Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00350
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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 10, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00350
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. In. PUBLISHED EVERY.:MORNING EXCEPT MOND' Y. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.



LEAVE\V[ f FROM ITS MEXICAN[ GRAVEN V[ Court ory Adjourns of the in Late Respect Solicitor to Mem- ,Bale Paint of Waste Shop in Caused Back Alarm of Finley's CRUSES[ DEATH 1 Of f 35 J ; m[ i iDr. lSIXTH LOSS

L. G. StarbuckThe for AwhileA

IS DELIVERED ACROSS RIO COUNTY AGENT TAlKS TO SCHOOLBOYS S H l lB criminal court' which met for bale of cotton waste which had CHAUTAUQUA COMES TO GAS PIPE IN CLUB BUILD-

GRANDE BY PARTYOF B S ABOUT T C CORN CLUBS the first time yesterday since the caught fire from a spark that fell SUCCESSFUL U CLOSE f ING EXPLODED CAUS-

NINE death of the tate"solicitor, Mr. L. G. upon it from a flue above came near ING HOLOCAUST

Starbuck, was adjourned a few min- to creating: a serious blaze in the bus-

C. H. Baker Pays Visit to Orlando utes after convening at 10 o'clock by iness district last night. If the fire Geisel Made Last of Spiritual

KNEW J JUST T WHERE[ TO AND IT Schools and Finds Much Judge o'clock T.in the Picton afternoon.Warlow,Followingthe until 2 had have gained been great headway before the it loss could would have Talks- and Mendelssohn Club WIRE[ DANGER[R KEPT[ FIREMAN OFF

InterestMr. Gave Last Number
call to order by Judge Warlow, been checked. Due to prompt discov-

Judge John M. Cheney addressed the ery and action the damage was slight.
C. H. Baker, the agricultural court in a tribute to the late solicitor, Attorney Jos. H. Jones was seatedin The Sunday vesper service of the

HAKES REPORT OF RETURN agent for Orange county, went to the and Judge Warlow appointed a committee the back room of his office suitein Chautauqua was conducted by Dr. AFTER THE BUILDING COL-

BUT DENIES KNOWLEDGEOF public school building yesterday composed of Judge Cheney, consultation with a client at about Carolyn Geisel}, who, through her ear- LAPSED IN SPITE OF

WHO DID IT morning, and talked to the high and Attorneys W. L. Tilden and C. P. 8 o'clock when his attention was at- nest and helpful talks and her own WATER STREAMS

grammar school boys between the Dickinson to draft suitable resolu- tracted by a popping sound beneath charming personality, has won the

ages of ten and eighteen on the sub- tions upon his death. Adjournmentwas and upon looking carefully at the admiration of all who have heard her.
Laredo, Tex., March 9."Recuerdos"remembrancewritten St. Louis, Mo., March 9.-Special)
ject of corn clubs. then taken until the afternoon, floor he discovered threads of smoke Dr. Geisel's talk for the afternoonwas
on a -Flames which caused the worst
Many of the boys evinced ready interest when the recently appointed solicitor issuing from the cracks. He lost no on the subject of the spiritual
card attached to a shovel that pro- holocaust in the history of St. Louis
in the subject, and Mr. Baker Mr. Wilbur L. Tilden, entered formally time in giving the alarm. The. fire work of the Chautauqua and of sim-
truded from an open grave was the began at 1:30 this morning when a
took their names and will have each upon his duties.A department 'responded promptly, but ilar movements, and she impressedupon
single trace found today of the partyof gas pipe in the kitchen of the Mis-
of them mailed instructions from the large number of the friends of before the department arrived Messrs. the audience that religion was
men who mysteriously entered souri Athletic Club exploded.The .
government bureau at Washington the young attorney were on hand in Ches. Magruder and Loton Finley, not only the worship of God-but
in Mexico the explosion
Hidalgo cemetery exhumed flames following }
which has this particular work in the morning to greet him, and Florist who were in the armory just across anything which may tend to help and
the body of Clemente Vergaraand burned through the building to the
charge.Mr. John Luther had sent a beautiful the street, made a dash for the side ,uplift us, as all uplift brings us God-
returned with it to Texas. Vergaras roof. The electric wires became
Baker was much pleased with bouquet bearing the good wishes of door of the Finley shop, broke in the ,ward.
body was carried( across I the short circuited, forcing the firemento
the readiness with which the boys the sender. door and kicked the burning bale of Although when the Chautauqua
Rio Grande forty-five miles above La- grope for safety or to death in the
redo early Sunday morning, and thereit responded to the idea. He explainedthat The jurors drawn for the term waste, which was resting on a plat- movement was first started there darkness.

it was a little late to take the were: Messrs. J. R. Baker, J. F. form several feet above the floor, were but sixty-five of these meetings, -
found federal official turned off the
was by a a After the water was
state officer and a county deputy movement up, but he thought it well Story, E. F. Sphaler, Albert Tanner, into the street. The department ar- but at the present time this number firemen began the work of searchingfor z

enough to make start in this direc- J. W. Conner, F. X. Schuller, J. E. rived shortly thereafter and put out has increased to three thousand, all
sheriff. Who was responsible for its bodies, but the work was ham-
tion, and there was a possibility of Irvine, E. J. Keen, M. J. Evans, A. the fire without resorting to the hose. helping the work of the churches.
removal from Mexico was a questionstill pered owing to the fact that when the
winning some of the prizes. Mr. Wichtendahl, A. G. Branham, H G. Occurring just at the hour that it I In closing the made
unanswerable. The body was speaker a building collapsed the upper floors
here today awaiting an examinationwhich Baker is anxious to have some local Porter, Jr., and C. F. McQuaig. Mostof did, when people were on the streets strong plea for the people to keep piled upon each other, slanting to the

prizes donated, and he believes that the offenders to be tried are negroes and in the theaters, a large crowd clean the of their both
city living
state authorities hope may disclose center, and the water poured upon the R
there will be no trouble in getting _a for trivial offenses. gathered in a short time, and the
something to aid them in plac- physically and spiritually. top tier left the fire still burning be-
good list from those citizens who scene at the corner of Pine and Court
ing blame for the ranchman's violent The music for the afternoon con- tween closely packed floors.
stand at all times to help of animated"excitement..
death after he was taken prisoner by. every was one sisted of the singing of the Chautauqua The property loss exceeds $100,000and
local movement. In view of the late FALSE[ REPORT[ CUES CHIEF A,short time after the fire was outa
Mexican federals. hymn, led by Mr. Carr, with Miss the total number of deaths is ,
that the of will be who business in the
boys Orange
man owns a
A superficial examination of the Branch at the piano, the song of now estimated between thirty and
getting the local prizes are likely to IQIGEIME; [ UP U vicinity puffed up and wanted to '
body disclosed two gunshot woundsin Jacobs-Bond, "A Perfect Day, by the thirty-five. ..
be incentive than the know if couldn't be done
a greater
gen- something
the head, one in the neck, a blow Hudson company, and "Oh, Divine .
eral list.OUYE1TCOMMANORYWt. about the recent ruling of the telephone -
if from rifle butt which crushed Redeemer" Mr. Carr. r
as a sung by
Says He Doesn't Depend on Outsiders to allow tel- ,
the skull, and the mutilated left hand, company refusing TOUmSTS' REST R ROOM OtNS[ '
to Get His MenA ephone'operators to answer questionsin The Afternoon Session
twisted and charred by fire, suggested -
that torture had been inflicted be- { [ to Fires ,regard to the location of fires and Yesterday afternoon the Jessie, L WITH MANY PRESENT

the like. Hudson entertained the
fore Vergara was executed. '' company ..
[ 1IUFIER[ [EASTER "The other night I had to run Chautauqua goers, their program be-
Texas rangers,of the troop of Capt. Chief William Dean of the Orlando

J.,'J. Sanders were first declared responsible fire department has his dander up three-quarters of a mile, to find out ing a very enjoyable one. Miss Hud Judge John Cheney Made.Speech and

for the return of, Vergara's because some of the out of town pa- where the fire was just because I son is not only an accomplished violinist There Were Several Responsesby

body, but lated this was denied.. 'Capt Big,, Dinner, 'Dance and Reception Will pers are making fun of the Orlandofire couldn't get the information over the: but possesses a sweet, rich i the Visitors .
Given the "' phone," ,said he. "And tonight I had voice, and her to play violin
Sanders, was one of the men who Be at Armoryin fighting outfit. One report which ability I .. .
"were informed" that the body could Near Future has made the. chief particularly shot to repeat the performance. I don't obligates to her own songs gives an: --:
see what good purpose is served by added charm to her work. Several' The room next to Mr.; W. S.'
be found at a designated place. The was that two of his firemen'were
this new ruling. The operator could old were included in her Branch's book store on Pine street'1was
resident's songs pro-
other two were,American Consul Garrett taken to a fire recently in a '
of Neuvo ,:Laredo, Mexico, and Eminent Commander S. A. Johnsonand automobile. tell one where' the fire is ,just aboutas gram of yesterday, which especially opened yesterday afternoon as a

Sheriff the officers of Olivette Command; quickly as she could refuse, and pleased the audience. Miss Lyla rest room, and largely through the'
Deputy Petty. They went to "If I had any such men as that I'd '
ery No. 4, Kpights Templar, are pre it'would certainly be of great serviceto Hortense Myers, who accompaniedMiss efforts of Mr. Branch himself the ''
the scene ostensibly to secure further like to be informed who they are, but s
paring for a great dinner-dance and the patrons. It strikes me as ,an Hudson is musician event a decided succeSs.
a thorough was
the but the
information on Vergara case, the whole story is made up of .
reception to be held'at the armory idiotic ruling, and I would, like to see her solos Nearly two hundred visitors from
admitted later that they :had been pure stuff," said the chief. "I wentto .' and piano 'were a, delightful -

told that the body had been returned. soon after Easter. the trouble to investigate, even it rescinded. feature of the afternoon.The many points" were present, and regis
The guests of honor will be the Other expressions of the same kind tered. The exercises were simple'but <.
Who were their informants was one though I knew it wasn't so, and found Concluding PerformancesThe
Masonic grand lodge officers. Thereare have been heard, and it may be that particularly pleasing and an "air'of
of_numerous questions each of the of- out who the men in question were. I
about forty of these, and the the telephone company will be askedto _Chautauqua was brought to a cordiality prevailed which is rarely' '
ficials in turn refused to answer. They They don't belong to the fire depart
guest list will include besides all the modify its rules in this respect.SLAUTER I II close last evening with an excellent found in a meeting of strangers. 'J ,, _
did.say, however, that,neither United ment at all.
members of local Masonic orders and I I musical program given by the Men- Judge John M. Cheney gave the V
States state officials had the being
nor any partin "From way reports are
a number of guests out of the order. delssohn Club under the direction of and
welcome address, spoke glowingly -
the actual trip into Mexico. circulated it would be reasonable for
Later rumors had it that former Arrangements have been made for an outsider to judge that Orlando had SELLS Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, and the of the* advantages of living in Florida -
Chef Jordan of the San Juan to crowded house which the in the
pre- < greeted with Orlando painted as
employes of the Vergara ranch, chafing no fire department whatever. The NEW P'TI7FN NS;
pare the dinner.,_which will be servedat singers proved the appreciation of most favored spot of the whole state. '
at delay in securing the body for Orlando department has equipmentand
the armory. 4 Olivette Commanderyis the Orlando people of the work be- He spoke of what a fine thing:it was ;
proper interment, had taken matters paid members to man it. The
famous for its hospitality, and the ing' done by this organization. The for people to come together for social
into their own hands. equipment is the best of its kind. Wehaven't Will Devote' His Time to the Manu-
forthcoming event is expected to first part of the program included exchange'and innocent diversions,
Surmises that Mexican authorities got an automobile truck yet.I
eclipse previous efforts. facture of His Own Bradshaw's setting of Tennyson's such would be furnished at the F
might have taken this method of will it
returning admit that we need it and get
InventionsThe the Bar" the club, in conclusion that
"Crossing sung by room, and hoped
Vergara's body were fore- in time, but there's no sense in mini-
this being followed by three numbers another would witness more
stalled by a remark of Consul Gar- ently caused no uneasiness among mizing the efficiency of the present season

rett, who expressed belief that they Vergara's friends, who pointed out department. I'm willing to put the Or- plumbing establishment be- -"Thy Beaming Eyes," by Edward adequate provisions made for the entertainment -

did not yet know of the incident. the peaceful character of the party. lando department against any similar longing to W. A. Slauter has been MacDowell; "From the Land of the of Orlando's many tourxz*

Despite the mystery as to who was Interest in Sanders' Report organization in the country for effi- sold to W. H. Ferguson, of Pine Bluff, Sky Blue Water," by Cadman, and "I ist visitors.

responsible for the return of the Austin, Tex., March 9.-Official interest ciency. It isn't fair to us for such Ark., and H. Otis Rogers, of Spring- Love You Truly," by Carrie Jacobs- Rev. Dr. Thompson, of Ocoee, formerly -

body, there seemed little doubt as to here today in recovery of the reports as that recently printed to go field, Mass. The new owners took I Bond-beautifully sung by Mrs. of New York and Georgia, and
Palmer, who later delighted all by Mr. Uriah Seely, patriotic instructor
actual facts of its .
the recovery. body of Clemente Vergara from Mexico out from Orlando. charge of the business yesterday.Mr.
her solos in the "Death of Minneha- of the G. A. R. for the department of l
There were only nine men in the was centered in the expected report The department has handled sev- Slauter is the inventor and
ha. Mr. Carr's singing greatly New spoke in as did ,,
was Jersey
who the river response
party gathered on bank of Captain Sanders, commandingTexas eral fires recently in a manner which patentee of fittings employed in
enjoyed, and he deserves highest Mr. A. C. Waters, of Garrettsville, 0. r
late Saturday night near where Ver- rangers at Laredo, one of the left no question as to its efficiency. plumbing known as "manifold fit-
gara was alleged to have been seized men to whom the body was given in tings." He has been manufacturingthese praise for the splendid manner in As soon as the exercises were over, f" '
which he has directed the work of the the visitors gathered about the taf"+
February 13 by Captain Apolonio charge.It PORTO RICANS HAVE HOPES OF fittings in Orlando on a small
Rodriguez and three federal soldiers. was Sanders' troop of rangers INDEPENDENCE I scale. It is to extend his business in Mendelssohn Club. The singing of bles and most of them were soon engrossed

A Mexican who claimed to have wit- which at first was reported to have Washington, March 9.-Special.( ) this line that he has sold his plumb- the chorus was most pleasing, and not in games of dominoes and

nessed both the execution and burialof recovered the body and an official -B. Fernadez, the special representative ing business in Orlando. The mani- only shows careful training but sin- checkers.It .

Vergara led them across country telegram from Captain Sanders to from Porto Rico, today told the fold fittings will be manufactured in cere interest on the part of each is likely that entertainment Trill

toward Hidalgo and, skirting the Governor Colquitt, the first receivedby senate committee on the Pacific Chattanooga, but for at least a while member. be provided several nights a week in.

town showed them and his will Mrs Jessie M. Thayer, played the the room. Mr. Seely is soon to deliver '
sleeping a new state department authorities, gave islands and Porto Rico that the Mr. Slauter family con

shallow grave in a far corner of the this impression. "I proceeded to Hi- United States district court in the tinue to live in Orlando. difficult piano accompaniment, while ,a lecture on his recent trip to i. s

cemetery. A rude pine box soon was dalgo, Mexico, obtained body of Ver- islands should be abolished. He declared Messrs. Ferguson and Rogers are Miss Roberta Branch was organist. Panama, and there will be other ways f

lifted out. Evidently the workers had gara," was the message given out at the court was entirely useless. newcomers to Orlando.' Mr. Rogers.I Both did their parts splendidly, although devised to pass the evenings.The .

known the ranchman, for they made the executive department early Sun- Frank Martinez and Lunerez Riveria, has bern connected for several i Miss Branch was compelled to crowd attending the opening R

certain they had the body they day night as sent by Captain Sanders resident commissioners from Porto months with the office of Mr. MurryS. I use a small instrument instead of a testified to the correctness of the" idea' '

sought. The homeward journey be- from Laredo, where he took Verga- Rico, urged the committee not to approve King, architect He is a technical pipe organ.. which Mr: Branch had when he started

gan with the party still unchallenged. ra's body. the measure for Porto Rico citizenship expert and has had considerable: to provide some place for the visitors :

Once back on American soil they rest- After a telephone conversation with stating the islanders have practical experience. Mr. Ferguson! to gather and while away their '

ed their burden for final identification. Captain Sanders at midnight, Governor hopes of independence. is a thoroughly practical man in all: TO FIX DATE FOR. VINCENTASTOR'S idle moments. This arrangement will ,

This was made by the family, Colquitt gave out a, t branches plumbing work. i WEDDINGNew I be sufficient until the end of the season tt: '

and the body was consigned to the correcting the original tel *;_;-Y COLDEST WEATHER OF SEASON The transaction was consummated I but better plans will be made fot" ,

waiting officials. statement announced that il* L SUNDAY NIGHT through the law firm]!of Dickinson &1 York, March 9.-(Special)- such a gathering place next season. .t'.;" ,

The party had no permission from had no part in the expeditit' i The mercury went to 38 Sunday Dickinson, and was i concluded in, a I It is expected that the date will be set t '' ;-' ::-

Mexican authorities to make the trip cross the international line e night, which was the. coldest of the manner satisfactory to aH parties for '{he weding of Vincent Astor and' RATE CASE STILL REMAINS UN'- __- ,

and secure the body, and Consul Gar- men responsible for the recovery" season so far. Beans and other ten- concerned. The new firm are planning -! Miss ', Helen Dinsmore Huntingtonsoon I' DECIDED ',- 1.' ; '

rett said last night that he had never the body are not known. der vegetables in low places were to enlarge their resent quartersimprovements : a.ter the arrival of Mrs. John I -. 1 ; {

requested permission from the fed- killed. There was no general frost, and to make other .' Jacob A\tor from London early next, Washington, March 9.-No decil- .'>Ji ;

erals to have this done. What complications Take home one of those beautiful but the damage in spots caused the I They expect to go in for a more ex- week. Th? wedding was settled today: ions in the railroad rate cases oroth: ;-::' 1

t if any, might result from water color pictures from Curtis & individual loss to be considerable. The tercive patronage th n their predecessor and will pftbably be solemnized early er important suits pending before".- flip'I r. ,-.

the trip into foreign territory appar- O'Neal's book and music store. fruit buds were not hurt. did. in'April at Ii ebeck. supreme court were announced :.,:.

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1 OlD HI KORY STIRRED THIN S UP with Pensacola government harbor vessels.is fairly There alive are I I I south except Section side u otherwise 3.of Washington On Orange provided street avenue in to Section from the north J.the 1iiiiii; ; illll MMMflilMMHilMIMMOIMMMMMfr

IN I[ [ARty DAYS now fourteen ships of Uncle sam's'l' aide On of Central Jackson avenue street:from the west side of

fighting force in the deep Main street to the east side of Gertrude avenue -
and more coming. The latest arrivalswere ; Today
On Church street from the west aide of .
torpedo boat destroyers. The Main street to a point 75 feet east of the
railroad track on Gertrude avenue all vehI-
presence of these vessels makes Pen- cles (except motor cycles and bicycles) must
j WHEN IT CAME TO. DOING sacola streets gay with uniforms and park at the sidewalk at an angle of forty- MO MOTION
five degrees. Within the 75 feet aforesaid on fgTY Grand TheatreTHE
THINGS IN FLORIDA the merchants and businesss men are Church street east of the railroad track no '
such vehicle shall park in any position.The S
well pleased with the increased activity
n directions for parking at the sidewalkin
Jacksonville, Fla. Mar. 9.Confederate that this brings into almost every this section and in*Section 2 do not applyto
any vehicle backed up for loading or unloading -
soldiers, the world over, revere line of trade and industry.TimesUnion which must be promptly finished.
Short Talks.A Section 4. No automobile shall be backed THEATRE BEAUTIFUL
Andrew Jackson and in
the of
name from its parking space on the parts of the
Y. view of the fact that their next re- streets described in Section 3 without first
giving one distinct signal with its horn or SIX REELS OF
union is to be held in the only city doctor bet a man a dollar that other warning apparatus. PICTURESThe

he could not get a billiard ball in Section 5. No vehicle (except motor cycles -
in' the South that was named in hon- and bicycles) shall occupy the same park best show in the South for the Money

or of that great and brave man, his his mouth. The man won the bet ing space longer than thirty consecutive min- "WHEN THE "
utes on Orange avenue from the south side of EARTH TREMBLED.
but the doctor got $15 for gettng the
services in freeing Florida from the Central avenue to the north side of Church
a blight of Indian barbarism will be ball out of the winner's mouth again. street Lubin's Masterpiece in THREE RE ELS. .A thrilling, gripping exciting and
Section 6. No vehicle (except motor cycles
of interest Another form of advertising with re- and bicycles) shall stand on the street ad- intensely interesting drama, that will hold your attention from start to finish,
ults about the same. As usual joining the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad company -
Jacksonville was named for Gen. a passenger station on the east for a showing the destruction of entire
I the advertiser spent the dollar and longer time before the scheduled arrival or an city by an earthquake. We can truthfully
Andrew Jackson, as a compliment,
departure of trains than fifteen minutes.
got fifteen in return. recommend this picture
and mark of appreciation for serviceshe Section 7. No vehicle while running on as being an exceptional one.
the parts of streets described in Section 3,
rendered to civilization in the shall be turned to go in the opposite direction Second: "HELLO TROUBLE,"* an Essaney Comedy that will not make you
either on the said streets or at the intersec-
Seminole War. There could have tions. smile, but laugh-and forget such things as fire and earthquakes.Third .
been no progress, or civilization in Section 8. No vehicle shall be stopped
abreast or left standing abreast of any other : "UNDER THE SEA One of
Selig's strongest one-reel Dramas.
Florida but for the work of Andrew vehicle (except a motor cycle or bicycle)
Jackson. Conditions in this territory stopped on the same side of the street nor Fourth "THE "
K shall any street be obstructed by any vehicle. : OF THE ROAD, Another Selig that will please the
in 1818, nearly a hundred years Section 9. Within the limits embraced be- most
tween the south side of exacting.
w Washington street to
demanded the services of brave
ago, a the north side of Jackson: street and from
and resolute man Gen. Jackson was the east side of :Main street to the east side Real Music by a Real Orchestra, which has now been increased to Five Pieces.
of Gertrude avenue, no vehicle (including
selected by the government as the motor cycles ana bicycles) shall be run at a SPECIAL SELECTIONS FOR TODAY
greater speed than ten miles per hour and
one man above all others to head the
when turning corners the speed shall not exceed -
movement against the Seminole In- eight miles per hour.* In the restof the
city the speed limit shall not exceed fifteen
dians, who had been terrorizing the miles per hour. This speed limit shall not Children lOc Adults 20c
territory for several years and comb apply to the fire department when called out
on fire duty nor to the police force or other
mitting atrocities of the most brutal peace officers when on duty.
character. Section 10. No vehicle in any part of the Be sure and procure a card and have
t :. city shall follow the fire engines or hose
In March 1818 Gen. Jackson carriages or other fire apparatus when they
was refunded. '
are responding to an alarm or returning at your money
ordered to the site of the Seminole a closer distance than one hundred and fifty
yards and vehicle following shall
: no so exceed
War. He invaded East Florida, and the speed limits prescribed by this ordi-
nance.* Continuous Performance from 3:30 to 10 P. M.IIIIMMIMMIIMIiiMMH
in a campaign of less than six weeks Section 11. No vehicles shall use the side- : .
crushed these Indians. It is related walks.
Section 12. No person under 15 years of .
by historians that in one village, not F16HT,"
age operate or run an
far removed from Jacksonville, he iAUUiILMOREmJLYAREZLucerne automobile within the city. . " " " " " . " " " "
Section 13. No automobile shall be run on MMIMIililMMHtUHMMMH" HMM
found 30 Oscalps of men, ,women and Theater, Friday, March 13. the streets or other public places without
r children, many of them still fresh, having between sunset and sunrise two bright
lights throwing the light forward. Every For Economy and
;= hanging on a war pole. Gen. Jack- automobile must be equipped with a good horn purchase

son knew that the Spaniards were in ACCIDENTSWill or ficient other brake warning in good apparatus working and order.with a suf- ; R t G H T power of your money -

t sympathy with the Indians in their Section 14. Every motor vehicle shall be doSBBD CO
equipped with a muffler or silencer, and no Rh pLTY
attacks on American settlers. After cut-out or other similar apparatus shall be ESTATE "Try Wright's" Farm
happen, but they can't stop that used. FOR REAL ,
cleaning up a number of Indian vil- continuous flow of fresh buttered pop Section 15. Every motor cycle and bicycle Business and Garden Seeds '
lages he captured the Spanish post of corn and fresh roasted peanuts. shall have one bright, light which must be 'That's,0ur in

St. Marks. For this act he was se- My little gasoline explosion put me lighted running while on the the streets motor, or cycle other or public bicycle places is Orlando Florid. bulk. "Motto"
out of business for the week Quantityand
past ,
verely censured by his government. between sunset and sunrise and every motorcycle
but as I am now well and can get and bicycle shall be provided with a
However, the naked fact is that "Old back at it again, my aim shall be to horn or other warning apparatus. Quality.
Section 16. Every hack, dray omnibus or
Hickory, was more courageous than please our customers.We
other vehicle for which license is requiredby
the men who were conducting the affairs -'! are located at 1211-2 Orange the city, or any other a vehicle engaged in Fresh Eggs 29C doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
avenue, between the J. L. Giles Real carrying freight or passengers for hire while .
of State at Washington. I Sweet Milk 13C qt II soc ico Ibs., Limes doz.
Estate company and the E. E. White- on any street or public place between sunset 150 .
Early in May 1818, Gen. Jackson. head barber shop, where we expound and either sunrise side in shall front carry a lighted lantern on Sweet Milk - 07C pint Fresh Butter Milk loc qt

closed his campaign against the Sem-I fresh roasted peanuts and fresh Section 17. All ,persons driving or riding Individual Ibs. Ass't Fruits "That Present" delivered
Package 10
f inoles in East Florida. He had popped and buttered popcorn. vehicles which are required by this ordinance by Express,
completely ; ONLY THE BEST CREAMERY to be equipped with a warning aiparatns (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
broken their power and run BUTTER USED shall make signals when crossing an intersection ,
or on turning a corner, and oa passing
them out of the territory. They. Corn popped and buttered, butter another vehicle from the rear.
caused no more serious trouble. I. cut and melted. Peanuts roasted and Section 18. No hackman. chauffeur porteror 340 Acres Good Land
other solicitor of kind shall solicit
sacked before So it any
s: During his campaign in East Flor your very eyes. passengers baggage or other patronage upon

ida, Gen. Jackson obtained Satisfactory I above.is that we have to live'up to the station the platforms nor upon or the sidewalks puts of of streets any adjacent railway '40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees two story house barn

evidence that Spanish officers One day we roast the imported thereto, except OB inch parts of the platforms ,

at Pensacola, were in sympathy with 1 Spanish peanut, the next we roast the Police, may sidewalks from and time streets to time as mark the Chief off and of best of water three lakes. Snap bargain sale.

the Indians. He promptly decided to All Famous Sun peanut So, if you designate for that purpose. And no such per. ,
are particularly fond of either we sons shall solicit patronage in a boisterous s
march against them and teach them I will nave them for you. or obtrusive manner.
Section 19. The Commissioner of Public
a lesson. The Spanish Governor of Give us a trial Remember, our Works may in his discretion establish public

West Florida, learning of Gen. Jaek80n' I Give us a trial. REMEMBER our stands for vehielp for hire, and require that iiiiminiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimim.1.1!?;; ssIJIIIIIIIIIISIuSIISSIIUI,$
aim is to please. such vehicles occupy the streets only at such HIIMMIIIMIIMIIIIiil
purpose, sent him a written. stands, when waiting for employment A
protest against his invasion. This The Feaitt & Papcm lle description of such stands when designated,
shall be entered en the minutes of the City
2M protest is now on file among the i 1211-2 S. Orange Ave. Council.
Section 20. The word -vehicle- shall include
Jackson documents in charge of the I motor cycles and bicycles unless a contrary . ORLANDO BANK i TRUST COMPANY

Tennessee Historical Society at Nash j AN ORDINANCE this ordinance.intention is expressed ia any part of

ville. The protest ,was delivered to i Section 21. Any person violating any of
the provisions of this ordinance shall be
Gen. Jackson near Pensacola, on May i i Regulating the Use of the Streets by imprisonment not exceeding tea punished days

23, but it had no effect on that determined and Other Public Places by Vehicles or by a fine not exceeding two hundred and Orlando, Florida.
fifty dollars.
M man. In reply he sent a Hackmen, Solicitors and Oth- Section 21 This ordinance shall take effect ,
peremptory demand for the I ers. on April 1,1914.Adopted CMtitie.1 at the dose ef business December 31, 1913
immedi-I March I. 1914. .
ate surrender of Pensacola a Be it Ordained by the City Gicneil of the ,E. P. SPERBY. Mayor. RESOURCESLoans
Bar-I City of Orlando: Attest:
rancas. advanced Section 1. That driving or CARL JANSEN, Clerk.
ly on Pensacola and possessed it. Two I riding any vehicle oa every the person streets of the city City 3-7-lm aad Disctnnts . . . . . . . . . . . 403OS0.M

days later the Barrancas I shall observe the following rule of the road Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . a . . . . . 36137
garrison which are applicable to all vehklei:
capitulated, were received I Rule 1. Keep to the right of the street Stocks and Beads . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33

era of'war and sent to Havana.as prison another Bole 1 vehicle Keep to to overtake the right and in permitting pass, and PAUL Cask 01 Hud and ia Banks . . . . . . . . 2M.94U7

thus the overtaking vehicle shall pass to the left Basking Howe, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
Having snatched both East of the vehicle overtaken.
and West Florida from the Indians Bole 3. Head the vehicles on the same JLMORECAP'
side of the street in one direction and when $656,332.24
and Spaniards, Gen. Jackson at once intending to stop at the sidewalk turn (if
proceeded to establish necessary, and if turning is permitted at that LIABILITIES
r a provisional point) so that the sidewalk will be at theright

government under the stars and of the driver when the stop has been ALvAREZSeals Capital Stock . . . . . . . . /. . . . . . . $100,000.00

n stripes. Having accomplished th& made.Bole 4h making a ton at a street corner StrpJw aad Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86

he returned to Tennessee, then his if the torn is to the left, go around the Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
center point of the intersection: if to the OB sale at Esks Phar- : .
right, make the torn at the middle of the
{ home.Without cross stmtSection .icy, Wednesday, March UtII,
Gen. Jackson $656,382.24
2. AU vehicles most, in stopping,
(the government restored Pensacolaand park at the curb>> close and parallel thereto, 9 1. n. Prices 51.75-$1.0'-$1.5'

St. Marks to Spain, and the Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68

Spaniards were put in passession. MMMMMtllMMIIIIMMMIMIIMIIIIiilliiiiilllfThis Deposits on Dec 31, IS13 : . . . . . . . . 521167.38;
4 Shortly thereafter, however, Floridawas

ceded to the United States and
Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The
, Gen. Jackson was made provisional Grove Land

; Governor. He served a little more officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust

: than a year, and was succeeded upon Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

a the establishment of a territorial friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .

government, by William P. Duval, as management 6f the Bank feels that this showing reflects

:e Governor.In Season's Best Bargain the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in

this financial institution. confidence and
1822 a number of pioneers held Strength begets

V a meeting here and decided to start strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-

the work of building a town. The @ ful statements to its patrons.M. .

' village was then known as the Cow M. SMITH, PresidentW.

3 Ford dians., a After name given perfecting to it an by the organi-In 75 acres fronting half mile on Orlando- M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, CashieruumfiVm

zation, the incorporation unfurled Sanford hard road. Borders a small lake,

J the banner of Jacksonville, in honor suitable for irrigation purposes. In sight of

i of Gen. ackson, who had made it
pos- and three minutes walk from R. R. station
sible for white men to live here. Ever Try our Classified Ads.

When the Confederate Soldiers Postoffice-and good hotel accommodations. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES NOTICE

: and their friends meet here for the AND DO ALL KINDS that the
,OF They have proven their worth many, Notice is hereby given Cityof
t. 24th annual reunion Jacksonville will Price $15 Per AcreIt OPTICAL REPAIRING times and will be just as valuable to Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
t impres sthem with all the force of you if put to the test. Let them be 1915, pay off with interest to that
agent in: date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19
Andrew Jackson. It is modern must be sold immediately. your
now a
Renting a house, selling property or and 20, of the City of Orlando sevener
progressive city of 85,000 populationone anything on the market, finding lost cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
of the thriving busines scepters articles ccording to the provisions made for
securing help or positonsin -
L of the New South. Its varied attractions Pn a thousand ways they can be used redemption in said bonds.

will delight all who attend Or1allo nil l B KS1 ill profitably. Dated CARL February JANSEN 11, 1914., City Clerk.

;, the reunion, and no matter how large -12-lm

the crowd maybe, Jacksonville will DR. L H. RAMSDELL Warman Repairs and Retires Baby

take care of all OPTOMETRIST Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf W. T. ENTRICAN,.
Phone 504 Watkins Block Offers to Orlando the newest and best
} (SucceuH to Dr. 0. P. Lfldif) of workmanship in the painting and
# Now's the time to subscribe. Every-
Take repairing Warman
your to on decorating trade. Phone 636.
I Court street IW-tf fMMf ORLANDO, FLORIDA body's doin' it. 1-21-lm

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ANNUAL MEETING Of AUDUBON I! 1111111111'1" =" '. .I..I.1111111111'. --' .- -- I".lt.t.III.."..=,.I'1II.= *- # ##*** 'IIIII " " ' " " " " '. . . .. . .
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Thirteenth Annual Meeting of The PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICSOF

the Florida Audubon Society was

held at the President's House, Rol- , THE AMERICAN LEAGUE

lins College, Winter Park Florida, -

on Tuesday afternoon, March 3, at : The CHICAGO CUBS .

three o'clock. The spacious rooms

were well Idled with an enthusiastic OF THE NATIONAL'LEAGUE : -

company of bird lovers from Win- >

ter Park, Maitland, Altamonte In Series of Three Games March
Springs, Orlando and other places. a 12 13 i4

The Annual Reports by the Pres-

ident, Secretary, Treasurer and Field

agent were all of an encouraging na- AT: TAMPA:

ture and various helpful letters were .
read from absent members of the

committee Florida Federation on bird of protection Women's of Clubs.A the. These are positively the only games in which the first teams of the Athletics and

brief address ,was given by Mrs. Cubs will participate in South Florida.

author Minnie of Moore-Willson a well-known, of book Kissimmee on the, This is your opportunity to see the famous infield of the Athletics; Colters,

the Seminole traffic Indians in aigrettes, with reference and of the to 1 Barry, Baker, McInnis. Conceded to be the greatest the world has ever .known.

care by the Indians of the young .
birds left to starve MIMtHttttlllMMnMMMMIIMIMtMtlitiltliMltMMMMMIilliiltMMMiMMM MM .., 'mtttu" MMMMMIIMIIMIMMMMMMMIIMMMIIIIIMHitIM
the killing of their parents. An ad-

dress of very great interest was given FOR SALE-At a bargan, if takenat
by Mr. Oscar Baynard, of Clear- once: One two-chair barber IIMIMMII8IMMMII ||

water, giving an account of his experiences shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203
warden for the National Boone street, doing good business;

Association as ,for Bird Island in ORLANDO O OPERA[ HOUSE[ limits 10 acres, 125 good bearing land just orange outside trees city, Cook With GasWe

Orange Lake, and in exploring the grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
Everglades. Mr. Baynard has for and two large pecan trees; four room
house, new barn, good horse and rig,
nearly a dozen years been a diligentand Thursday Mar. 12
enthusiastic student of bird life located farming near implements.Clear lake.This Owner place wantsto is have not said much about gas as the best

in Florida ,and the story of his experiences Will E. Culhane Presents Eugene Walters"PAID sell on account of health. Address means of cooking lately because we have been too busy
Hugh S. Miller Orlando call at
was a most delightful and or
IN FULL" 203 Boone street. 2-25-tf with other appliances but that
instructive one. He has made sev- now warm weather is

eral hundreds of photographs of Florida .
INCLUDING MtlltltMillMIMIMMISupreme coming on we are preparing for more work becausewe
the egret, the
birds, particularly EILEY O'CONNORAnd
ibis and other water birds, often lying realize that warm weather is the time when the Gas

in wait for days and wading An All.StarCast Auto Oil
through swamps and deep water in The Only Play that Ever Ran 2 Years in New York City Stove shows up to best advantage.
Winter and Summer
order to secure good pictures. His ac- You don't have to heat your whole kitchen up witha
quaintance with the habits of birds is The Best Acting Company of the SeasonIn

extraordinarily intimate, and his vol- One of the Best Plays Ever Written The oil that has hot coal or wood fire and you don't have to bring in
Produced in An Elaborate Manner
ume on the Egret, which he is now I I The play tnat is Clean and Wholesome The Play ,that stood the -supreme wood or take out the dirty ashes-all you have to do
preparing, and which will contain reproductions -
of thirty or forty of Is Worth While test is "strike the match" and turn the valve." Come in and
Prices 50, 75 and $1.00 Curtain 8:30 Sharp
these pictures, will be one of great
see our line of stoves and ranges.ORNDO .
charm. Mr. Baynard hopes also to Seats on sale at Butts. Carriages and autos may be ____h ._ THATz: -=
write a book ultimately covering the Ordered 10:50 P. M. .

life habits of all our native birds.
N." " "i"1
The address of Dr. Eugene Swope,
Goo d Gulf Gasoline
of Cincinnati. who is spending the
American Ornithologists' Union,
winter in Florida, as field agent for WATER[ & LIGHT
the Audubon Society was full of interest Washington, D. C.; Willis M. Ball, CO. .
Editor of the Florida Times-Union
Dr. Swope is also field agentof

the Ohio Audubon Society, as well Jacksonville Uneeda Biscuit 1 I
Executive Committee: Mrs.; Kings- Gas Department
as editor of a very interesting little Nourishment-fine
mill Marrs Maitland Chairman Dr. fla P. G. WALTON
magazine, "The Bluebird." He has ; Agi.
already Visited nearly forty towns ,in H. R. Mills, State Board of Health, vorpuritycrlspnesswholesomeness. " " " ( "*****" '
Vice-Chairman Mrs. W. F. All
Tampa, ;
the state, addressing the school chil-
Chamberlain, Daytonia; Mrs. E. E. for 5 cents, in the PHONES 450-269
dren, women's clubs, and the generalpub' .
Blackman Winter Park N. ABOUT FOUNTAIN PENS
; George moisture-proof package.
.; and,will spend ,the remainderof .
; George
the month in south Florida. Dr. '
Swope is thoroughly familiar with ,: Dyer, Winter Park; Mrs. Algernon - There are plenty of good fountain pens in

his subject, full of energy, is an interesting Baden, Orlando; Miss Ottylia Kokoszjwska Shoe the market and unfortunately there is also a
Maitland Mrs. Marian A. Repairingby
speaker, and has a large ; supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a
McAdow, Punta Gorda S. M. McIntyre
number of very effective steropticonviews ; better self-filling peh than the Conklin
Springs; Mrs. E. M.
illustrative of his
subjectIn Massey, Maitland; Mrs. C. H. Morse, 8Bsionet tJ and have never ,sold a better one of the other

the address of the president, Winter Park; Mrs. Kirk Munroe, type than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both
Half Soles, ?sc to 850 I
emphasis was on the fact that
more has been made duringthe Cocoanut Grove; Prof. Henry Nehr- Ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 7ScChildren' kinds on an absolute guarantee of your money -

progress ling, Gotha; W. R. O'Neal, Orlando1; .H Soles, sOcto 750 back if you want it. A good fountainpen
past than in decades
before in year the matter many of Bird Protection W. C. Temple, Winter Park; Mrs.I Hand Turned Soles, '1.00 has come to be almost a necessity to ,every
Katherine Tippetts, St. Petersburg !I Heels Repaired, 250
business man or woman. If have
as far as legislaton is con- you ,
Judge T. Pictoll Warlow Orlando
cerned, both federal and state. The Oscar E. Banya4Clearwater. ;"!I BiscuitRound All work returned in 24 hours. or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us
without remittance
Orders returned -
the. tariff law prohibiting all impor- show the sort.
The meetin journed. .I IUNCORD C. 0. D. We pay you guaranteed
tation of birds of plumage, and the I thin, tender- return postage.

passage by the Federal Congress of PARK with delightful flavor W. S. BRANCH, .
the law protecting migratory and in-
-appropriate forluncheon -
sectiverous birds, and the clause in A. The Arcade Book and Music Store
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. tea and dinner.
Dunn, of Con-
passage by the last Florida Legisla IQ East Pine StreetORLANDO
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cord avenue, left for their home in 10 cents.GRAHAM.
ture of laws protecting the robin, : FLORIDA I j I
Morristown, New York, ,
providing for a license, short- Sunday. .
gun ..+ *. **. MMMTo +
ening the Mr. and Mrs. Gage, of Oakland, T 4
game season, prohibitingthe
spent Sunday at their home here.
trapping and baiting of birds and 4S .
Mr. Williams recently sold lot t THE WEST
all shooting at night and providing, a 9
on Lexington avenue to :Mr. Brown, of
for Fish
a and Game Commission, VIASEMINOLE
New Hampshire. Mr._ Brown will \
with wardens in
every county,
build a pretty bungalow on the lot. /
public opinion is [ LIMITEDLv
awakening to the importance of this :Mr. Carlos Rowe, of Keesville, N.Y. : .

subject and give encouragement to ., has just completed a very nice Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm
all bird lovers. house on one of his lots on Lake Con- CRACKERSA Ar Jacksonville __________ 7:30 pm Just arrived load
Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm car
The following officers were elect- cord.Miss Etta Ruth Sligh, of Columbus, Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L__11:10 pm immediate -
ed for the coming year: food for every day. Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am FORDS for
t Ohio is the
President, William F. Blackman" guest of Mr. and Mrs. Crisp, tasty and Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 amT
W. H. Baker. Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.3:55 am delivery.Get .
Winter Park; Secretary, Mrs. I. Van- strengthening. Fresh Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am ,
derpool, Maitland; Treasurer, Mrs. L baked and fresh de Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am .- ',
The State
P. Bronson, Maitland. of Ohio advises that its r Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 pAr yours now
wards and people in general be fed livered. 10 cents.
Honorary Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm
President : on fish, because, they are nutritiousand Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm F. G. RUSH, -
Theodore Roosevelt, Oys- _______
can be for six Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C. 9:35 pm .
ter Bay, N. Y.; Gov. Park Trammell, purchased centsa Ar Cairo, 111., L C._________11:07 pm Phone 226
pound. The State of Ohio must Ar Carbondale 111. I. C.12:13
Tallahassee; Kirk Munroe, Cocoanut am
be dreaming-fish sell for 15 to 19
Grove. Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C.____ 7:05 am
cents a pound in this corner of the I
Vice Presidents: Miss Maria R. Au- State. Ar Centralia, 111., I. C.____ 1:38 am
dubon, Salem, N. Y.; Otto L. Dom- Ar Matoon, 111., I. C.______ 3:30 am
merich, New York; Lincoln Hulley, Ar Champaign, 111., I. C____ 4:29 am G
President of John B. Stetson Univer- W. T. ENTRICAN, Ar Kankakee III, I. a____ 6:20 am
Painter and interior decorator. New Ar Chicago, 111., I. C.______ 7:50 am
sity, DeLand; Mrs. H. B. Whipple, ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636.
Maitland; Frank M. Chapman, Presi- Expert workmen employed. : Solid Through Trains-Composed of

dent of the Audubon Society of the observation, compartment, drawingroom

State of New York; Wm. C. Comstock NORTH MAGNOLIA AVENUE Buy biscuit baked by section, sleeping cars, aid free

Winter Park; Rt. Rev. Cameron PROPERTY FOR SALE reclining chair cars, between Jackson-

Mann, D. D. ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand
Bishop of South House and four vacant lots frontingon NATIONAL -
Florida, Orlando; Hon. W. A. Blount, Magnolia avenue; also other lots BISCUIT St. Louis. _All meals in dining

Pensacola; Hon. L C. Massey, Or- fronting on Colonial Drive. Will sell car.For
lando; C. H. Morse, Winter Park; Dr. in part or the whole., This is our COMPANY tickets and Pullman car reser-

Theodore S .Palmer, Assistant Chiefof home place that has never been of- I Always look for that name rations, call on,

the Bureau of, Biological Survey, fered for sale before. Best building W. R. JO'NEAL, City Ticket Agent,

United States Department of Agri- location in the city. Call at 703 North D. W.or WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. Subscribe I br r t tile Seflue1 1 1f.

culture, Washington, D. C.; R. W. Magnolia avenue. A. Y. Fuller. Atlantic Coast Line,

Williams Representative of the 3-10-3t Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. Orlando.

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9 South Florida SentinelMORNING R I I I

AND WEEKLY March 9.- I
JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. Co.
Entered at the pwtoffice at Orlando. Florida ) and author, 1C5011- veS
u Second Claw Mail Matter. Berkeley'


advertising CoP for must display be handed and all in at other the band-set business BRYAN WILL
ffke of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. done
the day before publication. This rule appliesto AMERICA :I DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STOREOrlando's [
chances for contract advertising: it is i'
iavariahle and win be strictly adhered to. sold
March 9.-( I I

One Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES.......:.$5.00 he will visit
Six Months ................... 2.50 : Ecuador favorite Shopping o
Three Months ................. 1.25 Wax countries
In Adrance. .'
$ this summer

TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1914. -
- whether PLACE
The Live Oak Democrat gives an of .
interesting account of the methods of up ,
{ cultivation employed by Capt. W. J.
Hillman on his three hundred acre
a farm near that town. Capt. Hillman
; believes in deep plowing and pulverization per NOW
t of the soil, and J is making It is a source of pleasure to us to
money on an upland farm in a sectionof ;
the state which doesn't grow citrus THE announce the opening of our i iII
fruits. $
o N. I

4 Oscar the in exemption Underwood his opposition clause is perfectly to of the the repealof Pan-consistent this SALES. I N W T TO1Next R

ama canal act. The Democratic plat-
form declares for the exemption and J ,
$ ( )
Underwood has stood consistently for
everything that the platform called per
for. He is not to be classed with oth- 2.75
er congressmen who have not been for | Feet of Wednesday week, the

' assert consistent that in they this are respect opposed who to now the, $ ( Eighteenth day of March, Nii e-
president's plan of repealing the ex- " .
emption clause because the Demo- teen Fourteen.
cratis platform stands for exemption.Old .
"Facts and Figgers" Light, of
Marion county, has busted loose in
the Ocala constituents Banner something again, and is to givinghis chew to 'A COMPLETE[ [ STORE[

I City
over. He says that fifty. per cent. of a
the representatives in congress are '
lawyers and yet the farmers number to i
Representing Dry Goods Millin-
more than one-third of the entire pop- ,
" ulation and represent two-fifths of
the wealth but have less than five was ery, Ready.to.WearMen's Fur-
per cent: of the representatives and ton, or
' .less than seven per cent. of the sent nishings, Groceries etc., etc.
ators. His conclusion is left for the
reader to infer. 'Mr. Light is a farmer -
; he would like to go to congress.
o A. J.Rock 25
f- Orlando's sixth annual Chautauquaclosed
last night after a continuousrun ENGRAVING't
of nine days, all filled with ex- = , ,
cellent attractions of the kind that
not only entertained but were instructive . .. -. ..

-s somewhat and uplifting.apprehensive The Sentinelwas in view to to ; ; ; 'DEPARTMENTS[r [ IS I All. .

of the many events which had crowded -
: the boards for the diversion of
the people that the Chautauqua would It represents the fruition of an
_f. not be patronized as it deserved to I
? be, but to admit that
we are glad we :
ideal to the development of
were wrong. From the opening session he
to the last the numbers
were the life and low
well patronised, and the season as a ed which we have devoted much
whole was unqualifiedly successful. of supplies
This speaks volumes for the intelli-. repair thought.
gence. and liberality of Orlando peo-: of
ple. It is not the poorest of recommendations -i by .
for a place to be "a good You invited
show town." Orlando has proved its he are cordially
i title to this distinction this season.
. The attractions have been of all ,
' presentSouvenirs
generous patronage. It is a trail f
classes, and most of them have re- FULLER
source of genuine satisfaction that but I
ra the pot pourri that had preceded the
Chautauqua did not appease the appe- "
tite for the more wholesome and en-
lightening.It .
i is only a matter of time before ,
p all the cities in Florida that are real-
the ladies from the
ly worth while will have commission for Dry
government. Those towns which have
taken the initiative may be placed Goods and Grocery Departmentsand
a in the ultra-conservative class. They
, are Pensacola, St. Petersburg, Or- Is Your Heart "In for the men from the Men's
lando and Lakeland. Mayor McKay, ,
of Tampa, says that he will submita
Isn't it about time you "elected" Furnishing Department.
commission charter to the next leg.
dreams as mistress of heart
islature for Tampa, which the people your
sented her with
will vote upon, of course. In West
Palm Beach the agitation has been '
x going on,for some months, and while An Engagement ,
there is little interest shown it is
probable that the matter will be You can win any girl's heart
r brought to focus before the next leg- Just show her the newest designs
Mail Order
islature In Our DepartmentIs
is some convenes.talk of adopting Gainesvillethere a commission the setting she prefers and we'll r e
' charter, and several other mond of the purest water.
towns, including Palatka and St. Au- We have wedding rings, too.
gustine, have had spasmodic attacksof a great help to our out-of-town customers, makeuse

the demand for a change. Jacks of it whenever you can. Samples or information
sonville has been trying to have its
charter changed for many years, but I cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
the political managers always fix:' Write for one of our illustrated mail order cata-
either the Duval representatives or .
the charter and when Jacksonville be- logues. We invite comparison values.
gins to look into the question it is to
find always that the charter hasn't l
been mended yet. All of this agita- .
tion will help to pass Harry Gold
stein's proposed bill to allow cities tot T Evans the

change their own charters without ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLAQETHE
having to go to the legislature every
c time an amendment is needed. We
c are assured that there are times and
x seasons for all things, and the propi- Orange Ave. Orlando n
tious time for wholesale charter EXPERT REPAIRING AND
: changipg will be ripe about the session -
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Eating Pure Candy is More Than a !I I FAVORITE THEATRES Walter Drennen Greeted by Fashion ,IF. .0. rllz;) 1

ROBINSON A STARKEY, Managers g able Audience at Royal

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. j i I Palm HotelA !
a Open 9 a.m. to 10:30 P. M. I
I Admission 5 cents large and fashionable audience
Of course, hundreds of people allover the country : i
I DGI GDc X Dc XIDGXGD G! greeted Walter Drennen last night at
I eat Candy just because they like Candy just to : PROGRAM the Royal Palm Hotel. Mr. Drennen '

L : satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also : Eclair. "Jacques, the Wolf." ,A 2- gave a recital for the Ladies' Friday

: have done the same thing many times. : reel drama of the great Northwest, Musicale Club, and he is a singer of JewelryThe

I I with the picturesque background com- wide reputation and the event was of

: If we can convince you that pure candy is mon to that country. It is more than more than ordinary musical impor

of interest. Jacques, known tance. Besides members of the club variety of arti-
: healthful really beneficial from a food standpoint ordinary
through the Northwest as "the and their friends a number of the
I why then you'll realize that your.money is well Wolf," possesses a complex nature winter residents at the hotel enjoyed cles shown in our storeis
spent when you buy Candy from our large assortment unfamiliar to modern civilization, but, the occasion.Mr. .
very great.
according to authority, it is not an Drennen's recital was more in

: uncommon character in the land the nature of a musical study for the

II where Indian has mixed with French benefit of the club members than it We have for you all

and English, and certainly it is one was a popular entertainment. In his
of the most interesting charactersthat program he showed the developmentof that is newest and best

BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN f : could be imagined, interpreted, song composition from the sixteenth in Jewelry.

as it is, in a most intelligent and century to the preset time,

vigorous manner by 0. A. C. Lund. illustrating the various steps of pro D
I with from the The Every article will D
The home of pure home-made Candies : Powers. "The Houseboat Elope gress songs period.
ment." A Powers comedy. When program was divided into four groups,
I of satisfac-
the first dealing with the early give years
father goes back on his word,. the

Orange Avenue couple escape in a houseboat with. the French and Italian music; the second tion-only goods of qual--

I license and minister. with the old German folk songs

I upon which so many of the operasare ity offered under our 1

.. .11..11..1..1..11..1..111".1111111..1..11. based and the third and fourth .

CARTER-CLICK groups with some of the old Hungarian guarantee. 1

Mr. Fred H. Wilson, of Toledo, folk songs, the early English
Mrs. Emily Jane Carter and Mr. and down to those of modern
Ohio, is in Orlando today a guest at songs on -
WADE Finley B. Click were united in mar- times.
the San Juan.
THE TUNER riage Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, The rare sympathy and power of Allen & Co. ,

ORLANDO, FLA. Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson of the First Mr. Drennen's fine bassocantantevoice
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith, of Shef-
Baptist church being the officiating JEWELERS
was well demonstrated. He isan
fered Pa., are ,among the late arriv-
als at the San JU n. minister. The couple left shortly extremely well trained singer and Everything Guaranteed.
after the for Mr. Click's
,ceremony his voice with
Mrs. Harry DeLaney returned yes- ,- consummate

terday from DeFuniak Springs, where Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ford, of Mem- home, near Sanford. The cermony kill. He possesses an unusuallywide Reliable Repairing.MIIHIittlilMIOHMiilttHMMIMIittlMilHIIHIt.
took at the home of the bridein
she has been for the past few weeks. phis, Tenn.,.are among the arrivals at range and his low notes are especially -
the southern suburbs of Orlando.
effective.Mr. .
the San Juan yesterday.Miss >

Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Duke have returned Drennen was accompanied by

from a tour of the southern B. Merckle and Harry Merckle, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. :Tippins have issued W. S. Branch, Jr. Both are from Or.

part of the state and are now at homeat of Daytona, were included in yester- invitations to the marriage of lando and returned here this morn-

Duke, Hall to their friends. day's arrivals at the San Juan. their daughter, Emma Mae, to Mr. ing.-Fort Myers Press of Saturday,

James Nixon Burden, on Tuesday :larch 7."Ivanhoe. b. cD

evening, March the twenty-fourth, at =o===
Capt. :M. Broward came down yes- Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Taylor, of Clev-
eight o'clock, First Methodist, church, ," given at the Favorite .
terday from Jacksonville to visit his land, Ohio, were among the promi- ,
daughter, Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, and nent arrivals at the San Juan yes- Orlando, Florida. The couple will be theater last night, was one of the best

his two sons, Montcalm and N. B., Jr. rday. at home at 412 South Main street, pictures shown in Orlando., and was
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-u:->r. after April 10. witnessed by full houses. :Mr. H. J.

Mr. Clem Satterthwaite left yes Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vaigh and fame Robinson, the general manager, is tobe

terday for his home in Waynesville, ily have arrived in Orlando from Mrs. Ethel McMakin will be hostessfor congratulated on the class of films I have .loari'n im-
N. C., after a two weeks visit with Chattanooga and expect to spend .a pretty card party to be given at he is using, and when he advertises a money :

Mr. Frank Guernsey and :Mr. Jenkins some time in this section.Mr. the Keystone on. the evening of special feature as being good as well

Dolive. .... March 11th. educational and interesting ,you

-- and Mrs. D. A. Sightier and can be sure to see just what is ad proved city property.
Mr. W. E. Roberts will leave tomorrow little one, ,of Andalusia, Ala., left PLAY AT THE ROSALIND CLUB vertised. I

for his home at Bargersville, Friday afternoon for their home aftera FRIDAY 'EVENING

Ind. Mr. Roberts has spent the past brief visit to relatives and friendsin TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

month here and declares there is no Orlando. p
On the
Friday evening amusing
) like Florida. WANTED-Good stenographer, at -
place play, "Mr. Smith in Search of a once. Apply B. M. Robinson, Court s. : VTA.
Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. L. Austin, Cook," which was recently given in House. 3-10-6t ..

l. Mrs. H. E. Bates left yesterday and Mrs. C. C. Phelps, of Chicago, Winter Park, will be presented at the -'

for her old home in Indiana.. She who are touring Florida, arrived in Rosalind club. Mrs. Blackman, Mrs. WANTED-Small furnished house

will stop en route at Biloxi, Miss., Orlando yesterday and ate pleasantly Dyer, Mrs. Powers and other promi- for the summer. Address E. E. Phone 172Package

and New Orleans. Mr. Bates will domiciled at the San Juan. nent society women of Winter ParKare 3-10-3t Ireland, care Willola hotel, city. t ,

join his wife in about three weeks
included in the cast, while the
and z.fter arranging their affairs in Rev. S. Thompson, of Rensselaer- play itself 5s the work of a sister of LOST-Black horse, white star in fillMIIIIHIIIMIMtlMIMHIttni. . HIMMH

Indian., will come to Orlando to: re ville, N. Y., who is in Orange county ,Mrs. McDonald. A musical program forehead, about 14 hands high,

side. enjoying a visit to his dd home in will precede the play and the entire weighs 1200 pounds, carries tail a MiMMMIIIIIHIHIIIIIMtHMIMMtMlttllMlllilSiMl '
little on one side. Richard Carter,
Gotha, in Orlando fo while
was ? a will doubtless most
program prove Lake Mary, Fla. 3-10-3t
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tetrick and yesterday greeting old friends. He entertaining.AT --

Mrs. Z. T. Righter, who are among found time to pay the Sentinel an LOST-On Wednesday morning, in

Orlando's popular winter residents, appreciated call. the Presbyterian church, or on the
r t
expect to leave today for Tampa, street between the church and the [ [
opera house, a black fur neck piece.
where they contemplate spending the Mr. and Mrs. E. Bartley Long, who Today -the management of the Please return to the Keystone hotel

next few days. Upon their returnto have been spending the past four Grand theater will present the strongest and receive a liberal reward. It
Orlando they will remain here until months at 203 W. South street, start
\ program ever given in that house.In .
some time in April before goingto tomorrow for their home in Kansas FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house,
order to this phenomenal
their homes in West Virginia.Mr. City, Mo. This is their first trip to procure garden and farm land, on Conway
Orlando, but they contemplate returning show it was necessary for Mr. DeLa- clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. We will give,a package of Warner's Spaghetti free \
ney to make a trip to Jacksonvilleand 320lmd&wFOR
William Reed, of Jersey City, early next fall.
spend some time there conferringwith with every purchase of a package of Warner's Maca
who has been visiting in Orlando for
the "movie gods" at first hand. SALE-Ten acres of land; one
.the last two winters, has come to Mr. W. A. Wells, a prominent busi- acre in bearing six I
The performance will lead off witha orange grove;
Florida again. This winter he..has ness man of St. Paul, Minn., arrived acres cleared; part of land suitablefor roni.Take
:spent some time in Miami; then he last night to spend the remainder of three-reel Lubin production" called gardening and trucking; located advantage of this special offer. Good for
"When the Earth Trembled. Thisis
half mile from city limits on public
went to Palm Beach, and from there the with his wife who has
season week
a marvellous reproduction of the road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., this only.
has come back to Orlando. He says been in Orlando some weeks with her Frisco" earthquake, showing the care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf

there is no place he likes better than atjrr, Senator J. E. Buxton, on Lucerne -
destruction of the entire city, inter-
Orlando, nor has he seen any place Circle. Mr. Wells has visited
woven with a thrilling tale of love
that has improved more than Orlando. Orlando on several occasions, and has
and intrigue, disaster and heroism. am now organizing an excursion
This is his third winter at the many friends who are glad to see The[ play was produced by an all-star party to New York and Albany, via THE SANITARY GROCERY
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wherry.Mrs. him. Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe,
cast at an immense cost and there is April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25

not a dull or uninteresting momentin from Orlando to Albany, which includes CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
J. Edward Ensign has returned Among the new arrivals coming to the whole three reels. baggage transfer in Jacksonville -
to their home, "Interlachen," Orlando to spend the early spring and New York. Special reduction -
The feature will be followed by 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
at Lake Underhill, after a trip to months is Mrs. Annetta B. Rafter, ; to those starting at Jacksonville
three single reel subjects, the first being or stopping at New York. For good 3
Jacksonville and Charleston with ftr.{ widow of the late Rev. W. W. Rafter,
"Hello Trouble. An Essanay berth and rooms make reservations
Ensign, who later returned to Mary- who was for many years prior to his comedy that will chase away all now of C. P. Smith, Hand building, FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
land to resume his duties as presi- death dean of the First Episcopal corner Orange avenue and Church ; CUT
thoughts of fire and .
dent of the H. G. & M. Aailroad. At church of Dunkirk, New York. Mrs. earthquake.Two street, before :March 21. 3-5-tf '.1111111111111111111111111111111111111.1111'.111111
interesting and well acted dramas -
Charleston she saw snow five inches Rafter came from her present homein
will conclude the performance.The .
deep and the mercury standing at 22. Denver for rest from her arduous Want advertising will make "cash
will be strengthenedby .
Needless to say she was glad to get: church and musical work. She is Mr. Hauselt and his 'cello, makingfive sales" for you of your unused things

back to the sunshine of Orange coun-I stopping at the Empire hotel -without much delay, or bother or ONE 1913
pieces in all, and one of the best

ty. orchestras of this kind in the South. expense.
The regular meeting of the Equal Hudson Touring Car

Dr. J. F. :McKinnon, superintendentof Suffrage League will be held Wednes- LUTHER THE FLORIST

public instruction, Mrs. Ora D. day morning at 10 o'clock, at Unity NOTICEI DRIVEN 3,000IILES
hereby give notice that I will not Cut Flowers
Winter Park All those interested in the ,
Layton, principal of the Chapel. be responsible for any debts contracted -

high school, and Mr. J. A. Osteen, cause are invited to be present. by my wife, Mrs. Odessa Broome ROSES, VIOLETS,

principal of the Oakland-Winter Gar- Carland. ABSOLUTELY PERFECT CONDITION

den high school, left yesterday after C. W. Riley, the photographer, has PAUL CARLAND. CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
noon for Fort Myers, where there will .moved his business from 405 Hughey POTTED PLANTS A BARGAIN AT ,

be convened today a meeting of the I street, and can now be found at 303 Eat what you want. r

superintendents and high school prin- Garland street. Call and see him. Eat all you want. "

cipals of the state. The session will 3-7.1w Take a postscript and forget it. $1,100
For sale by all druggists. Good Wood $1.50
continue until Saturday. State Supt. l7d&w.lyrAlso

Sheats will be in attendance, and a WOOD, COAL AND ICE Belter Wood $2 and $2.25

of intimate inter- Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand's
number of subjects up. a reliable warm wave can find<
est to the schools of the state will be Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf i I profitable employment during the Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.

discussed. Dr. McKinnon will lead a month of March.OSTEOPATHY.
discussion on the subject "Should the Eat what you want This won't last long, 1

County Superintendent be ex-Officio Eat all you want. Stock up while you can.Orlando All Night ServiceAJAX
Take a postscript and forget it.
Member of the County Board? For sale by all durggists.

l-T-d&w-lyr I DR. J. C .HOWELL Wood Yard
+ TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO TIRES don't cost more and are guar
; any
Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointment
Chiropodist for both men and wo T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
104 W. Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.r .
Manicure, pedicure, face and No extra charge for house treatment .
men. 2 Orlando. 3-5-tf
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L Telephone connections B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor I
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over Office cor. Orange and Central Area
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm For the news, read The Sentinel I

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LASTING 30 DAYS combings to us. Don't destroy Farm of twenty acres, about ten a sure way for results. The little
I II them. We will make what you want acres cleared, about seven acres cul
1-10 south advertisements that needs to
No. 21-2
acres, miles cry your
Come and see our stock and examineour tivated. 21.2 miles west of TaftP.
The reason a political job is spokenof east of city, on hard road, all improved ;: MUNNIMAKEBSVotitm work. We invite inspection. If 0., near Lake Davis. Good wire the multitudes, and bring results, no

a berth is because it brings so ; 175 budded orange and grapefruit 9t last Wanted, 9* Sale, F. you haven't the hair we supply it fence on three sides. Small new matter what thing or man or opportu-
trees just coming into bearing; Rent etc. far this colon. 25c for MM dv.Me Our stock is genuine. We make everything house and well About 15,000 feet of
men to life for the,first time. nity you seek. Merchants find them
many house the land the bestNo.
7-room is of ILOO for for
; for tkrM ten: w OM vwk. Will
order. cash for suit-
to timber. Land all and
saw dry
2- .Two 3-ecre young groves inside U w idi .r .... M uy Baft unmyuvUM pay I effective as business getters, and use
combings. Nicholas Nicholas, 303 able for trucking or citrus fruit Am
tdrcrtiMBnto for this coluu, u M
;; The early bird is reputed to get the of city, nicely situated to divide IDIerdIeI win lie made ea ewdit Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm too old to work it and will sell at a them regularly. People in all the

worm-but the night hawk has been into home lots. bargain. Owner, Box 137, Taft Fla. walks of life use and read them.
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6- DASHEENS.The .
known to get the too industrious early room house and 200 bearing grove; WANTED-Lady or gentleman book- South's substitute for the Irish 2-27-lm-d&w Just try a Sentinel want ad. to
little book work.
bird. the 5 acres is garden land divided in keeper to do" Sentinel extra 5-2t potato. Very productive. More Ladies' hair dressing, morrow-you will be pleased with the
"D massage
Address care
acre lots and recorded.No. yields up to 500 bushels per acre. En- results. ,
marvels 4-5 acres east between Amelia dorsed by the Agricultural Department shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
The Kansas City Journal and Concord avenues, just over city WANTED-To rent six or seven Washington, D. C. Now is the Shop. 1-2-tf
that there are four hundred billionsof limit line; a part of it to bearing room cottage, close in. Must be time to plant For seed apply to Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles
people on this earth and none of grove and grapery; a fine 8-room reasonable. Address J. L. D., care P. F. LAUBACH, Read Sentinel want ads. on Court street 12-5-tf
them will loan a fellow some money. house and other buildings. This is a Sentinel 3-6-4t Orlando, Fla.
rare bargain to get a city home just
thus. first-class tickets to
T'was ever over the city line. Give this your at- WANTED-Two FOR REN'l ,
Cincinnati Call
tention.No. or beyond phone illHillMiMIMIIIiltllltailllllMtmiMMOMMMjThe
k There are now two million auto- 5-40 acres, 20 improved with 366. 3-5-3t
in the world it is stated. 500 choice bearing orange trees, south FOR RENT FURNISHED-A pleas-
mobiles ,
side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; WANTED AT ONCETwentyfivefamily ant bed room, three blocks from AltamonteALTAMONTE
Sometimes when a fellow is in a hurry fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room washings at 50 cents each. court house. No children. Apply at
s to cross a street it seems that cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and Home Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla the Woman's Exchange. 2-27-tf

there are about that many blockadingthe shade; tennis court (cement); the Reel. 3-4-St SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
show place of the South, known as FOR RENT-5-room house, partly
way. the Foss Grove. On account of the FOR SALE furnished. See Frank Soper, Room beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L

death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no An elegant modern home; four bed- 3, MNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t I R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served in interior

We have seen tipsy men try to talk longer attend to the estate. This rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
-also men after a public banquetand means sell it. tricity throughout; fruit trees and FOR RENT-Large attractive room most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
No. 6-Several nice homes, close to Central in new bungalow Ridgewood
509 East avenue.
; gathered more enjoyment out Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. 215tfHttMIMMMMIIMimmiltltMMMMMIMIMMM flowers. .avenue. 2-4t1 high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.

of some of the former than out of Also choice lots, close in. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
some of the latter.A If you want to buy for home or investment Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve
I am a leader along these *.; ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
lines. Call or phone and make date
Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
generous sobbing spell seems to for investigations.Open

be as satisfying to a woman as a two-I evenings.
19 W. Church St Phaie 398
One Left to Sell
pound box of candy and s much bet- Bungalow
GEO. E. BATES & SON Proprietors
ter for her physcally. It is also an MISCELLANEOUS ,

economic feature that should not be (Summer Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
A quaint, delightful little town in M. J. DAETWYLER iilMlimmmiMMIHMIilMiMMIIiMltlllliNew

which to spend a few weeks en route _ _ ___ __ ___ _____ _
After a man is married a few years north. Heart of the mountains. Tonic ______---- ___ _ _ _ _

7 he has a good many laughs on himself climate. Scenery unsurpassed. Par- .
ticulars, Miss Willis, Dixie Hall. Phone 563
3 when he thinks of the many 3-8-6t

times he was afraid he had offended I have few work for
a days a good
bis sweetheart by too forward lovemaking. carpenter. 308 West street It IIMMIIIIIIIIIIIMHimmmMHIMMIMMKFOR Spring MaterialsIn

i ,I FOR SALE-Automobile, and city I
lots from $125 t o$225 apiece. Wm. '
The can't be danced in Rhode I. Higgins. 3-8-6t SALE FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom Ratine
i tango Embroidered Crepes
; Foulards
Six hundred acres timber land, and to persons wishing subtrban ,
Island-there isn't room enough ink FURNISHED ROOMS in new modern tiolS also 2 good
ten acre orange grove, with two milesof aoearnm ; acres
that state. The dancers would not home. Light housekeeping if bike shore, near Winter Garden, track land, dose UL Good opportunity Crepes Dainty Flaxons. The latest stylesin
i I[ desired. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next, ,
Address "A
3 care to be caught swishing their doorjtojhe Wyomingjiotel. one of the greatest trucking and for right person. ,
centers of Florida. The Sentinel 9-8tf
citrus orange
P lingerie over a corner of Massachu- ROOME FOR RENT for light house- Millinery.
will interest the whole
crop pay on HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms,
letticftt Inlet of the Atlantic keeping. 307 E. Pine St 3-8-6t investment Terms. S. S. Griffin, modern; located at 311 N. Orange

ocean. Even the fish in the water Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave-

would skurry away in terror. on Cmit street 12-5-tf nue. 2-24-tf MISSES HAULM & DID ..
FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand I
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN unimproved land. See S. S. FOR RENT-New four room unfur-

FOR SALE While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm nished flat with bath. Address
603 W. Pine. 3-5-3t
"News" sightseeing automobilesfor FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade
20 acres located three miles from Lookout Mountain, Point Park, citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando FOR RENT Elegant furnished Agents for Barclay Corsets
:, city on proposed brick road; eight Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary i and Oakland brick road,. and %1.2 rooms for light housekeeping. 406
acres bearing grove; two acres miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, East Pine street 2-4-6t
cleared and ten acres timber; four Ridge and historical points. For reservations Orlando, Fla. MeOuTs Patterns

room cottage. Price $3,500. address 910 Market street HOUSE FOR RENT-210 North Or-
C 25 acres four miles from city; ten 3-3-Apr.23 FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will ange. Apply G. A. Baas, care Or- ,
E acres in grove, four hundred bearing exchange for second hand buggy.M. lando B. & T. Co. 3-7-6t
Y7 orange and two hundred three-year- Try the Sentinel Job DepartmentMMMHmttttHMIMM W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, tilMIM*
old grapefruit trees; twelve acres Orlando. 222.14 FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, elec- : IMIMMMItlHIIIHIIHIIIIIIIIIIMIMReal
Y fruit land and three acres garden tric lights, bath; close in; large I
f land; cottage and barn, located ont I FOR SALE-Upright Schaffer piano, veranda and yard. 7 W. Robinson : Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION

lake front Price $5,000. ( elegant mahogany case,and bench; avenue, Orlando. k8-3t t
70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland ForSaleModern at a bargain. Must sell at once. ROOM, with or without board; mar- : !
; three and one-half, miles from Party going North. Apply 412 North ried couple or two young men; private I
? city. Price, $30 per a. re. f I II Orange avenue. 3-4-3t family; single or double beds. I.offer for $1,900- ; two-story, six-room cottage, with
Five-room cottage and lot one hundred Terms very reasonable. 25 Gould St : West street north. i
307 ,
'" by four hundred feet; located on FOR SALE-Shetland pony, harness 3-8-lt I rose house and shed. .Located
r main highway leading out of city. I 8-room ;: and cart. Will sell at bargain if LOST-Fox terrier puppy, black and : Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also ;

Price $2,000.Five bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne white. Suitable reward if returnedto six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special ;
acres of bearing orange grove, j House 2 doors Circle. 3-7-lw-d&w basement .
z No. 9 Liberty street 3-5-lt I heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy
well located. Price $2,000.
140 acres overlooking a beautiful | west of Wyoming WANTED LOST-United Commercial Travelers :; wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or ,
lake, one and one-fourth miles from WANTED-By a lady, position as Past Commander's emblem; cres- furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery. ;

; railroad station and packing house; i Hotel. Bar- assistant in office of doctor or dent to cent this shape office, white and get and reward.gold. Return R. B.I:I House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These :

20 acres bearing orange grove containing I ist Not any- objection to leaving Phillips. : lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I ;
fourteen hundred trees. The city. Address E. W., Box 202, Or- commission. ,
remaining land is high grade fruit igain. lando, Fla. 3-8-3t LOST-White crochet shawfbetween offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's *

and garden soil Price $12,000. WANTED family washings at Park's tent and Orland hotel, Sat- : Open to all.
2,000 acres choice fruit land, well from 50 cents Home urday afternoon. Return to 814 N.
once up.
located. Can be had at a bargain.J. Orange avenue and receive reward. COY
A. L. Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. E. N. ;
Bentley 3-8-3t
E. CRAWFORD, ::i | 3-8-
Office Over Blue Drug Store, LOST-Pearl pendant Finder return : M7 West St. Nortli,0rlaedo
w' 117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, i:;:; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUElltllHtlHItltlMiMHIII: WANTED AT ONCE to Sentinel office or to J. H. I
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The stupendous photo drama in 3 acts and eight parts
100 Rooms AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN New aid Modern

Performances lasting 2 J-4 hours atLUCERNE '
Electric Elcntor-Steam Heat Bitht-Hat and Cold Water ia Each Room

Cut Rates to January I, 191$ .
Meals. 50c.
Rooms [one) Si.00 per day. Rooms (two) SI.50 per day. Meals rd1OWtkS8.50. .
$6 00 week. $8.00 week.
pet per
Board and Room by the
$20.00 per month. $30.00 per month. month,$50.00.Orlando.

Today March 10th

J. .B. MAGRUDER, Prop. Fla. .

\ Matinee 2.30, Night 8.is. .
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Admission 25 cents.

Children 15 cents at Matinee. .

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city departments do the work. the engineers guaranteeing that its

construction will not exceed the bond

( Gainesville Sun) By a vote of 140 in favor of the! issue. Some. Orlando InvestTHE MARKET

Brooksville has a new theater whichis issue and only 16 against, the peopleof
said to be, one of the best equipped St. Petersburg, Tuesday, declared The only way to do is to be so ments.
in the State. themselves in favor of issuing $148- good to your wife that she will love Of Cleanliness Of Quality j
000 worth of bonds for the construction you so much she won't have any for

The eleventh annual Bible confer- of a municipal gas plant. Flans foreign distribution. We will offer for one
ence of the Southfield Bible confer week
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ence associaton opened at Crescent HimillllMMMMHMMMMIMMIMHMMMIMIIIMTo FISH AND GAME .
City Wednesday, and will continue ten I vestments in OrlandoReal
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
days. Be Sold Within :
I Estate that will .
screened frera the flies and kept fresh
: Everything away ,
Last week ,Plant City strawberry
from ten to .
pay twenty
growers realzed over $17,000 for the 10 DaysWhat : and pore.

1 shipments of'the previous five or six : per cent. Tourists who
days. So far, the receipts there for We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
the season have brought in about is known as the E. W. Bullock home. : have surplus money are everything in the Meat line.
Mrs. Bullock has taken her residence in
$85,000. .up Georgia, : invited to call and
where she has large business interests. The lady : get

The Mayo Lumber Company is is here for a lew days and is ready to make very at. : full information. The PARLOR MARKET

pushing work rapidly preparing to tractive prices to those wanting a home or for an
the Chaffin Mill recently
open purchased.up The starting up of this investment. E M. Self & Co.
mill will add greatly to the financial Meet the lady at my.office and do your trading Cooper S Atha

j condition of Milton. direct with her. PINE STREET
114 Sooth Orange An* Ground Floor

Dade City is said to be in need of a 'Phone No. 311 Phone No. 80IHMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIf

school building, the old
new one now

p being the public used school for the being lower so unsanitary grades of CHADWICK'S'$ REAL (sun AID ) *

and so poorly lighted u to endanger

The three special school tax districts OPEN EVENINGS

in Tampa will be consolidated. W. Church Street Phone
; 19 398
the plan was proposed a short time,
ago for the purpose of economy and -MilHUMIMMMIMMMMMMMIIIMIIIIMIIilillWe W. M. SLEMONS
efficiency in the administration of:
the school affairs within that city I

The Catholics in St. Augustine are are the Peoplethat .
New Goods
perfecting plans for the erection of Arriving DailyWe

a splendid modern parochial school in
t that city at an early date. It is now have made good Why? Because
estimated that the building will coat

between twenty and twenty-five thou- experience has taught us how to
sand dollars. The building will be

planned to accommodate both boys make formulas that all conditionsfor
and girls, but in separate rooms. suit M& Ufffc his Haft Cl trim Hats made by Job B. Stettta ft ft.

both orange trees and vegetables. made by ScUm Bn&, ef BalttaMre. "King Quality" Shoes.
The city of Pensacola has decided
to pave two additional blocks in that Btys SdU, "Lori Bal awe" braid. Elliott's Table Lea and Towefe. >,>

city, and also decided to try the ex- Pants awl OreraOs made by Sweet, OnDry Goods from H. B. CIa Ia ft Ci. '
periment of having the work done by Now is .t the time to fertilize.
the city forces, and not by contract, U & c.. Best place in the dty to trade. j

as former paving has been done. The
commissioners claim that a saving of

The Southern Fertilizer Co. W. M. SLEMONSORANGE

Orlando, B: WBeeJi FtatSl Florida AVENUE

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LT' Orlando A. C. L.......1%:31 am SlSpra Flyer.I v Orlando ........................ 3:1s.pm
r Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45am 7SOpm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
T Jacksonville. A. C. L... 9:35 am 85 pm T .T Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:1&Pili
v Waycrosa, A. C. L......11:50am 1035pm T Waycross A. C. L. .............10:20 pm Ci1ai.cW
r Macon G. S. & F....... 5lSpm .:1&am r Macon. G. S. & F. .............. 1:46am
L r Atlanta C. of Ga...... 8:03pm '1:25am Ar Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 7:12 am
Ar KnoxviUe. L. & N. .............12:19pm r
r Chattanooga W. & A..12:18 am 11:55 am Ar Corbin. L A N. ................ 3:16pm F
Ar Nashville N. C. & St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:00pmr
Ar-St Louis L C.&: L.&:N. 2:50 pm 7:20 am Indianapolis. *>a. L ............ 1:50 am ater & Light Co.
\ J I Ar Lexington. L. & N. ............ 6.50pm
Hopkinsville L. & N........... 6 7pm Ar Cincinanti L. &:;N. ............. 8:50pm
tAr Evansville L. &; N..... 9:28am 9:%5pm Ar Kalamazoo, G. R. & L .........12:20pm
Terre Haute, C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar Grand Rapids G. R. & L ....... %:45 pmrCIevelandBii"'Four ElectricityGas
Lucerne Theater, Friday, March 13 I Ar_Chicago_ C. & E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50 am ............. 1:15am ;
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Solid train composed of section Water Ice
Dr. BucKmaster I drawing Solid train composed of electric lighted
room sleeping cars observation compartment
can and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis.
Osteopathic Physician DIXIE FLYER Jacksonville through sleeping Louisville ear between ana Jacksonville Indianapolis and; Office:--No. 18 West Central Avenue

132 Avenue Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between !"
Orange ailment. observation sleepers and clectheignted Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays .
section drawing-room sleepers. First-
Next door to People's Bank lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining ear and Thursdays of each week. Dining car Telephone No. 6 r
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
up-stairs. Acute and chronic


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f .. Delegation of Evangelists

3 : for the Cause

TIffiSTATEBANKOFORIANDOLONG .. 34.6 Per Cent, llcase

: Birmingham, Ala., :March 9.The
: first of a series of conferences to further .
a the cause of woman suffrage In Our Deposits in 15 Months
throughout the South was begun here
: today. The meetings are in charge of f
a the executive committee of the National
I : Association of Suffrage, headed Our Depositors Know Why 1
: by Miss Jane Addams, of Chicago. -=
Today's program began with an informal =-= ,- Do Yon? =--=

conference between members -: _=
ESTABLISHEDSAFECONSEAYATIVEA000MMODATING of the executive committee and Alabama : '...
suffrage leaders. Members of .
the committee later were guests at Your Account Solicited
} a luncheon tendered by the local

YOUR SPARE CASH' ," chairman of the committee.Two and Appreciated.
meetings at which Miss Ad- =

should not be allowed to remain idle, or be spent for : dams and other national leaders of
I the suffrage movement will speak are

needless trifles. I planned for tonight. ..
Further conferences and public
f Put it where it will yield an income for you. De- 4ShlTjalr
meetings are to be held here tomor-
posit it each week in the State Bank of Orlando whereit row, after which the national execu-
tive committee will leave for At-
will earn a liberal rate of interest. Come in and open lanta.

an account.
Mr. H. Siewert, of Kalamazoo,,
4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts Mich., arrived Saturday and liked Or- A
lando so well that he purchased a
place without delay and is making
preparations to make this his home.
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:Mr. Siewert is a photographer by
... trade, but he doesn't expect to ply
his trade here. The allurement of an 11 United States
orange grove is sufficient to hold him, DepositaR
and for awhile he will let photogra- =

phy go. _

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Interesting Lecture Given by Charles f-
-QUO VADIS- and faithfulness of Ursus, and to large audience assembled in the "iPARTY
hate and despise Nero, Tigelinus and Jefferson high school auditorium last
' By special request of a number of Poppoea.The nighTto hear Charles Cottingham lecture i
4 people who were unable to see the burning of Rome, the feast of on his experiences in Panama.Mr. .
of Vadis" at the lions on the bodies of the Chris Cottingham proved to be a
the Airdome and Grand theaters, owing tians, and the human torches used at interesting speaker and had no diffi- "PAID INFULL"
to the crowds, the films will be the feast of Nero, are wonderful and culty"in retaining the interest of his SAN JUAN TOMORROW

shown at the Airdome tonight again,. terrible.Altogether the picture is the audience. He explained in a clear A party of twenty tourists, under The annual meeting of the Young': The best play-of the year, "Paid in
features of the
' great- the
and the same prices'win prevail. manner principal "
:; Never in the history of Key West est ever seen here, and the people of Panama canal and explained the nature the personal chaperonage of W. H. Presbyters was held in their room in J Full, of played the by the best acting com
Key West are showing their appreciation the work that has of the company pany year, mounted in a most
has a moving picture met with such of engineering Wildey Gillespie-Kinsport the Presbyterian Sunday school building superb scenic manner and catering to
universal commendation, and never by a .attendance.Journal. brought about its completion. A se- will arrive tomorrow afternoon. the intelligent theater who
ries of illustrated stereopticon slides last night. Officers for the ensuing goer can
have the people witnessed such"a stu
s. The above play will be at the Lu- the valueof They will be'given an auto ride over appreciate a play played in a fault-
pendous spectacle, such a wonderful added greatly to practical year were elcted as follows: less mannerill be at the
cerne theater today, Tuesday. is the city and about the surrounding Orlando
talk. :Mr.
K combination of action and beauty, the Cottingham agraduate
President, Robert Lewter; vicepresident opera house, for one night only
such of Purdue universi -LaFayette being accorded the same en-
superb 'costuming or so many country.
12. Prices 50c., 75c. and
<. thrilling situations, as are incorpora W. T.. ENTRICAN, (Ind.) Journal. II tertainment given the other party'or Justin, Schumann; secretary, Seats on sale at Butt's $1..
:o ted'in the 8,000 feetof, film in "Quo Makes a sPecialty of painting, paper- Mr. Cottingham will give illus- ganized this John T. Branham; treasurer, P. MusI Confectionery.Ladies'
Vadis. ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. I trated lecture at the Orlando opera by company. selwhite; directors, George Dolive, S.; '
From beginnig to end the story is Phone 636., 1-21-lm i house, Wednesday, March 11th.. Sperry and'Commissioners Johnson I Newell and ; hair dressing, massage, .
Kirley Douglas.'
enthrallingly grand. compellingly I II and Robertson.wi111ook after:the ar I. shampoo, electric drier. Gem BarberShop
.' beautiful, and the Scenes unwind' There are some ti n -saV ng' ads. II I Take'your repairing to Winnan on rangements. i.jj-tf

: themselves tator, one grows before admire the' eyes of Petronius the spec, in this issue, awaiting your personal I Court street. 12+.tf j I \ Telephone. the,Sentinel your news,,
to.love Lygia, to glory in the strength attention-and, wholly worthy of it! I Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. I Ever Try our Classified Ads. items. It will be appreciated. Sentinel want ads. get results.

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Always. very attractive place" for theladies This department, the most attractiveof This department IS. just a bit newer

1 we have the very latest showing all the various departments, is now than the others, owing to.the fact that it

in was just a bit slower getting around but
replete with a full line of
now the stock, formerly the John Row-

} PATTERN HATS Palm Beach Suits, Flannel Pants- andSpring land store, is with us, and forms one of

the busy departments.

f a very beahfullme of the'TaiHJO Color- Straw Hats MR. ROWLANDIs

Hats are also shown.
! The well known Emory Shirts and Arrow Is manager of this Department, and the business

will be conducted by him along the able and
! very
Flowers and Feather stick-ups the Collars in ate I latest patterns
. successful lines he has always handled it.

I fad lust now, are here and shown by This department occupies space on the bottom
the famous
t 1 In Hosiery we carry floor east facing Central avenue.
exceedingly competent trimmers
f ONYX"' Brand. Mr, Rowland is wearing that same old smile

J The ladies should get in the habit of that wont come off, and would like to welcome and

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\ visiting this department which is located I AS USUAL,

, on the second floor, 1 just off from HILL" is just a little ahead of all others, Auto, Dray and Bicycle Delivery

the ready-to-wear. of course we carry this line also. ASSURING QUICK SERVICE

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