '
I here "i
i, Daily 1 Month ....................... ..50I' tion sly'we did not try. was -exactly as advertised -
be shouldered by a Georgian,
it-the prices-well, we only know that action began at the
weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 Senator Smith, who is priming him- The New York Central has dismissed stroke of 7 o'clock and continued unabated until closing time.
weekly 6 Months ..................... .75 self to take an active hand in the Hundreds of friends and neighbors 25,000 men since the first of
t
FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914. fight against the free tolls subsidy, I feel a keen recrret n.d genuine sympathy January. If railroads are not per- We have prepared for the Second AFTER SUPPER SALE
'. and his Senator West has for the genial Capt. Jno. F. with another great budget of bargains. .We will
colleague, I mitted to make money they find it see a large per- t
-- Register assured the president of his purposeto Luther, who at this writing lies at difficult to pay wages.TimesUnion.It centage of the people who came to the first and a host of

today. stand with the administration. I!the McEwan sanitarium unconscious is for just such treasonable utterances friends-because there has been much talk of the plums that
o- i Ii and helpless from a stroke of were picked at the
paralysis first sale. So
Senator Smith was summoned to as the above that the T.-U. you had better come, too-
g St. Johns remains in the wet col- the White House for a conference which came over him without any: is liable to lose it's second class mail Another crop is ready for those who like to buy goods at Retail

umn. :with the president concerning the warning on Wednesday evening. : privileges. And yet they have had at less than most stores pay Wholesale.

0 fight in the senate. He spent nearlyan the audacity to stan with President SALE STARTS AT 7 O'CLOCK SHARP-TERMINATING

Torreon' hasn't fallen again yet al- hour canvassing the situation in When Vice-President Marshall Wilson against the millionaire ship PROMPTLY AT 10

ready. all of its phases with Mr. Wilson. reaches Jacksonville on April 22ndon owners' sutsid., and thus arrayed --

o Other than to admit that the tolls his way to Fort Myers, he will be themselves against Champ and Frank, DRESS GOODS WASH GOODS .

Are you franchised or disfranchised question was the subject of the con- met by an old time Indiana friend, the two Clarks, who possibly wield SILK WARP, RATINES AND I DOLLY
William Foor, now a resident of Jack- VARDEN CREPES
-have you registered or not? ference the senior senator would not more influence than any pair of EPONGE REGULAR W '
The books close April 15. discuss his interview with the president sonville. If Mr. Marshall can not be Southern men in congress. 75c., 85c., and $1.00 JC AND BATISTES. Regular value -
persuaded to stop over in Orlando, ? 12-1-2 and 15c.
o It is expected, however, that
Miami will be all aflutter with the he will become one of the leaders in perhaps he will give us all an oppor- SEED! SEED! SEED! tremely Weaves that have been ex- Saturday night _____ 8 C :
popular. The
;.' colors of the Elks next week, when. the senate, owing to the fact that tunity to see him while he comes out Garden and field seed. DeLaney & color
to the and shakes range is slightly broken, but Some of the
on platform hands daintiest
the grand lodge of the order meets Senator O'Gorman, of New York, Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf pat
,j" there. chairman t of the inter-oceanic canal with his former law partner, Mr. many of the wanted colors are terns and colorings we have
committee of the Schumann, of this city. We are not Try the Sentinel Job DepartmentHCIMmiiaHieHtfllMMMIIIMIMIHIIItltltlltltj still left, including Cream, Pink, been
-- o having charge ques- I showing for the present
Tan Old
Rose. Brown. Maho __
Pensacola is having a merry timer tion, is lined up squarely against the any, Copenhagen, Cerise and season, including color tones of
under the commission form of administration.It "
gov- Black. Lilac, Rose, Pink and Navy and
ernment, but Pensacola would have a will be a week or ten days be-
Quantity is limited so take ad the
merry time any way. fore the debate gets under way in the delightfully old-fashioned
o senate, as the repeal bill .raust|first I FOR SALE AT A vantage early. 38t Chintz effect. n

Things have been coming rather be referred to the canal committee. Saturday night -____. Saturday night, yd .. ()C
': rapidly for St Johns and St Augus Pending its report there may be

:; tine during the past few days, a some desultory debate on the subjectin A "SENSATION" IN SILKS
$750,000 fire, a $650,000 bond issue, general, but no move can be madeto BARGAINFivePassenger
We have taken the advantage of securing a big price reduction I.
and a wet or dry election since the speed the measure to a vote.
late
through of
delivery a magnificent quality of
first of April.Lakeland The outcome of the tolls fight in
IMPORTED FANCY TWILL MESSA LINE
o the house was a surprise only in the touring car in fine condition. Going North and do Hair line
of
stripes-Colors White
on Navy, Copen on Navy, Pinkon
has a Y. M. C. A., recently unexpected strength developed by the not need it longer. Cheap for cash or on mortgage, or would exchange Navy, Gray on White, White on Brown, White on Copen- x.
organized. Orlando should have administration. The victory was for land in or near city. Also for sale one First Class
tj :. such an organization, with a more complete than had been looked Ticket, Jacksonville to Boston. ceptional value at 75c. 49c
sium and swimming pool. Providing gymna- for. The vote developed that the Saturday Night ___________________________ ____

healthful amusement and recreationfor Democrats are less divided than are

the young is one of the surest the Republicans. Whereas 21 percent NOTIONS I LADIES' UNDERWEAR
ways of keeping them from growing of the Republicans. voted with Dr. A. J., TAYLOR. HAIR PINS HAIR PINS
:: into evil habits. the president, as against their leader- ICO Lisle Gauze Vests

o ship only 19 per cent. of the Demo- 211 East Robinson Avenue Size 2-inch, 1-2-inch and 3The same as we sell regularly

,-I After spending fifty million dollars crats followed Speaker Clark in his MMmilMIMMtttMMIMMMtttlllliiimMMMMMMMMM. inch, Regular 5c packet at 15c each, or 2 for 25c. OnSaturday
i; for fight on the administration.The -' -
macadam roads in New York thefor
; Saturday night 4 packets -
: people of that state have another speaker's appeal to the house, night Sc each .

for fifty million to spend, and Governor while dramatic and remarkable in for ---__________ 5 C or 2 for ___________ ]I5c 5

Glynn strongly recommends the use ,some respects, had no effect on the A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX .

of brick hereafter. Experience is the membership. As a eulogy of himselfthe LADIES' HOSE HOUSE DRESSES
,< best teacher but if the graft had speech could not have been improved THE PALMS AUTO COREO
: One lot Silk Lisle Hose-Black 50 ONLY-in dainty
been taken out of the macadam New upon, but as an argument for patterns,
,; York would probably have better the free tolls subsidy it did not com- : and White Style and colorings, -of Ginghams
roads. pare in merit to scores of other ad- MOTOR CARS OUR SPECIAL 50c HOSE Chambray and Percale.

A.. dresses heard in the memorable deI I : By buying three pairs we give The supply being limited we
' Thomas Edison says that all thatis bate. It did not go to the merits of For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a : you one pair; on Saturday night urge early buying. Bought to

needed to make Fort Myers a city the question, and as an argument was I full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof : we sell them at 34c pair or sell at $1.00 and $1.25

of many thousands is advertising. not in a class with the speech deliv- : 3 pairs for -------____. $ J Saturday night _____ 89 C t
Y' That's what's the matter with a good ered by Congressman Adamson, of : competent repair men. All our work is absolutely f.

Florida towns. Give Georgia, in conclusion. :
many them an guaranteed.
100 CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES
advertising fund and they will all ; .
grow like magic. ,But the advertis- Capitalists from Pittsburg have : A purchase from one of the largest manufacturing concerns
ing fund should be raised by taxation purchased Escribano Point, about : I in the country-just arrived. A magnificent, assortment of designs -

and not by individual contribution. It twelve miles from Pensacola, on : and colorings, ages from 3 years to 6 years. Bought '
t is the only fair way to get the .Blackwater bay, where they propose THE PALMS AUTO CO to sell at 50c Saturday Night ..1MEN'S L 5c
money. ------------ ----- ----
to erect winter homes. The :
f There point
are
some tight wads in every
town who sit down and wait for the consists of fourteen hundred acres of FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. BOY'SLisle

liberal to do their part while they land and extends far out into the bay, Thread Underwear I
_All_ Wool Knickerbockers
are just as able to do it and share in reaching a very high elevation. .iM6IIIIIMMMMIIIIMMIIMmillMlliMtl Positively the best value to -

the benefits. The only way to make _____________ be had at S1.00. Peg tops-in Tweeds, Worsteds -
such fellows do their share is to get I Don't fail to take advantageon Serges, etc. Ages 7 year to

it"'by tax t levy. Saturday night when they 17 years, $1.50 value Saturdaygo

o-. at IF night $1.10
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; ACKNOWLEDGED1TH THANKSIf \ The garment _______ | Jv $2 value Saturday night $1.40 ,

it were left to a ballot of the editors -
Mr. J. H. Reese would be elect- LADIES' BLACK KID OXFORD SHOESOf
ed to the legislature by a unanimousvote. the celebrated "Cousins" manufacture-in Vici Kid-

things. They about are him saying than the more Sentinel good i Are You Invitedto Plain Toe. A dressy shoe. A Turned Shoe. A popular Shoe. A

could print in an issue without car- $4.00 Shoe. $3

porter rying anything Star of April else.-Orlando 1. Re- a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea Saturday night _______________________________= _

...... gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure GROCERY DEPARTMENTExtra .
Joe Reese editor
Orlando Sentinel
r comes into the spotlight as a candi- you will be interested in our display of the newest and Special

date for the State Legislature. Thisis most artistic designs inCUT 150 Quart cans. Curtice Bros/ Soups. A large variety to choose

the first announcement for legislature ,, ?...... -.. from, including Tomato, Beef, Ox Tail, Consomme, Boullion, J u.
t candidate in Orange gets into county.the Citizen's Not every ed- GLASSThere liene, Mutton Broth, Clam Chowder, Clam Broth. Regular 35c.quart .

itoral calumns. Of course a brother can 95 ,
editor has right of way in such mat- Saturday night, 2-Quart cans for ________________ C t
ters. Reese knows the game and are so many odd pieces and attractive sets

likewise page he to knows speaker.the If legislaturefrom nominated FT here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. ru_._ -y

he can take hold of) the job by the 7 '.A," We are sure you can never find anything that would
handle with vigor and intelligence.-I .
; Orange County Citizen, of April 1. I be more acceptable.

If I deserved-half the flattering 1 I .

r notices of my candidacy that have !
4 been given: I would be a wonder in- ''1'S DcksollIvosCo1t

(jdeed, out I acknowledge them all

with profound appreciation, knowingthat
they spring from hearts that

are overflowing with generosity and
. ;. charity. Particularly do I value the DEPARTMENTAL STORE

. kindly notices given me by the editors -
t of the Reporter-Star and the

, Citizen. Courtesies between news- [ the JewelerOPPOSITE

i papers published in the same town rlan o's favorite Shopping
t do not always reach to this extent

Gentlemen of the fraternity, I thank POSTOFFICE
you. I am proud to be one of you.

If I am elected to a seat in the legislature -

L it will be largely due to your EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING PLACEiiiiiiiiMimiiittmiMimiimmnmtHHiim

prodigal press notices in my behalif.
J. H. REESE. I ,
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\t .. : t! Isg ..:.Must t tit CallYt J i \oi S. Griffin f I o I ROBINSON Open9a.m.to10:30P.M.l Admission a STARKEY 5 cents, Managers 0 i V "Gel It M llen's" 0



:..:t 1\ i DAY if you are a brain worker.'opinion "> aDO> (JlaII (J DallDQlallDO-

4JIt -
, ( &W.0 uic of an eminent authority, who con t
BUYS AND SELLS JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUEThe
cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- Junior Civic League will meet #

gine." REAL ESTATE this afternoon at the residence of

Mrs. Dr. Edwards, 409 South Orange 4
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car- avenue' U

; amels, Taffies, etc. -I'
ST. CECILIA'S GUILD
FRESH EVERY DAY. 400 acres within three

miles of Kissimmee, two The monthly meeting of St. Ce-
cilia's Guild will be held at the Chap- U II
mile Orlando-Kis-
facing
ter House Friday afternoon at 3:30.1

simmee brick road, $20 The annual election of officers will
BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN t take place and important business is I
per acre if sold within to come before the meeting. A full'' DON'T NEGLECT t

; 30 days. 3J4.Im1'ICIII"Jle attendance is desired. D YOURVATCH D

The home of pure home-made Candies, POSTPONEMENT WATCH is a delicate piece ;
11111111 A of machinery. It calls for \
-
less attention than most '
AvenueWADE The Daughters of the American
Orange MENDELSSOHN CLUB machinery, but must be.cleaned .'
Revolution will meet at the home
ofI V and oiled occasionally to keel :
Mrs. Thayer, Lake Cherokee, on Sat-{I .
The Mendelssohn club rehearsalwill perfect time.
urday, April 11th, at 3 o'clock. It 9
be held at Mr. Carr's studio tonight With proper care Walthani
at 8 o'clock.W. has been necessary to postpone this Watch will keep perfect Urns J
t I Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Preston, of meeting one week, and members are for a lifetime. It will pay you ,1"

, j i Abingdon, Va., arrived: in Orlando C. T. U. requested to note the change. All veil CY s7 to l.l let pi us 1g clean quntlLi.your watch.
I yesterday and are making their head- visiting Daughters are invited to come .

THE TUNER quarters at the,San Juan. The W. C. T. U. will hold a busi- at four o'clock for the program. Allen & Co.
ORLANDO, FLA. I Ii ,
i ness meeting in the Presbyterian lec-
,f I II Mrs. P. B. Holtzendorff, of Atlanta, ture room at 3 p. m. Friday. IN MEMORIAM"My
, I i after wintering at Manatee and St. ... JEWELERS
Miss Ruby Quigg returned last Petersburg, is visiting her cousin, ROUND TABLE word, Jacob," said Steinburg, Guaranteed.
evening from a visit to relatives in Mrs. F. L. Helms, on her return trip "that is a beautiful diamond you havein Everything .
I Cocoa. I t to Georgia. The Round Table' will meet tonightat your pin. How much did it cost?" Prompt Repairing.MMMMMMMMMMMMMMHMMMIMmMlH. ]{
I II "I paid one thousand dollars," replied -
I, Unity Chapel. Mrs. John Schnarr ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Henton, of Bal- Jacob. 1Ib
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McArthur and
I;! will give a paper on Poverty and
.I timore, have arrived at the San Juan children, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McAr- Progress. "One thousand dollars! Good gra-
for a short stay. 'I,thur, Miss Kate McArthur, Miss Lena cious!" exclaimed Steinberg. "Vy, I
Wade and Mrs. Eliza Newton and METHODIST BARACAS did not know you ver vorth so much
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Murphy, of child, motored to Orlando yesterdayfrom money." I CD i

', Macon, Ga., are among the late ar- Montbrook, Fla. Owing to the illness of Mrs. Fullerit "Veil, you see," exclaimed Jacob, L nlo.:: "
rivals at the San Juan. f I I "ven der old man died he left one 1
will be impossible to have the
I I II I
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Estes of Orlando thousand dollars for a stone to be 1,
,
Baraca meeting at her home on Fri- t ,
Miss A. Hambleton, of Owensboro, have returned to Tampa and expect day night. It will be postponed toa erected to his memory, and dis is der .J
i Ky., is spending today in Orlando, a to make their home here in the later da*_e. stone.-Kansas City Star. ou.a.wrre
i guest of the San Juan. future. Mr. Estes was a former resi-
(I dent of but has been HANDSOME HALL CLOCK FOR
Tampa, lately emonstrators
COMING OF ZION'S KING I
"THE ; Lady
Miss Ruth has COLONIAL HOME
Thompson' gone conducting a drug store in the Or- OR THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY"Will
down to Plant City to spend a week ange county town.-Tampa Times. JM\e
with her sister, Mrs. Harry Root. I I be Dr. Poulson's subject at the Mr. James L Giles has purchaseda M 1'
3 I II I Mr. R. R. Barringer, of the Gulf 'Baptist church next Sunday night. beautiful' hall clock for his colonial
Mr. Bazile Brossier, of Miami, ar-I Iron Works, of Tampa, arrived in Or- The public will no doubt be deeply' home, which is now in course of erec- Are canvassing the city in the interest of

rived last night for a visit of a few lando last night, and will spend a i. interested in this subject. Every- tion on Lucerne Circle. The clock is I
days to his sister, Mrs. J. H. Reese. day or two in renewing business ac body cordially invited. All seats are not only a time piece, but is a hand- the Pride brand of Oleo. Any orders
I I quaintances. The Gulf Iron Worksdo free. The ushers will have extra some piece of furniture. It was madeto
Capt. and Mrs. H. DeVedig were in a big business in the neighborhoodof I:chairs on hand and will be preparedto order through the jewelry firm of given them will be promptly filled by us- ': J

; Orlando yesterday from Gotha, en Orlando, and Mr. Barringer is the take care of the crowd. Good mu- Allen & Co., of Orlando, by the man-

t route to Evanston, Ind., for a visit.. I 1 I ambassador who cultivates the diplomatic sic. ufacturers, Bawo & Dotter, of New You want the best and Pride Brand is the : j
I' relations. I York. The casing is of mahogany to

Mr. H. H. Wither ngton, of Apopka I Mrs. W. :M. :Mahood and little match the interior finish of the hall ; ; best Oleo; that is why we sell it. ;1
was among the business trans- ;i Mrs. Emma L. 'Bray, of Oshkosh, daughter, Katherine, who have been of the home to be. The clock stands
actors visiting the county metropolis Wis., and Mrs. S. P. Bray, of Mil- visiting at the home of Mr. S. V. eight feet high and is thirtyeightinches

yesterday. l'waukee, who have been stopping at Straley' on North Orange avenue, in width, and is fitted with ca-
'' the Orland, left last night for St. for the past few weeks, have returnedto thedral chimes. It was intended to J
T. J. Fabor, who has been visitinghis Petersburg to spend a few days be- their home in Princeton, W. Va., be a Christmas gift to Mrs. Giles but THE SANITARY GROCERY
son, C. B. Fabor, of this city, fore returning North. This is Mrs. and were accompanied as far as Jack- didn't arrive in time, having reached

left last night for his home in Mas-(Bray's sixth winter in Orlando, and sonville by Mr. and Mrs. Straley.Mr. Orlando only a few days ago. It cost CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

sillon, Ohio. to I after visiting many other towns in $700.
;the state, says Orlando beats them Howard Curry, president of the 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Messrs. Cruse Barnes, G. A. Hall all. Ridgewood Development company, of About the first of next month work
and C. F. Pope were among Sanford's Tampa, arrived last night to look up will commence on the erection of a

Representative citizens visiting Or- Mr. Tom Dekle, one of Florida's some land matters in Orange county. magnificent three-story building in CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
lando yesterday. 'clever ambassadors of commerce, is Mr. Curry hasn't visited Orlando fora Miami. The plans drawn call for a
spending today in Orlando, having long while. He came to this city concrete building and the architec- "KMMI9MMMHMMM MIMIIMIiUH'MMMMMt
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ruggles, of arrived last evening from Ocala. Mr. twenty-two years ago on his wedding tural design will be in the Italian ------

.\ Atkins, Pa., are in Orlando for an Dekle is an ardent follower "of Sir trip, and although he settled in flor- style.. It is to cost about $30,000.
indefinite stay. They are registered Isaak Walton and on his annual pilgrimages ida recently he hasn't had a chanceto
at the San Juan. to this section caught so get around until just now. He TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY EASTER HATS

many of the finny tribe that his was reared up in Kentucky with Col.
Mr. and Mrs. Strickler, who have friends have established a cordon George Keller, and his first act upon W/.NTED-To buy 5 or 10 acres,par
been stopping at the Melrose, have around the nearby lakes to keep the arrival was to locate' the colonel. tially' or wholly improved with

I gone to Daytona en route to their fish from committing suicide when ferred.citrus trees Owners, some only bearing dealt with.trees pre Ad- ReductionOn

home at Uniontown, Pa. they hear him coming. Opening of Piano Studio April 15th. dress Grove, Sentinel office. 4-3-3t Special
For particulars address Mac Tall-

I TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO WANTED-At Sentinel office, good man Care Grand Theater, or PhoneNo. WANTED-Dining room help at the '
' 239 from 11 to 12 a. m. all Pattern Hats from April 4th to
.t Chiropodist for both men and wo- strong, able-bodied boy. Orland hotel It
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and 431m.
scalp Feet a specialty. L. April 11th.
massage. Eat what want Eat what you want. "
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over you W ED-Dining room help at the Eat all want.
you
Eat all want.
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm you Orland hotel It
Take a postscript and forget it. Take a postscript and forget it. '
For sale by all druggists. For sale by all durggists. HSSESIAKLTOI & DUNN iii
Reaa Sentlaez want ads. l-7-d&w-lyr Sentinel want ads. get result l-7-d&w-lyr ,


U-------.4.I.; ; .. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIMimM'At $, "I, ,4t i Agents for Barclay Corsets ; -

Good Wood .
$1.50

The Lucerne Belter Wood -' $2 and $2.25 McCall's Patterns
L Today ,, .-milMMMMMMIIMH

Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 __ :"00':;
t ,

This won't last long, ) Fare 300
l
1. / "Photophone Talking Pictures" that sing, talk and Stock up while you can. e % DAILY BETWEEN

) -.> -* :? Shw )BUFFALO &
Jj
dance.. Two reels of them and we believe them to be most Orlando Wood Yard r- rLEvELAND
I r r> *! 5gs J* WSi?? ;S
interesting.
104 W. Pine St.

I "The YellQw Flame," a two reel 'Broncho, something fine. B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor

"The Italian Cavalry," doing some stunts. A very
TH2 GREAT SHI? "SEEANDBEE"Lengti

thrilling picture. LUTHER THE FLORISTCut 500 feet breadth 93 feet,6 meLee;510 fUteroomi tad pvlon cooamodating 1500{>uwarm. -
Grater m co t-Urger ta an proportion*-ncber- in all tppointmrnU -ihin uttcuaer oa
n4wilert of the world. la temce Jane jdw
And if you like the< above and the crowds do not come too Flowers M uficent Steamers-SEEANDBEE.:""Ctr of Erie"and"Cty of BufMo"

i fast and thick, we will give you another reel also, that will make ROSES, VIOLETS, Daily Lwe BUFFALO Buffalo 900P.M.and CLEVELAND true CleveLud-.May> i.t 900P.M.to Dec.iu

home laughirig. All for the regular prices. PANSIES Arrive OereUnd 7 JO A.IL Arrive Buffalo 7.30A.M.
: you go CARNATIONS, (Ewtera Sudani Tux)
ComMCtioni at Oreland for I'ut.u..BaJ.Toledo.Detroit aDd aD poinU'I"Mud Sontiwwt.Railroad
e POTTED PLANTSOSTEOPATHY bckeU reading betweea Buffalo and Oereland are good for tmuportatioa OB oar tteamer
A k your ticket agent for bckcu tia C&B.Li e. Trite na for tamitnino Olonratcd booklet free.

i : Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents --- THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland O.


Balcony: 5 Cents FOR SALE QUICK f I SWEET POTATO PLANTS
J.J.I
DR. J. C .HOWELL
Hours, 10-12, 3-3, and by appointmentNo Nice two-story new house, all mod will pay $1.00 per thousand for .
Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 19 p. m.mi extra charge for house treatment ern equipment; lot 75x150; close in. Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato -
If taken at once will sell for $1600. plants, from now until June 15th.
Telephone connections For further information, call at Sen-I P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla. _1

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PAGE SIX THE ORLANDO MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLA.__ "
FRIDAY, APRIL 3, ,1914
A NEW CURE FOR DEAFNESS PRACTICAL JOKER '--
CAUSED
WANTS'IUNNlllAKERS We insure your life and loan you Iii 11111 11111
PEOPLE'S III II I
III
TROUBLE FOR I 1111 I I111 I I
3 POLICE money on real estate at 6 per cent \
The osteopaths claim to have discovered interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

a new cure for deafness. This. Chicago, April 1.-A first of April Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.

is the first announcement of the dis joke perpetrated by 325d&wtfFOR
a un-
I person Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale, For
covery. Dr. James D. Edwards, of known to the police today caused Rent etc. for this column: 25c for one day, RENT B1U1MMMHIMMMM 1
CO.1i
50c for three days or 11.09 for one week for By the year, a modern fully furnished
St. Louis, is the discoverer. He is a more than 500 unemployed men to 25 words or less Money must accompany 10-room house, with 2 bath rooms, in

well known Western osteopath and a congregate in a cold rain in front of the insertions advertisements will be made far on this credit column u no the very best part of town. Applyto

I graduate of the American School of the Soo line freight terminals and Jas. Thomson, 17 N. Orange ave-

',. Osteopathy at Kirksville, Mo., under wait for employment promised by the FOR SALE nue. 4l3tFOR I ORLANDO, FLORIDA

the founder of osteopathy.Up joker. An elegant modern home; four bed- RENT-Five room cottage. Apply .
to this time there has been no Before the men could be made to rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- Mrs. McDade, 307 Broadwayavenue.
understand that there basis tricity throughout; fruit trees and 4-1-lw : OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174
was
sure cure for deafness. There are no
flowers.
509 East Central avenue. I II
many kids of ear trouble interfering for the report that the railroad want- 2-15-tf. '
of which ed hundreds of workers, the crowd FOR RENT-Six room house, fur I
1 with hearing, some recover
nished, modern improvements; also \\fL1444PA44U
it spontaneously; others get progress- surged against the steel gates, break- FOR SALE furnished rooms. Apply Sentinel of

ively worse, and others continue in a ing the locks and poured into the Nsrsery stock, one, two, three and fice. 4-1-lw I
the four year old buds; Foster Early, I I
chronic state without change. The yards shouting "give us jobs.
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house, I
do not pretend to cure all It took the police nearly an hour to
ostopaths ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle garden and farm land, on Conway
cases, but claim instead that this new clear the men in the yards. The au- Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115.

method if applicable to the largest thor of the hoax spread the false ru- 3-20-lm-d&w
chronic mor among the hundreds of men FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. ---, '-- -
known
class of those
cases, as
For rent, three room suite for light FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the
catarrhal deafness, constituting the gathered along West Madison streetin housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm. week or month; cheap. Phone 571,j

vast majority of these unfortunates. front of.. employment agencies. L Coryell, 201 Concord Ave. west, or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm !. .

Thousands of cases have been sub- Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf I

mitted to treatment and the results Capt. William H. Harrison, of Citra, FOR RENT-Two office paces REGULAR FREIGHT
FOR SALE Fine SCHEDULE BETWEEN ,
Duroc Jersey and our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
have been more successful, it is I who was for many years captain of Berkshire pigs (crossed). Apply to Come in and we will show you. Pierce

claimed, than ever known before in the Hart Line Steamboat company, A. L. Henkel, Maitland, Fla. 3-31-2t Electric Co. 3-29-tf Orlando and Sanford and InterveningPoints | |

< the history of this condition. died last week after an illness of two

Hearing is produced by vibrationsof days. MMMMMM

the ear drum in response to sound i
waves striking upon it from without, Mrs. Clayton Wistar and son, Mas- Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick

but only when the drum is intact and. ter Richard, who have been visiting Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

at normal tension and freely 'ventilated -: their aunt, Mrs. E. P. Monroe, on One Bungalow Left to Sell I

by air on both sides. The lay- Lucerne Circle, have left for their MMMi< ''OMMM MMMM

with home at Philadelphia.
men unacquainted anatomy
might easily be ignorant of the fact M. J. DAETWYLER MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMiWOTHE

that air is as requisite on the insideof POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR

the ear drum as on the outside, REPRESENTATIVEI ... ...
but this is a very important fact. ,
Phone 563ItllMIHIItMMIMiMMitHHIttillMtMHIIIIIMM
One without technical knowledge hereby announce my candidacy for representative
from Orange county subject to
might also forget the public school I the action of the Democratic primary to beheld AltamonteAltamonte

physiology of boyhood which taught I June 2nd. J. H. .REESE. I

him that the inside of the ear is connected -
FOR REPRESENTATIVEI
with the throat by means ofa II o'I
little air tube. This tube is lined hereby announce my candidacy for Rep- FOR SALE-$350 worth of new fur- FOR RENT-Six room furnished
resentative from Orange county, subject U niture. Also piano. A bargain. house. Address W. B., care Senti-
with a mucous membrane which is the action of the Democratic primary to behe 411 West street. 3-24-lwk nel 328lwMISCELLANEOUS
>4 June 2nd. I Springs FlaA I
continuous with that of the nose and
S. S. GRIFFIN.
FOR SALE-21-2 land all
acres un-
throat. It has long been recognized
_ der cultivation good
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ; seven-room
that neglected colds and sore throats I am a candidate for the office of Coun house, nice yard. Address S., Box beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)
Commissioner of 671, Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or- ,
and catarrhal conditions tend to pro ty Orange county from city. 3-31-lw '
FOUR ADJOINING LOTS in Oak-
District 2. If elected I promise to serve the chestra, etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful
: duce a chronic inflammation which people to the best of my ability having resided FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one wood Park now for $500.00 W. I. location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40

spreads upward into this little air to here know a number the needs of of years the I section am qualified and acre in bearing orange grove; six HIGGINS. 3286t. acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot- 1
tube. The result of this is a lessening the people. acres cleared; part of land suitable. ROOMS for-light-housekeeping- -- ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve
Respectfully. for gardening and trucking; located i ; sum- ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
of the calibre of the tube because mer rates. 307 East Pine street.
, A. C. STARBIRD half mile from city limits on public! Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
Apopka, Fla. 3-26-6t
of increased secretion or catarrhal
road. Bargain. Address M. C. B.,I
discharge or swelling and thickeningof FOR SHERIFFI care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf
the mucous membrane. Some- hereby announce myself as a candidate WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS for I ii GEORGE E. BATES & SON, PROPRIETORS j :
for Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand sale; Fischel strain; $1 per setting.J. .
\. times this causes even a temporary Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. unimproved land. See S. S.I L. Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla. I SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT VERNON, N. H. ; ;
{ or prolonged' closure of the tube. The FRANK GORDON. Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-w1m 3-27-tf MMMMMMMMMMMMM1MMMMMMMMMMMMMREAL

{ result of this is a complete defeat ofnature's FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI .
' scheme of equal air hereby announce myself as a candidate FOR SALE One hundred and sixty acres of fine 111111111111"11,111111111111110,11111011111111,111 ,,
pressureon for reflection to the pffice of Supervisor of Pair of mules, well matched, young, farm land, near Maning, North Dakota -
the two sides of the ear drum!, in the Registration for Orange County, subject to sound and in good condition. H. H. 80 acres under cultivation in ESTATE AGENTS, INVESTORS AND IIOMESEEKERSATTENTION
Democratic primary to be held June 2nd,
other words, a change in tension"of 1914. Williams, P. 0. Box 247, Orlando, good location. Will trade for orange
x that organ, always resulting in some FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR Fla. 4-2-6f grove or city property. For full par-
ticulars address C. E. Piatt, Conway,
FOR SALE-A new bungalow five
degree of impairment of hearing. COUNTY COMMISSIONERI Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw I.
rooms and bath, modern in
This little air tube is hereby every - -
important
announce myself as a candidatefor detail. I
County Commissioner, Orange County, Ten minutes walk to post- i TRIO OF BLUE RIBBON Sicilian :
only an inch and a half long, but it is District Four, subject to the action of the office. Will give good bargain to Buttercup Chickens for sale at cut
,f important to understand that it is not greatly Democratic appreciate primary your June support.2nd 1914. I will prompt buyer. Owner, phone 376, prices. $12. Tillinghast stock. Tel.

perfectly straight like a chimney. If, Yours truly city. 42lwFOR Ensign 559, ring 4. 3-27-1w I offer for $1,900, two-story, six-room cottage, with rose
it were there might be less deafness. Pine Castle, Fla. C. J. SWEET. SALE OR RENT BROWN--LEGHORN- -- -EGGS- ---for--sale--- house and shed. Located at 307 West Street, north. Close in; near

I; is somewhat hour glass in shape. House corner Anderson and Osceola pure stock; $1 per setting. J. L; Park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also six-room bungalow; oil
;
Realizing the angles of thins tube FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI Streets, suitable for one or two Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla. finish, double verandas. Special heating and bath room facilities..
tt announce myself as a candidate for reelection .- families. Will make price and terms 3-27-tf Large, roomy basement, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry
*<-*, it is easy to see that a catarrhal inflammation to the office of County Commissioner reasonable. A bargain. t I or furnace. .Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.

:: may readily cause adhe- the Orange decision County of ,the District Democratic Five,primary subjectto Apply to W. H. EATON, 110 Sum- I W. T. ENTRICAN. House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price '$2,200. These lots
June, 2nd 1914. merlin Place. connect at the corners, with rose house between. I offer the
sions between the folds and interfere Offers to Orlando the newest and best
Respectfully, 3-9-lw'l whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission. Open to all
t with the normal drainage. Owing to E. L. BROWN FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room cf workmanship in the painting and r
the fact that the cartilaginous part Ft. Christmas, Fla. furnished house. Will rent all or(decorating trade. Phone 636. :.

of the tube is movable any adhesionsin FOR TAX ASSESSORI part of it, by the month or year. 1-21-1m E. /. IsT. a c-r
hereby announce my candidacy for the Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman Cash ..
Registers. Warman
the throat the outlet of the fixes 'em I
near office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub- street. 4-2-2wks .
ORLANDO FLA.MMMMIIMOMIl'.
tube, resulting from sore throat, ject to the action of the Demooraitc primary -. --- on Court street. 12-5-tf f 307 WEST STREET, NORTH ,
called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and
t ; could easily from their contractions elected I pledge you my faithful service. WANTED **** M8MIM8MM .
ARTHUR BUTT. WANTED-25 family washings at i
-
draw the tube from its normal posi-

tion, thus changing its angles and interfering FOR COUNTY TREASURERI WANTED-Two good girls, one for> Laundry.once, from Phone 50 654.cents Rolla up. Reel.Home riAbVVVVTHE THE[ NEWSThere's [
fOR
with drainage by gravity. Treasurer hereby of announce Orange myself County a subject candidate to the for eral the housework.dining room Apply and one Mrs.for W.gen C., 3-8- r [ SENTINEL[ [l

Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914.J. .
When gravity drainage is interruptedthe H. TUCKER. Temple, Winter Park Fla. 3-24-tf ---------- ------
discharges retained in a mucous I MMMMMi. .''MMMIMMMMMMMM.**** t M M M M M MM MM I'MM MM
FOR TAX COLLECTOR .
cavity change in character and be I hereby announce myself as a candidate WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing I+ti'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.i iiliiiiillllllllllllllllllllllllfl1,11111111.,1,1'
I come more dangerous. The little for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof stenographer, two years experience -

muscle with the long name which primary Orange to County be held, subject June 2nd to the 1914.Democratic If reelected can furnish good reference, desires -
I pledge to you my faithful service position. Willing to begin on | Style Show Here
governs the opening and closing of as I have endeavored to give in the past. moderate salary. Now employed. a

the tubal opening is very often attacked I W. E.._MARTIN.. .. Address Box 330 Ocala. Fla.
by these adhesions and its 3-21-lwk

function Dr. Edwards'interfered discovery with is anotherof 1"'I'Ji"I"I".tFor WANTED-Position as chauffeur, by in the Year
Sale : steady, reliable man. Willing togo Every Day '
those feats of bloodless surgery I anywhere. Address "Chauffeur,'

which were made so famous by Lorenz : care of Morning Sentinel. 3-26-lw

;; the great orthopedic
surgeon : WANTED-Competent white girl for

from Vienna, and Still, of Kirksville, Modern i I general housework. Sleep home. Home makers will find a visit through our
Missouri, the founder of osteopathy. 8-room : Small family. Apply 310 Anderson

Instead various of trumpets burdening and the telephones patient with and House 2 doors : I I I street FOR RENT-Seven after 10 o'cteek room a. m.house 33t.and big store an interesting treat. We have here the

other external devices to try to makea west of Wyoming : : good barn. Centrally located. Inquire -
deaf ear hear, Dr. Edwards went : at this ofice. 3-29-3t. most delightful of necessities for the furnishingof

right at the root of the matter and i Hotel. Bargain : I WANTED TO EXCHANGE-Buick

applied his treatment according to :, automobile, in running order,* for I the modern home.
cow and calf. Address Box 32. t
the basic principles of osteopathy itself : 3-31-3t I .
that is toH the instead of
; cause :
the effect. Without the use of the I I: WANTED-Any variety of sweet We specialize in high-grade furniture at a
potato plants. Will contract at 75c \ ,
knife or any surgical instruments the : A. L. Bentley : thousand until
per June 1st will
or i iI ,
discoverer of this operation by means : contract at $1.00 per thousand during moderate price. We invite you to come in and

of his fingers alone explores in the : 10 L AMELIA AVENUE : April. Fred M. Preston, Pine

back of the throat and in the vault I .. Castle, Fla. 3-20-d&w-tf, look the display. r
I MMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMIM8MMMIMM over
+ 1
} between the throat and the nose, I WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto ,{

breaks down the tiny adhesions which Orlando,good neighborhood,reasonable ,
twist the tube out of its normal posi- I N distance of schools and church-;,

tion and then he actually inserts the Shoe : es. Must be good land, suitable for I PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT TERMSRIGIITKincaid
Repairingby trucking and poultryraising.. Prefer'II
tip of his finger into the opening of place with out buildings, but not absolutely j

the tube itself. By this method he is PARCEL POSTMen's necessary if price is right.j
able to replace the tube in its normal Give full particulars to B. R. Montgomery -j -

}a position and to drain it of its accumulation 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jacksonville -J
Fla. 3-16 tf
of diseased material so that Half Soles, ?sc to 850 .

nature may have an opportunity to Ladles' Half Soles 60c to 75c I WANTED at this office, good strong,
| Children's Half Soles, $0e to able-bodied boy.
effect a cure. Dr. Edwards found 750 & SnowdenCor.
that in about three-quarters of all > Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oo : WANTED-Dining room help at the
\ He U Repaired, 350 I Orland hotel. It
cases he could insert his finger into : -
-Buy your garden seed-fr DeLa-I
the tube in spite of its minute size All Orders work without returned in 24 hours. I ney & Abernethy. Just received a
by gradually dilating it. remittance returned : big shipment of fresh seed.
3-13-tf
C. 0. D. We
return postage. pay : Warman Repairs and Retires Baby I lOW PRICE IfURNITURt HOUSE

Husbands of pretty women are apt : Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf

to be more useful than ornamental.
A. Hanson SEED! SEED! SEED! Orlando Florida
and Pine Sts. ;
: 'Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Cor. Main ,
Even a. good idea will sometimes 19 East Pine Street I Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf

strike a man when he is down amout I ORLANDO FLORIDAMIMfMMMMMMMiMH: Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, .*

: \ : on Court street. 12-5-tf MI" IMMMMiMIMIMMIMMIIMMMMMMMMfry LIIII"'IL. "I"Q"I"'I.t. tt'1 *

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FRONTS ON THREE STREETS. ROOMS 75c, $1.00 AND

100 Rooms AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN New and Modern $1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.

J. B. MAGRUDER Prop.
Electric Elevator-Steam Heat, Baths-Hot and Cold Water In Each RoomS ,


Cut Rates to January I, 1915 OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.NICE ,

Rooms [one) 51.00 per day. Rooms (two) SL50 per day. Meals 50c. the week 850. AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to
by
$6.00 week. $8.00 week. Mead
per per .
and Room the
520.00 per month. $30.00; per month. month, $50.00.Orlando. by 55.00PER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

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20.00 to 24.00 A MONTH.

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OFFICE AT EMPIRE HOTEL TELEPHONE NO. 273
... A NICE PASSENGER CAR FOR
HIRE. MEETS THE TRAINS-

FREE FOR THE HOTELS. .
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CHULUOTA SUNBEAMS tttt.IIIIIIIIII.IIII.IIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIII.1THE

I Just Bargains r
J Chuluota, Fla., April 2.-Beautiful
4 I spring weather at last, and every eLl MARKETOf
is feeling fine. That's All
I W. I. Higgins and his crew of helpers HIP PLE
work $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruitand
I are doing some carpenter Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
for Billie Jacobs. A new kitchen and orange trees. 120 are
other changes are making Billie's large seedlings and the balanceare
home look like new.J. from one to three year old AND SALT MEATS

Tilden Jacobs and Miss Dorcas buds. Near city.$3,250.Choice FISH AND GAME
That Have Made GoodWHY
Story attended the Baptist union home in city; 8
meeting at Apopka last Friday and rooms, large lot and finet fruit I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
? BECAUSE EXPERIENCE HAS TAUGHT US
fine $2,400.-Good 7-room house
Saturday. They report a very ,
meeting. HOW TO MAKE FORMULAS'THAT SUIT ALL CONDITIONS East Side. .Close in, only five I, Everything screened away from the files, and kept fresh '

r A party of young folks consistingof FOR BOTH ORANGE TREES AND VEGE-" minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.

Misses Bertha Jacobs and May TABLES. NOW IS THE TIME TO FERTILIZE of choice lots and a number I
I Lon and Messrs. Ernest Jacobs and of exceptionally 'good city : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ;
Sammy Long attended church at Ge- and grove propositions. We have : everything in'the Meat Line.
neva Sunday night. for rent several furnished bungalows I,
Adclph Swanson is home again and flats close in. Some

from sane Gem.va carpenter, There work.he...has been doing I Tile Soutlieril r Fertilizer r Co. ( winter by the season year: and begins.others Call'till andI the I The PARLOR MARKET

Miss Bessie Hodges and Miss Sadia I I make your wants known. I
Blackburn left Tuesday morning' for I ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA : H. M. Self & Co.

Winter Park, where they will enter. ,

the normal class at Rollins collegefor -- ___ u __ ._ : Cooper Atha i : PINE STREET
this term.
Sammy Long and William Tanner 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor : Phone No. 80

made a flying trip to Orlando Satur- Phone No. 311

p day.Thos. .. t iiiit IMMIMMHMMMMMMMMMQIiMIM
A Hodges and N. C. Jacobs at-
tended business in Orlando and San-

ford Friday.M. \ ................ .............. ... .............. .
T. Van Wagener, who has been
spending the winter in Chuluota, left
r Tuesday for his home in London, 0.
Mr. Bridges left Tuesday for his load
arrived
Just car .W.IVLSLEIVJONSNew
home in Georgia.:
Miss Emma Proctor, of Geneva, FORDS for immediate .
spent several days visiting at the /-
home of G. M. Jacobs last week. delivery.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Serpt, of Edge-
mont, Pa., spent a few days at The Get yours now \ Goods Arriving DailyWe
Palm last week. This was Mr. Serpt's

first visit in twenty-eight years. t F. G. RUSE,
j The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Baptist church was entertainedby Phone 226
Miss Bertha Jacobs at her home
last Thursday night. There was quitea
goodly crowd present and a very interesting sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
the result. The
meeting was v made by Schloss Bros.,'of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
subject was "Stories,of the Judsons. .
This brought out many of the noble Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
and self-sacrificing things concerningthe
lives of our first missionaries and Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

the good that can be done if we have & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
the right kind of interest for the

I Christian commands. Miss Bertha .
I entertained the guests on their pretty
piazza, which was decorated in vines,
moss aid flowers, with Japanese lanterns W. SLEMONS
to give a soft glow, and the
grand piano for music. After the To the West and NorthwestVIA
meeting the guests were served with ORANGE AVENUE

lovely sandwiches, ice tea and cake. -
Every one expressed herself as being tl''I.IIIII..IIIII....... timiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiMiiitmiijiumMIIHIHMIMM
well pleased and happy over'the suc- DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND :

cess of the meeting, spiritually, so-
cially and financially. Miss Emma SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED .

Proctor, of Geneva, recited two beau- 1H411'"I'I.f'Immummmmmm I IMMMMMMMMMMMMfMMMMMMUHIimiMt+
tiful poems that were much appre- Dixie Dixie
I
ciated. Limited. Flyer.SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Lv Orlando. A. C. I..12:31 am 3 3pm I v Orlando. ........................ 3:13pm '
r r Jacksonville A. C. I.... 6.45am 'I..Opm: r Jacksonville ..................... 1:30pm MMMMMMMM
,Actual work has been started on v Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:%5 pm v Jacksonville A. C. I. ........... 8:15 pmv
Waycross A. C. L..1l:50am 10w5pm v Warcross. A. C. I. .......,.....1020pm
the trans-Florida canal, the big r Macon G. S. &: F....... 5:13 pm 4:15 am r Macon. G. S. &: F. .............. 3U amr HOT WATER i
dredge Florida having been put in Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am r Atlanta C. of Ga .............. 1:12am
r Kno iville I. &: N. .............llhm
commission near Palatka and now be- f Chattanooga W. &: A..lISam 1l:5hm r Corb1l1. L. I: N, ................ 3:16 11m In the Summer Time. Hot water is one of the most
in cutting the Ocklawaha r Nashville N. C. &: St. L <4:50< am 4:30 pm r Louisville L &: N. .............:9:00 pm
ing engaged ..... essential features of a comfortable home. This is
...
r Indianapolis 4a. L. .... 1:50
of Ar St. Louis L C.&: I.I: N. %:5Opm 'I:20 am am ti'o some
link. An appropriation $730,000 Ar Lexington I. &: N. ............ 6:50 pm most strongly in the Summer time because wimi1P.
emphasized
is available for the first part of this Ar Hopkinsville L. A N........... 6:21pm Ar Cincinnnti L &: N. ............. 8:50pm
important work, and other appropriations Ar Evansville L. N..... 9:28am 925pm Kalamazoo R. &: L ..........1:2Opm you don't want to heat the kitchen up by one
Ar Terre Haute C. &: E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids, G. R. &: L ....... %:<<3I>mAr
will no doubt be made as need- Chicago C. &: E. L..... 6:5Opm 6:50 am r Cleveland. Big Four ...eo........ 'i:15 am keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequentlymost
ed. The canal will have a width of homes have to go without it all Summer and
one hundred feet and a mean depthof DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Solid train, composed of section drawin,. have it only in limited quantity in the Winter.
six feet.-TImes-Union Short room sleeping; ears. observation compartment Solid train, composed of electric lighted 1
Talks. cars and dining car. between Jacksonville and dnnnni-room Pullman sleeping car and coachhicazo "GET A RUUD"
and section drawing-room sleeping ea. between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
)r between Jacksonville and St. Louis.
The Sentinel want ads find tenants i i DIXIE FLYER through Jacksonville sleeping Louisville car between and Jacksonville Indianapolis and; and you have plenty of steaming hot water any time !

for houses or rooms every day. Let fcolid train carrying electric lighted com Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between you want it and at a very small cost by simply
them help you.LOOKOUT. felted ai-tment: section, observation drawing-room deepen sleepers.and electlic First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapida on Mondays turning on the faucet. p _
I lau coaches and smoking car. Dining ear and Thursdays of each week. Dining car
en s meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
MOUNTAIN ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANY
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or !'
I FOR .rICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON
"News" sightseeing automobiles! W. B. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agei,t. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent Gas Department ,
for Lookout Mountain, Point Park, Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
Ridge and historical points. For res. ., ., IIIIJIII.

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Rollins' college, Commodore
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Leland Dyer, died in the early morn- :
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THE STATE BANK Park, "The Anchorage." :' ,
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Commodore Dyervas, one of the f:
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ing had his winter home here for
BANK RSASSOf 1 1 on
AT ON I more than thirty )"ears. Since his retirement .
i-y L TRAV( L(RS CH(QU(S .', from the navy in 1908, he
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= you lave; money you not need credit) j :
every country of the civilized world, .-{i{< his brilliant and charming wife and
.4 "A.B.A." Cheques are accepted by'hotels, -"t! daughter, had been an important fac- ,
T railways, steamship lines and the best shops :;?h tor in the life of the town, which he aUlioiigii v/ill Lc offered you :: -

generally. Issued in any amount desired, in -:1t; has served as mayor and as memberof

'! : h. :! $10, $20, $50 and $100. As safe and handy .; ; the town council. He was a com-
," z as your own check book is at home. Useless ..j;:; municant in All Saints' Protestant

,' ,!:; till signed, and your signature identifies you. .p-.' Episcopal church, a director and at .

r .',.',". %.\ one time president of the Winter ::: Open a Dank} account today and increase your
Park Citrus Growers' association, and
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:,i... : president of the board of trade. balance each week, and soon yon will have a sub.
:"\ Commodore Dyer was born in Ca-
....: lais, Maine, August 26, 1849, and I stantial amount.
graduated with honors from the
United States Naval academy in 1870.
i He rose through the various ranks to
that of commodore. He served as

naval the of attache gunboat the Spanish at Stranger Madrid war,during at commanded the that outbreak --I i!: T!neO) T>>llB t $ t.l @1tll@nR' 0 ( l( !{J afiVk 4 4"It


war, was transferred to the command!, a .

I of the gunboat Yankton, and detailedfor is a pleasure to serve you."
patrol' duty and surveying on the
coast of Cuba; was head of the de-!
i partment of modern languages at the I II I
United States Naval academy; com-
manded the flagship Rainbow and the

cruiser Albany; acted as governor of ,
THINKS: LIME SHOULD BE "Extensive improvements for St. Guam and as commandant of "I''" 11, Ii ;I I I I.I, 'I'I\, I I.. ,,, ,., I'w.''II'. ,"' .,' ,
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navy yard and was retired d l i dl I rll I 1' I N iilh>v
A citizen who has had considerable once," says the Record. "City coun- from the service June 30,1908.
.f in matters thinks cil has ordered the '
experience sanitary preparation of Commodore Dyer is survived by his WHITE GHOST OF DISASTER AT ture, one reel of the Italian cavalry, tures, and if the management of the
that the city authorities should have ordinances for the paving of Bay wife, who was the daughter of Gen. THE LUCERNE and another single reel, also a little Lucerne can obtain these pictures ata
lime or some other disinfectant scat- street, from King street to Fort Ma- 0. H. Palmer; by his son, George Leland bit of comedy. flat rental, the prices will always
tered on the spoil bank of the sewer rion Circle, Treasury street from Cor- I'i Mr. Kent wishes to state that by remain the same.
Dyer, Jr., in Disaster
paymaster the The White Ghost of
ditches as they are opened, and requested dova to St. George, and Riberia from Monday of next week he will have
navy; by a daughter, Dorothy, who is played to over twelve hundred and I 1 .he screen set sufficiently back on
the Sentinel to make this ; Orange street to the paving near Va- the last night at If you are in need of good print-
wife of Lieut. Strait, of the navy, fifty pleased patrons he stage, so that even the first rows
suggestion. The odors that arise lencia. Central avenue will also' be now stationed in China and the Lucerne, and brought back to the of seats will be as desirable as the ing, we would like to know it. Put-
from the open ditches are vile and paved and these streets and avenues daughter, Susan ; by a memory of all the terrible disaster of last, and in this manner none will ting out good printing is our busi-
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formerly instructorin the sinking of the Titanic. Besides lave to stand for fifteen or twenty
charge the atmosphere with will be put in fine condition as ness. When we good printing,
un- soon say
the violin in
Rollins college, and this masterpiece of moving pcture minutes waiting for seats as hap-
wholesome scents. The citizen referred as possible." Such improvementswill who is about to graduate from the photography, the Cricket on the pened last night. we don't mean fair, but the best ob-
to thinks many possible ills I be of great value to the Ancient department of music of Yale univer- Hearth, a two-reel American feature No advance in prices will be tainable. Give us a trial and we will
may be prevented by timely attention City.-Times-Union Short Talks. after Dickens' work, and the Mutual: charged tonight for the talking picI show }"ou. The Sentinel. Phone 24. \
r his sity. He was greatly admired and Girl were shown. The entire bill was I tures and the other four reels of film. ,
to suggestion. The sewer work loved by all who knew him. very pleasing and is a good sample of In fact, there will be no more ad- \ .
will be continued for a month yet, For a man who buys 45 suits of what the patrons of the Lucerne may lances in prices at any time unless To get the most news while it is
and it is not too late I have right to expect in the future. he Kleine Attractions insiston
to take such clothes a year Geoge V. is having a Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, a George news, read the Morning Sentinel
' action. The bill for tonight includes two same for the showing of their fea-
lot of trouble over one Ulster. on Court street. 12-5-ti I reels of the Photophone talking pic tures, besides a t\vo-reel Broncho fea- daily.

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2000 yards of Ginghams, 6 yards to customer, was the record made by one of our bargain counters

s at our last Saturday After Supper Sale. We were greatly pleased and know that all who "took it in"

i and "got theirs were also. We are moved now to do even greater things, so again, between the hours

of 7:30 to 9:00

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Saturday, April 4th, Our Saturday After Supper Sale

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hold sway with good music by Newell's orchestra, and bargains, the best ever, in every Department and

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.Ii:i JUST A FEW OF OUR BIG SPECIALS PLEASE

: OUR BEST SPECIAL-O PIECES WHITE GOODS WHITE AND COLORED WASH SKIRTS-.One big lot ranging in price

f Flaxons, Voiles, Batists and Crepes, in Stripes, Plaids and figures, 25c to from $1.25 to $3.00 in Piques, linen and Ratines. A very enticing propo-

g 35c values These are even better values than the '
t. This sale only ,100, ginghams of last Saturday. sition, for this sale only -----------------------------. 79cFIRST

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f $1.00 TO $1.25 MEN'S SHIRTS. THIS SALE ONLY ---- 79 cts.
I CARD TABLES-This department has an unusually fine lot of card ta-
t 2 SHIRTS TO CUSTOMER. These shirts are new and very pretty .
to This sale only
$3.00. ---- ---------- -------
J in color and design. : : $1.69
\ bles, leather and felt top, ranging from $2.x0
It is to introduce you to this, one of our new and up-tadate de
partments.FIRST FLOOR YOU WILL LIKE THIS ONE-THIRD FLOOR :

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plenty of SWIFT PREMIUM HAMS, which I am going to let go at 19c per pound, one ham to customer. Just ordered today for f .
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