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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 5, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: 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).
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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.

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VOLUME TWO. \ ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914. NUMBER 20.I .

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ijf MEXICO ij FOR GOOD ij GOVERNMENT I Mrs.Geisel Ida Principal Cole and Speakers Miss Carolyn at Former From Governor Chautauqua of Indiana Platformto Spoke I if FROST I I 1NAi I KILLED ijN EASTCOAST I A I


-- Day SessionsAn Large Audience

.l TWO PROMINENT- CITIZENS' COOK K AND PERRY WERE MUCH H OPENING[ OF f YOWELLDUCKYVORTNDEPARTMENT SEVENTY PER-CENT OF TOMATO -
I interesting feature of yester Last ,evening, just preceding Governor r

.. OF MEXICO BEFORE DISCUSSED U YESTERDAY Y day's Chautauqua program was the Hanly's address, Mr. Forrest [ [ STORE f TODAY CROP NORTH OF

COMMITTEEDURIA illustrated lecture, given,in the morn- Dabney Carr sang a group of songs MIAMI DESTROYED i
ing, by Mrs. Ida Cole, of the Chautauqua which included several well known

Appearance of Dr. Cook in Orlando Institution, at Chautauqua, N. favorites-"Rocked in the Cradle of Extensive Preparations for the Event

DENOUNCED[ Revives the Famous Polar Y. Mrs. Cole is a gifted speaker and the Deep," "The Song That Reached in the Wholeof
[ S SCATHINGLY Were Progress ORLANDO S SECTION[ NOT DAMAGED[O
delighted her audience with her interesting My Heart," "The Drum-Major," and
Controversy"I YesterdayThe
address. "The Monk." Mr. Carr's audiencewas

The afternoon session of the Chau- most appreciative, and he gaveas
CARRANZA AND VILLA CLASSEDAS was certainly surprised that Dr. ERRONEOUS REPORTS SENT
tauqua began with a musical numberby an encore "The Three Fishers." formal opening of the depart-
BANDITS WITHOUT ABIL- Cook got an audience in Orlando,"
:Mr. Roscoe and his orchestra, who Miss Roberta Branch accompaniedthe ment store of the Yowell-Duckworth FROM THIS PLACE SAYING
ITY OR POWER TO RE- said a prominent citizen yesterday."I later, b honor of Governor Hanly, singer. company will take place today, and ORANGE CROP HAD BEEN
am told that he had a full house.
STORE ORDER played a number of national airs, Governor Hanly was presented by will be an event of much general in- ENTIRELY DESTROYED
Why I wouldn't across the streetto
go which were greeted most enthusUastically Mr. W. R. O'Neal, and gave a splen- terest, the leading reasons for this
hear that faker. There were some
-the audience standing for did and inspiring address on the sub- i being evident to citizens of Orlando.
.
Washington, March 4SpecialPedro ) persons who told me they were going People in Orlando will probably be
"America," "The Star-Spangled Ban- ject of peace, his subject being "The The Yowell Duckworth building
,
Del Villa and Cerillo Ocon,two -
and I discouraged them. I can't un- surprised to learn that the orange
prominent citizens of Mexico, appeared derstand it." ner," and applauding "Dixie" and World Disarmed. The message which is the largest in Orlando, was crop of this'section was reported destroyed -
"Yankee Doodle." which he brought was eloquent in its in of construction all summer
course
relations
before the foreign
"Now that's just where you are by the cold of Sunday and
committee of the senate today and I Miss Nathan, who had just arrived appeal for the doing away of war- I and the progress of the building was
wrong, spoke up a defender of the Monday. Such a telegram was sent
from St. Petersburg sang "My Heart, fare. The lecturer described the watched with interested concern by
denounced Huerta as a murderer and much abused explorer. "That was a out from this place, or in any eventit
at Thy Sweet ,Voice," and Gounod's building up of our nation, and of the all. The building
possesses exceptional
libertine, drunk with power. good story the old Doc put up, and I appeared in certain newspapers,
battles which had made blots the architectural
0, Divine Redeemer, quickly win- on beauty and
Carranza and Villa were classed as believe it. It looks like to me that sym and it is probable that steps will be
'bandits and marauders who are with- 'ning her listeners with her sweet pages of its history, and painted a metry, and hes occasioned remark
if any faking was ,done it was Peary taken by the proper authorities to
: voice and unaffected manner. vivid word-picture of the terrible from who familiar with the
are
to restore orderin many
out ability or "
power who did it. discover the sender of the report and
the districts they Mr. Carr, in introducing the speaker struggle between the North and the lines of such buildings in the larger
govern.Only By that time there were two or the motives that inspired such an
under Felix Diaz did these i of the afternoon, told of the time South, when the nation was racked I cities. A travelled gentleman said a
unwarranted
three others in the and in less statement.
group when he had been requested by the with the most horrible of all conflictsa i I few days that it was the most
Mexicans believe order can be re- ago
than a minute the argument was on There was no frost in the Orlando
p I druggist in his home town to devisean civil war. symmetrical building he had ever
stored. had special plans to
They no I
in earnest. There were many such section, and not even beans or encumbers -
electric sign which would advertise Later Governor Hanly pictured the seen with the exception of one certain
offer, but suggested that if this government discussions yesterday, and to Dr. known to be the tenderestof
would give its support to 'his trade. The sign, when completed, ideal state, when all nations should building in New York. This is an
Cook's visit may be credited the, plants, were injured. And not an
Diaz the best Mexican people would brushing up a bit on the merits of the read "I'm in business for your strive, not by force and cruelty and indirect compliment for Murry S. orange bud was touched. The air is

back him., controversy which has not and may health." This, said Mr. Carr, applies with firearms, to conquer each other, King, the Orlando architect who designed laden at this moment with the 'per-
also to Dr. Geisel. but should direct their the structure and
These suggestions, which led mem- never be satisfactorily settled. efforts toward incidentally fume from the surrounding groves,
bers of the committee to believe that As Dr. Geisel came upon the plat- excelling in industry and commercea for the builders, Ange & Bates. a condition that couldn't exist if there

Diaz could only become a factor form she was welcomed by most world disarmed, when men and wo- The Sentinel is quite willing to had been the slightest truth in the
through this country, didn't meet the MOORE'S RESINAflON NOT DUE hearty applause, many rising to give men have won highest state of effi- waive the ethics and give them all message referred to.

approval of the committee. her the Chautauqua salutation as ciepcy, mentally, morally and spirit- the advertising free of cost that they In view of the condition in the Or-

r However, the committee did receive TO ANY FRIC110N proof of the affectionate esteem in ually. may be able to get from this notice. lando district it may be somewhat

facts and much information relative which this wonderful and charming All of this offers reasons for the feel- surprising and unaccountable that

to the manner in which the offi- Accepted Place of Assistant in State woman is held by the people of Or- WILSON KNISHES RRST YEAR Of ing of local pride in the Yowell- much damage was done to the growing

cial government is now being con- Department to,.Serve for lando, who owe' much, to the splendid Duckworth building. ,crops as far, south as Miami.,

dieted Huerta,'and t'story" pf.cpn- , One Year.Only health talkswhich she has given ". HIS ADMINSTRATION Another-may be'found in the per This is not hearsay and does not come t
ditions throughout the troubled- them on her yearly visits to'the city. sonnet of the firm. MeSsrs. Eugene from irresponsible correspondents.In .

gions that waS sufficient to convince Washington, March_ 4.--John Bas- Dr. Geisel, or the "Apostle of P. Duckworth and Newton P. Yowell response t to an inquiry yesterday

some of the members that it was almost sett Moore, counsellor of the state de- Health," as she is called, has much Has Been Before Congress Five are young business men of Orlando sent by Mr. S. J. Sligh, of Orlando,

time for somebody strong partment, who ranks as assistant secretary magnetsm, and was followed by the who have achieved their success here for prices on tomatoes, a grower at
enough td step in and restore peace. has resigned and his resigna- closest attention from her hearers. Times and Has Broken Many in their home town and in a manner Miami stated that seventy 'per cent.

tion has been accepted by President Yesterday her theme was "The New Moss Covered Precedents which has been in every sense digni- of the tomato crop had been killed by
CARRANZA IGNORES AMERICAN Wilson. Race," and her message was full of fied and honorable. the cold of Monday night, and he

AND BRITISH COMMISSION For the present Mr. Moore will con- encouragement for all who have labored Washington, March 4.-Now that This old world may not be in all was unable to quote prices.

tinue his work here for the Carnegie to make the race better, cleaner President Wilson has been in officea respects ideal, but there is always Advices have been received by Mr.

El Paso, Tex., March 4-(Special). institute and later will resume his and more peaceful. "A new race whole year, Senator John W. Kern, enough of generous feeling and good Sligh that there were damaging
-.The.joint commission appointed by connection with Columbia university. is about to be born-a new race is who is not only the leader of his fellowship for all-or nearly all-to frosts through the Arcadia and Pun-

y the United States and Great Britainto No announcement as to a probable coming, and coming fast!" Dr. Gei- party in the senate, but who was take pleasure in the fairly won success ta Gorda sections, and there was

investigate the manner in which successor was made today.Mr. sel sees vast improvements which, chairman of the resolutions committee of others. Such is distinctly the frost as low as Tampa. But there

Benton met death at the hands of Moore's impending resignationhas science has made possible-improve at Baltimore that drafted the feeling in Orlando with respect to was no frost at Orlando.

Villa wilt not be allowed to go to been rumored for several weeks ments first made in cattle, hogs, vegetables platform on which Mr. Wilson ran for the plucky firm who have given the The lowest register of the mer-

Chihuahua and continue its investgation !- and each time had met with unqualified fruit and flowers, then in president, was asked to give his viewsas town a business establishment in cury at Orlando was 39,the same min-

until the commission appointedby denial. Various reports have hadit babes, and now grown men, and gave to the results of one year of Democratic which all may feel a large measureof imum being recorded both Sunday and

Carranza has investigated and reported that there was a lack of harmonyin examples of what is being accom 'rule. This is what he wrote pride. Monday nights. Mr. Sligh is heavily '

on the death. In an order to- his views and those of higher of- plished by students, statesmen, and for the Florida Metropolis: interested in the trucking business. '

day appointing the constitutionalist ficials but they never were supportedby people everywhere, for race betterment "The first great achievement of In addition to eighty acres in truck

= commission Carranza completely ig- anything official. Woodrow Wilson was to make of the SENATOR[ BRYAN SPEAkSAGAINST near Orlando he is concerned in the

nored the American and British com- Mr.,Moore is an authority on inter- "Life is growing longer, life is Democratic party, so long in the minority business as a broker throughout the {
mission. growing sweeter . the world is SUFFRAGE f AMENDMENT trucking sections, and he keeps in
a Members of the Carranza national law. and so torn by dissensions, a
climbing God-ward said Dr. Geisel
commission arrived here from Noga- It was explained in official quar- [great, compact organization which dose touch with crop conditions. He q
Jes today. The commission opens the ters that Mr. Moore was quitting the "and my message is one of hope, joy for twelve months has been engagedin was up in the early morning Mondayand

a investigation at Juarez tomorrow state department in accordance withan and thanksgiving, for there is in a forward movement, without a Thinks Question Should Be Left for Tuesday, and not only failed to

Three witnesses at the court martial understanding he had with Presi- America a new race coming. break in the ranks or a sign of dis the States to Decide According see any frost, but a careful examination

1 ; will be summoned. witnesses who dent Wilson when he took office last cord. This seems little short of a of his plants proved that they

k were present in Villa's office at the May. In order to secure Mr. Moore's SENTINEL SCORES AGAIN AND miracle. His leadership has been of to Conditions hadn't been damaged.

trial belong to the constitutionalist services, an arrangement was made such high order that, although in the Such reports as that saying that

party. Carranza has ordered the whereby the counsellor was to act as WILL PRINT TAX LIST T senate his party majority at a cru- Washington, March 4.-Senator the crops of this section had been

body of Benton exhumed for medical secretary in the absence of the headof cial moment was reduced to one, he Bryan, of Florida, one of the senate killed are not only misleading, but

r information only, after the investigation the state department and in other was able to carry for his proposed leaders in the fight against the sub- are damaging. So far in reversal of

i has determined if there was ways was recognized as second onlyto County Commissioners Choose Paper measures a majority on every vote, mission of an equal suffrage amend- the truth are they that this particular

any infraction of the law or irregu- Mr. Bryan himself. On these con- for Publication of Delinquent and, as a result, the tariff law of ment to the constitution, Tuesday section was one of the few that escaped ,

larity in the proceedings of the court ditions Mr. Moore undertook to give '1913, which relieved the people of so afternoon at 3:30 o'clock took the any damage whatever, phe-

mortal ,Otherwise the body will his services to the state department, Tax Payers large a part of their tax burdens, floor to make the first extended nomenal as it may seem when the

probably not be exhumed. Members for the first year of its administration was passed and the great bankingand I speech made so far against the move- lower East Coast was badly scorched.

o(the Carranza commission indicate to assist in carrying out the new The Sentinel scores again. currency act, now receiving the ment. Senator Bryan maintainedthat

S that,they do not intend to cooperatewith policies in contemplation and in reorganizing This time the county commissionershave plaudits of business men and bankers the question is one that should
fRANK
CLARK I IS WEARY Of
the American and British com- the new forces so far as given recognition of the broad all over the world, and insuring the Jbe decided by the state alone, that

'mission., Report will be made direct- might be incident to the change of circulation= of this paper by selecting people against money panics, was Florida had no right to dictate who MEXICAN[ OUTRAGES[S
ly ,to ,Carranza and 'made public by administration.It 'It for the publication of the delinquent written upon the statute books. shall vote in Wyoming nor the people

( ': him., Until that time the foreign was declared by officials that tax list. I "Dollar diplomacy has been ended, of Massachusetts who shall vote in

A. commission will be compelled to re the Mexican question has no connection March is the last month for the the dignity of the nation has been Ohio. He contended that Californiahad Washington, March 4.-Represent-

i 'maui.-in the dark.TOURIST with Mr. Moore's retirement. payment of taxes, and the office of asserted and maintained, peaceful relations no more right to say whether the ative Frank Clark, of Florida, is anx-

i That he had his own views as to the Tax Collector Martin is busy enough with all foreign nations cultivated negro women of Florida should vote ious that some positive action be

TRAIN. HELD UP BY manner of handling the situation and these days with citizens who are get- the probabilities of war made than Florida has to say whether or taken by the United States in an effort -

L SMALLPOX that they were not at all points in ting square with the state and countyby remote by arbitration treaties with not the Japanese women should vote to bring about a betterment of

accord with the administration poli- paying their taxes. The books most of the countries of the world. in California.The conditions prevailing in Mexico, especially -

cies has been common report, but will close the last day'of March, and "War has been declared against un- Florida senator contended that in northern Mexico, where what
Oakland Cal. March 4 ,
-(Special -
) nevertheless it was pointed out today if by that time taxes have not been lawful monopolies, while treaties of I I,every now and then some statesmanwho he terms "bands of cut-throats calling -
of tourist
Sixty'occupants a car on
5.t... a through New Orleans train of the that Counsellor Moore had lent loyal paid the names of the delinquents peace have been entered into with all'I thinks he can improve on the themselves patriots" ,are in con-
to the and Secretary federal constitution arises. The trol. ':sIn
Southern Pacific railroad are held support president will be published. The publicationof lawful and legitimate enterprises, sen-
here quarantine Bryan in the execution of their the list will not be until some timein and the spirit of hopefulness and confidence ator doubted the efficiency of these a statement on the Mexican cri-
tIt fo110wingthe discovery -
c c of smallpox in the car. The plans at all times.It May. The month of April will be prevails in business circles so-called improvements. I sis made today Representative*'Clark

train was met'here by a corps of phy- was understood that in a state- required by the tax collector to go everywhere. I says:

'fckians in charge of the officials of ment later today President Wilson over the books and make up the list "Close relations have been estab- fections of the people and a sentiment I I "Something has got to be done with

Oakland. All passengers and I' would take occasion to ,emphasizethat of those who have not paid.It lished between the executive and leg-1 i well nigh prevailing that the Mexican trouble. I have held up
mem-j' Mr. Moore leaves the state de- would be much islative departments of resolution
:hers of the.train crew were better for the taxpayers government J under like leadership it will hold the my demanding that this
ez t ,fcubmit1 to vaccination. Passengers I partment without friction and that if all would pay up on time, closer than ever before-and it is1 I reins of government for generationsto government take positive action be-

1 will'prdbably,be held until all danger the most amicable relations will con- but it is an unfortunate fact that now seen that the president can be J] come." cause I feel that the administration
tinue to exist. there who an active, sympathetic of the might be worried
'r" ,' of infection' has passed. are many delay the mat- part by action of con
:
:,,"t \. ter until it is too late, and this occa- people's government, as well as its'I gress. I am tired reading telegramsof
m'.' A 1a ando ama sions an expense which might be eas- nominal head. Alligator shopping bags reduced to the killing of Americans and otherfir
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SALE OF '
Today atMONTGOMERY
(From Gainesville Sun)
(From the Gainesville Sun)
A white way is soon to be installed
Gas HeatersWE { MOTION
t ,on Petersburg.the new concrete bridge in St. PICTURE GO'S Grand Theatre,


.
Exports from Pensacola last month
3 had a valuation of over one million STILL HAVE A FEW HEATERS LEFT THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL
dollars. February is generally a dui AND DO NOT WANT TO CARRY THEM OVER '

t month. THE SUMMER SO ARE OFFERING THEM AT "BIS BEST FRIEND," Lubin Feature 2-reels. A grip-

A reduction amounting to practically THE FOLLOWING CASH PRICES: | ping tale of friendship and strife.
k 20 per cent. in electricity rates
p went into effect.in St. Petersburg on "WHY I AM HERE "
the first. OLD PRICE SALE PRICE A Vitagraph Comedy with Sidney

| Drew and Anita Stewart as head, fun makers.
An addition of one hundred andy $8.50 $6.00
is to be made to the< "
eighty rooms "FARMING IN ANCIENT THEBES An interesting
,
beautiful Hotel Belleview at Bellair, 6.50 4.50 por-
3 near Clearwater. | trayal of agricultural methods in Thebes, Vitragraph.

4.50 3,00ORNDO
tically, The Progressive assured that says Tarpon it is Springsis prac- Miss Ruth Pearl, "A Dainty Singer of Sweet Songs." !

to have a freight boat line betweenthe Our new conductor Mr. Pinkerton is the best
city and Tampa, making regular ever ; :

trips. WATER[ : & LIGHT C | hear him once and you'll come again.

The public library in Bradentowr s ,

latest now contains donation about to the 2,000 library books. was The Gas DepartmentIIMIMMItllltliiMMIMMI Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.

about 100 books from Mrs. Pomeroy.The .
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Children 5c Adults
lOci
Florida Hickory Wagon Works, -- -- .
which was destroyed by fire in Tallahassee -
{ some time ago, has been re- .
built and will soon be manufacturingagain. Friday, March 6.---Warner's Features Inc. big three

,: reel production of, Shakespeare's funniest comedy, "The

The Atlantic National bank of Taming of the Shrew." Special Music.
Jacksonville has donated $500 to the .
fund that is being raised for the en-
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erans.

Several refrigerator cars of strawberries Just arrived car load For Economy and purchase -

: left Lawtey last week. So FORDS] for immediate W RIG H T power of your money
far the berries have been exceptionally & BBD CO r
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fine and good prices have been delivery.Get REAL ESTATE "Try Wright's" Farm

f realized. \ Hats Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
yours nowF. Florida
News has been received in Key Orlando. bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
} West from Washington assuring the G. RUSH,
people of the Island City that the Quality.
site for the biological station had Phone 226ABOUT
;} been selected and Key West was the Fresh Eggs 290 doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
place. .. Sweet Milk 13c qt. I Ice SOC 100 Ibs., Limes 150 doz.
z Sweet Milk Fresh Butter Milk
07c pint loc
qt.
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ETHICS OF ROLLER SKATINGThe Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

([charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
Tampa Times seems to hive
' doubts of the propriety of turning 340 Acres Good Land
over the sidewalks to the youngsters

1 for roller skating at this season,, 40 under fence 200 good trees two house
and relates the following incident acres orange story barn

. which'days ago occurred: in that city. few r best of water, three lakes Snap bargain sale

"There was an old laly apparently ,
about seventy, or more years old =
walking along the sidewalk. Approaching IMMIilllMMMMIIIIHIM MiMiMMMMItimiMHIIOHU
her from the rear on rol- I. IIMittMMtttlllliMMHMMIMIIMIIIIIIIIIMiftttttitiitHtlCltit
ler skates was a boy. perhaps four- .
teen years of age. He was going FOUNTAIN PENSThere
;. fast. Just as he got within a few '
ORlANDO BANK a TRUST COMPANY\
paces of the old lady she, with her are plenty of good fountain pens in
t tottering steps, swerved slightly.The the market and unfortunately there is also a
boy struck her and threw her .
of ones. We have yet to see a .
several feet to one side, but fortunately supply poor Orlando, Florida. .
:< she did not fall. The old lady better self-filling peh than the Conklin,

said, "Why you came near knock- and have never sold a better one of the other Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913
ing me down;" to which the young
than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both RESOURCESLoans
type
gentleman (?) enjoying in advancethe
privilege that some of the peo- kinds on an absolute guarantee of your mon- and Discounts . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 403080.10;
ple would give him, replied, "Well, back if want it. A good fountainpen Overdrafts . . . .. . . .. .. . .. .. . .-.. . 362.37
if you don't want to get knocked ey you Stocks and Bonds . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. . .. 26,018.33
down, keep out of my way." has come to be almost a necessity to every Cash on Hand and in Banks .. .. .. .: .. .. . 200,946.57
In the above case the chief point business man or woman. If you have none, Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
emphasized was that the young hood- or have one that is unsatisfactory, let usshow
;: lum who first collided with the old $656,382.24
the guaranteed sort.
' lady and then affronted her insteadof you LIABILITIES

apologizing, had been denied the Capital Stock . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. . . $100,000.00
breeding of a gentleman by his pa- |W. S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits .. . .. .. .. . 35,214.86
rents. It would hardly be fair to Deposits . .. .. . . . . . .. . .. .. ... 521,167.38 ti
make all the decent, well-bred boys The Arcade Book and Music Store .o"
suffer for the sins of a few unbred $656,382.24
young animals by depriving themof ,
the use of the sidewalks for a
healthful, harmless and delightful Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . .. . . . . . .. . $489,971.68
sport. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Grove Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . .0. . .. .. !. . $521,167.38
And this front to front
with the original brings truth us that a large LandThis Increase . .. .. . . .. . ... . .. . . . . 31,195.70

part of our troubles, large and small, The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
a in thisworld, are due directly and indirectly Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
.
to the want of the right friends, and, the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
home training? Aye, there's the rub! management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
For what is right for the one, may Season's Best Bargain the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in .
be wrong for the other, and in the this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
infinite complexity and diversity of strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
1 human nature, even child nature, to S. ful statements to its patrons.M. .
find the true way in each particular I M. SMITH, President
! case will tax the best wisdom of the
c wisest parent 75 acres fronting half mile on Orlando- W. M. DAVIS, Vice.President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier

But there are certain unchanging Sanford hard road. Borders a small lake,
t fundamentaals about which there can suitable for irrigation purposes. In sight of ,'" tt '," :'" " ,,,,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: : ******************
i be no difference of opinion, and at
$ least each parent can know enough and three minutes walk from R. R. station,

! of the nature of its own child to teach Postoffice--and good hotel accommodations. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES 11,1,111,1,1.11.,11,11111.111111,11,111111111111.
f it decent consideration for the plain
,
AND
rights of others and save it from Price $15 Per AcreIt OPTICAL DO ALL REPAIRINGDR. KINDS OF A Doll's HouseOne
growing up in the moral darkness of

pa the Times.-Ocala hoodlum referred Star.to by the Tam- must be sold immediately. of Ibsen's Strongest and Best Known Plays

Will Be Given by the

The housekeeper who cultivates III1 rlm R l B Co1 Rollins School of Expression,
buying,sense, making the store ads. mt
serve her continually, takes much of L H. RAMSDELL In Lyman Gymnasium, Winter Park, Wednesday,
the sting out of the "high cost of OPTOMETRIST Evening, March 4th, 1914, at 8:15 o'clock.
living Phone 504 Watkins Block
F i (Suecesatt to Dr. 0. P. Ukiu) T' 'T' SIGN rf\ '' '.NTS
. Advertising pays-especially'in the .
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used to be necessary to get up Louisville $ Nashville R. R.

at 5 o'clock in the morning to make Uneeda Biscuit ORlANDO CHAUTAUQUA A A

money, but now you can't make it no Nourishment-fine fla OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO

matter what time you get up. ,
There is only one thing a fellow vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. -BEGINNING- CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,

kin bank on with any certainty, and All INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,

that is that he is going to be durn- for 5 cents, in the MARCH 1st to 9th, 1914 GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.

ed sight older before he is any youn- moisture-proof package. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.

Lv. 'Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm Jacksonville ............
Orlando House 8:05
pm
ger.The Opera .............
fellers that write the ads are Ar. Knoxville 12:00 n'n Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:60 am
..............
Ar. Lexington 6:40 pm Ar. Birmingham ...........
doing about all of the real good lit- FORREST DARNEY CARR, Manager Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville .. 12:11. 7:40 n'n
.............. """""" pm
Ar. Cleveland
7:15
am ..
Ar. Evansville ...........
work that in the magazines ... ...... ..... 1:35 am
erary appears Ar. Detroit : .. 7:45 am Ar. St. Louis .............. 7:40 am
nowadays. Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38 am
..
Ar. Louisville ... ...... 9:00 pm
What has become of the old fash- ATTRACTIONS MRS. IDA B. COLE Ar. Indianapolis! ............ 7:00 am
DIXIE
,
ioned feller who used to brush his Rogers Will Band.tare charge of the C. L 8. C. Ar. Chicago ............... 7:10 am FLYER

GOV. J. FRANK HANLYFor DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
hair up over his finger on each side four years Governor .f Indiana Toe fattest train to the West Ar. Atlanta ............... 8tO am
of the part? and one of the best are of Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ...........1.0.,B
the arc.PEOF. < Ar. St Louis ...t.......... 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. ':43
After a feller has been married 15 Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm am
or 20 years he ain't ;:)o perticular WILLIS L MOORE READERS If
whether his necktie matches his Eighteen years Chief cf the U. Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L" N. Diners. No Better
S. Weather Bueao. Dining Car Service in this Com try. Fast Time. Rock Ballast No Dad .r
Robler Hale Quartette.
socks. Dirt.
BaJDt Biscuit DR. C. U. TTNDALL Miss Christine Levin Contralto in SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train with dining
ears
The fellow who has the most dawgs ScientistDR. Redtal.Mi coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleve
h in gen'ally the one who can't afford *. Martha Alexander Violinist land and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Di-
Round, thin, tender- SIGEL ROUSH Mr. Forrest Dahney Carr and Jessie rect connections to Toledo Detroit Pittiborg Buffalo.
L Button
Company DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
'em.All the kicks on an entertainment with a delightful flavor Jtirnalist. Traveler Lectirer. with coaches dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation sleeper .
through to St Louia on Dixie Limited, over 6 hours fastest and only one
gen'ally comes from the fellers that -appropriate forluncheon MDME. VON INKELSTEIN MOUNT- night outMONTGOMERY
FORD ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily and con-
gits in on passes. tea and dinner. Will Lecture on the life and customs MUSICAL necting sleepers to Chicago.
When No. 17 went through Hick- cents.CRAHAM. of Borland.
10
reservations information ask the Ticket
For Agent or address H.
the other 50 miles
eyville night an DR. CAROLYN GEISEL Rogers Band C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway,
hour a feller had his head out'n the a Will five a coarse of most HELPMi. Gay Zenola McLaran 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
Mr. Hal Master of MagicMiss
winder of the smokin' car and strucka FUL, UP-TO-DATE LECTURES Elizabeth Merton.Sheffield Allen %-2 .2mL

telegraph pole, breaking the polein on HEALTH. Rude rand Impersonator. .

two with a crash. It is thoughthe .

must be one of them hard headed .-

busines men who we have heered so SEASON TICKETS ON SALE AT MIIMIMM intMMMHiMIMHlMilMMMIIIItMl
much about. .I
Orlando CURTIS &: O'NEAL'S BOOK STORE Florida I
has been sitin'
Jedge Purdy
on
one case all winter. It is a case of Tickets on Sale, Wednesday Morning Feb. 25th J

red They herrin'say down everything to the has gruc'ry a mission store. CRACKERSA J ELECTRIC[L[ I YCUUM CLEANER L[ [


t in this world, but I would like to food for every day.

know what use is a belt on the back Crisp, tasty and ii.i. _ -

of an overcoat. strengthening. Fresh r "

baked and fresh delivered

NAMING HIS SUCCESSOR.That xo cents.Buy I llllanimond&Gore Have your room or house


cleaned without dust or troubleof

Col. J. N. Bradshaw, of Or-
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
lando, will likely succeed the late L : furniture
moving .
----- - - -
E. Dozier as president of the Florida ,

State Chamber of Commerce, at the REAL VALUES .' LOW PRICES .

next meeting, is the belief of many;

who have an interest in the organization. COMPARE :I The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced .

Col. Bradshaw is now discharging '

the duties of president, as 4 OUR FURNITUREWe i man. 3 1

he was elected last year as the first I
vice-president The affairs of the provide the quality of furniture that has long I .

body will be administered by him un- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the I SEE THEM FOR TERMS '

til the end of the unexpired term. It biscuit baked by standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. .;.
be here it We can't make
is also said that the state chamber It wouldn't were otherwise.
NATIONAL this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones ;
may call a meeting to be held in
.i
BISCUIT of this business, and that means much to any buyer.

Good Gainesville Roads, at Association the time of convention the State COMPANY T The PIERCE[ [ [ELECTRIC L[ C01 j

there.postponed The good recently roads, but conventionwas as soon Alway look for that name McNffll & DAVIS BLOCK lllnc.,

as the call is issued for the meetingby A Core Orange ATC. art dan SI., Orlando Ha. ,

President Alderman, it is believed J CHURCH STREETHiiimmiimiiiimiMiiiiiMiiiiMMMM :

that a great deal of interest will be- i. -. - .
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gin to kindle in the session It is the llllllllllllllllllll'llllShoe HUM* t

wish of several prominent good roads i

enthusiasts to hold the good roads Repairingby

convention prior to the approaching .
PARCEL POST Electrically r
u a
primaries and pass a resolution 1
for the purpose of forcing candidatesfor Equipped! t;

the legislature to pronounce for lien's Half Soles, TSC to Esc < ,
or against good roads. It was felt Ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 75c 'Every

by some that this will reneew the Children's Half Soles, sOc to 750 strikes typeface ;
the exact 1
fight for good roads legislation which Hand-Turned Soles, $I.tw printingcenter

, will come up before the legislature Heels Repaired, 2sc everytime. 1
p at its next sessionTimesUnion.. '{
All work returned in 24 hours.
Orders without remittance returned F j
C. 0. D. We pay {>
WITH YOUR COFFEE.A return postage. {IJ

i
Two.Sixty Standard Model The L C.Smith & Bros.
wife in hand is worth two i in The greatest motorcycle vsloe Ball Bearing Long Wearing Typewriter ,
A. Hanson ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
Reno. ejrwpped with Electric Head Light Electric Tsil Llftit Electric Signal
19 East Pine Street T..Sets Storage Batteries nd Corbia-Brown Rear-Driv. Spcedonct 1
aG Price C60JW. See Catalog for detailed detcnptioo. Typewriter for
Fools rush in where angels fear to ORLANDO FLORIDA


tango. -- .MMIMMMMMMMIMMTo (MJIIVM MOTOCYCLES the Rural Business Man 1

Lots of people say nothing withouteven

sawing wood. THE WEST tVlUJ1U11l FOR 1914 Whether you are a small tovn"merchant l

't 60,000 brand. red machines will or a farmer can't afford to without J Ja
The naked truth is a pretty cold new go out Aver the Indian you
proposition this time of the year. VIASfMINOU trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production 1
typewriter.
in the history of the industry. _
,
Sillicus-"Oh, I am intoxicatedwith LIMITED They will flash forth fully armed with ".Thirty-Eight Better Typewritten letters and bills save your time and J

love." Cynicus-"Look out for ments for 19141"! Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical give you a business standing you can get in no j
the morning after." Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm: Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm; completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth. other, way. !
Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C. L. 9:00 pm;
No man by standing on his dignitycan Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..ll:10 pm: All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric The L. C. Smith & Bros typewriter is especially -

add to his stature, but he oughtto Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am head light electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat adapted to this work because it will stand more -
be well pleased. Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.
Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am wear and does not require an expert operator.
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am You cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914'
A man really loves his wife if his Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 amr Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facti that all motor. Anyone can learn to operate it in a short time.It 1
perfectly willing to make Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 eyole-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
a fool of p is ball bearing throughout, simple, compact, j
himself to please her. Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you're ever read. ,

e Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm The 1914 line of Indian complete. -.i
Motocycles consists of
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm : 1Mail 1 1
Many a ,man is like his \imbrell Ar Cairo, Ill., I, C_________11:07 pm .4 H.P. Single Service Model...........................S200.00 this coupon today. _
7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenry-FiTe, Regular Model......... 225.00
He is seldom in evidence Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am: '
except when 1 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty Standard Model................. 260.00 L C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER CO. 1
he is under a cloud. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00
Ar St Louis, Ho., I. C._____ 7:05 am 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................ 275.00 Syracuse, N. Y. 1

No, Maude, dear; there is no real Ar Centralia, 111., I. C _____ 1:38 am: 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00 Please send me jour free book. 'Io
7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter 325.00 -
connection between the finger of Ar Matoon, 111, I. C._______ 3:30 am ) | j I do not eye a typewriter at present.I .
Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 Prices F.O.R Factory
am .. ab .
would 4.r.
and the .ia, awl like l
a typewriter
scorn manicure ra B : ,
girl.
Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am D jour special offer to exchange it for..ew enc.woos. .
Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am C. R Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla.

Some people never quarrel wit .. 4
Solid Through Trains-Composed
'_. themselves else so long as they can find observation, compartment, drawingroom : NOTICE Ever Try our Classified Ads. o..._., ......- -
anybody to quarrel with. I
section, sleeping cars, and f-ee State...... ,
reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville Notice is hereby given that the City They have proven their worth many 1
"We live and learn," quoted the and and Jacksonvilleand of Orlando, Florida, will on January 1, times and will be just as valuable to
Chicago
,
Wise Guy. "Yes, if we start right,"i 1915, pay off with interest to that you if put to the test. Let them be _
St. Louis. All meals in dining date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 your agent in:
added the Simple Mug. "If we don'twe and 20, of the City of Orlando seven
Renting a house, selling
property or J
live and unlearn. car.For tickets and Pullman car reservations per cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892, anything on the market, finding lost i .
according to the made for
call on provisions articles, securing help or positonsin -
Tommy-"Pop, what is conscienceTommy's ? redemption in said bonds. a thousand ways they can be used
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Dated February 11, 1914. profitably.
Pop-"Conscience, son, -- --
my or CARL JANSEN, City CleiL --

is a still small voice that tells us- D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, -12.1m

well, that tells us when we are ,found Atlantic Coast Line, Warman Repairs and Retires Baby
out." Orlando. W. T. ENTRICAN, Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf \

Offe orlando. .the newest and best n ri r t I
the and
I Cash RegiJt rs. Warmtn fixes 'em Take your repairing to Warman hone painting 636. Now's the time to subscribe. Every

on Court street 12-5-. Court street body's doin' it.

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DAILY DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBERS. the latest addition, replacing one 60 days. That there' is no person in tne 14 IMHIIIIIMIilliUMMHtlllinttOtHMMIMIMUMI
I THE state of Florida service of a subpoena upon
which had seen many years' duty; whom would bind the defendants or either

t South Florida Sentinel Owing to the fact that right at'this while the generosity of several of You them.are therefore ordered 4 to appear to this I

time of the year we need money and friends provided for the recent paint- bill on Monday; the 4th day of May, 1914,
MORNING AND WEEKLY the same being a rule day of this CourtIt 1
JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor md Qwntr. need it badly, we have mailed, or will ing of the exterior and for an en- is further ordered that this notice be Dickson-Ives Co.
* ._. mail in the next few days to all sub- trance platform with new steps at the published for eight successive weeks in the 1
the at Orlando, Florid South Florida Sentinel a newspaper pub-
poetoffice
\.l Entered, Second at Class Mail Matter. scribers who are in arrears with their west door. The windows which addso lished in Orange county, Florida.
u
B. M. Robinson Clerk of the Cir-
! Witness 1
TO ADVERTISERS: subscription a letter showing exactlythe greatly to the appearance of the cuit Court and the seal thereof, this 4th day 1
1. length of time their subscription chapel and to the 'comfort of the con- of March A. D. 1914.
diJpla-d all other hand-Mt (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON Clerk.
advertising CoP for most be handed ia at the buineu has been out. We have several gregation, are the gift of another By M. A. HOWARD, D. C. 1
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. hundred dollars scattered around the friend, and in a similar way the interior Wm. Martin, Attorney. 1 1 DEPARTMENT STORE
the day before publication. Thii rule applies S-5-8t-w
to chance for contract adTertising; it iifofariablo county and to send a man out to collect -I. has been improved by a large,

and will be strictly adhered to. this money would cost us more rich-hued dossal and by carpet on NOTICE /M .

than one-third of the entire chancel and aisle. The beautiful
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: amount. the In Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit,

One Year . .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .?5.00 Therefore we are sending out these set of Communion vessels is a mem- Orange County, ..Florida.J. .
E. Mattocks and William Martin Trustees,
I Six Months .. . .. ... .. . .. .. 2.50 letters, and those receiving them we orial gift, especially valued. vs. Bill to Quiet Title. 1 Orlando's favorite Shopping

Three Months .. .. ... . ..... 1.25 ask to send the amount of their indebtedness James appears A. Hudson from et the aLIt affidavit of William
In Advance. in by check ,or money or- Martin herein duly filed that he is one of
t: NOTICE the complainants in the above styled cause. .1
der, if it is not convenient for you to That the following named defendants reside .
I. THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914. other :than the state of Florida.
call at the office in person. In Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit. in a state -
-+. . Florida.J. That it is the belief of affiant that each of
I County PLACEI
Orange
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.
On receiving these letters if otherwise stated herein is
any E. Mattocks and William Martin Trustees them except as
' THE WEATHER above the age of twenty-one years and those : j
Bill to Quiet Title.
1 one finds that we have made a mis- James vs.A. Hudson et aL stated as minors he believes are under the _
take in the date and amount due, It appears from the affidavit of William age of twenty-one years. That there is no _
1 Florida: Local rains Thursday; don't fly off the handle and fire into Martin herein duly filed that he is one of subpoena I>erson in upon the state whom of will Florida bind service the defendants of a- I I i
the complainants in the above styled cause;
colder in northwest. the office, "stop my paper," but come that it is his belief that all of the defendants or either of them. That below.the addressesof That the I 1 a .
the defendants are given
to the office at whose names are herein contained except defendants to be served by I ,
of the
once and notify us names
of
be under the
, when so stated to age: twentyone 1
Sulzer is to be a candidate for the publication are as follows: Thomas Johnson
of
the twentyoneyears
bringing receipt to show, and we will years are over age Mann Johnson Bertha 1
that the places of residence of the as guardian of Gray ;
in duet
United States senatorship gladly make the change. The amountis following; defendants are unknown: JamesA. Johnson. Susie Johnson Elmer English and I 1F
of time. He is said to be regaining his JamesA. Katherine English minor children of Sadie 1
course Hudson and Hudson wife
\ Which so small that it will not embar- Hoard and Lilly M. Hoard; George W. Hoard Johnson and Sallie Hoard English de- 1 ]) ti Sihtills[
,
his gradually. Johnson
prestige ceased. Walton Kentucky; Gray Mann 1
rass any person to pay it, and we ask Hoard and -- Hoard his wife; William E.
Elmer
! Bertha Johnson Susie Johnson 1
t may be taken as evidence that the Vail and Olivia II. Vail his wife; E. R.
that forward ndsettle and Katherine English Walton Ken-
you come a sameas Rivers and Rivers his wife; Susan C. English
of New York are forgetful if tucky Julia P. Hubbell, individually and as I 1
} people for Hudson and Susan C. Hudson as trustee of ;
early as posible, we cannot executrix of Lester T. Hubbell deceased and I
Gertrude Hudson; Gertrude Hudson. Newton
It not stupid. send the paper to subscribers who are Hudson and Ruby Hudson, his wife; SusanE. as guardian of Porter T. Hubbell and Marion lIubI' Many of the dainty costumes for Spring have the
Hubbell minor children of Lester T.
o in Hudson, DeWitte C. Markham; Jonathan i
arrears. Texas Porter T.
bell deceased. Houston :
tI Wyncoop as assignee of DeWitt C. Markham;
Hubbell and Marion Hubbell minors, Houston combination effects-skirt of stripe, and waist of che
t, The newspapers generally are commending Charles W.Hough and Jennie Y.Hough; Sid- .
I W. Palmer and Emma Palmer, his wife; Texas.
ney
Trammell for issuing
4 p; Governor I Friday night at Park's tent is amateur Charles H. Wilson and Wilson. his wife: You are therefore, the,ordered 6th day to of appear April to 1914 this, I, que in same material, these effects in some cases being
bill Monday
instructions to sheriffs to see Cyrus D. Avery and Grace E. Avery his on
l night and ladies' night com the same being a rule day of this Court.It ,
wife J. Hicks and Eliza Hicks his wife;
i that the Bryan primary law is en- bined. A free admission coupon will Susan; El Hudson, Sr., W. E. Hudson and is further for four ordered successive that this weeks notice in the be reversed.; We are showing a very handsome range of
forced. As matter of fact the act Carrie P. Hudson his wife; Mary Hudson published
a '. '
t
be in Friday morning's Sentinel. Collins and Edward T. Collins her husband; South Florida Sentinel a newspaper published
.1' these lines in CREPE
designs specially woven on
to which the governor calls especial David I. Irvin; P. G. Woodruff and C. E. in Orange county, Florida. .
Woodruff, his wife L. W. Nye and P. C. Nye, Witness B. M Robinson, Clerk of the Cir
;
J but I
attention is not the Bryan law, Ladies, cut the free admission cou- his wife; W. R. Mills and Ocelia Mills, his cuit Court and the seal thereof, this the CLOTH, RATINES, BATISTES and LAWNS.
is the corrupt practices act, which wife; Caroline E. Platt as executrix of Abel 4th day of March, A. D. 1914.
pon out of Friday morning's Sentinel.I Platt deceased; Hamilton Harreld; John A. (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON Clerk.
f was his own pet bill at the last ses- Graham, and Graham, his wife, who reside By l>L A. HOWARD; D. C.
within the state of Florida, but who Wm. Martin Attorney for Complainants.
sion of the legislature.A DEATH OF J. A. KOHLENBERGER. have been absent therefrom for more than,I 3-5-4t-w Prices Range from 25e yard to $1.50
U
'
" In view of the requirement of the -
Mr. John A. Kohlenberger, proprietor " " :
t Bryan primary law that all ,countyi of the New Point hotel, Elizabeth-

: committees meet on or before March port, N. J., died Tuesday night, of Loan I :
15 to make arrangements for the primary heart failure. He came to Orlandoa Cash to on
it that the call for the I
seems
week ago, and was a guest at the I
committee for March 14 is I

I state little too near. It would be better a hotel.for burial The by remains Hammond were& Gore prepared, and City PropertyReal


;_ ,vised for committee the concerning county committees the to acts their of to the sittings.be state ad- were 1:44 over shipped the Coast yesterday Line,afternoon for the late at Fil he r i [In i iAll

; prior
r home in Elizabeth, N. J., accompanied .
1 What is the view of the majority on and sold i
by a son, Mr. E. R. Kohlen Estate bought

L this point? berger, who was here when his father wool-delicate, dainty, softly tapering, characteristically -

o passed away. for cash' or on commission.
l e. The recent marriage of Thomas Parisian-In rich tones of Burgundy, dove

1 Hardy, the novelist, to his stenogra-
FROM
MAIL CLERK DISAPPEARS
pher, a lady of thirty, is said to be gray, heliotrope, Saxe blue; Egyptian gold and Marechal
ARMY TRANSPORTNew
? without the slightest color of ro-
?%I mance. The woman who is now his Dr.. .JS.. J. TAYLOR Neil Rose

| wife had been his stenographer fort Orleans, La., March 4-(Spe 44INCHESVIDE

eight years, and is to be his literary cial-Walter Phillips, a mail: clerk Rock Building, Up-stairs.

| executor. Since the natural expectancy in the service of the U, S. transport '
11'1110'011111111111111111111111"11111'1111111111
f; of the novelist can't be great Hancock, has disappeared and his ._ _ _.__ __L ___ --- - ---- - - Special Price $1.23
3 it is likely that the compact will con- books are now being audited. A reward till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 II"
It tinue with serenity until -the natural for his capture was offered to-

I t': ., .termination. In the natural order day. Pending the investigation of A. Y. FU t.IER R.LFOX !
% such marriages, however, are not to his books mail for 1,200 men now .

5 be approved. aboard the transport is held up.
>I. oI THE PALMS AUTO COREO j

ALSTON BUYS CROFT CITRUS GIFTS FOR CHURCH HOME AND

l it t.' GROVE NEAR----OAKLAND chapel HOSPITAL belonging CHAPELThe to the Church MOTOR CARS ; 1 Mol f I r P Patterils r rTruly

r For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a J -
t The citrus fruit grove belonging to Home and Hospital has been enriched !

[{ G. W. Croft, midway between Oakland through several generous gifts with- full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force ;

''i and Winter Garden, and about in the past year, these being pro- is a magnificent assortment, embracing as it r
3- fifteen miles west of Orlando, was vided chiefly through the interest and of competent repair men. All our work absolutely

sold yesterday through the Orange efforts of the earnest congregationwhich guaranteed. ; does the newest and prettiest floral effects so much in ..

t County Realty company to T. P. gathers here, the chaplain, i

Alston, of St. Augustine. The property Rev. A.. A. Rickert, holding a weekly _ ____ MI M "" I demand.

p contains twenty-three acres, ten celebration of the Holy Communionat

acres of which are in bearing citrus 10 a. m. on Thursdays. This ser- AUTO CO .
fruit trees. Mr. Alston will make his vice is well attended by many who THE PALMS


t ft 4 and a permanent home expects in the home to near begin on future.the this building property Mr. Alston offt -, all are welcomed.A who not new desire connected and. to sweet-toned come with being the hospital cordially is-, FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.' 'J Ji W a1errooI t r r 1 all n Spot t Proot 1 1Or


is a retired railroad man, and organ .,

I having reached that point where he

was able to make his own choice of I grand colorings of tan, taupe, dove gray, laven-
where he should live he chose the I .
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t best county in Florida. He will be der, old rose, wine, tabac, cinnamon, seal, navy, and l

given a cordial welcome.
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Friday night at Park's big tent wills , ODD PIECES Specially Priced VLL7 7 5

no doubt be the theatrical event of are so usetul when it comes to setting the table at- M The Dress Length M> / t
the season, for on that -occasion ladies -
clipping a coupon in the issueof tractively, \Ve can offer you innumerable sugges- I

the Sentinel, will be admitted free tions in I
H-
t of charge, by presenting this coupon .-
c at the door, but this coupon (in Fri Beautiful Cut Glass

day's paper) will not be good for chil- !
l dren. Manager Park for several sea- \ that will give your table an air of elegance and refinement

sons past has been approached by f, and add prestige to your reputation as a .

local amateurs to give them an op- hostess. ur Mail Order r r Deparlifieni

portunity to display their talents. Every housekeeper knows the value of spotless -

After several of the local amateurshad I linen learning silver sparkling cut glass. Dainty
called on Mr. Park he decided to
have the amateurs appear Friday service is ot greater importance, than good cooking.T.I1.vans Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, make

night, after the regular performance. use of it whenever you can. Samples or information
k Mr. Park has offered two prizes for '. .
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the best offering of the evening, the cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

first prize to be $5.00 in gold, and the Write for one of our illustrated mail order cata- .
second prize to be $2.50 in silver, the ,,

audience to be the judge, so everyone logues. We invite comparison values.

will have a fair chance. Now all

amateurs should present their namesto

Mr. Park either at the Orland hotel

or at the tent theater. Mr. Harry C

f Bateman, the director, will assist any the JewelerOPPOSITE i

one at any hour Friday and no doubta
ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEIHHIiilllllllllMIIMHMHimilHiMtWf
large number will contest. To be ,

recognized as the leading amateur of --"\

such a progressive city as Orlando is POSTOFFICE"-

E no small honor, and with such fair Orange Aie. Orlando

judges as the audience themselves, a
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
keen competition will no doubt result. .

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I Pure Candy is More Than a a
ROBINSON & STARKEY, Managers j ga The new spring hats were placed

i on display yesterday by Misses Hamilton '
Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. M.Ii
Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. ( and Dunn, and their attractive :

Admission 5 cents store was thronged with visitors intent -

Of course, hundreds of people all over the coun- DQ i ) aDa1-QOal aD lD 0 J t. upon securing the "very lates :

try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to PROGRAMVictor. thing" in millinery. Bright color : i
are much in,vogue, and the table and J
satisfy that desire for something sweet-and you al- "A Restless Spirit. Ar
i shelves in the rear of the room resemble -

so have done the,same thing many times.If exceptionally fine drama, featuringJ. and a gay garden, for flowers an :d ,
Napoleon
Warren Kerrigan as
being used lavishly on the new hats,
we can convince you that pure candy is Caesar, in three reels.
many of which are made of chiffon, I IIf 1
! healthful-is really beneficial from a food standpoint Admission, 5 cents. maline or laces. r

why then you'll realize that your money is well --- Amber, petrol blue, "mysteriou!
t MISS SATTERTHWAITE GUEST green," black and the "tango" shade
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spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- 6F HONOR are much in evidence, while the .

ment. shapes are extreme-from the clos I

The Junior Matrons' Bridge club, fitting turban to the shepherdess and

which was to have met with Mrs sailor models-and in the variety

Louis Dolive this week, was entertained shown it would be impossible for even "

yesterday afternoon by :Mrs the most critical to fail to find a be
BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN[ want a watch tint
you youcan
S. G. Dolive, the guest of honor being coming piece of headgear. be proud of carry aWalthamWatch
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Miss Lucile Satterthwaite/of Waynes-
D
ville, N. C. SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI D

The home of home-made Candies, Two tables of club players and am now organizing an excursion:
pure the party to New York and Albany, via The Waltham has been awarded ;'
one of visitors were present, and Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, highest honors at every Interna-

Orange AvenueWADE prize, a pretty Japanese kimono, was April 18th. Price for trip is $22.2i \ tional Exposition and has taken
won by Mrs. Irwin Dunn. A beauti from Orlando to Albany, which includes -
baggage transfer in Jacksonville every Gold Medal offered ID
ful water color of a Japanese scene, and New York. Special reduction America since 1875.
the work of Mrs. Louis Dolive, was to those starting at Jacksonville
., 1",1,11".1 "It's Time rOilJ.1Ittl a Watikam.'
given as guest prize to Miss Satter- or stopping at New York. For good
berth and rooms make reservations Don't bur a watch before Ul-:
thwaite. i"f with Complete assort-
Mr. A. G. Wilson, of St Peters the afternoon the now of C. P. Smith, Hand building, ment of Walthiimhtchea us. in &QAllen 4
At the close of -
corner Orange avenue and Church E odes J
burg, is among the late arrivals at
hostess served a daintily prepared street, before March 21. 3-5-tl 1

THE TUNER the San Juan._ salad course, with coffee, mints and & Co.
1
almonds. )lY ATIAIXlEXTOFTHElOLE" ,
ORLANDO, FLA.
J1 Mrs. Warren Harris, of Atlantic Among those present were Misses .1

Beach, is spending today in Orlando,, Satterthwaite, Glenn, Bumby, Person, (Dr. Frederick A. Cook) JEWELERS

t a guest at the San Juan. and Mesdames Dolive, Wright, De- A human document of poignant ap Ever)thing Guaranteed.
Mrs. T. M. Rees, of Pittsburg, is
Witt Miller, Dunn, and Weathersbee peal. A drama of human suffering
at Eola. Cottage, with her sister, Mrs, Reliable Repairing.
A wonderful story of splendid, single-
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Ohly, of Minneapolis -
D. Porter Corwin, for the remainder
Minn., are ,in Orlando for a MUSICAL AT ROSALIND CLUB handed victory over countless diffi
of the winter. culties. Over 650 finely illustrated
visit and are pleasantly located at:
the San Juan. Mrs. Chas. Campbell, chairman of pages of interesting reading. Read
Mr. A. Moreman, one of Maitland'soldest the Rosalind hospitality committeefor it A limited number at the Sentine

and most highly respected cit Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Minters, have the. first half of March,_ will entertain office for one dollar each. I II I to
izens, was among the Sentinel's welcome ___ I
arrived in Orlando from Pocahontas,. ; the club guests with a musical dI'
callers yesterday.Mrs. CLASS IN BEN PITMAN SHORT == ==
.- Va.,.and expect to spend. some daysin tomorrow afternoon. The program ,
this vicinity. will begin at 3:30 o'clock HAND I
Sarah Holland, Miss Holland,, i
Several young men and women have
i
and Mrs. Nicholls arrived yesterday MEETING POSTPONEDThe asked me to give instruction in short HiilHttlilHtltillilMIMMMHMiHiMlttltitlMM'Phone
It will be as great a disappointment D. A. R.
afternoon from Fort:; Reed to be the
while the class is forming
hand. Now
a5 to the heads of the various departments i
guests of Mrs. J. B. Magruder.Mrs. as yourself if you fail to meeting of the D. A. R. which I should like four or five ambitious -

attend the Yowell-Duckworth open was to' have been held at Mrs. C. P. students to join us. For particulars -
Gray and Miss Emma Grayare ing today. '5-lt Dew's Saturday will be held a week call after 6 p. m. ,at flat No 1

visiting relatives in St. Peters later, the postponement Ding on account 1, Guernsey building, or address MissS. Insuran

burg while Bishop Gray is absent on Mr. C. D. Gates, representing the of Chautauqua. B. Barnett, Lock Box 33, city. rir $
a business trip to Nashville, Tenn.
3-6-3t
i International Silver company, of

Mrs. Rufus Barringer, and Misses Meriden, Conn., is. in the. city. He SUCCESSFUL; REHEARSAL OF 1
makes regular visits to Orlando, andsa's "THE MARTYR OF ANTIOCH"The TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY -
Tillie and Helen Long arrived last
he finds great improvement every -
night from Charlotte, N. C., to spend
succeeding trip. Mendelssohn Club rehearsal of WANTED-Lady or gentleman book
the remainder of the season. Theyare keeper to do little extra book work 1
of Antioch, which was
now .visiting with Miss Fannie the: "Martyr Address "D," care Sentinel 5-2t s.JT.A.
Mr. Charles R. Carter has pur-, held last night, was attended by a .
Stagg at the residence of Dr., J. W. .
Stagg.Dr. chased a yacht in Tampa, and is large and interested number of mem- WANTED-To rent six or seven J

making up a party of friends for a bers. Taking into consideration the room cottage, close in. Must be

cruise of two weeks to be taken some fact that the Chautauqua is in full reasonable. Address J. L. D., care 172111111111111111""I'I'III'IIIIII'IIIIII'IIIIIIII"lt
Cook, the arctic explorer, left Sentinel 3-5-4t
time soon. Those are fortunate whoa ; force and that Dr. Cook lectured, too,
where he
yesterday for Daytona, was
to deliver a lecture last night E. S. e included in the list. Mr Carteris last night, it may be surprising to WANTED-Two first-class tickets to
a royal host. there sixty-two enthusiastic Cincinnati. Call j
know that were or beyond phone
Brooke, who was here with Dr. Cook,
ladies and readyo 366. 3-5-3t
'went down to Kissimmee, St. Peters gentlemen
:Mr. and :Mrs. Martin H. Clapp and : respond at the first fall of the
burg and Tampa to arrange lecture WANTED AT ONCE-Twenty-five MittitlllMHIIMmmtHMMMMMIMItitmitli* 'j
daughter, Janie Irene, arrived yes- I
jaton.
dates for the doctor., family washings at 50 cents each.
terday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. L. Since our very successful 'concert Home Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla

Mrs. A. MacCallum arrived last L Payne, on Magnolia avenue. Mr. in December, "The Death of Minne- Reel 3-4-5t Comb HoneyCould 1

night from Montclair, N. J., where Clapp, who is a cousin of Mr. Payne's, aha," fully fifteen new voices have
is general superintendent of tele- been added to the chorus. LOST-Fox terrier puppy, b'ack and
she has been for some time. Her white. Suitable reward if returnedto
4 graph and telephone lines for the With our success behind us (not to small amount. Send
many friends are glad to have her No. 9 Liberty street. 35ltFOR only secure a ;
Northern Pacific railroad, with head- .
to
lean but to inspire greater
with them again. Mrs. S'acCallum is upon
quarters in St. Paul, :Minn. forward to us order before it is gone.
the guest of Mrs. H.W. Greetham on heights) we are looking RENT-New four room unfurnished your
.North a most wonderful midwinter concert, flat, with bath. Address
Orange
avenue.
SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT The Martyr of Antioch." 503 W. Pine. 3-5-3t Fresh Tomatoes

Mr. J. W. Pace, of Lynchburg, Vir-
Mrs. Gaston H. Edwards will NOTICE
entertain WELL KNOWN SOPRANO SINGS
ginia, has recently purchased the
on Monday afternoon, March TONIGHT Any ladies who are members of the Shipment received daily
Odion place on Pine lake, south of
16th, with a "shower" for the bride- )Order of the Eastern Star, or any M
Orlando, which he expects to improveand
to-be, Miss Lillias Shine. Mrs. Ed- Patrons of Chautauqua"" be given ladies who are eligible to become
develop. He is stopping at pres- Cider Vinegar 1
wards is a charming hostess, and the unexpected treat tonight. Mme. members of the Order of the Eastern
ent with Mr. and Mrs.)IE. C. Trigout, an i
affair will be most Star who interested in organiz- j j
enjoyable. Srace Hall Riheldaffer, one of the are
on Lake Jennie Jewel, and will bring
his family in the fall. best known concert sopranos of ng a chapter in Orlando, i would be i In bulk or bottle. J

MRS. REEVES THE HONOREE OF America, will sing in the prelude con- glad to have you communicate with

Mr. W. T. Pitt and Mr. J. H. Trues- PRETTY PARTY ert: Madame Riheldaffer is at present ne. i

dell, of New York city, have been resting a few days in Orlando, MRS. FRANK SOPER,

spending a few day with Mr. Charles Mrs. C. E. Graham was hostess fora risking Mrs. Thompson, of South -3-3t! 24 Church street. THE SANITARY GROCERY

L. Albertson, on Lake Jennie Jewel. pretty tea given in her home on )fain street, after a strenuous tour
Lucerne Circle yesterday afternoon, with her The management Eat what you want.
own company.
They are very much pleased with Eat all want. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Florida conditions and are seriously in honor of her daughter, :Mrs. Richard is fortunate in being able tc Take a you postscript and forget it.

considering disposing of their business Early Reeves, of Summit, N. J. engage Madame Riheldaffer for this For sale by all durggists. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

in the city and locating permanently Miss Romaine Clark met the guests oncert: Four years ago Madame l7d&wlyrOSTEOPATHY ,, '"
in Florida. and led them into the drawing room, Riheldaffer Appeared on the Orlando

where Mrs. Reeves and Mrs. Anderson hautauqua program and the host of
CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. .IIIII.i
Bishop Mann held a service in De- stood with !Mrs. Graham to greet friends she made at that time will f..I I

Land Tuesday evening, assisted by their many friends who were in at- welcome this opportunity to hear her I .

the rector, Rev. Mr. Alleyne, and con- tendance.; I. igain. This popular singer since her DR. J. C .HOWELL 1

firmed six persons, this being his first Mrs. Annie Gailey, assisted by Mrs. former engagement in Orlando has Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointment <
McKeene and Miss: Rod- So extra charge for house treatment 1
confirmation class in southern Flor- Wister, Mrs. a ppeared as soloist with some of the

ida. The bishop leaves the end of dy, served tea, coffee and cakes from greatest orchestras of the country, Telephone connections ONE 1913 1

this week for a series of visitationson the table in the dining room, which I tmong them the New York Sym- Iffice cor. Orange and Central Ayes
covered with handsome cloth of i - - - --- -- - Hudson Touring Car j
the East Coast, including Palm was a phony Orchestra and the Russian --

Beach, Miami, and other points in lace, and centered with a huge bowl] Symphony Orchestra of New York LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

that portion of his large field. I of Cherokee roses. I city. She will include among her Flowers DRIVEN 3,000 MILES 1

I numbers tonight, "Lo, Hear the Gen ,

Mrs. D. C. 'Thompson and charm- Herbert Franklin, artist and window tIe Lark," with flute obligato by H ROSES, VIOLETS, ;

ing daughter, Miss Ruth, accompa- dresser, was a busy man last I B. Rees, accompanied by J. Dwight ABSOLUTELY PERFECT CONDITIONA

nied by Miss Willie Camp, of Franklin night, getting the windows in shape I Rees, pianist, both of Rogers' orchestra. CARNATIONS, PANSIES,

Va., and Miss Nell Farrier, of for the Yowell-Duckworth opening.It .I This is one of Madame Rihel- POTTED PLANTS BARGAIN AT

Marianna, motored: down from Orlando will be a good chance for him to I daffer's great numbers.

Saturday easing und spent show Orlando people something, and: $1,100 1 1I

Sunday in this city, the guests of he will. 5-lt FREE DEMONSTRATIONAn Good Wood $1.50

Mrs. Thompson's daughter, Mrs. Harry 0-Cedar Polish Mop demonstration I

II. Root. Tha party jeturned to T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone will be held all this week at the Belter Wood $2 and $2.25

Orlando yesterday. nt City Cou 2, Orlando. 35tfDRESSMAKING hardware store of the Joseph Bumby
rier. Hardware company. The ladies of Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co. !

the city are invited to call and see

; Music, good music, and more music, Miss Lendrum has opened her this mop in use. 4-3t This won't last long, {
All Night Service
at the Yowell-Duckworth opening to- dressmaking parlors at 210 Patrick Stock up while you can.

day. 5-lt street. She solicits your patronage. AN ATTRACTIVE PLACE j

Pleating a specialty. 333tEat .Twenty-acre farm; 10 acres cleared; Yard ;
TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO six of it in grove; fruit netted over Orlando Wood AJAX TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed I
$1,000 this year; three acres good r
both and
Chiropodist for men wo-
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and what you want. muck land; good spring of water and 104 W. [Pine St. for five thousand miles.
Eat all want. six house in
rook
you running ; room
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L Take a postscript and forget it. good conu.3n** barn, etc. On clay B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor ."
J. !Mustard, 117 Orange ,avenue, over
I For sale by all druggists.lTd&w.lyr. road 2 miles from town. Address .
.. Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm t }
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: PINE CASTLE ITEMS A fine schedule of baseball games PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAKERS FOR EXCHANGE NICE HOME FOR SALEA "WANT AD. WAY"Is

has been arranged to take place in 160-acre farm in southern Kansas, Bargain for Some Person a sure way for results. The little
Mrs. J. F. Harris has returned St. Petersburg this month betweenthe half under plow, balance pasture; all New house in good repair, painted advertisements that needs to
Mrs.I fenced; best of soft water within 15 and papered, piazza and one screened.. cry your
from visit with her St. Louis Browns who train
daughter, ,
a are
c to 20 feet of surface; house and 2 Five acres in the lot Young orange the multitudes, and bring results, no
Walter Tanner, of Mulberry.Miss ing there, and other teams. The series Notice of Lost Wanted For Site For wells, wind mill; close to good school; and grapefruit grove of 325 trees matter what thing or man or opportunity -
Alice Buck, of Vincennes, Ind., will terminate with three games Rent, ete. for thii column. ZSe for one day six miles of county seat and two oth- just coming into bearing. 100 peach seek. Merchants find them
(Be for three days or f LOO for one week. for you
e is visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. A. between the Browns and the Phila- 25 words or less. Money must accompany er railroad towns; title perfect Wm. trees, 8 Japanese persimmon trees,I I effective business and
the advertisements for this column as BO L Coryell, 201 Concord avenue, Or- roses and shrubs in front yard. Good as getters, use
Wilkes. delphia Athletics, the champions of insertions will be made on credit lando. 2-25-lw water. Situated on clay road to Pine them regularly. People in all the
Miss Hallie Hansel came home the world. Castle, near Drennen Station. Also walks
five-room house and DASHEENS.The of life use and read them.
Buys
' a
$1,000
Sunday after a week's stay with relatives lot within one block of Lake Eola. South's substitute for the Irish 10 acres on the day road, suitablefor Just try a Sentinel want ad. to- )
I at Lakeland. Explosion of seventy-five barrels of potato. Very productive. More orange and grapefruit trees or
See Frank Soper, Room 3, McNeill & morrow-you will be pleased with the
Mrs. L. C. Horn, of Orlando, with fuel oil in an iron tender tied along Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t yields up to 500 bushels per acre. En- i gardening.home will Any one wanting a Florida results.
dorsed the do well to call at "Mas
Agricultural Depart-
her daughters, Mrs. E. Ward and son side of the dredge City of Tampa, in by I sachusetts Villa."
FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will ment, Washington, D. C. Now is the
of Battle Creek, Mich., and Mrs. H. the estuary channel at noon today, exchange for \seCond hand buggy.M. time to plant For seed apply to A. D. TURNER.For Wannan Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,

E. Andress and daughter of Palmetto, caused the injury of three men em- W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, P. F.'LAUBACH, I
spent Thursday with C. H. Hoffner ployed on the dredge and the most Orlando. 2-22-14 Orlando, Fla.I the news, read The Sentinel I on Court street 12-5-tf

and family and S. Frank Phillips and spectacular fire in the history of FOR SALE FOR REm I

t family. Tampa.-Tampa Note in Times- An elegant modern home; four bed- ; tiitttMMMmimiiiiiiimiiMititfitiMtMtitM.The .

Mrs. Homer Sheldon entertained Union. ,rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec-

with a dinner party Thursday. Her tricity throughout; fruit trees and FOR ant RENT bed room FURNISHED-A; three blocks pleas from
509 East Central AltamonteALTAMONTE
guests were Mrs. L. Newell, Mrs. C. Ladies' hair dressing, massage, i 2-15-tf flowers. avenue. court house. No children. Apply at

: Hough, Mrs. S. Young and Mrs. shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber the Woman's Exchange. 2-27-tf

Pond all Ohio ladies. 1-2-tf FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand
; Shop. SPRINGS FLORIDA.A .
unimproved land. See S. S. FOR RENT-5-room house, partly ,
$ Wednesday the wedding of Mrs. S. Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm furnished. See Frank Soper, Room I beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or( A. C. L
Aten and Mr. J. L Sunday was qui CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t
FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served In Inte-
etly celebrated in the presence of a LASTING 30 DAYSNo. citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando attractive rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
few friends at the bride's home, Dr. and Oakland brick road, and 2 1-2 FOR RENT-Large room
most beautiful and healthful location In Florida
1-10 acres, 21-2 miles south in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. on
lake shore. S. S. Griffin,
Wray, of Orlando, officiating. Mr. east of city, on hard road, all im- miles Orlando on Fla. 2-4 tf high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.

and Mrs. Sunday will leave shortlyfor proved; 175 budded orange and grape- Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
a visit with relatives at different fruit trees just coming into bearing; Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-
7-room house the land is of the best 11111 11111 11111 11111 1 tI
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points on the East Coast ; 11111 11111 11111 III tOne 11111 ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
No. 2 -Two 3-acre young groves inside -
Monday morning a young daughterwas of city, nicely situated to divide i I Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
born to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. into home lots.

x Johns, weighing eleven pounds. No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with Groom Bungalow Left to Sell -'

Mrs. Martha Mills and Mrs. C. C. house and 200 bearing grove; GEO. E. BATES & SON ProprietorsSummer
the 5 acres is garden land divided in ,
Hall were both on the sick list lately, lots and recorded.No. .
acre "The Grand Mount Vernon N. H.
[ Resort
but are now improving.The 4-5 acres east between Amelia ,
W. C. T. U. will hold one of and Concord avenues, just over city M. J. DAETWYLERPhone nttmtitiiiiiiiMiitiiMMHMMMiiimiimiiMiWednesday .

their speaking contests shortly, at the limit line; a part of it to bearing
and fine 8-room ._ __ _
grove grapery; a
' school auditorium. Date will be an- house and other buildings., This is a .

. nounced as early as possible. rare bargain to get a city home just 563 -

: Miss Gertrude Kuhn, of Orlando, over the city line. Give this your at-

is visiting her mother, Mrs. Hattie tention.No. I I MILLINERY OPENING POSTPONED
5-40 acres, 20 improved with
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The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; I

: will give a box supper and ice cream fine cottage bungalow furnished of 8 rooms beautiful; also lawn 4-room and SALE I FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom 1 and ThursdayMarch
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ri social Saturday evening, March 7th, to persons wishing suburban
shade tennis court (cement) the
; ; timber land, and
hundred
Main and Division Six acres accommodations; also 2 acres good: 4th and 5th
i at the vacant store on show place of the South, known as with two milesof I
ten acre orange grove
close in. Good -
truck land, opportunity
y streets. the Foss Grove. On account of the
lake shore Winter Garden, "
near Address A
for right ,
Late at the Lake View death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no the trucking and person.
registers one of greatest Sentinel -8tf invited
longer attend to the estate. This The public cordially
of Florida. The
h Inn are Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Aylard, of sell it citrus centers orange
means interest the whole RENT-Six ,
crop will pay on HOUSE FOR rooms
Cleveland, Ohio. No. 6 Several nice homes, close to investment Terms. S. S. Griffin, modern; located at 311 N. Orange

Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave- HAlILTON & DmA
FOR SALE Also choice lots, close in. nue. 2-24-tf :MISSES {
If you want to buy for home or investment -
FOR SALE-At a bargan, if takenat
20 acres located three miles from I am a leader along these One two-chair barber THE ST. JAMES, 308 West street.

dty on proposed brick road; eight for lines. Call or phone. and make date shop, once known: as the "0. K.," at 203 Rooms, $3.50 to' $5.00 per week.
acres bearing grove; two acres investigations.Open business Large verandas. Everything new
Boone street, doing good ;
F cleared and ten acres timber; four evenings. and modem. 2-22-lw for Barclay Corsets
roost cottage. Price $3,500. 19 W. Church St-Pbaie 398 10 acres good land just outside city ents
limits, 125 bearing trees,
25 acres four miles from city; ten orange FOR RENT Elegant furnished
r acres in grove, four hundred bearing WOOD, COAL AND ICE grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines four rooms for light housekeeping. 406 McCall's Patterns
and two large trees room
pecan ; 2-4-6t
and two hundred East Pine street
orange twelve threeyearold Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's house, new barn, good horse and rig,
trees
grapefruit ; acres Coal Yard 566. farming implements. This place is MISCELLANEOUS ----
fruit land and three acres garden phone 931tfIIMIilillllilllliMMIt
I located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto
land; cottage and. barn, located on I sell on account of health. Address itHIHIIIIIMIIttfReal

lake front Price $5,000. I Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at WANTED-Ladies to bring those
70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland 2-25-tf to Don't destroy HomeseekersATTENTION N
203 Boone street combings us. Estate Agents, Investors and
; three and one-half miles from them. We will make what you want

city. Price $30 per acre. ForSa1e1Modern FOR SALE-Upright Schaffer piano, Come and see our stock and examineour !
Five-room cottage and lot one hundred : elegant mahogany case and bench; work. We invite inspection. If
?. by four hundred feet; located on at a bargain. Must sell at once. you haven't the hair we supply it with
c main highway leading out of city. I k mm mm IH Party going North. Apply 412 North Our stock is genuine. We make everything I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage,
Price $2,000.Five Orange avenue. 3-4-3t to order. Will pay cash for rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.

acres of bearing orange grove, 8-room : combings. Nickdas & Nickolas' 305 Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
well located. Price
$2,000. FOR SALE Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm oil finish double verandas. Special
six-room bungalow; ,
140 acres overlooking a beautiful
f S. lake, one and one-fourth miles from House 2 doors ; : Farm of twenty acres, about ten LOST United Commercial Travelers heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
railroad station and packing house acres cleared, about seven acres cultivated ) wainscoated and sealed suitable for laundry or
; Past Commander's emblem; cres- ment, ,
20 acres bearing orange grove con- i i west of Wyoming : : 21-2 miles west of TaftP. cent shape, white and gold. Returnto furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
0. Lake Davis. Good wire
taining fourteen hundred trees. The near
this office and get reward. R. B. These
Price $2,200.
remaining land is high grade fruit i I Hotel. Bar- ; : fence on three sides. Small new Phillips. House fronts on Ridgewood avenue.
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>;-- and garden soil Price $12,000. house and well About 15,000 feet of lots connect at the corners, with rose house between.

: 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well II gain. : : saw timber. Land all dry and suit- LOST-Medium sized bay mare; offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
: located. Can be had at a bargain.J. able for trucking or citrus fruit Am
E. CRAWFORD too old to work it and will sell at a strayed away from place yester- Open to all.
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Office Over Blue Drug Store, bargain. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. day. Any information of same please r

117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, A. L. Bentley : : 2-27-lm-d&w notify police headquarters. 3-4-3t E. N. COY

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Electric Ekrator-Steam Heat, B.tM-Hot tad Cold Water In. Each Room "The Faith of Her Fathers."


Cut Rate to January I, 191$ A touching drama that will not fail to please the most critical

Rooms [one) S1.00 per day. Rooms (two) $1.50 per day. Meals, 50c. audience.
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ROLLINS COLLEGEThe j almost solely responsible for the success LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN -
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of the event. Perhaps never in illllMIMMIIIMIIIIilililHKTHE . . ..
tennis tournament between the Rollins' history, and certainly not While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or City Homes For Sale
Rollins and Stetson teams on the Rol within many years, has Rollins beenso "News" sightseeing automobilesfor L
lins courts was played off on Satur fortunate as to possess a physical Lookout Mountain, Point Park, -
day afternoon, and resulted in a victory director of such excellent trainingand Chickamauga battlefield $3500-Modern seven-room house, MARKETOf H
t for the home team. The weather energetic and popular personality. Missionary NEW. Two screened porches,
was very unfavorable, asi it was Considering the material, and Ridge and historical points. For reservations Corner lot. Well screned. Electric -
cloudy and cold to start with, and this the fact that this work is practically address 910 Market street. fixtures, gas range, and
became a steady drizzle of rain before new this year, it is marvellous the results 33Apr.23TO shades to' all windows. Close in. Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
the last match was complete he has achieved, and the phys- A genuine bargain.
This forced the players to use a safe, ical culture work of the college is now
slow game, and neither team showed one of its strongest departments. In ALL CITY TAX PAYERS: $5500-Within one block of Lake Lu AND SALT MEATS
Fine
their best form. Despite the inclem addition to his work with the gymnasium cerne. modern home seven
ent weather, a large number of spectators classes, Mr. Greene is perhaps rooms. FURNISHED.; Lot 60x FISH AND GAME
in raincoats and umbrellas the leader in the work of the Y. M. You are required by section 4 of .310-29 choice budded fouryearold -
gathered round the court, and cheeredthe C. A., which has had the most successful , the state law governing the assess-: Rhode trees.Island God garden. Fifty fine Kept under the Best sanitary conditions.
ment and collection of taxes in this Red chickens included
home boys at of
every opportunity. year its history, and is a
The tournament began about one faithful and well liked member of the city, to make your returns by March: in fale. Do not overlook
Everything screened from the flies and
this. fresh
away kept
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thirty with the singles between student body, having recently been 1st of each year. The act reads:
Holmes of Rollins and Phillips of initiated into the Phi Alpha frater "All persons, corporations and firms $3750-Completely furnished home. and pure.
Stetson. Holmes played a steady, owning real or personal property taxable Modern in every respect. Rent-
conservative game, placing his shots nity.During the Lenten season the usual by the city are hereby requiredto ed till November 1st at $60 per We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
make return of the same to the month. Income is 19
well and avoiding any spectacular social functions at Rollins are givenup per cent on
(t plays, while his opponent, although for the most part, and especial assessor before" the first day of Marchof the investment and you will havea everything in the Meat Line.
brilliant at times, was somewhat erratic emphasis is laid on the religious life each year. home next winter when you
and the set went to Holmes :\t morning prayers, which are held The returns"shall contain a complete want if.$4750Onehalf. I
6-4, 6-4. The hopes which this victory at a quarter before nine in Knowles list and description of all taxable block from Lake Lu
,kindled in the Rollins people Hall, President Blackman is reading property belonging to such per cerne. Modern seven-room The PARLOR MARKET
were disappointed in the doubles, in through the Gospel according to Saint son, corporation or firm on the first house. Lot 68x332. Choice bud
which F. L. Froemke and'Prentiss of Luke consecutively. At the vesper day of January in the year for which ded fruit. Exclusive neighbor
Rollins opposed Phillips and Beattyof services on Sunday evening at six the return is made, together with the hood.
Stetson. The Stetson players o'clock he is holding a series of con full cash value of each item thereof, E M. Self & Co.
up some very good tennis in puS ferences on the general subject,"Why including the full'cash value of each
match, using good judgment as wellas I Believe in Christianity;" these con piece of real estate." Cooper Atha PINE STREET
playing, and won handily 6.1, 6-3. ferences being in charge of the Y. If the names of owners are not 1
With the score thus a tie in matches, W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A.; every known all real estate will be assessed
Prentiss of Rollins and Selden of afternoon of the week beginning to "unknown owner," and personal 1 111 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor Phone No. 80llltMIMillMIIIIIMMIiiiliiHIIIillHIIMHilim
Stetson faced each other for the singles .I' March 15, except Monday, at a quay property will be assessed in a lump
and deciding match of the tour- ter past two, the Rev. Kerr Boyce as "personal property," according to Phone No. 311
nament. At this point the rain'beganto Tupper, D. D., the distinguished Bap the best information obtainable.
fall, and the court was soon slippery tist pastor and 'lecturer, of Philadelphia If returns are not made someguess
and the balls wet and soggy. will lecture on the Bible; and work will have to be indulged
Despite this handicap, the two players it is hoped that Haydn's "Seven Last in by the assessor. Better save fu. ., mMiniMMIIMMMIMiiiHMMMtiMttlMMIIIHMMMMMIMilllHW.
did good work, and the matchwas Words on the Cross" will be sung on ture trouble by making returns now.
the closest and most exciting of the afternoon of Good Friday, April C. A. BOONE, City Assessor.
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the afternoon. Selden started strong, 1 v. nayan composed this more man
and apparently had Prentiss at his a century ago, in orchestral form,I
mercy, winning four straight games. without words, for use in a Good ; HiiimiMiiiMnitiiii
At this point Prentiss rallied, and by Friday service in the cathedral at Ca- M. SLEMONSNew
pretty placement he won six straight diz, Spain, adding the words afterward
games and the set. Selden then also ; it is a composition of great Auto ml .
braced, and the games went to four majesty and power of pathos. Supreme
all on the second set before Selden The theme of Dr. Tupper's five lec-
finally succeeded in getting past tures will be The Peerless Book; Its
Prentiss for two straight games and Multiformity and Unity; Its Transcendent Goods
the set. The last and deciding set Ideals and Teachings; Its The oil that has Arriving DailyWe
then also went to four all in games, Useful Message; Its Literary Glory;
at which point Prentiss managed to and Its Scientific Value. stood the supreme -
win the necessary two straignt games
' 4 which gave him and Rollins the set, test
match and .tournament. There's a reason why you should
,The first tournament was played at advertise in the Sentinel And that
Stetson some time ago, and was won THAT:
by Stetson, their team making a clean reason is-it produces results. sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
sweep of the three matches. The deciding r
tournament will be played in made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Sanford at some date in the near future Good Gulf
and it is certain that there will Dr. BucKmaster Gasoline Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. j;
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be ome tennis worth watching before
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either side wins the final point. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Ore Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. '
The gymnastic exhibition and com- Osteopathic Physician
petition held in the gymnasium on & Co Best place in the city to trade.
Saturday evening was one of the 132 Orange Avenue .
most beautiful and satisfactoryevents .

Rollins that. The have gymnasium ever ,been was held most at Next door to People's .Bank, P. G. WALTOlUgt.

artistically decorated with Spanishmoss up-stairs. Acute and chronic

leaves, pennants, and lights, diseases treatedTelephone l W. M. SLEMONSORANGE
and presented a beautiful appearance. PHONES 450269ttiMitiiimiimiMiM
It was very unfortunate that the 578.
weather should have been so unfavorable I j :
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able to attend, for the exhibition was
well worth seeing, not only from the I
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classes, but as a pleasing spectacle as
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evening was opened by a grand t " o HHI '

boys march and by girls the, who combined made classes a numberof of DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE fLYER AND IIIMMMMMMMtMIIIIM illMIMtMMMItMMMjMHMfllliiiMMi

evolutions on the floor in almost I jjOlLbl ,, ,,11I ,, "' '' ,, ,, ,, ,, '.
.. perfect time and alignment. At the I I i SOUTH ATLANTIC LI 1ITEDI I I I .
close of the march, the classes lined . . . . ". . .
up over the floor, and under the direction I I e Uix1eFlyer.SOUTH
Limited. ATLANTIC LIMITED
of Physical Instructor R. W.
Greene, went through a number of Lr Jacksonville C. 1..12:31 am 3:13 pm I v Orlando ...................... 3:13 pm .
the exercises ,! A. C. I.... 6:43am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ,................... 7:30pm .
which they use daily in i y Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:33am 8:23pm y Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
their regular work. Calisthenics,j y Waycl'06s, A. C. L..11:50 am 10:23 pm Y Waycl'06s. A. C. I. .............10:20
dumb bell and bar bell work, with a ; r Macon G. S. &: F....... 5:13pm 4:13am Ar Macon. G. S. &: F. .............. 3:46am pm Orlando
wand competition by the la- ; r Atlanta, C. or Ga....... 8:03pm 1:23am Ar Atlanta C. or Ga ......;,...... 7:12 am
young Ar Chattanooga W. &: A..1:18 am'll:5hm Ar knoaville. L. & N. .............12:19pm
dies' class, followed one another in Ar Ar Corbin I. &: N. ................ 3:16
rapid succession, and so generally \ Nashville N. C. & St. L. 4:50am 4:30pm r Louisville, I. & N. .............. 9:00pm p m
good was the work that it was difficult Ar St. Louis L C. & L. &N. 2:50 pm 1:20 am Ar Indianapolis, Pa I. ............ 1:50 am ii "Water Ss-Zjglit Co.Electricity
to pick out any individuals as Ar Lexington I. &: N. ............ 6:50 -
surpassing the others. After the Ar Hopkinsville I. &: N.........., 6:27 pm Ar Cincinanti, I. & N. ............. 8: O p mm
competition proper had closed, a Ar Evansville 1. & N..... 9:28am 9:25pm Ar hafaaiazoo. G. R. 8 L ..........1:20pm
picked number of the' young ladies ]Ar Terre Haute C. & E. L. 1:IOpm t:01 am Ar Grand Rapids G. R. & L ....... 2:43 pm
t gave an exhibition of Swedish gymnastic -:Ar Chicago C. &: E. I...... 6:50 pm 6:50 am Ar Cleveland,Big Four ............. 'l:13 am

dancing, which was beautiful1!
to the ,eye as well as beneficial to the DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
body. The evening closed with an''j,room Solid sleeping train .composed can, observation of section compartment drawing. Solid train composed of electric lighted Gas Water ice .
exhibition by six of the young men cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
with illuminated Indian clubs in the,;Chicago. and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
darkened hall, which was perhaps the' ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis;
prettiest feature of the evening. DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville
and Office
No. 18 West Central
The judges of the events were President Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between :-- Avenue ,,.. .
Blackman, Dean Enyart, Dean artment observation sleepers, and electric Jacksonville f
and Grand Rapids
ighted on Mondays
section
drawing-room sleepers. First- .
Prof. Palmer
Ferguson and Prof.
lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dicing car
'Berkeley Blackman; the decision of erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati Telephone No. 6 :
the judges was not definitely made,
but win be announced at a later
FOR TICKETS PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION. WRITE OR CALL ON
date.Great W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket AgentAtlantic
credit must be given R. W. IMIIIIIIIIHIIMItMHiillilllillilllllllllll ; >MlttlllMHHIIHIHiMMiM
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.:. lightfully as the guests of Mrs. B. C.
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'.':. ers from the club, and five friends to .
her in Oakland. ...
cottage The party -
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the morning, and on arriving at their L S In D. ) S

destination seated themselves at the '. .
card tables for a series of games,
:Mrs. Woodruff winning the club prize. \ Spend or SaveS

At noon a delicious luncheon was
served, after which the guests visited
the pretty bungalow which :Mr. and ,l- iHld .lilttill( is 34 i : Save aiultlic

I Mrs. Buxton are building on a bluff =_ h. :
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a l _-- I I I I IIII. overlooking Lake Apopka. 4 :psr eoni interest v/c pay on r
Those enjoying Mrs. Buxton's hos-i =

:. La., '. i"'r'rt III I ICI pitality were Mrs. Mather Smith,I = your savings will. provide) :for your t' :
j: ,I' III I Mrs. Hammond and Mrs. Marshall of
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I Pakland, Miss Nannie Wood, Mrs.
_ _ _ Murray, Mrs. Walter Brittain, Mrs. :iuuro4: .. I1i'Lii ;

I Use "A.B.A." Chequesin Gaston Edwards, Mrs. Seth Wood
ruff, Mrs. Jas. Laughlin III., Mrs. M. f
I payment of your traveling expenses from start to finish
B. Davis and Mrs. M. B. Palmer.
it of your trip. You can pay your railway fares and hotel bills
in the United States with them, buy your steamship tickets, 1't s arr n 1. .
Ili'I' IIh I I use them in any part of the civilized world like actual money Mrs. John T. Fuller received a tele- l
: and pay your U.S.Customs Duties with them on
your return gram yesterday requesting her to ad-
: They are like an International Currency, the most convenient dress the assembly of superintendents -
-, safest kind of travel funds. Issued by and principals of the public
schools in Fort Myers on March 12th.
The State Bank of Orlando Mrs. Fuller is the efficient presidentof ,', o woeo.
the local Civic League, and her
LF talk will be on the subject of workin
;: the junior civic leagues.We i


I refuse to tell just what those '

pretty little souvenirs are, but they I

". are worth having. "Take that fromus.YoweUDuckworth

Co. 5-lt United Stat s Deposiitry

r STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
TO MEET MARCH 14 > I


Chairman Frank J*Fearnside, of J _
the State Democratic Executive Com
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PARK'S SHOW BIG SUCCESSThe mittee, has called a meeting to beheld '-- - --- -- --- -- --
LUCERNE TODAY I''I'I'I II 1 'I I fl Ili f I I I II!'I Iq bl 1I II 1 al I li I 1I ? I I i''I I I I 511 !I 4 I"11 I I TIM 1'al./'% l 1' a!I l lI ___
at the Aragon hotel in Jacksonville J' I IN h,I, I I I ll llhl I I IIII I I II'Ir ti '
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March 14. The Orange county l'f
ever popular Park Dramatic The program at the Lucerne theater .
member of the committee Mr. W. P.
I have been entertaining large ,
company Orlando's Best Photo-Playhouse,
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audiences in their spacious canvas is above the usual high standard set Watson, will attend. : MISS CLARK'S RECEPTIONMiss TURKEY DINNER TODAY AT TEA NOTICE TO DELINQUENT LICENSE .

theater, notwithstanding the inclem by the management of that popular Romaine Clark will receive AND REST ROOMA PAYERSA

ent weather. playhouse, as it includes a "Key powerful drama of real life and will her friends in the parlors of the San grand turkey dinner will be list of delinquent licenses, having
This truly "worth while" attractionhas stone" comedy entitled the "Under not fail to please all who see it. Juan hotel on Friday, March 6th, served today at the Tea and Rest been submitted by the County Com
been coming to Orlando for years Sheriff," and a "Reliance" two-reel With the exception of March 13, from four to six o'clock. Mrs. Rich- Room, and the price will be 50 cents. missioners with instructions to pros-
and is a regular winter visitor, and feature film entitled "The Faith of when Paul Gilmore's great success,I ard E. Reeves, Mrs. Chas. Connie, and Extra tables will be placed for the ecute and collect at once, and not desiring -

as a permanent attraction Orlando Her Fathers." "Captain Alverez," plays at the Lu- Mrs. George Galey will receive with increased patronage and prompt service to,impose I am hereby a hardship giving upon notice delinquentS
can' count Park's show as one of its The name of Miss Clark. will be given. Here is the that licenses
Keystone is always cerne, the regular program of pictures may be paid to Tax Collector -
institutions. For the remainder of associated-with the W. E. Martin, on or before
best and funniestthings ; will be free from further interruptions menu:
t. the week some high class productionsare Monday, March 9th, 1914, on which
in motion picture comedies and L and the will be hair Soup
pictures Ladies' dressing, massage,, date informations will be filed in
announced. Tonight that beautiful the patrons of the Lucerne are guar shown from now on at the usual priceof Shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Roast Turkey Criminal Court of Record for prosecution -
E: story of old Pennsylvania entitled anteed that the comedy shown today 5 cents to all Shop. 1-2-tf Nut Dressing Cranberry Sauce ., of all parties then remainingdelinquent -
"The Quaker Romance" will be the will equal if not Creamed Potatoes
surpass, anythingyet Continuous show from 2 p. m. to
bill, the others to be announced later. COUNTY SOLICITOR.
produced the Tomato and Lettuce Salad
by Keystone company 10 p. m.Sentinel. :There are some time-saving ads.
i I .. in this issue, awaiting your personal Ice Cream
:; Get the Sentinel want ad. habit. "The ,Faith of Her Fathers" is a want ads. get results. attention-and wholly worthy of it!I Coffee Tea Read Sentinel want ads.


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