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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 8, 1914
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Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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j THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS


Direct.Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.
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VOLUME TV 0. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1914. NUMBER 23.

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I :: WfAl [R Iff[ FOR [EIGHTEEN I [ YEARS HALF f FROZEN HSAVED[ CREW[ [ DISCOVERED V[ [O OBY STARThNG[ OF f DEVELOPMENTS LEON fRANK INCASE I I WILSON N' Will HAVE BAffLE A [ ROYAL Y






:::, : TALKED[ i0 T r PEOPLE[ [ Of f ORLANDO Capt. Picked Simmins Up and in Sixteen Open Boat of Crew Paper Conley Which Came Was From Handed the Officeof to Jim OVER PANAMA CANAL TOILS T FIGHT T TIH


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I Off Barnegat Manufacturer
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t TOLD THEM HOW WEATHER DATE SET fOR EXECUTION Of IH IIIJERTA'S LATEST NOTE TO STATEDEPARTMNPNORED MANY STRONG- MEMBERS
Norfolk, Va., March 7-Special( ) Atlanta, Ga., March 6-(Special).

FOR EIGHTEEN YEARS 1 M. f fRANKIs -Rescued from their drifting boat -Startling developments tonight in [ [ OPPOSED TO MEASUREHE

*HAD BEEN MADE by mere chance, Capt. H. S. Simminsand I the favor of Frank, convicted of the J. PROPOSES

sixteen members of his crew of murder of Mary Phagan, When the

to Be Hanged April 17 Unless StayIs the American steamer CharlemagneTower remains were first discovered the negro Request That Embargo on Arms be

.;; 'DIDN'T EXPLANATION Secured-Again DeclaresHe Jr., which foundered off the Jim Conley, upon whose testimony -
ATTEMPT Placed Greeted
;- Jersey coast yesterday morning, were Frank was convicted, swore on Again DEMOCRACY Y IS IN THE BALANCE t
Is InnocentAtlanta With Deaf Ear
. picked up by the steamer Bay Port the stand that Frank handed him a

o late yesterday afternoon and broughtto blank order book and paper and

. . MADE' REASONABLE EXCUSE Ga., March .-Leo M. Newport News today. All were forced him to write the notes. Washington, March 7.-State department WHETHER TOLL MATTER IS REPEALED

VOR ALL OF ITS SHORTCOMINGS Frank was resentenced to death here exhausted from the exposure, which :. Close examination revealed that the officials have decided there OR NOT MANY WILL

r, FOR THE LAST today for the murder of Mary Pha- rendered them helpless to navigate .1 paper> on which the notes were writ'ten will be no answer made to the note TAKE THIS FIGHT AS

QUARTER CENTURY gan, a factory girl. His executionwas their boat. Four died from exposure were orders for pencils which recently presented by the Huerta gov- CRITERION

set for April 17. and the survivors narrowly escapeda had been filed, kept for some time ernment suggesting that the United

The date set for the execution is like fate. Off Barnegat they hoist- and then thrown in to the refuse. States should revoke the right to con-
''Yesterday the afternoon program I Washington, :March 7-(Special).-
the prisoner's thirtieth birthday. This ed a light that was barely visible in The orders were issued and paper stitutionalists to purchase arms in
'a.t the Chautauqua was begun by A battle royal over the Panama canal
V fact was not known until sentencewas the blinding snow storm and dark- used for notes. This, it is believed,I this country. Secretary Bryan said
Miss Allen, whose readings were so toll; exemption clause of the canal act
, pronounced, when Frank, turning ness. They were signalled by Capt. will furnish a strong point in the defense -! today the communication required no
f touch enjoyed on Thursday, her number : to a friend, remarked that the seventeenth Bernager of the Bay Port just as they for an extraordinary appeal for! answer. will begin in both houses of congress
'being followed by a lecture by next week. The president's staunchest -
I would be his birth anniver- passing the small boat. The
were a new trial.MAIIENTHA(1. The United States
is its time
:Prof. Willis L Moore who for eigh- biding admit that he is
\ /" sary. Frank was born in Quero, Bay Port put about and discoveredthe supporters en-
. teen chief of the United while the commission appointed by the in his
years was 17 1881. covered tering upon biggest fight
and
f + Texas, on April half frozen snow men
the
TO BE MEMBER OF constitutionalists to
; investigate
; States weather bureau. His talk life.Letters .
.c '" Judge B. H. Hill of the superior hovered in the boat. In order to political
., the. Benton execution and the
FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD : disap-
which the work
was on accomplished and telegrams from constit-
sentence all in the boat
court, in pronouncing mere- make room for some
1't by the bureau, was entertaining as ly carried out the order of the'su- men were forced to lie on the bot- pearance of Gustav Bauch makes a uents are pouring in to members of

'well as instructive, and well illustrated preme court of Georgia, which on tom. Capt. Simmins didn't know of Washington, March 7-Special-( ) report. No developments are expected congress from all parts of the country -
: Henry Morgenthau of New York at here until then, though there is them
+ February 17 approved the conviction. the death of Second Officer Thompson urging not to support the
f / present ambassador to Turkey, is to every outlook that the general subject measure. There is much comment
'One of the most deligthful featuresof Frank previously had been sentencedto one fireman and two seamen un-

this season's Chautauqua was the be executed October 10, 1913, but til his arrival in port., When last be appointed a member of the federal of protection of American citi- today over the fact that the president

+ ", recital given last evening by Miss sentence was suspended pending decision seen these men were struggling in a reserve board, according to present zens and foreigners in Mexico will departed from his usual custom in

: ''; '. ,Christine Levin and Miss Martha 'Alexander of a motion for a new trial, small .boat, having been swamped. program. In case this appointment be the occasion of spirited debate in this measure. Instead of giving rea-
should not fall to him he will be the senate next Monday. for his recommendations madeto
,.f. k ::1 both of whom are artists of an appeal to the supreme court, anda sons

'1' rare ability. Miss Levin is a dramatic motion for rehearing on the appeal. FORMAL OPENING OF RESTROOM made chairman of the board of con- Additional interest in the situationwas congress, the president indulged in

r'N contralto, and her rich, sweet The last of these efforts to save the MONDAYThe trol of the reserve bank at New York lent today by publication of details veiled inuendos and vague referencesto

": ; voice, with its wonderful volume and life of the young factory superin- city. of a proposed treaty negotiatedmore something that might happen if

l'r k'. "* range, immediately charmed her hear- tendent was defeated by decision of plans over which Mr. W. S. Ira Nelson, of Chicago, will suc- than halt'a century ago between -* congress failed to do his bidding. '

:.. :; : ers. Her selections were varied, and the supreme court on February 25. Branch has been actively interestedfor ceed :Morgenthau as ambassador. the United States and Mexico, Among those> who will oppose the

,t\i rr t demanded much of the singer, but allY Immediately after the formal decree in the which, if ratified, would have author- measure in the house are Representative -
' were rendered. some days past arrange- EARLS FOUND GUILTY OF KID ized the United States "to intervenein Underwood and Speaker Clark,
faultlessly Especiallypleasing
: read
.; of execution was by Judge ment of the room on Pine street, for-
' support of its own treaty rights both of whom openly and publicly expressed -
the of
v vkv' .... were group songs, by Hill, the condemned man made a brief] merly occupied by the People's Na- NAPPING
f and the of its citizens
security own I
and the aria their opposition to the res-
American I'
l composers, statement to the court, protesting his tional bank, for a reading and rest
1',d. ;i, from "Don Carlos by Verdi, and the innocence. He spoke with composure, room have been completed and the Romorantin, France, March 7- whenever Mexico may be unable to ident's_ plea.In .

,): audience was most appreciative of the varying his tone of voice only to em- formal opening is to take place at 3 (.Special)-Ferdinand Pinney Earl guarantee the same without incurringthe the senate Senators Poindexterand
I and Scotch ballads at obligation or necessity of a gen- Jones will press their resolution
English "
sung touched
phasize various points upon tomorrow. Judge Cheney will and his latest "affinity, Miss Char-
p. m. eral intervention in the domestic affairs -
which called the for
the conclusion of the Both upon president
;i program. in his statement. give a talk and much interest is felt lotte Harmon Rutherford, of New "
Miss Levin and Miss Alexander of that country. The treaty all correspondence with foreign nations -
responded -
Attorneys for Frank already have Jersey, were tonight found guilty of
in this effort to provide a bright,
had been in the secret archivesof
lying the Senator
the pertaining to subject. -
F graciously to encores, announced their intention of filing an comfortable place where our many kidnapping Earl's eight-year-old son,
'! 1 former giving a pretty little composition trial Harold the senate committee on foreign Jones wishes the president tfj declare -
extraordinary motion for a new tourists can stop for social chat, or from a private school at la-
relations since January, 1860. It was whether nation besr\es
t by Sans-Souci, and the latterBeethoven's ; on the ground of newly discovered for reading and writing. It will also motte, Beauvran. Earl was sentenced any
i signed in Vera Cruz December 14, *
made formal He
1 = 9l "Minuet. evidence. This action, it is expected, include something of a general information to two months' imprisonment, and the England protest
'" '' 1859, by Robert McLane, American wants to know, whether it is England
Miss Alexander's violin work weeks and
was will delay several pending bureau. Harmon woman to one month. The

4. beautiful, and not only is her technique disposal of the motion by superior Mr. Seeley, who is in charge, will sentences date from the time of their minister to Mexico, and M. Ocampo, alone that brought the presiJentaround
secretary of stat eand foreign affairsof
i good, but her interpretations court, the date of execution may be gladly receive gifts of reading mat- arrest in Norway. Both were there- to the point he has reached
Mexico, and shortly afterwards with respect to the use of the canal. .
c show individuality and still further deferred.
expression. ter for use here, current papers and fore liberated tonight. Earl was also
transmitted the
to senate by Presi-
E: Both she and Miss Levin have won While no definite announcement has periodicals being most acceptable. fined five dollars and the woman was
dent Buchanan, but it was never rat-
well deserved recognition from musical been made of the nature of the alle- fined three dollars. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
ified by the United States because of
al organizations throughout the coun- gations to be incorporated in the extraordinary CAN'T KEEP DEATHBED VOW llIe. Fischbackner, the divorced
I confusion incident to the outbreak of
try. motion, it is expected to first wife of Earl, and mother of the Heartily extends its hospitality to all
Mount Penn, Pa., March 7.-Alvah the civil war.
Mrs Helen O'Neal Palmer, who touch upon several affidavits recently 0. Schaeffer, well known cornetist oC boy Harold, was awarded $1,400 dam- The fact that this convention was who come within its doors. If you
} needs no introduction to Orlandoites, made public by counsel for Frank. ages. have no church home in this city,
this borough, who for sixteen successive drawn rati-
kfl up so ,long ago and never
at the and demonstrated These include sworn statements from come and be at home with us. All
was piano, again -
.x: years played over the graveof fied removes all possibility of it ever
two state witnesses at the trial'of seats are free and you will be most
i'f her artistic ability in the dif- Thomas Hannahoe in the East PRESIDENT GOES TO PIIILADELPIIIA becoming effective now.
Frank last autumn that they testified cordially received.
ficult role of. accompanistThe
Reading cemetery, in fulfillment of a TO SEE OCULIST
in the of Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,
The following program was given: falsely regard to movements promise made to the late Hannahoe I I ONC
EPOPULAR ACTRESS
the fourteen-year-old factory grit and DIES pastor.Mr. .
Violin"Sonata-Lente Doloroso"Gri'g
on his deathbed, will on St. Patrick's Washington, March 7.-President
Frank on the day of her murder, Samuel A. Newell, superintendent -
( ) day be unable to keep his prom- Wilson took a day off to pay his annual New York March 7.-Miss
?4J other affidavits Euphe- of the Sunday school Mr. Geo. W.
Two
April 26, 1913. ;
Vocan "Out of the Mist" Sanderson
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, ise because of his health.In visit ,to his oculist in Philadel-
to establish an alibi for mia (Effie) Germon, a popular actress Phillips, director of the choir; }Ir.
); "Killarney" (Taylor); "A Spray purport I
life almost everybody in Read- phia. The president has been accus-
? of Roses" (Sanderson). Frank. Another charges a conspiracy of fifty years ago, who was bornin Will S. Branch, organist
f ing and hundreds throughout the tomed for to have his
many years
Ga. died
4 Augusta thActors'
Thursday at
Violin-. "Ave Maria" (Schubert- of evidence against him. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Tom Hannahoe.lIe examined
knew determine
county genial eyes annually to
Fund
Home in
Staten Island
Hill who Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and
Judge pronounced sen-
; Wilhelming b. ,
); "PerpetuumIobile"
after if the lenses of his
died seventeen years ago a glasses require a
She the
(Edward German). tence today, recently succeeded JudgeL. was daughter of G. C. Ger- 7:30 p. m., with the pastor in the
brief illness. He to be back
change. planned at
said to have been the
who Frank's mon, original pulpit.
Vocal-Aria from "Don Carlos" S. Roan, presided at
the White House in time for dinner
"
} (Verdi). trial and sentenced him to death on impersonator of "Uncle Tom. Young People's meeting at 6:30p.
MR. S. Y. WAY BUYS ORANGE
'It' Violin Nocturne (ChopinSarasate August 26, and on October 31 denied AVENUE PROPERTYMr. m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president
motion for trial. KILLS RICH WOMAN CALL FOR BANK STATEMENTS Good music. Attentive ushersWell
); "To a Wild Rose" (Macdow a new S. Y. Way has purchased from
*11)); "Bacarole" (Hoffman). endeavor to make all services
the Jerome Palmer estate the brick
New York, March 7.-Mrs. Mabe
Vocal-a. "Way Down South" (Ho- SANK IN 30 FEET OF WATER Washington, March 7.-The comp- helpful. Come!
building occupied by Merck's drugstore
I Garcia, a well to do Cuban and owner
troller of the
mer); b. "The Eagle" (Busch); c. I currency today issued
on Orange avenue, and plans to
of a cigar factory, was shot and killed
Nocturne (Cramer); d. "Star Trysts'' Seaside Park, N. J., March 7. have it much improved and modern- in I a call for a statement of the conditionof A HAPPY OCCASION
1 her home in Park avenue today
(Bauer); ,e. "Don't Ceare" (Dorshet- Eighteen members of the crew of the I ized. The price paid is reported to Victor all national banks of the United .
by Reynolds
shire dialect) (Carpenter). steamer Charlemagne Tower, Jr., have been $11,500, this showing somewhat hers whose attentions, a young she employeof had States at the close of Wednesday, Mrs. 0. R. Cooke arranged a very

which sank near here, are adrift in I I of the steady advance of real jected. Reynolds committed suicide.re March 4.CAR. delightful surprise for her husbandon

,REV. HERBERT CARYELWESGOES the ocean in an open boat. The last I estate values. Friday, when a large number of

TO MELBOURNE seen of them they were going out to INSPECTOR KILLED their friends assembled at their home

SAME OLD STORY / South street to celebrate Mr.
% sea in a southeasterly direction. The On Thursday last there was an on

,H Rev. Herbert Cary-Elwes has taken steamer sank in fifty feet of water event that was memorable in the T. E. Wolfe Run Down by Car at Cooke's birthday.A .

charge of the Episcopal church at three-quarters of a mile from shore, business history of Orlando. It was About Start of Christmas Eve Panicat Plant City gay evening was spent, all enjoying -

Melbourne, with the mission at Eau between Cedar Creek and Forked the formal opening of the great Calumet Repeated at Inquiry Plant City, Fla., March 7.-T. E. the pleasant diversion of old time

b Gallie also under his care, and will River life saving station, six miles Yowell-Duckworth department store, Calumet, Mich., March 7.Personswho Wolfe, a car inspector for the Seaboard dances, the Virginia reel and square

have his first service at the former south of here. which is the largest and finest establishment had testified before the coroner's railway, was killed in the local dances affording as much of merri-
this inquest that a man wearing a "Citizens' yards about 100 feet north of the ment of
evening.
point II. B. Thompson, of Brooklyn, first of the sort between Jack- now as yore.

Mr. and Mrs. Cary-Elwes, with! mate, and three of the members of sonville and Tampa. While the Alliance" button started the freight shed yesterday afternoon.A Dainty refreshments were served
,
their bright baby daughter, have beenin the crew were brought ashore. building has been occupied since the Christmas eve panic here in Italian switch engine handling a stringof and Mr. Cooke received many congrat-

Orlando for several weeks past, The revenue cutter Itasca reached first of the year it has been until now hall today repeated their assertions !! cars had taken the siding for the ulations, with best wishes for numer-

visiting his parents, and will be much the scene after the steamer went incomplete in some of its details. It before the congressional investiga- limited and after the train had passed ous "happy returns. .
'missed. While here he often tors. Description of the man varied and while Mr. Wolfe
assisted was under
down. The commander of the cutter is now in every particular finished yet
with the services in the Cathedral as greatly as it did before the coroner's -! the car, the switch engine started
was signalled from shore of the pre- and the proprietors signalized the im- MENDELSSOHN REHEARSALThe
giving several excellent sermons. Mr dicament of the eighteen men, among I portant event of the opening by send- jury which disregarded this line I and dragged Mr. Wolfe a few feet to regular Mendelssohn rehearsal

r Cary-Elwes' former work was in Can- whom is the captain, and the Itasca ; ing out large numbers of invitations of testimony in reaching an open ver-" the switch, where the wheels of the will be held Tuesday night at 8

ada, and he is enjoying the change put to sea to search. I intended to include every person in dcit I car almost severed the head from the o'clock in the Tea and Rest Room.

from that severe climate to Florida's I the city of Orlando and the county of I'I body. All members are expected to be present -

sunshine. ONE OF SIAMESE TWINS DEAD j I Orange. The exercises took the form Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Jackson and

Paris, France, March 7.-Madeline, of an all-day reception, during which daughter, Miss Mary, and son, John, THE WEATHER

REAR ADMIRAL LYON DEAD one of the "Siamese twins," who was I refreshments were served. The entire -' of Clyde, Ohio, have arrived in Or- Mr. Adfred Busch, of Jersey City,

Philadelphia, March 7.-Rear Admiral separated on Wednesday from her.,. establishment was artisticallyand lando on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. Florida: Fair Sunday and Mon N. J., left yesterday for his home :,

George L. Lyon, U. S. N., retired sister Suzanne by a delicate surgical I profusely decorated with plants A. Jackson, on East Church street day. after a pleasant visit in the home of

died here .yesterday and his operation, died today of convulsions. and flowers. The building has four Mr.. Jackson who is the owner and }Ir. and Mrs. F. C. Bieler, on Central

body was taken today to Erie, Pa., Suzanne is recovering rapidly from I stories and eight thousand feet of editor of the Clyde Enterprise, paid Take home one of those beautiful avenue. Like other visitors to Or-

where the funeral services will be the operation and physicanis say.I floor space on each floor.-Tampa the Sentinel an appreciated call yes- water color pictures from Curtis & lando, Mr. Busch enjoyed his stay and

held. He seventy-six years old. there is every prospect of her living. Times. terday. O'Neal's book and music store. promised to return in the future. '




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7 D. SENATOR R BRYAN MAKES STRONG N I except south Section side as otherwise 3.of Washington On Orange provided street avenue in to Section from the north 3.the 'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'i'i'iiii''i'iiilliV.ii11'11111'11';; ;; ; ;;';;' ' '" ''S'I'III' IIII m 8IMilf+ ++-tfc


.SPECU[[ H AGAINST S SUFFRAGE[ side On of Central Jackson avenue street;from the west side of
Main street to the east side of Gertrude avenue
; Monday at
On Church street from the west side of
Main street to a point 73 feet east of the
4 Holds That the States Have Sole a
railroad track on Gertrude avenue, all vehicles -
(except motor cycles and bicycles) must
t Right to Determine \ park at the sidewalk at an angle of forty- MONTGOMERY
five degrees. Within the 75 feet aforesaid on MOTIONGd Theatre
Shall Vote j :..; Church street east of the railroad track no PICTURE C
such vehicle shall park in any position.The .
directions for parking at the sidewalk
In a speech against the aittis in this section and in Section 2 do not apply
to any vehicle backed up for loading or unloading -
amendment to the federal which must be promptly finished. THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL
the Q K Section 4. No automobile shall be backed
tion allowing women
from its parking space on the parts of the
Senator Nat Bryan in the streets described in Section 3 without first .

a said speech: in the United other giving Section warning one 5.distinct No apparatus.vehicle signal(except with its motor horn cycles or- "HIS LAST FIGHT," Vitagraph. Featuring Annie. Stewart |


"I am one of those who : space and bicycles longer) than shall thirty occupy consecutive the same parking min- and Ralph Ince--his fighting has not always been in a wor- ;
utes on Orange avenue from the south side of

f the controlled privilege by of each voting state,* .1 street Central avenue to the north side of Church thy cause. In his last fight he loses his life defending others. : \

Section 6. No vehicle (except motor cycles
big country of diversified and bicycles) shall stand on the street ad-
composed of people of joining the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad com-
very Y y any's passenger station on the east for a "
ideals and conditions. I Y longer time before the scheduled arrival ,or THE DETECTIVES STRATEGEM Biograph. Showing | |
Y departure of trains than fifteen minutes. ,
wholly wrong' for Arizona Section ;. No vehicle while running on how clever detective works.
Maine who her voters shall the parts of streets described in Section 3, a
J shall be turned to go in the opposite direction
Massachusetts to impose either on the said streets or at the intersec-


her Florida peculiar to say beliefs to Oregon and + : tions.abreast; Section or 8.left No standing vehicle abreast shall of be any stopped other THE CAPTURE OF DAVID DIM," One of Biographsclever i

vehicle (except a motor cycle bicycle)
or
only in manhood suffrage, stopped on the same side of the street nor plays.SPECIAL .
fore, we want to take away shall any street be obstructed by any vehicle. .
Section 9. Within the limits embraced be-
the right to grant women tween the south side of Washington street to
the north side of Jackson street and from
for
lege to vote Georgia
; the east side of Main street to the east side
Wyoming, 'We, 3,000 of Gertrud: avenue no vehicle (including MUSIC BY
motor cycles and bicycles) shall be run at a
without any familiarity with greater speed than ten miles per hour, and
; ditions that confront you, when turning corners the speed shall not exceed -
ty9R eight miles per hour. In the rest of the .
r with not a single voter of city the speed limit shall not exceed fifteen OUR ORCHESTRA t ti
tt ever having known of the miles per hour. This speed limit shall not t
apply to the fire department when called out
in your remote state, to on fire duty, nor to the police force or other

lay down the rules by which ) peace Section officers 10. when No vehicle on duty.in any part of the

pIe in Wyoming should city shall follow the fire engines, or hose
carriages or other fire apparatus when they i Children 5c Adults lOc I
selves. For Virginia on the are responding to an alarm or returning at
a closer distance than one hundred and fifty
coast to to Washington
say yards; and no vehicle so following shall exceed

Pacific coast what who threw the wild nance.the speed limits prescribed by this ordi- Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.iHiiiiimiiiiiiiHiiiiniiiiiiiiimtmisieMmmiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiHi I.
to be accorded to the
the girl In the Section 11. No vehicles shall use the side-
matter of voting. For photo-drama walks.
Section 12. No person under IS years of
say to Colorado what age shall be permitted to operate or run an
VANS automobile within the city. ni '
: to be allowed to vote for
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Section 13. No automobile shall be run on
tives in Colorado. the streets or other public places without
Mts OTa PaooucTie! having between sunset and sunrise two bright
Not a Democratic lights throwing the light forward. Every For Economy and purchase -
"The senator from automobile must be equipped with a good hornor
Tuesday, other warning apparatus, and with a sufficient -
J Clapp, says that we ought brake in good working order. W RIG H T power of your mon
Section 14. Every motor vehicle shall be CO
; away a right which Ohio equipped with a muffler or silencer, and no REAL' & SEED
cause negroes are not allowed used.cutout or other similar apparatus shall be FOR REAL ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's" Farm

in Mississippi. That is not Section 15. Every motor cycle and bicycle Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
the from. shall have one bright light which must be
osition senator
; lighted while the motor cycle or bicycle is Orlando, Florida
is advocating here today. they can't stop that running on the streets or other public places, bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
of fresh buttered pop between sunset and sunrise and every motor
she does not want
said that roasted peanuts. cycle and bicycle shall be provided with a
y vote and the senator from explosion put me horn or other warning apparatus. Quality.Fresh .
Section 16. Every hack, dray, omnibus or
wants to force woman for the past week, other vehicle for which a license is requiredby doz. Best Butter .
lb.
29c" Creamery
that great state against her well and can get the city, or any other vehicle engaged in Eggs 39C
f my aim shall be to carrying freighter passengers for hire whileon Sweet Milk 13C qt. Ice Soc 100 lbs., Limes 15C doz.
course I realize that under any street or" public place between sunset
and sunrise shall carry a lighted lantern on Sweet :Milk o/c pint Fresh Butter Milk IOC qt.
tem of adopting at 1211-2 Orange either side in front
ments three-fourths of the the J. L. Giles Real Section 17. All persons driving or riding Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,
and the E. E. White- vehicles which are required by this ordinanceto
3 ern, but three-fourths of where we expound be equipped with a warning apparatus (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
shall make signals when crossing an inter-
t could pass this amendment and fresh
peanuts section or on turning a corner, and on passing -
will of the majority of the popcorn. Only another vehicle from the rear. 340 Acres Good Land
butter used. Section 18. No hackman, chauffeur, porteror
this country and yet the other solicitor of any kind shall solicit
and buttered, butter baggage other patronage
Minnesota calls that passengers or upon

"Every now and then Peanuts very eyes.roasted So and it station the platforms nor upon or the sidewalks parts of of streets any adjacent railway 40 acres under fence, 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,

arises who in his to live to the thereto, except on such parts of the plat-
man own up
forms, sidewalks and streets as the Chief of
opinion, could vastly Police may from time to time mark off and best of water three lakes. Snap bargain sale.
roast the imported designate for that purpose. And no such per- ,
the constitution under which 7)T the next we roast the sons shall solicit patronage in a boisterousor

lived for more than 100 ) peanut. So, if you Section obtrusive 19.manner.The Commissioner of Public
under whose beneficent fond of either we Works may in his discretion establish public

has risen to be the greatest for. you.Remember, our stands such vehicles for vehicles occupy for the hire streets, and only require at such that :I'I"'I'I'IIIIIIII'I"III'III'' ' ' ' :: :::: : :::: :: ;:::: : : : :: I::: :: : : :: : ::::::: ::::4+*H*

'; ment ever known among stands, when waiting for employment A
description of such stands when designated .
t ators speak as if ,the Popcorn Machine, i. shall be entered on the minutes of the City
be accepted that whatever a Orange 'Ave. CounciL
Section 20. The word "vehicle" shall in

,ity"The wants greatest is right.good to the clude this ordinance.motor intention cycles is and expressed bicycles in, unless any part a contrary of- i ORLANDO O BANK a IR I OMrANY


s number. Our constitution Section 21. Any person violating any of
the provisions of this ordinance shall be pun
framed upon any such theory Use of the Streets ished by imprisonment not exceeding ten daysor Orlando Florida.Condition

It undertook to give, so far Places by Vehi fifty by dollars.a fine not exceeding two hundred and C

machinery could do so, equal Solicitors and Oth Section April 1 22., 1914.This ordinance shall take effecton at the close of business December 31, 1913

act justice to all men. Adopted. March 6, 1914.
r have full woman suffrage. the City Council of the E. F. SPERRY, Mayor. RESOURCESLoans
Attest:
adopted it in 1869, Colorado every person driving or CARL JANSEN City Clerk. 3-i-lm and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $103,080.10

Idaho and Utah in 1896, on the streets rules of of the the road city Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37

in 1910, California in 1911, i to all vehicles: Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
the right of the street
Kansas and Arizona in 1912. the right in permitting PAUL Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,945.57

"More than one election overtake shall pass and to pass.the, and left Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87LIABILITIES
4 held only by people in states ILMOREI
vehicles on the same
: the total population was in one direction and when $656,382.24Capital
r 1910, and yet that 2 per at the sidewalk, turn (i if IN MIS
people of this country think is permitted at that ROMANTIC COMEDY DRAMA
sidewalk will be the
at
. . . . . . . . $100,000.00
er 98 per cent. ought to when the stop has been CAP* ALVAREZSeals Stock . . . . . . ,

will because they have Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
a turn at a street cor
work fairly well for to the left, go around the Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . 521,167.38
one or
intersection; if to the on sale at Estes Pharmacy -
ten or eighteen or twenty ) at the middle of the
Wednesday, March 11th, $656,382.24
Suffrage Experts of the
vehicles must in stopping
"I do not like to discuss close and parallel thereto, 9 a. m. Prices 50-75-$1.00-$1.50

situation and I shall not do Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68

more than is necessary to Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38

thought expressed by the

from Idaho. The senators Increase . . . ... . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The

Pacific coast are experts as Land officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust

r should be' done with the Company desire to call the attention of depositors and

South. There are nine friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .

3 put together, including management of the Bank. feels that this showing reflects

F have adopted full suffrage. : Season Best Bargain j t the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in

they contained 100,717 t this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and

those nine states then there strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health

717 negroes in a total @ ful statements to its patrons.
7,831,541. The city of
M. M. SMITH President
has 94,000 negro citizens, ,

of as many as the nine fronting half mile on Orlando- W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
together. Of the 100,000

population has 54,000,of leaving suffrage the states for hard irrigation, road. Borders purposes.a small In sight lake of, ::" : :: : : : : ::::::::::::::::::::::: i/wwm/


states only 56,000. In minutes walk from R. R. station
Ala. there in Ads. NOTICE
are 90,617, Ever Try our Classified
ties in Florida there are .-and good hotel accommodations. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES j

two counties in Georgia AND DO ALL KINDS OF They have proven their worth many Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
Orlando Florida, will on January,
,
101,000, more than in the Price $15 Per Acre OPTICAL REPAIRING times and will be just as valuable to 1915, pay off with interest to that
Let them be
the test.
suffrage states put together. you if put to date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19
your agent in: and 20 of the City of Orlando seven
nine Western states that be sold immediately. ,
; ; Renting a house, selling property or cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
suffrage there 115,000 lost per
are finding
sue" anything on the market, ccording to the provisions made for
California has 36,248 Chinese articles, securing help or positonsin redemption in said bonds.
358 Japanese, yet a thousand ways they can be used Dated February 11, 1914.

.{ plunge fore she this would country concede into the a rlm Re l B Estate Co. profitably. 12.1m CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.

this government to regulate DR. L H. RAMSDELL Warman Repairs and Retires Baby

internal affairs. OPTOMETRIST Carriages on Court street 12.5UNow's W. T. ENTRICAN,

Will Raise Race Watkins Block Offers to Orlando the newest and best
i (Saceeutr to Dr. 0. P. Ufa) subscribe. Evelfbody' of workmanship in the painting and
time to -
"The race question is one the decorating trade. Phone 636.

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The Florida Audubon held
THE PLACES OF WORSHIP CASH GROCERYA its thirteenth annual meeting Society in Win- I-



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Money Saver For The People_ .I ter bird ress organized Park protection has been,last and made Tuesday.it since.is the in this the object Much society matter of prog-was the of ORLANDO O C CHAUTAUQUA A I A Il A


Service at 11 a. m. Sunday; sub- The Best Groceries at the cheapest price ol any Grocery in the Cily Florida Audubon Society to arouse

ject, "Man." still further interest throughout the -BEGINNING-

Sunday school at 10 o'clock. state in this vital concern. MARCH 1st 9th 1914
The few of to
Following
Wednesday evening meeting at are a my. prices- ,

7:45 o'clock, Armory building. BAKING POWDER-SODA-SALT Maryland Chief Tomatoes, No. 2

Rumford, half lb. can __________13c.I can ________________9c., 3 for 25c. Contract has been let for the exten- Orlando Opera HouseFORREST
METHODIST CHURCH Rumford, 1 lb. can _____________ Maryland Chief Tomatoes, No. 3 sion of the Hillsborough hotel in
Rumford, 5 lbs. _______________$24c.1 can _________________________12c. Tampa to just twice its present size. DARNEY CARR Manager
(At the Grand) Royal, 1 lb. can _______________ Baxter's Succotash, No. 2 can __15c.! Like the present building, the addi-
Royal, half lb. can ----_________23c. Beets, small red, No. 2 can _____15c.
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; C. E. Soda, half lb. _________________ 4c. tion will be of reinforced concrete
BACON MRS. IDA B. COLE
Howard I Soda, 1 lb. ____________________ 8e. HAM-LARD- construction, with brick face. The ATTRACTIONS Will have charge of the C. L. S. C.
superintendent I Crystalline Salt, round, sifting Kingan's Bacon ________________28c complete structure will have 245 Roger Band.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. top box _____________________ 5c. White Bacon _______________-_18c. rooms, making it the largest com- GOV. J. FRANK HANLT
Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N. Sack Salt, 21-2 ibs ____________ 4c. Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, per For four rears Governor of In-
diana and one of the tot of
Burden, president Triangle Salt __________________ 5c. 1 lb. box ____________________38c. mercial hotel in that city. The cost the ate. men
music the choir. Ice Cream Salt, 6 lbs. __________ 5c. Cottolene, No. 4 can ____._____58c. will approximate $200,000.The .
Good
by Fine Salt, 6 lbs. _______________ 5c. Cottolene, No. 10 can ---------$1.40 PROF. WILLIS L. MOORE READERS
i Crisco, small can ______________tc-; ,Eighteen yean Chief cf the U.
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST YEAST I Crisco, medium can ____________48c. man who is harsh in his judg- S. Weather Bureau.
Magic Yeast ___________________ 4c. Robley Male Quartette.
Crisco, large can _______________95c.
Fleischman Compressed Yeast, ment of the faults of others need not DR. C. H. TYXDALL Miss Christine Levin Contralto in
______
Snowdrift No. 4 ___ 48c.
cake ____________________ 2c. can Recital.
There will be Sacrament and feet per Snowdrift, No. 10 can ________$1.23 expect much charity in connectionwith ScientistDR. Miss Martha Alexander Violinist.
washing at Antioch Primitive Bap- BUTTER AND CHEESE Armour's Simon Pure Lard90c. his own shortcomings.FOR SIGEL ROUSH Mr. Forrest Dabaey Carr, and Jessie

tist church on Sunday night, March Sun-net's XXXX, per lb. _______40c. Armour's Shield Brand Lard ____SOc. Journalist, Traveler, Lecturer. L. Hudson Company

8th. The pastor (R. G. McCloud) Peanut Butter, per glass___10-15-25c Wesson's Cooking Oil, ,cans _____30c. SALE-At a bargan, if taken _. .
HOME. VON IXKELSTEIX --
___ MOUNT-
_______ -
Scoco, in bulk, lb. 13c. --
Date Nut Butter, per glass______15c. per at once: One two-chair barber
will deliver the second sermon of his Edam Cheese, each __________$1.00 Pure Lard, in bulk, per lb. ______16c. shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203 FORD .
Will
new series. Subject, "The Patternin Swiss Cheese, imported, Ib.______40c. MACARONI Boone street, doing good business; Lecture on the life and customs MUSICAL
Macaroni, 1 lb. package ________lOc. of Holyland. .
the Mounl"Services 1 lb. ________lOc. 10 acres good land just outside city
Spaghetti, package
Ask the Price of DR.
begin at .8 o'clock p. m. Eggs limits, 125 bearing orange trees, CAROLYN GEISEL Rogers Band.
CANNED MEATS grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines, Will fire a course of most HELPFUL Miss Gay Zenola McLaran
Everybody is cordially invited. Mr. Hal Merton, Master of Magicbliss
CEREALS and two large trees four CP TO DATE
room LECTURES
pecan ; Elizabeth Slflffield
Allen
I Beef, corned or roast, in cans23c.Beef
Barley, package _______________lOc. sliced, in cans, Diamond C18c house, new barn, good horse and rig, on HEALTH. Reade rand Impersonator.
CATHOLIC CHURCH Tapioca, per package ___________lOc. Beef, sliced, in cans, Beardsley's.-lSc. farming implements. This place is
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, pkg. ____ 9c. Chili Con Carne, Walker's ______lOc. located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto

Second Sunday in Lent Cream of Wheat, per package15c.Grape Veal Loaf _____________________15c. sell on account of health. Address
Nuts, package _______14c. Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call'at SEASON- TICKETS SALE AT
school, 9 per Vienna Sausage _______________lOc.. ON
Sunday a. m. Yellow Corn Meal, package______lOc. Lunch Tongue, half Ib. _________20c. 203 Boone street. 2-25-tf
High mass and sermon, 10 a. m. Mother's Oats, package _________lOc. Lunch Tongue, 1 lb. ____________35c. Orlando CURTIS & O'NEAL'S BOOK STORE Florida

Rosary, sermon and Benediction, National Oats, package ________lOc. Tripe _________________________20c. Try the Sentinel Job Department.tnmMMfilMMIIIMMI.
7:30 p. m. Royal Seal Oats, per can _______14c. Tickets on Sale, Wednesday Morning, Feb. 25th
Postum Cereal, per small pkg.13c. CANNED MILK -
The Rev. P. J. Brasnahan, rector.of
Postum Cereal, per large pkg.__24c. Mohawk, condensed ____________lOc. .
the Catholic church, Sanford, will Instant Postum, 4 _______29c. -- - - ---- --
oz. can Blue Cross, condensed _________lie. " " IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"
preach at the night service, the sec- Instant Postum, 8 oz. can ______47c. Van Camp's, baby size, can_____ 5c.
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food______15c Van size doz. ____50c.
ond sermon of the Sunday night Camp's, baby ,
Ralston Breakfast Food, large _______ Auto ml
be Van Camp's, tall size, can lOc. Supreme SPECIAL SALE OF
Lenten series. His subject will package ____________________ 15c Van Camp's, tall size, doz. ____$1.00

Heaven.All Jap Rice, per lb. _______________ 5c. Every Day, baby size, can ______ 5c.
cordially invited.UNITARIAN Fancy Head Rice, per lb. ________ 8 G Every Day, baby size, doz. ______50c.
Puffed Rice, package ___________14c. Every Day, large size, can ______lOc. The oil that has
CHURCH Puffed Wheat, package _________ 9c Every Day, large size, doz. ____$1.00 Gas Heaters
Wheat Biscuit, Kellogg's, pkg.___12c stood the ;
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkg.12c.. MINCE MEATGELATINEDiamond supreme .
(Corner Central Ave. and West St.) Wheatena, package ____:_______15c. C, package ___________lOc. : test - -- - - -

Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, sinister.' Triscuit, package ______________lOc. None Such, package ____________lOc.
Knox Gelatine, package ______'_13c.
Subject of morning serm \ "The COFFEETEACOCOACHOCOLATEEXTRACTS Cooper's Gelatine _____________lOc. \VE STILL HAVE A FE\V HEATERS LEFT

Burdens of Life." Jello __________________________lOc. -==::- THAT AND
Cocoa, Stollwerck's, half lb. can_22c. DO NOT WANT TO CARRY THEM OVER
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. .
Chocolate, Stollwerck's, half lb.22c MISCELLANEOUS THE SUMMER SO ARE OFFERING THEM AT
Poetry hour on Monday mornin at George Washington Prepared Ammonia _____________________ 9c.
10 o'clock. Coffee ______________________30c. Blueing, bottle _________________ 5c. Goo Gulf Gasoline THE FOLLOWING CASH PRICES ;
Unity Circle Wednesday afternoonat Brooms _______________35c. and 60c.
3 o'clock.Story EXTRACTS Matches, package ______________ 5c.
Lemon or Vanilla, per bottle____lOc. Matches, 6 packages ___________25c.
hour and games for the chil- Lemon or Vanilla, regular 25c.___20c Imported Safety Matches, lOc. I -a- OLD PRICE SALE PRICE

dren Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. I package for _________________ 5e.Wight's .
TEAS
All invited to these meet- Silver Cream Polish,
cordially
Temple Garden, one-fourth Ib.___15c. per jar ______________________20c. $8.50 $6.00
ings. Temple Garden, half lb. ________30c. Continental Corn Starch, 1 !b.___ 8c. P. G. WALTON Agt.

COFFEE Kingsford Corn Starch, pkg. ____lOc 6.50 4.50
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Salsoda, per lb. ________________ 3c
Pura Gray, lb., 30c.; two lbs..58c .
20 Mule Team Borax, lIb. pkg.14e.Englis
Pura Green, lb., 30c.; two lbs__58c. Walnuts, per lb. ______25c. PHONES 450269HtllltlintimilllCIIIH 4.50 3.00ORNDO '
Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. Pura Yellow, lb., 35c. two lbs..68c
; Argo Starch, 1 lb. package______ 5c.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. New England Blend, lb. 35c.; 268C. Argo Starch, 6 packages25c.Grandma's .

O'Neal, superintendent. Victor, lb., 35c.; two Ibs________68c. Washing Powder ____ 5c.

Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Shapleco, lb., 35c.; two Ibs_______68 Sixpackages* for _____________25c. -
Delmonico, lb., 38c.; two Ibs_____68c. Pearline, package ______________ 5c. 1III""II'li"II'IIOIIIII.II .
Morning sermon, "The Lost Con- Sterling, lb., 38c.; two Ibs________68c. Pearline, 6 packages for _______25c. '
quest" Summerset Club, 39c.; two lbs.78c Star Naptha __________________ 5e. II Shoe Repairingby I I WATER & LIGHT m.
Evening sermon, "Finding the CONDIMENTS Star Naptha 6 packages for ____25c. .

Self." ) Ketchup, half pint bottle ________14c SOUPS PARCEL POST ; eGas

Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.' Ketchup, pint bottle ____________23c. Campbell's Soups, any flavor ____lOc. i Department i
Prayer meeting a* 7:30 p. m. on Mustard, jar ___________________lOc. Campbell's Soups, 3 for ________28c.
Wednesday. Heinz Grated Horseradish ______25c. Men's Half Soles, 7se to 8se
Dill Pickles, glass ______________10c. SOAPS Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75eChildren's .imilMMMIMI MIMHMMMieMIIMMHiaMIMttt
Special music. A cordial invitationto Sweet Pickles, bottle ___________23c. Bon Ami ____________9c., 3 for 25c.
visitors and strangers to worship Sour Pickles, bottle ____lOc and 23c. Sapolio _____________9c., 3 for 25c. Half Soles, SOc to 750 I
with us. Lea & Perrine's WorcestershireSauce Old Dutch Cleanser ____9c., 3 for 25c. Hand Turned Soles, $I.oo ABOUT FOUNTAIN PENSThere

_______________________30c. Fair Soap ____________5c., 6 for 27c. Heels Repaired, 2c
Red Snapper Sauce _____________20c. Ivory, small, __________5c., 6 for '28c.
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL Pure Cider Vinegar, quart ______lOc. Ivory, large size cake ____:____ 8c. All work returned in 24 hours. are plenty of good fountain pens in
Elko Brand Fancy Vinegar__25-50c.. Lenox _______________5c., 7 for 27c. Orders without remittance returned -
Rev. Henry R. Remsen, priest-in- (Bottle or jug) Octagon _____________5c., 6 for 25c. C. 0. D. We pay the market and unfortunately there is also a

charge. BANNED FISH P. & G. Naptha________5c., 6 for 27c return postage. supply of poor ones. We h.ave yet to see a

Second Sunday in Lent. Codfish -.Jhredded 9c. PORK AND BEANS better self-filling than the Conklin,
--------------
The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. Codfijp Balls, can _____________23c.I Snyder's, No. 2 can ____________14c. A. Hanson and have never sold a better one of the other
school Fisp. l"lakes ___________________lOc Snyder's, No. 1 can ____________lOc.Boyle's .
Sunday 9:30 a. m. East Pine Street Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both
____________ 19 type than
No. 2 14c.
Herring, glass jars _____________lOc can
Morning prayer, 10:30 o'clock. Kippered Herring, in tins ______20c. Boyle's, No. 1 can _____________lOc. ORLANDO FLORIDA kinds on an absolute guarantee of your mon-

The Holy Communion and sermon, Herring Roe __________lOc. and 15c. Burnham & Merrill's, No. 2 can.10c. "fC.ltt.tttll'Q'IIOTo back if want it. A good fountainpen
11 a. m.Evening. Shad Roe, in cans ______________ OLIVE OIL-SALAD DRESSING ey you
prayer and sermon, '7:30 Salmon, half lb. flats ___________15e.1 OLIVES. has come to be almost a necessity to every -
-- --
Alaska Pink Salmon, tall cans___lOc. If have
o'clock. Argo Salmon, tall cans _________20c. Olives, 4 oz. bottle ____________lOc. business man or woman. you none ,
Through the week the Lenten services American Sardines, in oil ______ 5c. Olives _______________________ 25c. THE WEST or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us

will consist of evening prayer, American Sardines, in mustardlOc. Olive Oil, small bottles ________25c. show the guaranteed sort.

with brief address, at 5 p. m. daily, Sardines, in olive oil __________lOc., Olive Oil,Salad medium bottles ______50c.Durkee's VIASfMINOU you
Dressing, picnic
except Saturday; and on Wednesdayand FLOUR size ________________________lOc. W. S. BRANCH
Friday, the litany with special Pillsbury, 12 lb. sack ___________45c. Durkee's Salad Dressing, half LIMITED ,

intercessions at 10 a. m. Pillsbury, 24 lb. sack ___________90c. pint ________________________28c. The Arcade Book and Music Store
Town Talk, 12 lb. sack ________45c. : Howard's Salad Dressing, half
Rev. R. P. Cobb, principal of the Town Talk, 24 lb. sack _________90c. pint .__________-____________28c. Lv Orlando- _______________ 3:13- -- pm --
Cathedral school, will give the ad- Hecker's Pancake Flour, pkg.____13c. Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
dresses on Thursday and Friday Hecker's Pancake Flour, 2 pkgs.-. 5e. FRUITS Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. L. 9:00 pm
afternoons.A I Perfection, 24 lb. sack ________85c. (Dried and Evaporated) Lv Waycross, Ga., A. L.11:10 pm
Apricots, per lb. _______________20c. Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am ,
VEGETABLES (Canned) Apples, bulk, per lb. ___________13c. Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
big tennis tournament is now in Del Monte White AsparagusTips Apples, package _______________15c. Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am
in Miami. This affair can ____________________30c. Prunes, per lb. ________________13c. Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
progress was String Beans, can ______________lOc.I. Peaches, evaporated, per Ib._____13c. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 amr .
arranged by the manager of the Roy- Stringless Beans, can ___________12c. Peaches, evaporated, 2 lbs. ______25c. Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p 2ii/
al Palm Hotel especially for the tour- French Court Lima Beans, No. 1 Dates, package ________________12c Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm ,

ists and visitors in that city. Seventeen can --_______________________lOc. Figs, lb ______________________ 20c Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
silver I I French Court Lima Beans, No. 2 Raisins, package _______________12c. Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm
loving cups will be can --_______________________15c. Currants, package _____________12c. Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C.-----____11:07 pm
awarded as prizes. In addition to the Snowdrift Corn, No. 2 can ______lOc. Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am Just arrived car load '
tennis there will be golf, baseball, Baxter's Corn, No. 2 can ______15c. FRUITS (Canned)

and possibly boat races. Peas, Butter Ball Early June, Apricots, 21-2 lb can_________25c. Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am FORDS for immediate t'
No. 2 can ____________________10c Cherries, 21-2 lb. can __________30c,
Peas, Sweet Violet, No. 2 can15c. Plums, 21-2 lb. can ___________25c. Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C._____ 1:38 am
The Times-Union says the largest Peas, Geneva, Sweet Wrinkled, lOc. Peaches, 21.216. can ___________25c. Ar Matoon, III, I. C._______ 3:30 am delivery.Get .
Van Camp's Lye Hominy, No. 3 Pears, 21-2 lb. can _____________25c. Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am .
gathering that ever heard argumentfor can -________________________lOc. Pie Peaches, 21-2 lb. can _______12c. Ar Kankakee, III, I. C._____ 6:20 am now ,
woman's suffrage in Florida was Pumpkin, No. 3 can ____________12c. Pie Apples, 21-2 lb. can ________12c. Ar Chicago, 111., I. C._______ 7:50 am yours
gathered at the Duval Theater Tuesday -
. -- Solid Through Trains-Composed of F. G. RUSH, ">
night The chief speaker on this
observation, compartment, drawingroom -
occasion was Miss Kate Gordon, of Irish Potatoes. 35c.
peek Phone 226
-
per section, sleeping cars, and free
Louisiana, president of the Southern
reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville -
States Suffrage conference. Sweet Potatoes 30c peek
per
and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand

St All meals in dining
As a result of a meeting held Tues- .19 Ibs. Best Granulated Sugar for only $1.00 Lquis.
day of the board of directors which car.For
tickets and Pullman
car reservations .
has in charge the establishment of a :
call
on I
home for the working boys in Jack- ?
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent,
i1
sonville, necessary steps were takento DAVID CARUTHERS"THE or .j

secure quarteers and furnishingsstood D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,
the home will be opened within'I PEOPLE'S FRIEND" Atlantic Coast Line, 1 1J

for the institution, and it is under- Orlando.

a month. \\. 7 East Church Street r -

Take your repairing to Warman on

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yt THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy are desirable. St. Cloud should 308 West street. It lltimilHimillMMIMMMIIMMMMHMMMIIIM

sist on the route as originally I I

South Florida Sentinel ( W. S. Branch) out. I I SALE-Automobile J- and city

' MORNING AND WEEKLY Madame Mountford the lemons from $125 t o$225 apiece. Wm.
says I I
3-8-6t
Editor and Own* TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
JOSIAH FERRIS that grow in Palestine are nearlyas DIOkSQIIaIYOSOOiDEPARTMENTAL
----- - -Flor. large as grapefruit and quite FRANKLIN, NORTH I -
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando
A quaint, delightful little I, with or without board; mar-
Ida Second Clasa Mail Matter.
u sweet. It would not be so bad to
ij which to spend a few weeks en couple or two young men; pri-
TO ADVERTISERS: have one of that kind handed to you north. Heart of the mountains. good'l family; single or double beds.
* climate. Scenery unsurpassed. very reasonable. 25 Gould St.
{ Copy for duplay and all other hand-i. Tiff Hammond went down the road ticulars, :Miss Willis, Dixie Hall.
advertising must be handed in at the basin
; 3-8-6t.
;, ffieo of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. the first of the week to see his bes STOREOrlando's
the dar before publication. This rule appli ROOMS in new mod-
to change for contract advertising: Itt b girl. The'boys say he called at the< WANTED-By a lady, position home. Light housekeeping if
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. house and inquired, "Is :Miss assistant in office of doctor or 14 E. Amelia avenue, next
ist. Not objection to to the Wyoming hotel.
the
any
in? "She's engaged, answered
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: city. Address E. W., Box 202, ____
"
One Year .....................$5.00 servant. "I know it, replied" Tiff, lando, Fla. -White crochet shawl between favorite
Six Months: ................... 2.50 "I'm what she's engaged to. tent and Orland hotel, Sat- Shopping
*
Three Months ................. 1.25 WANTED family washings afternoon. Return to 814 N.
Englishmen are much excited be once, from 50 cents up. avenue and receive reward.
In Advance. cause the president of the Great Eastern Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla

railway, Lord Claud Hamilton, 3-8-
; SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1914. IE FOR RENT for light house- PLACEIt
announced last week that the road I have a few days work for a 307 E. Pine St. 386tHHMMMMMHIIIIIIIIMIMMIMMIIMIMIIIIIIt
had engaged an American as genera
Absolute silence is maintained i ia in
manager "because of the dearth of
'
Moscow club. It is not a woman *
"
first class men at home. The London -
club.
papers get even by saying "iff

o a lie," and by writing items to the NOW ON SALE '
Usually the man who imagines he
is the whole thing doesn't amount 1 to effect that the Great Eastern is the is a source of pleasure to us to
poorest managed road in England.
a more modest brother. ,
* THE RESIDENCE LOTS
the of
o Merle McElroy and a few other announce opening, our
"Spelling is a necessary evil," says:
brave men have already appeared or
LAKE EOLA
OF
I a contemporary. Depends on how the street wearing the 1914 spring N. L CORNER

pretty the stenographer is. styles of straw hats. But like swallows -

,,:. "Know thyself"0 is good advice, but spring, ,straw and the hats weather do not during make the a I FIRST SALES WILL BE MADE BY OWNER, l N W T TOIINext R

j if a man is married he will find out
.. three has been tinctured
i all about himself anyway. with past the cold days storms that have swept J, B, LAWTON, 20 EAST PINE STREET It

o
over the north and east during the
l There is a great deal of truth in LATER THROUGH ORLANDO REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
early days of March.
the saying, "A knocker never win %
* 1 week the
Wednesday
R: and a winner never knocks." Three Thousand Feet of Sidewalks Being Completed, Other Improvements ,
0' If you are a tourist or winter resident
go around to the headquarters to Follow of March Nine-
True charity is not swift to seize Eighteenth day ,
Pine street and register. If
on you
t ,upon somebody's alleged faults whereby ..lilMMMMMIIMIMIHIMIIIHMMHMIMMIHMMIIIMMIi, . ... ..
are not a tourist it will do no harmto
t to criticize, condemn and censure teen Fourteen.
: go around and get acquainted.
f o You may find a long lost brother or
1 Austrian war office has forbidden
discover an old neighbor.
T army officers to tango. War is certainly ir Loan
Cash
'i. just what Sherman said it was to on
o Easter day falls this year on April A COMPLETE STORE
12th. If you live until 1936 you will
j One man complains that his wifi
again celebrate Easter on April 12th.
; is and wants to know City PropertyReal
always cross .
If[ you are alive in 1943 you will wait
what the 'remedy is. There ain'
t until April 25th for the close of Lent.

}= none. The earliest date for Easter of which Representing Dry Goods, Millin-,

z 0 there is any record, was in 1818,
Be as quick to praise on circumstantial Estate bought and sold
i when it occurred on March 22nd. Men's Fur-
l evidence as you are to condemn * ery, Ready-to-Wear,

and things will be pretty well A card containing the following advice for cash or on commission.Dr. .

1 t equalled up. is hung on :Mayor Sperry's desk: nishings, Groceries etc., etc.

o 'If you can't push, pull. If you can't
times out of ten the
Nine person pull-please get out of the way." Its I

who says that people don't appreciate mighty good advice, and it behooves A. J. TAYLOR
him, doesn't appreciate the people all of us to ascertain whether 25DEPARTET

who him.Laughing .
made
sve are pushing, pulling, or simply Rock Building, Upstairs.tll'IIII'IIIII'I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
a o standing around in the way.
makes a man grow fa * IIIIII'
because the man who is always ready; _
Robber held train Columbia
up a near -
with a with smile is not wasting himsel S. C., and robbed the mail car miniiiiiit IN A AlL.It

away worry. after which he escaped into the dark-
o R. L. FOX ?
ness. He did not need to escape. A. Y. FULLER ..
The citizens of Texas in meeting
mass -
lust stand still and get sentenced to
are demanding intervention to 'pit the penitentiary and Governor Blease THE PALMS AUTO COREO
a an end to the reign of lawlessness represents the fruition of an
rill( pardop him and make a voter of
the border.
along him in a few weeks.
o * MOTOR CARS ideal to the development of
has and voted for
Congress gone a
St. Cloud, and Melbourne the
on
railroad in Alaska, just as thougl I For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a much
East: Coast, had a scheme planned which have devoted
A that territory had a lot of electoral and partially carried out to build y a I Ihard full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof we

votes. surfaced road from Melbourne I Ito
o ; Kissimmee by way of St. Cloud.I competent repair men. All our work is absolutely thought.
i They are agitating for prohibition
It now appears that some of the Kis-
-t in California, and the tourists may guaranteed.
Immee people are favoring a change
the have to be satisfied by drinking ir in the route that would leave St. You are cordially invitedto

scenery. loud out in the cold and connect up

When the poets wrote o those moving proposed with Whittier change and is no Fellsmere.doubt started The THE PALMS AUTO CO be presentSouvenirs

about the of the imagination
verses pleasures -
favor certain
to land companies rathr -
they probably had just seen than to improve the route. It is FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.ItltimiMMIIMIMtMHIIttiMtllMlllillllliiMH.

some one reading a seed catalogue. several miles farther and in this day

o of rapid transit, the shortest routes '
i-
k Don't try to curtail your love for

your fellow man. He may not appreciate

it, but it will keep your disposition

t sweeter and more mellow. .

o
The physical endurance of the lie for the ladies from the Dry

is remarkable. It seldom fails td

come' back, not matter far you may I Goods and Grocery Departments
r have gotten away with it.

1 l M, The fact that they o 'ought to make a Is Your Heart "In the Ring"Isn't and, for the .men from the Men's

living at anything else is consideredby

many people a good reason why it about time you "elected" the girl oi your I Furnishing Department. ,

they should be appointed income tax dreams as mistress of your heart and home, and presented ,. I

i collectors. S her with
3 o .. I

Some of the newspapers are becom- An Engagement Rind? i
ing much heated up over the senatorial -
contest. It is hardly worth while
.F yet. Wait until a week or two before You can win any girl's heart with your Jewelry, i i

the primary. Just show her the newest designs and let her choose :' Our r Mail Order r r Depariffient

o the setting she prefers and we'll mount a white dia-. :,
Washington society women have water. ,
mond of the purest ,

discarded psychology the as tango a fad. and This taken is a desirable up-' .. We.'have wedding rings, too. Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, make

change as it will exercise ,
i 1. of it whenever you can. Samples or information
3 their brains, if they have any, instead l use

1, of their joints. cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
:. '
o ,
of illustrated mail order cataJ
Cupid seems to have been loafingon : Write for one our

the job during the past month as i loguesWe invite comparison calves.ORLANDO'S .
there was a general falling off in the

number of marriage licenses issued r

during the month ,by the clerk of the'I k

county court.American .Evans-the

o T JewelerOPPOSITE
Y tourists who are seeking '
diversion might visit Mexico whilE FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

the blizzard season, continues. The]
will be assured both a tropical climate POSTOFFICE

V' and plenty of vaudeville performances Orange Ave. Orlando n

which are put on daily bj
Huerta and Villa. They will find the EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING



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MIIIIIMIMHIIHIMMIMMMIIIIMIIIIMIHIMIt oD CDODOIXHDODCHDOD O 'IRON CLAD KNIGHTS IN MORTAL mo=o==-

i Than ( FAVORITE THEATRE] COMBATThe F ;] ,
More
j Eating Pure Candy is a Universal Weekly, in a recent
|
ROBINSON STARKEY, Managers issue, contains the following about 't

"Ivanhoe," which appears at the 1 1j
Here's Why.
Mere Pleasure. | Open9a.m.to10.30P.M.I Favorite theater, Monday night: j
In the days when the Christian !
I Admission 5 cents t knights were fighting for the cross in U
Of hundreds of all over the country i
people
course, D GD GDG GDD') ->GDG G i the Holy Land, Prince John held the 't

eat Candy just because they like Candy-just to PROGRAMImp. John's'reins of greed government was greater in than England.his 1 1Jewelry'

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also -, "Ivanhoe." A four-reel dra- fraternal affection and he sought every -
ma de luxe. Sir Walter Scott, in the means to support his claims to J
have done the same thing many times.If heydey of his literary fame, gave to the crown against the time his brother -
the English speaking race a numberof "Richard the Lion Heart," the 1r
we can convince you that pure candy is historical novels, invariably based rightful king, should return. y i
upon facts, recognized as worthy of At Rotherwood there lived at the The variety of articles .
healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. classical status. When he created time a Saxon nobleman, Cedric, who

then you'll realize that your is well Ivanhoe he created a figure which had, at least in spirit, refused the Ii shown in our store
point why money
This
was to live forever. picture was yoke of the invading Normans. His;

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- made in England at Cheptow Castle, son Wilfred, however, was kindly disposed is very great.
the scene of this famous novel, with toward them and had received n
ment. King Baggot in the title role and from King Richard the manor "Ivan
Leah Bair das Rebecca of York, anda hoe." He loved his adopted sister, a We have for all
great army of renowned artists, all I beautiful Saxon girl of the royal you

the pageantry and the exciting and blood, though his father was not kind- V that is and best
complex l life of Robin Hood, Richard I ly disposed to the match on accountof newest
Coeur de Leon, and Ivanhoe are re the son's affiliation.
BUTT'S KANOY KITCHEN[ vealed. The cost of producing this Ivanhoe subsequently joined Rich- in Jewelry. ,

film was tremendous, while no energyor ard the Lion Heart in the Holy Land '
pains have been spared to make and the without !
years passed on news i n
the picture as perfect as possible. of him. Prince John bestowed Ivan- Every article will D

The home of pure home-made Candies, Throughout the acting is earnest and hoe's barony' on Reginald de Boeuf,
worthy of the great artists enactingthe a licentious Norman. Rowena is give years of satisf action
roles, while the zeal with which sought by Athelstone in marriagewith
Orange Avenue the battle scenes were enacted is reflected the approval of Cedric. She goods of
only
quality
in the number of accidents refuses.At .
which occurred. It is doubtful if this the time the Ivan
play opens
has ever been shown for the small hoe has returned disguised as a holy offered under our

...111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111WADE price of 5 cents anywhere before. man to test the feelings of his father

-- ,'- . and former. sweetheart. Rowena is V guarantee.
still loyal. I
"QUO VADIS" WILL BE SHOWN MISS CROOKS WAS HOSTESS. From here the scene changes to al

IIERE Miss Grace Crooks was the hostessof forest where are seen two weary :

f an informal but very delightfulcard travelers trying to gain shelter be- El Allen & Co.
fore night. These the
THE TUNER are wealthy
Management of Great Film Produc- party on Friday evening for her
Jewish moneylender, Isaac of York,
ORLANDO, FLA. tion Will Exhibit at the Lucerne I house guest, Mrs. Barron, of New disguised as a poor peddler, the bet- JEWELERS

Theater Tuesday Night York city.Quantities. ter to ply his trade of usury, and his

The original and only bona fide of violets were used in daughter Rebecca. They are taken Everything Guaranteed
into Lord Cedric's mansion where
Miss Mary Irwin, of Charlotte, N. moving picture production of Quo the drawing room, and the fragrancefrom Ivanhoe, still disguised, saves Rebecca Reliable Repairing.

C., is one of Orlando's visitors. Vadis" will be seen at the Lucerne the pretty blossoms was notice- from the insults of de Bois Guil

theater Tuesday night by citizens of able throughout the house. The bert.De

Mrs. M. T. H. Stowe, of Brookline, Orlando. The film is so costly and prizes were a willow sandwich basket Bois Guilbert and his compan-
ions suspect that Isaac has
Mass., is spending a few days at the hard to produce that it will on no and .a silver stamp box, and were and plan to make him prisoner.money Ivan-

San Juan. condition be rented or shipped by express won by Mrs. Will Green and Miss hoe ushers the old man and his

to any moving picture company, Mary Holt. daughter from the mansion, but is

Mr. F. M. Cutlett, of Atlanta, was and the film wa sonly secured for Or- Brice ice cream, cocoanut balls, left stunned in trying to cut off the
advance of the schemers. When he
one of the San Juan's guests yesterday lando by renting the Lucerne theaterto cakes, coffee and bon-boni were recovers he makes his way to the Jew I! mo=o= IzdD

the management of the picture.The served at the conclusion of the games. in the woods and again falls fainting.His .

film will be brought here by its Those present included the mem- own father and sweetheart have
been carried off and when he
S. M. Lewis is one of rlando's visitors owners and the shows at the Lucerne bers of the household, and Mr. and captives 11111111111111111111111111111111..1111111111111111111'rir
again awakens, Isaac and his daughter -
his home being in Jackson Thursday will be entirely under their Mrs. Wm. Lege, Mr. and M rs. Geo. have also been captured while

Tenn. management, to insure the perfect Shinn, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and they were in the woods searching for

safety of the film. Misses Mary and Grace Holt. water.
We are next taken into the
Mr. G. E. Bacon is registered at George Kleine's glorious photo- camp
of Robin Hood. Richard the Lion
the San Juan, his home being in Wa- drama production, "Quo Vadis," MISS ROMAINE CLARK'S RECEPTION Heart joins the party and to Robin
tertown, Wisconsin.Mrs. which established a record run of six makes known his identity. Here Inrince
Ivanhoe joins the party later and en- :
months at the Astor theater in New
joins the aid of the king, Robin Hood,
Alice A.' Shedd, of Brookline, York city, has exercised a potent influence Miss Romaine Clark received in- and his folbvsers in an attempt to

Mass., is spending a few days in in all circles of society, religious rescue his folks and the Jews. Following .
formally in the parlors of the San
town, a guest of the San Juan. and educational. Large thea- there is a vicious attack upon
Juan hotel on Friday afternoon in the Torquilstone Castle where the
ter parties formed from various
were honor of Mrs. Richard E. Reeves, of four are held prisoners.The .
Mrs. R. E. Woodruff, who has been schools and colleges and in several
Normans are forced back into .
Summit, N. J., who is the guest of
visiting her sistre, Mrs. F. C. Board- instances Sunday schools attended the their castle and De Bois, fearing that
A.
E. Graham.
man, left yesterday for her home in performance in a body. The lessons Mrs. C. the odds are against him, throws the s.AT
During the afternoon a solo was Jewish maiden on his horse and es
Marion, OhoL taught by these wonderful picturesare beautifully. given by Madame Rihel- capes. He carries the girl before the

both impressive and inspiring.Mr. daffer, and two vocal numbers given tribunal of the Order of Good Tem-
Among the present guests at the Kleine's production, which is the plars on a charge of sorcery out of Phone 172
by Mrs. T. H. Thompson, accompaniedby
San Juan are Mr. A. B. Wright, of i only bona fide and important produc- revenge for his defeat. There remainsbut
Miss McIlvaine. one chance for her to escape with
New York city, and Mr. P. S. Coon, tion of "Quo Vadis," is announcedfor Receiving with Miss Clarke were life and that is to find a knight to

of Boston. Tuesday night, March 10, at the the guest of honor, and Mrs. Chas. establish her innocence by defeatingin ., ,. tMIMMIIMIilMIIIIIHIimiHMMIMMtMMillllMMIMIIMMtlMimiMH '
Lucerne theater. mortal combat her accuser.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wheeler and Galey, Mrs. Chas. McCormick and When news of this is brought to
Miss Ruth McIlvaine. Ivanhoe by Gurth he does not hesi-
Mr. Steen Nelson were among the Miss Christine Levin, whos sweet tate to champion her cause. The day

welcome visitors to Orlando yesterday voice was heard at the Chautauqualast arrives; Rebecca is bound to the stake
MRS. T. H. THOMPSON ENTERTAINS -
1 coming over by auto. evening, left on the midnighttrain with faggots piled round her feet. Comb HoneyCould
The is blown and then
trumpet once
for De Funiak Springs, where .
again without response, but as the
Mr. J. L. Ferguson has reutrned she will fill an engagement, after- flames begin to lick upward there

from a visit to Columbus, Ohio, but wards beginning a tour which will Mrs. T. H. Thompson entertained comes through the amazed crowd a only secure a small amount. -Sendus

expects shortly to make hi|headquarters take her first to Kansas, then through : informally Friday evening in honor knight. What follows is a merciless
: of Madame Riheldaffer her house fight between De Bois and Ivanhoe.As order it is
before gone.
in Jacksonville, where he is to Texas and New Mexico.Dr. your
the latter is declared the victor
whose solos the '
guest, delighted large
open a piano establishment. the Black Knight arrives, casts off
A. C. Kiriskern, of Mechanicsville Chautauqua audience Thursday night. his disguise and discloses himself as
left for Madame Riheldaffer kindly responded the king. Ivanhoe is reconciled with Fresh Tomatoes .
Bishop Mann yesterday N. Y.; Mrs. F. A. Wilkinson, of
I his father and married, later, by the
to the desire of all in
present,
several points along the East Coast, Newark, N. J.; Mr. W. H. Reese, of of York. Rebecca herself
I Bishop ,
and is to preach todayin Palm Beach. : New York city; Mr. M. M. Reese, of giving several very beautiful vocal aching for the love of the gallan Shipment received daily

He will probably be absent nearly New York; Z. F. Abbott and wife, of selections, choosing chiefly the sweet knight, joins his hand to that of Ro

i two weeks. II I I Boston, Mass.; F. V. Dare and wife, old songs which are always 'favorites'Annie wena and departs with her father.
I :' Laurie" and Old Ken- Cider VinegarIn
-'' "My
of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mr. L. A. Chap- !

Mr. and Mrs. Dyer, of Fond du Lac, man, of Brooklyn; C. E. Chapman, of tucky Home" among them, also "In I hereby give NOTICE notice that I will not
the Time of Roses" and "The Lass
"Wis., are in Orlando for a stay of Brooklyn; S. M. Hall and wife, of be responsible for any debts contracted bulk or bottle.

several weeks. They are well pleased Saco, Me.,' left St. Augustine Febru- 'With the Delicate Air." Then, by by my wife, Mrs. Odessa Broome

with the balmy, sunshiny atmosphereof ary 18th, and are .now at the San special request, she repeated one of Carland. PAUL CARLAND.

this city after experiencing some Juan. They are planning a trip down her principal Chautauqua numbers, 3-8-3t
"Lo! Hear the Gentle Lark Mr.
severe weather in their home state. the river in a few days. THE SANITARY GROCERY
Reese, a member of the orchestra
SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI

Mr. L. W. Hole, a brother of Mrs. Architect L. Percival Hutton, of here for Chautauqua. playing her ac am now organizing an excursion CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

Arnold, left yesterday after a pleas. New York, a tpresent located in Or- companiment.Mrs. party to New York and Albany, via

ant three weeks'isit at the latter'shome lando, was in the city Monday in con- Thompson was assisted in Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe,
delicious refreshments April 20th. Price for trip is $2' .25 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
serving
here. Mr. Hole is returning to nection with his duties in supervisingthe by a
from Orlando to Albany, which includes -
Ridge Farm, 111., where he has been construction of the new golf club Misses McCullogh, Galey and Clarke. baggage transfer in Jackson-

postmaster for the past sixteen years. house situated in a beautiful nook ville and New York. Special reduc- ; +
bordering Lake Tohopekaliga, a short Those souvenirs, a very pretty plate I tion to those starting at Jacksonvilleor : CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Mr. George B. Wright, traveling istance below and in view of KisIpmee. with the picture of Yowell-Duckworth'I berth stopping and rooms at New make York.reservationsnow For good 1iI& +( el.t.e'I'IGI IC'lt..

pa enger agent of the Atlantic Coa : Mr. Hutton planned the new Company building on them, gave out I of C. P. Smith, Hand building, _____ __ -_ -- ,- -7 -:---- - -: -:.---::-:==

L;, railroad, was a welcome visito llub house, which will be one of the early in the morning Thursday. But I I corner Orange avenue and Church 1IiV" .- .J- ..,....
1Iio1
Mr. all were allowed to register and others street, before March 21. 3-5-tf
m the Sentinel office yesterday. most beautiful structures of its kind
!I
Wn ht will probably be in town fora and in harmony with the purposes to are ordered for the late ones. ONE 1913
the Sentinel
Telephone your news
month, assisting with the work of I which it is to be devoted. Between 3-7-It items. It will be appreciated

the regular passenger agents in the I his duties as architect in planningsome -- -- -- --- _. - -- Hudson Touring Car-

A. C. L ticket office here. of the principal structures at WANTED AT ONCE LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

I Orlando and his work in Kissimmee, 400 good fence posts. Apply S. A. DRIVEN 3,000 MILES
Johnson, city hall. 3-8-2t Flowers
Beginning Saturday, March 14th, Mr. Hutton is a comparatively busy

and on each Tuesday and Saturday man.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette.C. FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, elec- ROSES, VIOLETS, ,

thereafter, the Atlantic Coast Line tric lights, bath; close in; large ,ABSOLUTELY, PERFECT CONDITIONA -

will operate a through double draw- W. Riley, the photographer, has veranda and yard. 7 W. Robinson ,CARNATIONS, PANSIES, .. .

ing room ten section sleeper from Or-I,I moved his business from 405 Hughey avenue, Orlando. 3-8-3t POTTED PLANTS BARGAIN AT -

lando to Washington. This car will : street, and can now be found at, 303 Eat what you want._ .

be ready for occupancy at 9 p. m. Garland street. Call and see him. Eat all you want.

3-7-1w Take a postscript and forget it. $1,100San
.
Good Wood - $1.50
For sale by all druggists.
)Ir. and Mrs. John Lomax, and
l-7-d&w-lyr
their little daughter, recent visitorsat WOOD, COAL AND ICE Bdler Wood $2 and $2.25

the home of Mr. Bieler, Central Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Also reliable
find
a warm wave can
Garden cottage, Central avenue, have Coal Yard, phone 666. 9-31-tf ,)profitable employment during the Best Wood $2.50%and .$2.75 Juan Garage Co.

started for their home in Youngstown month of March.

Ohio, taking with them very favorable Eat what you want. This won't last long, Service

impressions of Florida in: Eat all you want. OSTEOPATHYDR. Stock up while you can. All Night
and it.
Take a postscript forget
and of Orlando in particular.
general
For sale by all durggists.

l-7-d&w-lyr J. C .HOWELL Orlando Wood Yard don't cost more and are
TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO AJAX TIRES any guar-
Chiropodist fpr both men and wo. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone aiteed for five thousand-.miles.
face and 104 W. [Pine St.
men. Manicure, pedicure, 3-5-tf extra charge for house treatment
2, Orlando.
scalp massage. ,Feet a specialty. L Telephone connections B. W. KINGS LEY, Proprietor . .. ,
Mustard 117 Orange avenue, over .-. ' , .
J. Office Orange and Central Area.4x . '. .: : : -
cor.
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GENEVA NEWS NOTES turns to her home in Ohio on Thurs- WANTED-Ladies FOR SALE
I I PEOPLE'S WANTS i to bring those "WANT AD. WAY"
a day. combings to us. Don't destroy Farm of twenty acres, about ten Is a sure for results. The little
way
Geneva, Fla., March 6.-Mr. L A.j I I Miss Kate Flynt has been quite them. We will make what you want. acres cleared, about seven acres cul
Sheldon, who has been looking after j 1 I sick this week. MUNNIMAKERSNotices Come and see our stock and examineour tivated. 2 1-2 miles west of TaftP. advertisements that cry your needs to
work. We invite inspection. If 0., near Lake Davis. Good wire the multitudes, and bring results, no
business interests in Colorado, re- John Wadsworth, who was foremanin of Lost, Wanted. For Sale For you haven't the hair we supply it. fence on three sides. Small matter what
new thing
He the McLain packing house duringthe Rent, etc. for this column. Kc for one day.60c Our stock is or man or opportu
turned to Geneva on Tuesday. reports genuine. We make ev- house and well. About 15,000 feet of
for three days or ILOO for one week for nity you seek. Merchants find them
an average depth of four feet past season, has signed with the 25 words or leu. Money must accompany erything to order. Will pay cash for saw timber. Land all dry and suit-I
of his ranch. Waycross ball team for the summer. the advertisements for this column U BO combings. Nicholas & Nicholas, 303 able for trucking or citrus fruit Am effective as business getters, and use
snow on Insertions will be made on credit. Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm too old to work it and will sell at a them regularly. People in all the-
Mr. W. A. Whitcomb's new bunga- Mr. Victor Ingersoll is visiting in '
DASHEENS. bargain. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. walks of life use and read them.
low is nearly completed. Geneva with Mr. V. T. Peters. WANTED-Lady or gentleman book- 2-27-lm-d&w
The South's substitute for the Irish Just try a Sentinel want ad. to-
keeper to do little extra book work.
store Mrs. Jennie Prevatt is remodelingher
Mr. J. W. Flint's new buildingwill
potato. Very productive. More!
Address "D," care Sentinel 5-2t Ladies' hair morrow-you will be pleased with the-
dressing, ,,
be occupied by the 1st of April house. yields up to 500 bushels per acre. Endorsed massage results.
is resi- by the Agricultural Depart- shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
Mrs. K. M. Sieg building a WANTED-To rent six
or seven ment, Washington, D. C. Now is the
Shop. 1-2-tf
dence of the lot she recently pur- Members of Rosalie JameSlCi'rde room cottage, close in. Must be
time to plant. For seed apply to
chased of Mr. David Speer. of the King's Daughters, in St. Augustine reasonable.' Address J. L. D., care P. F. LAUBACH, Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,

Mrs. Daniels is visiting with, her assisted by their friends, are I Sentinel. 3-5-4t Orlando, Fia. Read Sentinel want ads. on Court street 125trt.IIII.IIIIIIIIIIII.I'IIIII.I.IIIIII.IIIIII..IIIII'

son, Mr. William Daniels, in Geneva. making elaborate preparations for WANTED-Two first-class tickets to

Mr. Evan Pattishall will arrive in the annual garden party to be given I I or beyond Cincinnati. Call phone FOR REM
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Geneva on Wednesday from New in the west gardens of the Ponce de 366. 3-5-3t

York. Leon hotel, Saturday afternoon. This I FOR RENT FURNISHED-A pleas-
WANTED AT ONCETwentyfivefamily ant bed room, three blocks from
Mr. R. H. Morris and Mr. Ball, who
have been spending the winter in season to help raise funds with which Home Laundry. 'Phone 654. Rolla the Woman's Exchange. 2-27-tf

Geneva, have returned to their homes this organization carries on its char- Reel. 3-4-5t

; in New York. They have purchasedlots itable' work in the Ancient City, is FOR RENT 5-room house, partly' ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .

in Geneva and will probably quite a social affair.CHAD1CK'S FOR SALE furnished. See Frank Soper, Room beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L
3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t
make their homes here in the near An elegant' modern home; four bed- R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in inte-
rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- rior Florida. Orchestra etc. The Altamonte has the
future. SPECIAL SALE FOR attractive ,
tricity throughout; fruit trees and RENT-Large room
Messrs. J. P. Musselwhite, J. T. Mc- LASTING 30 DAYSNo. flowers. 509 East Central avenue. in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
215tfilMHMMIMHillllMlim 2-4 tf high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
Lain, C. A. Raulerson, L. :M. Rehbin- 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles south
der and M. E. Dooley were in DeLandon east of city, on hard road, all improved Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
Hotel has 500feet broad All modeen
Monday. ; 175 budded orange and grape- 11111111"11'111111111111' piazza. improve-

Messrs. E. H. Kilbee Arthur Doane, fruit trees just coming into bearing;' ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
7-room house; the land is of the best. i i Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
J. T. McLain and Howard Montgomery No. 2-Two 3-acre young groves inside -

were in Sanford on Tuesday.The . of city, nicely situated to divide One
BungalowM.J.DA Left to SellETWYLER
into home lots.
Dexter house on the west shoreof
Lake Geneva is being remodeledand No. house 3-13 and acres 200, 8 bearing acres with grove broom -; GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer

it is reported will be occupied the 5 acres is garden land divided in [ Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H. :

shortly by a family from Bloomington acre lots and recorded.No. ] : I
111. 4-5 acres east between Amelia 1 111111111,1.1.11111,1111111.110.1,1.11".1.1111.11.New .
and Concord aveaues, just over city I
' Mr. David Speer is building an addition 1I
limit line; a part of it to bearing I
f to his house. grove and grapery; a fine 8-room Phone 563
Mrs. C. A. Raulerson entertained a I house and other buildings. This is a i I II
her rare bargain to get a city home just I
number of ladies at home on Saturday I
over the city line. Give this your at-
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Guest, Mrs. B. A. Spindler, who re- 5-40 acres, 20 improved with I

500 choice bearing orange trees, south
-- side of lake, near Altamonte Springs;I FOR SALE 'FOR RENT-Large, well furnished

LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room Six hundred acres timber land, and room to persons wishing suburban Foulards, Embroidered Crepes, Ratine

While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and I ten acre with two miles I accommodations; also 2 acres good
"News" sightseeing automobilesfor shade; tennis court (cement); the'of lake orange shore, near grove Winter Garden, truck land, close in. Good opportu- Crepes, Dainty Flaxons. The latest stylesin
show place of the South known for "
as. of the nity right person. Address "A,
and
one greatest trucking
Lookout Mountain, Point Park,
the Foss Grove. On account of the Sentinel. 9-8tf
citrus centers of Florida. The
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary; death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no will interest on the orange whole Millinery.
Ridge and historical points. For res-I longer attend to the estate. This I crop investment.pay Terms. S. S. Griffin, HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms,
means sell it I INo.6Several modern located at 311 N.
ervations, address 910 Market street. owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 ; Orange
nice homes, close to I avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave- MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
3-3-Apr.23 Lake Eola, and other parts of the city.I nue. 2-24-tf
Also choice lots, close in. FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand

FOR SALE If you want to buy for home or investment unimproved land. See S. S. FOR RENT-New four room unfur-

I am a leader along these Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm: nished flat, with bath. Address
i '20 acres located three miles from lines. Call or phone and make date 603 W. Pine. 3-5-3t

city on proposed brick road; eight for investigations.Open FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade -- -- - - Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
acres bearing grove; two acres evenings. citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando THE ST. JAMES. 308 West street.
t cleared and ten acres timber; four 19 W. Church St-Phaie 398 and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 Rooms, $3.50 to $5.00 per week.
rooti cottage. Price $3,500. miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, Large verandas. Everything new Patterns
25 acres four miles from city; ten Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em I Orlando, Fla. and modern. 2-22-lw
acres in grove, four hundred -- -
bearing.. on Court street. 125tftlHIIiiHIIMMMIIIMt ----
FOR RENT furnished -
Elegant
orange and two hundred FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will
old grapefruit trees; twelve acres I exchange for second hand buggy.M. rooms for light housekeeping. 406 . HHIMM++

fruit land and three acres garden I W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, East Pine street. 2-4-6t

land; cottage and barn, located on i 1 Orlando. 2-22-14 HOUSE FOR RENT-210 North Or- Real Estate Agents, Investors. and HomeseekersATTENTION
lake front. Price $5,000. : t'
70 acres choice fruit and vegetable 11 ForSaleModern FOR SALE-Upright Schaffer piano, ange. Apply G. A. Baas, care Or- !
lando
B. & T. Co. 3-7-6t
p, land; three and one-half miles from elegant mahogany case and bench;
city. Price $30 per acre. I at a bargain. Must sell at once. with ; :
six-room cottage,
I MISCELLANEOUS I offer for $1,900 two-story,
Five-room cottage and lot one hun- Party going North. Apply 412 North
dred by four hundred feet; located on I Orange avenue. 3-4-3t rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, n rth.

main highway leading out of city. 8-room : LOST-Fox terrier puppy, black and Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
i Price $2,000.Five FOR SALE-Shetland white. Suitable reward if returnedto verandas. Special
harness oil finish double
pony
six bungalow ,
: -room ;
acres of bearing orange grove, ii House 2 doors and cart. Will sell at bargain if No. 9 Liberty street.. 3-5-lt and bath facilities. Large, roomy base-
well located. Price --- -- - - -- heating room
$2,000. bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne
LOSt-United Commercial Travelers
140 acres overlooking a beautiful west of Circle. 3-7-lw-d&w ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
Wyoming Past Commander's emblem
cres-
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lake, and one-fourth house or fernery.
one miles from cent shape, white and gold. Returnto furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose

t 20 railroad station and packing house; i | Hotel. Bar- WANTED this office and get reward. R. B. House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
acres bearing I
orange grove containing Phillips. with house between.
the rose
fourteen hundred trees. The lots connect at corners, .

remaining land is high grade fruit gam. : WANTED-Two ladies to demonstrate offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
and garden soil. Price $12,000. I LOST-Medium sized bay mare; all.
II and take orders. Steady Open to
II strayed from place yester-
2,000 acres choice fruit land, well away
work. Good pay. Address, Franklin,
7 located. Can be had at a bargain.J. this office. day. Any information of same please
:: care 3-7-lt COY
E. CRAWFORD, ; : A. L Bentley _. ------ notify police headQuarters. 3-4-3t E. N.

;, Office Over Blue Drug Store, W. T. EXTRICAN,
LOST-Pearl pendant. Finder return 307 West St. North.Orlando
' 117 South Orange Ave.. Phone 401, ii-:: 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE, : Painter and interior decorator. New to Sentinel office or to J. H. ,
Orlando, Florida. ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. Robinson, 608 Orange avenue.
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SENATOR BRYAN'S SPEECH BEGGAR KAHLER HAD $23,000 I trolman that he arrested the old man 1 "I'llllllllllt"IIII""IIIIII'111151111I"111111111

(Continued from page 2.) San Francisco, March 6.-For twenty In searching Kahler a tin box was

have to face. It is not true as has years William Kahler, aged seventy found which was packed with gold

been suggested here that in all of the has been a beggar, eating food coin and paper money. Various false Some Orlando lnvestTHE MARKET
Southern states the negroes are defrauded taken from ash cans and sleeping pockets in Kahler's clothes were emp-
of their' votes. In my own wherever he could find shelter. tied of additional money. The total ments.

state, for instance, if they can vote Last night was cool and the side- was $23,000. Of Cleanliness Of Quality
an Australian ballot they have as walk which Kahler had made his bed

easy access to the polls as the white appeared so uncomfortable to a pa Sentinel want ads. get results.1IIIIIIIIIIIIII We will offer for one
idea that the FRESH AND SALT MEATS
man.. I have no_ .more. .. week number of in-
white women of the South would go a
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to the polls alongside of the black I vestments in Orlando

women of the South than I have that To Be Sold Within Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
they would do so in Colorado, if the Real I Estate that will

numbers were equal or approximatelyso. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh ,

These are the ultimate aims of 10 Days pay from ten to twenty and pure. '
this propaganda. If the good judg-
cent. Tourists'who
ment of the American people, men per We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

and women alike, will not furnish a \Vhat is known as the E.V.. Bullock home. have surplus money are everything in the Meat Line.

ready answer to these morbid senti- Mrs. Bullock has taken up her residence in Georgia,
ments it is useless for me to under- where she has large business interests. The ladyis invited to call and get -
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less.take to These do so,people and our seem case to is believe hope- here for a lew days and is ready to make very at- full information. The PARLOR MARKET 4 4I

that their purpose in life is to hold tractive prices to those wanting a home. or for an I F j

political positions 'and places of hon- investment.
H.. M. Self & Co.
or, forgetting that the citizen best Meet the lady at my office and do your trading Cooper Atha i :
performs-his duty to the governmentand ,
direct with her.CHADIICK'S. i PINE STREET I i
to his kind who busies himself: .
lit South
Orange Ave, Ground Floor '
with the daily duties about him. I do
; Phone No. 80W. {
not know any better sentiment with Phone No. 311 I

which resolution to close my than argument that of the againstthis im- G I R REAL[ L [ESTATE A AND O ; I"lllllallllil".II""IIIIIIIIII"'II"'elll 1t i

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19 \V. Church Street Phone 398 I
Near Inverness a short time ago :
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one of the hunters killed an animal I 111111111111111.III..II IIIII.IIII.,111111111111 M. SLEMONS

that doesn't seem to have yet found a .
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name. The quadruped is said to resemble ;

a fox, a kangaroo, a dog, a We '
wolf,-and a few other things, and not are the Peoplethat

to be near enough like any to be New Goods Arriving Daily 1 1I
identified with the special breed. Any-

way, since the animal was shot and have made good. Why? Be- I
stuffed and placed on exhibition some 1j 1I
have come into Inverness to tell of I
has
cause experience taught us how to .1
depredations made on their fowl ,

yards in a peculiar manner, and the make formulas that suit all conditions .j
hunter who brought down the what- We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

is-it is given credit for .
exterminatingan
unwelcome resident of the woods. for both orange trees and vegetables.Nowis made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. ;

Times-Union Short Talks. Boys' Suits,"Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. ]

Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflia & Co. i j
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&ULG11MORL-GAPT.AWAREZ Lv Orlando, A. C. L.......12:31 am 3:13pm I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm
r Jacksonville. A. C. L... 6:45 am 1:30 pmv r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pm
Lucerne Theater, Friday, March 13 Jacksonville. A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25pm v Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15 pm
v Waycross A. C. L......lj:50am 10:25pm Waycross, A. C. L .............10::0pm i
r Macon G. S. & F....... 5:13 pm .:15 am Ar Macon. G. S. & F. .............. 3:46 am
If you've got something you ddn'twant r Atlanta C. of Ca....... 8;03 pm 7.25am Ar Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7.12am i
trade with somebody who's got:Ar Chattanooga. W. & A..12:18am Ar Knoxville L. & N. ............12:19 pm
11:55amAr Ar Corbin, L. & N. ................ 3:16pm
what you want and wants what Nashville N. C. & St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville, L. & N. .............. 9:00 pm Y
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you've got-through the medium of I Ar St. Louis I.c.&L.&N. %:50 pm 7:20am Ar Indianapolis, a. L 1:50am
Ar Lexington L & N. ............ 6:50 pm
Sentinel "wants. jAr Hoplinsville L & N........... 6:27pm Ar Cincinanti. L & N. ............. 8:50pmAr .S
:Ar Evansville L & N..... 9:28am 9:25 pm Kalamazoo, G. R. & L ..........12:20 pm
Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. :Ar Terre Haute C. & E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am Ar Grand Rapids, G. R. & L ......:\2:45pmAr Electricity
i Ar Chicago, C. & E. I...... 6:50pm 6:50 am Cleveland, Big Four ........:.... '1:15 am ;
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Solid train. composed cf section Gas Water Ice ;
Dr. Buckmaster drawing.
I room sleeping can, observation compartment Solid train composed of electric lighted
cars and dining ear, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and s .
ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. {
Osteopathic Physician Jacksonville. Louisville and Indianapolis;
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and Office--No. J8 West Central Avenue
132 Orange Avenue Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between
f artment, observation
sleepers and electlie
Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
ighted section drawing.room sleepers. First-
Next door to People's Bank, lass coaches and smoking car. Dining ear and Thursdays of each week. Dining car Telephone No. 6 l
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
up-italri. Acre and chronic

diseases try ted FOR TICKETS PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION. WRITE OR CALL ON .!
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. l
Teleph a 578. Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando ifttHMIIMMMilimiBI

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AN OPEN LETTER FROM BISHOP ,
MANNI ; ; k"i7, ;!d frWGN! tr m "!I t"+

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can not but deem myself fortu-
nate in the occasion of my first public
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2 ; ; ;': letter to the people of Southern Flor-
ida, and more especially to the peopleof
.> the city of Orlando, for I am
called upon to address you on a mat- ===
ter in which all kind hearted folk
must be interested, and to ask your ,.. .
aid for a cause which all kind minded : .f. "
? folk must love to support. I do not
need to describe the purpose or the I SO-S) t'
performance of the Church Home and .
Hospital. During almost twenty yearsit ,
: has been working in your midst.
__ I hear praises of it on almost every Spend or SaveS
it kI hand; it was the first and to a great
f degree continues the solitary institu-
tion of its kind in Southern Florida,
one whose sole object is charity to U11dIld thai ends it. Savs and l 14
sick and helpless men, women and
children, the relief of suffering and
I the 4!
cent inisrcst
psr y/s on
}V I the restoration of health, as a free :pay
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14t": gift.It.

does receive and care for pa- E your savings will provide for
".;I. ; I IYJ tients who pay; but mainly in order yourUiitel
that it may receive and care for pa-
tients who can not pay. Its charter 1L1tUI' .
I requires, and its practice has been
strictly accordant, that in taking
Use "A.B.A. Cheques cases no distinction shall be made of
j 1 in race or rank or religion. So long as II
I of
s I! i payment your traveling expenses from start to finish
it has an available bed, that bed
of your trip. You can pay your railway fares and hotel bills
I stands ready for the first comer.It 1 ti f
in the United States with them, buy your' steamship tickets, I is almost impossible to overesti- .
1 i ICI fj j IjI use them in any part of the civilized world like actual money mate the large and gracious serviceof =
!II and pay your U.S. Customs Duties with them on your return this hospital. One may criticise
., this or that detail, but the broad results -
I ; They are like an International Currency, the most
convenient command .
general applause.I
IItt1i : safest kind of travel funds. Issued by believe you are all thankful for ; ;i \\ttS//
and proud of the fact that this hos- --
pital exists. I believe you are all
The State Bank of Orlando glad to seel that you can bring to it O, gL y;
the case for which you seek shelter b3.
and relief, in the name of Christ.
Therefore, I ask you to help at this El (i'm4E:1
r time with generous contributions.
t During past years it was the cus-
tom to have a charity ball, the pro-
ceeds of which went to the hospital.
This year, for several reasons, it was :
found impossible to have that ball. I
I You may, perhaps, regret slightly the] I StratI ( 1l>> llKarry
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loss of the social festivity; but Ij I
i : I ti think you all will greatly regret the ,
loss pital.of the aid thus given to the hos-I'

An attempt is making to prevent
1-::
7.a that loss. A committee of ladies will 1I I -_
AX EXCELLENT TALK I sel sees in the study and applicationof I go forth, in a few days, to solicit I -
II money for the present needs of the' =
I eugenics a. remedy for the curse hospital. They will be as disregardful -i ,':," ", ,:, ""I,,', , ', .. -- '
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of sectarian distinctions, in this I I' i,::' ';:,, : !:I!, INli :, ,;i'i'"I' ,; ''II'' : ;1 : ,',' : ', uK " ,' :
"Eugenics and a Health Certificate"was of the nation. She spoke of the act- : : ; : li"h '" I : .1' ; ''11 1,1;,:: 'i'" I It: :; )' Ji': :_.:-
II soliciting, as the hospital has been .in I I'' ,rI'':) h.1'' II' II i,, I, I'Ill :Ii I''il'I'::', '" I!'jlII', '" It W' ,i'I'1' Ii, ,n, :::, ", I''; I I, I ,"'" "'.'!t":'rrW''' ,

the subject discussed by Dr. Gei- ual expense which tax payers are put its benefactions. I''
.. I
sel at the Chautauqua School of to in supporting .homes for children So- -I confidently- ask- for- the- mem- -- -
Health yesterday morning, and the mentally, morally or physically defi- bers of this committee, from the citi- LIVE STOCK DISEASES eradication of the cattle tick byj r A. Y. Fuller and R. L. Fox, pro-

Y; house was filled with an ttentive audience cient, beyond the countless, heart- zens of Orlando and the'strangers means of the dipping tank, which is I prietors of the Palms Auto company,
within our gates, a cordial welcomeand
anxious for further enlight- aches and suffering endured by the a generous response.I Office of Agricultural Advisorfor really the principal hope of Florida I Orlando, have purchased the Sharp

enment on the topic which has been parents, and more 'particularly b)1] am quite aware that few of you Orange County. stockmen today, and which points the : Auto company in this city and will
brought so prominent before the public their offspring. Dr. Geisel would not know me, and that my words can Orlando, March 9, 1914. way towards a new era of prosperity.I I operate the same under the name of
i have in the schools but have httl eweight. But you do know of health am conversant with the facts of
by the recent marriage law passed sex hygiene I now have state board Leesburg Motor and Machine com
the and
that
hospital, knowledge
.h in Wisconsin. Like all of Dr. Geisel's she does desire that young men and ought to have much weight.I bulletin on diseases of swine, especially this matter, and am urging stock- pany. These gentlemen have been
talks, the lecture was a forceful one, women, before their freshman year at write this letter only because about hog cholera, its nature men to take it up without delay. The frequent visitors to this, city and
f and by startling statements, backed college, should be instructed concern- somebody must do so, and my offi- and symptoms, and its prevention by bulletins may be consulted at any Leesburg is fortunate to have them
by statistics, the speaker brought ing the terrible penalties which arise cial task.position designates ,me for the the serum treatment the value of time. engage in business here.-Leesburg-

-' home to her hearers the necessity of from wrong living. The speaker CAMERON MANN, which depends on early detection and I CHAS. II. BAKER. Commercial.
action on their part for the doing again expressed the thought which President of the Board of Trustees.W. prompt handling of cases. Useful I
xY away of the 'social evil. It is the she had brought to her hearers in facts are given for the benefit of I ,
> right of every child to be well born, her talk on "Simple Life" that "real T. ENTRICAN, those familiar with the disease.I I Ladies' hair dressing, massage, I There are some time-savirF ads.
and as this is not possible unless the happiness is cheap, but that we for- Makes a specialty of painting, paper- also have full details, in govern- j! shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber in this issue, awaiting your personal
ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. I
} parents are free of disease, Dr. Gei- feit our souls for a counterfeit." Phone 636. s 1-21-lm ment publications, regarding the!I I I Shop. 1-2-tf attention-and wholly worthy of it!

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