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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 10, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1911. NUMBER 51.L. .

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1 1t I AGAINST T COAL TRUST T [EXECUTIVE[ [ OFFICE[


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,, GREAT LOSS-CAUSED BY I o OSCAR WMEETS MANYI!I READS LETTERS- TO SUPPORT WIVES OF CONVICTED_ GUNMEN Bm S f FOR R BRICK ARE[ O OPENED[ BY MAKES ARGUMENT- IN FAVOR


BURNING OF THERE OIL WAREHOUSES O ORLANDO O fOlKS AT R[ [ HIS RESOLUTION DEPART FOR NEW CITY COMMISSIONERS[ OF AMENDMENTTO

FOR AN IN YORK IN TEARFUL PANAMA ACT

Democratic 'Leader Holds Forth at VESTIGATIONCOAL SORROWS
No Award Made Pending Information

REFUGEES[ [[S A ARE[ BEING[ CARED[ fOR Office of His Friend, Mr. Concerning Minimum Car Load fm ST T EARIN ON REPEAL BIll

James L. Giles
MEN MAKE FREIGHT RATE S GOVERNOR REFUSES TO INTERFERE[ [ Allowed by Railroads

FEDERALS SENT OUT CALL TO IS GIVEN BY SENATE COMMITTEE .
Several hundred
Mr.
people met I Bids for paving brick to be used in
VERA CRUZ FOR AID BUT Oscar Underwood, Democratic leader AND DAY IS SPENT RECEIVING -
IS CHARGE CONTAINED IN LET ATTORNEYS OF THE FOUR TURNING the extension of the street system in
NONE CAN BE SPARED in the House of
Representatives, at Orlando ARGUMENTS FOR
were opened by the city com
TER PRESENTED BY SOUTH HEAVEN AND EARTH TO
the office of Mr. James L. Giles
FROM THAT POINT yes missioners yesterday afternoon. AND AGAINST
I terday morning at 10 o'clock. CAROLINA STATESMAN KEEP THEIR CLIENTS
There were only two bidders, the
Mr. Giles had invited Mr. Under- CONCERNING SOUTHERN FROM GOING TO TilE
-
Vera Cruz. April 9Special.( ) Copeland) Inglis Shale Brick Co., of
Washington, April 9.
wood to his office to give the people -(Special.)-
An official report received late tonight RAILWAY ELECTRIC CHAIR Birmingham and the Southern Clay
The first hearing on the canal tollsrepeal
an opportunity to meet him, and this
from Tampico states that the appeared to be as agreeable to Mr. I Manufacturing Co., of Chattanooga.The bill was given by the senate

battle between federals and rebels is Underwood as it was to those who Washington, April 9.-Senator Till N. Y., April 9.-Special.( ) former was represented by Mr. committee on inter-oceanic canals to-
still in and the rebels Beattie A. Inglis, and the latter by .,
progress that called and received his cordial hand man today had read in the senate -Governor Glynn barred the doorsAlbany day. -
seem to be winning. copies of two more letters from Mr. F. D. Harvey.The The committee heard
shake. Mr. Underwood later arguments by I
expressed of the executive chamber today
General Maas, commander of the his appreciation to Mr. Giles, Southern coal operators supporting bids submitted were $27.25 per Senator Norris and in support of

federal troops here, has received an and there was no doubting the sincerity his resolution for an investigation of against even the mother and wivesof thousand by the former and $27.50 by their amendments to the repeal bill.

urgent call for help from the federal of it alleged discriminations by a socalled"coal three of the murderers of Rosen- the latter, for the kind of brick speci The discussion brought out the fact

commander at Tampico, who asked The affair was quite informal, andMr. trust," acting through the thai who came here to appeal for a fied. These prices are for the brick that Dr. S. S. Huebner, of the University -
for reinforcements.The Southern reprieve of the gunmen. The delivered in Orlando. The quantity
Underwood entered readily into ( Railway against south Atlantic governor of Pennsylvania, expert fore j

federal battleship "Bravo" will 1 conversation with his callers concerning ports. reiterated his statement of yesterday bid upon was five million brick, th the house committee that investigated 1

leave for Tampico as soon as the national affairs, though he re Jake Bewley, of Bristol, Va.-Tenn., that neither prayer nor argument contractors to deliver four hundred the shipping trust. has reported L

weather permits with ammunition butno fused to express .opinions regardingthe charged in his letter that the "coal could induce him to reprieve the to eight hundred thousand per month. that more than ninety per cent. of

reinforcements, as none can be Mexican situation and the tolls trust, indirectly or possibly directly, men and that he was through with I The commissioners gave the representatives the coastwise ships are controlled by
the case and would see no one in theirbehalf. of the companies ample
spared from this point. repeal question, saying that he wished outlines the policy of the Southern op railroads.
The women left the portunity I' in which to present their
Messages received this afternoon to say nothing that might in the leastcomplicate Railway in the matter of establish- "The natural conclusion from that
from Tampico state that the ware the administration.It ing coal rates and in building coal in tears, returning to New York. claims, and then suspended decision is,,',' ,said, Senator Borah, "that Sir

houses of the Aguila Oil company was just a friendly ,gathering. docks at Charleston or other Southern until more information could be had Edward Grey, after he wins his present '

have been destroyed with a loss of Mr. Underwood placing all at ease by ports." The failure of the road to concerning freight rates and the load- contention, will protest againstthe

$200,000. his own poise and affable manner. build docks, Mr. Bewley wrote, "loo O RLANDO O WOMAN MAKES[ SPEEC[[ H HON 1 ng of cars as to minimum weight inhibition in the lav that forbids
Mr. W. M. Coble
to me like a movement on the part of traveling passengeragent railroad owned or controlled ships to
The warehouses were fired by shells SUFFRAGE[ IN of the Seaboard Air Line,
from federal MR. UNDERWOOD the coal trust to get its grip on the TAMrAliss was use the canal under any circum-
in
gunboats the harbor.
present and agreed to let the commissioners "
The (By Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg) throat of the coal industry of the stances.
city was enveloped in a cloud of
have from him
smoke from the burning oil tanks, Mr. Jas. L. Giles, always thoughtful South, as it has in the North, and I legal an answer by Norris said he was unqualifiedly
legislative. action Mary A. Safford Appears BeforeWoman's Saturday.In for the repeal on economical grounds
and oil is of others, hit upon the idea of: or should be
flowing into the river
from
the of the incident i i
interchange
pipe lines that have been giving the many admirers of Hon taken at once to protect the interestsof Club and Talks of course and gave the impression that he
cut. Refugees
to the discussion to the timeto
the as would not vote for it unless amended
Oscar W Underwood independent and small
an opportunityof operators
Votes for Women
from Tampico are safe and well] be
allowed the factories to
meeting the distinguished Alabamian who are not financially able I to begin to include a declaration that this government ,
and are being taken care of, accord the delivery of brick Street Commissioner
,
build and had the right to discriminate
their
and so got Mr. Underwood's consent own own docks. ]
ing to a wireless received from the Miss Mary A. Safford, of Orlando,I Johnson stated that it would if it cared to exercise that
American fleet to meet the people in an informal Frank C. Wright, a coal producer right. J
appeared before the Woman's club of be impossible to begin work before ,'
If there
I was discrimination he
way at Mr. Giles' office. There is in southwestern Virginia, wrote that any ,
Tampa yesterday afternoon and delivered June 15, in view of the fact that sewer
something about the newly elect Senator Tillman's resolution touchedthe said, he preferred it to be in favor 1

senator from Alabama that cause real interest of the South and if an address on Equal Suffrage.In connections would have to be made of American ships engaged in South 1,

MAN GElS SIX YEARS f FOR R HA vINe every man who meets him to warmtowards the investigation was authorized it reporting the event the Tampa before the work was begun. American trade rather than coast- j

him. It is that quality that would "uncover conditions in the I Times says: wise. Senator Thomas urged his j

TWO WIVES[ all men love and particularly Southeast II under which the cost of. :Miss Safford is president of the amendment, t-hich would throw the j 1

cans-the quality that we describe by fuel at tidewater is maintained at a Florida Equal Suffrage association j i O ORlANDO [END TO STORYOF TH[ canal open to ships of the world without i

manliness. There is about Mr. figure high enough to confine the and an ordained minister. Her to I the payment of any tolls. Later \
major Uk'
Both in Court un-j
to Appear Against derwood also childlikeness in his portion of the supply to mines in was informal and she invited the a I FAMOUS BELIED BUZlARDI he will address the senate advocating 1

Umberger Who Pleads Guiltyto cerity and open frankness. 'Pennsylvania, Maryland and West dience to question her freely, of which I this solution the problem. .:

Charge It is no exaggeration or a thing Virginia to the exclusion of coal invitation quite a few availed them .1
I
Arthur Cole
Was the Man Who Put ,
fulsome to that the selves.
say most commanding mined in the South.

Savannah. Ga., April 9.-Joseph H. and the most forceful man The musical selections were rendered : the Bell on the Buzzard Nearly RING LEADERS[ Of SMUGGLERS

Umberger entered plea of in either branch of the congress isIS by Mrs. W. H. Jackson, who Two Years Ago
a guilty to
.
he charge of bigamy in the superior Mr. Underwood. There may be GOOD ROAD A ASSOCIATION O T TO O sang two very charming numbers. SENTENCED[ [ [O TO T TERMS[

ourt this morning and was sentenced faithful men in congress to public Other articles were read during the The mystery of the "belled buz

serve six years in the Georgia pen- duty, but there certainly is none JOIN NATIONAl SOCIETY afternoon, one by Mrs. James Murphy zard" has been solved, says the Lake
faithful.Orlando Officer of North German Lloyd Line
.
entiary. :Umberger married Miss more on suffrage, "British and American -I Worth Herald.

Jessie A. May, of.Newark, N. J., several is glad of the opportunityof ," and Mrs. Ellis gave an interesting The bird was captured in Ohio, in and Hotel Keeper of Hoboken

years ago, and last month mar- seeing Mr. Underwood and felicitating Meeting in Session at GainesvilleWhere talk on woman and her work. 1912, and the bell was placed on its Plead Guilty

fried Miss Carlotta him on his splendid victory in neck- after which the fowl was Ii
Wickenberg, of Many Boosters for Good The speaker of the afternoon treated ben
this city. Both his wives were hereto the recent senatorial contest in Ala- Roads Assemble I suffrage for women as a political i erated. Since then it has been, se New York, April 9.-Special.-)

appear against him, if needed. bama. Orlando wishes mighty well right, a social need and a spiritualnecessity. in various places all through the. Declaring that half the crime of this

Umberger's attorney stated that his for the man who has served the coun- II South. : country is due to the importation of

client believed the New Jersey wifetry so ably and so long in the house Gainesville, Fla., April 9.-The'. In beginning her address Not long ago a story about the bird opium, Federal Judge Thomas today
Miss
Saf
dead when he married Miss Wicken- and rejoices in his elevation to tha Florida State Good Roads association ford greeted the club as part of the I being captured near Miami was printed i imposed sentences of one year each

berg. The defendant made no statement senate. convened here this morning. President world's federated clubs, numbering i' in the Herald. This was seen by a in the Atlanta federal prison on a

Umberger had been employedhere J: H. Alderman presiding. The than ;,writer on the Mansfield, Ohio, News, North German Lloyd Line officer and
more 8,000,000 women. She said'
by a moving picture house. MORE POLITICAL NEWS attendance was not large when the that when think l i| who printed the following story in a hotel keeper of Hoboken. ,,
of
we the influence
vast
Mr. A. B. Newton has announcedfor session opened, but during the morning I'his paper: : The two pleaded' guilty of being '

DEATH OF L. H. DAVIS representative in the legislaturefrom the number was swelled by several human exerted by these women for "August 12, 1912, a turkey buzzard: ringleaders of a band which expected
uplift
we can not be too I
Orange county. This makes the delegations, that from Live Oak thankful was captured on the farm of Ralph: to smuggle $1,500,000 worth of the
for
the women's club which
News was received in Orlando yesterday race a three-cornered one, the other being especially strong. Capt. W. J. has widened her mental outlook Hoyt, stop 23, on the S. N. & .ll.and rail- drug into this country.

that Mr. L H. Davis, formerly] I candidates being Messrs. S. S. Griffin Hillman led the Live Oak representatives. helped her to more efficient service j way, the capture being made by 1Y alTwo Chinese are implicated with

a well known citizen: of this place,! and J. H. Reese. Mr. Newton once Before noon the attendancewas for human well being. Yet ter Hoyt, a son of Ralph Hoyt. the others, and it is expected they ,

t had died in represented the county in the legislature constantly more than 100 and sixty "Arthur Cole, then of Norwalk, also will plead guilty.
Philadelphia
Wednesday years the woman's I
The and he believes that his friends I scores are expected this afternoon. ago study club now located at Orlando, Fla., an engraver The band had already brought in
morning. intelligence I
was conveyed was far more unpopular than the suffrage
in want him to serve again. He is high-I Jacksonville has a delegation of to en- -j i was visiting at the Hoyt farm. more than $80,000 worth of the opiate,
telegram from
a Mr. S..Ken- club is today in the ,
t drck Jy) regarded and will undoubtedly ty-five or thirty en route. most conservative when the buzzard appeared on the: it is said. It was hidden in life belts,
Guernsey. of
Many the older I American city. Then'it '
citizens remember Mr. Davis with the make a strong race. I The welcoming address over, Secretary said if was scene- and he fastened a bell around I Ii and carried off various ships by mem
wished
greatest kindness and will Mr. J. L. Dillard has announced for i A. B. Dunning and TreasurerJ. women to learn anything i i; the neck of the buzzard, on which he bers of crews who are now being
regret to they should ask their
learn of his death. county commissioner from District i Ii W. White made their annual reports husbands engraved the name and address of: sought.
to teach them at home. I Ii
No. 3, and Mr. M. 0. Overstreet has which were adopted as read, "They are i' Walter Hoyt, and the buzzard was I
out of their -
'
announced from District No. 1. It I and the officers were tendered votes sphere, when they meet; given its liberty. MILLIONAIRE LUMBERMAN IS

LEGAL HOLIDAY doesn't appear that the county commissioners I of thanks. The following resolution together to improve their minds. But 1 "The following fall the bird ",vas! LAID TO REST

are to have any opposition i offered by J. W. White, of Jackson- despite opposition women's clubs multiplied ': heard from in Pennsylvania, and the

Friday, April 10th, being a legal and it is to be hoped that they ,I'ille, was adopted: and today millions of women ,: next summer it returned to Huron Rock Island. 111., April 9.-(Spe
holiday, in the state of Florida enjoy the and
the comradeship
will not have. The present commissioners "Whereas, the Florida Good Roads' togetherness -, county and was seen in various localities I cial.)-The funeral of Frederick W.
State Bank of Orlando. that federation '
Orlando
Bank brings.
have undertaken the coast association! has been asked to consider throughout the county, always Weyerhaeuser, the millionaire lainI -
and Trust Co., and People's National tion of the hard road system. and I Ion and .act on the forming of a fed Here followed liberal extracts of with the bell attachment. !I berman, was held here from the residence -

Bank that will' be closed for business they are proceeding about it with the tion with the National Highways ernbliss as- Safford's address. The Times''! "A day or two ago, young Hoyt I today. During the hour of the

day. greatest care and judgment. Both{I' sociation; therefore, be it resolved, printed also a photograph of the received a letter from W. 1[. Price, of : funeral all the industries of the city

Mr. Overstreet and Mr. Dillard are | by this association in convention assembled speaker. j Dania, Fla., in which he said he had under the Weyerhaeuser control suspended -

A party composed of Messrs. T. J. I men of fine discrimination, experience'E. I' that the question of such :. captured a turkey buzzard in the vi-: operations. Several moving )

Watkins, James A. Knox, George I and executive ability, and there i is no | federation be left to a committee of Mayor E. F. Sperry is entertaining cinity of his home, and that it had picture men who had assembled oname

Nolan, M. M. Smith and Charles Paxton doubt that they will be re-elected. It j three to be appointed by the presi- his old frend, Judge E. S. Hall, of attached to it a bell bearing the n the ground to takejpisiures were prevented -

went to Kissimmee yesterday in !j would be unfortunate for the services '[ dent with full powers to act and au- Orange, Mass. Judge Hall was in and address of Walter Hoyt, and from carrying on their operations -

Cot Watkins' car and enjoyed a barbecue of either to be lost to the county 1 I II I thority to make such changes in the Orlando twenty years ago, and hasn't thinking that young Hoyt might be i! by deputy sheriffs.

dinner at the Southport farmof at this time.GOVERNOR. present constitution and by-laws as been here since, so he was not e vex' interested in knowing of the hi d's''

Mr. John M. Lee. Mr. Lee is i a II may be necessary to effect this federation slightly prepared for the great transformation i recent capture, he wrote him the let-', BASEBALL RESULTS

royal host, and his company feastedto : DRAPER DEAD I with the National Highways that met his eye. He is ier'" South Atlantic League ,
their entire satisfaction, bringing Greenville, S C., April ,9. : association." I
-Special. delighted with the town and at the !t Savannah 8, Augusta 3.

+, back glowing reports of the beautyof .)-Former Governor Draper of President Alderman, Treasurer pleasure of seeing his old comrade[ I' Talk about bargains-Curtis & ,i Columbia 4, Charleston 3.

the place and of Mr. Lee's generous -I Massachusetts died at 6:30 o'clock White and Frank E. Dennis were j again. and in this the mayor is equally O'Neal will give you 4 ten cent silk Columbus 5, Albany! 4i .,

Y hospitality. :1of tonight. named as the committee. pleased. tissue toilet paper for 25 cents. I i I Jacksonville 3, Macon 2.

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THE MOTH AWAY Today'



KILL THE MOSQUITOi "Nero and Britannicus,"



i SWAT, THE FLY Three reels all beautifully hand colored depicting an episodein


the life of the Roman tyrant. Mr. Heive heads an all star

(1) Mosquitoes Flies Gnats Moths Rnats, Flies, Mosquitoes.
cast from the Odeon Theatre. Paris.

? \ (2) Ants, Mice, Rats, Roaches, Moths, Gnatts, Flies, Mosquitoes. .

y; (3) Mosquitoes, Flies. Gnats, Moths Roaches, Rats, Mice and Ants. "Batty Bill's Honey Moon," a comedy that will make II

:.i (4) Ants, Mice, Rats,Roaches, Moths, Gnats, Flies and Mosquitoes. you forget Nero's tyranny.
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"Broncho and the Bad Man "
l Billy an Essany drama

Read This featuring Mr. G. M. Anderson, (Brccho Billy.)


"The Engineer's Revenge," a power!ul Lubin drama

Citronella Compound drives the Mosquitoes away, Price . . . . . 15c.
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:; exceptionally well done.
Motholine Keeps Moths away,2 boxes for . . . . . . . 25c.
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Moth Balls, drives Moths away, 3 Ibs. for . . . . . . . .25c. i: .!. Six big reels and Music by "that" Orchestra.

Dikes Roach Powder exterminates Roaches, Price . . . . . .25c.
t. ::: ALL FOR 5 AND 10 CENTS

r'J.:t South American Ant Exterminator, drives ants away, price . .. . . .25c. :I.:t: It

{ Hoopers fatal food destroys Roaches, Price . . ,:. . . . 25c. ;t: "
; j April 17-Dustin Farnum in "THE SQUAW MAN.

fu' Peterman's Discovery kills Roaches, Price . . . . . . . .15c. -. '
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k3-5 :-V For Economy and Purchase Power .

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If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists, y of your money, "Try Wright's"
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we ask yau to put us to the test as hundreof others have done. We ask for your Farm.
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business only on the basis of superior goods of others have done. We ask for your r. ; Is it Citrus land of Quality?

,.1 i no risk in testing us, for your money will be refunded without question should anything .
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The picture will tell the story,
prove unsatisfactory. 4'
"jJ. "Yes," Price tells the Bargain.

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4 Next Door lOc Store ORLANDO, FLORIDA S: ,40 Acres under fence, 200 good orange
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:t); ,4 : WRIGHT % trees, two story house, barn,

Those words of commendation, WITH THE WISEACRESHe S : 'REAITV & SEED CO -S best of water, three lakes. Snap
1j FOR RCAL IS1ATF
STATE NEWS NOTES
coming from Bishop Mann are some- %
rwa bargain sale.
thing to be appreciated by every citizen who keeps silence never has an t h ? now*

IJ (From the Gainesville,Sun) of Fort Myers. The wild beau- opportunity to regret what he has

In less than a month Lake Worth ties found in the country, ,together said.
the with the beauties, both natural and
will be
ience residents of electric lights enjoying and water.conven- 'artificial, to be found in Fort Myers, Common sense is a rare article, so nimmimiiii leilllllllMlllHIMOMIIII' a :: :::::::;;:::::::::i ::::M mm :::IMitlliMU

I t are among the greatest assets, especially rare that people pay good moneyto
where the visitor is concerned, be told what they already know.
,
t W. A. Hull, a prominent citizen of
for it is through the eye that the Orlando Bank & Trust CoAt
Bartow, was drowned a few days ago
first and most lasting impressionsare The man beating a carpet should
;< in Lake Swoop, near Fort Meade. He
made. There can be no questionas feel happy for he is furnishing the Close of Business March 27, 1914
was in the insurance business and
to the wonderful prospects of this amusement for the passersby.Some .
was on his home from a business
< way ..
region. The only question in a few RESOURCESLoans I
trip.
years will be, "How near can I get people's tongues need bridling and Discounts . . . . .$375,648.96
to Fort ?" The time is not much than do their
The annual picnic given by Colum- Myers more horses. Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,459.31
far distant when this will be .
bia college was held at the big lake of and those a who city Stocks and bonds . . . . .. 26,018.33Real q
magnitude
great Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . 26,437.37
near the college grounds in Lake City
fail to iIon the' floor Who started the
last Wednesday, and was thoroughly will have get to remain on the ground outside.Ft. .- tem for good movies popular in Orlando price?sys- Cash on hand and in banks . . . 428,721.62

enjoyed by both the members of the Myers Press.
faculty and the student body.It If you are in need of good printing $858,285.59,
we would like to know it. Putting LIABILITIES
Who started the
popular price sys-
out is busi-
is understood that Tracy Bailey, tem for good movies in Orlando? good printing our Capital stock . . . .. . . .$100,000.00
? who confessed to the burglary of H. ness. When we say good printing, Surplus and undivided profits . . 32,628.54

fI C. Cook's home and other residencesin Sympathy is seldom wasted so com- we don't mean fair, but the best ob Due to Banks . . . . . . 230.00

St. Petersburg, is being held by pletely as when a henpecked man tainable. Give us a trial and we will Re-Discounts . . . . . . None

-' New York police for the arrival of pities a poor old bachelor. show you. The Sentinel Phene 24- Bill Payable . . . . . . . None
authorities from the Sunshine City.
He will be brought back to St.Petersburg Subscribe for the Sentinel. Bead Senti/iei want ads. Deposits .. . . . . . . 725,427.05

: .- for trial"Several .
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., exchanges are advocating '
that the state open a brick yard and Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

have the work done by convicts," says Deposits March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05
MISS BROWN REED Reader
the Palm Beach JULIA ,
Post. "There is a Increase in 23 days . . . . 75,942.14
good deal of sense in this suggestion.If .
some location can be found where "George 'Eliot's Armgart"Knowles j Deposits, March 27, 1913 . . . . 591,149.61

conditions of material are satisfac- Deposits, March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05

tory the state could probably find .
no
Hall, Winter Park, Florida Increase over last year . . . . Id4,277t44 t
: better employment for the convicts.

.1 t Brick could be made for paving many Wednesday, April 15,1914 M. M. SMITH, President

miles of roads which will ultimately I W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier
be paved with brick, and the cost i 8il5 pm, ADMISSION 50c, ?

; would be much less than for the product miiMiMHiiiiMimmttiiiiitttMiiiintHtimi Directors

now being used." II M. M. Smith, W. M. Davis, E. IL Me Bill
R. L. Hyer, James A. Knox, H. L. Beeman,
The R. L. B. Long, J. W. Jackson, T. H. Evans,
Henry Chase who *
company S Fare 3 02 D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs.
operate a trackless trolley system L ...
through the streets of Miami, has Eq .! I ii: DAILY BUFFALO BETWEEN :.:::: ::::::;:IIIIIII: : : I::uununnnnuu:
given out that the people can attend $

Easter services and ride to the LEVELAND
churches this year on an up-to-date Mrs. Kromling died last night from Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
.
' street car line. Manager Chase expected the effects of burns when her dress AND DO ALL KINDS OF
.1 the first cars to arrive in Miami ., caught fire from the exhaust of a motorcycle -
.t earlier, but for some reason there .: she was riding with her Osteopathic Physician OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.

$ bas been some delay. The cars willarrived nephew, Harry Marshall, some weeks Avenue
here in a few days and will THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" ago. Recently, as a last resort to 132 Orange
: ***b lap soo feet;breadth 98 feet.6 inrha;SlOiUtCToonu tad pulon iccouodattng< 1JOO puwopm. the woman's life, twentyeightinches
: be immediately put into service. It Crater la *I1 J'"por1io--nclicr ia tUrT'"fTTrnti-thin U11tamer M save Next door to People's Bank,
is probable that the city council will lulu vita of tha wot14.a; MCTUX JUM 15th. of skin from Marshall's body up-stairs. Acute and chronic
grant the Tatums a franchise for a II 1d*antf'uentSte.men"SEEANDBEE.""Gty of Erie"ud"Citr: BaffaJo" was grafted onto her legs and abdo-

street car line through the streets of Daily-BUFFALO. and CLEVELAND.7 ist to Dec.lu740A.M. men. The weakened and pain racked diseases treatedTelephone

Miami, the cars to be run by storage Lan Arm BdaJo Cerelwd 9:00 P.11.. AmTeBofUo late CJneImd . 9:001'TJOAiiL K. body of Mrs. Kromling could not respond 578.W. L H. RAMSDELL
' I batteries.-Miami Note in Times- (Extern Studud Time) to the treatment.-Clearwater OPTOMETRIST
Coaaecdou: at c-lud r.r..Jo.Bay.Toledo.Detroit ad aD po DtI W_lad Soathw t.Bai1road
-: Union. dcUta eading betw oea BafUo and Orrelud are good for trumrtatmMi oar Meaner. I Note in TimesUnion.Who T. ENTRICAN,
jM you ticket Agent fcctacbu m C.&B.Liae. Write M for buubame fflaitnted booklet free. Makes a specialty of painting, paper- (Successor to Dr. 0. p. JJkini)

Who started the popular price system THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland 0. started the popular price sys- ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. ORLANDO, -
., for good movies.. in Orlando? tem for good movies in Orlando? Phone 636. 1-21-lm FLORIDA
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COMMISSIONERS MEET WINTER PARK ITEMS ter even earlier than ever before, LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN 1111.11111111111111111"1"111.,1.,1,1,1.,..

their stay having been so delightful.The While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or

Board Met. Present: Chairman Winter Park, Fla., April 8.-Or- packing house is busy these "News" sightseeing automobilesfor

Overstreet, .Commissioners Dillard. ange county is on the map! Thereare days and it is expected that enough Lookout Mountain, Point Park, Spi'g an Snuffler r I

Eldredge, Brown and Sweet several cities and villages in the fruit is still in the groves to keep it Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary !

lic Following bonds as Notaries Pub county, also on the map, and rapidly busy until the end of the month. Ridge and historical points. For res- .
were approved:
Jas. D. Beggs. Sureites W. M. coming to the front as among the ervations, address 910 Market street

Davis and C. B. Robinson. most desirable places of residenceand Sentinel want advertising shortens, 3-3-Apr.23 Our new line for the Spring

t Wm. Bearddall, Sureties: C. B. business in the entire state. and cheapens and simplifies any real estate is
and Summer of 1914
season
Robinson and C. W. Goodrich.
in order that our county with all its "selling task." Who started the popular price system -
Carl Jansen, Sureties: E. F. Sperryand now complete. Never in the history
for movies in Orlando?
S. A. Johnson.I various interests may occupy its good

Following bonds to bear fire arms rightful place; that all the citizens IN PRINTING of our business have we ,

approved and licenses ordered issued may keep in touch witl each other to The Sentinel will give you the practical NOTICE been able to show such a line of
Edwin W. Holmes, Sureties,
: further these interests, we purposeto thing and it will be of a dignity I new and timely goods for Eas-
W. G. Talton and M. W. Holmes, Re- Change of Schedule Clyde St.
volver.I. ure the Sentinel as our best me- and style that will please' you. We've
Johns River Steamers ter selling. Our line of Dress
I. Turner, Sureties: Ernst Lieb- dium of exchange in presenting itemsof got the equipment; we've got the experience Millinery .
Until further notice the steamersof Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
ing and W. R. McLeod. interest from our little city to the and we will deliver the job
,
Application of Eliza C. Peyton for this line will leave Sanford at Ready-to-Wear goods and
State pension, approved and forwarded whole country. on time and in perfect order. Try' 11:30 o'clock a. m. notions is complete-the stylesare

to State board of Pensions. Please listen then while we make us. Phone 24. Ii N. M. TUPPER, Supt varied enough to suit
Oath of A. S. Eldredge, as enumer- bow
ator of County Agricultural Statistics our as embryo correspondentfrom J. B. CALDER, AgentSanford the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
Winter Park, and though "you'dscarce Who started the popular price stern '
received and filed. sy Fla., March 26, 1914. every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
for movies in Orlando?
Resignation of S. R. Heidt, Inspector expect a girl like me to git up good Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
of Marks and Brands Winter Gar- here where all can see, and make a
the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent
If want fixed ina
den District, presented, and upon mo- speech as well as those who wear the you your bicycle
tion same was accepted. hurry take it to Warman's Repair To THE WEST cheaper than the regular prices.
Reports of the following County of- largest kind of clothes, and shouldI Shop. 12-5-tf. We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show

ficers were received and read and filed chance to fall below Demost enes VIASEMINOLE you our line if you will call on us.York.
: or Cicero, don't view me with a critic's Who started the popular price system -
Supt. County Home, County Physi- for good movies in Orlando?
but
cian, Supt Roads and Bridges. Pay ."eye, pas my imperfectionsby. _______, __ ___n___ LIMITED .
Roll Road Camp for January and
February, Treasurer to State and to Several changes have taken place POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm

County, Certificate of Banks, Sheriff during \he past few days that mean REPRESENTATIVEI J Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm m Ncw Bargain tore
Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. L. 9:00 I
to State Auditor, Sheriff to County, much for the growth of the Park, pm I
Tax redemptions for February, Clerk hereby announce my candidacy for xtep j i]Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 pm
Criminal Court, Pay Roll State Wit- e. g., the changing of the golf course resentative from Orange county, subject to j j Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am
nesses, Licenses, Polls Collected and from the south part of town to the held the action June 2nd.of the Democratic primary to be Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am 11"'III'IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII"'lllllllllllllllllltl'III'il'

Auditor's Financial StatementR. north part, thus opening up some J. H. REESE. Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
before the "OII'I.tllllll"II'I"II'III'IIII'II'II'
E. Buchanan appeared
the
desirable building sites near FOR REPRESENTATIVE
very
Ar Ala. C. of Ga_ .
the Opelika, 7:30 amr
board in reference to establishing
Buchanan Tax Checking System for college; the selling and platting of I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p
the benefit of the Assessment of what is known as the "Temple pas- from Orange county, subject to!Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm
p taxes. Upon motion the following ture" on the north shore of Lake Os- the heed action June 2nd.of the Democratic primary to be I Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm

proposition was accepted, submitted;, ceola ready for the erection of homes. S. S. GRIFFIN. Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm ORLANDO\ O U W J\"IN610N"
and same was accepted: Ar Cairo, IlL, I. C._________11:07 pm
The Wagner-Webster home is to FOR REPRESENTATIVE 'Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.1213 am
F. H. Williams appeared before the Yielding to what appears to be the desire -
Board, submitting statement of the be remodeled to suit the new owner, of leading citizens in almost every precinct Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am
of Reg- Mr. Stineman, while two new bunga- of Orange county that one of the can-
respective Deputy Supervisors DRAWING ROOM
didates to be nominated for Representativein Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C _____ 1:38 am
istration and amounts due each; war- lows are to be built for the familiesof the primary election of June 2nd should '
Ar Matoon, II'!., I. C._______ 3:30 am
rants ordered drawn to cover. Mr. Wagner and Mrs. Webster. be nounce from myself the country a candidate.precincts, I hereby an- Ar Champaign, ILL, I. C.____ 4:29 am SLEEPING CARVIA

Communication J. G. Gross- Messrs. Kummer and Holdorf plan : A. B. NEWTON. Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am
enbacher, in reference to an old clay the erection of cement I I Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am
pit on Lot 2, Blk. H. Plymouth, received a pebble-dash, MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -
and referred to Messrs. El- block house in the Henkel addition, Solid Through Trains-Composed of:
dredge and Chapman to report at for a home. I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor observation, compartment, drawingroom -
next meeting. Board reelection of Public to Instruction the office, Orange of Member of, section, sleeping cars, arid f-ee
b Letter from E. E. Phillips, of De- Lumber, brick, etc.. are on the from District No. 3, subject to the County coming reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville ATLANTIC L COAST T LINE[
Land, in reference to shell mound ground for the extension and enlarge- primary. Very respectfully, and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand
received. Clerk instructed to noti- ment of the packing house on the Zellwood Fla. WM. EDWARDS. St. Louis. All meals in dining

fy him that County is not interested. A. C. L right of way, report says car.For
FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION I I sets and Pullman car reservations -
for the use of Walter Drennen com- I hereby announce myself as a candidateFor
all OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
,
Letter from International Harves- re-election to the office of Supervisor of on
ter Co., received and read. The Com- pany. More to report later. Registration for Orange County, subject to W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent,
mittee appointed to examine the In- The funeral of the late Commodore the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd or

ternational Harvester ,Co.'s operationat Dyer was held at the home on Lake 1914.* FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,

Tarpon Springs, report that the Maitland Saturday afternoon at 4 Atlantic Coast Line,
machine, as to the test was satis- SHERIFFI Orlando.For Tueflays J all SatuflaysFOR t r J
factory.Communication. o'clock. Bishop Mann read the Episcopal hereby announce myself as a candidatefor

from the Orlando service. Mrs. Warlow sang Democratic Sheriff of primary Orange of County June ,2nd subject 1914.to the

Water and Light Co., in reference to Cardinal Newman's hymn, "Lead, FRANK GORDON. HiaiMiilHMIMIMIM*

cinders, received and read. Kindly Light." Prof. Pope sang Ten- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON
The of E. W. Hansel J. W.
petition I am a candidate for the'office of County -
:Matchett, et al., for road: Beginningat nyson's "Crossing the Bar," and one Commissioner of Orange county from Sale W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
theEast End of Pine Castle Ave- number District 2. If elected I promise to serve the
by quartette
was a
sung people to the best of my ability, having resided W. D WHITE, 'Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
nue, or as near there as seems best, composed of Mrs. Blackman, :Miss here a number of years, I am quali-
and running in a southerly directionover fied to know the needs of the section and ORLANDO, FLA.
Prof. and President
the land owned by Mrs. F. A. Avery, Pope the people.
Adden and continuing southerly Blackman. Interment will take place Respectfully, | Modern 8-room George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.
A. C. STARBIRD
through the land, owned by J. G. Ty- later.A Apopka J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

ner, to a point on the North East new addition to the teaching Fla.FOR COMMISSIONER | House 2 doors
corner of the land owned by J. J. I hereby announce niypelf a candidate for .MtMIIMIIMMIIMIMilMHIIMMIIIinilimilWOHMMIMMMMM .
Johns and continuing southerly along j force of the college was recently re-election as Commissioner from District No.
and over the land belonging to J. W. made by the election of Rev. N. M. 3, Orange county, Florida, subject to the' | west of Wyom-
action of the
Democratic primary to be held HIM IMMBflHMMM 1111111111 Hit
Matchett on the east side of said road Pratt, of Vermont; He will act as June 2nd 1914. | Hotel. Bar-
and the land on the west side thereof, J. L. DILLARD. ing
vice-president and for the present will
belonging to E. W. Hansel said land FOR COMMISSIONER I
being in the east half of Sec. 24,T. 23 be the financial agent in soliciting I hereby announce myself a candidate forreelecfion gain.
R. 29, where the road sought to be funds. as County ,Commissioner from '
District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to
laid out will join' and continue over The motor boat of Mr. Brewer was the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your
and through the northeast quarter of .
support will be greatly appreciated.M.
the northeast quarter of Sec. 25, T. burned last Saturday from an explosion -I 0. OVERSTREET.FOR I A. L. Bentley ORLANDO

23, R. 29, where said road crosses of the gasoline, and it was only COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,
the section line between sections 24 by brave and prompt action on the I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE
County Commissioner, Orange County ;
and 25 and in
continuing a southerly part of the daughter that the chauf- District Four subject to the action of the
direction along the east side of land Democratic primary, June'
2nd 1914. I will
owned by J. W. Matchett, said roadto feur's life was saved, though his faceis greatly appreciate your support IMMIMMIIHilMMiMfrMIMMIHMiMIIIMMMU.

run westerly from said last men- quite badly burned. Yours C. J.truly SWEET., Water & Light Co. 1

tioned point on the south side of land The Fortnightly club is to meet Pine Castle, Fla.
owned E. W. Hansel and E. A.
by with Rev. and Mrs. Dill next Monday FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ]
Johns and the north side of land
on
I myself candidate Shoe
announce as a for reelection Repairing !
owned by J. W. Matchett, E .W, night. to the office of County Commissioner -
Hansell and W. M. Hansel, until said The semi-annual election of offi- Orange County District Five, subject,
proposed road connects with the to the decision of the Democratic primary, by PARCEL POST
coun- cers, business meeting and social of: June, 2nd 1914. ; Electricity
ty road, now running north and
the Y. P. S. C. E. will be held at the Respectfully :
south, heretofore laid over under the E. L. BROWN
rules, was taken up, and upon motion Hooker Memorial this evening. Every Ft. Christmas, Fla. Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 8scbdics' <
the petition is granted. Commissioner member is urged to be present. '
FOR TAX ASSESSORI Half Soles, 60c to 75c '
Sweet and Supt. of Roads and Mrs. Green, of Evanston, Ill., will' hereby announce my candidacy for the Children's Half Soles to Gas -' Water Ice
SOc
Bridges instructed to ask for bids for office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub- 750
opening said road and report at the speak at the women's meeting this I ject to the action of the Demooraitc primary Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo ,
called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated
and
afternoon the !
next meeting. at Congregational elected I pledge you my faithful service. Heels Repaired 2sc ,
Petition of R. T. Peel H. G. Par- church. ARTHUR BUTT.
tin, Jr., et aL, in reference to the All work returned in 24 hours. < Office -No. 18 West Central Ave.Telephone'
Conway road received and read, the Many of the tourists are leavingfor FOR COUNTY TREASURERI Orders without remittance re- :-- .
their northern homes all hereby announce myself a candidate for turned C. 0. D. We
express- pay
route petitioned for been already -
having Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the
adopted by the Board of County ing their purpose to return next win- Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914.J. return postage.
Commissioners.The H. TUCKER.

report of Messrs. Johnson and motion the bid of B. L Griffin was FOR TAX COLLECTORI '
Dubose in re, the settlement betweenthe accepted at $29.50 the acre. hereby announce myself as a candidatefor A. Hanson No. 6
Counties of Orange and Seminole Following bids for work on the re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof ,
Orange County, subject to the Democratic 19 East Pine Street 1
received and motion the a
upon reportwas Tatohatchie road received
: Bryan
primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If reelected 1
accepted. Cox. J. B. Redditt, B. A. HodgeslndD. I pledge to you my faithful service ORLANDO FLORIDAMMIMMMMMIMMIM8
The plans and specifications for C. Ruskin. Upon motion the bid as. I have endeavored to give in the past 1
house to be built at Pine Castle for of J. B. Redditt was accepted: Build- W. E. MARTIN.
the use of the foreman and teams for 7
ing bridge, $102.90, Clearing Rightof 1
Road District No. 1, were submitted. $24.50 acre, Grading 15 Who started'the popular price sys- Who started the popular price sys-
The following bids were received for cents way per yard.Engineer .per tem for good movies in Orlando? "m for good movies in Orlando? "11111'lllllelllll"'IIIII'II"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..

the building of said House: Paul G. R. Ramsey came be- _ -_ :1
$ Macy, $728.86; G. M. Carey, $800.00; fore the Board and submitted the ill.IIIIIIIIIIIIQIII.II.IIIIIII.II'II..t.III'llllttt 1
W. H. & J. E. Dickinson, $789.90. plans and profiles of the roads surveyed _. _ 1.
Upon motion the bid of Paul Macy for brick paving and the same
was accepted. were approved. The following contract r EASTER HATS j
Following bids for the manufac- was entered into between the
ture of loose concrete posts were received Board of County Commissioners and llammond&GoreFUNERAL
: Chas. A. Dallas, F. D. Gore, G. R. Ramsey: 1-
W. L. Parnell, National Burail Vault Upon motion it was ordered thata ,
Co., S. D. Lindsay. Upon motion the brick testing machine, a Standarc:
bid of F. D. Gore was accepted at Rattler, to be purchased, cost to be DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

36 1-2 cents per post slush mixture, $205.00, delivered to G. R. Ran fJ.; Special Reduction j
one cement to three sand mktura, The engineer submitted the fore of
reinforced with one iron rod throughthe the contract, to be entered into be- REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

center. Subject to the inspection tween the County and the successful On all Pattern Hats from April 4th to i
of G. R. .
Ramsey.The contractor and the same was approved COMPARE
deeds of the two lots in Pine by the Board and the attorney ohe llth.USSES
Castle submitted with the opinion of Board. April 1

the Attorney of the Board that the The following notices were ordered OUR FURNITUREWe
title is good, and upon motion deeds printed: .
were accepted and a warrant ordered A deed from J. Franklin Briggs to : lAMLTOI & DUNN I
drawn for $300.00 in payment of Lots 4 and 5, Block E Apopka, to provide the quality furniture that has long

same. the County to be occupied by a houseto been accepted by knowing furniture ,buyers as the
Bid of Nelson Carroll for Reck be erected for the use of county standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

Springs Road rejected.The teams and foreman, received. Upon It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make Agents for Barclay Corsets
bid of E. A. Johns for the motion a warrant for $300.000 was
Turkey Lake Road from West Church ordered drawn in nayment of same. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof McCall's Patterns

Street to intersect Orange Center)
road $29.50 per acre, 30 feet wide. erty was sold to A. S. Eldredge for ....... .11111111111111111111..1111.,111011111111111111111. ..
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Upon motion the bid was acceptedand $50.00.

the work to be completed in 90 Upon motion the following described McNmL & DAVIS BLOCK Sentinel want advertising brings
days. Subject to the approval of the property was sold to Francis Buy year garden seed from DeLa- t
Supt of Roads and Bridges. Karel for $80.00. ney & Abernethy. Just received a' the probable buyers to see your prop
Cor Ave. and Church SL Orlando Fla.
Following range big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
bids for work for t Upon motion it was ordered that erty.
} road from Winter Garden to .Q,rt e1f. the Superintendent of Roads and L J A

S Center received: W. F.Jfegi; Dr ,) bridges, purchase a pair of bloodhounds Who started the popular price sys- Who started the popular price sys- ;
: L Griffin and J. P. Husband. Upon for use at the road camp. tem for good movies in Orlando? tem for good movies in Orlando?

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy j MUCH H [[ LWORK[ CAUSED[ BAPTIST T YOUNG PEOPLE[ l[ MAKE 'liiilHIMMMIHMMHimiHmtlimillHIItHMn,


South Florida WEEKLY Sentinel If the (women W. voters S. Branch are) going to BY NBV! P PRIMARY lAW AUTO VISIT TO SANE ORD D DSix
MORNING AND
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. start into a regular campaign of political '

house cleaning, we do not Dickson-Ives Co1
& Reminds One of General Who Ordered: Car Loads of Young Church
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida know of a mire appropriate place
u Second Claw Mail Matter. Soldiers Up the Hill and I Workers Attend B. Y. P. U.
than Illinois My, but what a job Down Again :
TO ADVERTISERS: they will have when they tackle Chi- Session There

Copy for duplar and all other hand-set cago. Owing to the unusual requirementsof ,
advertising most be handed in at the business the new primary law much work Six auto car loads of young peopleof
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. John Lind is not saying much about
the church of Orlando, DEPARTMENTAL STORfrlanuo'
Baptist
the day before publication. This rule appliesto which has the seeming of being need- rep-
chances for contract advertising; it is the situation in Mexico. There are less is just now being done by the supervisors resenting the Baptist Young People's
invariable and win be strictly adhered to.
editors and curb stone
so many politi- and the secretary of state. Union, went to Sanford yesterday

z Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued cians talking, who know nothing Supervisor Frank H. Williams was afternoon and attended a session of
should'notify the office in writing on about it, that "Yon" probably thinks
I the B. Y. P. U. convention which is
,
the date of expiration, otherwise it will bet busy yesterday in addressing envel- favorite
continued at the regular subscription rates would be out of place for a man to in in that
; opes sent him by the secretary of now progress city. s Shopping
until notice to stop is received.SUBSCRIPTIOX butt in who is conversant with the
state. These envelope will containthe The crowd was chaperoned by
r facts."What's.
RATES pamphlet to be issued by the state Messrs. W. H. Brokaw, A. B. Johnson -
Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 *
Daily 6 Months ....................... %.50 in behalf of the candidates who buy Eugene Reid, president of the
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 in a name? Much incon-
in said local B. Y. U. and
pmaphlet to their P. number of
c Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 gruity betimes, and much that is very space get a PLACE
claims before the voters. Because it others. Several of the Orlando party

Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 appropriate at other times. Certainly is impossible for the secretary to took part in the exercises, and returned -
Weekly 6 Months :.................... .75 nothing could be more proper than
know so far in advance how much before 11 o'clock last nightAll .
Miss Brownie Wheat, the name of a
FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914. postage will be required to carry the reported a profitable and enjoy-
popular lady in Parker, South ,
young pamphlet, it will be necessary for the able time. Sanford has been filled
Dakota. Miss Whitey Oats and Mr.
THE WEATHER supervisor to send the envelopes backto with conventions this week. The mo-
Reddy Corn would also be character-
the secretary for that official to tion picture men, the Order of the
istic names for South Dakota society
have the postage affixed, after whichhe Eastern Star and the Presbyteryhave
Florida: Partly cloudy Friday; folks.
will again express the pamphletsand been in session there during the
x ; probably showers in extreme east por- Grand
the the few
envelopes to supervisorwho past days.
tion; colder south portion. Saturday, Many of our citizens who paid their
will then mail them out from his
fair, warmer north and central por- compliments to Hon. Oscar Under-
office to the voters of Orange county. THE GRAND'S BILL
tions. wood at Mr. Giles' office yesterday
followed in
This procedure is being

morning, were surprised, but delighted every county in the state, and it will Helen Gardner in "A Princess of Easter
p Ex-President Taft is playing golfat to find him so approachable. None readily be seen that this item alone Bagdad" played to an overflowinghouse OfferingsIN

Augusta while another ex-presi- could approach King Ahasuerus, entails much work for the supervisorsand at the Grand last night in spiteof
dent is chasing wild animals in Bra- except those "to whom he held out the the stormy weather.
secretary.But
the but that in Tonight being a regular feature
zil. golden scepter, was
few names have been added to night six reels will be shown, includ- -
z o heathen Persia twenty-five hundred I the registration list since March 15. ing "Nero and Britannicus," which is
': : The story of the belled buzzardwas years ago. Mr. Underwood is an I A large number of business men on in three reels and beautifully hand
not a myth after all. It was an American of the now period. colored throughout.
have failed to
Orange avenue registerso
Mr. Herve is the bright particular
MillineryAND
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Orlando man who belled the buz- far, and it is not to be wondered star of the production and is supported -
1 zard. Possibly there are still a few men that others remotely removed from bd an all star cast from the Odeon
o in Orlando who would like to see saloons theater in Paris. The action deals
the seat have failed to do
county so.
in For the with an episode in the life of the
ti The Ocala Banner rises to remark again operation.
The books will close 15.
April Roman tyrant Nero. and is characteristic
A that Claude L'Engle is not led around benefit of such we offer the following all the way through of his ca-

by the nose with a halter. Whoeveris suggestion made by a Northwesternman reer of crime.
who either from closeobservation Who started the popular price sys- Besides this feature Mr. G. :M. An-
it that is? speaks
tem for good movies in Orlando? I
derson will in "Broncho Billy
o or out of a ripe experience appear Ready-to-Wear
"
r and the Bad Man.
Some of the papers object to"send- : T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone Another drama and a comedy will
ing Seminole Indians to the California For Men Who DrinkTo 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf complete the program. The usual excellent
exposition. If we .can unload the married man who can not I musical program will be ren-
Try the Sentinel Job Department dered by "that" orchestra. ALSO
them on California we are in favorof get along without his drink we sug-

letting them gest the following solution to the
go.o _. . . . .. .....
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bondage of his habitStart 1111111"I""lllllllr."III"'IIIIIIIIIII' TTT
t. Dainty Shoes
Dr. Wiley recommends the use of a saloon in our own house.Be .

California oranges but admits that the only customer. You will Easter
he eats Florida oranges in preference. have no license to pay. Go to your Egg Dyes Silk

: Never knew before that Doc wife and give her $2 to buy a gallonof Hosiery

3, Wiley was a diplomat. whiskey and remember there are --ATMcELROY'S -
---0-- 69 drinks in one gallon.

t ; Oscar Underwood comes to Orlandoto Buy your drinks from none but Lingerie WaistsAND
see his sick father-in-law. 'Hoper your wife, and by the time the first PHARMACY

Joe Reese will see that he is properly gallon is gone she will have $8 to

received.-Tampa Tribune. There put in the bank and $2 to start business .MMIMIMIIMMIMIIMMIMIMIMIIIIIIII

others who did again. ___ __ .. _
were and he had no
cause to complain. Should you live ten years and con- filllillMliiMtlilllMMMIMIMMHIMMIIIMMnf 1
Positively the largest and finest
o tinue to buy booze from her and then

F The Lakeland Telegram plumes itself die with Snakes in your,boots she will ; A.. Y. FULLER R.. L. FOX assortment of

upon rightly predicting the out- have money enough to bury you decently -

come of the senatorial race in Ala- educate your children, buy a THE PALMS AUTO CO

bama. Let the Telegram crow all i it house and lot, marry a decent man

wants to, but there were many others and quit thinking about you. REO MOTOR CARS CHIC PARASOLS !

r who did the same thing. That race
was of the sure thing order. Who started the popular price system For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
for good movies in Orlando?
full stock of supplies and accessories.. Have a good forceof
shown in this
The convicts in New York will be I'd write of spring if I but dared, competent repair men. All our work is absolutely ever
used to make the brick for the public But bolder must than mine
guaranteed.
roads. This is an excellent idea. Must first be found, and then, besides -

Florida has the convicts, but many Maxwell "25 $800 Equipped in Orlando QUEEN CITY
contend that she has no brick material I haven't got the time. ,

It is tile to hive a report from

E the state geologist on this subject. SEED! SEED! SEED!,
o Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Our Men's Department
Furnishing
Abernethy, druggists.
3-13-tf
; The Tampa Tribune reproaches the THE PALMS AUTO CO'FULLER

town of Fort for has anticipated
Myers failing to Who started the popular price system very
provide the kind of tobacco that for good movies in Orlando? & FOX, Proprietors.4iillimiHltlMmilllimiM8IMMiMIIMMtllilH.
Thomas Edison likes to chaw. It is largely

t: F a beastly shame, but incidentallythat Job printing at the Sentinel

particular brand has been givena

recommendation which will make a Easter Wants

fortune for the manufacturer if he

uses it properly.

o Everything for MAN from his
c The Tampa board of trade has

F taken sharp and decisive action Hat to his Shoes-including all

against the itinerant
advertising solicitor -
and the business men of that the go betweens.We .

: : city are warned not to patronize any Are You Invitedto

enterprise of the kind which is not

" :. endorsed by the board of trade. This a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea show here styles simultaneously -
is the kind of action which should
'- gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure with New York and
be taken in every town, and the Sentinel -

.r. respectfully brings it to the you will be interested in our display of the newest and f Paris the result of our progressive -
,
notice of the Orlando board. most artistic designs inCUT

o aggressiveness.Is .
x The commissioners of Hillsborough GLASSThere ,

r county recently rejected more than I. .
half a million brick that failed to
are so many odd pieces and attractive sets
r meet the rattler test of the county

engineer, and an agent forthwith pro- here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.
!
ceeded to sell the rejected brick to We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe
the commissioners of Pinellas. Now
' the legality of the sale is to be tested more acceptable.T.H.Evans. .

by citizens who are determined that Mail Order r r Department

f only the best material shall be usedin I

the construction of the roads in

Pinellas. This is exactly right Therecan Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, make
be little doubt that inferior brick usa of it whenever you can. Samples or information

have been sold to Florida towns and cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

counties. In view of the vast amountof Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues -

money to be spent in this state in We invite comparison values.
the construction of hard roads within

the next few years much of which ito

be expended within a much shorter
i period, those who are entrusted with the JewelerOPPOSITE

the purchase of material should be ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
certain to secure the best This is

imperative, not only because it is POSTOFFICE

honest and right, but for the honor

; ,) of the men who do, the buying. In Oiange Rue. Orlando

all cases the test should be rigid, and EXPERT REPAIRING AND ,: ;

no concessions allowed. ., i

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APRIL 10, 1914 THE MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLORIDA PAGE F I V E
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MIMIMIMIMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMIMMgine O)GllDGDGll GDGll GDall ODGll) 3 GOOD FRIDAY SERVICESAt
i I. .0 .c

I I FAVORITE THEATRE I St. Luke's Cathedral [F ,

o ROBINSON a STARKEY Managers Services at St. Luke's Cathedralwill

You n Must t Eat t Cani J I -- io II be as follows:

Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. o services.10 a. m.-Litany and penitential

Admission 5 cents I
3D The three hours' devotion from 12

-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. QIIDCDOIIDODOIIDGDOIIDCDOIIDTO to 3 p. m.. during r

e That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes 2-reel DAY'S Eclair PROGRAMA drama. Hand colored will 5 make the I It At t ifl's"
p. m.-Evening
pictures are not often seen in a
that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to.an en- city: the size of Orlando and never
before for the admission price of 5 At the
: cents, for which you can see them today On Good Friday
at the Favorite. Aside from the Bags
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Caramels beauty of this film is the real heart in a vivid manner

interest story of love, romance and death of Jesus
Taffies, etc. sacrifice. The young artist when success The services are as I have those that are left
reaches him turns from his
-
constant
FRESH EVERY DAY. wife to the wiles of another Reading' of the .We do not want to carry
woman-the serpent-the wife's sacrifice to St. John.
and the husband's final regeneration and veneration of the summer.
is a lasting moralA es of God to His

1 3 BUTT'S' KLNDY KITCHEN f regret very missing special it.program. You will the a. m.Blessed SOUVENIR SPOONS.

Devotional
i home with you. We still
SHOCKLEYSHORROCKMiss of Christ's
agony
3pm. good assortment left. D

The home of pure home-made Candies Willie M. Shockley was mar- Way of the Cross
ried to Mr. Herbert W. Shorrock at PEARL JEWELRY.
p.
the Baptist parsonage by Rev. Dr. m.All welcome.
AvenueIMilimmHMIIMMIilMHIIIIIIMMilMilliMM
Orange Edw. T. Poulson yesterday afternoonat
in Sterling Silver-just the
5 o'clock. Both the contracting
TOO LATE TO
parties are from Clarcona, and will those few presents, good,
make that place their home with the
Who started the expensive.
mother of the groom. Mr. J. L. for
tem good
Who started the popular price system Loveless and Mrs. Fannie Loveless
for movies in Orlando?
good
accompanied the young people, and WANTED-Position
WADE I were the legal witnesses to the cere- general E l & Co.
THE TUNER ,BAYLARIAN RENTS OUT FRONT lish," care Sentinel. ,
ORLANDO, FLA. I TO NEW PLUMBING FIRMV. mony.

GERMAN GIRL JEWELERS
Baylarian, the tailor, has rented FEAST OF PASSOVER BEGINS maid. Will do
the front room of his building at THIS EVENING Address "German. Repairing.
Mr. F. W. McKeen, of Boston, is -10-3t
Court and Church streets to the
new Everything Guaranteed.
in Orlando
today.
plumbing firm of Fergus & Rogers, The annual festival of the Passover, FURNISHED

who will use it as a display room. beginning this evening' will be celebrated mer; rent very
:Mr. J. C. Mulligan, of Milwaukee, The plunders have been occupyingthe by the Orlando Jewish people. tenants: chief
is a late arrival at the San Juan. The event commemorates the flight R. S. B., this office.
next door to Baylarian's and will

: continue to occupy this room In addition from Egypt. The Jewish benevolent FOR SALE-New
Who started the popular price sys- i to the extra space rented from societies where such exist in other room house with

tem for good movies in Orlando? I Baylarian. The tailor will retitre to cities are preparing budgets for dis- every way. Just .d]

I the back room, and will there do all tributing money to assist the poor in Good bargain to 101 .J .
Mr. J. H. Martin, of Syracuse, N. obtaining the unleavened bread for Owner, phone 466,
of his tailoring and pressing work. .
.Y., is in Orlando, a guest of the San the festival. -10-eod-lmo ---- --------- -

Juan. I 'I I On that the meal is
day evening
Who started the popular price sys FOR' SALE OR
tem for good movies in Orlando? known as the Seder, at which the terms, 8 acres of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stolen of Chicago I youngest person of the family asks a limits; 5 room Veneer

are among the recent arrivalsat the feast. The Grove, 200 bearing
meaning regarding
FUNERAL OF D. L. PIERSONThe house
the San Juan. head with the of the room frames
replies story on West Central and furni-
funeral of :Mr. D. L. Pierson, angel of death which swept over 7 room house, nicely
Mr. H. N. Kearney went down to who died at Oakland yesterday, will Egypt, killing the first born of each improvements. new, 25 and 50 cents.

Tampa yesterday to spend a coupleof be held at that place this afternoon, family except in the homes of Jews. street. city.

days sight seeing.Mr. and the services will be conducted by When the explanation has been Bread
I FOR SALE Dog
i Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, of the Or made the meal begins. Certain sym Two high grade
Ed. Richards left for
yesterday !lando Baptist church. :Mr. Piersonwas bols are used in commemoration of one native milch ;

Macon, Ga., to accompany Mrs. Rich- 68 years of age, and was highly the first born and the flight from and perfectly gentle.One dogs in a healthy condition
ards and the baby to Orlando.Mr. eight
respected. He had been in ill health Egypt. year
single or double;
for some time. His brother. Mr. Myron five old horse
year
: T. C. Abernethy went to Tam- Toilet
Pierson, and wife, of Detroit, ar FUNERAL OF R. EDGAR DAMN good under the Soap
pa yesterday to spend a day or so rived last night for the funeral train or auto.
with relatives. He was accompaniedby One light, -
The funeral of Mr. R. Edgar Dann I smooth and white.
his niece, Miss Elizabeth Whitta-
ness.One
Who started the popular price system took place yesterday afternoon a t light top
ker who has been her
visiting grand-
for good novies in Orlando? 12:30 at the home on West Church good as new.
mother. Mrs. B.'G. Abernethy.Mr. Will sell at a
street, the services being conductedby first class security.PLANTS"W
RUY BLAS AT THE LUCERNE Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson of the anything of equal
and :Mrs. Dibble, parents of AGAIN TONIGHTOn GROCERY
I
First Baptist church. The floral em- W.
Mrs. Buford Duke, arrived last night account of the inclement weather '! 4-10-lw
and the small attendance at the blems were many and beautiful. Besides -
from Miami for a visit to their
Lucerne theater last night, the man a large number of personal & GORE
daughter. They will be entertainedat Who started the
agement has decided to hold "Ruy friends of the deceased and his fam
Duke Hall during their stay in the Bias" and play it again tonight in tem for good
ily, the services were attended b;Y 6 & 8 E. Pine Street !
city. connection with the Friday programof
five reels, so that those who could d members of the Red Men and Why worry
not come last night will have an op Knights of Maccabees. The interment the hot weather?
Judge and Mrs. Merrick Stowell I portunity to see this beautiful film took place at Beulah, twelve five cent meals. at AND POTTED PLANTS.
( and sister, Miss Martha W. Stowell,I tonight, at no expense whatever. Th taurant.
left yesterday for their home at Os- management is doing this so that its miles west of Orlando. The pallbear . .. .. .. .,!
I patrons will not miss seeing this film, ers were Messrs. S. S. Griffin, Phi CIVIC .
\iwego, N. Y., after spending the win- ---- --=-==:::: ----- --
which it considers one of the bes Slemons, J. T. Dale, P. F. Laubach, A call meeting of
with Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
'er Carpener shown in this city. Every one know
E. S. Keyes and T. H. Evans.
at 504 East Central avenue; Victor Hugo's novel by this name, will be held on
and ought to be glad of an opportu April 15th, at : .
nity to see this great film. As it i S Who started the popular price sys Sorosis library,
Who started the popular price sysira -'
in three reels only, the regular show
m for good movies in Orlando?
for good movies in Orlando? electing a new
will be given, and those who were a t
the Lucerne last night will have plen Simmons, who ,
CLOTHINGWe ty of entertainment in the five othe Eat what you want. office at the
reels. Eat all you want.
have just received a shipment able to serve.
Take
and
a postscript forget it.
f Schloss Bros.: fine suits for
men. Eat what you want For sale by all durggists.l7d&wlyr.
iso "Lord Baltimore" brand for Eat all you want.

)oys' suits. Also large stock of Take a postscript and forget it. All members of
falm Beach and mohair suits. Buy For sale by all druggists. The cost of living brings no frowns,
17d&w To smile the housewife's able; No.9 are requested
tour clothing from us. She reads the money-saving ads I day night for the E

4-6-21 W. M. SLEMONS.Who Who started the popular price system In the Sentinel, at breakfast table. I ferring the Knight ll
for good movies in Orlando? didates, and

started the popular price sys. Who started the popular price system 0. N.
tem for good movies .in Orlando? for good movies in Orlando? \ I
Attest: J. T.

Keeper of
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Opening of Piano

At The Lucerne Today man For particulars Care Grand *
1 No. 239 from 11 to \ 1/

1 4.3-lm. ........


Who started the
tem for good [WHITE] -III


1 "Drcain Child," a most beautiful two reel American. PAINTS COLOR CO.


"Our Mutual Girl," in one reel. Good Wood NASHVILLE

'
"Withering Roses," another beautiful beauty. Better Wood

Best Wood -

"The Yegg and the Egg," a one reel Komic comedy. This won't LUMBER CO.


i? "Ruy Bias," after Victor Hugo's Novel. Stock up. and Building Material


; Saturday---"Zuzn the Band Leader" and "Robust Romeo," Orlando Orlando, Fla.


two Keystone comedies, and good ones. 104 W. -- -- --

BARGAINS IN SECOND HANDCARS
B. W.
FOR QUICK SALE
...
.
One 1912 Flander's Roadster ...$275
Admission Adults 10 Cents. One 1912 Flander's Touring car 275
First Floor: Children 5 Cents Oe 1913 Krit Roadster ....:...330
LUTHER One 1913 Krit Touring car .... 375
Balcony: 5 Cents treatment One 1912 Haynes ..............700
Cut One 1913 Oakland Roadster ... 509
Ares. One 1913 Cadillac, 4-passenger .1400
ROSS, One Cadillac Truck ............ 750
Continuous show from 2 to 10
p. m. p. m. All cars in splendid condition.
from DeLa- Agent for Lozier cars.
received a KLOEPPEL MOTOR CAR CO.
it MHi'iiiimmiiti . POTTED 3-13-tf Jacksonville, Fla, Phone 4787FRIfAY
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PAGE SIX THE MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914

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CONWAY ITEMS I PEOPLE'S WAISTS I We insure your life and loa you!
,
money on real estate at 6 per cent I
MAY BEES-AN ESSAY I
Conway 8.-Hon. G. W. interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,I
April
Crawford is making an addition to By Claude L'Engle MUNNIMAKERs Curry, Building, Tampa,3-25-d&wtf Fla. I Louisville S Nashville R. R.

his home place which, when completed
'' Dont't Get Stung- Notices tf Lost, Wanted For Sale ForRent i FOR RENT OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
,,' will make it commodious and convenient etc.. for this column 25e for one day, :
a May bees are good little in (Oc for three days, or PLOD for one week for I Five room house. kitchenette and
They always have a numberof CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
sects 25 words or less. Money must accompany I bath, electric lights; by the year or
winter visitors, relatives ant the advertisements for this column U no. month; partly furnished. See owner,' INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,
friends, who come to this very at- But they don't fly in June insertions will be made on credit I 403 S. Lake street, A. M. Callis. I GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO. ,
In the June 4-5-3t
primary-
I 4
tractive home Lake Con
on ay to en- FOR SALE !
Don't waste time on :May I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.
joy fishing, hunting and rowing. An elegant modern home four bedrooms i FOR SALE-Complete set of household I
bees. ; Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:16 pm Jacksonville ............
Now that Mr. Dow and associatesare ; two bath rooms; gas and electricity -: furniture. Will sell cheap. Call Ar. Knoxville .............12:00 n'n Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:05 8:50 pm
going to build winter homes onHoffner's Some other man may be all throughout; fruit trees and at 208 East Robinson avenue. 4.5-3t I Ar. Lexington .............. f Ml pm I Ar. Birmingham ...........12:10 nn am'
right for in Congress flowers. 509 East Central avenue. Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 pm
you ; Ar. Cleveland ..............
Island, we of Conway will 7:15 am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35
215tf. FOR RENT-Five room cottage. Ap- am
Ar. Detroit ... .............
Some other be in 7:45
am
man may : Ar. St. Louis ..............
be 1:40 am
: greatly pleased, as this tract lies ply Mrs. McDade, 307 Broadwayavenue. Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago ............... 9:18
am
line with De-
, directly south of Conway and is progressive 4-1-lw Ar. Louisville ..........:. 9:00 pm.
FOR SALE Ar. Indianapolis! ............ 7:00 am DIXIE
joined to the mainland on the east. mocracy. Nursery stock, one, two, three and Ar. Chicago ............... 7:10 am FLYER
,_ It is through this land our citizensare Some other man may be four year old buds; Foster Early, FOR RENT Six room house, fur- DIXIE LIMITED I Lv. Jacksonville ........... 815 pm
able to think for the people Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington nished, modern improvements; also The fastest train to the West I Ar. Atlanta ............... 8W am
talking of building a road to Pine Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle furnished rooms. Apply Sentinel of- Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ..........12C9 n'n
Castle. after election, fice. 4-Mw Ar. St. Louis .............. .2:50 pn Ar. Evansville ..,........... 9:43
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Ar. Chicago ................ I pm
But may be some other man 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:&0 amElectric
Mr. J. S. Sligh and partner, Mr.
won't. FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house,
Graves, are engaged in raising toma- FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. garden and farm land, on Conway Lighted Trains with; Through Sleepers. L. It N. Diners. N. Better
toes on some choice trucking lands in And may be you'll get For rent, three room suite for light clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115.t Dirt.Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast N. Dut. or 4
stung fooling with him. housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm. I
: Conway. They have something like 3-20-lm-d&w SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train with dining cars, t
L Coryell, 201 Concord Ave. west,
You know that Claude coaches and sleepers
one hundred to Cincinnati ;through sleepers to Louisville. Cleve-
acres set out and have
Orlando Fla. 3-31-tf -
land
and Indianapolis daily and to Grand .
L'Engle is NOT be Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Direct -
employed number of hands a may ; connections to Toledo.
a large to FOR RENT-Two office spaces in i Detroit Pittsburg Buffalo.
do the work. If this venture provesa You know that he..will FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand our store at No. 9 W. Church street. DIXIE with coaches LIMITED dining and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago

success it will open up great possibilities think and act for you, unimproved land. See S. S. Come in and we will show you. Pierce er through to St Louis cars on drawing Dixie Limited room compartment over 5 hours and fastest observation and only fleep-one
Because he is now in Con Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm Electric Co. 3-29-tf night outMONTGOMERY
-a canning factory, etc. ROUTE has sleepers through to'5L Louis daily, and connecting -
t Mr. gress doing this very thing. sleepers to Chicago.
Bryant is having one hundred .. . _ _ . 1
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, acres of land cleared up to be set out When you can get a sure " " . " . . For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.

to citrus fruit. These are the things thing, C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L & N. Railway,
:. that count. Don't risk the best chance 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville

Mr. Miles Simmons has been setting that ever happened. One Bungalow Left to Sell 2-26-eod-2m
Claude L'Engle has been
out citrus trees. He is very suc-
: cessful in time-tried and fire-test- -
budding trees and in caring
i
ed in the for the
fights iiMIIMMIIIMCIIimitlllMHMMtltttOnt
for
has had several
groves, and con-
.: .; tracts for setting out budded trees. people's rights.He M. J. DAETWYLER

He has been engaged in building a is the one sure thing .THE. .

road to Gatlin for heavy hauling. for you in this race for .. ..

{ This road is much used by Mr. Conoly Congress in the Fourth Phone 563

: for his naval stores business.Mr. District.He Altamonte H.
is there for term
Benj. Redditt and family were one ,
him there for another
Keep
; here at the home place for a week. 11",111..1111111.,11,11111111111111.1111111111'FOR
Vote for Claude L'Engle H
? He was engaged in collecting his cattle
JLAltamonte I II
marking calves etc. He has first.
". Take a chance secondThe SALE-Good upright piano;I FOR RENT-By the year. a modern
1\ taken of them his
a portion to
... Fort has been used only three months; : 10-room house, with bath, completely I Springs Flat
Christmas farm. Mr. Redditt is a will sell at a bargain. Call on Judge I 1; furnished, in the best part of town.I I
ti man of affairs and thinks an auto LaBar, at 5 W. Livingston avenue. I Apply to Jas. Thomson, 17 S. Orange I

f .' would be just the thing to travel i in Marconi wireless station at 4.7-lw avenue. 4-7-3t j beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)

between his two places. Miami Beach is nearly completed and Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or- .
, Mrs. Mabel it has been arranged that their messages FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one FOR .RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the chestra,eta The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful
L Piatt returned to week month Phone 571
. acre in bearing orange grove; six or ; cheap. ,, location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40
' her home in Wichita, Kas. She will be sent direct to the Western 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- ,l

stopped to visit friends at St. George, Union office in Miami. A tele gardening and trucking; located ---- -- --- ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve

,A Ga., and relatives in Fort Scott. graph station will be erected in the half mile from city limits on public MISCELLANEOUSFURNISHED ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
near future for the forwarding of the
Mrs. Reynolds, who was here last care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf HOUSE to let 303
winter, spent several weeks as the wireless messages. The station can West Concord Avenue, Orlando,

' guest of Mrs. W. I. Smith. be used by the residents of Miami and FOR SALE Fla. 453t. i GEORGE E. BATES & SON, PROPRIETORS

the visitors at the beach which will Pair of mules, well matched, young,
Miss Margaret Hill returned from sound and in good condition. H. H. One hundred and sixty acres of fine I SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT VERNON, N. H.
1 Tampa much improved in health. be a great advantage as well as a Williams, P. 0. Box 247, Orlando, farm land, near Maning, North Da .. ...iMMillllMIMMIMIHMM'Stationery ,
convenience. kota, 80 acres under. cultivation i in
Mr. R. T. Peel purchased 20 acresof Fla. 4-2-6t '"'"I'Q
good location. Will trade for
: land from Mr. M. B. Burkett. It orange
; First class Brazing a specialty at FOR SALE-A new bungalow, five grove or city property. For full par that is not Stationary
joins Mr. Peel's land on the south. Warman's Repair Shop Court St rooms and bath, modern in every ticulars address C. E. Piatt, Conway,
on
He is now trade for land Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw
.". on a some 125tf. detail. Ten minutes walk to post-
on the Orlando and Pine Castle road. office. Will give good bargain to FOR- Ours is constantly on the move because
the
He is one of our most successful business Who started the popular price system prompt buyer. Owner, phone 376, modern RENT-By year house.or month,
4.2 lw seven room Apply have what the desires and at
for good movies in Orlando? city. we public reas-
men and has made some good 217 East Robinson avenue. 44.8tMore

investments.The : FOR SALE-Restaurant business,I onable prices.Our .

orange trees of this section NOTICE consisting of steel range, oil stove,' help wanted? Room to let stock is so varied that we can furnish -

have been filled with an unusual ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAIL cooking utensils, tables, chairs, and or wanted? Advertise in the Sen

amount of bloom and the air is redolent ROAD COMPANY, AUCTION silverware. Will sell at bargain. Address tinel. Be sure to read the ads. in most anything you want in size tint ,

with its fragrance. The woods SALE FUSED OF FREIGHT.UNCLAIMED AND RE- Fla. H. W. Rhodes. Winter 493tHORSESF Park, today's Sentinel. they, bring results. finish or weight. Just now we are selling a

T are beautiful with the new foliage of Orlando, Fla, March 25th, 1914 SALE-Height 800 to W. T. ENTRICAN, great many boxes of Initial. Correspondence
every shade of green and Conway By direction of the Freight Claim 1500 pounds. Prices right. Dr.
Offers to Orlando the newest and best Cards. Unless name with X
begins
:. : Dann's Transfer. your ,
Wienenga,
looked notice is -
never so attractive and lovely. Agent, hereby given that tof workmanship in the painting
We extend a cordial welcome to the following listed freight will be Who started the popular price system 'I decorating trade. Phone 636. an dwe probably have your initial. The cards are
sold at public auction for freight for good movies in Orlando? :
,' the of the __ 1-21-lm .
M. B.
" new owner Burkett
-
'. and other charges, at the A. C. L fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come
place, which is desirable location FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room
a very freight warehouse in Orlando Fla.
,
,
. furnished house. Will rent all or WANTED-25 family washings at and see them. They are only 50c a box. We
and has fine an Tuesday, April 28, 1914. Sale will
land
.. some trucking part of it, by the month or year. once, from 50 cents up. Home
on the lake. It is an ideal spot fora commence at 10 o'clock, a. m. Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. also have the initial paper to match the
Goods sold without guarantee of
home between Lake Conway and street. 4-2-2wks 3-8-
quality, quantity or value. Terms: cards.
. Lake Landon. Spot Cash.J. -
We noticed in the Washington Tribune A. Huske, Route Agent.A. WANTED The Sentinel want ads find tenantsfor c

that the Seaboard Air Line contemplates C. L. Ry., Fayetteville, N.C. WANTED young, sound saddle houses or rooms every day. Let W. S. BRANCH,
t S. A. L 30120; S. A. L 32061; S. A. horse, weighing 700 to 850 pounds.\,I them help you.
: an extension or branch L 32023; S. A. L. 33359; S. A. L A. J. Taylor, 211 E. Robinson avenue.I)I The Arcade Book aid Music Store
line to St. Cloud and thence to Tam 30221; S. A. L. 31671; S. A. L. 31662; -4-3t -

pa. It is strictly in order for our S. A. L 32178; S. A. L. 30094; S. A. I I.. . . . . .111111 f...a..a. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
L 33347 S. A. L 35951.
prominent business men to petitionthis ; WANTED-Pair of good medium .* mMMMMtMiMIIOMMMIIMMilMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIimilMmTI1MHtMThere's
Consigned to o-n Hamilton Johnson
,
road to come through Conway, Orlando Fla 3275t. size young mules, and wagon; also
,
Jersey cow and calf. Address A. S.H.,I I
as St. Cloud is south and little
4 a east

: ;- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Piatt were Sunday Who started the popular price sys care Sentinel.SEED! SEED! SEED!4-4-3t I I I j a Style Show Here

visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd tem for good movies in Orlando? Garden and field seed. DeLaney & I

<- -, Peel and were entertained for tea. Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf,
SWEET POTATO PLANTSI

I Who started the popular price system will pay $1.00 per thousand for WANTED-Ladies combings to us. to Don't bring destroy their : Every Day in the YearHome
for good movies in Orlando? Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato them. We will make what you want.

plants, from now until June 15th.P. Come and see our stock and examineour
BETWEEN OURSELVESNo M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla. work. We invite inspection. If
Y 3-31-lm you havn't the hair we supply it. Our

matter how warm it get stock is genuine. We make everything makers find visit
may will
Who started the popular price system to order. We pay cash for, a through our
in the next few Wt ks few W. .U eA combings. ;
for good movies in Orlando?

; will discard those heavy fur coats. Phone 646 for Hudson and Chal secured We beg the to exclusive announce agency that we for have the. big store an, interesting treat. We have here the

What's become of the oldfashioned mers livery service. Auto repairing well-known and popular Clow's Knit
a specialty. Roy H. Barnard, 17 Hosiery. Drop us a card and samples most delightful of necessities for the furnishingof
fellow
who used to call the ;
figures Hewey street, Orlando, Fla. 4-9-6t will be submitted for your inspection -I
at the dance. at your leisure. The goods
we handle are the kind that satisfy.i the modern home.
Who started the popular price sys NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar- ,
What's become of the oldfashioned tem for good movies in Orlando? land St. 3-23-1 mo .

x children who used to sleep in the
trundle bed? Rubber Stamps made to order at We specialize in high-grade furniture at a
Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. 1'111111'1111.,1.,111 t

A The expression used oftenest and Who started the popular price system A Genuine Bargainin moderate price. We invite you to come in and

with the least justification is "If I for good movies in Orlando?

= had known!" Real EstateGood look over the display.
WOOD, COAL AND ICE-

Usually the who thinks Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
man he is eight-room house,
parading his knowlejge is showing Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf with connected kitchen

something decidedly different. Who started the popular price sys twenty acres first class land PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHT

tem for good movies in Orlando? al cleared, 315 bearing
Xo matter what thj pessimistic Orange Trees, in.first class

may say, if Easter is a pretty (*.ay HOTEL FOR LEASE condition, fine bloom. Land

f it will be demonstrated that the; can easily be subdividedinto

i peach crop is not a failure. We have five-acre tracts is
a 73-room house on Lake on
Erie, just 12 miles from Cleveland ois n road to Conway, 2 1-2

4 A queer thing about the styles : hard surface roads and trolley line.; miles from Court House, Kincaid & 'Snowden H HE

," that the old ones always look good which Abundance was the of traffic first, was and last decidedly rear road on two sides, main

to a man and the new ones always: successful under the management: of road will be bricked this

appeal to a woman. the owner, who now has other business year. Has rural delivery,


3Y1 started movies the popular price system -. all newly conveniences to furnished take all,,bath his has time.houses electricity,House garage.and I is and close shool and estate.wagon. CHEAPfor Sold to E ORLANDO'S lOW: PRICE fURNITURE HOUSE

jor good in Orlando?
Reasonable leasing privileges can be cash, or very reasonable
: Get a bicycle on the easy paymentplan .

12.5-tf.t at. Warman's Repair Shop. Jacksonville arranged., Atlantic Address National Florida.Palmer Bank and Building Palmer w&s., terms LORD will& be BRADSHAW made. Cor. Main 'and Pine Sts. Orlando. Florida jj jjtMMMMMIMiMMiOMIIIIIII.M.M.MI.MA'lilltffffjIIMIiiH

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II ARCADE HOTELFRONTS



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

$1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.

100 ROOMS J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.


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

NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to
/ $1,00 A DAY MEALS 50 CENTS '

S5.00PER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS
L Inquire at office tor low weekly and monthly rates for the
$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
summer.
I J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.

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






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Taft, Fla. April .-Mr. Fish and :: Bargains i
We Will Put the Reins; i .
Mrs. Wolfe and family spent a few THE MARKETOf
days in Daytona last week. That's All :
Miss Frances C. Dennis, formerly : of Success in Your : I

of Taft, but later of Jacksonville, -. $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruit : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
Daytona and other places, and her Hands and orange ,trees. 120 are :
friend, Miss Harriet Hileman, of : :. large seedlings and the balanceare I
I AND SALT MEATS
Pittsburg, Pa., are visiting with Mrs. : from one to three year old
Helen J. Dennis and other friends fora I How? By furnishing you : buds. Near city., FISH AND GAME
time. : $3,250.-Choice home in city; 8
Mr. Fish and Mrs. Wolfe and family : a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative : .rooms large lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

who have been spending the win- : : I $2,400.-Good 7-room house,
ter with us, left for their home in call on you. He will give you East Side. Close in, only five Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

Iowa last Friday. formula that will make and minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.
Mrs. Rosier, of Niagara Falls, N. of choice lots and a num-
Y. was in town last week on busi- your fruit.Tile :: ber of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
ness, locating her property bought .. and grove propositions. We have everything in the Meat Line.
some time ago. We understand that for rent several furnished bun-
she was well satisfied with her pur- galows and flats close in. Some
chase. by the year and others 'till the The PARLOR MARKET

Among our representatives in Or- Soutlierli n f Ferlilizer r Co. : winter season begins. Call and
lando last Saturday were H. H. Child, make your wants known.
W. A. Levis, J. 0, Collins, M. M. H. M. Self & Co.
Hobson, A. E. Boyce, W. G. Sphaler, | ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 : [I
and Mrs. W. D. Loos. Cooper $ Atha PINE STREET
Mrs. Cranmer left last Monday

evening for her home in Philadelphia, 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor Phone No. 80illMMIIMiimiiHIIiaiHitlilMIIMIIBIilllllU

Pa.Mrs. Phone No. 311
Burtsch, who also has been
spending the winter in Taft, left for
her home in the North last Wednes-
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day.J.. D. Miller was called North last

Tuesday by telegram stating that his t'I
.
mother was seriously ill. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wright, of Or-
lando, spent Sunday in Taft. M. SLEMONS
Mrs. Ava Payne has returned from .
the hospital in Orlando very much Just arrived car load
improved in health.J. .
E. Tracy has completed his water FORDS for immediate -

tanks at Winter Park and is at home delivery. New Goods Arriving DailyWe
4 again I getting acquainted with his
family. He was in Orlando Monday
4 transacting business. Get yours now

J. A. Hubball left for the North
last Monday. He will keep going un- F. G. RUSE,
til he lands in Montana.
226
Phone
Prof. L. Riley, our popular sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
or in the Taft high school instruct-I I
week-end at his home in City.A made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

party of the young people of Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore"brand Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
Taft numbering about fifteen enjoyed
a moonlight picnic on Lake Conwaylast Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. _

evening. Miss Ethel Hickson, of & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
Orlando, was a guest. They report {]
having a very delightful time.
Predictions to the contrary, we are
still having a very bright moon shin-

ing times.on us Let every'er shine.evening; also at other W. M. SLEMONS j j

We hear the busy engines of the t
ORANGE
AVENUE
novelty works and the big saw mil .. .. tr
working daily. Several car loads of

well lumber as have manufactured been shipped articles.lately Busi-, as! To the West and ..IIIIIIIIIIIIII.IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII J

ness is getting lively. MMMMMMftIMm'tz&z
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Rev. W. E. Murphy is at his home

again meetings after at a Orlando.successful He series had as of DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND " " ,, I I LI OI ""ttttttt"tt"'ttt, ,: !

t guests Mr. D. U. Reynolds, wife and i
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
daughter, of Bowling Green, Ky., II 1111.111.11111 It ii j
'' Monday night. Mr. Reynolds has =
been staying for some time in Orlando Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer SOUTH ATLANTIC II HOT WATERIn !! 1.

not knowing the superior attrac- ..Lv Orlando A. C. L..lUam 3:13pm I v Orlando ..................... pm
tions of Taft, but now in the future r Jacksonville A. C. 1.... 5:45am 7:3 pm r Jacksonville ................... pm the Summer Time. Hot water is one of the most
v Jacksonville, A. C. L... tS: am 83pm v Jacksonville A. C. L. ........ pmv 1
he will come to Taft first. He finds' Waycross. A. C. L..lrSOam 10:25 pm v Warcro6&. A. C. 1.. ........... opm esseHtial features of a comfortable home. This is
...... ........... ; bo home
r Macon G. S. & F.
water r Macon. G. S. &: F. 5:13 pm 4:15 am : amr
under ,
that it "all as
is
not Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am r Atlanta C. of Ga ........... %am emphasized most strongly in the Summer time because complete Nzt6oul
was represented to him by our Orlando -! r Knoxville. L. &: N. .......... pm
r Chattanooga W. &: A..1lSam 11:55 am r Corbin 1. A N. ............. 11m you don't want to heat the kitchen up by one
friends. r Nashville N. C. &: St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r LouisvUlle 1. &; N. ........... pm
Geo. K. Thomas was a business Ar St. Louis L c.&: L.&:N. Z:50 pm 7:20 am r Indianapolis a. 1. ......... am keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequentlymost 1
caller in Orlando Monday.J. At Lexington, 1. &: N. ......... pm homes have to go without it all Summer and
At Hopkinaville 1. &: N........... 6:21pm At Cincinanti. L. &: N. .......... pm .
H. Estes, J. A. Simms and A. M. Ar Evansville, L. &: N..... 9:28am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo G. R. &: L ....... pmAr have it only in limited quantity in the Winter. l
Bristol were looking after business in Terre Haute, C. &: E. L. 1:IOpm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids G. R. I: L .... pm I j
Orlando Tuesday. At Chicago, C. I: E. L..... 5:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland. Big Four .......... amj "GET A RUUD" y '
4
Miss Lucy Holly died at her resi- .
I j I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC hot water time
of steaming any
I and have plenty
dence on First street Tuesday morn Solid train, composed of section drawing- you
Solid train composed of
ing, after a long illness. She was room sleeping cars observation compartment. drawing-room Pullman sleeping you want it and at a very small cost by simply _
can and dining car between Jacksonville and car p
nearly 80 years of age. Funeral at Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cinc and turning on the faucet.
u between Jacksonville and st. Louia.I .
Jacksonville Louisville
the house Thursday morning. Burialat and ;
Oak Ridge cemetery. DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between and ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANYGas
I Solid train. carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping "-
artment, observation sleepers and eleetlic Jacksonville and Grand Rapids
Who started the price ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-
popular sys- Department
lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. ear
tem for good movies in Orlando? "
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and

: Who started the popular price system -
for good movies in Orlando? FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR ON : mm mummllmllumll:111:: : a
W. R. O'NEAL* City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot .i.HM

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P AGE E I G H T'


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Since Mr. Charles H. Baker was
,
"\ appointed county agricultural agentit

has occurred to many to inquire f
Y just what his duties are. 1.. liV ould you rather l>oEDISON J

i Mr. Baker has been extremely busy ; ;
CMNEGIE] ? .
since beginning the work. The first or .: '
I
thing he did to start the
was movement -
:
I for the organization of corn : "EDISON 1 forLiilden l>y physician to take :

clubs among the boys of the county.In : another vacation.--Tri! Sept. 15, 913.
pursuance of this he has addressedthe -
SAFE.CONSERVATIVE.LONG ESTABLISHED MODATI NG boys and girls of'several of the Why? Because having worked twenty hours : I \

county schools, starting in Orlando. a day, Ms system lvill not permit a change; ho ..
The girls have been included for the
: must work or die, and die working! Yet, he is ta t
P tomato club work goes along with
[ A CONSERVATIVELY MANAGED BANK that of the corn clubs, though this is poor man as wealth is considered today.
K?
looked after by a state agent, Miss
By having an account with the State Bank of Orlando, Agnes Ellen Harris, of the Florida CARNEGIE, having enjoyed a continual
State College for Women, who is expected vacation for years is quoted thus, "When I received
you enjoy all the advantages of a conservatively managedand I .
to visit the at early '
county an
I first dollar of interest 1
well equipped! bank-and the confidence that comes date. my money,
realized that wealth could best be obtained
I from association with an intstitution of ample re- I In addition to this, :Mr. Baker has : by
,interested a number of farmers in letting my money work for me, Instead of
; sources.
; ] the business of planting new crops :;: : working for my money." :,.
I Accounts subject to check are invited. 1 for experimental purposes. The official .' .'
j assignment of the county agent's ::: YOU Hoymuch did your money earn

duties is as follows: .:::: :for you last month? Or, would you rather.": .
He studies the agriculture of the '.
THE STATE BANKOFORLANDOState ;;- : work for it? We 4 interest : .
cent
always :
county to learn what is being done .. ... pay per .:'
M! A I and what is worht while agrcultural- .. . Begin today, or if already begun, con : ""
ly in each part of it. This study includes '. : tinue to save ,''
County and City Depositary farm financial and organization ;., :: :' ':

i surveys. *S .. .
--
He gives the results of his studiesto ...." .
farmers, not in the way of advice,
but as facts observed and conclusions
drawn. This is done through the local D' : ,Nt@d j 0

.a .. press, lectures, institutes, circu- i N T
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CHARGE OF INTIMIDATION WAS deputy U. S. marshal. The detailsof '. .. ,t
.' ,' '
Based on these local studies and the .: .: :.': ';., :: :';' : :' ',;," "':.:' f
NOT SUSTAINED the charge made by :Mr. Ball is ascertained needs of the county clubs, I
that the defendants went to :
a place
associations, and the like are organ I ----
An interesting hearing took place owned by him near his homestead on ized and the individuals II I REPORTS LOSS OF WATCH AND
solicited to I cept the help of voluntary assistantsin neous matters which are the stock in
:March 23, and
demolished
frame
before U. S. Commissioner Wilbur a I undertake definite lines of agricultural work. trade of every well informed agent. STICK PINS

Tilden yesterday morning, when T. I. building lumber and and burned carried off a part of the i I improvement on their own farms. He acts as the connecting link be- The giving of advice is seventh on Mr. C. M. Pratt, who lives on Lake
the other, the act
Boyd, James Boyd, W. H. Boyd and being done with the of intim-! Organizations are also formed for cooperative tween the scientists of the research the list, because in actually improv- Dot, reported to the police last night
Luke Moore were arraigned on a purpose buying and marketing and institutions of the state and nation!I ing the agriculture of the county it that a sneak thief had entered his
him,
idating to cause him to leave the
charge brought by B. F. Hall that the place and fail to perfect his title, etc. the standardization of farm products.He and the farmer, presenting the results -I I'is probably of least importance, home while the family was away dur-
defendants had entered into a con- After a rather lengthy hearing the endeavors to co-ordinate all existing of investigations in such a way i though in point of time it may be ing the afternoon, and had taken a
: spiracy to intimidate him and pre- commissioner discharged the defend- agricultural agencies within that the farmer can use them, and the first work undertaken. ladies' gold watch and several stick
vent him from perfecting his title to the county, that all
so
ants. may work calling attention of scientists to the pins, which had been left on a dresser.
his homestead, which lies in 'Lake unitedly and .
efficiently.He Entrance effected win-
+ local agricultural problems of the "Looking for a position" through was through a
a county near the line of Orange, and develops local leadership. The county and soliciting their assistance.He Sentinel straightforward, frank and dow, from which the thief had pried f
1 is in the commissioner's district. The Sentinel want advertising serves task of improving the agriculture of gives advice. This may relateto business-like Sentinel want advertis- the screen. The police are on the .
is of bus-
ing giving example
an your
government was represented by As- the seeker and the offerer
equally. an entire county is so stupendous that spraying, seed treatment, mixing iness capacity in advance. track of the culprit.
a sistant U. S. District Attorney Botts.I the agent must be primarily an ad- fertilizers, combating insect pests,
t The defendants were in charge of a Read the advertisements daily. ministrator. He must inspire and ac- cultural practices, or other miscella Subscribe for the Sentinel. Get the Sentinel want ad. habit.

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t OUR SPECIAL AFTER SUPPER SALE .





Saturday, April 11, 1914. .


Yes, between the hours of 7.30 and 9 on above date, we will again offer the public a variety of Bargains, the like has never been seen

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in Orlando before. Everything must have a leader. so with this sale, our best is

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i 9c. Unbleached Muslin, 5 c 20 CUSTOMERThis yards toi



is the first floor at the big Bargain Counter, Dry Goods Department. 2000 yards to cut.



: MEN! JUST A MOMENTOur On the Second Floor, among the Ladies' OUR GREAT SALE OF EMBROIDERIESTo THE THIRD FLOOR OFFERS

Gent's furnishing department is. be closed tonight will be continued 25c. value 2.Quart China water II

offering for this sale regular READYTOWEARWe over Saturday for this sale. In this stock pitcher________ _________ ____ __14c.
i. $1.00 Shirts fpr ________________$. 79c you will find our best patterns in Embroidered lOc. value Johnson English China break- .

$1.50 Shirts for ________________ 1.19 are going to offer regular Voiles, Batistes, Linens, white fast plates ..:._______________ __ __ Ge.

$2.00 Shirts for _____________ ____ 1.49 $3.00 to $3.50 White and colors at greatly reduced prices Gold Band Cups and Saucers 6 for oOc,
Dresses for ..$1.98 Take a glance at our great big tableof while they last, 6 to customer.50c. .
$ New Department, New Goods, No restriction Embroidery edges and insertions at Regular value, wash boards, this
as to number to customer. $4.50 to $5.00 White Dresses for __$3.38 just 1-2 the regular marked price. sale ________29c
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oUR GEOCEB"'Y DEF.A.ET E T


.a Well, those 800 lbs. of Hams lasted about 20 minutes last Saturday. We simply underestimated the trade, but are getting wise, and 1!


!EiSgin: Montrose Maine Sugar' Corn, 2 cans for 25c. or $1.40 per dozen


3 to have a plenty. This corn is the very best procurable, and sells everywhere at 20c. per can straight. This offer should :!




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