Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00347
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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 6, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00347
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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

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',. Will PROTECT R 1 HER WN SUBJECTS Investigation to Ascertain Will Who Probably Sent Out Be Had Dr.After Tjndall Interesting Shows Minute Lecture Quantity on Its f SAYS A WILSON N

the Message Marvellous Energy

J Much indignation was expressed by The principal feature of the Chau-

ACCOUNT FOR INJURYOF MARCH H TOASIIINTON several prominent men yesterdayupon tauqua session yesterday morningwas IN lAKE EOlA ARK ADDRESS TO CONGRESS

ANY GERMAN beign shown a dispatch, sup- an excellent address by Mrs. Ida ON SUBJECT

posedly through the agency of some B. Cole, her topic being "Just Billy's

Towns Along Line Serve Notice That news association, saying that a freezein Mother." Supt. Werner Nehrling Busy Setting

I EMBASSY SENDS MEN 10 MEXICO' O Police Will Interfere With the 1914 Orlando orange section crop. had The destroyedthe item was From she this drew seemingly a graphic unimportanttitle picture of Roses and Grading Down I IS [EVERYWHERE[ MISUNDERSTOOD' [ O OSA

I Their.Progress seen in the Miami Metropolis, but what these simple words implied; of Banks of Lake

TO INVESTIGATE AND REPORTIF probably appeared also in other pa- woman's influence in the home, of the
ANY GERMAN SUBJECTS Richmond, Cal., March 5 (Special pers taking the same press service. manifold claims there upon each ear- Supt. Werner Nehrling is a busy I CONGRESS SHOULD

BEEN MOLESTED ).-Definite arrangements for rail- The fact that Orlando of all other nest mother since .her influence and individual, which is easily demonstrable NOT CONSIDER WHETHER
HAVE sections should have been selected her example are molding the lives RIGHT OR WRONG BUT
road been by visit to Lake Eola
transportation having refused a park,
BY ANY MEXICAN for the perpetration of this particular of her children. The needful strict JUST REPEAL IT
and arrangements with towns where he is busily engaged in adorn-
baseless falsehood appears to indicate attention to the physical welfare of

[ March 5-(Special).- along the proposed march holding out something more sinister than a mere each child by no means comprisingthe ing the beauty of that beautiful spot.

today .that the real no promise of aid of any kind to the haphazard newspaper slip-up. Frost whole of a mother's responsibility, Supt. Nehrling has just finished Washington, March 5.-In the briefest

trip of the three at- 1,500 unemployed men who are did considerable damage in other sections each little one needing from infancy I making a bed of rose bushes from message he has ever delivered to

German embassy here I of the state, but the Orlando her constant thought, care and guidance the hundred plants donated by the congress, being just four hundred and
marching from San Francisco to _
way to Mexico, is to learn section was absolutely untouched in mental and moral develop- Junior Civic League. The bed is located twenty words, President Wilson today -

whether any German subjects are in Washington, these men are today ina "The man who sent that report out ment as well. between the fountain and the made a personal appeal to congress

the territory controlled by Huerta. serious predicament. should be tarred and feathered," said Mrs. Cole urged that every woman lake; and will be neatly bordered with to repeal the exemption clause

Bernstoff has informed Secretary Driven from their camp at Emery- Charles P. Dow, cashier of the Peo- should endeavor to make the best of grass. The hundred plants include which would allow American coast

Bryan that his government will not ville race track by the police, they ple's National bank. her opportunities; if in business life, five varieties, which have been set wise vessels to pass toll-free throughthe

Ia IaWashington follow the English government but went three miles beyond the city lim- "He ought to be treated to thor- apply herself to attain proficiency in with regard to a variation of color, waterway."
will take the initiative in obtaining its only to receive notice from the ough dressing down," said Col. T. J. her vocation, but the highest claims and in the course of two or three The president holds that the act

punishment for the injury or death Richmond police that their presence Watkins. "I am at a loss to under- the most important duties, are those months will offer a pretty sight. is in violation of the obligations of

r of Germans, instead of reporting to I would not be allowed and they must stand the motive of the man who did devolving upon a mother in her home The banks of the lake are being the Hay-Pauncefote treaty betweenthe

,I Washington.The leave tomorrow'morning.. it." And there were others, of like influence.In graded down on a three-to-one slope, United States and England, and

Germans report direct dissat- The present plan of the city offi- tenor, the most severe coming from the afternoon Miss Elizabeth and the grade will be sown to St. that the national honor is involved.

isfaction with the policy of the United cials is to escort them across the line Mr. S. J. Sligh,_ as follows: Sheffield Allen's reading was received Augustine grass. The same grass "The large thing to do is the only

States, which is responsible for the to Salona county, where in all prob- with much interest. Her chief will be used to border the flower thing we can afford to do; a volun-
Editor of the Sentinel-I notice an
action of her foreign office. ability hunger will force the army to subject was "Esmeralda," a play by beds. tary withdrawal from a position everywhere -
article in the Miami Metropolis dated
Huerta has already been informed disband. Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, together On the northeast corner of the lake questioned and misunder-
the 3rd which is supposed to be a
that the state department of Ger- with some short selections, her a space has been set apart for the stood," said the president "We ought
wire from this place stating that the -
many will hold "directly responsible"any ability as a reader being attested Juniors' play ground. Supt. Nehrlingis to reverse our action without raisingthe

Mexican official in whose terri- NO R REPORT[ EXPECTED[ [ IN TWO freeze.1914 orange This crop is about was destroyed as big a false-by a throughout. going to place swings and see-saw question whether we are rightor

tory German subjects are put to Following this, Dr. Sigel ''Roush boards and lay out tennis and cro- wrong and so once more deserveour
r hood as I have ever seen printed in
death. WEEKS fROM CARRANlA gave a very entertaining travelogue quet courts there for the diversionof reputation for generosity and the
a and the party who sent
Germany incidentally ridiculed the newspaper entitled "Beyond the Arctic Circle. the youngsters. In the course ofa redemption of every obligation with
this wire should be shown by the
policy of England in leaving to the up Dr. Roush is quite a noted traveler, few months Eola park is destined to out quibble or hesitation."
Board of Trade and citizens of this
United States the task of straightening Inaccessibility of the Territory Will whose journeys have included India, be a much more attractive place thanit President Wilson's address follows:
town, unless he is not in his right
out the tangle caused by the Keep Back Details of His Japan, Egypt, and South America.His is now. "Gentlemen of the Congress: I
mind, as such an article doeS us a
death of Benton. colored slides of the Arctic regions -
Investigation great deal of harm. I can not believe I have come to you upon an errand

that such a report would be given were much admired and gave which can be very briefly performed,

WILL EXTRADITE SLAYERS VERGARA'S Washington, March .-Upon re- out by any one as every one knows I effective conditions emphasis there."Radium" to his descriptionof DASHEEN[ DINNER WAS A GREAT but I beg that you will not measureits

sults of the investigation and GeneralCarranza's the thermometer only registered thir- importance by the number of sen-
was the subject of an in- SURPRISE E TO SENATORSSome tences in which I state it. No com-
ty-nine degrees.
subsequent action will ,depend -
Washington, March 5-Special-( ) teresting lecture given last eveningby munication I have addressed to the
in a Urge measure the American There was not the least bit of dam-
The state department is preparing Dr. Charles H. Tyndall, who has carried with it greater or
government's policy toward the done by cold in this section. I congress
extradition for in scientific inves-
papers mur- spent many years the
of, the Law Makers Thoughtthe more far-reaching implications to
derers. Mexicans are now under arrest constitutionalists. Much evidence ofa have eighty acres of vegetables on tigations, and has made a study of interest of the and I
country, come
for the crime. conclusive character about Benton's the old fair grounds which is low the new element which ranks as the i Vegetable Was New with
now to speak a matter regard -
death already has been gathered. land and as cold a place as there 'is most wonderful of modern_ discoveries. Kind of Drink upon
to which I in
am charged a peculiar -
Should the Carranza commission con around here. My crop consists of -

,. FELL DIAl TO EOFIII [ AffMRS trovert points satisfactorily proved Irish potatoes, cukes, beans' squash, Dr. Tyndall stated that there was Washington, March 5.Invitationshave with degree personal by the responsibility."I constitution. itself -

here it is unlikely the Washington and tomatoes, and none of these veg- not so much as half an ounce of pure been sent to United States sen-

HIS NATIVE COUNTRY government will remain silent. There' etables was damaged nor show any radium in the world, and that an ators to participate in a dasheen din- have come to ask for the repeal

I is every likelihood, too, that if Bauchwas effect of cold, and from my informa ounce would be valued at three mil- ner this week in the senate restaur- I of that provision of the Panama canal

Refugee From Mexico Goes to Wash. wantonly murdered as reported, tion this section escaped without any lion dollars. Only two or three people ant Some Southern senators at first act of August 26, 1912, which exempts -
a satisfactory explanation and whatever and it thought dasheen form of vessels engaged in the coast-
Before pun- damage was the have radium in their was a new
Get Hearing pos-
ington to pure
ishment of the offenders will be de warmest place in the entire citrus and session, and even that shown in museums drink. wise trade of the United States from
Senate Committee of tolls and to
manded. vegetable belt. I and universities is mixed with "What the dickens is the dasheen?" payment urge upon
the the wisdom and the
Persons familiar with the inaccessi- I notice while the Metropolis gives other substances. Radium, if its force demanded Senator John Sharp Williams you justice,

Washington, March 5.-Gen. Felix bility of the territory through 'which the ,above report they fail to say could be concentrated, is more pow of Mississippi. large policy of such a repeal with the

Diaz arrived here today from New General Carranza will be isolated for anything about the damage done in erful than dynamite, and 'one pint Inquiry at the department of agri- utmost earnestness of which I am ca-

4 York, to attempt to get a hearing before I the next ten days during his overland their section. Knowing the growers would furnish enough energy to tow culture revealed that the dasheen is anew pable.

the senate foreign relations committee journey to Juarez, do not expect there as I do, as I have operated in that the largest steamship afloat across tuber recently developed by the "In my own judgment very fully

and to give his veiws on the will be any report on the subject for section ever since they began grow- the Atlanta and back at the rate of government experts. It may be des- considered and naturally formed, that

Mexica nsituation. Pedro Del Vilar another fortnight. ing tomatoes, I feel very sorry for twenty knots an hour. The lecturer I tined to drive the humble but essen- exemption constituted a mistaken eco

f, and' Cecelio Ocon, who represented Though Huerta has promised a full them. Hallandale, Dania and Fort made _several experiments illustratingthe tial potato from the dinner tables of nomic policy from every point of

l themselves as his supporters, ap- explanation of the killing of Clemente Lauderdale, the largest shipping electrical and mechanical effectsof rich and poor alike, for it is said to view, and is, moreover, in plain con-

peared before the committee yester- Vergara, an American citizen, by his points on the East Coast, lost about radium, and showed several photographic be more mealy than the potato, of travention of treaty with Great Britain
day to ask what attitude this government soldiers cent. of their but which had been dark- concerning the canal, concludedon
nothing of a satisfactory na- eighty per crop, plates better flavor, and its tops, when prop-
'' a would take toward a revolu- ture has as yet been received by the south of Miami very littte damagewas ened by its light. Dr. Tyndall car- erly cooked, resemble asparagus tinc- November 18, 1901. But I have

tion' headed ,by Diaz.'Notwithstanding state department. done. ries with him a tube, one inch in tured with an ,added flavor, as of not come to you to urge my personal
his assertion that To the whole matter about which contains views. I have come to state to youa
"You may say that I discussed all sum up length, a minute mushrooms.The .
he knew neither Del Vilar or Ocon, cent. of the entire East of radium and the fact and a situation. Whatevermay
fifty at
phases of the Mexican situation," said per con- dasheen is expected to
prove a
General Diaz came to Washington in be our own differences of opinion
Secretary after Coast tomato crop was killed by cold. clusion of the lecture Mr. Davidson
Bryan today a conference boon to the farmers of the Southern
response to messages they sent him with members of the house The weather was much colder there exhibited this to the audience, who concerning this much debated meas-
states where the soil it
last night They urged that he come I ure, its meaning is not debated out
than at this point. Why this should went one at a time into the darkened
foreign affairs committee, "but I is
can figured will from
I yield 200 to 400
to plead his own cause. It is prob- not into details. There happen I do not know, but the cold ticket office to view the light generated side the United States. Everywherethe
go was a --0--- bushels to the
able that he will have a hearing, inasmuch acre. language of the treaty is given
phase of our conference, however, seemed to hurt places south of here by the tiny object. .
as the committee wishes to w but on interpretation and that interpretation
than it did
concerning which I think I shall makea worse north of here. I
get all the information possible on statement later." understand the damage on the Manatee Today's Program COBB MUST DIE IN THE CHAIR precludes the exemption I

'the Mexican situation. river was very little, but southof There will be no special headlinerat i am asking you to repeal. We con
Diaz it is understood, will endeavorto Mr. Bryan took up with the com- sented to the its language we
Bartow the Punta Gorda division the Chautauqua for treaty;
mittee on today they are Raleigh, N. C., March 5-Special( ).
convince the committee that he has reports the state departmenthad if did not originate it
accepted, we
vegetables were damaged. From everyone headliners. It is a splen- -Gov. Crane today declined to inter-
,the best people of Mexico behind him, received regarding Americans in and too big, too powerful, too
Mexico jrecent report tomatoes were also did day full of interesting numbers.At fere further in the case of R. W. we are
and declared it would be inadvisable
including many of the federalists, and killed around Ocala.I 9:30 in the Presbyterian churchDr. Cobb, convicted in Halifax county for self-respecting a nation to interpretwith

jl- that as leader of a movement to establish the to precipitate discussion of I sincerely hope the Board of Trade Hoyt, of St. Petersburg, will con- the murder of Thomas Shaw, a coun- too strained or refined a readingof
:; ; a stable government he could this time. question in congress at wilt take some action to correct this duct the Bible hour. The name of try merchant. Cobb will be electro- the words of our own promises just

;": win to his side many influential citizens Incidentally referring to false report which was published in Dr. Hoyt is a guarantee of the worthof cuted tomorrow. because we have power enough to"
Great Britain he
as well as officers of Huerta's said the powers the :Miami Metropolis, and try to as- the service.At give us leave to read them as we

c1 government and army. .were supporting the American policy. certain who sent this wire. 10:30 Dr. Carolyn Geisel will please. The large thing to do is the

,:6;J That the Mexican situation will be Mr. Bryan expressed confidence Yours very truly, talk on "The Simple Life in a Nut lustrated with a multitude of wonderful only thing we can afford to do, a voluntary

';,t; [J discussed in the open session of the that General Carranza, constitutionalist S. J. SLIGH. I Snell. We all know Dr. Geisel, and pictures.At withdrawal from a position

''' senate became apparent today. Sen leader, eventually would allow a I her work, and should crowd the hall I 8 p. m., after a prelude by the everywhere questioned and misunder-

iJ.ator Works is to talk tomorrow on full investigation, jointly by British DIVORCE NOT ENOUGH, ; WIFE! to hear her. orchestra, with readings by Miss stood. We ought to reverse our action -

-.;:tft"S "one year of Democraticrule" and in and American representatives of the ASKS A RECALLSan At 2:30 p. m. Miss Christine Levin, Allen, we shall have the one light en- without raising the question

: ; that will refer to the Mexican policy killing of W. S. Benton. He assertedthe Francisco, March .-Mrs. Eg- contralto, and Miss Martha Alexan- tertainment of the program in an whether we were right or wrong andso

;-:: : of. the administration. Senator Fall number of attacks on foreignersin gers, wife of Frederick S. Eggers, der, violinist will give one of the hour of mystery and magic, by Mr. once more deserve our reputationfor

::I; will talk on Mexico next Monday. Mexico had been greatly exaggerated sheriff of San Francisco county, who finest and most artistic concerts ever Hal Merton. Mr. Merton has won an generosity and the redemption of

\ and indicated that the United has sued him for divorce, announced heard here. They are both artists of enviable name for himself in the every obligation without quibble or

%1WtELUS TO SERVE TERM FOR States would insist upon ample repa-: today in a signed statement that she rare and excellent ability and all lovers realm of magic on the Chautauqua hesitation."I .
hl ration for losses
sustained by foreigners
-' r: WIFE MURDER would circulate' petition for his re ,of good music should be there to platform at large. ask this of you in support of the

'.'t' Chicago, March 5-Special-( ) and the punishment of the guilty. call from office. They have lived together hear them. Turn out in great numbers and foreign policy of the administration.

-J.:'::; Chaney Ellis, on trial for killing his thirty-five years. Then at 3:30 p. m. Dr. Ligel Roush,, make this'not only a great day as 1 shall not know how to deal with pother

t-s.,rtfe at the Hotel Sherman in Octo- Alligator shopping bags reduced to "This is not spite work," said Mrs. who delighted the audience yesterday far as the program is concerned, but matters of even greater deli ;

r.,-bier- ',, was today found guilty andtenced bargain prices at Curtis & O'Neal's: Eggers. "I simply do not believe that afternoon with his marvellous also in attendance. The Chautauquaneeds cacy and nearer consequence if you t

to fifteen years in the pen- book, stationery and music store, Sheriff Eggers is a fit man to be in a lecture on "Beyond the Arctic Circle," your support up to the last do not grant it to me in ungrudgingmeasure.

; Mary, next postoffice. public office." will give his second, on "Japan," il- minute, and is worthy of it. ."

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1:;: (From Gainesville Sun) Today at .
1 East Palatka is said to be enjoying
%- business boom.Melbourne .
j Gas HeatersWE MONTGOMERY MOTION Grand Theatre
the growing little town '
; on the East Coast, is to have another
\ bank. 1

A new cigar company, to be known AND DO NOT WANT TO CARRY THEM OVER
f the Suwannee Cigar Company will
I open for business in Live Oak. THE SHREW, A three reel picturefull
Y Preparations are being made for hearty laughs and big dramatic scenes

the the spring cleaning and planting One of Shakespere's best comedies. See this picture.
1 work in the various parks in Jackson
yule.t Nearly everyone is familiar with Shakespeare's delightful

l The Florida Railroad Commissionhas productions.of this famous old classic have been given. The motion

t. to have changed been the held meeting in Ocala which on March was 6.50 4.50 picture production of "The Taming of the Shrew," is quite ,

1 3, to March 21.j. 4.50 3.00ORNDO as appeared.delightful and authentic as any stage production that has yet f

Lakeland captured the first prize
for the best out-of.town float-a sil- "THE "
; '.' ver cup-in the Gasparilla Carnival STOLEN INHERITANCE, one of Pathe's famous

t. held in Tampa last week. The first dramas 'that will hold your interest from start to finish.
f prize offered for the best marching WATER[ & LIGHT Cft .
body was secured by the Lakeland
i Elks. i Miss Ruth Pearl in new songs. Miss Pearl is a "Dainty -

The tourist season in St. Augus- Gas DepartmentMlllllillMMMMMMIMMIIIMMMtMMiniHIMt Singer of Sweet Songs' and receives a warm welcome at

I tine is now said to be at its height ,. each perf orance.
and social functions will follow one

al another in quick succession, so that Special Music by our Orchestra.
there will not be an idle hour or un-
'I interesting minute for the visitors ,
until the middle of April, when the Children lOc Adults 20c
l.. the season will close. .

". The Palatka -News says: "E. M. Ilf Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.

Earnest, head of Palatka's biggest & /
definitely announced that he will bea .
candidate for the office of Mayor of
Palatka, in the approaching city con- Just arrived car load For Economy and purchase
vention." So far Mr. Earnest is the
FORDS for immediate H T of money
only candidate to anounce for this W R t G P' power your
office. delivery.Get FOR REAL TATE "Try Wright's" Farm ;,

Celery is said to be looking fine inI Tlats Our Business and Garden Seeds. in '
Sanford and during the remainder of yours nowF. Orlando Florida
,the season will bring the best prices. bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
The Herald says: "Running 1,000 Quality.
I crates or betteer to the acre this sea- Phone 226 .
son brings the net return much higher Fresh Eggs 29C doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
this season and the quality is much Sweet Milk 13C qt. I Ice 5oc 100 Ibs., Limes 150 doz.
finer than it has been in many years." Sweet Milk Fresh Butter Milk
070 pint IOC qt.
Individual lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered
There are now about twelve hun- Package 10 by Express,
dred men at sea fishing for sponges, (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
but the catches are reported to be
very small. This is said to be be- 340 Acres Good Land
cause of bad weather, and the consequent -

., muddiness of the water which 40 under fence 200 house
prevents the divers from seeing for acres good orange trees, two story barn,

few much boats of a which distance have around come them.in within The- r best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale.

;: the past few days have brought
catches of something like ten or
twelve bunches of sponges.-Tarpon iMIM IIIMIIMIMIMIIMMIIM8HUUlillMIIMIMMIIMMilltlliMtlMmttllittm
v\ Springs Leader.


:. Leave the "Anvil Chorus" solo are plenty of good fountain pens in
work and join the "Home Sweet the market and unfortunately there is also a I
Home" orchestra.
; supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a
Trials and tribulations are crucibles Orlando, Florida.
that turn out more true men and better self-filling peh than the Conklin, .
women than wealth can ever hopeto and have never sold a better one of the other Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913
present to the world.
type than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell bothkinds RESOURCESLoans

Will power is like glue-use it and on an absolute guarantee of 'your mon- and Discounts .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. $403,080.10
you can stick to almost any old thing. ey back if you want it. A good fountainpen Overdrafts .. .. . . . . . .. . .. . . . .. . 362.37
Stocks and Bonds . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . 26,018.33
,: Don't be orthodox in the sense of has come to be almost a necessity to every Cash on Hand and in Banks .. .. ... .. ... .. 200,946.57
sticking to a line of thought simply business man or woman. If you have none, Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures .. .. . 25,974.87
because your father did, branch out, or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us
: study and act for yourself. $656,382.24 .
show you the guaranteed sort. LIABILITIES

Many of the old saws are good to Capital Stock ... ... ..... ... .. .. ... .. .. $100,000.00Surplus r
remember, but others are excellentto IW.| S. BRANCH, and Undivided Profits .. .. ... .. .. . 35,214.86 ..
forget. Deposits . . .. .. . .. . . . .. .. . . .. . . 521,167.38
The Arcade look and Music Store
When one says a nice thing of $656,382.24
another they like to talk of chickens
coming home to roost, but when they
lambaste another they conveniently Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . ... . .. .. . $489,971.68
forget that dark colored fowl as wellas iMMMIIimilMltMllltlMiMMMIIIIMIIMtlliMMThis Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 .. .. . .. .. .. . $521,167.38
the lighter hued like to
' home. Watch out. ones get Grove Land Increase . .. .. . . .. .. .... .. . .. . . 31,195.70The '
officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
A handsomely covered book does Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
not always contain well dressed friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
thoughts. management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
, 0 Season's Best Bargain the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
A Milwaukee burglar became a this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
tango teacher and married a girl pu strength isnowhere, displayed better by a bank than in health-
pil. The craze for the effeminate 'S ful statements to its patrons.

tango will die out, but by the manly M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.
art of climbing porches he will sup-
: port the girl.-Louisville Courier- 75 acres fronting half mile on Orlando- M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier

Journal. Sanford hard road. Borders a small lake
suitable for In sight of, :rrrrlllllllll": " ':':::IIII"I:::::::::
Classified ads are quick, inexpensive irrigation purposes. .
and results in the sale and rent- and three minutes walk from R. R. station,

"t ing position.Let of real. estate, securing help or a Postoffice--and good hotel! accommodations. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES MIHMtMMMMHltttlHttltiMlttHHIimillilllt

the people know when you wishto Price $15 Per Acre AND OPTICAL DO ALL REPAIRING KINDS OF A Doll's HouseOne

sell, buy, rent or hire ,use a class- f
ified advertisement in the Sentinel ; It must be sold immediately. .* of Ibsen's Strongest and Best Known Plays
and get results. ri 2' Will Be Given\by the

Amateur night Friday at Park's i Rollins School of Expression,
Or1allo Real E Estate Co.Phone .I ,

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, DR. L H. RAMSDELL In Lyman Gymnasium, Winter Park, Wednesday,
. shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
:;. Shop. 1-2-tf OPTOMETRIST Evening, March 4th, 1914, at 8:15 o'clock.
504 Watkins Block
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(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likiai) ADMISSION 50 CENTS
Advertising pays especially in the I

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MAN fOR THE[ JOB ''I Boone shop, known street,as doing the "good 0. K.,business" at 203;

10 acres good land just outside city O RLANDO O (] Ladies

Jacksonville Postmastership Hangs in and grapefruit limits two, 125 large, tangerines bearing pecan trees,orange mandarines; four trees room,, CHAUTAUQUA() A CouponCut

Balance Because Fletcher and house, new barn, good horse and rig, -BEGINNING-
farming implements. This place is this out and present at
Bryan Hold It Up located near Clear lake. Owner wants MARCH 1st
to 9th
to sell on account of health. Address 1914 main door
Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at
Washington, March 4.-Senator 203 Boone street 2-25-tf
r Fletcher is expected to reach the cap TO ALL CITY TAX PAYERS: Orlando Opera House

ital this evening, being called back, FORREST DARNEY CARR, Managers ..FRIDAY NIGHT
it is whispered, by the insistence of You are required by section 4 0 rand
the postmaster general that the two the state law governing the assess
ment and collection of taxes in this
senators get together and agree upona city, to make your returns by March ATTRACTIONS MRS. IDA B. COLE you will be admitted
hare charge of the C. L. S. C.
candidate for postmaster at Jack 1st of each year. The act reads: Rogers Band.
sonville. Senator Bryan declines to "All persons, corporations and firms GOV. J. FRANK HANLY
For four ran Governor of Indiana
change his endorsement from Dignanand owning real or personal property tax and one of the belt .em of FREERemember
able by the city are hereby
required the ace.
is to the
going mat with his to make return of the same to the
choice. assessor before the first day of Marchof PROF. WILLIS L. MOORE READERS
Senator Fletcher has formally en each year." Eighteen yean Chief cf the U.
dorsed one of the candidates said to The returns shall contajn a com S. Weather Burnt. Roller Male
Quartette. good for Ladies
be Hutchinson. This information is plete list and description of all tax DR.C. H. TYNDALLScientist. Mill Christine Levin Contralto in only and not
property belonging to such per Recital.
learned officially as to the endorse son, corporation or firm on the first Miu Martha Alexander Violinist. good for Children
ment < some one and is authorita- day of January in the year for which DR. SIGEL ROUSH Mr. L.Forrest Hudson Dabnej Carr, and Jessie
T ..:ircut the postoffice department the return is made, together with the Journalist, Traveler, Lecturer. Company

Fletcher's declines to official divulge choice the name, as that of Mr.i is full piece including cash of real value the estate.full of cash each" value item thereof of each, MDMA FORD VON INKELSTEIN MOUNT- p PARKS

of contrary the department to the rules and' practLs known to If"unknown the aH names real estate of owners"will be assessed are not tom Will Lecture of Holyland.on the life and eatMUSICAL BIG 1 TENT THEATRE[ [

owner, and personal DR. CAROLYN GEISEL Rogers Band.
It is whispered here this morning property will be assessed in a lump Will the a course of most HELPMice Gar Zenola McLaran
that Senator Fletcher may offer another as "personal property," according to FUL, UP-TO-DATE LECTURES Mr. Hal Merton Master of MaficMiss Amateur also
the best information obtainable. Elizabeth Sheffield Allen Night, Friday Night, $5
name to Senator Bryan as a on HEALTH. Rude rand Impersonator.

compromise. Spear, Burbridge, Mil guess If returns work will are have not to made be indulged some in Gold for best offering. $2.50 in silver

ler and Cassidy are the names men in by the assessor. Better save future
tioned. Until the senator arrives trouble by making returns now. SEASON for second best. Amateurs present
BOONE, City Assessor.
nothing definite can be said, but it
is expected that some agreement will Orlando CURTIS & O'NEAL'S BOOK STORE Florida name now to Mr. Park.
Try the Sentinel Job Department.
be reached, Mr. Burleson insists
as Tickets on Sale, Wednesday Morning Feb. 25th
t that a Democrat must be named to
fi* the vacancy at Jacksonville. fHlimilimiMMMtlMI HUM " , ., , " " MMMUUIIIMIMMIIMMMIMiMtMMtltlllttitiiliMltMMMM


V. REUNION. u rerne Auto ml'The'oil I "I

24th Confederate Jacksonville annual Veterans,reunion Fla., ,of March Sons the of United 5th.Confederate -- that has : llammond&Gore t : [ELECTRIC l[ T I VACUUM CLEANER l[ [ 'I

Veterans, and all allied organizations stood the su FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

will be held in Jacksonville preme test _.- -- -- --- ___u._
r Fla., May 6, 7, 8. Alreadythe REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
progressive, public spirited citizens -
% of Jacksonville are making preparations --- THAT __ COMPARE Have your room or house

to receive and entertain there
veterans and all visitors at the OUR cleaned without dust or troubleof

union. It is Jacksonville's ambitionto Goo Gulf Gasoline FURNITUREWe

break all reunion records in pointof moving furniture ,
provide the quality furniture that has long *
attendance and entertainment, and
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
to this end every energy of this thriving standard of merit. If
an article is here it is good.
modern city will be directed. It wouldn't be here it otherwise. We
were can't make The Pierce Electric Co. send Experienced
Jacksonville is happy over the prospect this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof an

of doing honor to the survivorsof : P. G. WALTON Agt. this business, and that means much to any buyer.
the Confederate armies, their descendants man.

and their friends.

effort will be put forth to make Every them PHONES 450260 McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK,
feel at home m SEE THEM FOR TERMS
and to enjoy their .
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
in the Gateway City of Florida. Hotels . . . .. " " " ,.1. \ *
boarding houses and private =
homes will be open to the reunion -- - -ii.- - .

will delegates be cared and and for.visitors.cordiality Jacksonville's All wilt who be come preparedness all- MMIIIIMMHMMMMMK Shoe Repairing T The PIERCE[ [ [ELECTRIC l[ CO11 Int..

that the veterans and their friends by PARCEL POST ; 1t Electrically
could desire. Her people will meet
them at the depot extend them the Equipped! ; CHURCH STREET t

hand of welcome, show them to their Men' Half Soles, 750 to <5cLadies'
temporary homes and look after their Half Soles, 60c to 7ScChildren's "IIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIII I.llllltlllllllllll II'I.J
Half Soles, sOc to 750
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pleasure while guests; of
Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oa
the city. The best that Jacksonvillecan .
Repaired, 250
do will not be too good for the
1, thousands of visitors who rill attend All work returned in 24 hours. "'.
this reunion. Orders without remittance returned .
C. 0. D. We pay
Jacksonville will impress the visitors return postage.

with all the force of Andrew typeface Every .
Jackson, for whom the city Vas Two.Siity The greatest Standard motorcycle Model rain strikes the exact 4ic
Hanson ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin -
named. In return for printing i dcenter
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troubles by Gen. Jackson, the ORLANDO FLORIDA i

city was named in his honor. Fromyear

a village of 1,500 population a : MOTOCYCLES
", ,
after the close of the war, Jacksonville -

of 85,000.has grown There into is a no modern more progressive city- To THE WEST nuwqi FOR 1914 The Ban L.C.Bearing Smith,&Long Bros.Wearing Typewriter

city in the south. It is VIASfMINOU 60,000 brand new red machines will go out over the Indian Typewriter for
thoroughly abreast of the times, trauYduring the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production
throbbing and in the history of the industry.

trade and commerce.thriving By center reason ::3 LIMIT [:D They will flash forth fully armed with ".Thirty-Eight Better_, the Rural Business i Man'

its location, its railway facilities, its tJ ments for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
Lv Orlando ______________ l
resources and its enterprise, Jacksonville 3:13 pm Equipment! Armed with New Standard
looms Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm a of Value which must Whether you are a small town merchantor
big as the Gateway of completely overturn all existing ideas of
motorcycle worth.
Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm
Florida and commands the trade of Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric a farmer, you can't afford to without
a vast and constantly terLv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L 1:15 head
expanding ---- am light, electric tail light
two sets
high a
ritory. Thousands of tourists Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am teries electric amperage storage bat typewriter
from Corbin Brown
Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 rear-drive speedometer.
northern sections of the country Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20> am Yon cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914 Typewritten letters and bills save your time and
pass through, Jacksonville every fall Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30* amoTolainterated Indian Catalog. It makes plain holt of compelling Indian facts that all motor give you a business standing you can get in no .
to seek warmth and pleasure along r Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 p men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian .
the famed East Coast All of them I Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12: > c.taIot-th. most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read other way.
'Ar Jackson, Tenn. I. C.____
stop in Jacksonville, spending a Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9 7:1part : 5Pm> The 1914 line of Indian Motocydes consists of: The L. C. Smith & Bros typewriter is especially

of their vacation time enjoying the Ar Cairo, 111., I. C.--_______11:07 pm e 4 H.P. Single Service Model.............................$200.00 adapted to this work because it, will stand
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community affords. ynstant 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................ 260.00 wear and does not require an expert operator.
This co Ar St Louis, Mo., I. C.____ 7:05 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model...................... 260.00
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new citizens are acquired
ery year-active, progressive Solid Through Trains-Composed of C SMITH & BROS.TYPEWRITER CO.

with brain and capital, who youngmen join observation, compartment, drawing- NOTICE Ever Try our Classified Ads. Syracuse N. Y.

.f in the work of making Jacksonville room, section, sleeping cars, arid free Please !send me your free book.
reclining chair cars, between Jackson- Notice is hereby given that the Cityof They have proven their worth many
a worthy product of the twentieth ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand Orlando, Florida, will on January 1, times and will be just as valuable to I o I I 4* not BK a typewriter at pmeat.D .
century. 1915, pay off with interest to that you if put to the test. Let them be I am..ing typewriter sad...Id like t. *-.ra abort
St. Louis. All meals in dining date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 your agent in: Lou.pccud offer In exchange it for.H"v-e.
and 20, of the City of Orlando seven
Renting a house, selling
"The car.For property or
man who hesitates is lost?" tickets and Pullman car reservations per cent bonds, issued July 1, 1892, anything on the market, finding; lost aa .
Hardly, especially when he according to the provisions made for
stops .on call on articles, securing help or positons P. o
the brink of a chasm. redemption in said bonds. in a thousand ways they can be used
1 W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Dated February 11, 1914. profitably. State
or CARL JANSEN, City Cler:'. >E
Friday night is triple event nightat D., W.. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, 12-lm
Park's big tent. The regular performance Atlantic Coast Line, Warman Repairs and Retires Baby __ f

the clever amateurs e and Orlando. W. T. ENTRICAN Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf

ladies free combined make this nightOrlando Offers to Orlando the newest and best I'

one never to be forgotten by Take your repairing 10 Warman on of workmanship in the painting and Now's the time to subscribe. Everybody's = --'
decorating trade. Phone 636.
theater doin' it.
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11r THE DAILY t SIDELIGHTS- FROM Mesick FROZEN, Mich., March 2, I IIs ll
South Florida SentinelMORNING (By W. S. Branch) i Editor Sentinel:
A well known citizen and politician I am pleased to
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner living in the northern section of the receipt of the Sentinel of Co1
city reports an unusual- condition of 26th, and note what a :
Entered. u Second at the Class postoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando, FlorIda affairs at his home, in that he is a Orange county fair was,
pronounced advocate of equal suf- poor devils shovel snow and
frage while his wife is opposed to it. shove in the wood.
Copy for display and all other hand-M should the firm of Pank- what interested the
He engage But me
handed in at the bawnttifflce
adiertidnc matt be ,
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m hurst & Daughter to camp on his was the item of Mr. S. Y. DEPARTMENT STORE[
This rule apple
the day before publication. and remain until milady with Brother I
U channel for contract admthint: it is front porch can sympathize
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. promises to work for woman's rights and if he will tell who the

I and agrees to exercise her rights or just how he got my pocket
One Year SUBSCRIPTION.RATES: $>.0(( after they are procured. with nine dollars of borrowed
* rlan o's favorite
last winter while on our way
Six Months 2.5C(
Three Months 1.25 It is a dull week down at St. Pe- from a visit to Tampa, I
tersburg when they do not vote bonds sole with him. I thought I I
In Advance.
for some enterprise. This week they ty smart-and undoubtedly ,
voted to issue I. 0. U.'s for a municipal Brother Way-but I know and
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914. gas plant. We shall expect to I ably Mr. Way does too, that I PLACE
hear next that they have voted a few others. I
THE WEATHER millions in bonds to be used in pay- The month of March came
ing pensions to all tourists who remain terday according to the old -
i Florida: Fair Friday and Satur- in the city three months or like a lion, whether it goes .
day. : more. a lamb or not. It sure' was a
00 day. This has been a fair
A man in the South Carolina legislature The press dispatches announce that for our grain, as there is
,. called the Blease bluff, but Bryan is "rejoicing over the arrivalof snow I to protect it, and we Coffibluatioll]) ti Siiitiugs[
there was no fight. Blease is made a new grandchild," making his a Waiting for the robins to
up of bluff and bluster; maybe a. total of six lively 'kids to call him JOHN A.
licking would do him good. "grandpa" and beg his pennies. Pos- -
o sibly he hopes to some day have IN ORLANDO FOR A of the dainty costumes for Spring have the
One Chicago suffragette who was enough grandchildren, great-grand-
WORK effects skirt of stripe and waist of che-
candidates, ,
the defeated re
:among children, and greatgreatgrandchildren -
nounced suffrage after the recent pri to hold the balance of power and Mrs. L. H. Ledsinger, of same material, these effects in some cases being
mary in that city. She reached the elect him president of the United Ga., is stopping at the
conclusion that women had no business States. is representing the Southern We are showing a very handsome range of
in tional Society in the great
politics.It al and Parental Forward specially woven on these lines in CREPE
o Says a fashion note: "A woman's .
isn't necessary to discuss the gown should be an index to her mind." which aims to do for mothers RATINES, BATISTES and LAWNS.
merits of the Becker case and the reversal Well, most of the gowns are as abbreviated ers, teachers, and children
of the verdict by the court of: as an index.-Memphis Chautauqua movement does
appeals to have hostile thoughts of: CommercialAppeal.A individual in gaining a Range from 25c yard to $1.50
the principal-it is necessary only to small book requires a small in-
look at his smug self-satisfied face as dex and that may be the reason thatan
he posed for the photographers after abbreviated dress is an index to ,
his release from the death house. the minds of some of the females. Cash
o 000
There were few of the old timersin The Times-Union says: "A ground-
Florida who didn't know Major hog is accused of holding up the New
Tom Hall, of Ocala, who died in an York Central." Holding up a trainis City Y
Atlanta hospital Wednesday. He was easy compared with holding up Frelicli I Crepe r 1Jll ille 1 1
one of the most companionable of the weather for six weeks. And the
.: men and had a host of friends wherever ground hog does that every year beginning
he was known. His genial pres- about the second of Febru Real

ence will be sadly missed.A ary. wool-delicate, dainty, softly tapering, charac-
o 00 for cash or
member of the Tampa Times No official report has been made as Parisian-In rich tones of Burgundy, dove ,
staff, Mr. J. E. Worthington, made a to just what Marion Ives said when
trip up in the air with Tony Jannus, he found out that the big plate of heliotrope, Saxe blue, Egyptian gold and Marechal

the air boat man, who flies betweenSt. glass for his show window was bro- Rose .
Dr. A. J. .
Petersburg and Tampa. It was a ken, and that he would be compelledto

thrilling experience and Mr. Worthington wait about a month for a new one. Rock ENGRAVING'n 44-INCHES WIDE -..- .-
writes an interesting story But having been raised to believe in
about it for the Times of Thursday. predestination, .it is supposed he ' '
quoted the 25th verse of the 3rd chap- Special Price $1.25
, Representative Frank 'Clark has ter of the 18th book of the Old Testament .
made a niche for himself among the

;, immortals by introducing a bill ap- A. Y. FULLER
propriatig the sum of twety-five thou- SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI
: sad dollars for a monument to the am now organizing an excursion
New York and via THE
party to Albany,
I Indian chief Osceola. Frank must be
: figuring on the Everglades vote. It April Clyde 18th.Line Price steamship for trip Arapahoe is $22.25,
; would be a deal more reasonable to from Orlando to Albany, which in- REO
Sill Pollard F I Pallerils P
>: !tt
i; Seminoles.introduce a bill to buy. pants for the ville cludes tion to and baggage those New starting York.transfer at Special Jacksonvilleor in Jackson-reduc- For long life and low r r rTruly

o stopping at New York. For good
full stock of supplies
: Whatever else President Wilson berth and rooms make reservationsnow
might have done or may do, his stand of C. P. Smith, Hand building, of competent repair a magnificent assortment, embracing as it
corner Orange avenue and Church
; on the repeal of the toll exemption street, before March 21. 3-5-tf the newest and prettiest floral effects so much in ,,
. is right and just, his stand being that guaranteed.
! the national honor is at stake; that TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY .
..J. .:.
} we agreed in the Hay-Pauncefote
, LOST-At the Grand theater, a lace
treaty not to exempt ships
leave the
boudoir cap. Please at
from the payment of tolls and that box office.LOSTPearl. THE I
: we can not afford to do it now even I
! if the Democratic platform does call pendant. Finder return FULLER

for rises it.above In this mere instance party pledges the president and is 3-Robinson-.2t to, Sentinel 608 Orange office avenue.or to J. H. .' m HIM I ateFprOOIall t r r 1 n Snot t Proot 1 rI

; seen as a strong man and true, representing I
1 the naticn above the party.If .
Florida had had a governor .with Or grand colorings of tan, taupe, dove gray, laven-
the same strength of character the
Wailes claim against the state would old rose, wine, tabac, cinnamon, seal, navy, and

have been paid many years ago. Un- .
fortunately for the good name of the I
state chair. we have had politicians in the two designs or coloringslorings alike

o '
From time to time we hear of the ODD Specially Priced 7 7ft
trials of the railroad man, and to be $ *
sure they have them; but now and are so useful when it comes to Dress Length *

again we hear of another side of their tractively, \Ve can offer you. I
life. Only recently Morton Riddle, tions in 1I
Mike Crown and J. C. Brown, all rail- I
road men, though of different sta- Beautiful Cut
tions, were the recipients of hand-
some tokens of esteem from their co- that will give your table an air of

workers. Mike got a new jewel for finement and add prestige to your
his Crown (beg pardon) in the form hostess. Our Mail Order r ilepallifient e
of a handsome diamond ring valued Every housekeeper knows the .
at more than five hundred bucks. II
less linen gleaming silver
Now think of the hard worked men I
in overalls digging up that amountof r service is of greater importance than a great help to our out-of-town customers, make

gum for Mike Crown, and consider -
can. Samples or information
of it whenever you
if any other class of employescould .
afford to do as handsomely for given. We prepay all charges. .
one of their dear departed; newspa-
for of our illustrated mail order cata
per men, for example. How many Write one

newspaper men ever received a five We invite comparison values. 1
hundred dollar diamond from his loyal .
co-workers Suppose a newspaperman I
should be caught with a five
hundred dollar diamond-xvhat'd theydo
with him? They gave Morton I jii. [vans the
Riddle a champagne supper, which
suited him better, and J. C. Brown, ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
who was promoted for his effectual
political work as a locomotive engi- OPPOSITE
neer to be U. S. marshal for the Ave. Orlando
southern district of Florida, got a C ae e
gold watch. From all of which we EXPERT REPAIRING AND
draw the inevitable conclusion that w
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Pure Candy is More Than a j beautiful wedding took place at
ROBINSON A STARKEY, Managers ft Zellwood yesterday when Miss RuthE.
i Gardner became the wife of Mr.

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. o Open 9 I. m. to 10:30 P. M. |Ii Thomas D. McGraw, Rev. George D. '

i Admission 5 cents t tiDallDCDGllDGDGllDCDGllDGDGllDG. Reeves officiating. The marriage service a a.d

Of course, hundreds of people all over the country was performed in the parlor of .
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
eat Candy just because they like Candy-just to I PROGRAMImp. and Mrs. J. S. Gardner. The room I.

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also "Robespierre." A splendid was prettily decorated with cut flow-
with Wm. E. Shay play- ,
3-reel drama
r have done the same thing many times.If ers and green foliage, and the couple
the most
ing the part of Robespierre, stood beneath a wedding bell of

we can convince you that pure candy is fanatical and famous of the repub- orange blossoms. The bride entered

healthful-is really beneficial from a food standpoint lican leaders of the French Revolution with her father, and the groom with I I. l
; he who with a per- other .
the bride's mother. The mem-
why then you'll realize that your"money is well sonality and a dominating will : bers of the bridal party were the sister -

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- swayed a people already obsessed of the bride, Miss Jessie Gardner,
with the spirit of revolt, inciting themto who stood with Mr. Percy P. McGraw,

ment. the fiendish occurrences which resulted brother of the groom; Mr. and Mrs.
has been given a forcible por-
McGraw Mr.
Gardner, Mrs. Percy P. ,
trayal. One of the remarkable thingsin and Mrs. W. E. Edwards, Miss King, ,
this play is the successful han- Miss Haines and Miss Henderson. A
people at one timeas If you want a watch that you
BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN f dling of so many wedding luncheon followed the cere-
in the mob scene. can be proud of-carry a
mony, and in the afternoon the couple
I Price, 5 cents. departed for their future home in 1 WalthamWatch D
2 to 10:30 m.BRILLIANT .
Open p.
Altus Ark. A beautiful wedding
( home of home-made Candies
The pure and The Waltham has been awarded
Miss Laughlin
--- cake
-' --- -- designed by
I highest honors at Interna-
THE: the of Rock bakery of every
AT the
MUSICALE product .
Avenue tional Exposition and has taken
Orange ROSALIND CLUB Orlando, was presented to the bride, every Gold Medal offered in
and was the center of the table at the '
America since 1875.
The hostesses for yesterday's en- luncheon. The floral decorationscame
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tertainment at the Rosalind club were from the Laughlin gardens
I Mrs. Charles Campbell, Mrs. J. M. were artistically placed by Mrs. Edwards II irg Don't with buy us.a watch Complete before assortment Ulk--

MENDELSSOHN CLUB Cheney, Mrs. C. D. Christ, Mrs. Car- and Mrs. McGraw. The brideis grades.\Valtbaa Watches in all

penter, Mrs. Hamilton Johnson and a lovely and accomplished young
WADE There will be a rehearsal for the Miss Ada Bumby; and a very delightful woman, and the groom, who came Allen & Co.
THE TUNER ladies of the choral this afternoon at program was given. Miss Sara from Arkansas and has been livingat ,

ORLANDO, FLA. 4:30 o'clock at Mr. Cart's studio. All Slemons played the "Prelude," by Zellwood for the past two years, is

expected to be present. Rachmaninoff; Mrs. T. H. Thompsonsang a young business man of sterling JEWELERS

"Little Doris," and amusing qualities. The young people are pop- Everything Guaranteed.
Mr. F. L. Rogers, of Pennyon, N. ST. CECILIA'S GUILD sketches, "Aunt Jane of Kentucky," ular with a large circle -<>f frien s, Reliable

Y., is a guest of the San Juan whileon and "The Mountaineer's Entertainment whose good wishes will attend themin Repairing.

a visit to Orlando. The monthly business meeting of ," were given by Miss Dorothy their new home.

St. Cecilia's Guild will be held at the Siemens and Miss Emily Miller. Two .

Mr. B. H. Thompson, ,of East Or Chapter House this afternoon at half numbers were sung by each, Mrs. DEATH OF WILLIAM J. WALKER

ange, N. J., is included among the recent past two. A full attendance is desired James Magruder and Miss Susie Ma-

arrivals at the San Juan. as matters of importance are gruder, the former giving the "Flower Mr. William J. Walker, seventyoneyears

to be discussed.IN Song," from Faust, and by requestthe of age, died at his home in 1 11:11 IID
Miss Clyde Brown arrived yester catchy song and dance which she Concord Park at 2 o'clock yesterday 1B01HfMlliMMItMtMttHMMMMIMtlittilMtilltttill'I}

day afternoon from Whiteville, N. C., HONOR OF MRS. DEMINGThe sang in the Peter Pan minstrels. Miss morning, following a brief illness. .

to visit her sister, Mrs. J. C. Sikes, Magruder was requested to repeat Mr. Walker was born in Georgia and
109 Robinson avenue. many friends of Mrs. and Miss "When the Whole World Has Gone came to Florida several years ago, I

Branch are receiving the following Back on You, Come to Me," also given settling in DeSoto county. He removed :

Miss Mary Robinson retprned yesterday pleasant invitation to meet the for- in the minstrels, which she sang as to Orlando about ten years :

from Jacksonville, where she mer's sister, Mrs. Deming, now a visitor an encore for Denza's "May Morn- I ago and was generally known and :

has been on a visit to her relatives, at their home: ing." Miss Roberta Branch accom- respected here. He was a memberof

Mr. and Mrs.' W. R. Harney.Mr. Mrs. W. S. Branch, Miss Branchat panied Mrs. and :Miss Magruder, and the Baptist church, and the fun- : !rir Insur

home, Thursday, March 12th, Mrs. Hathaway, of Fall River, Mass., eral was conducted,yesterday after- : $ nc

H. A. Simmons! of Marlborough 3:30to6p.in. played for Mrs. Thompson.The noon at the residence by Rev. Dr. :
Mass., arrived in Orlando yes To meet Mrs. W. M. Deming. committee served a delicious Edw. T. Poulson. The remains were I

terday on a visit, and is making his; salad course at the conclusion of the carried to Arcadia for interment. The :
headquarters at the San Juan. THE ROUND TABLE deceased is survived by his wife and : r
program. <. ,.,
five children, Henry and Edward :

Mr. Edward Hudnall, a former well : The Round Table will meet tonight BIRTHDAY PARTY Walker, of DeSoto county; William I I

known business man", but now travel !at 8 o'clock in Unity Chapel. This Walker and Mrs. Lizzie Crawford and : S.Z.. wA--

ing out of Boston, was in Orlando I club was organized for the study of The "Jolly Twelve,," who left Man-: Mrs. Rosa Kenney, of Orlando.Rev. .

yesterday greeting old friends. the different methods proposed for chester, N. H., January 5th, composedof

social reform. It is nonsectarianand Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sargent, Mrs.C. . Dr. Edward T. Poulson received : Phone 172

The regular monthly business meeting non-partisan. The paper tonightis H. Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. a telephone message yesterday :
of the W. C. T. U. will be held in by Mrs. Isabel Collins Stanley, on Patten, Miss Bessie Smith, Mr. James morning from the son of Rev. Dr.

the Presbyterian Sunday school room Philosophic Anarchism, or the phil- Benson, Mrs. Mary Adams, Mr. and Clark Crawford, telling of the latter's iiimimtiiMiiiiiil
Friday afternoon at 3, o' lock: osophy of individualism. The second Mrs. Frank Brown, Mrs. Mary Knowl- death. Dr. Crawford was pastor of HtliHillllllll '
paper in the course will be by Mr. celebrateda Memorial Methodist)
ton, Mrs. Susie Shannon, the Snyder
Among the popular commercial Fred Stanley, on Communistic An- birthday party in honor of one of church of Jacksonville, coming to that iMMtlHttMllllltlfltllMMMtltmHHtllComb
men at the San Juan today is Mr. H. archism. All who are interested in their party. A sumptuous dinner was city from Bluffton, IncL, where he and ;

C. Berry, of the firm of Berry Bros. the study of these problems are invited served in the orange grove at 13 East Dr. Poulson had lived at the same Honey

& Fresch, wholesale crockery, Balti to be present. Concord avenue. The table was'beautifully time, enjoying an unusually close and

more. spread and decorated with or- fraternal intimacy during that period.It .

ALL K. P.'s TAKE NOTICE ange blossoms, a birthday cake beingin was largely through Dr. Craw- small amount. Sendus
Could only secure a
Mr. Walter Drennen and Mr. Will the center of the table, and the ford's influence that Dr. Poulson was
Branch went to Fort Myers yesterday Ten candidates for Knight's rank." guest of honor, Mrs. A. F. Patten, cut induced to come to Florida, and the your order before it is gone.

r Mr. Drennen to sing at a concert An enthusiastic meeting expected. the cake. A pleasant afternoon was Orlando minister was deeply grieved
this evening with Mr. Branch as accompanist Want all members present. Meeting spent. Two readings were given by yesterday to learn of his friend'sdeath. 1

tonight, Friday, March 6th. Miss Bessie Smith, music being fur- Dr. Poulson left last nightto Fresh Tomatoes
N. P. YOWELL, Master of Work. the funeral which will beheld
nished by Mrs. Susie Shannon. ,
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Mrs. E. L. Sears arrived last even- 0. N. LARSON, C. C. today. He will u. return on the Shipment received daily

Ing from Belle Vernon, Pa., to spend I I STETSON DEFEATS CATHEDRALIN early morning train Saturday.AN .
the remainder of the with her
season Little Miss Chalfant
Dorothy was BASKET BALL 23 TO 11
brother Mr. Samuel Jones 127 East Cider Vinegar
given :a very delightful "surprise ATTRACTIVE PLACE

Amelia avenue. party" yesterday afternoon, a number Last evening the basket ball teams Twenty-acre farm; 10 acres cleared;
of her small friends gathering at of Stetson university and Cathedral six of it in grove} fruit netted over In bulk or bottle.
Mr. and Mrs. Ansyl Palmer and lit her home on America street for a aI I contested $1,000 this year; three acres good
school met in hotly gamein
muck land good spring of water and
tle ;
daughter, Helen, who are the
merry frolic. An impromptu feast which Stetson captured the hon- running brook; six room house in
of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cook
guests which her guests had brought with ors. Both teams showed excellent good condition, barn, etc. On clay
of 214 Robinson avenue, will leave in them much road 2 miles from town. Address
was enjoyed. team work and the results of good
a few days for their home in Milan, Box "B," Sentinel. 2<28-6t THE SANITARY GROCERY
f coaching, in one of the best games
Mich. BASEBALL TODAY ever witnessed on the local floor. 1 Eat what want.
In the first half Stetson threw four Eat all you want. CARUTHERS & GORE
Mrs. General Rufus N. Barrengerand This afternoon at the Driving park field baskets and two fouls, whileC. Take a postscript and forget it.
sisters, Misses Helen and Lily the baseball team of the Orlando high S. G. made only three field baskets, For sale by all druggists. I Phone 200 -1 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Long, and Mrs. Smith, of Charlotte, l7d&w.lyrOSTEOPATHY
school will the
play boys from the one of which was thrown by Miss
N. C., arrived in Orlando last night
Winter Park school. Both
high teamsare Holland and two by Miss Spencer,
and for the time being are at Rev. be I AND POTTED PLANTS.
reported exceptionally :Miss Holland also made'one point on CUT FLOWERS

Jno. W. Stagg's' _residence. strong and a good game is to be wit- a foul. The score at the end of the ii iiii HI ill I If If" . 'It
nessed by all who attend.LUCERNE first half was 7 to 10 in favor of - ......
Mr. John B. Cooley, of CornellsviMe, -- -- -
Pa., is in Orlando on a visit to his TODAY Stetson. Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointment -
Miss Warlow played for Miss Spencer -
brother, :Mr. Sam M. Cooley. lie is No extra charge for house treatment A
very much pleased with this section. Any one wishing to see the best in second half on Cathedral. The Telephone connections ONE 1913
motion show in Orlando C. S. G. team was unable to hold the
Mr. Cooley is a printer of the old Office cor. Orange and Central Aves.
should go to the Lucerne, otherwise Stetson girls who made five field bas- Car
Hudson Touring
school and has been connected with --- - -- --- --
known as "Orlando's Best Photo Play kets and three points on fouls. Miss
the Connellsvllle Courier for a num- house." The program shown there LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
Haines, Stetson's running center, hada MILES i
ber of today will convince any one who DRIVEN 3,000
years. I doubts this assertion, as it includes a heavy fall and was unable to play Flowers
-----.- Broncho two-reel feature film enti- for several minutes. Cathedral made

The following guests are registeredat tled "Conscience," a sensational and one field basket and two points on ROSES, VIOLETS, CONDITION
McKee Place, 413 Main street: highly interesting drama, and will ABSOLUTELY PERFECT
Mr. Elrey Gilky and Mr. Edward not fail to meet the demands of the fouls, making the total score 23 to CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
most critical audience. 11.
Case, Cleveland, 0.; Mrs. S. E. Green "Her Ring" is another drama of The following young ladies com- POTTED PLANTS A BARGAIN AT A
and daughter, Miss Ida Green, At- the first water that will be shown at "
the teams:
water, 0.; Mrs. Robert Ware and the Lucerne today. It is Majestic posed % I
and of their best. Stetson-Forwards, Misses holly $1,100San
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daughter, Mrs. E. Ware Dare, Bridgeton -
Go to the Lucerne, for there is and Elliot; guards, Smith and Dun- Good Wood UO
N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mor- where the best pictures shown
are ning; centers, Lewis and Haines. j
row, Lake City, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. the best music is heard, and where Cathedral-Forwards Misses Better Wood $2 :and} $2.25
Spencer -
Robert Greer, Pontiac, Mich.; Mr. and the pictures are uninterrupted by imitation -
vaudeville. and Holland; guards, Davis and { Co.
$2.50 and $2.75 Juan Garage
Mrs. John Lorimer and daughters, Best Wood -
Pictures run continuously betweenthe Hodgson; centers, Shiver and Mc-
Misses Carrie and Margaret Lorimer, hours of 2 p. m. and 10 p. m. I
and Mr. Chas. Lorimer, Irwin, Pa. Same price to allS cents.. Camey. This won't last long, All Night Service

FREE DEMONSTRATIONAn Stock up while you can.
TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO Eat what you want.
Chiropodist for both men and wo- Eat all you want. 0-Cedar Polish :Mop demonstration 4
,men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Take a postscript and forget it. will be held all this week at the Orlando Wood Yard TIRES don't cost any more and are guar-
For sale by all durggists. AJAX
scalp Feet a specialty. L.
hardware store of the
Joseph Bumby
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over l-7-d&w-lyr ro4 W. 'Pine St anteed for five thousand miles.
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm Hardware company. The ladies of
T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone the city are invited to call and see B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor

Sentinel want ads. get results. 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf this mop in use. 4-3t I A


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oner strike the complainant. On 160-acre farm in southern,Kansas, A Bargain for Some way for results. The little
Taft, Fla., March 4.-Guests at the what provocation?" Witness-"Why half under plow, balance pasture; all' New N house in good that needs to

: Nelson House recently: Harmon i'he pulled out a roll of bills, your MUNNIMAKERS fenced; best of soft water within 15, and papered, piazza and cry your
to 20 feet of surface; house and 2 Five acres in the lot. and bring results, no
Sealschoot, Celina, 0.; Arthur Butt Honor. Judge--"And you mean to Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale For wells, wind mill; close to good school;i and grapefruit grove of thing or man or opportu-

and J. P. Cawood, Orlando; Mr. and say the prisoner struck him for 59c Rent for, ett three, for diys this, or column.11.00 for 25e one for week one day for six miles of county seat and two oth- just coming into bearing. seek. Merchants find them

Mrs. Peinert, Bowling Green, 0.; that?" Witness-"Well, he struck 25 words or less. Money must accompany er railroad towns; title perfect. Wm. trees, 8 Japanese SentineL'i'I I business and
as getters,
Miss M. Miller, Boston, Mass.; J. 0. him for some of it.WashingtonHerald. the insertions advertisements will be made fer on this credit.column, as BO lando.L Coryell, 201 Concord avenue 2-25-lw, Or- roses water.and Situated shrubs on in clay front I' People in all use the

Fletcher, Apopka.Mr. life and read them.
DASHEENS.The Castle, near Drennen use
and Mrs. J. C. Harrington, of WANTED-Lady or gentleman book- South's substitute for the Irish 10 acres on the clay try a Sentinel want ad. to
Montrose, Pa., are visiting with their keeper to do little extra book work. potato. Very productive. More for orange and grapefruit
Don't be dogmatic, give the other Address "D," care Sentinel 5-2t I you will be pleased with the
yields to 500 bushels acre. En- gardening. Any one
brothers, J. F. and Will Harrington, up per 1
fellow a chance to think as his light dorsed by the Agricultural Depart- ida home will do well to ,
on their honeymoon tour, and wisely leads him.WANTEDLadies. WANTED-To rent six sachusetts Villa.
or seven ment, Washington, D. C. Now is the I
selected Florida and especially Taft room cottage, close in. Must be time to plant. For seed apply to A. D. I Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,
r for their trip. Mrs. Harrington was reasonable. Address J. L. D., care P. F. LAUBACH

formerly Mrs. CrandaU-Smith, of to bring those Sentinel. 35.4t Orlando, Fla. For the news, read The street. 12.5-tf
combings to us. 'Don't destroy
r .. Binghamton, N. Y. They are delighted WANTED-Two first-class tickets to
them. We will make what you want. FOR REN1
with Florida, as they are, out of Come and see our stock and examineour or beyond Cincinnati. Call phone !HMimilMlllillllMMIIMIIMIIIMIimtillHUMThe

the zero and colder weather, snow, work. We invite inspection. If 366. 3-5-3t
you haven't the hair we supply it. FOR RENT FURNISHED-A pleas-
ice and blizzards of the North.
Our stock is genuine. We make everything WANTED AT ONCETwentyfivefamily ant bed room, three blocks from AltamonteALTAMONTE !
y' C. A. Tompkins was in Orlando to order. Will pay cash for washings at 50 cents each. court house. No children. Apply at

last Friday.Geo. combings. Nickolas & Nickolas, 305 Home Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla the Woman's Exchange. 2-27-tf

K. Thomas had business in Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm Reel. 3-4-5t I
FOR RENT-5-room house, partly

the county seat Saturday.Mrs. FOR SALE furnished. See Frank Soper, Room I A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. LR.R. ',
H. D. Baggarby left Tuesdayor CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE 3 McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t
An elegant modern home; four bed- .) Come out and getthe best dinner served in Inte-
her future home in Tampa, w1 ere LASTING 30 DAYS two bath and electricity
rooms; rooms; gas rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the :
F is throughout fruit trees and FOR RENT-Large attractive room
Mr. Baggarby now employed.Mr. ;
No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles south. flowers. 509 East Central avenue. in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. most beautiful and healthful location In Florida, on :
A. A. and wife started \
F Holly east of city, on hard road, all improved I 2-15-tf 2-4 tfittilltMMMIMIMMItllttltllMttlllMII high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks. :
for Aiken, S. C., last Friday. Mr. ; 175 budded orange and grapefruit Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc. I
Holly has been clearing his land and trees just coming into bearing; Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve :
7-room house the land is of the best. III I lltllf
setting fruit trees the past winter ;
ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. :
No. 2-Two 3-acre inside
young groves
and now goes back to make a sum- of city, nicely situated to divide Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet. i II

; mer crop in South Carolina, and will into home lots. ..

return here next fall to make a win- No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6- One Bungalow Left to Sell I

ter crop here. He keeps the ball roll- room house and 200 bearing grove; S GEO. E. BATES & SON Proprietors
the 5 acres is garden land divided in ,

# ing.Our acre lots and recorded.No. [Summer Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
drainage committee reportsfine 4-5 acres east between Amelia .
progress on the long ditch in the and Concord avenues, just over city lilMiMIIIIMIIMIiMiMiniMmiltllltltliilBMIHWednesday
Third ward west of the railroad. An- limit line; a part of it to bearing
grove and grapery; a fine 8-room
other week will nearly, if not quite
house and other buildings. This is.a
complete it. This will take the water rare bargain to get a city home just Phone 563tMIMiMilMIMIIIIMMIitlMIMMiitlMttMMilMt -

from a large section in that part of over the city line. Give this your at- .. i

the city. Other ditches are soon to tention.No. \\I
5-40 acres, 20 improved with MILLiNERY[ OPENING[ POSTPONED
be opened in other sections of the 500 choice bearing orange trees, south

burg. side of lake, near Altamonte Springs;
fine bungalow of 8 also 4-room and
; ThursdayMarch
4 FOR SALE I''FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
furnished beautiful lawn and
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN cottage ; to suburban
shade tennis court cement the Six hundred timber land and persons
; ( ); acres
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or I I accommodations; also 2 acres good 4th and 5th
show place of the South, known as ten acre orange grove, with two milesof truck land, close in. Good
"News" sightseeing automobilesfor the Foss Grove. On account of the lake shore, near Winter Garden, opportu-
for Address "A"
Lookout Mountain, Point Park, death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no one of the greatest trucking and Sentinel nity person. 9-8tf '
battlefield longer attend to the estate. This citrus centers of Florida. The orange The public cordially invited
Chickamauga Missionary
means sell it.No.6Several. crop will pay interest on the whole
Ridge and historical points. For reservations nice homes, close to investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin,
modern located at 311 N.
address 910 Market Lake Eola, and other of the Orlando Fla. 2-5 ;
street. parts city. owner, ,
Call at 311 N.
Orange ave-
3-3-Apr.23 Also choice lots, close in. nue. 2-24-tf
If you want to buy for home or investment -
FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand
I leader these
am along
FOR SALE lines. Call or phone and make date unimproved land. See S. S. FOR RENT-New four room uhfur-
for investigations.Open Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm nished flat, with bath. Address
20 acres located three miles from 603 W. Pine. 3-5-3t
city on proposed brick road; eight 19 W.evenings.Church St Phaie 398 FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade - -- -- Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
acres bearing grove; two acres citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando THE ST. JAMES 308 West street.
.cleared and ten acres timber; four I and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 Rooms, $3.50 to $5.00 per week.
room cottage. Price $3,500. WOOD, COAL AND ICE miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, Large verandas. Everything new Patterns

25 acres four miles from city; ten Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I Orlando, Fla. and modern. 2-22-lw

r acres in grove, four hundred bearing Coal Yard phone 566. -
FOR RENT furnished -
orange and two hundred threeyearold FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will Elegant .
grapefruit trees; twelve acres -- exchange for second hand buggy.M. rooms for light housekeeping. 406 .01111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.
fruit land and three acres garden tlllllllJllllllllllIllllII W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, East Pine street. 2-4-6t .

land; cottage and barn, located on Orlando. 2-22-14 Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
lake front. Price $5,000. MISCELLANEOUS
70 acres choice fruit and vegetable FOR SALE-Upright Schaffer piano, !
land; three and one-half miles from elegant' mahogany case and bench; LOST-Fox terrier puppy, black and
city. Price $30 per acre. at a bargain. Must sell at once. I white. Suitable reward if returnedto six-room cottage with
F Five-room cottage and lot one hun- Party going North. Apply 412 North No. 9 Liberty street. 3-5-lt I offer for $1,900 two-story, ,
dred by four hundred feet; located on Orange avenue. 3-4-3t rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, iu>rth.

z main highway leading out of city. i Modern 8-room : LOST-United Commercial TravelersPast Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
Price $2,000.Five FOR SALE Commander's emblem; cres- oil finish double verandas. Special
cent shape, white and gold. Returnto six-room bungalow; ,
acres of bearing orange grove, House doors Farm of about ten base-
II : twenty acres and bath facilities. Large, roomy
well located. Price $2,000. this office and get reward. R. B. heating room
cleared about cul-
acres seven acres
140 acres overlooking a beautiful ; i west of Wyoming i tivated. 21-2 miles west of TaftP. Phillips. ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
lake, one and one-fourth miles from 0., near Lake Davis. Good wire furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.

railroad station and packing house; ii Hotel. Bar- : fence on three sides. Small new LOST Medium sized bay mare; House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
20 acres bearing orange grove con house and well. About 15,000 feet of strayed away from place yester with rose house between. i
taining fourteen hundred trees. The saw timber. Land all dry and suit- day. Any information of same please lots connect at the corners,
remaining land is high grade fruit gain. : able for trucking or citrus fruit. Am notify police headquarters. 3-4-3t offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

and garden soil. Price $12,000. too old to work it and will sell at a Open to all.
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
2,000 acres choice fruit land, well bargain. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla.
located. Can be had at a bargain. 227lmd&wW. on Court street., 12-5-tf
J. E. CRAWFORD, i A. L Bentley i E. N.

Office Over Blue Drug Store, W. T. ENTRICAN, W. T. ENTRICAN,
117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, ji lOt AMELIA AVENUE1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIti| Painter and interior decorator. New Makes a specialty of painting, paper- 307 West St.,
Orlando, Florida. I ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
2-20-tf (I Expert workmen employed. Phone 636.. 121.1m .

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m Rooms AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN New and Modern

1:! Electric Elevator-Steam Heat, B.tbI-Hot and Cold Water in Each Room CONSCIENCE," two reels, a Broncho, human interest

Cut Rates to January I, I'S' drama replete with heart throbs and thrills.

Meals. 50c.
Rooms [one) 51.00perdly. Rooms (two) $1.50 per day. Meals by the week,$8.50.
$6 00 per week. $5.00 per week. Board and Room by the r
520.00 per month. $30.00 per month. month, $50.00.Orlando .

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MINUTES MARCH MEETING OP eluding clerk's costs. Upon motion committees and that there was no 4 HiilMIMMIimMIIIHMIMMtllitllllttlimillMI

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the clerk was instructed to requestthe final settlement as yet agreed upon.J. City Homes For Sale
comptroller to grant said request, D. Smith, in the interest of the '

J Board met pursuant to adjournment including 1913 tax, to be redeemed Reese Herrin Paint company, appeared - THE MARKET
$f3500-Modern seven-room house, :
Present Chairman Overstreet, within 60 days. before the board. Upon mo-
NEW. Two screened porches,
Commissioners Dillard, Eldredge, The South Florida Sentinel was selected tion it was ordered that five barrelsof Corner lot Well serened. Electric I I

Brown and Sweet. by ballot to print the delin- the paint be purchased, 5 per cent fixtures, gas range, and : Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
Petition of Mrs. Josephine Waits quent tax list of 1914. off if paid in 30 days. shades to all windows. Close in. I I
A genuine bargain.
and of :Mrs. Mattie Stewart, for pen- Upon motion the bid of D. B. Spha- Upon motion it. was ordered that AND SALT MEATS
$5500-Within one block of Lake Lu-
sions, approved and forwarded to ler, being the lowest of several bids I the county purchase two lots in Pine cerne. Fine modern home seven

state board of pensions. offered, was accepted, to open and Castle for the use of the county in rooms. FURNISHED. Lot 60x FISH AND GAME ,.
Bond of W. W. Wright as notary clear the Orlando and Orange Center I caring for the road teams for com- 310-29 choice budded fouryearold -

public, with L. H. Bullis, Geo. E. Nolan road as per specifications. Work to I missioners' district No. 4, price $300 Rhode trees.Island God Red garden.chickens Fifty fine included Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

and E. G. Duckworth as sureties, be done with 90 days, subject to' the (description to be furnished). in sale. Do not overlook
I screened from the flies and kept fresh
Everything away ,
approved. approval of the superintendent of Clerk was instructed to notify the this.

Bond of Douglas R. Ellerbe, as roads and bridges. Postal Telegraph authorities that $3750-Completely furnished home. and pure.
notary public, with J. :M. Cheney andC. Bids of the National Cement Burial post obstructed the road at railroad Modern in every respect Rent-
ed till November 1st at satisfaction. We have
$60 We invite and guarantee
B. Robinson as sureties, approved. Vault company, and R. :M. Carroll, for crossing at Pine Castle, and ask that month. Income is 19 per cent per on inspection
Following bonds to carry firearms corner posts, received, and upon mo- same be removed. the investment and you will havea everything in the Meat Line. .
approved and licenses ordered issued: tion both bids were rejected. home next winter when you
.. want it.$1750Onehalf.
J. 0. Welch, revolver; sureties, W. Communication from (J.; K. Agen
T. Berry and D. H. High.G. received. Clerk was instructed to no- "Hope on, hope ever" may be a block from Lake Lucerne I The PARLOR MARKETH.
mighty good motto, but it will not Modern seven-room
N. Wilkins, revolver; sureties, tify him that the Board of County house. Lot 68x332. Choice bud-
amount to much unless
one gets
F. S. Wtiherby and Dan McKay. Commissioners pay $35 for land ded fruit. Exclusive neighbor-

Frank S. Witherby, revolver; sure- I for a public road through his 10 acre and like hustles.cider without Hope the without"kick."actionis I hood. M. Self & Co.
ties, G. N. Wilkins and D. W. High. tract, he to set his fence back 20 feet

Copy of the proceedings as to spec- and remove all obstructions, and he Cooper & Atha I PINE STREET
ifications, plans, contracts, etc., relating to execute a deed for the said 20
to hard roads of St. Johns feet Dr. BucKmaster Phone No. 80illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIHHIIII
114 South ,
Ave. Ground
Orange Floor
county received. Communication from 0. W. Connerin -

,Reports of the following county of- reference to a clay pit near Bar- Phone No. 311
ficers were received, read and filed: nett's place near Tangerine received. Osteopathic Physician

Report of licenses, sheriff to state Subject matter referred to Messrs. 132 Orange Avenue

home, county physician, polls collected -I. :Messrs. Overstreet, Robinson and Next door to People's Bank,

superintendent of roads and Johnson, the committee appointed to up-stairs. Acute and chronic -

bridges, foreman of road camp, and confer with a like committee from diseases treatedTelephone
financial statement of aduitor. Seminole county, report that there
Report of County Surveyor Friesas was a meeting on the part of said I. 578. W. M. SLEMONS

to the):location of markers of the
-- --
lines between the counties bordering .

on Orange county, and the report as We the
to restoring lost corners of sections, are Peoplethat
received and 'f ed. New Goods Arriving DailyWe

J. 0. Fries, county surveyor, made

I his report on locating the route of have made good. Why? Because
the road from Winter Garden to Or-

ange Center, accompanied by a plat experience has taught us how to
of the route and territory affected.C. .
H. Baker came before the Boardin
make formulas that all
reference to his duties as agricul- suit conditionsfor sell high grade Men's .Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

{ tural of the advisor meeting of the of county county; and advisors spoke both orange trees and vegetables. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. j

held in Gainesville, which was quite Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. "j

interesting.J. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
P. Cawood, county license inspector Now is t the time to fertilize .4

findings., submitted Upon motion his report the list of his of &: Co. Best place in the city to trade. :

the delinquents ordered to be deliv-
ered to County Solicitor with instruc-
tions to collect fines incurred at once. '

Petition of J. H. Tucker, J. H. Mc- The Southern Fertilizer Co. W.

Cullough, et ale, with a map of the SLEMONSORANGE
route for the establishing of the brick
road route to Conway, received, and
upon motion the petition was denied.
Petition of ,E. H. Doyle, M. Doyle .., Mill*
et al, having been laid over under the To the West and Northwest

rules, was taken up, and upon motionwas
granted and ordered opened up -VIA-

as ,per route submitted by the county I

".surveyor. DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLY[R AND ''II'I""I"I"'III"' " " "
Upon motion the dimensions of the I\\\\\\'\" '\" " I I I 01

for locating land ATLANTIC LIMITEDDixie
posts. u _ corners are I .. 1IIIIIIIhllil !t
to be as follows: 3 feet long, 2 feet Dixie ItiHIMItllMI
in the ground, 5 inches at the top I Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED -
and 7 inches the base Lv Orlando, A. C. 1..1:31am 3:13pmr I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm
at reinforced Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm f
'with one inch iron pipe through the I v Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:25 pm v Jacksonville. A. C. L ........... 8:15pmv
v Waycross A. C. L..11:50am 10:25pmr Waycross, A. C. L. .............1020pm Orlando"Water
center. Clerk instructed to ask forbids Macon G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15 am Ar Macon. G. S. & F. .............. 3:46am
...... ..............
iy for 1,000 posts. I r Atlanta. C. of Ga. 8:03 pm 7:25 am Ar Atlanta C. of Ga. 7:12 am
Ar Knoxville. L & N. ............12:19pm
Petition of E. W. Hansel, et al, Ar Chattanooga. W. & A..12:18am 11:55am Ar Corbin L. & N. ................ 3:16pm
for road in Pine Castle and Lake I Ar Nashville. N. C. & St. 1.-4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:00 pm
., :Art Louis, L C.&L. &N. 2:50 pm 7:20 am Ar Indianapolis Pa. L. ............ 1:50 am 2z Light Co. a
Conway sectIon, received, read, and I Ar Lexington L. & N. ............ 6:50 pm !
upon laid over under the I|Ar Hopkmsville L. & N........... 6:27pmiAr Ar Cincmanti, L. & N- ............. 8:50pm
\i: rules.Applications. f I I Evansville L. & N..... 9:28 am 9:23 pAr m I Ar Kalamazoo, G. R. & L ..III.....1%:20 pm
\ ; Terre Haute, C. & E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am I Ar_Grand Rapids. G. R. & L ....... %:-Ihm ElectricityGas
of A. S. Eldredge and I f Ar Chicago, C. & E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50 am I Ar Cleveland, Biz Four- --- .._._..nnHH........_ 7-l5 00___m
,.<, J. J. Haizlip ty be appointed enumerator -I I
received -
t Solid train composed 'of section drawing- Ice
o 0 '
baT I Solid of electric ,
; by ot A. S. Eldredge was room sleeping cars, observation compartment train composed lighted
selected to perform cars and dining car between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
the duties of said
I Chicago, and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
iIt ,office. ar between Jacksonville and.St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville j
0 c In referenc to the appointment of DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between and Jacksonville Indianapolis and; Office:--No. 18 West Central Avenue

,rOH.. Baker agricultural advisor, Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between 1
artment observation sleepers and
Jacksonville and Grand Rapids Mondaysand
\the clerk
: was tructed to notify him ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-.
coaches and smoking Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining car No.6''
.that the com nsation lass car. Telephone
allotted him
< enres meala a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
.j included his e nsea.


: "'x<;:.'- Board! in at th ref flat fence sum to of $20 having, not re-ini.'f W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W.Atlantic D. WHITE Coast, Depot Line,Ticket Orlando Agent. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHII Illllllllllllllllllllllllt MllllllIII ""rrr:: MMMMI::::::::MUM i


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. TRUSTEESMr. II'ILI'il' ll lly'II ,II LII i4U pl,' ; llel'dlh . ( M GH iIN1 ,
mA w ; II I I I'I'L' !f lluilll lxi ' ' ? n'q 4IhIIN u h I =-
: 1
4. C. E. Howard was elected chair-
... .; 'n' ._ -...;. ,', .-'. < I man and Mr. J. W. Simmons secreta- t

ry-treasurer of the Orlando school
f <\ : I district trustees at- a brief meeting ,,
r held yesterday in :Mr. Howard's stu

! ,, dio. The third member of the boardis ... ,. =-=

." :Mr. George Phillips. <., .
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.:. floor is most complete with its fur- .
, ',-- . -------- --z' nishing of fumed oak-table, chairs, <:*L... .. '.
;; ; Spend or SaveSpoiul
buffet, china closet and serving standin ==== : M
1'' : mission style-lace covers, dainty i
tIf china, candles, and flowers, and pass-
'I.- lli jl l .;rti tttitsn kso ::1 ing from this to the left one finds a mul thai omb a it Save aiultlio
I II t display of Oriental and
gorgeous rugs
.f 1.:. 'IIFS; : c j handsome draperies.Mr. ri { 4! par coivi inlorast y/c :pay on '

T. H. Hurlburt, of the furni-

J ture department, is showing many your savings v/311 provide :for your =
beautiful articles, but especially no- _
4 ', .' ; r ta;.:, I i t III I I I I II I,i i I ticeable is the library table and } '
I \U l1re, ; .
LL- chairs, in which oak and cane are ,

Use "A.B.A." Chequesin combined. In china ware, a dainty
1 Haviland dinner set takes first place.
,.. payment of your traveling expenses from start to finish ,
:Mr. Rowland says "folks are always -
t, II of your trip. You can pay your railway fares and hotel bills "
I I wanting something new to eat,
in the United States with them, buy your steamship tickets,
iIi use them in any part of the civilized world like actual money I and the grocery department of the
ti !. and new store is ready to supply the de-
i pay your U.S.Customs Duties with them on your return .
mand for the newest and most tempt- -
They are like an International Currency, the most conk ,
ing of eatables. Olives, stuffed with I'
venient, safest kind of travel funds. Issued by
almonds, celery and peppers, tabloid :
h tea, soup cubes and crystallized fruitsare t. eowoeo. ,
The State Bank of Orlando among the novelties to be found t
here. :
Music was furnished throughoutthe 0Jr1frj
day by the Newell orchestra on
3 the second floor, and by the Orlando i

cornet band, which played on the roof
: of the building during the afternoon.The 0
l ,
three floors were decorated Sate <)
i : I beautifully with palms and potted \ ).WeIPosnt r( y

plants from Luther's, asparagus fern
and nasturtiums, and a number of = I
f handsome flowers were sent by various -
I individuals. Among these wasa
large bouquet of Cherokee roses

i YOELLDUCK( from the Junior Civic League, and the I I I I I II I I u t I 'I h ICI'' I l I',I I } .
THRONGS N S AT Y WORTH OPENING pretty greeting which accompaniedit I I'I. I u 1 UI I I'' 1 I IIII I i I i I r--- .
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I i1 1 ii''I II I ' ; I hill!i I I ql LI I I ,, ' ' : .I ''NI tl i . __
I I .I I. I' i I' ; ; I M1I d ; I
.1 (written by :Miss Helen Hoskins! Ill'1 i l iu I i rlu I ultl l I II'I ,II I Ib; i, ,I,I,IIu I I(u I l, ll I l,li..I? ,I h IIII II I''I' II Ih I ,I, I' I',1', I, I I ? !',? ?I ,. i , ?a I'I' I I I ml: .al I II Ii 'I"'
president of the J. C. L) is to be
From early yesterday morning un- tue ready-to-wear had many visitors framed and hung in the office of the
1 til late last evening the beautiful new who were much pleased at the beautiful store: AMATEUR NIGHT AT PARK'S and a free coupon, cut from this things thus far given in the Chau-
store of Messrs. N. P. Yowell and gowns, spring coats, and other TENT TO BE BIG SUCCESS morning's issue of the Sentinel, will tauqua program was the special musical -
"t- E. G. Duckworth with admit any lady tonight, but this coupon { treat of last evening when
[j was thronged garments on display. Several especially our wishes from the Juniors on this
i visitors who gladly availed themselves pretty gowns were placed on Y your opening day :Manager Park's announcement that will not be good for children. Mme. Grace Hall Riheldaffer! delight.
\1': of the opportunity to be present forms in the center show window on Are for always best of weather, a he decided to give Orlando amateursan Park's show has always been popu- ed the large audience with several
8- at the formal opening of the big the Orange avenue side of the build- long and prosperous stay. opportunity to in a profes- lar with Orlando theater goers, but beautifully rendered vocal selections.
appear with ladies free tonight and amateurs I Her principal solos "Lo
were Hear
% building, and on every side words of ing and attracted much attention. In .
also his
heard. the etermined effort gives us a lesson sional company, and generos- included there isn't any doubt that the Gentle Lark," and, "One FineDay"
praise were window on Central avenue house- n and true
good ity in offering two 'prizes, has met
the big tent will be crowded to the (from Madame Butterfly), and
t. Souvenir plates were given to theft hold goods were displayed, while thaton 'Twas Quality that Did It;" our with popular approval and quite a
ladies who visited the third floor, and the right of the main entrance hats are off to you. number have desire to doors. All amateurs kindly present she graciously responded several
expressed a I their names to Mr. Park at any time 'times to repeated,encores, the appreciation
! twelve hundred
over women registered included shoes and goods from the after tonight's performance.Mr. I ,
J during the day. Feminine interest gents' furnishing department.Mr. we'll be to furnish the people appear I today. of her hearers attested not
Content Harry Bateman, the musical di- the
our only by" hearty
I given
i centered in the department .
millinery Herbert Franklin
was the dec- I
r The pride the for )ectbr, has kindly volunteered each number but
give also
you country RIHELDAFFER DELIGHTED in the close attention -
where :Miss Schill busily
was orator, and all the windows
presenteda all the
miles and miles around. services and will rehearse various given through each solo.
L in late models HER AUDIENCE
engaged most attractive .
appearance.The JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE. numbers atT any time Friday.
If'J.: and trimmings. Mrs. McKenzie, of model dining room on the third I :March 5, 1914. Tonight is also to be ladies' night, Probably the best of all the good Read Sentinel want ads.

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1 Announcement I Extraordinary :

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f.. :" ': ' ) Formal Opening ; . :'i

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i I'; ; Orlando's Greatest Store ' ., ..iI

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I l Thursday March 5 .1914

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1 t. This Mammoth Department Store, the best south of Jacksonville, bedecked : .
;_ ; 5 ".' in gala attire, with music on every floor, will appear at its best on above date. I ;

! . '" : We could enumerate the many attractions, and go into detail as to the various si ,

_i : departments, but what's the use; you must come and see

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t "_ ." You are welcome, and will be greeted by many pleasants clerks ;


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