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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 4, 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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;, THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

J The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.



!t VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914. NUMBER 46.
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VIGOROUS R PROTESTS I[ I MADE[ A AGAINST 1 I [EDITORS Will VOID MEETING AT A AkISSIMMEEWEDNESDAY T BRAY OF ORANGE ELECTED COUNTY VICE[ [EXCHANGE PRESIDENT I CRRRANIACONGRATUI N l lA TES VillA





SOME Of f l THE f RESERVE BANK CITIES To Organize ciation Lake for Central_Region Peninsular I'ressAsso Succeeds of the Ocoee Late Who D.Died 0. Maguire ( UPON r N l THE f CAPTURE OF f I TORREON R f N


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1d1 MEMBERS OF CONGRESS I CHURCH ARCHITECT T Will S SUBMI T -
Kissimmee, Fla., April 3.-Final ar At a meeting of the Orange County BUSINESS[ S LICENSES[N REACH H TOTAL ULTIMATE VICTORY MADE

DELUGED WITH MANY PlANS 10 BAPIIS1S! ran"gements have been made for the Citrus Sub-Exchange held at the Of NEARLY FOUR R H HUNDRED N I CERTAIN SAYS REBEL

MESSAGES organization of the Lake Region offices of the exchange )'esterdayIr.. j CHIEFTAIN
Press association, to be composed of B. W. Bray was elected vicepresidentto

J. E. Greene of Birmingham Will Ar the newspaper men of Orange, Osceola succeed the late D. 0. Maguire, This Source of Revenue Will Be i i -

NEW ORLEANS HAS A BIG KICK rive Today and Go Before Volusia, Lake and Seminole counties who died recently at his home at inj,
Building CommitteeThe at a meeting to be held here on Ocoee. Neighborhood of Seven Thousand REBELS CONTROL HAlf Of MEXICO[

Wednesday, April 8. The entertainment Mr. W. C. Temple, of Winter Park, Dollars
committee of the board of trade was elected to fill the the
CLAIMING TO BE CENTER OF vacancy on
building committee of the Baptist have arranged a program and it is board caused the WILL NOT DISCUSS FUTURE
by resignation of Mr. How many business houses andfirms
GULF COAST TRADE IS NOT
church will meet this evening at expected that practically every editor H. A. Ward. are there in Orlando? Make a PLANS FOR FEAR THAT
SATISFIED,THAT DALLAS 7:30 to receive a presentation of and in the five'
newspaper man nThose present at the meeting were guess. How many, did you say? HUERTA WOULD TAKEADVANTAGE
WAS CHOSEN plans for the proposed new church by ties will be on hand. The secretary Mr. ,L W. Tilden, of Tildenville; Mr. There are 367.
Mr. J. E. Greene, of Birmingham.Mr. today.mailed to editor in the W. C.
every Temple, of Winter Park; Mr. That is the number of licenses thatave
Washington, April 3.-(Special)- Greene is an experienctd five counties the following letter and A. H. Foss, of Altamonte; Mr. N. M. been issued s t church architect, having made this Juarez, April 3.Specia1.Carranza ( )
r Charges that politics and personal program: Cogswell, of Clarcona; Mr. T. J. Minor may be a few more this number -
class of construction specialty, and held a telegraphic conference
preference controlled the selection of a A sufficient number of favorable of Ocoee; Mr. J. E. Merrill, of I pretty accurately indicates the number -
the few he haserected with Villa today and when the"onfer
some of the federal reserve cities and during past years replies to our invitation having been Plymouth, and Mr. E. F. Sperry,Ares of businesses that are payinglicenses -
a great number of churches.His ence was over Carranza sent a message -
geographical 'divisions came from received we hereby announce that all 1 ident, of Orlando. to be operated in the city.Of .
having been favorably recommended to Villa, congratulating him his
some districts to the capitol today plans scribes in the counties of Volusia, Sales Manager R. L Burton of the course, the number includes also ,
to the consideration of the officers and men their
through representatives whose home Seminole, Lake, Orange, and Osceola, general exchange was a caller at exchange the various shows and other enterprises upon captureof
building committee, an invitation was Torreon."I .
k districts are not pleased with thcommission's will assemble in Kissimmee, on April headquarters yesterday. His: of the kind that pass through "
extended him to in lament profoundly Carranza
report.A appear personith 8, 1914, for the purpose of formingthe resignation was accepted a few days occasionally and are required to secure ,
\\ his drawings. A telegram was said in his message to Villa, "the loss
resolution calling on the treas "Lake Region Press association." ago, but as yet he has not announcedhis license before they perform i inOrlando
received from Mr. Greene yesterday of so many lives of our valiant com
A program has been outlined whichis plans for the future. but Orlando is fortunate
for full information ,
department or
ury saying that he would arrive today, panions. This victory brings the definite -
about the selection of cities will probably enclosed, and we deem this sufficient i- unfortunate, in not having many of
and a meeting of the committee was triumph of our cause nearer and
y notice that we shall be honored his character. For the
f New be Orleans introduced. called for tonight with your presence on the date named. MMijRITY OF EIGHT f FOR R REP[rfAl( the number of licenses issued greater are part lorthe' it will erase the stain of the army of
claiming to be the The Baptist congregation is to be traitors and assassins from our coun
chief port on the gulf and the com incorporated, and made a legal entity Respectfully, Kissimmee Board of legitimate concerns that are doing try."
BILL IN HUE
Trade, C. F. Johnson, secretary. business in Orlando. .
mercial center of all the gulf trade, is i for the business of building the Carranza said this evening that the
protesting against the selection of church. Notice of the intention I to Following is the program: II I The city's revenue from this source taking! of Torreon was of the greatest .
Reception committee will meet the I for the preceding fiscal
Dallas as the reserve center for i its apply for letters patent appears elsewhere year was importance because the constitutionalists -
south bound A. C. L train at 9:15. Membership' Canvassed by SenatorSimmons about five thousand dollars, but there
district in this issue of the Sentinel, : can now concentrate large bodies -
Guests will be escorted to Graystone Who Reports That will be a considerable increase this
Senators and representatives today being signed by Messrs. W. E. Stevenson of men against any stronghold of
hotel. President's )Fear. It is believed that
Bill the
Will Pass totalwill
i were deluged with letters and telegrams W. M. Davis and George W. the enemy without danger.
Leave Graystone hotel at 9:45 for l reach within the neighborhood of
protesting, and asking that Phillips, leading members of the con- Carranza refused to discuss the future -
Osceola high school building. Washington, April 3.-The Panama seven thousand.
public hearings be demanded of the gregation. plans of the constitutionalists
10 a. m.-Opening overture-Osce- tolls exemption repeal bill is now in : because of the fear
',, federal reserve board after it is a P- that Huerta
pointed.The ola high school orchestra. the senate committte on inter-oceanii. might take advantage of them if,

selection of cities is subject to BIG VICTORY fOR UNOrnWOOD I IN N -Address H.of R.welcome May.ResponseR to KissimmeeMayor canals. It was sent there when it i SAYS VAlUATiONS ARE E BUN[ G made known.
came over from the house. :
review by the federal reserve board, RAISED[ OVER IHf STATE With the Torreon victory the con-
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Holly Sanford.
AlABAMA IS THE FORECAST Senator O'Gorman, chairman of tb I stitutionalists now control over half
4 which is yet to be appointed by the Music-Selection by orchestra. j committee, has announced
that he
g prsident II of the republic. They now have tele-
Address of welcome on behalf of would call a meeting of the committee graphic communication and railroad
5 Kissimmee board of trade-S. J. Trip- for Tax Commissioner John S. EdwardsP3)'S
Believed That Popular Leader Will Tuesday. connections to Durango and the outskirts -
t' Be Given Majority of Thirty lett, president. Senator Owen, "and the friends of I a Visit to Assessor of the city of Zacatecas, and

J JOHN lNDSfNOME H [ COMING Thousand Over Hobson Response-Chris Codrington, De- fight for the repeal of the objectionable Arthur Butt also reach to Tepic on the southwestand '

Land. clause, said that if after a wethe Matamoras and almost to Tam-
REVIVES[ INTEREST[ IN MxI[ O Music-Selection eke
by orchestra. That
Birmingham, April 3.-Special.)- committee does not report ti the tax assessors all over thestate pico on the extreme east, and to within
The most bitter political campaign in Address of welcome on behalf of bill out a motion to have it discharge are raising their valuations a short distance of San Luis Potosi -

the(history of Alabama will close tomorrow county schools-Supt. W. J. Sears., rom further consideration :of the the fifty per cent. basis required toy on the south.
Several Minor Matters of Importance night. Response. E. Woods, Eustis. measure will be made in the senate."I the state tax commission of whichhe In his telegraphic conference with

Have Been Overlooked Be- A complete straw vote of the state Music-Selection by orchestra. have a right to assume," said is a member, Mr. John S. Edwards Carranza today Villa reported a battle -

cause of Torreon has just been completed by securingan Address of welcome on behalf of Senator Owen, "and hte friends of said yesterday it was probable that this morning at San Pedro, twen-
press of Osceola county-C. F. Johnson ) the administration have the the state millage would be reduced
A 1I' unbiased estimate from every right to ty-five miles east of Torreon, in
I' Washington, April 3.-Announcement county seat in Alabama. the Journal.ResponseC. assume, that the committee will report from 71-2 to 5.Commissioner. which a hundred federals were killed

of the prospective departure The estimates of the total vote E. Howard, Orlando.JusicSelection this bill to the senate promptly] Edwards visited theoffice at a garrison there after a sharp battle -

I from Vera Cruz of John tina, President Monday for United States senator !\ by orchestra. I believe that a week's time is sufficient of Tax Assessor Arthur Butt with the rebels under Hernandez

? Wilson's personal representative, 137,500, the largest ever polled. tf) halt 11 a. m.-Adjourn Fraternity for the committee, inasmuch as to ascertain if he was carrying out and Ortega. The rebels took 153 federal -

revived interest today in the futuretrend this Underwood, it is estimated, will the merits of )he whole thing have the orders of the commission, and prisoners. Villa also reported
j; of the Washington govern receive 84,500; Hobson, 53,000. Un Prof. R. M. Evans will preside at been thoroughly gone into. raising the valuations to the agreed to Carranza that the federals were

ment's Mexican policy. derwood carrying every congressional -i reception in high school. "If the committee does not act standard. Mr. Butt informed him throwing away arms and other im- ,

For several weeks officials here district except the sixth, Hobson's I Call to order by R. J. Holly, San- within a week, why then there will that he was making the necessary pediments in their flight from Tor- a
ford. be nothing for the senate I I changes in his books, which willfive
have home district to do but reon, and that the rebels had captured
pointed to the battle of T
oof> : Appointment of committees. to instruct its committee to act." amount to an increase of about much ammunitoin and arms at Tor-
1 reon as likely to furnish an index Election of
officers. Senator Simmons, who is organizing per cent in Orange county. Mr. Edwards reon.The.

its the effects future, on but the the military result, as or well diplomatic as- 'DETECTIVE[ BURNS SAYS THAT NE[ Next New business.place of the forces for the repeal bill on said that in some of the counties capture of Torreon marks the
meeting. behalf of the the assessors
administration, has completed were increasingtheir climax of the first campaign of the

strength situation of the two as factions respects, is stilla the KNOWS THE[ MURDERER R [ [ 3:30 Adjournment m.-Auto ride I a personal poll of the senate. in valuations a hundred per cent revolution to oust Victoriano Huerta
p. visiting Kis"I made order to meet the
a careful and thorough demands of the from the provisional presidency at
matter of
some uncertainty. simmee
Country club. canvass of the' senate," said he, "andI commission. This means simply that Mexico City. It gives the constitutionalists -
While the president has said Mr. But Admits That He Doesn't Know 8:30 p. m.-Smoker at Fraternity. can say that there is a certain majority the valuations have been previously virtual control over the
Lind would return to Vera Cruz after; Whether Frank Is Guiltyor hall. Toasts for smoker: J. M. Will of eight for the repeal measure. made upon a twenty-five per cent whole northern tier of Mexican
he had obtained a rest obse son, Jr. toastmaster. basis
J many or Not I "There is no way by which this and even less. states.
,ers think he never will go 'back, as You are welcome here to Kiss.im-' majority can be reduced unless some The commissioner expressed his' At first Villa attempted assaults

I there has been a disposition for many Chicago, April 3.-"I know who the mee-Lewis O'Bryan, Kissimmee.The 'i of the senators should die. I have pleasure at the unanimity with which! on the strong federal positions in

weeks on the part of the Washington murderer of Mary Phagan is," The difference between a suffragette seen the men. Two other senators I I I the order of the commision was being I daylight, but these proved costly, so
government to refrain from diplomatic and a suffering man-C. E. are with and I do I, carried out, and said that the
1 William J. Burns, the detective, to- us not believe that people I the days were spent in cannonading
,activity while the contending military day, on his return from a trip to Kansas Woods, Eustis. they will change. That makes a majority I I would be glad of it eventually. The and the nights in assaults. Positions

," forces struggled for supremacyin City. "I can't say at this time How I made a fortune running. a of ten. Five more, now on the method of assessing taxes at less were taken and lost time and time

[ 1 Mexico. That this position will be whether it is Leo M. Frank or someone newspaper-R. J. Holly, Sanford. fence, I think, will come to us. than their cash value was responsible again. Several night attacks sent the

t indefinitely is probable un else, but I know his identity and How I lost my thirty cents runninga "There is hope for a total majority for deterring the investment of cap- federals scurrying from strong positions .
o tJontinUed to foreigners or some oth newspaper-W. J. Sears, Kissimmee. of sixteen.. If I ital and had been known to frustrate
but
;' can prove that he committed theses mur were laying a wager i iJ I at daybreak the captors
.t" for emergency cau der." on the majority that the bill will have I I I many land sales. would be compelled to evacuate be-

Frank was superintendent of the Orlando, the city of six thousand when the vote comes, I would con-f I If the valuations reach the figure cause of the strength and accuracy

;f In the attention that has been torsNational Pencil company's factory in souls and Reese-C. E. Howard, Or-I I sider it safe to bet on sixteen or:I which the commission believes they of the enemy's fire, which was said

.f+ centrated on the battle at Torreon, Atlanta, Ga., and is under"sentence to lando. more. ;,I will reach the governor will have the to have been directed by French and

the Benton and Vergara cases have die on April 17, for the ,murder of How me and Stetson made DeLand "As a member of the committee on ': authority to reduce the state miRage, German gunners.

w been practically lost sight of, but the girl. -Chris Codrington, DeLand. interoceanic canals, I predict that the :: and predicted that this reduction I Losses have not been compiled, but

there is every indication that with The detective was employed sev- How I keep my "outh-J. 'C. bill will be reported back to the sen- !! would probably amount to two mills i General Villa estimates his own losses

the battle over and when another readjustment eral weeks ago by'friends of the convicted Veatch, St. Cloud. ate without unnecessary delay. A i!i. and a half. .I lat| 500 killed and 1,500 wounded and

t of military forces ensues, man, to investigate the Pha A committee of five will look after majority of the committee will vote '' the federal loss at 1,000 killed and t

further information will be sought gan mystery. He declined to say visitors other than those who are I to report the bill out and let the sen- "SOUTHERN CROSS" ELlE\'E ED 2,500 wounded, with an unknown
:* from both constitutionalist and federal upon what grounds he based his deductions present to participate in the formation ate consider it." J i TO BE LOST I II I'number' of prisoners.

.4: chiefs as to the course they intendto but said they would be set of the press association. I This notef optimism found an ,I St. Johns, N. F., April 3.-(Spe! -!)I Villa believes the federals, whom !

.4 pursue in satisfaction of injuries forth in a report which he would echo in the attitude of the Republicans |icial.I )-No further word was received I j i his cavalry is pursuing to the south,
inflicted by their subordinates. make soon to the attorneys in the NO CHANGE' THE CONDITIONOF in congress. The consensus !I today from the steamship "Southern> forms but a remnant of the Huerta

case. Hearing on an extraordinary J. H. WOODWARD among them today was that it would j' Cross." It is now feared that her enforce:: whose loss he says probably i3

JANE S. WON FIRST LEG motion for a trial is set for April 16, No improvement was reported I in be folly to attempt. a winning fight |r: tire crew of one hundred and sev- I, close to being total. All the subordinate J!

4 the day before that set for the hanging the condition of Mr. J. H. Woodward, against the president in the immediate :; enty have perished in the blizzard: +I generals have not yet reported, jI

,. St. Augustine, Fla., April 3.-( of Frank. The motion autoNew mat- of Birmingham, who is lying in a future. The Republican house!:I that wrecked the sealer "Newfound-I t, however, and until they do, just how f

i ,cial.)-Dunbar Wright, of the ical'y! stays' the execution. critical condition at his winter homenear leaders have decided to adopt the i:iland." The "Newfoundland's" dead I many were captured can not be accurately j!

York Yacht club", stands a good show I I Orlando. He is unconscious and president's policy of "watchful wait-': are now known to number sev aty- ] stated. The battle line was !

of carrying away the Southern championship THE WEATHERhis little hope for his recovery is enter ing" until they get another opportunity I'I seven, and several more of the one'I I four miles long and field was outlined ,

trophy as a result of Florida: Fair Saturday, cool tained. He is being attended by Dr. for attack upon a great issue. hundred and twelve who were rescued by three great hills, formed like acarpenter's

boat, the "Jane S.f" winning the first northwest portion. Sunday, fair,rex G. L. McRae, a specialist from PhilaThey conceded generally today probably won't survive. The square, at either end of
A leg of today's race. The second leg cept showers in northern portion. delphia. IDs daughters. Mrs. Oscar that the president has now established "Southern Cross" was last seen Toeswhich lay the towns of Gomez Pala-

will be run tomorrow. "Impudence, Underwood and Mrs. G. L Hopkins, himself in an impregnable position day, Just before the blizzard started cio and Torreon.

Jr.," of Jacksonville, owned by Geo. See the elegant assortment of Easter of Birmingham, with other members since they failed to disturb him The American revenue cutter "Sen- The federals had fortified the hills
W. Call, came second cards and booklets at Curtis & 'of the ,family, are in attendance at even when using Speaker. Clark as eca" has begun search for the misswith rifle pits, trenches and barbed 'I
O'Nea Book and Stationery Store. his bedside. their battering ram. ing steamer. (Continued on page


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THE QUALITY STORE I STORE WITH THE GOODSOrlando's Genuine Bargain :

I in Real EstateGood I t

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eight-room house, .
with connected kitchen "

twenty acres first class land

al cleared, 315 bearing

TESTED DRUG STORE Orange Trees, in first class Under New Management
; | condition, fine bloom. Land
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j I into five-acre tracts, is on Grand
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road to Conway, 2 1-2

OLIVEOIL T I GARDEN Read this Column miles from Court House, '

road on two sides, main
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Goods advertised in this column are road will be bricked this BEGINNING MONDAY
W are among the largest dealer in SEED II
at Special prices and this sale is only
Has rural
pure imported Olive Oil in this section. I for a limited time. I- year. delivery,
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We import only the best oil through ..Don't delay planting your garden Viclet Ammonia (%:ic: size), special l:c. and shool wagon. Sold to Six Reels of the Latest Licensed Pictures Daily at
ear broker in New York. We sell I Now is the time and our store the This is a delightful adjunct to the :: close and estate. CHEAP .
this Oil under fall guarantee. place to buy your aced.LIVINGSTON .
E bath. Try one bottle under our for cash reasonable .
1-2 Pints ..............,........$ .2$ antee. guar or very CHILDREN 5c J
Pint ... ..., .......1......... 51 Fels Naptha Soap, C bars for .....2Sc.Itory terms will be made. II: ADULTS lOc
Quart ... ... ... ............ 1.00fx' IMP TOMATO Soap. 6 bars for ........2Se. LORD & BRADSHAW
Special prices on larger Quantities. Life Bony Soap, ( bars for .....27c. COMING '
------ SEED, $2.25 per lb. Fairy Soap, C bars for ........2Sc.Lata Exclusive Agents ,
Country Gentlemen Corn ....Jl.OO pk. Soap 6 bars for ...........27c.
I Castile Soap I Stowell's Evergreen n.....$1.00 pk. Grandpa's Tar Soap ( bars for ..27c. IIII ttl&t." April 6, "ADVEXTUES OF KATOALYN,"-Seliff.
Florida Favorite Melon Seed. ,
I Delaney's Hard Water Soap, 3
Alabama Sweet Melon Seed.
i Tom Watson Melon Seed. Cakes for ......... .......2Sc. April 7, "PERILS OF PAULINE"-Pathe Players.
I Pure Imported Castile Soap Ib .21e. I
Mottled Castile Soap Ib .........%Ic. Rockeyford Georgia Rattlesnake Canteloupe Melon Melon Seed.Seed. Dr. BucKmaster April 17, Dustin Farnum in "THE SQUAW MAN,"- '
6. One pound of this Soap males! about i
4 tea-eent cakes.Sunllowcr. Moth DestroyersMoth Lasky Production
> DISTILLED EXTRACT Osteopathic Physician :
----- I Balls, 3 lbs for ...........25c. j April 22, "DOLLY OF THE DAILIES"Edison.IATINEE .
WITCH HAZELThis Lavender Comp, box ..........13c.. 132 Orange Avenue :
SeedA Cedar Mothaline, box ............Iic: :. I
is a food remedy for cuts,
bruises and mosquito hites. Pint bottle I We guarantee these .to keep your Next door to People's Bank, :
good feed for chickens, Ib ...,1t.f ..... ... ... ... ... ... ..25c. clothes from moths.Periume 3:30 to 5:30 i
up-stairs. Acute and chronic :

Initial Paper SHIVAR GINGER ALEThis Sale, Etc. diseases treatedTelephone 578. ':, EVENING 7:00 to 10:00 f

ginger ale is one of the best ;
We are closing out this stock: at ridiculously on the market. It is made with the Carnation Extract (25c. bottle.21c. ,
low prices. famous Shivar mineral water at Crab Aple Extract (25c. bottle.21c. '
50c value for ..................38e. Shelton, S. c., and is not only I excellent Japanese Honey Suckle (lie bottle) ...
Highland Plaid Paper. 25c. value..21c. the kidneys for the also.stomach We but can food sell you for ............... ... ... ... .21c. WOOD, COAL AND ICE :. I'I
c Fi ldshire Linen, 2Se. value .,...21e. any quantity of this ale. By the dozenor I Field Violet Ext (Z5e bottle).....19c.
case. .Single bottle pint lin...1k. Whisk Brooms ..... Wood $1.50 strand Hand's :
..... 25e
Paradise Lawn, 25c. value .19c. ( value) 19e. a up.
... ... ............
Per Dozen $1.50
Tooth Brushes lie value) .....19c. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf I J IIIII I 0 I .tic0 0 I t I 0 IIII 1111-11111111 I11I1.
Tooth Brushes (J5c value.2k.
Partial List Mineral Tooth Brushes (50c value)....42c.
D. C. COLD CAPSULESIf Soap Boxes lie value.IOe.

Colgates Violet Talc ...........Ik.
Waters the change in the weather has Colgate's Cashmere Boquet ......15c.
given yon a cold, it will surprise yon Mcnncns Talcum .. ............15c.
to see such prompt relief from the Violet Talcum .................15c. For Economy and Purchase Power
Vichy Water. I use head.of Price D. C..Capsules.. ... ..for....cold.....in..2ic the: :. Violet Talcnmm (Ibs) ..........21c. s
\Buffalo Harris Spring Lithia..Water.Water. of your money, "Try Wright's"Farm. ,

4 y, Abilena Pluto Water.Water. 7590This Toilet Paper .

White Rock Water. is a prescription for neuralgia Waldorf (Big 5c value) S rolls ... .. Is it Citrus land
Appollinaris Water. and nervous headaches, especially recommended for.... ... ... ... ... .....2 c. of Quality?
Apcnta Water. in cases of headache, caused Scott's Tissue, 3 Rolls for .......2k.:
Rubinot Water. from over-eating or nervousness. Palmetto (lOc.) 3 rolls for .....2k. The picture will tell the story
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Contains no opiates or habit-forming Formaldehyde and Sulphur Fnnu-
Veronica Water. I drugs. If not relieved your money gators ............ ... .......2k.
? Poland Water. I back. Price ....,.................2k. Scott's Tissue Towels ... ... ...Iflc. "Yes," Price tells the Bargain.



DeLANEY die ABERNETHY 340 ACRES GOOD LAND

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ITI Next Door lOc Store ORLANDO, FLORIDA 40 Acres under fence, 200 good orange


WRIGHT trees, two story house, barn,

{ WORKING ON GOVERNMENT EXPERIMENT LESSON FROM CHILDHOODThe game of seven-up for his rooster. ., R FOR REALTY REAL& SEED tSfATE CO: .. best of water, three lakes. Snap

FARM John accepted the gambler's proposi- bargain sale. '
challenge of John V. Denton to tion and the two began the play. The

The government experiment farm, Congressman Frank Clark to meet gambler won, picked up the rooster
located three miles from town on the, him in joint debate reminds the Sun and started off. After going a few

Fort Christmas road, is being put in of an anecdote related by Congressman paces he looked back at John and noticed

condition for cultivation, and already: Chas. M. Cooper when he was that the boy was still in a sitting 1I:1'111111111111111111111111111' :::::::: :;ii :" f i m "mW III It'll II I"III'
the Democratic nominee for V
five acres have been sown to various: congressin posture, his elbows on his knees
kinds,of aromatic plants and grasses,:I the eighties and Hon. A. S. Mann and his cheeks supported by his

which will be the specialty for this i was a candidate against him as the hands. 'What's the matter?' asked Orlando Bank & Trust CoAt

tY station. Dr. Samuel C. Hood, who I'' nominee of the Populists. Mann issued the gambler. 'Nothing,' replied the

has charge of the work, said yesterday -. a similar challenge to Cooper, boy. 'Well, didn't we play for the the Close of Business March 27, 1914
: "We are getting things pretty i which the latter paid no attention to, rooster, and didn't I beat you?' again

well in shape, but we are not able and when he was addressing a Demo- queried the gambler. 'Yes,' answered RESOURCESLoans

yet to make much of a showing for cratic meeting in Bradford countyone John. 'Well, what are you moping
and Discounts . . . . ,$375,648.96
Mr.
what we have done, for we have day a Populist interrupted about, wasn't the game fair?' 'Yes,' r,
'
nothing growing yet. In the course Cooper with the inquiry as to why said John, 'but I'm trying to figureout Overdrafts .1,459.31

} of a few months, say along in July, he had not accepted Mr. Mann's chal- what in hell you put up againstmy Stocks and bonds . . . . .. 26,018.33 j
we will be able to show some things lenge, which inquiry Mr. Cooper an- rooster.''' Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . 26,437.37

.' up and growing. At the present the swered, about as we remember, as Probably that is the way Frank Cash on hand and in banks . ... . 428,721.62

visitor would see nothing but just follows: Clark looks at Denton's challenge.- -
land." Dr. Hood said that much work "My friend, the challenge of Mr. Gainesville Sun. $858,285.59 1(

remains to be done in the laboratory Mann reminds me of an incident LIABILITIES

:: at the fair grounds, but this could which happened to a playmate of The Titusville Advocate says: "It Capital stock . . . . . . .$100,000.00
well afford to wait, for there wouldbe mine during my boyhood days by the has been a very beautiful sight in Surplus and undivided profits . . 32628.51

no use for a laboratory until the name of John, who was a great loverof this section of Brevard county to seethe Due to Banks . . . . . . 230.00

':. time came for the extraction of oils chickens. John possessed a very I immense bloom on the orange and Re-Discounts . . . . . . None

from the plants. A small botanical fine rooster which was 'cock of the grapefruit trees, as well as peach Bill Payable . . . . . . . None
garden will be planted at the labora I:walk' in his neighborhood, and one trees. Some claim that they have not

tory for show purposes. day a black leg gambler came along seen so much blossom on the trees in ( Deposits . . . . . 725,427.05 'e
,and proposed to play the boy the first years.:

TRIFLING WITH A SERPENT I $858,285.59

I, imiMiiMMIIHMIMIMiimilMIMHMIMMMMH .
There is a fable that a serpent !* Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

found himself surrounded with a ring I Deposits March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05

of fire, and said to a man standing I
'." ," I Increase in 23 days . . . . 75,942.14
near, "Lift. me out, and the answer I ORLANDO O W A ASIIINGTON
was, "If I do, you will bite me." Deposits, March 27, 1913 . . . . 591,149.61

4 Over and over the serpent pledged! Deposits, March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05
I
himself that he would not do it, and
_, finally, the fable goes, the young man I I DRAWING ROOM Increase over last year . . . . 134,277.44 '
: reached and lifted the serpent I
i over M. M. SMITH, Present
from his perilous position.But i SLEEPING CAR W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier '- ,
,
he was no sooner safe than his I

fangs protruded, and he made ready VIA Directors
to strike with the sting of death. "
M. M. Smith, W. 31. Davis, E. H. McNeill
r "But you promised you would not," R. L. Hyer, James A. Knox, H. L. Beeman,
q said his rescuer."I I ATL&NTICCOAST& T LINE[ L. B. Long, J. W. Jackson, T. IL Evans,
know I did" said the serpent: D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs.

; 11 "but can't it help is my it." nature to sting, and I ,Ite :::::: :::: :::: : :: : ***+*******+*+ .+

And this is true of strong drink.I OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M I II I -
Men have trifled with it and they Ii SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTH
i WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES FOR SALE-At a bargain, if takenat
imagine that when they choose to do I j I am now organizing an excursion once: One two-chair barber
so, they can break themselves free I 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
OPTICAL REPAIRING ;
from its power; but it is its nature Tueflays J afl Satuflays j jFOR April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 10 acres good land just outside city ,
to sting and kill and destroy, and no I from Orlando to Albany, which includes limits, 125 bearing orange trees,
4 one is so string that he can overcome i! baggage transfer in Jacksonville grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
I 1- and New York. Special reduction and two large pecan trees; four room
it in his own strength if it once
Jl RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON to those starting at Jacksonvilleor house, new barn, good horse and rig,.
gets a hold upon his life.-Ex. ; stopping at New York. For good farming implements: This place is
jI I; ; W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. berth and rooms make reservationsnow located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto
It is estimated by prominent pro ; ; W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. of C. P. Smith, Hand building, sell on account of health. Address
corner Orange avenue and Church Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at
ducers that approximately 18,500car ; ORLANDO, FLA.. DR. L H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST street, before March 2L -5tfW. 203 Boone street 3-26-10t

loads of citrus fruit have been ; ; George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando. ;
shipped out of the state so far this T. ENTRICAN, W. T. ENTRICAN,
: season. This is said to be about 90 J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa. 'i (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likta) Painter and interior decorator, New Makes a specialty of painting, papering
ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
per cent of the crop. I MMIIIilMMIIIIIIIillllillilllilHim ,ORLANDO, FLORIDA Expert workmen employed. Phone 636. l-2Mm
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SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914. _THE_ORLANDO MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLA. PAGE THREE
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j RESERVE[ BANKS WilL NAVE[ AN I R REV.' fR. CURLY[ TO BE E BISHOP MRS. HOWELLS SUFFRAGETo FAVORS EQUAL Oar 'II'I'I"'I'III"'I""I" "


IMMENSE APnAUZATI OF f ST. AUGUSTINE[ DIOCESE[ [ the Editor-
Uneeda Biscuit A late issue of the Woman's Jour- : filla
.t illill r
nal gives a report of an Equal : !

Nourishment-fine fla- Rights tea, given by the New York : i
Estimated That New Federal Reserve BEV 18
vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. Suffrage party in honor of the new :
Will Begin With Hun- Young Priest of DeLand Appointedby
System All officers of the 12th Assembly district I
the Pope to Succeed Our new line for the Spring
dred Million in Hand at which the leader Mrs.F. :
Late Bishop for 5 cents, in the new and Summer season of 1914 is
H. Hall, read the following letter, :
moisture-proofpackage. i Never in the history
Washington, April 2.-The new fed- iI which coming from one so well known : now complete. -
Rome, Italy, April 2.-The pope today I '
eral reserve banking system will appointed Rev. Mike J. Curley, iI in America, should have some weight I I of our business have we

start business with a total authorized rector of St. Peters, DeLand, Fla., to I with the reading public:- been able to show such a line of

capital of about $100,000,000 for all be bishop of the diocese of St. Au- "Dear Mrs. Hall: The fact that I : new and timely goods for Eas-

reserve banks, no matter how many am in Boston this winter and not
gustine. He succeeds the late Bishop ter selling. Our line of Dress
institutions the organization committee in New York, will best account for''
Kenny. Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery -
decides to set up. This became my not coming to your Equal Rightstea. Ready-to-Wear goods and

apparent last night, when figures Father I hope, without coming, that I '
Curley has been rector of f notions is complete-the styles
were made public from all national St. Peters in DeLand for about two ape r> may bear witness to the love and are varied enough to suit

banks responding to the last call of years, and was for a while stationedat honor I bear in your cause, which I the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
the comptroller of the currency, made is son one with civilization and humanity I
St. Augustine. He is a young man, every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
' March 4. being about thirty-five years of age. that I wonder any civilizedman I Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from t

The statement issued, giving these He was born in Athlone, Ireland, and can be against it. Men have the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent t

f figures, will be the last of the kind attended school in that town for sev- BironetBiscuit made a mess of trying to rule the ,. cheaper than the regular prices.We .

before formal launching of the new eral years when a boy. He receivedhis Round thin world alone and it will never be put I will appreciate and be more than pleased to show i
tender
their'clear
system, unless the organization com- college education in Mungret college to rights 'till women with I you our line if you will call on us.

mittee changes its present purpose at Limerick, one of the greatest with a delightful flavor heads and true hearts come to our I

and delays announcement reserve schools in Ireland, which is conductedby -appropriate forluncheon rescue. It will never be clean and :

districts and cities for the location of the Jesuit Fathers. tea and dinner decent until then. Yours sincerely,

regional banks. The total capital and Graduating from Mungret, he 10 cents.GRAHAM. "W .D .Howells." : I Itt.tl"I'

surplus of the 7,494 national banks, spent several years in Rome, takinga I should be glad if you would print : I m NeW York Bargain Store

reporting, was given at about $1- course in philosophy and theology. this above at your earlist convenience :

788,000,000. Under the reserve act While in Rome he and oblige A SUFFRAGISTMore I
gained quite a rep- l'I"'flllll"I"I'IO IIO"'IIII.. ...t' "
each national bank must subscribe 6 utation for himself, for the interesthe _______
_
per*cent of its capital and surplus to took in the canon I law, one of the help wanted? Room to let ii_ &_ --i, $ -

the capital of the reserve bank .in its most important laws of the Catholic or wanted? Advertise in the Sen- r "

district and 6 per cent. of this total church. He was ordained in Rome. ;irel. Be sure to read the ads. in

would be about $107,000,000. There While in Rome Father Curley made today's Sentinel. They bring results. llanimond&GoreFUNERAL

were only 7,465 national banks who up his mind to come to Florida, and -

signified their intention to enter' the had always expressed a desire to . .I.JII.II..I.o e..

system, so that the total would be come to this state. CRACKERSA
DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
somewhat reduced, but the entrance When Bishop Kenny was in chargeof

into the system of state banks and this diocese, Father Curley, by rea- food for every day.. ForjialeModern .

trust companies will tend to offset son of his knowledge of the laws of Crisp, tasty and : VALUES LOW PRICES

this and it is possible that, with these the church, was appointed dean of strengthening. Fresh COMPARE

institutions included he capital of all the matrimonial board. baked and fresh delivered : 8-room ::

reserve banks will be near $110,000- Father Curley has two cousins in xo cents.
House 2 doors :
OUR FURNITURE
000. this country, who are also in the ,

The actual working capital of the i priesthood, one of whom is rector of west of Wyoming -:

reserve banks may reach only half i St. Patrick's church in Mobile, while \Ve provide the quality of furniture that has long

this amount, for the act provides that the other is stationed in New York | Hotel Bargain been accepted by knowing. furniture buyers as the
mandatory subscriptions of only state. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

three-sixths of the total 6 per cent. i wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
Since the death of the late Bishop :
this point too clear it is of the foundation stonesof
one
The reserve board, the machine which
Kenny the St. Augustine diocese has i ___ _
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will direct the system, is authorized, been in charge of Father O'Brien, one !I aBiMaBMMBHBBB l BIBKHi HUM* this business, and that means much to any buyer.McNEILL .

however to demand of the -------- --- -----
payment of the assistants at the cathedral. I A. L. Bentley
other threesixths.The ,
& DAVIS BLOCK
statement shows national banksto I ,
FORMOSA II
ITEMS 10 L AMELIA AVENUE
be in excellent condition to meet I t Cor.4Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

the demands of the new law. Some M. J. Westfall is now postmasterof Buy biscuit baked by "III'IIOlllllllllllle.oTo \.m J

observers were surprised by the fact ..' -,_. .
Formosa, having just received his \ : ,
that loans and discounts have increased "
appointment from Washington. Mr. NATIONAL THE WEST

instead of being curtailed. F. E. Bosse, who has served faith- BISCUIT -

Loans and discounts. March 4,1914, fully in this capacity for a number of: VIA
amounted to $6,357,535,898, a gain COMPANY
years, has been compelled to resignon

last over call January, of $18,130,936.Subscribing 13, 1914, the. time of the account of failing health. Mr. Always look for that name I SEMINOLE[ LIMITED Louisville Nashville R. R.

Westfall has already very much improved -
banks must begin pay- the service of" both Lv Orlando 3:13 pm
the
post- --------------- OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
ment for their reserve bank stock .J Ar Jacksonville; ___________ 7:30 pn
office and his store, much to the
thirty days after the announcementof I ap- I Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. L. 9:00 pi CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
of his
preciation patrons. IX PRINTINGThe Ga. A. C.L..11:10
the districts and Lv Waycross, pIll INDIANAPOLIS CLEVELAND DETROIT TOLEDO
cities
reserve and ,
I These are days of good roads and< Sentinel will give you the practical Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am
it is believed in some quarters that : 'Ar Ga. A. C. L____ 2:40 am GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.
Formosa is not far in the arrears. A thing and it will be of a dignityand Albany, ,
the statement might show a decreasein ,Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am
new clay road has just been built style that will please you. We've SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED I MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.
loans and discounts because of this ,Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
from the marl to east clay road on got the equipment; we've got the -jAr Opelika! Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 am I Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm i Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm
impending announcement.The I ............ '
Ar. Knoxville .12:00 n n I ...........
loan and Idlewild lane; a fine clay road from perience, and we will deliver the jobon ''r. Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 p Ar. Lexington .............. 6:40 pm i Ar.Ar. Birmingham Montgomery............12'10.n'n 8:50 am
discount increase, the marl to the homes of Mr. Mallory time and in perfect order. Tryus. .Ar Birmingham,Ala. C. of G.12:05 pm Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm ; Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 pm
taken together with the fact that individual -. Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am I'Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35 am
,y and Mr. Dudley; a well graded Phone 24.Shoe Fulton I. C._______ 9:35 Ar. Detroit ................. 7:45 am I Ar. St Louis 7:40 am
deposits increased in the road ,Ar Ky., pm Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm .::::::::::::::
straw from Ar. Chicago
Formosa 9:38
t same period by than postoffice Ar Cairo, 111., I. C._________11:07 pm Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm ;: am
more $39,000000 ,- to the Apopka road, have recently Ar Carbondale,. 111., I. C.____12:13 am Ar. Indianapolis! ............ 7:00 am : DIXIE FLYERAr.
was said to be the best indication I I -- Chicago ............... 7:10 am I
f that the national banks are in been built. Now the Florida Sanita- Repairing [! iAr St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am DIXIE LIMITED ; Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
rium is putting down fifteen hundred !!1- 111.' I. C _____ 1:38 The fastest train to the West I Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
Centralia am
shape to meet the demands of the Ar .... .. .
..
Lv. Jacksonville 9:35 am I Ar. Chattanooga ...........12:00 n'n
new system. According to the state- feet of day road from the marl to POST ,;Ar Matoon, III, I. C_______ 3:30 am Ar. St Louis .............. 2:50 pn Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
their new building! on Lake Estelle. by PARCEL Ar Champaig, 111., I. C.____ 4:29 am Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm j Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 am
ment the resources and liabilities of These with the cutting of the big oak 'Ar Kankakee, !l., I. C._____ 6:20 am
the national banks 111. I. C._______ 7:50 am
were $11,564,497260 ,- trees that stood in the middle of the :Ar Chicago, Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L. & N. Diners. Xo Better
Men's Half Soles, to
7sc 8c Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Rock
their capital stock $1,056,482,120,, Time. Ballast Xo Dost or
marl and were a terror to all vehicles Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75cChildren's j f Solid Through Trains-Composed of Dirt.
and their individual deposits $6,111- SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train with dining ears,
make some substantial im Half Soles, to .observation, compartment, drawingroom -
328,457. Their very SOc 750Hand coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Clever
reserves were put at provements. All hail to a good road Turned Soles, $LOJ section, sleeping cars, arid f-ee land and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Direct
$1,547,592,375, an average of 20.62 connections to Toledo, Detroit PitUbarg', Buffalo.
commissioner and enterprising citi- Heels Repaired, 2c reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
per cent and $47,529,429 above the and Jacksonville with coaches, dining cars, drawing room and observation
zens who know how to get busy. and Chicago, compartment sleeper
amount required by law. The cash All work returned in 24 hours. through to St. Louis on Dixie Limited over 5 hours fastest and only one
Persons allowing stock to run loosein .Orders without remittance returned and St. Louis. All meals in dining night oulMOXTGOMERY
in banks decreased since January,, this section must remember they C. O. D. We pay. ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily, and con-
1914, about $14,000,000, but increased car.For necting sleepers to Chicago.
return postage. sets and Pullman car reservations -
't are personally liable for all damages <(< ,
over April, 1913, about $80,000,000. all on For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.
done by their stock. This ,
of
During March ten new banks were part R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway,
authorized to begin business and since Orange county has a "no fence law" A. Hanson W. or 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville

the currency act has been signed and stock trespassing and damagingtheir 19 East Pine Street D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, 2-2-eod-2ra
neighbor's property can be held Atlantic Coast Line,
there have
been 139 applications for ORLANDO FLORIDA
for damages. With a good live mar- Orlando.
conversion into national banks or for shal in Winter Park and several good i r.' .. .a..J. . . .,. ..
entrance into the new system as state
institutions. cow catchers in Orlando it will be 1"I'I" " 'III'I"'I"'I'I"'III'I'I" "
wiser for stock owners to pay pasture Stationery that is not StationaryOurs

rent than the risk of
run pound fees
WRITTEN BY A SINGLE WOMAN,
PROBABLY and bills for damages.The is constantly on the move becausewe
x
sanitarium now has a very t have what the public desires and at reas-
much improved traffic
service be-
Man in his arrogance rises ever:
up
tween Orlando and Formosa, with H. ORLANDOWater onable prices.Our .
and anon to harangue on the vanity;
A. Shreve in charge. A stock is varied that fur-
and foolishness of woman's dress. new auto I so we can

Well, let him. Who cares, anyway! and auto truck is now making regu- nish most anything you want in size tint ,
lar trips for passengers, baggage and
asks writer in of
a one our exchanges.
Certainly not the woman, for she freight. This with the 0. & S. freight Co. f finish or weight. Just now we are selling a

goes on her way serene and smiling, line to Sanford and four daily trainson & Light great many boxes of Initial Correspondence .

f knowing in the depths of her wily; the A. C. L. stopping at Formosa Cards. Unless your name begins with X, ;

little heart that it is the very con- make transportation services hard to we probably have your initial. The cards are !

ceits he condemns that take his eye equal.

and ensnare his fancy. Woman Electricity' fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come

without her frills and furbelows The College Arms hotel in DeLand and see them. They are only 50c a box. We

would be a sorry sight indeed, and dosed for the season Wednesday, also have the initial paper to match the
man, the sinner, would be the first after having had a most gratifyingseason

. i to tell her so. Man's dress, I must both"in the number of guests Gas Water Ice card J,

admit, is in general very sensible, registered and in the length of their F

I but there is one thing about it that stay. e W. S. BRANCH, !

for uselessness discounts anythingthat j

woman ever wore or thought of. HOTEL FOR LEASEWe Office-No. 18 West Central Ave. The Arcade Book and Music Store

t" I am referring to that little flap that have a 75-room house on, Lake
is placed just below the bosom of Erie, just 12 miles from Cleveland on
hH surface roads and NOTICE LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
line.
the shirt and which is trolley
witha
supplied *V,
dance of traffic and last
year St.
of Schedule Clyde
button hole, but for .!ch the first Change
was
| was decidedly No. 6 While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or
Telephone Johns River Steamers
nobody has ever been able what. uccessful under the management ,ofe
who Until further notice the steamersof "News" sightseeing automobilesfor
It seems to me that to owner, now has other busi- .
ness to take all his time. House is this line will leave Sanford at Lookout Mountain, Point Park,
man should remove that flap beforehe
newly furnished, has
electricity and battlefield
o'clock I Chickamauga Missionary
11:30 a. m.
makes any criticism on the apparel -I all conveniences, bath houses, garage.
TUPPER I Ridge and historical points. For ;
Reasonable N. M. Supt.J. res-
of his better half, and I am sure I leasing privileges can be
every woman in the land agree # arra aped. Address Palmer and Palm- B. CALDER, Agent. I erotions, address 910 Market street.

; Ulantic r National Bank Building, Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914. j 3-3-Apr..23
me. "
Florida.
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THE ORLANDO MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLA. SA'A..
r PAGE F 0 U R _.. -u,, ...-

DAILY' CARRANZA CONGRATULATES FLORIDA MEN ARE WORKING :MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARDMr.
THE
(Continued from page 1)) FOR DRAINAGE CONGRESS Wm. Edwards, of Zellwood, an- AFT! H.
South Florida Sentinel wire entanglements. The nature of nounces for re-election to the county .
Six prominent citizens of Florida school board from District No. 3. Mr.
it
MORNING AND WEEKLY the ground made difficult to recover .
have been appointed a special Edwards is a progressive school man, '
JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. the wounded and many of them' com-
-- died of thirst and hunger or lack of mittee to secure a strong delegationfrom who believes in better schools and i t' A ,
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida attention where they fell. this state to the fourth annual more of them, and who always takesa S
as Second Class Mail Matter. Automobiles were employed, in res- meeting of the National Drainage deep interest in the welfare of the L 1 L

TO ADVERTISERS; cue work, but they could not ascend I: Congress at Savannah, Ga., April boys and girls. He has an excellent UIILiN JU
the hillsides. Some of the fiercest I 22-25, inclusive. They are Governor record as a member of the board and

s :' advert Copy linr for must dupUy be handed and all in at other the kan biuinui-Ht fighting occurred in the hills south of: Park Trammell; Geo. W. Oliver, Esq., will doubtless be returned without op-

office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Gomez Palacio, and west of Torreon.It of Bartow, national executive com- position.Joe rrsr w
:c the day btfore publication. This rule applieito
,. change for contract advertising; it U raged furiously in the Canon de mitteeman from Florida; Mayor R. C.
invariable and win be strictly adhered to. Huarache, where the federals made Hatton, of Bartow, honorary vice- Hugh Reese, editor of the Or-

{ Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- their last desperate stand and from president for Florida; Dr. W. H. Bag- lando Sentinel, has announced him- No. Two'Ve
tinued should notify the office in writing on which they finally fled followed by a gett, of Nocatee, member of the sec- self as a candidate for the legisla
the date of expiration otherwise it will be column of Villa's horse. tion on malaria eradication; Richard ture. Mr. Reese is eminently fittedto
continued at the regular subscription rates
until notice' to stop is received. Hargrave, author, of Arcadia; and occupy the floor, as well as a seat
Twice the rebels took two of the I I were quite sure that there would be no lack of buyers at
SLBSCRIPTIORATES hills only to lose them, but all the : Ben Johnson, contractor, of Miami, in Florida's body of law makers, and the first Saturday Night Sale. The crowd came-it sawandwas

Daily 1 Year .........................$3.00 time the attack grew,more menacing; both members of the general educa- of elected he is sure to be on the conquered. It needed no microscope to discover the remarkable
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 tion committee.The far the people's in-
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 as Villa's men, fighting from all sides I right side as as values. The merchandise was here-exactly as we advertised -
Daily, 1 Month .........:50Weekly except the west, drew the circle closer state of Florida has a larger terests are concerned.-Zolfo Springs it-the prices-well, we only know that action began at the

1 Year ....................... 1.00 about the tnemy.A I and more vital interest in the suc- Truth. stroke of 7 o'clock and continued unabated until closing time.
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .75 hundred small encounters occurred .: cess of the National Drainage Congress -
than has We have prepared for the Second AFTER SUPPER SALE '
intermittently in the streets or I any other state, not NOTICEOf ,
SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914. the of favored I t even excepting Louisiana. With her Intention to Apply for Letters Patent with another great budget of bargains. ..We will see a large percentage
over possession some Notice is hereby given that we the undersigned -
house roof. The roar of cannon was 19,800,000 acres of swamp lands Florida will apply to Honorable James W. of the people who came to the first and a host of
St. Petersburg has put the tangoin ,I has a wonderfully rich agricultural Perkins Judge of the Seventh Judicial Cir- friends-because there has been much talk of the plums that
almost continuous. Both sides used cuit Court of Florida at his Chambers at
!I wheresoever he be were picked at the first sale. So had 'better too-
the discard. empire lying useless. Re- Deland. Florida. or may you come,
armored trains. These, with big guns I found on the 6th day of May, 1914 for letters Another is
o mounted, would suddenly claimed, these acres would add at patent to be issued to the First Bap. crop ready for those who like to buy goods at Retailat
appear I least $200,000,000 to the value of the tist Church of Orlando. :Florida, a corpor- less than most stores pay Wholesale.
While it is popular to cuss the around the elbow of one 6f the hills, poration not for profit' organized for the
Bryan primary law, let us not forget discharge" a broadside and then dis- yearly crops. The work of reclaim- purpose of advancing the Christian Religion, SALE STARTS AT 7 O'CLOCK SHARP-TERMINATING
Denomination
especially the doctrine of the Baptist PROMPTLY
I Kit: that it does away with the second primary appear. ing them would mean the expenditureof of the United States. accordingto AT 10
jl| which is of itself offset for large sums of money in the state the proposed charter thereof. now on file ---
an
[
Early in the attack on Gomez Pa- in the office of Clerk of Circuit Court at
I many other ills. There is to be but lacio the trains would venture out at and the giving of employment to Orlando, Orange County Florida.W. ., DRESS GOODS WASH GOODS .
: one primary, and that will be held the same time and a lively duel would thousands of people. Everything that 'W.. E.M. STEVENSON DAVIS, SILK WARP, RATINES AND DOLLY VARDEN CREPES
June 2.The Florida can do to aid the work of the GEORGE. W. PHILLIPS. EPONGE REGULAR
ensue. It was like a "naval engage- AND BATISTES.
0 ment" on land. The rebels used huge National Drainage Congress will aid 75c., 85c., and $1.00 __ 38 C Regular value
itself far more, and the citizens of MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRLC- 12-1-2 and 15c. Q t
Wauchula Advocate sees noL rockets which were shot to a great nON Weaves that have been extremely -
this state can not help the drainage Saturday night _____ QC
railroad height, exploded in the air and let
; good reason why.a attorney I hereby announce myself as a candidate popular. The color
without
should be returned to congress and down a hail of buckshot.On organization helping them- for re-election to the office of Member of, range is slightly broken, but Some of the daintiest patterns
selves at the time. Board of Public Instruction. Orange County
more same
\ sees less reason why Fred DeBerry the fourth day of the fight the from District No.3, subject to the coming many of the wanted colors are and colorings we have
ft. should be sent to congress. ThisJ intense suffering from thirst was relieved primary.. Very respectfully WM. EDWARDS., still left, including Cream, Pink,
leaves the first district in a dickens by a rain, thought to have been Get the Sentinel want ad. habit. Zellwood, Fla.FOR Tan, Old Rose, Brown, Mahogany been showing for the present

A of a fix. brought on by the heavy firing. Copenhagen, Cerise and season, including color tones of

0rf During the fight scouts brought in I II I II I"AI I Black. Lilac, Rose, Pink and Navy and
};; One of the brethren is correct whenhe word that reinforcements from Mon- Quantity is limited, so take ad the delightfully old-fashioned

says that the object of a press terey were approaching from the vantage early.Saturday Chintz effect. 0

f c- 'meeting is to help the members to east. General Herrera was sent SALE ATA night _____. 38. Saturday night, yd __ ()C
yi acquire ideas by an interchange of against them and later reported that

,'> the same for making better newspapers he had sent them scurrying' into the
r ,and not for'the purpose of hear- hills.Great A "SENSATION" IN SILKS i
lf ing political speeches. supplies of food, ammunition. BARGAINFivePassenger We have taken the advantage of,securing a big price reduc-
o and artillery and stores of cotton fell tion through late delivery of a magnificent quality of
into the rebel hands by the capture. IMPORTED FANCY WILL MESSALINEHair
ThE! progress in school building in
Dade county for the next year as outlined touring car in fine condition. Going North and do line stripes-Colors of White on Navy, Copen on Navy, Pinkon
r by the county superintendent iso MICHIGAN MAN BUYS BURKETT not need it longer. Cheap for cash or on mortgage, or would ex- Navy, Gray on White, White on Brown, White on Copen-ex-

rather startling. Fifteen new buildings PLACE ON LAKE CONWAYMr. change for land in or near city. Also for sale one First Class ceptional value at 75c. 49c

are to be erected at a cost of Ticket, Jacksonville to Boston. Saturday Night ___________________________ ____
$250,000. The growth of Dade is A. S. Hodges, of Ionia, Mich.,

4 wonderful and the things they are has purchased the Burkett place on NOTIONS I LADIES' UNDERWEAR
doing down there ought to be an in- Lake Conway. The, deal was made I
centive to other counties. through the real estate agency of .Dr.A.J. TAYLOR HAIR PINS HAIR PINS I 100 Lisle Gauze Vests

o James Crawford. The Burkett placeis 211 East Robinson AvenueMHHtllMmMMMMMtMMMMMIItMMIillt Size 2-inch, 21.2-inch and 3- I The same as we sell regularlyat
one of the most attractive in that
General Coxey, who led an army of inch, Regular 5c packet 15c each, or 2 for 25c. On
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r unemployed to Washington twenty with his purchase. He will remove ------. -- ---- -= Saturday night 4 packets Saturday night i Sc eachor
years ago, is organizing another
5 J I5c
army of the same kind, and promises his family here at once, and will finda for _____________ C 2 for ___________

I to march from Massillon, 0., April warm the Conway welcome neighborhood.among the peopleof A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX \
16 on the capital again. The general LADIES' HOSE HOUSE DRESSES

1 says time he than will before.have a On larger the army previous this PARK COMMISSION WILL BE RE- THE PALMS AUTO COREO One lot Silk Lisle HoseBlackand 50 ONLY-in dainty patterns,

White Style and colorings, of Ging
occasion the general was jailed for QUIRED TO MAKE REPORTBy
OUR SPECIAL 50c HOSE hams, Chambray and Percale.
twenty days for trampling the grassat MOTOR CARS
the White House. He probably vote of the council yesterday a By buying three pairs we give I The ,supply being limited we

F likes the prison fare at Washington. resolution offered by Councilman Rob- For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a you one pair; on Saturday nightwe urge early buying. Bought to

o ertson was, adopted requiring the sell them at 34c pair or sell at $1.00 and $1.25

President Tyler's granddaughterhas park commission to make a quarterly full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force 3 pairs for ____________ $ J Saturday night _____ 89c to ,

been ousted from the postoffice report of receipts and expenditures.A of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
warrant for $200 was ordered to be
t
s at Courtland, Va., although the pres- DRESSES ;
WASH
drawn for the commission. guaranteed. 100 CHILDREN'S
ident promises to inquire into her
A purchase from one of the largest manufacturing concernsin
case. The place few hundreda I
a
pays I Joe Hugh Reese, of the Orlando the country-just arrived. A magnificent assortment of de-
year, enough only to keep body and Sentinel has '
announced his candidacy signs and colorings:ages from 3 years to 6 years. Bought
soul together. There is no cause ex- for the house of representatives. 25c
cept sentiment that makes her case Reese is one of the brightest men in THE PALMS AUTO CO to sell at 50c. Saturday Night ----r------ -----------
Florida and if
unlike hundreds of others, but the Orange county really I
wants an able representative he will '
world would be barren without sentiment be elected.-Wauchula Advocate. FULLER &- FOX, Proprietors.riiiiimimtiiMtMiiiiiiitiiiimiiiintMiMiMif. MEN'S I BOY'S
T: Somehow we .hope that she lisle Thread Underwear All Wool KnickerbockersPeg
I
t, will be given the place again. It is Try the Sentinel for job work. < Positively the best value to tops-in Tweeds, Worst-
z : pitiful to see the granddaughter of a be had at $1.00. i
R president begging for a chance to Don't fail to take advantageon eds, Serges,..etc 4 7 year to

make her living. Saturday night when theygo 17 years, $1.50 value Saturday

o at night ________________1. $1.10 t

I Listen to this outrage: "Sentencedto The garment _______ 75.C l $2 value Saturday night $1.40
Death for Stealing an Orange." -

It happened in New York but never LADIES' BLACK KID OXFORD SHOESOf

could have occurred in Florida, even ." -"; the celebrated "Cousins" manufacture-in Vici Kid-
t5 if 'it was a dog that 'committed the Plain Toe. A dressy shoe. A Turned Shoe. A popular Shoe. A

theft. A policeman saw Jerry steal Are You Invitedto $4.00 Shoe. $3

the orange from a fruit stand. The Saturday night __________________________________
irv, dog was arrested and carried to the a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where

station, where he was formally arraigned r'a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure GROCERY DEPARTMENTExtra
and sentenced to death by Special
li f chloroform. But Jerry had a bad :.. you will be interested. our display of the newest and. 150 Quart cans. Curtice Bros. Soups. A large variety to choose

t record otherwise. It was proved that most artistic designs in x from, including Tomato, Beef, Ox Tail, Consomme, Boullion, Ju-
he had often assaulted policemen and liene, Mutton Broth, Clam Chowder, Clam Broth. Regular 35c.quart .

't' aided criminals to escape. An animal CUT GLASS { canSaturday 25 C '

t ; of such sagacity deserved a better night, 2-Quart cans forPLACE________________
it' fate than death. There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets

1-r -o here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.We _- .
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The commission to select the cities
fc& for federal reserve banks went all are sure you can never find anything that would

; over the country conducting public be more acceptable.
; hearings in various cities that were \

candidates, and after due deliberation Dickson-Ives Co.
announced the locations. Imme- .-_ ... I. --.< \

diately there was a great protest ,, -. .. -, '. : ,' ,
from some of those cities that wantedone
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of the banks but failed in the:
favor of the commission. Now press- e.

ure is being brought to bear to have DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STORE ,
Y the whole matter reviewed. There is
one eternal drawback to a govern-
ment by the people in matters of this
t kind-nothing is ever done thatdoesn't .H.Evans the Jeweler

bring forth charges of corruption rlan o's favorite Sh no opping

or favoritism, or undue in-
t : fluence. It is likely that the ques
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE .
tion will be reopened, and the mass

of evidence collected by the commission
will- be reviewed by the federal EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING :.

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[ Must t t Eat t Cit S. rilli ROBINSON A STARKLY;Managers
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;; 1 S Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M.I D "bet h t III "

I Admission 5 cents i II nl nllCIIO .

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I1! the opinion of an eminent authority, who con- 4 ,, -
BUYS I
AND SELLS BRIDGE PARTY AT
..<*&* s' 'candy is to the brain what fuel is to an enr'gine. -

REAL ESTATE ROSALIND CLUB
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i No purer candies than Butt's-in:de Chocolates, Caramels Seven tables of bridge enthusiastswere ,
the guests at the Rosalind club U Ueery

Taffies, etc. on Thursday and the afternoon was .J

acres within three enjoyable. The hostesses were l r." 1DON'T
FRESH EVERY DAY. 400 _M
M rs. Benj. Drew, Mrs. Lee Miller, .
miles of Kissimmee, two Miss Slemons, Mrs. S. Y. Way and

mile facing Orlando-Kis- Mrs. Hamilton Johnson. > uI.
Mrs. L. H. Lawrence
won the pret-
simmee brick road, $20 ty box of correspondence cards which -I

:,' BUTT'S KNDY KITCHEN[ per acre if sold within was during awarded the series for the of games.best score made. NEGLECTYOUR '-!


> I 30 days. 3-14.101 At five o'clock the committee serveda D WATCH D

The home of pure home-made Candies. daintily prepared supper consistingof WATCH is a delicate piece
Argyle salad, butter sandwiches A
peanut
of
machinery. It calls for
cheese balls with nuts, and
Orange Avenue less attention than most
MISSIONARY TO LECTURERev. iced tea.
machinery, but must be,cleaned
I and oiled occasionally to keejj
Howard Van Dyck, who has M R. AND MRS. REX ENTERTAIN perfect time.
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spent seven years in China as a mis With
proper cue a Walthan:
sionary, will lecture this afternoon at Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. J. ;Watch will keep perfect urns
i i Hon. J. E. Alexander cleaned for a lifetime. It will
up 3 o'clock in the Christian Alliancehall. W. Rex entertained at their pay yoa
palatial
WADE j i over $10,000 from his crop of orangesand His subject will be "Chinese home on North Main street, their ;well ice!to 1l let CJr us i3 clean gpntJj.your ,watch, ,

grapefruit the past season. Chase Customs." All are invited to hear winter guests, Mrs. W. W. Gibbs and
THE TUNER
,ORLANDO, FLA. I & Co. and Alexander & Baird handled him. Miss S. M. Huit, of Westfield, N. Y.; Allen & Co.
the
James
he will
I crop. says have Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tetrick, of Worthington ,
double the crop next season, as every ASKED TO REPEAT SUPPER W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Z. T.
tree he has is loaded with bloom, and Rightor of JEWELERS
Mongonah W. Va.; Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Sanson, of'.1 the Winnemissett groves are on low The ladies of the Methodist church and Mrs. A. D. Galbraith, of Greens- Everything Guaranteed.
Pittsburg, guests of old friends,4 rich lands Volusia will
are County Record. repeat the chicken and bean sup burg, Ind., were invited out to the
:Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howard. I per at M. B. Ives' old store, Saturday, dining room, where delicious refreshments Prompt Repairing.

I On last Thursday a large crowd April 4th. Supper 35 cents. Ice were served. The house was s

Mr. and Mrs. A. Oldfield. of Pitts-J|'from Orlando came out for a fish fry cream and cake 15 cents. beautifully decorated, with red lilies, .

burg, Pa., are among the newcomers 1 to George Bowen's grove. They feasted roses and nasturtiums. The guests

and will in all probability make their on the celebrated Lake Apopkajbas. OCALA TO HAVE CIVIC CENTER were then seated in the parlor and
home here. i' Lee Petris was installed as
entertained with music, Mr. Rightor
t !cook, which always means a success. Ocala, Fla., April President W. with the violin and Mrs. Rightor at Ib.I enla
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Mrs. Ella F. Hoppin, who has been(!Among those present were Messrs. C. Hunter of the city council has received the piano, after which a pleasant social .

i the guest of Mrs. E. J. Temple, on McDaniels, Nolan, Jones, Daley, the blue print plans for the time was enjoyed.

South Lake street for some weeks, Grant, Vick and their families. They a proposed new public buildings whichare The guests will soon return to their 4*****

left yesterday for Baltimore.Mrs. report a delightful time. to be erected soon. The 'new homes, and with a pleasant memoryof cu. ,.,,as
I building' will occupy the block recently the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs.

Thos. M. Rees, who has been If you are in need of good printing purchased by the city. The Rex and of Orlando, the "city beau P11'f

at Eola Cottage with her sister, Mrs.I" we would like to know it. Put- new city hall will occupy the centerof tiful" dy ernonstrators
D. Porter Cononi, leaves for her homein (ting out good printing is our bus the block, the new fire station, e

Pittsburg on Tuesday next. Mrs."ness. When we say good printing, Carnegie library, and city park con CARD OF THANKS u1tet
we don't mean fair, but the best obr t
nected
Cononi will remain until the twenty by archways and courts, between
first of I I tainable. Give us a trial and we will the buildings to the railroad,,
April To all of the dear friends who mi
r show you. The Sentinel. .Phone 24. will transform this naturally beautiful nAre canvassing the city in the interest of
istered to us in our recent bereavement
Mrs. Ellen Bliss and little spot into a veritable fairy garden.
granddaughter we wish to heartfelt
Vivian Bliss, will return to L I'A GOOD BILL AT THE GRAND gratitude. express our the Pride brand of Oleo. Any orders

their home in Macon, Ga., today, ; LUCERNE DRAWS ANOTHER MR. AND MRS. J. W. WHITE
The new management of the Grand .
ENORMOUS CROWD them will be filled
given promptly by us-
after spending several weeks as the have secured the two leading serial and daughter.
+ j guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. La Rue films of the motion picture business I Last night the Lucerne seated over .
for their house and will begin exhibiting 1 You the best and Pride Brand is the
want
Bliss, on Jefferson street fifteen hundred people, who came to TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
I I them next week. On Monday, see the Photophone talking picturesand
I April 6, "The 4dventures of Kathlyn"twill the other four reels announced.For .
Mr. Wm. Martin and two daugh-,I be shown, and every other Monday over half an hour many had to FOR RENT-By the year or month, best Oleo; that is why we sell it.
ters, Mrs. A. E. Reynolds and Miss; from then on for one year. These stand in the lobby and interior on account modern seven room house. Apply .
Mattie Martin, who have been spend photo plays are adapted from the of the enormous crowd. The 217 East Robinson avenue. 4-4-8t
book of the same name by Harold
ing the winter at their home on East. MacGrath. There are twenty-six in talking pictures were pleasing, and *
while they were not up to the standard ANTED-A sound saddlehorse
Central avenue, leave today for their the entire serial and Miss Kathlyn of Edison's latest young
I they served to weighing 700 to 850 pounds. THE SANITARY GROCERY
home at Crawfordsville, Ind. Williams of the Selig company heads show many of the patrons who had A. J. Taylor, 211 E. Robinson avenue.
I a strong cast in each. 1. never seen talkies before, how these 4-4-3t
little firs n Tuesday, the 7th, comes the' are produced. The balance of the bill CAREERS
The & GORE
pretty four-year-old1 installment of "The Perils of was extremely good, especially the .
Mary Louise Wells, who was crit.r .l'Pauline," written by Charles God- Italian cavalry and the "YellowFlame WANTED-Pair of good medium
f ically ill and operated on over two* dard for the Hearst syndicate papers. ," and every one certainly got size young mules, and wagon; also: I Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street I
Jersey and calf. Address
cow A. S.H.
;Each story is first published in all their ,
money's worth.
weeks ago, for appendicitis, was able the Hearst papers and then released For tonight the Lucerne has care Sentinel. 4-4-3t
to be removed from the sanitariumto as a photo play. Miss Pearl White six reel bill of most pleasing a pictures big-
f her home on* East Pine street and Wilbur Crane, both of the Path one of which is a most beautiful FOR SALE OR TRADE CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Wednesday.Mr. players, head the cast in each of the< hand colored Gaumont, entitled, Two high-grade young Jerseys that
fifteen plays that compose the series! "Lessons for the Bashful." This alone are native milch cows. Free milk IIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIII."
These plays are produced at a greatexpense is worth the price of admission. ers and perfectly gentle.
D. K. Davidson, the professional .',. and the management considers The Lucerne and the popular price One 8-year-rjd horse. Works single
golf player, who has spent the it is in good fortune to have been plan seem to grow in the favor of th or double and an extra good one
able to get them at a price that they under the saddle. Not afraid of
and
winter here general public, they
left yesterday for his are certainly
be shown in Orlando train EASTER HATS
can for. Of especial doing all that is or auto.
home in. New York city. Mr. Davidson -I interest to the ladies is the one who likes possible to see to good pleaseevery pic |' One light, two-horse. wagon har-
made many friends while here fact that all the dresses Miss Whit tures. ness.
and they all, especially the golfers, appears in were modeled by Lad Y One light top buggy and harness ---
Duff Gordon, the "Lucile" of London good as new.
hated to see him go. I Opening of Piano Studio April 15th. Will sell at a bargain for cash or

WANTED-At Sentinel office, good' For particulars Care address Mac Tall- first class security. Will trade for Special Reduction
man Grand Theater
or Phone
TEN anything of value.
YEARS IN ORLANDO strong, able-bodied boy. No. 239 from equal
11 to 12 a. m. '
Chiropodist: for both men and wo- 43lm. W. H. GRAESER
I men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Formosa Post Office
Eat what
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. Eat all you want.want lwk. On all Pattern Hats from April 4th to

J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over Take a postscript you and,forget it. Sentinel want advertising shortens,
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm For sale by all druggists. cheapens and simplifies any real !SEat what you want. April 11th.
l7d&w.lyre" tate "selling task." Eat all you want.
T. S. Afcernethy\ auto livery phone" Take a postscript and forget it. .

2, Orlando. 3-5-tf Senti/iei want ad'. Sentinel want ads. get resulto. .For sale by all durggists.l-7-d&w-lyr MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

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Good Wood '
$1.50

At The Lucerne Today Better Wood $2 and $2.25 I Nepali's PatternsUltlltlUMIilMIMIIilillillM'
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Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 _
HI
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t t "Lessons for (the Bashful," a beautiful hand colored Gaumont. This Stock won't up while last you long can., ,_%1t Fare DAILY OETWECNcL1DUFFALo 3 _


"The Money Lender," a one reel American.
Orlando food Yard ii EVELANTH2

"The Idler, a one reel Reliance. .
104 W. Pine St.

"Secret Lode," a one reel Kay Bee. B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor

.
j "Virgin Ol the Fire," a beautiful one reel Reliance. ,.: I

GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

"The Hold Up," a one feel Princess. LUTHER THE FLORISTCut Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet,inches;510 itateroom and ptrlon aocomawdaUng 1300 panea.em. .
1 .
Greater ta cost larger la all proportioa-n.her u all appointment: *-thaa an j name oa
/ I ulaad waters of the world.: Iaemce J WIll l ch.MapiraceDt .
; $ Only six good reels today. Flowers} Steamers"SEEANDBEE.""Cty of ETM"and"Cty of Boffalo"

ROSES VIOLETS Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND -May1atto Dec.i.t
,
Monday "SAPBO .in six Laft Bdalo P.H.
I big ,reels. CARNATIONS, PANSIES, AmwOereland 9WP.M.740 4.M. AmTeBofUa LeareCWkad 9:00 740A.M.Eariera .
( Standard Time)
Conneetiaot at derdaiid foe Pnt-ia-BT.Toledo.Ddroitud ah po ntl T fttmdS-thwftt. lUOro.IUcLeta
POTTED .PLANTSOSTEOPATHY reading betweca Buffalo aad CUrcluid are p od for tmuporUtioa oa ou Xeuker.
Ak roar ticket agent for Ocieta TU C.&:B.Line. Tfnta n*for baodtoma Oloftrated booklet free.

i Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT co.. CleTelaad. O.

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Balcony: 5 Cents : -
FOR SALE QUICK I r SWEET POTATO PLANTS
,
DR. J. C .HOWELL
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Continuous. show from 2 Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo Nice two-story new house, all mod-\ I will pay $1.00 per thousand for
p. m. to 10 p. m. : extra charge for house treatment em 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.P. .
Telephone connections For further information, call at Sen- M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla.
IMINe r Office cor. Orange and Central AT tinel office. 3-31-6t 331lmPRIL i



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PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAKERS
STATE NEWS NOTES :
money on real estate at 6 per cent
MAY BEES-AN ESSAYBy interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., '

7 Claude L'Engle Curry, Building, Tampa. Fla. i I:


A (campaign From.the has Gainesville been started Son) in Dont't Get Stung- Rent Notices etc.of for Lost this, column Wanted,25c For for Sale'one day For FOR RENT 3-25-d&wtf i j'. u. & Si TRANSFER CO

Tampa to rid that city of the numer- May bees are good little in JOe for three days or I LOO for one week for I By the year, a modern fully furnished :
ous beggars that have infested it of sects Z5 words or lees. Money must aceempany 10-room house, with 2 bath rooms, in ;, I I I
the advertisements fer this column as no the very best part of town. Apply :
insertion will be made credit
late. But they don't fly in June on to Jas. Thomson, 17 N. Orange ave- .

In the June primaryDon't FOR SALE nue. 4-l-3t II I ORLANDO, FLORIDA '
Preparations will be made to enter-
waste time
tain larger crowd in St. Petersburgnext on May An elegant modern home; four bedrooms FOR RENT-Five room cottage. Apply .:
a entertained this bees. ; two bath rooms; gas and electricity -i Mrs. McDade, 307 Broadway(: OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174
season than was Some other man may be all ; throughout; fruit trees and i avenue. 4-1-1w ,

wfnter. right for you in Congress; -15-tf.flowers.. 509 East Central avenue. |i

Some other man may be in FOR RENT-Six room .house, furnished -' 0 I 1 SI I
Work will commence in June on the line with progressive De modern improvements also
of Methodist FOR SALE furnished rooms. Apply Sentinel of-
construction a new
mocracy. Nursery stock, one, two, three and fice. 4-1-lw a aw
church in Macclenny. The structure Some other man may be four year old buds; Foster Early, !

will: be of brick. able to think for the people Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house
Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahl garden and farm land, on Conway ,
Leading hotel men from all over after election, Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. '
i But may be some other manwon't. 320lmd&wFOR :
the state met in Ormond Tuesday for FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. ---i J

the purpose, among other things, of And may be you'll get For rent, three room suite for light RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the : t V \ \
all week or month; cheap. Phone 571,
forming a State Hotel Men's asso- housekeeping; conveniences. Wm.L.
stung fooling with him. Cory ell, 201 Concord Ave. west, or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm 1
ciation. You know that Claude Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf i \

L'Engle is NOT a may be; FOR SALE-$350 worth of new fu7- FOR RENT-Two office spaces in (I REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN
The Growers' association of Mac- You know that he..will our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
niture. Also piano. A bargain.
clenny, at its meeting barrels Saturday to, think and act for you, 411 West street. 3-24-lwk Electric Come in and Co.we will show you. 3-29-tf Pierce I' ; Orlando and Sanford and Intervening
an order for 8,000
placed '
Because he is now in Con- i i
take care of the crop of Irish pota- gress doing this very thing. Points

toes in that county. iHlillMIIMMIIMiMMMimMMMIIMIIilllMIMMOne
When
get
you can a sure
thing, Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick

' In a few days the doors of the new Don't risk the best chance I Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

Louisville & Nashville railroad sta- that ever happened. Bungalow Left to Sell

tion in Marianna will be thrown open Claude L'Engle has been M iHM c cMMmmiiniiKHM0oiumiitai

to the public. The station is commo- time-tried and firetested -

dious and uptodate.The .., II..I..I..I.IIIIIII.IIJ..II.I.II..III'
in the fights for the
people's rights.He M. J. DAETWYLER
'
Montbrook high school has is the thing THE.
one sure
...
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closed after the most successful term
for you in this ,race for
in its history. Dr. A. A. Murphree, Congress in the Fourth Phone 563iilililllMIIMIIIMMIIMIIMIMMIMiMMItllilim

president of the University of Flor- District.He Altamonte

ida delivered the commencement ora-
,
is there for one term,

tion. Keep him there for another

Vote for Claude L'Engle '
0
3V The bond election held in Daytonaa first. 0I
FOR SALE-21-2 -acres land, all un- FOR RENT-Six room furnished
for and
few days ago sewerage Take a chance second der cultivation good seven-room house. Address W. B., care Senti-
- drainage in the sum of $175,000 car- house, nice yard.; .Address S., Box nel 328lwMISCELLANEOUS I Altamonte Springs FlaA I

ried by a big majority. The installa- 671, city. 3-31-lw

tion of the system will be commencedas WORTH KNOWING FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)

early as possible. acre in bearing orange grove; six Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Orchestra
Every person when he takes up his Altamonte has tho most beautiful and healthful
acres cleared; part of land suitablefor FOUR ADJOINING LOTS in Oak- etc. The j
Sixth avenue, in Pass-a-Grille, is cards at a game of whist holds one, gardening and trucking; located wood Park now for $500.00 W. I. location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40 f

to be paved. The street will be six- out of 635,013,559,600 possible hands. half mile from city limits on public HIGGINS. 3-28-6t. acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot-
As for the total number of varia- road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve
teen feet wide and paved its entire care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS for ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
been tions possible among all players it Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
length. Bonds have recently' Altamonte Spring
sale Fischel strain $1 setting.J. .
; ;
per
is almost exceed FOR SALE
to in
so enormous as -Bargains improvedand
voted there to secure improvementsand L. Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla.

the city expects soon to have a belief.1,000,000 Mr..men Babbage were calculated to be engaged thatif Bowman unimproved, East Taft,land.Fla. See 2-26-wlm S. S. 3-27-tf i GEORGE E. BATES & SON, PROPRIETORS ; ;

of water
waterworks plant, a system
dealing cards at the rate of one deal FOR'- -SALE-- One hundred and sixty acres of fine I SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," :MOUNT VERNON, N. H.
mains and electric light and power farm land, near Maning, North Dakota -
plant. every minute, day and night, for Pair of mules, well matched, young, 80 acres under cultivation in .I.II..I..IIIO.II..IIIIIIIIO lr.I.'ell.lllllllt.
100,000,000 years they would not sound and in good condition. H. H. good location. Will trade for orange .
Williams, P. 0. Box 247, Orlando, 111111111110,1111,111,1111111'11,1111.111111111111REAL
have exhausted all the possible varia- Fla. grove or city property. For full particulars -
Two of the head sisters connected tions of the cards, but only 100- 4-2-6t I address C. E. Piatt, Conway, I I ESTATE AGENTS, INVESTORS AND O IESEEKERSATTENTION
with the Sisters of Charity at Balti- FOR SALE-A new bungalow, five Box 43. 3-28-6d-1w
000 of them. rooms and bath, modern in every i
more are in Pensacola helping with
detail. Ten minutes walk to post- BROWN LEGHORN EGGS for sale;
the matter of the proposed $100,000 Beauty is only skin deep, hut it is office. Will give good bargain to pure stock; $1 per setting. J. L t4'I :
hospital which is"to be erected in that prompt buyer. Owner, phone 376, Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla.
the outside.BARGAINS .
city by the Sisters. Ten thousand on city. -4.2-iw- 3-27-tf

dollars and the site will be donated ---- FOR SALE OR RENT W. T. ENTRICAN.
:
to the Sisters and the latter will defray IN SECOND HANDCARS House corner Anderson and Osceola
:- Offers to Orlando the
and best
FOR QUICK SALE newest offer for $1,900, two-story, six-room cottage, with rose |
all other expenses. Building operations :' One 1912 Flander's Roadster..$275 families.Streets,Will suitable make for price one and or terms two of workmanship in the painting and house and shed. Located at d07 West Street, north. Close in; near T

will commence during the One 1912 Flander's Touring car 275 reasonable. A bargain. decorating trade. Phone 636. Park and lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also six-room bungalow; oil

summer. Oe 1913 Krit Roadster ... .. .. ..350 Apply to W. H. EATON, 110 Sum- 1-21-lm finish, double verandas. Special heating and bath room facilities.
One 1913 Krit Touring car .... 375 merlin Place. 3-9-lw. Cash Registers Warman fixes 'em Large, roomy basement, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laun-
One 1912 Haynes ... .... .... ..700 I Court dry or furnace. .Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
THE STAMPEDE One 1913 Oakland Roadster .... 500 FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room on street. 12-5-tf House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These lots
One 1913 Cadillac, 4-passenger .1400 furnished house. Will rent all or I connect at the corners, with rose house between. I offer the

V With wild terrifying shrieks the One Cadillac Truck ... ... .. .. 750 part of it, by the month or year. WANTED-25 family washings at whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission. Open to all '.
All cars in splendid condition. Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman once, from 50 cents up. Home

children ran.Catching Agent for Lozier cars. street. 4-2-2wks I Laundry. Phone' 654. Rolla Reel. :F- S :"NT: : OO""T
up their caps and coatsif KLOEPPEL MOTOR CAR CO. 3.8- I 'I

they could, leaving them if they I Jacksonville, Fla, Phone 4787 WANTED !
The Sentinel want ads find ORLANDO, FLA. ;
couldn't they ran as though fear had I tenants 307 WEST STREET, NORTHWIIHiiHMilMMIMMM ,4
WANTED-To buy 5 or 10 acres,partially for houses or rooms every day. Let 1
lent wings to their feet. MHtUHMMimilM
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR or wholly improved with them help you.
Little Wanitoba Spraddles, shout- citrus trees, some bearing trees pre-I-- ----. ---
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ing at the top of his little lungs, in REPRESENTATIVE ferred. Owners only dealt with. Address Take your repairing to Warman-- on- 1 1I 1I
I Grove, Sentinel office. '4-3-3t THE SENTINEL f fOR THE NEWS.t
RUn .
Court street.
his excitement put one foot up be- resentative I hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county subject for rep to I 12-5-tf

fore the other was down, and felon the action of the Democratic primary to be WANTED-Two good girls, one for _u_ ____ ______ ____ n___ __._ -- -
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s his little nose in the rushing held June 2nd. the dining room and one for gen- 'lllllel'OI"llle. .*.I'ltlll.'>IttiOCIIIIOIOUOIII..OIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIII.III.11'1' ****
111111111111'1111111'11'13.r".ee.e'III.
J. H. REESE. eral housework. Apply Mrs. W. C. 11'1"'IIIIllltt. .

throng. FOR REPRESENTATIVE Temple, Winter Park Fla. 3-24-tf
But no one stopped. Stampeding
: over his prostrate body, yelling I hereby announce my candidacy for Rep- I I
ges- resentative from Orange county subject to WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing Show Here
ticulating they pursued their mad i iI the action of the Democratic primary to behe'd stenographer, two years experience There's a Style
I June 2nd. furnish
way. S. S. GPJFFIN. can good reference, desires -
Scintilla Brikitts position. Willing to begin on
Ten-year-old got .
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER moderate salary. Now employed. '
her foot caugh between the rolley I am a candidate for the office of County Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla. .
tracks and if the conductor of the Commissioner of Orange county from 3-21-lwk in the Year
District 2. If elected I promise to serve the Every Day
onrushing car had failed to see her, people to the best of my ability having resided .
he would not have seen her. here a number of years, I am quali- WANTED-Position as chauffeur, by
fied to know the needs of the section and steady, reliable man. Willing togo .
Meanwhile they rushed on, mad- the people. Respectfully anywhere. Address "Chauffeur, :

ly, deafingly. A. C. STARBIRD care of Morning Sentinel. 3-26-lw visit through i
find ourbig
People tried to stop them to ask Apopka Fla. .. Home makers will a
WANTED-Competent white girl for
: what was the matter, but there was FOR SHERIFFI general housework. home. : the
Sleep here
have
We
hereby myself candidatefor :
announce as a store interesting treat.
\ no stopping them. Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the Small family. Apply 310 Anderson an
There must have been hundreds of Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. street after 10 o'clock a. m. 3-3t. I.:

the poor racing little things. ..:..--FRANK GORDON. most: delightful of necessities for the furnishingof
WANTED-Any variety of sweet
FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI
And why, why? In heaven's name,
hereby announce myself as a candidate! potato plants. Will contract at 75c
t why? for re-election to the office of Supervisor of per thousand until June 1st, or will the modern home.,
Could they have seen a ghost? Registration for Orange County subject to contract at $1.00 per thousand dur- .
be held June 2nd,
the Democratic primary to
ing April Fred M. Preston, Pine .
Perhaps they could have for they 1914.
were bright children, but they had FRANK H. WILLIAMS. Castle, Fla. 3-20-d&w-tf We specialize in high-grade furniture at a

not. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER WANTED at this office, good strong,

< Then from whom or what were I hereby County announce Commissioner.myself Orange as a candidatefor Count. able-bodied boy. moderate price. We invite you to come in and

they fleeing? Kidnappers? No District Four, subject to the action of the WANTED-Dining room help at the
Democratic primary, June 2nd 1914. I will
-to each. Orland hotelL
it look the
greatly appreciate your support. over display.
School had let outGO Yours C. J.truly SWEET.\ -Buy your-garden- d froni DeLaney (

Pine Castle Fla. & Abernethy. Just received a
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
TO IT!

When a civic booster asked how announce FOR COUNTY myself as COMMISSIONERI a candidate for reelection Warman Repairs and Retires Baby PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGhT URMSRIGUT

to the office of County Commissioner Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf
he could start a Clean Up and Paint Orange County District Five subject .
Up campaign in his town the to the decision of the Democratic primary
an- June 2nd 1914. SEED! SEED! SEED!
,; swer was in thre words, "GO TOt Respectfully Garden and field seed. DeLaney & \ -

IT! That's slang, but it goes. Ft. Christmas. Fla. E. L. BROWN Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf .

Theres no quicker way of getting WANTED-Ladies to bring their
_V anything started. hereby FOR TAX ASSESSORI combings to us. Don't destroy
announce my candidacy for the!
Y That's why the same advice appliesto office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject them. We will make what you want Kincaid & Snowden
to the action of the Demooraite primary Come and see our stock and examineour
the cleaning up and painting up. called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and work. We invite inspection. If
elected I pledge you my faithful service.
It's good spring sense. The city will ARTHUR BUTT.. you havn't the hair we supply it Our I IORLANDO'S

be better and sweeter with the win- stock is genuine. We make every-

ter's accumulations out of the way. I hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURER a candidate for I thing to order. We pay cash for
y Treasurer of Orange County subject to the! I' combings.We LOW\ PRIG[ FURNITURE[ HOUSE[
Your property will be worth more if Democratic primary of June 2nd. 1914.J. I' beg to announce that we have

the yard is cleaned up. The idea appeals H. TUCKER.- secured the exclusive agency for the
-
well-known and Clow's Knit
popular
to ? Of course. Then GOTOIT FOR TAX COLLECTOR
you I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Hosiery Drop us a card and sam- Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof ples will be submitted for your inspection \ I'k
Orange County subject to the Democrati at your leisure. The goodswe ..' (1t"'t
primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If re-
V, V Nothing is so ,bad that it might elected I pledge to yon my faithful service handle are the kind that satisfy.
: as I have endeavored to give in the past NICHOLAS &:; NICHOLAS, 303 Gar- r ::::::::::::m>emtiinut ]
not,be'w -rse..." MARTIN. land St -3-23-1 mo " =llllllllllllllllllllllllll III'::: ':


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ARCADE HOTEL .


I. EMPIRE HOTEL

FRONTS ON THREE STREETS ROOMS 75c, $1.00 AND

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

J. B. IAGRUDER, Prop.
Electric Ele., t t'-StCU1J Heat, faths-Hot and Cold Water In Each Room '


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


Rooms [one) $1.00 per day. Rooms (two) 51.50 per day. Meals Meals, 50c.by the week,$8.50. NICE AND NE\V. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to
$6.00 week. $8.00 week.
per per
520.00 per month. $30.00 per month. Board month and, SSO Room.00. by the $5.00PER WEEK FOR SINGLE ROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

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$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.

4I : J, B. MAGRUDER, Prop. 'Orlando, Fla. J. B. IAGRUDER, Prop.



.t T \ OFFICE AT EMPIRE HOTEL TELEPHONE KO. 273.
: A NICE 7-PASSENCER CAR FOR
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"" HIRE. MEETS THE TRAINS- .
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FREE FOR THE HOTELS. . :
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EUGENICS IS ASSAILEDAS .....1111,1111.1111111111111,1,11,1,1,1",11" ..
A TRAGIC BLUNDER I I
I Just Bargains


Atlanta, Ga., April .-Bishop ,I THE MARKETOf
1 That's All
Warren A. Chandler, of the M. E.

church, South assailed the theory of WEARETHEPEOPLEThat I

eugenics as a tragic blunder and $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruit : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

said it engendered a moral medican- and orange trees. 120 are :

cy. He said the system sought to large seedlings and the balance AND SALT MEATS
I are from to three old :
improve the race upon the assump- one year

tion that men were similar to so Have Made Good I'I buds. Near city.$3,250.Choice FISH AND GAME
many brutes. | home in city; 8
i rooms, large lot and finet fruit$2,400.Good Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
"This scheme of eugenics is.
huge I WHY? BECAUSE EXPERIENCE HAS TAUGHT US house
7 room ,
a tragic blundering with sacred I HOW TO MAKE FORMULAS THAT SUIT ALL CON- East Side. Close in, only five Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
things," he said.. Already it has
.. yielded a corrupting bulk of salacious DITIONS FOR BOTH ORANGE TREES AND VEGETABLES minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.

talk about 'sex hygiene' and 'sex instruction NOW IS THE TIME TO FERTILIZE of choice lots and a num-
ber of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
in the public schools.. The
and grove propositions. have everything in the Meat Line.
1 magazines overflow with the vile cur-

ters rent are of demoralizing playing to the slush'sex, the motive'thea- Tile Soutlieril r L for rent and several flats close furnished in. Some bungalows e


and the fact there of is sex such as to an defile accentuation the mindsof of r Fertilizer r I by winter the season year and begins.others.'till Call and the The PARLOR MARKET

make wants known.
a generation of young people. ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA your
"The. whole disgusting movement E M. Self & Co.

rests on the asumption of man's I I
Cooper & Atha
sameness with the brutes. It leaves ,, PINE STREET

entirely out of account man's free- I
114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
Phone No. 80
dom of will, by which divine characteristic -
he is lifted indefinitly above Phone No. 311
i I
.; any and all brutes. It thus degrades

the true spirit of many by ignoring

.'f it. JL/ I tOOIIIM......MIMlMilMMIiMMMMIMMMIMilMHIIMHttlltiittmimitt
"It is time to tell'these pretentious ;

mechanicians to stand aside," he

added. "Let them keep their hands off

our schools and school children at .
least. Our public schools were not Just arrived car load W.1YLSLE1VIONSNew '

founded to furnish clinical opportun-
ities for sex-mad fanatics." FORDS for immediate .

delivery.
A SOCIAL EVENT AT CHULUOTA .

Get nowF. Goods Arriving Daily
,On last Thursday evening, March yours

26th, the Woman's Misisonary Societywas
G. RUSE
royally.entertained by Miss Ber- ,

tie Jacobs, of Chuluota, at the residence Phone 226

I of her parents on beautiful
Lake Mills.

The piazza was beautiful with its I We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
I decorations of palms, ferns, hanging
vines, and roses, while the Japanese v made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

lanterns lent a soft and, witching Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
beauty to the scene.

After the usual ,exercises of the Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
,
society, consisting of singing and
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
reading of biographical sketches of

the missionaries, invited guests con-
tributed to the entertainment. II

The out of town guests were: Miss
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'r Emma Proctor, of Geneva; Mr. D. D. W. M. SLEMONSORANGE

Daniels, of Oviedo, and Mr. J. T.

Hodges, of Cocoa. Miss Proctor delighted To the West and'Northwest

all presently her recitals of ORANGE

two charming pieces. Mr. Charles --VIA-- ,

Stuver rendered several beautiful se- IIIIIIII'II 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.11...
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lections upon the piano, which was DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND -- -
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appreciated by all lovers of music; MMMMMMIIMMIHIMIIttf
while Miss Ethel Collins rendered a SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDDIXIE ?


solo After, accompanied this, delicious by refreshmentswere Mr. Stuver Dixie Dixie !Immmmmmmm." 0 01LCoiiww I I MMMMHMMiet.

served. Ii Liuuted. Flier SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED: I ,

The young people engaged in different Lv Orlando, A. C. L..12:31 am 3:13pm I v Orlando, ........................ 3:13pm
r Jacksonville A. C. 1..... 6.45am 7.80pm: r JacksonVille ..................... 7:30pm illllHHIIIHH
games of amusement until v Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25 pm v Jacksonville A. C. 1. ........... 8:15pm
Waycl'OiS, A. ....,........
I.4 the midnight hour called halt v Waycl'OiS, A. C. L..11:50 am 10:25pm v C. 1. .10:20pmr
a to Macon G. S. &; F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. &; F. .............. 3:46am HOT WATERIn
their pleasure, and all went home r Atlanta, C. of C....... 8:03pm 7:Sass r Atlanta C. of Ga .............. 7:1hm .
r 1.. &; N. ..............l:19pm
voting Miss Bertie a charming r Chattanooga W. Ii A..1IB l1Shm r obville... &; N. .......... ..... >>m the Summer Time. Hot water is one of the most
hostess.At r Nashville N. C. &"St. 1. 4:50am 4:30pm r Louisville 1. N. ........:...... 3:161:: pm
............ essential features of comfortable home. This is
Ar St Louis, L.C.&; 1..&; N. %:50 pm 730 am r Indianapolis ?a. 1. 1:50 am a No some
Ar Lexington. 1. & N. ............ time be- )
; 6:50 pm in the Summer 1: plete
a session of the joint board of Ar Hopkiniville L. &; N........... 6:%7 pm Ar Cmcmanti. 1. &; N. ............. 8:50 pm emphasized most strongly wh\ -
county commissioners of Santa Rosa Ar Evansville 1. &; N..... 9:28am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. &; L ..........12 30 pm cause you don't want to .heat the kitchen up by '
and Escambia Ar Terre Hante C. Ii E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am .!.,.Grand Rapids G. R. Ii L ....... 2: hm '
counties, held in Pen- Ar Chicago C. Ii E. L..... 6:50pm 1:50am r Cleveland Big Four ............. '1:15am__ keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequently
nn n
sacola a few days ago, it was decidedto most homes' have to go without it all Summer and
build four bridges across the Es- LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
I
have it only in limited quantity in the Winter.
Solid train composed of section: drawing' S '
cambia river
at Pass '
Ferry Molino Solid
room sleeping cars observation compartment train composed of electric lighted ,tr land
i Bluff Springs and McDavid. The total can,and dining ear, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping ear and coaches "GET A RUUD"
cost of the four bridges is Chicago, and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
r. $185- ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. t
Jacksonville. Louisville
000, and the tax payers of the, two DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between ana Jacksonville Indianapolis and; you have plenty of steaming hot water any time

t counties will decide in the November Solid train carrying electric lighted com' Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between you want it and at a very small cost by simply "
election whether artment, observation sleepers, and electlic"ighted Jacksonville and
general or not they : Grand Rapids on Mondays
section drawing-room sleepers. Firstleas turning on the faucet. ,
want bonds issued for this amount coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear
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f'Smdge purposes, the expense tobe
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANYGas
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' PAGE EIGHT THE ORLANDO MORNING. SENTINEL,. ORLANDO, FLA. SATURDAY, APRIL ft 1914 i
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DEATH OF J. C. HIGGINS I,I Ii' ,, .
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The funeral of Mr. J. C. Higgins, ,
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be held Sunday afternoon at o'clock.. t
,;., Mr. M. 0. Overstreet, and possibly =- =-==-=
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Sanford Herald of Friday: Better( Tfoan I CreditIS' : ( I'
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Line, died this morning at his home === _.
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bedside when death came except one

: THE STATE BANK v I daughter phia, who, Mrs.is on Stryker her way, of here Philadel-and is ;i ,l iVloiwy( -"I intho' t\ H}/f"11f -
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1c : BANK RS t tIM'E1 ble, from which he has been ailing youvlien

i' (RSATCoHeQUeS: : I: :;: ;:' I for several months, and the end has .

been expected at any hour for sev- -
: you have money you do not nooQ credit ==
: N every country of the civilized world, II eral days past. _
r T i. I "A.B.A." Cheques are accepted by hotels, The deceased was born in Balti-
4 { r railways, steamship lines and the best shops {' more, Md., about 54 years 'ago, and although it ""/ill la offered yon.Open .
generally. Issued in any amount desired, in entered the service of the Baltimore'

: :: a te $10, $20, $50 and $100 As safe and handy I! & Ohio railroad when a lad under Mr.J. I
'1 as your own check book is at home. Useless R. Kenly, who at that time was

x, s till signed, and your signature identifies you. j with the B. & 0. When :Mr. Kenly,
who is now president of the A. C. L,
a Dank account today and increase
left the B. & 0. to join the forces of your
; \ != QI the Coast Line he brought Mr. Hig-
balance each week, and soon v/ill have substantial
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gins with him and the two have been --
in service together ever since. Mr.I

Higgins has been superintendent of I amount.
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during which time he has made his.
home in Sanford.He .
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i;' I to mourn, three his sons loss.and five daughters, f1\\tb, t0pSs( l national;I )! ( 11)! ) a&sLiii]

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. find food and shelter if he sought it .
at his.hands, and he was at home by
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LUCKY FOOT.OF GRAVEYARD FIALA TURNS UP ROOSEVELT I had borne adversity and ', :
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RABBIT FOR ,PRESIDENT HIDDENRio [joyed prosperity quietly. He had u I I' j I I I I I '"! ', 'I :i! !: :
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Washington, April 3.-Robert P. filled the various relations of life as '1'
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Tatum, of Ruskin, N. C., has sent Janeiro, Brazil, April 3.:-Anthony son, husband, father, brother, friend, -
; President Wilson the left hind foot Fiala, who headed a section of and. filled them well. Who can dot DEATH OF W. M. WOOLVINE | was carried to the train In an ambu- ONE DAY'S FISHING LUCK
the Roosevelt has lance upon his departure from Orlando. -
3 of a graveyard rabbit "for luck." party, arrived a more? I -
Representative Godwin, commis- Rio Janeiro, Brazil, say dispatches But he is gone! Another name is Mr. George E. Nolan received a I He died of heart failure. His Yesterday Thomas Crooks, Richard
today. He the him of! wife, who was a Miss Hicks, died Crooks and Mr. Foster
reports foundering of advising the
;: sioned by Mr. Tatum to ,deliver the stricken from the ever lessening roll message yesterday spent day
foot to the president, turned it one of their boats at Etaqui Springs of our old settlers and a solitary wo- the death of Mr. W. M. Woolvine, about two years ago, and since that at Lake Apopka, where they made a
over
today. which resulted in the loss of theirequipment. man in the sunset of life, and a lonely which occurred at"a hospital in Nash- time Mr. Woolvine's health had failed 'big catch, returning with over one
home 2. Mr. Woolvine a rapidly. Mr. Woolvine had visited hundred pounds of black bass.
"I noticed in a newspaper some I are left to attest how sadly ville April was They
time ago that the president had lost No recent news has been heard: they will miss him. It must be so; retired business man, and had promi- Orlando more than once and had also came near landing two alligators,
from Colonel Roosevelt, who is t in the affairs of his acquaintances here who will one 'of which must have been
his rabbit foot," wrote Mr. Tatum to exploring .cse tender human ties can not be nent place city over
r.. Mr. Godwin, "and I spent one whole the Duvieda river, the dispatches severed without a pang. Yet in such and state. He visited at Mr. Nolan's learn of his death with genuine re fourteen feet long. They are well .

Sunday catching the rabbit from state. He is expected at anytime a death there is really no. cause for home in Orlando during the month gret. pleased with their first fishing trip

which this foot came. Give it to the now, however, as he expected to grief. His life work was done, and of January, but became ill at that I from Orlando. .
president with reach Manaos early in April. well done. I time and was carried to a local sanitarium -I To' get the most news while it is
my compliments and
tell him it will help him with the toll I Funeral services will be held Sun- for treatment. Fearing that I! news, read the Mominor Sentinel SEED! SEED! SEED! '
repeal bflL" Warraan Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, day at 2 p. m. from the Catholic 1 he would not recover he insisted upon I daily. Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
on Court street. 12-5-ti church of this city. being taken back to Nashville, and Try the Sentinel Job Department.I Abernethy, druggists. -13-tf

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I;i Specials ATTER SIPPER Bpociasrt







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

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

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

t of 7:30 to 9:00 is


Saturday, April 4th, Our Saturday. After Supper Sale


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

on floor. .
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JUST A FEW OF OUR BIG SPECIALS PLEASE


OUR BEST SPECIAL-50 PIECES WHITE GOODS WHITE AND COLORED WASH SKIRTS-One, big lot ranging in price

iA FJaxons, 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 proposition -

35c values H These are even better values than the
,t This sale only J.C. ginghams of last Saturday. for this sale only ---------------------------- 79 0

FIRST FLOOR-
SECOND FLOOR ,

= ANOTHER GOOD ONE-GENTS' FURNISHINGS

$1.00 TO $1.25 MEN'S .
SHIRTS. THIS SALE ONLY 79
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2 d.. % CARD TABLES-ThIs department has an unusually fine lot of card ta- .
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$1.69
It is to introduce you to this, one of our new and up-to-date de bles, leather and felt top, ranging from $2.50

partments.FIRST FLOOR. YOU WILL LIKE THIS ONE-THIRD FLOOR


r The crowning feature of all this t bargain feast is given when Mr. Rowland of the Grocery Department, said, "Tell 'em, I'll have aplenty

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