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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 7, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00348
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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1 THE MORNING SENTINEL





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

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

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TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA SATURDAY MARCH
7, 1914. NUMBER 22.

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, SLIGH OFFERS[ REWARD[ A O f FOR NAME[ Of f PUN TO MANUFACTURE T R[ CITRUS S I ITTLEIMORE[ [ THAN fifTY PERCENT [ [

PACKING MACHINERY[ Y HERE[ [ IS REGISTRATION SENATOR WORKS DECLARES O[ f r POLICY Y YIN





MAN WHO SENT[ "FROST" MESSAGE[ [ Board ing of the Trade Promoters Committee Get Is Loca Assist- Total for Former the County Figure Is 1,600 of Against ': MEXICO[ I IS DARK K PAGE[ f FOR U1 S.


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MIAMI PAPER SAYS WIRE !f SENSATIONAL\[ MOTION fOR NEW : -

meeting of the Board of Trade Supervisor of Registration FrankH. MODERN[ N DANCES VERGE t U UPON PAINS SENATOR TO SPEAKOF

WAS RECEIVED BY TRIAL llN 11 CASE E committee named by President Seth Williams has received all the books I' IMMORAl SAYS DR. GBStl OUR NATION'S

FRUIT DEALER Woodruff to assist Mr. A. R.' Stevensto from the country districts, and yesterday i i NEGLECT

secure a location for a factory to
in
was engaged going over I

i Perjured Testimony Is Said to Have manufacture machinery for use in them and straightening out the er- In Forceful Talk to Women She

OmN'I' HANDLE Been Found Among Witnesses citrus fruit packing houses, met in rors of the district officers.
WESTERN[ [ UNION(
the Advises Against Prevaliing lAUDS THE
Against Frank office of Lord & Bradshaw yesterday The total registration for the two I DICTATOR H HUERTA[

afternoon.Mr. Fashions as Evil
Orlando districts is 745; that for the

NO SUCH MESSAGE WAS TRANSMITTED L. D. Jones, general managerof rest of the county 855, giving a total
Atlanta, Ga., March 6SpecialAn ( ). the SAYS PROVISIONAL
Florida Citrus Exchange, PRESIDENT
was of
THROUGH THE ORLANDO 1,600 for the whole county. Thisis "The Simple Life in a Nut Shell"was

extraordinary motion for a new present, and helped the enterprise about fifty per cent. of the old registration the topic discussed by Dr. Caro- OF MEXICO HAS BORNE
TELEGRAPH OF- trial surpassing in its wholesale
along considerably by telling the com as more than three thou- lyn Geisel in the Chautauqua School HIMSELF WITH COURAGE -

FICE SAYS MANAGER charges of perjured testimony and mittee that the exchange was heartilyin sand votes were registered in the old I of Health yesterday morning, and a AND WISDOM

doctored evidence any similar docu accord with the idea and would county of Orange. Some reductions ]t I large audience listened to one of the

ment ever filed in Georgia, was completed lend all the
The mystery deepens! I assistance possible in purr must be made for the lopping off of i j I most forceful talks ever given in Or-
here today by the lawyers fo the I Washington, March 6.-In his
chasing output of the factory.
Also the plot,thickens! that portion of the county which is.!,lando.
Leo Frank, convicted of the murderof the Mexican in the
There speech on question
Who sent the notorious "frost" were several local packinghouse now in Seminole. The figures will be I I I In her straightforward and unaffected -

telegram from Orlando on March 3,I Mary Phagan. Following is a men who voiced their readiness increased some during the thirty days I manner Dr. Geisel pleaded for United States senate today, Senator

of the principal grounds Works of California, Progressive,
the message which conveyed the false summary to support the industry.The between March 15 and April 15, when I reforms in the lines led by the wo- ar-
which Frank's lawyers make raigned the Wilson administration for
intelligence that the 1914 orange crop upon machinery which Mr. Stevens the supervisor is required to keep all men of today, pointing out the routes
plea in the case: the manner in which the Mexican
proposes to make has been made heretofore
had been killed? of the books open in his office at the by which women are drifting into immorality -

That George Epps, a n.ewsboyand at Bridgeport, Conn. and the matter had been handled.
Or did anybody send it? court house. It is possible that the and leading others with
of the Phagan girl, swore packers have experienced little To speak of the relations of the
Was it manufactured in Miami with playmate no total figure will reach 2,000 by the them-mentioning the indecency of
falsely and also John Black, when he trouble with it, to nothing of the United States with Mexico, Senator
evil motives? say time the books are finally closed. It the, prevailing fashions and the dan-

testified that Mary said she was ,expense of transportation charges may be stated that this is a larger gers of the mqdern dances as menacesto Works asserted was an unpleasanttask.
These questions to those who
occur I afraid of Frank and that he had triedto from Bridgeport to Florida. One number than was expected by those the social world.It .

have interested themselves ir the flirt with her. packer said that the of the "It is a dark page in our history,"
I parts who had been watching the operationof is a disgrace to all womankind,
matter of hunting down the
purveyor he continued. "Unless thev American
That Black without basis conceiveda machinery were made separately and I the new law. said the speaker, for the time to come
of the allefe telegram.The people shall have lost
t of Frank's intended to assemble after it was I when the virility, cour-
damaging story alleged Some interesting notes, may be government had to pass
of the Western Union I and patriotism, jt will be read in
manager attentions to the girl, and got it before shipped, but the great difficulty had made in going over the books. Under laws to regulate women's dress. Women age ,
Telegraph company's office at, Orlando II the to come, with sorrow and
i been to make it assemble after I years
the jury to convict Frank regardless getting the Bryan law it is necessary for each I should simplify life by showing

says that no such message. was of his innocence or guilt. it here. Moreover, when any voter to declare his party affiliation. individuality, not by copying the actions shame. For three long jeafs American : -
filed at Orlando. II i citizens have been murdered,
part of the machinery broke it
That new evidence from affidavits was There are many Independents, some and styles of others. Let the

The Miami Metropolis, which pub- from persons who claim they saw necessary to wait until the missing Socialists and Prohibitionists, and a men do their own work, and the women their wives and daughters outraged,

lished the alleged was called ,I part could be ordered and their homes pillaged and their property -
message >I Frank waiting for a car at the time shipped, considerable sprinkling of Progressives do theirs. The women should

' upon yesterday by Mr. C. E. Howard, the negro Conley swore he was ,as frequently occasioning delay at a critical besides the two old parties.It regulate their fashions, and mothers destroyed, and this administration -
secretary of the Orlando Board of period of the has done nothing more than en-
packing
sisting Frank in the disposal of the season. may be surprising to some to should provide entertainment for

Trade, to say where the message body. There appears to be every reason know that the Winter Park district i their daughters which would counterbalance ter occasional mild protests and sub-

r came from, and sent the following reply why the enterprise should be a pay lacks much of being Democratic. Out: the allurement of the dance missive appeals, and to whom? To
That Dr. Harris, of the-state boardof
Huerta, whose had
government we
ing one, and another I I
: advantage is of a registration of 90 voters, 32 are halls. *
health, conspired to keep from the refused to recognize and who
according -
"Frost information contained in that the amount of capital requiredis recorded as Democrats. Ocoee is almost ! Dr. Geisel spoke of the dangerous
jury his discovery that strange spots
to view had
our no
message from Orlando to local fruit comparatively small. There will solidly Democratic, showing 52 worry habit and begged her hearersto powernor
were found in the factory. authority to act To Villa, not
dealer who declines to divulge name be no difficulty in raising the necessary out: of 56 for the party of Jefferson. be less strenuous and to give more

C of informant" That Albert McKnight, husband of capital. Another meeting of the I Taft shows 27 Democrats out of a! time to,the enjoyment of life's treas- recognized as a belligerent; not evena

t the negro cook in the Frank home, committee will be held this I soldier, but a brigand and mur-
In view of the fact that such afternoonat total of 57 registered.
no swore falsely when he testified for 3 o'clock. I ures.Yesterday derer of innocent people. To Car-
message went through the Western Following is the registration by. afternoon, preceding the
the state that he saw Frank the day ranza, a weakling dominated by Villa
Union office here, and that being the districts: address by Dr. Roush, a delightful
of the crime walking nervously i in and equally without authority. What
t only telegraph line to Miami, it begins WILL IGNORE REPORT OF CAR Orlando-No. .l _3,_u______.'.. 455 program was given by Miss ChristineLevin
the dining room then instead of eat I had we a right to expect from
pro-
S to look as if the alleged mes RANZA COMMISSION Orlando-No. 2 __uuu__ 290 contralto, and Miss Martha
ing luncheon and hastening back to t tests and appeals made to such as
!; sage was manufactured in Miami. ----' Alexander, who are both accomplished d
the factory. these 1"Senator
Mr. : J. Sligh said last night that Washington, March 6-(Special).- Total for Orlando _________-u 745 musicians.
Works outlined the events
he would dollars for the I Affidavits have been. obtained from Carranza informed the state department Winter Park _________________ 90 The ';travelogue" on Japan, by Dr.
give
fifty in the history of Mexico leading
ofthe who sent the : McKnight and Epps in which both today that he was investigatingthe Maitland ___________--___--___ 35 Roush, was much enjoyed, and the up
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name man message to the difficulties and the
present refusal
for the of the (i Confess their testimony false in theI case of Bauch, who is supposedto Lockhart _____________________ 40 pictures, illustrating the lecture were -
or production
of this recognize
I I most important parts. Dr. Harris have been killed in Mexico. Car Apopka ___________-__________ 75 very pretty, almost all of them being: government to -

original messagesA I and Black both deny the charges of ranza, in his telegram to Secretary Bay Ridge ____u_____________ 23: tinted in the natural coloring of the Huerta after the assassination of Ma-
hot time is promised for the I dero "doubtless by Huerta himself
person improper procedure. Bryan, makes mention only incident Zellwood ___-u_______________ 31 J scene depicted. The pictures of the or
s who perpetrated the fraud if he is with his knowledge and connivance."
I ally of his investigation in the Ben- Clarcona ____________________ 23; sacred mountain of Japan, the huge
caught. Leading citizens, them After the withdrawal of Ambassador
among 'POWDER EXPLOSION BLOWSTWENTY ton case and does not refer at all to Ocoee __________'______________ 56 statue of Buddha, the Shinto templesand -
fruit and brokers and all Wilson from Mexico, Senator
growers TO DEATH the international commission that i isI Winter Garden ________________ 108 the interior of the Japanese
other classes, indignant 1% I Works declared, referring to the
are over marking time on the border. 'The international i Oakland _____________u______ 49 homes were especially interesting, although -
matter, and a thorough investigationwill sending of John Lind to Mexico City
New York, March 6-Special-( ) commission, which is now i Orange Center ________________ 43 the entire entertainment was ,
follow. there "commenced series of
Twenty men are believed to have at El Paso, won't be abandoned there I Gotha ________________________ 34 very delightful. a con-
duH of a kind wholly unknown to diplomacy
been blown to death at Wayne, N. J., according to Secretary Bryan. He I Taft ________________________ 57 I At eight o'clock last evening, aftera -

PRISON REFORM CONFERENCES in an explosion of a powder mill at intimated today that neither he northe I Pine Castle ____.______,_______ 51 i prelude by the orchestra, Miss Elizabeth and so absurd as to make, us
ridiculous at home and abroad.
I Dupont Wires are down between president would pay any attentionto I Conway ______________________ 56 ; Sheffield' Allen, the reader,
The demand of the to
{ New York, March 6-(Special).-! New York and Wayne and no reliablereport the result of the Carranza Fort Christmas __I____uu___ 231 gave an enjoyable number, at the president
investi-I Huerta that there should be an arm-
Leaders in the reform of prisons d is obtainable. gation, whether the Pickett 18: close of which Mr. Carr introducedthe
another -----------------------
istice could not have been compliedwith
correctional institutions from I rived by Carranza ,will be forwarded Fish _________________________ 31 magician, Mr. Hal Merton, who
the senator continued, and the
almost every state in the Union gathered REBELS SAID TO BE MARCHING to Great Britain or the United Statesis _: appeared for the first time on an Or
demand that security be given for a
here today to discuss the country ON TORREON not divulged in the telegram. Total for districts other than lando platform. For over an hourMr.
free election in Mexico
wide movement to treat convicts Orlando ____________________ 855 Merton kept his audience in wonderment was impossible
of fulfillment because of the ignorance -
with more humanity and science. The El Paso, Tex., March 6-Special( ). WILL BEGIN CATCHING DOGS at his marvellous tricks, and of the Mexican

conference is under the auspices of! Uniform rumors in the situation, FOR IMPOUNDING TODAY Total for county ______-.____-_ 1600 in laughter at, the droll jokes which "Naturally Huerta refused masses.to
consider -
the metropolitan section of the I --- he told as he deftly extracted balls,
wo both here and at Juarez, are that the these proposals," continued the

man's department of the National t l long awaited movementagainst Tor- Today the policemen will begin to TRAFFIC ORDINANCE PASSEDBY eggs from hats seemingly empty, converted senator. "His refusal put our government -

Civic Federation.v I reon has begun. According to the take up dogs that haven't the city THE CITY COMMISSION solid substances into water, in a most unfortunate posi-

Dr. Katherine B. Davis, New Yorcity's k' story twelve trains bearing over a tag. The dogs will be impounded and or made articles vanish from sight. tion. It could not enforce its de

woman commissioner of correc ; thousand constitutionalist soldiers_ and if the tax is promptly paid they will The city commission yesterdaypassed I I By request f.fir Merton, two little mands. It might go to war but the

tion, was one of the speakers at the I equipment left Chihuahua for Tor- be released. What will become of the new traffic ordinance and boys went upon the stage, Tomprince refusal to comply with the demands

first meeting, the scene of which wasI I reon this afternoon. Constitutionalist doggie if the tax isn't paid, however, ordered five hundred copies printedfor Howes and Manley "Duckworth, and could furnish no justification for de-

the Hotel Astor. officers in Juarez refuse to discuss it is better not to telL the information of the publi their surprise at the mysterious disappearance claring war because we had no right

The ordinance was ordered printed i in of coins which they were
She discussed her work in "clean this report, saying that they are unable to make them. So we had to submit
the Sentinel also. It becomes effective holding was most amusing. As wellas
ing up" the Tombs, long notorious for to give out any information regarding COUNCIL TO MEET IN AFTER. tamely to the position of Huerta, bear
L There being magician, Mr. Merton is
April are numerous a
graft, and the use of drugs among the movement of troops. NOON the derision and sneers of the Mexican
changes and it is the part of wisdomfor I ventriloquist, and after doing the celebrated
the prisoners; and the problems shehad I people and the indulgent smiles
all vehicle "flag trick" he closed his
driving people to studyit program -
encountered at the work house on TWO MILLIONAIRES DEAD On motion of Commissioner John I of all the nations of the world. And,
and learn well its provisions. with a witty dialogue.
"The Island" (Randall's Island in the son it was decided at yesterday's sir, whatever may be said of Huertain

East river). William G. Conrad meeting of the commission to hold other respects-and I have no disposition -
83-YEAR.OLD MAN ADMITS
BREWER HAD A MILLION IN
'. l Other speakers included Mrs. Mar Memphis, Tenn., March 6-Spe- the semi-weekly council meetings at CALIFORNIA MURDERErie to defend him-he did, bear

; tha Falconer, Dr. C. F. Lewis, Dr. C. cial). William G. Conrad, 67, multimillionaire 2 o'clock in the afternoon every Tuesday himself with courage, wisdom and
Pa. :March 6.That
John
Stagg Whitin, and Lillian Church Os- noted builder and mining and Friday. moderation. in this whole matter" *
born. died Los Angeles, Cal., March 6-.Spe Turner. eighty-three years did, had '4 i
king, today at Montana Hall, his --
cial):The will of the late Adolphus confessed he murdered his wife twen- J
Governor Martin F .Glynn, of New country estate near White Plains, CITY ASSESSOR BOONE WILL B BROWNS TRIM THE CUBS
Busch filed for
here
was probate toE ty-nine years ago, was the statement
York state, will preside at a mass Clark county, Virginia, of Bright's
IN OFFICE THIS MONTH day. It showed the brewer owned made today to the district attorneyby
meeting in Carnegie hall tonight,and disease. His fortune is estimated at Fla.
Tampa, :March .
property in California estimated at Rev. John B. Cook, pastor of the 6SpecialThe ) -
the other speakers will be GovernorOswald twenty-five million dollars. He was St.
Louis
Because City Tax Assessor Boonegave over a million dollars. Mrs. Busch Methodist Episcopal church at Gi- Browns trimmed the
West of Oregon, Dr. J. T. Gilt born in Clark .county, Virginia, and Chicago Cubs
at St.
this
I notice that city tax returns owns the famous Busch mansion and I rard, Pa.According. Petersburg
, mour, warden of Central Toronto served in the Confederate
prison, army. afternoon
should be made to him by March 1 garden at Pasadena. to the story told the dis- by a score of 9 to 3. Six
Canada; Dr. Frank Moore, superintendent -! runs off Lavender in the
it not intended first two innings -
was to convey the idea trict attorney, Turner, who has been
of Geo. W. Vanderbilt I
. Rahway reformatory e'| that this date was the limit for such CITY TREASURER GIVES SAL. very ill, summoned Rev. Cook to his gave the American leaguers the

6 .L Rahway borne N. J., and Thomas Mott Os- ( Washington, March 6-(Special).- returns to be made. Mr. Boone will ARY TO PARK COMMISSION home and told him that while the victory.
chairman of the New York
George W. Vanderbilt, brother of be in the office at the city buildingall Mr. S .Waters Howe was yesterday Turners lived at Linesville, Pa., he I

commission Another on prison reform. I William K. Vanderbilt, of New York, during the month of March to receive re-elected city treasurer at a salary became angry at his wife and hit her RAMSEY GIVEN POLICE POWER
' conference will be held itt in
and scion of the
the Astor tomorrow one family whose: returns. If he isn't there when of one hundred dollars a year. He with a club. City Engineer Ramsey yesterday

.r morning. I name has meant millions for generations property owners call to give in their offered to give his salary to park im He was tried for the crime, but was had police powers conferred upon him

Take home one of those died at his residence here this taxes some one else will take them. provement, but the commission will acquitted by the testimony of members by the city commission and was swornin
beautiful
water color pictures from Curtis ( evening. Death was due to heart The city assessor wishes this explantion require him to pay the premium on of the family. The jury held as a policeman by Mayor Sperry. I

O'Neal's book/ and music &JI I failure. He _was operated upon for made for fear that his formal his fidelity bond of $15,000, which will that Mrs. Turner had died as the result The city has a number of such plainclothes
store. I I'
sal; : 1 appendicitis ten days ago. notice was not dearly understood. take a goodly portion of the sum. of a fall men.

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STILL HAVE A FEW HEATERS LEFT
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FOLLOWING CASH PRICES : "THE WOLF. OF THE CITY," a two reel feature; by the jj

", ; ; Selig Co. This is a strongly acted picture, showing how j
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ABOUT market are and plenty unfortunately FOUNTAIN of good fountain there PENS is pens also in a ORl4NDO 4NK'& JR J GOMr4 Y I


of poor ones. We have yet to' see a
Orlando, Florida. ,
; self-filling than the Conklin
have never sold, a better one of the other Condition at the' close of business December 31, 1913

,x than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell,,both 1 RESOURCESLoans
on an absolute guarantee of your mon- and Discounts $403,080.10.Overdrafts t
362.37
if you want it. A good fountain .
Stocks and Bonds 26,018.33
,has come to be almost a necessity to ev- Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57
i business man or woman. If you have none, Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures. 25,974.87
one that is unsatisfactory let us. -$656,382.24--
you the guaranteed sort. LIABILITIES

$100,000.00
Capital Stock
W., S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits 35,214.86 -- -
t Deposits 521,167.38
The Arcade Book and Music StoreGrove -- ,
j $656,382.24
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Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 $489,971.68 .
e I 11111 11111 till 11111 11111 111I1 11111 11111 11111 III I Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 $521,167.38

Land. Increase 31,195.70
r The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. .
The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
' | | This Season's Best Bargain t the conservative sane and progressive methods employed in
r t this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
,.t t strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health j
i W"1 ful statements to its patrons. '
' E M. M. SMITH, President i iii
75 acres fronting-half m'ile.on Orlando- t W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. NOLAN, Cashier

hard road. Borders a small lake, rF
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for irrigation purposes. In sight: of ..ttCIJIII.III.llllltltet .I.++II'ecOIO..DI

: three minutes walk from R. R. station, r NOTICE ,-
Ever Try our Classified Ada.
; good hotel accommodations. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES I
AND DO ALL KINDS OF have their worth Notice is hereby given that tie| Cityof
They
proven many
Orlando, Florida,will on Jan 1,
Per Acre oary
. Price $15 OPTICAL REPAIRING times and will be just as valuable to 1915, payoff with interest to, that
if to the test. Let them be
, you put , ,
date, bonds numbered 7 8 9 10, 19
must be sold immediately. your agent in house: and 20, of the City of Orlando seven
: :: : Renting a selling property or ,
: w cent. bonds, issued July 1 1892
r=r ? per >
the market, lost
anything on finding
t ccording to the provisions made for
: articles, securing help or positonsin -
;t-f rl ll R l E t m i; ? profitably.a thousand ways they can be used redemption-12-lm Dated CARL February in JANSEN said 11 bonds., 1914., City Clerk. .,

: I DR. L H. RAMSDELL Harman Repairs and Retires Baby -
Carriages on Court street 12.5-tf W. T. ENTRICAN.
t ; ; Phone 504 Watkins Block OPTOMETRIST Offers to Orlando the newest and best
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likioi) of workmanship in the painting and
XWs the time to subscribe. Every 1'i
decorating trade. Phone 636. I
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Saver FOP The People limits Boone 10 grapefruit acres, ,known street 125 good, tangerines,as bearing land doing the just"good 0.,orange outside K.mandarines,"business at trees city 203;,, ORLANDO O OIIAUTAUA" I A I} A


at the cheapest price of any Grocery in the City and two large pecan trees; four room
house, new barn, good horse and rig, FadBEGINNING-
-- farming implements. This place is

Following are a few of my prices I located sell on near account Clear of lake.health.Owner Address wantsto MARCH 1st to 9th, 1914

Maryland Chief Tomatoes, No. 2 Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at

lb. can --________13c. can _______________-9c., 3 for 25c. 203 Boone street. 2-25-tf Orlando Opera HouseFORREST
lb. can _____________ Maryland Chief Tomatoes, No. 3 TO ALL CITY TAX PAYERS:
lbs. _______________$2.te.1 can _________________________12c. DARNEY CARR, Manager
can -______________ Baxter's Succotash, No. 2 can __lSe.I You are required by section 4 of
lb. can -____________23c. Beets, small red, No. 2 can _____15c. the state law governing the assess-
lb. _________________ 4c.I I ment and collection of taxes in this
--__________________ 8c. I HAM-LARD-BACON city, to make returns by March1st ATTRACTIONS MRS. IDA B. COLE
Salt, round, sifting Kingan's Bacon ________________28c. of each your The act reads: Rogers Will Band.have charce of the C. L. S. C.
-------___ <________ 5c. White Bacon __________________18c "All persons year., corporations and firms GOV. J. FRANK HANLY
Ibs ____________ 4c Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, per owning real or personal property: taxable For, four Jean Governor of Indiana -
__________________ 5c. 1 lb. box ____________________38c. by the city are hereby requiredto the and one of the but men of
Salt, 6 Ibs. __________ 5c. Cottolene, No. 4 can ___________58c. make return of the same to the ace.
lbs. ______-' _______ 5c. Cottolene, No. 10 can _________$1.40 assessor before the first day of Marchof PROF. WILLIS L. MOORE READERS
YEAST Crisco, small can _____1________24c. each year." Eighteen. rears Chief cf the U.
___________________ 4c. Crisco, medium can ___________48c. The returns shall contain a com- S.. Weather Bureau. f
Crisco, large can _______________95c. plete list and Robley Male Quartette.
Yeast of all
description tax-
_Compressed__________________,_ 2c. I Snowdrift, No. 4 can _________48c. able property belonging to such per- DR. C. H. TYNDALLScientist Miss Christine Levin Contralto inRecital
Snowdrift, No. 10 can ________$1.23 son, corporation or-firm on the first : Miss Martha Alexander \ olinlaLDR.
AND CHEESE Armour's Simon Pure Lard90c. Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, and Jessie
day of in SIGEL ROUSH
January the for which
per lb. ______40c.: Armour's Shield Brand Lard ____80c. the return is made, together year with the Journalist, Traveler Lecturer. L. Hudson Company
per glass___10-15-25c Wesson's Cooking Oil, ,cans _____30c. full cash value of each item thereof,
per glass15c. koco'', in bulk, per lb. __________13c. including the full cash value of each MDME. YON IXKELSTEIN MOUNT
each __________$1.00 Pure Lard, in bulk, per lb. ______IGc. piece of real estate." FORD
imported, Ib.______40c. MACARONI If the names of 'not Will Lecture on the life and cur MUSICAL'toms
Macaroni, 1 lb. package ________lOc. known all real owners are of Holyland. ...
estate will be assessedto
Price of Eggs Spaghetti, 1 lb. package ________lOc. "unknown "
owner, and personal DR. CAROLYN GEISEL Rogers Band.Rill
property will be assessed in HELPbfiee Gay Zenola McLaran .
CANNED MEATS a lumpas five a course of most
Mr. Hal Merton, Master of Magic
CEREALS
Beef, corned roast, in ____23c. "personal property, according to FUL UP-TO-DATE LECTURES Miss Elizabeth Sheffield Allen,
_______________lOc. Beef, sliced, in or cans, Diamond cans C18c. the best information obtainable.If on HEALTH. Rude rand ImpenonaUr.SEASON .
package ___________lOc. Beef, sliced, in returns are not made some
Beardsley's..l8c.
Flakes, pkg. ____ 9c. cans guess work will have to be indulgedin
Chili Con Carne, Walker's ______lOc.
per package___15c. Veal Loaf --___________________15c. by the assessor. Better save fu
per package _______14c. Vienna Sausage _______________lOc. ture trouble by making returns now. TICKETS ON SALE AT
Meal, package10c. Lunch Tongue, half Ib. _________20c. C. A. BOONE, City Assessor.
package _________lOc. Lunch Tongue, 1 lb. ____________35c. brlando CURTIS & O'NEAL'S BOOK STORE Florida
package ________lOc. Tripe _________________________20c. Try the Sentinel Job Department.
Oats, per can _______14c. Tickets on Sale, Wednesday Morning, Feb. 25th
per small pkg.13c. CANNED MILK

per large pkg.___24c. Mohawk, condensed ____________lOc. I tHIIMIItlHIMMIMtlll
4 oz. can _______29c. Blue Cross, condensed _________lie.
8 oz. can ______47c. Van Camp's, baby size, can______ 5c.
Breakfast Food______15c Van size ____
I' Camp's, baby doz. 50c. MtMHOaiMtiBimmHtMIMtltHMUHMIHItHtMHave
Food, large Van Camp's, tall size, can_______lOc. Supreffle Auto ml
____________________ 15c Van Camp's, tall size, doz. ____$1.00 I
lb. _______________ 5c. Every Day, baby size, can ______ 5c.
Rice, per lb. ________ Sc. Every Day, baby size, doz. ______50c.
ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER l[ [
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package ___________14c. Every Day, large size, can _____lOc. The oil that 'has
package ________ 9c. Every Day, large size, doz. ____$1.00
Kellogg's, pkg.___12c. stood the
Biscuit, pkg.12c. MINCE MEAT-GELATINE supreme -

package ____________15c. Diamond C, package ___________lOc. test
______________lOc. None Such, package ____________lOc.
TEA-COCOA-CHOCO- Knox Gelatine, package ________13c. ,
EXTRACTS Cooper's Gelatine _____________lOe. =-===- house
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Jello __________________________lOc. THAT __ your room or
half lb. can22c.

Stollwerck's, half lb.22c MISCELLANEOUS cleaned without dust or trouble

Prepared Ammonia _____________________ 9c. .
_____________________-30c Blueing, bottle _________________ -5c. GOOD Gulf Gasoline
Brooms _______________35c. and 60c. of moving furniture ,
EXTRACTS Matches, package ______________ 5c.I ,
Vanilla, per bottle____lOc. Matches, 6 packages ___________25c.
regular 25c.___20c. Imported Safety Matches, lOc.
TEAS package for _________________ 5e.Wright's .
Silver Cream Polish, The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -

one-fourth Ib.15c. per jar ______________________20c.
half lb. ________30c. P. G. WALTON
Continental Corn Starch, 1 !b ___ 8e. : Agt. man.
COFFEE Kingsford Corn Starch, pkg. ____lOco
Salsoda, per lb. ________________ Sc.
4'R, lb., 30c.; two lbs..58c 20 :Mule Team Borax, 1 lb. pkg.Uc.Englis .
lb., 30c.; two lbs58c. Walnuts, per lb. ______25c. PHONES 450-269 SEE THEM FOR TERMS
lb., 35c.; two lbs__68c. Argo Starch, 1 lb. package______ 5c I
: Blend, lb. 35c.; 268c. Argo Starch, 6 packages________25c. HieiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiinHiiiiiiimiiiimiiiMiMn
35c.; two Ibs________68c. Grandma's Washing Powder ____ 5c.
., 35c.; two Ibs68c Six packages for _____________25c.
lb., 38c.; two Ibs_____68c. Pearline, package ______________ 5c.
., 38c.; two Ibs______'.68c.. Pearline, 6 packages for _______25c. i

CONDIMENTS Club, 39c.; two Ibs__78c. Star Star Naptha Naptha 6__packages_________for__________.25c.-5c. Shoe Repairing Tnc. r''[ f [l[ Tm CO11 lllnc.


pint bottle ________14c SOUPS I : by PARCEL POSTMen's ee
I bottle ____________23c Campbell's Soups, any flavor ____lOc.
___________________lOc Campbell's Soups, 3 for ________28c. CHURCH STREET
Horseradish ______25c. Half Soles, 7Se to 8Se
glass _'.____________lOc SOAPS Ladies' Half Soles 60c to 75eChildren's . 4IHIIIHH *
bottle ___________23c. Bon Ami ____________9c., 3 for 25c. ; .HIIIMM
bottle ___lOc. and 23c. Sapolio _____________9c., 3 for 25c. Half Soles, SOc to 750
Worcestershire Old Dutch Cleanser ____9c., 3 for 25c. Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo

____________>________30c Fair Soap ____________5c., 6 for 27c. Heels Repaired, 2c
Sauce _____________20c.I Ivory, small, __________5c., 6 for 28c.
Vinegar, quart ______lOc.' Ivory, large size cake __________ Sc. All- work returned in 24 hours.
Fancy Vinegar__25-50c.. Lenox _______________5c., 7 for 27c. Orders without remittance re-
( jug) I Octagon _____________5c., 6 for 25c. turned C. 0. D. We pay
FISH P. & G. Naptha________5c., 6 for 27c return postage. I typeface Every

PORK AND BEANS strikes
9c.1 ti
I can-_--_-__--_-_-__--__--_-__--23c. Snyder's, No. 2 can ____________14c. A. Hanson the printingcenter exact / t

___________________lOc. Snyder's, No. 1 can ____________lOc. East Pine Street m a -". .r' mw
No. ____________ 19 ever)time '" '
jars _____________lOc. Boyle's, 2 can 14c.
in tins ______20c. I Boyle's, No. 1 can _____________lOc. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
__________lOc. and 15c.j j Burnham & Merrill's, No. 2 canlOc. sM
in cans ______________15c. OLIVE OIL-SALAD DRESSING .et'lf'I"'III" .-
lb. flats ___________15c. OLIVES
Salmon, tall cans___lOc.
tall cans _________20c. Olives, 4 oz. bottle ____________lOc. The L C.Smith & ErosTypewriter .
in oil ______ 5c. Olives _______________________ 25c. To THE WEST Ball Bearing Lon;Wearing Typewriter
in mustardlOc. Olive Oil, small bottles ________25c. i
olive oil ___________lOc.! Olive Oil, medium bottles ______50c. VIASEMINOLE rT. for
II Durkee's Salad Dressing, picnic
FLOUR size --______________________lOc. .
lb. sack __________45c. Durkee's Salad Dressing, half LIMITED '
Ib. sack ___________90c. pint --,--___________,________28c. the Rural Business Man
12 lb. sack ________45c. Howard's Salad Dressing, half
24 lb. sack _________90c. pint --------_______________-28c. Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm
Flour, pkg.____13c. Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm Whether you are a small town merchantor
Flour, 2 pkgs25c. FRUITS Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C.L. 9:00 pm
without
24 lb. sack ________85c. (Dried and Evaporated) Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 pm a farmer, you can't afford to
Apricots, per lb. --_____________20c, Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am
(Canned) Apples, bulk, per lb. ___________13c. Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am a typewriter.
White Asparagus Apples, package -----__________15c. Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am and bills time and
____________________30c. Prunes, per lb. -----___________13c. Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am Typewritten letters save your
can ______________lOc. Peaches, evaporated, per Ib._____13c. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 am give you a business standing you can get in no
Beans, can ___________12c. : Peaches, evaporated, 2 Ibs. _____25c. r Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p
Lima Beans, No. 1 I Dates, package -----___________I2c. Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm other way.
----_----------- --lOc. Figs, Ib ______________________ 20c Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
; Lima Beans, No.:2 i Raisins, package ---____________12c. Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm The L. C. Smith & Bros typewriter is especially
_____________________15c.i Currants, package --__________12c. Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm adapted to this work because it will stand more
Corn, No.2 can ______lOc. Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am
No. 2 can ______15c. FRUITS (Canned) wear and does not require an expert operator.

Ball Early June, Apricots, 21-2 lb can__________25c. Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C.__ __ 7:05 am
_______________-___lOc Cherries, 21-2 lb. can -_________30c. Anyone can learn to operate it in a short time.It .
Violet, No. 2 can____15c. Plums, 21-2 lb. can ---________25c. Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C _____ 1:38 am is ball throughout simple compact
bearing
Sweet Wrinkled, lOc. Peaches, 2 1-2 Ib. can ___________25c. Ar Matoon, Hi, I. C__-___ 3:30 am ,
Lye Hominy, No. 3 Pears, 2 1-2 lb. can -____________25c. Ar Champaign, III, I. C.____ 4:29 am complete.
_____________________10<:. Pie Peaches, 21-2 Ib. can _______12c. Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am
No. 3 can ____________12c. Pie Apples, 21-2 lb. can _______12c Ar Chicago, III, I. C.___---- 7:50 am Mail this coupon today.

. Solid Through Trains-Composed of
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L C SMITH & BROS.TYPEWRITER CO.
( Potatoe 35c. observation, compartment, drawingroom Syracuse, N.Y.
per peek section, sleeping cars, aid fre Please send me your free book.
reclining chair, cars, between Jackson-
Potatoes .! 30c per peck ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand D I do not .M a typewriter .! prewa"D
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lam i.,a typewriter St. Louis. All meals in dining! your tpecul offer to exchange it for.sew..se.
: Best Granulated Sugar for only $1.00 car.For

I tickets and Pullman car reser- ca_.

vations, call on P.0-

W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, -
CARUTHERS or 1 Sute-

D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Y
"THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND" Atlantic Coast Line,

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I 7 East Church Street Orlando.

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Take your repairing w Warman on: -
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THE DAILY feet wide and five feet on Livingston IIII III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIDI"'IO"I'II"II".
t THEY BOUGHT AWAY FROM HOME NEW SUBDIVISION OPENED avenue Cathcart street and Ridge-I,:

South Florida Sentinel AND WR[ [ SlUNG IN [OtA PARK VICINITY wood avenue. I I :

I MORNING AND WEEKLY The lots are being sold first by the :

f" JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Own* ,. owners and will later be put'on sale : Co.
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t.t Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Flo Little Story of How Home People Three Thousand' Feet of Sidewalks through the Real Estate Exchange of I -
Ida. Second Class Mail Matter. :
i M Were Buncoed by Slick Trav- Being Laid By Owners of Orlando.
f TO ADVERTISERS: The location is splendid, and this :
eling Salesmen the Property I I I
Ii subdivision promises to be built :
up;
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Copy for display and all other hand-M II i
advertising matt be handed in at the business I IAn I rapidly.The .
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. I
(
the day before publication. This rule applies This is one of the plain unvarnishedtales attractive subdivision has been I DEPARTMENTAL STORfrlanuo'
t to changes for contract advertising; it i. that ought to cause people to opened northeast of Lake Eola I
park
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. t Miami Herald says: "One :
pause in their mad, wayward career by the owners, Messrs. F. C. McDan- million and five hundred thousand

t SUBSCRIPTION RATES: and quit patronizing out of town con- iel and J. B. Lawton, and three thou- crates of vegetables, worth between :

One Year .$5.OO cerns. sand,feet of sidewalks are being laid one and a half and two million dollars :
R Six Months 2.50 A salesman came to town a short about the property.This be from Dade favorite
will shipped coun- : s Shopping
Three Months 1.23 time and he sold writing
t ago pens. notable improvement work is ty this season, according to Capt. J.I
g In Advance. He sold a lot of them, too. The :
being pushed and will be finished in F. Jaudon, county tax assessor, who
Er price he got for them was $1.40 a a short time, more than half of the is perhaps better able to judge the :

SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1914. gross, and many a gross did he sell. sidewalks having been put down. The crop conditions over the entire county : PLACEIt
? Whefc he got through selling he took
walks on Robinson avenue are six than any other man in it. :
THE WEATHER his list into Mr. W. S. Branch, who r
runs the book store and sells sta- .
if.- tionery and like supplies, and asked .MMIMIMMIMIiiMilMIMMMIIilllllilNOW .. .. :
Florida Generally fair Saturday
: :Mr. Branch to make his deliveries for

and Sunday him. Mr. Branch agreed. When the
( ON SALETHE
pens came Mr. Branch delivered them,
\'.F The dog catcher will get you if and collected $1.40 a gross for the is a source of pleasure to us to

you don't watch out. pens that he would have sold the,customers RESIDENCE LOTS

0 in the first place for 75 centsa announce the opening of our

Certain senators in Washington gross. N. { CORNER OF LAKE EOLA
.
suffered a great disappointment a few Another salesman came to town

days ago. They were invited to a selling ink, and he sold a lot of it.

dasheen dinner, and when they received He sold it in quart bottles, that beinga
the mealy looking tubers there ,popular size in prohibition towns. FIRST SALES WILL BE MADE BY OWNER I N NE W T TOEII R

was a howl-the senators thoughtthe He got a dollar a quart for it. He J, B, LAWTON, 20 EAST PINE STREET
dasheen, was a new drink. !also asked Mr. Branch to make his II
deliveries for him, and Mr. Branch
o
i LATER THROUGH ORLANDO REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
agreed. When the goods Mr.
came ,
The which the Tim
picture Tampa sprints
purporting to be a likeness of Branch delivered the ink and collecteda Three Thousand Feet of Sidewalks Being Completed, Other Improvements | Next Wednesday week, the
dollar each from the customers. He
Doc Cook, the explorer, 'gives war-
would have sold them the ink at 75 to FollowHHIIIMHIMIIilftlMtMIHl'mittMMIMIIIIMI
rant for Doc to sue for libel. The Eighteenth day of March Nine-
cents a quart in the first place. ,
Times make-up man must have gath- .
This tale has no moral. It is 'alain "
ered a consumption-cure cut and
Surel'fooc ) tale, and it isn't told to make teen Fourteen.
slammed it in for Cook. .
anybody feel bad. The Sentinel has 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111.1111111111.Cash
never looked that way even when he
preached trade at home all these
was farthest north and chewing his
months, it seems, to no purpose. Or- to Loan on. 1
bootleg for subsistence. ;
lando should have a trade at home
o club. A COMPLETE[ [ STORE[

Senator Works of California is a City Property

Progressive, but from his career as TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR : '

a liberal minded public man it is .. "

hardly to be thought that his parti- SALE-Shetland pony, harness Representing Dry Goods MihinBeadytoWear '
sanship would lead him to attack the and cart. Will sell at bargain if ,
administration for this reason alone. bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne Real Estate bought and sold
Circle. 3-7-lw-d&w Men's Fur-
> His criticism of the Mexican policyis ery, ,
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strong and well considered. Thisis i for cash ,or on commission.
C. W. Riley, the photographer, has
the only serious criticism to be nishings Groceries. etc. etc.
moved his business from 405 Hughey ,
made of the Wilson administration.In .
, ,
street, and can now be found at 303

a Garland street. Call and see him. '

the name of honesty and for the 3-7-lw pI1.A. J. TAYLOR 25
good name of Florida it is to be hoped =

that the investigation, of the Ever- WANTED-Two ladies to demon- Rock Building Upstairs.niMilllimimiMMMIMMHMMMM. .
glades land salesmen to take place at strate and take orders. Steady ... .
work. Good Address Franklin '1IIIOI'llt llllllaIIDIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIII
Jacksonville soon will be thorough. pay. .

Two City of have the pleaded men indicted guilty. in It Kansas is to care WANTED-Two this office. railroad tickets 3-7-lt ' '
to DEPAR[r ICEN1S[ I l IN ALLIC

be not hoped to be further made scapegoats that these men for are the Ohio. P. O. Box-35. A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX ..

HOUSE FOR RENT-210 North Xr- .
whole crew and the principals there- .
Apply G.A. Baas, Orlando .
ange. care THE PALMS AUTO COREO >
by escape punishment. B. & T. Co. 3-7-6t fruition of
the
i o : It represents an

Sanford celery farmers are receiv- For information regarding the best MOTOR CARS .

ing good prices for their produce, and paying> little farm of 20 acres, 6 acres : ideal to the development of

everybody is glad that this is so. in grove, dandy home on clay road, I For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
The farmers have one advantage over 2 miles from town, which can be I : which we have devoted muchi
every other class of workers, even if bought> direct from owner at a bargain I full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof I
I
their lot as a rule is harder-nobody address "C," this office. work is .
All
competent repair men. our absolutely : thought.
ever regrets paying the farmer a -

r good price; if there is ever a kick on LOST-At the Grandtheater, a lace : guaranteed. II
., the price of fruit or truck it is be- boudoir cap. Please leave at the I
box office. : Ii invited
. cause the middleman is extracting i You are cordially
: more than his share.
LOST-Pearl :
pendant. Finder return -
o to Sentinel office or to J. H. THE PALMS AUTO CO
., Prudence is frequently mistaken Robinson 3-6-2t 608. Orange avenue. :. : to be presentScru.ven.Irs
for fear. Some congressmen have
.
FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. I
jumped to the conclusion that the i I
Advertising pays-especially in the
president fears war with Japan be- I
cause of certain veiled utterances in Sentinel want columns. t I1111 1II11 III ill 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111'' : ,

; his message to congress on the repealof I II I

tolls exemption. Fear could no I

more possess one individual of the

nation than another in a matter of I
I
this kind. It is the duty of the pres- .
ident to proceed with all matters involving for the ladies from the Dry

our foreign relations with the .
greatest possible prudence. Goods and Grocery Departments

o

Newspapers are frequently imposed Is Your Heart "In the Ring : : and for the men from the Men's
upon. If the Miami Metropolis can I >

produce the name of the person who Isn't it about time you "elected" the girl of your '. : Furnishing Department.
the "frost"
perpetrated telegram dreams as mistress of your heart and home, and pre-
from Orlando it should do so and let : I
sented her with I
him take the consequences. No such I I
.
telegram passed through the Orlando I
I
office, and it really looks as if some An Engagement Ring? : I I

one had "dreamed" it. What possiblemotive I

he had can hardly be im- You can win any girl's heart with your Jewelry, : I I

agined, but certain it is that such and let her choose I
Just show her the newest designs
reports injure a section. :Miami has Our Mail Order r r Oepar1entIs
had some experience on the same lin\ the setting she prefers and we'll mount a white diamond :

and should know how it feels to be of the purest water. : I
so glaringly misrepresented. \Ve have wedding rings, too. : .
II to out-of-town customers male
o \ . a great help our
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Jacksonville has made a fizzle of I II : use of it whenever you can. Samples or information
raising an entertainment fund for the I

., Confederate reunion to be held therein " .... . ' . :. : cheerfully given.Ve prepay all charges.

May, and it is now proposed to . :
Write for one of our illustrated mail order :catalogues -
'S secure subscriptions outside in the \ I i > '
state. Jacksonville should be genu- : We i invite comparison values.ORLANDO'S .

inely ashamed. The fund which it is : '..:

;" proposed to raise-sixty thousand- I

should be a mere nothing to get in i I II
.
Jacksonville, with its many wealthy I I
II
.. men-no few of them Confederate T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE I I
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'' !' veterans who have abundantly prospered ,
FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEmilllllilMHIMIMItilHilMliiMiMililllHilWi
r and could easily afford to give : II

: up a thousand dollars each for this I I
POSTOFFICE
cause. Instead of that she is taking

,}"" subscriptions from newsboys and '. . [ Orange Ave. : Orlando

Syrians-street peddlers who have a EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING :
: hard time to earn a living. For .
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ri I voiii THEATREO j IF- 4JC -0- =z;]

is More Than
Eating Pure Candy a Regulating the Use of the Streets

ROBINSON STARKEY Managers oI and Other Public Places by Vehi-

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. cles, Hackmen, Solicitors and Oth
I Open9a.mto10.30P.M.8 I Ii ers. ,

Admission 5 cents Be it Ordained by the City Council of the
Of course, hundreds of people all over the coun- i aDQltipai i City of Orlando:
D/ w t1D/ \ODQ tH\ Section 1. That every person driving or
like riding any vehicle on the streets of the city
because
Candy just to
eat Candy just they
try PROGRAM shall observe the following rules of the road

satisfy that desire for something sweet;-and you also Rex. "Thieves and the Cross." A which Rule are 1. applicable Keep to the to right all vehicles of the :street.

2-reel drama, written by Lois Weber Rule 2. Keep to the right in permitting
have done the same thing many times. __ another vehicle to overtake and pass, and
and directed by Phillips Smalley, and the overtaking vehicle shall pass to the left

If convince that candy is both these remarkable artists of the vehicle overtaken. r
we can you pure appearin Rule 3. Head the vehicles on the same
important roles. Miss Weber's side of the street in one direction and when
from food
beneficial standpoint
healthful-is
really a intending to stop at the sidewalk, turn (if
plays are always thoughtful and necessary and if turning is permitted at that
why then you'll realize that your money is well thought compelling. It deals with a point) so that the sidewalk will be at the
right of the driver when the stop has been
spent when you buy Candy from our large assort woman with God's own soul in her made.
Rule 4. In making a turn at a street Corner
body who never had a decent chan:e.
ment. if the turn is to the left, go around the f'i
After all, what is the meaning of center Point of the intersection; if to the
right, make the turn at the middle of the
life? Are we the free agents of our cross street.

own unfettered wills-each of us the Section 2. All vehicles must, in stopping,
park at the curb close and parallel thereto
captain of his own soul? or, are we ,except as otherwise provided in Section 3.
BUTT'S KANDY MTCHEN f truly in fact the playthings of Section 3. On Orange avenue from the
very If watch that
south side of Washington street to the north you want a you
fate? side of Jackson street; can "be proud of-carry a
On Central avenue from the west side of
Frontier. "When Roaring GulchGot :Main street to the east side of Gertrude ave- D
D
Suffrage." A very laughable nue; WalthamWatch
The home of home-made Candies
pure On Church street from the west side of
Western comedy. Main street to a point 75 feet east of the
The Waltham has been awarded
railroad track on Gertrude avenue, all vehicles
AvenueHIIIIIIIIIM Admission 5 cents. (except motor cycles and bicycles) must highest honors at every International -
Orange Open 2 to 10:30 p. m. park at the sidewalk at an angle of forty- and has taken
Exposition
five degrees. Within the 73 feet aforesaid on
Church street east of the railroad track no every Gold Medal offered in
such vehicle shall park in any position.The .
America since
directions for parking at the sidewalkin 1875.

REST R ROOM f FOR T TOURISTS Will this any section vehicle and backed in Section up for 2 loading do not or applyto unloading "Its Time You Owned a If'aIt>ism"Don't

which must be promptly finished buy watch before taiL s
a -
I, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Garwood have Bf OPENED[ TODAY Section 4, No automobile shall be backed g with us. Complete asscrtnent -
from its parking space on the parts of the of Walthaa Watches in all
moved to Orlando, Fla., where Mr. streets described in Section 3 without first grades.Allen.
WADE Garwood has a responsible position giving one distinct signal with its horn or

THE TUNER with ,the Postal Telegraph company. )Ir. W. S. Branch Starts Movement other Section warning 5. No apparatus.vehicle (except motor cycles & Co.
ORLANDO FLA. and bicycles) shall the same park
occupy .
Both Mr. and Mrs. Ganvood ,
have a Which Results in Action for ing space longer than thirty consecutive minutes

great many friends here who regret Comfort of Visitors on Orange avenue from the south side of
Central avenue to the north side of Church JEWELERS
their departure but will wish them street .
v i
Mrs. I. A. McCormick, New York every success in their new home. Section 6. No vehicle (except motor cycles Everything Guaranteed.
The room on Pine street which was and bicycles) shall stand on the street adjoining
city, is among the deli&> .t visitorsto Quitman, (Ga.) Free Press. the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad cornpanic Reliable
vacated several months thePeople's Repairing.
Orlando.Mr. ago by passenger station on the east for a
National bank is to be longer time before the scheduled arrival or
departure of trains than fifteen minutes.
Rev. James P. Hoyt, D. D., went to opened today by Mr. W. S. Branch as Section 7. No vehicle while running on
F. M., Conrad, a prominent Orlando the parts of streets described in Section 3,
today to deliver two lecturesor
a reading and rest room for visitors. shall be turned to go in the opposite direction .
j
business man of Daytona, is spend- Biblical addresses in the Chautauqua The room will be supplied with either on the said streets or at the intersec-

ing today in Orlando.Mr. course there. Dr. Hoyt had tables and chairs, newspapers, maga- tions.Section 8. No vehicle shall be stopped

charge of the Biblical department of zines, writing materials, dominoes, abreast or left standing abreast of any other
vehiele (except a motor cycle or bicycle) 16 dI
M. B. Page, of Peabody, Mass., the East Coast Chautauqua before he checkers, and several other such stopped on the same side of the street, nor =ClO==
obstructed by vehicle.
arrived in Orlando yesterday and ex came to St. Petersburg and is there- games, and will afford a loafing place shall Section any street 9. Within be the limits embraced any be-

pects'to spend some time in this sec- fore familiar with Chautauqua work. for many who have nowhere to spend tween the south side of Washington street to
the north side of Jackson street and from
tion. He expects to return Saturday or the time .at present except at their the east side of Main street to the east side iMitMiMltMiMMMMIIMMHMMtMIMIMItlllMliiPhone '

Monday-St Petersburg Independent. boarding houses. of Gertrude avenue, no vehicle (including
motorcycles and bicycles) shall be run at a
Mrs. Fannie Alexander, one of Mr. Branch has been working at greater speed than ten miles per hour, and
when turning corners the speed shall not exceed
Florida's noble ladies, is in Orlando the propostiion for several weeks, end eight miles per hour. In the rest of the

visiting her niece, Mrs. W. C. Per NOTICE finally happened to get hold of the miles city, the per speed hour.limit This shall speed not limit exceed shall fifteen not

son. The annual meeting of the stock right man in the person of City Com- apply to the fire department, when called out rir !
holders of the Country Club will be missioner S. A. Johnson. Mr. John- on fire duty, nor to the police force or other nnwA1
held for the of election of peace officers when on duty.
purpose of the l'
son saw Mr. J. B. Magruder, owner Section 10. No vehicle in any part
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Rhodes
are officers Thursday, March 12th, 7:30p. city shall follow the fire engines, or hose
pleasant people registering at the m., San Juan hotel. of the property, and secured his per- carriages, or other fire apparatus, when they ,

San Juan yesterday from New York JAS. L. GILES, President.V. mission to use the room for the pur- a aJe closer responding distance to than an alarm one hundred or returning and fifty, at ,

city. W. ESTES, Sec.-Treas. pose stated.. yards; and no vehicle so following, shall exceed
3-7&3-11 limits prescribed by this ordi
the speed
The need for such a place has beenso
nance.
apparent for so long that it is Section 11. No vehicles shall use the side- t
Mrs. M. J. Hapgood and Miss D. ROSALIND NOTICE walks.
rather remarkable that it hasn't been Section 12. No person under 15 years of s.
E. Hapgood, of Peru, Vermont, were I
age shall be permitted to operate or run an -
provided before. The tourist visitors i iI
among last night's arrivals at the The regular monthly business meet- automobile within the city. ,
will rise up and bless the name-of Section 13. No automobile shall be run on
San Juan. ing of the Rosalind Club will be heldon without
other places
public
the streets
or
Monday afternoon, March 9th, at W. S. Branch, now that he has succeeded having between sunset and sunrise two bright 172
in securing the room for their lights throwing the light forward. Every ii
$15.00 all Brass, velvet finish bed, three-thirty. automobile must be equipped with a good hornor I
use. other warning apparatus, and with a suf-
for $9.98, today and Monday only, at ELOISE ROBINSON, Secretary. ficient brake in good working order. '"
3-7-2t Section 14. Every motor vehicle shall be
Yowell-Duckworth Co.'s. A real bar- J
'
AMELIA AVENUE WILL WAITA equipped with a muffler or silencer, and no '
gain. 3-7-lt cut-out or other similar 'apparatus shall be
JUNIORS HAD MERRY TIME AT used.
I petition of the property owners Section 15. Every motor cycle and bicycle .HiMMtllllMMmiMIIIIMMIItMllitMlimiH.HComb
MONTHLY FROLIC shall have one bright light, which must be I
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Partain arrived -
of West Amelia
avenue for sidewalksto lighted while the motor cycle or bicycle is A
in Orlando last night from - be laid was returned to them running on the streets or other public places,
by
The members of the Junior Civic between sunset and sunrise and every motor
Plainfield N. and Honey
J.t are pleasantly the city commissioners yesterday be- cycle and bicycle shall be provided with a
located at the Orlando for an indefi League had a merry time yesterday horn or other warning apparatus.
the
afternoon in the building formerly cause petition did not bear the Section 16. Every hack dray, omnibus or
nite stay. names of a majority of the other vehicle, for which a license is requiredby
occupied by Mr. Armstrong, on Pine property the city, or any other vehicle engaged in Could only secure a small amount. Send
;
street. owners. carrying freight or passengers for hire, whileon
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Carrack, of I any street or public place between sunset
Once each month, .instead of their and sunrise shall carry a lighted lantern on j us your order before it is gone.
Columbus, Ohio, are among the tour- TONIGHT FAREWELL PERFORMANCE either side in front.
ists arriving in Orlando usual weekly 'meeting, these Juniors Section 17. All persons driving or riding A
yesterday. have a genuine frolic. AT PARK'S TENT vehicles which are required by this ordinanceto
They are pleasantly located at the be equipped with a warning apparatus i Fresh Tomatoes
The Civic League committee in shall make signals when crossing an inter-
San Juan.
"The Land of the section or on turning a corner and on pass-
charge of the Junior League consistsof Sky, a story of ing another vehicle from the rear. A

Mrs. H. L. Beeman, Mrs. S. A. the mountains of old North ,Carolina, Section 18. No hackman, chauffeur porteror Shipment received daily
Mr. S. M. Lewis, of Jackson, Tenn., other solicitor of any kind shall solicit
Johnson and Mrs. Hoskins, and the will be the bill at the above tent by passengers, baggage or other patronage upon

the clever representative of the Kel- children select one of this trio to be the popular Park Dramatic company. the platforms or sidewalks of any railway
Switchboard and station nor upon the parts of streets adjacent Cider VinegarIn
logg : ;
Supply com- their special guest for each of these This play has never been presentedin thereto, except on such parts of the platforms -
pany, of Chicago, is spending todayin Orlando before sidewalks and streets as the Chief of
monthly frolics, Mrs. Johnson having by any company.It Police may from time to time mark off and j
Orlando on business. is an intense drama with for that And such bulk bottle.
this honor yesterday, the other two many designate purpose. no per I or
sons shall solicit patronage in a boisterousor
e ladies also attending for a few min- thrilling climaxes and a happy vein obtrusive manner. I A

There's a reason why 'you should utes to express their interest. of comedy. As this is the Park Section 19. The Commissioner of Public
Works in his discretion establish public
may I
.
advertise in the Sentinel. And that The small hostesses for this occa- Show's farewell appearance here this stands for vehicles for hire and require that I

reason is-it produces results. Tryan sion were Misses Helen Ives, Hildreth I season, a packed house will no doubt such stands vehicles, when occupy waiting the for streets employment.only at such A I THE SANITARY GROCERY

ad. tomorrow. It is the only Sun- Badger and Loraine Boylen, these ,discharging -i be there. description o? such stands, when designated I *
shall be entered on the minutes of the City I
-day paper in this part of Florida. their duties very acceptably.A Council.

contest was held to see who could SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTH Section 20. The word "vehicle" shall include CARUTHERS & GOREPhone 1
motor cycles and bicycles unless
Mrs. Katie' Trees and Mr. Arthur write the largest number of names I am now organizing an excursion trary intention is expressed in any part a con'of .
M. Floyd, arrived in Orlando last of fish, and the longest lists thus party to New York and Albany, via this ordinance. 200 ". 6 & 8 E. Pine Street -
Clyde Line Section 21. Any person violating any of
night from Shelbyville, Ind., and are made gave over fifty. The first prizein April 20th. Price steamship for Arapahoe is the provisions of this ordinance shall be punished 1
trip $22.25:
by imprisonment not exceeding ten days
located at 511 East Anderson, where this was an alligator pencil, the from Orlando to Albany, which includes or by a fine not exceeding two hundred and i
they will remain until the last of "booby" being a peanut doll. baggage transfer in Jackson- city dollars. ... CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
ville and New York. .. Section 22. This ordinance shall take effect
Special
reduction
April. Various games and dances added to to those on April 1, 1911. 111111.lil IDQII'II'IIII""t"'tlll"llt tt
i starting at Jacksonvilleor
Adopted March 6, 1914.
the afternoon's pleasures and all -- - - - -- ---
enjoyed stopping at New York. --- - ---
For good E. F. SPERRY, Mayor. --- - -------
Mr. S. T. Nelson, representing Wm. refreshing fruit punch and .berth and rooms make reservationsnow Attest: ......
Weinert & Co., commission merchantsof cakes. of C. P. Smith, Hand building, CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. 3-7-lm II I I

Philadelphia, is in the city. lie corner Orange avenue and Church ONE
street, before March 21. 3-5-tf Telephone the Sentinel your news I 1913Hudson
was'being shown the courtesies yesterday DRESSMAKINGMiss items. It will be appreciated. r

by his old friend, Mr. S. J. Lendrum has opened her AN ATTRACTIVE PLACE --- .---- Touring Car

Sligh. dressmaking parlors at 210 Patrick Twenty-acre farm; 10 acres cleared; LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

street. She solicits your patronage. six; of it J11 grove; fruit netted over DRIVEN 3,000 MILES A

Mr. J. H. Kennedy, :Mr. and Mrs.C. Pleating a specialty. 3-3-3t $1,000 this year; three acres good Flowers

A. Crane, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. muck land; good spring of water and
running brook; six room house in ROSES, VIOLETS,
Brothers and John Brothers, Jr., arrived good condition barn CONDITION A
etc.
WOOD, COAL AND ICE On clay ABSOLUTELY PERFECT
in Orlando yesterday from Can- road 2 miles from town. Address CARNATIONS, PANSIES, .

ton, Ohio, and will make their homeat Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Box "B," Sentinel. 2-28-61
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf POTTED PLANTS A BARGAIN AT ,
the San Juan during their visit to
Eat what you want.

the city. Eat what you want. Eat all you want. ,

Eat all you want. Take a postscript and forget it. $1,100
0. B. Floyd, of Orlando, a town Take a postscript and forget it. For sale by all druggists. Good Wood 51.50'Beller

that is twice as large during the winter For sale by all durggists. l-7-d&w.lyr Wood $2 and $2.25

owing to its great popularity as l7d&wlyrT.

a tourist resort is in the city. Mr. Also a reliable warm wave can find I Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.

Floyd will say, of course,. that the S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone profitable employment during the
2, Orlando. 3-5-tf month of March.
lake regions of Orange county are the This won't last long,

most picturesque in Florida. Tampa while All Night Service
Tribune. FREE DEMONSTRATIONAn OSTEOPATHY Stock up you can.

0-Cedar Polish demonstration 0'
Mop -

TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO will be held all this week at the DR. J. C .HOWELL Orlando food Yard TIRES don't cost more and are
guar-
Chiropodist for both men and wo. hardware store of the Joseph Bumby Hours, 10-12,3.5, and by appointmentNo AJAX any

men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Hardware company. The ladies of extra charge'for house treatment !104 w. ;Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.

Ecalp massage. Feet a specialty L. the city are invited to call and see Telephone connections
B. W. KINGSLEY Proprietor
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over ,
l Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm this mop in use. 4-3t Office cor. Orange and Central Area 'Ies




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RANDOM SHOTS WORK BEGUN ON JAS. L GILES'
I PEOPLE'S WANTS WANTED-Ladies to bring those; The Franklin News observes that "WANT AD. WAY"Is
RESIDENCE
k combings to us. Don't destroy the tango has everybody in its diabolic a sure way for results. The little
The question before the house is!Ic them. We will make what you want.I
grip just now, but that baseball advertisements that needs to
cry your
whether the Bull Moose shall growa Foundation work has begun on the MUNNIMAEERS Come and see our stock and examineour
work. We invite inspection. If will soon be here and will knock the multitudes' and bring results, no
trunk or the elephant a set of ant- handsome colonial residence to be
of Wanted,
Notices Lost. For
Sale For you haven't the hair we supply it. the tango into a cocked hat matter what thing or man or opportunity -
1 lers. Any remarks? erected by Mr. James L. Giles on Lucerne Rent etc., for this column. 25c for one !day Our stock is We .
f 60c for three dm, or $1.00 for one week for genuine. make everything you seek. Merchants find them
r Circle. Mr. Henry Green has 25 words or lees. Money moat accompany to order. Will pay cash for I
An eastern physician says the less the contract. The Giles home is to the advertisement far this column as no combings. Nicholas & Nicholas, 303 If you were obliged to eulogize I effective as business getters, and use
will be
made
insertions on credit. Garland them regularly. People in all the
women wear the more they eat be one of the most elegant and costlyon avenue. 2-19-dw-lm something and the cigarette were assigned -
II walks of life and read them.
k Goodby low cost of living; goodby, the Circle, and will be many WANTED-Lady or gentleman book- DASHEENS.The you as a subject, what could use
goodby. months in course of construction. The keeper to do little extra book work. South's substitute for the Irish you say for the measly thing? You, Just try a Sentinel want ad. to-
Address "D," care Sentinel. 5-2t potato. Very productive. More couldn't for morrow-you will be pleased with the
it.
drawn even apologize
plans were by Architect Per- yields up to 500 bushels per acre. En- i results.
Remember when there weren't ceval Hutton, who took the greatest WANTED-To rent six dorsed by the Agricultural Depart-I

phones and electric lights and trolley pains to have every detail, interioras room cottage, close in. or Must seven be ment, Washington, D. C. Now is the I Ladies' hair dressing, massage,

; cars? People got along, too. well as exterior, pantry as well I reasonable. Address J. L. D., care time to .plant ,For seed apply to shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,
v P. F. LAUBACH,
as parlor, colonial in design to the I Sentinel. 3-5-4t Orlando, Fla. Shop. 1-2-tf on Court street 125tfHfltlllMllttttllMHiltltiltHMMIHIIMtHIMHt

The frugal and patient man is the minutest. He made several trips to :WANTED-Two first-class tickets to
-
one who waits until the sun removes New York to consult with specialists I{II or beyond Cincinnati Call phone FOR RENt

the snow from his sidewalk. in various lines of architectural work I 366. 3-5-3t *

in order to carry out his ideas with FOR RENT FURNISHED-lA pleas-

Well there will be no resolutions of accurate correctness, and he is satis- WANTED AT ONCETwentyfivefamily ant bed room, three blocks from The AltamonteALTAMONTE I
washings at 50 cents each. court house. No children. Apply at :
condolence and sympathy adopted fied with his work. Mr. Hutton saysit Home Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla I the Woman's Exchange. 2-27-tf .
over the passing of February. will probably be a full year before Reel. 3-4-5t .

the dwelling is completed. More thana FOR RENT- -room house, partly I' SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .

The ladies just can't be in a hurry year was required on the Beeman FOR SALE furnished. See Frank Soper, Room, beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L

:when passing the windows of the home, another handsome residence in I An elegant modern home; four bed- 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t .. R.R.]) Come out and get the best dinner served In Inte-
I. rooms two bath
; rooms and elec-
S millinery shops these days. the Lucerne section and of Mr. Hut- tricity throughout; fruit; gas trees and FOR RENT-Large attractive room : rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

ton's designing. flowers. 509 East Central avenue. in new' bungalow. 203 Ridgewood most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on

Some people who want to get rid 2-15-tf .. avenue. 2-4 tfHlttMimiilMMIiliililliiMIHimttltM : high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.

of bonds go to the broker, others go I CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
to the divorce court. 1 LASTING 30 DAYS I " " Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-
1'I I j ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles southeast I .
Mayor Mitchell of New York is still of city, on hard road, all improved II I Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.

_, looking for a police commissioner. I ; 175 budded orange and grape- : I
fruit trees just coming into bearing; One. Bungalow Left to Sell
Why not try Becker? 7-room house the land is of the best.
; GEO: E. BATES & SON ProprietorsSummer
No. 2-Two 3-acre young groves inside I ,

The tango may not be unconstitu- of city, nicely situated to divide [ Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
tional but it isn't good for the con- into home lots. M. J. DAETWYLER :
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with G- MtMIIMMHIHimilllMlliliUMIIIimMlllliilltNew

stitution, either. room house and 200 bearing grove; II ___ .
the 5 acres is garden land divided in I

The fine country home of J. J. Vin- acre lots and recorded.No. Phone 563MIIMIMIItllttMIIMtMMMHtmiMtllllltiMmi
4-5 acres east between Amelia :
zant, treasurer of Volusia county, located and Concord avenues, just over city I
on his orange grove a short distance limit line; a part of it to bearing II
from DeLand, was destroyed by grove and grapery; a fine 8-room Spring MaterialsIn
I
fire Monday house and other buildings. This is a
rare bargain to get a city home just

over the city line. Give this your at- FOR SALE FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN tention.No. Foulards Embroidered Crepes Ravine
to persons wishing suburban ,
5-40 Six hundred acres timber land, and
acres, 20 improved with
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or I accommodations; also 2 acres good
500 choice bearing orange trees, south,ten acre orange grove, with two milesof truck land, close in Good The latest stylesin
; opportu- Flaxons.
"News" sightseeing automobilesfor side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; lake shore, near Winter Garden, for Address "A" Crepes, Dainty
nity right ,
Lookout Mountain, Point Park,I I fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room I one of the greatest trucking and Sentinel. person. 9-8tf
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and citrus centers of Flori<4t. The orange Millinery.
I I shade tennis court (cement the crop will pay interest on the whole
; )
; HOUSE FOR RENT-Six
Ridge and historical points. For I rooms,
reservations investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin,
show
I place of the South, known as modern located at 311 N. Orange
address 910 Market street. owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 ;
the Foss Grove. On account of the
avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave-
3-3-Apr. death of :Mr. Foss, :Mrs. Foss can no nue. 2-24-tf; MISSES HAULM & DUBS '
Qi.. longer attend to the estate. This FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand
means sell it.No.6Several. unimproved land. See S. S. ,
FOR SALE FOR RENT-New four room unfur-
I nice homes, close to Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm'': nished flat, with bath. Address
Lake Eola, and other of the
parts city.
20 acres located three miles from 1 603 W. Pine. 3-5-3t
city on proposed brick road; eight i Also choice lots, close in. :FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade Agents for Barclay Corsets
a acres bearing grove; two acres If you want to buy for home or investment I citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando THE ST.-JAMES,308- stre t. .
cleared and ten acres timber; four I am a leader along these I and Oakland brick road, and 2 1-2 Rooms, $3.50 to $5.00 per week.
rooaT'cottage. Price $3,500. II lines. Call or phone and make date miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, Large verandas. Everything new McCall's Patterns
25 acres four miles from city; ten for investigations.Open I Orlando, Fla. and modern. 2-22-lw
acres in grove, four hundred bearing evenings. I
orange and two hundred I 19 W.. Church St.-Phaie 398 I FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale' or will FOR RENT Elegant furnished +
old grapefruit trees; three-year-I exchange for second hand buggy. rooms for light housekeeping. 406 .. .. . . . .. .4*+ .. ,
fruit land and three acres garden I M. W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, East Pine street. 2-4-6t
HUliimiMIMMMtllHFor
land; cottage and barn, located on: Orlando. 2-22-14 Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
lake front Price $5,000. I MISCELLANEOUS
70 acres choice fruit and vegetable i Sale 1 FOR SALE-Upright Schaffer piano, !
land; three and one-half miles from I I elegant' mahogany case and bench; LOST-Fox terrier puppy, black and
city. Price $30 per acre. at a bargain. Must sell at once. white. Suitable reward if returnedto
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, six-room cottage, with
dred by four hundred feet; located on I Orange avenue. 3-4-3t -- - rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.- '
.; main highway leading out of city. Modern 8-room : I LOST-United Commercial Travelers Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
SALE Past Commander's emblem
Price $2,000.Five FOR ; crescent -
shape, white and gold. Returnto six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
acres of bearing orange ,, House 2 doors Farm of about ten i
grove : twenty acres, base-
well located. Price $2,000. this office and get reward. R. B. heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy
cleared about cul
acres seven acres
140 acres overlooking a beautiful west of Wyoming II. 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; Hotel. Bargain : 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 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, rose
remaining land is high grade fruit ; able for trucking or citrus fruit. Am I 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.
i 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well bargain. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em I
located. Can be had at a bargain. 2-27-lm-d&w on Court street. 12-5-tf
J. E. CRAWFORD, ; A. L. Bentley E. N. COY
Office Over Blue W. T. ENTRICAN,
Drug Store, W. T. ENTRICAN, Norlb.OrlandolilltltiMifllitiiMMMIItM
117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404' ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEIIMMIIIIIHMIiMlttMIt Painter and interior decorator. New Makes a specialty of painting, papering 307 West St.,
Orlando, Florida. ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
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APOPKA ITEMS. Within a few days Tampa and THE HOME FLAVOR HHMMIMilimiiliHIHiMUMMMBtMliHMMmi

Clearwater will be conected by a direct Like a letter from home is a copy City Homes For Sale

Apopka, Fla., March 5.-Mrs. Wm. railroad. Clearwater people are of the Sentinel received by a distant .

Adams is able to be out again aftera planning to celebrate the-arrival of friend who farmerly lived in Orange THE MARKETOf i

short illnesss. the first train over the direct line, county. Send your copy to him, or $3500 Modern seven-room house, :
NEW. Two screened .
M. T. Anderson made' a business and have arranged to have a big bar- better still, subscribe for a year's issue Corner lot. Well screned.porches Elec-, I

trip to Orlando Wednesday afternoon becue. to his address. tric fixtures, gas range, and : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
going over in his auto.F. shades to all windows. Close in. ,
H. Davis was a business I"visitorin Sentinel want ads. get results. Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. A genuine bargain. :
$5500-Within block of Lake AND SALT MEATS
Orlando Thursday. _. one LuI I
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Fine modern home
cerne.
H. H. 'made busi- seven
Witherington a
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ness trip to Orlando Thursday.W. 310-29 choice budded fouryearold -

L. Pannell has purchased the : Be Sold Within trees. God garden. Fifty fine Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Apopka cement plant, together with : Rhode Island Red chickens included -
the lot on which it is located from I this. in sale. Do not overlook Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

the American Realty Company, of : 10 Days- $3750-Completely furnished home. and pure. .
Apopka, and will continue to operate. : Modern in every respect. Rent-
it at the same stand. ed till November 1st at $60 per We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

D. W. Clark made a business trip to \Vhat is known as the E. \u.[ Bullock home. month.the investment Income and is 19 per will cent havea on everything in the Meat Line.

Kissimmee, Thursday, going via Or- Mrs. Bullock has taken up her residence in Georgia, home next winter you when you

lando. where she has large business interests. The ladyis want it.$4150Onehalf.
The cold wave that swept the coun- block from Lake Lu- I
here for a few days and is ready to make very at- cerne. Modern The PARLOR MARKETH.
try the first part of the week, never seven-room
affected growing vegetables iri Apopka. tractive prices to those wanting a home: or for an house. Lot 68x332. Choice bud-
ded
Tomatoes are in bloom in the investment. hood.fruit. Exclusive neigHbor-
M. Self & Co.
open gardens here just as though Meet the lady at my. office and do your trading .
there had been no zero weather and with her.
< direct PINE STREET
below in the northern and middle Cooper S Atha

states. Phone No. 80IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIII
The News office here is publishing a 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor

telephone will be off directory the press of in this a few city days.which CHO1CK'S'$ ML R[ L m[ AND D Phone No. 311

Quite a number of real estate deals
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Company. They always strive to EVENINGS

please their customers by sellingthem
just what they want. ; 19 \V., Church Street Phone 398 |

The Hoodoo is the title of a playto 'iHIIMIillllMIMMHMIIIMIIIttmiMtllllllllitWe W. M. SLEMONS .
be given Friday night here by the

Ladies Civic League, the proceeds to
be applied to erecting a new city hall.J. .

.,F. Briggs has his new house now are the Peoplethat

ready for the roof, and will soon be New Goods Arriving Daily
ready to move into it. t ,

premises Mrs. Hopkins on Central has avenue improved and First her have made good Why? ,Because -

street by erecting a new wire lawn
fence in front of her residence.This experience has taught us how to

adds to the of the
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appearance property.
make formulas that suit all conditionsfor
Maxim.. The work was performed by Mr.. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

The March term of the Orange both orange trees and vegetables. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. .

County Criminal Court will conveneat Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
Orlando next Monday and some of
our colored citizens who were recent- Pants and'Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claffln & Co.
ly caught in a "skin game" by the Nowis the time to fertilize
officers here, will be up before his & Co Best place in the city to trade.

Honor to tell just how it all hap-

pened.

The American Realty ,
company

following of Apopka sales has here closed this the week.following The The Southern Fertilizer Co.Orlando :.. w. M. SLEMONSORANGE

Joseph Wynn just east of town,
grove
PHONES Office 32 Plant 31 Florida :
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a few acres of land to Mr. Chas. To the West and NorthwestVIA

Wells, of West Virginia. The Sten- .
strom Boat Landing on Lake Apopka -- -- 141'010111111111 .
containing residence and a few '

acres of land, to Mr. Scott H. Searle, DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND .
of Indianapolis: Ind. : III'ID''IIII !IIII'IIII'.. I WI\ L COli 1.t.'IID'I..ttti..I... ..'" .. "..

The Juston Turner grove just west I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED t '
of town to Mrs. Emily R. King, of 1'O"141.+C .
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North Carolina. I pixie Dixie SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Limited. Flyer.
Besides closing these sales they re- Lv Orlando.. A. C. L..l:31am.3:13pm. I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pmr ,
r Jacksonville, A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pm Jacksonville! ..................... 7:30pm
port that they have several more I I Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:23pm V Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
deals which y Waycross, A. C. 1.. .............10:20
pending among are some i v Waycross A. C. L..11S0am 10 5pm pm Orlandomater
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r :Macon G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15am Ar Macon. G. S. &: F. 5:46am '
large acreage tracts. I r Atlanta. C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am Ar Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. 7:12am -
Ar Knoxville, 1.. & N. .............12:19pm
!.Ar Chattarooga W. & A..12:18am 11:55am Ar Corbin L. & N ................ 3:16pm
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, !Ar Nashville. N. C. & St-L. (:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville, L. & N. eo....eo...... 9OQpm
Indianapolis, ... ... Light'Co.Electricity.
Ar Pa. L. !
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Ar St. Louis, L C.&L.&N. 2:50 pm 7:20( am eo. eo. l50am .
----------- Ar Lexington L. & N. ............ 6:50pm;
Shop. 1-2-tf(Ar Hopkinsville, L. & N........... 6:27 pm Ar Cincinanti. L. & N- ............. 8:5()pm
Ar Evansville 1.. & N..... 9:28am 9:25pm Ar Kalamazoo G. R. &: L .........,12: 0 pm
Ar Grand Rapids, G. R. & 1, .......
Ar Terre Haute C. & E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am : 2:45pm .
For the news, read The Sentinel. ,Ar_Chicago_C._& E. L....._6:50pm 6:50am_ _Ar Cleveland--, Big Four ............. 7:15am

DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED I
i 1 Solid train composed off/ section drawing : Gas Water Zee'OfficeNo.
T Dr. BucKmaster Solid train composed of electric lighted
room sleeping cars, observation compartment
tears I and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping caj and coaches ,
{Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
: ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. ,
k Osteopathic Physician 1 DIXIE FLYER .I Jacksonville through- sleeping Louisville car between ana Jacksonville Indianapolis and; 18 West Central AvenueTelephone

Avenue Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between i
132 Orange I artment, observation sleepers, and electlic Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
ighted section drawing.room sleepers. First
Next door to. People's Bank 11ass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining car No.6" a
meals a la 1carte.i . service between Atlanta and CincinnatiFOR
up'Stairs.Acute'and chronic i
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W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.
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Akers, W. S.; Allen,

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in Mr.; Noble, Pasco; Nigo .
payment of your traveling from
III. expenses start to finish e12L\
!,! 1 of your trip. You can pay your railway fares and hotel bills Roy; Roberts, Mr. and t 1,
; ;: : :' in the United States with them,buy your steamship tickets, t E.; Spencer, Mr.; Shaw, J 1TjQt f

use teem in any part ol the civilized world like actual money William; Stick, Mr.\ \ .
II II I I and pay your U.S. Customs Duties with them on your return Stephen, Walter; Ser}

I 4'e They are like an International Currency, the most convenient Smith, George; Toms, ) ==
Iill '' safest kind of travel funds Issued by liams, S. F.; Wood, W. ads.'j'

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Fred Wheeler, G.V.
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I Maude; Brown, Mrs. ;
: Baker, Mrs. Isdia;
I Fuller, Mrs. Phoebe; == \

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Mabel; Harrell, Miss
I Mrs.; Hayes, Mrs.
Miss Jesse; Jones,

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, VADIS" MARCH 10 swayed by the camera effect as by I I.; McPague, Miss! i _
Mrs. Nellie B.; McNeil ; j-i
the. words of the novelist. The ar
Maddox, Mrs. S. G.
"Quo Vadis," George Kleine's magnificent rangement of the picture is perfect, ; d ,, -
zie Myers, Mrs. Mary I
relating the story in sequential detail ; .L .. II
production of the masterly a
Fannie; Pierce, Mrs. V. I
and, by the
use of the slightest
Cines photo drama which crowded the Mrs. J. M. Robinson,
Astor theater in New York city and imagination, the auditor has no diffi II Robbins, Mrs.; WILL gation of distinguished scientists and figures in the National Hall of Fame.

broke records at Philadelphia, Chi culty in following and understanding I Wm. Rosedale, Mrs. UNVEIL GORRIE STATUE several Floridians will' be present at Elliott Woods, superintendent of the
cago and Boston, continues to do so it. The pursuit of Lygia by the i Mrs.;Millie S. Roberts the ceremonies, which will take placein United States capitol, declared the
young patrician Vinitius is so thqr- ; the Hall of Fame. work upon this statue reflected
in all other cities where it is being great
\ sell, Mrs. E. Reid; Reed ; It has just been announced that lit-
presented. It is a glowing tribute to oughly human it has a strong appealto United States Senator D. U. Fletcher credit upon the state of Florida.-
Smith, Mrs. Rachel; Mary Louise Stewart; the twelve-
; the finest achievement the world has everybody' and when his earthly Mollie; Smith, Mrs. ; great-granddaughter of Dr. has been chosen to preside duringthe Metropolis.,
the field passion is glorified through his con ceremonies. State Senator Day-
yet known in of photo drama
Ethel; Stout, Mrs. ; Gorrie, will unveil the monu-I
version, the young man has General Tom West, CITY TO BUY
and serves to illustrate the marvel- everybody's Mrs. Isabelle B.; to her distinguished ancestor in ton, Attorney STREET SIGNS
lous hold this form of entertainment sympathy in his trials. Representative Emmett Wilson and Street Commissioner
Mr. neco; Walker Mrs. ( ); on April 30. Miss Stew- Johnson was
has the and the George Kleine's production of of the members of the monu-
: on public enormous Walker, Mrs. ; will be twelve years of age the some yesterday authorized upon motion of
: possibilities for future development.That "Quo Vadis" will be the attraction at ry. before the ceremony takes place. ment commission are slated to make Commissioner Clark Robertson to- ;
the
tremendous soul of magnet- Lucerne theater March 10th. Packages-Howell, L ; lives at Bagdad, Fla. short speeches at the dedication.The purchase 250 street signs. The signsare

ism with which the brilliant Sienkie- J. W.; Jackson, The statue of Dr. Gorrie will be the work of Sculptor C. A. Pillars badly needed. They will be
wicz invested his novel is retained in There are some time-saving ads. W. S.Read. of Florida's contribution to the has been much praised by artists and mounted on concrete posts. The white

j the photo drama reproduction and in this issue, awaiting your persona of Fame in Washington. A com- men familiar with such work. It is way posts will be used where con-
the audience is almost as much attention-and wholly worthy of it! Sentinel want of congressmen, a large dele- said to be one of the most life-life venient.

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