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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 14, 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 HAPPENSThe


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




VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1914. NUMBER 54.f .


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MEN G G010 1 DEATH[ wn [ GLAND[ MEN ARE CITY BARN AND fARM ARE IN Ir;

f FOUR G GUN N [EXONERATED x [ [ OF f fRAUD FIRST T CLASS CONDITION PRESIDENT[ Will L HAVE[ I TROUBLE






I PRAYERS[ UPON r N T THEIR[ ASHEN[ LIPS i:i Bolles Not and Guilty Billingsley of the Are Chargeof Declared Rhodes Along Grass With Is Other Being Forage Tried for Out WITH S SENATE EIR T TRUST I BILLS



.. Conspiracy City Stock '-- -----=. -


QUARTETTE DISPATCHEDIN MISS S AWAY WHEN[ ROSENINAL R [ fRANK'S MOTHER[ ARRIVES[ T TO LEADERS WANT TO POST-

Jacksonville, April .-Richard J. A visit to the city barn on one side

EXACTLY FORTY WAS SNOT SAID DACO fRANKOne Bolles and Jesse L. Billingsley, of town and the city farm on the STAY UNTIl fiNAl DECISION l PONE ACTION UNTIL

other is well calculated to increasethe
MINUTESlEPjlSlAIffll: charged with conspiracy and using NEXT SESSION

., the United States mails to defraud in knowledge of most citizens, for
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f of Convicted Gunmen Made a the sale of Everglades lands, were few of them know what is going on Detective Has Completed Investigation

S; ONlY ON[ [ [ Statement to Warden BeforeHe found not guilty, and the charges at these places. and Will Make Report ina WILSON MAKES WISHES KNOWN

Was Electrocuted against them dismissed by United The city barn is in the charge of
Few
States Commissioner Frank D. Bren- Street Superintendent R. M. Bennett. ; Days

nan in a decision handed down to- The storage room, where hay and

"WHITEY" LEWIS SAID THAT HE Albany, N. Y., April 13.-(Special.) grain, now purchased by the car load,. Atlanta, Ga., April 13.-(SpecialWm. .) INSISTS THAT ANTI-TRUST LEGISLATION -

j DID NOT SHOOT ROSENTHALBUT -The statement made at Sing Sing day.The Bolles-Billingsley case, which are kept, is as clean and neat as many I J. Burns has practically com- BE PUT THROUGH

t FAILED TO FINISH today that "Dago Frank" Cirofici had occupied twenty days' time before i residences. Ventilation is afforded pleted his investigation of the Pha- AT THIS SESSION OVER

THE DECLARATION signed a written confession in the Commissioner Brennan, closed last by an open space beneath the eaves. gan murder case. His findings will OTHER MEASURES

v presence of Warden Clancy before his Thursday with the arguments of the but wire screens serve to keep birds I be made public the latter part of the

Sing Sing Prison, Ossining, N. Y., electrocution proves to be untrue. attorneys in the case. and insects out. An immense bin for' week.
' I Washington, April 13.Special.The ( .)
; April .-The four gunmen convicted I The much heralded written "confesion" The defendants were indicted in the grain with closed top and a chutein Frank's counsel want the benefitof
president is quoted as sayingto
" of the murder of Herman Rosen- proves to be a verbal statement Kansas City charged with conspiracyand the bottom, permits the feeding to Burns' report before making any visitors this
that he
i', thai were electrocuted at daybreak made by Cirofici to Clancy. ,fraudulently using the mails to be done without waste. On one side ; extraordinary motion for a new trial. morning

here this morning. Clancy arrived at Albany at four sell 180,000 acres of Everglades lands of the barn is a workshop, where recently Mrs. Rudolph Frank, mother of the deemed "it necessary to keep faith
with the country and out measures -
carry
Dawn was breaking over the hills o'clock this afternoon and gave out that had not been drained. Literature Mr. Bennett has been fashion- convicted man, arrived here tonight for "
comprehensive trust reform.
t when the witnesses were admitted to the following statement: and letters that had been sent ing sample concrete post to be used from Brooklyn. She will remain here

# the bare court yard of the death "About 8 o'clock Sunday night Ros- through the mails were offered as evi for street signs, which are soon to until the final decision regarding the Amendments are pending before
the senate interstate commerce com-
/: house. Many were ashen-faced and enburg asked me to save Frank, saying dence. The defendants offered testi- be mounted, an order for two hundred new trial is made.
mittee that will have the effect, if
trembling. From a printed list a that he had nothing to do with mony to show their good faith, and and fifty having been placed some The motion will be filed Thursday.OLD .

t clerk read off the names of,those who the shooting, that he was not there. that no fraud had been intended or time ago by Commissioner Johnson. adopted, to hold up a portion of the

were to see the first man die. A mo- "I went over and asked Frank why consummated. The court held that a Some time ago the council approved I TIME FLAG POLE RAISING original trust program of the presi
dent that found expression in the
ment more and the door of the death he didn't tell the truth. He replied prima facie case had not been made I Commissioner Johnson's idea of plant-

j chamber had dosed behind them. that he knew what was going on but out, and dismissed the proceedings. : ing a crop of forage at the site of On Saturday afternoon, April 11, "five brothers" bill.
These bills have been before the
J Warden Clancy had announced that was not there when the shooting took Another charge of using the mails to one of the septic tanks, where the about seventy guests gathered on
committees of the two houses of congress
"Gyp the Blood" would die first followed place. I advised him to tell the whole conduct is still thirteen The
a lottery pending city owns some acres. "Tioga Point," Lake Jennie Jewel,for
for weeks. The senate
t. by "Lefty Louie," "DagoFrank" story. He said that if he did they against the defendants. commissioner has had a crop of cane an old time flag pole raising and social many
committee which has been considering -
would kill his brother. T asked whomhe
and "Whitey Lewis. But and also in Rhodes
as planted put some hour, at the invitation of Miss
all trust propositions as a single
I it transpired the man who first came meant by 'they. He replied there BEAUTIFUL EASTER SERVICES grass. This has not progressed far Lillian N. Barnum and her father,
measure is inclined to postpone actionon
through the little iron door at the were fifty men in New York he could IN ORLANDO CHURCHES enough to tell what success will attend Captain S. D. Barnum. the new own- everything but the creation of a

,right was "Dago Frank." He had name. He said: 'the A
experiment. goodly -
't portion ers of the property on the north bankof trade commission with instructions to
i. shown signs of collapsing and it was 'I don't care about myself. It is Bishop H. C. Morrison preached the of the site is taken up with a the lake.
the commission to investigate and
c, deemed expedient to shield him from I my family I care for. opening sermon in the new Methodist natural pasture, which Commissioner '
Four splendid bungalows have been report to the next congress the remaining -
He made the following oth- I
the ordeal of waiting. among church Sunday. It was peculiarly Johnson is certain will be of considerable -
f erected and furnished and five acres legislation.
, State Electrician Davis carefully er statements in the presence of myself appropriate that the first service saving. The city owns seven-
of orange trees planted on the shoresof Many senators believe this to be
: tested the electric current. Principal Keeper Mclnerney, the should have been held on Easter Sun- teen head of stock besides the fire
this beautiful lake during the past wise. The president opposed this
and his mother and sister.
"Two of these men have told me chaplain, day, the day being significant of the horses, and it costs an average of

that they will make a statement," They urged him to tell the whole resurrection and the splendid new edifice fifty cents a day each to feed them. winter. I program. In contrast to the sentiment -
Miss Barnum was assisted in receiving of the senate, following a conference -
truth. He hesitated and said
announced Warden Clancy, "but un- : i proclaiming renewed spiritual The commissioner thinks the pasture
by Mrs. W. E. Tew andI : with the president on the
der no circumstances must anyone 'I don't want to make any state- activity in the church and its work. will be good for at least half th
daughter, Margaret, who are living in trust today, the house judi-
ment for the public; I don't fear for I program
ask them any questions. The resurrection afforded the theme year, and the amount to be saved i in "
"Tioga Lodge, near the point. ciary trust framers decided to bring
myself but I do for you'"His I
The head and leg sponges were for the bishop's sermon, and twentyfive this gray may be readily calculated.
sisetr replied, 'Don't have Promptly at 3 o'clock the strong arms out their trust bills tomorrow.The .
? then wet and Head Keeper Mclner- any new members were added to the
of several of the gentlemen present proposed new legislation will
ney, acting on a signal ,from the war- fear for us. We'll take care of our- church roll. In the evening the presiding WALKING FROM NEW YORK TO'
hoisted in its place a straight pine be incorporated in one bill. The
den, went to the death cell. There selves; God will protect us. He said, elder, Rev. J. D. Sibert, spoketo SAN FRANCISCO FOR FAIR president -
'I didn't do the shooting. The men il pole, 50 feet in length, and Inspector i made it clear that he wanted his
he found Cirofici in prayer with Father another large congregation. The
Caslin. The condemned man who fired the shots were Gyp. Louie beautiful church Herman von Baring, a young Ger Charles L. Albertson greeted the company trust legislation pushed at this ses-
was appropriately
and Vallon. I was five miles man, was in Orlando yesterday and with a few cordial remarks. sion and placed ahead of other gen-
clutched a crucifix in each hand as awayat [ decorated.In .

he was led into the presence of death. the time. As far as I know Becker the afternoon Olivette Com- last night, when he appeared in a Immediately following this the flag eral or routine legislation.

short talk at the Grand theater, on was raised by Capt. Barnum, who
had do with this
He had to be two nothing to case.
4 supported keep
heard
; mandery Knights Templar
; It[ gamblers' fight. a a walk from New York to San Fran dedicated the land to the three P's- WEDDING OF MISS SHINE AND
was a
ers. In the cells could be heard the special sermon by Rev. Dr. John W.
cisco. Peace, Prosperity and Prohibition- MR. STONEMAN TODAY
murmur, of the other slayers in their Stagg, at the Presbyterian church.
REMAINS OF COMMODORE DYER The young pedestrian is after the adding a number of interesting re
supplications. The warden and at An exceptionally fine musical
SHIPPED TO WASHINGTONThe program Panama exposition prize of $5,000, marks, showing that these three propositions The numerous friends of Miss Lil-
tendants stepped back from the rub had been arranged for this ser
the conditions of which are that he are very closely related. lias Shine are showing a most genuine -
ber mat. vice in which some of the
body of Commodore George L leading must get to Frisco by January 1, Prayer was then offered in a most interest in preparations for her
"Oh, God! I meet my God! gasped I II vocalists of the town took partAt
[ the Italian. The state electriciaI Dyer who died at his late home at the church 1915; that he is not to beg or borrow; impressive manner by Dr. L. T. Jones, marriage today to Mr. Frank B.
Baptist Rev. Dr.
-i\ turned the switch. nWinter Park April 2. was shipped to Edw. T. Poulson began a series of revival that he has to walk, swim or erect of Conway, who followed with a most Stoneman, of Miami, this event hay

Washington on the midnight train his own means of transportationacross interesting and stirring address on L ing been .pleasantly anticipated for
f
The first contact was gradually re services, which will be continued
-
last water. He left New York un the flag, which included a sketch of some weeks past.
night, being accompanied by
duced, then a second shock was given. through two weeks. There wil I
members of the family. UndertakerHand der the auspices of the Coney IslandWalking I the making of the first flag'by Betsy The ceremony is to be performed
The prison physicians, Dr. Farr be no day services, but Dr. Poulson
prepared the body for shipment club without a penny in his Ross and the wars it had passed by Bishop Gray in St. Luke's Cathe-
and Dr. Maremo, with several other will preach every evening at 7:30. A
shortly after death and it remained pocket, and carries testimonials from through, closing with a patriotic ap dral at noon, and friends will be busy
doctors the steth-
witnessing ,'applied I large chorus will assist with the
at his establishment during the time I music. New York officials as well as from peal which thrilled the heart of every this morning decorating the church
oscope."I
intervening. There was some delay I the mayor of every town he stops at. true American. for this service. While no cards have
pronounce this man dead, whispered At St. Luke's the floral decoration
in making the As a means of livelihood he sells Miss: Tew favored the audience with been issued, a general invitation has
r Dr. Farr. It was 5:43 o'clock. necessary arrange were especially artistic and lavish.Bishop .
ments for the funeral. The intermentwill postcards, but it often happens thathe "Bunker Hill" on the graphophone, been extended to friends who wish to
The of witnesses left the death Mann officiated
assisted
group
l-f by
be in the national cemetery a t runs short of these, and as a consequence after which Mr. Mahlon Gore was introduced attend, and the Cathedral will doubtless -
chamber and the body of "DagFrank" o Rev. H. R. Remsen, in a service oJ f
Washington. I has to work for a meal, even and gave a historical paperon be crowded.
was removed to the autopsyroom. impressive The
solemnity. united if this be offered him free. As a sideline the early settlers of this imme The groom, with his nephew, Mr.
Easter :
MRS. DUKE ENTERTAINS offering amounted to $467 he lectures in theaters, as he diate'vicinity, including a descriptionof Horace Randell, arrived last night,
The doctors said Cirofici had made
Yesterday morning at a meeting oJ f
I Mrs. BufordDu Duke entertained a dd last night at the Grand. Fort Gatlin, which was not far Mr. Alec Shine also accompanying
little resistance to the electric current the congregation St. Luke's
chapterwas
few friends at Duke Hall last even The route was mapped out by the away. One of the most prominentand them. .
which registered 1,920 volts and chosen, follows
as Messrs. T
f: ing. The guests enjoyed music made I : exposition officials, and on leaving best loved of the four pioneer Mrs. S. D. Shine and son, Mr. Shep
between nine and ten amperes. 0 f Picton Warlow
A. Haden
by members of the and I secretary; New York he made for Trenton, Wil gentlemen who settled here was Dr. Shine, Jr. (aunt and cousin of the
the four he died the easiest. He had company treasurer F. H. Williams
;
I there was an excitnig guessing conI GeorgeMcCulloch mington, Philadelphia, Baltimore,I Preston. whose son still lives on the I bride), arrived yesterday afternoon
intended statement but his
4 making a Chas. P. Dow, C. B. Rob
mental processes had failed him. test Refreshments, were served,and inson. Bishop Mann is ex-officio Washington, Jacksonville, and is noon w south bank of the lake and was pres- from Jacksonville, both being well

the evening was most delightfullyspent I his way to Tampa. He carries j ent on this occasion. To him especially known here, as Orlando was formerlytheir
A new lot of witnesses filed i in president of the chapter. Yesterday
letters from President Wilson and I Mr. Gore paid a splendid tribute home.
Then through the little ,door came, afternoon the children of the t
parish Mayor Mitchel, of New York, to be telling of his long rides throughthe Mrs. W. L Nutter will sing just be
The statement tha
"Whitey Lewis. enjoyed Easter
an hunt the
egg on delivered to the Frisco mayor. From forests in storm and heat to min fore the ceremony, and the Cathedral
he never finished was on his lips as A new motion-picture theater is be ,lawn of the chapter house.
Tampa he goes to Tallahassee, Pen- ister to the suffering of any who choir, of which Miss Shine has long
he entered. The attendants, fearinga ing opened in Crystal Rher. At the Catholic church the decorations
I I sacola, Mobile, New Orleans- Fort t called upon him. Mr. Gore's paper been a faithful and valued member,
shocking spectacle of hysteria,
were exquisite and the music
Worth, Los Angeles, and them to was thoroughly enjoyed by every one will be in place for a hymn.
sought to soothe him. The first contact was given at 6:08 was a feature which lent beauty and
Frisco, his goal, which he hopes to present. The service will be simple, no -
A current of Ii20 volts with a and at 6:17 o'clock he was pronounceddead. solemnity to' the services. special
reach about the middle of December.Y Two short poems sent by a friendfrom attendants taking part. The
slightly higher amperage than had Though there rain in
was the
early
o ng Baring has a most pleasing Waverly to be used on this oc bride will enter with her brother Mr.
been used on Cirofici took his life The only relatives of the gunmenwho morning. the day matured into ,
one o appearance, a youthful face, bright casion were read by Miss Barnum, Alec Shine, and he will give her
The switch was first closed at 5:47:3'' were in the prison at the timeof perfect weather, and the great crowds I i ,
blue eyes and a good talker. He is and }Ir. Albertson closed the program away.
and he was pronounced dead at 5:52 the execution that attended the '
Frank's"mother
were "Dago services were in nowise
I I dressed in khaki with a miniature'American !'I with some added historical remarksregarding The immediate relatives will
o'clock. sister' and brothers and deterred. (' par-
I
flag sewn on in front, aj the early history of the take of the wedding breakfast at the
: At 5:56 "Gyp the Blood" wa "Whitey Lewis'' brothers. Mrs. Ci- I'I
vest bearing the colors of the ConeyIsland flag. home of the bride, and the bridal
brought in. He had a Jewish prayerbook rofici was borne to her carriage in CITY TAX ASSESSOR BUSY MAKING

in his left hand and Rabbi Goldstein collapse an hour after the electrocution. REALTY TRANSFERS Walking club, stockings and I I II AM joined" heartily in singing party will leave on the 3:13 train this

walking boots. "America. Ice cream and fancy cakesI afternoon, carrying with them the
walked "ListenIsrael
by his side. .
City Tax Assessor C. A. Boone is I He now possesses an were served by the hostess, who was: hearty best wishes of all who know
there is only one God, mumbled All the bodies of the will
gunmen busy making note on his books of the timonial-one from Mayor E. F. sper-I I ably assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Tew, them.
"Gyp the Blood" in Hebrew. Tw
be claimed relaiives.
by many real estate transfess since he ry of Orlando. I Miss Finch,. Mr. Oscar Schneider,
shocks were given and at 6:02 o'clock t
f Mrs. Cirofici remained with her
son made the
i up assessments last year. Miss Tew and Mr. J. W. Pace. SEMI-CENTENNIAL OF PEACE
physicians pronounced him dead. as late as 4 a. m. This is an unusual This work will
} require some time and BASEBALL RESULTS I Each one present was presented BETWEEN THE STATES
"Lefty Louie the last of the fourto
procedure. She had
thought until the
consequently it will be several weeks Federal League with a tiny silk flag as a souvenir of Washington, April .
die -(Special.)
entered the chamber at 6:07 last moment that on her son's
o'clock. He handed his Jewish plea before he actually begins to compile Baltimore 3, Buffalo 2. Only gameplayed I I the occasion. Beside the neighborsthere Governor Brewer of Mississippi today -
prayer for the would
mercy governor granta the
assessment list for the present today. were friends from Orlando, Conway j
presented to the senate
book to Rabbi Kopfstein before the reprieve. She believed in his innocence through
year. South Atlantic League and Pine Castle and fourteen the
I guard strapped him in the chair. Like"Gyp" to the end. She pleaded with i., vice-president a memorial askingthe
Jacksonville 4, Albany 0. states were represented. federal
he mumbled a prayer in H e- Frank to confess but he said he hadtold government to assist in
THE
WEATHER Columbia 3, Savannah 2. the of the
Union
brew. The theory that the strongest all he knew and that he had care and Confederate
not Florida: Showers Tuesday and I Charleston 5, Augusta 4. More of the 50 cent library editi n. veterans at the semi-centennial
shall die last "
"Lefty" bore his
out by been present when Herman Rosenthalwas
resistance probably Wednesday. Wednesday,i Columbus 2, Macon 2. Seven i innings There are many titles that will appeal celebration of peace between the
: to
t uncanny the current killed. I I
Fs 1 Ik y fair in north and west portions. ; rain. to you. Curtis & O'Neal states next October at Vicksburg..H ;


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(2) Ants,.Mice, Rats, Roaches, Moths, Gnatts, Flies, Mosquitoes. mysterious robber gang. This picture another clever, natural

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Confederate Veteran Reunion THE PALMS AUTO CO
: association is making a. grand effortto -
handle the meeting in Jacksonville
May 6, 7,and 8. REO MOTOR CARS { { ; }:{::::{} :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

r In conference with Mr. Wm. Foor, For long life and low cost of' upkeep. We also carry a y

[president, last week, he told the full of and accessories. Have
stock supplies a good force Orlando Bank & Trust CoAt
: writer that he wanted to enlist the
of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
automobile mep for service. It is an-
ticipated that a great many machines guaranteed. the Close of Business March 27, 1914

from nearby Florida and Georgia "
Maxwell 25 $800 in
towns will come to the city. There Equipped Orlando RESOURCES (S

t are going to be two very attractive Loans and Discounts .. .. .. . .. .. .$375,648.96

automobile parades. The flower pa- Overdrafts .. . . . . . . 1,459.31
S : rade, or parade of the official ladies Stocks and bonds . .. . . .'.. 26,018.33Real
'r in attendance, and the parade of the THE PALMS AUTO CO Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .. 26,437.37

veterans. The first named on the 7th .. Cash on hand and in banks . . . 428,721.62 **
and the veterans the 8th. At
on
' : FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.MMimiMltMIIIIMMtftfMtttimiMMtlMHMMt.
Chattanooga there were nearly 1,000 $858,285.59
machines in the ladies' parade. It I '
LIABILITIES
was simply grand. _
,_ Capital stock . . . . . . .100000.00
Now men of 1914-Who bids to
you Surplus and undivided profits . . .. 32,628.51
> drive his machine in this most honor-
Due to Banks . .. ... .. .. . . 230.00
able service? It seems to this old f BETWEENi
re ; Re-Discounts . .. .. . . . .. None
veteran that such an invitation would
DAILY Bill Payable .. . .. . .. .. None
bring an overflow of offerings. BUFFALO .

Then how about your giving "The W LEVELAND Deposits .. . . . . . . 725,427.05
Fathers of the Confederacy" a "joy i

ride?" ,Unto many of them it will $858,285.59
be their last ride in a parade, the

average age of the Confederate vet- Deposits March 4, 1914 . . .. .. .$649,484.91
eran is 75. After the reunion in Deposits March 27, 1914 ... . . . .. 725,427.05
Jacksonville what? Who can tell if THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

there will ever be another. Leofth 500 feet;breadth$8 feat,6 inches;510 atstcraoma and pulon.ooo.mod ting 1500,.-enera. Increase in 23 days .. . .. . . 75,942.14
The that the cm. ..u coat-larger u all pr.p rtioin--ncbcr ia aU aypomtmmti-thin aay ttaaiaer o0tal.ai.s
prospects are eventin
&s of the world. la aemce JOM 13U Deposits, March 27, 1913 .591,149.61
1914 will mark high tide. After Maeaifi.entSteamen"SEEANDBEE.""City of Erie"and"at,of Buffalo" Deposits, March 27, 1914 .. . .. .. . 725,427.05
May & 7 and 8 comes the recession. Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mar1at to Decc.lit

'Tis sad, truly sad.I LoreBoffiJo 900 P.M. Le.r C3ereLu,v. 9:00 P.H. Increase over last year .. .. . .. .. 134,277.44
AnifllCc.eJui. 740A.M. AmTeBu&Io;.. V 7JOA.M.
have promised Mr. Foor to give
Euten Standard Time
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M. M. SMITH, President fi
publicity to the suggestion, and Comtectuof ttOnrdud for,.....u.1.Toledo,Detroit and all point.Vert and Swtiwert.Railroad
map ticketa reading Iwtveea Boffalo and Cleveland aN good for traniportatioaoa our(teamen.Ak W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier .
out a plan of organization of as\ your ticket agent for ticket via C.&:B.Lme. Vnid.for hamUome illustrated booklet free.
many local clubs as can be interestedin THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland 0.illllMiiililliliitiMiMHmit Directors
LL
this work. I shall be pleased to '
i hear from towns in Florida and Geor- ,M. M. Smith, W. 3!. Davis, E. H. McXcill
R. L Hyer, James A. Knot, H. L. Beeman,
gia that are interested, and to plan Jill 1I111 II'III I" L. B. Long, J. W. Jackson, T. H. Evans,
further for the service. A D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs.uunuunuunuuuuuunnnnnuuununuunu.
BENJ. PARTRIDGE, 1 Shoe
Repairing
Chairman State and Interstate Au- ; For Sale i

tomobile Service Committee,Jacksonville : by PARCEL POST i iMen's ,
Reunion, 1914. 4
NOTICE Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
How about automobile :
you men of
Orlando? Will you form the first Half Soles, 1sc to 8sc | Modern 8-room Change of Schedule Clyde St. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c Johns River SteamersUntil
club for service?
House 2 doors further notice the steamersof OPTICAL.REPAIRIN'G
Children's Half Soles,$0c to 750 Osteopathic Physician
Hand Turned Soles, l this line will leave Sanford at
Jl.oo
The canning factory at Molina will Heels Repaired, 250 west of Wyoming 11:30 o'clock a. m. 132 Orange Avenue
in about
three
begin operations
weeks. The plant will can as' muchas All work returned in 34 hours. Hotel. Bargain. N. M. TUPPER, Sapt Next door to People's Bank,
Orders J. B. CALDER, AgentSanford
without remittance
100 bushels of sweet returned up-stairs. Acute and chron
potatoes per C. 0. D. We pay Fla, March 26, 1914-
day and will be prepared to handle return postage. ic diseases treatedTelephone
products from the farmers. The can- If you want your bicycle fixed ina
aBailBMHIIIMHMBHiMIHilBKBW hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578.W. DR. L H. RAMSDELL
ning factory will be,lighted by elec
A. Hanson Shop. 12-5-tf.
: tricity ,and arrangements, will be A. L. Bentley, OPTOMETRIST
made for the town of Molina to be 19 East Pine Street Sentinel want advertising shortens, T. EXTRICAN,
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Ukinf
10 E. AMELIA Makes a specialty of painting, paper- )
AVENUE
,from the canning factory ORLANDO FLORIDA
/lighted/
cheapens and simplifies any real estate ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
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In Tampa the Aboard of educationis imtlMIMMMmilMIMMHMMIMMiMilHtlMI. HltlllHIIiiHMittltlimillliltltliMIIMMilliM
CYPRESS TO BE O OPENED[ [ BY proposing to give moving picture i iI i

shows at the schools during the sum- EASTER HATS RECITALMISS
NEW RAIlROAD UNE .
mer holidays. The pictures will be

of educational value, because they are I I JULIA BROWN, REED Reader

to be selected for the purposeand : --
Atlantic Coast Line Said to Be Pre
paring to Extend From Sebringto will embrace geographical, hygienicand : "George Eliot's Armgar \1"
historical matter. The children Reduction
Immokalee : Special
will not be required to see the pic- .
I I Knowles Hall Winter Park Florida
,
tures, but will likely be interestedand
Kissimmee, Fla., April 11.-The
Osceola Journal prints an exclusive considerable information will On all Pattern Hats from April 4th to j j i Wednesday, April 15,1914
doubtless be acquired by them in this

line story of relating the Atlantic to the Coast extension Line of railroad the- way.-Times-Union Short Talks. : April 11th.USSES. : 8.15 pm, ADMISSION 50c, j [

from Sebrinij, DeSoto .county, I : MMtlMtMIIIMMIttlMMMttMHIHIIIimMinH
Total building permits issued in - _. ---
south to Immokalee, Lee county, a i' MILTON & DUNN :
distance of about seventy-five miles. Jacksonville during March, 1914, 88 HMMItllliMiMIMMHMMIMIMMMOMMIMMMMOur
in number, amounted to $239,023 in t II
Within the last ten days a special I I _

train containing Atlantic Coast Line the matter of estimated valuation. : for CorsetsMcCall's ,:
Barclay
Agents
Among the permits issued the largestwas .
Srillg
officials passed through Kissimmeeon I [ illill r
for the Mills professional building -
their way to Sebring. It is under- : Patterns :
which will be erected at a cost
stood that they were on a tour of I I
of .$85,000 and will be situated on MIIMMMMtlllillMHMIMHIItMMMMMMMMMLouisville .
inspection preparatory to actual con- .
Forsyth street between and !!!! .. .-
Hogan -
struction. The right of way was se- -, : new line for the Spring
Laura streets.POLITICAL.
cured some time ago from Sebring, I I'I I'' : and Summer season of 1914 is

and it is expected that actual .construction I $ Nashville R. R. : now complete. Never in the history

will commence within a very ANNOUNCEMENTS
of our business have we
short time.
FOR REPRESENTATIVEI OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO t been able to show such a line of
The new extension will skirt the

western shore of Lake Istapoga and hereby announce my candidacy for Rep CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE, new and timely goods for Easter

direction resentative from Orange county, subject to INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO Our line of Dress
then run in a southwesterly the action of the Democratic primary to be selling.

across Fish Eating creek to Labelle, held June 2nd. GRAND RAPIDS PITTSBURG, BUFFALO. Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery -
J. H. REESE.
cross the Caloosahatchee river at that, I Ready-to-Wear goods and
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.
town and from there to Immokalee.The FOR REPRESENTATIVEI ............ notions is complete-the stylesare
Lv. Jacksonville 8:16 pm Jacksonville ............ 8:05
Empire Land company and the hereby announce my candidacy for Rep- Ar. Knoxville .............12:00 n'n Ar Montgomery ........... 8:50 pa am varied enough to suit
resentative from Orange subject to ..............
county Ar. Lexington 6:40
pm Ar. Birmingham ...........12:10 n'n
Southern States Land and limber the action of the Democratic primary to be Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 pm the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
company, who own vast tracts of land heel June 2nd. Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35 am purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
S. S. GRIFFIN. Ar. Detroit ................. 7:45 am Ar. St. Louis .............. 7:40 am every
in the"vicinity of the new railroad, Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38 am Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
FOR REPRESENTATIVE ............
will now be able to throw these land; Yielding to what appears to be the desire Ar.Ar.Indianapolis Louisville ............ 9:00 7:00 pm am DIXIE FLYERAr. the 1st until the 12th of Apri at 15 to 25 per cent

on the !market which up U now have of heading citizens in almost every pre- Chicago ............... 7:10 am cheaper than the regular prices.
cinct of that of the
Orange county one can
lain idle owing to the difficulties of didates to be nominated for Representativein DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
the primary election of June 2nd should The fastest train to the WelL Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
transportation.The he from the country precincts. I hereby. announe Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ...........12:00 n'n you our line if you will call on us.H1 .
Immokalee terminus .myself- : --- Ar. St. Louis .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
of this a candidate.A.. B. NEWTON Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 am
new line will bring the Atlantic Coast

Line railroad to within about thiriy MEMBER BOARD TIONI OF PUBLIC INSTRUC- Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L. & N. Diners. No Better
miles of the northern terminus of the Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast. No Dust or
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
Dirt.
Deep Lake railroad, which has been re-election to the office of Member of SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train with dining ears, K m New York Bargain Store v
Board of Public Instruction, Orange County, coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleveland I
constructed and is now in operationfrom frees District No. S, subject to the coming and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Direct I
the Everglades, which is situ- primary. Very respectfully connections to Toledo, Detroit. PitUWg, Buffalo. 4
WM. EDWARDS. HMIMHMMIIIMOIMMIIIIIIIMMIIIimMIMMMMtlUMIMOBMIMMmitn
DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
ated about eight miles inland from Zellwood. Fla. with coaches, dining cars drawing room compartment and observation sleeper -

the Gulf of Mexico and through the FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION night through outMONTGOMERY to St. Louis. on Dixie Limited over 5 hours fastest and only one ---N

Ten Thousand islands. This railroadis I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor I
ROUTE has sleepers through to St. Louis daily and connecting -
re-election to the office of Supervisor of .
about thirteen miles in length and Registration for Orange County, subject to sleepers to Chicago.For ..

was built primarily to transport the the 1914.Democratic primary to be held June 2nd reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H. It

products of an immense citrus groveat FRANK H. WILLIAMS. C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway, : J.
134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville _
Deep Lake, which amount to between FOR SHERIFFI 2-26-eod-2m -

fifty and seventy thousand Sheriff hereby of announce Orange myself County,as subject a candidatefor to the II II ORLANDO

boxes annually, and also to reach vast Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. I
.
FRANK GORDON.
tracts of cypress owned by the Deep FOR SHERIFFI -- -- -- I

Lake company. :

There being only about thirty miles office announce of Sheriff myself of Orange as a candidate County, Florida for the, r ,

between these points it does not needa subject to the Democratic primary. I am a Water & Co. j
native of Orange county. In asking the votes Light
great stretch of imagination to see of my fellow citizens, I pledge myself to dis- Hammond &Gore !
these charge the duties of the office without fearor
points united in the not far distant -
favor to any man for the upholding of the
future, which will give the Atlantic laws and the preservation of peace and good i
order in the county. I J
Coast Line railroad an outlet WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. \

into the Gulf of Mexico with magnificent COUNTY COMMISSIONERI I ElectricityGas
am a candidate for the office of County -
possibilities in view. Commissioner of Orange county from
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
The mysterious region of the "Big District 2. If elected I promise to serve the
people to the best of my ability, having resided
Cypress" lies about half way between here a number of years, I am qualified COMPARE I
to know the needs of the section and
Lake
Deep and Immokalee, and is be- the people. Water Ice

lieved to be the last big body of cypress Respectfully,

that is left in this country. Apopka, Fla.FOR A. C. STARBIRD OUR FURNITUREWe

When these two points are joined the COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce n-yrelf a candidate for provide the furniture that has Central Ave.
road will probably run right throughthe re-election as Commissioner from District No. quality long Office:---No. 18 West
middle of the cypress, and this 3, Orange county, Florida, subject to the been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the .

melancholy swam, which for centu- June action 2nd ef,the 1914.Democratic primary to be held standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

ries has heard only the cries of the J. L. DILLARD.FOR wouldn't beliere were it otherwise. We can't make
COMMISSIONER this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
limkin and the heron, will respond to I hereby announce myself a candidate for No. 6.UMIIIIMIMIIIIflilHitm
this business and that means much to buyer. Telephone
the axe of the woodsman and the reelection as County Commissioner from any .
District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to
shrill whistle of the locomotive bearing the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your

the message' of civilization support will be greatly M.appreciated.0. OVERSTREET.FOR MeNEUL & DAVIS BLOCK

through the vast stretches of this fer- COUNTY COMMISSIONERI ,

tile but empty land. I hereby County announce Commissioner myself, Orange as a candidatefor County,, Gor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, Fla. I

District Four, subject to the action of the L J
Democratic primary, June 2nd 1914. I will
DON'T DISCUSS THIS? greatly appreciate your support Yours truly.C. -. __- .- : 'MlllilllHMHtltlttlMMIHMIIHIItMMMMMMimttllMMMHXIIMIIilMM1 '.

J. SWEET. I
Which is the better companion, the Pine Castle Fla.

dirt-stained, hard :working housewife, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER UliillMIMMIMIililliM
I announce myself as a candidate for reelection -
or the clean, lazy one? That is the to the office of County Commissioner
question which a menus club in Brazil Orange County, District Five subject
to the decision of the Democratic primary,
Ind., selected as .a subject for June 2nd 1914.

debate. The novelty of the subjectis Respectfully E. L., BROWNFt THE FREE SEINGMACH1NE

about equal to the fate of the man Christmas Fla.

C who argues in favor of the clean idle FOR TAX ASSESSOR
I hereby announce my candidacy for the
wife, if his wife is the hard workingkind
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub-
should she hear his views on ject to the action of the Democraitc primary
} called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and
the subject. elected I pledge you my faithful service.

It goes without saying that the ARTHUR BUTT. VICINITY TO BECOME
WE WANT EVERY WOMAN IN THIS CITY AND.
man will win the debate who argues FOR COUNTY TREASURERI THE
hereby announce myself a candidate for THOROUGHLY ACQUAINTED WITH THE FREE SEWING MACHINE,
that the who has maids
woman no or Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the
servants and who does her own house- Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914.J. MOST BEAUTIFUL AND most highly improved sewing machine in the world. { "

work, who looks like a turbaned Turkon -' H. TUCKER. 1-T1'f\: For this purpose, we have designated a day to be called FREE day on which date

sweeping an.d dusting days and hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTORI myself as a candidate I ; our store will be turned over to an expert from the FREE Sewing machine factory *
who gets all dirtied up between romp for re-election.to the office of Tax Collectorof --
Orange County, subject to the Democratic who invites every woman to attend. t'
ing with the babies and baking the primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If reelected -
bread is the better I pledge to you my faithful serviceas
companion.The THE FREE
I have endeavored to give in the pastW. SATURDAY APRIL 18th AT 3 O'CLOCK, .
"clean lazy" wife doesn't seem E. MARTIN.IMIIIillMliliMllllllH. ,

to have any place anywhere these SEWING MACHINE TO BE GIVEN AWAY t=
{
busy days. If she's not sweeping or -
t
.dusting or cooking or minding the In order to make it an incentive for you to come and see the FREE at our '

baby, she is, perhaps, out trying to A Genuine Bargainin store we will give away FREE OF CHARGE to one of you who will be in the audience
add to the of the sex at the
power Real EstateGood in our store on demonstration day, one of these beautiful and most modern
polls or in debates on questions of

some importance, to them tt least. sewing machines. .;; .Jil
eight.room house,

SCISSORIAL SENTIMENTS with connected kitchen LOOK FOR YOUR DEMONSTRATION CARDIf

-, twenty acres first class landal one of these cards have not been delivered at your home call at the sewing machine department 2nd floor of the

a a As proposition a rule the is rarely man who able organizes to keep :. Orange cleared Trees, ,315 in first bearing class store and get one. They cost nothing and are valuable to you. You may be the one to receive this handsome The FREE

up with it. condition, fine bloom. Landcan Sewing machine. r

easily be subdividedinto
five-acre tracts is COME TO THIS SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION AT THE BIG STORE, ON APRIL 18th {
Many things would go without say- on
ing if people had wisdom enough to road to Conway, 2 1-2 This will be an unusually interesting event, to every woman, as you will see in The FREE a sewing machine that j

get them. miles from Court House, runs lighter, sews faster, makes a better stitch, saves timeand material, saves labor and is superior to any sewing ma- 1'

road on two sides, main chine. Come and see why this is so, and, in addition, you may be the one to receive! the FREE sewing Machine, which will
The man whose wife takes in washing road will be bricked this '
Has rural be given away. ;
is usually long on words and year. .delivery,

short on action. and shool wagon. Sold to THE FREE SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
close and estate. CHEAPfor

.; Even the most expensive perfumery cash, or very reasonable .. .. C. HUGH DAVIDS, MGR., S"
terms will be made.
may be bought for a scent. '

LORD & BRADSHAW : Yowell-Duckworth Department Store

SEED! SEED! SEED! :
't Garden and field seed. DeLaney &: Exclusive Agents "

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTS B. Y. P. U. CONVENTION AT ences, which proved very beneficial I ,t. 1.1 I 1.1 I I 1.1 IIII 1"1111 i It' f. . .t .

, SANFORDThe Business session was then opened. i
(i South Florida Sentinel '(By W. S. Branch) Reports 'of committees were I

.: MORNING AND WEEKLY Cheer up. There will be another B. Y. P. U. convention for the Nominating committee heard.I I!

JOSlAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. legal holiday April 26, and it will note Third District of Florida met at San- following names for office, which' DOES O[ 1 THIS 1 1 INTEREST 1

) long before the Thursday after- ford April 3th, at '::30 p. m., at the were accepted:

Entered, u Second at the GM postoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. FlorIda noon dosing will begin. Baptist church, the following socie- Mr. W. D. Oakley, Jacksonville,

i # ties being represented: Grace Baptist, presidentMr. **W. : ."*
'J SUBSCRIPTION RATES One would think that Arkansasman Reid Orlando vice-
Eugene ,
i Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 Jacksonville; Main Street Baptist, '
:: Daily 6 :Months ....................... 2.50Daily. with sixteen living undivorced Jacksonville; Orlando, Cocoa, Titus- president.Miss .
;t J Months ...................... 1.25 wives had about his share of trouble You?
Ruth Stewart Sanford
1 Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50 ville, Kissimmee, Pine Castle, and :: sec-
but some unappreciative judge sen- Sanford. retary.

J; Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 tenced him to ten years in the state's Press and resolutions committeesalso .
f} weekly 6 Months ..................... .75 The meeting opened with devotional -
prison The query arises, was the services led by Rev. Holt, of Kis- reported.Rev. .

V j TO ADVERTISERS: sentence one of justice or of mercy? simmee, who talked for thirty min- Wallace, of Jacksonville, ti. l4v4r. III'I""III'tttl"'lllllllltlll.
a short talk, which closed the
_ utes on "The Need for Preparation. gave
1. Copy for display and all other handset Congressman Frank Clark is to address The meeting was then turned over to afternoon meeting.On .
1- advertising mutt be handed in at the business 1,000 YARDS SHADOW LACE FLOUNCINGS. WE
. office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. the Southern club at Yale college the Orlando B. Y. P. U., a missionary leaving the church all delegateswere
" the day before publication. This rule applies on April 27. and will make a program being rendered by them. taken for an auto ride throughthe POSITIVELY HAVE THE NEWEST DESIGNS SHOWN *
to chances for contract advertising; it is
invariable and win be strictly adhered to. speech at the Confederate reunion in Mr. Eugene Reid. president of the celery delta which was greatly FOR THE COMING SEASON.

r- Jacksonville on May 6th. One seldom Orlando Union, introduced the speakers. enjoyed. .
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued BOUGHT TO SELL AT 35c. AND
hears a better all round orator than 7:30 O'clock 23
The Friday Night-
'i should notify the office in writing on general subject was "The C.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Mr. Clark, but it will :.be just a's well: Expansion of God's RedemptiveWork. Meeting opened by Mrs. Woods, SOc YD.- MONDAY, FOR QUICK
continued at the
::11. regular subscription rates
until notice to stop is received. for his popularity if he does not say ." Mr. A. P. Swaidmark talked who led a thirty minutes' devotional SELLING . . . . . .
much about his opinions on the canal .
"The meeting.For
very intercstnigly:: on Interde
TUESDAY APRIL 14 1914.
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tolls matter. pendence of the City and Country one hour Rev. Hugh Wallace,

t 1.S Churches. Miss Jennie Howard I'I cf Jacksonville, spoke to an extremely THE SECRET OFPERFECTGRACE

Cheer up; we're going to have some "Carving an Art" is the title of a then spoke about "America, the Hope '! 1 interested I.rc'ienon "The Ideal

I brick after all. recent magazine article. The real art of the World," dealing with home! Christian."

0i these days is to create an income suf- missions. She spoke very impressively Rev. J. P. Parsons, Cocoa, told of

To ask a man who is about to be ficient to purchase something to of the mountain schools; the Ne- the 1913 encampment at Lake City.

hanged if the noose is comfortable, is, carve. gro problem; and the chapel cars that Secretary Geo. Hyman read the

we should say, the ultima thule of are used by the mission board. Miss I program for the 1914 encampment.

, politeness.Mr. Tampa is going after "free base- DeLaney told of our work "Beyondthe Meeting then adjourned. The time Lays in a correctlyFittedCorset

o ball." That is, free so far as gate Seas," emphasizin the fact that and place of next convention to be

* Underwood was given an ova- charges are concerned, and it looksas there is no distinction between home decided by the officers.
though they were likely to get it.
tion when he returned to Washington and foreign missions. At the close
Hs nomination to the senatorship was Jut the liberal and enterprising busi- of her talk, she made an earnest appeal THE COST OF BRICK STREETSAs
ness men who are putting two and :,,
up
to Christian people to heed the
in
to
pleasing everybody congress, three hundred the time is approaching when : i4
dollars each to pay the ri'V
call of the lost souls the
; Mr. Hobson. across seas.
except the streets will be bricked, is it not
expenses probably can not see where Hon. D. L Thrasher delivered
} o an well to consider all the conditions
the "free" business comes in so far address of welcome on behalf of the bearing on this important matter?
Dorothy Dix says the woman demands as they are concerned. But free base- city of Sanford, to which Mr. Oakley One of the first things to consider is 1
of the man she loves that he ball looks good to us and we believe the cost. We have voted $100,000 for
the of the convention from
president the work and there will be
: be a cash register, sweetheart, phil- the business would rather an assess-
average man -
Jacksonville, very graciously re- ment of as much more in addition.
and slave. Hence the increasing
osopher
put his money into a subscriptionand sponded.The This large amount should be madeto
1, number of divorces. have free baseball as an adver- meeting then adjourned to pave as many miles as possible in
'if o tisement for the town than put it order to satisfy all interested and
;'i Miami had a hanging last Friday into admission tickets. Especiallywhen meet Friday morning at 9 o'clock. also to make the city as attractive to

4 and Palm Beach has had two Friday-9 A. M. visitors as we pan.
county the home
team gets beaten. In cities the between
called to order President some space
tragedies within the past few days. .... .... .... Meeting by curbs has been reduced to 18 feet and
rf Palm Beach may manage to get a Speaking of the recent revival of W. D. Oakley, who led a short in others to 24 feet. The latter seems
devotional service.
t hanging from them and be abreast of to give perfect satisfaction where it
interest in "The Mikado, which is Mrs. Hyman explained the method has been adopted, and has resulted in

g its rival. shortly to be rendered here by the used in the B. Y. P. U. for the BibleReadets' more miles of paving than could oth-
o erwise be secured. The taken
Mendelssohn club, some one has remarked space
Course, which was followedby from the is added to the
Col. Tummus Appleyard, secretary roadway
that it is wonder
no people
a general discussion. parkway, which adds very much to
i of the press association, avows that it to the later comic
prefer operas, The Study Course was ably discussed the beauty of the street. But as an
]: there will be no politics in the meeting because a man and his wife can discuss economical measure it is the most
J! of the editors at Fort Myers. Howis it after they get home withoutthe by Mrs. H. A. Wood, presidentof important. Allowing 36 brick to the
Main Street B. Y. P. U., Jackson- yard and a street 36 feet from jJ
it that there will be no politics of the children square
necessity turning I curb to curb each lot of 60 feet will
" there when CoL Tummus himself expects all out of doors before the talk be- ville.Our
Standard of Excellence was save 40 square yards of brick, whichat
i to be present? gins. the price contracted for will be a
taken Miss Clara Mullen of
'.> o- up by saving of about $45 for each lot of
.s Mr. Lind has arrived in Washington \ Sanford, who was assisted by Mrs. 60 feet, or $90 for each 60 feet of
A
Chicago man pulled the long Kennedy and Mr. Coulbourne. street counting both sides. This does
from Mexico and had his little
feather out of a lady's hat after it Rev Holt Kissimmee then delivered not include the cost of laying the OBICORSETS'
-
'
talk with the He left Mex-
; president. had him and the I brick.
annoyed judge acquitted -
' the B. Y. P. U.
readingthe
sermon
ico his because tI CHAUNCEY HOLT.
at
own request !rewas him on the fact that the
lull in 12th chapter of 1st Corinthians, .
i a the negotiations. If et adornment nuisance. The
was a judgewas
and bringing out:how efficiency could LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
interchange depened Mr. Lind It
upon and the
right
on same groundsany not be obtained without harmony. While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or
that there lull.
is not strange was a
should be allowed to
lady
t pull Meeting adjourned to meet at 2:30p. "News" sightseeing automobilesfor
o
cigars and cigarettes from
away gen- Lookout Mountain, Point Park,
Palatka is laying claim as the convention -
tlemen ? when
( ) they are smoking in m.Frday
t city of Florida, having en- street cars, cafes and elevators.The Afternoon-2:30 O'clock Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary THE VERY NEW "BON TON" MODELS NOW
tertained number already Afternoon sessi:n called to order Ridge and historical points. For res-
of
a gatherings BEING DISPLAYED ARE NOTABLE FOR THEIR
by president. ervations, address 910 Market street.
this, year and having a more
I PLASTIC AND SUBMISSIVE CONTOURS.
.J numerous list for the future. Palatka Panama Man is coming to Junior B. Y. P. U. work was' thoroughly 3-3-Apr.

f1;. is going forward with great strides, town. It discussed, led by Rev. Hyman. THERE IS A PLEASING LIMPNESS OF

if and in this wise is keeping pace with Program making was also takenup Sentinel want advertising serves LINES; A FLOWING LITHE SILHOUETTE THAT

i other Florida towns of the same class. Job printing at the Sentinel all Unions giving their experi the seeker and the offerer equally RENDERS ADEQUATE SUPPORT, YET DOES
f
o NOT RESTRICT ANY PART OF THE FORM
It was no surprse to Senator HlllimillllllMMMIimttlllllMMMMMtMeMltMMIIimiMMMHIMHMHSPECIAL
II Fletcher's friends that President Wil- NAUGHT HAS BEEN OMITTED IN THE

son has denied the allegation that the FOR 10 DAYS ONLY: "BON TON" CORSETS THAT CAN IN ANY WAY

senator is a reactionary. The presi- CONTRIBUTE TO MAKE THE FASHION'S FA V-
We offer an elegant Oriental Talcum Powder for 25c. Sample box
dent says that Senator Fletcher has soc ORIOE AMONG CAREFULLY ATTIRED LADIES
'supported the policies of the admin- FREE for ladies.McELROY'S.
I.t WHO WOULD AVOID THE MERELY CO DION-
i istrtaion throughout, not only loyally PLACE.
but with energy. The president's endorsement PHARMACY

will be of great value tog WE STOCK THEM FROM
Senator Fletcher. : | PHONE 20 RELIABLE DRUGGISTS

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h<> tIMIIIIIIIIMMIIMIMIilllllillllillllliHIIIIMII 111111111111111
$3.00 to $25.00
The Miami Herald very sensibly

suggests to the people of Miami that

2 they allow Mr. Bryan to follow the

advice of his physician to rest whileon

his visit to Miami. The Herald '
A 36-Inch Linen !
I reminds its readers that the town of: ; Special

Pass Christian gained a national rep-

utation by not intruding upon the "- GENUINE IRISH MANUFACTURENATURALCOLOR !

ff president during his month's resi- "
EVEN
; FINE, WEAVE-ALL PURE FLAX
dence there, and hopes that Miami Are You Invited i
IDEAL FOR SUMMER SKIRTS AND
will be equally considerate of Mr.

Bryan. to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where DRESSES-ALMOST HALF PRICE 2 3 C

o AT YARD . . . . . . .
a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure
I The Lakeland Telegram has issued .
invitations to the formal opening of you will be interested in 'our display of the newest and

its new building Wednesday evening. most artistic designs inCUT OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs
It gives the Sentinel pleasure to add

its felicitations to the many the Tele;
GLASSThere a great help to our out-of-town customers,
is receiving this evidenceof
gram upon
make use of it whenever you can. Samples or information
its prosperity. The Telegram is
are so odd pieces and cheerfully given. We all charges.
filling its field admirably, and the fact many attractive sets prepay
Write for of illustrated mail order cat-
one our
' that the paper has been able to con- here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.
We invite values.
a logues. comparison
struct a three-story building for its .
We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe
growing business is evidence that its

ply patrons appreciate its efforts substan- more acceptable.T.H.Evans.

{ tially. We wish the Telegram continued -


I success. o DicksollIvosDEPARTMENTAL Co1

1. Again the divine and enduring

quality of mother love has been dem-
onstrated for the world to observe

'$ and appraise in its steadfastness and

t The who remained
purity. person
with the doomed gunmen until the
STOREORLANDO'S R[
hour of their execution and the only [ [

one who is reported to have collapsed
* the JewelerOPPOSITE
' after the ordeal was the mother of

Dago Frank. The tie which binds a FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEtllllHIIIIIMMl
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mother to her child is sweeter,stronger -

and more lasting than it Is pos- POSTOFFICE

sible for the terms of love, affection, Orange e Ave. Orlando n nl

attachment, to convey. It is the one

thing holy on earth which may not EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

be touched without profanation save .

with prayer. -- l iii II It IIIIIIII I .1111111. ... -

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MHiMMMMMMMMmMMilMMMMIMM' THE PANAMA MAN IS oOI GD GD GD GDO> ,0. =
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'I FAVORITE THEATRE |
COMING TO TOWN


: You ll MllSt t H Eat t Cv J Ii The.largest importation of geunine av i| ROBINSON Open9a.m.to10:30P.M.I STARKEY Managers I


Panama hats ever brought to Florida A
I Admission 5 cents
will be sold this week at 134 Orange IDallDCDallDODOIIDODOIIDODall jj H
EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. avenue, next to the People's National Q

: That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes bank. Buy from the importer at half 101 Bison. "The Black Marks." A2reel "Gel ItI It t llen's"
price-at $1.95 and $2.75-and save drama written by Grace Ca-
'that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en : middlemen's profits. My reputationas nard.
Joker. "In the Year 2014." A

.. gine. a Panama hat importer is well comedy: showing how things will look .11. ...
known to the people of the Northeastern in one hundred years from now, when
: No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Caramels : states. Imported direct in the women will vote and the men will
do the work.
Taffies, etc. the rough. Molded and built to satisfy Price 5 cents.FUNERAL Ask Your Friends
4
the individual taste of each lady
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FRESH EVERY DAY. and gentleman. Get a real geunine
4 OF MISS LUCYM. \Vhy they buy from usthey
Panama hat fresh and brand new
from the South American republics. HOLLY will tell you, it is
Funeral services over the remainsof
Remember, if you buy your Panama
> Miss Lucy M. Holly were held at
elsewhere we both lose. Hollywood cottage, Taft, at 9 a. m. BecauseWe
' BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN[ MARK M. SABLO. Thursday, April 9th, jointly conducted -
: Watch the Panama Man! by Rev. Ash, of the M. E. church,
: and Rev. Murphy, of the Baptist rI
church. I have the goods, we have
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The home of pure home-made Candies, %FUNERAL OF J. F. LUTHER Vocal churches leaders from united the in above singing mentioned as- LI the price and give you

4 II I the opening selection "Beautiful Isle prompt, courteous and pleasing -
The funeral of Capt. John Frederick of Somewhere." Other songs equally J
: Orange Avenue : Luther. who died Sunday nightat fitting were rendered; while the service.Come.
prayer offered and remarks made by
I.
I 11:50, was held at 4 o'clock yesterday the cler I
4 : officiating ymcrr were aptly
I
,
.w'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. afternoon, the procession chosen and touching. and See
forming at the undertaking establishment Floral tributes were many and
---- beautiful, and many states were rep-
of Hammond & Gore. The
Mrs. Jeanette resented among the large crowd that
Childress who has
it services were conuucta] at the grave attended the funeral.A .
WADE i been spending the winter with her by Rev. Dr. John W. Stu, followed: sister. Miss Julia E Holly, sole 1 Allen & Co

I| cousin, Mrs. A. G. Branham, on Lucerne by a brief ritualistic ceremony by the survivor of the family, followed the ,
THE TUNER Circle left for Sanford remains. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R.
yesterday -
of which the deceased
ORLANDO, FLA. to take the boat trip down the Knights Templar, Guynn, of Tampa, formerly of Iowa, JewelersPrompt
I'I was a member. The pall bear- and Miss Lydia J. Ryall, late of Put-
![St Johns, en route to her home in ers were Messrs. V. W. Estes, George in-Bay Island Ohio, cousins of the

i i|.I Nashville. McCulloch, Owen S. Robinson, E. G. deceased, were also attendants. Repairing.

Mr. T. H. Whitney. of Rohland,I II!I j Ii i Julian Harris was the lucky boy Duckworth, Charles Jordan and W. tery Burial in the was heart made of in the a little pine! woods ceme- Everything Guaranteed.

Me., is in Orlando today. a guest at ;i who won the ten dollar pair of tiresI H. Reynolds. three miles from Taft. Automobiles

the San Juan. 1|I given to the. one that guessed closest! Capt. Luther was born in New kindly tendered by Taft residents
I conveyed thither the funeral
to the number of balls in the bottle York October 24 1850. He party.
L W. Mims, of Talladega, Ala., was a Other conveyances also joined the
:eturns. to his home today after his 'that was displayed in the window of :. member of the Old, Guard, a military procession.

third winter in Orlando. I j Young's Repair Shop. His guess of organization famous for its excellence "Nearer, My God, to Thee" was
'737 was just 5 over the number. in those days. He served in the sung by the choir, and the words,
Messrs. J. 1,. Clark and G. Hess, Earth to earth, and dust to dust"
of Ashland, Ohio, are among the late II Miss Dorothy Farley, bookkeeper Twenty-second New York National spoken by the officiating minister, lb. .cJ!
arrivals at the San Juan. j I for Mr. Magruder at the Empire ho- Guard and won his title of captainin concluded the ceremonies, and the =[01nMMMiMiimitmitiniiiiimiiimiiMiiiiH. .L
that service. He was a member of aged sister was left to unbroken rest
tel has returned to her
Georgia
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Mr. and Mrs. Clark Robertson Shriners and where wood violets creep, and the
are Mecca Temple, Mystic
I home. All who met this young lady mocking bird keeps vigil in the pine *
deceiving congratulations upon' the was. also a member of the Elks. He
either in business or socially, found
arrival of a son Sunday evening. her a most attractive and estimable, was an honored member of the Or- tops.Born in Elyria, Ohio, in 1831, the : Cheese! Cheese!
deceased in early girlhood removed
lando Volunteer Firemen's associa- I
Mrs. Florence Lewis has returned I true woman, and each one deeply regrets with parents, brothers and sisters to I
from a week's trip spent on the West her leaving. tion, and the members of that organ- Put-in-Bay Island, Lake Erie, where : We have received another
i I ization attended the services in a Later she shipment ;
Coast and is again at Eola Cottage. many years were spent. I
Messrs. Ray Chapman and E. G: body. Captain Luther had lived in became a resident of Blyde, Ohio; I of the New York famous cream cheese.

Miss Maud Prendergast and Miss Moore, with several young ladies, Orlando six years, but had become thence removing to Taft. :
left last for Miss Holly was known as a woman I
Lena Waltman in
night were Daytona yesterday viewingthe
well identified with the town, and was
I of character and esteemed for
high ,
New York the winterin : Good CoffeeTry
after spending races. While there they had the
known to all the residents and was her many excellent traits. Her last I
Orlando. misfortune to break the rear axle of: highly regarded by all who knew him. days were days of suffering.' but her I

Messrs. J. B. Gregory, T. E. Heidt, their car. They phoned in to the He was stricken with paralysis the I vide"final passage painless across and the "Great Di : a pound of our bulk coffee. A good
was peaceful.
Roy Roper, and V. H. Wright mo- Cook garage and a car was sent over evening of April 2. and died ten days coffee at
a cheap price.
tored in from Winter Garden todayin with a new axle. It was put in at later. He is survived by three sons TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYTO

Mr. Roper's car. once and the party made all speed for, and a daughter, Charles, of Beaufort,
home. We have some more Orange Blossom
Mrs. W. M. Davis and son, Master S. C.; John, of New York city; Ben, RENT-Eight rooms, bath, hot :

Billie, left Sunday for McLeansboro, 'Several Orlando attorneys, includ- of Hartsville, Conn., and Mrs. Charles water, electri !lights with spien-I Honey in the comb.

Ill., to visit Mrs. Davis' parents. Mr. ing Messrs. Carl B. Robinson, Victor Vance, of Hartford, Conn. His son did garden. Low rent to the right :
party. 308 West street. 4-14-31;
and Mrs. H. S. Beard. Starbuck and Jos. Jones, will journeyto Charles was with him at the time of: I
.
Mr. and Mrs. L P. Dean and family DeLand this morning to appear be- his death. The interment was in the WANTED-Two young men at busi-

i are now pleasantly located at the fore Judge Perkins in several mat- Orlando cemetery. ness college to work out part of THE SANITARY GROCERY

pretty residence on the corner of ters for their clients. Judge Perkins tuition. Orlando Business College.

Jackson and Liberty streets. has been out of the circuit for sev- FUNERAL OF W. B. HULL 4-14-3t CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hickman, who eral weeks, conducting court for FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedrooms
Bethel who has been ill for Mr. Wm. B. Hull, 84, died at 2:30
Judge for in
have spent the winter at the home of light housekeeping. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
months. o'clock Sunday afternoon his home modern home, close in. 312 North
W. E. Long, leave today at 3:13 for
-- Orlando. He of the Main street. 4-14-6t
near was' one
.
their home in Clarkesburg, W. Va.
RUMMAGE SALE oldest residents of Orange county,
:
Mr. Harry Waters, the popular San FOR SALE-One sewing machine ata CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
having come to this county from
Juan clerk left yesterday for a much bargain if sold this week. Cat
The ladies of St. Cecilia's Guild are Georgia fifty-six years ago. He was 205 Liberty street, 4-14-lt f FUNERAL DESIGNS
needed vacation. He will spend most
I planning a rummage sale, to be heldon one of the charter members of the
I of the time at Daytona and other
F Friday and Saturday of this week. Baptist church of Orlando, and his FOR SALE-Two show cases and ta- "IIIII '

East Coast towns. I Anyone having articles which they death, it is said, removes the last of ble. Reasonable if sold at onceGardner's -

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eveleth are en- this historic little band. He is Needlecraft Shop, 5 North
donate
are willing to for this sale are sur- 4-14-2t
Orange
joying a visit from their daughter, asked to notify either Mrs. Woodruff.Mrs. vived by five sons and five daughters, avenue. No.1 Bargains Left

Mrs. E. H. Paul, who arrived in Or- McKean or Mrs. Massey.The as follows: W. F. Hull, LaBelle, FOR SALE-First class hoisting en- The following has been offered for

lando Saturday from Kansas City, Fla.; J. W. and R. H. Hull, Miami; gine, wire, cables, eta, at half sale:

Mo. Mrs. Paul' was accompanied by Panama :Man is coming to S. B. Hull Oakland; J. G. Hull, resid- tional price. bank.J. F. Ange, over People's 4-14-3t Na- No. 1. 3 acres of good land, im.

her friend, Miss Rota Griffith.A town. It ing at home; Mrs. S. B. Click, Wekiwa proved. 6-room house (plastered),

merry automobile party consist- Springs; Mrs. Lizzie Cussworth, FOR SALE just over city line. Sale price $1,100

ing of Misses Eloise Gassman, Zillah Opening of Piano Studio April 15th. residing near Orlando; Mrs. A. J. Lots $50 to $H)0.) $1 cash, $1 week- I cash; or time payments $1,200, $500

Shepherd, Abbie Jones, and Edith and For particulars address Mac Tall- Barber, Oviedo; Mrs. N. J. Osteen, a ly, no interest. cNIti1I cash and monthly payments of $15
Eloise Robinson, returned yesterday ,man Care Grand Theater, or Phone resident in the home, and Mrs. J. A. Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 month.
I No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m. acres land, lake front. $1,250. per
afternoon from Daytona Beach,where 4-3-lm. White, Jacksonville.The 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- No. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles oat, unimproved -

they have spent the past four days. funeral was conducted yester- lando. $10 per acre. ; good orange land; $25 per
Eat what you want. day afternoon from the home by Rev. 6 lots and 3 room house fn Orlando. acre, cash.

Take the Seaboard sleeper to Jack- Eat all you want. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, of the Baptist $12.50 per month gets. A.warranty LEWTER.deed.F. No. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber,
Take and it.
sonville. Leave 8:30 p. m. and arrive a postscript forget church. and the interment was in the 4-14-d&w-lm 5 miles out on proposed brick high-
For sale by all durggists.
in Jacksonville 6:45: a. m. 4-14-tf l-7-d&w-lyr city cemtery. way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared.

The Panama Man is coming to This can be bought for $20 per acre,
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town. 1t the same as some are asking $75 to
"llliliilMIMMMMitiiMlililMMIIIiMMIillliiiiMIMiilMMIIlin .
$150 for. Owner is North and wants

Eat what you want money.
Eat all you want. No. 4. 2 homesteads for sale cheap.If .
At The Lucerne. Take a postscript and forget it. \\\ \
H Today For sale by all druggists. ? \ wlTn you are interested get particulars.
SSING No. 5. I also have the cheapest
l-T-d&w.lyr \ \ ,
P
\ 3-4 acre lot, with 3-room house in the

Rubber Stamps made to order at BAuTY city of Orlando. in a white section. .
Warman's Repair Shop. 125tf. Price $375.

.1 If you want any property, city or
A PAINT
: ;' country; want to rent, or have prop
"Green Monster reel Reliance. FOR EVERY
eyed a two
Good Wood $1.50 PURPOSE erty service.to sell or rent, see me for good


"Carbon Copy," a one reel American. Betler Wood. $2 and $2.25 C CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND

r Best Wood $2.50 and
$2.75
And three other good reels. r. ; rrFm.1Ut BUSINESS EXCHANGE

This won't last long, U1D PqkT 1 19 W. Church St. Phone 398.

Stock up while you can. ) '


Thursday---"The Bridge that Failed," a most wonderful Orlando Wood Yard I1rcD4nn Ca OSTEOPATHYDR.

f three reel Eclectic full ot thrills and heart interest. J. C .HOWELL

104 W. Pine St. A. L. BECK LUMBER CO. Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo

B. W. KINGSlEf Proprietor Kiln Dried Lumber and Build extra charge for house treatment

ing Material. Telephone connections

Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. Office cor. Orange and Central A yes.

LUTHER THE FLORIST

Balcony: 5 Cents WOOD, COAL AND ICE Buy your garden seed from DeLa-
Cut' Flowers I ney & Abernethy. Just received a
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf

Continuous show from 2 p. m.. to 10 p. m. ROSES, VIOLETS, Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf I Sentinel want advertising bringsthe

CARNATIONS, PANSIES, SEED! SEED! SEED! to
probable buyers see your
prop.
Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
MM* ********* POTTED PLANTS Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf erty.

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.t GOOD FRIDAY We insure your life and loan you .'II"II'I""II""III'I'IIIIII.I"III'IIII 1
PEOPLE'S WANTSMONNIMAKERS money on real estate at 6 per cent ,
MAY BEES-AN ESSAYBy interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., .

Good Friday- comes two days before Claude L'Engle I! Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.

?* Easter. It was on this day, April S, 3-25-d&wtf ORLANDO O. W A"INGI0N"

** A. D. 29. that Christ was crucified.It Dont't Get Stung- I lent Notice, ett,ef for Lost this column Wanted,,2ic For for Sale.one day Far, FOR RENT

is a day of great solemnity in the May bees are good little insects I..iOc for three days or SLOG for OM week forZ5 WANTED-Ladies to bring their
words leu. Money most
Catholic church, and is also observedby the advertisement or for this column accompany u BO combings to us. Don't destroy .
the Greek and Anglican churches.It But they don't fly in June insertions will be made on credit. them. We will make what you want. DRAWING ROOM
stock and examineour
Come and see our
was formerly believed that bread In the June primary- If
FOR SALE work. We invite inspection.
baked upon this day and afterward Don't waste time on May An elegant modern home; four bed- you havn't the hair we supply it. Our SLEEPING CAR .

grated into water would cure any bees. rooms; two bath rooms; gas and electricity stock is genuine. We make every- -

physical ill In old Catholic England Some other man may be all ; throughout; fruit trees and thing to order. We pay cash for : VIATLNTICCOAST

. it was the custom on this day for the right for you in Congress; flowers 509 East Central avenue. combings.We beg. to announce that we have

king to bless rings and to endow Some other man may be in 2-15-tf. secured the exclusive agency for the

them with the power to cure cramps. line with. progressive De- well-known and popular Clow's Knit :
FOR SALE and L T LINE E EOEEN
card sam- H
It is on the morning of this day in Hosiery. Drop us a
"r, mocracy. Ntrsery stock, one, two, three and I pies will be submitted for your inspection :
, England that "hot cross buns" are Some other man may be four year old buds; Foster Early,! at your leisure. The goodswe I

_ sold. This bun is small, and unus- able to think for the people Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington handle are the kind that satisfy.
with marked in Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle* NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar- :
wally spiced, a cross after election,
FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf land St. 3-23-1 mo I
its sugary surface. In Hungary on But may be some other man I

Good Friday and a day or two pre- won't. FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house :

. ceding Good Friday the people take And may be you'll get For rent, three room suite for light garden and farm land, on Conway I

rods with them into the church and stung fooling with him. housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm. clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. : Tueliays Satlirifays H

._ beat each other "fresh and healthy." You know that Claude L.Orlando Coryell, Fla., 201 Concord Ave.3-31-tf west, 3-20-lm-d&w J all J JFOR i

. Many queer and even grotesque rites L'Engle is NOT a may be; FOR RENT-Two office spaces in :

tt are observed in various countries.The You know that he .will FOR SALE-Bargains in improved our store at No. 9 W. Church street.I '

use of fish on Friday was a very think and act for you, and unimproved land. See S. S. Come in and we will show you. Pierce : RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON ,

,ri old observance in the worship of va- Because he is now in Con- Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm Electric Co. 32tf : W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. '

rious goddesses of love, the fish be- gress doing this very thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. >

;_ ing supposed to impart virility and, When you can get a sure 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111. ORLANDO FLA.
I
| ; because of its own fecundity, being thing ,

:I adapted as a symbol of the lifegiving Don't risk the best chance II II George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .

properties of nature. Tertullian, re- that ever happened. One Left to Sell I G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

ferring to the custom of immersing Claude L'Engle has been ;1 Bungalow
IliMMHIHiiillllMmtMMtHIIIMIIMmiMTHE .
4 Christian converts, says: "We are time-tried and firetested ,1 .

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dfl fishes, born in the water, conformable in the fights for the I

j to the name of our Lord Jesus people's rights.He M. J. DAETWYLER : :1111111111'IIIIGIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIO" "I

i Christ, Icthus. It will be remem- is the one sure thing :
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:- bered that one of the disguised cross- for you in this race for I I
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ff es used prior to the conversion of Congress in the Fourth Phone 563FOR :

Constantine as a symbol of Christian District.He .

faith and the crucifixion of Christ is there for one term, II AltamonteAltamonte

was the impaled fish, often found on Keep him there for another 111111111"III'I'I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IJI "IIIIII' I:

the walls of the catacombs. The Vote for Claude L'Engle I
.
word is an acrostic on the letters of first.

the Greek name for fish, the whole Take a chance second SALE-Good upright piano; FOR RENT CHEAP-Four close in.room In- ': u nI
I has been used only three months; house, unfurnished,
reading, to the initiated, "Jesus quire after 4 m. at 207 Palmetto I
p.
will sell at a bargain. Call on Judge FlaA
Christ Son of God, Saviour." Eggs LaBar, at 5 W. Livingston avenue. street, near Presbyterian" church. : I Springs I

were used at first as supplying a 4-7-1 w 4-12-3t 1
NOTICE TO APPLY FOB BETTERS Phone 646 for Hudson and Chal- :
I symbol' of concealed life, and as an PATENT beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)
emblem of Resurrection of those FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one mers livery service. Auto repairinga I Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or-
Notice is hereby given that on the 28th day six specialty. Roy H. Barnard, 17 :
acre in bearing orange grove; The Altamonte has the mist beautiful and healthful
hidden in graves, as the meat of the of! April 1914 the undersigned whose names Hewey street, Orlando, Fla. 4-9-6t chestra, etc.
are subscribed will make application to the acres cleared; part of land suitablefor location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40
is hidden in the shell. The
egg cus- Honorable Park M. Trammell Governor ofthe gardening and trucking; located acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot-
tom of "picking eggs" is very old, State of Florida at his office in Tallahassee half mile from city limits on public MISCELLANEOUSFirst ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve

: and, so far as it can be traced, repre- corporation, Florida, for for Letters profit Patent organized for an under in- road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only

sents the survival of Christ and the Chapter; 5958 of the Laws of the State of care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf class Brazing a specialty at Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
Florida, the articles of incorporation
upon
Christian believer in_the conflict with hereinafter set forth. SWEET POTATO PLANTSI Warman's Repair Shop u Court St -

death in the the victor I' J. H. ROSS.B. 125tf. GEORGE E. BATES & SON PROPRIETORS i [
S game being, L HAMNER. will pay $1.00 per thousand for ,
T of course, the one whose egg broke L B. SKINNER. Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato One hundred and sixty of fine "
ARTICLE L until June 15th.P. acres SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND, MOUNT VERNON, N. II.
from
: the others and was not itself harmed. The name of this corporation shall be the plants now farm land, near Maning, North Dakota MMIIilllHIHOiilllUIIIIIHIimittMMMHMtlSouvenir .
Pine Castle Fla. .
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Shanibarger, ,
GROWERS' AND SHIPPERS'LEAGUE. under cultivation in
Good Friday is a legal holiday in FLORIDA. 80 acres _
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3-3Mm
good location. Will trade for
Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, ARTICLE IL orange
for which said corporation is, I grove or city property. For full particulars -
I Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota formed The purpose shall be the mutual co-operation ofita FOR SALE-Restaurant business, I address C. E. Piatt, Conway, Postal CardsYou
New Jersey. Pennsylvania, Ten- members for the purpose of advancing consisting of steel range, oil stove, Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw
and protecting their interests as growers cooking utensils, tables, chairs, and _
nessee, the Dominion of Canada, and of Florida agricultural t
shippers and marketers -
of all kinds.ARTICLE silverware. Will sell at bargain. Ad- FOR RENT-By the year or month,
Great Britain.-Exchange, products m. dress H. W. Rhodes. Winter Park, modern seven room house. Apply wish to
whether
The place where its principal business shalle Fla. 4-9-3t 217 East Robinson avenue. 4-4-8t have to buy them you
> transacted shall be in the City of Orlando -
COL. ROOSEVELT WILL COME Orange County Florida. HORSES FOR SALE-Weight 800 to find the
rt a ARTICLE IV. 1500 pounds. Prices right Dr. More help wanted? Room te letIr or not, so why not go where you can
OUT OF JUNGLE SOON ,The term for which said corporation shall
Dann's Transfer. 4-9.3t
Wienenga, wanted? Advertise in the Sentinel -
from the date of the
exist shall be fifty years
? If
issuance of ita Letters Patent. FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room Be sure to read the ads. intoday's finest quality and largest assortment
t Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, April 11.- ARTICLE V.
furnished house. Will rent all
The number of directors of said corpora. or Sentinel. They bring results,
The report that Col. Theodore Roosevelt tion shall be Nine but the Board of Directorsby part of it, by the month or year. we cannot show you twice as many different
expects to arrive at Manaos on a two-thirds vote of the members presentat Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman
any regular or special meeting, may increase 'I. W. T. ENTRICAN.
4-2-2wks
April 27 was confirmed today in tele- or decrease the number of said directors street. 'I'Offers to Orlando the newest and best styles of Orlando view cards as any other
the number of such
provided that
grams received by Dr. Lauro Muller, directors shall never be less than three. The FOR SALE-New two-story, five-\\of workmanship in the painting and
e Brazilion minister of foreign affairs. Board of Directors shall be elected at the room house, with bath. decorating trade. Phone 636. firm in the city, we will give you cards free
annual meeting of the members of this corporation Just off Lucerne Circle. 1.21.1m
every way.
The dispatches were sent by Brazil-
a
Wednesday
to be held on the first t
of of each but the Board of Directors Good bargain to prompt buyer. it.
May year
= ian officer accompanying Col. Roose- Make us
may change the date of any annual Owner, phone 466, city. Buy your garden seed from DeLa- of charge. prove
'
velt's expedition and by the governorof meeting so as to make it contemporaneouswith 4-10-eod-lmo ney & Abernethy. Just received a

the state of Amazon, and in spite !I the annual Society meeting by of giving the Florida ten State days big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
Horticultural
of the difficulties due to the rainy notice, thereof to all of the members. FOR SALE-One S. A. Wood's planer W. S. BRANCH,
The Board of Directors, at its first meeting and matcher, 6x24; one Hall & Why worry about cooking during 1 /
season, these messages say, the state shall divide the State of Florida into three Brown double surface planer, No. 45, the hot weather? Try the twenty
of health of the members of the expedition districts and no more than three directors 6x30. Address Overstreet Crate Co. I
five cent meals at the Arcade and Music Store .
shall be elected from any one of said dis- Restaurant I The Arcade Book
? who had arrived at Calama tricts. The Board of Directors at its first Orlando, Fla. 4ll6t'FOR 4106t.I
meeting and at its first meeting after each I
was excellent. annual election, I shall select from among SALE OR RENT-On easy -- -
F Anthony Fiala leaves Manaos to- themselves a President and two Vice-Presi- terms, 8 acres of fine land in city \\\\ \\\\ !
shall also have the .illMliiMIIIHHllMMM \\ \ ,jii
; morrow for New York. power dents to and appoint the Board a Secretary and to designate limits; 5 room house, small barn,I 11'111' MlililiiiitlflMMMHIIIIiMtltThere's \\\\\\\\

? a bank as Treasurer of said corpora Grove, 200 bearing trees; a good 12 .
tion, and it shall also have the power to em- room house, modern improvements,
SAID BY WISE MENThe ploy a General Manager and prescribe his on West Central avenue. Also a new I Here
and duties. At the first annual meet- Show
ing powers three directors shall be elected for one 7 room house, nicely finished, modern III a Style
z honesty has the year, three directors shall be elected for two improvements. Inquire No. 6 Terry I
more a man
years and three directors shall be elected for street, city. 4.9.1w
a less he affects the airs of a saint- three yars, and thereafter at the annual I
: election directors shall be elected to fill the .
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Lavater. offices of those three directors whose terms
M have expired. WANTED : in the Year
The names and residences of the directorsof II Every Day
Nothing is less in our power than said corporation selected for the first year,
and until their successors shall be elected FURNISHED FLAT to rent toluln"mer : ,
the heart, and far from commanding, and have accepted said office shall be: ; rent very reasonable; good I
w'are forced to obey it-Rousseau. L. B. Skinner, Dunedin, Florida.J. tenants chief consideration. Apply
H. Ross, Winter Haven, Florida.J. :
C. Chase Jacksonville Florida. R. S. B., this office. 4-10-lw 1 Home makers will find a visit through our
H. C. Schrader Jacksonville Florida.H 1
Genuine of heart is
;simplicity a E. Heitman, Fort Myers, Florida. WANTED good roll top desk. 1
4 healing and cementing principle. B. L Hamner. Tampa, Florida. Must be a bargain for cash. Ad- : We have here the
treat.
H. J. Drane Lakeland, Florida.W. dress "H. Sentinel. 4-ll-3t big store an interesting
: Burke. C. Temple Winter Park, Florida.J. care I:

x R.WITNESS Davis. Bartow.WHEREOF Florida.IN the. subscribers WANTED-Unfurnished house, 7 or : most delightful of necessities for the furnishingof

Heroism-the divine relation have hereunto set their hands and seals on more rooms, close in. Phone 634. I
this the 30th day of March 1914.J. .
T which in all times, unites ,a great H. ROSS (Seal). 4-10-7t
man to other men.Carlyle.Be B. L, HAMNER (Seal). the modern home.
L B. SKINNER (Seal). WANTED-Position as chauffeur.
J. C. CHASE (Seal). Will give references. Address 522
H. C. SCHRADER (Seal). W. Church street. (..113tI
careful to make friendship the
H. J. DRANE (Seal).
at
child and not the father, of virtue.- J. R. DAVIS (Seal). We specialize in high-grade furniture a
WANTED Position cook and
H. C. HEITMAN (Seal) I as
: Sir P. Sidney. W. C. TEMPLE. (Seal). laundress, or general housework. and
State Orange of Florida County., Address 522 W. Church street. moderate price. We invite you to come in

Sin is the only thing in the world Before me, the undersigned authority personally 4-ll-3t

which never had an infancy that known to appeared be one W.of the C. Temple persons described to me well in WANTED-Position as cook or to do look over the display.

knew no minority.-South. and who executed the foregoing articles of general housework. Address "Eng
7 incorporation, and who duly acknowledged the
execution thereof to be his free act and deed. lish. care Sentinel 4-10-3t
Witness my hand and official seal this 30t
day of March 1914. HOTEL FOR LEASEWe TERMS RIGHT
HIVE PRETTY HAIR H. H. YOWELL, Notary Public. PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT

__My_commission____expires_ n January___ __8th.__1916.__
have 73-room house Lake
a on
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Thick, Soft, Fluffy and No Dandruff I I Two high grade young Jerseys and Erie, just 12 miles from Cleveland on
Parisian hard surface roads and trolley line. MHMMBBl HMMBM H MHBBB HM M MHBB HfcMM HMHil H HMaa BlMMHiV l><> >
-use SageIf one native milch cow; free milkers !
your hair is, losing its natural and perfectly gentle. I Abundance of traffic and last year .
color, coming out and splitting, or One eight year old horse, works which was the first, was decidedly '
lacks that enviable softness, gloss single or double;' also have a good successful under the management of '
and beauty, do not despair-pretty five year old horse that works extra the owner, who now has other busi Snowden
hair is largely a matter of care. If good under the saddle not afraid of ness to take all his time. House is Kincaid & ;
it is harsh and brittle soften it up train or auto. newly furnished, has electricity and rzORLANDO'S

-lubricate it. If you have dandruff One light, two-horse wagon, har- all conveniences, bath houses, garage.
it is because the scalp is too dry Reasonable leasing privileges can be
and flakes off. Freshen up the scalp ness.One light top buggy and harness, arranged. Address Palmer and Palmer
with Parisian Sage-all dandruff disappears good as new. Atlantic National Bank Building, FURNITURE HOUSE
falling hair and itching Will sell at a bargain for cash or Jacksonville, Florida! w&s. LOW PRICE

cease, your hair is doubly beautifu first class security. Will trade for
"_' Parisian Sage, sold by McElroy's: anything of equal value.W. If you have a really desirable houseor

Y Pharmacy and at all drug counters,! H. GRAESER, apartment to rent, your Sentinel Orlando Florida j i
is what 4-10-1w Cor. Main and Pine Sts. ,
z just you need-a largt hot Formosa Postoffice want ad. will constitute good news to
tie costs but 50 cents. It surely'
I quit my country unwininglybe"cause anxious in this
a makes the hair lustrous and seem some people city.

twice as abundant You cannot be disappointed I must part from myself,-Lou- Get the Sentinel want ad. habit ..........
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EMPIRE HOTEL : FRONTS ON THREE STREETS. ROOMS 75c, 1.00 AND 1

$1.50 PER DAY MEALS 35c.

100 ROOMS :. f *J. BrMAGfcUDER, Prop. -
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EVERY ROOM WITH BATH r OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING

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

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

J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. Orlando, Fla.
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We Will Put the Reins i lust Bargains

(From the Gainesville Son) That's All THE MARKET

of Success in Your
Work has started on the erection of
the new tenth ward fire station in $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruit Of Cleanliness Of Quality
and trees. 120 are
Tampa. The contract price is $4,000.A Hands orange
large seedlings and the balance
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
from to three old
are one year
gang of misdemeanor convicts is How? By furnishing with buds. Near city
' busily engaged in removing the debris you FISH AND GAME .
$3,250. Choice home in city .8
burned house in St ;
of the court
Augustine. a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative rooms, large lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

call on you. He will give you a East$2,400.Side.-Good Close 7-room in, only house five, Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

is The now tourist drawing season to a over close this and state the formula that will make and mature minutes from postof f ice. and pure.
Lots of choice lots and
a number
people are making plans for the sum
mer season. your fruit. of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

and grove propositions. We have everything in the Meat Line.

for rent several furnished bun
The contract has been let in Tampa
galows and flats close in. Some
for the erection of a $20,000'office by the year and others 'till the I The PARLOR
MARKET
building at Main street and Howard
avenue. Tile Soutlierli Fertilizer Co.ORLANDO make winter your season wants begins.known.Call and

H. M. Self
Actual work of construction will begin & Co.
Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
the St. Paula
new
very soon on
& Atha
Cooper
church building for Key West. It will IHUMMtiltHtttllOtlltniittllittlltitMtlllttiitJust : PINE STREET

cost about $30,000.
> 111 South Orange Are., Ground Floor Phone No. 80

Work on the new home of the Ga Phone No. 311

zette-News in Daytona is progress iiiMiiiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiiiiiulimn

ing rapidly and will be completed the

early part of next month.


The Feast of the Passover begins r

Friday evening, April 10th, and will
be most fittingly observed by the Jews

over States.this state as well as in other W. 1. SLEMONS


arrived car load
The bonds have been sold for the

extension of the Seaboard from Bar- FORDS for immediate
tow to Lake Wales and the contract New Goods
Arriving Daily
for the construction of the road will delivery. .

begin in thirty days.

Get yours now
The contract for the school build

ing which is to be erected in Leesburg F. G. RUSE,
has been awarded to W. R. Carr ol

Eustis. The building will be modern Phone 226 We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
in design and equipment and will cost

about $35,000. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.


The Southern championship speedboat r Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand Elliott's Table t Linen and Towels.

races, held in St Augustine last Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Gaflin & Co.
week proved a wonderful success, although
t the program of sport was & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

somewhat interfered with on account
of the big fire. 0 i



To THE WEST W. M. SLEMONS


VIASEMINOLE
ORANGE AVENUE

E LIMITED .

To the West and Northwest iliilMMMMf ttHtttiiiitttttitftimititttiitmiiiiiiiMiiuiMMIMMIIIMM
Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm
Ar Jacksonville __ 7:30
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Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L 9:00 pm MUMtlMMMLI
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L._.ll:10 pm
Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND MIIIMMMMMOIIJMMU
Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am OI
Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am I
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 620 am SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga._ 7:30 am HMimillMMtHOT
Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 pAr
Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm Die Did SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Limited. Flyer. WATER .
Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C____ 7:46 pm Lv Orlando, A. C. L...,,,,12:31 am 3:13pm T Orlando ........................ 3:13pm
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C.-______ 9:25 pm r Jacksonville, A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
Ar Cairo, III, I. C.._._._...11:07 pm v Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25pm v Jacksonville, A. C. L. ..,...,.,,. 8:15pm In the Summer Time. Hot water is one of the most .
Ar Carbondale, 111., L C.____12:13 am T WayeroM, A. C. L......11:50am 10:25pm v \\aycross, A. C. L. .............1020pm essential features of comfortable home. This is
f = r Macon, G. S. ft F....... 6:13 pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. ft F. .............. 3:46am a a No home
Ar St Louis, Mo., I. C.----- 7:05 am r Atlanta C. of Ga.,..... 8:03 pm 7:25an r r Atlanta KnoxvOle,C.L.of ft Ga.N..................12:19pm 7:12am emphasized most strongly in the Summer time because ntiouiP''

Ar Centralia, 111., I. C..._.. 1:38 am r Chattanooga, W. ft A..12:18am 11:53am r Corbm. L. ft N 3:16pm don't want to heat the kitchen by J one
Ar Matoon, III, I. C._______ 3:30 am r Nashville, N. C. ft St L 4:50am 4:30pm r Louisville, L. ft N. .............. 9.00pmArSt you up
Ar Champaign, III, I. C____ 4:29. am Louis. L C.&L&N. 2:50m 7:20 am r Indianapolis L. 1.50am keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequently
Ar I. _____ 6:20 Ar Lexington L. ft N. ............ 6.50
Kankakee, 111., C. am pm most home. have to without it all Summer and
.. Ar Chicago, III, I. C.______ 7:50 am Ar Hopkinsvtile, L. ft N........,.. 627pm Ar Cincinanti, L. ft N- ............. 8.50pmr ? go
I Evansville, L. ft N..... 928am 925pm r Kalamazoo a R. ft L. ..........12.20pm have it only in limited quantity in the Winter. '
Solid Through Trains-Composed of Ar Terre Haute, C. ft E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids, G. R. ft L ....... 2:45pm
observation, compartment, drawing- Ar Chicago C. ft E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am i Cleveland, Bit Four ........v... 7:15 am GET A RUUD" -
} room, section, sleeping cars, and feeTeclining
chair cars, between Jacksonville DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED and have plenty of steaming hot water time "
and Chicago, and Jacksonville Solid train, composed of section drawing- Solid train, composed of electric lighted you any
and St Louis. All meals in dining fears room and sleeping dining can car,. between observation Jacksonville compartment and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coach you want it and at 3 very small cost by simply '

car. Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and turning on the faucet. P
For t kets and Pullman car reservations ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville and Indianapolis;
t all on DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Solid train, carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANY
artment, observation sleepers, and electhe
or Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays a
D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, ighted lass coaches section and drawing-room smoking car.sleepers.Dining First-cat and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear Gas Department
Atlantic Coast Line, errs meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
Orlando..
t
FOR TICKETS, PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION,WRITE OR CALL ON *
; | T. S. Atemethy, auto livery, phone W.-R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent

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ST. LUKE'S SUNDAY SCHOOL
PUPILS HAVE EGG HUNT
V
-' .. The children of St. Luke's Sunday
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< -'
; school had a delightful little Easter
'. ., .. .. r'" party yesterday afternoon at the Cathedral -
1t Chapter House, where with
the willing assistance of Rev. Mr.

Remsen and of their faithful superin- .
tendent, Mr. F. H. Williams, a num- <
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1 :::: 'j ;,.: /? : :
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; '.- \ Would you rather be 1 f 1", '1 :.
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:

; { : :. ]tSOi\I or CA1trJlt'G1E ? ;. : .;
: 'J_ '
: : DISN forbidden by physician to take

; another vacation.--Tribime, Sept. 15, 1913.

'. ., Why? Because having worked twenty hours

a day, his system will not permit a change; he

';,. j must work or die, and die working Yet, he is

a a poor man as wealth is considered today.


CARNEGIE, having enjoyed a continual
Travel on "A.B.A. Cheques :; vacation for years is quoted thus, "When I received

4 CJ J You can pay your hotel biBs with them; buy railway and steamship : : my first dollar of interest money, 1
= the convenient as wen
tickets them for purchases. They are most
;; we
j L as the safest kind ofM travel money;"your counter.signature identifies you. realized that wealth could best be obtained by

f "A.BACheques supply the urgent need for an International Cur- letting my money work for nle, instead of
flDC). They are the only travelers cheques accepted, under the law, for "
working
jot write for booklet : : my money. :
u. S.Customs duties. CaD or .: i
.
I ': YOU How much did your money earn .
STATE BANK OF ORLANDO
: ; :; for you last month? Or, would you rather .':'

I j always work for itYe pay 4 per cent in- ,:..,.... .;.,

I Richmond.'r...":," :;. terest. Begin today, or if already begun, continue ':. :

-- : : l 4 ....//t: :., to save. 'I:: '.: .".'/:.: ':\

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1 MRS. CHARLES DELIGHTFUL GRANNISS PARTY:GIVES RED- IEXt ATTENTION o I j I r j1ci! h4 l j p l; :_0


1fi Mrs. Chas. F. Granniss entertained The hunters have returned with a .. ... .. .. ::
delightfully last evening at three tables and goodly supply of corn and venison (: ::: : ;'):.: .:" : ":',':; ,:-".:,;:' : .:. : ::1 '. ,':, .:: : .. : .:,',..:'.: '. .,'..'. :. :; :.-.:>'- :'.'.:<:::.
report having captured two pale-
of "five hundred." Mrs. J. ,A.
faces astray in the forest. You are
Abberger made high score and was I
awarded the head prize, a beautiful therefore commanded to be presentat OF AN INFANT PAUL J. RAINEY'S AFRICAN the case, for the Lucerne manage-
i silver lemon fork. and Mrs. E. J. the fourteenth sleep of the Tribe, I I HUNT PICTURERainey's I ment claim they can even show these
Plant Moon, G. S. D. 423 (April 14, Claire, the six-months-old big and costly pictures at popular
Temple drew the consolation, a hand and still make
African Hunt picture, in prices money on account -
1914)) for the dispatch of
important
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dean, .
of their
painted salt and pepper shaker. six big reels, went very big at the large seating capacity.If
T After the game delicious refresh- business. Corn and venison will be 11 o'clock 'last night at their Lucerne last night. The picture was the Rainey picture is a sample of
ments in the form of strawberry and provided and a goodly number from South street. The little one certainly by far the most wonderful what can be shown for ten and five
cents the public of Orlando will cer-
tribe in the shown in this
our hunting grounds of ill for the past six weeks. animal picture ever
vanilla cream and cake were servedThose Sanford will be to city, and certainly the best film shown tainly get more for their money here
present participatein
present were Mrs W. C. Mc- is pharmacist for the here in many a day. The people of I than in any other city in the United
the work and share '
Lean, Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Mrs. C. W. our hospitality. Drug company, Orlando seemed to have faith in the States.
} Smith, Mrs. 0. S. Robinson, Mrs. J. A. lived in Orlando but a short picture, for they came in groups and
LAWN FETE he and Mrs. Dean hav crowds, and flooded the lobby and Put money in thy purse by adver-
Abberger, Mrs E. J. Mrs. E.
Temple theater, and in fact came so fast tising in the Sentinel.If .
F. Sperry, Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr., friends in the city who will there was some difficulty in seating
Mrs. Josiah Ferris, Miss Rita Lawton,I The Junior Auxiliary lawn fete with them in their be- them all at the same time. This goes
Miss Cynthia McKee. I will be held tomorrow, from 3 to 6 The time for the funeral to show what good movies will do in your paper is not delivered
p. m., at the home of :Mrs. Haden, a been set, pending the arrival Orlando the same as in any other promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
Here's hoping that more good
town.
pleasant afternoon being anticipatedfor Dean's father, Mr. Ely, of will be shown here at pop-i
pictures
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