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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 9, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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. VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914. NUMBER 50.

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''I UNDEROODISDEUGHTED[ I [ DAVIS OfPAlATKA[ "[ADS flORIDA C OMMISSIONERS 10 OPEN HOllY [ELECTED[ [ r PRESIDENT[ [ Of II) NEW CHAPTER Will BE f WRITTEN If

ORDER[ Of ELKS HE UN[ EDITORS[ S

WITH ORLANDO; FIRST 1 BIDS ON BRICK I WORK K


firing Officers Presented With Kissimmee Gives the Scribes a Royal R Ra f EBELSSUCCEED INIAKINbIAMrl

VISIT m CITY Gifts After Successful Session FOR CITYSTRES 1 [ Time and Orlando Will Have _

Held
at Miami
Chance in July -

... ANII- AlO N PEOPLE[O l[ ARE t NAPPY Y BELIEVED THAT POWERS
LEADER DOES NOT THINK At the final business session of the EXTENSION OF PAVING IS The Lake Region Press Associationwas

CONGRESS WILL AD- Florida state association of the Order NOW IN SIGHT AFTER organized in Kissimmee yesterday OVER RESULT f l T IN ILLINOIS WILL THEN TREAT DIRECTLY
ot Elks held yesterday afternoon, Osceola
JOURN BEFORE MANY TEDIOUS ( including the counties of WITH THEM
says the Miami Herald of Wednesday, Orange, Seminole and Lake. Volu-

I JULY the following officers were elected: DELAYS sia county was included in the call, Tuesday's Election Added Twenty-two

: dent.J.H.. A. Davis. Palatka, state presi- but had no representative present. Counties to Thirty Already ARMY TRANSPORT r FOR REUJEES[ G [

! Messrs. C. E. Howard, of the Or-
NO FRICTION WITH THE PRESIDENT[ president.. H. Trump, Quincy, first vice- P NVING TO B BEPUSIIED[ U TO FINISH ange County Citizen, and Josiah Fer- Dry in That State

ris, of the Sentinel, attended the .VDMIRAL FLETCHER RECEIVES
. ,Forrest Lake, Sanford second vice- meeting, as did Mr. F. M. Byars. late Chicago, April 8.-(Special.)-Jubilation ORDERS FROM WASHINGTON

TOLLS FIGHT BROUGHT ABOUT president. ANY BRICK MEN AND CONTRACTORS editor of the Apopka News. The response is apparent at the anti-saloon
Harry Hunt, Tampa, secretary. league headquarters today the TO USE THE "PRAIRIE"FOR
NO ILL FEELING IN THE ARE IN CITY TO to the address of welcome was over
William Bate; Key West, treasurer. result of Tuesday's election in Illinois THAT PURPOSE.
PARTY RANKS AND UNDERSTANDING APPEAR BEFORE THE made by Mr. Byars, and Mr. Howard
Lucian A. Spencer, Orlando, chap- responded< to the address of welcomeon by which 1,100 saloons out of 2,500 '
IS CITY BOARD THIS were voted out of business.
behalf of the of Osceola
lain.J. press Washington, April 8.-SpeciaL-(
PERFECTBy A. Conrad, :Miami, sergeantatarms. AFTERNOON county.( Both the Orange county ed F. Scott McBryde, state superin Admiral Fletcher at Vera Cruz was

1 itors covered themselves with gloryin I tendent of the league, said that an brdered today to utilize the navy

( J. H. Reese) In the lodge rooms of the club last The beginning of the end of the the role of orator. The exercises analysis of the returns already indicated transport; "Prairie" to take care of

It's a ten minute drive from the evening, presentations of gifts weremade many.delays that have beset the ex were held in the school auditorium, that twenty-two counties had the reufgees at Tampico.

center of Orlando's business District to the retiring officers in recognition tension of the brick paving in Or and were attended by the school children been added to the thirty previously The order was rushed following an

to the winter home of Mr. J., H. of their work during the past lando is in sight, for this afternoon and many citizens of the town. without saloons, making more than emergency conference late this afternoon -

Woodward, the steel magnate of Bir term. Gus A. Muller, retiring state the city commissioners will open bids A feature of the program was the half the counties of the state dry. between Admiral Victor Blue,

mingham, Ala., whose daughter is the, president, was the recipient of ft I for the work, and it is probable that music by the high school orchestra. The fight for a dry majority legis acting secretary of the navy, and

wife of Oscar Underwood, floor leaderof handsome silver loving cup given by: the contract will be awarded. All were agreed that it would be lature was announced for next fall.GOOD Boaz Long, chief of the Latin divisionof
the state association. A similar
Democracy in the House of Repre cup This follows closely 'the action of hard to find a better musical organ the state department.
was presented to G. A. McKinnon.
sentatives. I the bond trustees Tuesday in selling ization of amateurs. They made real Unofficial dispatches say there is

Though Mr. Woodward has owned past be president only one,of but the as chosen there happenedto design to I I the bond issue of $100,000 to thePeople's music, the test being that the audi D ROADS DELEGATES ARE[ Td 1 D actual fighting already in the streets

this estate for ten years and has National bank. The money ence was glad when they played an of Tampico. Spain has ordered the
be had, one had to be sent for and it,
been coming here every winter with will be available as soon as it is need sorry when they quit. MEET[ INCAINESYILLE[ ruiser: "Carlos V." from Vera Cruzto
will reach here the end of the week. .
his family, including Mrs. Under To the secretary and treasurer, who (ed, being deposited to the credit of After the formal welcome the editors -) ; Tampico.If .
wood, for that period, Mr. Under filled their offices the bond trustees. gathered at the fraternal hails the rebels should get control of
faithfully
wood never saw the place until yes their; term of service, handsome during jewels A congregation of visitors for their business session and com State Association to Hold Annual Tampico there will be new history in

terday.He of the order were presented. brought to the city during the day pleted the organization by the election Gathering for Which Fine Program the; Mexican revolution, as Spain,

arrived on the fast train from Following the presentation speeches yesterday and last night owing to the of R. J. Holly, editor of the San- Has Been Prepared England, France and Germany are
opening of the bids today including ford Herald expected to utilize the situation to
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon, and and acceptances by the honored president; C. E. Woods,
brick manufacturers and agents and editor of the Eustis Lake treat directly with the rebels, ignor
proceeded at once to the home of hiwife's s Elks, the men filed out to the veranda Region,
Gainesville April President J.
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I paving contractors, who will likely be ing the United States.
father. Mr. Woodward has of the club where the order of vice-president, and C. F. Johnson, ed
procession H. Alderman has authorized FrankE.
present in the council chamber when I itor of the The "Prairie" has about thousand
been a sufferer from heart trouble for was arranged. The Palatka Osceola Journal, secretary- one -
Dennis, member of the executive
the ceremony in which they are interested treasurer. marines aboard and it is not
several and for time
years, some past
lodge, which won the banner for the
committee, to give out the following
takes known
he has been seriously ill, caused primarily largest and best representation relative place. Editor Howard extended an invitation the here definitely what action
outline of the
general
as
That the work will be programfor Admiral
paving
Fletcher
take
by a of.the old the may although
recurrence to numbers, distance and various to association to hold the
the annual meeting of the Florida
pushed from this time is certaii. his
trouble with complications superin other on next meeting in Orlando 1 dispatches today indicate a serious
qualifications, led the parade. Street Commissioner S. A. Johnson July State Good Roads association, which condition.
duced by age. He is seventy years They were followed by the other which was accepted. The organization will be held here
and Friday
has done all in his power, and in this Thursday. There was flight to the
old. foreign
lodges in order, Key West, second in is designed to be of material the 9th and 10th:
he has been backed and assisted
The illness is of such a character the contest, following the lead. The up benefit to the newspapers represented Thursday, April 9th warships last night, and it appears
by the other commissioners and the that
; refugees still
that no physician can truly predictthe men were all in gala attire and the in the membership, by encouragingthe 10 a. .-Business meeting at the are being taken
city attorney, to get the preliminaries out of Tampico while
federal
result Mr. Woodward is seriously great mass of purple and*white made use of improved methods in the court house. gun-
settled so that actual work might boats are shelling approaches to the
ill. He may recoven but the a very effective scene. The women business office as well as in the mechanical 2 p. m.-Moving pictures and lectures -
commence. Being thi of city.
chances are that he will not and it followed the parade in automobiles. upon verge department,.and stimulating at theater.
realizing .the fruits of their work i in
was this extreme uncertainty that a better fraternal feeling betweenI
this direction, there remains but one I I 9:30 p. m.-Banquet at White
caused Mr. Underwood to extend his ;I members of the craft. House. HEARINGS ON REPEAL BILL.

visit from Birmingham, whither he P PAlATKA[ POPl[ [[ VOTE[ IN FAY DR ther contingency, and that to is delay possible the delay work in fur the-I I I Too much can not be said of the Friday April 10th WILL BEGIN

went to vote in the primary of Monday hospitality of the Kissimmee news
arrival of the brick. 9 a. m.-Business meeting at the
to Orlando at a time when his COMMISSION GOVERNMENT[ [ paper men and their friends. TheY White House.Afternoon .
Some of the manufacturers sa Washington, April 8.(Special.)-
services are hourly demanded at entertainment was in charge of the
that there will be no trouble on this at opportune hour, trip Senators who have introduced amend-
Washington.The Kissimmee board of trade and
score, and that shipments will be sent every around city by automobile. ments or substitutes for the direct repeal -
location of the Woodward homeis Large Majority Given by People of forward promptly. If such promisesare thing for the comfort and pleasur Prominent road builders and advocates of the tolls exemption clause of

ideal. The house is screened from the Putnam County Seat carried out it is reasonable to of their guests during the day wa of better roads will come herefrom the canal act will go before the senate -
the road by a dense citrus and offered. In the afternoon the visitors
grove for all of the state and the
parts
Change predict that the work will begin in a < committee tomorrow to present
the approach is by a roadway, not too short time.TOBACCO. were given an automobile ride, during meeting is being anticipated with arguments in support of their various
well defined, which winds in and out which they inspected the new clubhouse much interest.
beneath overlapping boughs, ladenjust Palatka, Fla., April 8.-By a vote and theater, both buildings __ heard propositions after they have been
of 171 to 67 the of Palatkayesterday CONCERNS TO by various organized bodies
people QUIT
now with the orange blossoms.Th having been recently erected. In th I
decided in favor of a commission GIVING AWAY COUPONS SPANISH REFUGEES REACH who have been invited and will ap-
liberally proportioned house is evening a smoker was given and a n the '
form of government. The I AMERICAN pear. Although 'committee, in
upon an eminence overlooking a lake, interesting toast list was presented.IACOX SOIL order
same election decided officials New York, April 8. to prevent an unlimited discus-
the glassy bosom of which is seen new city -(Special.)- -
*to serve under the aldermanic Important tobacco interests declared sion in committee agreed to restrict
through a lorgnette of interlaced El Paso, Tex., April 8.-(Special.) these
branches. The broad veranda is form of government until the city's today that the big tobacco companies ) WOMAN WEIGHING 48 0 hearings to fifteen days with
supplied -Although the Spanish refugees began
with charter is changed to provide for intended to abolish the practice of POUNDS MARRIES the understanding that if at the expiration -
easy chairs, a center tablewith the international
crossing bridgesshortly
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of
that
period other
government delegations -
by commission. giving away cash and all other coupons -
magazines and
newspapers popular after 8 o'clock this morning,
The following were elected to serve with tobacco, thus saving about are waiting to present their
books and the Macon Ga.
is 8.-All
atmosphere oneo April recordsfor it wa not until late this evening that views
shall
they be heard.
in the capacities stated S. J. Ken- $12,000,000 The
: annually. doing
r' fease, elegance and tranquility.Mr. heavyweight brides were broke the last of the unhappy refugees wa
Underwood fits well into sucha nerly was elected mayor, he receiving away with coupons is in line with in Macon last night when Mis's Emm safe on the American side. The delay -
250 votes. Aldermen: First ward, legislation at Washington calling for FLORIDA MAN FOUND WANDERING -
setting and furnishes a harmonizing Ford, who resides on Hawthorn was caused by a physical examination -
W. P. Merriam; second ward, J. H. the abolition of the system of ABOUT CHARLESTON
figure for such a background. He giving street, became the wife of Napoleo of the six hundred odd men: ,
is taller than you might suspect froma Yelverton, Jr.; third ward, Walter coupons with tobacco. Norman, an employe of one of tb women and children composing the

study of his photograph, and not so McNally; fourth ward, C. H. Ken- local cotton mills. cavalcade. Examination of the baggage Charleston, S. C., April 8.-The

jowly jawed as his pictures indicate. nerly; fifth ward, H. M. Fearnside; ST. AUGUSTINE FIRE LIMITS TO :Miss Ford, who is 25 years of age, was merely perfunctory. They man who .registered at a local board-
He with the sixth ward, J. A. Adams; seventh BE EXTENDED 480 I ing house as A. W. Johnson
moves swing of .an athlete weighs pounds. Her husband, had no baggage except a few small of Savannah -
and sustains a poise so perfectly ward, colored, H. A. Davis. who is seven years her senior, weighs grips and bundles of clothing. All and who was treated at the

natural and a power so seeminglyunconscious St. Augustine. Fla.,[ April 8.-The only 140 pounds. had been taken from them before Roper hospital tor amnesia, has been

that one knows at a STAR FOOTBALL PLAYER MAY city council will doubtless further The ceremony was performed last leaving Torreon. positively identified as Jesse Cummings -

a glance it would' be difficult to put LOSE EYESIGHT consider important matters arisingfrom night at 8 o'clock at the home of the of Panama City, Fla. His hat

anything over on him. the recent conflagration at the bride's mother, on Hawthorne street, LONG AND SHORT HAUL HEARING carrying the mark of a Blakely (Ga.)
One would never suspect from his regular meeting tonight. Resolutionsadopted the Rev. A. L Snow officiating. Following concern, Chief of Police Cantwell
appearance yesterday afternoon that Notre Dame, Md., April 8.-Raymond I by the commissioners of the the wedding a dance was giv AT PALM BEACH communicated with the chief of policeof

he had been through a heated fight Eichenlaub, giant fullback of chamber of commerce will be received en. A large number of friends and Blakely with the result that an

on the floor of the house and a political the Notre Dame football team, is losing -I endorsing the proposed fire limit ordinance relatives witnessed the ceremony. Palm Beach, Fla., April 8.-For the officer was sent to carry Mr. Cummings -

campaign of unusual bitterness.He his eyesight, and unless' the operation and urging that the limits be purpose of hearing arguments of the back home.Cummings .

was fresh from the scenes of both. which he will undergo proves I extended to include a greater area YOUTH CONFESSES TO ST. PETERSBURG Florida East Coast railroad in support is a married man with

It might reasonably be expected thata successful he may never play another of the city. These will probably be THEFTS of their application for relieffrom : a family. No explanation for the attack

( man who had been attacked as he game. Eye specialists from Chicagosay referred to the ordinance committee, I the long and short haul act of of amnesia has been given. He
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had been by his political antagonist there is a chance to save his which is now working upon the new j the last legislature, and at the sam does not seem to know why he left

would bear some slight feeling of resentment eyes. I fire prevention ordinance St. Petersburg, Fla., April 8.The'stick time hear whatever arguments on the home. It is assumed that he signed

would show some trace of Three weeks"ago Eichenlaub caughtthe : Fire adjusters have established offices -I housebreaker who pilfered lot,j+i matter' which may be presented by; as A. W. Johnson, of Savannah, because -

scorn or contempt; but there was! "pink eye He neglected to treat in ,the Model Land company's of loot from residences here during]I interested shippers, the Florida railroad that was the first name that

none. He spoke generously of Hobson 'it and a few days ago his right eye j building, and those who lost property the past two months and at one time i commission met here this morn came to his mind and he was embarrassed

saying that he was a man of failed him. Now the specialists say i in the fire and who were protected to had the residents in a state fling; at 10 o'clock in the court house by the discovery that he1 had ;

considerable power and a splendid the other eye has become afflicted. I some extent by insurance are confer'ring "nerves," has been caught in New!; The Palm Beach sitting follows sittings lost his memory.

speaker. His parents have come here to be with them relative to their York city. He is a youth named i( held by the commission on t hem

"It was really not my fight"said he, I I with him. claims. All companies concerned are. Tracy: Bailey. Word of his capture ;( same question at Ocala and Kissi VETERAN PUBLISHER DYING-

"It was my friends' fight, and I I endeavoring to adjust all'claims as and confession was received here la 't'mee> during the latter part of last

it was a great victory. I did no campaigning | LEGAL HOLIDAY soon as possible. night and Chief of Police A. J. Easters > I, month. Today's sitting will be followed Los Angeles, Cal., April 8.-Spe-(

except: during the recess of -- and Sheriff M. M. Whitehurst left'at by another to be held at Tilt s- cial.)-W. A. Scripps. 80,
newspaper
congress Christmas week. NaturallyI Friday, April 10th, being a legal BASEBALL RESULTS once for New York to get the yule tomorrow. publisher, is thought to be dying tonight

am pleased with the result" holiday, in the state of Florida, the South Atlantic League youth and bring him here for a trial. Much interest is displayed by rail of pneumonia. He contracted

Being asked for his opinion concerning State Bank of Orlando Orlando Bankand Jacksonville-Albany, rain. road men and shippers throughout cold two weeks ago which developedso

the president's chances of Trust Co., and People's National Columbus 6, Macon 2. Talk about bargains-Curtis & the state and the meeting here so seriously that every member of

i putting the repeal of the tolls ex-II Bank will be closed for business on Savannah 4, Charleston 1. O'Neal will give you 4 ton cent silk is well attended by representatives of I the family was summoned tonight.

(Continued on page 4) that day. Augusta 7, Columbia 4. tissue toilet paper for 25 cents. both. They are all at his bedside.r .

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I'! OAKLAND NEWS NOTES long siege and we hope he will soon I go this week to Jacksonville to be
% I be able to be around again. with her daughter, Mrs. Willis and 'v 4t '' For Economy and Purchase Power
V Mr. and Mrs C. E. Teasley will Mrs. Joe Neel and family have Mrs. Makwood. 4
r move into their pretty home on 6th I moved to Formosa. Mr. Neel will of jour money, ''Tr). Wright's"

I avenue this week. The town gives join them after the crops are cared Who started the popular price sys- Farm.
them a hearty welcome. for. They think of locating there. tem for good movies in Orlando? e +

Gladstone Brock is paying a visitto Mr: and Mrs. S. J. Williams, of r Is it Citrus land of
Palatka will have an election next Quality?
his uncle, J. 0. Brock and fam Tampa are here planning to locate. "
Mrs. Williams is well known Miss Tuesday to determine if a majorityof The
as picture will tell the
story,
ily.Mr. the citizens desire commission
Sesa Olson.
D. L. Pierson returned from officers '"a "
Mrs. E. C. Vick has been very ill form government. City "Yes, Price tells the Bargain.
the sanitarium at Port Orange. We will also be elected at this time.
with an attack of appendicitis the
the
regret that he did not receive
' past week. She is improving nicely
benefit his friends had hoped '" ,
many d 340 ACRES GOOD
Frank M. Brown was on Wednes- a .ri LAND
while there. Since his return he has now.Mr. .
and Mrs. George Tennent day sworn in as postmaster at the
been improving some. I Miss West and Mrs. Michael were in city of Miami succeeding Morgan E. 40 Acres under fence, 200 good
orange
Mrs. Hamilton Smith's friends will Orlando last Thursday. They attended Jones, who had been connected with :M7r m

be glad to know they can now find the moving pictures and report l that office in one capacity or anotherfor WRIGHT "w trees,'two story house, barn,
her enjoying the pleasures of the the program highly amusing. thirteen years. w
porch and flowers. Mrs. Mather Mrs. John Irving Marshall enter- 't'v wr' 1tFAtTY SFA C0 best of water, three lakes. Snap

Smith and Baby Ann also join her tained at a dinner party last Wednesday Who started the popular price sys- xrs ot
and are gladly receiving callers. night at the New Seminole at tem for good movies in Orlando? bargain sale.IMIMIIMiiMMIIMIilMIMMIIIIIHMI .

Mr. J. I. Marshall and stepdaughter Orlando. The attractive: affair was '
DeLand is planning to erect a com-
Miss Rafferty, joined Mrs. Mar- in honor of her daughter, Miss Val- munity building and the different or-
shall and little John Irwin on :Monday encia Rafferty. Besides the host and
ganizations in that town which are
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traveling abroad, having spent several Mrs. Ben Benton, Mr. and Mrs. For
hard to it to
working bring a success-
{ monts in China recently. I rest Dabney Carr, and Miss Naomie .
' Mr. A. Newman, who has been ill Wood. ful culmination.Who ,Orlando Bank & Trust CoAt

t' so long went to his home last weekat Mrs. Wise is doing nicely at Dr. started the popular price sys-
Birmingham, Ala. He has had a Christ's sanitarium. She expects to 'm for good movies in Orlando? the Close of Business March 27, 1914

RESOURCESLoans
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and Discounts . .. . .. .. .$375,648.96
Overdrafts .. . . .. . .. . 1,459.31
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Orlando'sTESTED Stocks and bonds . .. .. . .. 26,018.33 .
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . 26,437.37
{ Cash on hand and in banks . . . 428,721.62


DRUG STORE LIABILITIES $858,285.59

Capital stock .5100,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits .. . 32,628.54
Due to Banks . . . . . . 230.00
Re-Discounts . .. . .. . .. .. .. None
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, DRIVE THE MOTH AWAY Bill Payable .. . .. . .. . . . None

Deposits .. .. . .. . ;. ... .. 725,427.05

KILL THE MOSQUITO
$858,285.59


SWAT THE FLY Deposits March 4, 1914 .. . . . .$619,484.91
Deposits March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05

(1) Mosquitoes, Flies Gnats Moths, Rnats, Flies, Mosquitoes. Increase in 23 days . . . .. : 75,942.14

Flies Deposits, March 27, 1913 . . . . 591,149.61
i (2) Ants, Mice, Rats, Roaches, Moths, Gnatts, Mosquitoes. J
v Deposits, March 27, 1914 .. . ,. .. 725,427.05
i (3) Mosquitoes, Flies, Gnats, Moths, Roaches, Rats, Mice and Ants/ *
Increase over last year .. .. .. .. .. 134,277.44
j'' (4) Ants, Mice, Rats, Roaches,Moths, Gnats, Flies and Mosquitoes. .. I
M..M. SMITH, President
t W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier

Ii ReadThisCitronella Directors

M. 31. Smith, W. 31. Davis, E. H. McXeill
R. L Hyer, James A. Knox, H. L. Beeman,
L. B. Long, J. W. Jackson, T. H. Evans,
Compound drives the Mosquitoes away, Price . .. . . . 15c. D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs.

_ Motholine Keeps Moths away, 2 boxes for . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 25c. {{{ MilMIIMMMMIMillttf

t Moth Balls, drives Moths away, 3 lbs. for . . .. . .. .. .. .. .25c.

Dikes Roach Powder exterminates Roaches, Price .. . .. . .. .. 25c. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

South American Ant Exterminator, drives ants away, price .. ... ... ... 25c. AND DO ALL KINDS OF ....,,>>, Fare$3QO
OPTICAL REPAIRLNG DAILY BCTWEEN
Hoopers fatal food destroys Roaches, Price . .. . .. ... .. .. ..25c. w DUFFALO .

s Peterman's Discovery kills Roaches, Price .. .. .. . . . . .15c. (LEVELANDt


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OPTOMETRIST Length 500 feet;brradia 98 feet.6 incnet 510 staterooms and parlors ceoaaaodating 1100
; PUWD
If have doubts about ability to better than other druggists
our serve
you ,
you grrt. Greater in cwt-larger in all proportion* ncber ia all.pputntmeal.-t5.a aar simmer oa
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) inland water of the world. la seme*Jaae 4 ISUu
we ask you to put us to the test as hundreof others have done. We ask for your Magnificent Steamers"SEEANDBEE.""Gty of Erie"and"Cr*of Boffalo-

business only on the basis of superior goods of others have done. We ask for your' ORLANDO, FLORIDA Daily-BUFFALO. 900P.M.and CLEVELAND-M.7i Le T.CWIafld 9-OOP.M.t to Dee.i.tLeraBo&lo '

' AmTeOereland 73O A.M. AmreBuAVlo 73O A.H.
no risk in testing us, for your money will be, refunded without question should any- NOTICE (EaMera Standard Time) (
Change of Schedule Clyde St. GnmeetioDa at(Vrrlud for Pnt-ia-BaT,Toledo, pomttTectaodSootfcvett.RaflroadtitkeU
unsatisfactory.: reading betweea Buffalo aaJ derelaad:good fortraiyportatioaoai our ateanera.
: thing prove Johns River Steamers Atk your ticket agent fox tic .t,na C.&B.Line. Write M for Dancaooe Ohiatnted booklet fut,
J Until further notice the steamersof THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, CleT.l.nJ. Q.
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11:30 o'clock a. m.
DeLANEY & ABERNETHY N. M. UPPER, Supt. WOOD COAL AND ICE W. T. ENTRICAN,
J. B. CALDER, Agent. Wood, $L50 a strand up. Hand's Makes a specialty of painting, paper..
Next Door lOc Store ORLANDO, FLORIDA Sanford, Fla., March 26, 19U. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf ing Phone, refinishing 636. floors, furniture i.2i.i, etc.

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POSTMASTERS IN FLORIDA TO ...... .II. I'
KERN J.
WANTS TO BIG SSSmNOf [ GET FIVE DAYS' LEAVE f" . " .. ........ .. .. .. .

: CONGRESS f
CLOSE E EHal
Uneeda Biscuit Washington, April Postmaster
General Burleson has just issued the
Nourishment-fine fla DEMONSTRATED FREE All WEEK I
Plan to Dispose of Legislationand following order:
Reach Adjournmentby norpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. "Postmasters of the fourth class' inthe
: All state of Florida are granted leave

June 20 for 5 cents, in the of absence for as many days, not exceeding -

-- moisture-proof package. five, as may be necessary to NOW O1T::
Washington, April 7.-A movement enable them to attend the conventionof
to end the session of
present congresson
the Florida Association of Postmasters
Saturday, June 20, has been started .
to be held at St Augustine,
by Senator Kern of Indiana, Dem- Fla.,.May 19, 20 and 21,1914." I'
ocratic leader of the senate. If it is I'

found possible to terminate the session Who started the popular price system II
earlier in June it will be done, for good movies in Orlando? MAXWELL HOUSE
but the new movement looks to June
The St. Augustine high school will
20 as the very latest get-away date.
U J
close this
year on the 5th of June
This program, proposed by Senator .
There will be six graduates 'and the
Kern contemplates a division of the
commencement address will be deliv-
work of the session as follows:
peed by Dr. W. F. Blackman, presi- BLEND COFFEEThe
.
First-Passage of the Panama tolls
,t bill. altDdBiscultRound dent Park.of the Rollins college at Winter

f Second-Passage of anti-trust; leg-

islation. thin, tender- Who started the popular price system World's Best
Third Miscellaneous business, including with a delightful flavor for good movies in Orlando?
a variety of odds and ends,
forluncheon
-appropriate
but no measure of signal importance.
tea and dinner.
Senator Kern intends within a few zo cents.GRAHAM. To THE WEST
with both
days to confer senators on

sides of the Chamber unofficailly and VIA'SfMINOU Ladies and Gentlemen are cordially
informally with z, view to reachingan

work agreement of the session that wii1 and final facilitate the LIMITED invited to call in and this.

adjourn- Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pmAr sample
ment on June 20. Ho will try to Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
bring about a "gentlemen's under- Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.1. 9:00 pm FAMOUS
standing" not only as to the limitation Lv Waycross, Ga., A. L..ll:10 pm COFFEE
on the indicated and the Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. 1,.____ 1:15 amAr
program Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 amAr
amount of time that shall be con- Americus AT
Ga. C.
of Ga. 3:55 amAr
sumed in debate on each feature of CRACKERS Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
the program. When this is done all Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga._ 7:30 amr

hands can pull together to wind up A food for every day. Ar Birmingham Birmingham, Ala.,Ala., C.C.of of G.12:05 Ga.12:05 pm p The

the session.It Crisp, tasty and Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm Yowell- Duckworth Co. t
is an easy matter to bring the Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm '
house of representatives around to strengthening. Fresh Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C,_________11:07 pm
adjournment on a specified date. The baked and fresh delivered Ar Carbondale, Ill., I.w C____12:13 am

machinery of the house, including the zo cents. Ar St Louis, Mo., I. C._____ -7:05 am DEPARTMENT STORECloak

committee on rules, is such as to Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C._____ 1:38 am
choke off the long winded memberswhenever .r-Matoon, 111., I. C______-*. 3:30 am
it is Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.___ 4:29 am
applied to that pur Ar Kankakee, 111., I. C_____ 6:20 am and Suit Department Second Floor
pose. But in the senate, where thereis Ar Chicago, Ill., I..C._______ 7:50 am ,
no cloture, it is'necessary to proceed
Solid Through Trains-Composed of
diplomatically and reach
a com
observation, compartment, drawing- 1 !, 1J !!!! !! !!! .
such . . . . .111111.111..111111.11111111111111'110.
mon agreement as Senator Kernis room, section, sleeping cars, and free .. 11' II' .111".111,1 D I 0 1111. 11,11 J ,1 t
attempting,to secure. reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville ,
Senator Kern's leadership in this and Chicago, and Jacksonville FOR SALE QUICK " M9ICM Mil " " " ">
and St. Louis. All meals in I
matter is in entire accord with the dining
Nice two-story new house, all modern I
wishes of President Wilson. The car.For I kets and Pullman car reservations equipment; lot 75x150; close in. : "tli
president has made the backs of the all on If[ taken at once will sell for $1600. I
solons bow and creak under load of Buy biscuit baked by W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, For further information, call at Sentinel I
heavy work for over a year of con or office. 3-31-6t :
D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,
I
stant grind and now he is willing NATIONAL ORLANDO
Atlantic Coast Line, Rubber Stamps made to order at
they shall take a well earned rest be BISCUIT Orlando. Warman's Repair Shop. 125tf.MtMMMMMIMMIIHMtMMtMMMMiitMIMIIHM.
fore beginning the even fiercer grindof I ;COMPANY
the campaign. Adjournment in i !
June suits him exactly. Always look for that name
Senator Kern does not anticipatea Water & Light Co. i

-filibuster against the Panama tolls .. -
bill. -.. _. -- SiJrll! aM! Suffimer r I

"All of this talk that the bill wilbe system

held by Senator O'Gorman in hi j
committee for six weeks is rot," said Electricity
the senate leader. "I am informed Seventeen prominent women of St. Our new line for the Spring
Petersburg have consented to
that consideration of the bill will served
be and Summer season of 1914 is

that expedited it is in not.every likely possible to stay way in and the ry.patronesses It will be their of Southland duty to look semina-after how complete. Never in the his- I Gas Water Ice i 1

committee longer than two weeks." the social side of the seminary and tory of our business have we
keep the standard social life of the been able to show such a line of

Who started the sys girls up to the high qualifications of new and timely goods for Easter Office-No. 18 West Central Ave.
tern for good movies in Orlando? the school.
selling. Our line of Dress
Goods Clothing Shoes Millinery -
,
,
SPECIAL RATES TO REUNIONIN Who started the popular price system -
JACKSONVILLE: for good movies in Orlando Ready-to-Wear goods and
notions is complete-the stylesare
Telephone No. 6 ,
Jacksonville, Fla, April 8.-The A black cat may bring good luck, varied enough to suit
railroads: centering at Jacksonville, but ,you can't make a mouse believe the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
and it. every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
having lines into the various sections
of the Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
state of Florida, have -I
announced Who started the popular price systern the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent i
a rate of about one farefor for good movies in Orlando?
'cheaper than the regular prices.
the round trip for the benefit of
reunion visitors who wish to see Florida SWEET POTATO PLANTS We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show 111111111111111111111111111111.1.1111111111111111.
our line if will call on us.
you you
while attending. the ,Confederate
I will pay $1.00 per thousand for iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMitiinitiiniiiMiiiiniiiiiiEASTER
meeting in May. Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato ,
These rates apply not only to Flor.ida plants, from now until June 15th.P. .
M. Shan\barger, Pine Castle, Fla. I HATS
points, but b prircipal points in 3-31-lra

the states of Alabama. Georgia, Mississippi m ew or Bargain Store ,

North Carolina and Tennessee HOTEL FOR LEASE I i -3
as well. There is also a rate of
$32.90 to Cuba and return. We have a 73-room house on Lake .MMMMMIIIMIMIMMMIMMICMMMttlllllllillltmiMmiMMMIIMIIIIHMM. .
The tickets are on sale from May Erie, just 12 miles from Cleveland on: Special ReductionOn 1
6 to 10th, wjth final limit to reach hard surface roads and trolley line .*
Abundance of traffic and last yea .
Jacksonville before midnight of June which was the first, was decidedly all Pattern Hats from 4th j j'i
April to
2, thus giving visitors almost a month successful under the management o f
in which to see Florida after the the owner, who now has other busi
close of the reunion. Stopover will ness to take all his time. House i s ORLANDOVAShINGTON{4 I April 11th. 1:
newly furnished, has electricity and
be permitted at all stations in
all conveniences, bath houses, garage .
the states covered by the excursion Reasonable leasing privileges can be i IISSESIAIILM I & DUNN {
rates. arranged. Address Palmer and"Palm.
DRAWING ROOMSLEEPING
er, Atlantic National Bank Building,

Who started the popular price sys.tem Jacksonville. Florida. vr&s CARVIA Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
for good movies in Orlando?,
FOR SALE-At
a bargain, if take
at once: One two-chair barbershop Patterns t t1IIIallll
The Tampa & Gulf Coast railwayhas known as the "0. K.," at 20 3 tj j
decided to erect a suitable stationat Boone street, doing good business;

that Gulfport thriving and little the city people are residingin greatly grapefruit 10 limits acres, 125 good, tangerines bearing land just,orange outside mandarines trees city,, TLNTIC L COAST T LiNEs f lllt'ltll' i'

pleased over the news. and house two, new large barn pecan, good trees horse; four and room rig, For Sale i iModeriTSroom I Shoe Repairing ; ;

Who started the popular price system farming implements. This place i I' : : by PARCEL POST : : i
for good movies in Orlando? located near Clear lake. Owner want _
I
to sell on account of health. Addres OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M. : 1
Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, call at
At the last regular meeting of the or I Men's Half Soles, ?sc to 850
203 Boone street. 3-26-10 i
board of county commissioners of iI I ; ; Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c j ji

Dura.l c<1 uaty it yeas decided t$done{ House 2 doors i t'liM rtn's>>afSo>tt. iDcto TiC J

31a0a fund. to the Confederate reunion Dr. BucKmaster : Tlleflay J all n Saturftay t r J : west of Wyom- ; ,' Hand Heels Turned Repaired SOC, ,. aJ.ov 250 ; 1

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: ing Hotel BarAll, work returned i in 24 hours.
Who started the popular price system Osteopathic Physician FOR RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON 1 Orders without remittance returned j
for good movies in Orlando? I gain i C. 0. D. We pay
132 Orange Avenue W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. return postage.

The St. Petersburg postoffice is W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. i -_ m m_ t
now in the first class designation. Thegain Next door to People's Bank,

over last year is $9,849.61, or 29 up-stairs. Acute and chronic ORLANDO, FLA. i A. L. Bentley, : :R A. Hanson .t.i ,
per cent. diseases treated George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. 19 East Pine Street 1

Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.tllllllMmiMMttttlimtlHtmilMIIIMItlllllt. 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE f- ORLANDO. FLORIDA I : .
i Who started the popular price sy gTelephone 578.
tem for good movies in Orlando? :.111111.IIII.il.II..lllltjl.IIIIII.IIIIIIII..111I :;
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j' THE DAILY SAYS BOND MONEY SHOULD UNDERWOOD IS DELIGHTED when he would be compelled to return .HHMMIIMIIMIIimMIMIIIIIMMMIIIillllllllliliDid

i DRAW INTEREST (Continued from page 1)) to Washington.
South Florida SentinelMORNING Today at 10 o'clock Mr. Underwood
emption act' through the senate, Mr.
AND WEEKLY Orlando, Fla., April 8, 1914. Underwood said: will be at the office of Mr. James L.

JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. Editor Sentinel-As a citizen and Giles, where he will meet a number
"I do not care to be quoted on this
of the town people, who have been Co1
s' taxpayer of Orlando I am glad to no subject. I made'my fight against the I -
Entered at the pcwtoffice at Orlando Florida make his
invited to acquaintance.
tice in that
u Second Claw Mail Matter. your morning's paper one repeal in the house, and I am done I
i He and Mrs. Underwood made a little -
of our banks was the successful bid- with it unless it should come back to 1 V
f TO ADVERTISERS: der for the street paving bonds. the house from the senate."I I trip into town yesterday evening. i
When our bonds sell above par it is to answer a number of telegramsthat
: Copy for display and all other hand-let I regretted that I had to disagree !
i t advertiinf must be handed In at the business the best indication of what outsiders with the president, but there was no had been received during the
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.the !
day btfore publication. This rule: applies think of us. Now, if the bond trus- friction in the matter. The president i day. DEPARTMENTAL STOREOrlando's'
I
f U ,changes for contract adtcrtisin;; it U tees will place this to the credit of ; understood my attitude and I his. I '
invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
i.
}" --- the city, drawing per cent, as any i I think the question might have been I' Who started the popular price sys-
for movies in Orlando?
; Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued of the banks, I presume, will be gladto j'settled through diplomatic channels, em good
: should notify the office in writing on this rate it will i t
; the date of expiration otherwise it will be'I' pay earn quite a but the president thought differently,I DR. PHILLIPS WILL GATHER BIG favorite

until continued notice at to the stop regular is received.SUBSCRIPTION'subscription. rates, sum before the commissioners can ) and I shall have nothing else to say CROP OF TOMATOES I Shopping
'I' possibly use the money. Our bond I
j i publicly on the subject, unless, as I
_. ., RATES trustees are business men and I am have said, it should be in I
brought
}.. Daily, 1 Year ..........................$5.00 they will not lose sight of up Dr. P. Phillips left yesterday for
! Daily, 6 Months ....................... 2.60 sure get- the house again." Goulds small town twentythreemiles
'- Daily 3 Month ...................... 1.25 ting 4 per cent. on the money. As to the of ,a
Daily, 1 Month .................... .50 possibility an adjourn- south of Miami, to harvest his PLACE
--- Respectfully ment of congress by June 20, as pro- tomato The doctor's is O.t .
crop. crop
Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 B. BEACHAM.TO posed by Senator Kern, Mr. Under-
: Weekly, 6 Months ..t.................. .75 the only big crop just below the frost
wood said he didn't expect to see the
which the other
line nipped
crops 4
-I. THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 19U. ADVERTISE AND VEGETABLES FLA. FRUITS WIDELY end of the present session earlier this winter over on the East Coast,

! Lloyd S. Tenny, manager of the than July 1. and he expects to reap a big harvest.
THE WEATHER Florida Growers and Shipper's league "The house is just now engaged He has one hundred acres in toma-

i Florida: Fair Thursday, except local with headquarters at Orlando, spent: with the appropriation bills," he said. toes, each acre will average about 400
... rains in northeast portion; much several hours in Miami yesterday, I Isays' "The public takes very little interestin crates, making 40,000 crates. Mar-
the Miami Herald of Saturday,
:!: colder in north and central portions. leaving for Norfolk, Va., early this such measures. ket is good now, fancies bringing Grand
Friday fair, colder in south portion. morning. He. intended coming yester- "But when you consider that thesa from $1.50 to $2.25 per crate. He

.,. LJ 1't t day morning and spending several bills carry millions in appropriations, will make his headquarters in Miami
days here. but was delayed in his arrival and that almost item
Frank they passed
Clark evidently thinks, as nine hours at Boca Ratone, and are and will employ three autos to use
Claude L'Engle does in regard to his was compelled to leave before he intended by item, it requires much more time in his business while there.

, race that he has no opposition. He by a wiro calling him to Vir than the average man thinks. The Easter OfferingsIN

i has returned to Washington after a ginia. people sometimes wonder why it is Who started the popular price sys-
The
casual trip over the second district. league represented by Mr. Ten- that congress is doing nothing, but tem for good movies in Orlando?
ny was established by some of the
-o- large marketing organizations and these bills have to be passed if the .
Claude L'Engle landed in the syn- growers in the state to handle questions government continues to run. The average man knows almost as -

: : dicate pictures along with Underwood they all have in common, suchas "When I say that they are passedby much about that canal tolls exemp-

I and Clark in their opposition to the neutral railway ground rates, etc.upon, and which furnishesa ship the item, I do not mean of course, tion repeal as he would about cal-

repeal of the free tolls act. The pers, who ordinarily are engaged in that every toothbrush in the bills is culus. Millinery .

'Florida congressman got into distinguished strong commercial competition may considered, but the recommendationsfor
ti company. meet for their general welfare. Chase Bach bureau are taken up sepa- Who started the popular price sys-
& Co., Crutchfield & Woolfolk, H. C. and tem for good movies in Orlando?
o Shroeder & Co., the Florida Citrus rately, some of them get through
I The .akeland Telegram pertinently Exchange and many other marketing without any trouble, but it is neces- FOR COMMISSIONERI AND

I suggests that if Judge Avery of Pen- concerns are back of the league, sary to give information of the needs, hereby announce myself a candidate for

sacola expects to get any votes in which The offices was organized, however,over were a not year ago. and somettimes these are challenged District re-e1ecion No.as.1 of County Orange|Commissioner county, subject from to
south Florida for open- and discussion follows, and in this the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your
court
ft supreme justice ed until the 1st of January, 1914, support will be greatly appreciated.M. Ready-to-Wear
he will have to come down and nor did Mr. Tenny associate himself way the time is consumed." 0. OVERSTREET.

M1: let us see him. A whirl around the with the league until that date. Mr. Underwood said that all the

a' : state would do the judge good anyway. ing A Florida comprehensive fruits and plan vegetables for advertis-in anti-trust bills have been presented, NOTICE OF INCORPORATIONNotice ,

the markets of'the world is being agi- and are now in the hands of commit- is hereby given that the under- ALSO
signed will apply to the Circuit Judge of the
, -_ o- tated and will be put through when tees from which they will be reported Seventh Circuit of the State of Florida on I I
: Harry Floyd's name wasn't long finally outlined. The need of a within a short time. May 12. 1914, at the City of Orlando for a .
more complete system of advertisinghas charter to be granted to Winter Park Country ,
; : enough to suit him, Charles Harry long been felt by the marketing Switching from legislative matters Club a proposed corporation not for profit. Dainty Shoes
the character and object of which is that ofa
fj Bourke Floyd, being insufficient to organizations, and now that the effort to the scene about him, the Democratic social club- and of promoting'the enjoyment -
l 7 his growing corporosity and importance is to be made, they will endeavor leader remarked upon the beauty and interest in out-door sports.

so he has annexed a prefix and to follow it up in a manner so of his surroundings."I've W.CHARLES C. TEMPLE.H. MORSE. Silk
thorough as to make up for lost Hosiery
CHARLES C. COMSTOCK.
il hyphenated his surname, the entire time according to Mr. Tenny.' never been to Orlando before E. W. PACKARD.

outfit now reading Charles Harry An assessment of fifty cents a car ," he said, "but it seems to be a NATHAN FOLLETT.W. .

Bourke Pohlman-Floyd. Where'd you on all vegetables and fruits shippedby delightful little city, and it would be MASSEY &: WARLOW. H. JOHNSTON., Solicitors. WaistsAND.

J.- get it, Harry? the the formation companies of the that league are parties and on to .hard to beat this place for attractive- April 9, 1914. 4-9-1w Lingerie

o- citrus fruits which amounts to ap- ness." Who started the popular price sys
, "The Talisman," issued by the lit- proximately the same sum, is the II He will remain two days, he said, tem for good movies in Orlando? .
method employed in the financing of
societies of the Florida State -
the league.Mr. .
J'erary College for Women, is out. The publication Tenney stated that he goes to HIMMMIMMIMMMMMIMMMMMMHIIIMIMIM*t
is entirely creditable as to Norfolk to attend a conference be- Positively the largest and finest

;1' the character of its contents and is tween officials of the Seaboard Air ; ; A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX
Line, Atlantic Coast Line and Ar- assortment of
moreover a beautiful specimen of the '
; l printer's art. The imprint of the charge. It will be the first time THE PALMS AUTO COREO
J house doesn't appear upon it, but we that shippers have been representedat
l think it should. Those who are interested such a conference, in Mr. Tenny's
.
opinion. MOTOR CARS !
f in the business would like tog CHIC PARASOLS

know what factory it was produced WEATHER REPORTThe low of We also
For long life and cost upkeep. carry a .
in. is the weather
! I Orlando following for week reportfor full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof
0 ending April
The Tampa Times appears to have 5. 1914, as taken by Mr. Jas. Thomson competent repair men. All our work is absolutely ever shown in this,
rJ. co-operative observer of the
a grouch against Underwood that it national bureau. guaranteed. .

;.. can't overcome, remarking that if it High Low Prec. Bar.
takes as long for him to make his Monday ______ 88 59 ___ C. Maxwell "25," $800, Equipped in Orlando QUEEN CITY
Tuesday _____ 86 58 ___ C.
t mark in the senate it did in the
4 as Wednesday ___ 84 60 ___ CC.
!i.l.. house that he will die of senility before Thursday ____ 87 61 .17 CC.

t it happens. Underwood will Friday _______ 84 62 ___ C.
! make his mark in the upper branch Saturday _____ -82 58 ___ CC. Our Men's Furnishing Department -
THE AUTO CO
PALMS
Sunday ______ 83 63 T. CC.
just as he did in the lower, let the C-Clear
; PC-Partly cloudy; CC- has
't. Times be assured. Few men have Cloudy. ii anticipated very
FULLER & FOX Proprietors.IMMeMtiimtlMIMMMMmiHIMMIIiMIHIiMH.
i; ever made their mark so distinctly in ,
P; the lower house or elsewhere at UnIf Who started the popular price system ii largely
for good movies in Orlando '
?
derwood's age. He is yet in the vigor ,

If of youth, to judge from his appearance ,

and he will not have to wait in : ,, Easter Wants

the senate for his ability to be recognized o ,, i

;t since it is now known of all .

R men. ,.II Everything for MAN from his
0j

Hastings, the potato capital, which ... Hat to his Shoes-including all

k has been the only life saving station .

ft. between St. Augustine and Palatka, : Are You Invited : the go betweens.We .
I*V*# voted dry in the recent election in .

St. Johns though the ,
county county
:T f went wet by a large majority. The to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where 1 : show here styles simul-

Ocala Star compares Hastings in this a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure : taneously with New York and
i respect to Dunellon in Marion county,
you will be interested in our display of the newest and :
which also voted dry in the election Paris the result of
our -
most artistic designs inCUT progressive
r in that county several months ago. :

:} This is not to be wondered at. The aggressiveness.Is .

saloon in the small town rapidly de- GLASS :

generates into a doggery, and even ..
i those who favor the sale of whiskyare There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets ',

.\ eventually compelled to admit here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.We :
i that it is bad business and they can
not stand up and defend it, nor will are sure you can never find anything that would :
}
they go into a booth and vote for it. be more acceptable.T.h.Evans. :


r There is a great o howl from navy ,I Mail Order r Department e

officers because Secretary Daniels has .

abolished liquor from battleships and

navy. yards. The taking of wine Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, makeuse

away from the officers' mess is regarded of it whenever you can. Samples or information

as a fearful outrage, but what -. -. cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
f are they going to do about it? Certainly ,I Write for one of our illustrated mail order cata

there is greater demand for the ,, logues. We invite comparison values.
army and navy to be kept at the '

height of preparedness and effectiveness -

at all times than in any other the Jeweler

xdepartment of the government, and
,
r y.. no one is in need of being told that ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
the constant use of alcohol unfits men
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
for business of any kind. Secretary
5t Daniels' order may be unpopular with .
.
the men of the navy but it will be EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING Orange Ave. Orlando

approved by the people of the coun- .

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-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. ""-'. ( QDQ oJ QD QD J! Q f f!

That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con TODAY'S"The Militant"PROGRAMImp. A three- et It irnOflS t

BUYS AND SELLS reel drama dealing with the suffrage
cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en question in England. This questionis
being solved in America without
REAL ESTATE
gine. resort to militancy. Inclined to progressiveness -
I Alligator Bags
the American
man con
No pifrer candies than utt's-made Chocolates, Caramels siders the rising of women to equality .
with favor. But in England the poli
'
Taffies, etc. ? .,, '.. ticians' persistent refusal to face the You may have those that are left
issue has brought violent disorder
"f ', -
within
FRESH EVERY DAY. 400 acres three and a destruction of property never at cost. .We do not want to carry

miles of Kissimmee two before equalled.
them
Don't fail to see this play at the through the summer.

mile facing Orlando-Kis- Favorite Thursday.Price .
5 .
cents.LOCKECHENEY

BUTT'S' KANDY l KITCHEN[ simmee brick road, $20 SOUVENIR SPOONS U

per acre if sold within MARRIAGE TO Take one home with you. tie still
k TAKE PLACE SUNDAY
l 30 days. 314.imIIMIMMMIMMMiMilM I U have a good assortment left. D

.4: The home of pure home-made Candies! Much interest is felt by the many
I friends of Mr. Joe Cheney in his approaching ABALONE PEARL JEWELRY.

AvenueIMiilllllllMMM' marriage to Miss Hazel
Orange BISHOP MANN TO PREACH ON Locke, of Lebanon, N. H., this eventto Mounted in Sterling Silver-just the

THE FUTUREThe take place on Easter Sunday in
ItMIIMIIilllillMili the Congregational church of that thing for those few presents, good,

subject of Bishop Mann's ser city.
but not expensive.
mon tonight (at 8 o'clock) will be Mr. Cheney is one of our most pop J
Who started the popular price system "The Future." This is the closingone ular and has the
young men congrat
for good movies in Orlando?
I in the series of excellent sermons ulations and best wishes of all who
WADE Mr. A. A. Williams of Fort
Valley, Allen & Co.
he has given this week each
I know him, and a most cordial welcome -
THE TUNER
Ga., is among the late arrivals at the ,
number holding the closest attentionand
will be tendered his bride on
ORLANDO, FLA. San Juan.
,
interest of the congregation. their arrival here. JEWELEijS
Messrs. W. Pannell and E. H. Eu-

banks are prominent citizens of Tampa NOTICE Prompt Repairing

Who started the popular price system registered at the San Juan. CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING
for good movies in Orlando? Everything Guaranteed.
Mrs. W. B. and Mrs. Jos.
Lynch The Conway W. C. T. U. will unite A call meeting of the Civic Leaguewill
You may get the Free machine Bumby, Sr., spent the day yesterdayin
I with the ladies of Pine Castle in an
free. Have ? It be held on Wednesday afternoon,
you a coupon w.I I
Maitland the of Mrs.
guests J.
interesting entertainment at the
The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday April 15th, at 3:30 o'clock. at the I
afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Presbyterian Simmons.Mr. school auditorium at Pine Castle Sorosis library, for the purpose of !
lecture room. ) G. L. Bittinger, of Kokomo, Thursday evening, April 9th. Several electing a new secretary. Mrs. J. W.
Ind., arrived in Orlando yesterdayand young ladies from Conway district
Simmons who elected
was to this
Mrs. D. C. and -
Thompson daughter
expects to spend some time in will speak for a silver medal. Music
office at the annual meeting, is unable Ibn IIdl
Miss: Ruby Neal, are visiting in
Plant City for a few days. !|this section. will be furnished by Pine Castle tai to serve. ICIOI I)
Mrs. B. Beacham, Miss Norma ent. Come and enjoy the evening. A -. .
'
Miss Ruth Thompson' left yesterday Beacham, Mr. Irving Hewl and Mr. mall admission will be charged. ATTENTIONAll MIHIIHimmiMIIIIM MMIttllitl
') for Marianna Fla. to be the
MARY F. HUXTABLE.
Jack Abrams returned yesterday in
members of Welcome LodgeNo. :
of Miss Nell Farrior.
guest ,their car from Miami and other pointson 9 are requested to be present Friday I Liquid Veneer
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Vedder, of Fort the East Coast DEATH OF R. EDGAR DANN :
night for the purpose of con
Plain N. Y. who the :
are touring
Misses Mary Holly, Eloise Gass- ferring the Knight rank on five can :
state, are guests at the Melrose. I man, Zilah Shepherd, Abbie Jones. The death of Mr. R. Edgar Dann, didates, and banquet to foUow.I I iMes old woodwork, frames and furni- \

Get your coupon and get the Free and Edith Robinson, and Mr. Will aged 38, occurred yesterday afternoonat 0. N. LARSON, C. C. ture look like new, 25 and 50 cents.Austin's .
machine free, April 18th. Watch the : 3:45 o'clock, due to pneumonia.
Branch left yesterday in automobilesfor Attest: J. T. DALE,
for It
papers particulars. .
The deceased had been ill since Sunday
Daytona Beach for an outing. Keeper of Records and Seals. ,
Mr. J. V. McCullough, representing
only, and his death caused a Dog BreadWill
the G. F. & A. Railway company, is I I| Rev. W. H. Cresson, of City Point, poignant shock to the entire city. He
in Orlando today soliciting businessfor Fla., made a brief business visit to was one of the most prominent and Preachers are busy preparing special -
his road. town last and welcomed' sermons for the crowd of churchgoers in Condition
I evening. was popular of the younger business men keep your dogs a healthy |
next Sunday. Choir leadersare
Miss Julia Atkinson and Miss Dye, by his many friends of the Cathedral of Orlando, and aside from the number .
who are teaching at Cathedral school, parish at the close of the evening of associates which his business also busy getting up something

leave today for Daytona to spend a service. connections gave him. his sunny disposition unusually fine.Churchgoers. Educator Toilet Soap

couple of days. Mr. and Mrs. Z. N. Evans, Mr. and and hearty good fellowship

Miss Clema Buck, of Rural RetreatVa. Mrs. Orlando Turner and daughter, caused him to make and hold the the best kind of will be sure wherever to hear Makes the skin smooth and white.

., left yesterday for Sanford, aftera Wacile, motored over to Daytona yes friendship of all with whom he came messages
they attend service on Sunday. This
few days visit with Miss Zelma'I terday, where they will while away in contact. Besides his wife and two '
applies to the country districts as
Lewter on North Orange avenue. the remainder of the week fishing and children, he is survived by his mother,,
I well as it does to the city.
Mrs. Julius Lucas, who has been bathing. Mr. Evans expects to be Mrs. M. L. Dann; a sister, Miss Ethel

visiting her brother, Mr. H. T. Butler,I back 'in his studio Saturday after- Dann, and a brother, Mr. H. Carl TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR THE SANITARY GROCERY

on Gore avenue for some weeks, left I noon refreshed and ready for busi Dann. The funeral will be conducted

yesterday for her home in Spartan- ness. from the residence on West Church SALE-Restaurant business, CARUTHERS & GORE .

burg, S. C. s street at 12:30 o'clock this afternoon, consisting,of steel range, oil stove,
REVIVAL SERVICES BEGIN AT by Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, of the cooking utensils, tables, chairs, and Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Mr. Mrs. E.
and W. have
Carpenter I BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY First Baptist church. The intermentwill silverware. Will sell at bargain. Ad-
left for their home at Tunkhannock, : dress H. W. Rhodes. Winter Park,
take place at Beulah, Ocoee. I
Pa., after spending the winter at the I -- near Fla. 4-9-3t I
The deceased member of the FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.ltMIIMIflllllllillilMIIIHIMIIMMtl.
Wyoming with their daughter, Mrs.!I Several candidates for baptism was a CUT
H. K. Miller. I were immersed last night at the Bap. Red Men and Maccabees, and the HORSES FOR SALE-Weight 800 to 't > l'"
1 I tist.church the members of these orders will attendin 1500 pounds. Prices right. Dr. tH
Rev. Dr. Edw.
Mr. Van Natta and Miss pastor.
Baugher Wienenga, Dann's.Transfer. 4-9-3t .. -
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body. The will ;;; --
a pallbearers be -
T. Poulson
officiating in an impressive
Nelle '
Van Netta, of Otterbein, Ind.,
::=:
Messrs. S. S. Griffin, Phil Slemons,
who have spent the winter in Orlando -i manner. Beginning Sunday Dr. Phone 646 for Hudson and Chal
Poulson will conduct revival services J. T. Dale, T. F. Laubach, E. S. Keyes mers livery service. Auto repairing Cam
with M. A. Clark, on Central Avenue -
,I I for the next two weeks. This will be and T. H. Evans. a specialty. Roy H. Barnard, 17
left yesterday for their home. Hewey street, Orlando, Fla. 4-9-6t ,
the last -
revival conducted in the old A
church The cost of living brings no frowns,
as the new edifice will be
CLOTHINGWe To smile the housewife's able; Who started the popular price system
erected during the summer and the She reads the money-saving ads I. for good movies in Orlando?
have just received a shipmentof old structure will be torn away. Dr. In the Sentinel, at breakfast table.
Schloss Bros. fine suits for i Opening of Piano Studio 15th. i
April
men. ,
i I i Poulson will be unassisted, except bya Sentinel want ads. get results
For particulars address Mac Tall-
Also "Lord Baltimore" brand forboys'
large revival chorus that will be man Care Grand Theater, or Phone i4rLP
suits. Also large stock of organized for the period. Eat what you want No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m.
Palm Beach and mohair suits. Buy There were six accessions to the Eat all you want. 43lm.
Take 'a postscript and forget it. ,
dothing from
your us.
church at last
night's meeting four
,
4-6-2t W. M. SLEMONS.Who For, sale by all druggists. DANCE AT RUSSELL'S POINT ll
by and
baptism two by letter. l7d&w.lyrWho Thursday Evening, April 9th.

A cordial invitation to all. Ladies _
started the popular price system Who started the popular price sys started the popular price system free. Gentlemen 50 cants. Good music
for good movies in Orlando? tern for good movies in Orlando? for good movies in Orlando? and a good time. Conveyance opposite 19UiD Aq1N Id"
postoffice, Jones' auto bus, fare L1ll ?'
10 cents each. 4-6-3t
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Eat what you want.

The Lucerne Today Eat Take all a you postscript want. and forget it. 1M 1EJ' *

For sale by all durggists. \ /
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for good movies in Orlando? : WHITE

"Ruy Bias," after Victor Hugo's novel. A most ex- WARREN CO.>

quisite picture of'Court Life in the Spanish Court at the end Good Wood $1.50 PAINTS COLOR

of the 17th In three reels. CHICAGO NASHVILLE
century. complete Better Wood $2 and $2.25

"The Clerk," a one reel Majestic. Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75


"Pate Lariat Ol Flying "A," a one reel American. This won't last long, A. L. BECK LUMBER CO.


"Can Of Baked Beans," a one reel Thanhouser. Stock up while you can. Kiln Dried Lumber and Building Material


Saturday"Zuzu the Band Leader," the biggest laughever. Orlando Wood Yard Phone 451 Orlando, Fla.

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104 W. Pine St.
OSTEOPATHYDR. BARGAINS IN SECOND HAND
B. W. KINGSIEY, 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, 1012, 3-3, and by appointmentNo Oe 1913 Krit Roadster ..... .. .350
LUTHER THE FLORIST One 1913 Krit Touring car .... 375
I extra charge for house treatment One 1912 Haynes ....... .......700
Balcony: 5 Cents : Cut Flowers Telephone connections One 1913 Oakland Roadster .... 500
I Office cor. Orange and Central Area One 1913 Cadillac, 4-passenger .1400
: ROSES, VIOLETS, One Cadillac Truck .... ..... ... 750
Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m.Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiini. I All cars in splendid condition.
: CARNATIONS, PANSIES, Buy your garden seed from DeLaney Agent for Loner cars. .
i KLOEPPEL MOTOR CAR CO.
& Abernethy. Just received a
i : POTTED PLANTS big shipment of fresh seed. 3.13-tf I Jacksonville, Fla, Phone 4787t




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POLITICS IN THE FOURTH I PEOPLE'S WANTS We insure your life and loan you I

'- 'MAY money on real estate at 6 per cent
BEES-AN ESSAY interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.
'Politics in the Fourth Congressional By Claude L'Engle Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. Louisville 8 Nashville R. R.
or the "Shoestritg District" as it MUNNIMAKERS 325d&wtfFOR

has been facetiously labeled by the Dont't Get Stung- Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale Fer RENT OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
will warm up some now lent, etc., for this column 2 ic for one day I
newspapers May bees are good little in 50e for three days or SLOG for one week for Five room house kitchenette and CINCINNATI CHICAGO ST. LOUIS LOUISVILLE I
,
that the committee has met and pre %5 words or less. Money must accompany bath, electric lights; by the year or *
; scribed the rules and regulations and sects, the advertisements for this columa, as no month; partly furnished. See owner, INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,
I the amount to be paid and the dates 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 primaryDon't 4-5-3t I
arranged for the speaking. Congressman FOR SALE
waste time on May SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.

L'Engle writes from'Washington bees. An elegant modern home; four bed- FOR SALE-Complete set of house- Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:16 pm Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm
.b < 'that he will be too busy to meet the rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- hold furniture. Will sell cheap. Call Ar. Knoxville .............12:00( D'n Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:60( am
Some other man may be all tricity throughout; fruit trees and at 208 East Robinson avenue. 4-5-3t Ar. Lexington .............. 6:40 pm Ar. Birmingham ...........12:10 n'n
other candidates on the stump and hex Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8SO pm Ar'NashriHe .. T:40
r: draw crowd for right for you in Congress; flowers. 509 East Central avenue. Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am Ar. Evansville ::::::::::::: 1:35 pm am
does not purpose to a 2- 5-tf. FOR RENT-Five cottage. Apply ... .......... ..
Some other man may be in room Ar. Detroit : 7:45 am Ar. St. Louis ....i......... 7:40 am
their benefit. It may be that distance Mrs. McDade, 307 Broadwayavenue. Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 245 pm Ar. Chicago ........A..... 9:38 am
line with progressive De- 4-1-lw Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
will lend enchantment in Claude'scase FOR SALE Ar. Indianapolis ............ 7:09 am DIXIE FLYER
but if he is physically able to mocracy. Nursery stock, one, two, three and Ar. Chicago ............... '1:1" am I,
for few minutes Some other man may be four year old buds; Foster Early, FOR RENT-Six room house, fur DIXIE LIMITED ; Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
I come down here a able to think for the people Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- nished, modem improvements; also] The fastest train to the West. Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
and see the people it is my advice to furnished rooms. Apply Sentinel of- Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ..........12:00 n'n
after election, ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle* 4-1-lw Ar. St. Louis .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
him to climb into an auto at Jack- But may be some other man Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf fice. Ar. Chicagt ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ ':50 amElectric
sonville and go over part of the dis-
wqn't. FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house
k trict at least. It is good form for FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. garden and farm land, on Conway Lighted Trains with Through Sleeper L. & N. Diners. No Better
And may be you'll get For rent, three room suite for light I Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast N. Dust .r
the I Box 115.
road. R. Bruce
to job
, our congressmen stay on clary Perry, Dirt.
stung fooling with him. housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train, with dining ears, e
the
attending to 320lmd&wp
at Washington peo-
You know that Claude L. Coryell; 201 Concord Ave. west, coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleveland
pie's business, instead of lalygagging Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Direct -
be
L'Engle is NOT a may ; paces connections to Toledo Detroit. PitUbarg. Buffalo.
A the babies in his district, but FOR RENT-Two office
over You know that he .will DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago>>
FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand our store at No. 9 W. Church street. (
many a good fight has been won by with coaches dining cars. drawing room compartment and observation sleeper
. think and act for you, unimproved land. See S. S. Come in and we will show you. Pierce through to St Louis on Dixie Limtted, over 5 hours fastest and only one
personal suasion and the commanding Because he is now in Con Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2- 6-w1m Electric Co. 3-29-tf night outMONTGOMERY .
.. of the candidate. I might ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily and con-
presence
gress doing this very thing. necting sleepers to Chicago.
mention Frank Clark as a shining ex-
ample of this sort of campaigning When you can get a sure IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.

thing C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway,
and they have never beat Frank yetI Don't risk the best chance 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
and hardly 'will for some time to .2'-eod-2m

f'. come., It is a hardship on a man Claude that ever L'Engle happened.has been One Bungalow Left to Sell

that he is obliged to make a strenuous
time-tried and firetested -
.i '
campaign every two years to hold in the fights for thepeople's 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIII'IIIIDI'II 'lllt
something that has been given him
rights.He M. J. DAETWYLER
by the people but the boys in opposi-
is the one sure thing THE.
; tion to our present congressman ex- this for ... .. .
for you in race
pect to make a strong campaign and
in the Fourth
Congress
there are many of them. District.He Phone 563 AltamonteAltamonte

Billy Malone will come out of Key is there for one term,

West like young Loch nvar and from Keep him there for another :

all accounts he will have those loyal Vote for Claude L'Engle 1.111111..1111111411111.111111111111..llllllllltl', '

Key Westers with him to a man, first. I II III

which means that he will have some Take a chance second FOR SALE-Good upright piano; FOR RENT-By the year. a modern

two thousand votes for a start. Withy has beon used only three months; 10-room house, with bath, completely I Springs FlaA I

anything like an even break in the : will sell at a bargain. Call on Judge furnished, in the best part of town.
LaBar at 5 W. Livingston avenue. Apply to Jas. Thomson, 17 S. Orange
choice he will and his
I second go some Who started the popular price system 4-7-lw avenue. 4-7-3t beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)
legislative career will help him over for good movies in Orlando? Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Orchestra -

the state. FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful

Likewise Joe Sears, of Osceola Word comes that during the coming acre in bearing orange grove; six week or month; cheap. Phone 571, location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40
J summer there will be spent in acres cleared; part of land suitablefor or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot- ,
county, has a large following from gardening and trucking; located ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modem improve
: his home people and the adjoining J Miami and Dade county more than a half mile from city limits on public MISCELLANEOUSFURNISHED ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only I

counties where the people know him quarter:[ of a million dollars in new road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., xAltamonte Spring Water used.: Illustrated Booklet.
HOUSE to let. 303
best, and when Joe gets on the stump chool houses. Fifteen school houses care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf West Concord Avenue, Orlando,

and begins to talk to the people he ire to be built in Dade county, seven Fla. 4-5-3t. I i GEORGE E. BATES & SON PROPRIETORS fI
,
SALE'
i will make a most convincing argument to be built in the country districts FOR
and eight in the city of Miami. Pair of mules, well matched, young, One hundred and sixty acres of fine I SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT VERNON, N. H.
; about his qualifications. He is sound and in good condition. H. H. farm land, near Maning, North Dakota 111'111111111111'1111111111111111"1118"111"11'Stationery

very popular in the middle tier of Williams, P. 0. Box 247, Orlando, 80 acres under cultivation in

counties and also in some of the Who started the popular price system Fla. 4-2-6t good location. Will trade for orange

| if East Coast counties, and his candidacy j for good movies in Orlando? FOR SALE-A new bungalow, five grove ticulars or address city property.C. E. Piatt For, full Conway par-, that is not Stationary ;

| J will have to be reckoned with rooms and bath, modern in every Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw
detail. Ten minutes walk to post-
strong. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR
;i office. Will give good bargain to FOR RENT-By the year or month, Ours is constantly on the move becausewe

.t. Chic Acosta of Jacksonville is a REPRESENTATIVE prompt buyer. Owner, phone 376, modern seven room house. Apply have what the public desires and at reas-
campaigner and knows how to get city. 4-2-lw 217 East Robinson avenue. 4-4-8t

votes and the people of the district I hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county subject for Representative to onable prices. .

have already him in round. the action of the Democratic primary to beheld FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room More help wanted? Room to let '
seen one
can fur-
Our stock is so varied that we
Jane 2nd. furnished house. Will rent all or
or wanted? Advertise in the Sentinel -
Chic has been the in
over territory an J. H. REESE.
part of it, by the month or year. Be sure to read the ads. in nish most anything you want in size tint ,
automobile and shook bush and
3 every FOR REPRESENTATIVE Apply :Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman
? promises a,return engagement soon. street. 4-2-2wks today's Sentinel. They bring results. finish or weight. Just now we are selling a
I hereby announce my candidacy for Rep
k Albert Williamson, of Jacksonvillealso resentative from Orange county subject to boxes of Initial. Correspondence
W. T. great
ENTRICAN. many
and the well known editor of the the action of the Democratic primary to bei&4 WANTED
) June 2nd. I Offers to Orlando the newest and best Cards. Unless name begins with X,
Floridian is welt to the S. S. GRIFFIN. your
known
pea WANTED young, sound saddle of workmanship in the painting and
ple of the Fourth. He made the FOR REPRESENTATIVE horse, weighing 700 to 850 pounds.A. I decorating trade. Phone 636. we probably have your initial. The cards are

t rounds two years ago over the state Yielding of leading to what citizens appears in almost to be every the pre-desire J. Taylor, 211 E. Robinson avenue. 1-21-ln fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come-
4-4-3t
t. and feels confident that he will be cinct of Orange county that one of the can-
elected this time. He is the original didates to be nominated for Representativein WANTED, family washings at and see them. They are only 50c a box. We
the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe WANTED-Pair of good medium once, from 50 cents up. Home
war horse of the state and knows pol- nounce from myself the country a candidate.precincts, I hereby an- size young mules, and wagon; also Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. also have the initial paper to match the

itics better,than any man in Florida. A. B. NEWTON. Jersey cow and calf. Address A. S.H., 3-8- cards.

Albert is unafraid and when he gets care Sentinel. 4-4-3t

s up to make a few remarks spares I hereby FOR announce COMMISSIONER n-yrelf a candidate for SEED! SEED! SEED! The Sentinel want ads find tenants

none of his opponents. re-election as Commissioner from District No. Garden and field seed. DeLaney & for houses or rooms every day. Let W. S. BRANCH,
I
3 Orange county Florida subject to the
action of the Democratic primary to be held Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf J them help you.
Claude L'Engle, the present incumbent June 2nd, 1914. The Arcade Book and Music StorenMllllillillllllMWllMWUllinnmininiinn
is a most convincing speaker, J. L. DILLARD. WANTED-Ladies to bring their
combings to us. Don't destroy
but being crippled, with rheumatismis MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION them. We will make what you want. a t.i' t.There's "
unable to make the active cam- Come and see our stock and examineour
thai he I hereby announce myself as a candidate work. We invite If .
( paign made several years for re-election to the office of Member of inspection.
ago, and the younger voters who do Board of Public Instruction, Orange County you havn't the hair we supply it. Our
from District No. 3, subject to the coming stock is genuine. We make every- Show Here
not know him will probably demandhis primary. Very respectfully thing to order. We pay cash for a Style |

presence in the field, but he announces Zellwood, Fla. WM. EDWARDS. combings.We .

that he will have able men to beg to announce that we have .
FOR COUNTY'COMMISSIONER secured the exclusive agency for the
cover the speaking points for him. I am a candidate for the office of County well-known and popular Clow's Knit

The race for congress promisessome Commissioner of Orange county from Hosiery. Drop us a card and samples in the YearHome
District 2. If elected I promise to serve the Every. Day
great oratory and old time cam- people to the best of my ability having resided will be submitted for your inspection
paigning and the people of the Fourth here a number of years I am qualified at your leisure.; The goodswe
to know the needs of the section and handle are the kind that satisfy.
are looking forward to some big time the people. NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar-

when the candidates meet in joint de- Respectfully land St. 3-23.1 mo
A. C. STARBIRD i
bate. This style may be obsolete. Apopka, Fla. LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN makers will find a visit through our I

| but the people pre heartily in, favor FOR SHERIFFI
While in take "Dixie"or
Chattanooga We have here the
2 of meeting and hearing the 'people hereby announce myself as a candidatefor big store an interesting treat. ;
Sheriff of Orange County subject to the "News" sightseeing automobiles!
who wish to represent them and the Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. '
for Lookout Mountain Point Park
FRANK GORDON. of necessities for the furnishingof
f man who puts up a convincing talk Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary most delightful

will knock a lot of persimmons. The FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI
Ridge and historical points. For res-
<, Clays and"Websters are not all dead hereby announce myself as a candidatefor the modern home.
re-election to the office of Supervisor of: ervations, address 910 Market street.
and Florida can produce some great Registration for Orange County subject to .
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, 33Apr.23MMMMMIMIilMMMIIM
orators upon demand.-R.: J. Holly! in 1914.

F Sanford Herald. FRANK H. WILLIAMS. We specialize in high-grade furniture at a .

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Who started the popular price I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor moderate We invite to in and
system price.
County Commissioner Orange County; you come
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: for good movies in Orlando? District Four.subject to the action of the A Genuine Bargainin ,
a Democratic primary June 2nd, 1914. I will

,: Mrs. W. P. Reed, an aged resident greatly appreciate your support Yours ,truly. Real EstateGood look over the display.Kincaid .

of Pensacola, was burned to death ;a C. J. SWEET. 1
Pine Castle Fla.
few days ago at the home of her eight-room house,

daughter in the western section of FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI with connected kitchen I GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHT
announce myself as a candidate for reelection PRICES RIGHT
that city. The aged lady, weak from to the office of County Commissioner. twenty acres first class land

a long illness, was building a fire Orange County District Five subject. al cleared, 315 bearing
to the decision of the Democratic primary
when her clothing ignited. June 2nd 1914. Orange Trees, in first class I .

Respectfully condition fine bloom. Land
E. L. BROWNFt ,
Who started the popular price sys Christmas Fla. can easily be sub-divided .
_: t tern for good movies' in Orlando? into fire-acre tracts is '
FOR TAX ASSESSOR on

r The National Bank of Commerce, office I hereby of Tax announce Assessor of my Orange candidacy County for sub.the: road to Conway, 21.2 & Snowden'

Pensacola's ject to the action of the Democraitc primary) miles from Court House, : :
t new banking institution, called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and
F will open for business on the first of elected I pledge you my faithful service. road on two sides, main
next month. ARTHUR. BUTT. road will be bricked this r

FOR COUNTY TREASURER Has rural
year. delivery,

The beautiful Ponce de Leon hotel : Treasurer I hereby of announce Orange myself County a subject candidate to the for and shool wagon. Sold to I ORlANDO'S ILOW PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE

| In St Augustine closed Saturday Democratic primary of June.2nd H.,TUCKER.1914.J. close and estate. CHEAPfor

fcfte, luncheon concluding another i cash; or very reasonable

successful season. The season proved I I hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTOR myself as a candidate terms will be made. | Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida i
to be one of the best in many for reelection to the office of Tax Collector ,
years. LORD &
of Orange County subject to the Democratic BRADSHAW .
primary to be held June 2nd 1914. If re-
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$3.00 to
$1.00 A DAY MEALS 50 CENTS :

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Inquire at office for low weekly and monthly rates for the :
$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
summer. i
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We Will Put the 1
Sparkman and grandchildren, of Jack- THE MARKET H
sonville, and Mrs. C. Rails and daughter That's All ,
of Orlando, visited Sunday with Success in Your
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macy $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruit : Of Cleanliness Of Quality
C. M. Eaves, of Galesburj III, wa HandsHow and orange trees. 120 are I
at the Lake View Inn Sunday. Mr. large seedlings and the balanceare
Eaves wa' here all .,! test ".1.ter -nd from one to three year old FRESH AND SALT MEATS

. expects to spend next winter in Pine ? By furnishing you witha buds. Near city.$3,250.Choice FISH AND GAME
Castle. home in city; 8
A. Q. Lancaster and family were perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative rooms, large lot and finet fruit ; Kept under the best sanitary conditions. .

guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. J.. $2,400.-Good 7-room house,
SW2 t.Miss. call on you. He will give you a East Side. Close in, only five | Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

Ollie Hansel came up from formula that will make and mature minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.
{ Lakeland Saturday for a short visit of choice lots and a number -
with home folws. I your fruit. exceptionally good city ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have t

Messrs. Will and Frank Livengood' '- and grove propositions. We have everything in the Meat Line.
enjoyed s fishing trip to one of the I for, rent several furnished bun.
nearby lakes last week and report a: galows and flats close in. Some
,catch cf 6? in one day. by the year and others 'till the I The PARLOR MARKET
P. B. Wycoff. of Orlando, is spending .. Tale Southern f Perlilizer r Co. winter season begins. Call and
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. make your wants known.

H A. Fuller. I H. M. Self & Co.
Miss Katie Matchett, of Orlando, ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA '
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooper & Atha PINE STREET
W. Matchett. '." 111"1'1"1"1111, 1.,11.,1,1'1.
Mr. Earl Butler, of Charleston, W. 111 South Orange Are., Ground Floor : Phone No. 80IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIII
Va., who has scent the winter here Phone No. 311 J
>. at the Lake View Inn, considers himself .
improved in health, and claims
to have gained 20 pounds in weight
inside of three weeks time. This is i" iMIMMMtailMUMMMIMMMMIMIMMMMIMMMMMHiMIIIHMtUW.
a compliment to Pine Castle as wellas '-
the Lake: View Inn. ,
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The Ladies' Aid \s4Ir'
Baptist gave an
ice cream social Saturday night. i i
M. SLEMONSNew -
They church.are working hard to finish their .

The W. C. T. U. of Conway givesa Just arrived car load :
speaking contest for the silver
medal that they offer, at the school FORDS for immediate -

auditorium, Thursday, April 9th, at delivery.Get Goods Arriving Daily
7:30 p. m. Besides the speaking, several -
musical selections will be given.A I
large attendance is hoped for. Admission yours nowF.

adults 15 cents, children 10
cents. G. RUSH
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The Lake View Inn will close about Phcne226To '
the 15th of April after a prosperous We sell high 'grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

winter season. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

r Who started the popular price sysm Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
} for good movies in Orlando? c
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

CURIOS & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
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cms of specimens, the!largest collection -
of zoological and ethnological ob
jects ever gathered by an American H W. M. SLEMONSURANGE
scientific expedition, is on the way
from the center of Africa to the
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out Herbert Lang and Mr. Chapin, .tn- I I LI I ttlMtitllMtMIMMMMM.
who was a sophomore at Columbia SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED ,I..#$iyiMi
university, to search in Africa for I 1111111.111111.1HOT
specimens. The two were greatly assisted Dixie Dixie
in tht Congo by the Belgian I Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Lv Orlando. A. C. 1.........12:31 am 3:13 pm I I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm WATERIn
government and wherever they went r Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
officials arranged for bearers and v Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:3i am 8:25pm v Jacksonville A. C. L ........... 8:15pm the Summer Time. Hot water is one of the most
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equipmentFor r Macon G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15 am Macon, G. S. & F. .............. 3:46am essential features of a comfortable home. This is
fourteen months the scientistsin r Atlanta, C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7:25am r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7lam e ;Vo home
r Knoxville, L. & N. ............12:19pm emphasized most strongly in the Summer time be- l Nom Iet.
the African 'wilds were out x>f r Chattanooga W. & A..12:18am 11:55am r Corbin L. & N. ................ 3:16 pm -
touch with civilization. r Nashville N. C. & St. 1.. 4:50 am (:30 pm r Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:00 pm cause you don't want to heat the kitchen up by one
Ar St. Louis, L C.&L.&N. %:50 Jm 7:20 am r Indianapolis ?a. L. .........;.. 1:50 am keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequentlymost
Among rare specimens they are
Ar Lexington L. & N. ............
6:50pm
bringing out of Africa are several, Ar Hopkinsvffle. L. t N........... 6:%1 pm Ar CulcinantS, L. & N. eo........... 850pm homes have to go without it all Summer and
skins of the akapi, an animal which,'Ar Evansvilfe L. & N..... 9:23am 9:"5 pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. & L ..........12:20pm in the Winter i
have it in limited quantity j
only
Ar Terre Haute, C. A E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids, G. R. & L ....... %:45 pm I
has the characteristics of the zebra. Ar Chicago C. & E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am. r Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:15am
and the deer and is exceedingly "GET A RUUD" -
difficult to capture. The scientists,'I DIXIE LIMITED I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED t I I'
also obtained a white rhinoceras. The, room Solid sleeping train composed can, observation of lection cempartmeAt drawing Solid train compoeed of electric lighted and you have plenty of steaming'hot water any time
collection contains 2,400 mammals' an and dining ear, between Jacksonville and I.' drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches you want it and at a very small cost by simply J .
Chicago and section dr wing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
2,850 birds, 1,300 reptiles, and from I ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis: turning on the faucet: r ,
40,000 to 50,000 invertebrates.Who DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
Solid train carrying electric lighted com Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANYGas
observation and electlie
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Jacksonville and Grand
Rapids on Mondays
started the popular price sys ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First*
tem for good movies in Orlando? lass coaches and smoking car. Dining ear and Thursdays of each week. Dining car Department111iiiiiiiiII0IIIttIIIIISIIIIItiU
I ems meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
Conservation of conversation is one.;
form that needs encouragement FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Ajent. IHIIIIIIIIIIIIHHILIIIIIiIHLKUHlItIIIHlit1IIIHHt0Hhhhhttt IIiI1I11t11It1t1hhhI0t' 1
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PAGE EIGHT THE MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 9, $14
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Bishop Gray writes of enjoying his
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i t of having many visitations to make..
/ On Palm Sunday he confirmed a class
of forty-one. He. expects to returnto

I Orlando next Monday night, to

THE STATE BANK OF ORlANDO'I I officiate Tuesday noon at the Stone- ...
man-Shine wedding, then goes to San- :;):.:. .. :::,
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ford for a banquet given by the men "
E. I I of the church there Tuesday evening.On .
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the following day he will have the
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dedication service of the new parish :'
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; house in Sanford, after which an informal r :
f ] 1 or CA'RNSGIE! ] ? _
.=- I reception will be held in this.I =: .
.1: new building in the bishop's honor. '
"EDLSON 1 forbidden by physician to take
The
bishop's countless friends here 1
and throughout southern Florida regret j another vacation."--Try nine, Sept. 15, ]913.I .

LONG ESTABLISHED5AFE.CONSERVAT1VEACCOMMODATING to feel this is probably his lasts, -
visit for some time, as he must re-I Why? because having worked t\vcntyhonrs t

turn at once to New Jersey, and will I a day, his system will not permit a change; he !

likely join Mrs. Gray and Miss Emma I '! must work or die, and die working! Yet, he is .
Gray later in the summer for a visitto
A CONSERVATIVELY MANAGED BANK I I a man wealth is considered
their son, Rev. Campbell Gray, and poor today.
his family at Rhinelander, Wisconsin,
By having an account with the State Bank of Orlando, before going to their future home in CARNEGIE, having enjoyed a continual

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

r" and well equipped bank-and the confidence that comes Gray expects to leave in about my first dollar of interest money, I
two weeks for a visit to her sisters in
t from association with an intstitution of ample re Philadelphia, while Miss Emma will : realized that wealth could best be obtained by

i sources. remain here a few weeks with her :.. L letting my money work for me, instead of
niece, :Mrs. John Jones then she and "
; working for
'j Accounts subject to check are invited. ; my money
I Mrs. Gray are to spend June, July :. ;
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Ij and August with friends on the Cana- YOU Hov/ much did your money earn

z THE STATE BANKOFORLANDOState dian border. ::. : for you last month? Or, would you rather :.i

L. A. SPENCER TO TALK OX THE .:_:. .' .' .':: always work for it? We pay 4 per cent. in ........ ;.: '
.1 A INDIAN QUESTION .' terest. Begin today, or if already begun, continue :Y:: '::.:'''.
A special meeting of the House.I .: '
t County and. City DepositaryMlillllMMIIMMMM keepers' club of Cocoanut Grove will to save. L..ihf. :.
be held Thursday afternoon at three
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:! 'o'clock, in order to hear L. A. Spencer c '., ii : .. 7
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?:1k special commissioner to the Florida '., .. .. .. '0
'iI Seminole Indians, tell of his experiences -j : :: :

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BISHOP MANN'S VISITATIONOn AT THE GRAND TODAY the camps and soon will resume the ..... .., .. .... .. .. .. _
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Today "A Princess of Bagdad," of the government for aiding, .
Saints church, the Right Rev. Cam-
with Helen Gardner :Mrs.
( Duncan :the Seminoles
will be discussed, and
eron Mann, bishop of the missionary i Pell) in the leading role, opens at the most I RUY BLAS AT THE LUCERNE :vant, disguised as the adventurer Don happy Ruy Bias takes his life. At
jurisdiction of southern Florida, made Grand with a matinee at 2:30. altogether a profitable after- :Caesar de Bazan, his cousin, who returns the last moment the queen relents
his first visitation to Lakeland since This film is now on its initial trip, noon is anticipated. It is hoped thata This afternoon and evening Ruy unexpectedly to Madrid, and and pardons him, and he dies happy
having been shown but once before large number will be present.-Miami Bias, after Victor Hugo's novel, will II whom he makes away with surrepti- in the knowledge that the queen.
taking up the work of this jurisdiction today. Monday its first performance .- Metropolis.The be shown to a large crowd at the Lucerne tiously. The ruse succeeds so well, loved him.and has forgiven him.
in January. While he is not well it played all day to crowded theater, at the regular prices. ,I against the wishes of the noble hearted I Follow the people to the theater
known in this district, having been houses at Montgomery's Grand in As for the story of the play itself, it Ruy Bias, that he becomes the I that put good movies in Orlando at
w transferred here from North Dakota, Jacksonville. The price of admission story is patterned after the may be briefly stated. Ruy Bias is queen's favorite and her prime min- I popular prices.
:there was twenty-five cents, so it is tales of the Arabian Nights and the a poet reduced by poverty to the position ister. At the moment when he reaches I
st'? he is'a man, of striking personality very patent that a remarkable pro- scenes are laid in the ancient city of of lackey to the unscrupulousDon the summit of his power, however, I Who started the popular price system -
V and makes friends wherever he goes. duction is being shown in Orlando at i Bagdad at the time that city was the Sallusto, who at the opening of Don Sallusto returns, strips him of for good movies in Orlando?
He gave a forceful sermon at the 11 popular prices. I largest and gayest in the known the play, is banished by the queen :his office. and takes his vengeance on
The play is in six parts abounding world. The play is a comedy drama for refusing to marry a serving maid I the queen by uncovering to her the
SEED! SEED
J o'clock service on "The First Palm in gorgeous stage settings and beautiful and is rich in mirth, excitement and whom he has betrayed. Ruy Bias is fact that her favorite is none other SEED!
Sunday," and had a large and appre- Oriental costumes. ''Miss: Gard- pleasure.The secretly in love with the queen, and than his lackey. Ruy Bias resents Garden and, field seed. DeLaney & "'
ciative congregation. The offertorywas ner is ably supported by a large and orchestra has been increased, Don Sallusto on learning this fact this insult to the queen and kills his Abernethy druggists. 3-13-tf
given, as is usual, to the bishop's I high class cast and no expense has for this occasion, to seven pieces and washing to be avenged for his ,dis'"master. The queen refuses to pardonthe .
been spared to make this productiona will render a program along Oriental grace at court, palms off on the no- luckless poet for the part he has Who started the popular price system
special fund.-Lakeland Telegram. leader of leaders in photo plays. lines. bles and the queen, Ruy Bias, his ser- played in this deception, and the un for good movies in Orlando?
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