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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 11, 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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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINELTHE




PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS


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


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VOLUME TWO. r ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 11,1914. NUMBER 52.

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(( CONTRACT I f FOR r PURCHASE[ Of f FIVE[ DENY RiGHT Of CONGRESS R[ CON C fSSION IS S SECURED[ 'j J UDGE f GOFFMAKESMOVETOSECURtNEW f f





MILLION N B BRICK I I iS. CLOSED l f BY CITY m INQUIRE[ INIO NEVI. fOR GROWERS[ fROM


T 1 i HAVN[ AffAIR R. R. OFFICIALS I TRIALFOR CONVICTED GUNMEN


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COPELAND INGLIS SHALE WfSTERN[ SECTION OF RANGE IN I t
NO HEADWAY MADE BY PRIVILEGE OF PRECOOLINGCARS ''I PRESIDENT[ [ DELIGHTED[ [ WITH NIS CITES WHITMAN TO APPEAR -


BRICK SUCCESSFUL COMPANY WAS FLOURISHING STATE I COMMERCE COMMISSIONIN AND FRUIT AT I' NEW N VACATIONING PLACE[ BEFORE HIM ON


ESTABLISHINGBANK A LOW RATE IS NEW ORDER
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Ocoee, Winter Garden Oakland and RELATIONS GIVEN West -
Virginia Resort

; DELIVERY 10 BEGIN[ IN SNORT TIME[ Tildenrille and Are Have Prosperous Good Crops I I! sons and They Will Pleases Return Wil GOVERNOR V[ N DENIES[ [ LAST T APPEAL



t-; PROBABILITY IS THAT CONTRACT A day in the section west of Or- B RING MANDAMUS S PROCEEDINGS C ALIFORNIA RATE I IS A AGREED[[O 1 TO for Another Week


WILL BE COMPLETED lando, through the Ocoee, Winter I I White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., SENDS TELEGRAM TO ATTORNEYS -

t BY OPENING OF NEXT Garden, Oakland and Tildenville section BOOKS AND PAPERS WILL BE LLOYD S. TENNEY RETURNS April 10.-Special.-President( ) Wil- FOR GUNMEN SAYING

is well worth the time of any;i FORCIBLY SEIZED IF NECESSARY FROM CONFERENCE AT NORFOLK son's first day of rest in the heart of THAT NOTHING NEW APPEARS -

WINTER SEASON person who delights vo observe the i iI I'I AND BROUGHT INTO WHERE QUESTION the Blue Ridge mountains was spentin IN APPEAL

progress and prosperity of the people characteristic fashion. He golfedin

t Just one month and three days of this favored part of Florida.All I i COURT FOR INFORMATION IS THRESHED OUT TO the morning and went driving in

after the bond trustees began to advertise of these towns are beautifully HIS SATISFACTIONMr. the afternoon with Mrs. Wilson and New York, April 10.-(Special.)-

the paving bonds for sale, the located and the lands lie well for the I his daughter, Mrs. Sayre. Miss Mar- Justice Goff tonight issued an order

city commissioners closed a contract of town The farms for the district attorney to show
building. Wilson
I
purposes garet indulged in horseback
Washington, April 10.-Further inquiry Lloyd S. Tenney, manager for
for the brick with which the and about cause why a new trial should not be
them
pavingis gardens are in a high into the financial affairs of the the Florida Growers' and Shippers' riding in the afternoon, going far up

to be done. The bonds were sold state of cultivation, and some of the New Haven on the mountain trail. granted to the gunmen who have
railroad has
was begun by League, returned from a trip to
Tuesday and the contract for the been sentenced to die next Monday.
most successful growers in the state the Interstate Commerce Commission Norfolk, where he met officials of The president is so delighted with
brick was closed yesterday.The have fortunes from the Judge Goff's order calls upon Whit-
forged the
young today after several weeks of Investigation the Seaboard and Coast Lines and resort that he has chosen for the
commissioners are in a humorto soil and ingathering man to show cause why a new trialshouldn't
,
Easter
are even now engaged into the company's books. also the Armour Car Line, in a con- holidays that he has planned
feel a few pats on the back. Theyare packing and to be granted upon newly discovered -
marketingtheir
The inquiry is being made in compU.I ference to consider the charges for return next Thursday and spend
well aware of the likelihood that crops. I another week and when he returnsto evidence.
once with a senate resolution direct precooling.This ,
it will yet be some time before any Along with the success in businesshas Washington The order was signed at Goff's
ing the commission to develop all' is a matter of great concernto next Monday morning,

brick are laid, but they have paved grown the beautification of the facts regarding the New Haven'sbanking the growers of Florida, though the Mrs. Wilson and her two daughterswill house shortly before 10 o'clock tonight -

the way for it if they haven't paved homes and the improvement of the probably behind. and was made returnable before -
stay
connections; purchase of its matter of precooling has not as yet
F
any streets, and this is making admirable business sections. I himself at his chambers in the
subsidiary properties, money paid for had much part in their shipping ar
progress. From the entrance to Ocoee, whichis supreme court at noon tomorrow.
them, and the
The contract was made with the made beneath of live oaks emoluments or commis rangements. The process of precool* Papers were served upon the district
a MINERS AND
canopy sions paid for negotiating the various ing is comparatively new, but it i is OPERATORS[ S A ARE f YH
late
Copeland-Inglis Shale Brick which attorney tonight.
company, are now arrayed in their brightnew .

of Birmingham, at a rate of $27.25 dresses of spring green, the roadis Commissioner transactions.McChord announcedthat being within adopted a year's with time such it readiness.that is likely) i UNABLE TO A AGREE[f ON SCALE

per thousand, for five million brick, lined with residences that presentthe Governor Glynn Denies Final Appeal
the principal matter to be considered that all long distance shipments will
delivered in Orlando, making a total attractiveness of home-a word Albany, N. Y., April lO.-SpeciaL( )
at present were the relationsof be precooled, and the concession in
amount of $136,250. which embraces all that is dearest to the Billard I As Result of Disagreement Soft Coal -A memorandum filed by C. G. F.
company to the financial the matter of rate secured by Mr.
If there is change in the Waehle and H. L. in behalfof
any freight the heart of man. Mines Ke"yngle,
operations of the New Haven. Tenney at the beginning is of great i Will Close Throwing
rate, for which the commissioners are Many evidences of progress are I the four gunmen convicted to die
Harvey V. Whipple, president of moment. i Thousands Out
hoping and working, the city will receive noticeable at Winter Garden whichis the for the murder of the gambler Rosenthal -
I Merchants' National bank of New For some weeks past the FloridaGrowers' !
the benefit of that reduction. growing wonderfully with each I I was received by Gov. Glynn,
Haven !
Conn., the first witness. refused and Shippers' League has
There are two possible sources from succeeding season. Brick roads and to Philadelphia, April 10.-(Special.) who spent a good portion of the day
testify as to his businessrelations been conferring with the railroad authorities
which a slight reduction in the ratemay cement sidewalks have been laid -Because the soft coal operators and reading it.Tonight.
with
' be derived. If the long and'short through the business portion of the the Billard company. on a rate for citrus fruitswhich the miners of the central Pennsylvania the governor declined to
; He said he
was.not now a stockholderin have been precooled and the
haul law is enforced by the railroad town, and a movement is on foot to I, the district could not agree on their change his decision, and he sent this
company but had been to cars initially iced to be shipped to
commission, Orlando will receive the build a dock on the banks of Lake last fall. up wage dispute. practically all the minesof telegram to counsel for the doomed
destination with further in
no icing
benefit of a reduction of at least a Apopka, which will serve the '( that regicn will be closed by the men:
purposes !I Judge Stoddard, counsel for thei transit Under the present rates
cent a hundred on brick. There is of commerce and pleasure as a operators after the end of the day's "I received and read your supplemental
New Haven, explained Mr. I
Whippe's'I shipper was prohibited from icing his
no telling when this contention, whichis work tomorrow, and will remain application in the case of your
well.The declination to reply. cars at loading station, if he did
or
now being waged by the railroads roads in this section are already 1 'I "We 'I so closed until the miners' union comesto clients. I find nothing therein that I
challenge' the right and the ice them he was subject to the full
before the railroad commissionS will good, and it is to be doubted if jurisdiction of the commission," said icing charge. terms on a wage scale. Sixtyfourthousand have not previously considered and

be settled. The law was.effective, on the brick will much improve them. ; men will be thrown out of nothing to justify me to change my
r he "to
inquire into I The
any act of the question of precoolin fruitsI
paper, the first of the year, but the Commissioner Dillard, who makes his ; work. This decision was reachedhere decision."
Billard company. Our conclusion is has been carefully worked out in California
railroads petitioned to be relieved of home here, is alertly on the job all that such I today at a conference of opera As soon as the action of Justice
an inquiry would be and
: beyond numerous precooling
its enforcement. The commission the time, and the roads were being tors, members of the Central Pennsylvania Goff was made known, Attorney
the
of the
scope commission's author- warehouses have been built, and
granted hearings, which are now be- dragged yesterday after the rain of I many Bituminous Coal Operators'association. Waehle telephoned to Warden Clancyof
ity. Acting that conclusion of cold fruit
I upon we cars are being shippedout
ing held. When these hearings are the night previous, and by the afternoon j have decided to decline to answer of southern California. The rate Sing Sing prison and asked if the

concluded, the commission will require they again afforded good travel execution would be postponed from
I questions relating to such matters." to cover this class of shipmentshas
some time to digest the matter I MELTING POT FIRE CAUSED Monday until Thursday, in case the
ing.At "Suppose, suggested Chief Counsel been decided only after extended
produced, and to reach a decision. Oakland the same keen appreciation Folk of the ALARM FOR AWHILE proceedings before Goff were not
commission, "that it court proceedings which finally wentto
How long this will be can not be de- of the natural advantages is I completed before Monday. The war-
be
shown that
can the Billard com- the supreme court of the United
termined, but if the commission requires being shown. A parkway has been the New The huge melting pot, which is being den replied that the execution would
owes Haven
pany railroad States, which decided that the pr e-
the railroads to comply with laid out between the line of stores millions of used to mix the tar compositionfor take place as scheduled if he did not
many dollars. Do and initial
cooling icing not
you were a
the,law within the next few months and the railroad, and the citizens think that it would be the roof of the Watkins block] receive orders from Albany to the
desirable to part of transportation, and the shipper
the saving to Orlando will be consid have built a pergola in it, which will i conceal this fact in view of the desire therefore had a right to perform caused an alarm yesterday afternoon, contrary.

erable. The inequality of the rates soon be covered, no doubt, with some of the senate for and for awhile it looked as if there
the informa these operations himself. The fundamental
on brick is apparent from the fact umbrageous growth. Seats have been tion?" would be a serious fire. The flames

that'Tampa pays a cent less per hun- placed about for the comfort of prom- "I think," interrupted Judge Stod- therefore principle been settled affecting by Florida the California had i- beneath the pot lapped upward and PABLO BEACH[ H H HOTEL AND OTHER[

dred on brick from the plant of the enaders and a fountain supplies a caught the composition, which is highly
dard, "that the
senate
resolution has decision. It was only necessary
Copeland-Inglis company than Or touch of refreshment. A beautiful far inflammable. The pot is locatedto BUIlDINGS DESTROYED BY ARt
gone beyond the powers of either to work out the details of the
lando. If the rate is equalized according grove fringes the lake here, and from this commission or of the rear of the Caruthers & Gore

to distance Orlando will set point an unusually fine view of Neither the commission nor congress.congress rate.Two questions had to be consideredby grocery store, and was almost instantly

cure a much lower rate than Tampais the lake may be obtained. has surrounded by a crowd of fire Believed That the Building Was Fired
to
any power investigate the relations the shippers and the railroads.
now getting. The center of interest in the Til- fighters. The timely arrival of Who the
if any, of the Billard company First there must be a charge a By Tramps Spent
Another possibility for a lower rate denville section at present h the ford wagon load of sand for
building
and the New Haven railroad." the use of the car for pre-cooling purposes Night There
is in a looked for change of standardfor truck farm of Mr. L. W. Tilden. Some I Mandamus saved the day. The sand was
Will
Be Brought icing. The shipper may desire to connect
minimum car load. The commissioners thirty men were in the lettuce fields shoveled into the pot and the flames
Washington, April 10.-A series of the bunkers of the car with his Pablo, April 10.-Eleven frame
have cause to think that the yesterday, packing the succulent were in this
extinguished.
questions was put to Whipple intended outfit and blow air way
minimum for brick will be increased. heads for market. precooling cold dwellings and the Pablo hotel. locatedat

It is held that considerable advan- to develop evidence of financial through the car, either for ,the purpose Pablo Beach, were destroyed b>
Such of
and
pleasing scenes
peace I t relations between the Billard com- of cooling the fruit within the SHOULD NOT PROMISE TO DONATE flames which originated in the hotel
will if such obtains
accrue
ruling
tage a
plenty are numerous in this sectionof
pany and the New Haven or the Bil- car, or for cooling the car itself into FEES IF ELECTED shortly after 10 o'clock last night,
because of the heavy characterof
Orange county, and afford the
lard company and the New England which he plans to load fruit previously and were not under control until 1
the Information this
freight. on proof that farming in Florida when
Navigation company. He declined in cooled in warehouses in Tampa, Flay 10. o'clock this
score will be in the hands of the commissioners intelligently pursued is not only profitable or cooling April -Replying morning. The loss has
t within few every instance, to answer. He refused rooms at his packing house. The to a question as to whether a candidate been variously estimated at from
a days. but
brings the surest sort of
to say whether the New Haven charge must also the for office to
Mr. Inglis, of the successful bid- satisfaction.Of cover wear and county may legally $25,000 $30,000.

'. ding stated yesterday that the through its subsidiary, the New England tear on the car in putting the ice promise any part of his fees to any The hotel where the fire started
company quantity and variety of
he I l Navigation company, did not advance within the bunkers, since the railroad I county fund if elected to office, At was not occupied and the exact cause
to
was prepared begin shipping things that may be there i is
grown
to John L Billard a million dollars does not furnish the ice, and therefore torney General T. F. West has writ- is not known. It is believed that
immediately. There would be no no end. An example of the unusual
on his four promissory notes receives from the ten letter to B. L. Blackburn chairman
or no profit trans- tramps probably went into the build
cause for complaint, he said, of delayin may serve to clinch the statement
the whether Billard was indebted to the action. The Interstate Commerce of the Democratic committee of ing to sleep and fired the structure
shipments.The A year or two ago Mr. Ben F. Davis,
commissioners have not decided New England Navigation company Commission decided in the Californiacase Hillsborough county, stating that he through carelessness.The .
editor of the Winter Garden Times
for two million dollars. that of thinks it unwise to do Mr. West
a charge seven dollars so. flames were first discovered
whether the work shall be done by imported a few Guada bean seed from

contract, or if it will be done by the Australia, and planted them. H a To Samuel Heiningway, president and fifty cents could be made by the does not say it would be illegal, but coming from a second story window

city. This matter will be determined found them a delightful ngetable.1 I of the Second National bank .flf New railroads for. the use of a refrigerator I says he has had several inquiries by Henry Wilkinson and Thomas

shortly. I j I Haven, a similar line of questions was car for this service.In along the same lines, and he thinksit Hannon, but before volunteer fire
The beans
.. grow to a length of fifty
put. He also declined to answer. the second case the railroads the safest course not to make any fighters had assembled the entire
six inches, and one bean when
ATTACKING VILLA'S FORCES chopped up and cooked is enough fora I I Chief Counsel Folk announced he were entitled to the freight chargeson such promise. building was blazing. The fire spread

would bring mandamus proceedings I the ice furnished by the shipperfor During the last county campaign easterly and swept before it the
have
Mexico family. They an asparagus probably at New Haven. His decision I initial icing. If the car were fully Sheriff W. C. Spencer made such a houses owned by the estate of the
City
April
10.Special.The ( ) flavor, but are said to be even
United States embassy re delicate and toothsome. Mr. Davis more I I came at the end of the morning of:I iced this would amount to somethingover promise to the people, declaring he late Mrs. E. E. Marshall and her sis-

ceived a telegram this evening froma examination of witnesses who refused four tons at the beginning of would' give all over $3,000 a year ter, Mrs. L. F. Foss.
planted a larger the second .
crop
season
Red Cross surgeon at Saltillo stat and then began to advertise the to answer questions intended to de. the haul, but gradually this wouldbe from the receipts of his office to the The destroyed property lies along

ing that Generals Maas, Demoure and seed for sale.' He sells three fortwentyfive velop evidence of dealings involving reduced as the ice melted. It has good roads fund of the county. Dr. Second street between Griffith and

Velasco have effected and millions of dollars. Upon the adviceof been determined that precooled fruit J. J. Head, who has announced for Griner avenues.
a junction cents. He has received
are now making their attorneys they denied the can be loaded closer in the car than county treasurer at the coming elec-
a fierce
combined attack orders from Alaska, Hawaiia and
on Villa's forces. right of the commission to inquire warm fruit which is to be cooled ;in tion, proposes to run on the'pledge !. BASEBALL RESULTS
Cuba, besides of the
part
every into the financial affairs between the transit by the ice in the bunkers. The that he will turn over to the county
United States. He is in jeopardy of
THE WEATHER making a fortune from this bean company and the railroad. commission ruled for California' that school board all over $2,000 of his South Atlantic League

Florida: Fair Saturday event'he the railroads could waive their claim salary if elected. Hence the inquiryof Albany 8 Columbia 1.
; warmerin alone, in which will spend it
north. Sunday,. fair, except rain in giving Winter Garden a daily One more day before Easter. Curtis for freight on ice, provided the mini Mr. Blackburn. Attorney General Jacksonville 4, Macon 2.

t in northern portions. doubt. pa I & O'Nealare showing some beautiful mum load was increased. This was West says such offers are likely to Savannah 8, Augusta 3.

i d per, no water color cards and booklets. (Continued on page 8) lead to confusion. Charleston 6, Columbus O.x .





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a Making comedy, that is a
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' ',.> full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force Orlando Bank & Trust CoAt
,: Japan, April 9.-The Dow-
of All work is
?: competent repair men. our absolutely
ager Empress Haruko died at the the Close of Business March 27, 1914
imperial villa at Namazu today. guaranteed.
Following the usual custom in the "
RESOURCESLoans
Maxwell 25 $800 in Orlando
case of the death of a member of the I Equipped /
the official and Discounts . . .. . .. .$375,648.96
imperial family announce-I)
a ment of the event will not Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,459.31
until the body has been transferred I Stocks and bonds . . . . .. 26,018.33Real
'" to the capitol. This is expected to THE PALMS AUTO CO Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . 26,437.37 .
take place tomorrow. Her majesty Cash on hand and in banks . . . 428,721.62

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.. pijess; and other members of the royal .MMCeMMimMilMMilHMiMilMtlMlttllllllMIFare LIABILITIES .

family, who had been summoned Capital stock . . . . . . .. .100000.00
= from the capital Surplus and undivided profits . . 32,628.54Due
i The imperial patient had developed Ii $ to Banks . . . . . . 230.00
,. ,r deceptive symptoms. She displayed 3 22r Re-Discounts .. .. .. .. .. . . .. None
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short time after her majesty be- dil ltKklDUFFAU) i '
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-y applied restoratives, but ]

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recovering consciousness. Her maj-

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The Dowager Empress Haruko was Magnificent Steamen"SEFANDBEE""City of Erie"and"Cry of Buffalo- Deposits, March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05
the widow of Emperor Mutsuhito,who
..' Daily-BUFFALO' CLEVELAND-May 1st to Dec.i
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; Arrive Cleveland %:30.\.M. Arrive Buffalo 7JOA.M.Ewlem .
t; on May 28, 1850, and was the daughter -
( Standard Time) M. 1\1.SMITH, PresidentW.
. of a nobleman, Ichijo Tadado. In Conn' ioe.atDevel.odfaP.tn-11+yToledoDetruhudaDpolntaTe.taad5omhtle.t.Railroad
r married the ticket reading between Buffalo and Cleveland are good: for transportation on our.tr n. M. DAVIS, Vice-president GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier
late
1869 she emperor Ask Jour ticket agent for ticketa via C.&B.Line. Write ua for hand+ome illustrated booklet free.
and was declared empress. THE CLEVELAND &: BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland 0. Directors

MUST PAY POLL TAXES BEFORE M. M. Smith, W. 31. Davis, E. H. McXeillH.
1 R. L. Hyer, James A. Knox, L. Beeman,
; MAY 9 TO VOTE L. B. Long, J. W. Jackson, T. II. Evans,
-;. -- 111IIJJt' IIIIIIIIIII'S I D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs. I

To be qualified to participate in Shoe Repairing : : :::::::
ittiitttt11fft/lf1ttttttttttt:
the primary el:tion in June poll tax For Sale : l :: :lltlttttt
L' must be paid before May 9. This
by PARCEL POSTMen's _
fact is not generally understood, NOTICE
many being under the impression that r Dr. Buckinaster WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES ,
of Schedule St.
Modern I Change Clyde
when they register they complied Half Soles, ?5C to 850 | 8roomHouse AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Johns River Steamers
with all laws and are qualified to Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75cChildren's !
OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
I : 2 doors Until further notice the steamersof Osteopathic Physician
cast their ballots. Half Soles,SOc to 750
this line roll leave Sanford at
Toll taxes must be paid the same Heels Hand Turned Soles, $I.oa \ west of Wyom- 11:30 o'clock a. m. I 132 Orange Avenue
as usual and that, too, before May 9. Repaired 250
N. M. TUPPER,
Very few people have qualified to I All work returned in 24 hours. ing Hotel. Bar- J. B. CALDER, Agent Supt. I Next door to People's Bank,
with the tax col Orders without remittance returned I -stairs. Acute and chronic
vote by Settling f up -
4 C. 0. D. We Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914.If
pay gain.A.
lector. Large numbers have regis- return postage. I diseases treatedTelephone
tered, as required by the new primarylaw you want your bicycle fixed ina
but a small percentage of them hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578.W. L H. RAMSDELL

have paid their poll taxes. A. Hanson L. Bentley, : Shop. 125tf. OPTOMETRIST
T. EXTRICAN,
19 East Pine Street Sentinel want advertising shortens, (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking)
Hakes ,
of
SEED! SEED! SEED! ; ORLANDO FLORIDA : 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEillttttBIMiaitltHMIItf I cheapens and simplifies any real estate -I ing, refinishing a specialty floors painting, furniture paper-, etc. FI
Garden and field seed. DeLaney & 1-21-lm ORLANDO, FLORIDA
task. Phone 636.
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ELLA WHEELER WILCOX ON ... SAVANNAH & NORTHWESTERN WILSON FAMILY CIRCLE COMPLETE MMMIIIIMMMHtlMimittMmtMMHIillllMOur

IMMORTALITYThe STRIKE SERIOUS WITH SAYRES


Uneeda Biscuit Savannah, Ga., April 9.-The strikeof Washington, April 9.-The Wilson rlli :
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following interesting corre-
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spondence was passed recently be- Nourishment-fine fla- the Savannah & Northwestern rail- family circle was complete again with
road, formerly the Brinson railway, the arrival here today of Mr. and
tween Col. Pliny Norcross, of Or-
lando, and Ella Wheeler Wilcox, the vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. became serious this morning when :Mrs. Francis B. Sayre, the White .
All the regular passenger train scheduled.House bridal couple, from their homein -
t poet, of Short Beach, Connecticut: I new line for the Spring
for 5 cents, in the to leave St. Clair, is alleged to have I' Williamstown, Mass. They will
been held mob. General [join the :i and Summer season of 1914 is
Heresy moisture-proof package. up by a president and :Mrs. Wilson ___
(By Ella Wheeler Wilcox) Manager R. R. Morgan said he be- I and party on their trip to White Sulphur now complete. Never in the history -

Nothing within me responds to the lieved the obstructionists to be emI Sprngs, W. Va., for Easter. The of our business have we
of Adam and t
Eve
story
And Genesis seems like a tale: not yB.r ployes of the Georgia & Florida rail-,J I party planned to leave Washington been able to show such a line of

meant for the world to believe: way, who are in sympathy with the I|torcght to spend the next three days new and timely goods for Easter
Yet when I wake.in the dawn, if the striking conductors. The passenger: at the springs. The president will '
skies are gray or gold, i selling. Our line of Dress
train from Savannah left at 7:10 I return to Washington on :Monday.
The love, the love in the heart of me, Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery .
for God, can never be told. o'clock in charge of C. E. Clark, the!I The presence here of Mr. and Mrs.
Ready-to-Wear goods and
local agent. The freight train into i I I Sayre revived interest in the wedding -
notions is complete-the shiesare
Jesus to me is a man who lived the
Savannah arrived on time in charge: plans of Miss Eleanor Wilson
life divine I varied enough to suit
: of M. M. Brennan. the roadmaster.The .,and
Secretary McAdoo. The date for
And I think of his birth'as a human the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
birth, just like yours and mine! sheriff of Burke county has been the wedding has not yet been an-
idea of To
t But the love down deep in my heart, appealed to by the railroad officialsto nounced, but in society circles here every purchaser's economy. accommodate the
t that is sweeter than any other.Is I Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
take a hand in the situation at it is expected to occur some time in
the great uplifting, tender love I Biscuit St. Clair. the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent
i give to Christ, my brother.I May. cheaper than the regular prices.

know at times I have erred, as all Round, thin, tender- Sentinel want ads. get results. Read the advertisements daily. We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show

who are mortal will: with a delightful flavor you our line if you will call on us.

By doing the wrong thing well, or -appropriate forlunchj!................... .. .. .. .. .. . .. ...
j ... .. - - - - - - - - -
doing the right thing ill. ..... .\
But nobody else can atone for the eon, tea and dinner. : r
paths my feet have trod: 'IIIII"'I'III'I"'IIII..III"j
And I know, I know by the love in my 10 cents. :.
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heart God. I can make it right with 4 .... y I CW orK Bargain StoreASIIINGTON I


The world has a thousand creeds, and Iila IIIII"llllellt.tll'I'llr'JIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'I'"
never a one have I: .. ORLANDO
Nor church of my own, though a million .

spires are pointing the .. ..ttIIIIIIIIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt+t
way on high. .
But I float on the bosom of faith, that .

t And the bears lamp me of along my like soul a is river alight: ... Water & Light Co.

with love, for life, and the ORLANDO\ O. W J\

world, and the Giver.I GRAHAM CRACKERS :. /

know how brief is my span, and I I
think it is all one needs. A food for every day.

I know how brief is my span, and I Crisp, tasty an d. ElectricityGas DRAWING ROOM
know how certain is death; :
And I send out a prayer of love and strengthening. Fresh SLEEPING CARVIA
trust with the breathing of baked and fresh de :

every breath; livered. :
10 cents.
And heretic though I am, outside of Water Ice
the pale of creeds, tt
I have love in my heart for God and tI
f man: and I think it is all one t

needs. r t 1. Office:---No. 18 West Central Ave. r TLNT1CCOST L T LINE[

Orlando, Fla.,'0ct. 18th. 1913. ..
.Mrs. Ella Wheeler Wilcox. .
My Dear Madam-On the 30th of d ,

May, 1872-more than forty years I. OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
ago-you presented a very appropriate Telephone No. 6IIIOIIOI'IIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIII.t.tOIIII
Memorial Day poem, at Madison, II
Wisconsin. I was the orator of the II

day You came from your country home .I. T J SatuflaysFOR J
near the capitol. I came from Janes-
ville. We rode from the Park hotel Buy biscuit baked by .
to the t
grounds in the same carriage.
You will remember that after the
poem, the music, and the speech, we NATIONAL RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON

joined Vilas in Governor Washburn and Col. BISCUIT I J 'v. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
carrying flowers to decorate
the graves of the Confederate dead. ;COMPANY ft f t ii inn I 'v. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

t This was one of the first, if not the ORLANDO FLA.
first time that such action was takenon Always look for that name EASTER HATS ,
Memorial day. It was favorably i. J George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.j. .

noticed towards by the press, as a wise step j. Kirkland, Dhision Passenger Agent, Tampa. I I"IIII"I'.o.elll"Clle'
complete reconciliation between -
the North and the South. This
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lives.much as I think to a bit of have history in our the eyes with dates. The uninitiated I Special f I llllle'II ,
we
never seen
here in the East put fewer years on Reduction
each other since that day.
At me than you mention in the interval w+t+S ; IGO tt+f+t+.)
of 'Shells.my request It, you gave me a copy which has passed since we last met.

which have the you read on contains'that occasion.the poem I I am ,sending to prove you that my I latest have photograph done- $ On all Pattern Hats from April 4th to | RECITALMISS
in
copy my library here, and something to merit their mistake.
I occasionally read a selection from I llth.USSES JULIA BROWN, REED Reader
it. am glad you like my poem on April ,
Heresy. It has brought me many let.
A few
years later, you were mar ters of praise,'and only two of dis *

ried in ciate the, and with East.since the daughters You that continue event of have Zeus.to asso lived In how approval.any one Meantime can fail,to I grasp can not my see devoutly : HAULM\ & BUM i "George Eliot's Armgart"Knowles

and
such congenial company you can attitude spiritual in that poem.deeply I simply religious cannot Hall, Winter Park, Florida
never grow old. Now and then I seea accept a limited view of God. I
poem of in the Agents for Barclay Corsets \
yours magazines.
The other am a theosophist and therefore I Wednesday April 15 1914
day my wife called my would naturally be most reverential i .
attention of the to "Heresy. on the first in regard to my Creator and limitless McCalTs PatternsMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMIMIMIMM 8il5 pm, ADMISSION 50c
page September issue of Good
in my idea of immortality. It is nota
Housekeeping, 1913. I read and re 11111..I.IIII..lllll llllllllliQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
matter of thinking; it is a matterof
read it with sincere pleasure. Par
knowing with
don me for that I me.
saying would
really
Yes, it is most unreasonable to be-
like to pat you on the back for stating I lieve that death ends all and it is the I Ii MIIIMtMltttttHIMMIH HIMItttm MHMItlMIIMtMlliMMIIiMlilHIIMIIIIMIIIHiHfr4
facts in such a strong, beautifuland i most reasonable of beliefs to think

convincing is very difficult manner.It for. me to understand that No,we shall live not alone again.of all
we are God's
.how any well informed personof creations the only recipients of immortal -
intelligence can believe the rib- life. Minerals, vegetables, animals -
apple-and-serpent THE FREE SEWING\ MACHINE
as to the creation story, or of the the statement world of time, all reach progress the, and human in their state cycles just

in six days as set forth in Genesis. as the human passes on to the arch
Yet it is
just as for
easy me to believe
a. angel and the angel state, after innumerable ,
that chapter, as it is to believe incarnations in the human.
that the great fabric of the Christiai
I buried one of my beautiful cats last
religion rests securely upon Matthew's week. He will live for some time "n! i

statement and resurrection of the fatherhood of Jesus.and miracles the state in which animals realize WE WANT EVERY WOMAN IN THIS CITY AND VICINITY TO BECOME
their heaven, until he is ready to
in Your five sensible verses express again reincarnate. He will not, like THOROUGHLY ACQUAINTED WITH THE FREE SEWING MACHINE, THE
poetic form and diction the sincere
belief of thousands of honest, intelligent i- the realms human still being before, pass reincarnating on into higher, because MOST BEAUTIFUL AND most highly improved sewing machine in the world. j

reverent men and women. he has not prepared a place in --- V'\ For this purpose, we have designated a day to be called FREE day on which date
If they were competent, they would 'i4 i4 four
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still be reluctant to speak out as these scious realms and individual by personal thought self-con-aspira- {,::7'..t store will be turned over to an expert from the FREE Sewing machine factory 41.,, '

plainly as you do on these most important i who invites attend. ,
tions and endeavor, but as he was a every woman to t
matters; but they surely] very affectionate animal, and came ofa +

t agree You with refer you.to creeds and miracles, be long will come line of back highly next bred time ancestors as a very, SATURDAY, APRIL 18h! AT 3 O'CLOCK, THE FREE

and the vicarious .
atonement with '
equal fullness and sincerity. superior haust his animal animal, and incarnation so gradually, and ex- : SEWING MACHINE TO BE GIVEN AWAY

Certainly your poem is a vigorous after periods of time, will become hu ., x$" thine I
blow
at the ignorance and .
superstition of and religious man, and finally angelic. '- In order to make it an incentive for you to come and see the FREE at our "
past present
ce n If
turies. should you pass anywhere near New store will give FREE OF CHARGE to one of who will be
Why sensible, devout, York at any time between the first of we away you
God fearing people want to believe June and the first of February or in the audience in our store on demonstration day, one of these beautiful and most

such things? Is it possible that hate, March, I wish you would make it in modern sewing machines.
ignorance and superstition furnish
a your way to come up here to see us.
better foundation for religion and civilization
We have an earthly paradise of a
than intelligent love of GoJ,I home; we are just in the throes of LOOK FOR YOUR DEMONSTRATION CARDIf
and a sensible belief iij Jesus? I building on some improvements, '
Your faith bears you along like a'' which will make it still more delight- one of these cards have not been delivered at your home call at the sewing machine department, 2nd floor of
river. You realize the certainty of
death-the weakness and folly of ful.My husband and I have been traveling the store and get one. They cost nothing and are valuable to you. You may be the one to receive this handsome The

creeds. True, too true, but to me the for the past ten winters. having FREE Sewing Machine.
future seems uncertain. Is it reasonable compassed the world almost twice.

again to believe that we shall li\c This winter we are going to stay at COME TO THIS SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION AT THE BIG STORE, ON APRIL 18th
-!hat death does not end all? home, though we may take a little '

Are we alone, of all Gid's creations.the i run over in the early spring. This will be an unusually interesting event, to every woman, as you will see in The FREE a sewing machine that 1
only recipients of immortal life?
Very cordially ,
"When"we've been there ten thousand ELLA WHEELER yours WILCOX.If runs lighter, sews faster, makes a better stitch, saves time and material], saves labor and is superior to any sewing ma }

years Indeed, and it so is on.a most delightful chine. Come and see why this is so, and, in addition, you may be the one to receive The FREE sewing Machine which ;.

thought that this short life will be you hang a really desirable houseor will be given away.
extended in a better land. If that be apartment to refit, your Sentinel .
so, you and I may meet again. want ad. will constitute good news to THE FREE SEWING MACHINE COMPANYC.

PUNY NORCROSS; some anxious people in this city.
HUGH DAVIDS, MGR.well..Duckworth .
The Bungalow, Granite Bay,
Short Beach Connecticut, Buy year garden seed from DeLaney -
October 27th, 1913. & Abernethy Just received a_
% My dear Mr. Norcross: big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf Yn Department Store

Good gracious me, how you do take
one back! It takes the old friends of Rubber Stamps made to order al

our youth to hit us straight between Warman's Repair Shop. 12.5-tf. .. ., tMIIMillllllllillllllllllllilUUUlUllUittltUilMillliliiUitU iiuiiijfeL :


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F P AGE F 0 U R THE MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLORIDA SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1 ?1.
?*. :J
,- GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES AT ST.LUKE'S .' that we have completed His 'HMMIMtttimiH . MIHMMMiMMIMMMMMMH M M M OtMIMMI
THE DAILY I therein purpose . .. . . . . . PJ.II.I.I "III.. I
have done the task He has
South Florida SentinelMORNING I assigned.The .

AND WEEKLY The Good Friday services yesterday j I final Word: "Father, into Thy

JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. were all well attended, and were help-j Hands I commend my spirit," shows GREATSALEUF

ful and instructive. I I absolute peace such as could come
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida The addresses of Bishop Mann upon only with perfect charity. Peace the
aa Second Claw Hail Matter. the "Seven Words from the Cross"were great object of human life, the great

TO ADVERTISERS: received with closest interest : blessing Christ brought. Are we rs
-- ---
throughout the three hours commem- I striving for :peace in our daily life?
for diipUy and all other band-Mt
advertising Cop must be banded in at the business oration of the Crucifixion. From
office! .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. these seven addresses, all given with- I ELKS INSTALL OFFICERS AND

to the chancel day before for publication.contract advertising Thus rule;applies it k out notes. and each bearing its earn- ENJOY EXCELLENT SPREADThe Millin nQ R Q Qt W 't
adhered to.
invariable and win be strictly est message of practical helpfulnessto r r

z S Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon all who heard it, a few brief glean- installation of the newly elect-
tinued should notify the office in writing on ings are given. ed officers of Orlando Lodge, No.
y the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates The bishop first spoke of the abso- 1079, B. P. 0. E., was held at the
until notice to stop is received.SUBSCRIPTION lute certainty of the Crucifixion as an Elks' Home last night and was at-

i< RATES undeniable fact, which men who tended by about one hundred mem- One Day Only Easter SaturdayAn

Daily, 1 Year ..........................$5.00 would refute other articles of the bers. After the installation an elegant ,
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 Christian faith could not disprove. supper was served by the San opportune sale like this, coming as it does BEFORE EASTER, should, and no
.......................
k Daily 1 Month 50 From Christ's first word from that Juan chef, Chas. Jordan. doubt will attract every moneysaving individual in the County. You should be one of

I Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 Cross of shame and agony, His prayer The following are the new officers: the wise ones and take opportunity by the forelock and shop EARLY on Saturday. \
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... .75 for those who had placed Him E. S. Keyes, exalted ruler. Not only should the price reductions influence you, but you will have FIRST CHOICE '

SATURDAY. APRIL 11, 1914. there, the bishop drew the lesson of Geo. C. Keller, leading knight. of some of the daintiest Ready-to-Wear- that have been created this season. You .

------------ .- --- ---- charity. Christ's first thought amid L P. Hutton, loyal knight. have then FIRST CHOICE of the charmingly dainty Spring and Summer Costumes that
i What did the investigation into the all His intense suffering, was for oth-I Walter Drennen, lecturing knight.H. have been so successfully produced by the. foremost manufactures of New York. If you

: death of the British subject Bentonin ers-for those causing that unspeakable C. Longwell, secretary. are wise and study the spending elasticity of your hard-earned dollars you cannot fail

Mexico amount to? Simply that anguish. Not alone forgiving John Empie, tyler. to be financially interested-so we shall expect you.

one of Villa's officers is to be made them Himself, but praying for them J. L Feinberg, trustee.H. .

the goat. that they be saved from eternal pun- Montgomery Smith, treasurer.Jos. MILLINERY SPECIALSEvery

o ,ishment. Will our own departurefrom W. Guernsey, organist.Mr. .
s Not long ago the Tampa Tribune earthly life be marked by char- Carl Jansen was the installing hat in the store will be positively reduced and not ONE will be priced over

raised a commotion because an article ity? We have much to bear from officer. There is a great interest in $10.00, except the Knox. To facilitate purchasing we have assorted our hats into

by one of its contributors had been others; they have much to bear from the order and new members are being 4 classes and priced them

$ credited to that paper as an expression \is. Discords and enmities so oft added

U from the editor. So we have the caused through misunderstandingswe AT $3.98

: Tribune by the left hind leg for cred- so ready to take offense from unintentional An ounce of pluck is better than a
'; iting an expression of a Sentinel con- slights, from those who it
pound of luck-when comes to removing -
tributor to the Sentinel. The editorof "know not what they do." Christ feathers from Dainty Smart Shapes, trimmed flowers and ribbons, many of the garnituresused
geese. being alone worth $5.00. Values to $8.00.
the Sentinel delights in Harry bore all possible injustice, yet ever up
Floyd's contributions to the Tribune showing perfect kindness.Of FOR SHERIFFI SATURDAY SALE . . . . . . . . . . .$3.98

ft and .thinks the Tribune made a ten the second "Word," Christ's reply -
'J strike in securing him as a contrib- to the penitent thief whose heart office announce of Sheriff myself of Orange as a candidate County, Florida for the, AT $5.00The
utor. Harry once told the Sentinei was touched by the Saviour's exam- subject to the Democratic primary. I am *
native of Orange county. In asking the votes
> i man that he would never write for a ple, and whose great act of faith won of my fellow citizens. I pledge myself to dis design is more original and individuality is much studied. Trimmed with

; highbrow paper like the Times-Union. so swift response, the bishop urged ,II or charge favor the to any duties man of for the the office upholding without of fear the the latest Colorings of fancy Ribbons, Flowers, Fruit, etc.

p The fact that Harry writes for the that our lives both now and in our laws and the preservation of peace and good Values up to 1000. SATURDAY SALE . . . . . .$5.00
I
order in the county.
Tribune is proof that he doesn't con- time of passing, be such that we do WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.
I
sider that paper highbrow ,and there- or be or say something to lead othersto .
? fore not above nor below his intel better living.In .NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn AT$7.50

lectual standard.The the third "Word," Christ's pro- Court of the County Judge Orange County,
o vision'for His mother. He shows our State of Florida.In The very latest ideas featuring the ultrafashionable close-roll brims., shaped .
Estate of R. G. Stringer.To
re with Crown. Trimmed Taffetta Flowers and Foliage
city commission merits commendation duty to man; the sacredness of familyties. all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees ard pointed
1 the and busi- all Persons having Claims or Demands Values up to $12.50. SATURDAY SALE . . . . S7.50
upon prompt of home life. Against said Estate:
ness-like manner in which it has act The fourth_"Word" depicts Christ's You. and each of you are hereby notified
and required to present any claims and demands -
ed in the matter of closing the pre- greatest agony, His battle under the which you or either of you may have AT $10.00Hardly
the estate of R. G. Stringer, deceased,
against
liminaries for the extension of the temporary feeling of being denied the late of Orange county Florida to the under
street paving. The bonds have been Father's Presence-and should remind signed executrix of said estate within one a finer hat could be producedexclusiveness being splendidly exemplified
year from the date hereof.
sold' and the brick purchased, and now us of our absolute need of dependence Dated April 7th, A. D. 1914. "Dainty," "Chic," Parisian" is the best way we can express the beauty of these

the time will be awaited with eagerIness upon Him if we would live I-ll-gw MRS. CARRIE L. STRINGER. Creations. Values up t($22.50.. SATURDAY SALE . . . . . .$10.00
when the actual work will begin.'aright. NOTICEOf

i This will be necessarily delayed fora "I thirst" implied more the entire
for Tax Deed Under Section 8 READYTOWEARSWE
Application
time. until the sewer work has been lack of any tiny proof of thought or of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida
finished and the connections made on!I kindness from all the singing crowd Notice is hereby given that A. A. Clark,
r of Apopka, purchaser of tax certificate No. HAVE AN ASSURED REPUTATION FOR THE NEWEST STYLES,
those streets which will be given first of humanity, than of the actual thirst 253 dated the 1st day of June, A. D. 1896 COLORINGS AND EFFECTS FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. WE WILL STILL .
j; attention. But by pushing the work I'which was ever a chief part of the has made filed application said certificate for tax in deed my to office issue and in has accordance .I, FURTHER ADD TO THAT REPUTATION, WHEN ON SATURDAY WE WILL

it can be finished by the opening of agony in this form of death. following with described law. Said property certificate situated embracesthe in I' PUT ON SALE WITHOUT EXCEPTION, ALL OF OUR DAINTY COSTUMESAND

e the next winter season. The Sentinel "It is finished" meant not merelythe Orange county Florida, to-wit: Northeast I' DRESSES, PRICED FROM $22.50 TO 3000.
believes the people may trust the end of His life on earth, but that quarter of southeast quarter of northwest,
quarter of Section 9, Township 21 south I
commissioners to do all in their power He had completed the work assigned Range 28 east. The said land being assessedat ;At $x.9.98
the date of the issuance of such certificate I
to fulfill their expectations in this by the Father. God has some special in the name of S. A. Dunaway.
respect. Nobody knows better than work here for each one of us. No Unless said certificate shall be redeemed I
I according to law, tax deed will L'Isue.thereon I 100 Dainty Dresses made of the famously fashionable Rice Cloths, Crepes and
they the detriment to the town from other can do that for us; are we seeking on the 12th day of May A. D. 1914. I
having such streets as Orlando has by earnest prayer, to know what Witness my official,signature and seal this!' Voiles. All the new color combination effects. Priced Ql
the llth day of April A. D. 1914. 50 to ,50
had to put up with during the past He wants us to do, and can we say of (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON SATURDAY SALE . . . . . . . .
Clerk Circuit Court Orange County, Fla.
season. !any definite labor undertaken for Him 4-ll-6t-w -


Ribbons at 23c. PARASOLSIn
a yard
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order to those of customers
give our -
: EGG DYES 1000 yards Taffetta and Satin Ribbons who were unable to take advantageof

inducement last Wednesday
special
our -
Wide widths in both plain and fan
an opportunity then is offered.
--ATMcELROY'S cies. All colors. Regular 25c and 40c. EVERY PARASOL we have in stock

will be subject on Saturday to a
SATURDAY SALE . . 23c spe
cial discount of 15 per cent.
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NO DOUBT THAT OPPORTUNITY IS A FINE THING AND WHEN TAKEN

II ADVANTAGE OF LIKE ALL BUSINESS MEN SHOULD DO, THE HIGH COST II
OF LIVING SHOULD HAVE NO TERRORS. WE EMPHASIZE AN EXTRAOR-
DINARY PRICE OPPORTUNITY.

4 .
3 Men's Suits For $10.00 Ladies' ShoesWhite 1


.4." Two-Piece Nu Buck Pump

Are You Invitedto 25 swell suits made of fine imported
Already prophesized to be .firm
a
worsteds and serges-all sizesincluded -

a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where in the assortment being some fine favorite for the coming season. Our

t a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure productions Worth $18.00 of, Hart$20.00 Schaffner and $22.50& Marx.ON SPECIAL $tOo SHOE goes on Sale Sat-

you will be interested in our display of the newest and SATURDAY . . . .$10.00 urday at . . . . . .$2.98

# most artistic designs inCUT


GLASS New Shirt Waists '


R There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets 200 of the daintiests patterns that have been produced this season-They arrived -
late-They have to out SHARP.
here that peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. go
seem Bought to sell at $1.00 to $1.50. They will move rapidly on Saturday at 09c
S We are sure you can never find anything that would
SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALSSILK
be more acceptable. I:

LISLE HOSE PURE SILK HOSE
('- 200 pairs fine silk lisle hose-the same Wear Guaranteed-the famous Phoenixas

you pay regularly 50c. for Saturday and Gordon makes in Black and colors-

night, 34c. pair or 3 pairs for . .$1.00 Regular $1.00 Value Saturday night 89c
Black and White only. Regular $1.50 Value Saturday night $1.39 4 T

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16-BUTTON SK GLOVES.The .

gloves with a guarantee-double tipped fingers-in Black and white only. .

$1.00 Values. Saturday night . . . . . . . . . . .$ .79 *

! ftEvans $1.25 Values, Saturday Night . . . . . . . . . . 1.05
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the Jeweler $1.50 Value, Saturday night . . . . . . . . . . .$1.39



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S. RDAY, APRIL 11, 1914. THE MORNING SENTINEL, ORLANDO, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE


... ... .. .. . . . . . .. .1..1[dOt ODOI ODOtI ODOtI ODc Ga MRS. NUTTER TO SING AT ST. --
(==tAllen's" '
LUKE'SMrs. IF
FAVORITE
THEATRE j
.
I
W. ''L. Nutter will give two

o ROBINSON STARKEY, Managers g solos at St. Luke's Cathedral on Eas-

You U Must i Eat t CallY J I -. M.I I ter day, the one in the morning being"

Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. I by Augusto Rotoli, "Easter Blessing;
Admission and at the 4:30 p. m. service she will
I 5 cents jjGDHDGE jj
sing "Risen Indeed," by Eduardo
i -EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker.That's DOtI > >GH>a DdHDQ Marzo. Mrs. Nutter's selections are

the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes Colored TODAY'S Slides. PROGRAM Reproductions of always greatly enjoyed and appre- "Get 11 It t
famous paintings of the Life of ciated by her many friends here, her
} that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an.en Christ. Benefit of Junion Epworth talent and ability well known.

-eague. Price 5 cents. 1 o'clock to
gine. 10 o'clock. I
Illustrated Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Graham left Alligator Bags
No purer candies than fiutt's-made Chocolates, Car- songs.DELIGHTFUL yesterday for their home in Greenville -

= S. C., after having spent the II I
amels, Taffies, etc. DANCING PARTYAT You may have those that are left
winter at their beautiful home on

FRESH EVERY DAY. RUSSELL'S POINTA Lucerne Circle. at cost. .We do not want to carry
party of young people went to

Russell's Point yesterday eveningand them through the summer.
: TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
after feasting on a picnic supper

enjoyed dancing in the pavilion until SOUVENIR SPOONS
VANTED-A good roll top desk.
a late hour. Westover's orchestra Must be for cash. Address
BUTT'SKNDY KITCHEN[ a bargain -
: furnished the music. Those in the "H. care Sentinel. 4-11-3t Take one home with you. We still
party were: Misses Ella and Dorothy .
Slemons, Mildred Barger. Helen W'ANTED Mercantile business or D hare a good assortment left. D

The home of pure home-made Candies, Drew, Lorna Walker, Elbeth Mul- city property in exchange foi 15 :
acre grove with good buildings. Will I
holland, Mina Harris, Mary Walker; exchange land for automobile. Give ABALONE PEARL JEWELRY.

Orange AvenueiiilllliilllllllilllMMIMIMMIMMIfllliliHI Messrs. Bert Walker, Geo. Dolive, particulars and price. Box 354,, Lakeland -

Sidney Newell, Payton Musselwhite, Fla. 4-lMt Mounted in Sterling Silver-just the .

labley Barger, Robt. Lewter, Wil-
lam Walton, Richard Yowell, N. B. \VANTED-Unfurnished house, 7 or thing for those few presents, good .
more rooms, close in. Phone 634.
Broward, Julian Harris, John T. 4-10-7t.
but not expensive.
Branham. and Josiah Ferris, Jr. Mrs.
Mr. L L. Smith, of Philadelphia, is
Walker chaperoned the party. VANTED-Position as chauffeur.
in Orlando today, stopping at the San Will give references. Address 522
WADE W. Church street. 4-ll-3t Allen & Co. ;
THE TUNER Juan.Mrs. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR TO ATTEND .
,
Jos. 0. Neill has returned EASTER SERVICES
ORLANDO, FLA. WANTED-Position as cook and
from a trip down to Fort Myers and Olivette Commandery No.4, Knights laundress, or general housework. JEWELERS
other points on the West Coast She Templar, will attend Easter servicesat Address 522 W. Church street. ,

was gone about a week and reports a the Presbyterian church this year. 4-11-3t Prompt Repairing.

Easter bargains galore at Dickson-. splendid trip. The church has arranged for a special:
Ives Co. It WANTED-Position( as cook or to do Everything Guaranteed.
Dr. A. J. Taylor left for service at 4 o'clock at which
Ruchings in all widths, styles and I yesterday" a special general housework. Address "Eng-
colors, at Boardman's. It his old home in Caribou Me., to look musical program will be given by a iish." care Sentinel 4-10-3t \
after business affairs. Mrs. Taylor chorus choir. The Sir Knights will j
Mr. Will Branch returned last .11
night will probably remain here until the assemble at the asylum at 3:30 p. m. The person seen to pick up purse

from Daytona Beach. doctor returns in the fall. and be escorted to the church by th from counter in Dickson & Ives come 1.

Mrs. C. H. Rodgers, of Ocala, is vis Miss Patsie Slemons left yesterdayfor Orlando band at 3:45 p. m.' pany's store please return to same
iting Mrs. J. L. Lucius for a few store and save further trouble and
Washington, D. C, where she has
days.Mr. I the honor of being a page at the ORLANDO CHAPTER D. A. R. reward. 4-11-lt ==o== CD j

p R. L. Bunch is spending a few national D. A. R. convention, which Orlando Chapter D. A. R. will meet. _

days in Jacksonville looking after, convenes April 20 and lasts for one at the home of Mrs. J. M. Thayer, FOR SALE-One S. A. Wood's planer ,
I and matcher, 6x24 one ''Hall & ; MMMMtilMmiHIMIMIMMMMiMIMMIillilltqLiquid
'r business.Mr ;
week. Lake Cherokee, this afternoon at 3 .
Brown double surface planer, No. 45,
R. P. Walter, of DeLand, is I Mr. and Mrs. M. I. O'Brien left o'clock. All visiting Daughters are 6x30. Address Overstreet Crate Co., Veneer

in Orlando today a guest of the San [last night for their home in "Pitts cordially invited to be present at four Orlando, Fla. 4-ll-6t i

Juan hotel burg, Pa. They have been spending o'clock to hear the program.

Capt. A. Roe, of Arcadia, is among I the winter at the Florida Sanitarium FOR terms SALE, 8 acres OR of RENT fine land-On in easy city Jakes old woodwork, frames and furniture i

the business transactors spending today I and' speak very highly of this insti- NOTICE limits; 5 room house, small barn, look like new 25 and 50 cents.Austin's .
in Orlando.Mr. tution. Camp Fire girls will please meet Grove, 200 bearing trees; a good 12
II this: afternoon at the corner of Central room house, modern improvements, :
and Mrs. W. L. Story, of Ash- I Mr. and Mrs. Robt Dickson, who on West Central avenue. Also a new i
avenue and Lake street, at 2:30
burn, Ga. are among the late arrivals i have been spending the winter here, o'clock 7 room house, nicely finished, modern Dog Bread
for ,
ceremonial meeting.
'at the San Juan. I have left for their home in New improvements. Inquire No. 6 Terry i
street 4-9-1w jJ
city.
i
:Miss Emma R. Briggs leaves to- York city. Mrs. Dickson's health was A line of Will in condition
I new handsome "Easter'dresses keep your dogs a healthy 1
night for Washington, after her sec- greatly benefited while here and they just received at Boardman's, FOR SALE OR TRADE 1j
:expected to return again next winter. Two and
ond winter at the Laveview. and low high grade young Jerseys
they are priced for tomorrow
f Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Willis arrived in I Mr. and Mrs. ,T. P. Warlow have (Saturday).very Ask to see and one perfectly native much gentle.cow; free milkers Educator Toilet Soap 1

Orlando yesterday from Cordele, Ga., issued invitations to a reception to them. It One eight year old horse, works

and are stopping at the San Juan. be given Friday afternoon of next single or double; also have a good Makes the skin smooth and white. .1
week at their home five year old horse that works extra
"Graycroft, !
Friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl
Miss Margaret Shine arrived last B. under the saddle afraid of
not
good
from 3 to 6. The affair will be in the
night from Jacksonville to spend a Robinson are rejoicing with them train or auto.
week with relatives and friends. nature of a farewell reception to Mrs over the arrival of a wee daughter.AT One light, two-horse wagon, har- j
William Crane Gray, who with Bishop
Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place ness.One light top buggy and harness,
Gray leaves the following week for
will be doubly attractive today. Big THE FAVORITE TODAY good; as new. THE SANITARY GROCERY
price reductions the cause. Be at- their home in Nashville. There will be an illustrated enter Will sell at a bargain for cash or
tracted. It Extremes meet when the highest tainment lecture today at the Favor first class security. Will trade for
Miss Alice Slemons, of Jonesboro, class of millinery and ready-to-wears ite theater from 1 to 10 p. m., for the anything of equal value. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Tenn. has returned home, after visiting get the reduction prices at Orlando's benefit of the Junior Epworth Leagueof W. H. GRAESER,
her brother, Mr. W. M. Slem- Favorite Shopping Place today. It the Methodist church. The pro 4-10-1w Formosa Postoffice. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
The Junior Auxiliary children of gram will consist of the story of the

ons.Mr. the Episcopal church are planning an Child of Bethlehem, illustrated para If you want a pair of Easter shoes,
Oliver Hays, who'is recuperat bles, the Transfiguration, and
{! enjoyable lawn fete, '.o ta held next many remember that you can get shoes of CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
from other beautiful of
ing recent has reproductions
>, a operation, gone j
i
all kinds, at the right prices, atBoardman's
I I Wednesday afternoon, from 3 to 6
to Tampa to spend a few days before| paintings by such famous artists as ..IIII '
I I I o'clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman, Dore and others. The priceof "Store of Satisfaction.
returning to New Cork --- - ._ .
city. -- --- ---- -
Haden. Their guests will aid these admission will be 5 cents to all.I It will save you money to see them ;;...---- : -=-------
Mr. L. M. Boykin, former well Don's miss it. The
a I I young workers in their effort to raise illustrated songsalone before buying elsewhere. -
known citizen of Orlando, but now a are worth the price of admission. -
I funds for missionary work, and wills .
leading contractor in Jacksonville, i I I Why about cooking duringthe
enjoy the pleasant gathering in Mrs.Haden's worry J
in the city today on business. I hot weather? Try the twenty-
beautiful yard. send orders for
1 Telephone or your five cent meals at the Arcade Res
Misses Ella Mae Wallace and all kinds of fresh meat,to the Parlor taurant. 4-10-6t

Blanche Barnes returned last night I Eat what you want Market, Pine street. Phone 80. It
from Tampa, where they have been I Eat all you want. CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING

spending several days with relatives : Take a postscript and forget it. Dainty collars, ties, bows and all A call meeting of the Civic League rJr1r6I L .

and friends.. I II I For sale by all druggists.17d&w.lyr"Never kinds of neckwear for the ladies, at will be held on Wednesday afternoon, j

I Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction." April 15th, at 3:30 o'clock at the

Never mind if you did neglect to'' put off for tomorrow wha Sorosis library, for the purpose of

have an "Easter" hat made at the you can do today." This is specially! Eat what you want. electing a new secretary. Mrs. J. W.

milliner's. You can get one ready to applicable to the splendid opportunitof Eat all you want. Simmons, who was elected to this tll J Ill )
wear at Boardman's "Store of Satis securing your Easter wants at such Take a postscript and forget it office at the annual meeting, is un
big reductions at Dickson-Ives Co.'s For sale by all durggists. j
able
to
faction. serve.
store today. :1t l-7-d&w-lyr
NUI l9UID Aqt IHIV/
Opening of Piano Studio April 15th.
miULtMMUIIUIlHItMttlttillltilttMillllllilllMMMItMMMMMMMIIM l For particulars address Mac Tall-
man Care Grand Theater, or Phone 5
No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m.

At The Lucerne 4-3-im. *
Today"ZUZU
1/
A nice line of colored parasols at \\
........
Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction.

Also children's parasols. It !}

Get the Sentinel want ad. habit. LWHIT'EJ:



the Band Leader" two reel Keystone comedy that ... Good Wood- --- -. $1.50 J4EN PAINT COLOR CO. .j


will make laugh until sides ache and then ChlCAGO NASHVILLE
you your some. Better Wood $2 ?nd $2.25 !

11 Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75

"Robust Romeo, another Keystone comedy. This won't last long, A. L. BECK LUMBER CO.


IVs. "Repaid," a fine two reel Broncho. Stock up while you can. Kiln Dried Lumber and Building Material



A line bill that cannot t help but please yon. Orlando Wood Yard Phone 451 Orlando, Fla.

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104 W. Pine St. --

B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor OSTEOPATHY BARGAINS IN SECOND HANDCARS
FOR QUICK SALE
One 1912 Flanders Roadster ...$275
Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents DR. J. C .Hf..WELL One 1912 Flander's Tearing car 275

Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointment Oe 1913 Krit Roadster ....... ..350
LUTHER THE FLORISTCut One 1913 Krit Touring car .... 375
No
Balcony: 5 Cents extra charge for house treatment One 1912 Haynes ......... .. ..700 .\-
Flowers Telephone connections One 1913 Oakland Roadster .... 500 1
Office cor. Orange and Central Ares. One 1913 Cadillac, 4-passenger .1400
Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. ROSES, VIOLETS, One Cadillac Truck ... .... .. ... 750 1.,
All cars in splendid condition. i
CARNATIONS, PANSIES, Buy your garden seed from DeLa- Agent for Lozier cars. 11
: II J 111111111111111111111111111.11." .,..... I.t.1M H" Iff 4 ney & Abernethy. Just received a' KLOEPPEL MOTOR CAR CO. R
TtMHIIIIHMMMM POTTED PLANTS big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf I Jacksonville, Fla, Phone 4787 ':
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"GyP THE[ BlO D" IS BEUVEO[ [ [ PEOPLE'S WANTS money We insure on real your estate life and at 6 loan per cent you I

l\IAY-BEES-AN ESSAY interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

mi TO CONfESS"Dago By Claude L'Engle MUNNIMAKEKS Curry, Building, Tampa,325d&wtfFOR Fla. Louisville Nashville R. R.


Dont't Get Stung- Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale Fer RENT OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
Rent etc, for this column 25c for one day
Frank" May Be Able to Prove May bees are good little in 60c for three days, or f LOO for one week, for WANTED-Ladies to bring their CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
words less. Money must
25 accompanythe
Alibi for Night of Rosen. sects, advertisements or fer this column u no combings to us. Don't destroy INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,

thai Murder But they don't fly in June insertions will be made on credit them. We will make what you want. GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO. t
stock and examineour
Come and see our
In the June primary-
FOR SALE work. We invite inspection. If
Don't waste time on May it. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED I MONTGOMERY ROUTE
the hair Our
havn't we supply
New York, April 9.-There were An elegant modern home; four bed- you Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm ;
"We make Lv. Jacksonville ..........., 8:05
bees. stock is genuine. everything pm
rooms two bath rooms; gas and elec- Ar. Knoxville ............12:00 n'n
today to the effect ; | Ar. Montgomery.......... 8:50
persistent rumors cash for am
We
to order. pay Ar. Lexington ..............
Some other man may be all tricity throughout; fruit trees and 6:49 pm i Ar. Birmingham ............12:10 n'n
that at least one of the four gunmen right for in Congress flowers. 509 East Central avenue. combings.We Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:60 pm I Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 pm
you ; Ar. Cleveland ..............
beg to announce that we have 7:15 am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35
_ who are to die at Sing Sing on Monday 215tf. j am
Ar. Detroit ................. am'Ar. .j
Some other man may be in secured the exclusive agency for the 7:45 I Ar. St Louis .............. 7:40 am
s morning for the part they played line with progressive De well-known and popular Clow's Knit Ar.Grand Louisville Rapids..................... 2:15 9:00 pm pm : Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38 am

s, in, the murder of Herman Rosenthal, FOR SALE Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam- Ar. Indianapolis! ............ 7:09 am I DIXIE FLYER
the gambler, would confess. The rumors mocracy. Nursery stock, one, two, three and ples will be submitted for your inspection Ar. Chicago ............... 7io am !

be traced their Some other man may be four year old buds; Foster Early, at your leisure. The goodswe DIXIE LIMITED I Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
could not to able to think for the people Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- handle are the kind that satisfy. The fastest train to the West. ; Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
Lv. .... .
Jacksonville ....
9:35 am I Ar. Chattanooga ..........12:00 n'n
sources. after election, ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle* NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Garland Ar. St Louis .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43
. Joseph A. Shay, counsel for Charles But may be some other manwon't. Apopka, ,Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf St. 3-23-1 mo Ar. Chicago ................ g:50 pm I Ar. Chicago eo.....eo...eo.. 6:50 pm am

Becker, the former police lieutenant,
:i FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house, Electric Lighted Trains with .
of the murder Through LioN.
convicted instigating Sleep(r Diner N Bttttr
And may be you'll get For rent, three room suite for light garden and farm land, on Conway II Dining Car Smite in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast N. Dust or
but saved by higher court ruling said stung fooling with him. housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm. clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. DirtSOUTH t

he might go to the prison some time You know that Claude L. Coryell, 201 Concord Ave. west, 320lmd&wFOR I coaches and ATLANTIC sleepers LIMITED to Cincinnati is solid through through sleepers train, to with Louisville dining Cleve-ears

.' today and endeavor to get statements Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf in land and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Direct e
be
is NOT
L'Engle a may ; connections to Toledo.
RENT-Two office spaces Detroit. PitUburg. Buffalo.
from the four men to be used by the DIXIE
You know that he..will LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand our store at No. 9 W. Church street. with coaches,
'
defense at the second trial of Becker.In dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation sleeper -
think and act for you, unimproved land. See S. S. Come in and we will show you. Pierce through to St Louis on Dixie Limited, over 5 hours fastest and only one
case the condemned men decline to Because he is now in Con- Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm Electric Co. 329tfMiiimmmiMMMimiimiinminmMHiiii night out
make statements to him he has pre- MONTGOMERY ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily, and connecting
I sleepers
this to Chicago.
gress doing very thing.
pared an application to the supreme I--
I When you can get a sure II '>j For reservations information
court for an order requiring the appointment I A ask the Ticket Agent or address H.
thing, C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway,
of a commission to take 134 West Street
Don't risk the best chance Bay Jacksonville
their depositions. In either event it 2-26-eod-2m
of the that ever happened. One Left to Sell '
was said the execution sen- Claude L'Engle has been Bungalow

tence would not be delayed. I .
time-tried and firetested -
Although Governor Glynn has twice I. II 'Ollllllli.t
1IIIIIIIIIIIIDQIIIIIIIIIDlleIIIIII
t in the fights for thepeople's +III
t refused to grant a reprieve, the fami- rights.He M. J. DAETWYLER '

lies of the and their counsel
gunmen .
is the one sure thing '
Charles G. F. Wahle, had not givenup ..THE...
for you in this race for .
all hope today. Every means Congress in the Fourth .

known to the law will be employed District.He Phone 563IMMMMHHilllliHMMMIMIMimMltllllHtU : Altamonte

from now until Monday, Wahle de- ,.
is there for one term, .

';,, clared. Keep him there for another .
,
Today he will send a memorandum
Vote for Claude L'Engle
" .' to Governor Glynn on the latter's re- II II
, first. II III

; fusal to grant a reprieve. The memorandum Take a chance second FOR SALE-Good upright piano; FOR RENT-By the year. a modern

' ;.. will take the form of an ar- has bean used only three months; 10-room house, with bath, completely I Altamonte Springs FlaA I

,s gument in answer to the governor's will sell at a bargain. Call on Judge furnished, in the best part of town.
} -- __ I to Jas. Thomson 17 S. Orange
reasons for his refusal. Wahle had LaBar, at 5 W. Livingston avenue. Apply ,
SWEET POTATO PLANTSI 4-7-lw avenue. 4-7-3t beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)
at first intended to to Albany to-
go
Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or. '

..... -, day to make a personal plea to Gov- will pay $1.00 per thousand for FOR .SALE-Ten acres of land; one FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the chestra, etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful
ernor Glynn but when the delegationof Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet acre in bearing orange grove; six week or month; cheap. Phone 571, location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40 t
potato cleared of land suitablefor or call at 23 E. Pine street. 312lmMISCELLANEOUS in Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing Shoot- '
Jewish rabbis failed yesterday to plants, from now until June 15th. acres ; part acres parks. ,
move the to reconsideringhis I P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla. gardening and trucking; located ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve-
decision Wahle' determined that road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
: the interests of his clients would best care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf First class Brazing a specialty at

> be served by forwarding the memo- Phone" 646 for Hudson and Chal- Warman's 12-5-tf. Repair Shop on Court St. GEORGE E. BATES & SON PROPRIETORS
randum mers livery service. Auto repairing FOR SALE ,
by special messenger.Rumors a specialty. Roy H. Barnard, 17 Pair of mules, well matched, young, .
regarding the expected Hewey street, Orlando Fla. 4-9-6t sound and in good condition. H. H. One ,hundred and sixty acres of fine 11 SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT VERNON, N. II. J

. confession had it that the one gun- Williams, P. 0. Box 247, Orlando,I farm land, near Maning, North Dakota .I.IIIII..II.JI.III'.II.ell.IIIII.II. .
Fla. 4-2-6t 80 acres under cultivation in
man most likely to talk was "Gyp I good location. Will trade for orange

the Blood" Horowitz. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR FOR SALE-A new bungalow, five: grove or city property. For full par- Stationery that is not StationaryOurs

" An alibi affidavit for "Dago Frank"Ciroficithe REPRESENTATIVEI rooms and bath, modern in every ticulars address C. E. Piatt, Conway,
detail. Ten minutes walk to Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw
existence of which was I post-
hereby announce my candidacy for Representative office. Will to --
.give good bargain is the becausewe
rumored yesterday will be sent to: from FOR constantly on move
i Orange county subject to Owner 376 RENT-By the year or month,
prompt buyer. phone ,
". the governor with Wahle's memoran- the:held action June 2nd.of the Democratic primary to be city. 4.2-lw: modern seven room house. Apply have what the public desires and at reas-

dum. The affidavit is signed by Fred- J. IL REESE. I 217 East Robinson avenue. 4-4-8t
onable prices.Our .
erick Reo, a special officer in a Hari i FOR REPRESENTATIVE FORf SALE-Restaurant business,'
' lem,dance hall. Reo says that on the consisting of steel range, oil stove,' More help wanted? Room to let stock is so varied that we can fur-
I hereby announce my candidacy fer Rep- cooking utensils, tables, chairs, and or wanted? Advertise in the Sen-
3 night Rosenthal was killed he took a resentative the action of from the Orange Democratic county primary subject, to behe'd to silverware. Will sell at bargain. Ad- tinel. Be sure to read the ads. intoday's nish most anything you want in size tint ,

note from a woman who had been ar- June 2nd. dress H. W. Rhodes. Winter Park,'
Sentinel. They bring results.W. finish or weight. Just now we are selling a
rested on a charge of disorderly conduct S. S. GRIFFIN. Fla. 4-9-3t
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to the home of "Dago Frank" FOR REPRESENTATIVE HORSES FOR SALE-Weight 800 to i T. ENTRICAN. great many boxes of Initial. Correspondence

and met "Dago Frank" there.It sire Yielding of leading to what citizens appears in almost to be every the precinct de-- 1500 pounds. Prices right. Dr. Offers to Orlando the newest and best Cards. Unless your name begins with X,

was then 1:55 o'clock in the of Orange county that one of the can- Wienenga, Dann's. Transfer. 4-9-3t .of workmanship in the painting and
didates to be nominated for Representativein : we probably have your 'initial. The cards are
decorating trade. Phone .
morning, about the time Rosenthalwas the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room 636.
murdered. from the country precincts I hereby announce I furnished house. Will rent all ort i: 1-21-lm fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come
myself a part of it, by the month or year. ,
The memorandum also calls to the candidate.A.. B. NEWTOY.IEMBER' Apply Mrs. :M. McEwan, 105 Silliman '! ANTED-25 family washings at I and see them. They are only 50c a box. We

governor's attention that the twelve street. 4-2-2wks once, from 50 cents up. Home i
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -
:Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. also have the initial paper to match the ,
jurors that convicted the four
men FOR SALE-New 3-8-
five- :
two-story,
I hereby announce myself as a candidate cards.
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expressed themselves in favor of a for re-election to the office of Member of room house, with bath. Modern in I 'I

reprieve. Board of Public Instruction, Orange County every way. Just off Lucerne Circle. I The Sentinel want ads find tenants
from District No.3. subject to the coming Good bargain to prompt buyer. I
W. S. BRANCH
primary. Very respectfully for houses or rooms every day. Let
WM. EDWARDS. Owner, phone 466, city. I I I ,
NO 1 BARGAINS LEFT
Zellwood. Fla. 4-10-eod-lmo J JI i, them help you.
The following has been offered for I! -- The Arcade Book and Music StoreThere's
FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION ---
sale: .
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announce as a I j I
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6-room house (plastered) just over the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, GERMAN GIRL wants position as
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city line. Sale price $1,100 cash; or 1914. FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR maid. Will do general housework. :

time payments $1,200, $500 cash and Address "German. care Sentinel.
SHERIFFI 4-10-3t I Show Here
a Style j
monthly payments of $15 per month. hereby announce mjself as a candidate FURNISHED FLAT to rent for summer ,
For Sheriff of subject the
No. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles out, im- Orange County to
Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. ; rent very reasonable; good
proved good Orange land $25.00 per FRANK GORDON. tenants chief consideration. Apply

;, acre, cash. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER R. S. B., this office. 4-10-lw
I am a candidate for the office of County in the YearHome
No. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber, Commissioner of Orange county from HOTEL FOR LEASE Every Day

5 miles out on proposed brick high- District 2. If elected I promise to serve the
people to the best of my ability having resided
; way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared. here a number of years, I am quali- We have a 73-room house on Lake

C This can be bought for $20.00 per the fied people.to know the needs of the section and : Erie, just 12 miles from Cleveland on

acre, the same as some are asking Respectfully, 'hard surface roads and trolley line.I makers will find visit
through :
A. C. STARBIRD Abundance of traffic and last year a our
$75 to $150 for. Owner is north and
Apopka, Fla.
which was the first, was decidedly I

wants money. J hereby FOR announce COMMISSIONER n-yrelf a candidate for successful under the management of big store an interesting treat. We have here the
No. 4: 2 homesteads for sale re-election as Commissioner from District No. the owner, who now has other

cheap. If interested S, Orange county Florida, subject to the ness to take all his time. bUSi-1
ticulars.No. you are get par- June action 2nd.ef the 1914.Democratic primary to be held newly furnished!, has electricity most delightful of necessities for the furnishing ;
all
conveniences, bath houses, garage.
L. DILLARD.
J.
. 4 5. I also have the cheapest Reasonable leasing privileges can be I of the modern home.

3-4 acre lot, with 3-room house in the I hereby FOR announce COMMISSIONER myself a candidate for arranged. Address Palmer and Palmer

city of Orlando, in a white section. re-elecfion as County Commissioner from Atlantic National Bank Building,
District No. 1 of Orange county subject to Jacksonville Florida. w&s.!
Price $375.If the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your

you want any property, city or support will be greatly M.appreciated.0. OVERSTREET. We specialize in high-grade furniture at a'
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country; want to rent or have property FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER MHMIfMHMIilllMMMA < I

to sell or rent see me for good I hereby County announce Commissioner myself, Orange as a candidatefor County Genuine Bargain i moderate price. We invite you to come in and

service. Chadwick's Real Estate and District Four subject to the action of the

i' harness Exchange, 19 W. Church St. greatly Democratic appreciate primary your June support Yours 2nd, truly 1914. I will in Real EstateGood look over the display.

C. J. SWEET. I .
LOOKOUT MOUNTAINWhile Pine Castle, Fla. eight-room house,

in Chattanooga take "Dixie" FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER with connected kitchen
?t or "News" sightseeing automobilesfor I announce myself as a candidate for re- PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHT
election to the office of County Commissioner twenty acres first class landal

Lookout Mountain, Point Park, Orange County District Five, subjectto cleared, 315 bearing
the decision of the Democratic primary.
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary June, 2nd, 1914. Orange Trees, in first class

2 Ridge and historical points. For reservations Respectfully E. L. BROWN condition, fine bloom. Land

r address 910 Market street Ft. Christmas. Fla. can easily be sub-divided

33Apr.23 FOR TAX ASSESSOR into five-acre tracts, is on

office I hereby of Tax announce Assessor of my Orange candidacy County for sub-the road to Conway, 2 1.2 '
Kincaid &
IN PRINTINGThe ject to the action of the Demooraitc primary miles from Court House, SnowdenORLANDO'S
Sentinel will give the called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and
you prac- road sides I
elected I pledge you my faithful service. on two main
tical thing and it will be of a dignityand ARTHUR BUTT.- road will be bricked this I

style that will please We've COUNTY I
you. FOR year. Has rural delivery,
got the equipment; we've got the I hereby announce myself a candidate for
ex-
Treasurer of Orange County subject to the and shool wagon. Sold to LOW PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE
perience, and we will deliver the job Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. close and estate. CHEAPfor
J. H. TUCKER.
on time'and in perfect order. Tryus. cash, or very reasonable

Phone 24.WOOD FOR TAX COLLECTORI
hereby announce myself as a candidate terms will be made.
Cor. Main and Orlando
Pine Sts.
Florida jj
for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof ,
COAL AND I. Oramge County subject to the Democratic LORD & BRADSHAW
primary to be held Jane %nd, 1914. If re-
Wood, $1.50 a ktrand up. Hand's elected I pledge to you my faithful service Exclusive AgentsilHIIMitlMHIIIIilIMM I .

Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf u I have endeavored to give W. in E. the MARTIN.past I +!\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\tA"\'II'III'tt\\\\\\\\ \\ \ \" " " :;:;:'; : IIIII : IIII :::::


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

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

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

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NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to
$1.00 A DAY MEALS 50 CENTS
t $5.00PERVEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

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

J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. Orlando, Fla.lllill. .
OFFICE AT EMPIRE HOTEL TELEPHONE NO. 273
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GOVERNOR SUSPENDS BAY MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMI tMimtMttCtMMMIMmMlltMlllilMililMiHIH
COUNTY JUDGE : I IThat's
Just
Bargains
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We Will Put the Reinsof
Pensacola, Fla., April 9.-Upon : THE MARKET
'the charge of drunkenness and malfeasance : All

in office, Governor Park : Success in Your

Trammell has ordered the suspensionof I $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruitand I Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
Judge D. K. Middleton from office : HandsHow orange trees. 120 are

as county judge of Bay county by an : large seedlings and the balanceare AND SALT MEATS
executive order issued yesterday af : from one to three year old
ternoon. The order is one of the few I ? "By furnishing you with ; buds. Near city. FISH AND GAME
. of its kind Governor Trammell has : I $3,250.-Choice home in city; 8
f issued since he has.been in office. In : i a perfect Fertilizer Let our representative ; ; rooms large lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

ordering the judge's suspension the : $2,400.-Good 7-room house,
"I governor asserted that he was seemingly ; call on you. He will give you a ; ; East Side. .Close in, only five Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

} f in sympathy with the blind tiger ; formula that will make and mature ; minutes from postoffice. and pure. i
operators of Bay county. It was Lots of choice lots and a num-
further charged that the judge was ; your fruit ber of exceptionally good city I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ; ; J

found guilty of visiting places where and grove propositions. We have everything in the Meat Line. I

liquor was sold illegally, and was for rent several furnished bun
guilty of drinking in such places, the galows and flats close in. Some
governor announced in handing down. by the year and others 'till the i The PARLOR MARKET '

the order. The Southerli r Ferlilizer r Co.ORLANDO winter season begins. Call and
make your wants J known. H A

IF YOU WERE BORN IN APRIL I I E M. Self & Co.

You will have great executive abil- Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA I
ity and power to excel in most fieldsof Cooper Atha i PINE STREET i

mental endeavor. You will be at MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMflMMMMMMMMMMMJust I
your best when directing any enter- 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor I Phone No. 80

prise; will be changeable and quickto Phone No. 311 A

anger when crossed and ready to I ..IIIIIII..I..I.II.IIID..ltsll.III.lel.I..II
sacrifice anything to prove you are
I right You will be generous to those --- I
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ant of those you do not You will be

fortunate in your business affairs,
but should guard against extrava- i

gances. You should marry early, M. SLEMONS
preferably a person born in Decem-
ber. You should wear amethyst or .
diamond ornaments and will look your arrived car load

best and do your best work when immediate -
for
wearing rose, pink, white or brown. FORDS
Great persons born in April: Thom- delivery. New Goods Arriving Daily ,.

Jefferson, William Shakespeare, .,
.
shington Irving, William Wordsh Get
nowF.
Henry Clay, Herbert Spencer. yours
[neral U. S. Grant, Oliver Cromwell,
G. RUSE,
irlotte Bronte and Bismarck.t .

,, Phone 226
We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
is easy to distinguish cut glassm
the other kind; the other kind made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. '

[found bargain counters.
on Boys' Suits, "Lord.Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
)ccasionally an old bachelor 1

inks that no woman would have Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
im, but there are lots of excellent
(pinsters, who are not so awfully' & Co. Best place in the city to trade. 1

particular.-Chicago News.


Sentinel want advertising brings ,

[the probable buyers to see your prop- W. M. SLEMONS .


erty.To URANGE AVENUE

THE WEST


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Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm II II II II U I $
Ar Jacksonville ________A 7:30 pm DIX1E LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND t"+U"111111 UIIIIIIIIIIIIII.lillHiililMC L oi, ""IIIIIIIIII""j" un
Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm I V
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L__11:10 pm SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED UII"'WII.JIUI
Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am 1IIIIIIIIe.....
Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
> Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:53: am pixie Dixie I
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDLv HOT WATER
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 amr I Orlando, A. C. 1..12:3am 3:13pm I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm
... Jacksonville ................... '
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r Jacksonville A. C. L. 6:45am 7:30pm r ; 7:30pm Time. Hot water is one of the most
Ala., C. of Ga.l2:0j; In the Summe>
Birmingham p r T Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35am 8:Z;)pm v Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:};)pmv ;
Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm Waycross, A. C. L......11:50 am 10:25pm v Waycross. A. C. L ............,10:20pm essential features of a comfortable home. This is
Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm r Macon, G. S. &; F....... 5:13pm :15am r Macon G. S. &; F. .............. 3:46am o home
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm r Atlanta. C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:12am emphasized most strongly in the Summer time be- No fipletP
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Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm r Chattanooga. W. &; A..12:18am 11:55amr r Corbin. L &; N.; .................II9pm 3:16pra cause don't want to heat the kitchen up by -" one
Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C12:13 am Nashville N. C. &; St. L, 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L &; N. .............. 9:00 pm you
............ keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequentlymost
Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C ___ 7:05: amT Ar St. Louis L c.&; 1.&N. Z:50 pm 7:20am L Indianapolis. aL 1:5d am
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Ar Lexington L. &; N. ............ without it all Summer and
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Ar- Centralia- --, Ill., I. C_____ : --I Ar Hopkinsfille, L &; N........... 6:%1 pm Ar Cincinacti L & N. ............. 8:50 pm go j
Ar Matoon, III, I. C._______ 3:30 am I I Ar Evansville L. & N..... 9:28am 9:23pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. & L ..........12:20pm Ar Champaign, III, I. C.____ 4:29 am,Ar Terre Haute, C. & E. L 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids G. R. &: L ....eo.... 2:45pm
t: Ar Kankakee Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am Ar Chicago C. &: E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7:15am "GET A RUUD" '
i Ar Chicago, III, I. C.______ 7:50 am I
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J DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED y hot water time
of steaming
and have plenty any
Solid Through Trains-Composed of I Solid train composed of section drawing- you
Solid train composed of
electric
observation, compartment,* drawingroom -[room sleeping cars, observation compartment drawing-room Pullman sleeping lighted you want it and at a very small'cost by simply
jean and dining car, between Jacksonville and car and coaches -
section, sleeping cars, aid fee Chicago and section drawing-room sleepingar between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and turning en the faucet. -
reclining chair cars, between Jackson-I between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville
ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand ana Indianapolis;
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville
St. Louis. All meals in diningcar. and ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANYGas
Solid train carrying electric lighted comartraent Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
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!. I observation sleepers and electric: Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand "
For t lets and Pullman car reser- ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- DepartmentMllilllMMMIMIt
Thursdays of each week.
vations, all lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining car Dining car
on I ems meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, I .
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D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, FOR TICKETS PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON 4+KK4++ MMMMMMIMf IIIIIIIII O'IIIIIIIIIIIIDlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfl.tl.l'IIII
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I done, and citrus cars are loaded seven
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I boxes wide when the fruit has been

( precooled. The total charge for tie
California shipper was thereforeseven
dollars and fifty cents. The
Florida box can not be loaded seven r

THE-STATE BANK OJ ORlANDO wide in the car, so the conditionswere .'
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not identical in the two states. ? ; 3. <
The matter was brought to a con-
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p t f clusion at a recent conference at Nor- ..W50

!I ITL folk, Va., attended by Mr. Capps and : : Would you rather J>eEDISON ,
Mr. Prince of the Seaboard, Mr. .
J Brand of the Coast Line, Mr. Ellis '. :: I or CANMGffi ? '

.I and Mr. Chrisman of the Armour Car .. :. :
Line, and Mr. Tenny of the Growers'and .: "EDISON forbidden by physician to take : ,
Shippers' League. Mr. Tenny '
I another vacation.--Tri! 13 1913.
outlined the needs of the Florida ; Sept. ,
LONG ESTABLISHED growers, and asked for a rate which
SAFELCOHSERVAT1VEACCOMMOOATINGA would Why? Because having worked twentyhours
encourage precooling of Flor-
ida fruits. The conference decided a day, his system will not permit a change; he

that the Florida shippers should receive must work or die, and die working! Yet, he is ,
I the same rates that Californianow
CONSERVATIVELY MANAGED BANK has.Letters. a poor man as wealth is considered today.


t By having an account with the State Bank of Orlando, Tenny since have returning.been received both from by Mr.Mr. CARNEGIE, having enjoyed a continual

r you enjoy all the advantages of a conservatively managed Capps and :Mr. Brand, confirming the .' vacation for years is quoted thus, "When I received

conference. In brief, they cover the first dollar of interest I
and well equipped bank-and the confidence that comes ray money,

from association with an intstitution of ample re- following 1. The points carriers: will not perform realized that wealth could best be obtained by

: .. sources. I any services in connection with pre- \ letting my money work for rne, instead of

cooling. The shipper may do this for -; : working for my money."
Accounts subject to check are invited. :.
himself, but he will not be permittedto : .
\ re-ice the cars in transit. YOU How much did your money earn ,
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2. The shipper must sign a release :. : for last month? Or would .''
:; you you rather :
\I THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO relieving the carrier of any re- -

icing or stoppage for re-icing, also ..... .. ....: always work for itV c pay 4 per cent in :'.:.... ;,
A I from any liability for damage. This .. :. .: terest. Begin today, or if already begun, con- .. :',
does not mean that a shipper can not ':: :.. .:::: '
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I Slate, County and City DepositaryZUZU claim damage when the railroad does :...:: '-: .:': '." tinue to save. :; ,....'<..t'&.a.::::"::
not properly perform its duty. Thisis

a uniform ruling for California .
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shippers also. ... .. ,'. .. .. .. . '
5j'I 3. The shipper shall pay the car- ; : ;
riers $7.50 to cover use of the car. ;- I .... .
.;j 4. There shall be an additional de- O. : : l)l D"it.:
I. tention charge of $1.00 on account of
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I precooling beyond the day of loading. \ \

ZUZU THE BAND LEADER AT lieves in giving the people their 5. The shipper must $2.00 for .... .. .
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THE LUCERNE money's worth every time they come, each additional switching pay made nec- : :::f:" : :t< C W' "::::: ::r'..;:':;=;: {; ::.:; F::;;:i:::;.-:.;.." '::":"' .. .:., ...,0;. ::= :.;:.. :;.:;-,:.::.: ''- .
and as he expects a large crowd to-
,K. ,This afternoon and evening "Zuzu, night, he has increased his bill ac- essary by the precooling. l
the Band Leader," a two reel Keystone cordingly.Paul 6. The carriers will not stop a car -
L comedy and "Robust Romeo," J. Rainey's African Hunt will "VIcrORY"I blood curdling plot to blow up the promises to play this picture as it
; in transit for precooling purposes.If I
American fleet in a Cuban harbor. should be played. Prof. Wade will
'' reel will be be shown on Monday afternoon of the Grand
a one Keystone comedy ana The new management
a shipper desires to precool a car Then there is a woman in tlu case alternate with the orchestra on the
shown in connection with the other evening at the Lucerne. The pricesof has been very fortunate in securingat
who detects the plot and tells' it to pipe making the musical
films. admission all over the country for of fruit at a central cooling house, the eleventh hour the great one organ pro-
the aviator. And then what do continuous.
G "Zuzu, the Band Leader," is said to this most wonderful picture has va- he must first make his shipment from hundred thousand dollars war drama, navy gram
think? With true patriotic spirit. -
be one of the funniest films ever produced ried for the last year from fifty rentsto loading place to precooling place, and "Victory." A real thriller of love, you the, naval aviator does a 100-mile ARTHUR GORE CELEBRATES HIS
and is called a scream from one dollar, and has never been intrigue and warfare in five reels,
then from to desti- flight, reaching the fleet just in timeto 1
precooling place
e start to finish. This film has been shown for less than a quarter, but as staged with American warships and TWELFTH BIRTHDAY
it from the terrific mine
shown in all the larger cities and Orlando is a much larger city than nation. war equipment, with the aid and permission plosion.save Of course, he wins the hand ex- Arthur Gore, the bright young son
every one says it is great. The Lu- New York. Boston or Philadelphia, 7. The car minimum on precooled of the navy department. of the heroic Helen, who tipped off of Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Gore, cele-
certainly has been showing this picture will be shown at the Daniels,
cerne reg- citrus fruit shall be 360 standard The cast includes Secretary the
brated his twelfth
plot. last
some of the best comedies ever shown ular prices of admission, ten and five Admiral Badger, Commodore Benson, birthday night
:i here, and it is a great pleasure to cents. boxes. Commodore Bassett, Lieut. Commander hero Lieutenant of the Towers flight.is shown as the by entertaining a number of his
really enjoy a good laugh. It is customary Butler, Flag Lieutenant McCand- warships are aero the Prairie Amongthe, Castine>, friends in a party. They played a
r' all over the country for PIC-- Sentinel want advertising serves "Looking for a position" through lass, Captain Bryant, Commander Yankton, and Tonopah. The scene of number of games, and enjoyed deli- f
ture shows to run an ordinary bill on Sentinel straightforward, frank and and' Lieutenant John H. Towers
Doyle
I the seeker and the offerer equally. most of the picture is at Guantanamo, cious refreshments, and all the guests '
Saturday night, because they know businesslike Sentinel want advertise the naval aviator killed in an ac- the Cuban station of the Atlantic
II: they will get a good house regardless ing is giving an example of jour business cident recently. fleet. are wishing for Arthur to have an-
of what show, but Mr. Kent be- Subscribe for the Sentinel. reel thriller is
they capacity in advance. Part of the five a "That" orchestra of seven pieces other birthday right soon.

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WHY ? Because the people like 'em WHAT ?
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I: OUR SPECIAL AFTER SUPPER SALE .


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} 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

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



9c. Unbleached Muslin, 5C.20yardsjo



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



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i MEN! JUST A MOMENT On the Second Floor, among the Ladies' OUR GREAT SALE OF EMBROIDERIES THE THIRD FLOOR OFFERS

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

offering for this sale regular READY-TO-WEAR over Saturday for this sale. In this stock pitcher________ _________ ____ __14c.
you will find our best patterns in EmlOe.. value Johnson English China breakfast -
Shirts for 79c.
; $1.00 ----------------$ We are going to offer regular broidered Voiles, Batistes, Linens, white plates _________________ __ __ 6c. ,
$1.50 Shirts for ---------------- 1.19 and colors at greatly reduced prices. Gold Band Cups and Saucers 6 for 50c,

$2.00 Shirts for ------------- ---- 1.49 $3.00 to $3.50Vhite Dresses for __$1.98 Take a glance at our great big table while they last, 6 to customer.

j. New Department, New Goods, No re- of Embroidery edges and insertions at 50c. Regular value, wash boards, this

i striction 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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i Well, those 800 lbs. of Hams lasted about 20 minutes last Saturday. We simply underestimated the trade, but are getting wise, andEngein


t Montrose Maine Sugar Corn, 2 cans for 25c., or $1.40 per dozen

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

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