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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 8, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe

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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1914. NUMBER 49.

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iTINERARY MAPPED om GOV.G V GlYNN REFUSES[ [S T 10 GRANT F LUSU H WITH V VICTORY T Y OSCARUNDEROODCOMESTO O I W MfN'S VOTES I[ T TURN TIDE WIll ADVERTISE f f FOR BIDS ON N NB !' mrlS NATIONAL BANK


G GUNMEN[ STAY OF f [x IECUTION[ I [ [ T lAN AGAINST T SALOONS IN IlllNmS B BONDS AND f FOR R ROADS A S


fOR CONGRESSIONAL I --- I II I'i IS HIGHEST BIDDER FOR _

Says It Would Be Improper Use of Cause of His Visit Is the Critical' Take Lively Interest in Elections but County Commissioners Devote Much

i CAN1DATES! the Executive Power to Illness of Mrs. Under I I i Fail to Elect Candidates of Time to Consideration of CITY PAVING BONDS S

Grant Reprieve I wood's Father I II Their Own Sex Road Matters



SPEAKING WILL BEGIN THE Albany, N. Y., April 7.-Special.( ) I Flush with victory in Alabama, Chicago, April 7.-(Special.)- The county commissioners will advertise PURCHASES THE SECOND

FIRST MONDAY IN MAY -"I am convinced that it would be a where he defeated Capt. Richmond P. Thousands of newly enfranchised for bids for the $600,000 ISSUE OF ORLANDO SECURITIES -

AT ST. CLOUD IN gross miscarriage of justice to grant > Hobson in Monday's primary for women of Chicago went to the polls bonds bearing interest at 5 per cent

commutation, and an improper exercise -I United States senaor, Oscar Under- today and voted on partisan lines, and at the same time will ask bids IX LESS

OSCEOLA COUNTY of the executive power to grant wood will arrive in Orlando today. helping to defeat eight out of nine for the building of the brick road THAN A YEAR

reprieve." I "The mission which calls the Democratic independent aldermanic candidates, system, for which half a million of

t IQ these words Gov. Glynn tonight leader to this city is entirely and failing to elect but one of nine the amount will be expended.This .

CAMPAIGN 10 GLOSS l [ ATKEYWST[ pronounced the final" sentence of death"I'I' personal, however. Mrs. Underwood's candidates of their own sex, and returning was the conclusion reached MONEY N[{ A AVAILABLE V l[ AT ANY TIME

upon "Dago Frank, "Gyp the Blood, i father, Mr. J. H. Woodward, has been a Democratic majority to the yesterday after a rather lengthy session .

"Lefty Louie," and "Whitey Lewis,"I critically ill for several days. Mrs. city council' of the commissioners in considering -

J LAST WEEK IN MAY WILL BE convicted of the murder of Rosenthal. I Underwood has been constantly with Returns indicate the tremendous road matters. OFFER OF $100,100
ACCEPTED
ALLOWED FOR CANDIDATES This means that the four gunmen i her father during his illness and the interest which women took in the Engineer G. R. Ramsey, who made
t must go to the electric' chair during fact that he better has aldermanic but failed the AS BEST BID FOR BOND IS-
TO CLOSE UP PERSONAL I grows no campaign, to preliminary survey of the roads
the week beginning next Monday. I caused the gravest apprehensions. show a single final result in which and established grades, was engagedby SUE VOTED RECENTLY

CANVASS OF THE Warden Clancy of Sing Sing was i Before leaving Birmingham yesterday women had turned the tide of senti the commissioners to have supervision FOR STREET IM-

DISTRICTAt phoned to prepare the murderers for Mr. Underwood gave out the following ment expressed by the vote of men. of the contract. Mr. Ramsey PROVEMENTThe
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execution. statement: The failure of the women to support presented to the board a form of con

a meeting of the campaign committee I "I am more than pleased with the women candidates is one' of the surprises tract to be accepted by the contractor People's National bank was

of the Fourth Congressional result of Monday's election. It looks of the election. who engages to build the roads, and yesterday awarded the bond issue of

District held at Sanford yesterday,an JURY y D DOES[S NOT T lEAVE[ [ BOX T TO D like a 30,000 majority. My friends Reports from the battlefields of I this was approved by the commissioners $100,000 voted by the freeholders of

itinerary was adopted for the candi and the Democrats of Alabama de wets and drys all over ,the state indicate after having been passed upon I Orlando several months ago for more
REACH DIVORCE R E VERDICTS
dates for congress from this districtto serve all the credit. I take none of a sweeping victory for the by the attorney for the board, Mr. brick streets.

follow in joint debate of the is- -- the credit to myself. I do, however, anti-saloon leagues. The women'svote Carl B. Robinson. The
bond trustees met Monday at
feel that the result justifies my contention was the determining factor in Bids for construction of the roads
r Atlanta Divorce Mill Grinding ----- noon to consider bids for the issue,
sues.The Away
that a man's duty is to stayon instances. Over and will be
adoption of an itinerary was many over again opened by the board May 12, but delayed the award because one of
and Many Tired of Wedlock the job and attend to business. the returns showed that where and
in accordance with a resolution a majority passed upon before the bids for the bidders, A. J. Hood & Co.. of Detroit
passed by the district committee at Are Released "I desire to express my gratitudeto of men voted for saloons, women the purchase of the bonds are consid had failed to enclose a certified
the people of Alabama for their voted against. All the
the New Smyrna meeting held March over ered.The check of $2,500shich was required to
23 upon petition of several of the Atlanta, Ga., April 7.-It's Reno splendid support. I renew my pledge state the fight was keen and bitter. purchase of a brick testing ma I: be submitted with the bids. The bid

candidates.The week in the superior court. Om( to stay on the job and do all in my Intense interest was shown every- chine was ordered, and other preliminaries of Hood & Co. was the highest bid

hundred and thirty-two married power to conserve the interess of all where. looking to the early beginningof received that
campaign committee in con pr- at time, and the trustees
the people of Alabama and the nation road
sidering the subject decided it wouldsimpl sons are asking for divorces-and, as construction in Orange county deemed it wise to communicatewith

y matters to begin the speak tho cases are not being fought, the were started in motion. that firm to see if the check had

ing campaign at one extreme end of chances are that they will all get Hobson's StatementMr. BURNS U N Will BE f IN NO H HURRY Y T TO been l left out in error. They received
Hobson also made a statement.

the other.district The candidates and conclude had it been at con.the them.An air of carnival pervaded Judge He said: MAKE NIS REPORT T GUILLOTINE[ [ERECTED[ [ BY R REBEL[ S a that telegram they did from not send Hood certified& Co. saying checks

"Please to the interests
suited as to the time for commencingthe Ellis' court room as the divorce mill say liquor with bids outside their own state.
of America that we have only begun T TO [EXECUTE x[ T[ PRISONERS N[
campaign, and all agreed with started grinding early Monday morn This eliminated the bid from consid
to fight; that the work we have done Says That Solicitor Dorsey and Other
the exception of one candidate, Mr. ing.Fair I eration. The bid of Hood & Co. was
L'Engle, that the speaking should be- would-be divorcees, happy i in can never be undone; that we will Court Officers Must Be Con i for $100,556.

gin along about the first of May. the knowledge that their husbandsare meet them again on the battlefield of vinced by Story Instrument of Death Made Famous in i I, The bid of Sidney Spitzer & Co.,
Alabama and hundred other bat
Hence the first Monday in May was making no efforts to keep themin on a French Kmlutlon: Makes of Toledo, was par and accrued inter-

chosen for tho opening date, and St. chains of Hymen, thronged the tlefields; that we expect under God's Atlanta Its i carearan est to date of
providence to',be in the battle when Ga., April 7.-William J. delivery, provided the
Cloud, in Osceola county, was select- benches, decked in spring finery, the Burns, the detective, has again trustees would allow $4,750 for attorne"s' -
ratifies the
ed as the place for the first }, nt de- waiting for the verdict of the accommodating thirtysixth'state foes, blank bonds and
Hobson resolution placing national strongly intimated that his report Juarez, Mexico, April 7.-The guillotine l other ex-
bate. The division jury which would set them
of time and the
will not Leo :M. Frank the has made penses.
prohibition in the constitution of the name as its appearance in i
order candidates of the speakers was left for the free.Before the Unied States. It will be a fight to murderer of Mary Phagan. Mexico, and a new form of executionconfronts Cutter, May & Co., of Chicago, of-
themselves to determine. court began at 10 o'clockth
the bitter end and I look for success. Discussing the report yesterdaymorning enemies of the constitutionalists fered par and accrued interest from
The speaking in each will y were crowding into the build-
county be
The fight has just begun." Mr. Burns said: "I am not in San Luis Potosi, it was the date of the bonds to the delivery
in charge of the district committeeman ing. The elevator man had the hardest
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Representative Hobson was asked going to hurry my report-for it is i learned today. At Conception del thereof, less the sum of $2,700 as allowance -
for that of his life
day hoisting the
county.
crowds of freedom-seekers if his statement meant that he pro-I extremely important to the defend Oro a guillotine has been erected by to cover cost of lithographing -
The candidates who agreed to to the ant, and it is also rebel and
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participate third floor. posed to return to Alabama and make extremely important mechanics in the corps commanded other expenses.

t' in the debates are Messrs.W. "All out for Judge Ellis' the fight against Senator Bankhead I that the report will be such thatit by Gtn. Eulalio Gutierriz. The State Bank u_ of__ Orlon_n_.._A_ t\ffore_.._.__
H. Malone, of Koy West; AlbertW. court will convince Solicitor Dorsey and who is now here
conferring with Car- $25-000
for election to the United States sen- upon delivery of the bonds
he !
called
,
room the first
Williamson and EL Elmo W. Acos- on trip. the court""Then ranza.
and
ate. $75,000 in three certificates of
ta. both of Jacksonville, and W. J. "All Nobody'moved.out for Reno he cried in I "Sufficient unto the day is the evil you think :Mr. Dorsey needsto Already the new instrument has deposits payable in three, six and
Sears, of Kissimmee. "
Congressman spired. thereof," was his quoted reply. bo convinced? he was asked. been tested and the general says "it nine months, respectively, from date

L'Engle replied to the reauest of the walked I "He certainly does," replied the de works splendidly." The test was of delivery, the bonds to be dated
Everybody out. Since that
committee for suggestions'
concerningthe I tective."If made with a lamb as the victim. April 1, 1914.

remain itinerary in Washington by saying that during he would the magic trip, "All words time.out that for emptied Reno"vere the elevator the-i SPANISH H REFUGEES[ [[S ARE EXrllOI [ [ then why Dorsey not needs just name to be Conley convinced as, Desire the appearance for revenge of is the responsiblefor guillotine submit The People's a bid until National yesterday bank, and did not offered -


campaign. The every first case consumed five min I I FROM MEXICO BY VillA the murderer?" was the next ques- in Mexico. Gen. Gutierrez's brother- as stated, par and a premiumof

The itinerary as adopted by the tion.The in-law, Jose Morales, was killed some $100, and agreed to place the

committee, composed of Judge Bert utes.Five minutes for the evidencethefirst I detective laughed. "You are time ago in a battle against the federals money to the credit of the bond trus-

Fish, DeLand; Mr. Jos. Whitner, San- took than Train Load of Spaniards and Federal trying to get a newspaper sensation- near Saltillo. The family of tees at once.
case naturally longer
ford, and Mr. J. H. Reese, Orlando, he said. Morales including an infant The city forward with the
usual, as the machinery of the court Prisoners on Way to Juarez daughter may go
had not begun working smoothlyand From Torreon Burns indicated Monday that his and Gutierrez's sister, were living brick paving now as quickly as the
report might be delayed until the end in Saltillo.!
The
ten seconds for the verdict. federal commanderarrested arrangements can be made. It is understood -

St. Cloud-Monday, May 4. The jury does not leave the box. of the week. the relatives of Gutierrez, that brick men will be in

Kissimmee-Tuesday, May 5. After the divorce juries have been at Chihuahua, April 7.-(Special.)- "About the report I will say only placed them aboard a troop train andsent Orlando within the next day or two,

Orlando-Wednesday, May 6. it for a day or so, they generally de- A special train made up of five pas- this," he remarked, "that I will stick them to San Luis Potosi. The and as soon as the commissioners can
Sanford-Thursday coaches, a baggage car, eight right on the job until it is completed. died the
May 7. vise a set of signals, to be used in senger baby of exposure on the way get brick on the ground work will
Deland-Friday, May 8. complicated cases. For instance. freight cars and a caboose, carryingsix I have already spent more time thanI and nothing is known of the fate of begin on tho extension of the paved

Palatka-Saturday, May 9. thumbs up means alimony; down, hundred and twelve Spanish ref- would like in Atlanta and other the other members of the family. 'i streets.

Green Cove Springs Monday, May none; two fingers up, children to the ugees and one hundred and sixty-five matters are waiting for me, but I From stories told by rebels this i is I The bond issue purchased by the
11.: federal prisoners, which left Torreonat shall stay right here until it is over."
only of
wife; down, to the husband. In simple one the many cases where the People's National yesterday is the
2 o'clock this morning, passed While the-important work of Burns and children second issue
women of
Jacksonville-Tuesday. May 12.. cases, where separation is all that I of rebel officers Orlando bonds purchased -
St. Augustine-Wednesday,May 13. is asked, a nod or shake of the head I I through Chihuahua shortly after noon 'and his agents on the case is said to : have been taken from Saltillo by the by that institution within a
today on its way to the border. be completed, there are said to be federals and sent to other year. In June of last
that
P Hastings-Thursday, May 14. does it. A nod is always in order, cities and year bank
I Unless delayed the train should several minor matters requiring time. to horrible purchased she first
f Daytona-Friday, May 15. as the cases are not contested. supposedly fates. It is half of the sew-
New Smyrna-Saturday, May 16. I should reach Juarez before midnight. In addition the report, when it is i said that in some cases the womenhave I erage bonds and in October pur-

f Titusville-:Monday, May 18. CHARGES AGAINST POLICEMANNOT :: The federal prisoners on board are finally' made public, will be quite a been given to the federal sol chased the other half, the total issue
being taken to Juarez to be enrolled voluminous document, the actual writing
Fort Pierce-Tuesday, May 19. SUSTAINED diers. being $140,000. The issue of $100-
in Villa's brigade of the constitutionalist j of which will require considerable Gen. Gutierrez 000
West Palm Beach-Wednesday,, says he will leave I purchased yesterday adds that

May 20.Fort The Sentinel yesterday failed to army. I time.While Juarrez in two or three days to re figure to the previous investment
4 Lauderdale-Thursday state that the The Spanish refugees presented a Mr. Burns still expects to sume his campaign against San Luis made by this bank in Orlando securi-
May charge against Police
interview with the
an
arrange
pitiable spectacle. Men were dejected negro Potosi. ties.

4 21. man Broome for using profane language and the women were in tears. They Jim Conley through Attorney Wil "My outposts are within eight kilometers Chairman E. G. Duckworth of the
Miami-Friday, May 22. while on duty was not sustained liam M. Smith, he said he would not
were permitted to bring much personal of the capital of that state bond trustees last night
Key West-Saturday, May 23. and he was reinstated. Mr. take the expressed
baggage. The Spaniards being up matter Monday. and I
Broomt is generally regarded are expect to capture the place this satisfaction that the bonds had been
as a expelled under Article 33 of the time. Fourteen thousand sold at
men a premium and that
splendid officer, and his friends had are a local
INVITATIONS ISSUED TO BIG Mexican constitution undesirable; e DEMOCRATS IN MASSACHUSETTS under arms in the state and I can bank had bought them.
confidence
every that he would notbe I
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR SUPPER required to forfeit his place on citizens. send them all against the city. And I The fact that the bonds sold at a

the force. when I have taken it I hope to find premium to a local institution is probably -

SUFFRAGE QUESTION UP AGAINUashington Boston, Mass April 7.-Special.( ) my sister and her family If they the best testimonial that Orlando -
Invitations have been issued to the
-Complete returns from the special have been mistreated the guillotine is could show the world
big dinner reception and dance to be NO HOPE FOR SOUTHERN CROSS that her
April 7.-Special.-( ) election in the twelfth Massachusetts s ready for action." securities are gilt edge and that
;given by Olivette Commandery, St. Johns,' N. F., April ( an
7.-spe-1 The chairman of the committee on congressional district to fill the va Orlando bank has for the second
Knights of which Mr. S. A. time
)
Templar, cial-The steamship
equal suffrage today reported favor cancy caused by the resignation of COMMISSION FORM DEFEATED within less than a year given such
Johnson is eminent commander. The which has
arrived
just in this port, ably the Bristow woman suffrage res James Curtey, recently elected mayorof IN KANSAS CITY substantial evidence of belief in Or-

event is to take place Thursday even- reports she sighted a wreckage, con olution, thereby bringing it up againfor Boston, James A. Galli Kansas City, Mo., April 7.-(Spe- lando's future.
ing of next week at the armory, and sisting of timbers, planks and
oars action by the senate. van, been elected by cial.)-The commission
form of Mr. F. H. Hoehler of the
bond

is government
to be given in honor of the grand thirty-five miles southeast of Cape Sh'that
{ lodge officers It is five : over his Republican under the standard of W. R.i brokerage firm of Hoehler & Cummins -
feared
of the Masonic frater- Spear. that this report
nity in Florida. THE WEATHER opponents. Nelson, owner of the Kansas City of Toledo, who was in the city
About four hundred indicates a total loss of the "South-
Florida: Local rains Wednesdayand Star, and C. A. Burton, independent yesterday, said that Orlando the
invitations was
have Cross with her
been issued. ern crew of 173. The
probably Thursday, except generally BASEBALL RESULTS candidate for mayor. was beaten to only city he knew of which had sold

l 4 Talk about government steamer "Kyle" and the fair in extreme south portion; South Atlantic League day by 10,000 majority by Democrat five per cent. bonds at and above par.
bargains-Curtis k ice patrol steamer "Seneca" have given colder Wednesday in northwest Charleston 4 Savannah 2. Henry L Jost
r O'Neal will portion Democrat, was reelected :Most cities having five per cent.bonds
' tissue' toilet ciTe you 4 ten cent silk up all hope for the safety" of the ; colder Thursday in central and Macon 11. Columbus 4. mayor. The Republicans ran for sale were glad to sell them, he

paper for 25 cents. missing "Southern Cross. east portions. Columbia 16) Albany 2. third and Progressives last. said, at a figure below par.r. .

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prices. Receipts of lettuce
It is a national undertaking, de- and other spring vegetables from FOR SALE OR TRADE MIMMI tl.I..IIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIII..
termined upon by congress and authorized scattered points farther north did not MtMltMimMIII4MH MtlMmillillliiimilMMMIilMimOrlando
,- by the president of the affect the market to any great extent. Two high-grade young Jerseys that :
and despite these arrivals, prices are native milch cows. Free milk-
United States.. It will exhibit the resources -
and : Bank &
showed considerable of an advance. ers perfectly gentle. Trust CoAt
3 achievements of the peo- Tomatoes were in liberal receipts One 8-y'ear-old horse. Works sin- .
ple of the earth, and will representan but fancy stock was very scarce and gle or double and an extra good one :
outlay of about eighty million dol fancy: Florida tomatoes sold up as under the saddle. Not afraid of. the Close of Business March 27, 1914
high as $3.50. The bulk of the best train or auto.
lars. This will be the "last .
exposition One light, two-horse har- :
offerings ranged around $2@3, with wagon RESOURCES
word" in expositions. It celebratesan poor stock lower. A great many of .
event of world importance. the the; tomatoes coming were green and ness.One light top buggy and harness : Loans and Discounts . . . . .$375,648.96

completion of the Panama canal, the then; again much of the stock showed good as new. I Overdrafts . . . ... . . 1,459-31
black Will sell at a bargain for cash or I
greatest physical accomplishment in Lettuce spots.was in good demand and first class security. Will trade for : Stocks and bonds . . . . .. 26,018.33Real

R .history, and one that will affect the receipts moderate. Extra fancy let- anything of equal value.W. I Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . 26,437.37

.w: commerce of all the world and the relations tuce sold up to $3.50ith the general H. GRAESER, I Cash on hand and In banks . . . 428,721.62
Formosa Post Office :
range down to $3.
of all peoples. No celebrationof
Iwk. ,
The arrival of peppers was light
the event would be adequate un- and wanted, prices ranging from $858,285.59

less it surpassed in dignity and grandeur 350425.( ) NOTICE LIABILITIES
V and importance affair Florida cabbage was in fair demand 1
any previous at $2.25, and squash in light Change of Schedule Clyde St. : Capital stock . . . _.' . . .$100,000.00
of its kind. It is with this fact
V receipt and ranged from $3@3.25.( ) Johns River SteamersUntil Surplus and undivided profits . . 32,628.54
in view that I call the attention of I
:t Good eggplants moved actively at further notice the steamersof I Due to Banks . . . . . . 230.00
the people of Florida to the impor- 2503.50( ) and the demand for beans .
tance of taking the advantage of her was good at from $4@5 for fancy. this line will leave Sanford at : Re-Discounts . . . . . . None

Good telephone peas also brought 11:30 o'clock a. m. Bill Payable . : . . . None
opportunity of placing herself in line @5, but small stock sold down to N. M. TUPPER, SuptJ. f

I :.f with all of the other states. We have $1.50@2.50. B. CALDER, Agent. Deposits . . . . . . 725,427.05
been assigned one of the largest lots. Celery was coming from most all
parts of the state. Twelve inch crates Sanford, Fla., March 26,..1914.ORLANDO : .
Now, my good people, we can not $858,285.59
afford to let this chance pass with- I

out our consideration. I shall visit .IliilMMHIIIIIIIIHIilHIHIIIiMMittliltltilllfi. I I Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

the other counties and call on them Deposits March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05
ii for their share of the mighty dollar

that it will take to do the work.I Increase in 23 days . . \ . . 75,94214

i{ Space will n<5t allow me to say all O WASHINGTON A i Deposits, March 27, 1913 . . . . 591,149.61

I there is to say at one time, for there Deposits, March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05
are volumes of talk on in Florida.

The press is doing a lion's share now DRAWING ROOM Increase over last ).ear. . . . . Iu4,277o44 .'
: : in putting this before you.
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M. M. SMITH PresidentW.
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C. K. POMEROY,
Commissioner Panama Exposition, SLEEPING CARVIA M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier '

3 z t? San Francisco, 1915. Directors

I
M. 31. Smith, W. )(. Davis, E. H. McNeill
: HUGH ALLEN HAS FINE LOT OF R. L. Hyer, James A. Knox, H. L. Beeman, iL I

RHODES GRASS B. Long, J. W. Jackson, T. H. Evans, ,
ATLANTIC COAST T LINE E D. Lockhart, E G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs. (

'. Mr. Hugh C. Allen, superintendent ::: :: ::::::::::::" ':: ::'::::::::: ::::: ::::::: :::::::::::

, of the fair grounds, stated for the .
'-
information of the Board of Trade at OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.

last night's meeting that he had some WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES FOR SALE-At a bargain, if takenat
I once: One two-chair barber Dr. BucKmaster
4 V fine specimens of growing Rhodes AND DO ALL KINDS OF shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203
grass at the fair grounds, and invited Boone street, doing good business;
the members out to see it. Mr. Allen Tueflays J auff n SatuflayFOR J OPTICAL REPAIRING 10 acres good land just outside city Osteopathic Physician n I,
limits 125
said that the grass has been the ob- bearing orange trees,
grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines, 132 Orange Avenue
of
the
ject of much interest on part and two large pecan trees; four room 'I
the winter visitors and a revelationto house, new barn, good horse and rig, Batik
RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON Next door to People's ,
some who had no idea that such farming implements. This place is
grasses could be grown successfullyin W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. located sell near Clear lake. Owner wantsto up-stairs. Acute and chronic
on account of health. Address
Florida. W. D: WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at diseases treatedTelephone

ORLANDO, FLA. DR. L H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST 203 Boone street. 3-26-10t 578. t

x The world is growing better George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando. .-,-

there,was a time when every youth J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.MilllllllllillliliMMMIMIIMMMIIIMIIIIiUfr. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likina) Makes a W.specialty T. ENTRICAN of painting, WOOD, COAL AND
thought he ought to have a mando paper- Wood, $1.50 a strand up. H1d'l
ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
ling ORLANDO, FLORIDA I Phone 636. 1-21-lm Coal Yard, phone 566. 9.? -U




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WHO IS WJIO IN WASHINGTON the free-tolls plank in the Democratic ORLANDO MAN DRILLS FINE iljlllllMMIillltlMIIMIMflllMMJMMMIMMMMMMIMMIMMIiM I. '.
" platform of 1912, and which was WELL AT KISSIMMEE MlllllillMMitMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMIMItMMIMIIIMniMMWOW .
signed and sealed by the people of

Congressman L'Engle Always ReadyTo the United States when they placed At a depth of only three hundredand
Respond to the Call of the; representatives of that party in twenty-five feet, Contractor F.

Democracy.Mr. charge of their Government I do not Joseph Raehn, of Orlando, who is DEMONSTRATED FREE All WEEK I
have to go any further than his to drilling a new well for the city of
I! find a good, sufficient, and binding Kissimmee, struck a real gusher that
L'Engle: Mr. Speaker, by the reason to raise my voice and to cast gives forth a volume of fifteeen hun-
indulgence of the membership of this my vote against this bill, which, in dred gallons per minute, which is beyond -
. House and for this manifestation of terms so specific that no room is expectations.The .
C' human kindness and fraternal feeling left for doubt, violates that solemn new well was started several OILT
I shall always be grateful. I have contract between the people and the weeks ago by orders of the city coun-
often been excused from attendanceon party placed by them in powerI cil and is now at a depth of about

the daily sessions of the Sixty- would vote as the people of the 400 feet, but at the depth of 325 feet
third Congress since I have been United[ States instructed me to vote, yielded a flow of 1500 gallons a min-
honored by a membership in this distinguished no mater if I did violate the termsof ute. This is over three times the
body, in order that I some treaty or some contract or flow of tho well now used by the "
might devote my time to the necessary some agreement made with somebodyelse. city and the volume seems to increase
treatment that is gradually aid- When the people have had the almost daily from the new well.
ing nature to rid me of a severe and opportunity to express their will as One of the most beautiful sightsto MAXWELL HOUSE.
prolonged attack of rheumatism. The the; people of the United States had be seen is the gushing stream of
acute and painful nature of this affliction but a short while ago on this question the purest water to be found any-

has prevented me from par- ; the people can do no wrong, where in the state, at the water plantat
ticipating in the business of the and the of those
duty who truly rep- the foot of Ruby avenue.
House on the floor without great personal resent the people is to obey when Hundreds of visitors have been

I discomfiture and the imminentrisk the: people have spoken no matter viewing the well for the past week. BLEND COFFEE
of retarding the progress of my whose voice, be it individual or nation, This new well gives the city an
recovery. I have attended to my duties is raised in protest. But, Mr. Speaker ample supply of water for some years
at my office and at my home, in this question,* my conscience to come and will afford protection in
but I have always been ready, Mr. acquits me of failing in agreementwith case a big fire occurs in the business
Speaker, to respond to the call of anybody in thus obeying the section.-Osceola Journal. The World's .
Democracy, which means the rule of voice of the people of the United Best

the people, whenever my presencehas States. There is noting contained in A meeting having for its object the
been needed, whenever a quo- the; Hay-Pauncefote treaty which
rum was neded to do business, or has been paraded here as a erection and maintenance of a Young

whenever the closeness of the divi- sacred obligation binding the honor of Men's Christian Association buildingin

sion of sentiment of the House has the American people, which prohibitsus Lakeland was held in that city last
made the issue of a great public from enacting laws for the
gov- afternoon. A number of
Sunday
question doubtful. ernment of the Panama Canal which Ladies and Gentlemen are cordially
On the question now pending on favor the citizens of the United splendid addresses were made on the

which the division of the sentimentis States above those of other nations. subject. A temporary chairman and
so close as to make the defeat of a And if we choose to from invited
exempt secretary were elected and plans will to call in and sample this
great American principle probableand Panama Canal tolls the ships owned
the triumph of that great principle be formulated for the promulgationof
by citizens of the United States, instead -
possible only by the vigilance of granting direct subsidies to the movement along strong busi-

of those devoted to it, I feel it my them as other nations do, it is our ness lines. FAMOUS COFFEEAT
-_r I duty to record. what I know to be way of doing business from which we
the sentiment of the people whom I should not depart, whether that way
represent, and I have come here today meet with the favor or frown of Misfortune gets tired of chasing

. to tell you that the great ma- other nations, until we ourselves have after a hustler.
jority of the people of Florida, all determined to change it.

of whom I represent on this floor is During the last of in
score
against the repeal of the law exempt- which I have been old enough years to ob-

ing gaging:ships in of the American coastwise register trade from en- serve the upon public them affairs, I .have and to heard formjudgment a To THE WEST The Yowell- DllCkwortl1 Co. ;

Panama Canal tolls. (Applause.) great deal about the AngloSaxonbond VIASfMINOU
They are against it. Mr. Speaker be- which lies between the peopleof
cause they are in favor of assert- Great
Britain and the United
all times and with all emphasis LIMITED
ing at
States
uniting us on terms of cous- DEPARTMENT STORE
their belief that the people of the inly friendship with the En-

United States alone should say what glish nation. But this kind great of talk Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm
shall be the policy of the United has not impressed me very much, be- Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm )
States. Lv Jacksonville,Ra.,A.C.L 9:00
observation has pm
cause
my been and
The people of Florida are againstthe the cold, bare logic of passing events Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.11:10 pm Cloak and Suit Department, Second Floor 1

bill because they believe that the has proven that Great Britain is not Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am
great principle of the sovereignty of the friend of this country, except Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am 1
the United States is greater than that Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am '
when the advantages of friendship 1
1.
of any expediency for which may be lies with Great Britain. In fact, Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am ., . . .. . . . . , .. ,.:: ]
cited as a reason doing anythirgin whenever Great Britain has believed Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga._ 7:30 amr
the conduct of our public affairs. Birmingham Ala. C. of Ga.l2:05 i
that we were not strong enough to p HOTEL FOR LEASEWe IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I'I'I""I"'I'I"'I"III'II'I
Representing these people and know- resist, it was not the olive branch Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm
ing how they fee) on public questions that our English cousins came bear- Ar Jatkson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
because I know them well and keep ing, but the lion's growl that startledour Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm have a 75-room house on Lake }
myself always in close touch with ears. Great are the English Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm Erie, just 12 miles from Cleveland on .
and responsive to their sentiments, I people; they have carried law and or- Ar Carbondale, 111., I. C.12:13 am hard surface roads and trolley line.:
say to you, sir, that I would not bet der into the far corners of the earth Abundance of traffic and last year I. .-
them properly If I did ; At St. Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:05 am
representing they have never gone into a country which was the first, was decidedly
not use every means in my powerto that they have not benefitted, but Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C._____ 1:38 am successful under the management of ORLANDO
defeat this bill, which reverses the in spite of this benevolent assimila- Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:30 am the owner, who now has other business .
policy of free tolls to American tion of people who did not want to Ar Champaign, Ill, I. C.____ 4:29 am to take all his time. House is
ships through a canal built with be assimilated, Great Britain is the Ar Kankakee, 111., I. C_____ 6:20 am newly furnished, has electricity and
American money and made a world greatest bulldozer of all history. Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50 am all conveniences, bath houses, garage.

tiative marvel, of which American was indorsed brains and by ini-the around John the Bull world has seeking been rampaging whom he Solid Through Trains-Composed of arranged.Reasonable Address leasing Palmer privileges and can Palmer be- Water & Light Co. | |

f people of the United States when could scare, and forcing himself into observation, compartment, drawingroom Atlantic National Bank Building,
they last went to the polls to instruct of section, sleeping cars, and free Jacksonville, Florida. w&s.
their representatives as to their every place advantage that he reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville -
could gain Muff bluster
will. by or blood. and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand
It distresses me, as an individual, England was the bully of Europe and St. Louis. All meals in dining SWEET POTATO PLANTSI
expected to be the bully of the world
to find myself,for the first time un-
able to follow the lead of him whom and she made cut good down until, like all bullies, car.For t f kets and Pullman car reser- will pay $1.00 per thousand for ElectricityGas
was and the
the people of the United States have this people of vations, all on Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet po-
chosen as their leader by giving to to country make were the first in his- W. NEAL, City Ticket Agent, tato plants, from now until June 15th.P. .
tory good against the
him the greatest office which they bully- M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla.
or
attacks of the
ing
have to give. But as a public ser- beef-eating Bri- D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, 3-31-lm Water Ice jj
vant it pleases me to be able to raise ton.We
called this world bully down in Atlantic Coast Line,
the voice of Florida this floor
,
on Read Sentr/iet! want acts.IIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
1776. When, not satisfied with this Orlando.
even when that voice cries out
lesson, the bully felt strong enoughto
against the President of the United
States and all others in authority, come back at us, we repeated the Office
No. J8 West Central
t holding views contrary to the viewsof lesson in 1812. And from that time :--- Ave.
until this, his great world bully, this
the people of State and of
my my
bulldozer among nations this, the <

country.It was. to be expected of so greata greatest bluffer in hisory, this, the ,
most selfish nation evolved out of the Spriu
man as Woodrow Wilson that illill r rOur
!
of the human
the without sentiment direct statement is publicly from expressedthat him freedom progress, has come at us, in race diplomacyand toward Telephone No. 6 ,

with threat each time it
saw a
he will the almost
not
use unlimited ,
chance to catch us weak. It
unwary or
of his great office to
power
retaliate in future official action is not for us who, alone among nations new line for the Spring ,
have resisted British influ-
upon those who now openly oppose ence when we were few in numbersand and Summer season of 1914 is s
him upon this question. It was to ..
weak in resource to yield to Bri- Never in the his-
complete.
be expected of a man big enough to now
tish selfishness in this
fill, as he has filled it, the chair of now day of our have
of business
strength.As tory our we
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Jefferson that he would not put the
members of the great party to which to the charge that those who been able to show such a line of ;
vote to retain the free-tolls
provis- IIMIItllttttlMMIItltllllllinilllllllllllllllllllEASTER
he belongs and which has elevated ion in the law governing the Panama new and timely goods for Eas
him and them to power in the position
of selling their birthright fora Canal are recording themselves in ter selling. Our line of Dress
favor of subsidy to the HATS
mess of post offices. '\> Trust, or are granting special Steamship priv- Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery -
And it is distinction that Woodrow
a
Wilson mav be bear. and ileges to the 9,000 owners of coast- Ready-to-Wear goods and
nroudlv
wise ships and also to the argumentthat 1
notions is complete-the stylesare
one that alone will insure his fame
the old
Democratic Doctrine oispecial
as a great statesman against all the varied enough to suit
privilege to is
charges of abuse of the power of binding force to the none later superiorin instruc- the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
Reduction
that
in patronage defeat may opposition bring against rankling him, tion of the people of the United every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the Special
States for free tolls when
that he was not even suspected of so writing this in their,platform upon they Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from

mean .and petty a thing as retalia- placed the Democratic Party in the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent On all Pattern Hats from April 4th to .
tion
who
upon men voiced and voted
charge of the Government, the an- cheaper than the regular prices. :
their resentatives.conviction in the House of Rep- swer to both charges is found in the We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show April llth.USSES. '

There is but one way, Mr. Speaker, the instruction Democratic given party by the at people the same of you our line if you will call on us. .

for the people of the United States time they instructed it on he matterof

r to express their will, and that way is free tolls is no more of a special HAULM & DUNN
for the representatives of the great and to destroy all trusts. And free

political parties into which they are canal tolls is no more of a special
divided to meet in convention and privilege than that American-owned H. K f New MMIIMMMMimillM tore

adopt platform a ,written containing instrument propositions, called of a ships and should made' use possible free the for harbors their use opened Bargain I Agents for Barclay Corsets

government which each party asks by money taken out of the Public McCall's Patterns
the people to endorse by intrusting " ) .
Treasury by hundreds of mil-
it with the to them out many __ __ ___ _______ _____ ______
power carry lions more than the cost of the Pan- 4tlMIHMMIIMMIililMIIIMMtHIMMIIIIilimFor :
by selecting from among its numbers ama Canal and its operations for a
those whom the people shall delegate generation.Let iF

their inherent right to rule. Then, us maintain the sovereignty of Fare 300
when this is done, the people express the people of the United States by ta DAILY BETWEEN Sale Shoe Repairing
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their will at the polls by intrusting maintaining !
our position on regulat- ..
that party with power whose plat ing the Panama Canal. Let us car- BUffALO $(

form comes the nearest to express- ry out tho contract made in 1912 by .;. fLEVELAND I by PARCEL POSTMen's
ing the ideas : .
governmental of the the party in power' with the peopleof
majority of them. the United States, and then whenwe 8-room
Modern
No contract can be more binding have done these things, let us use Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc
e than that made between the people the great powers of this government, Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c
and the representative of the party, placed in Democraic hands by the peo- House 2 doors Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750
which they intrusted with power. No ple to who it belongs to find if
out T
Hand Turned Solu, .00
obligation can be more sacred than there is such a thing west of Wyoming -
as
a Ship
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that which binds the members of Trust, putting unjust burdens upon. Heels Repaired, 2jc a
the party so placed in charge of the the people, and to destroy it 500 feet;liradth 98 feet(inclxs;510 tuteroomi and pubis eao..od.tio61300 ptneorm. Hotel. Bar-
as quickly All work returned in hours.
Crater ia cart-larger in all proportion* ncbff is all appointment* baa "J tuuaft CIaWud.&h.LL 24
government to live strictly to the
as the Democratic majority canget I..rrv.ce Jane UtKM Orders without remittance returned -
spirit which and the letter of the platformon the' law through congress. Letus aifkent Steunm"SEEANDBEE.""Gty of Erie"ud"City of Buff-Jo" gain.A. C. 0. D. We pay
they appealed to the people, use this great power to find out return postage.
and which, by the ratification of it if there is a special privilege enjoyed Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mar ht to Dee la .

by the people at the polls becomes a by anyone to the disadvantage of Arrive Ian BdiiLt ae rlaae. 9WP.M.: LtmOtieLw: 100 P.JL

contract solemnly and knowingly en- another that we may do away withit 730L. A. Hanson
tered
into. at once. But let us not be turned Gertia.at7rnLadfaePait .ToWo.Decrai&ud aD poiata,"_aadS..thwtBaneo.d L. Bentley,
The Democratic party made such a I away from our duty to out ticket tMdimg betvm Bvbla u4 Ortlu4 in rood fortrucpOTtitiMoa our rteamen. 19 East Pine Street
contract with the I carry Aik roar tack*agcDl fig ticUt..C.&Be LiDe. Write.tat fcudMOM fllwtimted booklet foe._.
people of the the will of the people of the United 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE
Unied States when its representatives States by any cry of "wolf," by THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland, 0. ORLANDO FLORIDA i
in the
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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy PLEASANT HOLT TO WED BRIDETO COMMISSION WILL HELP BOARD I' ttlMMilliltlllllMtttlHttHlllttllltlt HittttiH ,

t BE FROM ATLANTAGet TO ERECT PUBLIC BUILDING

; a South Florida Sentinel ( W. S. Branch) On motion of Commissioner S. A.

MORNING AND WEEKLY You could never guess which Orlando your presents ready, boys. Johnson the city council yesterday

JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. l pastor it was who met one of Pleasant Holt is going to be married. i went on record as heartily approving

his old lady parishioners on Church Sure! No joke. The hitherto arrow-''the i action of the Orlando Board of Dickson-Ives Co. i

ida Entered u Second at the Class postoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando Flor- street the other day and inquired proof old bachelor has been hit and : Trade in starting a movement for the

after her health. A determined pes- hit hard. Caught with his armor-I j I erection of a public building in Orlando -

TO ADVERTISERS: simist, she replied, dolefully, "I feel proof shield lowered in an unguarded I to be used as a home for the

very well; but I always feel bad whenI moment, Dan Cupid let go an arrow 'board; and other civic organizations

t.s adrertiilnf Copy for mast display be handed"d all in at other the hand-Mt busmen feel well, because I know I am go- that found its way to the heretofore and a rest and recreation room for

afire of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. feel I tourist visitors. The council pledgad DEPARTMENTAL
the day before publication. Tide rule applies ing to worse afterwards.' adamantine heart of the well known [ [ STORE[
to changes for contract advertising; it U business man, lawyer and politician, itself to "render all the assistance in
will be adhered to.
Invariable and strictly Some of the milk sold in Jacksonville and scored. Yes, Pleasant Holt will our power."

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- shows a bacterial count of over soon forsake you all for the delights' I f The council received from St.

tinued should notify the office in writing on two million.while ten thousand is the and comforts of a home of his own | Luke's Cathedral parish a deed to a
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
rlanoo' favorite
continued at the regular subscription rates, limit for so-called "clean milk." Asa and clubland will know him no more. I small strip of land owned by the Shopping

until notice to stop is received.SUBSCRIPTION matter of public safety, there .: Sure, it's a dead secret, but you church fronting on and contained

RATES should be an ordinance compelling the can't stop the whispers of Dame within the Eola park site. The stripis

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Daily 1 Year $5.00 milk dealers to mix a small percentage Grundy, so it has leaked. And when 13 and a fraction feet in width at
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50
Daily 3 Months ...................... 125 of West Bay street whiskey with the society editor announced that she the widest point by 210 feet long.
Daily, 1 Month ....................... .50 each bottle of milk. One drop of the had a scoop every one sat up and took PLACE

w weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 liquor could be depended on to kill notice, for nary a person had even HELEN GARDNER AT THE GRANDThe
Weekly 6 Months ..................... 75 one million bacteria. suspected that the councilman had decided management of the Grand has .
a : been fortunate enough to obtain Hel- j
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1914. upon taking such a step without en Gardner in her masterpiece, "A
Bicycles, tricycles, carriages, auto- calling a caucus of his friends and Princess of Bagdad." This marvelous e r
mobiles, and about every thing on supporters to advise with him. production is in six reels and was
Orlando welcomes Oscar Underwood, shown for the first time in
on Monday
wheels, except wheelbarrows, carrya The young lady? Oh, yes! Mr.
and begs to extend its congratulations Jacksonville at Montgomery's Grandto
upon his brilliant victory.We've warning bell or tooter in the day Holt is to marry Mrs. W. H. Wishart, an overflow house at an admission ; OUR MILLINERY

time and a light in the evening. If well known in society circles in At- charge of 25 cents.

o the speed mania continues it will not lanta, Ga., and a sister of Mrs. Frank Owing to the fact that this picturewas t ,l Is worthy of more than
t been ding-donging about this contracted for before the
be long before we human machineswill Chase. of Jacksonville. Mrs. Wishart present A special attention. There is a
registering business enough. If you management took charge they are
all be obliged to wear a whistleby has been a frequent visitor in Jack- style
don't want to register you needn't. forced to show it at an advance of an individuality, an exclusiveness -
day and a search light by night. sonville and met Mr. Holt when a price. Although the contract calls
'f only found in
.
remain.o
Five days only .
for admission of 25 cents the
an owners
for our own personal protection and guest of her sister here.
o of the film have agreed to allow j the ateliers of high class
for the benefit of the maniacs. the
speed Date of marriage? You will
Oscar Underwood's Mona Lisa the management, in view of its recent .. Modistes of
Fashion's
have to ask centers.
him.-Florida'Metropolis. stand for popular prices, to ;
smile might broaden out a bit and
Florida had bettor save her moneyif charge but twenty cents. The man- Our prices, however, are
take on more mirth, now that he has
she has nothing of more universal ED. DANN VERY LOW agement earnestly desires that anyone guaged to meet the moderate
put a Maxim silencer on Cap Hobson. who attends this performance and
o interest and vital force to send to the Mr. Ed. Dann, who has been crit- is not satisfied will step to the box pocket. We voice here positively -

Panama exposition than a crude reproduction ically ill of pneumonia for several office where their money will be .
Col. Tummus will be r the
Appleyard newest of the
of old Fort Marion. That days, was reported to be sinking ata cheerfully refunded. iI new
E the most important person in Florida The management does not wish this at prices that will surely as-
might be a good fort of an advertise- late hour last night.
when Vice-President Tummus Mar extra feature confused with its regular -
ment for St. Augustine to send as a tonish those who anticipate
shall gets here. The vice-president is feature nights which are on Tues-
winter resort teaser but an exposi- Rev. F. D. Hoskins, left last night days and Fridays and will always be purchasing their Easter bon-

CoL Appleyard's own captive. tion is for the purpose of "exposing"the for his home in Hartford, Conn., after given at five and ten cents. Only I
7 o extraordinary features will be shownat
scientific, artistic and commercial having spent the winter with his son, net.We
Somebody has discovered that the a price above ten cents. feature exclusively-
resources of the country. Is an old Mr. T. E. F. Hoskins, at his beauti- Helen Gardner (Mrs. Duncan Pell)
the
sun is responsible for tango
; crumbling reminder of bloody war the ful home on Lake Cherokee.T. is a native of Orlando and is well
craze. Why blame the sun for not known to most of its inhabitants and
contribution. the grand state of "Gold Medal" and "Knox Pattern Hats"u i iMerode
being on the job for a longer period? her old friends will welcome this op-
The tango happens after sundown.o Florida has to offer the "teeming mil- S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone portunity to see her in this master-
lions" that will be at San Francisco? 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf piece of motion picture photography.
o An orchestra of seven pieces will
The city government of Orlandohas render musical .
a special program.FOR
The current number of Good House-
the courage of its convictions. It superior to the Americans, but when-
keeping has a useful and interesting
has just passed a regulation that no ever there i3 a demand for a real big REPRESENTATIVEYielding "J. Underwear
article entitled "Has Your Jelly to what appears to be the desire :
I : automobile shall stand for more than man in the commercial or mechanical of leading citizens in almost every pre- ,
Jelled? by Mrs. R. M. F. Berry for-
cinct of Orange county that one of the can-
30 minutes on one of the principal world, some smart Yankee seems to
didates to be nominated for Representativein
merly of Orlando, but now a resi-
streets. Parking must be done on the drop into the job. Furthermore, the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe
dent .of Sanford. The article tells>> from the country precincts, I hereby an-
side streets. Imagine a city councilof some of the most famous surgeons in nounce myself a ,
how to make the finest of jelly from candidate.A.
Miami with the nerve to say to the old world have made pilgrimagesto B. NEWTON.

automobile owners that they must pineapples, guavas, oranges, rhubarb, Rochester to attend the clinics of The Pleasure is ti A
berries and other fruits that have FOR COMMISSIONER
leave their machines on a side streetor the Mayos and the last meeting of T hereby announce myself a candidate for
anywhere else that does not please heretofore been practically "unjelli- the International Law association, re-election as Commissioner from District No. Yours .
ble" because of the absence of acids 3, Orange county Florida subject to the r
the owner-Miami Herald. held in Canada. was presided over by action of the Democratic primary to be held
and pectin, two jelly making necessi- June 2nd. 1914.
r o F. B. Kellogg, its president. J. L. DILLARD.
.r ties. Some one has discovered that I when wearing underwear of t, ?.
The Tampa Times twits the Senti- the citron II I '_ ___ _ ____ _h .n _.__ ____ -- Ija
common melon is rich in y : p
nel about its "prophetic" news ser- ttAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'.
pectin and by using a small amountof this make. Not only are the
vice. The Times must admit that we
it jelly "just like mother used to
haven't guessed wrong yet. Seriously make" can be made from practicallyall A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX garments knit to fit, but are 1 .

it seems the Times goes a bit out
of its way. The same day that the fruits which lack pectin and tar- finished in a style only to be
taric acid is all that needs to be THE PALMS AUTO COREO
Sentinel published the fall of Torreon
added to the sweet fruits to make found in the very best of ..un '
the New York World, with its special
them available.
MOTOR CARS
representatives in the field, publishedthe derwear.We .

same story. The fall of Torreonwas Hugh Cooper, an American, has For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a I
in doubt for and
days, many pa- been appointed consulting hydroelectric full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof
pers published the news only to con- stock all qualities and .4
engineer for the big dam that work is
All absolutely
competent repair men. our
tradict it the next day. Be fair,
the Egyptian government is about to sizes. r r
neighbor. guaranteed.
construct across the river Nile. Mr. s

o Cooper is a product of the Northwest, "
Maxwell 25 $800 Equipped in Orlando
; The Times-Union is renewing its his homo having been in Rochester, MtRODE"Vi
agitation for the turning of culls to 1
Minn., the town that produced the
profit. Orlando: was the
upon verge famous surgeons, Drs. Will and .
of capturing just such a plant as that
r. Charles Mayo, also Frank B. Kellogg,
'"' suggested by the Times-Union, but the "trust buster" lawyer who convicted THE PALMS AUTO CO
just when it seemed certain that we
the Standard Oil coirpany. Mr.
had it the wily thing eluded The
: us.
Cooper and Mr. Kellogg married sis- FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.MimMMMItMtMimiiilMMIIimilltttittfliM. 4- dY
ft'1 Times-Union is many times right. ters. The English papers insist that i i Keystone{ Winners i
[.. How much money is going to waste their
big
specialty men are equal or .
4 in culls every season can not be estimated 4IJ"

but it may be computed in

figures that spell wealth. Why this : Rompers

opportunity has not been seized by

r men who have such a keen scent for Creepers

investment otherwise is hard to understand -

." f d Overalls

o
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t tional The bank purchase yesterday by the of People's the second Na- Are You Invited : :': For Girls and Boys i j

issue of Orlando's municipal improve- ( -

ment bonds within less than a year's -c
I :; No mother should be
to wedding social affair where
a an anniversary, or some '
time is for to
cause congratulation
without these garments
the bank and the town as well. It is a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure 4 f .,,
for her children. Made of
; cause for felicitations all round that you will be interested in our display of the newest and '
r'fjol
Orlando has an institution of such best quality, fast colorings -

liberal policies. It can not be imagined ,{ most artistic designs inCUT t txy wears ranpe "too of Chambray, Rip-
.
are white,an'mme treUue.KsystoneRcunpers
that the bank makes any considerable plette, Drill and Denins.

amount of money by handling GLASS Manufactured by and Creepers, PRICES 50c. and 75c. ,
_
these bond issues, but a public spiritis !( Cleveland iVIulshill Co,) wtairghH* '

displayed in the purchase which is There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets t

not only good for the bank but is a here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.
profitable advertisement for the town. .
It shows that we have faith in our We are sure you can never find anything that would

town, and that goes a long ways toward be more acceptable.T.H.Evans. ,-.

1 helping others to believe in ito '.'.'
ur Mail r er e artrnent

j I THE PROPER SPIRIT


The issue of the St Augustine '.':;fi.;; .: Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, makeuse

Record containing the news of the J of it whenever you can. Samples or information

great fire in that city had two display cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

heads on its first page. One head Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues

announced the fire, the other the vic- We invite comparison values.

tory of good roads advocates in the e

j election on a bond. issue for that Pur- j
pose. I I the Jeweler -

One told of a temporary calamity; \

the other of a permanent benefit. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

It must have been gratifying to St. I
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Augustine citizens that the same pa-

per which told of loss and disaster, Oilandn
Ave.
carried also the glorious and inspir- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING ran e U n

{ ing news of a splendid civic achievement -,

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4 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 19140 THE MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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Admission 5 cents
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-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. a0] 00a> QDQO rt N U UAlligator

"Get It HI t llen's"
That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con i BUYS AND SELLS YOUNG CHURCH WORKERS TO

eludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- HAVE JOINT BANQUET

REAL ESTATE
; ; gine. On Monday evening a committee BagsYou

No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car from tho young people's societies of

the Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian hare those
amels, Taffies, etc. may that are left
churches met in joint session at
FRESH EVERY DAY. 11 400 acres within three the home of Miss Fanny Berry for at cost. .We do not want to carry

miles of Kissimmee, two the purpose of maturing plans for a them through the summer.
joint lanquet. I; was decided to have
; mile facing Orlando-Kis- ; the banquet on tlu evet'ng of April

simmee brick road, $20 28th at the Empire hotel. Mr. Jams SOUVENIR SPOONS
] ; ;
KANDY KITCHEN[ Burden was elected chairman of the
2UTT'S per acre if sold within meeting and toastmaster. He appointed Take one home with you. We still '

; ; 30 days. 3i4.imHMIMHIMIMMIIIIIMt assist him the: following committees to D have a good assortment left. 0- :

The home of pure home-made Candies Service committee-Miss Fanny ABALONE PEARL JEWELRY. :

Berry, Mr. A. P. Swaidmark, Miss "

Orange AvenueWADE EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUEThe Mary Branham.
Mounted in Sterling Silver-just the 1
Program committee Miss Claudia

regular meeting of the Equal DeLaney, Mr. Eugene Reid, Miss Beu- thing for those few presents, good,

HiiiiiiimiiiMi Suffrage League will be held in Unity lah Rooney, Miss Eliza Wright, and but not "
expensive.
,Chapel this morning a; ten o'clock. Mr. Jenkins Dolive. ;

Mr. C. B. Murphy, of Lakeland, was After the routine business Rev. MaryA. Much interest was evinced at the Jj

an Orlando visitor yesterday on busi- 'Safford will conduct a discussionof meeting and this is expected to be a
ness. the Florida laws which have to do great occasion for the young peopleof Allen & Co. ,
THE I Orlando, the main object of the ,
TUJfERORLANDO
Messrs. S. H. Starfield and W. S. with the women of the state. .
FLA. banquet being the launching of a district -
Lyons, of Boston, are among the late JEWELERS
organization whereby the three
I CIVIC LEAGUE MEETINGA
arrivals at the San Juan.
I call meeting of the Civic Leaguewill societies shall co-operate, thereby Prompt Repairing.
Mr. R. F. Bampton has returnedto
:Miss Ruth Hendricks is in DeLandon his home in Detroit after a visit be held,on Wednesday afternoon, adding strength to each. Everything Guaranteed
15th for the of Meeting -
April ,
a visit to Miss Lena Millar. with his mother-in-law, Mrs. MinnieR. purpose 1I
a new secretary. :Mrs. J. W. Sim- MISS SAFFORD TO SPEAK IN
Mr. :Morris Smith, of Jacksonville, Lape.
mons, who was elected to this officeat TAMPA ON SUFFRAGEThe
is in Orlando today selling "Kingan's Messrs. G. M. Jacobs, of Chuluota, the annual meeting, is unable to i i

Reliable Sliced Bacon." and E. J. Cox, of Gabriella, were serve. Tampa Times, speaking of the ,1

i Miss Nellie O'Neal has gone to among Orlando's welcome visitors forthcoming speech of an Orlando 9

Andrews, S. C., to visit with her sister -,yesterday.Mr. Mr. Will Calhoun. of Boston is woman in that city on the suffrage
Mrs. Oscar F. Watson. I Chas. P. Dow, cashier of the registered at the San Juan. question, says: 161 I! IBOIHllilltlMlimMtiiltltlliMHIilllttttlHIIlH n uJI I

Mr. and Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. People's National bank left last night Mr. J. G. Kirkland, division pas- And so it is safe'to say the day is ,

Potter, Sr., spent yesterday in town,!on a business and pleasure trip down senger agent of the Atlantic Coast approaching when Tampa women will

coming by auto from Eustis. I the East Coast. Line, with headquarters in Tampa, be suffragettes or antisuffragettes.Next .
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Denmark have week the question is likely to
Mr. Will Wolf, representing the was in Orlando yesterday on busi- Veneer J
Atlanta Paper company, of Atlanta, returned to their home at Valdosta. reach a focus. At the regular meet- Liquid

is spending the day in Orlando.Mr. I Ga., after a short visit with Miss ness.Mr,_... Runlet,. nf t. Johnbury,. VL. ing of the Tampa Woman's club a 1
Eunice Ives and'Mrs. F. T. I -- suffragette organizer, Miss Mary 0. frames
Scruggs.Mrs. I Makes old woodwork and furniture -
H. G. Seagroatt, traveling out who has bet visiting W. C. Sherman'left : ,
of Atlanta for the United Paper com- A. Mannoni arrived last even- yesterday for Tampa. :Mr. Ran- the Safford, will address the members and of. look like new 25 and 50 cents.Austin's 1
organization on suffrage woman's ,
pany, is in town on a two days busi- ing from Christianburg, Va., to see let was an old resident of Orlando .
her daughter, Miss Madeline, who has rights. Miss Safford is presi- ;1
ness trip. about thirty years ago and was instrumental -
been Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. dent of the Orlando Equal Rights ]
visiting in causing Mr. and Mrs. Bread
Mr. and Mrs. August Wilkin and league, and organizer for the state' Dog
Page for soma weeks. Sherman to locate here at that time.
daughter leave for Chicago today,
movement, which so far had its prin-
after spending the winter at. their Mrs. J. M. Ross, of 212 Ridgewood Sister Esther Carlotta, state presi- cipal source in that city. Will keep dogs in a healthy condition j
avenue left on the midnight train your
home in Gotha. dent of the Daughters of the Confed-I Miss Safford was invited to come
last night, having been called toBrooklyn'on I states positively that the annual -i 1
eracy
Mrs. A. G. Branham continues se- here by Mrs. S. L. Lowry, who was
riously ill at her home on Lucerne account of the serious U. D. C. convention will be held to have read a paper at the meeting Educator Toilet Soap
illness of her daughter. on December 2nd, instead of in :May. I
Circle, having been confined to her next Thursday on "Will the Enfranchisement -
bed several weeks. Messrs. Eli Futch and Martin She has received quite a number of of Women Make Men Less
Makes the skin smooth and white.
Glass, of Gainesville, arrived this protests from various chapters in the "
Mrs. B. Salomon, Mrs. J. Hirsch; Chivalrous? Mrs. Lowry felt that
morning by the S. A. L Mr. Glass state, who are greatly opposedto
Mrs. Nat Berman and Miss Bella very she had not the time tar prepare the
Berman spent yesterday in Sanford had bought ,a Ford here and came I the change.-Ocala Banner. paper. and suggested Miss Safford as
with Mrs. A. Kanner. down to get it. They left for Gainesville -,! Among the popular transportation her substitute.

: going by way of Sanford. people making Orlando their head- THE SANITARY GROCERY
Mrs. Bell Rodgers, who spent the
Mrs. Jno. A. Head will leave to- quarters yesterday was Mr. L. H. D. JUNIOR AUXILIARY TO GIVE
winter season at Duke Hall, left last
morrow for Washington. C., to Baker, of the Clyde Line. He was LAWN FETE
week for Philadelphia. She will 1 e- CARUTHERS & GORE
turn next winter. attend the national D. A. R. conven- distributing advertising relative to The members of the Junior Auxiliary -
tion, and will then to her hom in the St. Johns river route. The steamers
:
go -
Mrs. John Potter and son, William, of the Cathedral Darish are to Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Illinois. Mrs. Head has engaged a "City of Jacksonville" and "Osce- I
hold a lawn fete at the home of Mr.
of Pittsburg, Pa., who are spending I I I 1
a few weeks in Eustis, visited friends!!i room for next season at Duke Hall. ola" now sail from Sanford to Jack- and Mrs. A. Haden, on the Wednesday I

in town yesterday. I I I I Mrs. E. W. Davis left yesterdayI sonville. daily, except Sunday, at 11:30a. I after Easter, April 15th, from 3 CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.uMiiiiiiiiiiitimtiiimtrttiitttttimmiiii.
I I afternoon to attend the meeting of m. to 6 p. m. A small entrance fee will !
Miss Nan Wood, who has been the
4 the state delegates of the Order of Unity Circle will meet as usual be charged, and the children are planning '"
attractive guest of Mrs. F. D. Carr(
i Eastern Star. Mrs. Davis is a mem- Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, in various ways to ontertain --
on North Orange avenue, has returned -
ber of the Ocala chapter, which will in Unity Chapel. Mrs. Sherman will their ptarons. It is hoped that many
to her home at Brookline.Mrs. .
''have ten representatives at this gath- be in charge of the program. All in- friends who wish to encourage thes
R. M. Clark, who spends all ering. terested are invited to attend. "juniors"' in their work for missions,

of her winters here, left yesterdayfor I :Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tiedtke and The Woman's Missionary Societyof will aid the success of this affair by

her home at Vineyard Haven,'daughters, :Misses Alice, Martha, the Mthodist church met with :Mrs. their presence next Wednesday after
Mass. Capt. Clark will remain herea
Frances and Florence left yesterdayfor W. E. Gore Monday, April 6th. Therewas noon.
while longer.
their home at Toledo, Ohio. This a good attendance and several
was the first winter spent in their items of business were discussed and Opening of Piano Studio April 15th.
CLOTHINGWe beautiful home on Hillcrest avenue, committees'appointed to attend to For particulars address Mac Tall-
have just received a shipmentof which insures their early return next same. :Mrs. J. M. Rush was chosenas man Care Grand Theater, or Phone
I. No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m.
Schloss Bros. fine suits for men. fall. delegate and Mrs. Jas. L. Giles alternate 4-3-lm.
.
Also "Lord Baltimore" brand for to the missionary convention i

boys' suits. Also large stock of Eat what you want to be held in Jacksonville April 25thto DANCE AT RUSSELL'S POINT I
p Palm Beach and mohair suits. Buy Eat all you want. 29th. Thursday Evening, April 9th.
Take a postscript and forget it. A cordial invitation to all. Ladies
your clothing from us. For sale by all druggists. free. Gentlemen 50 ctnts. Good mu-
4-6-2t W. M. SLEMONS. l-7-d&w-lyr Get the Sentinel want ad habit. sic and a good time. Conveyance opposite 9UID P,41N
postoffice, Jones' auto bus, fare %
10 cents each. 4-6-3t
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Eat what you want.

At The Lucerne Eat Take all a you postscript want and>forget it. I *
Today"Strangers For sale by all durggists. \\ 1t /
l-7-d&w-lyr ........

.Rubber Stamps made to order at : 1J
Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. WHITE _

from Nowhere," a one reel Solax. WARREN PAINT COLOR CO. i


"Man and Woman," a very strong two reel Ramo. Good Wood $1.50 CHICAGO NASHVILlt

Better Wood $2 and $2.25

"The Battle Of Who Run," a Keystone comedy, featuring Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75

Mabel Normand. A. L. BECK LUMBER CO.
This won't last long,

"Fred's I. 0. U." a one reel Apollo. .'-. ,;' Stock up while you can. I Kiln Dried Lumber and Building Material


"Just Hard Luck," a one reel Komic. Orlando Wood Yard Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. 'J

Six good Reels. 104 W. Pine St. -------- ------ -- .-,

BARGAINS .
OSTEOPATHYDR. IX SECOND HAND
B. W. KINGSIET, Proprietor CARS FOR QUICK SALE <

One 1912 Flander's Roadster ...$273
J. C .HOWELL One 1912 Flander's Tearing car 275 '
Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment Oe 1913 Krit Roadster .........350
LUTHER THE FLORISTCut One 1913 Krit Touring car .... 375
house
for
No extra charge treatment One 1912 Haynes .............700
Balcony: 5 Cents Flowers Telephone connections One 1913 Oakland Roadster .... 500
Office cor. Orange and Central Avea. One 1913 Cadillac, passenger .1100
ROSES, VIOLETS, One Cadillac Truck .. ........ .. 750 "':
Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. All cars in splendid condition. :1
CARNATIONS, PANSIES, Buy your garden seed from Delaney Agent for Lozier cars. ;.1
& Abernethy. Just received a KLOEPPEL MOTOR CAR CO. ,
11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 J t IU 1.1>'I POTTED, PLANTS big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf Jacksonville, Fla, Phone 4787
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TOMATOES IN TRAIN LOTS MOVING PEOPLE'S WANTS We insure your life and loan you

OUT OF FLORIDA money on real estate at 6 per cent
MAY BEES-AN ESSAY interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

By Claude L'Engle Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. Louisville Nashville R. B.
:Miami, Fla., April 6.-East Coast MUNNIMAKERSNotices 325d&wtfFOR

shipments have assumed a steady Dont't Get Stung- el Lost Wanted For Sale For RENT OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
stride and the output is comparatively Rent etc, for this column. 25c for one day
May bees are good little in 60c for three days or ILOO for one week for Five room house. kitchenette and
The weather to the CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
heavy. up sects 25 words or less. Money must accompany bath, electric lights; by the year or
first of last week, generally has beena the advertisements fer this column as no month; partly furnished. See owner, INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,
little dry, retarding the develop But they don't fly in June insertions will be made on credit 403 S. Lake street, A. M. Callis. GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.

In the June primary- 4-5-3t
ment of new buds on the tomato FOR SALE a
- Don't waste time on May SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.

plants in some sections. The toma- bees. An elegant modern home; four bed FOR SALE-Complete set of house- Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm I Jacksonville ............ 8:05
toes now set are maturing into a rooms; two bath rooms; gas and electricity hold furniture. Will sell cheap. Call Ar. Knoxville .............12:00 n'n Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 pm am
and clean fruit and into the Some other man may be-all throughout; fruit trees and, at 208 East Robinson avenue. 453tFOR Ar. Lexington .............. 6:40 pm I Ar. Birmingham ...........12:10 n'n
plump go right for in Congress flowers. 509 East Central avenue. Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... T:40 pm
packing house in good condition. you ; Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35
Some other man may be in' 215tf. RENT-Five room cottage. Apply Ar. Detroit ................. 7:45 am Ar. St Louis .............. 7:40 am am
There has been a large acreage of line with De Mrs. McDade, 307 Broadwayavenue. Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38 am
late in sections and progressive 4-1-lw Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
; planting some ex- FOR SALE Ar. Indianapolis ............ 7:00 am DIXIE FLYER
" press shipments should continue into mocracy. Narsery stock, one, two, three and Ar. Chicago ........;...... 7:10 am
";. June. Some other man may be four year old buds; Foster Early, FOR RENT-Six room house, fur- DIXIE LIMITED I Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
able to think for the people Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- nished, modern improvements; also The fastest train to the West I Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:60 am
The heaviest shipping on the East Navel. Address Mrs. M. furnished rooms. Apply Sentinel of- Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am I Ar. Chattanooga ...........12:00 n'n
Coast is centered in the terri- after election, ington Kahla fice. 4.1-1w Ar. St Louis .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
now But may be some other man Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm I Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 am
tory south of Miami. In this section,
. won't. FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house
: which is about 30 miles long. there is FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. garden and farm land, on Conway Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L & N. Diners. No Better
And may be you'll get For rent three suite for I Dining Car Service in this
now moving about 40 car loads per room light clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. Dirt. Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast No Dust or ,
stung fooling with him. housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm.L. .
day. The quality of the tomatoes in Cory ell, 201 Concord Ave. west, 3-20-lm-d&w SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED u solid through train with dining cars, v
You know that Claude coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleve.land
this section
is excellent.
L'Engle is NOT a be Orlando, Fla. %3-31-tf and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapid Mondays and The sdars. Direct
The section between :Miami and may ; FOR RENT-Two paces connections to Toledo Detroit Pittsborg Buffalo. t
You know that he..will DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE
FLYER solid through trains to
FOR in store at No. 9 W. Church are Chicago
7 Fort Lauderdale is now closing its SALE-Bargains improvedand our street. with coaches, dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation sleeper
. shipping season, though there will be think and act for you, unimproved land. See S. S. Come in and we will show you. Pierce through to St LOTUS on Dixie Limited, over 5 hours fastest and only one
Because he is now in Con- Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm Electric Co. 3-29-tf night outMONTGOMERY
..- a considerable movement on into ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily and connecting .
: gress doing this very thing. sleepers to Chicago.
May. There will be some late ship-

, ;. ping'at Hallandale, Ojus, Dania, Ful- When you can get a sure MiHiiitHHiHimitnmtttifttitifHittititnmOne For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.

ford, Arch Creek and Little River. thing C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway,
Don't risk the best chance 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
The vegetable section lying be-
2-26-eod-2m
tween Fort Lauderdale and Palm that ever happened.
Left to Sell
Claude L'Engle has been Bungalow .
Beach is now beginning its car lot
time-tried and firetested .
movement, which will be heavy by -
in the fights for the III'IIIII'I'II'G'II'I""IJ"'II'I'ICI'IIIJ'III'I'
April 20. Coolohatchee, however, has
been moving vegetables quite freelyfor people's rights.He M. J. DAETWYLER
is the one sure thing
some time past. Deerfield has a THE
for you in this race for .. ... .
large acreage to come off about April ...
Congress in the Fourth
15 to May 25. There is considerable Phone 563liMIMMmimiMIMIHMMIIIiMttUIIMMMIM
District.He .
shipping being done at that point Altamonte
is there for term
now, but the heaviest is yet to begin. one I
Keep him there for another
Yamato, Delray and Boynton and Hy- :
Vote for Claude ,
L'Engle
; poluxo are due for their heavy tomato I .. II
first. II J III
movement about April 15. Yamato
Take a chance second FOR SALE-Good upright piano; FOR RENT-By the year. a modern
will have 60 acres, Delray about 350 has been used only three months; 10-room house, with bath, completely I Altamonte Springs FlaA I

t and Boynton over 300. will sell at a bargain. Call on Judge : furnished, in the best part of town.
"
Prices have been maintained on a -- -- -- LaBar, at 5 W. Livingston avenue. Apply to Jas. Thomson, 17 S. Orange

satisfactory level, ranging from $1.50 Over one hundred cars of tomatoes 4-7-lw avenue. 4-7-3t beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)

on choice to as high as $3.60 for were shipped out Jade_ county last Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or-
"'}, week and that record will be broken FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the chestra, etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful '
f.o.b.Mixed .
fancy in bearing six week or month; cheap. Phone 571, ridge between two lovely lakes 40
this week. acre orange grove; location in Florida, on high ;
Thomas Peters of Per-
: shipments are going out acres cleared; part of land suitablefor or call at 23 E. Pine street. 312.1mMISCELLANEOUS acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot-
: from many places. Miami is ship- rine, the largest single grower in the gardening and trucking; located ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve-

ping 300 to 800 packages county, shipped on an average six half mile from city limits on public I ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
express each road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., : 1' Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
cars day last week and
made up of tomatoes, beans, peppers expectsto care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf FURNISHED HOUSE to let 303
and ship ten cars each day this week. West Concord Avenue, Orlando,
eggplants, squash
some green
corn. There are also some cucum- He has about six hundred acres in tomatoes FOR SALE Fla. 453t. I ii GEORGE E. BATES & SON, PROPRIETORS

bers. There are many cash offers for this season. Pair of mules, well matched, young, One hundred and sixty acres of fine 11 SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOl/NT) VERNON, N. H.

supplies but these are refused, as the sound and in good condition. H. H. farm land, near Maning, North Dakota '11111'1111111111111111111111111'111101111111111111
Williams, P. 0. Box 247, Orlando, 80 acres under cultivation in
growers seem to prefer, in many It is probable that in the course ofa Fla. 4-2-61 .
good location. Will trade for orange
cases, to take their chance on a rise week the St. Petersburg
city coun- For full
grove or city property.
in the market cil will buy a lot in the vicinity of FOR SALE-A new bungalow, five ticulars address C. E. Piatt, Conway par-, Stationery that is not StationaryOurs
bath modern in
and
rooms ,
every
Mixed shipments also are going out Ninth street and not more than two detail. Ten minutes walk to post- Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw

; from Little River, Arch Creek, Hal- blocks north of Central avenue for a office. Will give good bargain to FOR RENT-By the year or month, is constantly on the move becausewe

landale, Fort Lauderdale, Coolohat fire department substation. prompt buyer. Owner, phone 376, modern seven room house. Apply have what the public desires and at reas-

chee, Pompano, Deerfield, Yamato, city. 4-2-lw 217 East Robinson avenue. 44.8t t

s Bocoratone, Delray. Boynton and Hy- onable prices. ,
: FOR SALE
QUICK FOR RENT 'OR SALE-Eight room More help wanted? Room to let
," poluxo. At these places the mixture i furnished house. Will rent all or or wanted? Advertise in the Sentinel Our stock is so varied that we can fur-

: varies but the whole is composed of' Nice two-story new house, all modern part of it, by the month or year.
tomatoes, beans, peppers, eggs, cab-I' equipment; lot 75x150 close in. Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman Be sure to read the ads. in nish most anything you want in size tint,
If taken at once will sell for $1600. street. 42.2wks today's Sentinel. They bring results.W. .
Just
finish now we are selling a
bage, some sweet, and some Irish po For further information, call at Sen-. or weight.

tatoes. Fort Lauderdale has some tinel office. 3316tI I T. ENTRICAN great many boxes of Initial. Correspondence

potatoes moving, also Delray and Lit- WANTED I Offers to Orlando the newest and best Cards. Unless name begins with X,
tle River. This latter place will have i of in the your
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR I W -A young, sound saddle workmanship painting and
t a large acreage to,dispose of by April horse, weighing 700 to 850 pounds.A. I I decorating trade. Phone 636. we probably have your initial. The cards are

15 to 20.-The Packer. REPRESENTATIVEI I J. Taylor, 211 E. Robinson avenue. ll-21-lm
May 4-4-31 fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come

hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county, subject for Representative to WANTED-25 family washings at and see them. They are only 50c a box. We

DADE COUNTY MAN MAKES A the action of the Democratic primary to beheld I I WANTED-Pair of good medium once, from 50 cents up. Home
FORTUNE ON TOMATOESFour June 2nd. i size young mules, and wagon; also Laundry. Phone 654. Rella Reel. also have the initial paper to match the

J. H. REESE. I Jersey cow and calf. Address A. S. H., 3.8- cards.

FOR REPRESENTATIVEI I care Sentinel. 4-4-3t
hundred and sixty acres; 400 The Sentinel .
want ads find tenants
SEED! SEED! SEED!
loads of 500 crates each, 200,000 hereby announce my candidacy for Representative I W. S. BRANCH
car from Orange county subject toI I Garden and field seed. DeLaney & for houses or rooms every day. Let ,
crates; $2 per crate, f.o.b Peters, at the action of the Democratic primary to be Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf I them help you.

minimum price, $400,000.This he>4 June 2nd. S. S. GRIFFIN. :! WANTED-Ladies to bring their The Arcade Book and Music StoreThere's

is a brief synopsis of chapter MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION combings to us. Don't destroy

seventeen in the life and works of them. We will make what you want. " '

Thomas J. Peters, the tomato king. I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Come and see our stock and examineour
re-election to the office of Member of work. We invite inspection. If
of Peters, Dade county, Florida, the Board of Public Instruction Orange County
the hair it Our
you hayn't we supply
seventeenth devoted to from District No. 3, subject to the cominzprimal'
chapter being stock is genuine. We make
). Very respectfully, every- Show Here
the seventeenth year in which Mr. WM. EDWARDS. thing to order. We pay cash for a'Style
ZeU wood, Fla. combings.We .
Peters has grown tomatoes in this
beg to announce that we have
have been FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Some not
county. years as
secured the exclusive for the
good, either because of the weather I am a candidate for the office of County well-known and popular agency Clow's Knit
Commissioner of Orange county from
or the railroad, but this year is successful District 2. If elected I promise to serve the Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam- in the YearHome
in according to people to the best of my ability, having re- ples will be submitted for your inspection Every .Day
,
I every way sided here a number of years I am qualified at leisure. The goodswe
Mr. Peters who that conditions to know the needs 'of the section and your
says the people. handle are the kind that satisfy.
ii- could not be better. Respectfully.A. J NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS. 303 Gar-

The average price of $2 per crate Apopka, Fla. U STAlUmUJ land St. 3-23-1 mo makers will find a visit through our

now being paid for tomatoes will LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
FOR SHERIFFI
probably be much higher later in the hereby announce myself as a candidatefor While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or treat. We have here the
season, due to the shortage of the Sheriff of Orange County subject to theDemocratic "News" sightseeing automobilesfor big store an interesting
primary of June 2nd, 1914.
crop, in other sections, and the indi- FRANK GORDON. Lookout Mountain, Point Park,
of necessities for the furnishingof
cations are that Mr. Peters will re- FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary most delightful

ceive nearly, if not quite, one-half hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Ridge and historical points. For reservations -

million dollars for his 1914 crop. The Registration re-election for to Orange the office County of Supervisor subject of to address 910 Market street. the modern home.

? tomatoes are being shipped to all the the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, 33Apr.2SUttlHIIIMIIMiilMitM

large centers in the United States 1914. FRANK H. WILLIAMS. I ,

;: and Canada. We specialize in high-grade furniture at a
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI .
Three hundred men and women are .

given employment on the Peters plantation hereby announce myself as a candidatefor We invite in and
County Commissioner, Orange County moderate price. you to come
and in the Peters packinghouse District Four subject to the action of the A Genuine Bargainin
'7 < Democratic primary, June 2nd, 1914. I will
-'t-o. sharing in the profits of the greatly appreciate your support, look the display.
Real Estate over
Yours
truly
j tomato king to the tune of nearly a J. SWEET. .:

$5,000 a week. This force is being Pine Castle, Fla. I
Good eight-room house

work added is to allowed every day-none to pass the wanting Peters I announce FOR COUNTY myself as COMMISSIONER a candidate for reelection with connected kitchen, I PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHTKincaid

station without securing employment to the office of County Commissioner twenty acres first class land
Orange County District Five subjectto
upon request-Miami Metropolis. the decision of the Democratic primary, al cleared, 315 bearing
I June. %nil. 1914. Respectfully Orange Trees, in first class ,

The Times-Union forces' E. L. BROWN condition, fine bloom. Land
says: "City Ft Christmas. Fla.
yesterday began work on the electrical can easily be sub-divided
FOR TAX ASSESSOR into five-acre tracts is
on
t decorations for the
Confederate I hereby announce my candidacy' for the '
reunion next month under the office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub road to Conway, 21.2 SnowdenCor.
k personal ject to the action of the Demooraite primary miles from Court House &
f. supervision of Superintendent called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and I I
.a..: W. H. Tucker. These electrical decorations elected I pledge you my faithful ARTHUR service. i road on two sides, main I

including beautiful canopiesat BUTT. I road will be bricked this I

main street corners, artistic festoons I hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURER a candidate for year. Has rural delivery,

'thoroughfares between, impressive streets on designs the main and Treasurer Democratic of primary Orange of County June J.,2nd H.subject,TUCKER.1914.to the and close shoo and estate.wagon.. CHEAPfor Sold to r IlOW PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE


,j. an unending mass of brilliancy I FOR TAX COLLECTOR cash, or very reasonable

throughout the down town portionsof I hereby announce myself as a candidate terms will be made. Orlando Florida II
for reelection to the office of Tax Collectorof I Cor. Main and Pine Sts. ,
the city are expected to be quite Orange County subject to the Democratic LORD & BRADSHAW ::
primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If re-
the mod elaborate in Jacksonville'shistory. elected I pledge to you my faithful service Exclusive AgentsHMMiMMMMIilHIItt:

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JUST OPENED ARCADE HOTEL 1 j


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

$1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.
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100 ROOMS J. MAGRUDER, Prop. '

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EVERY ROOM WITH BATH OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. i

NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF
PORCH. ROOMS
$3.00 to
$1.00 A DAY MEALS 50 CENTS 1
# 5.00PER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS ;

Inquire at office for low weekl/and monthly rates for the
$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
summer.
J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. )

J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. Orlando, Fla. J
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OFFICE AT EMPIRE HOTEL TELEPHONE NO. 273

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Just Bargains

: TROUBLES WITH lABOR Will Put the Reinsof That's All THE MARKET :


Success Your
Commission Organized to Start an in
Investigation Which Is Expectedto $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruitand Of Cleanliness Of Quality f
Bring Good Results Hands orange trees. 120 are ,
large seedlings and the balanceare
FRESH AND SALT MEATS :'
Washington, April 6.-With prom- from one to three year old
inent representatives of employersand How? By furnishing you witha buds. Near city.$3,250.Choice FISH AND GAME :
employes from many lines of in- home in city; 8
dustry as witnesses the federal com- perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative rooms large lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions. t

mission on industrial relations today 2400.Good" 7-room house,
call on He will give you a screened from the flies and fresh
kept
instituted an investigation with the you. East Side. .Close in, only five Everything away ,

aim of eliminating as far as possible formula that will make and mature minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.
differences between capital and labor. of choice lots and a number
1, Members of the commission, of your 'fruit. of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have .1
which Frank P. Walsh is chairman, \ and grove propositions. We have everything in the Meat Line. 1
said the investigation would continue for rent several furnished bun-
four days and would cover every galows and flats close in. Some
phase of the various industries sched- by the year and others 'till the I The PARLOR a

uled for hearings. After completionof Tile Soutlieril r r Fertilizer r h winter season begins. Call and MARKETi i
its work here the commission an- make your wants known.
ticipates a visit to industrial centersto H.M.Self&Co.
I
continue hearings.One ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
session will be devoted to gen- : Cooper & Atha'1U PINE STREET :
eral testimony without reference to UMMIMiilHIilllMflMlittllMIIMilMIIMmiMtliJust
particular industries. Witnesses will South Orange Ave., Ground Floor Phone No. 80IIMIMMMMIilllMIIIIMiHMMIiiMHIIMIMMia ;

include Secretary Wilson. Samuel Phone No. 311
Gompers, president of the American
Federation of Labor; C. P. Neill, of .
New York, former United States com-
;
missioner of labor; Judge W. C. -WMMMililliliittlMMIIIMIillMIIMiimttlHHIMIIttllltitHilMMtiM i 3
Chambers of the United States boardof
conciliation and mediation, and ,
other witnesses. S s4. !

Organization of coal mine operators -
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W. M. SLEMONS
so they may agree on prices was 1
advocated by John Mitchell, former J
president of the United Mine Workers arrived car load

of America, today before the com- 1
immediate -
mission. He argued that the govern- FORDS for

such ment an should airangement have supervision Forty over percent delivery.Get New Goods Arriving DailyWe !

of all coal mined in the United ;
States was wasted, he said, because yours nowF.
mine operators can not dispose of it
at a profit. G. RUSH, i j

Mr. Mitchell thought a federal industrial Phone 226
council with power to inves- sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. 1

tigate causes of threatened or pend- made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
ing industrial strikes, would be of
great value provided it had no powerof Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. 1
compulsory arbitration. c
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
"Tho coal miner is so much betteroff
j
today than he was in 1897, that & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
there is no basis of comparison' said .
Mr. Mitchell.
He was the first ,witness at a series J
\ of hearings begun today by the
commission to investigate collective W. M. SLEMONSURANGE i

bargaining, conciliation and arbitra-
tion in different industries.
AVENUE

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PUTNAM DISCUSS FARMERS A FAIR MEET TO To the West and NorthwestVIA r'IIIIII" " _, ." ,." ,." ,,, --,- ., ,

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Palatka, Fla., April 6.-Farmers of -- MIMMMIIMM
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Putnam county and adjoining sectionsof

session Clay here and St.today Johns for counties the'purpose are oft in DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND :iimiiiititiiitiii" " :iI I I I I '::':" :':" :IIIII: :'

listening to addresses on authoritiesof SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDDIXIE
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various phases of agriculture. The

+ rally is being held in the court house I Dixie Dixie
and is largely attended. In addition I Lted Flyer SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
.to discussing agricultural conditionsin i Lv Orlando, A. C. I..12:31 am 3:13 pm v Orlando ........................ 3:13 pmr HOT 'VATER' ;
Jacksonvfie A. C. 1.... 6:45am 'l:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
this section, the growers presentwill y Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25pm y Jacksonville A. C. 1. ........... 8:15pm In the Summer Time. Hot water is one of the most a
y wayerass. A. C. L.1150am 10:25pm y Wa'C1'06S, A. C. L.. .............10:20pm
take up the matter of organizinga r Macon G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. &; F. .............. 3:46am essential features of a comfortable home. This is
county fair association. r Atlanta C. of Ca....... 8:03pm 1:25am r Atlanta, C. of Ga .............. 7:12 am jvo home
r Knoxville. 1. &: N. .............llhm emphasized most strongly in the Summer time be ,,' No Violet
Among those who are scheduled to r Chattanooga W. & A..12:18am 11:5&m r Corbin 1. &; N. ................ 3:16pm
address the rally are the following: r Nashville. N C. & St. 1. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville 1. 81: N.r....... 9:00 pm cause YOU don't want to heat the kitchen up by o"e ,
............
Hon. W. A. McRae, Florida commissioner Ar St. Louis L c.&L.&N. %:5Opm 1:20 am r Indianapolis 4a 1. 1:50 am keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequentlymost
Ar Lexington 1. & N. ............
of agriculture; Prof. P. H. Ar Hopkwrille, L. & N........... 6:!7 pm Ar Ci cinanti.: 1. &; N. ............. 8 6:50pl1:50 pm homes have to go without it all Summer and
i Rolfs, director Florida experiment Ar Evansville L. & N..... 9:28 am 9:2Spm r Kalamazoo, G. R. &: L ....._...12:20 pm in the Winter. '
fJ Chas. N. Ar Terre Haute, C. E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids G. R. L ....... %:4$pm have it only in limited quantity
station, Gainesville; Prof. Ar Chicago, C. E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:15am
Mooney, of U. S. bureau of soils, "GET A RUUD"
j Washington, now making soil surveyof I LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED ;
Putnam county; and other agricul- room Solid sleeping train cars composed, observation of section compartment dram,. Solid train composed of electric lighted and you have plenty of steaming hot water any time \ t
tural authorities.Dr. I cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coach you want it and at a very small cost by simply J
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
I ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis; turning on the faucet.
R. H. Alderman, of Barbours-
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and )
ville. W. Va., has been elected presi- Solid train carrying electric lighted com Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANYGas
dent of Southern college, the state artment observation sleepers and electric Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-
Methodist college at Sutherland. Dr. lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining car Department.umumm
ems meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
Clifton recently resigned.If c


' a man is sent down town to get FOR W. R.TICKETS.O'NEAL PULLMAN, City,Ticket RESERVATIONS Agent. AND W.INFORMATION D. WHITE, Depot WRITE Ticket OR CALL Agent.-OX mmmUm1nm.Umllm| !I!I! I!I! I! I!I! mmii! .!?!!II!!!I III*

something he doesn't want to get he Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando
never forgets it. .

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P AGE E I G H T THE MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLORIDA >, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1914.

I HMtlillllMilllMIIIMtlMtllllltMMIiMlltMII BUCHANAN SYSTEM TO BE INSTALLED --
It : AT COURT HOUSE
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I : The county commissioners yester-
fs'fr : day purchased the Buchanan system
: of checking and platting lands to be
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I installed in the tax assessor's office.
r I. The originator of this system, Mr.
: R. E. Buchanan, of Bartow, appeared
TIIE.STATE BANKOI ORLANDO : before the board and explained its .
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II advantages. By using the system it : :- "
i :I is impossible to make doubles or laps
.f :{ in the descriptions and assessments c .
i ii : of property. and it is guaranteed that 1 Would you rather ie
: it is also impossible to fail to get
I every acre of land in the county on EDISON I '
or CAWIEGIE ? :
I It : the books. It is claimed for it that it .
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: aids materially in arriving at an .f.:I : "EDISON forbidden i !>y 'physician to take '
: equitable equalization of land values.
I Mr. Buchanan has installed the sys- :: another vacation--1 riuunc, Sept. ]5, 913.
; LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFECONSERYATIVfAtCOMMODATiNG : tem in Polk and Hillsborough coun- : .
:If : ties, and has the highest endorsements Why? Because having worked] twenty hours
::1 I of it from the state tax com- .: a day, his system will not permit a change; he ,
mission and a great number of tax : nnist work die and die
or working I Yet, he is
He will the workof
assessors. begin
: A CONSERVATIVELY MANAGED BANK wealth is
a man considered
installing it in the office of Tax poor today.
Assessor Arthur Butt within a few
By having an account with the State Bank of Orlando, days. I CAUNEGIE, having enjoyed a continual

you enjoy all the advantages of a conservatively managed ,I : vacation for years is quoted thus, "When 1 received -

I and well equipped bank-and the confidence that comes TICKET VOTED UPON IN DEMO- my first dollar of interest money, 1
CRATIC PRIMARY
from association with an intstitution of ample re i : realized that wealth could best l>o obtained by

i sources. Secretary of State H. Clay Craw- letting my money work for me, instead of
ford has compiled a list of the offi- : : working for "
Accounts subject to check are invited. my money.
cers to be voted upon in each of the .
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several counties in Florida. The list :,. YOU How much did your money carn' .

in the counties varies considerably.In :: ; for you last month? Or, would you rather
I-I some of the counties places haveto :
A be filled by election that are now t-: ..; ; always work for it ? We pay 4 per cent in '.:. .. :.:

I being filled by officers appointed to '. .... ... terest. Begin today, or if already begun, con- :': '.' : : ':" .
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fill and in of : :
unexpired terms some .:..
State, County and City Depositary the counties state senators have to be I tinue to save. ;?..:;.'...,::-..:..::.:".\:':.:::
voted for while in others this is un-

necessary because they are in the districts ., . .' .. ., ,
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of the hold-over senators. The .. .. .. .... .. .. . . ':-
list for Orange county comprises the '. Q. .. .

I i following United:states senator; representative I D. ; h1 D.

'." I4..SSSISSISPSISSISISISIIIIIIIIISIIIOIIIz. ,,,,,,,,, Fourth ,congressional district, : ,
Sixty-fourth congress of the United

CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION ELECTION MAY 12 FOR GOTHA I States; commissioner of agriculture; '.' :. -;.: .:: : ....... .. :-.:..:. : ."... ......... :. .. "... .. ., . ... . f
r An examination for clerkcarrierwill SCHOOL DISTRICTThe two justices of the supreme court; : :t."X: : ::: : ;:: :::::;.\ ::-.<. ;-- ;': :: > .:.;,,: ': .:.;:.'.>... '.:::; ):::.: .:\t'--:: '.':'"

be held by the civil service ex- school board yesterday orderedan two railroad commissioners; state,.
aminers in Orlando, Saturday, April election to be held May 12 for the auditor; sheriff; solicitor of the crim-
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COUNTY AGENT VISITING, THE College for Women at Tallahassee, LEGAL HOLIDAY
11th, at 9 o'clock, in- establishment of a school district for inal court of record; two members of
Penmanship. 20; copying, 20; read I Gotha. A petition was presented to the house of representatives; aunty SCHOOLS AND MAKING TALKS i who is expected to arrive soon to talkon Friday, April 10th, being a legal
ing addresses, 10. Total, 100. the board signed by twenty citizensof assessor of taxes; tax collector! ; coun- The county agricultural agent, Mr.I the tomato club work especially holiday, in the state of Florida, the
Cards of application may be had the territory which it is desired to ty treasurer; five county commissioners Charles H. Baker, has been visitingthe i to girls. Miss Harris will come first State Bank of Orlando. Orlando Bank
of the secretary at postoffice. incorporate in the proposed school ; three members of the county schools in the county for the past I I I to Zellwood, where considerable interest and Trust Co., and People's N tional
Applicant must be 5 feet 4 inchesor district, that such an election be held. board of public instruction; justicesof few days making talks to the pupilson has been taken in the work, Bank will be closed for business on
more in height without shoes; and Besides approving bills the board the peace, districts 14, 15, 17, 18, the corn and tomato club work, I and from there she will extend her I that day.
weigh 125 pounds or more. did little else but adjourn to meet 19, 20; constables, justice districts 2, which ,it is desired to inaugurate in I I visit tQ Orlando and possibly to some
The examination will consist of the again Saturday, April 11. to consider' 3, 10, 14, 15, 17. I Orange county. He has visited the : of the schools in Orange county.Mr Mr. H.Regner, one of Gotha's sub .
following subjects: bids for the construction of the new schools at Pine Castle, Apopka, Taft,| .Baker was engaged yesterdayin stantial citizens, was in Orlando for -
I Spelling, 10 points; arithmetic, 20 school building in Orlando school dis SEED! SEED! SEED! and has others on his list. He finds j I sending out parcels of Chinese velvet a while yesterday greeting friends
% points; letter writing, 20 points. trict. Abernethy Garden and, druggists.field seed. DeLaney 3-13-tf& much interest among the young peo-I I beans which had been sent him He had just returned from a visit to
I j pie, and is rather paving the way for f from the experiment station at his son, Mr. Herman Regner, in
I Try the Sentinel Job Department. Read Sentinel want ads. Sentinel want ads. get results. Miss Agnes Ellen Harris, of the State Gainesville for distribution. Tampa.
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