The morning sentinel
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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 7, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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






Band Plays Patriotic Airs as Rioters Bishop Morrison and Presiding Elder Bond Trustees Resene Decision on Is Swamped With Invitations to Visit

: WITH LARGE E NUMBER[R Seize and Disarm Guards :I Sibert Will Be Present for i! Sale Pending Investigationof All Sections But Can Xot BY LARGE t MORITY{

on Duty j I First Service I Certain Bids Accept All
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JOHNSON GETS APPLAUSEAT Fort Smith, Ark., April 6.-Spe- The first services in the handsome !! Although several bids were made Washington, April 6.-In a short RETURNS ARE SLOW BUT

BOARD MEETING cial-A mob of 1-500 took posses new Methodist church will be held j for the city paving bond issue of time the state of Florida is going to FIRST FIGURES POINTTO

WHEN HE DECLARES sion of the Mammoth Vein Coal com- noxt Sunday, and the stewards of the ,I $100,000, the bond trustees, who ;see a real live vicepresidentthemost

pany's mine, near Midland, today, and church will hold a meeting tonight to I opened the bids at 12 o'clock. noon, lively specimen of the vice-pres- A GREAT

FOR IT after disarming two guards drew the make preparations for that meeting. yesterday, failed to accept any of the idential species out of captivity. VICTORY

fires from the boilers and nailed the Bishop H. C. Morrison and Presid- bids. Decision was reserved until Florida does not often have the op-

American flag to the top of the tipple ing Elder J. D. Sibert have been invited further information could be obtained portunity of feasting its eyes on a

TO B BE[ READY BY NEXT WINTER and marched away led by a band" and are expected to take partin concerning certain bids that were en- political big gun who plays a star l LONG N AllOT RETARDS THE COUNT
> tho "Star Banner.
playing Spangled the sennet. The formal programin tered. role in the theater of national poli-

The Mammoth company today began the services. The formal program Chairman E. G. Duckworth of the tics. The reason for this is 'that

IN ALL PROBABILITY WITH THE operating under the "open shop" will be announced later. board opened the bids. Mr. J. T. Florida is so lop-sided politically that MAJORITY FOR UNDERWOOD IS
policy. It is the first mine to abrogate the board the leaders of both parties find it
BOARD OF TRADE BACKING The church will not be dedicated Hendricks, secretary of ESTIMATED AT BETWEEN
IMOVEMENT AND CITY its wage contract with the miners 'I until some time later. It has been made notes of the bids as they were profitless to go down there in quest of
!the desire of tho members to have opened. Mr. Dave Lockhart, the oth- votes.

COMMISSIONERS IN- i the first service in the new edifice on er trustee, was not present. Vice-President Marshall, however, THOUSAND WITH VERY

CLINED TO HELP Easter and their friends will has accepted an invitation to spend HEAVY VOTE
Sunday, Messrs. LeRoy B. Giles and EdwinW.
CHEWING[ T TOBACCO IS rejoice with them that circumstances Davis, representing Cutter, May the latter part of this month in Flor-

Large oaks from little acorns grow, NOT ffiISON'S KIND have operated so favorably that this & Co., of Chicago, were present in ida, and the Floridians are simply Birmingham, Ala., April 6.-Spe-(

which is but another.way of saying I wish will be gratified.The the interest of their clients, who sub- turning everything upside down in cial.-Underwood was nominated
their to enter-
making preparations
that small beginnings sometimes pro- building has not been com- mitted a bid. Cutter, May & Co. United States senator from Alabamaover
tain him. There is indication
duce big results.It Wizard About to End Vacation Be-:pleted in some of the minor details, purchased the recent issue of school that the proverbial every"Southern hospitality" Captain Richmond P. Hobson to-
begins to look as if the openingof but in the main it is complete and bonds. day by a majority estimated at be-
cause.His Supply of Quids will outdo itself while the
a room for the tourists to meet in I will be entirely comfortable and in all Mr. F. C. Hoehler, of the firm of tween 20000 and 40,000.
Is Growing Short vice-president is in the "Land of
and while away some of their idle essentials ready for the opening. Hoehler & Cummins, of Toledo, was Flowers." Reports from the polls are slow,
time will lead' to the erection in Or- but his firm had not submit-
I present, He goes under the auspices of the owing to the extremely long ballot,
{ lando of a buildtog for public pur- West Orange, N. J., April 6.-Although ted a bid.Other State Press association and will take which is retarding the counting.

poses, in which, the Board of Trade, he had written to the heads )TO CONNECT O ORLANDO WITH bidders were Sidney Spitzer his departure from the national cap- Underwood, according t.o.an. early

the Civic League' and other such or- of departments at his works here that & Co.. of Toledo; A. J. Hood & Co., ital on April 21st. The prospect is report, carried Birmingham and this

ganizations will have a home. ht would be home on Sunday, Thomas I MONTREAL TO MIAMI ROAD of Detroit, and the State Bank of that he will spend at least a week in county by two to one, or more.
The subject was brought at the A. Edison has been prevailed
up upon I Orlando. Florida. He will address the newspa- It is estimated that 16,000 votes
Board of Trade meeting last night by his wife to remain at their home
It was required that a certified per men from all over the state, will were polled in this county, the largestvote
when Secretary C. E. Howard reada at Fort Myers, Fla., until April 16. Representatives From Geneva Boardof in
check of $2,500 accompany all bids. ride on one of the Everglades canals its history.One .
report on the, progress made in the "The missus just won't let me get Trade Appear Before Orlando
Hood & Co. failed to send a check. and will take a trip on the wonderful early report from Sumter
of securing an appropriationfrom back to work," the inventor wrote.
way Board' for Aid The bond trustees will probably railroad built over water at the Flor- county, in Hobson's own congressional
the Carnegie fund for a public Lack of work is not all that annoys -
announce their award in the course ida keys. district which he represented in
library. The report in question wentno Mr. Edison. He can't get the kind
An admirable I of a day or two. He will be the guest of the Jack- congress for the past several ,
further than to tell the terms of tobacco that he wants in Florida, spirit of progresswas years
sonville board of trade in that city states Underwood carried it two
upon which the appropriation mightbe so he has written to his private sec- demonstrated at Monday night'smeeting I
from 1 o'clock until 9:30 .
whena p. m. p. m. to one.REBELS
secured, the city being required to retary to "get some of that chewing] of the Board of Trade
the afternoon and of
appropriate so much for the mainte- tobacco from 'Red Kelly' in building'r delegation from the Geneva Boardof 22n5.
The remainder of his time will
of the and Mr. Carne- 18 and send it down to in Trade appeared and solicited the ,
nance library me a
EXPECTED TO B BE[ GENERAL be controlled by the State Press asso-
gie allowing ten times as much up to .,hurry." assistance of the Orlando board in I ciation, whose guest he will be. [ PLAN TO ATTACK fiVE
a certain figure.Mr. He also sends his compliments to completing a stretch of road which i
Since it learned that he intended
would connect this city with the fam- TIME
Red he knows good chew.
Howard suggested in this con-
ous Montreal-to-Miami highway. New Orleans Delegation in CongressWill to go to Florida he has been
nection that the city might erect a 'I swamped with invitations. W. B. -
Wait for
at Lake Eola to be used Those in the party were Messrs.C. Oppositionto
building as BOARD OF TRADE ADDS MANY Halderman, the well known newspa- Will Not Allow Concentration
A. Raulerson, J. F. Allison. D. W. Crystallize of Fed-
a library and recreation room. NEW MEMBERS TO LIST per proprietor of Louisville, Ky., invited -
Adams, A. H. Spier, M. E. Dooley erals Again as They
Mayor Sperry said it was his understanding the vice-president to visit him
that all games were The membership committee of the J. P. Musselwhite, Donald Whitcomb, Washington, April 6.--Special.-( ) at his winter home at Naples, Fla. Did at Torreon
barred from the Carnegie library,and Frank Sutton and T. W. Geiger. The The Louisiana congressional
Board of Trade, of which Mr. S. S. delega- The invitation has been declined. W.

# Mr. James L. Giles said that it wouldbe Griffin is chairman, gave a good ac proposition was presented by Mr. tion today voted to delay official pro- 0. Gandy, a former Indianian, asked El Paso, Tex., April .-(Special)
impractical to combine the two, count of its activities at last night's I Dooley, secretary of the Geneva test to the reserve organization board him to attend a barbecue at Wauchu- -Simultaneous attacks will be made

in any event, for when people went session, and :reported thirty-two I board. against the selection of Dallas as a la. which also was declined. Other by the constitutionalist armies on five

to a library to read they wished to be names for membership, which were ,! Mr. Dooley said that the South- reserve center. The New Orleans invitations came from the board of of the most important federal cities

quiet, and in the tourist room the voted upon and unanimously elected. I I,I mere Fruit & Farms company had delegation is awaiting the crystallizing trade of Fort Myers, the mayor of during the next six weeks. The citiesare

visitors wanted b be free and easy Mr. Griffin and his committee were I entered into an agreement with the of opposition throughout the Tallahassee, the Miami board of trade, Saltillo, Monterey. Tampico, San

y and make as much noise as they hap- thanked by President Seth Woodrufffor i Geneva board to construct a road country against the selections gen- the Hillsborough County Bar associa- Luis Potosi, and Zacatecas.The .

pened to feel inclined to indulge in. their good work, and were urgedto from a point on the Indian river at erally. tion, the Fort Meade board of trade, hope is to prevent the federals

From this the discussion became keep it up. The following names :Mims if the Geneva board would build The Maryland members are being the St. Augustine chamber of commerce from concentrating any large numberat

general, with the result that a committee were enrolled: the connecting link on this side, which urged by financial leaders of Balti- the mayor of Miami, the mayor any one point as they did at Tor-

was appointed to thresh the W. W. Rose, J. E. Crawford, A. would start at a point some twenty- more to make official protest againstthe and board of trade of West Palm reon.

matter out to see if a stock company Nathan, W. E. Gore, T. L. Payne, C. three miles from Orlando, just beyond designation of Richmond. Va.; as Beach, and from numerous citizens of General Gutierrez, commander in

could not be organized to erect a A. Boone, C. Kennison, Ben Lawton,I l Oviedo. The land company had a reserve city. This delegation has Savannah, Ga., who want the vice- chief of the constitutionalist force in

building for all the public bodies and Frank Gordon. W. P. Furgas, H. B. completed seven miles of hard road, laid its protests before Secretary Mc- president to stop in that city on his the central division of Mexico, said

possibly some of the fraternal ordersto Rodgers, W. H. Brokaw, J. H. Dean, sixty feet wide, he said, and were Adoo. way to Florida. today, after he had conferred with

use for meetings. Mr. H. L Bee- C. P. Dickinson, W. A. Slauter, W. H. under agreement to build six miles President Approves Locations The vice-president has written to Carranza and General Natera, com-

man told of the .difficulties that the Smith, W. M. Dean, Caruthers & more. The Geneva people are goingto Washington, April Although those who are flooding him with invi- mander in chief of the constitutionalist -

Junior Civic League, of which Mrs. Gore, John A. Abberger, Orland Hotel undertake to build five miles of stating specifically that selection of tations that, since he is to be the force in Zacatecas, that he had

Beeman was chairman, had been having H. Montgomery Smith, R. M. hard road, and they represented that the twelve regional reserve cities had guest of the State Press association, been ordered to lead the troops which

in securing a meeting place. The Bennett, W. C. McLean, W. M. Slem- the road from Oviedo to Orlando was been none of his business and that he he -can not accept invitations that will assault San Luis Potosi.

committee is composed of Messrs. ons, Phil Siemens, E. S. Keyes. W. H. already a fairly good road, and if the had refrained from making any sug- might interfere with the itinerary and Natera will take charge of the attack -

Beeman. Bradshaw, Sperry, Dickson Eaton, Hammond & Gore, Pure Food road under consideration is built'' it gestions, President Wilson today gave program which that association desires to be made on Zacatecas, the

and Griffin. Store, C. D. Chadwick, F. J. Terry, I will give Orlando people an open his unqualified approval to the choices I to put into effect, and he has state capital, and Villa, with his com-
After tho appointment of the com- S. H. Kilgore. :road to the coast of forty-six tiles announced by the organization com- I suggested to those who wish to enter- bined forces, will have charge of the

mittee, Mr. S. A. Johnson, one of the 'II' in length, much shorter than any mittee of the federal reserve board. :, tain him that they get in communication attacks at Saltillo, Monterey and

city commimssioners, arose and askedif HOME RULE BILL PASSES SECOND route which they now have. The president said he knew the or- with Col. T. J. Appleyard, secretary Tampico.

the committee expected to make READING I The road would tap the John An- ganization committee had fairly con- of the association. At Jackson-

any provision for the city commis-! I:derson highway at Mims. five miles sidered the facts upon which their ville he will stop at the Aragon ho- Rebels Gain Advantage at Tampico

sioners in the proposed bulding. The i! London, April 6.-(Special)-The :'north of Titusville. The Geneva rep- choices were based and he knew they tel, of which William Foor. a former Vera Cruz, April 6.-Special.-(

serio-comic manner in which the i Irish home rule bill passed its second resentatives said that the cost of the acted upon their sympathy of the Indianapolis hotel man, is proprietor.The Daily skirmishes are being fought at
query was put caused the house to I {j'road I which is happy as a
had vice-president
t reading in the house of commons tonight they to actual conditions of financial ex- Tampico. Many are reported to have
take notice, and Mr. Johnson contin-I i by a vote of 356 to 276. I build would be $2,500, and that two- change and lending. The president school boy in anticipation of his trip. been killed yesterday on both sides

ued by saying: I I ,l thirds of the amount had been ) had said he believed the organiza- when the federals were forced to retreat -

t "Mr. President, I am glad to seethe i '' pledged by subscribers at Geneva. I! tion of the twelve banks would make CONTROVERSY OVER AUTOMOBILE to trenches. Private advicessay
Board of Trade take this matterup. ;Zing Monday night will bear material They had presented the matter to the a solid structure. IN COUNTY COURTAn the rebels have driven off most of

We need just such a building as results. I:Kissimmee board of'trade and intended I' Mr. Wilson is still considering elig- the cattle in the federal stockade,

you have been talking about, and we 1 The secretary was instructed to to secure also the co-operation of ibles for the federal board, but has interesting controversy over bringing about a shortage of meat
need it badly. :write a letter of thanks to Mr. J. B. the Oviedo and I'
Sanford people. made selections. the possession of an automobile took and milk, and other articles are sell-
"I believe I speak for the two other ;I Magruder for his generosity in allow- j I I I Mr. James L. Giles moved that the no place in a trial before Judge Wm. ing at fabulous prices. The water-

:3 commissioners as well as myself. for;, ing the board to open the room for' enterprise be endorsed by the Orlando I Martin yesterday and a jury of six. supply has been cut off for several

I we have been talking' between our- | the tourists, and a vote of thanks was board, and that a committee be namedto JAPAN MADE MISTAKE TO RECOGNIZE The style of the case was S. G. Do- days.
selves of this very thing, when I extended to Messrs. Lord & Brad- HUERTA
raise $500 to assist in the construc-i live vs. W. 0. Hall, and the machine
that the commission will do all in its shaw H. L .
Beeman and C. E. How- in'
tion' of the road. President Woodruff dispute was a No. 10 Buick, knownas ARKANSAS PROHIBITION LAWIS
power to co-operate with you and ard for allowing the board to meetin named the committee to be composedof f El Paso, Tex., April 6.Special.That ( .) the original Beacham car. It appears UPHELD

have" this building ready for next win- their respective offices during the Messrs. J. H. Reese, C. D. Christ ;' the Japanese government that Mr. Dolive had obtained

ter. past. The board met last night in and Charles Lord. through the commander of the Japanese judgment against the car to satisfya Little Rock. Ark., April 6.-Spe-

Mr. J Johnson's remarks were greeted the council chamber, with a full house Mr. Dooley invited the committeeto I warship "Idzumo," had admit- claim against Mr. Hall, when Mr. cial)-The supreme court of Arkansas -

with applause. A number of the present. and will continue to use the make : ted to the constitutionalist officialsin Peter Lawson asserted claim to the today handed down a decision upholding -
a trip over the road
members in at some
joined voicing the needs room as a meeting place. Chairs that time in the future Altata that in the recognition of car, alleging that he had bought it the constitutionality of the
for such a building. The success have been in the tourist room will the Orlando and Kissimmee and suggestedthat the Huerta government the Japanese from tho San Juan garage. The mat- state prohibition law. The state must

which has attended the open house be'removed to the chamber to accommodate mittees make the at the com- ( government made a mistake by the ter was rather complicated, and after now go dry unless an appeal to the
for tourists Pine street has dem- trip same
on the
increased attendance time. influence of diplomatic officers, and hearing several witnesses the jury retired United States supreme court can pre-
onstrated that such a gathering place which is expected with the renewed I|| that recognition may be withdrawn and brought in a verdict to the vent it.
i is much in demand and the fact that interest
board which is becom-
in favor of the constitutionalist gov- effect that both Mr. Lawson and Mr.
the Board of Trade has no home, and ing apparent. i THE WEATHER II
I ernment, is the substance of a report Hall had interest in the car. This BASEBALL RESULTS
that various other organizations have Thanks were voted to the Orlando
I sent by Carranza today. verdict was not satisfactory to the South Atlantic League
to lead a pillar to post existence, accentuated Light and Water company for free Florida: Local rains Tuesday and court and the jury was sent back. but Columbia 6, Augusta, 4.

this need in such a way |ights at the tourist room and to the Wednesday, except fair Tuesday in Talk about bargains-Curtis & failed to reach a verdict the second Jacksonville 5, Albany 2.
i that it U entirely probable that the ectricians who did the wiring with- extreme northwest O'Neal will 4 ten time and the
portion; colder give you cent silk case was declared a Savannah 5, Charleston 0.
movement inaugurated at the meet- o charge. Wednesday in northwest portion. tissue toilet paper for 25 cents. mistrial Columbus 3, Macon 0.

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u OLIVEOIL GARDEN Read this Column j Today

} Goods advertised in this column are
t W are amour the largest d alen in SEED at Special prices and this talc U only Seven Eig' Reels
pan imported Olin Oil ia Uu section for a limited time.
Wt import only the beat ail thronih ..Don't delay planting your garden Violet Ammonia (25e size), special ISe.Thii .
;; our broker in New York. We sell Now 1s the time and car store the ii a delightful adjunct to the
J{> this Oil under fall (IIarutee.. place to buy your seed.LIVINGSTON bath. Try one bottle under oar mir- PERILS OF
: 1.% Pints .......................I .!S antee. "THE PAULINE1"
. Pints ... ... ................. .5. Fell Naptha Soap I ban for ....%St.
{ Qaarta ... ... ... ............ 1-00 IMP. TOhefJ Soap I ban for .........28c. Three reels featuring Pearl White and Crane Wilbur. A
Special prices OR larger qnantitiea. Life Bony Soap. C ban for .....27e. mystery
i MATO SEED, $2.25 per lb. Fairy Soap C ban for .......28e.. I story running as a serial in all the Hearst papers. '
1 Country Gentlemen Corn ...1.00 plu Lava Soap, ( ban for ............27c
<' Castile Soap Stowe '. Ererrrttn .......$1.00 pk. Grandpa' Tar Soap f ban for .27e.
(." Florida Favorite Melon Seed. Four other Reels
,: Alabama Sweet Melon Seed. Delaney'i Hard Water Soap, 3 Special
A Tom Watson Melon Seed. I Cakes for ......... ........jfc.
Castile Soap Ib .21e.
Fore Imported
Rattlesnake Melon
3' Georgia Seed.
'p:{ Mottled Castile Soap. Ib .........21e. Rockeyford Cantelonpe Melon Seed. I I Music by a *"regular" orchestra of six pieces,"Light Cavelry,"
One pound of this Soap makes about
' 4 ten-cent cakes. DISTILLED EXTRACT Moth Destroyers : : overture while advertisements are being shown, by the entire

'to ------- Moth Balls 3 Ibs for ...........25c.. 4 4 | orchestra, assisted by Prof. Wade at the pipe organ. Music during -
.:; WITCH HAZEL Lavender Comp box ...........ISc. 4l'
Sunflower Seed Cedar Molhahne, box ...........ic. : l the entire performance.
-' This is a good remedy for cuts
bruises and mosquito bites. Pint bottle We guarantee these to keep your ',
l A good leed for chickens Ib ...lOc. ..... ... ... ... ... ... ...25c. clothes from moths.Perfume t
,{ ,, All at 5 and O Cents

; I Initial Paper SHIVAR GINGER ALE Sale, Etc. : .

, This ringer ale is one of the best I 3:30 5:30Night
'i.. We are closing out this stock at ridiculously en the market. It is made with the Carnation Extract (25c. bottle)...21e. I Matinee to
low prices. famous Shirar mineral water at Crab Apl Extract (%:ic. bottle)..2k. : :
. 50c value for ...................3Sc. Shelton, S. C and is not only excellent I Japanese Honey Suckle (23c. bottle) ... .'
4 Highland Plaid Paper %:ic. value..2k. the kidneys for the also.stomach We but can good sell you for I ............... ... ... ... .21c. 7:00 to 10R
> Field hire Linen 25c. value .....21c. any quantity of this ale. By the dozen t Field Violet Ext (Z5e bottle).....19c.
J Paradise Lawn 25e. value .....19c. or case. Single bottle pint size..lie. Whisk Brooms (ZIC value) .....19c. '
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Per Dozen .. .... $I.lO I ,.
4-' Tooth Brushes (Z5e value) .....19c. t III .. II e I1I1II G' o. e t "H<<""' "" et "- '.ti4--L1.1pra.t'.t'1""" :. t.o at. Ii"
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ri Partial I List MinerD. Tooth Brushes (50c value).. ...42c.
C. COLD CAPSULES Soap Boxes (tic value)..........Ige.
Colgate Violet Talc ...........13c.:
:] al Waters If the change I in the weather has Colgate's Cashmere Coquet ....,..15c.Mcnncns .
1'< given yon a cold it will surprise you Talcum .. For
t. 13C. Economy and Purchase Power
;, I to see such prompt relief from the Violet Talcum .. .,::::::::::::I5c. .
[f.' use of D. C. Capsules for cold in the l. ...... .
Vichy Water. head. Pritt.., ... ...I.e. \ old Talcnmm ( ) 0....21c.Toilet of '"
r Buffalo Lithia Water. R your money, 'Try 'Vright's"Farm.
k Hariis Spring Water.
!. Abilena Water. 7590 I Paper .
y. Pinto Water. -

White Rock Water. s This is a prescription fir earalliahldorf Big Se value) 3 rolls ... .. Is it Citrus land of Quality
AppolUnaris Water. and nenons headaches especially recommended for.... ... ... ... ... ....25c.: C
t Apcnta Water.Rnbinot in cases of headache tausSc"U' Tissue, 3Rolls for........%5e.I. .
I.? ed from over- abnr or nervousness. Palmetto (lOe.) 3 rolls for .....25c. The picture will tell the story,
bf. Water. Contains no> opiates or habit-forming Fcrmaldthjde and Sulphur Furai-

I: Poland Veronica Water.Water. f back.drugs. Price If net....relieved.?......your......money.23c. raton Tissue.Towels .25c.Scott's iec.. "Yes," Price tells the Bargain.


Door lOc Store ORLANDO, FLORIDA -V; 40 Acres under fence, 200 good orange

.'iJ N \&TIICNT trees, two story house, barn,

t akw R>A1.TY fc SEED CO N< best of water, three lakes. Snap .
ROLLINS COLLEGE I The joint meeting of the Y. W. C.
II plete knowledge of the various as- R FOR REAL L f Ml.
I A. and Y. M. C. A. on Wednesday pects of the question. Mrs. Fergusbn bargain sale
The contest for the gold medal of-;
; evening was addressed by Mrs. Green, Miss Holmes, and Prof. Black-
fered by President Blackman for excellence -I j a traveler of wide experience, who is man acted as judges, and were unani-

in public speaking was held : spending the winter at the New Sem- mous in awarding the decision to the

on Tuesday evening in the auditorium 1| inole, and who has on other occasions negative by small margin.

before a large and interested audi- ;, graciously shared with others her interesting 1 88? II I'IIIIIII'I'I'I' ': ': ; ::::: :::ii:; :: ::!:iMHSMiSUiHaiHnBHHH'4'b44 l0 *
With this contest was combined -;
ence. experiences in various partsof FOR SALE OR TRADE K
the contest under the auspices ; Two high-grade young Jerseys that
2 of the intercollegiate temperance [ the world. Her particular sub- are native milch cows. Free milk- & Trust Co
Orlando Bank
ject on this occasion was Egypt, and ers and perfectly gentle.
forces that the subjects of the i
it is. safe to say that not many of One 8-year-old horse. Works sin-
orations ,were chosen on some phase) those who heard her failed of going gle or double and an extra good one At the Close of Business March 27, 1914
of the liquor problem, and the win- j under the saddle. Not afraid of t
with increased
away an knowledgeand train auto.
of the contest, in addition to receiving '
interest in this historic land. It One light, two-horse wagon har RESOURCES .
the gold medal, will also rep
--: resent Rollins in the state contest,!1 was one of Jhe most interesting addresses ness.One light top buggy and harness Loans and Discounts . . . . .$375,648.96

the ,winner of which will representthe i given this year. good as new. Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1159.31

state in the interstate and nationai -I|I On Thursday evening a semi-public Will sell at a bargain for cash or Stocks and bonds . . . . .. 26,018.33
contests. I I'debate i was held between the two first anything class of security.equal value.W. Will. trade for Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . 26,437.37

All the orations presented showed''teams: of the first class in college H. GRAESER Cash on hand and in banks . . . 428,721.62

careful preparation and an intelligent; English, the subject being, "Resolved, I Formosa Post Office
I That American coastwise Iwk.
I shipping $858,285.59
grasp of the question treated, and the I
|should pass through the Panama Canal -
contestants matched
were very evenly LIABILITIES
1 free from tolls." The team which NOTICE .
in respect to delivery, so that the the affirmative consisted of Capital stock . . . . . . .$100,000.00
upheld Change of Schedule Clyde St.
judges had a very difficult task to;jF. L Froemke, Miss Maud Enlow, Johns River SteamersUntil Surplus and undivided profits . . 32,628.51Due
select the winner. Miss :Maud
Enlow, and Paul L Thoren, while A. J., further notice the steamersof to Banks . . . . . . 230.00
the first the sub-
: "The speaker Saloon, spoke on Freedom White, Miss Sara Yancey, and R, W. this line will leave Sanford at Re-Discounts . . . . . . None

ject, versus ; Greene argued for the negative. The 11:30 o'clock a. m. Bill Payable . . . . . . . None '
her argument being that the saloon

destroyed those inalienable rights debate showed thorough preparation, N. M. TUPPER, Supt.J. Deposits . . . . . . . 725,427.05
: and was well delivered; those who B. CALDER, AgentSanford
guaranteed by the constitution. Mr.
heard it gained a new and more com Fla., March 26, 1914. "
D. M. Marvin followed with a clear I $858,285.59

and forceful presentation of "The 1;

Relation of the Modern Army to the t tlll"IIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'ORlAN Deposits March 4, 1914 '. .$649,484.91

a Canteen," which proved conclusively Deposits March 27, 1914 725,427.05
4 the advantages brought to the soldier\:

by the abolishment of this institu- : Increase in 23 days 75,942.14

tion. Mr. R. W. Greene gave a more,I: O 'N A"INGION" Deposits, March 27, 1913 591,149.61

T t general survey of the progress of the 11 t Deposits, March 27, 1914 725,427.05 .
prohibition movement under the title, :

L "The Forward Movement," and Miss : Increase over last year . . . . 134,277.44 +
Clella Avery ended the evening by I': DRAWING ROOM
her oration on "Temperance and M. M. SMITH, Pre f1er.t' .
4 sonal Responsibility." While Per-I']: SLEEPING CARVIA W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier

judges retired to consider their verdict -\ Directors

the Glee Club sang a number of I
their popular numbers, adding not a )(. M. Smith, W. M. Davis, E. H. McXeill
R. L. Hyer, James A. Knox, H. L. Beeman,
little to the pleasure of the evening. ATLLNTIC L. B. Long, J. W. Jackson T. H. Evans,
Mrs. Gibbs acted as chairman for the L COAST T LINE[ D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs.

judges, and she announced the ver IHt IIIi8tlM
: dict in favor of Miss Avery. With

Mrs. Gibbs Mr. Mansfield and Col.

4 Reed kindly served as judges of the OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M. FOR SALE-At a bargain, if taken f
contest. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES at once: One two-chair barber Dr. BucKmasterOsteopathic

A pleasant variety was given to the AND DO ALL KINDS OF shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203 /;
evening by the opening violin solo by Boone street, doing good business; i
Miss Wallace who played superbly Tueflays Saturaays OPTICAL REPAIRING 10 acres good land just outside city PhysicianI
as J afl n J JFOR limits, 125 bearing orange trees,
. I usual the Ganzonetta of d'Ambrosio, grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines, 132 Orange Avenue
accompanied on the piano by Mrs. ',+ and two large pecan trees; four room
Berkeley Blackman. Miss Irene Tho- 5'" house, new barn, good horse and rig, Next door to People's Bank,
RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON N farming implements. This place is
r ren also sang two charming songs, I located near Clear lake. Owner wants up-stairs. Acute and chronto
Fontenailles and W., R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent Telephone 71.
"Obstination, by 1 to sell on account of health. Address diseases treatedTelephone
"The Joy of Spring," by Hawley.I W. 'D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at

Thus the event was one of pleasure'' ORLANDO, FLA. DR. L H. RAMSDELL 203 Boone street. 3-26-10t 578.
a and profit to the audience as well as
George R. Wright Passenger Agent Orlando.J. .
to those who took such a creditable ICE
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William LOOKS Mickler fOR Asks COLLEAGUES if There[ Is Uneeda vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness.Nourishment-fine. Biscuit fla pouring daily Washington as with a in result upon advice, April of Secretary and the 3.Packagesloaded "cures"recent Bryan pub-are : ::1 DEMONSTRATED[ [ FREE[ [ All WK[ [ I : :

Another Member of Memorable .
All lication of some wag's statement that I .1
l l
Body Living .:2
for cents in the the secretary's voice had become im
5 I:::
moisture-proof paired. Mr. Bryan decided today that NOW CsT:
William Mickler, 77 years old, who package.
the joke had gone far enough, and .
has been a life long resident of St. .
formally denied there was anything,
Augustine, is the only living man .
wrong with his vocal organs. .
who was a member of the Florida

legislature when the state seceded
drY Sillicus "The fellow who objectsto
from the Union. At least he thinkshe r
hard work should marry an heir
is, and has asked the Florida Metropolis MAXWELL
T that' is HOUSE
/ G d ess. Cynicus-"Even pretty
to ascertain if any other is hard work sometimes."

living who went through those trying
times with him.
On Monday evening the new annex :
Mr. Mickler was representing St. to the Presbyterian church in Lake

Johns county at the time of secessionand BLEND
City was dedicated. COFFEE
served only the one term. During

the war between the states he .
was a member of Captain William PATENT .1 I.1I

! Cone's company in Scott's battalion. thin, tender- Notice is hereby given that on the 28th day The World's Best :
He served through the war as a cor- of April, 1914 the undersigned whose names
with a delightful flavor are subscribed will make application to the
poral. He was first appointed a.lieu of
Honorable Park M. Trammell. Governor u.
tenant in the artillery, but went'to -appropriate for lunch- the State of Florida at his office in Tallahassee ..
Florida for Letters Patent for an incorporation o.
Cuba upon a mission, and upon his eon, tea and dinner. not for profit organized under .11
10 cnts.CRAHAM. Chapter 5958 of the Laws of the State of O.
return enlisted again as a private.He .
Florida upon the articles of incorporation
participated in the battle of Olus- hereinafter set forth. Ladies and Gentlemen
J. H. ROSS. : are cordially : :
tee, the bloodiest encounter fought B. L. HAMNER.L. I .

planting upon Florida of torpedoes soil, and in the aided St.in Johns the FLORIDA The name GROWERS'of ARTICLE this corporation AND I.B. SKINNER.shall SHIPPERS-be the i: invited to call in and sample this .

river as a protection against the fed- LEAGUE. .

eral gunboats.Mr. ARTICLE IL .
The purpose for which said corporation is FAMOUS COFFEE
Mickler remembers the scenes formed shall be the mutual co-operation of :

at the state capitol during secession its members for the purpose of advancingand .
protecting their interests as growers
days vividly. The most vehement shippers and marketers of Florida agricultural AT :
products of all kinWi.ARTICLE ,.
opponent of secession, he says, was IIL I ,.
Colonel George T. Ward, who was The place where its principal business shall
be transacted shall be in the City of Orlando

then the representing spirited argument Leon county.words were During Crisp food, for tasty every and day. Orange The term County for ARTICLE Florida.which said IV.corporation shall I I The Y Dwell. Duckwortll Co : i

passed, declares Mr. Mickler, betweenCol. exist shall be fifty years from the date of the
strengthening. Fresh issuance of its Letters Patent.
Ward and Judge Mcintosh, an ARTICLE V. :
advocate of secession, which caused baked and fresh de The number of directors of said corporation
shall be Nine, but the Board of Directorsby
Ward to toss his glove at the feet of livered. 10 cents. a two-thirds vote of the members presentat DEPARTMENT STORE :
any regular or special meeting may increase
the judge. Further trouble was avert or decrease the number of said directors I ,.
ed when friends counselled McIntosh provided that the number of such I I ,..
directors shall never be less than three. The I ,
to 'leave the glove,lay untouched. Board of Directors shall be elected at the : Cloak and Suit
When Ward's constituents prevailed annual meeting of the members of this cor- Department, Second Floor :
poration to be held on the first Wednesdayof .'
upon him, he terminated his opposition May of each year but the Board of Directors : :
change the 'date of annual t:
may any
to the secession plan, and while
meeting so as to make it contemporaneouswith .' II.r"'IIIClt"O'tllt IIII"tellltIIIOOIOIIIIIlall""IIIIII"II'IIII
he was the last to sign the declaration the annual meeting of the Florida State t..III..I.I. iHUHietmsiHnncitflimiidmHeonMmimTo
Horticultural Society, by giving ten days
he was one of the first to enlistin notice thereof to all of the members.
The Board of Directors at its first meeting I I --- --- -
the army of the Confederacy. He shall divide the State of Florida into three ...
was killed early in the war. districts, and no more than three directors I THE WEST :
shall be elected from any one of said dis-ITo .I.ttGllltl."I."I.I.'I'I'I."I"i
Mr. Mickler was one of four brothers tricts. The Board of Directors at its first I VIA
who enlisted in the ranks of the meeting and at its first meeting after each i

South,lives the for other the land three they sacrificingtheir loved. Buy biscuit baked by power dents.annual themselves to and election appoint a the President Board a shall Secretary shall and select two also and from Vice-Presi-1 to among designate I I! SEMINOLE LI L I M IT ED'Lv I x t

Despite the fact that he has exceeded NATIONAL a bank as Treasurer of said corporation ; Orlando -______________ 3:13 pm : ORLANDO
and it shall also have the to ;
his allotted three score years BISCUIT a General Manager and power prescribe his !Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm I i
powers and duties. At the first annual meet Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. L. 9:00 pm
and ten, Mr. Mickler is still active at
;COMPANY: ing three directors shall be elected for one Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm
his chosen profession, that of a civil year three directors shall be elected for two Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am
shall be elected for
and three directors
engineer, and only recently completeda Always look for that name three years yars, and thereafter at the annual Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am Co.I I I
large surveying contract for Dr. W.M. election directors shall be elected to fill the Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am Water & Light
t offices of those three directors whose terms Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
Stinson, of this city, who is alsoan have expired.
J The names and residences of the directorsof Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 amr
extensive land owner in St. Johns said corporation selected for the first year Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 p
county."I and until their successors shall be elected, Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm
HOTEL FOR LEASEWe and have accepted said office, shall be: ,Ar Jackson Tenn. I. C.____ 7:46
feel as young as I did twenty- L. B. Skinner Dunedin Florida.J. pm
have a 75-room house on Lake H. Ross Winter Haven Florida.J. ;Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm
five declares Mr. Mickler
years ago, Erie, just 12 miles from Cleveland on C. Chase Jacksonville, Florida.IL Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm ElectricityGas
and that he speaks the truth has been hard surface roads and trolley line. E.C. Heitman Schrader, Fort Jacksonville Myers ,Florida.B. Florida.H. :Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am

attested by a number of younger men Abundance of traffic and last year L. Hamner. Tampa, Florida.H. Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:05 am
who have attempted to follow his which was the first, was decidedly J. Drane, Lakeland, Florida.W. .
successful under the management of C. Temple, Winter Park Florida.J. Ar Centralia, IlL, I. C. _____ 1:38 am j Water
pace in walking about over rough the owner, who now has other business R.WITNESS Davis. Bartow.WHEREOF Florida.IN the. subscribershave Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:30 am Ice ; ;

land in surveying work. to take all his time. House is hereunto set their hands and seals on Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 mAr
He attributes his splendid physical newly furnished, has electricity and this the 30th day of March 1914.J. ': Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am
IL ROSS (Seal!). ,Ar 111. I. C._______
condition to the fact that he has conveniences, bath houses, garage. B. L. HAMNER (Seal). Chicago, 7:50 am
Reasonable leasing privileges can be L. B. SKINNER (Seal). Office No. 18 West Central Ave.
most of his life in the
r spent open. I Solid Through Trains-Composed of
arranged. Address Palmer and Palmer J. C. CHASE (Seal)
Mrs. Mickler enjoys the same good Atlantic National Bank Building,, H. C. SCHRADER (Seal). observation, compartment, drawing-
H. J. DRANE (Seal). room, section, sleeping cars, and fee
health as her husband, whose help- Florida. w&s. J. R. DAVIS (Seal). reclining chair cars, between Jackson-
> H. C. HEITMAN (Seal).
meet she has been for forty-five
ville and
and Jacksonville
W. C. TEMPLE (Seal).
years. He never took more than a LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN State of Florida rand St. Louis. All meals in dining Telephone No.6.

half dozen doses of medicine in his Orange County. car.
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or Before me, the undersigned authority personally
"News" automobilesfor appeared W. C. Temple, to me well For t lets and Pullman car reservations -
life.Mr. known to be one of the persons described in all on
Mickler is the father of A. H. Lookout Mountain, Point Park,, and who executed the foregoing articles of W. 0VNEAL, City Ticket Agent, )
incorporation and who duly acknowledged the
Mickler, cashier and vice-president of Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary execution thereof to be his free act and deed. or I
the Citizens' bank, of Live Oak, and Ridge and historical points. For reservations Witness my hand and official seal this 30th D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,'

who was formerly teller in the Atlantic address 910 Market street. day of March IL/IL 1914.YOWELL, Notary Public. Atlantic Coast Line, 1

National bank cf this city. Mrs. .23ForSa1e My commission expires January 8th, 1916. Orlando. HiiHMiiiiimiiiiiiiiimniiiiiMimiiciiiiiiiuA.

Phillip DeHoff, 112 Schofield street, - -- -
is a daughter. Another son was the ssssss sju oiinee 11111111111"'llllt'"IIIIIII'III'I'III"IIII'I'111111IIIII09 1' ; tltIIIIIIQQ&llllto l"'IIII'ICIIIIIII'1

late Judge Mickler, of St. Johns

county, who during his life time was I

recognized as one of the state's lead-

ing jurists. -B-


Reese of Orlando, Triplett of Kis- \ House 2 doors :
simmee and Woods of Eustis are the

latest editors to run up legislative \ west of Wyom- :
lightning rods. Same old mistake,

brethren. In rare instances it works; ing Hotel. Bar-
as with such grave and reverend | : : 4 QUID pal

seigriors as McCreary in the senate,
and such suave statesmen as Mat- i gain. YouRd

s thews in the house; but nine times
out of ten the result is only the spoil-
ing of a good editor. If all the editors -
were to perch in Tallahassee : A. L. Bentley,
during the legislative sessions and

from the press gallery report to the ; 10 E. AMELIA( AVENUE
people just what they see and hear, \' ? HIT
their influence for good upon state "llalliIIIICIIII'O Irr 4'
r 1
affairs would be tremendous. Of il 1 a
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course, all can not do that; and next ilflillllllliiiliitJiiShoe RMP4IMT&coLc4jjtUUL
to doing that they can most influence
legislation through their own columns
from their own editorial chairs at Repairingi

home. And such specialists as Joe

Reese, who can and does perch there ; i PARCEL POST
and so reports to us all, should be
barred from election. As a legislative < i M M

correspondent he is of value to Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 85eLadies'
the whole state; and as a legislator
i I Half Soles, 60c to 75c
hiipbservations would be lost to the .I
public, and his very journalistic bril- | Children's Half Soles, $0c to 7SC i
liance will count against him in actual > Hand Turned Soles, Shoo
work in the law making body. Send | Heels Repaired, 250 i
ing Triplett and Woods to the legisla- o.
tIre would entail a loss mainly to All work returned in 24 hours.
Osceola and Lake counties, but Joe Orders without remittance re
Reese's election would be a loss to us turned C. 0. D. We pay .

all. Shoo that political bug, fellows return postage.

and stick to your job.-St. Petersburg

Times A. Hanson L. BECK LUMBER CO.

The new moving picture show, the 19 East Pine Street

Howell Picture Palace, opened in i : ORLANDO FLORIDA Kiln Dried Lumber ,and Building Material Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. =

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t. THE DAILY ORLANDO WOMAN HONORED IN AT THE GRANDTo other professional player from Jack- 111..ttJI..tO'lltIIOI3111'llltttllll'llrlllll
'sonville. The new comer is a cornet-
South Florida SentinelMORNING ) JACKSONVILLEMrs. inaugurate the ist of some merit, having come from
new one-price
the orchestra of the Grand theater in
I system at the Grand tonight an un-
AND WEEKLY Richard P. Marks, daughter of usually good and large bill will be Jacksonville. This gives the Grand a
$ JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. full and complete orchestra which the
J'.." Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Siemens, of Or- presented."The management does not hesitate to say DiclSOll-Ives Co.
1t lando, was recently elected presidentof Perils of Pauline" will be the is tho best in any motion picture the- {
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Flor- headliner for the evening. This is
in Florida.
Ida. as Second Gas Mail Matter. a popular musical organization in ater
the first episode of tho fifteen which' Tonight Professor Wade will as-
sit TO ADVERTISERS: Jacksonville, of which the Metropolistells compose the story and is said to be a sist the orchestra on the pipe
,.. as follows: thriller from start to finish. Certainly and will alternate with them playing
' for and all other hand-set no expense has been spared on reels, making the musical program
: Copy display The annual meeting of the Ladies'
't advertising matt be handed in at the business he production and the trio of stars continuous.Mr. .
* office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Friday Musicale was held in the paro- that head the casts are among the Hauselt accomanied by the DEPARTMENTAL STORE
the day before publication. This rule applies chial hall with the president, Mrs. very best that the "movies" have pro- orchestra, will play "Evening Star,"
i U changes for contract advertising: it U
;f invariable and will be strictly adhered to. John H. Douglas, in the chair. duced. Miss Pearl White, as Pauline, from Tannhauser, on his 'cello.
is the especial bright and shining
Mrs. Douglas gave a brief resumeof light and is ably supported by Mr.
3t Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued '
'IE- should notify the office in writing on the work of the club during the Crane Wilber and Mr. Paul Pauzer, Joo Hugh Reese, formerly editorof
it the date of expiration otherwise it will be past year, thanking the members for All are of the Pathe players.All the Valley Gazette in Kissimmee, rlanoo' favorite
fl continued at the regular subscription rates costumes worn by Miss Whitein but now of the Sentinel in Orlando, Shopping
until notice to is received.SUBSCRIPTION their willing co-operation and
f stop sym-
u the plays are designed by Lady will be one of Orange county's repre-
-:!( pathy in all her efforts in behalf of Duff-Gordon, the "Lucile" of London, sentatives in the next legislature. We

Daily 1 Year ..............RATES...........J5.00 the organization. She announced the and will serve as a mirror of the latest know this because Joe has said he
-f Daily, 6 Months ....................... 2.50 two closing entertainments of the sea- in styles as the serial advances. was a candidate and he is always a
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 The Grand has been very fortunatein winner. He will be to Orange countyin PLACE
" Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50 son, one a concert by a metropolitan securing this film so early in the the legislature what he is to the
baritone, Mr. Dabney Carr, assistedby as today it is just two weeks field-a leader who will
-t.{ Weekly. 1 Year .......................1.00 game journalistic
old and the newest film his Here's to
for constituents.
-11. Weekly. 6 Months ..................... .75 Mrs. Dabney Carr, soprano; the probably ever work
other, the beautiful annual tea to be shown in Orlando. you,.J. Hugh.-Osceoia Journal.
Besides "Pauline which is in three
I. TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1914. given at the residence of Mrs. Jay parts, four other ,special high grade
that rock in inexhaustible -
Durkee. pictures will be shown. Word comes
Get for thrill-Detective that its quantities and entirely suitablefor
t ready a Most interesting reports were read Knowing patrons appre-
i ciate good music, the managementhas road has been found in
?I Burns is to make his report on the building
by the recording secretary, the corresponding in return for the appreciationgone OUR iMILLINERY
Frank case this week. Citrus county, about forty-five miles
secretary and the treasurer to the extra expense of enlarg-
1 o showing the Ladies' Friday Musicale -t'ing i its orchestra by importing an- from Leesburg. { Is worthy of more than

Ii: Kissiramee is, preparing a feast ofwit to have accomplished much ina I, special attention. There is a
and flow of the bowl for the editors
e tomorrow's musical way and to be in good con- ... . . .. .. .... . .. .. .. .. style, an individuality, an exClusiveness -
1 at meeting. dition financially.An .
S --a2 + only found in
The editor of the Punta Gorda I enthusiastic election of officersfor the ateliers of high class

2 Herald allows that Villa is no strate- the: ensuing year resulted as follows ri r illg! Silififflel'Our r __7 __ Modistes of Fashion's centers.

'* gist; but he is some o fighter at that. President-Mrs. Richard P. Marks.I Our prices, however, are

First Vice-President-Mrs. John H. I II guaged to meet the moderate .
: It's all purple and white in Miami
this week, and half of the Elkdom of Douglas. new line for the Spring : ...J-L.: pocket. We voice here posh
Second Vice-President-Mrs. Geo.
i t the state is there for the big three Richards. and Summer season of 1914 is tively the newest of the new

days' convention. Recording Secretary Mrs. Heber now complete. Never in the his- at prices that will surely as-

o Weller. tory of our business have we : tonish those who anticipate
;I Governor Slaton of Georgia is to .
Corresponding Secretary-Mrs. P. been able to show such a line of II purchasing their Easter bon-
1.- be a candidate for senator to succeed
:i Senator Bacon, who died recently. It C. Perry. new and timely goods for Eas- : net.

y|. is almost certain that he will win. Treasurer-Mrs. Norman Merry. ter selling. Our line of Dress : We feature exclusively
Librarians-Mrs. A. M. Rivas and
Slaton was born with a silver spoon C.E. Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery -
Mrs. McKnnon.
n| between his lips. 1 Ready-to-Wear goods and I
0 notions is complete-the styles : 'Gold Medal" and "Knox Pattern Hats" !

,E In Georgia the primary doesn't ANNUAL ASSEMBLY ORLANDO are varied enough to suit :
take place until August, but alreadythe COUNCILAt the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with I

campaign has begun. Georgia every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the :
a should take a lesson from Florida the annual assembly of Orlando Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from :

and adopt a Bryan primary law, and Council, F. & A. M., the following the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent "M rode "sUnderwear\
I thus eliminate a lot of its politics. officers were elected for the ensuing cheaper than the regular prices. t I ) \

0 year: We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show

** Jacksonville is to have a new char- Joseph, Dawson, thrice illustrious you our line if you will call on us.MMMMHIMIIIIMMIMIMIIMIilllMMMMIIMMMi.
master; Alf. W. Bumby, deputy I. M.;
ter at last-that is some of the pea
Geo. E. McCulloch, P. C. W.; W. R.
ple there seem to think so. Few I
f towns have ever had such a difficult O'Neal, recorder; Chas. Lord, treas- The Pleasure is '
urer; Carl Jansen, C. of G.; W. W.
time in getting needed changes in
Yothers C. of C. HI nR NeW York Store
their charter as Jacksonville has had, ; Joseph Elwell, Bargain Yourswhen
steward Rev. A. A. Rickert
; chap-
showing the difference in the politicsas
lain Wilbur Tilden sentinel.
; ,
"made in Jacksonville" and else-

where. This council is in a flourishing condition ___ __,__ ______ __ ________ ___ wearing underwear of '
K and meets the third Thursdayin \i.. d
a each month.ORLANDO MMMIIimiilMIIMMMIMMMHIMMMMIilimA. 'I this make. Not only are the
The bond market is brisk; there

were half a dozen bids for the bond It. Y. FULLER R. L FOX garments knit to fit, but are
'4* trustees to consider yesterday when HORSES START OUT I a ,w

they met to open bids for the pur- ON RACING CIRCUITMr. THE PALMS AUTO COREO finished in a style only to be I k 4

chase of Orlando's paving issue. A '
year had brought about a wonderful Chas. Wescott proprietor of MOTOR CARS found in the very best of undern.ear. u

improvement in the financial situa- the Florida Stables, shipped Joe "'

tion. But maybe the Democratic ad- Douglass, Duchess Hal and Little For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a I
Dutch to Nashville yesterday to take
ministration didn't have to
full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force :
do with itCongressman part in the races there, and from that We stock all qualities and .
o place they will follow the spring rac- of competent repair men. All our. work is absolutely :. t 1--

r Frank Clark was one ing circuit. The horses are well guaranteed. sizes.

of the first to declare his opposition known and favorites here and ap- ,
j "
to the president's demand for a, repeal peared in the racing meet during the Maxwell "25, $800, Equipped in Orlando Its't7aDERttFAlt

of the free tolls clause of the fair. The horses were in charge of

Panama act, but after coming to Mr. J. Hooker Wilson.If I.I

Florida. and ascertaining the feeling

of the people the congressman all gamblers lost the game could THE PALMS AUTO CO :
changed his front. He is reported bya not last long.

correspondent to have said his
upon :
FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.
! return to Washington that the peopleof Painter and interior decorator.. New WinncrsRompers I
Florida are with the president. Ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636.
, Expert workmen employed. .lllllelllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIII''
Nobody can better read a political
r situation than Honorable Clark.

.v o
There seems to be no doubt that 1

(Underwood was nominated in yes- Creepers

_ terday's senatorial primary in Ala-
bama. Although it was a bitter fight, Id Overalls

'; and the lines were drawn between the .
; J
prohibitionists on one side and the I

;t antis on the other, we believe the Are You Invited s I For Girls and Boys) :

; success of Underwood will be generally I. -
pleasing. The attempt to con- m
.sg No mother should be
nect Underwood with the whiskey to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea I '
; without these garments
' faction seems at a distance to be gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure f : 4/I"41,
rather far fetched and doesn't ring '- for her children. Made of
you will be interested in our display of the newest and '
31 true. And it must have been so regarded best quality, fast color
at home, for the people of most artistic designs inCUT

_ Alabama would hardly give Under-
wood the endorsement which he re- GLASSThere '

ceived yesterday if half that his opponent I

,t charged against him had been: are so many odd pieces and attractive sets

true. here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. -,
.. 0 -
The Miami Herald says the city of .We are sure you can never find anything that would

Miami should declare war on the be more acceptable.

the trinity rat of the disease fly and carrying the mosquito.pests- ur Mail Order r Oepartent e

What is true in Miami is equallytrue

in Orlando, in this respect. The
5 mosquito has made his appearance, Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, makeuse

and the sanitary department of the of it whenever you can. Samples or information

; city should begin a systematic and cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
war on the pest. It has Write for one of our illustrated mail order cata-

.? been proved in cities far less subject logues. We invite comparison values.

I'unrelenting to the breeding of the mosquito that

there is no need to be annoyed in

2fl this way. Strict inspection to see T.H.Evans the Jeweler

: that tho premises are kept free of f

: stagnant pools, in cans and elsewhere,. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

and the free use of crude petroleum,,
which costs but little, will rid the

town of the mosquito. Let us hope

that the sanitary commissioner will EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING Orange e Aye1 Orlandn

exercise his vigilance in this direc .

tion. .

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I' MI t Eat t S1 Grilli o ROBINSON & STARKEY, Managers g 1

J ? Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M.I!

I Admission 5 cents a "Gel !II HI ""en'5" II j

DaIID -EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. j

That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con "
I eludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- -

| gine. REAL ESTATE The third birthday of the Saturday II ii

Auction Bridge club was celebrated
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car by a prettily arranged dinner partyin II II

amels, Taffies, etc. the San Juan hotel, the affair following ii J
the usual fortnightly card con-
FRESH EVERY DAY. 400 acres within three test. Covers were laid for twelve,

miles of Kissimmee, two the seats at either end of the long 1
table being occupied by Mrs. C. C. ; 1 1D

mile facing Orlando-Kis- Reichard, the president of the dub, li

simmee brick road, $20 and by the secretary: and treasurer, f
BUTT'S KANDY f KITCHEN t Mrs. C. W. Smith. Seated at the
if sold within
t per acre side were Mesdames J. B. Lawton, DON'T NEGLECT

A. D. Callory, Robert Howe, A. A.
., 30 days. 3i4.imMlllttltlMMMMIIMMI YOUR WATCH D
Carmack, W. M. Davis, S. B. Chal-
The home of home-made Candies is delicate
pure fant. E. P. Monroe and Misses Mallory Aw piece
machinery. It calls for ;
i and Clark. Mrs. Elizabeth Ab-
less attention than most
Orange AvenueMliHimillHIMIIMItilMMMMIIIIIIIMillMIIIH Mrs. Chas. G. Luther of Beaufort, ernethy was not present, her substitute machinery, but must be[cleaned '

S. C., has joined her husband, who being Mrs. J. N. McElroy. and oiled occasionally to beep

was called to the city on Friday by Corsage bouquets of violets (the perfect time. **'

the critical' illness. of his father, : club flower) were found with the With proper care Walthan "
Capt. J. F. Luther. His many friends place cards, both of which were tied Watch will keep perfect time
Mr. and with violet ribbon. A delicious meal for a lifetime. It will pay yo sKell .
I Mrs. L. A. Spencer and will regret that there is little changein
let clean
to us your wzirerl
j Mrs. Miller, of Orlando. were guests Capt. Luther's condition. was served and the gathering was !iz ct I$ Rang, r
WADE one of the most delightful of the
yesterday at Green Tree Inn. TheyI Mr. C. vi:. Eaves leaves today for
THE TUNER I are spending several days in the city. his home in Galesburg, 111. Mr. Eaves many pretty affairs given by the Allen & Co.
| owns a grove just south of town and
j Mrs. J. 0. Neill and Mrs. Florence hopes to return in the early fall and
: Lewis left yesterday for Fort Myers build a home. He has just returned LADY

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. House, of Philadelphia and other points of interest in the from a trip over on the East Coast Everything Guaranteed. ,

are among the recent arrivals southern part of the state. They will but says it doesn't appeal to him like Portland, Me., April 6.Mrs. Lillian .
at the San Juan. tbe[ away from Orlando for a week. Orlando. M. N. Stevens, president of the Prompt Repairing.HnillMMtMHIttMtMHIMMHIMMimililH.
National Woman's Christian
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker of i Mrs.: Thos. M. Reese, who has beeni Ladies, make a mental note that Temperance
Union, died here today. She
Xenia, Ohio, are located at the Sa i I at Eola Cottage with her sister Mrs.D. tomorrow. Wednesday, is Dickson- f
had been ill for several weeks wth
Juan to spend some little time. Porter Corwin, leaves today for Ives[ company's, grand parasol open. kidney trouble.

1 Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Topliff left yes, her home in Pittsburg. Mrs. Corwin ing day. Tis justly named Orlando's
Mrs. Stevens, who was born in Dover
terday for Lakeland, where they will 1 1 will remain until the twenty-first of favorite shopping place. The galaxyof Me. I[1:11 leULiquid
seventy years ago. continuedto
spend a day or two with relatives.Mr. April. colorings in the magnificent as- the last the temperance work to 1=O=J

and Mrs. C. W. Freeman, of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morrow, of sortment of dainty parasols, etc., will which she had devoted most of her

Atlanta, arrived in Orlando last even., Lake City, Minn., left for home last still further add to its popularity. life. Her mind remained clear and **;

ing and are guests at the San Juan. evening after a six weeks' visit in last week she was able to dictate correspondence -

Capt. B. G. Smith one of Oviedo's, the city, during which time they have CLOTHINGWe in connection with the
wide awake and stirring citizens. was had rooms with Miss McKee on Main have just received a shipmentof duties of her office, which she had Veneer

among the visitors to Orlando pester-, street.I Schloss Bros. fine suits for men. held since 1898. With her when the

I Mrs. Theodore Arter and daughters -: Also "Lord Baltimore" brand for end came were her husband, Michael bakes old woodwork, frames and furni--

day.Mr.. W. H. Orr traveling Misses Minnie.and Charlotte L. boys' suits. Also large stock of Stevens, her daughter, Mrs. GertrudeS.
passenger look like 25 and 50
; ture cents.
agent of the Baltimore & Ohio rail-Arter, leave today for New ;York, Palm Beach and mohair suits. Buy Leavitt, of this city, and Miss Anna new

road, was among Orlando's visitors; where they will spend one month be- your clothing from us. Gorden ,of Evanston, 111., vicepresident -

yesterday. fore, going Ohio. to their home in Cleveland 4-6-2t W. M. SLEMONS. of the National W. C. T. U. Austin's Dog BreadWill

Mr. J. H. Johnson, a prominent citizen ATTENTION, RED MENThe
of Chicago, arrived in Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hovey left last The regular meeting of the Equal
yesterday to see Col. T. J. Watkinson night for their home in Glens Falls, scouts announce the presenceof Suffrage League will be held Wednes. keep your dogs in a healthy condition

business matters. N. Y. They spent the winter pleas- two pale faces in our hunting day morning at 10 o'clock at Unity

antly in Orlando, and have hundredsof grounds and your presence is com Chapel:. After the regular business
Miss Elizabeth Porter and brother
friends here who will look forward| manded at the regular sleep of the there will, be a continuation of the Educator Toilet Soap
Mr. John Porter who have been
stop- to their return with much pleasure.Mr. tribe tonight, April 7th, in order that discussion of the laws of Florida in

for ping their at the nonv SummerUn at Manchester! ,.left yesterday, N. H. Joe Cheney left last night for we may of importance decide upon awaits their fate.your atten-Business regard to women and children. Makes the skin smooth and white.

Philadelphia. It was whispered
Rev. Mary A. Safford has acceptedan tion.
around among the young man's TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
invitation to address the Tampa
friends that he wouldn't be alone
Woman's club next Thursday after- MENDELSSOHN REHEARSAL
when he returned, and he didn't deny WANTED-Unfurnished house, 8 or
noon on the subject of equal suffrage.Mrs. THE SANITARY GROCERY
the rumor, but he failed to confirm There will be a rehearsal of the more rooms. close in. Phone 634.
S. Waters Howe, wife of the; it. Mendelssohn club tonight at 8 o'clockat 4-7-lt

popular cashier of the State Bank,of the Orlando opera house. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
| Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Welch FOR SALE-Good upright piano :
Orlando, left yesterday for Tampa on ;
and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I. Vervoort, has been used only three months; :
a visit to her brother Dr. W. P. Law- of Westfield. N. J., have been enter- DANCE AT RUSSELL'S POINT will sell at a bargain. Call on Judge 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
rence Thursday Evening April 9th. LaBar, at 5 W. Livingston avenue.
tained during the past week by Mrs. A cordial invitation to all. Ladies 4-7-lw
Something unforeseen will occur at Welch's aunts, :Mrs. Sandford and free. Gentlemen 50 cents. Good mu-

the parasol opening on Wednesday at Mrs. Ensign, at "Interlachen," on sic and a good time. Conveyance opposite FOR RENT-By the year. a modern j CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.IIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIII"IIIII..IIII..
Dickson-Ives store at postoffice, Jones' auto bus, fare
company's ; 10-room house, with bath,
Lake Underhill. They were fairly 10 cents each. 46.3t completely I ...
least so we are told. Make a note! furnished, in the best part of town.
entranced with not alone "Orlando
to be there Apply to Jas. Thomson, 17 S. Orange : It
Beautiful, but the varied and charm- The stork stopped at the home of avenue. 4-7-3t
Among Orlando's prominent winter ing country passed through during Mr. and Mrs. Werner Nehrling Sun-

residents leaving for their summer three days touring to Eustis, Day- day morning. leaving a fine boy to rejoice LOST-Bundle of clothes marked EASTER HATS

homes, in Pennsylvania tonight are tona, Ormond, and down the beach-a tho hearts of his parents.If Mary Ball, between 308 Anderson
street and 804 Division street by theway
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jones, Belle ride never to be forgotten. While our of Lake Lucerne and DeLaney

Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lewis, Florida roads are not yet equal to you have a really desirable' houseor streeet. Finder please return to 308

Beaver, and Mr. T. P. Grant, Charleroi. New Jersey macadam, absolute comfort apartment to rent, your Sentinel Anderson street and receive reward.

Their many friends are sorryto was secured in Magruder's seven want ad. will constitute good news to 47.1t Special Reduction

see them leave and will look for- passenger Stevens-Duryea, and by some anxious people'in this city. V
3,000 ACRES less than twelve miles
ward to their return in the fall
the perfect driving of Richard Nor-
i from here; $8 per acre. Rush sale.
I rise Opening of Piano Studio April 15th. Phone 625. 451t. On all Pattern Hats from April 4th to

TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO For particulars address Mac Tall- .
Chiropodist for both men and ,*wo-I Eat what you want man Care Grand Theater, or Phone Eat what you want. April 11th.
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Eat all you wantTake No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m. Eat all you want.
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L I a postscript and forget it. 431m. Take a postscript and forget it. '
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over For sale by all druggists. For sale by all durggists. USSESIABLTOS & BUM
Curtis &: O'Neal's store. 2.61m l-7-d&w.lyr Get the Sentinel want ad. habit. l-7-d&w-lyr

MtlMIMIMMtMMIIMHIMtMMMIIMItlttftlMlimHiMIMIIMIIIIIMIMiAt lilt Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's

Good Wood $1.50 I Patterns I lIdre3Q.9 t

.. Better Wood $2 and $2.25 4 iilllllimMiimilHIIMIIIIMIMMIMMttMMHBUFFALO

Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 : .. t
f The Lucerne Today"Leak

This won't last long,

Stock up while you can. tI\\ DAILY eETWEEN j


'Wood Yard (LEVELAND 1

104 W. Pine St.
in the Foreign Office," a two reel Thanhouser. B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor t 1.

"Working Girl's Romance," a one reel Reliance. TIC GvZAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

LUTHER THE FLORISTCut Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet,6 ncba.510 lUtcroomi and ptrlort accommodating 1300 pum* ',
frn. Grater u cut-larger in all proportion*richer in all appointment.-thin uf ttcuaer oa
inland inter of the world. la mete JUM JJih.
And three other reels (good ones) also.. Flowers Magnificent Steamer"SEEANDBEE,""CU/of Erie"ud"City of Buffalo" 1

I V '.... ROSES, VIOLETS, Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Ma7 in to Dec.lit
Lave Bafalo 900P.M. Lan CWUnd 100 P.M.
Arrive Oerelind 7.30 A.M. Arrive BuLb 7.30A.M.
CARNATIONS, PANSIES, (Eutent Standard Toot)
Connrctioot it aeveland for Pman-Be7ToledoDetroit..d.ll poiot.Q'e.t.edSoath.e.t.Raflroul
POTTED PLANTSOSTEOPATHY ticket reading between Buffalo and Cleveland are good fortnuuportationod oar(teamen.Ak .
your ticket agent for Ucleu via C.A B.Line Write M for bandfoma illiutnud booUct free.

Admission First Floor; Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland 0. ,

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Hours, 10.1235, and by appointmentNo Nice two-story new house, all modern -\ will pay $1.00 per thousand for
Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. extra charge for house treatment equipment; lot 75x150; close in. Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet po- J
i If: taken at once will sell for $1600. tato plants, from now until June 15th. J
i Telephone connections ]For further information call at Sen- P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla. l
1 1rI .IIIHIftlllllililtiiMlllf HMItliliHIHIIIIHIIHililtttiMMiMHMIil'MiaV Office cor. Orange and Central Ares.I 1 1j tinel office. 3..31..6tJ 331.1m J

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FATHER CURIE Will B BE[ THE PEOPLE'S 'WANTSNUNNIMAKERS money on real estate at 6 per cent :

Usage has made Easter time the interest. Guarantee life & Loan Co., '
YOUNGEST[ BISHOP Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. I
season for donning new spring attire; 3-25-d&wtf I

and just now the stores are in the Notices of Lost. Wanted For Sale Fer
c full swing of preparation. lent, etc. for this column. 25c for one day, FOR RENT & SI TRAN rBR Cu1
; Successor, to the Late Bishop Kenney SOc for three days or f 1.00 for one week for Five room house. kitchenette and :
Never were they brighter-never 25 words or less. Money must accompany bath, electric lights; by the year or I .
Is Just Thirty-four advertisements fer this
the column
did the as I
new things look more invit- insertions will be made on credit. month; partly furnished. See owner,
h Years of Agei 403 S. Lake street, A. M. Callis. :

I ing.And as the advertising naturally FOR SALE 4-5-3t ORLANDO, FLORIDA

DeLand, Fla., April.When Father reflects the merchandise, the business An elegant modern home; four bedrooms FOR SALE-Complete set of house- t

M. J. Curley met a representative news as told in today's Sentinel is ; two bath rooms; gas and electricity hold furniture. Will sell cheap. Call I OFFICE SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174
throughout fruit trees and at 208 East Robinson avenue. 4-5-3t ,
in his
.. of the Florida Metropolis study unusually interesting.It .
, flowers. 509 East Central ave"nue.2.15.tf. .
! and was told that, according to press tells of the styles, the colors,the FOR RENT-Five room cottage. Apply i

: dispatches, he had been appointed shapes, the trimmings, the ribbons, Mrs. McDade, 307 Broadwayavenue. I

bishop of the Florida diocese, he was the laces, and the furbelows.It FOR SALE 4.1-1w

t- completely surprised. With characteristic informs the men what is new Narsery stock, one, two, three and a !

:- modesty his first thought was in line and fabric. four year old buds; Foster Early, FOR RENT-Six room house, fur-
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington nished, modern improvements; also
of the great responsibility which It tells where the new things can Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle, furnished rooms. Apply Sentinel of- ; ,

.: would be placed upon his shoulders, be seen and what the prices are. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf fice. 41.1w

for he is one of the youngest of the To miss the advertising these daysis
FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house,
t' Florida priesthood. But thirty-four to miss much important news of FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. garden and farm land, on Conway

years of age he will be the youngest what is going on in thjs busy world. For rent, three room suite for light clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115.'

I in America if not in the housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm. 3-20-1m-d&w ,
bishop ,
L. Coryell, 201 Concord Ave. west,
world. Thirty years is the youngestage .There is one road to peace, and Orlando, Fla. 331tfFOR

at which a priest can be ordained that is truth.-Shelley. SALE-$350 worth of new fur- FOR RENT-Two office spaces in REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN i
our store at No. 9 W. Church street. f
:, a bishop, and. as a rule, they are well I, niture. Also piano. A bargain. Come in and we will show you. Pierce

advanced in years before they attain The personal pronoun "I" should be 411 West street. 3-24-lwk Electric Co. 3-29-tf Orlando and Sanford and Intervening

that distinction. I the coat-of-arms of some, individuals.
Father Curley was born in Athlone, -Rivarol. Points \
: ." ,1,1111111.111111111111.,1111,11111.,11.1.111 ,.
County Westmeath, Ireland, October,
* 1879. His earliest education was at Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. QuickService.

the school of the Marist Brothers in BARGAINS FOR IN SECOND SALE HANDCARS Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed. I

his native town. Later he pursuedhis One 1912 Flander's QUICK Roadster ...$275 One Bungalow Left to Sell

studies with the South Kensington One 1912 Flander's Touring car 275 4111.IIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.III.01.IIIIIIIIII.

Science and Art Board, London, Oe 1913 Krit Roadster .........350
One 1913 Krit Touring car .... 375 tmMlilMmilHiitiMMiMtiflMMMIHHmillTHE. 1
taking high honors. In August, 1896, One 1912 Haynes ........... ..700 M. J. DAETWYLER
he entered the Jesuit University College One 1913 Oakland Roadster .... 500

i of Mungret, and in 1900' graduated One 1913 Cadillac, 4-passenger .1400 ... ...
4 in the Royal Irish Universityin One Cadillac Truck ... ... ..... 750 I
All cars in splendid condition. .
" philosophy. In the same year he Agent for Lozier cars. .
went to the Theological University KLOEPPEL MOTOR CAR CO. AltamonteAltamonte

4 of the Propaganda, Rome, and secured Jacksonville, Fla, Phone 4787 .

the degree of bachelor of divinity t+l11111. U > : .

with first medals in sacred Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em -. I II
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archaeology liturgy and fundamental on Court street. 12-5-tf 1 furnished
I FOR SALE-21-2 acres land, all under FOR RENT-Six room :
theology, later taking first gold med cultivation; good seven-room house. Address W. B., care Senti- FlaA

: al in dogmatic theology. In 1903 he POLITICAL house, nice yard. Address S., Box I nel 3-28-lw : I Springs I

ANNOUNCEMENTS 671, city. 3-31-lw -
took the degree of licentiate in sacred
FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the :
with medals in FOR REPRESENTATIVEI mile auto ride from Orlando ( A. C. L. R. R.)
theology gold scrip- FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one week or month; cheap. Phone 571, beautiful 9- on ;
ture and He call E. Pine 3-12-lm Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or- T
dogmatic theology. was hereby announce my candidacy for Kep- acre in bearing orange grove; six or at 23 street. :
beautiful and
has the most healthful
ordained priest by the cardinal vicarof resentative from Orange county subject to acres cleared; part of land suitablefor chestra, etc. The
he action of the Democratic primary to be gardening and trucking located MISCELLANEOUSFURNISHED location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40
Rome in March. 1904. held June 2nd. half mile from city limits on; public acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting .

r Father Curley came to DeLand the --"- J. .H. REESE. road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., HOUSE to let. 303 : Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve
k; FOR REPRESENTATIVEI West Concord Avenue Orlando ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
same year, after which he was called care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf ,
Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
to St. Augustine, where he remaineda Flaj 4.53LOne :
announce my candidacy for Representative in
FOR SALE-Bargains improvedand .
year, then returned to DeLand in the action of from the Orange Democratic county primary subject to be to unimproved land. See S. S. hundred and sixty acres of fine I SON
1906, .where he has remained ever heed June .2nd. Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm farm land, near Maning, North Da- : GEORGE E. BATES i !

since. He is an earnest church worker S. S. GRIFFIN. kota, 80 ,acres under cultivation in I ; SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT VERNON, X. II..II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IOIIIIIIOIII'IIII@I.II.IIIII.I.
MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC FOR SALE good location. Will trade for orange
as well as an earnest student, and INSTRUCTION ;
Pair of mules, well matched, young, grove or city property. For full par-
is extremely popular among both I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor sound and in good condition. H. H. ticulars address C. E. Piatt, Conway, .
Protestants and Catholics whereverhe re-election to the office of Member of Williams, P. 0. Box 247, Orlando, Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw
Board of Public
Instruction Orange ,
is known. He has charge of all from District No.3. subject to the coming Fla. 4-2-6t Stationery that is not Stationary
primary. Very respectfully FOR RENT-By the year or month,
the parishes from DeLand to Fort WM. EDWARDS. FOR SALE-A new bungalow, five modern seven room house. Apply I

Pierce, and has built new churches in Zellwood, Fla. rooms and bath, modern in every 217 East Robinson avenue. 4-4-8t Ours is constantly on the move becausewe

DeLand, New Smyrna and Fort FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI detail. Ten minutes walk to post-
office. Will give good bargain to. More help wanted? Room to let have what the public desires and at reas-
am a candidate for the office of County
Pierce during the few -
J' past years. Commissioner of Orange county from prompt buyer. Owner, phone 376, or wanted? Advertise in the Sen- '
While his many friends here fed District 2. If elected I promise to serve the city. 4-2-lw onable prices.
tinel. Be to read the ads. intoday's
gratified that he should be honored people to the best of my ability having resided ----- sure stock is varied that we can fur
as here number of Our so
a I
years am qualified FOR SALE OR RENT Sentinel. They bring results.W. .
1- he has they will one and all regret to know the needs of the section and
the people. House corner Anderson and Osceola nish most anything you want in size tint ,
that it will necessitate his departure Respectfully Streets, suitable for one or two T. ENTRICAN
from this city, where he has workedso Apopka, Fla. A. C. STARBIRD families. Will make price and terms Offers to Orlando the newest and best finish or weight. Just now we are selling a

long and so effectively. reasonable. A bargain. I of workmanship in the painting and great. many boxes of Initial. Correspondence
, FOR SHERIFFI Apply to W. H. EATON, 110 Sum- decorating trade. Phone 636. I
has received official
t hereby announce myself as a candidatefor : merlin Place. 3-9-1w. 1-21-lm Cards. Unless your name begins with X,
notification of his appointment from Sheriff of Orange County subject to the I
. Democratic primary of June 2nd. 1914. FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room have initial. The cards are
-Washington, and is making prepera FRANK GORDON. II iWANTED-25 family washings at we probably your
furnished house. Will rent all or
tion to leave for St. Augustine.; FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION part of it, by the month or year. I once, from 50 cents up. Home fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come

9 I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Apply Mrs. :M. McEwan, 105 Silliman i Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. 50c a box. We
and them. They are only
3-8-, see
FROM ONE WHO KNOWS re-election to the office of Supervisor of street. 422wksWANTED
I: Registration for Orange County subject to
match the
--- have the initial to
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd also paper
1911. The Sentinel want ads find tenants .
q, Years ago John L Sullivan made FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR for houses or rooms every day. Let card ;
- good by the use he made of his twoI WANTED-To buy 5 or 10 acres,par them
big fists. He was the king of the COUNTY COMMISSIONER tially or wholly improved with you. .
I- I hereby announce myself as a candidate citrus trees, some bearing trees pre- ,
roped arena and the idol of ring fol for( County Commissioner. Orange County ferred. Owners only dealt with. Address I Take your repairing to Warman on
District Four, subject to the action of the
4 lowers. Then he took the count and Democratic primary, June 2nd. 1914. I uil [ Grove, Sentinel office. 4-3-3t Court street. 12-5-tf The Arcade Book and Music Store
went down and out pugilistically and greatly appreciate your support. I I
V U n + e WANTED-Two rood rirls. one for __. _
physically, not to add, morally. He C. J. SWEET. the dining room and one'for miMMHMO IIJlllrllll'IIIIII'IIIII 'IIIIIOIt",1..0.11.,1
was knocked out of the fight game by Pine Castle Fla. eral housework. Apply Mrs. gen-I.1 1 1 a t M i M .IIIIQII.I.I.III.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII\ \\\\\\t M H MThere's .. .

Corbett in 1892-twenty-two years FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI Temple, Winter Park Fla. :

this fall-and then announce myself as a candidate for re- .
ago Demon Rum
finished the work of reducing him to election, Orange to the County office of District County Five Commissioner subject- WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing :. a Style Show Here j

. fine to the decision of the Democratic primary, stenographer, two years experience -
as a specimen of a human wreck
June 2nd 1914. can furnish good reference, desires :
. ; as any prohibitionist could desire as Respectfully E. L., BROWN position. Willing to begin on .

an "awful example." Ft. Christmas. 11a.FOR moderate salary. Now employed. :

Thirteen years thereafter, in the TAX ASSESSORI Address 3-21-lwk Box 330 Ocala, Fla. Every Day in the Year

spring of 1905, the old man "came hereby announce my candidacy for the 1I .
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject
back" and knocked out Demon Rum, to the action of the Democraitc primary 2,000 ACRES less than twelve miles I
and he still holds his seat on the called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and from here; $8 per acre. Rush sale.
xz : elected I pledge you my faithful service. Phone 625. 4-5-lt :
water wagon. Therefore what John ARTHUR BUTT.
Home makers will find a visit through our
L says on his specialty is worth lis- FOR COUNTY TREASURER. WANTED-Competent white girl for :

tening to. This is what he said inC I hereby announce myself a candidate for general housework. Sleep home. ,
Treasurer of Orange County subject to the store We have here the
Small 310 Anderson I treat.
.his most recent interview: Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914.J. family. Apply big an interesting
H. TUCKER. street after 10 o'clock a. m. 3-3t. :
{ "The day is coming when there will

I be no saloons. There has been a hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTORI myself as a candidatefor WANTED-Any variety of sweet ': most delightful of necessities for the furnishing

.1 great change in the last thirty years, re-election to the office of Tax Collector potato plants. Will contract at 75c .
and a man can't drink now and getaway of Orange County subject to the Democratic: per thousand until June 1st, or will of the modern home.
I be
primary to held June 2nd 1914. If re- .
contract at $1.00 thousand dur-
.,.. with it as he could then." elected I pledge to you my faithful ferric per I
as I have endeavored to give in the past ing April. Fred M. Preston, Pine .
;t The old fellow has got the "right W. E. MARTIN. Castle, Fla. 3-20-d&w-tf

} dope," to use ring lingo. The wave We specialize in high-grade furniture at a

:I of temperance spreading across, this Qt.IIDIIOID.t.II. Warman Repairs and Retires Baby

t. country is not due to any sudden hysterical A Genuine Carriages on Court street. 12-5-ti I moderate price. We invite you to come in and i

} fanaticism. It is due to the Bargain
WANTED sound saddle
young j
growing conviction of the truth voiced : in Real Estate horse, weighing 700 to 850 pounds.I) look over the display.
by John L.
he says: "A man A. J. Taylor, 211 E. Robinson avenue.

can't drink now and get away withit : Good 4-J-3t' -- "- i
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WAr-.1ED-Pair of good medium I

"A man can't 'drink and with connected kitchen size young mules, and wagon; also GOODS m TERMS RIGHT
jJ with it." That is an encouraging get away fact twenty acres first class land Jersey Sentinel.cow and calf. Address A.4-4-3t S.H., PRICES[ RIGHT

al cleared, 315 bearing care
: to place alongside of the
pessimist Orange Trees, in first class SEED! SEED! SEED!
t wail that as a people we are degenerating condition, fine bloom. Land Garden and field seed. DeLaney &

t. or, at least, are no better off Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
; can easily be subdivided
f- than we were half a century ago. It into five-acre tracts is WANTED-Ladies to bring their

3" is intelligence an evidence and of will increasing power that national is of I ;I road miles to Conway,, 2 1.2 on them.combings We will to make us. what Don't you destroy want. Kincaid & Snowden H i iORlANDO'S

Court House
the most significance.-Philadelphia Come and see our stock and examineour
4 Telegram. ; road on two sides, main work. We invite inspection. If

; road will be bricked this I you havn't the hair we supply it. Our
II stock is We make
genuine. everything -
;year. Has rural
Unreasonable haste is the delivery, to order. We pay cash for
; !: : and shool wagon. Sold to combings.We .
road [ HOUSE
to Moliere. I fURNITURE
error.- LOW PRICE
::: close and estate. CHEAP I beg to announce that we have
--o- : for cash, or very reasonable : secured the exclusive agency for the
Dear weeps but once; cheap always terms will be made. : well-known and popular Clow's Knit .
weeps.-Hindoo. Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam- Orlando Florida
: LORD & BRADSHAW : ples will be submitted for your inspection i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. ,

at your leisure. The goodswe
Habit is too arbitrary a master for Exclusive AgentsiltMIMtlHIillHMIf : handle are the kind that satisfy.
my liking.-:-Lavatcr. NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS* 303 Gar- ,.. .r.r..rr"rrf't. . !, !!!!!! eae+oa +ro
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Inquire at office tor low weekly and monthly rates for the
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i fOR U. S. SENATE[ We Will Put the Reinsof !i Just BargainsThat's I II I THE MARKET

Thomas W. Hardwick- and Thomas S. Success in Your I All I Ii I .

Felder Announce for Place in i( $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruit Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
i and orange trees. 120 are
the Upper House HandsHow I large seedlings and the balance
i, are from one to three year old

Atlanta, Ga., April Although an ? By furnishing you witha : buds. Near city. FISH AND GAME
atmosphere of heated party enthusiasm $3,250-Choice: home in city; 8
characterized the meeting here I'' perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative rooms, large lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .

today of the Democratic state com- : I $2,400.-Good 7-room house, 1
mittee, few contests of importance : call on you. He will give you a I East Side. Close in, only five screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

were expected over the drafting of I formula that will make and mature 'minutes I from postoffice. and pure. .
primary and convention plans and : ; Lots of choice lots and a num-
, other campaign details. In addition I: your fruit. ber of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have

to adopting rules to govern primaries : I and grove propositions. have everything in the Meat Line.

for United States senator and minor"I !! for rent several furnished bungalows j
state officers, the committee : | and flats close in. Some
fore it the choice of-a place and date,: I by the year and others 'till the I II The PARLOR MARKET !

for the state convention, and the levy : Tlie Solitlierli r r Ferlilizer r Co.ORLANDO (! winter season begins. Call and
ing of assessments against various I' 'make Jour wants known.
candidates for office. I I H. M. Self & Co

The man who wore the first new!: Phones Office 32 Plant 31 FLORIDA
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straw hat several weeks ago has an'j:I i Cooper $ Atha : PINE STREET J 1

abundance of company now, but S. E. I D I1111111I111 D II 0 III C+H II't II ) 0. ; I J II 0 a 0 0 I a I ,
Sr., J. L. Guernsey, B. C. AberIves lIlt South Orange A\e, Ground Floor I Phone No. 80
jiethy, Judge Harlow, and several --- -'1 Phone .
'S. No. 311 9
; other prominent citizens are saving I.I I. OI&I'llel'II"IIIIIIIIIOI. OIIIOII..eell'II" i;
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E theirs for Easter Sunday. "Keeping I
I up with Lizzie," as it were. I'I'I II I I i 1 _._ __ j
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,There were over fifty men in the -1
Tourist Headquarters most of the

afternoon yesterday, playing whist,

checkers, chess. dominoes, pinochle,
talking politics, religion, real estate, '. W. M. SLEMONS.l I
and having a real good time gener-
ally. One gentleman told us he had Just arrived car load I
made the acquaintance of more peo-
ple during his visits to the room in FORDS for immediate -
f the last three weeks than he had I' New Goods Arriving Daily

made in two whole winters spent in delivery. i
Orlando heretofore. ]

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We buy a mirror that we may see !
our own physical selves. If that mir- Phone 226 We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. ]

ror reveals the fact that we have a made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. d
mole on the cheek or a wart on the
nose, do we spit in the face of the Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. j

mirror or take a hammer and break
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
the glass? Not we. We use every

known means for remedying the defect r & C.o. Best place in the city to trade.
Contrast this with our actions when
t a kind friend reveals to us our moralor
social defects. Do we take kindlyto
the revelation? Not a bit of it. W. SLEMONS
We love the beauty doctors and pow- 1

der puff spreaders more, because of
their soft words and empty flattery,
iven though we know they contain no

How many a man struts about likea -
peacock on Christmas morning, r -- .t 11111111 II III'I.WI .
after the newspaper has "puffed" him
p even though he inwardly knows the DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND A IfMMMtMIMHIMHUU&

puff was undeserved and was paid SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED ..ililill llliIHllltlllltl U.I .. Po. ...IIIII..I..III..IIII..
for, either in dollars or in "influ-
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:f i. all-Ex. I Dixie Dude t
Orlando A. C. L..l:31am 3:13pm I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm HOT'WATER
The little child of Mr. and Mrs.\ILv, Jacksonvme A. C. L... 6:45am 1:30pm r Jacksonville .:................... 1:30pm
Jacksonri1le A. C. L... 9:35 am 85 v Jacksonville A. C. L ........... 8:15
y pm pmy Hot is of the most
I Luther Dennis, of Fort White, died in Waycrou. A. C L..11:50am 10:25pm v Warero A. C. L ..............10:2Opmr In the Summer Time. water one
this city at the home of Mrs. Ogden Iacon. G. S. I: F....... Ii:13 pm 4:15 am r lIacon. G. S. I: F. .............. 3:46&IJI essential features of comfortable home. This is
r AUanta C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 1:25 aM r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:1Y ar a Xo home
en Saturday, after a week of suffer- r Knoxville. L I: N. .............12:19pm most the Summer time be- complete
W. I A..llhm 11:55
Chattanooga : am emphasized
r Corbin, L I: N. ................ out
: ing as the result of having swalloweda r NashrilJe N. C. &: St. L. 4:50am 4:30pm r Louisville, L I: N. .............. 3:16pm:: pAr cause you don't want to heat the kitchen up by one
raw peanut on the previous Sun- ............ .
r Indianapolu ?a. L 1:50
St. Louis. L C.&: L.&:N. Z:50 pm 'I:20 am &IJI
day, which got into its windpipe. Mr. Ar Lexington, L.. I: N. ............ 6:5J pm keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequently
j and Mrs. Dennis brought it to this Ar HopJdnsri1le,. 1. I: N........... 6:21 pm Ar CineiJaDti L &: N. ............. 8:50pm most homes have to go without it all Summer and '
1I Az Evanari1le. 1. &: N..... 9:28am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo G. R. Ii L ..........1:20pm
city at once, where the best medical Ar Terre Haute, C. I: E. L.'1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids. G. R. I: L ....... Z:45 pAr have it only in limited quantity in the Winter
attention did all that could be done Chicago C. I: E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 1:15&IJI S j t1 1
\ to relieve the little one, without avail. "GET A RUUD" .r 5- <
-Lake City Note in Florida Metropolis. Solid train, composed of section I
room sleeping ears, observation compartment Solid train, composed of electric lighted and you have plenty of steaming hot water any time
cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches want it and at a very small cost by simply "
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
'. is beautifier, but ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. the faucet. P
Sleep a great, Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis: turning on
most of us would prefer to be wide DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
Solid train carrying electric lighted com Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between
awake. artment observation sleepers and electric Jacksonville and Grand Rapids ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANY
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-
1\ lass coaches and smoking car. Dining ear Thursdays of each week. Dining cai r
% Buy your garden seed from DeLa- erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. Gas DepartmenttMtltlltliilMttttttlttlllilllMMMMIIIIimillllMMIM
ney & Abernethy. Just received abig
shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent :::::
Warman Sell, and Fixes Bicycles,
.i Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando
L on Court street ltf

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.,- ". H. P. Cartwright, of Bowling ---
'!I, Green, Ky., has purchased the hand-
some L. P. Wescott home at Clear
4 Lake. The home was owned by Mr.
r H. H. Williams from whom Dr. Cart- ==- ,
wright made the purchase. Dr. Cart-
Tllf'STATE( BANK Of ORLANDO I wright has visited Orlando previously ft and has many friends here. ( )! a 1 i( \ .

4P'f tl j Dr. Cartwright has been a practicing L4 -_ .
I physician for many years in Ken- i
< I I tucky and is recognized by the profession :- -;' f
t as one of the most competent = ISiVloiisy

:ipractitioner of the I tate. He desires i _
I I now to retitre from the active i:< -
practice of his profession and even I! in She 3JankVOR
with this in view he pursues a custom :
of taking post graduate courses in: .
' LONG ESTABLISHED medicine, a custom of his every few! = 1
SAfE-CONSERVATiVE.ACCOMMODATING years since he has been in the I :
F active practice. No more highly esteemed -i c.
man ever lived in Bowling y/licn you have money you do not need credit = _

A CONSERVATIVELY MANAGED BANK Green or better beloved physician, ; 't
says Dr. Jno. W. Stagg, who has ; altlioiiglut v/Ill 1)0 offered you. ', .K' ;_: .:: -
known Dr. Cartwright for twenty ;I = =
By having an account with the State Bank of Orlando, years. ; =

4 you enjoy;all the advantages of a conservatively managed He is delighted with this section of;
j and well Florida and is more than delightedwith
equipped bank-and the confidence that comes I
his purchase, and will make his
from association with an intstitution of ample re home there. He will spare neither I: Open a flank account today and increase your =

sources. pains nor expense in making It one :
of the handsomest residence proper balance each vies, and soon you will} have a sub- =-
; Accounts subject to check are invited.
ties in the Orlando section. There ,
are many who will be pleased to learn : stantial amount.
that these good people are to become

1_,. citizens here.PLEASANT.


f State, County and City Depositary. lando A party motored of old LAND up neighbors to :Maitland from and Or-I I' JI>> Olf))!: MTOMil! MM

gave Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tanner _
quite a surprise Saturday. All enjoyed 1 .- "It is a pleasure to serve you." =
the day hugely. Those presentwere
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bardo, Mr. i .
and Mrs. A. Harris', Mr. and Mrs. D.
11' IIIIIIMHIliM " E. Benage, Mr. and Mrs. M. Spencer, ,
-- -- --- -------- Miss Lona Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. W. !-=,
'NEW BOOKS AT THE SOROSIS number of years, has written a num Coryell, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Evans, !' I I IIII II ] ; i WI il ''III '-
LIBRARY ber contributor of short to stories the magazines.Tho and is a.frequent Mr.Evans.and Jr.Mrs., Mr.W.Paul W. Wells Evansand, Mr. James Miss :II lm I ']!IMIH'lmlll'I i i OOI, \\I\llllij\II\Ii\III'lmll II \ llllmilllmll'IIIII I\I\ :!, I !II I IW IIII Ilr llillll II II'11mJI, III i! III''!II IIIIIII'l : ,,1 OOI llllm i :' 111111''ii !': I I II :

Among the recent books purchasedfor Sorosis club is constantly add Dena. Evans. --
the Sorosis library are "The Prec- ing to its library, and another order WILL BEGIN WORK ON NEW 1 I i VICTOR STARBUCKHAS POEM MUSIC AT TOURIST ROOM TONIGHT
ipice," by Elia W. Peattie; "The Dark for late books, both fiction and non- CAPTAIN LUTHER STILL ILL FRONT FOR MERCK'S IN THE "FORUM"
; Flower," by Galsworthy "The Abys- fiction, will be received soon. I ....-
mal Brute," by Jack London, and Capt John F. Luther, who was Architect Murry S. King has be- "The Cry of Women," a poem writ- The Orlando orchestra will play at
"Sandy," by S. R. Crockett; and as ED. DANN SERIOUSLY ILL stricken with paralysis a few days I gun work on the drawings for the ten by Victor Starbuck, and read before Tourist Headquarters this evening.
all are from the pens of well known ago, is still critically ill with little new front for Merck's drug store, the delegates of the Florida Federation The members of the orchestra are:
writers, they will doubtless be in con- Mr. Edward Dann is seriously ill. change for the better noticeable. His I j which is to be built during the sum I of Women's Clubs held here I,F. N. Boardman, Dr. F. C. Boardman,
stant demand. "The Precipice" has He was seized recently with an attack son, Charles Luther, of Beaufort, mer. The building was recently pur- I last November, has appeared in the Harry Newell, E. H. Westover, Frank
k excited much comment from the book of pneumonia believed to have S. C., is with him. chased by Mr. S. Y. Way, and the I April issue of the "Forum." This Allan, Dr. L. H. Ramsdel, E. S.Keyes,
reviewers, and its author, Mrs. Peat- been contracted on a recent hunting improvement determined upon at that magazine is one of the foremost literary Mrs. Mooney.
' tie is the editor of the literary department trip. At last reports last night he SEED! SEED! SEED! time. It is to be a marble front with publications in this country and
Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
:fpf the Chicago Tribune. was breathing easier, but no great Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-cf tile floor, and other changes which Mr" Starbuck has been honored by its Sentinel want advertising intro-
Mrs. Peattie, who has been actively I improvement otherwise was noted i in will greatly add to the attractiveness acceptance of several of his poems duces you to your possible buyers-if '
engaged in newspaper work for a his condition. I Try. the Sentinel Job Department. 1 of that part of Orange avenue. within a few months. you have property to sell.

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