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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 12, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00352
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe

news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.


VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURS DAY, MARCH 12, 1914. NUMBER 26.

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, ALLEGED[ [U FRAUDULENT U [ USE[ Of f MAILS i Telegram Last, Night to His Telling Parents of His Received. Freight Doors Will of Patrons Be-Delivered at Less Than to the I II T BORDER[ PAiROLSiRONGER l I N [ -


- Sudden Death Railroad Charges .
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WAS CONNECTED WITH BIG MOVER[ DENIES[ [ THAT Hf SAID A telegram announcing the sudden Beginning Monday an auto truck BillY SUNDAY STARTS RED[O NOT T COLQUITT'S APPEAL IS MET

EVERGLADES LAND STRIKE[ WAS CALLED Off death of Mark White, at Ancon, Ca- line will be operated between Orlando REVIVAL IN NEW V YORK WITH PROMPT ACTION

COMPANY nal Zone, Panama, was received last and Sanford, making two round trips FROM'ASHINGTON

night by his father, Mr. J. W. White. daily[ and having a capacity of four

No Referendum Vote Will Be Put to Mark White was an Orlando boy thousand pounds of freight on each The Preacher With a Punch Goes

GOT JUDSllIPIIILE[ WAITING the Strikers Yet as' to and wan well known and held in high trip. After the Devil in His T TROOPS O Will START AT ONCE f
regard by a large circle of friends in Freight rates will be cut below the
Such ction Own
Style
this city. He went to Panama sev- railroad rates five cents a hundred on -

,GOV. TRAMMELL APPOINTED eral years ago to take employment in all classes of freight, with the additional BELIEVED THAT THEY WILL
Calumet, Mich., :March 11-Spe- the; government service as a locomo- advantage that freight will be "When I started to preach, friends,
MAN WHOM HE KNEW TO
cial-"The strike has not been tive engineer. His wife was with him i delivered by the truck to the doors of I I got a dictionary and strung together REACH DESTINATION BY

BE UNDER INDICTMENTON called off and will not be now, at any at the time of his death. I the patrons, thus saving cost of drayage a lot o' big words that'd keep a SUNDAY AND AT ONCE

CRIMINAL CHARGE rate," declared President William His mother and father live at Lake besides the five cents a hundred.It ,Greek professor's jaw a'squeakin' fora BEGIN SERVICE

Rickard of the Calumet local of the Holden. Mr. Allan Cohoon, a close is likely that the new line will week-and my sermon didn't get

An unusual hearing is in progress Western Federation of Miners to- friend of the family, took the tele- be well patronized from the begin- : over the plate. I fanned."
p Washington, March 11-(Special).
before United States Commissioner night. gram to them last night that carried ning. Freight rates between Sanford (This was Billy Sunday, once cen- :
I -To
allay as far as possible the
Frank, D. Brennan in Jacksonvillethis This statement was made follow- such sad intelligence. Mark Whitewas and Orlando are burdensome, and the ter fielder of the old Chicago White
fears of the
people of the border two
+ week, being that of the govern nig the receipt of a telegram from under forty years of age, and people will welcome relief. A regular Stockings, but now "batting for the full regiments of infantry, seventeen
ment against Jesse L. Billingsley'and President Moyer, who was reported was the picture of health when he schedule will be maintained everyday Lord," explaining himself to an audi-
hundred strong, today were orderedto
Richard J. Belles, for alleged fraudu- here as saying in Chicago that the left Orlando. His remains will be as follows: ence which jammed Carnegie Hall
proceed to Texas to help patrol the
lent use of the mails in the sale of men might return to work, regardlessof brought to this city for interment. Leave Orlando'. 7 a". m.; arrive San- last night, says the New York Worldof border.

Everglades lands. A remarkable fea- the Federation, and treat either individually ford 9a.m.Leave Tuesday.) *
The troops ordered to Texas were
ture of the case is that Billingsley is or collectively with mining Sanford 10 a. m.; arrive Or- "I thought it over for a while, and

judge of the criminal court of Dade companies, "although," he sug- AlTHOUGH CONDEMNED[ [ TO DIE lando 12 m. then I said: 'Oh, Lo-o-rd! I've hadit the infantry seventeenth, the and former ninth stationed regimentsof at

' county having been recently appointed gested, "they should take a referendum Leave Orlando 1 p. m.; arrive San- doped out all wrong. The. devil's
Fort McPherson, Ga., and the latterat
to the position his appointment vote on the proposition." Rick- fRANK I IS NOT DISCOURAGED ford 3 p. m. the guy I'm after, and I can't get Fort Logan H. Root, Arkansas.It .

tt dating subsequent to his indictment, ard tonight received a telegram from Leave Sanford 3:30 p. m.; arrive him with big words. So I loaded the is expected that the soldiers will
which was returned by a federal Moyer in which the latter denied the Orlando 5:30 p. m. old oratorical gun with salt, red pep- be the
on waby daybreak, reachingthe
grand jury sitting in Kansas City. statements accredited to him. Says That His Innocence Will Be Store door delivery at. a saving of''I per, ipecac, acconia, saltpeter, tacks, border by Sunday.
It has been charged that state officials Moyer says he simply restated the Established and He Will five cents a hundred below the rail dynamite and barbed wire, and I let
This action after
comes immediately
j t were involved in the charges, proposition to a congressional com- Escape Gallows freights will amount to many thou- i fly."And Governor Colquitt's appeal for a more
but there was no semblance of testi- mittee made by Attorney Hilton for sands of dollars a year to the merchants -i when I let fly the devil tookit
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adequate border patrol and the recent
mony in that respect, so far as has the Federation, and that is, men on of Orlando. on the run, and every time I shoot
embroglio of Vergara, the case wherea
appeared, but the fact that Governor a strike may themselves treat with Atlanta, Ga., March 11.-Leo M. The truck which has been purchasedand that charge now he's lookin' for a texas
Trammell appointed one of the indicted the companies, but that the strike has Frank, condemned to die on April 1, which arrived yesterday is a hole." raiding party from dashed
across the line and recovered the bodyof
,men to.a responsible judicial posi- not been declared off and won't be unless for the murder of Mary Phagan, a Selden two-ton truck. No attempt Caught Long Fly Last Time Here Vergara.It .

tion while under the indictment, maybe by a referendum vote of the men fourteen-year-old white, girl t whose will'' be made' to build up a passenger Billy, or, as he prefers not to be
is 'understood 'to that the
developed as a significant, phase,, themselves. Rickard said the matter life was taken in the factory of the business, though occasional passengers called, the Rev. William A. Sunday, administration intends mean to to
b of a matter which has brought much declaring off' the strike would note National Pencil tompany! of which may becarried. revivalist extraordinary, made his go any

unsavory and unjustified notoriety to > put to a vote at present. Frank was manager at the time the Besides the regular run betweenthe first public appearance ,in 'New York length border and to preserve peace claSh along between the

Florida in connection with the Ever- 'crime was committed, made the state- two towns a general trucking since he wound up a ninth inning by Americans and'Mexicans.The prevent any ."

glades scandal ment from his prison cell today that business within the city will be done catching a long fly at the old Polo the
INDIANS ARL[ GROYr1NG?( CROPS IN troops ordered to border
'A report: of, the hearing, as it_ hasStarted although the date for his execution is All;:ci, this can not be done with one Grounds on One Hundred and Tenth today will be stationed at Laredo and
In the TimesUnionof little more than a month allay he'.is truck and others will be I street; more than 'tWo decades I
appears purchased as ago
RECESSES Of EVERGLADES Pass and the
\ at
[ [ Eagle cavalry now
yesterday, as follows: more confident than ever that he will :, the demand arises. I He spoke under the auspices of the these will be relieved! 'for
-' places exr
not die and that his innocence will be Evangelistic Committee of New York .f
In the federal court room yester- Mr. A. L Weathersbee will be in
tended border work.
,day, before United States Commis- Commissioner Louis established before the world. aCtive'charge' the business. _Associated City, which conducts tent, open air .
> A. Back
sioner Frank D. Brennan, the hearingof Spencer Frank states that he is certain that with him'will be Messrs.'W. D. and shop meetings the year around. .
From Inspection .With Cropof the evidence which will be presented And all the he named anda CARRANZA ORDERS VILLA TO.
the case of the United States of Rogers and L. B. Fort. The latter ingredients ,
America against R. J, Bolles and J. Spinach by his attorneys when the appeal to will be in charge of the office and few more, blazed forth from his CEASE SEIZING PROPERTY

Billingsley began, with Judge S. H. .. the supreme court on an extraordinary mechanical end of the business, being oratorical ,G t1ing.
motion for 'a retrial will cause He's with andno El Paso, Tex., March 11-(Special). r
Rush for; the government .Attorneys That the Everglades are* prolificwas managers of the San Juan garage, a preacher a punch
J C. Cooper, J. M.. I Carson and given ample testimony ,to manyin I that tribunal to grant the new trial.: which will be headquarters for the mistake. He roared and he whis -Carranza has wired Villa at Chi f

'George L. Davis for the accused, thelatter Orlando yesterday by Dean LouisA. I A detective> of national renown,' company, to be known as the "0. '& S. pered. His gestures ranged from the huahua that further confiscation of

indicted by the federal grand Spencer, commissioner to the'Sem- conspicuous in unearthing the dynamite -: Transfer Co." attitude of a base runner dancing off property by constitutionalists in the

jury at Kansas City, November 20 of inole Indians,' who is just back froma I conspiracy cares at Los Angeles; Mr. Weathersbee has been a trav- first to that of an outfielder trying to state of Chihuahua' must cease and

I last year, on charges of conspiracyto ramble of two months in the fast- f and Indianapolis, bus personally engaged . eling salesman for the past ten years, nail a man at the plate. He used the he intends to appoint a commission to

use the mails to defraud in connection nesses of the great inundated prairieto I to work OP the case. According ' having been identified for the greater grin of a" down and the dark grim- investigate the claims, of property <-

with the sale of 180,000acres the south of Lake Okeechobee.The I I to general report the services of part ,of that time with the Interna- aces of a tragedian.He owners who had property confiscated ';

of land in the Everglades district of evidence of growth which the I this man and his agents have been se- tional Harvester company. He is and every one else 'was amazedat by constitutionalists. This news has 1

Florida. Dean brought with 'him was a wellcultivated' cured by two private citizens of At-; well acquainted with the needs of the the size of the crowd which turned been telegraphed the state' depart- .

Among the features of the'events crop of 'hailon his chin, lanta. Representatives of the detect- proposed line and with the demandsof out to hear him. Carnegie Hall, ment'by Carothers, who hag been in !

yesterday were that the.accused: were better known in certain climes asi 1 I I ive have been in the, city trying to' the traffic business generally, and packed- sardine fashion, holds a scant conference with the constituionalistchief. i

placed under arrest in the courtroomby spinach or alfalfa. He arrived incog- [unravel the mystery for successive with his well recognized ability and I 3,000... But Evangelstic Committee "
Deputy United States Marshal nito. His'friends who had known him I weeks and he is expected to arrive energy will unquestionably make a gave out 6,000 tickets, it was

Norwood L Pinder, which arrest for the last forty years or more didn't i this week. success of the venture, which starts said, and then a lot of people came WOMAN SUFFRAGE LOST IN

,came as a distinct surprise, counselfor recognize him. The Dean lost his Since renewed activities were begun with the well wishes of all who know without tickets, hoping to get in. The VIRGINIA

Bolles and Billingsley saying they safety razor forty miles soubysouwest in the case, several affidavits about it, with the possible exceptionof result was a jam that filled Fifty-

were only then advised for the first from Immokalee, having departed have been made public by the defense, the railroad company. seventh street from curb to curb, Richmond, Va., March 11-(Special -

time that there had been a request to from civilization at Fort Myers, and other evidence has been disclosed When it is considered that the swaying and struggling toward the ).-The house of delegates today

issue a warrant on complaint made and forgot to come by a barber shopon which has been embodied in freights from Jacksonville to Sanfordby doors even after they ,were closed. defeated the bill providing for equal

by the special counsel for the government his way back. He emerged from the, extraordinary motion for a new I water are cheap in comparison to Clothing was torn, hats lost, and suffrage in Virginia, by a vote of 75
Counsel also stated plainly the Everglades on March 8, having trial. While the state is said to be :. the rail rates it is obvious that Or- there was such jostling and crushingthat to 13.HEAVY.

that they did not understand the pro- visited the camps of the Miccosukeetribe. equally as active, it is understood that lando stands in need of a cheap and the.reserves of the West Forty- ,

cedure, contending that this practicehas He had a smoke talk with the little additional 'evidence will be made rapid transportation line to connect I seventh, Sixty-eighth and One Hun- FIGHTING AT TORREON i
no precedent in this district. leaders of the tribe concerning the public until the motion has been filed with the docks at Sanford, in order to dredth street stations had to be called
With the of the by the defense. The solicitor generalhas of the I' out to battle their through and
reading complaint, offer of the government to allow each get the benefit cheap water way Mexico City, March 11-(Special).
attorneys for the accused stated that head of a family to homestead land, been in conference constantly rates. An electric or truck line will preserve some sort of order. There -Heavy fighting continues at Tor-
to to trial'! the during the past few days with city the felt need. were 8,000 about the
they were ready go on ranging according to conditions, from fill long i I surely persons reon. All details suppressed by
plea filed to the proceedings heretofore one"hundred detectives who worked on the case .' building.
forty to and sixty acres the war office. It is said the city of i
therein but the previous to the trial RIDE WILL BE GIVEN Still Has Base Gait
issued as to complaint -I each. He found the Indians not much AUTO Running Matamoros will be taken by the fed
and the issued TOURING PARTY TODAY Sunday, slim and agile in the
warrant now inclined to take up the offer. They as erals in eight days.
they desired to prepare a motion to have all the land they want anyway BROKER HELD ON CHARGE OF The second of the GillespieKinsport -!. days when he was a terror on the 1

test the sufficiency and the proprietyof and a good deal more, and there is no WHITE SLAVERYSan parties to visit Orlando this sea-' base lines-though he is now fifty-one FAMOUS SPORT WRITER DIES
that proceeding under that com- disposition on the part of the white son arrived yesterday, and registered -started at a 250wordsaminuteclip. 1

plaint. Asking for a continuance un- people owning the land to crowd Francisco, March 11-(Special at the San Juan. An auto ride about No stenographer could have followed Y
San Francisco, March 11
til today, this was denied. them. The commissioner says it will ).-Edmund H. Damon, a New I the city has been arranged for them him when he got fully into his -(Spe- I
cial-W. W. Naughton dean of
With the preliminaries out of the be fifty years before there is any York realty broker, was brought here Those in the party are: stride. He just jammed his sermon ,
sporting writers and for the
way at the morning session, the afternoon urgent.demand to make provision for from Los Angeles today to answer to W. L. Hammond and wife, T. W. afhis audience.He years t
sporting editor of the San Francisco
session began with the in- the Indians in this wise. Many of a charge of white slavery brought Miller and_ wife, C. B. Harris and took as his text the words, j;
dictment being filed and the government them, however, are taking readily to against him by two young women of wife, J. S. Studdeford and wife, J. 0. "Lord, Is it I?" the ,question asked of Examiner, died today from heart fail- 1
The funeral
ure. will be held tomor
announced that it rested. % the advice of the government to begin Jacksonville, Fla., whom he is alleged Studdeford and wife, Mrs. H.,R. Wy- Jesus by the apostles when He said

Attorney Cooper entered several farming, and he found several splen- to have brought here in the companyof man, Miss R. P. Lamson, Miss Nellie that one of them was about to be- row morning. .!

objections to the filing of the paper, did farms. All were small and culti- two men.PARTIAL Richardson, Miss C. Miller, Miss E. tray Him. He told of Judas askingthe j$* t

t after which Richard J. Bolles, of this vated in a primitive fashion, but they Miller, Mrs. M.. O'Neil, Mrs. M. 0. question, and, impersonating Judas A CORRECTION ? % 1

city, was called to the stand and the were doing well One Indian had ECLIPSE OF THE MOON O'Neil, Miss M. G. Fogarty, Mr. D. exclaimed: _____ .> ';

taking of testimony began. eleven _acres of beautiful sugar cane, LAST NIGHT: C. Hamlin, Mr. W. H. Wildey, con- "The dirty, double-dyed villain! In the Sentinel's story yesterday of 1
The witness told of his investiga- said the commissioner.The ductor. But Christ was next to him, take i it! the Mutelle-Brodwater case in crimi- 1

tions of the Everglades land beforehe commissioner made his trip in Many in Orlando viewed the partial The following who have profferedcars from me!" :' nal court it was stated that Brod- J

made any purchase and also testified anox t team with an Indian guide. eclipse of the moon last night which for the auto ride are requestedto He told of the Garden of Geth- water owned the house in question j

as to the proposed drainage by; The guide was under sentence of began about 9 o'clock and lasted for have them at the San Juan by 9:30 semane, with one group of eight and that Mutelle was the tenant It.

the state of the Everglades by the death to be executed in June. At the more than three hours, the shadownot this morning: apostles near the gate, another groupof was the reverse in fact. Mutelle

construction of canals. end of the journey the commissionergave passing from the surface jffair J. L Giles, H. L. Beeman, H. C. three_ further inward, and then owned the house. The story was correct *

The examnation of the witness was the guide twenty dollars for his Luna until after the midnight hour. McDaniels, J. Guernsey, S. A. John- Christ, all alone, in agony. The mod- in other essentials. The jury.

not concluded yesterday afternoonand services, he said, and advised him to The eclipse was almost total at eleven son, Herman Hillman, Carl Dann, ern church was something like that, brought in a verdict of simple assault -

an adjournment was taken until "hiapus which is the Seminole for o'clock, the astronomical calculation Wm. Brittain, H. C. Robertson and he said. and a recommendation to mercy.

9 o'clock this morning.The "fade away." The commissionerdidn't being that about ninety per cent of Ben Drew. As the verdict was not in accord with

Florida Fruit Lands company, seem to think that the brave the surface was obscured. It was the THE WEATHER the evidence or the charge of the

organized four years ago by R. J. would take his advice, but would first eclipse'of the year and was vis- Easter cards and Booklets are the Florida: Cloudy, with probably local court, it is likely that a new trial will "-

Bolles, is said to control nearly 500 probably remain and face his fate in ible over North and South America, next in order. Curtis & O'Neal have rains !Thursday; colder in north be-gran1ed. The charge against Mu- I '!

i (Continued on page 4)) true Indian fashion. western Europe and western Africa. the right assortment and central portions. telle was assault with intent to kill.r. .

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ed to that city by C. M. Roser, was I shall observe the following rules of the road 4 iiiiiiimimU IIIIMilllllllllim
t STATE NEWS NOTES which are applicable to all vehicles: 4 ..II..JI.IIIIII.tt
formally opened Friday afternoon, Rule 1. Keep to the right of the street
Rule 2. Keep to the right in permitting
held. The homeis
when a reception was
i another vehicle to overtake and pass and
located near the Augusta Memorial the overtaking vehicle shall pass to the left Today at
(From the Gainesville Sun) of the vehicle overtaken.
Hospital and is for the use of the Rule 3. Head the vehicles en the same
t Citizens of Umatilla are workingfor nurses employed at the hospital. Its aide'of the street in one direction and when
intending to atop at the sidewalk torn (if
a new depot. said to be handsomely furnishedand necessary and if turning Is permitted at that
point) so that the sidewalk will be at the I Grand Theatre
f ; conveniently aranged.The right of the driver when the stop has been I MONTGOMERYCMOTION f t
A live board trade has been organized made.
Rule 4. In making a. turn at a street corner -
1 at Archer. Peninsular> Telephone Companynow if the turn is to the left, go around the I I
-.",, has $250,000 in hand to proceed center point of the intersection: if to the ,
'- make the turn at the middle of the THE
THEATRE
:r with the big work of enlarging the right i BEAUTIFULWe
street. i
1. Jr. has been elect- cross
T. J. Appleyard ,
telephone plant in Tampa. Many Section 2. All vehicles most, in stopping.
f ed president of the Tallahassee Board park at the curb close and parallel thereto, '
miles of underground conduits will except as otherwise provided in Section 3. are now showing four pictures a day and our orchestrahas
of Trade. from the '
J be laid and the company proposes to south Section side 3.of Washington On Orange street avenue to the north been strengthened by Mr. Hauselt and his cello, making one
its overhead of Jackson street:
remove all of wires in aide
a The Clearwater Board of Trade On Central avenue from the west side of of the best "movie" orchestra's in the South.
time. It is expected that the new exchange Main street to the east side of Gertrude>ave ,
and othersare
has enrolled 143 members

1 joining every day. building will be completedand nue; Church street from the west side of iOn "LOVE'S SUNSET a Vitagraph feature in two reels. A
ready for use by the first of the Main street to a point 75 feet east of the ,

-J A considerable acreage in both year. railroad(except track motor on Gertrude cycles and avenue bicycles, all) vehicles must- strong cast' headed by Earl Williams, Darwin Karr and

sweet and field corn is being planted park at the sidewalk at an angle of forty-

, in Crystal Springs. The Tampa Times says: "A new I five Church degrees.street Within east of the the 75 railroad feet aforesaid track on no i, Clara Kimball Young, in a play of love and trouble within a

movement which has been started by such vehicle shall park in any position.The .
directions for parking at the sidewalk
{ Citizens of Port Tampa are agitating I a number of the negroes of the city, in this section and in Section 2 do not apply family, but with happy ending.
which has met with the approval of to any vehicle backed up for loading or unloading -
f seventeen thousand dollar bond finished.
a which must be promptly
issue for street improvement work. the mayor of the city and of the Tam Section 4. No automobile shall be backed "Physical Culture on the Quarter Circle V Bona Selig
Board of trade is aimed at the or- from its parking space on the parts of the
pa streets described in Section 3 without first
i,, As a result of a membership contest ganization of a negro board of trade. giving one distinct signal with ha horn or comedy with Kathlyn in a leading role."L1FE'S *

112 The plan is to unite the negroes of other warning apparatus.
'
held in Springs newt
Tarpon No vehicle (except motor
Section 5. cycles "
t mebers have been added to the the city in various lines of business, and bicycles) shall occupy the same parting min- WEAVING, an Essany drama with an excep-
consecutive
space longer than thirty
board of trade. together with the professional men of utes on Orange avenue from the south side of
the negro arce, in an organization street Central avenue to the north aide of Church tionally strong cast, well worth seeing

A new pasesnger train to run from working for the betterment of their Section 6. No vehicle (except motor cycles
and bicycles) shall stand on the street ad-
L St. Petersburg to Jacksonville, to be business conditions. joining the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad com
known as the Pinellas Special, will pany's passenger station on the east for a Children 5c Adults lOc
i. the scheduled arrival
+ longer time before or
Fire which started in the
be put on March 17th. buildingin departure of trains than fifteen minutes.
J St. Petersburg, occupied by the pri- Section 7. No vehicle while running on
the parts of streets described in Section 3, Continuous Performance from 3:30 to 10 P. M.
1 The Tarpon Springs Leader says: mary department of the city school, shall be turned to go in the opposite direction :
either on the said streets or at the intersec _
fl' "The orange bloom now on the trees about noon Friday, caused a near- tions. t

t is the heaviest ever known in this panic among the children. Fortu- abreast Section or 8.left No standing vehicle abreast shall of be any stopped other Friday, March 20-.."The Black Countess," a Pathe production

section and seems to be general nately most of the children were out vehicle (except a motor ode or bicycle)
:f.: throughout the doors enjoying recess. Two classesof stopped on the same side of the street nor ; in three reels. A story of love and intrigue ending happily.
groves. shall any street be obstructed by any vehicle.
little tots were on the floor wherea Section 9. Within the limits embraced betweei | Two other special reels. f
of Washington street t.
south side
the
I The plans of the new Plant City coal oil stove set fire to a curtain. the north side of Jackson street and from

school to be built from the $40,000 The fire department responded the east side of Main street to the east side . . . . .
of Gertrude avenue, no vehicle (including . .... . . .. .. .. .. .. . . . . ....
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bond issue have been approved. Bids promptly to the call and soon had the motor cycles and bicycles) shall be run at a :

<, will be advertised for at once for the blaze out. No one was hurt and the greater speed than ten miles per hour and
when turning corners the speed shall not exceed For Economy and.pur
t construction of the building. damage to the building was slight. eight miles per hour. In the rest of the -
city the speed limit shall not exceed fifteen G
miles hour. This speed limit shall not chase of
per money
power
T your
apply to the fire department when called out W R t G H
Miss Ella King of Jacksonville, who RANDOM SHOTS CO P 1
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force other SBBD T
on fire duty north the police or RFALT y
T recently made her debut into society peace officers when on duty. ESTATE "Try Wright's" Farm It
Anyone who ever played the good Section 10. No vehicle in any part of the FOR REAL
; of that city, has been' appointed I played the good old game of squat city shall follow the fire engines. or hose Business and Garden Seeds in
f maid of honor for the Sons of Veter-I carriages or other fire apparatus, 'when they \ Tat Our
tag should be able to do the low dipsIn are responding to an alarm or returning ata Florida
ans for the coming reunion. the closer distance than one hundred and fifty Orlando bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
't tango. yards; and no vehicle so following shall exceed -
the speed limits prescribed by this ordi-
J. L. Minnis a civil engineer of nance. Quality.Fresh .
We ridicule the gossip-yet, how Section 11. No vehicles shall use the side
Tarpon Springs, has secured an en-
I gineering contract in Manatee, many things we would leave undoneof walks.Section 12. No person under 15 years of Eggs 29C doz. II Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
would talk be permitted to operate or run an
we thought no one age shall
; amounting to $250,000 in connection them. automobile within the city. Sweet Milk '. 13C qt. II Ice soc 100 lbs.f Limes 150 doz.

with sewer and other improvements.The about Section 13. No automobile shall be run on pint ] Fresh Butter Milk ice .
, the streets or other public places without Sweet Milk 07c [ qt.Express
having between sunset and sunrise two bright
Not much reason to complain of the lights throwing the light forward. Every Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by ,

I Keewatin school, which is mak- shortage of money in Mexico when automobile must be equipped with a good horn all east of Rocky Mountains, at door $1.35 cash ,with order.
ing its winter home in St. Augustine, or other warning apparatus and with a sufficient I(charges prepaid) points your
they can make a lot more just as brake in good working order.
I has opened its baseball season. The Section 14. Every motor vehicle shall be

first game was played Tuesday with good, with a rubber stamp. equipped cutout or with other a muffler similar or apparatus silencer,shall and ao be 340 Acres Good Land

the Florida Military academy of Jack .... .
If a man wiggles, squirms and Section 15. Every motor cycle and bicycle
I sonville. shall have one bright light which must be 40 under fence 200 good trees two story house barn
looks troubled when you call on him, lighted while the motor cycle or bicycle is I acres orange ,
either he is very busy or he ex- running on the streets, or other public placet,
The Plant City Courier says: "The between sunset and sunrise and every motorcycle sale.
first hamper of beans of the present pects borrowed.you to ask for the five-spot he born or and other bicycle warning shall apparatus.be provided with a best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain

season was brought into town this Section 16. Every hack, dray, omnibus or
other vehicle for which a license fa required
week by J. Wilsher, who raised them by the city or any other vehicle engaged in I
Why worry any more because so carrying freight or passengers for hire, while
his old
t on place near Knights, knownas
between sunset
mary of the young women are exposing on any street or public place n
the old Sessions place. and sunrise shall carry a lighted lantern on
their wishbones to the weather. either side in front.

S,, The railroads in Florida will grant A New York doctor says that vehicles Section which 17. All are required persons driving by this or ordinance riding

a fare of one and one-third from all colds are caused by too much cloth- to be equipped with a warning apparatus
fk shall make signals when crossing an intersection ORLANDO BANK K a TRUST COMPANY Y
Florida points to Miami on account of ing. another or on vehicle turning from a earner the rear., and oa pasting -

the state convention of the Benevolent Section 18. No hackman, chauffeur porteror
4 and Protective Order of Elks, THE LINE WAS BUSYA other solicitor of any kind shall solid
passengers, baggage or other patronage upon
i which meets there April 6, 7 and 8. the platforms or sidewalks of any railway Orlando Florida. .
of streets adjacent ,
station nor upon the parts
young lady telephone operator,. thereto, except on such parts of the plat
c At a recent meeting of the Hast recently attended a watch-night acre forms sidewalks and streets u the Chief of Condition at the dose ef business December 31, 1913 r t
Police from time to time mark off and
ings city council it was decided to ice and fell asleep during the ser- designate may for that purpose. And no such persons

place an order for a fire engine and mon. At the close the preacher said: shall solicit patronage in a boisterous RESOURCESLoans
or obtrusive manner.
f' two hose reels. This. win give that "We will now sing hymn number Section 19. The Commissioner of Public and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10

t. town a new and modern fire fighting forty:one-three,. forty-one." The stands Works for may vehicles in his for discretion hire and establish require public that Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37

Y apparatus. young lady, just wakening in timeto such vehicles occupy the streets only at such Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26018.33;
stands, when waiting for employment A
hear the number yawned and said: description of such stands, when designate. Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57

The plant of the Cowart Lumber "The line is busy, please call again." shall Council be entered on the minutes of the City Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25974.87

Company, just South of Tallahassee, Section 20. The word "vehicle" shall in-
clude and bicycles unless a contrary -
motor cycles
on the G. F. & A. railroad, was de- AN ORDINANCE intention is expressed in any part of $656,382.24

stroyed by fire a few days ago. Origin this ordinance. LIABILITIES
> Section 21. Any person violating any of

i: of the fire is unknown. The loss Regulating the Use of the Streets the ished provisions imprisonment of this ordinance not exceeding shall ten be pun-day Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100000.00
by
is said to be about $10,000, with par- and Other Public Places by Vehicles or by a fine not exceeding two hundred and Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86Deposits

tial insurance. Hackmen, Solicitors and Oth- fifty Section dollars.22. This ordinance shall take effecton .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
ers. April 1, 1914.
) The Times-Union of Friday con- Be it Ordained by the City Council of the ,Adopted March 6, 191(. $656,382.24
City of Orlando: E. F. SPERRY :Mayor.
tained a fine picture of the men's bas-
Section L That every person driving or Attest: .
; ket ball team of the state school for riding any vehicle on the streets of the city CARL JANSEN City Clerk. 3.7.1mGrove

the deaf and blind at St. Augustine. Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68Deposits

J' They have had a most successful sea- IMMMIIIIMMMIMIMMMMIHIIilMillliHMMM on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38

son, having played fourteen gamesso
... . . . . . . 31,195.70The
far and won all but three.A Increase . . . . . . .

LandThis officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust

motor delivery wagon, the prop- Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

erty of a meat market in Miami, was friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .

totally destroyed by fire a few days management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects

ago. It is supposed that the fire was Season's Best Bargain the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in

caused by the breaking of a gasoline this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and

pipe which feeds the engine, permit- strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-

ting gasoline. to run in 'the exhaust @ ful statements to its patrons.

pipe. M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.


: During the last week 39,760 quarts 75 acres fronting half mile on Orlando- M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, CashierWE

, of strawberries left Plant City. This
'. Sanford hard road. Borders small lake
a
season's crop of berries has so far ,

netted the Plant City growers $102- suitable for irrigation purposes. In sight of

566.28 and the total receipts amount walk from R. R. station
to 438,425 all and three minutes Every Try Our Classified Ads NOTICE
" quarts, except a
very hotel accommodations. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
and
Postoffice
good
few of which have -
been sent to northern AND DO ALL KINDS OF Notice is hereby given that the City
markets by express. They have proven their worth many of Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
Price $15 Per AcreIt OPTICAL REPAIRING times and will be just as valuable to' 1915, pay off with interest to that

f The case of the state against Dep- you if put to the test Let them be date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9,10,19
your agent in: and 20, of the City of Orlando sevener
uty Marshal Cleveland Purvis of must be sold immediately. Renting a house, selling property or cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892,

Pompano, wherein the officer is anything on the market, finding lost ccording to the provisions made for

charged with the murder of a negro articles, securing help or positonsin edemption in said bonds.

prisoner in his custody, was brought R't = a thousand ways they can be used Dated CARL February JANSEN 11, 1914., City Cleri.:
profitably.

up for County the preliminary Judge Adams hearing today and before rloo R M E mm Co1 DR. L H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST Warman Repairs and Retires Baby -12-lm -


Purvis was acquitted.-West Palm Carriages on Court street. 125tfNows W. T. ENTRICAN,
> Beach Note in Times-Union. Block Offers to Orlando the newest and best
Watkins
rat Phone 504 (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likta) of workmanship in the painting and
the time to subscribe. Everybody's decorating trade. Phone 636.
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FOR SALE-At a bargan, if takenat Mlllllllllliiltlllli
once: One two-chair barber .
shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203 A
Boone street doing good business; ,
be
10 acres good land just outside city Cook
to limits, 125 bearing orange trees, With GasWe
grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
ATTA1NMENT 'and two large pecan trees; four room
'
in house, new barn, good horse and rig,
i' MY farming implements. This place is have not said much about gas as the best
ofTE located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto
sell on account of health. Address means of cooking lately because we have been too busy
pOLe Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at
203 Boone street. 2.25tiACCIDENTS with other appliances, but now that warm weather is

I .. o coming on we are preparing for more work becausewe

d'I ,. I realize that warm weather is the time when the Gas
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Will happen, but they can't stop that Stove shows up to best advantage.You .
III I continuous flow of fresh buttered popcorn -

," ,.; ... oM .' and fresh roasted peanuts.My don't have to heat your whole kitchen up witha
". ,/ .. little
gasoline explosion put me
...... 'i'I.(" ," at tl I out of business for the past week, hot coal or wood fire and you don't have to bring in
'( ']) ]' V but as I am now well and can get
\\ A I" ;> ;,' back at it again, my aim shall be to wood or take out the dirty ashes-all you have to dot
.
'\ .' _' : ) I .
\\ \ j ) please our customers.We
\ ,
r'h1l1 '.: 'I..M, / ", ,/ are located at 1211.2 Orange is "strike the match" and turn the valve." Come in and
rY I ) j jf" avenue, between the J. L. Giles Real
\\ t.. .,<;--I...IWS'I, ;-. '" .I Estate company and the E. E. White- see our line of stoves and ranges.ORNDO .
,,I'\\\\ :< .. head barber shop, where we expound
"t .h )::;
,\'\\\\.... ( ;;;IJJY fresh roasted peanuts and fresh
r.I } popped and buttered popcorn.
@1
ONLY THE BEST CREAMERY
( ,<. (.I..M'. :<': \/' ./-: 1., BUTTER USED
\\,;' 1( i'if Corn popped and buttered, butter
\
., /V.} '\\I}\ ,((r" i"M" .JI'l'f. cut and melted. Peanuts roasted and
,
if .!; '"1' 1) /:,:-.r."....; I j I sacked before your very eyes. So it YtATER & LIGHT T m.
; hf-:4// .P
{:....'.- giio&.1:7.. is that we have to live up to the t
; One day we roast the imported
I .j jI
,
I I Spanish the next roast the
i : peanut we Gas Department i
:
!"I ,I :: All Famous Sun peanut. So, if you
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are particularly fond of either we
I a will have them for you. " "I"'I"'IIIIIII"I'I'III'IIII'I'I'I.

:; .CO'a, I Ii i The Peanut & Popcorn Machine

Give us a trial. REMEMBER our I ABOUT FOUNTAIN PENSThere
i\\ : nEDERI J I aim is to please.

1211-2 S. Orange Ave.
OltF are plenty of good fountain pens in

/_ MMIIMMimilMIIIMHThe the market and unfortunately there is also a

supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a

,." better self-filling peh than the Conklin,
ulo mlI
'
I Supreffle i and have never sold a better one of the other

R I type than Moore.1 Non-Leakable. We Sell both

kinds on an absolute guarantee of "your mon-
II oil that has ey back if you want it. ' A good fountainpen

stood the su- has come to be almost a necessity to every -

Document preme test business man or woman. If you have none ,

I or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us
1'
show you the guaranteed sort.
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Appeal. A drama of THAT ,_ -t -

; W. S. BRANCH

suffering. A wonderful story Goo d Gulf GaaolinePe The Arcade Book and Music StoreORLANDO ,

; single-handed victory
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: Interesting Finely Illustrated difficulties.Reading. Read it G. WALTON, Agt. : OPERA HOUSE t



3U.3teod'i at W. S. Branch's Book Store Pine Street
PHONES 450-269 Thursday, Mar. 12


.lilllllllllMMIIIIIMIItMlllllllimiMMIIIIIII. Will E. Culhane Presents Eugene Walters
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$ Nashville R. R. -- "PAID IN FULL"

Shoe Repairingby
OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO ,INCLUDING

E1LEY O'CONNORAnd
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE, PARCEL POSTMen's
CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO, An All-Star Cast
GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO., The Only Play that Ever Ran 2 Years in New York City
; Half Soles, 7c to 8c Winter and Summer
ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv. udl.s' Half Soles, 60c to 7Sc The Best Acting Company of the SeasonIn

\ le ............ 8:15 pm Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750 One of the Best Plays Ever Written
............12:00 n'n
.............. Ar. Montgomery 8:50 am Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo .
On 6:40 pm Ar. Birmingham .:::::::::::12:10 n'n Produced in An Elaborate Manner
.............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ................ 7:40 pm Heels Repaired, 250
..........:...*7:15 am Ar. Evansville 1:35 am The play that is Clean and Wholesome The Play that
I ...:............. 7:45 am Ar. St. Louis .::::::::::::: 7:40 am All work returned in 24 hours. Is Worth While
Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago ............... 9.38 am Orders without remittance returned ..
............ 9:00 pm Prices 50, 75 and $1.00 Curtain 8:30 Sharp
............ 7:00 am DIXIE FLYER C. 0. D. We pay
............... 7:10 am return. postage. Seats on sale at Butts. Carriages and autos be
may
: DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
train to the We t Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am Ordered 10:50 P. M.
.......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ...........1:0011'11 H
; .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm A.llansonI9 HIIIMIIMItMHIIIiimiMIMMIMMMIHIIMflMWe
................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 650 am ORLANDO'FLORIDA*>rast Pine Street

Lighted Trains with Through Sleepen. L. A; N. Diners. No Better
Car Service id this Country. Fait Time. Rock Ballast N. Dad or >i IIIIMIHilllllll are the Peoplethat

ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train with dining cars,
and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville, Cleve
Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Di- To THE WESTVIA
to Toledo. Detroit. PitUborg. Buffalo.
UI. LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago have made good Why? Because -
dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation sleep
to St. Louis on Dirk Limited over 5 hours fastest and only one

sleepers. to ROUTE Chicago.has sleepers through to St. Louis daily.,and con. SMINOl[ [ LIMITED[ experience has taught us how to


information, ask the Ticket Agent or.address H. Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm make formulas that suit all conditionsfor
Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway, Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville 1 Lv Jacksonville,Fia.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm
2.25-eod-2m Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.lllO pm both orange trees and vegetables.
Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am
I Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 amAr
Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 amAr
f Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 amAr .
Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga._ 7:30 am No'isthetinetoFertilizeI t
( ,I r Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 pAr
Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm ,
& Gore Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35.pm
Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C_________11:07 pm
Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C____12:13 am
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EHBALHERS. Southern Fertilizer Co.Orla.n
.
Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C.7:05 am

Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C_____ 1:38 am PHONES Oilicc32 Plant 31
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES Ar Matoon, lIt, I. C._______, 3:30 am o : Florida
Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am
COMPARE Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am
Ar Chicago, Ill., L C______ 7:50 am

v lti. v 1 art. i,, vat
FURNITURE Solid Through Trains-Composed 01 GN l/rriG;c, '7J.0% F u

observation, compartment, drawingroom -
We provide the quality of furniture that has long section, sleeping cars, 31dee 7
: accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the reclining chair cars, between Jackson 4- -
of merit.: If an article is here it is good. ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make St Louis. All meals in dining
: point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
: ; this business, and that means much to any' buyer. car.For f lets and Pullman car reservations

:all on fr..J
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W. R. WEAL, City Ticket Agent,
MeN LL & DAVIS BLOCK, or !!
D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,
Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla. J I Atlantic Coast Line, s

Orlando. _
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You give one to your own judgmentif I .. : \ f9tK tt':1.\.f. 4 4.1.L.i; .if( {
I'' ri''be I tar the Seue1Vr l you don't use Sentinel wants to
.' r lems.solve' your little worries and pro MILG1U10RL. INUlM( \ ,STOW.*JWW: WMtttWSl&I ..

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;4, THE DAILY JUDGE FACES TRIAL the Lucerne is a Majestjc'-r I

(Continued from First Page. titled "The Thief and
L South Florida Sentinel 000 acres of land .in the Everglades.It two-reel drama in which '

F MORNING AND WEEKLY is alleged that 180,000 acres were regeneration of a thief by:
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor tad Oner. placed in the hands of Robert J. Mar- of a book on electrical =
tin and Joseph H. Borders, sales he had bought at random .
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida
I u Second Class Mail Matter. agents in Kansas City, and by them one time was trying to I
sold in small tracts to 12,000 persons, A very pretty love .
TO ADVERTISERS: in Kansas I
mostly City and adjoining
Copy for display and all other hand-set territory.The .
advertising mast lie handed in at the business " " " "
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. grand jury investigation was
} the dar before publication. This rule applies undertaken some time ago at the be-
to chances for contract advertising; it is Cash
invariable and wifl be strictly adhered to. hest of small purchasers who were
dissatisfied with drainage conditionson
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
their It said that
One Year .....................$5.00 tracts. was
i Six Months ................... 2.50 more than $2,000,000 was involved in
the saps contracts and that
Three Months................ 1.25 more
In Advance. than $700,000 already has been paidto
i the company.
THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914. Some of the purchasers claim their Real
lands were entirely under, water and
--
The Ocala Star is against the could be reached only by boat. Com- I for cash or
amendment which seeks to abolish pany agents asserted that the state I I
the office of county treasurer, and the of Florida was under contract to I
Tampa Times'is for it. This is aboutan drain the tracts and that canals soon
even break and the amendmentwill were to be dug and the land put in
be adopted. condition for cultivation.An Dr. A..
r unusual incident of the investi-
o I gation in Kansas City was the for-
Ocala is entertaining the grand mal petition of Herbert S. Hadley,
lodge of the Knights of Pythias this ." " 't" "
i former governor of Missouri and at-
week. Ocala has fame for
a hospitality torney for some of the officials of.the
: which will be sustained on this " " " "
land company, for leave to introduce
occasion. It might be added by way certain witnesses before the grand
of that it is for t A. Y. FULLER
parenthesis good a
jury. The petition charged that Syl-
town to achieve such a name. vester R. Rush, assistant attorney

u general was refusing to admit cer- THE
f The man who doesn't need it is the tain witnesses who he believed would
man who gets it. James K. Hackett, in the
testify company's favor. Fed-
; who is worth a fortune and can earn eral Judge Frank Youmans denied the I
all he wants, has just inherited more
petition on the ground that to do
life and
; than million from relative who For long
a a otherwise
would upset the entire system -
': didn't like him, and Cornelius Vanderbilt of federal grand jury investigations. full stock of
t has just come into.the possess .
s sion of George Vanderbilt's fortune. of competent
Deeds to the tracts purchased by I
Question: what will they do with it?
he 12,000 perIODS were executed to : guaranteed.
o trustees to be distributed to the own- :
f It doesn't help any congressman i ers. The trustees brought suit :
; much for him to get Washington against the company to recover .$75-I
\; newspaper men to write about what 000 for their services. This suit is : R [
a good congressman he has made, the now pending. THE
t articles to be used for campaign pur- .
Those named in the indictments are I
f We drop this hint to Senator :
poses. Richard J. Bolles, Jacksonville, Fla.;
3. Fletcher. The people of Florida have
A. Paddock Jesse L.
i George Chicago;
I- probably made up their minds about I Billingsley, Miami, Fla.; John Math- '

I the matter and are not likely to bet ews, J. H. Martin, R. J. Borders, -

influenced by outside advice. Edward C. Chambers and A. D. Hart, >., ..
o of Kansas City. Each was indicted j
1 Jacksonville is making preparations
on twenty-one counts.
i to entertain Vice-President Marshall Attorney General McReynolds.short
t on his way to Fort Myers in April ly after he took office turned the case :
/ to address the press association. Fort over to Assistant Attorney General &
Myers is having its day with distin- Graham, who, after an investigation, :
!. guished sons. Henry Ford and John directed the United States district attorney s s

t Burroughs, who have been visiting in Kansas City to ask indictments I I
Thomas Edison there, have just returned from the grand jury. Mr.Gra- ENGRAVING'I
t north, both saying they were ham last November said the prosecu-
I glad they came and declaring the climate
tion would be pushed with vigor. OFFICE, SAN JUAN
and advantages to be superiorto The Florida company acquired I

./., California's. about 180,000 acres of land in the
y _ _A _
counties of Dade and Palm Beach, in I
Senator Tillman's advice to his colt
} Florida, before March, 1911. At that
leagues in the senate on the dangerof time the land is alleged to have been
of over eating and the use of alcohol under water but the claim was made .
::1 and tobacco was all good, but it is not that the state of Florida had con- .
;j, to be expected that it will accomplish tracted to drain the lands through ..

,i any individual reforms. The sena- canals and that purchasers would get
1 tor's anti-smoking resolution was the benefit of these improvements.
adopted out of respect to the aged ,
t member, because he declared that he LUCERNE TODAY
1 could not stand the fumes during
executive The program at the Lucerne the-
sessions. It is a part of the ater, "Orlando's Best Photo Play REGULAR f

4 general perverseness of mankind that House," is one of especial interest to
l no man ever takes such admonitions I those interested in motion pictures, I Orlando and
t directly to himself; he admits that it as it includes a Keystone film enti-
3. is good but rather unconsciously be- tled "How Motion Pictures Are
lieves that it is intended for the other Made." This film shows all the suc- I
tf fellow. The senator admitted in his cessive steps necessary in making a Hauling of all
J; talk that he never realized the blessing finished film. This picture will please Service. Prompt
t of good health until he lost his, all who see it.
and testified that he was living today Another feature of the program at +" " " " " "
after a stroke of paralysis because
.
i' he had learned to exercise a wholesome -

self control in eating and taking
.
exercise. It is not to be denied that
I : .
: such lectures as that delivered by the .
I senator accomplish some good, and
for that reason they are to be encouraged -
t but in spite of them all dire ,
stress of experience alone will con- .
tinue to be the most effective cor-
Is Your Heart "In
f' rector of evil habits.0 .

The Atlanta Journal in a double Isn't it about time you "elected"

column editorial urges a new trial for dreams as mistress of your heart

Leo Frank, the man condemned to die sented her with
for the murder of Mary Phagan. The

Journal is to be commended for its An Engagement
bold action, for there can be little
doubt after reading the editorial de-
You can win any girl's heart
scribing the conditions in Atlanta
during the trial that it has requiredno Just show her the newest designs r e
little moral courage to take such a the setting she prefers and we'll

stand in Atlanta. This probably accounts ., mond of the.purest water.
. for the fact that the Journal We have wedding rings, too. t
has committed itself only tardily and
= that it is so far the only paper in

Georgia to do so. Several papers in .. : I:
., Florida, notably the Tampa Times,
the Ocala Star and the Orlando Sen-
tinel editorially declared for this sim- .
ple measure of justice some time ago.
4" Pressure of loial sentiment undoubtedly -
has suppressed such expressionsfrom
the Atlanta papers. Now that
F an influential journal has declared for
, .
; it, we may reasonably expect to see a T.H.Evans the
reversal of the decision of the court ,
which refused to grant a new trial.
In any event we hope so. The Journal -
OPPOSITE
states the case correctly and em-
phatically when it says "Leo Frank n
has not had 'a.fair trial He has not EXPERT REPAIRING AND
1
been fairly convicted and his death

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I FAVORITE THEATRE WEDNESDAY CLUB I fli

: Eating Pure Candy is More' Than a a f The members of the WednesdayCard
ROBINSON & STARKEY, Managers g club were prettily entertained

I yesterday by Mrs. James I. Thornton,
Here's Why.
Mere Pleasure. Open9a.m.tolO:30P.M.l
2 and three tables of players enjoyed a .

I Admission 5 cents ft| series of hotly contested games of .,,'

Of course, hundreds of people all over the country DallDCDallDODallDCDallDCDallDC.FA ."five hundred."

eat Candy just because they like Candy just to 'THEATERTODAYA I In scoring Mrs. W. E. Hudson came
first, Mrs. 0. S. Robinson making the
satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also Special Feature lowest count. JewelryThe

have done the same thing many times.If Imp. "Bleeding Hearts." A three- Potato salad, lettuce sandwiches, "
reel drama. A masterpiece in every
saltines, coffee, salted nuts, cakes and I
that is sense of the word. Its value as a
convince candy ,
we can you pure the hostess at of articles
lesson in history can not be estimatedin custard were served by variety 1
healthful-is really beneficial from a food standpoint words. Most every one is vaguely the close,of the afternoon.
I I that is well familiar with that part of history Among the guests were Mrs. A. A. shown in our storeis
why then you'll realize your money during the fourteenth century when
Carmack, Mrs. W. P. Roberts, Mrs.
spent when you buy Candy from our large assort 1 lar the to Jews post, after by bigotry being driven and unreason-from pil- Emma Duffey, Mrs. S. B. Chalfant, very great. :I'

ment. ing hatred of both Christian and Mos Mrs. E. J. Temple, Mrs. Hoppins,

lem and alike secured, finally peace came and into rest Poland under Mrs. Walter Wescott, Mrs. Lawrence We have for you all .
I Watson, Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Mrs. W.
Casimir. But few familiar,
M King are
and best
that is
however, with the circumstanceswhich E. Hudson and Mrs. 0. S. Robinson, ,newest
were directly responsible for with whom the club will hold its next
I BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN[ the reigning conditions at the time, or meeting. in Jewelry.
of the various tragic incidents that
entered into the brave struggle the
Jews made. In this feature many of BAPTIST PRAYER AND PRAISE o Every article will D
these incidents have been marshalled
home-made Candies SERVICEThe
The home of
pure together in a finely balanced story give years of satisfac
and service at '
praise
that has been given exquisite inter- prayer
Orange Avenue pretation. With the idea of giving the Baptist church last night was at- tion..-only goods of qual--
perfect detail in settings and costum- tended by two hundred persons, and
ing, in order that the atmosphere be after the service the social committeeof ity offered under our
harmonious, the Universal company
HlllillllllllllliH have been lavish in their expendi- the church served hot chocolateand
tures. wafers, and a general social hour guarantee.
Others charge 20 cents for this fea- was enjoyed. Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poul- r

, I Miss L Patten, of Bangor, Maine, ture. At the Favorite always 5 cents. son, the pastor, conducted the service

is among the visitors in Orlando. -'--- others talk. There
I and invited to
WADE Miss Gussie Jennings left yesterday ANNIE COLEMAN CHAPTER, were several brief talks by visitors as Allen & Co. ,
THE TUNER
on a visit to her sister in Lake- U. D. C. well as residents, and the meetingwas
ORLANDO, 'FLA.
,much enjoyed.Mr. JEWELERS

f land.Mr.. H. M. Cobb, of Boston, Mass., Will hold its regular monthly meet- Everything Guaranteed.

.is among the late arrivals at the San ing Thursday, March 12th, in the W. S. Mills, of Bridgeport,
Mr. J. A. Stevens, of DeLand, was I Juan. Sunday school room of the Presbyterian Conn., is on a visit to his friend, Mr. Reliable Repairing.HMMIIMIMMIMMIMHMItMHtmMIMMtmM.
an Orlando visitor yesterday.Mr. church. All members requested r
are Charles Granniss. Several years ago
Mr. W. H. G. Scott, of St. Petersburg
E. 0. HaHie, of New York, has is among the visitors to Orlando to be present ll-2t Mr. Mills was a visitor to Orlando
rooms with Mr. J. H. Fuller, 307 East today. and was so impressed with the oppor-

Pine street. OLIVETTE COMMANDERY WILL tunity for an auto truck line between
I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Oliver, of Long
Lecture on Christian Socialism at HAVE WORK AND SUPPER Orlando and Sanford that he tried it.
Beach Cal. in Orlando
are guestsof
Chapel tonight. Be sure to I Road conditions were such at that
Unity
the San Juan. :
hear itMrs. Olivette Commandery No. 4, Knights time, however, that the venture 161 dJ!:I
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Samuel T. Freeman has ar-I Mr. J. Hugh White, of Jacksonville, Templar, will hold a double session proved too much of an undertaking to ,Cla==

rived from Phiadelphia and is was among the business transactorsin today, beginning at 3:30 i in the after- be successful and he had to give it

Orlando yesterday. noon and at 7:30 in the evening. Sup- up. It is rather noteworthy that
ping at the Keystone.
\ i Christian Socialism will be the subject per will be served at the lodge room upon the occasion of his visit this
F John T. Fuller with her two
Mrs.
of an interesting lecture at at 6 o'clock. The Red Cross degree time Mr. Mills will witness the inauguration -
little daughters, Lois and Dorothy, Unity Chapel tonight.Dr. will be conferred upon the following of just such a service as
left yesterday for Arcadia to visit
and Mrs. M. M. Hammond, candidates: he attempted several years ago. He
her mother Mrs. Giles. loan improved ..
I have
to
Miss Ethel Bonham and Mr. Ralph Robert J. Dodd, of Winter Garden; has all faith in it yet, and feels sure money on

Major and Mrs. J H. Smith have Merrell were in Orlando yesterdayfrom A. J. Holt, W. A. Smith, H. C. Stanford that the present venture will succeed.LA .

arrived from Memphis, Tenn., and are Eustis. Roma Thomas, C. W. Dunn, J.

the guests of ,Mrs. Kate Wright on Quite a number of Floridians are at E. Lupfer, S. L. Lupfer, H. C. Johnson VICTOIRE CORSET BEING
Lake Cherokee. of Kissimmee. DEMONSTRATEDMrs. city property.
I the Seminole, among them I being a
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Fuller, of Savannah party of five from Orlando, Mr. and Following are the ladies who will Happe, an expert corsettiere,

spent Sunday and Monday Mrs. W. M. David and daughter, M. serve supper: Mrs. L. A. Spencer, demonstrating the La Victoire corset,

with, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rath, and J. D. Beggs.-Times- Mrs. Chas. Lord, Mrs. Bliss, Mrs. De- will be at the Yowell-Duckworth com-

H. Fuller, at 307 East Pine. Union of Wednesday. Witt Miller, Mrs. Joseph Dawson, pany's big store the remainder of YN.A. y-

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stump, of President Johnson of the Norfolk Mrs. Geo. McCulloch. the week, showing the season's latest S. .
'located models. It will really be a treat for
ti Milford, 0., are peasantly & Western railway arrived in Orlando
with Mr. T. H. Fuller for several MEETING OF THE ORLANDO our, ladies to meet Mrs. Hoppe and
early yesterday in his private car
weeks. They are well pleased with over the Atlantic Coast Line and EQUAL SUFFRAGE CLUBA learn,something of the latest in cor Phone 172llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfllllllllllllll
Orlando. sets. See the big middle window,
spent the day looking over this sec-
Keep in mind the big Mendelssohn tion. He and his" party left last night very enthusiastic and interesting which is dressed with the La Victoire
An- meeting of the Suffrage club was heldat models. Second floor. Take the el-
concert drama, "The Martyr of i at 6:40 for Tampa.
tioch." Soloists of Jack- Unity Chapel Wednesday morning, evator. 3-12-lt -
Cyril Tyler 1
Mr. R. L Temple, of North Carolina
Gilchrist Mrs. Mrs. Mary Safford presiding. Several
sonville, Miss Mary ,
his old friend
was calling on IMIIIIMIHIIIitllt
A SAD MESSAGEMr.
and important subjects were discussed,
Martha Palmer Carr, Forrest Martin
Judge William yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hufnal, of 606 I
Dabney Carr. 3-12-tf and letters read from the national as- I
Temple represents a manufacturing sociation. Plans made for so- North Orange avenue, Tuesday night I
a
were
Mr. and Ms. J. H. Porter left yes- concern that makes machine knives, I ;
cial tea to be held at the home of received telegrams, first of the illness
terday for Lookout Mountain. They and had visited the mills Lockhartand Free
at
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their Spaglielfl r
death of
Mrs. William Beardall Friday after- and then of the sudden [ [

have since had November rooms ,with and Mr.were T. H.delghtedwith Fuller successful Apopka results..and other points with noon, March 20th. Every one, whether daughter-in-law, Mrs. Willard A. I

t interested or not in the subject of Hufnal, wife of Mr. W. A. Hufnal, 4I
Orlando. They hope to return
winter. Mrs. B.. G. Abernethy came down woman's suffrage, is cordially invitedto of Asbury Park, N. J. Mrs. Hufnalwas I w.
next
from Orlando a few days ago to look be present. Several new clubs a young woman of about twenty- --- i

Dr. W. K. Brower and family, with I after her orange grove. She is the have been recently organized in the eight, and was much beloved, and the I

their maid, who have spent the win- guest of her daughter, Mrs. E. V. state and much interest shown in this sympathy of the entire communitygoes We will give a package of Warner's Spaghetti free
ter in Orlando with Mrs. M. A. Clark,!! Whitaker, while .in the city. Mrs. important subject of political equality out to the bereaved husband and
on Central avenue, left to day for Abernethy has a number of friends in to Mr. and Mrs. Hufnal, who have with every purchase of a package of Warner's Maca-

their beautiful winter home just pur- the city who are always glad to see won many friends here, where they

chased at Mt. Dora, Fla. her.-Tampa Times, 11th. DR. STAGG ENTERTAINED THE II have been coming every winter for roni.

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dahl, Miss TOURISTSDr. I the last four years. Take advantage of this special offer. Good for [

Charlotte Dahl, and Miss Nina Dahl GOPHER CLUB OUTINGThe
this week only.
arrived in Orlando yesterday from Jno. W. Stagg, pastor of the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

Washington Court House, Ohio, and. Gopher club enjoyed a pleas- Presbyterian church, spoke to the
are pleasantly located at the San ant outing Wednesday at the country tourists at .the room in the Arcadeyesterday LOST-Between here and Sanford, a
Juan for an indefinite 'sojourn. home of Judge Ed. Fisher. Picnic afternoon. His talk was demountable, inflated tire, 34x4.
fr lunch served with hot fish and Reward. Herman Hillman, 400 Mag- -
was
stories the
mainly illustrating negro nolia avenue. 3-12-3t THE SANITARY GROCERY
TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO coffee. All had a happy time. dialect and wit, and kept the audi-
Chiropodist for both men and wo-
Manicure ence in happy humor for the twenty LOST-Gold and ivory handled um-
face and
men. pedicure,
& GOREPhone
CARUTHERS
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L, Telephone the Sentinel your neW3 minutes that he occupied. The Doc- brella; name Walker carved on han-
items. It will be Sentinel office.
appreciated. dle. Return to
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over I tor's dialect is so true to nature that
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm Try the Sentinel Job Department. one can close his eyes and believe the 3-12-lt 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

i speaker is a real descendant of Ham.C. LOST-Wednesday, 4th, one plain sil
tiMtMIHIIIMMMMIIHtMliMMilMMMMmillllPAUL E. Howard, secretary of the Or- ver card case; initials N. H. B.
lando Board of Trade, will speak at Finder return to Hammond & BunchCo. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti"t"il11" .
and receive reward. 3-12-2t
tourist headquarters in the Arcadeat I ti

GILMOREAnd 3 o'clock this afternoon. Mr. How- FOR RENT-Room and board. Ad-

ard always has something interestingto dress 25 Gould street. 3-12-3t

say.
FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the
Associate Players In their
NOTICE-I will not be responsible week or month; cheap. Phone 571, SPECIALFord
or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm )
Great Comedy Drama for any debts contracted by my

wife after today, March 11, 1914. LUTHER THE FLORIST TouringCar fully equippedas J
3t C. T. HUNGERFORD

i "Captain Alverez"AT I NOTICEI Cut Flowers good as new l 1

ROSES, VIOLETS,
hereby give notice that I will not $350.00
H be responsible for any debts contracted CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
=- .THE- by my wife, Mrs. Odessa Broome''
Carland. POTTED PLANTS
3-8-3t PAUD CARLAND. Four passenger Cadillac ready to

.Lucerne Theatre.
Eat what you want. Good ,Wood - $1.50 run, $350.00.San .
Eat all you want. j jj
Take a postscript and forget it Better Wood $2 and $2.25

FRIDAY.WCH. 13th, 1914 For sale by all druggists.l-7-d&w.lyr Best Wood $2.50 aid $2.75 Juan Garage Co. j

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your This won't last long,
Seats on sale acLxW/rharmacy, Wednesday -, All Night ServiceAJAX
. : Stock up while you can.
March 11th. I
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: DR. J. C .HOWELL Orlando food Yard TIRES don't cost any more and are guar-

Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo thousand miles.
; i Prices 5075.$1.00.$1.50.HttllMIIIIIIMMMiiimmilMMIIIIIillllliiii" extra charge for house treatment '104 W. 'Pinc St. anteed f for five

.., Telephone connections B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor f- .., .
Office cor. Orange and Central Ares. Jo
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Out in the State of SHOTS Washington a CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE PEOPLE'S WANTS WANTED-Ladies to bring those FOR SALE "WANT AD. WAY"Is

judge called a lawyer a car and LASTING-30 DAYS them.combings,We will to make us. what Don't you destroy want.! acres Farm cleared of twenty, about acres seven, about acres cul ten a sure way for results. The little

' threatened to beat his head off. Any-c No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles southeast MUNNIMAKERS Come and see our stock and examineour I tivated. 21-2 miles west of Taft advertisements that cry your needs to

;; thing to keep up the decaying prestige of city, on hard road, all im Notices of Lent Wuted. For work. We invite inspection. U P. 0., near Lake Davis. Good wire the multitudes, and bring results, no
; of the courts. proved; 175 budded orange and grapefruit Bent, etc.. for this eohu... the for Sale ODe daCOe Fer/. you haven't the hair we supply it fence on three sides. Small new matter what thing or man or opportunity -
trees just coming into bearing; for three dtijn, or $LOO for MM week for Our stock is genuine. We make everything house and well. About 15,000 feet of you seek. Merchants find them
y 7-room house; the land is of the best. tt words or -. Money most aceezaJlU1 to order. Will pay cash for saW timber. Land all dry and suit-
And now upside-down aviation is so No. 2-Two 3-acre young groves inside the drertuesiuti for thus ealnma, II ao combings. Nicholas & Nicholas, 303 able for trucking or citrus fruit. Am I:effective as business getters, and use
insertion will be made
common in Europe that it fails to of city, nicely situated to divide on credit Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm too old to work it and will sell at a :'them regularly. People in all the

draw a crowd. Why not, then, go into home lots. FOR SALE-Automobile, and city WANTED-Small furnished house i bargain.. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. walks of life use and read them.
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with Groom lots from $125 t o225 apiece. Wm.I. for the summer. Address E. E. 227lmd&wLadies' Just try a Sentinel want ad. to
back to the really dangerous trick house and 200 Ireland Willola hotel
bearing grove; Higgins. 3-8-6t care city.
of flying right side up. the 5 acres is garden land divided in 3-10-31 hair dressing, massage, !i morrow-you will be pleased with the

,. acre lots and recorded.No. FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one HOUSE FOR RENT-210 North Or. shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber results.
'" 4-5 acres east between Amelia acre in ,bearing orange grove; six Apply G. A. Baas, Or-
A New York court has declared ange. care Shop. 1-2-tf
cleared of land suitable
and Concord just acres ; part
aveaues over city lando B. & T. Co. 3-7-6t
$ that lies told during courtship are limit line; a part of it to bearing for gardening and trucking; located Sentinel want ads. get results.

j no cause for annulment of marriage. grove and grapery; a fine 8-room I half mile from city limits on public FOR REm Read Sentinel want ads. Ever Try our Classified Ads.ilillllUMMMMiMIIIIIIMMMtMilimHitMtfttH.
t "Let the buyer beware," holds goodin house and other buildings. This is a road. Bargain. Address M. C. B.,
f the matrimonial transaction also. rare bargain to get a city home just(I care Box 431. ,_city.! 3-10-tf
over the city line. Give this your at.t I FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house, FOR RENT-5-room house, partly
1 tention. garden and farm land, on Conway furnished. See Frank Soper, Room .
! Mr. Edison says the best training No. 5-40 acres, 20 improved with clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t

! for children is found at the mother'sknee. 500 choice bearing orange trees, south 3-20-lm-d&w \ The Altamonte
r It certainly is the only posi side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand FOR RENT-Large attractive room
fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room unimproved land. See S. S. in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue.
tion in which the slipper can be used cottage.furnished; beautiful lawn and Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm 2-4 tf
effectively.An shade; tennis court (cement); the FURNISHED-ROOMS- -in new mod- ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .

show place of the South, known as i FOR SALE ern home. Light housekeeping if beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L J
the Foss Grove. On An elegant modern home four bedrooms
account of the ;
English writer says American death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no I ; two bathrooms; gas and electricity desired. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in interior
I door to the hotel.
girls who exp<..t to marry titles soon longer attend to the estate. This throughout; fruit trees and _ Wyoming Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
3 become as expert in politics as their means sell it.No.6Several. I flowers. 509 East Central avenue. ROOME FOR"RENT for light house- most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
307 E. Pine St. 3.8.6ti
sisters to the manner born; that's nice homes, close to 2-15-tf keeping. high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
Lake Eola, and,other of the
right, blame the muddle on a perfect Also choice lots, close parts in. city. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
stranger.The If you want to buy for home or investment -i 1",1",1.1 Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improvements -
I am a leader along these Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.

Kaisers ruling that the woman for lines.investigations.Call or phone and make dale I I Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.

must take the man's arm, may be fol Open evenings. One Bungalow Left to Sell

.1 lowed by an ultimatum that no marx n: 19 W. Church St-Phaie 398
GEO. E. BATES & SON
may sit, in a street car while a wo! Proprietors :

man stands and that hats must be NORTH MAGNOLIA AVENUE M. J. DAETWYLER .[Summer Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H. :
doffed in elevators.It PROPERTY FOR SALE .
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is House and four vacant lots frontingon
now possible to step from an
_- aeroplane hundreds of feet in the air Magnolia avenue; also other lots Phone 56311111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111i

- and alight safely on the ground by fronting on Colonial Drive. Will sell

means of a l e-prescnng sort of in part or the whole. This is our I

: parachute, tnat was declared worthless home place that has never been offered New Spring Materials

i a few months ago. Still we do for sale before. Best building
$ location in the city. Call at 703 North
not think we are in danger of have FOR SALE |'FOR RENT-Large, well furnished
the atmosphere crowded by people Magnolia avenue. A. Y. Fuller. Six hundred acres timber land, and room to persons wishing suburban'
In Foulards Embroidered Ratine
t' alighting from express aeroplanelines 3-10-3t ten acre orange grove, with two milesof I accommodations' ; also 2 acres good Crepes,
f' 14ke shore, near Winter Garden, truck lame, close in. Good opportu
in that way.-Greenvil1e (Ohio) SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI one of the greatest trucking and nity for right person. Address A," Crepes, Dainty Flaxons. The latest styles
Advocate. I citrus centers of Florida. The orange Sentinel 9-8tf
am now organizing an excursion crop will pay interest on the whole in
W. T. ENTRICAN, I party to New York and Albany, via investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, : HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms, Millinery.
Painter and interior decorator. New Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, owner, Orlando, Fla. 2.5 i ii modern; located at 311 N. Orange
April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 i avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave
ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. I
Expert workmen employed. from Orlando to Albany, which includes [FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade I'' nue. 2-24-tf It j HISSES HAMILTON & DUNN fI .
baggage transfer in Jacksonville citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando
and New York. Special reduction and Oakland brick road, and 21-2] FOR RENTS legant furnished I I
.,: FOR SALE to those starting at Jacksonvilleor miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, rooms for Ii /housekeeping. 406
stopping at New York. For good Orlando, Fla. East Pine streei\ 2-4-6t
20 acres located three miles from berth and

city on proposed brick road; eight of C. rooms P. Smith make, Hand reservationsnow building, FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will FOR RENT-FqrnisX d rooms, electric Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCalTs
acres bearing grove; two acres corner Orange avenue and Church exchange for second hand buggy.M. lights, bath:' 10se in; large
H' cleared and ten Price acres timber; fourroom street, before,March 21. 3-5-tf W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, veranda and yardrX" W. Robinson Patterns
cottage. $3,500.
Orlando. 2-2244 avenue, Orlando >v 3-8-3t
25 acres four miles from city ten
f acres in grove, four hundred bearing; Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA-
orange and two hundred threeyearold on Court street. 12-5-tf I FOR SALE-Shetland pony, harness A quaint, delightful little town i in -
grapefruit trees; twelve acres and cart. Will sell at bargain if which to spend a few weeks en route HHIIHIMW+
fruit land and three acres' garden i I II bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne north. Heart of the mountains. Tonic tttMHIIIMilillltllllHIIReal
land; cottage and barn, located on I] IMIMMMMIIMIMIMti Circle. 3-7-lw-d&w climate. Scenery unsurpassed. Particulars
lake front. Price $5,000. II Miss Willis, Dixie Hall. > Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTEN'TIONI
70 acres,choice fruit and vegetable I i For Sale WANTED 3-8-6t
land; three and one-half miles from I LOST-White crochet shawl between : ;
;T city Price $30 per acre. : WANTED-To rent six or seven Park's tent*aad Orland hotel, Saturday
a Five-room cottage and lot one huns I reasonable.room cottage Address, close J.in.L. Must D. be afternoon.'Return to 814 N. I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
dred by four hundred feet; located on I Sentinel. ,3-5-4t care Orange avenue ceive reward. rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
main out | Modern \
highway 8-room 3-8-3t
leading of city. :
Price $2,000.Five WANTED-Good stenographer,at : Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. osixroom

acres of bearing orange grove, House 2 doors once. Apply B. M. Robinson, Court LOST strayed-Littlewhite'Xpoodle l n The Pines. dog; bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
: well located. Price House. 3-10-6t
$2,000. to the name of ToocHei. Keward basement
1 140 acres overlooking a beautiful west of Wyoming WANTED family washings at returned to owner, \3.11.1Cash
lake, one and one-fourth miles from once, from 50 cents up. Home
Warman fixes 'e125ti furnace. Lot 40x100 including house or fernery.
Registers. m rose
railroad
station and packing house Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel.
20 acres bearing orange grove con; i Hotel. Bar- 3-8- on Court street House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These

taining fourteen hundred trees. The WANTED-By, LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
lady
a position as
and remaining garden land soil is Price high grade fruit : gain. assistant in offie? of doctor or dentist While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or offer'the whole for $3)800) and allow dealer's" commission.

2,000 acres choice fruit$12,000.land, well Not any 'etion to leaving. "News" sightseeing automobilesfor Open,to aH ......,..... _._..It.- .- llt..
I, located. city. Address,W.,'Box 202, Orlando
Can be had at a bargain. Fla. Lookout Mountain, Point Park,
3-8-3t
Office J.Over E. CRAWFORD Blue Drug Store, \ A. L. Bentley, Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary E. 1ST. COY

117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, 10 L AMELIA AVENUElilMIMMIIilMtlttftM WOOD, COAL ,AND ICE Ridge and historical points. For res 307 West St., North.Orlando
Orlando, Florida. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ervations, address 910 Market street.

1 2-20-tf Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf 33Apr.23 ItlMIIIIMIllliiiiiili MIMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

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1W Rooms AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN New aid Modern ON THREE STREETS. ROOMS 75c, $1.00 AND

Electric Ekntor-Staa Hat,Batht Hot and Cold Water in Exp Room $1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.

J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. .,.
Cut Rates to January I, 1915

Meals,50c.
Rooms [one) 5looptr daf. Rooms (two) SL50 per day. Meals by the week,$8.50. OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.NICE .
$6.00 per week. $8.00 per week.month.mo and Room by the
$20.00 per month. 530.00 per month, $50.00.Orlando. AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to

$5.00 PER WEEK.

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Taft, Fla, March 11.Mr. and Mrs. To Be Sold Within : Some Orlando Invest I:

W. E. Miller, of Winchester, IncL, I THE MARKETOf

Miss Ethel C. Hickson, of Apopka, !
10 menls.I
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dennis, of Or- DaysWhat .
lando, and Mr. Frie, of Orlando, were I I Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

the Sunday guests of Mary F. Moon is known as the E.V.. Bullock home. : We will offer for one

and son, Harry. Mrs. Bullock has taken her residence in Georgia, I AND SALT MEATS
up
of Orlando : week number of investments
Mrs. A. L. Wright, was a
in the city Monday. where she has large business interests. The ladyis I FISH AND GAME

Miss Maud Eddy, of Pine Castle, here for a lew days and is ready to make very attractive : in Orlando

spent Friday evening with Mr. and prices to those wanting a home or for an I: Real Estate that will Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Mrs. Will NeaL investment. I Everything screened away from the files,.and kept fresh
. B. E. Miller and wife and Hugh Meet the lady at my office and do your trading : pay from ten to twentyper and pure.
McWhirter and wife are spending a
direct with her.CHIDLCK'S. cent. Tourists who
Home. :
Winter
few weeks at
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Mrs. W. A. Levis was the week-
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have surplus everything the Meat Line.
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. AL Elli- : money are

son, at the "Ranch." invited to call and
C. H. Nelson, Geo. K. Thomas, C. C s ft [m AND D : get The
PARLOR MARKETH.
A. Tompkins, S. B. Vaughn and Mr. : full information.
and Mrs. J. H. Tice were in Orlando I I
Business ExchangeOPEN

ness Friday.J.. Hill in. Orlando and Mrs.Saturday.Thomas had busi- EVENINGS !I Cooper & Atha M. Self & Co.

Mesdames Riley and Loos spent 19 W. Church Street Phone 398 PINE STREET
: 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor
Monday at Orlando.
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Mrs. Mattie Wall, of Orlando, vis- 'HMMIIMMtMIMMiMMIMMMIMMHMMiiHIIMKJust Phone No. 311 Phone No. 80IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
ited with Mrs. Bertsch Friday. I

Guests registered at the Nelson

House recently were: Robert Bryan ----- --
and 0. L Burke, of Lakeland; S. E.
Poole, Atlanta, Ga.; C. May West- I MiiiimMiiiiMimimiiiiiiiMiiimiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiHiiiiiiimiiMii K

brook and Lillian Mix, of Kissimmee;
W. E. Miller and wife, of Winchester,
Ind.; Miss E. M. Hickson, Apopka; .
Mrs. Mary F. Moon and Harry E. :
Moon, Taft. W. M. SLEMONS

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hartley and

son, Edward, spent last Sunday at arrived car load H
Loughman.
J. H. Schumann and Peter Wycoff, FORDS for immediate New Goods

4 'of Orlando Wednesday., were in the. city on business delivery. Arriving Daily

H. C. Hammond, of Winter Home, -
spent a few days in the city last Get yours nowF. .

week.A .
public "camp fire" will be held at G. RUSH, eWe -
the M. E. chapel next Thursday even-
i\ Phone 226 sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson &: Co.
ing. Speeches, recitations, singing, ,
music and a good time generally. made by Schtoss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Everybody invited.
"Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
Suits
Tracy & Miller, at the novelty Boys' .

works, are rushed with orders now c Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. ;
for their newfangled hen parlors .
(vulgarly called chicken coops) whichare &: Co. Best place in the city to trade. .:

selling faster than they can make

them. They are a great invention.A .
hen can sit and sing all day, and

t must lay eggs. M. SLEMONS
Messrs. McKain and Bradford are W.

in Orlando today.
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Death of Lyman Goodrich i
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Lyman Goodrich died very suddenlylast __.. HIMIillliMMMIMIMMIIMMIMIMIHttHMMtttUlit '.
Sunday night at his home near To the West and NorthwestVIA

Ft. Reed. He had apparently been recovering


before during the the from fire early in an fall a chair attack and passed while suffered into sit- DIXIE LIMITED- DIXIE-- FLYER AND [i; r=mmmmm 0I1111111111I1111

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after sleep the and spark was found of life by had his fled.family SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED S., I Sill 111101

Lyman Goodrich had been a resi- .
Dixi. Dixie
dent of this section for many years, Limited. Fller. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDLy
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the family being pioneers of the Sanford Orlando A. C. I.......1%:31 am a:13 pm y Orlando a:13 pmr
Jacksonville A. C. I.... 6:45am '1:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... '1:30pm
celery delta. He leaves a wife y JacU ............
10:25 y Walerou A. C. I. .10 20 pm
Wa'UOlS A. C. L..11:50am pm Orlando
Lf Chicago, mother and sister here y ..............
J4ac0n. G. S. A F....... 6:13pm 4:15am r Macon: G. S. A F. 3:46 am
and brother, C. W. Goodrich in Orlan- r r Atlanta C. of GL...... 8:03 pm 'I:25 am Ar Atlanta C. of Ga .............. 'I:1%am
Ar e, L. A N. .............I:19pm
r Cbattanoop. W. A A..llIam 11:55 am Ar Knob I. A N. ................ 3:16 pm
do.The funeral services will be held at Al NuhvUl, N. C. I St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r LouISville: L. & N. .............. 9.00pm:
r Indianapolis YL I. ......:..... 1:50 am V\Tater Bz Co.
the Episcopal church today at 2 Ar St. Loma L C.A L.A N. %:50 pm 'I:20 am
Ar Lexington L. A N. ............ 6:50 pm
o'clock, the remains to be taken to Ar Hopkinaville, L. N........... 6:21pm Ar Cincinnnti I. A N. ............. 8:50 pm
Milwaukee, for burial acompanied by I Ar EvanavUle. L. A N..... 1:28am 1:25pm Ar Kalamaroo G. R. L ...........12:20pmAt
I Tem Haute, c. Eo L. 1:10pm 1:01am Ar Grand Rapida G. R. L ....... %:4Spm ElectricityGas
C. W. Goodrich. IAr Chicago C. E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 1:15 am

DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Dr. BucKmaster Solid train composed of section drawing Solid train composed of electric lighted ,- Water Ice
room sleeping cars observation compartment
drawing-room Pullman sleeping ear and coaches
cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and
Chicago and section drawing-room sleepingar between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville and Indianapolis;
Osteopathic Physician DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and Office--No. 18 West Central Avenue
132 Orange Avenue Solid train carrying electric lighted com Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car'Between
artment, observation sleepers and electlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on. Mondays
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. Fust-
and Thursdays of each week. Dining car No.6. f -
Next door to People's Bank, lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car Telephone : : Illll
erves meals a la arts service between Atlanta and CincinnatiFOR
up-staIrs. Acute'and chronic -

diseases treatedTelephone'578.zf TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON
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BIRTHDAY PARTY


Yesterday was the time for the reg-
ular meeting of Unity Circle, but
when the president, Mrs. Caroline a*
Gronfeger Gore, entered the room she
was told that she could no tpreside,

f BANKO1ORIMDOI for .it Laubach was her,.vice-president seventieth birthday.Mrs. called. U 346;I Per l Cat! 1 IncreaseIn ( ;

the meeting to order.

I gave Over birthday fifty members sentiments and, some friends orig- :I Our Deposit in 13 .Months( i-

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inal, beautiful -
I some very poems, some !
serious and some humorous. :Miss
} Gordon gave the last one, which was, :
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Our Depositors .K'10v'iYii
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I "I am glad you were born. :Miss
Ina Holcomb gave a humorous recitation -
r which was deeply appreciatedby FJ H Do ?flYpiir ?

all present. Then Mrs. Arter, -
{ who claims to be eighty years young, == -,
LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE.CONSERVAT1VE.ACCOMMODATING
gave a beautiful birthday present =
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: : with fitting words. Mrs. Gage, in AccomU Solicitedanil ( =
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of Circle, 1 -...
the name Unity presenteda : .:: \ i -
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china fruit set. Nora :McNeill ] .,\'rrciaot!
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t should not be allowed to remain idle, or be spent for her class had made and gave it in
:I> the name of the Sunday school. Miss
needless trifles. Gordon presented a cake on which I a$4 kx1TI =
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were the dates 1844-1914 and 70 beau r
f' Put it where it will yield an income for you. Deposit -
tifully outlined in the center.
I. it each week in the State Bank of Orlando whereit The climax of the afternoon's fes-
tivities was reached when Mr. Fred
it will earn a liberal rate of interest. Come in and open Stanley came forward with a great : I

t an account. basket heaped with 70 surprise pack- !
ages. These were gifts from friends MO ;
4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts within Unity church and from those 1 0 gy -

..t'.. Mrs. Gore's old friends in Sioux City,
outside as well. Many were- from
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Iowa. A check for $10 was sent from "
tJ J THE; STATE BANKOFORLANDO the Sioux City Unity Circle to the

AS Orlando Unity Circle in the name of
t! I the "birthday lady." The birthday Uthtedate itaryc -
j cakes were cut, tea was served, and
s the rest of the afternoon was spentin
Y an exchange of greetings.

Many out of town guests were -
3 present. All told, seventy friendsmen I
and women-wished Mrs. Gore
r many happy returns of the day.
r / .p , ,,. ,
t MRS. LOUIS DOLIVE HOSTESS AT lemons, Willie Person, Ruth Thompson Words are difficult'sometimes when I i I n IP 'I-- --I I P i I I I II I I I I ;dN tll I I q i'' I i 1, I I f fl 1 4 I 1'II''
I I I I R il NII I ;i Pi I I 1 Hi 1 ill I I I I + I1i i I Ti i!'"ill I nnij/ u'l. p I II '
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4 BRIDGE Alta and Eliza Wight, one is moved by the evidence of love II I, II I jli mmMRS. JryIi' ,
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Thornton, Alma rfeLaney, Vida Mil- ,and friendship, but Mrs. Gore voiced '
; Mrs. Louii Dolive entertained at ler, Rita Lawto Lucy Lee Walton, her appreciation in a few well chosen i
i sentences. LAUGHLIN HOSTESS FOR ly high score, and was awarded a I POINSETTIA CLUB MEETS WITH
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bridge on Tuesday /ifternoon; her Glenn Cheney Ada Bumby, Esther
hand embroidered towel
guests including eight'tables of players Glenn, EmiljT Miller, and Mesdames CARD PARTY MRS. McCULLOCHThe
At the conclusion of the a
'_. from the of Or- Merle McElroy, Weathersbee, leon- ROLLINS DEFEATS COLUMBIA games
lando's : ;, dainty ard and' Joe Bumby, Brodwater, Mrs. James Laughlin III. was host- tempting supper was I served. Poinsettia club held a pleasant
fOUDimembers In attendance at the pretty affair meeting yesterday afternoon at the
Dunn, and Benschback.
score cards picture The Rollins college baseball club ess for a charmingly arranged card
were Misses Hart and Wood, and home of Mrs. George McCulloch, its
t' (which was Dunn) again defeated the Columbia college party on Tuesday, a number of
were the work I tf the hostess, and Christian Socialism is' team in Lake City Tuesday afternoon, friends with the members of the Royal Mesdames Fiske, Edwards, Beeman, members enjoying some interesting
not under- McEwan, M. B. Davis, Lawrence, of auction bridge. Mrs. Mc-
the decorations were orange blossoms, stood by ** ,Go the score being 7 to 1. The visitors Auction Bridge club being invited games
many. ta'Unity Chapel Woodruff, Buxton, Murray, Harriet Culloch served light refreshmentsafter
artistically arranged. tonight and hear it had the local athletes at their mercy to meet Mrs. Strowbridge, 'who is a
expounded in an Miller, DeWitt Miller, Palmer and the the
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Assisted lMrs. Keller, Mrs. Do- games guests present
by interesting and throughout the contest. Shirley did house guest at "Virginia Heights"Quantities -
instructive manner. ,McElroy. being Mrs. Watson, Mrs. .CbasCampI ,
live served a"delicious cream course, the pitching for the winners and was i of roses were used I
and small.Baskets of candy. were., in fine form. Nance was on,I the throughout the house, while on score Mrs.. Lege, Mrs Wm. Green,
given as favors. '" W. T. ENTRICAN, mound for the local institution and he cards were daintily painted violets. Want advertising will make "cash Mrs.-T. 0. Brown and Miss Holt.
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"1 The guests were Misses Satter- Makes of pitched fairly well, and had his sup The dub prize was won by Mrs. Sylvan sales" for you of your unused things
a specialty painting, (
: thwaite, ,Jordon, Walton, Grace- and ing, 'nfimshing floors, furniture paper,'etc. port been better the score ,would in IcElroy, and Mrs. Harry Bee-, -without much delay, or bother or W, c. T. U. meeting Friday'3 p. min .
;, Mary Holt, Antoinette and Sara Phone 636. 1-21-lm all probability have been close. ;man, of the guests, made an unusual- ,expense. the Presbyterian. .lecture room. 21


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Our Shoe Department It's Time to Travel Coming in top) Late ::4


I While we have said very little about! Take the elevator, third floor for for the opening is an exceptionally;

this most important department, it ,the best I line of # fine line of
is a fact that we carry the largest .

and most complete line of good Shoes

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r For LadiesBaby 11. CHIFFON, CREPE de CHENE, BRb-

Dolls and May Jones, E. P. CADED CREPES, CHARMEUSE,

Reed and Red Cross lines, Rubber CREPE METEORS, Etc.

Sole Oxfords. ii IllilgO UIIU 11UllllliUUD

These Gowns the shown
3 prettiest ever
For MenThe in Orlando now on display in our
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The Shurefoot in Canvas, Welt, Patent, Kid Hose, Rakes, Lawn Mowers, Sprinklers _
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