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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 5, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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S *3: THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

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: VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1914. NUMBER 47.



rt HEALTH Of GIRl STUDENT[ BIDS fOR PAVING BONDS B Will I BAPTISTS ACCEPT[ P PLANS f FOR R RI HUMAN H ASHES[ f FOUND IN RUINS : CROOKS WHO OPERATED[ H HERE[ P! Rf COGNITION Of REBELS


BE OPENED MONDAY Y Nw[ CHURCH EDIfiCE Uf ST. AUGUSTINE[ FIRE[ MADE CAMP IN MIAMI I

RmNm BY SvRHAlINSUIT [ [ [ I I BY Y UNITED STATES[ LIKELY

Several Bidders Have Filed Their.: I Birmingham Architect Appeared Be- Believed That a Guest of the Florida
I Evidently Same Gang Who Rented I
Offers With the Chairman of fore Building Committee and House Perished in the I,
BROUGHT AGAINST I Rooms in Rock Building During BELIEVED THAT THIS 'ILL
the Bond Trustees Presented Model Plans Flames
SEVEN SENIORS BY MISS i Fair Week FOLLOW TAKING OF


ROGERS Several bids for the $100,000 mu- Plans for the new Baptist church St. Augustine, Fla.. April 4.-While From the evidence that they left TAMPICO

'nicipal bond issue for street pavinghave to be erected during the summer were there is no definite way of ascertaining behind them when they took their
been received by Chairman E. I the uilding committee the loss of life in the disastrousfire
accepted by ,. flight from Miami a few days ,
ago
SENSATIONAL[ CHARGES ARE MADE G. Duckworth of the bond trustees, at a meeting held at the church last i of Thursday morning, the finding that town has been visited by the REBELS[ [ EXPECTTOACQUIRE[ I I A [ NAVY' i iIF

t and the bids, will be opened at 12 night. I of what physicians claim to be the same or similar, gang of crooks that _

o'clock.' noon, Monday, at the city Mr. J. E. Greene, an architect of charred remains of a human body rented rooms in the Rock building

ALLEGES THAT STUDENTS AT building. Birmingham, who has made a spe- I leads to the belief that from three to during fair week, and decamped when TAMPICO FALLS THE NEXT

PERDUE TORE OFF HER While there is no way of telling yet ialty of church construction, appeared six lives were lost in the conflagra- the officers got on their trail. STEP WILL BE TO BLOCKADE .

- I CLOTHES AND OTHERWISE what the general tone of the bids will > before the committee and sub- i tion. The ashes of the Florida House The character of the debris foundin THE PORT OF

# MALTREATED HER be, it is believed that the batch will mitted plans, which were so pleasing i yesterday gave up the remains of a their rooms was the same as that VERA CRUZ

contain several good offers. The bond that they were accepted.The I human believed to have been a guestof which was found by :Mr. Rock, when

market generally has been in an encouraging committee is not yet ready togo the hotel during the night of the I he began an investigation of his ten- Washington, April 4.-Special.-(
; Lafayette, Ind., April 4.-A most condition for some time, forward with the construction, but: fire. A chemical analysis of the find- ants. The Miami Metropolis tells The recognition of the belligerency of

y sensational story Missh came to ,and the city of Orlando bonds should M r. Greene was directed to hold himself ng has resulted in the emphatic dec- the following interesting story: the rebels in northern Mexico is expected -

light here when Mabel Rogers, appeal to investors as being partic- ; in readiness to begin the required laration by physicians that human beings Literally slipping between the fingers to be the next step of this

? a first year student in Purdue university ;, ilarly good. [ drawings when he should be 'perished in the blaze and peoplere of the police force, a gang of government following the capture of
brought an action in the superior notified the committee. today ''raking the remains withenewed Torreon and the impending fall of
It is often said by those in position I by rogues who, it has become known, operated -
court for $7,000 against seven to energy in an effort to ascertain Tampico.The .
know that Orlando is in better a fake horse racing betting
;r S f senior co-eds, whom she charges beat condition financially than any town in whether or not the loss of life establishment successfully in this city question of according belligerent -

her with such brutality that her Florida' and it is not difficult to be F Flieee fDRAlS[ [ MAKING DESPERATE[ [ was greater. The register of the I for two months. Monday night secured rights to the constitutionalistswas
health is permanently impaired. in at the time of the
{ I this. The tax rate and the assessment Florida House as well as other hotelsrhich their equipment, evaded two progress
Among other things. she asserts, basis are much lower than STAND AT SAN PEDRO[ O went up in the conflagrationwere officers who were presumably watching murder of Benton. This temporarily
her eyesight has been injured and her checked the negotiations.
in many towns, and the bonded indebtedness destroyed and the clerks are all L the place, and made their get
nervous system permanently shocked Judging from statements made today
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lacks a good margin of that can be depended upon to give an away.
by the suffering she was compelled to being up to the limit. Trying to Break Through Rebel Linesto account of the number of guests. Its This became known today through the Benton incident has blown
undergo.The over, as the new plan will give Great
Much interest centers about the Continue Flight to not believed that any persons were Charles 1.,. Benedict, owner of the
young lades named in the suit lost, but the finding of what is believed Britain the diplomatic right to deal
house which he thought had been
opening of the brick bonds Monterey
paving ,
direct with
Carranza and Villa
all come from prominent families, as to
to be the remains of a of
guest
and the sale of the bonds leased to a respectable young couple,
r" consequent for
and when their identities became indemnity Benton's murder.
the Florida house, where the fire had
who accidentally discovered the real
for it is the
general desire that the
t' knoWiJ there astonishment Juarez, April 4.-Speciat-Sur-( : The result of
was great ) its origin, dispels this belief. use to which it had been put, notified according belligerent
paving work shall be started
& among the 2,000 students at Purdue,, ,, as early rounded by a strong column of consti While there is no way of provinga the police and even took them to then rights to Carranza will be in its main
only few of whom had heard of the as possible. rationalists; the shattered and almost details'
I loss, it is persistently believed i house in an effort to catch the members a recognition of the flag of
hazing. exhausted remnant of Velasco's army i St. Augustine today that from three of the gang. After watching for the rebels on land and sea, and an acknowledgment -

The defendants are Miss Mary is making a final desperate stand at to; six people were burned to death about three hours the of any blockade the
policemen -
-' Clark of Indianapolis, Miss Ruth B By lUMBffiMAN[ I IS DEA D San Pedro, a short distance west of and increased forces are at work to became tired, for they apparently returned rebels may establish in any Mexican

) Cowjn of Chicago, Miss Mary Sheri Torreon. day clearing the debris with a view of to town, and between that port and the flotation of bonds.

dan of Attica, Ind., Miss Esther Kis- AT PASADENA[ H HOME According to dispatches from the finding additional remains. It- is impossible time and morning the house was vis The state department has information -

[ ner of Terre Haute, Ind., Miss AgnesPhillips front the fighting has been going on to ascertain the identity of: ited, the apparatus removed and the that immediately upon the fall of

4 of Monroeville, Ind., Miss all day. The federals are making a the remains found last night. place vacated. Police headquarters Tampico the rebels will turn their attention -

May Blue of Star City; Ind., and Miss Remarkable Story of How the Rich gallant resistance and are endeavoring apparently forgot about the affair. ; to he acquisition of a navy.
Helen Lee ,of Oxford, Ind. est Man in America Achieved to break through the constitajtionalist -
About 1 Mr. Benedictwas
I February It is stated here that the first
< Miss 'Rogers is an orphan. and His'Success i iI lines and continue their B ARD Of TRADE TO M1IN[[ I N approached by a well dressed, of the rebel navy would be to blockade move-
;; comes from Shoals, Ind. She is pretty I flight in the direction of Monterey,
pleasant appearing young man whodesired Vera Cruz.
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but frail. and often has been absent Pasadena Cal. I II I where four hundred federals are pre COUNCIL N CHAMBER MONDAY N y NIGH T to rent his pretty, comfort
April Frederick
from her studies illness. for the
through paring defense of the city.
able home in Edgewater until Apri
After the hazi T ihe consulted with Weyerhaeuser, the multimillionaire Villa is .
still
i friends $ lumberman of St. Paul, Minn., died at Torreon and is expected 1. He said that he and his wife were N INESENATORSATTMPTTO[ [ T [ STOP
and whe- felt she should to
remain
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# i take some action she consulted a lawyer today. his plans for resumption of Make Report as to Progress gave his ,name as H. 0. Harrison. The SECRET[ MEETINGS
'Yl > and the suit was the result. Mr. Weyerhaeuser was seventy the march to Mexico City. In al in Raising Funds alleged Mrs. Harrison remained outside -
> The student's complaint is a voluminous nine years old. He was stricken ten probability Monterey will be attacked
on the walk while the man mad
; affair: and contains fully a score days ago with a severe cold. next.
2 the deal with Mr. Benedict. A month'srent
of allegations of the most sensatiqnaland Threatening symptoms develops President Seth Woodruff of the Say That They Will Tell About
was paid in advance and Mr
e damaging nature. and several times he sank to the Fighting Continues'About Tampico Board of Trade reached home las Benedict gave possession at once. Th Everything That Happens in

'* *. / She says the, incident happened one verge of death but rallied and yesterday Vera Cruz, April 4.-(Special.)- night from a visit of several day: only time he saw the alleged Harrison Executive Sessions

,P night last January in Ladies' Hall 1, appeared all but recovered. Fighting continues around Tampico out of the city, and will be in form after that time was when he ap
J J; where she with the other students Mr. Weyerhaeuser The rebels for the meeting to be held Mondajevening. Washnigton, April 4.-Interest in
was reputed to appear to be closing in geared at the end of February to pay
had, quarters. She was in her room be the richest man in America. upon the city. A few days ago they the second month's ren.t Mr. Benedict legislation in the senate lagged today

!p; ,4 preparing her studies when there wt'R as Frederick Weyerhaeuser, the head managed to drive off a good supplyof The council chamber will be used had driven to the house a few while its members discussed the attitude -
a knock on the door. She opened it for the meeting, being a change from of nine of their number who
beeves
from
of the big lumber trust and reputed to I the federal enclosuresmaking times to look after the shrubbery and are
k,J ',fr'\' and without a word of warning, she be the wealthiest man in the Unite meat scarce in the city.T the temporary quarters used by the grass, but the house was alwayslocked : in open revolt against meetings behind -
j\< s asserts, one of the defendants rushed I States, was born at Nieder-Saulheim, board at the offices of Lord & Brad and apparently every one was closed doors except for consideration

w c 4' "itti' 'and dragged her out into the hall.'There l a hamlet of southern Germany, November shaw. It is rather likely that the away from home. He thought nothing of foreign relations. The revolt -

+ she was met by the six other 21, 1834. His parents were T TREASURY OFFICIAL DEFENDS[ [ council chamber will be used for sometime of this. led by Senator LaFollette, came

-?*fA young girls and the seven pounced poor and he had to make his.living as I until more satisfactory arrangements Last Monday morning Mr. Benedictdrove last night during a heated executive

.. i \upon her. a farm laborer and help to support RESERVE[ [ BANK SELCTIO[ [ NS for a meeting place can be to the place to inform the tenants session in which the senate, by a vote
f They first smothered her screams made. of 36 to 27 confirmed the nomination
fif / his mother and sisters while he was that he wished the house back
'* "* and"then stripped her of her clothing. still a boy. His educational advantages Among the interesting and important on April 1. The rear door was standing of Winthrop M. Daniels of New Jer-

;4"v!>. One of the girls then ran, she alleges were extremely limited and did Tells Why New Orleans and Ball reports to be heard will be that open, and upon getting no response sey, as a member of the interstate

4,f and secured a bottle of red ink not extend beyond the most rudimentary more Were Not Chosen for from the advertising committee as to to his knock he entered to commerce commission.

If/** ,4 and painted her chest, face, back and instruction in reading, writing the progress made in raising an advertising take a look around, he said, and a With Senators LaFollette, Cum-
& Location of Such
Banks
[ *t,
neck. When
_' n. they had finished this and arithmetic. fund of five thousand do l- most astonishing sight met his eyes: mins, Kenyon, Norris, Bristow, Clapp,
r diversion they poured a bottle of mucilage lars. Mr. James 1.,. Giles is chairman: The floors were covered with dust Jones, Gronna and Poindexter promising -

.' over her back and stuck her POLICEMAN BROOME STRIPPEDOF Washington, April 4.-(Special.)- of this committee, which is composed and litter, cigar ashes and stump ; to. talk publicly and freely about

P with pins to make her kneel. HIS BADGE Widespread criticisms of the reserve of the most prominent and active were strewn about everywhere, whiskey all domestic' matters considered in

.;: \ After this treatment had been continued bank selections forced a high official workers of the board. beer and wine bottles were pile executive session in future that was

;.1Jk for some time, the girl goes on of the treasury department today 'to Another report to be heard is that in the corners, dirt and dust added to conceded that virtually nothing could

't S to relate, they threw her into a tub Policeman Broome was dischargedfrom come to the defense of the reserve from Mr. L C. Massey, who recently the confusion, and the entire houselooked be accomplished by closing the sen-

i;.. of water and disappeared."I the police force last night, and system, saying that fundamentally i it attended the hearing before the railroad as though not a dust cloth had ate's doors to the public and the
$ was ill at the.tIme the a warrant was sworn out for his ar -
girt is
practically perfectFor
commission at Kissimmee the been applied in the two months sincethe press. There was much speculationas
.' m toes on to say, "and I told my assailants rest by Mr. Martin of the Pure Food I ,reasons of policy the official long and short haul act. Mr. on Benedicts had moved outie to whether an effort materially to
?!i..1J this when they attacked me, but Store. The matter grew' out of the refused to be Massey; '
under
:. quoted his nann made an able before t Attempts to throw up the shadeswere alter the rules would result
argument
,j;1006o they paid no attention to my plead- operation of the coffee roaster in the He said the reason why Atlanta was commission against the railroad useless, for they were found I tc Confirmation of Mr. Daniels closeda
":1 >. : ings and treated me as if I were without store. over which there has been chosen New Orleans contention -
S ", ,q over was because that they should be relieved! be tacked down absolutely tight. a contest marked by one of the bites -
some of the
controversy, business
some
feeling. after studying conditions it was found he the house hia terest debates '
of the of the proceeded through ever heard in the sen-
operation act, and his
'f : Miss Rogers made no mention of I neighbors of the store claimingthat that the trend of
business of that district the surprise grew, until he reached one ate. Opponents of 'confirmation objected
is
report on hearing a subject of
,:J :.' \ the.. length of time she remained in the odors from the roaster werea was away from rather than to much interest.It of the bed rooms, where on a table to Mr. Daniel's view on the
1"i': the' bathtub or how she was rescued, nuisance and asked for its disco New Orleans
?t' \ and if the band had bee was a telegraph instrument; nearbyw ; valuation of public utility property
( : but 'said she had become unconscious tinuance. The city commissioners is expected, too, that the recent!)
at New
; 5.Uf. Orleans
put it would work a s a black board; on a table wen as demonstrated in the decision of
)51'i. and later suffered hysteria to such glinted permission for the roaster to appointed membership committee willhave
great inconvenience members and about
on of racing tickets, strewn was the New Jersey public utility commission
>. extent sfie continue to run. It that Po- a number of new names to be ,
$ an was compelled to take appears banks which
are in a remote comer other debris indicating that some of which he was chairman,
.:*-if(,treatment at a local hospital. liceman Broome went to the store of Florida without facilities to get iq added to the list. thriving business had been going on in the Passaic gas rate case. They
last
night and revived the matter in
.It# ) i touch with New Orleans as readily as A trifle nervous over his discovery,, claim that the gas company's
1} some manner, and in the of ANDERSONMCDONALDJ prop-
WELL'KNOWN BARTOW CITIZEN- course
they can with Atlanta. Mr. Benedict returned to town and erty was overvalued and that
;' k'J IS DROWNED the interchange, which grew heated, The reason why Richmond reported the affair to the police. whose ideas led him to join in a such man
a
he is alleged to have At the Baptist last
: cursed Martin. chosen parsonage ev e -
over Baltimore was because That afternoon with two officer decision should
y"i not
be
t f :t'l Fort Meade, April 4.-W. A HLpt' ll, The matter was reported, and Broomewas Richmond does more business in the ing at the hour of 8:30 Miss Olgz] he went again to the house and this: the interstate commerce commission.placed upon

:i ; a prominent Bartow citizen, was summarily dismissed from the' South than Baltimore, and another Alice Terese Anderson was married time the papers and apparatus were ,
force to )Ir. John G. McDonald, Rev. Dr
:drowned Saturday in Lake Swoop,
\j reason for not selecting Baltimore carefully examined. Checks ffir sum THE WEATHER '
.:;-i.j-pear Lake Alfred. He was on I his was because it is too close to Phi la- Edw. T. Poulson being the officiating' ranging from $1,000 to $50,000,signet

: !Fi wy home from a business trip to CONVICTS KILLED IN ATTEMPT I delphia. clergyman. The young couple went' and apparently 'legal were found. and Florida: Local rains
f 1.t.r' ;various'points, he being an insurance TO ESCAPE to the home of the bride's parents on i wrappers from the Bank of Bay Biscayne i Sunday. Monday -
generally fair in north
,' i Jackson street where will make rains in
they
The body was recovered Sun- ---
\ Mr. W. W. Rose will leave for Atlanta such as might come around a south.
{ !4 rooming, prepared for burial by Folsom, Cal., April 4.-(Special. their _home for the present The
y. )- this afternoon where he is .to pack of $100 bills, put up i in sums of _
.. l4 ,1. E. Wirt, of Bartow, and shipped to Three convicts were killed bride is an accomplished and lovable
outrightand meet a business engagement leadingup $1,000, were also found, giving the Mr. Benedict was in the yard, an automobile -
l{. 1ttw'at+chula on Monday morning for in- two others were so seriously injured .- to a development transaction young woman and the groom is a impression that some real money wa containing several men drove

< t" .>; y:wrraew.st5'i. .... I that no hope is held out for which means much for Orlando and. sterling young business man. They; used in the transactions, to bait thI up, but upon seeing him apparently

,:,* : Deceased leaves a wife and, two 1 their recovery as a result of an attempt vicinity. Mr. Eose, has been instrumental : 'will make their home in New York! I victims. The telegraph instrument engaged in pruning the shrubbery,

.-(daughters. ; Misses, Lola and Zekle i by thirteen incorrigible prisoners in putting through some considerable after- a short, time. was found to be a complete fake, so they went on. It is supposed that ,

loll, three, brothers !nd three sisters,' to break out of Folsom penitentiary ; real estate transactions recently far as outside connections went, and they gave the alarm to the confederates "

,.-W> n DeSdto and Manatee I' this afternoon. None of the ; and is recognized .pa a live See the elegant assortment of Easter it was evident that the lair of the who were believed to be down
and booklets
convicts I cards at Curtis, &I -
ties..t: \ [Wire in the business..,, E O'Neal's Book and Stationery Store. fakirs had been discovered While town. '''
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Ware among the largest dealers In SEED at Special prices and this sale i* only

pare imported Olin Oil in this section. for a limited time. played by Miss Kathlyn Williams of Wild Animal Fame.

W. import only the best oil through ..Don't delay planting your garden Violet Ammonia (Zie size), special Ik. I
oar broker in New York. We sell Now is the time and oar store the The is a delightful adjunct to the
under fall place to buy your seed.LIVINGSTON bath.' bottle
this Oil guarantee. Try one under our guar
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.4 Pints ... ... ................. -50 Pels Naptha Soap. ( bars for .....2k..c .. I r +
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Special prices tn larger quantities.Castile Life Bony Soap, 6 bars for .....27e. TUESDAY "
s; NATO SEED, $2.25 per Ib. Fairy Soap, ( bars for .......28c.

if Country Gentlemen Corn ...$1.00 pk. Lava Soap C bars for ...........27c.
[ SoapPure Stowell'f Evergreen ........$1.00 pk.Florida Grandpas Tar Soap C bars for ..27c. SEVEN BIG REELS-"THE PERILS OF PAULI 'E"-3 Reels, by Chas Goddard.
: Favorite Melon Seed. Delaney's Hard Water Soap, 3

Alabama Tom Watson Sweet Melon Melon Seed.SteeL Cakes for ......... ........%St.
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Mottled Castile Soap, Ib .........%le:. Rockeyford Canteloupe Melon Seed ..

: One pound of this Soap makes about Moth Destroyers Wilbur of the Pathe Player's head. An unusually strong cast
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This i. a rood remedy for cuts, We
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This ringer ale ii one of the beat
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famous Shivar mineral water at Crab Aple Extract (%Se. "ttlt..Zlc.
low prices.50e
value for ..................38c.. Shelton for, S.the C,stomach and ii not but only Japanese Honey Suckle (%St. bottle) .oo \ Children 5c Adults lOc
lent
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Highland Plaid Paper, 2k. value..21e. the kidneys also. We can sell excel-I : : 'oo
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or case. .Single bottle pint size... Whisk Brooms (%Se value) .....19c.
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} Appolknaris Water. and nervous headaches, especially recommended for..... ... ... ... ... ....o..23c.
"_ Water. in cases of headache, caDIScoU' Tissue. 3 Rolls for .........ZSt.I The picture will tell the story
I;, Apenta ed from over-eating or nervousness. Palmetto (lOc.) 3 rolls for .....23c. ,
: Rnbinot Water. Contains no opiates, or habit-forming Formaldehyde and Sulphur Fumigators 4 a .
f.l Veronica Water. drugs If not relieved your money ............ ... .......25c. .. "Yes," Price tells the Bargain.
t Poland Water. I back Price .....................%SC. Scott's Tissue Towels ..." ... ...16c. i
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TO THE WISE MAN WHO HESI STOPPING THE PAPER BLEASE CLEARING SOUTH CAR- .N. :: FOR REAL FSIA IT, ,

TATESA OLINA PRISONS rM b1AOflMUA bargain sale.

I've stopped my paper, yes I hey, -

noted preacher has for his max I didn't like to do it, Columbia, S. C., April 3.-Upon
But the editor he got too smart
im, "See things as they are and do And I allow he'll rue itI recommendation of the pardon board

; them." made in January to Governor Blease, .
fc44A4AAAA4A44+ ********* M 44 tH ,11.1,1..1111,1,111",111 .
Analyze these words and you will am a man who pays my debts, fifteen men on county chaingangswere < iiia"

find they mean volumes to the pro- And I won't be insulted granted freedom by the governor -
So when an editor gets smart
gresive man. I want to be consulted.I I, last night. Approximately 100
Bank & Trust CoAt
The road 'twixt right and wrong is petitions for clemency are being con- Orlando .

a sharp, clearly defined path.It took his paper ']even years, sidered by the pardon board, now in
and helped him all I could sir, Close of Business March 27 1914
can be seen a long distance be session here. The state's prisonersnow the ,
An' when it come to dunnin' me
fore you approach it. I didn't think he would sir. number but 243, of which 207 are -

But the mistake which most men men and thirty-six women. I RESOURCES .

make is that they will not judge be But that he did. and you can bet, S Loans and Discounts . . :. . .$375,648.96
It made me hot as thunder
tween he right path and the wrong, Says I, I'll stop that sheet, I will NOTICE Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,459.31

but trust to luck to lead them. If the cussed thing goes .under.I Of Notice Intention is hereby to Apply given f.r that Letters we, the Patent undersigned Stocks and bonds . . . . .. 26,018.33

As luck is a fickle goddess, many will apply to Honorable James W. Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . 26,437.37
hunted up the measly whelp Perkins, Judge of the Seventh Judicial Cir
times they choose the wrong ave An' for his cunning caperI cuit Court of Florida, at his Chambers at Cash on hand and in banks . . . 428,721.62
Deland Florida or wheresoever he be
may
paid him 'leven years and quit, 6th of ,
nue.In found on the day May 1914 for let
the course of a worker's l time Yes sir, I've stopped his paper. ters. patent to be .issued to the First Baptist $858,285.59
he discovers "we can build more safe Church of Orlando Florida, a corpor-
poration, not for profit, organized for the LIABILITIES
ly and more permanently on the firm purpose of advancing the Christian Religion

foundation of square dealing than on NOTICE especially the doctrine of the Baptist Denomination Capital stock . . . . . . .$100,000.00
of the United States, accordingto
the uncertain sands of sharp deal Change of Schedule Clyde St. the proposed charter thereof, now on file Surplus and undivided profits . . 32,628.54

ing." Johns River Steamers in Orlando the ,office Orange of Clerk County of, Circuit Florida. Court at Due to Banks . . . . . . 230.00

Sharp dealings cut confidence, and :Until further notice the steamers, W. E. STEVENSON, Re-Discounts . . . . . . None
,W. M. DAVIS, I
will leave Sanford at
cut confidence means tow salary, slow of this line GEORGE. W. PHILLIPS. Bill Payable . . ., . . . . None
' 11:30 o'clock a. m. EDWARD T. POULSO

advance and much'worry.Going N. M. TUPPER, Supt. 4+4L ROBERT. L. BUNCH. Deposits . . . . . . . 725,427.05
a little further we find this
J. B. CALDER, Agent.
can for a little while, as 'a fluent
go Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914. Sentinel want ads. get results. $858,285.59
talker may "bluff his way through

for a time; but it is only a question. -- -
y Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . ,$649,484.91
of when or how soon these inflated I 1..11.1..11.111111.,1,111111111,11111111"ORlAN
Deposits March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05
or artificial elements lose their force

and the shirker is at the end of his Increase in 23 days . . . . 75,942.14
resources, while the consistent, painstaking -
honest worker continues tc O. W ASfflNGTON Deposits, March 21, 1913 . . . . 591,149.61

reap the harvest of his wise endeavors Deposits, March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05

strengthening his character
Increase over last year . . . . lo4Z/ \A\
which, a writer says, is "the expres M
DRAWING ROOM '
sion of the individual r M. M. SMITH, President

It is indelibly stamped on your surroundings W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier
SLEEPING CARVIA
-on everything you touch
Directors
It is expressed in the clothes yoi

wear-in the flash of an eye or thE M. M. Smith, W. M. Davis, E. H. McXeffl I

turn of'a hand-the thoughts yoi R. L. Hyer, James A. Knox, H. L. Beeman,

think and the things you do-it i..; L. B. Long, J. W. Jackson, T. H. Evans,
D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs.
YOU made manifest.
ATLANTIC COAST T LINE[

.. The man who continually chops and 444- 4444
muni
changes his vocation in life will nev

er amount to anything much. i --

He may be brilliant and clever, but OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M. FOR SALE-At a bargain, if takenat Dr. BucKinaster
I WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES once: One two-chair barber
the steady plugger will inevitably AND DO ALL KINDS OF shop, known as the "0. K.; at 203 r
outdistance him in the race. Boone street, doing good business;

. t It is the story of the hare and the OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. 10 acres good land just outside city Osteopathic Physician

tortoise every time. Tuesdays J alid n SaturdaysFOR .J limits, 125 bearing orange trees,

So in all callings we find the bril, and grapefruit two large, tangerines pecan trees, mandarines; four room, 132 Orange Avenue

liant worker may outline a beautify house, new barn, good horse and rig, Next door to People's Ban ,
for and it will attract his farming implements. This place is
job today
RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON Clear lake. Owner wantsto up-stairs. Acute and chr .
located
near
attention for the time being, but tomorrow
of W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. sell on account of health. Address ie diseases treatedTelephone 1
the good intentions yester- Hugh S. :Miller, Orlando, or call at
"dya have gone glimmering forever. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. L H. RAMSDELL 203 Boone street. 32610tW. 1

Remember: : ORLANDO, FLA.

"One step won't take us very far, George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. OPTOMETRIST T. ENTRICAN, WOOD, COAL AND 1CK

We've got to. keep on walking; G Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likiflj) Makes a specialty of painting, paper-. Wood, ?L50 a, strand op.. H&B&
furniture etc.Phone
Ose word won't tell folks all we are, ing, refinishing floors, Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tf't
FLORIDA 121.1m
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CLAUDE L'ENGLE WRITES A REPORT OF CITY CLERK 1055 Jan. 3, J. D. Mitchell ...... 405.50 1194, Mar. 2, J. F. Bozart ......... 75.00 IlilliHilMiMIMIIMt*
1056. Jan. 3, R. M. Carroll ....... 36.00 1195 Mar. 2, Paul Carlton ....... 75.00 MMIMMMIMIMIMIIHUi
LETTERTo First Quarter 1914 1057 Jan. 3. E. F. Speery ...... 159.90 1196 Mar. 2. Wm. Dean .......... 100.00 i
1---- 1058, Jan. 3, T. D. Brokaw..... 5.00 1197, Mar. 2, Henry Quarterman 60.00 Shoe Repairing
the Fourth Con 1059. Jan. 3. Phillip Bum ......... 50.00 1198 Mar. 2, R. M. Bennett ...... 90.00 j For Sale ; ;
< the People'of City of Orlando Orange Co.. Fla. 1060 Jan. 3, Jos. L. Guernsey.. 10000.00 1199, Mar. 2, A. T. Shruggs ....... 65.00
gressional District: To the Mayor and Commissioners 1061, Jan. 3, Oscar Hand and Son. 12.00 1200, Mar. 2, Dr. P. P. Pillans .... 10.00 by PARCEL POST i !
"Times change, and men change 1062 Jan. 3, So. Fla. Sentinel.. 8.75 1201, Mar. 2, 0. A, McIntosh ..... 75.00 ,
with them is what .wise man, or City of Orlando Fla. 1063, Jan. 3, S. S. Griffin ....... 2.00 1202 Mar. 2. C. W. Thompson .... 60.00
GentlemenThe :- 1064. Jan. 3, R. L. Hyer ......... 3.00 1203 Mar. 2, Phillip Bum ....... 50.00
one passing for a wise man said. This) following is brief 1065. Jan. 3. S. G. Dolive ......... 2-00 1204 Mar. 2, 0. Concert Band .... 50.00 j \ Modern 8-room Men's Waif Soles 7sc to 850
t is true today and will be true tomorrow a statementof 1066 Jan. 3, J. F. Ange ......... 1.00 1205 Mar. 2. Oscar Hand & Son.. 110.05
I and all the other tomorrows; be- the business of my office for the 1067 Jan. 3, J. F. Gordon ....... 1.20 1206. Mar. 2. Delaney Drug Co ... 2.80 ladies' Half Soles, COc to 75c
t make conditions and time first quarter of the year 1914, end- 1068, Jan. 3, Hanna Bros ....:.. 81.44 1207 Mar. 2, G. R. Ramsey ....... 150.00 II House 2 doors Children's Half Soles, SOc to
cause men
March 31st 1914. 1069, Jan. 3, L. J. Dollins ........ 30.00 1208, Mar. 2. A. L Wright ....... 75.00 750
) in its passage changes the interests ing 1070: Jan. 3, City Park Commission 500.00 1209 Mar. 2, J. H. Barton ........ 75.00 of Hand Turned Soles, .0,)
.. of men. The City Council held twenty 1071. Jan. 17. E. F. Sperry ...... 164.00 1210 Mar. 2. J. A. McLeod ...... 75.00 i | west Wyoming Heels
But, however much times may meetings during the quarter with a 107%. Jan. 17, So. Fla. Foundry .. 7.10 1211, Mar. 2, W. A. Edwards ..... 75.00 Repaired, 2c
and conditions change with full board present at every meeting. 1073 Jan. 17, E. G. Duckworth ... 4.00 1212 Mar. 2, Ed Donahue ......... 50.00 Hotel. Bar- All work
change ii returned in hours.
of the bus- 1074, Jan. 17, 0. B. &: T. Co.... 2200.00 1213 Mar. 2, Gordon's Trf Co. .... 2.50 24
them principles cannot change, be- Some more important 1075. Jan 17. Peoples Nat. Bank 1300.00 1214, Mar. 2, Cain & Berry B Wks 11.10 Orders without remittance returned -
cause principles are based upon iness transacted at these meetingswere 1076. Jan. 17. State Bank ......... 1500.00 1215 Mar. 2, M. S. Adams ...... 24.50 gain. C. 0. D. We pay
truth which is a spiritual essence of the adoption of the new traffic 1077, Jan. 17, Peoples Nat Bank. 3500.00 1216. Mar. 2, flyer & Davis ....... 20.00 ; : return postage.
ordinance, very much needed on 1078. Jan. 21, City Park Commission 1000.00 1217 Mar. 2. 0. Telephone Co. ... 6.16
divine origin.All 1079, Jan. %). 0. Fire Department '. 45.00 1218 Mar. 2, Youngs Rep. Shop .. 2.80
of this being true (and I am account of the ever-increasing numberof 1080 Jan. 2f
sure no one will dispute it) when I automobiles in use in our city. Also 1081, Jan 24, E.'perry ........ 159.00 1220, Mar. 2, Jos. Bumby ......... 17.7a A. Hanson
went back to Florida.from Washington the appointment by the Mayor of a 1082 Jan. 24. Hammond & Gore .. 4.00 1221, Mar. 2, Mrs. Alice Nicholson 6.00 i A. L. Bentley,
...... 5.00 1222 Mar. 3, F. Jos.
committee to formulate build- 1083. Jan. 24. Isaac Prescott Raehn H and r
last Saturday to look over the a new 1084. Jan. 24F. Jos Raehn &; Co. .. 4.10 P- Co ....., ................. 7.30 19 East Pine Street
political situation in the Fourth congressional ing code. The committee consistingof 1085 Jan. 24, W. S. Branch ...... 2.55 1223, Mara 4, Hammond & Gore .. 4.50 i : 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEMMttMMMIIIIimiMt ORLANDO FLORIDA
district, in which I am nowa our leading architects and builders 1086. Jan. 24. 0. Novelty Wks. .... 105 1224 Mar. 4. J. B. Magruder ..... 1.00
candidate for re-election to con- with the City Engineer as chair- 1087. Jan. 24. P. F. Lauback ...... 2.90 1225 Mar. 4. F. Langenbach .... .. 2.10 *' ,... .. .81111..1.11.1111 .
... 1.50 1226 Mar. 4, O.
1088 Jan. 24, 0. Telephone Co. Novelty Works 6 108.00
gress, I found the situation be be the man.Another 1089. Jan. 24. E. S. Pierce ElectricCo 1227, Mar. 4, The Helms Hdw. Co 6.75

same this primary year of 1914 as it important business was; ........ .............. ...... 1.60 1228, Mar. 4, P. A. Horn ......... 26.20
was in the primary year of 1912, in the retirement of $10,000.00 worth of 1090, Jan. 24, J. B. Magruder ..u 1.00 1229 Mar. 4. Steenberg & Ohse ... 11.50 1.,1.1011.1"1"1 , ..
elected to the old 7 per cent Clay Bonds and legal lOai, Jan. 24, Young Rep. Shop ... 10.45 1230 Mar. 4. Pierce Elec. Co ..... 3.45
which I was congress.I 1092, Jan. 24, 0. Electric Supply Co 4.70 1231, Mar. 4, Jos. Bumby ...... .. 2310
was not surprised at this because notice given o call in the balanceof 1093 Jan. 24. Curtis & O'Neal .... 5.10 1232 Mar. 4. 0. W. & Light Co. .. 1.00
I there are two principles at the this issue on the first day of Jan- 1094, Jan. 24, E. E. Lusade ..... 1.30 12.33 Mar. 4. R. L. Holland ... ... 15.50
foundation all political activity; uary, 1915. 1095 Jan. 24. Maud Johnson ...... 375.00 1234 Mar. 4, IL A. Lumsdep n_.. 5.17 Spi'in allhl Snuffler
of the One election has been held duringthe 1096 Jan. 24. Finley jr .......... 8.75 ,. 1235 Mar. 5V.. H. Smith .... 1.25 [ r
one principle being the right 1097, Jan. 24, P. F. Lauback .>.... 341.74 1236, Mar. 5, S. A. Johnson ... 11.42
people to govern themselves; the other quarter for the purpose of selecting 1098, Jm. 24, F. X. Schuller ...... 2.00 1237 Mar. 5. H. E. Hand ...... 1.80
principle being the desire of a few a Bond Trustee to fill the un- 1099, Jan. 24. L. J. Dollins ..._... 2.00 1238, Mar. 5. E. F. Sperry ....... 190.13
interests to rule the people expired term of E. F. Sperry J. T. 1100 Jan. 24, E. H. Westover ... 2.00 1239 Mar. 10. Macy Wagon Wks... 9.90 _
powerful 1101, Jan. 24, Carl Jansen ........ 2.00 1240 Mar. 10, So. Fla. Foundry... 2.80
for the benefit of the interests they Hendricks being elected to fill said 1102 Jan. 24. E. F. Sperry ...... 20.00 1241, Mar 13. Sears Roebuck &,Co. 2.33 Our new line for the Spring

represent. vacancy. 1103 E. F. Sperry .............. 174.65 1242, Mar. 14, F. H. Shine ...,.... 12.60 and
Those who advocate and try by all The Clerk has issued 191 dog li 1104, A. C. L. R. R. Co .......... 62.29 1243 Mar. 14, E. F. Sperry ....... 185.00 Summer season of 1914 is
advance 12 milk licenses and 63 1105 Jan. 24. Crystal River Rock 1244 Mar. 14 F. D. Harvey & Co. 116.11
the means in their power to censes per- I C. ..... ...................... 42.90 1245 Mar. 16. Lord & Bra the cause of the right of the peopleto mits to plumbers, Water and Light 1106, Jan. 24, Gavn Exp. Station. 250.00 1246,'Mar. 19, E. S. Keyes ........ 26.44 of our business have
rule themselves always have been and Telephone Co.'s to open up 1247 Mar. 21. John M. Cheney... 250.00 we
and always will be opposed by those streets for purpose of repairs or new FEBRUARY 1)14 1248 Mar. 21, E. F. Sperry ...... 187.00 been able to show such a line of
who desire to the people for the work. 1107 Feb. 2. R, 1w1. Bernett ....... 90.00 1249. Mar. 21. Mfg. Record ...... .. 23.20
rue 1108 Feb. 2. R. L. Holland ....... 50.75 1250, Mar. 21, Rachel Hutchinson .. 2.60 new and timely goods for EasI I
advancement of the .interests they Fifty ((50)) building permits have 1109. Feb. 2. Wm. Dean......... 100.00 1251 Mar. 21, Elijah Hand ....... 550
represent. been issued approximate cost according 1110, Feb. 2, Henry Quarterman. 60.00 1252 Mar. 21, S. A. L. R. R. .... 133.04 ter selling. Our line of Dress
Soon after I first began to take an to the figures of the appli- 1111, Feb. 2, W. H. Smith ........ 100.00 1253 Mar. 21 St. Bank' (Kehoe &
in it cants for these permits, of these 1112, Feb. 2. M. C. Broom ......... 75.00 Co.) Draft .................... 17&.91 Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery
interest public affaire was my 1113 Feb. 2. Paul Carlton ....... 75.00 1254 Mar. 21. Reporter-Star Pub Ready-to-Wear and
good fortune to be convinced that the buildings being $70,380.00. 1114 Feb. 2, J. F. Bozarth ....... 75.00 Co ........... ... ............. 5505 goods
right of the people to rule themselvesis 193 Warrants have been sworn 1115 Feb. 2, Youngs Rep. Shop .. 5.59|r 1255, Mar. 21, W. T. Pollock ...... 60.00 notions is complete-the stylesare
the true principle in political- out by the police officers and private 1116 Feb. 2, D. J. Spell .......... 75.00 ..12J6. Mar. 21. O. County Abstract varied
citizens 192 tried in 1117, Feb. 2, M. S. Adams ........ 28.40 Co..... ....................... enough to suit
which means governmental-alfairs. cases being 1118, Feb. 2, C. A. lone ........ 100.00 1257, Mar. 21, E. F. Sperry ...... 174.5.00 the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
It followed immediately that 1 was the Mayor's Court, in 137 cases fines 1119 Feb. 2. J. Van Buskirk ...... 75.00 125H: Mar. 21. Carl Jansen ........ 4.88
opposed by those who believe in the were imposed in 45 cases cash bonds 1120, Feb. 2, A. T. Schruggs ...... 65.00 every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the (

principle of the rule of the special were forfeited, in 10 cases defend- 1121 Feb. 2. H. A.' Lumsden ..... 78.75 Total ........... ..............43173.04 Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
1122 Feb. 2, J. C. Carpenter ..... 10.00
interests, represented by ,themselves. ants were discharged, in one case, 1123 Feb. 2, Dr. P. Pillans ..... 10.00 the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent
When I was a candidate for con- no trial, party having left for parts 1124 Feb. 2. Jos. L. Guernsey.... 3.50 LOOKOUT MOUNTAINWhile cheaper than the
gress in 1912 those who believedin unknown.Of 1125. Feb. 2. C. W. Thompson .... 60.00 regular prices.
the principle of the rule of the the 192 cases tried 118 were 1126, Feb. 2. 0. A. McIntosh ..... 75.00 in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
1127 Feb. 2. Newell Elec. Co1.... 1.75 "News"
special interests were in violent and for violations of street traffic, rid- 1128, Feb. 2. C. & 0. Berry Boiler sightseeing automobilesfor you our line if you will call on us.

active opposition to me. /NoyA that ing on sidewalk solicitating on R. Shop ...................... .... 10.20 Lookout Mountain Point Park, :
1 am a candidate for congress in Ial4 R. platform .id a few of them for 1129. Feb. 2. Phillip Bumm on... 50.00 Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
74 of 1130 Feb. 2, E. F. Sperry ........ 125.00
1 ,these same people are still in opposition fighting. cases were cases 1131 Feb. 2, S. A. Johnson ...... 100.00 Ridge and historical points. For reservations -
to me as violently as before drunteness, but of these 74 casesnearly'50 1132 Feb. 2. H. C. Robertson .... 100.00 I
and as actively as they are able. cases occurred during fair 1133. Feb. 2. Mercks Pharmacy .... 1.05 address 910 Market street.
In 1912 everything that could be week. 1134 Feb. 2, 0. Concert Band ..... 50.00 I 3-3-Apr.23 HI m NeW York Bargain tore
The. reported 1135. Feb. 2. G. R. Ramsey ....... 150.00 I
done to defeat me was done. All of Plumbing Inspector 1136, Feb. 2. W. A. Edwards ..... 75.00 I
I. the forces, influences, coercions, 49 inspections of plumbing and the 1137. Feb. 2, J. A. McLeod t...... 75.00

threats, persuasions, that could be Electrical Inspector reported 48 .jobs 1138 Feb. 2, A. L. Wright ........ 75.00 THE WESTVIA . . . . . "
used to election in 1912 inspected. 1135. Feb. 2. J. H. Barton ....... 75.00 ITO
prevent my
1140 Feb. 2, Ed. Donahue ...... 50.00
were used. Everything that could 22 births were reported during the 1141 Feb. 4, Gulf Ref. Co ......... 10.00 'I" '
be done was done to prevent the principle juarter, of- these 10 were white 9 1142 Feb. 5. A. L. Beck Lbs. Co. 3.90
of the rule of the people that males and 1 female. 11 were colored 1143. Feb. 5, Helms Hdw. Co ...... 99.58! :
1 represented and advocated, from 9 male, 2 female, and 1 Indian, 1144 Feb. 5. 0. W. & Light Co ... 2.00 SEMINOLE MinD
1145, Feb. 5, Dann's Transfer .... 1.50
being successful. I won in 1912 by male. 1146 Feb. 5, Jos. Brumby Hdw. I t

the largest majority ever given to a : 39 deaths were reported during the Co. .......... ................. 59.10
candidate in the Democratic prima- quarter. Of these 25 were residentsof 1147, Feb. 5. W. E. Long .... 42.75:Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm I
Sentinel..... Ar Jacksonville ___________ '
Orlando 18 being white 12 male 1148 Feb. 5, So. Fla. 7.00 7:30 pm
ries who had opposition. ,
1149, Feb. 5, V. W. Estees ...... 55 Lv Jacksonville, Fla., A. C. L 9:00 ORLANIO.Water&Light
1 have not done the trigs) that 6 females, 7 being colored, 2 males, 1150, Feb. 5. 0. Telephone Co ..... 1.50 pm I .
those who represent the special in- 5 females. 14 being non-residents 10 1151 Feb. 5, Jos. Raehn Co ...... 9.00 Lv Waycross Ga., A. C. L.__11:10 pm I.

terests would like to have done for white, 8 male, 2 female, 4 colored, 1152 Feb. 5, Delaney Drug Co ... 2.45 Lv Tipton Ga., A. C. L.J___ 1:15 am
their special benefit, since 1 have 3 males, 1 female. 1153 Feb. 5, Dickson & Ives ..... 75 Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L___ 2:40 am I W
Feb. 5 Clara .....
1154 A. Jones 2.60
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Ar Americus Ga. C. of Ga._ 3:55 I I
been representing the people in con- The following amounts colected 1155, Feb. 5, Hyer & Davis ....... 20.00 am
gress. Naturally they are opposed to and receieved by the City Clerk.MAYOR'S 1156, Feb. 7, E. F. Sperry ........ 189.35 Ar Columbus Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am ,
my continuing to represent the peoplein 1157, Feb 10. O. B. & T. Co ...... 6000.00 Ar Opelika Ala., C. of Ga. 7:30 am Co. !
'Ihis accounts for the fact COURTFines 1158, Feb. 10. Peoples Nat. Bank 6000.00 r Birmingham Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p
congress. 1159 Feb. 5, H. Gordon Harper ... 5.34
and forfeitures .... $ 974.00 Ar Birmingham Ala. C. of G.12:05
that tne influences that .. pm I .
Feb.
same were SANITARY DEPARTMENT 1160 11, I. N. Van Vorhees 10.20
exerted against me in 1912 are active Bucket Tax .............$ 698.85 1101. Feb. 11. W. S. Branch ....... 11.75 Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm '
against me in 1914.I Cess Pools .............. 438.00 1162. Feb. 11. Stenberg &: Ohse .. 6.25 Ar"Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm ,
................ 1163. Feb. 11. Eugene Dietzzer Co 18.91
Penalties 52.75 1189.60Lot Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C.________11:07 '
am glad that this is so, because it cleaning ............ 35.80 1164. Feb. 11. McNair Lb. Co ..... 50.55 pm
convinces me that I have succeededin 1165. Feb. 13, J. B. Lawton ...... 7.00 Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am ElectricityGas
the CEMETERYLot 1166. Feb. 14, E. F. Sperry ...... 166.60
establishing sincerity of my Sales .............. 198.00 1167. Feb. 18, P. F. Lauback ...... 447.50 Ar St Louis Mo., I. C.____ 7:05 am ,
devotion to the cause of the rule of Grave Digging .......... 22.00 220.00 1168. Feb. 21. 0. Concert Band.... 50.00 A
the people in the minds of those who Dog Tar ................ 236.25 1169. Feb. 21, Mrs. A. B. Whitman Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C. _____ 1:38 am ,

are hardest to convince-those who Impounding Fees ........ 113.00 ........... ............... 500.00 Ar Matoon, 111., I. C_______ 3:30 am
are opposed to me. I am by this reassured Miscellaneous ............ 124.15Plumbing' 1070 Feb. 21, E. F. Sperry ...... 164.00 Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am i Water Ice jj
Inspector ...... 243.75 1171, Feb. 24, James White ....... 10.00 Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am
that those who have honoredme
......
Electrical Inspector 78.00 1172, Feb. 21, Chas. Howes ....... 10.00
with support-and who are, there- Cash receieved from Property Owners for 1173 Feb. 24, J. C. Carter ........ 12.00 Ar Chicago Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am

fore, naturally, not as hard to convince work done by the Street Department and 1174, Feb. 24, John Mahan ........ 12.00
rent of machinery .................$ 45.40 1175 Feb. 24, H. 0. Rogers ....... 12.00 Solid Through Trains-Composed of
i as those who were opposed to Rent from Houses ................ 23.00 11.76, Feb. 24, R. E. Dann ........ 10.00 observation drawingroom Office-No. 18 West Central Ave. i
me-believe that after I became a Water and Light Co., for light out.. 16.36 1177. Feb. 24, H. Peel ............. 12.00 compartment ;
representative I did not depart from LIVE STOCK 11.78, Feb. 24, W. R. Logan ...... 10.00 section, sleeping cars, arid free '
1179, Feb. 24, W. 0. Hall ........ 12.00
the principles I espoused as a candi- Sold old Fire Horse ............... 50.00 1180, Feb. 24, S. Y. Way .......... 25.00 reclining chair cars, between Jf ckson- :
date. Interest on Time Deposits and City 1181 Feb. 27. Chas. D. Reese ...... 6.00 ville and and Jacksonville
Chicago
In short, I find that those who are Treasurer Funds ................ 66.37 1182, Feb 28, The H. & W. B. Drew 50.15 I :
opposed to me believe in me and are Tax Certificates with City Solicitor.. 156.09 1183, Feb. 28, M. D. Powell ......, 209.1 ,and St. Louis. All meals in dining No. 6IIMIIIMIIIIIIIIMHIIIIIIieillHIIMIIIIDMIIIMH
..............
for that reason against me owing to Tax Sale Certificates 90.66 1184 Feb. 28. E. F. Sperry ....... 173.00 Telephone
,
From Bond Trustee Voucher for advances 1185, Feb. 28, E. F. Sperry ....... 21.25
the difference between us as to the by city .................. 1000.87 I car.For t lets and Pullman car reser- :
of And those MARCH 1914
principles government.
AMOUNTS COLLECTED BY THE TAX vations all on
who favor me owing to the samenessof COLLECTOR 1186 Mar. 2, E. F. Sperry ....... 125.00 I .
Mar. H. C. Robertson ..... 100.00 W. R. O'NEAL Ticket
1187 2. City Agent,
our political and governmental be- Tax real and Personal ... .......$30355.02 Mar. 2, S. A. Johnson ..... 100.00 I
Interest ............... 1188 I or
liefs, also believe in me. Delinquent 296.45 Mar. C. A. Boone ...... 100.00
1189. 2.
Licenses .............. I D. W. WHITE Ticket
Therefore, I see no change in the Occupation 2505.31 1190. Mar. 2, Carl Jansen ...... 100.00 Depot Agent
political situation- regard to Total Amount collected ........$37,820.08Paid 1191, Mar. 2, W. H. Smith ... .. .. 100.00 I Atlantic Coast Line .
my to City Treasurer as per his Mar. 2, M. C. Brown _..... 75.00'
candidacy this year from two years receipt .............:...........37820.08 1193 1192 Mar. 2, D.J. Spell .......... 75.00 Orlando. .

ago. The opposition to me will select DONATIONS _u_ ____ _ yu -- -- -- _

that nounced one of the candidates several who have an- U. S. Experiment Station ........$ 500.00 -IIIMMIIIIMIMM8HlitlllHilQ- . MIIIIMIItt 8MPII 1,1,1.1
as against me Orlando Concert Band ($50.00 per
who can show the best chance of winning m.) ........ .................. $150.00
and most of that vote will Live Stock, purchase of mules .... 375.00
go Salary Electrical Inspector ....... 120.00Salary
to him. The others will receive that Plumbing Inspector ...... 155.00

number of votes that they can influ- Surface Drainage System ........ 169.00
ence personally, which in all cases .Street Department Equipment ..... 21.50Re.l ISPAINTwi
Estate for ....
Improvements 36.49
must be only a few votes.I City office fixtures ............. 165.25
went to Florida to see if there Sanitary Department Equipment .. 17.00

was any necessity for my staying in Total Amount ................. 43,173.04The _
Florida during the campaign. It is City Treasurer reports a balance of

necessary for me to be in Washington 7831.45 This with at.the the close$12,000.00 of March of 31st the, 1914.general 7$ < III)] a

to attend to the business of the fund placed by the Council in: rrI
people which they entrusted to Orlando B. & T. Co. Time Certificate -

it is necessary for me to be in Washington mg.- ...... .....................$ 6,000.00 <
The Peoples National Bank Certifi
to continue the treatment thatis sates ......................... 6,000.00
making me well. Friends from the Makes a balance of $19,831.00 in the gen-
various counties in the Fourth district eral fund.
met me in Jacksonville Respectfully submitted. YOUR
upon my CARL JANSEN,
invitation. They have assured me City Clerk

that there is no necessity for my remaining The .
following warrants numbered
in Florida during the cam-
from 1054 to 1258 drawn by the City
that will
paign; they take care of the
fight" for me, and that it will be best Clerk against the funds in the handsof

for me and for the people I represent the City Treasurer, by order of a

:. for me to return to Washington. the Council amounted to $43,173.04, kk )
and distributed'
So I came back to Washington and were follows:

leave the to the Streets and Sidewalks ... .........$ 1356.78
tight people on one Granite Curbing ...... .... .....? 304.74 q' 0L
OUSE'lll
side, who will be for me, and the spe- Fire Department ....... .. .. .,.. 619.39 RfNpA/NT& COLO
cial interests on the other side who Police Department ... ............. 941.91 \ '' s
will be for whoever can develop the Sanitary Department ............ 1798.22 1 1J
City Office Expense .. ... .. ..... 603.50
most strength as a candidate againstme. Ceiietery Expense ............... 536.35
Charity .. .... ... ........ .. .. 31.!
I will reach the people of the district Miscellaneous Expense .. ..... ... 506.60

by letter, by pamphlet by advertisements Salaries) .(.Mayor's... ....and.....Commissioners ...........- 650.00

: in the newspapers and Street Cleaning ... .............. 488.30
by friends who will speak in my be- Sewerage Supplies Advances ...... 955.30
half. I will be vigilant and active so Refunding Tax ...... 8.90
that Redeeming City ClayeBonds; ......10000.00
the that I
people's cause represent Plumbing and .Dairy .Inspectors'.
shall again triumph over all the Equipment ..... ... n ....... 16.00 .
forces that may be arrayed against Witness Fees ......... ........... 17.95 '
it. Repairs and improvements ...... 81.44
Park Lands and Improvements .... ;14.06$ Ipi
CLAUDE L'ENGLE. Siriing fund for Sewerage Bonds .
The Cert's in 0. B. &: Trust Co.
and Peoples Nat. Bank. ......... 3500.00 t4
Buy your garden seed from DeLa- Sinking Fund for General City

ney & Abernethy. Just received a Bonds ..... ... .............. 1500.00

big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf Time Time Deposits Cert' State....Bank...........,..., 15500.00

Peoples Nat Bank and 0. B. & Trust Com A. L. BECK LUMBER CO.
Warmaa Repairs and Retires Baby pany. General Funds 1200000. $3500.00 for
2nd Semi-annual Interest on Sewerage Bonds.
Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf Bond Interest ................... 23.00
Impounding Expenses ............ 6.00 Kiln Dried Lumber and Building Material Phone 451 Orlando, Fla.; <

JANUARY. 1JUI05J
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1 PAGE FOUR THE MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLORIDA SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1 I

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THE DAILY DEATH OF JAMES W. OSBORNEMr. FLORIDA AT PANAMA-PACIFIC be shown. I have a fine lot of litera- MIMMIHIMIMMMMimm III Dill. 11111 III lilt If

EXPOSITION ture which I will be glad to furnish

I South Florida SentinelMORNING to any one interested.Will j
James W. Osborne died at the
you help us in the work?
AND WEEKLY McEwan sanitarium at 10:40 yester- Now the tourist season is about to C. K. POMEROY
,
f JOSiAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. day morning, where he had under- close in Orlando let us give our at- Assistant Commissioner Panama- Dickson-Ives Co.

gone an operation for bladder troublea tention to the one great opportunityof International
: : Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida Pacific Exposition,
at Second Class Mail Matter. few days ago. Dr. Fuller, a spe- bringing all Florida before the California, 1915.
cialist of New York, came hereto world. The opportunity has presented -
TO ADVERTISERS: the operation. Mr. Os- .
perform itself. The Panama-Pacific Universal vJ
THE BEST TOWNDr.
" Copy for display and all other handset borne was in a critical condition when Exposition has made it possi- ORLANDO
}.4 advertising mutt be handed in at the bUI DUI he went to the sanitarium, and the ble for Florida to put herself before STOREOrlando's
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. DEPARTMENTAL
k the day before publication. Tail tale applies operation was held out only as a last the world and to show to the world J. C. Howell has received the

,* invariable to ehancei and for wifl contract be strictly advertising adhered; to.it I* and precarious chance, but he faced her great and wonderful resources, following letter from Herbert C.

the ordeal bravely, being fully ad- but in order to do this it is going to Bartlett, a prominent lawyer of Vineland -

Subscribers: desiring The Sentinel discontinued vised of his condition. He was doing take capital and labor. I N. J.:

the date should of expiration notify the otherwise office: in writing it will on be well until yesterday morning, whena Mr. A. V. French is the official I March 31, 1914 s Favorite Shoppng
continued at the regular subscription rates blood vessel in his head burst. Dear Doctor-I reached home last
until notice to stop u received.SUBSCRIPTION commissioner appointed by the gov- night after being on the go constantly -
The deceased at-
was a prominent
ernor of our beautiful state, and he after leaving you. I spent a weekin
RATES torney and had been many times hon- and liked the place
a Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 would not have been appointed by St. Petersburg
Daily, 6 Months ....................... 2.50 ored by the people of his home town I him if he had not thought that he very well.' It can not compare with
Daily, 3 Months ...................... 1.25 and state, Kalamazoo, Mich. He wasa Orlando for beauty, however, the only PLACE
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 was the man for the place. However, attraction being the bays each side.A I
{ thirty-third degree Mason and an with that appointment there was no real estate boom has certainly

Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 1.00 Elk. Members of these orders will struck there. It is platted out for -
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... .75 accompany the casket to the train today appropriation given as has been pre- miles. I came home by way' of
viously noted and it is up to the been
Archer, a fast train having puton
when the remains will be ,
SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1914. shippedto
counties to help roll Florida into Cal between St. Petersburg and Jack-
his home for burial. He leaves a ifornia's camping: ground.I sonville, so gave up the idea of returning -
wife, daughter and son and a brother, by Orlando, but hope someday
But nine days remain in which vot- have been appointed by :Mr.
Dr. Burnett Osborne, who were"with to spend a longer time in your
OUR MILLINERY
ers may register. counting from tomorrow French to work a part of the state town. I have not seen Mr. Channonyet *
him at the time of his death. The
and omitting the Sunday in- with him. Now. I was born a Connecticut but will in a few days. I cer- _
arrangements here are in charge of nutmeg tainly enjoyed visit with you and Is worthy of more than
tervening. The books close the after-, but I am in hopesto my
Undertaker Hand. Mrs. Howell and send both :
noon of April 15 at five o'clock. die a Florida cracker, and I wantto you my special attention. There is a

0 see the old state one of the banner best wishes.Yours very truly, style, an individuality, an exclusiveness -

The nomination of Oscar Under- The Lucerne theater has been lucky states, and we are willing to furnishthe HERBERT C. BARTLETT. : only found in

wood for United States senator in the enough to engage Mr. R. A. McIntosh labor if the different counties will the
i
.primary to be held in Alabama Monday of Tampa, one of the 0 finest furnish the money, and we are in a W. T. ENTRICAN, : ateliers of high class

c is being stoutly predicted from a pianists in the entire South. Mr. Mc- position to furnish important infor- Painter and interior decorator. New : Modistes of Fashion's centers.

poll of the state made by one of the Intosh, who is from Boston, was for mation to excursion parties of a num- ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636 Our prices, however, are

leading newspapers. The campaignis three years leader of an eight piece ber of different routes at a low rate Expert workmen employed. guaged to meet the moderate ,

said to have been the bitterest ever orchestra in Marcus Loew's theaterin and would be glad to call on any one WANTED-At Sentinel office, good : poc et.Ye voice here posi-

waged in that state and those who Fail River, Mass., and also leaderof and give any information desired, andit strong, able-bodied boy. : tively the newest of the new
d&slike a political wrangle of this one of Keith's houses in Brooklyn, will be my aim to put forth every
type will be glad when it is all over. N. Y. In Tampa he has led the effort to show Florida as she should' Get the Sentinel want ad. habit. at prices that will surely as-
o orchestra of the Montgomery and tonish those who anticipate

On another page of this issue the Greeson theaters, and has played for purchasing their Easter bon-

Sentinel is printed a letter addressedto Keith's vaudeville. It will be a pleasure MIMMIIMMiMiimMMIIIMMIMMMMIMMMMtiFOR net.

the voters of the .Fourth to hear him.HYDRO .
congressional We feature exclusively-
i district by Congressman Claude SALE AT A
L'Engle. It is worth while to read BULLET WINS

this letter, and the Sentinel hopes it "Gold Medal" and "Knox Pattern Hats"Merode

will be read by all. its readers. Mr. St. Augustine, Fla., April 4.Spe( '

L'Engle expresses confidence that her cial.-The "Hydro Bullet," owned by BARGAIN : D

: will be returned, and that it is not H. D. Deakin, of Chicago, today won : t

necessary for him to make a cam- the third and deciding heat of the .

paign. He says he is busy at Wash- twenty-six foot class, fifteen knot : "
Five-Passenger touring car in fine condition. Going North and do Underwear
ington at his post of duty and will handicap, at the Southern championship : &%)
not need'it logger. Cheap for cash or on mortgage, or would exchange :
not return to the state to make a boat races here.
for land in or near city. Also for sale one First Class
personal campaign, though he will be The "Hydro Bullet" was also the
Ticket, Jacksonville to Boston.Dr.A.J. .
represented by friends who will speak winner of the first and second trials

for him. The Sentinel would like to run yesterday and Thursday.

c see Mr. L'Engle re-elected, and be-

: lieves he will be. It is not necessary Work on W. B. Herring's new ? TAYLOR The Pleasure is

to say anything in disparagement of building in Plant City, which has been 1 it
his opponents to sustain this desire delayed for about thirty days on ac- 211 East Robinson Avenue Yourswhen

and belief. If they are able to con- count of shipments of material not HMIMIIUMIIMIMM > 8MMMMtMtMIHMIIIIMtljMMIMMMtlMMMMIIIMMIIMIIIIMIIiMMMH -

vince the people of the district that having* arrived on time, has again - -- __,u _ __ -- --- -- -- : wearing underwear of '
they, or any one of them, can more commenced with vigor. When the .
aMy represent the people of the structure is completed an up-to-date .. this make. Not only are the

district than he, then this opinion 5,10 and 25 cent store will open for A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX : garments knit to fit, but are
will be in error, and the prophecywill business in it.

fail. Mr. L'Engle's well known THE PALMS AUTO CO finished in a style only to be
i advocacy of those things in which k
We are glad that Congressman .
the people as a rule believe and his found in the very best of un-
fearless manner in asserting' his be- L'Engle is receiving congratulations REO MOTOR CARS : 11
1
from of his constituents the .
f lief and in exposing that which he stand many he took on the Panama on canal For long life' and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a : derwear. ,
believes to be wrong have given hima
following which it will be more tolls measure. Though rolled into full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force :
his place in the House of Represen- We stock all qualities and
difficult to overcome than his oppo- of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely ,
tatives in roller chair his backbone
a ,
nents think. Moreover, the man whois guaranteed.
seemed stiff enough to have been sizes.
already 'in the office has certain r i

.advantages over the man who is trying steel.linked together His conception with hooks of duty of triple and Maxwell "25," $800, Equipped in Orlando ERODE'CDiR4I4R

to get in, and these are so well -
the courage to give expression his .
recognized that the man on the out-
convictions creditable to I..
entirely
are
side has an uphill fight'of it no matter -
1 what his backing and beliefs may him. There is a big contrast betweenClaude's r
be. and the backbone of some THE PALMS AUTO CO .

_S o of his colleagues, which from this ..

SIDELIGHTSBy distance seem as flexible and elastic FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.IWIMMMMMimiMiMMMIMMMMIMtH. .

( W. S. Branch) as if held together with rubber I : Keystone Winners j

John Rowland says he is going to bands.-Ocala Banner. 1 .. .

get even on that John D. Rockefeller .

April fool joke if he ,has to sell the : RompersCreepers

Colonel a can of sauer kraut marked .

"California Peaches in Heavy Syrup.
z !,

One comfort from having the old (D Overalls
pf
frame buildings on East Pine street

removed will be the fact that they .

can not be used any more for ,billboards '. J For Girls and Boys
to desecrate the scene and irritate Are You Invited
f fe
the eye. So far we have not .
heard any of the Pine street businssmen to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea No mother should be

complaining because the fish gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure \ without these garments
h market has been moved to another .... for her children. Made of
you will be interested in our display of the newest and
section of town.i best quality, fast colorings
most artistic designs inCUT
too of Chambray, Rip-
by rnnr ramperi
There are ninety-six thousand un- B t an ns bine.
plette, Drill and Denins.
employed men in New York, and over GLASSThere : PRICES 50c. and 75c.
thirty million acres of uncultivatedland Kanulactured by
CO Cevel ndltWutehinCahewtW5hMY:: ,
in Florida.TimesUnion.And are so many odd pieces and attractive sets
it would stay uncultivated for
ninety-six thousand years if its cul- here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.

tivation depended on the unemployedmen We are sure you can never find anything that would

of New York city. The ,great be mote acceptable.T.H.Evans. S
majority of that class of unemployed

would rather stay in sight of Broad- ur Mail Oider r r Oepar1ent

way and Forty-second street and go t .

cold and hungry, than go into the -
-
country and tackle a job of real workat
makeuse
Is a great help to our out-of-town customers,
farming. They are "looking for -
information
Samples or
of it whenever you can.
work" and scared to death for fear -
cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
-
will find it.
they
4 .- Write for one of our illustrated mail order cata

logues. We invite comparison values.ORLANDO'S .
The Philadelphia Ledger has a

knowledgy editorial entitled "Elimi- j

nation of Villa Requisite to Peace." the Jeweler

Those are big words but we supposeif

they were put into the vernacularof ,
FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
"Mutt and Jeff" they would read ..
something like this: "If you'r gonna OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

stop the fightin' you've gotta cop that,
big bluffer Villa." Events for the' Ave1 '. Orlan
'
Orange e
past day or two indicate that Villa i EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

is the eliminator rather than the elim-

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You n Must t t Eal t Cdy J II S. s. Grilli e a I. ROBINSON Admission A STARKEY 5 cents, Managers. a oOpen9a.m.to10:30P.M. i iD r "uul It It t "Aliens 1:




DAY if you are a brain worker. GD GOG GDGDG, O I Ii '

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That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con- -U.
BUYS AND SELLS CATHEDRAL SCHOOL TEAM DE- ,

cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel'is to an en- FEATS EUSTIS

gine." REAL ESTATE Yesterday afternoon at Eustis the 11U.
I high school basket ball team of that

No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Caramels place was defeated by the girls' team Atti'fa

from the Cathedral school, with a
Taffies, etc.
score of 16 to 6. I

FRESH EVERY DAY. 400 acres within three The game was played on an out- .

miles of Kissimmee, two door court, and was a very prettyone ) .
i there being few fouls. and no ill a n -,
mile facing Orlando-Kis- feeling on either side. Messrs. Ran- @ ", : J

simmee brick road $20 dolph Robinson and Storey were ref- \_cvJ ,
,
j eree and umpire.A .
BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN t
:;' per acre if sold within number of Orlando people ac- DON'T NEGLECT

companied the team, who made the D YOUR WATCH
30 days. 3-i4.im trip in automobiles, returning late D

The home of pure home-made Candies, last evening. A WATCH is a delicate piece .!
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the game the Eustis girls
less attention than most
AvenueHIMIIIIIIMIMIIIIMIIIMMtMIIMMIIMItlttMIMt gave a picnic for the
supper visiting
Orange
3IENDELSSOHN REHEARSALThe team. machinery, but must becleaned
and oiled occasionally to keep
Mill Zillah Shepherd, the coach,and
.
time.
Mendelssohn Club rehearsalwill perfect '-ti' .
Miss Edith Robinson chaperoned the
be held Tuesday evening at 8:30 With proper care a WalthmnIWatch '
party, which was composed of Misses will .
keep perfect time
at the Orlando opera house. All requested -
Helen Warlow, Ella Slemons, Clara for a lifetime. It will pay yoa
S. S. Griffin has announced for the to be promptly.
( present well let clean
Holland to us your jvatdl'Allen
f Marion Smith, Jane Greene.
legislature over in Orange county, : gam! iz. u 1$ suont .
WADE I and will in all probability be Joe EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUEThe Evelyn Spencer, Ruth Bourlay, lone
THE TUNER Neal, Nelle Kinzel, Ruth Bourlay.
Hugh Reese's partner in shaping legislation & Co.
ORLANDO, FLA. I Ruby Shiver, Dorothy Daniel, Gretchen ,
at Tallahassee next year. regular meeting of the Equal
Sam has three brothers living in Ki Suffrage League will be held Wednes- Hodgson, Frances Bosanquet, Carrie -
II ,Hooks, Olive Dinkle JEWELERS
simmee, which is evidence that he is day morning at 10 o'clock at Unity Blanche Mc- i
Camey, and Berta
Mr. C. W. Carlin, of Jupiter a good man and should be elected.I .- Chapel. After the business there will Langenbach. Everything Guaranteed.

Orlando visitor today.Mr. I!Kissimmee Valley-Gazette. be a continuation of the discussionof
MORE ABOUT ORGAN Repairing.
P. E. Chinn, of H. Edmund Swabey is performing the laws of Florida in regard to D Prompt

spending today in Orlando.Mr. j i the pleasing task this week of delivering women and children. The following letters come from
I checks to prize winners at the the editor of the "Musical Observer,"
R. E. Skinner, of of New York. Dr. Carl is one ofAmerica's
; midwinter fair held at Orlando in
CECILIA GUILD ELECTS OFFI-
greatest organists, directorof
the late arrivals at
among February. The fact that the fair officers CERS FOR YEARAt the Guilmant organ school, and an

Juan. I are prompt in paying the cash authority on all organ matters. Ib. ndl

Miss Blanche Barns and prizes awarded will go a great ways the annual business meeting of ERNEST WADE. =01' AMMMMMMMMMM

Mae Wallace leave 'today to i in making the exhibition a success St. Cecilia's Guild, held on Friday, New York, March 26, 1914. ..
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relatives in Tampj'for' a few next year.-Kissimmee. ValleyGazette. the following members were electedto Dear Sir-The enclosed communi-
cation from Mr. Wm. C. Carl, one of till ***
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Rand serve during the coming year:
the best authorities the
on subject
,. es Anna and May Rand, of I Mr. Chas. K. Lide, Jr., the clever Miss Mary Kilmer, president; Mrs. mentioned, should prove of interest, OUARAMIC

were visitors to the city i representative of the Warner Paint H. W. Greethan, vice-president; Mrs. and am very sorry indeed that I could
I and Color company, of Nashville. Hurlburt, secretary, and Mrs. E. F. not obtain it for you more promptly. tuT .
Mrs. L H. Lawrence is Very truly :
Tenn., spent yesterday in Orlando in Sperry, treasurer. yours la emonstrators
the week-end as the guest GEO. S. NILBERT,
I the interest of his firm. The Beck
Editor Musical Observer.
cousin, ,Mrs. W. D. Hold n,
Lumber company are agents for the PICNIC PARTY SPENT DAY AT u ellne
ford.Messrs. I paints in this section and when you WEKIWA'A New York, March 25, 1914.
A. M. Truitt R. E. Mr. Dear :Mr. Hilbert-In reply to
and Dr. A. F. Lorenzo, of I get ready to paint your residence, itI merry party of young people. your kind note regarding the new Are canvassing the city in the interest of
I I will be worth while to give them a chaperoned by Mrs. J. C. Hanner and church and the advisability of plac-
.
ville, are among the visitors I call. See their advertisement in an- Miss Corinne Lockhart, spent yesterday ing a two-manual or a three-manual the Pride brand of Oleo. orders
lando in it I Any
would
today. organ advise by all
I other column. in picnicking at Wekiwa Springs,
means Shave the three-manual instru-
Mr. August Nathan a resort which is becoming more, pop- ment. I do not think it would be at given them will be promptly filled by us.
night from a pleasure trip BIG CROWD AT THE GRAND ular as summer approaches.The all too large for the auditorium, and
the East Coast. He did not I'I The Grand again played to when the extra is thrown
k an overflow day was ideal for the long ride space openit
thing which pleased him 261m'f I(I house last night, which is very through the woods, and the trip was would be necessary to have it. I You want the best and Pride Brand is the
gratifying to the new management.The would consider it worth several thou-
Orlando.Mr. I new managers have decided to made in Hand's auto truck. Twenty- sand dollars additional value from the
sell it.
best Oleo that is
D. Quina, one of the show features at popular prices, thatis eight were gathered around the long variety and tone value to be derived ; why we 1
Telephone company's clever five and ten cents and will inaugu- table in the pavilion for the delicious from the additional manual. Should
rate the new system Tuesday, when the church desire to know anything
is noW enjoying a well earned seven reels, including the first epi- basket lunch at noon time. further I will be glad to give assist-
tion with his wife at their sode of "The Perils of Pauline" will ance ni any way with pleasure.

Kissimmee. be shown. This is something amost The Ohio association will hold a Yours very sincerely.WILLIAM THE SANITARY GROCERY
new in the feature line and run as a the Tourist C. CARL. {
meeting at Headquarters
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. serial, there being fifteen plays in 1
rived in Orlando yesterday the entire story. They are shown two Monday evening at 7:30. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY CARUTHERS & GOREPhone t

troit, Mich., and are making weeks apart, thus making the story ti
I(I run about a half year. The first epi- The church service this morning at '.
headquarters at the San Juan i! to be shown Tuesday, was re- 2,000 ACRES less than twelve miles 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
their in the Unity Chapel will be the last until from here $8 Rush sale.
stay city. i Ceased I on March 23 and is without a ; per acre.
doubt the newest picture ever shown next October. Miss Gordon leaves Phone 625. 4-5-lt
Col. A. H. Bell, of Green I I "
F
in Orlando. Miss Pearl White and for Chicago on Monday. The various
Springs, and Judge W. D. I It Mr. Wilber Crane, of the Pathe players interests of the Unitarian church FOR SALE OR TRADE CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Arcadia, made a business 1: head a strong cast in each pro- Two high-grade young Jerseys that
have greatly increased in every way IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIID.II.IIIIIII.II.IIII".tt... :
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Tavares on Wednesday, and duction. are native milch cows. Free milk- ,
I! Besides this last The chapel is too -- -
their "The Perils of Pauline, year. ers and perfectly gentle. "
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I I which is in three reels, four other small for the needs of the people and One 8-year-old horse. Works single fllMt
Bell, a short visit on their way* : first-class photo plays will be pre- an addition will be built this summer. or double and an extra good one
On Friday evening that was sented, making seven reels in the entire under the saddle. Not afraid of EASTER HATS
performance.The train or auto. j
of the Round
meeting Table at :I
usual orchestra of five pieces IN PRINTING One light, two-horse wagon har-
Chapel. It was the last will play on feature nights and the The Sentinel will give you the prac- I
the dub for the : entire will be ness.One and harness
Mrs. performance light
season. on a higher tical thing and it will be of a dignityand top buggy
fine plane than ever before. good as new.
gave a paper on Carpenters will soon be at work style that will please you. We'vegot Will sell at a bargain for cash or I
Poverty. The discussion installing a cooling plant for the sum- the equipment; we've got the experience first class security. Will trade foB Special Reduction
ited. The club will resume its mer months. The air is to be drawn and we will deliver the job anything of equal value.
next October. from the outside, passed through a W. H. GRAESER,
large chamber filled with ice, and on time and in perfect order. Tryus. Formosa Post Office
from 4th
then blown into the house. Phone 24. lwk. On all Pattern Hats April to j
t TEN YEARS IN

Chiropodist for both men Eat what you want Opening of Piano Studio April 15th. Eat what you want. April 11th.MISSES.
men. Manicure, pedicure, Eat all you want. For particulars address Mac Tall- Eat all you want.
scalp massage. Feet a Take a postscript and forget it. man Care Grand Theater, or Phone Take a postscript and forget it.
J. Mustard, 117 Orange For sale by all druggists. No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m. For sale by all durggists. HilILTON & DUNN ii
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are always the same. LorraBafilo 900P.M. Lave Oerelaad 900P.M.AmTcOncluJ .
,. 7JOA.M. ArnreBaflilo 130 LLFJatern
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Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo Nice two-story new house, all mod I I will pay $1.00 per thousand for
extra charge for house treatment ern equipment; lot 75x150; close in. Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato
v If taken at once will sell for $1600. plants, from now until June 15th.P. .
Telephone conaectiou For further information, call at Sen- M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla.
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We insure your life and loan you WltlMMttlMMIfMflttttltllttltMIHHIIHM
THE PLACES Of WORSUIPLUTHERAN PEOPLE'S ANTS
money on real estate at 6 per cent
MAY BEES-AN ESSAYBy interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

Claude L'Engle Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.

... Notices of MUNNIMAKERS Lost, Wanted. For Sale Fer 325d&wtfFOR
_ Dont't Get Stung Rent etc, for this column 25e for one day, RENT 11S. TRANSFER CO1
Rev. L Wambsganss, pastor. May bees are good little in Sic for three days or 11.00 for one week, for By the year, a modern fully furnished
Services will be held at the Adventist 25 words or leu. Money must aceemp&ny 10-room house, with 2 bath rooms, in
; church on West Central avenue at sects, the adTerlioemcnt. for tin column M BO the very best part of town. Applyto
Insertions will be made creditFOR
2 p. m. All are cordially invited. But they don't fly in June on Jas. Thomson, 17 N. Orange ave-

;4 b.:... adt. In the June primary- SALE nue. 4.1-3t ORLANDO, FLORIDA ,

METHODISTAt Don't waste time on May An elegant modern home four bed-
( the Grand.) ; FOR RENT-Five room cottage. Ap-
j Sunday School_ 9:45 a. m. C. E. bees. rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- ply Mrs. McDade, 307 Broadwayavenue. OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174REGULAR
Howard SuptServices Some other man may be all tricity throughout; fruit trees and 4-1-lw

at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30/ right for you in Congress; 2-15-tf.flowers. 509 East Central avenue.

-m. Some other man may be in FOR RENT-Six room house, fur- r.1
6:45. J. N. Bur- modern also I I .
Epworth League, line with De- nished, improvements;
progressive FOR SALE Sentinel of-
den, Pres. furnished rooms. Apply
mocracy. Nursery stock, one, two, three and fice. 4-1-lw
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Some other man may be four year old buds; Foster Early,

able to think for the people Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house,
?. Rev. Chisholm will speak Sunday after election ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.KahK garden and farm land, on Conway
afternoon at 208 East Church street, Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf clary road. R. Bruce Perry. Box 115.
at 2:15 o'clock.A But may be some other man i 320lmd&wFOR

cordial welcome is extended to won't. FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs.:

r all. And may be you'll get For rent, three room suite for light RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the I
housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm., week or month; cheap. Phone -
4 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE stung fooling with him. L. Coryell, 201 Concord Ave. west,I or call at 23 E. Pine street. 571'1 .
You know that Claude Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf

L'Engle is NOT a be FOR RENT-Two office spaces in FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN
Service Sunday at 11 a. m.; subject, may ; FOR SALE-$350 worth of new fur '
our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
"Unreality. You know that he .will
niture. Also piano. A bargain.
Sunday school at 10'a. m. think and act for you, 411 West street. 3-24-lwk Electric Come in and Co.we will show you. 3-29-tf Pierce Orlando and Sanford and Intervening
Wednesday evening meeting at
Because he is now in Con-

7:45.Armory building. gress doing this very thing. Points
MMIMMIHIMIMMMIMMMIMimmillllMM ,.'
When you can get a sure .
UNITARIAN CHURCH thing Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick

Don't risk the best chance Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed..1.111..jtll"ttlllllllllllltlll.e.II.IIII..III..
(Corner Central Ave. and West St.
)
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. that ever happened. One Bungalow Left to Sell .

tF Subject of morning sermon, "The Claude L'Engle has been

Real Victory." time-tried and firetested I

Sunday school, 10 a. m. in the fights for thepeople's .. ,
Unity Circle on Wednesday after- M. J. DAETWYLER
rights.He .
noon at 3:30 o'clock. .
is the one sure thing I III THE
It
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev. for you in this race for '

Congress in the Fourth Phone 563 :
Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. District. AltamonteAltamonte
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. I
by the pastor. He is there for one term, II

Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Keep him there for another ,111,111111"1,111111111111111111111".1,1111111 :
x Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 ,
Vote for Claude L'Engle ,
II III
i p.m. and visitors invited first. I FOR RENT-Six room furnished :
Strangers cordially FOR SALE-21-2 acres land, all under -
to worship with us. Scats free. I Take a chance second I cultivation; good seven-room house. Address W. B., care Senti- Springs FlaA

house, nice yard. Address S., Box nel 328lwMISCELLANEOUS : I

I CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE 671, city. 3-31-lw I
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school 2:30 FOR RENT FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)
Sunday ,
m.
; p. II the best dinner served in interior Florida. Orchestra -
in bearing six Come out and get
Preaching at 3:30 m., by Rev. acre orange grove;
Howard Van Dyck, of p.China. Five room house kitchenette and acres cleared; part of land suitablefor FOUR ADJOINING LOTS in Oak- etc.: The Altamonte has the most beautifuljand healthful

Preaching at 7:30 m., by the bath, electric lights; by the year or gardening and trucking; located wood Park now for $500.00 W. I. I location yin Florida, on high ridge between two lowly lakes; 40
E: Rev. C. B. Wetherell.p. pastor month; partly furnished. See owner, half mile from city limits on public HIGGINS. 3286t. .I acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot-
Ladies' meeting Wednesday 403 S. Lake street, A. M. Callis. road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve
afternoon.prayer 4-5-3t care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf FURNISHED HOUSE to let. 303 : ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only

Bible study Thursday nightEverybody West Concord Avenue, Orlando, I Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
4Z' FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand Fla. 4-5-3t. :
welcome. FOR SALE-Complete set of house-;
; hold furniture. Will sell cheap. Call unimproved land. See S. S. : '
at 208 East Robinson avenue. 4-5-3t Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm One hundred and sixty acres of fine I GEORGE E. BATES & SON, PROPRIETORS >

CATHOLIC CHURCH T farm land, near Maning, North Dakota : "
SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND, MOUNT VERNON, N. H.
FOR SALE 80 acres under cultivation in I
I Palm Sunday. BARGAINS IN SECOND HAND I Pair of mules, well matched, young, good location. Will trade for orange iiillllMMIMIMMMMiiilillMHHBiMHMIMIStationery .

Sunday school, 9 a. m. CARS FOR QUICK SALE sound and in good condition. H. H. grove or city property. For full par- .

Blessing and distribution of palms; One 1912 Flander's Roadster ...$275 Williams, P. 0. Box 247, Orlando, ticulars address C. E. Piatt, Conway,
mass and sermon, 10 a. m. One 1912 Flander's Touring car 275 Fla. 4-2-6t Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw j that is not Stationary

Rosary, sermon and Benediction, Oe '1913 Krit Roadster ........350 ,
five "
7:30 p. m. One 1913 Krit Touring car .... 375 FOR SALE-A bath new modern bungalow in FOR RENT':' year r month i :

The sermon at the night service One 1912 Haynes ......... .. ..700 detail.rooms Ten and minutes, walk to every modern seven room house. Apply Ours is constantly'on the move becausewe
will be on "The Popery," the sixth of One 1913 Oakland Roadster .... 500 post- 217 East Robinson avenue. 4-4-8t
the series of Sunday night Lenten I One 1913 Cadillac, 4-passenger .1400 office. Will give good bargain to 1 have what the public desires and at reas-

sermons. One Cadillac Truck ... ........ 750 prompt buyer. Owner, phone 4-2-lw 376, More help wanted? Room to let
N All cars in splendid condition. i city. or wanted? Advertise in the Sentinel onable prices.Our .

ST., LUKE'S CATHEDRAL Agent for Lozier cars. I FOR SALE OR RENT Be sure to read the ads. in stock is so varied that we can furnish -

a Rev. R. Remsen in KLOEPPEL MOTOR CAR CO. I House corner Anderson and Osceola today's Sentinel. They bring results.W. .
Henry priest Jacksonville, Fla, Phone 4787 most anything you want in size tint ,
charge. I Ii Streets, suitable for one or two
1"- Palm Sunday. i families. Will make price and terms T. ENTRICAN finish or weight. Just now we are selling a

I' The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em reasonable. A bargain. Offers to Orlando the newest and best I
} Sunday school, 9:30a. m. I on Court street. 12-5-tf. Apply to W. H. EATON, 110 Sum- of workmanship in the painting and j great many boxes of Initial. CorrespondencaCards.

-, Morning prayer, 10:30: a., m. t merlin Place. 391w. ,decorating trade. Phone 636. I Unless your name begins with X,
The Holy Communion and sermon. 1-21-lm
11 FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room I initial. The cards
a ra.Evening 1 we probably have your are
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR
furnished house. Will rent all or
prayer and sermon, 8 p. m. WANTED-25
Attention is called to the change in part of it, by the month or year. I family washings at fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come
from 50
REPRESENTATIVEI once, cents Home
Mrs. M. McEwan 105 Silliman up.
hour of the evening service to be at Apply ,
n. I Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. 50c a box. We
street. 4-2-2wks and see them. They, are only
8 o'clock instead of 7:30. hereby announce mr candidacy for Representative 3-8-
.
Rev. R. P. Cobb will preach in the from Orange county subject to also have the initial to match the
j paper
the: action of the Democratic primary to beheld
morning and the bishop in the even- June 2nd. WANTED The Sentinel want ads find tenants
ing. Beginning Sunday night a se- J. H. REESE. I cards.
ries of sermons on the "Fundamen WANTED-To buy 5 or 10 acres,par- for houses or rooms every day. Let

tals" will be given by the bishop, at FOR REPRESENTATIVEI tially or wholly improved with them help you. .
8 p. m., each evening of Holy Week citrus: trees, some bearing trees pre- -- -- W. S. BRANCH
bereby announce my candidacy for Rep- ,
before Good Friday. resentative from Orange county, subject to ferred. Owners only dealt with. Ad-I Take your repairing to Warman on

Holy Week services daily until the: action of the Democratic primary to be dress Grove, Sentinel office. 4-3-3t Court street. 12-5-tf The Arcade Book and Music Store I
heel June 2nd. I

Good Communion Friday, 7 will a. m.be;as morning follows prayer: Holy, S. S. GRIFFIN. WANTED-Two good girls, one for,----- --- u_ ._ __ __ ______ --- --.- ---.-- -
the dining room and one for
10 evening without MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC gen- I'll 11111 lei 11111 11111 III
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eral housework. :Mrs. W. C.
music or address, 5 p. m.; sermon by Apply i i i i 1111111ii11 11 111 i 111111111111 iii Mi>
I hereby announce myself as a candidate Temple, Winter Park. Fla. 3-24-tf
the bishop, 8 On Good Friday
-, p. m. [or. re-election to the office of Member of f
morning, prayer and litany at 10 Board of Public Instruction Orange County
o'clock; three hours service, 12 to 3 from District No. 8, subject to the coming WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing Show
There's
; p. m.; evening prayer, 5 p. m. Saturday I primary. Very respectfully WM. EDWARDS. stenographer, two years experience -: a Style HereI

the Holy Communion, 7 a. m.; Zellwood. Fla. can furnish good reference, desires -
evening prayer and baptism, 5 p. m position. Willing to begin on I
,. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I moderate salary. Now employed.I
., BAPTIST CHURCH I am a candidate for the office of County -. Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla I
FIRST Commissioner of Orange county from.. 3-21-1wK in the Year
1Hs cat:rch very cordially extendsits District 2. If elected I promise to serve the Every Day
people to the best of ability,
hospitality to all who come withinits my having resided -
doors. If you have no church here a number of yean I am quali- WANTED-Position as chauffeur, by,
fied to know
the
needs of the section and
home/here we hope you will come and the people. steady, reliable man. Willing to N

Worship Rev. Dr.with Edw.us. T. Poulson D. D., Ap&pka, Fla. Respectfully.A. C. STARBIRD go anywhere.of Morning Address Sentinel."Chauffeur,1care 3-26-lw; I Home makers will find a visit through our i

pastor.Mr. WANTED white girl for
-Competent
Samuel A. Newell, superintendent FOR SHERIFFI general housework. Sleep home. We have here the i
of Sunday school Mr. Geo. W. hereby announce myself as a candidate big store an interesting treat-
Small 310 Anderson .
family. Apply
the for Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the
t Phillips, director of choir; Mr. Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. street after 10 o'clock a. m.33t..

William Sunday S.school Branch,promptly Jr., organist.at 9:30a. FRANK GORDON. I most delightful of necessities for the furnishing. i

FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION :WANTED-Any variety of sweet
m.Worship in the auditorium at 10:15 I hereby announce myself as a candida'.cfor potato plants. Will contract at 75c! of the modern home.
re-election to the office of Supervisor of per thousand until June 1st, or will f
a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pastorin Registration for Orange County subject to contract at $1.00 per thousand dur-,
charge. the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd
Fred M. Preston Pine
ing April. ,
Morning subject, "In Remembrance 1914.
t of service.Me," followed by the communion FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR Castle, Fla. 3-20-d&w-tf We specialize in high-grade furniture at a :

COUNTY COMMISSIONER WANTED at this office good ,
strong
.y Evening subject. "The Coming of I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor able-bodied boy. f moderate We invite to come in and i
Zion's King; or the Triumphal En- County Commissioner, Orange County. price. you
try." The young people are especially District Four, subject to the action of the
WANTED sound saddle
__ invited to attend the evening ser- Democratic primary June 2nd 1914. I will young,
; greatly appreciate your support. horse, weighing 700 to 850 pounds.A. look over the display.:
vice.Young Yours truly. J. Taylor, 211 E. Robinson avenue.
People's meeting at 6:30
p. C. J. SWEET. 4-4-3t .
m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president. Pine Castle, Fla. -
Easter Sunday, Dr. Poulson and his WANTED-::..Pair of good medium
church will begin a series of reveal FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER size young mules, and wagon; also PRICES RIGHT GOODS flIGHT! HRMSRIG"T
services, assisted by a large chows I announce to the myself office as of a County candidate Commissioner for reelection -- Jersey cow and calf. Address A. S. H., )

choir. Every member and wo er Orange County. District Five subjectto care Sentinel. 4-4-3t
in the church is urged to jointily the decision of the Democratic primary SEED! SEED! SEED!
in the meeting. It will bet he last June 2nd 1914. Garden and field seed. DeLaney &

revival service held in the! old building Respectfully E. L. BROWN Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
Ft. Christmas, Fla.
3 I WANTED-Ladies to bring their

HOTEL FOR LI FOR TAX ASSESSORI combings to us. Don't destroy
hereby announce my candidacy for the
? We have a 75-room hoife on Lake offiee of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub them. We will make what you want. Kincaid & Snowdenij
ject to the action of the Democratic primary Come and see our stock and examineour
Erie, just 12 miles from Cleveland on called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and work. We invite inspection. If
hard surface roads and trolley line. elected I pledge you my faithful service.
havn't the hair we supply it. Our
ARTHUR BUTT. you
of traffic and last
Abundance
year
stock is genuine. We make every-
which was the first, was decidedly FOR COUNTY TREASURERI thing to order. We cash for
su/cessful under the management of hereby announce myself a candidate for pay
the owner, who now has other busi- Treasurer of Orange County subject to the combings.We t lOW PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE
to take all his time. House is Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914.J. beg to announce that we have .
ness .
H. TUCKER. secured the exclusive agency for the
i newly furnished, has electricity and
well-known and popular Clow's Knit

i all Reasonable conveniences leasing, bath privileges houses, garage.can be I hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTOR myself as a candidate Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam- ij Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida | :
,
for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof ples will be submitted for your inspection -
c arranged. Address Palmer and Palmer Orange County, subject to the Democratic at your leisure. The goodswe
Atlantic National Bank Building, primary to be held June %nd. 1914. If reelected handle are the kind that satisfy.

Jacksonville: Florida. w&s. as I have I pledge endeavored to yon to FT my. faithful H tV rest service NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar- '
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EMPIRE HOTEL FRONTS ON THREE STREETS. ROOMS 75c, $1.00 AND

$1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.

100 ROOMS"J.. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.


EVERY ROOM WITH BATH OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.
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NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to ,
$1.00 A DAY MEALS 50 CENTS .
.c So.OOPER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROmIS'

Inquire at offi ce lor low weekly and monthly rates for the ,
$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
summer. .
J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop..

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Several weeks ago the editor of I IWB H HEARETHRPEOPLE Just -Bargains
the Herald agitated the question of a i
local press club for a general get- I THE MARKET
That's All
ting together of the newspaper men
and job printers of the counties of P H
Osceola, Orange, Lake, Seminole and $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruit Of Cleanliness Of Quality
and trees. 120 are _
Volusia. The idea was that a smaller orange
press club meeting several times dur- I large seedlings and the balanceare FRESH AND SALT MEATS
ing the year would promote a better i from one to three year old

feeling and redound to the credit of That Have Made Good buds. Near city.$3,250.Choice FISH AND GAME
the craft in many w ys. This idea i home in city; 8
has been tried in other states and rooms large lot and finet fruit$2,400.Good i > Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
WHY BECAUSE EXPERIENCE HAS TAUGHT US

there ciation is in a our DeSoto own county site recently press asso-or HOW TO MAKE FORMULAS THAT SUIT ALL CON- East Side. .Close 7-room in, only house five, > Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

ganized that is working wonders for DITIONS FOR BOTH ORANGE TREES AND VEGETABLES minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.

the members in better rates and bet NOW IS THE TIME TO FERTILIZE of choice lots and a number -
ter printing and the five counties con- of exceptionally good city ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
and everything in the Meat Line.
templated are close enough togetherto grove propositions. We have I
have these meetings at no great. for rent several furnished bun-

expense to the members for mileageand The Southedil r Fertfflzell CO. galows fcnd flats close in. Some
r the I The 1
1, The hotel newspaper bills. men have sigpified I I winter by season year and begins.others Call'till and the PARLOR MARKETH.

thejr willingness to attend the meet- ORLANDO Phones:_Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA make your wants known.
ing, and immediately after the sub- M. Self & Co.

ject was broached Editor Triplett
wired the Herald that Kissimmee Cooper & Atha PINE STREET |

would entertain the editors at the
114 South Orange Ave Ground Floor
Phone No. 80flMMMMMMIimiKIIMIMIMMMMtUeiMHMiU
first meeting. We expected to go to

., Kissimmee, organize, eat lunch and Phone No. 311
get back home on the afternoon train,
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but we did not reckon on the big
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hearted people of Kissimmee or their
real live board of rade. Those boosters MMtMMMMiMMHiMMMMMmiHIIIMmmilMHHMMMMMHIIIillltim

down there are so tickled at hav- >r( &(
ing the members of the Fourth Es. I

tate with them one day that they <

have arranged a program as'large as Just arrived car load W. M. SLEMONS :
the Florida Press association, and i ii
for immediate -
any of us get back home by Sundaywe FORDS .
i
will be lucky. They intend tc]
delivery.Get .
shut up the schools, close the stores,

open the jails and the sanitariumsput I New Goods :
Arriving Daily
now
on extra police and show the yours
Lake Region Press club the time oi
F. G. RUSH,
their young lives and they have arranged

a program of music, speeches Phone 226
lunches, auto trips and a smoker that !
will take up a day and part of the

night We sell high grade Men's Clothing, Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. 1
Kissimmee is certainty some towr
and we will be there if we have tc b 'made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
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stay a week.-Sanford Herald. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. .

BRYAN FOR REPEAL Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin &'Co. :

Washington, April 3.-Secretary oi Best in the
& Co. place city to trade.
State Bryan spent some time at the

capitol today advocating support oi
the Panama tolls exemption repeal

bill He called upon Senator Ashurst

Democrat, of Arizona, opposed to re W. M.SLEMONS '
peal, and discussed the administra. .
tion's policy in the controversy. Aftei To the' West and NorthwestVIA .

his conference with the secretary: ORANGE AVENUEIMItMMIIMM

Mr. Ashurst declared he still maintained C .

his positive opinion that ex ..IIllllllllllla"MlNI'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"1111111 11111"111111" ;
emption was not in violation of th! DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND -
Hay-Pauncefote treaty. s
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED +Mta tiM +t+
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i-,p- 'on Warman Court street.Sells, and Fixes Bicycles 125tiillllllllilMMMtHIMM :. Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDv "itUtttttttttttttflttttt.I" " " 1 W I ILaI I Co,I! IIIIMiMIMMMMMlimMIHMIIIMIIMIHMMMI. -;i


f, Lv Orlando. A C. L.......12:31 am 3:13pm I Orlando ........................ 3:13 pm ...; J
r Jacksonville A. C. L... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ........_............ 7:30 pmv MMIHMIMMM
v Jacksonville A C. L... 9:35am 8:25 pm Jacksonville. A. C. L. ........... 8:15pmv
Waycross, A. C. L......11:50am 10:25pmr Waycross A. C. L. .............10:20 pm
A Genuine Bargain Macon. G. S. 4 Foo..... 5lSpm 4:15 am r Macon. G. S. &; F. .............. S:46 am HOT WATERIn "
: r Atlanta C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7:25am r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:12am 1
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i r Knoxville LAN. 12:19pm
: in Real Estate r Chattanooga W. & A..12:18 11:5hm r Corbin. L. &; N. ................ 3:16pm the Summer Time. Hot water is one of the most
: r Nashville N. C. &,SL L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:00 pm
I Good eight-room house, : Ar St. Louis. LC.&L.&N. 2:50 pm 7:20 am r Indianapolis. YL L. .........eo_ 1:50 am essential features of a comfortable home. This is No some i
Ar Lexington ............ time be- '
' L. & N 6:50pm in the Summer cgmfioutyietsmt
with connected kitchen Ar Hopkinsville L. A N........... 6:21 pm Ar Cincinanti. L. &; N. ............. 8:50 pm emphasized most strongly ? ;
twenty acres first class land ; Ar Evansville L. & N..... 9:28am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. &; L.......,...1:20pmr cause you don't want to heat the kitchen up by one
al cleared 315 bearing Ar Terre Haute, C. ft E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am II Grand Rapids G. R. & L ....... 2:45pm Consequentlymost
Ar Chicago C. ft E. L..... 6:50pm .:50 am r Cleveland. Big Four.............. 7li am keeping a fire all day in the range.
Orange Trees, in first class homes have to go without it all Summer and shave
condition, fine bloom. Land ; DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED ,
in the Winter. ;
can easily be sub-divided Solid train composed of section drawing it only in limited quantity
; room sleeping cars observation cempartmeat I I Solid train composed of electric lighted rand
il* into five-acre tracts, is on ears and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches "GET A RUUD" i 1
Ik road to Conway, 2 1.2 Chicago ar between and Jacksonville section drawing-room and St. Louis sleeping I between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and s
'miles from Court House Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis; hot water time
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and you have plenty of steaming any i
road on two sides, main Solid train carrying electric lighted com-; Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear between you want it and at a very small cost by simply
artment, observation sleepers and electlie 1
road will be bricked this Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand I'
ighted section
drawing-room sleepers. First- turning on the faucet.
year. Has rural delivery, lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining car .
ems meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
and shool Sold to
wagon.
close and estate. CHEAP ORLANDO WATER &'LIGHT COMPANYGas S Sj
, HW TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON
for cash,or very reasonable W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent Department
0 terms will be made. I I! Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando .1

LORD & BRADSHAW ;

. l J Exclusive AgentsIHiMMiillHillilliltl Subscribe for the Sentinel. HIMMIMIMI t''''' IIIIlffllllI: : ==ft**


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P AGE E I G H T THE MORNING SENTINEL; ORLANDO, FLORIDA SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1914

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SIIGH H HAS LARGE E A R{\GIN E .I! ''!! I ':.i"r." II'JI, L' ,,I" -=
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Orlando Trucker Will Begin Shippingto .
ri, Market in Course of a I i:__- ::

Few Days ,

. TII 1E STATE BANKOI ORlANDO I' Mr. S. J. Sligh has the largest acreage I ra! tL'BJr!:' Than l \ Credit} I: ii=::,,=:-=-:

in Irish potatoes ever planted by r==
one man in Orange county, he says, .
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i besides broad area planted to other is -
kinds of early'vegeables. I
The division of his truck lands is
about as follows: Potatoes. 25 acres; i ;c
I in fiic Bank
cucumbers, 15 acres; tomatoes, 175 iVlonsy
acres. The potatoes will be ready for]i .
market in the course of eight or ten
LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE.CONSEBVAT1VE.ACCOMMODATING days, thinks Mr. Sligh, and about j 1t'OR --
April 16 he will begin to dig and I ':-
ship. He planted the Early Rose No.
when have do not need ;credit -
4, and the Bliss Triumph. He has you money you : ;
made an interesting experiment with:
A CONSERVATIVELY MANAGED BANK some sample potatoes sent him from' although it will l>e offered you. t :

Belgium, and has found that they are I
By having an account with the State Bank of Orlando, Admirably adapted to Florida, and .

you enjoy all the advantages of a conservatively managed next year will plant a considerable
area to this variety. He has only
F and well equipped bank-and the confidence that comes r =
fifteen from
or twenty plants grown Dank and increase =
account
today
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k from association with an intstitution of ample re- five poatoes which he received froma

sources. friend in Belgium. The duty on balance each week, and soon you will have a sub- -
poatoes, he says, is heavy, but he is
Accounts subject to check are invited. going to give them a fair trial.
stantial amollnt.Peoples.
Mr. Sligh really thinks more of his J
cucumbers than anything he is grow i
ing, maybe because he is an expert'
THE STATE BANKOFORLANDOState
a
cucumber grower. He has a spray
which he uses frequently on the -
plants and. they are coming along TI
County and City Depositary finely. I N@lti@1 l l BaIDl < v
r The tomatoes are up to a good I
height, and his men were busy yes-:
terday in pruning the plants. This is I "It is a pleasure to serve YOKe" .

said to make them more vigorous and
to fruit earlier. Part of the land is I I .
being gven to a trial of the East!

w A4 44111111111111111'11'1"'I. I"I'IIII"'II"I'IIIII' Coast method of cultivating tomatoes,!
which is to plow a furrow, drop the -
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STATE HOTEL ASSOCIATION Other officers of the new associa- plants in and leave them alone.A \\iIi !I ': !I !' i :I'ii!' III: II! : \ m 1'1 J I I
FORMED AT DAYTONA tion as as follows: small plot of ground was planted'II II l i[i ; :I !II\III\ \Ji Jillil Ii,\ IIIIIIltlijl! \ !: \llili!IrlllliWI'II lllllui lil:ilIlill,! I llij II1111 I\I\ II. 'I : ,IN
First vice-president, Dr. E. L. Potter to cabbage, and Mr. Sligh has cut
t' Ormond Beach, April .-Between Hotel Clarenden, Seabreeze. 250 crates to the acre from it. Between
AT THE LUCERNE MONDAY lette, the engineer, explorer and theater and with their idea in view
a thirty and forty of the leading hotel Second vice-president, Harry Bee, the rows of cabbage he has statesman, and who made her as fam- that nothing is too good for them.
men of the state gathered here this man, San Juan hotel, Orlando. squash planted. These are up and in "Sapho," the great and famous ous as himself by his attention. Then They will not raise their prices and
week for the purpose of organizinginto Treasurer, F. E. Conrad, president full leaf. The cabbage will be out masterpiece by Alphonse Daudet. came Flamant, the engraver, who this film in six big reels will be
4 of the before this begins to will be shown at the Lucerne Monday spent his all, and eventually forgedfor shown at the regular admission. Go
an association, and the, Florida First National bank, way crop
Daytona. and
mental
afternoon and evening, featuring her. Always phys early and avoid waiting, standing
State Hotel association was perfectedwith Secretary, William Burbridge, Bur, come on. When the potatoes are off Florence Roberts and the star cast of ical stimulus for men of brains the room has been out for the past three
J. E. Kavanaugh, of the Semi- bridge hotel, Jacksonville.The corn will be planted on this ground. the Mutual Film corporation.The stimulus to original creation which nights of last week.If .
nole hotel, of Jacksonville, as president governing board is composedof l Mr. Sligh has quite an establish gist of the story is fresh in, made each of them famous.
the minds of all, but for those who I Finally, after many years, when
The meeting was enthusiastic the following: ment at his Lake Hdden place where have not read the book the following I Sapho had lost the charm of her you have a really desirable houseor
r throughout, and it is expected that Col. E. P. Woodbury, the Ridge. these operations are being carried on. 'will give a short outline of the story.I youth, came Jean Gaussin, and at apartment to rent, your Sentinel
before long the membership will include wood, Daytona.H. He employs seventy-five men, and his Fanny Legrand is a creature of circumstances their first meeting at a bal masque, want ad. will constitute good news to ,
the majority of the hotel men D. Saxton, the Bellevue. Bellaire,, farm presents a busy and interestingscene. having been picked out the real story begins. some anxious people in this city.
of the is vividly .
balance
of the gutter by a sculptor who used The story
of the state. Florida ranks among H. F. Urmey, the San Carlos, Mi. her as the model for the famous portrayed in the picture and is a les
f the leading hotel states of the' Union. ami. statue, "Sapho." Then the sculptorleft son to all.Managers. Sentinel want advertising intro-
t there being fifty-three licensed hotels I SEED! SEED! SEED! her, and she was taken up by Brittain and Kent have duces you to your possible buyersifyou
: in the city of Jacksonville alone. the Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Gournerie, the rhymester. The next gone to considerable expense to give have property to sell.MMillllllllllMi .
Try Sentinel Job
Department. Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-if of her famous associates was Dech-f j this picture to the patrons of their

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