Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00351
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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 11, 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: VID00351
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. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.




'r PEOPLE[ [ AND HIRED[ MEXICANS[ Talented the Bride Orlando of Mendelssohn Woman Becomes Club Says That Was Considered the Good of in the Making -Service FAVOR OF f REPEALING[ TOLLS i A ACT i '

Director at Home W t'ddinJtIrs. Them


WAR TAKES BLAME [ [ Forrest Dabney Carr were marriedat Telephone company yesterday issueda BUSINESS WITH "ijUij AmS" BEEN LOOKED FOR BY

FROM RANGERS 10:30 o'clock last night at the I statement in reply to the criticism REPEAL ADVOCATES

home oef the bride on North Orange that had appeared in the Sentinel in .

Terrible Catastrophe at St. Louis avenue. regard to the new rules which for- Under New Management Play House -

fOUR BULLET HOLES[ IN CORPSE O [ Might\ Caution Have Been Had Averted RuledSt. if will The probably announcement come as of a the great marriage surprise bade to the operators location of in accidental answer inquiries fires. as Bids Fair to Become More A ACTION I IS FIERCELY[ CRITICISED l

I Popular Than Ever
I to many in Orlando, though Manager Dean said:

BUT NO EVIDENCE OF BODY I there were rumors of the approachingevent "In regard to some comments that
HAVING BEEN BURNED I I Louis, Mo., March 10.-Firemen yesterday afternoon. Efforts have been made about the telephone "Quo Vadis," one of the most elab- BY MINORITY WHO DECLARE

OR upon entering the ruins of the Mis- were made to keep the plans secret, company not answering all calls as to orate picture plays ever produced, THAT INDEPENDENCE. IN

TORTURED AS PRE- souri Athletic club which was destroyed location of fires was the offering last night at the OPERATION OF CANAL
but in some manner it leaked out, and the management desires -
VIOUSLY REPORTED by fire early Monday recov- twenty-five members of the Mendels to state that its sole motive In Lucerne theater under the new man- IS SURRENDERED

ered three bodies. That brought the sohn club gathered at the home short- doing this was 'to permit of better agement.
total number of bodies recovered to
Washington, March 10.-After to- ly after the ceremony and showeredthe service to subscribers, and not, as Messrs. Wm. M. Brittain and Archie
Washington, March 10.-(Special.)
Five have been identified. Twen-
day's cabinet meeting, Secretary Bryan ten. couple with rice and good wishes. some may thoughtlessly judge, to be Kent purchased the theater some days
bodies still believed to be -By a vote of 140 to 20 the house
made. the following paraphrase of ty-two are The romance which resulted in the unaccommodating."There I ago, but the .transaction did not be- ,

American Consul Garrett's telegrams: in the ruins. ceremony last night began several are two important sides to come known until yesterday. The at the dictation of President Wilson,
One of the bodies taken out
"Consul Garrett went with Captain todaywas months ago when Mr. Carr came to this matter, and the management new managers took charge at 2 put through today the new Panama

Sanders of the Texas rangers and a identified by two employes of Orlando to take charge of the Men- tried to take the side that would give o'clock yesterday afternoon. Arrangements canal free toll repealing bill under
the club that of Marshall Bier
deputy sheriff to Palafox, Texas, last as delssohn club rehearsals as director. best service to subscribers. For instance had already been made which in addition to all coastwise
head of Marshall Bier & Co. fur dealers .
Saturday for the purpose of making Mrs. Palmer was a talented soloist in : The fire bell rings and! instantly for the appearance of "Quo Vadis,"
of St. Louis. ships; the United States battleshipsand
further investigation in the Vergaracase. the club, and the musical tastes and some 200 to 300 calls flash on : and the largest-crowd that ever assembled -
identified that revenue cutters will be forced to
body was as
They went to the Vergararanch other mutual inclinations of the couple the board within a few seconds, andif I in the Lucerne saw the won-
of William J. Kinser, treasurer of the pay the same tonnage tax as Great
and examined witnesses who caused them to be much together.The the operator undertakes to answer derful picture. It was one of the Britain.

saw the horses belonging to Vergara Kinser Construction company' St bride is the widow of the late these, taking three seconds to a call, George Kleine attractions, being in

taken by the Mexicans and who also Louis. W. L. Palmer, who was prominent i instate which is the average, it would take the; personal charge of Mr. A. N. The surrender of the administration -
The body thought yesterday to be to the demands of Great Britainwas
saw Vergara cross the river and those politics and the legal profes- 900 seconds, or 15 minutes. Now bear Waters. The play was produced ata
that of Allen R. Hancock, was identi said by advocates of free tolls
who saw him captured. The investi sion. She is talented and wealthy. in mind that probably some 100 of great expense, and it was vividly
fied today as that of L. P. Rug, department shown at the Lucerne. for American ships to break down the
gation kept them up late Saturday Prior to coming to Orlando, Mr. these calls are by non-subscribers,
for the Simmons last of
remnant American
manager -
night when they reached Coleman'scamp Carr was successively identified with who rush to the nearest 'phone and I I I Mr. Brittain, one of the new proprietors
Hardware company, St. Louis. in the operation of the canal.
two miles above Palafox where the Metropolitan Grand Opera com ask about the fire, mostly out of mere of the Lucerne, needs no introduction -

they ate supper and concluded to remain Fifty-five persons in the building pany, the Clementine DeVere Grand curiosity. Now at the same time ; to Orlando people. He is In effect, it is claimed to be an attack -

overnight About 4 a. rri. they when the fire' alarm was given escaped Opera company, and was solo bassoat some subscribers desire a business active in the real estate business, and I on the freedom of this govern-
with less serious injuries
were informed that Vergara's body. more or the Brick church, New York. In connection, for which they are paying is interested in seeing that Orlando ment in the use of the navy and

,was on the Tex=Side of the "river: ; addition to being director of the Men- and it may be an emergency call, gets the best possible attractions,and army.

"Consul Garrett"A*! 'roused his chauf streams Firemen of today water continued into' the smoulder-to throw delssohn club in Orlando, Mr. Carr is as frequently occurs, for the doctor, gives the Sentinel assurance that There is a fear that this concession l .

feur and went five or six miles away i ruins and it believed several soloist at the First resbyterian or to report another fire, possibly there will be no advance in the price. is to lead to a more humiliating necessity j''
ing was
to a point opposite San Enrique's days would elapse before the debris church. a mere business call, to which theyare Mr. Kent is from Washington, and is for breaking off the treaty
certainly entitled. These calls an experienced man in the motion with Panama under which that coun-
ranch about three miles below Pala- could be thoroughly explored for bodies The ceremony was performed by
fox. Mr. Garrett there found the i of victims. Until then the exact Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray, pastor of the can not be attended to until after the picture business. The new firm is a try was granted preferential duties

body with a number of the relatives number of dead can not be determined First Methodist church, and Rev. Dr. fire calls have been answered, and if strong combination, and under its through the canal, and the repeal of
r it takes ten to fifteen minutes to management the Lucerne bids fair to the provision against the use of the
of Vergara who had also been notified The cause of the fire and the John W. Stagg, pastor of the First get
around to them they are righteously become more popular than ever. canal by railroads owning ships.. "
to come and identify it. Mr. Gar- reason for its tardy discovery remained Presbyterian'church, the former read-
rett was informed that a small partyof mysteries today. ing the marriage service, and the lat- incensed at the service they get. Indignation is growing in the house
"Now the management takes it igainst the bargain with Great Brit-
Vergara's friends had gone over ter taking the vows. The ceremony
Fire Chief Swingley said today that
the river at 2 a. m., exhumed the some time ago he warned the man- took place in the front parlor of the that its first duty is to provide con- EVERGLADES[ lAND SELLS[ fOR TWO 0 ain.

body and brought it across. Mr. Gar- agement of the Missouri Athletic club elegantly appointed home. nection to its regular paying sub The bill will be called up for actionin

rett adds that the Texas rangers had that the building was not safe for The bride was unattended. She I scribers, for which they pay and to HUNDRED[D AN ACRE R[ the house in about two weeks. In

no hand in bringing the body over but sleeping quarters."I [ was gowned in white and carried which they are entitled, and the op :reporting the bill the committee

went there to view it when notifiedas found conditions particularly bad white roses. erators are physically unable to both stated:

he was." on the three upper floors," said the Those present at' the ceremonywere answer fire calls and give this ser Governor Trammell in WashingtonGives "We are not disturbed by the taunt

Secretary Garrison received today chief. "The building was not con- the house guests of the bride, vice."At Out Interesting Interview that repeal would be truckling and

from Brig. Gen. Tasker H. Bliss, com- structed for hotel purposes but for a who leave for their, homes today, Mrs. the time of the fire warm on on Drainage Project yielding to foreign demands. There

manding the American border forces, business house. It had been converted Fiske, of Boston, Miss Nan Wood, of the night of the 9th, the operator on has yet been no friction or even

the following report on the Vergara into a hotel by dividing the upper Louisville, and Mrs. Murray, of Louis- duty attempted to answer as to the Washington March 10. strained relatoins with foreign governments -
fire, but so calls in she r
1 case by Capt H. P. Howard of the floors into rooms." ville; Mr. and Mrs. George Keller, many came Park M. Trammell but we stand alone in the
14th U. S. cavalry: James A. Smith, former building Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dolive, Mrs. Far- was unable to do so, so she very prop spent today conferring whole family of nations in our con-
with the
general land officeon
"Investigation shows that Verga- commissioner, said that he refused to ris and her son, and Mr. Farris Kel- erly ceased doing this and gave her number : tertian that the Hay-Pauncefote
a made the
ra's body was taken from the Hidalgo approve the southwest fire escape be- ler, Mrs. McDowell, and Mr. Carl B. phone attention connections.to legitimate calls for tele state of Florida for lands to by which treaty permits discrimination to

cemetery Saturday night by relatives: cause it ran directly across the win- Robinson. the state claims it is entitled unde American shipping. Far better to
of Vergara and hired Mexicans. Cap-! dows. "I held," he said, "that in case The couple left on the 12:30 a. m. "The management desires, and the the and overflow abolish the canal itself than to permitour

tain Sanders states positively no Texas -! of fire, flames bursting from the win- train for Jacksonville. They will return operators are instructed, to give all 1 I by congress swamp in the fifties.act, passed national honor to remain in ques-
accommodations without
rangers crossed the border. Hemet dows would cut off escape. That is to Orlando by Sunday. possible too tion."
seriously interfering with good ser The state has pending before the
the body at a landing opposite: exactly what happened." From now until action is accom
vice, and we are sure if the matteris department of the interior claimsamounting ;
San Enrique with Undertaker Con- Former Building Commissioner plished, President Wilson will d '
given a little thought, the sound to approximately 20,00'' vu
very Sunday morning. Convery Smith said that after personally inspecting FROM ONE OITRmT TO ANOTHERIN most of his time and energies to the
ness of our position will readily be acres.
brought the body to Laredo at 7:30p. the club house he had or- fulfillment of what he considers the

m. Sunday. He states there were dered the board of governors to put A HIRE f FORD D seen. The governor is enthusiastic abou most important foreign affair aa .administration -
"Also we have had a great the future of the Florida .
many Everglades."Recently ; '
signs of burns the
no on body. Fount in two fire stairways. has handled since the

four bullet holes. Neck chafed bu "The governors objected," said than more commendations" of our policy an engineering commission Spanish war.

not broken. Body decomposed bu Smith, "saying that to do so would Remarkable Journey Made by VisitorWho condemnations. visited Florida and made a thoough
pants match coat left at home by ruin their lobby. So I cited them into Is Stopping for a..\while study of the Everglades,

Vergara. Identification seems relia court. The club had good friends at in Orlando I the project to reclaim these lands rARGUMENTS j
ble. Recovery of body said to have court and the judge was inclined to o OSCEOLA AMt O OUT T AHEAD ON said the governor in a statement i b [ CLOSED[D IN CASE A [ Of \

cost Hill, brother-in-law of Vergara, compromise. After interminable lished today in the Washington Post, B WATER-MUTll ij [ [ .
From Detroit, Mich., to Detroit, fAIR [EXHIBIT
$400. Body being held at request of wrangling I succeeded in getting the "and the report was that close to four
Fla., in a little Ford car is the rather
Adjutant General Hutchings. No ex club to put in a proper fire stair en- million acres of Everglade lands can
remarkable journey made by Mr. W.
citement." closed in concrete, with correct fire- I be reclaimed.
Judge Warlow in Criminal Court Will
J. Brewster and wife, who arrivedin Swabey Made Report to Kissimmee
doors each floor." "There about in
on are 6,000,000 acres
Orlando yesterday, and are hereto Board of Trade of Cost of Charge the Jury Early
Ed Bornmueller, secretary of the the Everglades district of Florida,

COlijUlIT DEflS[ GOVERNMENT[ club, said the members often had dis- uing spend their several journey weeks northward.before contin- the Enterprise and we have proved absolutely that This Morning ,.

cussed the danger of fire. our undertaking is a practicable one.
They left Detroit, Mich., October 8
TO INTERFERE[ [ WITH HIM "Still, we could not jump into the 1913, and up to date they have trav- Osceola county came out ahead on "The state owns about a fourth of Arguments in the case of the state

V street," he said. "We had to stay eled 3,191 miles, and they haven't fin- the exhibit made at the Orlando fair, I the Everglades, or in the neighbor- against Richard de Mutelle for assault

somewhere and we anticipated no ished yet. Detroit, Fla., is thirty I and some of the money appropriatedfor hood of 1,200,000 acres. The lands with intent to kill C. M. Brodwater

Texas Governor Says No Power Can such tragedy. The building was pro- miles south of Miami. the enterprise was left over as that have been drained and cultivated were closed before the adjournmentof

Keep Him From Protectingthe vided with enough 'fire escapes, we From the "W. J. B." on the car one surplus, to say nothing of the $250 have proved the best kind of produc criminal court yesterday after-

Border thought, as well as hose reels, fire have prize that the county won. ing lands. At the Miami fair not noon, and Judge Warlow will deliver
might thought that the
buckets and extinguishers I I ,_ long from the his charge to the
f on every of the United States was in -. Such was the gist of a report made ago crops Evergladestook jury at 9 o'clock

floor." I!! but when the Mr. H. Edmund Swabey to the the first prize. this morning, immediately after courtis f
El Paso, Tex., March 10.-Spe-( size of the two i ,as by
The explosions which firemen reported I considered there found Kissimmee board of trade Monday "A short time since the state sold convened for th day.
cial. Gov. in
)- Colquitt an address to j
the Texas cattle rangers today said: were attributed to escapinggas. }I i quite a difference. The W. J. B. night. Mr. Swabey was in Orlando I| 200 acres fronting on Lake Okeechobee The case occupied practically all of

I i the > for $200 an acre, but the state the day yesterday. The facts
and with
"I defy any authority on the face of stood for the name of the owner. He i last night, was glowing as
One of the bodies recovered today does not want to dispose of its inter- brought out by the evidence
II of the exhibit which that
the earth, Washington included, to ; made up his mind to come once more 1 success was I I were
identified that of E. P. Williams
was as est in the
Everglades. We want to and his wife
from to Florida, where at Detroit he had under his management. were occupyinga
prevent me protecting our citi- I I i
a banker of New York. The ; I!wait
for the
i' enhancement in value, house on East Livingston
transacted business about avenue
the border. 'It is a year I
zens along only the ago;
I j body was fully dressed and unmarred. | which is to owned
sure come. by Brodwater.
t and he fitted a Ford that it was
inherent up so
right of self-defense. j I I
I Apparently he had been suffocated. I Take home one of those beautiful behind with his
rent and Brodwater
would be comfortable for himself
r and.
"When conditions demand, I shall ;
Curtis &
; color from
I I I water pictures PASTURE FOR CITY STOCK IS paid a visit to the house, kicking in
: wife-for he would not make the
deal directly with Mexico in righting j'' FIRST HACK STAND WILL BE ON trip O'Neal's book and music store. II I
wrongs and not wait for the federal j'j]'I i alone. SET APART BY COUNCIL the door, in an effort to collect the
j PINE EAST OF ORANGE I I I amount. He was met by Mutelle witha
Of course they were not travelingall -
government, which seems to stand in !I
fear." |1: The city council yesterday estab- the time, for Mr. Brewster was have stopped off !at all principal I Upon motion of Councilman John- gun in his hand, which Mutelle

:!|! lished the first hack stand under theI demonstrating Harris oil and the points for a few days. And all the son yesterday the property owned by used as a club in striking Brodwaterover

I I new traffic ordinance which becomesi Brictson tread tires-tires which are time Mr. Brewster has been placing I the city at the septic tank in the the head. Browwater displayeda

TilE WEATHER 1 i effective April 1. The first person to guaranteed to run 10,000 miles without his goods. In many cities newspapers -I southeastern section of the city will scar as a result of the fracas.

I apply I! for a stand was T. S. Aber- a blowout or puncture. And from have photographed the machine be used as a pasture lot for the city Solicitor Wilbur D. Tilden was as- t

Florida: Cloudy Wednesday, and j i I nethy, and the stand was designatedto II 1 the looks of the tires the guarantee and printed the picture in the next stock. The tract comprises some thir sisted in prosecuting by Attorney ;

warmer in peninsular. Thursday, local be on the north side of Pine east seems a safe one. The travelers have day's,issue--so that in all, the couple teen acres, and will probably be sowed Carl B. Robinson and Mutelle was defended '

rains, colder in north portion. of Orange avenue. taken the trip by easy stages. They have received a deal of publicity/*." to grain. I by Attorneys Jones & Jones. '

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i. ROLLINS COLLEGE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LETTERS shall observe the following rules of the road .
PATENT which are applicable to all vehicles: 111111 Hill i ; MMi " " " t'

Notice is hereby given that we, the un- Rule 1. Keep to the right of the street.
.J dersigned, on the 14th day of April. A. D., Rule 2. Keep to the right in permitting
Henrik Isben's well-known play, "A 1914. will apply to the Governor of the State another vehicle to overtake and pass, and
Doll's: House," was presented by the of Florida, at his office in the City of Talla- the overtaking vehicle shall pass to the left Today atMONTGOMERY
Rollins School of Expresson on last lasseee, for letters patent to issue under the of the vehicle overtaken.
I; following: proposed charter. Rule 3. Head the vehicles on the came
evening to the pleasure DONALD WOODRUM side of the street in one direction, and when
: of a good-sized audience. The stage BENJAMIN KAUFFMAN intending to stop at the sidewalk, turn (if
was artistically set for the room in CLARENCE T. MORSE necessary, and if turning is permitted at that MOTION
which the action took place, and the PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE point) so that the sidewalk will be at the Grand Theatre
ORLANDO DEVELOPMENT COMPANYWe right of the driver when the stop has beta
costumes were suitable and attrac the undersigned, hereby associate ourselves made. "- PICTURE GO'STHE
. tive. The cast was selected entirely together for the purpose of becom Rule 4. In making a turn at a street corner :
from among the student body ing incorporated under the laws of the Stateof if the turn is to the left go around the .
mostly from the pupils of the Expression Florida, applicable to corporations for profit center point of the intersection; if to the .
right make the turn at the middle of the .
Department, and each performed ARTICLE 1 cross street 1 i THEATRE BEAUTIFULFour
i his or her part creditably, The name of this corporation shall be the Section 2. All vehicles must in stopping, I
'I" helping to make the play valuableand ORLANDO DEVELOPMENT COMPANY and park at the curb close and parallel thereto, I
its principal place of business shall be in except as otherwise provided in Section 3. 1
interesting. the City of Orlando, Orange County Florida from the '
Section 3. On Orange avenue
Miss Maud Enlow took the part and such other places either withinor south side of Washington street to the north '' Big Reels and Music by a Five Piece Orchestra. Our
: of the thoughtless wife of the successful without the State of Florida as the Boardof side of Jackson street;
{ Directors from time to time designate from the west side of orchestra has been increased
: banker and by her able may On Central avenue I H now to five pieces and an extra
pre- and appoint, and to have and maintainother Main street to the east side of Gertrude avenue I
: sentation made her role the central offices of said company at other places I reel has been added to the
7 both within and without the State of Flor program.
one of the play. Her picturing of On Church street from the west side of I
the varied and often difficult emo- ida. ATICLE II Main street to a point 75 feet east of the

tons whch crowded her part was ex- The general nature of the business to be railroad track on Gertrude avenue all vehicles "

cellent, and made her role very real : conducted by the Company shall be: park (except at the motor sidewalk cycles at an and angle bicycles of) forty-must "THE STIGMA, an Essany drama In two parts. A
lease, exchange
To acquire by purchase
to the audience. D. Henry Ford- Within the 'i S feet aforesaid on
five degrees.
I deal in otherwise dispose of realor
dam, who playd the part of Torvald transfer otherwise and or to sell convey assign, Church street east of the railroad track. no ; a cinating tale of love and sacrifice.

Helmer, depicted the absorbed andselfsatisfied estate lands, plantations and personal property such vehicle directions shall for park parking in any at position.The the sidewalkin
banker to good effect, of every kind and description or any
this section and in Section 2 do not applyto
and complemented well the work of interest therein. either within or without any vehicle backed up for loading or unloading "
Miss Enlow at the climax of the the To State plant,of cultivate Florida.and generally deal in which must be promptly finished.backed_ "THE HAUNTED BID ROOM 1, an Edison drama interesting -
shall be
The of Nils and with citrus fruits, maize tobacco Section 4. No automobile
play. part Krogstad, sugar cane
the of the
and all other fruits and vegetables and from its parking space on parts and well done."RILEY'S
the dishonest and bank
all other products of every kind and na streets described in Section 3 without first .
clerk, was well portrayed by Clarence giving one distinct signal with its horn or

_.z G. Tilden, who succeeded in ture.To carry on all such business as may be other warning apparatus.
the character of the consistent with the development, colonizationand Section 5. No vehicle (except motor cycles -
making one "
and bicycles) shall occupy the same park DECOYS" and 011 SAMMY
rendering profitable of lands, including two Biograph
most real of the play. Albert J. prospecting and development of mineral resources ing space longer than thirty consecutive min- ,
White likewise made a very excell- within the State of Florida, includingand utes on Orange avenue from the south side of
ent Dr. Rank, the morbid, but kind- within any other State of the United Central avenue to the north side of Churchstreet comedies that will chase away the blues and one other special -

hearted physician suffering from an States.To acquire the good will righta and property Section 6. No vehicle (except motor cycles
incurable disease. Miss Grace Til- and to undertake the whole or any part and bicycles) shall stand on the street adjoining reel.
den, as Mrs. Lndeni, widow and for- of the assets and liabilities of any person, the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad com '
merly a sweetheart 0of Nils Krok- Firm, association or corporation, and to pay pany's passenger station on the east for a s .
for the in cash stock bonds of this longer time before the scheduled arrival or
same or '
tad, made the character very sweet of trains than fifteen minutes. "' i
otherwise. departure
and sensible and charming. The corporaton And in general or to enter into such contracts Section 7. No vehicle while running on I children 5c 0 Adults lOc
i subordinate characters, Miss Elsie issue such bills or notes, bonds or de- the parts of streets described in Section 3,
Borward as the nurse, Miss H. Dor- entures, and to create such mortgages as shall be turned to go in the opposite direction
the said streets or at the intersec
may be needful or necessary in the.further.ance on
the maid and little
othy Koegal as of and in connection with the business tions.
James Kegel and Margaret Ray, as of raid corporation.In Section 8. No vehicle shall be stopped Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.
the children of Helmer, dischargedtheir general to carry on any business in con- abreast or left standing abreast of any other
important minor duties admir- nection with the foregoing, including the vehicle (except a motor cycle or bicycle)
business of the erection and operation of hotels stopped on the same side of the street, nor
ably, the children especially receiv- and the erection, organization and oper- shall any street be obstructed by any vehicle.. I Friday March 20.. -The Black Countess three
ing hearty applause for their self- ation of fishing and hunting clubs and the Section 9. Within the limits embraced between parts.
. possession and good acting. development of electric power for privateuse the south side of Washington street -'
and to have and exercise all the powers the north side of Jackson street and from t
The play scored another point fort conferred by the laws of the State of Florida the east side of Main street to the east side
MissMary Deaderick, the director of upon corporations formed under the general of Gertrude avenue no vehicle (including . .1..1.1.11111111.1111111111111111111111111111111I i 44-
11111111111111111111..IIIIIII.IIIIIII..II.I..I f. . . . .IIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII'
the School of Expression, who has incorporation act and to have one or more motor cycles and bicycles) shall be run at a
than ten miles hour, and
offices. greater .speed per
made friends and ad-
already many the shall not
speed ex-
ARTICLE III when turning corners
; mirers among the college people by The amount of the capital stock of this ceed eight miles per hour. In the rest of the For Economy and purchase -
her effective and energetic work corporation shall be TEN THOUSAN ($10- city the speed limit shall not exceed fifteen
< along her chosen line. Miss Dead- 000.00) DOLLARS, which shall be divided into miles per hour. This speed limit shall not of
ONE HUNDRED shares of the par value of apply to the fire department when called out W RIG H T power your monALTY -
erick is tireless in the
getting plays ,
up ONE HUNDRED ($100.00) DOLLARS each on fire duty nor to the police force or other & CO
of the department, and has been in which said shares of stock shall be paid for in peace officers when on duty. "Try Wright's" Farm I
the past as well as in this instance lawful money of the United States or by the Section 10. No vehicle in any part of the REAL ESTATE ey,
' successful in than onveyance of any property, labor or services city shall follow the fire engines, or hose FOR
getting more .
very at such just valuation thereof as may be I carriages, or other fire apparatus when they Tlals Our Business and Garden Seeds in
have been out of the
, could
expected ,
fixed by the Board of Directors at any meet- II are responding to an alarm or returning at I
" amateur actors with whom her work ing called for such purpose. i a closer distance than one hundred and Afty Orlando Florida
;i: deaShe has also shown herself ARTICLE IV yards; and no vehicle so following shall ex- bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
:t by her recital work an excellent interpreter The term for which this corporation shall ceed the speed limits' prescribed by this ordinance. -
exist shall be Ninety-nine (99) years. .
and reader, of much natural ARTICLE V Sectioa 11. No vehicles shall use the side Quality.Fresh .
talent and long training and ex The business of this corporation shall be walks.
perience. conducted by a President Vice-President Secretary -I Section 12. No person under 15 yean of doz. Best Creamery Butter lb.
" Treasurer and a Board of Directorsof age shall be permitted to operate or run an Eggs 29C 39C
Miss Adrienne Dorothy Wallace, not less than three members nor more automobile within the city. Sweet Milk 13C qt. Ice soc 100 Ibs., Limes 150 doz.
; instructor in the violin in the School than five members but the offices of Secre- Section 13. No automobile shall be run on
of Music, assisted by Mrs. Berkeley ary and treasurer may be held by one and the streets or other public places without Sweet Milk 07C pint Fresh Butter Milk loc qt.
the same person all of which said officers having between sunset and sunrise two bright :
Blackman, instructor on piano, gavea shall be elected at the annual meeting of lights throwing the light forward. Every Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express
recital in Knowles Hall on Friday with good horn ,
the stockholders lobe. held on the third Tuesday automobile must be equipped a
' evening, March 6. Taking into con- in April of each year. The following or other warning apparatus, and with a suf- (;charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
sideration the musical excellence of named officers shall conduct the business of ficient brake in good working order.
the corporation until those elected at the first Section 14. Every motor vehicle shall be
the program presented, and the perfection annual meeting shall be duly qualified: equipped with a muffler or silencer, and BO Good Land
of the work of both artists, it President, Donald Woodrum. cut-out or other similar apparatus shall be 340 Acres ,
is the nearly- universal opinion Vice-President Clarence T. Marse. used
Secretary and Treasurer Benjamin Kauff- Section 15. Every motor cycle and bicycle
the musical of the colt
': among lege that the recital people was the best- man.Board of Directors, Donald Woodrum shall lighted have while one the bright motor light cycle which or bicycle must be is 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn t

'I thing of its kind ever given at Rol- Clarence T. Morse and Benjamin Kauffman. running on the streets or other public places, ,
. l The of ARTICLE VI between sunset and sunrise and every motorcycle
ns. was one great
of indebtedness to shall be provided with a of three lakes. Snap bargain sale.
tE difficulty, selected to bring out to the The highest amount and bicycle best water
which this corporation shall at any time sub- horn or other warning apparatus. ,
, full every possible aspect of the art, ject itself shall be TWO HUNDRED AND Section 16. Every hack dray omnibus or
presenting every shade of emotional: FIFTY TH9USAND $250,000.00)( ) DOLLARS. other vehicle for which a license is required
. interpretation, and requiring a com- VII by the city, or any other vehicle engaged in
The names and places of residence of the carrying freight or passengers for hire whileon
plete and thorough mastery of the instrument subscribers together with the amount of cap any street or public place between sunset 111111111111 :: : : : "MM MHMIIillimilMMmMHIIH
for its successful presentation. ital stock subscribed for by each is: and sunrise shall carry a lighted lantern on IMIiMIIMIMIIIiMMIIimitiilMltiMOrlando
Miss Wallace proved herself Benjamin Kauffman Chicago. Ill, 5 shares.Donald either side in front
of such and Woodrum. Chicago 111, 4 shares. Section 17. All persons driving or riding 4
possessed mastery, ren- Clarence T. Morse Chicago Ill.. 1 share. vehicles which are required by this ordinanceto
dered the entire program without WITNESS the hands and seals of the incor- be equipped with a warning apparatus
fault or falter. Rollins has known porators this the 5th day' of March. A. D.. shall make signals when crossing an inter-
the work of a number of violinists 1914. section or on turning a corner and on pass- ORLANDO BANK K a TRUST 1 COMPANY f

:: of unusual ability, but Miss Wallace DONALD WOODRUM (Seat) ing another vehicle m the .rear.
BENJAMIN KAUFFMAN (Seat) Section 18. No hackman, chauffeur porter
perhaps excells anyone who has ever kind shall solicit
CLARENCE T. MORSE, (Seal) or other solicitor of any
,1 taught here. In addition to almost State of Illinois passengers baggage or other patronage upon
perfect technique, she possesses more County of Cook.Personally the platforms or sidewalks of any railway Florida.t
and freedom and brilliancy appeared before me the undersigned station, nor upon the parts of streets adjacent ,
power authority.Benjamin Kauffman Donald thereto except on such parts of the plat- f
of interpretation. She draws from Woodrum and Clarence T. Morse, to me forms, sidewalks and streets as the Chief of
J her instrument a tone of wonderful well known to be the persons described in and Police may from time to time mark off and Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913

'. (resonance, smoothness and beauty; who executed the foregoing Articles of In- designate for that purpose. And no such persons -
corporation of the Orlando Development Com- shall solicit patronage in a boisterous RESOURCESLoans
-; her and absolutely
bowing finguring are -
pany and who acknowledged before me that or obtrusive manner.

i true; and the artistic spirit they signed, sealed and delivered the same Section 19. The Commissioner of Public and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10
4 which is over and throughout all for the uses and purposes therein set forth Works may in his discretion establish public
her playing completes the equipment and expressed. stands for vehicles for hire and require that Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
WITNESS hand and official seal this, I the streets only at such
4 : for artist of and my I such vehicles occupy Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . 26,018.33
an great power the 5th day of March A. D., 1914. stands when waiting for employment A . . . . . .

-1 ability. In addition to her work asa EUGENE H. GARNETT description of such stands, when designated, Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57
/ concert performer, Miss Wallace Notary Public shall be entered on the minutes of the City
fi has proven herself a teacher of rare My Commission Expires May 8th 1917. (Seal) Council shall include I Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
- Section 20. The word "vehicle"
skill and success, much loved by her motor cycles and bicycles unless a con-
;: pupils and associates in the collegelife. AN ORDINANCE trary intention is expressed in any part of: $656,382.24
this ordinance.
Section 21. Any person violating any of
MI"::. Blackman's playing of the ma- the Use of the Streets the provisions of this ordinance shall be pun-
t jestic Sonato Tragica by MacDowellwas Regulating ished by imprisonment not exceeding ten dan Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00

also perhaps the best thing she and Other Public Places by Vehicles or by a fine sot exceeding two hundred and Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86

_ has done in her three years' con- Hackmen, Solicitors and Oth fifty Section dollars.22. This ordinance shall take effecton Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
nection with the college music work. 'ers.Be April 1, 1914.

o Her past concert performances have it Ordained by the City Coencil of the Adopted March 6, 1914.
always shown the great musical City of Orlando: E. F. SPERRY Mayor. $656,382.24
< ; feeling and thorough and faithful Section 1. That every person driving or Attest:
'. j which '' riding any vehicle on the streets of the city CARL JANSEN. City Clerk. 3-7-lm
preparation are neccessary

for success in any line, and have Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . , . . . . . $489,971.68

; stamped her as a pianist of excep- .t.I.lllltllllllllelllltfIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIO' . w Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38
- tional ability, but in this number she

: surpassed herself in the power and
: accuracy and artistic feeling with Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . 31,195.70The

which she rendered this impressive Grove Land officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
sonata. That her number did not
; suffer by comparison with the rest Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

of the -program is evidence enough friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
, of the admirable way in which it was t management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects

! rendered. Mrs. Blackman also accompanied the conservative and methods in
Miss Wallace to perfection : This Season's Best Bargain sane progressive
, '
: : supporting adequately the other this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and

- instrument, subordinating skillfully strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful -

I where required and supplementing @ S statements to its patrons.
-, the violin in the spots where this
; is called for. The audience sat in t M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.

. deepest attention throughout the

: who numbers would, and not not have a music been lover glad there to 75 acres fronting half mile on Orlando- t M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Caster

hear the whole program over again Sanford hard road. Borders a small lake .. ltltall..al .llt .'.e.1Ioellt.'llellllltll.el..1II'I.ee. . ,.
at M.W (, o.ttt. ++++Wo } .fUl U "" ." .H
i once. tW><< IIO+MQc..ce I ; ii I
'I. The program below indicates sufficiently I suitable for irrigation purposes. In sight of I
--------- -- ---
the caliber Program of the concert: and three minutes walk from R. R. station, Every Try Our Classified Ads [ NOTICE

accommodations. I lYE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES --- .
_ Concerto in E minor ___Mendelssohn Postoffice-and good hotel
Allegro (Motto Appassionato AND DO ALL KINDS OF .\ Notice is hereby given that the City
Adante They have proven their worth many lof Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
Allegro Motto Vivace Price $15 Per AcreIt OpTICAL REPAIRINGDR. i: times and will be jast as valuable to ;,1915, pay off with interest to that

: Sonato for Piano and Violin (in A you if put to the test. Let them be date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 1J

major) ____________ Cesar Franck must be sold immediately. your agent in: land 20, of the City of Orlando severer
Allegretto been Moderate i i Renting a house, selling property or I cent, bonds, issued July 1, 1SU2,
" Allegro Poco Mosso j anything on the market, finding lost ccording to the provisions made for

Sonata Tragica (for Piano Solo) ., I articles, securing help or positons- I redemption in said bonds.

.' G minor _____________ MacDowel ; t in a thousand ways they can be used Dated February 11, 1914.

Largo Maestoso OrlallUo Real l B mre'I I profitably. CARL JANSEN, City ClerL.
; Allegro RisolutoMystica 1 ll I I II -12-lm

________________ Tirindelli L H. RAMSDELL Warman Repairs and Retires Baby I I
i Sherzo ________________ Van Goens W. T. ENTRICAN,
La Douleur ._________________ Case OPTOMETRIST Carriages on Court street. 125tfHow's :
All Ongarese Schmidt ; Phone 504 Watkins Block Offers to Orlando the newest and best
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUtins) of workmanship in the painting and
the time to subscribe
I. decorating trade. Phone 636.
Telephope the Sentinel your news 'IIIIIIIIIIII'II'IIIIIIIIII'I "I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ORLANDO, FLORIDA j I body's doin' it. 121.1ma
items. It will be Appreciated.

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STATE " :: :;; ; ; ;; ;:: ::':: :: ;;;;;;;;:+; d

By way of "
we would -like to TO SEE
ing "Call" to the :
coming. Please read :
those who cannot be- : BALL TEAMS
for success of the I
convention at
ing part of the
there for all who
"Come, come to
annual State Christian .
vention, which will t '
"best ever," if you

such.Date is March 27-29

ville Presbyterian

\ will arrive be an Friday opening 12 13 14
ning, delightful
Saturday morning,
Meeting. Business :
conference and
Saturday afternoon
the missionary work first teams of the Athletics and
Legion. Saturday
Citizenship strong.

church Sunrise service.Meeting, Dr. :: of the Athletics; Colters,

noted Bible lecturer world has
ever known.
Sunday afternoon,

mediates first hold :: :: ;:;: ; ::: : : : ; :; :
the workers with i i \ \\\i'\\" S\\\\\\\\\\\\1' ' '
- -
gether for
over, comes one held
deavors at their! ilimil MHH IIIMIMIMiMMMMMItitlllll III*
o'clock and the regular

well-known deavor. prayer worker, Mr. t ; Cook With GasWe

of '
Jacksonville, using
April 15th,
convention ends that
lastingly helpful have not said much about gas as the best

how to plan. Are you ..means of cooking l lately because we have been too busy
The lovely new
the Los Angeles I with other appliances, but now that warm weather is

presented for next coming on we are preparing for more work becausewe
the district sending the
t 'gation, proportionate realize that warm weather is the time when the Gas

in of societies the district, to be sending kept i is Stove shows up to best advantage.You .

egates in proportion to I don't have to heat your whole kitchen up with
This includes Juniors, e
entertaining district, a hot coal or wood fire and you don't have to bring in

Special visitors or wood or take out the dirty ashes-all you have to do
gram, besides "rank
ciety, district, state is "strike the match" and turn the valve." Come in and

etc., the following see our line of stoves and ranges.OHNDO .
ers: A. La Verne
retal'Y.in Michigan,
and is a "live wire"
session. Mr. and Mrs. -
er, C. missionaries for Ave."V

from officers.greetings that' Rev.and far Geo.away' WATER[ & LIGHT T CO.

great World's Unon of I y
Congl superintendent, Gas Department
on tithe-giving, and I
departments in the ; ;
R. Newell, and our I
around helper, Marcus C. '
Children's Home is ] i ABOUT FOUNTAIN PENSThere
channel for endeavor
you coming? are plenty of good fountain pens in 3
Entertainment free for i : market and 'unfortunately there is also a
terested in societies : :::::::::::::: ; ; of poor ones. We have yet to' see a
or those to be started in
Write Miss Fannie Wells : self-filling peh than the Conklin,
that you are coming. have never sold a better one of the other
to Say through the I than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both
Do this just as soon as ; on an absolute guarantee of 'your mon-
can. back if you want it.II A good fountain
Convention theme, has come to be almost a necessity to ev-
you want a program business man
or woman. If you have none,
Yours for
a "good have
GRACE A one is unsatisfactory, let us
State Sec'ry and you the guaranteed sort.

Interlachen, March 10,

The National Peace
begin a series of The Arcade Book and Music Store x

on Ban Johnson(, the
t of the baseball world.
He has actually
the Federal League.

russioiy me best ,!
the Feds could have I I If I I
the imperialistic Mr. f .
into them. The P"I
seem to love a good I : K
they also have a way I
the under dog in a fight. :,
i I Just arrived car load ;
i i FORDS for immediate -

Will happen, but they delivery.Get .
continuous flow of fresh I
corn and fresh roasted i I I
My little gasoline I i yours now
out of business for the
but as I am now well : : F. G. RUSE
back at it again, my aim .
please our customers. ,I Phone 226
are located at
avenue, between the J. L. I
Estate company and the I
head barber shop, where I / i
fresh roasted peanuts I
popped and buttered
Corn popped and 1EF
cut and melted. Peanuts
sacked before your very
above.is that we have to live

One day we roast

All Spanish Famous peanut Sun, the peanut.next I IA
particularly fond of
will have them for you.
Give us a trial
Give us a trial. RE
aim is to please.
The Peanut Popcorn : ) r
1211-2 S. Orange I- , I I i Seiltillel
Lucerne Theater, Friday, March 13 Orlando. '

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THE that limits or regulates the marriageof ___ 4

t: South Florida Sentinel ( Jos. Y. Porter, State Health marriage criminals.of No consumptives statute forbids nor the of Pine Castle. Fla., March 10.-Mr. .:

Officer) those who have any'of those diseases and Mrs. Walter Tanner, of Mulberry -

JOSIAH FERRIS.MORNING AND Editor WEEKLY and Owner. if What this twentieth will Florida century be by?the middle which unpronounceable the doctors names disguise to hide by long their,, are, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. : Dickson-Ives! Co.

Entered at the pcatoffice at Orlando Flor ust what the next generation shall disgusting and sometimes I horrible Harris. :
Ids u Second Class Mail Matter. make it, and that generation will be features. Those contemplating mar Mrs. S. 'F. Miller, of St. Albans, :
largely what the fathers and mothers riage have only to declare themselvesto W.. Va., with her little daughter, 'ha I
TO ADVERTISERS: >f today shall make it. be of responsible age, hiding from :
the license clerk and even from each been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary
Copy far display and all other hand-ie Some of the greatest scientists declare other the fact that they are or have Bibby, who is stopping at the Lake :
adrertisinz most be handed in at the buineu that every man owes' it quite
I sake of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. is much to his parents as to himself,, been afflicted with some loathsome view Inn. I DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STORE[
This rale applies disease which be transmitted to
the day before publication. drunkard may
whether he is a genius, a
of St. :
to change for contract advertising: it i their children; that lurking in their Rev. James P. Hoyt, D. D.,
invariable and will' be strictly adhered to. a intelligent criminal,and insane useful, or citizen.an ordinarily Even .families, if not actually manifest in Petersburg, spent Thursday with his

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: his impulses to aggressive effort, or themselves, is the curse of insanity. relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Pres-

' One Year .....................$5.00 he; lack of them, they say, is inborn, I The offspring of such burden marriages, is
a burden, an increasing upon rlan o's favorite Sh no
Six Months ................... 2.50 so of that good a morals person, with a sound an inheritance mind and private charity and upon the state.It ton.Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Macy enter- opping

, Three Months ................. 1.25 body, lacking the inborn impulse or is a burden that is increasing in tained their relatives, Mrs. F. C. Rail
In Adranee.WEDNESDAY ambition to self improvement, may Florida by a ratio greater than that and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cook, of Or-
of the growing population, includingthe
l ink of inertia into positive uselessness -
growth by immigration.These lando, Sunday.Mr. .
if not immorality.We .
MARCH 11, 1914.
facts for the
serious con-
come into the world, not of our sideration are of Florida's citizens and John Baas, of Orlando, was PLACE
i Gainesville is the latest Florida own volition, handicapped by a burden taxpayers. They are being studiedby down Sunday. He with Mr. James
town to fall in line with a white way. of fearful responsibilities; somef I earnest men and women in other Padgett is interested in the big islandat

Orlando is coming fast, but hasn'tquite > us with, with an inheritance bodies predisposed of evil tendencies to- : states, who find similar conditions considered the end of the peninsula, which
everywhere. They must be I
1 arrived yet. disease, with weak and inactive minds soon and carefully by the they have set out in tomatoes.Mr. .
o often bordering upon insanity in some thoughtful men and women of this E. L. Sphaler is serving on the
t Clarence Woods, editor of the Eus- form, and some of us with an almost state. jury at Orlando.
irresistible instinct to criminal ac-
is candidate for The state board of health is urging Mildred Aylard came down
tis Lake Region, a ion.; It is undisputed that a large the people of Florida a careful Miss
legislature from Lake county It najority of the professional criminal upon study and discussion through the from Rollins college and spent Sat-
is certain that Lake county could lasses:; has sprung from criminal par.ntage' press and elsewhere, of the question urday and Sunday with her parents,
the lawn
I'the' hardly send a more righteous man to and these violators their tendencies of to whether Florida needs or should have Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Aylard, of Cleve-

the legislature, and his ability is ev heir turn children.A pass. on a work revision out a of solution its marriage of these laws prob to land, Ohio, who are staying at the

ident. large proportion of the insane is lems. If such new or revised laws Lake View Inn.
o raced to a parentage in which either are essential, to what extent should Frost touched Pine Castle in several
Seminole county is insisting upon he father or the mother, or both, the state got in regulating marriages places and did some damage to
were similarly affected, and it issown its citizens to better the next
first class work being done on its system -I -4hat such tendencies in the and among future generations? crops, but the majority of farming
of brick highways and Seminoleis I parent are far more often than not lands' escaped.The .

eminently correct. It should be xaggerated( in the children. W. T. ENTRICAN, register of the Lake View Inn !
done right in the beginning, for the The handicap upon the next generation shows the following names as late WEDNESDAY
% building is being done with the idea may be made heavier or light-No !hakes a specialty of painting, papering visitors: T. R. Brown, Plant City;
the will of the present one.
of saving cost of repairs.o r an,by can live unto himself alone. No refinishing floors, furniture 1-21-lm, etc. S. E. Poole, Atlanta, Ga.; 0. L. Burke,

o parent can live unto his own time and Phone 636. Lakeland, Fla.; Robt. Bryan, H.Long- D1ay
The 18th of March is
Fred DeBerry has started a paper generation alone. Whether he be Classified Ads. street, of Orlando, and Walter Stub- to
weak or strong, a genius or a lunatic, Ever Try our
to further his candidacy for congress his influence through his children wille Sentinel want ads. get results. bins, of Lake Holden. be Remembered
the motto of which is: "The > felt for good or ill fifty or a hun- I
Truth Told Fearlessly and Furious- red years in the future.
ly." Fred calls his The Florida The matter of individual responsi MlttllllllllHIIIIHttHMMMMMimMIIHIHtCash
f paper
bility to the future is but little appre
Arrow, and says he will be prouc ciated. None of us look very far into
of the enemies he makes. The first the future and are influenced by what to Loan one .OUR 81G Or[ I G. .
t: issue indicates that Fred is going at we find there. Sufficient unto the
is the evil thereof, f
it furiously, at least. day or generation ,.. ...
" is the consoling excuse for disregarding -
;r o the years to come by any seriously CityProperty
The Osceola Journal issued an ex- inconvenient line of conduct. of all
tra at midnight Saturday to let the Yet it is established beyond the _
reach of argument that the relations
people of Kissimmee know the result -
between successive generations an I
of the city election held that day. intimate. Nature working througl Real Estate bought and'soldfor
Such enterprise is certain to be appreciated the centuries has evolved a higher I I ON
mentality and an attainment of higher I
by the people of Kissimmee
moral standards, but it may bf i cash or on commission. I I
3 and Osceola The single primary
gyp questioned if she has built up the
system prescribed in the Bryan race to a greater degree of physical Dry Goods Men's Furnishings Groceries :
primary act was employed with entire I perfection in the last thousand years ,
All of Nature's accomplishments -
success and satisfaction. have been about through the etc etc. etc.
I o operation brought unconsciously to man, of Dr. A. J. TAYLORRock ,

Editor Holly of the Sanford Herald laws inexorable and undeviatingthesame I II
has asked the newspaper men of the laws that have destroyed the Building, .Up-stairs. I

surrounding counties if a meeting for weak and imperfect specimens in an 11111 11111 III I 25 25A
imal creation, and propagatedheir till DEPARTMENTS[
March 25 at some central point will kind from the strong and robust I
T be agreeable for the purpose of or individuals.It .
ganizing a lake region press associa- is not to be anticipated that Nature -
in her cycles of evolution, con
tion. The Sentinel favors the idea, trary to the education and instinctsof A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX cordial invitation is extendedto
I .and promises to have a representative civilization, is gonig to wipe out
present. Let the brethren speak from the human race the mental deficiencies -
out. nor the diseased, nor the THE PALMS AUTO COREO everyone.
criminals by any process of selection
o It is not to be expected that the individual
J The Giants and White Sox have is going to sacrifice volunta MOTOR CARS
been playing big league ball for the rily that instinct most deeply rootedin DON'T FAIL TO BE PRESENT.
have his
desire to
king in England, and the Daily Tele- his being-the We also a
part in the continuation of the race- For long life and low cost of upkeep. carry
:: graph gives an illuminating account because he fears to transmit to his
r of the game in which occurs this descriptive children the weaknesses of his ownbody full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force

paragraph: "A very pretty or mind. All work is absolutely
There is no earthly authority supe- of competent repair men. our
effect all four bases
Y was produced as
rior to that of the individual excepting -
a were connected by racing blue clad alone that of the state. If the guaranteed. souvei.irsfor
forms." The New York World has- refusal of the individual or his igno-
tens to explain that this was a homer rance or indifference to act for the
rood of the state shall bring serious
homer by Chicago with the bags full injury to the state, either now or in
by Chicago with the bags full. succeeding generations, it is evident THE PALMS AUTO CO the ladies from the Dry
r o hat; the state must act, or known
Jim Woodward of Atlantais evils will continue to exist and in-
Mayor Goods and Grocery Departmentsand
crease.; FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.
being boomed for governor, and his In other words, Florida has no law
political opponents in that city are so hat prevents the marriage of persons -
the Men'sFurnishing
11111 inn from
11111 the
much pleased with the idea of getting with known or suspected tenden- till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 for men

'v' rid of him that they declare that if

, he will run for the office of chief executive Department:

.y that they will take off their

I coats and help him to carry Fulton (
county. Those who have watched "

T Woodward's fearless fight against all .
.' .
%;, forms of graft and lax business meth- e.. '
|fJ 1l' ods in Atlanta are ready to believe

that he would make a good governor.

l. There is no question of his sturdy a. Is Your Heart "In the Ring
; honesty and ability and his lack of {

fear is of his staunchest quali- .
one ,
: ot
': ties. Isn't it about time you "elected" the girl your

; 0 dreams as mistress of your heart and home, and pre

The Pensacola Journal thinks the sented her with .'
1 .
: editor of the Sentinel hasn't read the

f Bryan: primary law carefully because An Engagement Ring? f

f this paper suggested that ,the state

committee meeting set for March 14 win heart with Jewelry ,
4 You can any girl's your

f- date should in have view been of the called requirement for an earlier that Just show her the newest designs and let her choose diamond ur Mail r er Depailifienia e
the setting she prefers and we'll mount a
all county committees shall meet
Ib. not later than March 15. The Sentinel
: has read the law with some care We have wedding rings, too. / Is great help to our out-of-town customers, make
mu and sees nothing in it to make its .
Kr suggestion appear mal apropos. It is I ,. .J use of it whenever you can. Samples or information

|%: not because of any direct authority cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
P that the state committee might have .f

K. over the actions of the county committees I IJ Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues -

\\f that the idea occurred. The
We invite comparison values.ORLANDO'S .
[I county committees are certainlyIf - -- -
-- I
amenable to suggestions that may

i come out of the state committee, and

lfor* because the law is a new one with

b| which the people are not familiar the

H Sentinel rather expects the state committee T.HIvans the JewelerOPPOSITE

|fv to formulate a line of actionP" FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
that may be helpful to the countyfif
In such event it would
I committees.
H have been unquestionably better for Ave. Oilandn
I! the state committee to act in advance Orange n n.j

P of the county committees. We thoughtso EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
so when we made the suggestion and
I- the Journal's comment hasn't changedI CMIimiliimitHMMMillMllilltltftlit

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Pure Candy is More Than a ROBINSON STARKEY, Managers j oI T TOBACCO O RESOLUfON 'Cleg .

Mere Pleasure. Here's, Why.Of i M.I|
Open 9 a. m. to .10:30 P.
a Aged Senator Delivers Lecture to

course, hundreds of people all over the country I Admission llDODOIIDGOOllDGOGIIDGI 5 cents Colleagues on Correct Living
eat Candy just because they like Candy just to and Its Rewards .

satisfy that desire for something sweet-and you also !- -----

have done the same thing many times.If MR. AND MRS. GREEN ENTERTAIN Washington, March 10.-Senators JewelryThe

AT CARDSMr. today were discussing with unusual

we can convince you that pure candy is interest Senator Tillman's declaration -

healthful-is really beneficial from a food standpoint and Mrs. Wm. Green enter- ; in his address on his non-smok- variety of articles
ing resolution, that he believed he

why then you'll realize that your money is well ing tained at very their pleasantly home on Amelia Monday avenue even-, could lengthen the life of every man shown in our store o I'

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort their guests forming four tables of in the chamber, "if I could only get is ;

ment. "five hundred" and one of bridge. At them to believe what I tell them and III very great.

the latter, Mrs. Paige proved the follow my advice. The South Carolina -

most skillful contestant, while Mr. senator asserted his colleaguesate We have for you all

took the honors in "five hun- too much. "Since I was paralyzedfour

dred Lege," and each received a deck of years ago and read my own obit- V that is newest and best

BUTT'S LNDY f KITCHEN[ cards as souvenir. uary," he said, "twenty-one senators, in Jewelry. .

The general color scheme was pink including Vice-President Sherman,

and white, this being very effectively most of them younger than I, have

The home of pure home-made Candies carried out in the beautiful bouquetsof died." D Every article will D

A fitting epitaph, he said, for sena-
sweet peas and roses which were .
used in profusion.Late tors who have died in service ,wouldbe give years of satisfactiononly

Orange AvenueWADE in the evening the daintily "He lived not wisely but too well,
goods quality '
served refreshments, consisting of killed himself eating. -

brick ice ,cream, cake, bon-bons and "There is no doubt to my mind that offered under our

coffee, were enjoyed by all, the even- this great mortality among us is due

ing passed most pleasantly for each to the way we live in Washington," U guarantee. .

ANNIE COLEMAN CHAPTER, declared Mr. Tillman. "There is a
one present ,
U. D. C. Among the guests were Mr. and continuous session of banquets, din-

WADE Mrs. Thomas Crooks, Mr. and Mrs. ners and receptions. Automobilesand El

THE TUNER Will hold its regular monthly meeting Wm. Lege, Mr. and Mrs. George street cars are used by senators Allen & Co. ,

ORLANDO, FLA. Thursday, March 12th, in the Shinn, Mrs. Barrow, Mrs. Paige, instead of walking, and pure air and

Sunday school room of the Presbyte Misses Grace and Elsie Crooks, sunshine are things of which we get JEWELERS

rian church. All members are requested Misses Mary and Grace Holt, Miss too little." EverylMng Gnarafeei.

Messrs. H. N. and N. P. Swift, of to be present ll2tThe Rossiter, Mr. Wm. Green, Sr., and Continuing, Senator Tillman said: .

Newark, N. J., are in Orlando today, others: "Tobacco, I have been told by phy- Reliable Repairing.MMMHIMttltMltttMMMMMMIIIIIHMIIilMIIM.

guests of the San Juan. regular monthly meeting of the sicians, is a narcotic or sedative,

Equal! Suffrage League will be held PRETTY BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR while whisky is a stimulant, as every-

Mr. J. M. Guynn, one of Ocoee'U lesday morning at 10 o'clock, at MISS ALFREDA JAMES one knows. Many men use both and ,

genial and prosperous Chapel All those interested are constantly on the journey from
among the county seat visitors today. in the cause are requested to be pres- the garret to the cellar and back, being -
Miss Alfreda James entered her
int whipsawed, and their nerves
''teens" yesterday, and in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Taylor and racked by the constant conflict going I 161! leD
the occasion her mother, Mrs. H. N.
i Miss F. E. Taylor, of Philadelphia; PINE STREET REST ROOM James, gave a pretty birthday partyat on !n their system, while the stimulant {CIa=}

are among the late arrivals at the NOTICE and the sedative contend for
their home on Robinson avenue.
San Juan. mastery. It is the abuse, not the use,
The guests played games, and had
After due consideration the committee of whisky and tobacco that is so dan
two contests, Arthur Gore winning
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Davis arrivedin concluded it is not necessary gerous to health, for in moderation r
both prizes, one for discovering the
Orlando yesterday from Wilmington to have the room open after six they are both harmless, I think. : .r
greatest number of hidden peanuts,
Del., and expect to spend sometime o'clock in the evening. But will be "Since my illness four years ago I '
the other for fastening a tail on the I have
in 'this section. open all day, where residents and have learned more about the humane money to loan on im-
large paper donkey pinned on th
non-residents may gather to meet, body than during all the balance of -

Among the tourists arriving in Or greet, rest, talk, write, read, and play wall.The refreshments were deliciousice my life put together, and,I am sure ,

lando yesterday were Messrs. Geo. games, and to register., The commit I discovered some of the secrets of .
cream and home made cake,,
W. Foote and H. M. Leonard, from tee will also try to have some person nature and laws of health of which : proved city property.
served by Mrs. James and Miss Nora
Detroit, Mich. to give a short talk (on topics of the most men know nothing whatever.
James. Instead of the birthday can
day) at three o'clock every day. Notices The pity of it is that I had, to ruin
dles being placed upon the cake, one! .
Mr. W. R. Holbrook, representing of which will appear in our daily my health before I discovered thosethings '
was given to ,each guest, and a merry
the International Sugar Feed com papers. and learned how to live ration :
time was had when each attemptedto
pany, of Minneapolis and Memphis, i is W. S. BRANCH, Chairman. extinguish the light of the candle ally. Had I lived ten years ago as I s. VT A.

in Orlando'today.Mr. , am doing now my health never would
held by his neighbor, and the groupof
DR. STAGG WILL TALK ON have broken down at all.
happy faces made a most attractive
M. E. Weeks left on the Sea "YANKS AND REBS" picture. "I owe what degree of recovery I Phone 172KMIimilliMtlMIIIIMIMIIMIIMMmmmMMM

board train last night for Hawthorne, have made-and I am constantly be : I
Many dainty gifts were brought to
where he was called to the bedside of The Pine street rest room seems to ing told I look a great deal better '
Miss Alfreda, with the good wishesof '
his aged father. fill a long felt need. One hundredand and I know it is so-to will power and
her playmates: Elsie and Arthur
sixty have already registered.. self control in eating-the will powerto .
Gore Lillian Zona McCurrie
Starkey, .1.1P
Mr. M. S. Harrison, a popular diplomat The tables for writing and games Edith McMakin, Hazel Over- exercise my muscles and nerves "

of commerce, is in Orlando today are in use nearly all the time and sufficiently to give them tone and : llltHMMMIIIMItHMHIttlMMMtlllMlliltMiitIII
street, Thomas Butt, Frank Williams,
from Nashville, Tenn. He is a reading matter seems to get much keep the rust out of the joints. Butthe :
and Aileen and Wilbur James.
guest at the TremontMr. attention. Friends are enabled to.. greatest help to my health arisesfrom I '

meet friends; pleasant acquaintance i the self-control which enables :
Robt. Farris arrived yesterday being made. Short talks were given me to keep from eating things I : P l I Free 1

from Danville, Ky., and is visiting yesterday by the Hon. W. D. Gors-I Henry W. Kellogg, aged 75, ought not to." : '

with his sister, Mrs. Geo. C. line of New York, and Prof. A. C. Senator Tillman's resolution, unanimously I
rWatrous died at Maitland yesterday. The
on North Orange avenue. of Ohio. Today, Wednes adopted, forbids smoking :
home of the deceased was in New
-, day, at three o'clock, a short addresswill during executive sessions. He said : -
Hartford, N. Y., but he had spent several ,
Mr. F. M. Warren, a former well be given by Rev. Dr. Jno. W. he had been forced to leave the sham :
winters in Maitland with his
known Orlando man, but now residing Stagg. His talk will be humorous, daughter, Mrs. S. M. McIntyre, who ber and the caucus room during secret I We will give a package of Warner's Spaghetti free t
in Lauton, Mich., spent several on the "Yanks and the Rebs. sessions because he could not en :
was with him at the time of his death.
hours in the city yesterday greeting dure the fumes of tobacco. : with every purchase of a package of Warner's Maca .
He was well known and highly respected ;;;
and had been a prominent I roni. ,
Mrs. M. T. Brown and daughter, figure in public affairs in his native The annual meeting of the stockholders : Take advantage of' this special offer. Good for
place. ,The remains will be taken to of the Country Club will beheld I i
Miss G. Brown, arrived yesterday The new Methodist church, which is
for the
of election oi
new Hartford for interment purpose this week only.
from New York city, and are the nearly completed, will be furnished officers Thursday, March 12th, 7:30 : .

guests of Miss A. Dowell, at 405 East with one of the best pipe organs to A p. m., San Juan hotel. I
Church street be had. At a meeting of the stewards TRIP TO THE PANAMA CANALToday JAS. L GILES, PresidentV. :
at 4 o'clock and again at 2 W. ESTES, Sec.-Treas. I
last night, which'considered other -
t o'clock at the Orlando Opera house 3-7&3-11 : .
General Joseph Willis, of W oodviUe matters as well, it was decided to
will be shown the motion pictures I THE SANITARY GROCERY
N. H., is in Orlando visiting his purchase one of the_ latest models to SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTH =
and colored views of the to Pan
old friend and neighbor, Judge JohnM. cost between five and six thousand trip I am now organizing an excursion

Cheney General Willis is on the dollars. This will be in keeping with ama, including the scenes of the north party to New York and Albany, via CARUTHERS & GORE i
and southland, life at sea, the bottom Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe,
way to St. Cloud to visit some of his the other furnishings and fittings of April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25
old comrades of the G. A. R. colony. the church, which is one of the handsomest of the ocean in motion pictures, from Orlando to Albany, which includes Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street 1 1CUT
l life on the Isthmus, the
and most expensive in southFlorida. building canal baggage transfer in Jacksonville -
the passage of ships through the and New York. Special redu c-
Rev. Herbert
Cary-Elwes has
written -! finished locks, etc. An tion to those starting at Jacksonvilleor
his parents here of receiving a i opportunitywill stopping at New York. For good FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.IMMIIIIMHIHIMIIMMIIIMMMMMIlim.
be the i
given audience to ask
most cordial welcome for himself and ANNOUNCEMENT berth and rooms make reservations !

family from their new parishioners at questions, the purpose being to impart now of C. P. Smith, Hand building,
information in regard to this corner Orange avenue and Churctstreet :
Melbourne, where they went last weekafter Mrs. Ella Carr, of Chicago, asso before March 21. 3-5-tf
greatest of work of men's hands and I 1"J
a visit to Col. and Mrs. Cary ciate editor of the "Christian Socialist

Elwes. Among other kindly preparations ,," will lecture on the subject of what Tickets it may mean to our country. Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, .
purchased from schoolchildren
for their comfort the "Christian Socialism SPECIALFord 1
rectory Thursday evening wil be on Court street. 12-5-tf
pantry had been well supplied with March 12th, at 8 o'clock, at the I accepted at either

provisions and a bountiful hot supper Unity Chapel Admission free. Ev of the entertainments the hoursmentioned LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
above. TouringCar fully equippedas
awaited their arrival. erybody invited. 3-11-lt
--- Flowers
good as new
Mr. E. W. Summers, an attorney of C. W. Riley, the photographer, has NOTICEI ROSES VIOLETS
Lynchburg, Va. and a friend of Dr. moved his business from 405 Hughey hereby give notice that I will not ,

Edw. T. Poulson, is a guest of Dr. street, and can now be found at,303 be responsible by my wife for, Mrs.any Odessa debts contracted Broome CARNATIONS, PANSIES, $350.00

Poulson at the Baptist parsonage.Mr. Garland street Call and see him. Carland. ,
Summers finished in law at 3.7-lw PAUL CARLAND.

Washington and Lee, and has already 3-8-3t Four passenger Cadillac ready to

found some of his college friends in WOOD, COAL AND ICE
Eat what you want run $350.00.San r
Good Wood $1.50
Orlando. He is on a prospectingtour Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal Eat all you want ,

and it is likely that he will Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Take a postscript and forget it Better Wood $2 and $2.25
o choose Orlando as his future home.. For sale by all druggists.

Eat what you want. l-7-d&w-lyr Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 Juan Garage Co.
Eat all you want
IiOST-LitUe white poodle dog; Take For the news, read The SentinelOSTEOPATHY
a postscript and forget itFor z
strayed from The Pines. Answersto This won't last long,
the name of Toodles. Reward if sale by all durggists. All Night ServiceAJAX
returned to owner. 3-11-lt l-7-d&w-lyr Stock up while you can.

> T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone -
TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO 2 Orlando. DR. J. C .HOWELL Orlando Wood Yard
35tfLadies' TIRES don't cost more and are b
Chiropodist for both men and w o. Hours, 10.12,3.5, and by appointmentXo any guaranteed

men. Manicure, pedicure, face ascalp nil extra charge for house treatment 104 W. Pine St. for five thousand miles. aa
massage. Feet a specialty. L.'J. hair dressing, massage,

Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber: Telephone connections B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor ,' .
rtis & O'Neal's store. 24 -&lm Shop. 1-2-tf Office cor. Orange and Central Av e a I'

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A TRIP TO THE PANAMA CANAL I The new King of Siam is named PEOPLE'S WANTS WANTED-Ladies to bring those FOR SALE "WANT AD. WAY"Is

Today at 4 o'clock and again at 2 I Chowfa Maha Vajriavudh. The young combings to us.. Don't destroy Farm of twenty acres, about ten I I a sure way for results. The little
o'clock: at the Orlando Opera house I ruler is quite up to date. He'rides them. We will make what you,want acres cleared, about seven acres cul- advertisements that
needs to
I i I Come and see our stock and examineour tivated. 21-2 miles west of Taft cry your
will be shown the motion pictures in automobile, writes poetry and MUNNDfAKERS
work. We invite inspection. If P. 0., near Lake Davis. Good wire the multitudes, and bring results, no
and colored views of the trip to Pan- is very literary in his tastes. If he Notices of Loot Wanted. For Sale P.r you haven't the hair we supply it. fence on three sides. Small new matter what thing or man or opportunity -
ama, including the of the north and his name Beat etc. for this eotaiM. 25e for one daiOe /. Our stock is genuine. We make house of
scenes can spell pronounce for three days, or ILOO for OM week for ev- and well. About 15,000 feet you seek. Merchants find them
and southland, life at sea, the bot- without assistance he is certainly en- 25 words or L.& Money moil aeceapany erything to order. Will pay cash for saw timber. Land all dry and suit-I effective as business getters, and
the adrcrtkesMSti for this column u no combings. Nicholas & Nicholas, 303 able for trucking or citrus fruit. Am I use
tom*of the ocean in motion pictures, titled to be called a linguist and a
interUoni will be made on credit Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm too old to work it and will sell at a them regularly. People in all the

life on the Isthmus, building. the canal -I scholar. i FOR SALE-Automobile, and city WANTED-Small furnished house bargain. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla.! walks of life use and read them.

S the passage of ships through the, lots from $125 t o225 apiece. Wm.I. for the summer. Address E. E. 2-27-lm-d&w Just try a Sentinel want ad. to

finished locks, etc. An opportunity. There are some pretty good checker I Higgins. 3-8-6t Ireland, care Willola hotel, city. : morrow-you will be pleased with the
Ladies' hair
dressing, ,
'will be given the audience to ask players who hang around the tourists' I 3-10-3t massage results.
FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one HOUSE FOR RENT-210 North Or-I diampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
{ questions, the being to im- headquarters on Pine street If
purpose I acre in bearing orange grove; six ange. Apply G. A. Baas, care Orlando -I Shop. 1-2-tf
part information in regard to ,this carry a chip on your shoulder regarding acres cleared; part of land suitable B. & T. Co. 3-7-6tl' Warman Sells
and Fixes Bicycles,
greatest of work of men's hands, and your ability as a checker expert for gardening and trucking; located I
I half mile from city limits on public I Read Sentinel want ads. on Court street. 12-5-tf
; what it may mean to our country. ,"you might go around there and road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., FOB REN1

Tickets purchased from school get into the game.A I I careBox: x_431., city. 310tfFOR
: children wil be accepted at either I I RENT OR*SALE Good"house, FOR, RENT-5-room house, partly IIMimilMIIMilMMIMIIIIIIIIIMMIIIMIIilllitlThe
furnished. See Frank Soper, Room
Y of the entertainments at the hours paying quality of radium ore garden and farm land, on Conway 2-18-10t
& Davis
road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. 3, McNeill Bldg.
:' mentioned above. has been discovered in the island of
3-20-lm-d&w AltamonteALTAMONTE
Jamaica. Jamaica Rum, Jamacia FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand FOR RENT-Large attractive room
". It would be interesting to know Ginger and Jamaica Radium. Gee, unimproved land. See S. S. in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue.
2-4 tf
just how many of the men who are how would 'a man act if he should Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2- 6-wlm - SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
the president to send that combination.Mrs. FURNISHED ROOMS in new mod-,
advising an tank
ern home. Light housekeeping if beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L
army into Mexico, would enlist 'for I An elegant' modern home; four bed,desired. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next I R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served In Inte-

. the service. As a rule they are the Dwight will sell all sorts of rooms; two throughout bath rooms fruit; gas trees and elec-and, door to the Wyoming hotel. rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

class of people who pay little or no canned and preserved fruits at the tricity flowers. 509 East;Central avenue. Ro011E-FOR-RENT for light house most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on

.,. .- taxes, do all of their fighting with Rest and Tea room today. 2-15-tf keeping. 307 E. Pine St. 3-8-6t high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.

l their mouth and, that at long range. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.

Thousands of lives and millions of CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE I .. . . . ,Illlfl'' ,.. : Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve
is the Uncle Sam- LASTING 30 DAYS free to
money price your ments. Orange and grapefruit grove guests.
uel wil have to pay for the right No. 1-'10- acres, 21-2 miles south. Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet. :

of intervention and maintenance of east of city, on hard road, all improved -
the Monroe doctrine.t ; 175 budded orange and grape- One Bungalow Left to Sell j
fruit trees just coming into bearing; .
GEO. E. BATES & SON Proprietors
7-room house; the land is of the best. ,
The Jacksonville people are highly No. 2 Two 3-acre inside .
young groves
elated t over the fact that they are go- of city, nicely situated to divide M. J. DAETWYLERPhone : [Summer Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.

: ing to have several miles of "Dolar- into home lots. t illtllMMmilllHMMillllimHMHIIMIimimNew
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with Groom -
I': way paving." That may be all right house and 200 bearing grove;

: for a little village like Jacksonville; the 5 acres is garden land divided in 563

but down here we are not satisfied acre lots and recorded.No. .
4-5 acres east between Amelia
4 with anything quite so cheap and we
and Concord avesues, just over city

; shall soon begin work on some two limit line; a part of it to bearing .1.1 . ,'. .1, .1. . . ,11 " " Spring! MaterialsIn
hundred thousand dollar way paving grove and grapery; a fine 8-room
and out in the country the citizens house and other buildings. This is a I
\' rare bargain to get a city home just FOR SALE 'FOR RENT-Large, well furnished
of old
Orange County will travel over over the city line. Give this your at- Six hundred acres timber land, and I room to persons wishing suburban Foulards Embroidered Crepes Ratine
-: a style of paving known as the "Six tention.No. ten acre orange grove, with two milesof ;accommodations; also 2 acres good ,
hundred thousand dollar way brick 5-40 acres, 20 improved with lake shore, near Winter Garden, truck land, close in. Good opportu-
roads. 500 choice bearing orange trees, south one of the greatest trucking and nity for right person. Address "A," Crepes, Dainty Flaxons. The latest stylesin
'side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; citrus centers of Florida. The orange Sentinel. 9-8tf
. I fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also.4-room .
crop will pay interest on the whole HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms, Millinery.
W. T. ENTRICAN, furnished beautiful lawn and
cottage ; investment Terms. S. S. Griffin, modern located at 311 N. Orange
Painter and interior decorator. New shade; tennis court (cement); the Orlando Fla. 2-5
owner, Call at 311 N. Orange ave-
ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636.Qgcpert show place of the South, known as avenue. *
workmen employed. the Foss Grove. On account of the FOR SALE 600 acres of high grade nue. .224tfFOR MISSES HilILTON & DUNN
death'of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no citrus land 2 miles facing Orlando RENT Elegant furnished
longer attend to the estate. This and Oakland; brick road, and 21-2 rooms for light housekeeping. 406
sell ilNo.6Several Pine 2-4-6t
means East street
miles on lake shore. S. S. ,
nice homes, close to Orlando, Fla. FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, elec-
20 acres located three miles from Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. tric lights, bath; close in; large
-3 city ;)n proposed brick road; eight I Also choice lots, close in. FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will veranda and yard. 7 W. Robinson Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
acres bearing grove; two acres If you want to buy for home or investment exchange for second hand buggy. avenue, Orlando. 3-8-3t
cleared and ten acres timber; four I am a leader along these
R. F. D. No.2,
M. W. Heatherington, Patterns .
room cottage. Price $3,500. lines. Call or phone and make date Orlando. 2-22-14 -
s 25 acres four miles from city; ten for investigations.Open quaint, delightful little town in
acres in grove, four hundred bearing evenings. which to spend a few weeks en route
FOR SALE-Upright piano, '
north. Heart of the mountains. Tonic
orange and two hundred threeyearold 19 W. Church St-Phaie 398ForSale and bench
elegant mahogany case ;
climate. Particulars "
Scenery unsurpassed. -
trees twelve I .111"11"11111"11"1"1'1'
grapefruit ; acres I
Must sell at
at a bargain. once.
i Miss Willis Dixie Hall.I I
fruit land and three acres garden:
I $ $ Party going North. Apply 412 North 3-8-6t
t, land; cottage and barn, located on: Orange avenue. 3-4-3t Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
lake front Price $5,000. LOST-White crochet shawl between I

70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland : FOR SALE-Shetland pony, harness Park's tent and Orland hotel, Sat- : !
; three and one-half miles from and cart. Will sell at bargain if urday afternoon. Return to 814 N.I I
city. Price $30 per acre. I bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne Orange avenue and receive reward. : with
Five-room cottage and lot one hundred Circle. 3-7-lw-d&w 3-8-3t I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage,

by four hundred feet; located on LOST-On Wednesday morning, in : rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
b mair highway leading out of city. ii Modern 8-room : WANTED the Presbyterian church, or on the I Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
Price $2,000.Five .- street between the church and the verandas. Special
acres of bearing orange grove, ii House 2 doors : WANTED-To rent six or seven opera house, a black fur neck piece. six-room bungalow; oil finish, double base-
well located.. Price $2,000. room cottage, close in. Must be Please return to the Keystone hotel heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy
140 acres overlooking beautiful reasonable. Address J. L. D., care wainscoated and sealed suitable for laundry or
a ii west of Wyoming and receive a liberal reward. It ment, ,
lake, one and one-fourth miles from Sentinel. 3-5-4t fernery.
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'emn furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or

20 railroad acres station bearing and orange packing grove house conj -; i Hotel. Bar- : WANTED-Good once. Apply B. M.stenographer Robinson, Court,at Court street 12-5-tf House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These I

taining fourteen hundred trees. The House. 3-10-6t LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN lots connect at the corners, with rose house, between.

remaining land is high grade fruit : : gain. : WANTED family washings at While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
and garden soil. Price $12,000. once, from 50 cents up. Home Open to all. .
2,000 acres choice fruit land, well Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. "News" sightseeing automobilesfor
located. Can be had at a bargain. 3-8- Lookout Mountain, Point Park, '
y J. E; CRAWFORD A. L. Bentley E. N. COY
Office Over : WANTED-By a lady, position as Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
Blue Drug Store, assistant in office of Doctor or dentist Ridge and historical points. For St. Nortb.Orlando
res- 307 West
117 South ,
a Orlando Orange, Florida.Ave Phone 404, ii 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE j jMMttMMMIHiliiMMff Not any objection to leaving ervations, address 910 Market street. t
city: Address E. W., Box 202, Or-
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EMPIRE HOTEL Today's Program

The second chapter of "OUR MUTUAL GIRL. Don't
100 Rooms
miss the second reel of this wonderful picture, in it Marge-
Electric Elevator-Steam Heat,B.Jtbs-Hot and Cold Water in Each Room
ret, the Mutual Girl is seen at the Yale-Princeton football:>

il Cut Rates to January I, 1915
Mrs. Helen Robinson the
game, visiting only woman

( Rooms S6 00[one per) 51.00 week.per day. Rooms$8.00(two per) SI week..50 per day. Meals Board, 50Mwls:by and- the Room week,by 58.50 the. senator in the United States, making expensive selections ,

$20.00 per month. 30.00 per month. month, $50.00.Orlando. at "Joseph's" famous millinery shop on Fifth Avenue.

J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. ; Fla. Also "The Blow-Oat at Santa Banana A flying two

reel fa drama. It's and contains
ce a western story two

I thousand feet of laughs.

S t 5c toCONTINUOUS SHOW FROM 2 P. M. TO 10 P. M.-To all 5c

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BORING FOR OIL AT KISS1MMEE',I London is becoming excited over anew Omaha police judge told a woman! +4"lliC.IJI. llllllllllllellllllllllllll..II...

play entitled "Shall a Woman right out in open court that she ,
Kissimmee, Fla., March 9.Workis I TellBut, the rear question is, "
"talked too much. The judge is still
progressing rapidly on the well Orlando Investments -
attending to his duties, but he is now I THE MARKET
drilling by the Pennsylvania Oil com- 'Will a Woman Tell? !
pany, of this city. in their efforts to Delaware thief stole twelve chickens wearing a startled, apprehensive look, .

find a flow of oil at Kissimmee Park, and got away with them, but and jumps whenever a door opens Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
just across the lake from Kissimmee.C. dropped $90 in the coop. That's whatwe suddenly-Bridgeport (Conn.) Tele-
W. Ward, president of the com- call hard luck. gram. We will offer for one

pany, has great faith in the matter ___ _____ _h __ __ n___ -- - --- - week ,number of investments AND SALT MEATS
and says that if the operations are
successful this city will grow more in Orlando
rapidly than any other section of the Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Be Sold Within
state. The workmen have penetrated : Real Estate that will
over two hundred feet into the earthso Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
far. No stock is offered for sale 10 DaysWhat pay from ten to twentyper and pure.
in the company.
cent. Tourists who
We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

A THOUSAND PARDONS is known as the E.V.. Bullock home. have surplus money are everything in the Meat Line.

Mrs. Bullock has taken up her residence in Georgia,
The Orlando Sentinel will please The invited to call and get
where she has large business interests. ladyis

the pardon, deep us and, but complex when we inwardness venture into of here for a few days and is ready to make very attractive full information. The PARLORMARKET

a theme so abstruse as roller skat- prices to those wanting. a home or for an

ing in its relation to both the natural investment. H. M. Self & Co.
and constitutional rights of the Meet the lady at my office and do your trading Cooper & Atha .

Great American kid to the use of the direct with her.CHADWICK'S. PINE STREET
sidewalks of his home town, involv- 114 South Orange Are, Goound Floor
ing incidental but exasperating occas-
Phone No. 311 Phone No. 80HIIIIM.IiMMIIHHlMlilHMIIiMililllliltMllli
ional collisions with the adult citizens
thereof, using the same sidewalks in '
a' perfectly proper and legal manner REEL [STAn A AND D ..

for purposes of normal locomotion,I:
we rise to remark that the credit for j Business ExchangeOPEN IHIillMMIHMMUMMMMnMMIHIttlMtliiMliMMItlHIHIMMieMllllllfc -
such thesis is entirely our own. We : i
merely mean by this rigmaraole that : EVENINGS
the Sentinel inadvertently credited to
the Ocala Star our recent admirableand :I 19 W. Church Street Phone 398 |

exhaustive article.on roller skat- I IIMIMIiniMllllilllMMIMIIMtllllillMMIIMIWe W. M. SLEMONS .

ing. It was admirable because we I
greatly admired it after reading it in i .
print, and exhaustive because we
were in a state of mental exhaustion are the Peoplethat s

# after Lakeland we Telegram.had finished writing it.- New Goods Arriving DailyWe .

RANDOM SHOTS have made good. Why? Be-

One consolation about the coming cause experience has taught us how to

season in women's fashions: It can I
make formulas that suit all conditionsfor
not be any worse, and it may be some sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. .

, improvementThey both orange trees and vegetables. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

ate talking now of holdingthe Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. t
primaries in Chicago in the spring
in order that the women voters may Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. .
Now isthetiffle t fertilize
have new hats.an opportunity to show their & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

,j A good many people still continueto -
have beefsteak and eggs for break- -

fast, but we don't see how they do it, The Southern Fertilizer Co. W. M. SLEMONS
especially as so few have incomes of

$3,000 and,over. Orlando PHONES: ,Office32, Plant 31 Florida ORANGE AVENUE

"This is the time of the year when
the commuter begins to plant his gar- IKMIilMHtiHllillltMMHMMttMUHItKMMMtMnHMOrlando .
den," remarks an exchange. Yep:. To the West and NorthwestVIA
most of them already have in their

early blooming icicle seeds. -VIA- 'U""IIIIittxtt H$44ff4Mf .

An exchange remarks that "in Texas LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND
they are fining citizens who don'tvote .=mm mmm n ,WL Olt mmnmmmmmr..
'for' $10 and $25." Shucks! You .
can get any Texan to vote any-ticke I '\ 11111.1111111.1.. . . " . .
Dixie Dixie
two or three times for $2. Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

Lv Orlando, A. C. I..12:31 am 3:13 pmr I v Orlando. ........................ 3:13 pm
Jacksonville, A. C. 1.... 6tSam 'l:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pm
The Jacksonville Union Stockyards I y Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:33 am 8:2:5>>pmv v Jacksonville. A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
company has given notice that it has Waycross A. C. L..1l:50am 10: 3pm v Waycross A. C. L. .............10:0 pm \. ,
I r Macon, G. S. & F....... :13pm 4:15 amr r Macon. G. S. & F. .............. 3:46 am :
leased three and a half acres on Enterprise Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 1:25am Ar Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 7:19 am .:',
Ar Knoxville L. & :i. .............1 :lhm
street, in that city and will, r Chattanooga W. & A..1:18 am 11:35 am
.... .
Ar Corbin L & N. ..... ...... 3l pmr
let the contract immediately for the :Ar Nashville N. C. d; SL 1. 4:50 am 4:30 pm Louisville L. & N. .............. 90 pm '
r ........ \0Tater &; Light Co. z
buildings' stock pens and dippingvats Ar SL Louis, I.C.&1.&N. 2:50 pm '1:20 am Indianapolis L. no liO am
Ar ,
------ -- Lexington L. & N. ':58
together with all..the necessary Ar 1I0pk.insville, 1. & N........... 6:21 pm Ar Cincmanti, L._& N. ............. Sit pm pm
appliances for conducting a complete Ar Evansville L. &; N..... 9:%8am 9:25pm Ar Kalamazoo G. R. &; L ..........12:20 pm
stockyard market in Jacksonville. Ar Terre Haute, C. & E. L 1:10pm 1: lamAr Ar Grand_Rapids, G. R. & L ....... 2J I'm Electricity
Chicago. C. & E. L...., 6SOpm 6:50am i Cleveland,-Big Four ............. 7:15 am .
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Dr. BucRinaster i' Solid train, composed of section drawing Solid train, composed of electric lighted Gas Water Ice ,
;room sleeping (cars observation compartmeat
I cars and dining ear, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping ear and coaches T
.Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
: ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. '
Osteopathic Physician I: DIXIE FLYER through Jacksonville sleeping Louisville car between ana Jacksonville Indianapolis and; Office---No. 18 West Central Avenue jt j

132 Orange Avenue : Solid train, carrying electric lighted com Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between .
+ artment, observation
sleepers and electhe
Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
ighted section drawin .room sleepers. First
Next door to People's Bank, lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining car Telephone No.6.
I erves meals a U carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. i
up-stairs. Acute and chronic I


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: Under Will of His Father George

TLS Vanderbilt's Property,Goesto

His Cousin 34..6 Per .C nt.) b t a case

TIIESEffEBANKOrOWMDO New York, March 10.-Because"
I George W. Vanderbilt left no male
"Irl, h : heirs the mansion at Fifty-first street in Our Deposits In 15 Months
4w I the art works collected -
+i' IHq'p rl" l lh 4'llp and Fifth avenue
: by the late William H. Vanderbilt -

I I other the sum property of $1,000,000, will descend outrightand to I j Our Depositors :Know Why

Cornelius Vanderbilt under the will
of his grandfather, William H. Van- Do Yon? '
d k7. Yi derbilt, who died, in 1885.
-- William H. Vanderbilt left all his . .
LONG property to his widow during her life y :
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time; then to his youngest son, .. ,
3 George W. Vanderbilt, during his life
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YOUR SPARE CASH time. It was provided that George' (iiirl.Aprcaatoi1( ; 1.
should of his ..
W. Vanderbilt name one ..
remain idle .be for sons to inherit after him. In case
should not be allowed to or spent
I George W. Vanderbilt died withoutsons r$d r I II&rtt7
needless trifles. it was provided that the prop- j
should to William H. Vanderbilt I r '
Put it where it will yield an income for you. Deposit erty go lYJw '
grandson of the testator and son /Ol .
!. + it each week in the State Bank of Orlando where of Cornelius Vanderbilt. Furthermore -I -
it was provided that if WilliamH. ..tI -_
it will liberal rate of interest. Come in and
earn a open Vanderbilt died before his time to

z an account. inherit, the property should go to his \1)kE// S
younger brother, Cornelius. I '
c 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts ,
George W. Vanderbilt died withouta
I t son. William H. Vanderbilt, the $ r
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grandson, died in 1892, when he'wasa

It is several years since "a male de-

r sion.derbilt scendant" lived bearing in the the Vanderbilt name of man Van-. ... UJ, l t d Stit f! rI 1l)) r R>>@gll firY!

The body of George W. Vanderbiltwas
placed today in the family mau-
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New Dorp, Staten Island, near the f
old Vanderbilt residence, where he

lI was born 52 years' ago. The Right ,
HELP CLAY EAST ROAD AT MIAMI brief 11 I I I Ip I I III I II I I I t I'' 11/'I' i (I II I I IU II I IIII'i i iV rit III / lylil' I I {YI I I i -
TO op of New York, conducted a I li,I I IIIIId I ll l1 u I ', I "11 I I INII I di II I II IM I Ip/1I i IIf N Inl I I II I Ill I.l lI'r N II II I ii'I II !ICI I I I 1 plll" ;I III III ' 1 I ''' I I., ,--
The city council yesterday accepted service at the tomb. A small com- r.t
the offer of the county commissionersto Washington, March 10.-(Special.) pany of relatives and friends who
ough comprehension and understanding Telephones Installed Since DirectoryWas 420 R. L MercerMarket
help bear the expense of clayingthe -The senate today confirmed the came from Washington last night, of the conditions he has thus ably Published 174 Orlando & Sanford Transfer Co.
road on the east limit of the city, nomination of F. M. Brown as post- after the funeral services in that city, depicted. Through it all runs a vein 645 H. W. Barnard ______Residence 649 Police Night Call___Model Cafe
ij' provided the cost to the city does not master at Miami, Fla. was at the cemetery. that at the heart 656 Mrs. Irene Barnes____Residence 285 H. R. RemsenResidence
sentiment tugs
of 641 Dr., Miles RobinsonResidence
exceed $400. The proposition was almost irresistible appeal. The 170 E. W. Butt _____Candy Kitchen
with 643 Dr. D. C. ___
Roney Residence
r% submitted by the city at a recent NORTH MAGNOLIA AVENUE Sentinel "wants" fill your wants.A acting company is headed by Eiley 572 W. P. Chapman______Residence 478 S. N. SeymoreResidence---
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648 D. R. Caruthers Grocery
miss not out of her
meeting of the county commissioners. PROPERTY FOR SALE O'Connor, a yet 651 J. Sims Residence
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teens, but who has won her spurs on 150 John Empie Grocery 645: Win. Taylor ._.: __Business
a The road lies along the boundary line --- -
PLAY OF REAL MERIT Broadway, and she has the supportof 273 Empire 647 L. S. TennyResidence
: between the city and the county and House and four vacant lots frontingon one of the best acting 'companies 156 Florida Shippers' and Growers' 650 ,C. W. Thompson ___Residence
<' .it was considered a joint undertaking Magnolia avenue; also other lots The dramatic treat of the year, ever in the South, each member being League. 640 G. B. VentersResidence
"% fronting on Colonial Drive. Will sell "Paid in Full," will be presented at entirely adequate to the requirementof 340 1026 C.Henry F. Grannis Green ________Residence__Grove 644 F. H. Washington ___Business
roles. The is too
} the Orlando opera house for one night the various play 653 Mrs. Alice Withers__:Residence-
in the whole. This is Undertaker
part or our only, Thursday, March 12th. "Paidin well known to intelligent people to 639 Elijah Hand 304 0. D. Young ___Bicycle Repairs
A BLACK EYE home place that has never been of- Full" is the best play ever writ- need comment, and the management 652 Mrs. J. Hall Residence 3-ll-3t-eod

You give- one to you/ own judgment fered for sale before Best building ten by an American dramatist. The I guarantee a of high this class, clean, Prices clever 654 1026 W.Home R. Harney Laundry.__________Grove .
3 if you don't use Sentinel wants to location in the city. Call at 703 North story is a profoundly moving one,1 production great 655 S. E. Ives, Jr. ___Residence
50c., 75c. and Take
yet not without its lighter touches, for the engagement are your repairing to Warman on
solve your little worries and prob Magnolia avenue. A. Y. Fuller. with Seats sale at Butt's Confec- 642 R. P. Johnson ______Residence
J and it is portrayed an unerring $1. on I Court street. 12-5-tf
lems. 3-10-3t realism that shows the author's thor- tionery. 381 Bishop Cameron Mann-----Res.


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Fry' Always a very attractive place for the This department, the most attractiveof department is just a bit newer

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

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

PATTERN HATSa Palm Beach Suits, Flannel Pants and land store, is with us, and forms one of

the busy departments.MR. .

; very beatiful line of the Tango Colored Spring Straw Hats ROWLANDIs

Hats also., shown.
The well known Emory Shirts and Ar- manager of this Department, and the business

will be conducted by him along the very able and
Flowers and Feather stick-ups, the row Collars in all the latest patterns.In successful lines he has always handled it

fad just now, are here and shown by This department occupies space on the bottom

exceedingly competent trimmers. Hosiery we carry the famous floor east, facing Central avenue,

I'O1VYX'Brand. Mr, Rowland is wearing that same old smile

T' The ladies should get in the habit of that wont come off, and would like to welcome and

} visiting this department which is located In Underwear, USUAL

on the second floor 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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