Title: The morning sentinel
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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 13, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00353
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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

NUMBER 27. 1
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:i f EVERGLADES f f lAN f FRAUD A HEARING Movement nent Citizens Begun. Join in Which to Further Promi Corn Make Exchange Returns National to School Bank Boardin Will jCASE I t CODES S SUDDENLY r T 10 SIGHT I i

-- Cause of Votes for Women Few Days ,


The first men's equal suffrage The bond issue of $50,000 for build- MEETING AT J f FORT MYERS S BEST JENKINS AND WIFE VISIT
JO BE f STOPPED BY lAW league in Florida has just been or- ing in the Orlando "scWl' district has OF f ns KIND FIELD YET ATTORNEYS AND MAKE

ISSUEr ganized in Orlando, with his honor, been signed, sealed d d livered. I

r .. T..r-. I[ the mayor of the city, E. F. Sperry, The work of signing the bonds was I STATEMENTMONEY

t House Rules Committee! Names Special as the president. completed yesterday, Dr. J. F. Mc- Is Opinion of Dr. J. F. McKinnon

G GOOD fAITH OF 8011ES SHOWN Committee to Make Sweeping vice-presidents are Dr. J. C. Kinnon, secretary of the Orange I Who Returned ,-

i Probe of Exchanges Howell, Mr. J. F. Schumann, and Mr. County Board of Public Instruction, YesterdayFrom OFFERED[ [ I THEIR[ DAUGHTER A [

i Frederick Stanley. These gentlemen, having hurried back from a meetingof That Place

PAID MONEY IX ADVANCE SO I together with the secretary, Mr. Jus- educators at Fort Myers to affix

THAT THE DRAINAGE OF Washington, March 12.-(Special.) tin Van Buskirk, and the treasurer, his signature in order to expedite the The meeting of the school superin- TO SWEAR SHE WAS GIRL IN

-A sweeping investigation of the 'Mr. C. P. Dow, constitute the execu- delivery of the bonds. Dr. McKinnon tendens and high school principalsand RED DRESS WHO VISITED
+ grain, cotton and produce exchangesof tive committee, and a large numberof was the last to sign. They were other educators in session at Fort FACTORY WITH MARY '

*. *:.- JfBeginning KEPT' GOING .' this country is contemplated by influential citizens have given also signed by Mr. James E. Knox, Myers is the best of its kind held in PHAGAN U *

i the house rules committee, which today their names as members of this new president of the board, and Mr. B. his experience, says Dr. J. F. McKinnon j

the third day's hearingin I I appointed a special committee to league. M. Robinson, clerk of the circuit who returned from that place 1

the Bolles-Billingsley Everglade prepare legislation necessary to carry :Many men who have not yet joinedthe court signed the validating certificate yesterday. Atlanta, Ga., March 12.-(Special.)

land hearing, the defense put State into effect the contemplated probe. league but have expressed their Dr. McKinnon says the attendanceis -New evidence has been secured by'-

Comptroller W. V. Knott on the standto I The house foreign affairs committee sympathy with its purpose are invited Mr. LeRoy Giles, former chairmanof remarkably good, considering the Leo Frank's attorneys to sustain the

prove the good faith of Mr. Bolles. I is also preparing a resolution inviting to become members by sending the Orlando trustees, and acting in distance from the center of the state, charge that the defendant was con-

The witness recited the facts leadingup I foreign nations' to join with their names to the secretary, Mr. the capacity of attorney for the board, and the interest in the discussionsis victed on evidence that had been
this country in 'legislation to prevent Justin Van Buskirk. looked "framed" by the city detectives and j
to the sale of the land to Mr. i after the legal details of the intense.

Bolles and of the opinions of the gambling in futures.International The formation of the league is especially matter and saw the bonds packed and "The tone of things is much better other members of the police depart- ;

members of the board as to the feasibility I legislation is desired gratifying to the president of placed in the express office yester- than that which has characterizedsome ment. j

of draining the lands, says the I especially to restrict gambling in the State Suffrage association, Rev. day afternoon consigned to the care of the meetings," said Dr. Mc The evidence was that given by W. J

Florida Metropolis Of Thursday. food products and commodities con- Mary A. Safford, and her co-workers, of the Corn Exchange National bank Kinnon, "It is more dignified and the S. Jenkins and his wife, and relatedto

During the direct examination of : sidered necessary to life. who realize how much more influence of Chicago, with draft attached The discussions are more scholarly and the alleged attempts of the detect- 1;
i It is the purpose of the rules com- voters than do the voteless in ive to secure false testimony against
'k Mr. Knott considerable argumenttook possess bank will make delivery to the pur- beneficial. I hated much to be com-
place as I to whether or not the :mittee to have the investigation made securing results. chasers, Messrs. Cutter, May & Co., pelled to leave before the sessions Frank from their daughter, Leulah
by a joint commission of the senate Belle Brown. J.
witness Should answer a question as bond brokers. closed. The meeting will adjourn
Mrs. Brown has married since the
and house.
to the board's opinion as to the feas- There were one hundred bonds of tomorrow.The .
itylity of draining the {land. The Chairman Henry with his colleagueswere RED C CROSS DEGREE I IS GIVEN BY the denomination of five hundred dollars educators sent a message to Frank trial and now lives at Milledgeville. j
the Last spring she was unmarriedand
question was objected to by the government named to investigate legal each. In the ordinary course of Thomas Edison, the great inventor,
and the objection was sus- and other facts in connection with ODVfflCOMMANDRY[[ [ business the cash will be returned to who is wintering at his home in Fort was living with her parents.

tained. the necessary legislation and reportto the board by the middle of next week, Myers, to address them. The inventor The Jenkinses voluntarily sought J;
the full committee the resolutiona and the funds will then be available. that he the attorneys for the defense and
William V. Knott, state comptroller, responded by saying never
joint commission with complete au- Several Candidates Come From Kis- made their statement to "prevent the 1
who was state treasurer, in 1908-1911, The construction of the new school made addresses, but that he would "
the first witness for the defense. thority to make investigation and to simmee and Are Given Instruc- building will begin as soon as prac- welcome a visit from the company, execution of an innocent man.
was ,
said that about month
The witness stated that in 1905 he draft remedial legislation. The spe- tion and Good Time ticable. Nothing now stands in the and named 4 o'clock this (Friday) They one
cial committee will begin work im- after Frank was arrested a state detective J
the in way of pushing the work. afternoon as the time when he would
visited Everglades company
to their home and triedto
mediately. -. came
with Gov. N. B. Broward, Attorney Several automobiles brought a receive them and show them throughhis persuade Leulah to she was
General W. H. Ellis, and others, to .crowd of, candidates from Kissimmee ORLANDO BANK AND TRUST CO. laboratory. As Dr. McKinnonwas
the girl who went to the factory with
examine land with a view to drain yesterday to receive the IllustriousRed MAKES SPLENDID SHOWING forced to return to Orlando be- Mary Phagan and that Frank sent
WOLGAST Cross which conferred . fore that, time he called at the homeof
ing it .,. ?- was by ...; her saying that Mary might .
Milwaukee, Wis., March 12.Spe away
"After that," declared the witness, cial)-Willie Ritchie retained the title Olivette Commandery No. 4, Knights; The statement of the Orlando Bank the was inventor cordially Wednesday received, and evening.He was have to stay late on account of some i

"the I. I. Board employed an engineerto Templar. and trust company which appears in work.
lightweight champion tonight
as much impressed with the personalityof
Those receiving the degree were: today's Sentinel makes a remarkable J
make some surveys. This engi- Leulah refused and the detective
when he awarded the decisionover
was the wizard. He found him hale
a ,
neer's together with the data Adoniram Judson Holt, Wm. Augustus showing. The deposits exhibit a phe-
Ad Wolgast after ten rounds of
with hair and of
that Smith, Henry Clay Stanford, nomenal increase since the last state- hearty man snowy leftLater
we had in hand, we decided vft fierce fighting. Both men were on the same detective and other
Roma Thomas, Charles Whitfield ment in the magnificent total of$649- about two hundred pounds weight;
justified in beginning the Wtok. people returned and offered
wire their feet at the finish, but Ritchiewas of i
The drainage commission was the I. Board. This L. Lupfer, 'Robert Johns Dodd, H. ing $128,317.53. The cash on hand with none of the somewhat expected who
in 1905 to assist I. of two well placed right to the stom- eccentricities of the the "girl in the red dress" was ;
board was given the right to assess ach which sent Ad to the floor in the Clay Johnson. and in banks is 33570930. The re- great. supposed to have gone to the factory ;
Edison is deaf but otherwise his
40 The degree work irt the afternoonwas serve carried is thirty cent above ,
the land not more than cents per seventh round.CATHEDRAL. per with Mary. j
,acre. An assessment ot 5 cents per -- conducted by Sir Knight A. W.! that required by law, which of itselfis health seems to be perfect, and he is Leulah this time told them she did

acre was made and &t aside by the WINS OVER HIGH Bumby, and in the evening Eminent a guarantee of the safe methods good for many years more of active not know either Frank or Mary Ph a- j

3 courts. SCHOOL i& BASKET BALL Commander S. A. Johnson had charge: employed by this institution. The di- life if appearances may be trusted.He gan and had never visited the fac-
McKinnon of his
showed Dr.
of the ceremonies. many
rectorate is composed of the leading
"Tht apparati
At 6 o'clock supper was served the business men of Orlando who standin opera- tory.The declaration of Conley, convicted -
000 acres to be 'assessed. bf the Cathedral school defeated the and of the 1
tion explained prob-
'-tow did the board resident and visiting Knights by a the forefront of those who, having some as an accomplice in the murder, !
Question: often high school girls by a score of 21 to lems he is now working on.
committee of ladies, as follows: Mrs. achieved success in their own affairs, that he is willing to see Detective .
go to the Everglades to see the 14 in a Very fast game. Owing to J
Dr. spent a pleasant
L. A. Spencer, Mrs. Chas. Lord, Mrs. are giving the best exercise of their Wm. Burns and answer every ques- 1
work? the frKndly rivalry between the two with it
him and considers
hour a
Helen Florence Bliss, Mrs. Geo. McCull sound business discretion and judg- tion put him, was an unlooked for development J
mad severi\ trips teams there was a large number of Fort
Answlfr: "We ; privilege that his trip to My-
Jos. Dawson and Mrs.
ch, Mrs ment for the progress and prosperityof in the Frank case today.
but ,I $0 not know that the entire enthusiastic fans and rooters of both ers gave him, for.he was informed by
this house. Make
banking a studyof Burns is expected in Atlanta tomor- j
!'boani' GoV& Brow- rides present. the Edison home that
went together. attendants at j
After the feast the sixty-five the statement, for it is well worthyof '
ard tnade many trips. I remember atilp From start to finish the game Vas j Knights present formed a double line itTOURING Mr. Edison did not receive many vis row.

in 1908 in which three of
Vtnt"V .. manded for being too rough. Numerous this respect, not because of a dislike
thanks.It .
Question! "What 'is the characterof fouls were made but both iliss was a pleasing little ceremony of for social intercourse, but as a mat- .
Holland for Cathedral, and Miss RIDE BY CITIZENS himself from fatigue
ter of protecting -_
the soil? itself. [ IN TEXAS
for high school, unableto '
Quigg were and saving his time for work.
Answer: "It is muck, flioj-ltly black.In The "commandery decided upon
throw baskets in their usual man- A delightful automobile ride was
March, 190*, I saw crb'ps growingon thai neither ide'had ad- Thursday evening, April 16, for the given the Gillespie-Kinsport touring
land which had been drained." ner, so any dinner-dance and reception to be given Description of Lad Found in Wreck !
number of citizens -
party yesterday by a AMONG
the officers of the grand lodge.
The witness! declared that after see- who proffered cars for that Corresponds to That of
Neither team
ing the crops productive.he defied He that said the soil thetoil to its standard account of severalof The Commander commanderyted J' eneral Eminent chair- pose, and took pleasure in showingthe BOYS IN CORN ClUB WORK Lost Son I
wry visitors about the
die best players being injured orabnt city. They
of +* n In its issue of Wednesday, Febru- !
3 feet man arrange-
WAS about deep.
visited Winter Park and Maitlandand
from school. ments to follows: ary 25, the Tampa Times printed a
interruption ,
At this juncture there was an -
the Club besides driv-
Several minutes while a The teams were composed of the V. W. Est \v, Chas. Country County Agent Baker Visits Public letter from L. G. Waltrip, sheriff of

nade for several exhibits following young ladies: Gordon, Can <, ,binson, ing through the principal streets of I Schools Again and Talks With Hood county, Texas, which was sent
search was the city. With one accord the visit- .
0. H. S. Forwards Maude Pugh
Chief Woodward of the
of the deft use which had been lost W. R. O'Neal: W. H. Young Farmers by him to
ll3essie l centers, Lois Pe- ors pronounced Orlando the most
Quigg; for informationthat
and vVANDERBILTS. Tampa police, asking
The "itness declared that uftcreeeing Reynolds,
beautiful in Florida
4and drick, Fannie Taylor; guards, Elbeth city visited by Agricultural Agent C. H. might lead to the identity of a
:' worth of the drained County
ne them and of them declared
the'board decided to sell the land.behind'the MuBlolland, Mildred Barger. ..... 1R some they Baker visited the public school again boy' who was killed in a railroad .
to back and homes.
'Cathedral-Forwards, Helen War- PROL expected come buy yesterday and had another interview wreck at Eastland, Texas, on January i
dredges. l low Clara Holland centers, Ruby The party will leave today for other '
; last
JMr. Knott testified that when the New York, March ;,tj& in their with several of the young men who
Shiver, Frances Bosanquet; :guards, points itinerary. They were The lad was about fifteen old
the years
the lake -. to enter competition.Mr.
from expect
tanals were started The will of George 0 t- '
at the San Juan while here.
: Dorothy Daniel, Margaret Hodgson. , Baker is much encouraged over and supposed to have left Florida
Okeechobee end an opening was given who died in Washing v -
Referee, Robinson; umpire, Cheney. :V the in which the men with some traveling show.
the lake water and it overflowed was filed for probate ht : manner young
around the dredges and flooded :ihe I effect it practically bequ*;- s ft ; '\UAL MEETING OF COUNTRY have taken up the matter. They have Yesterday the Times received a let-

country. He also said that's part'of DEATH OF J. W. VESTALMr. the fifty millions of the en" CLUBS been supplied with what literature on ter from C. E. Amerson, of Oviedo, ,

the 180,000 acres of land involved in J. W. Vestal, 45 years of age, wife, Edith Stuyvesant 1. \. the subject that he was able to give Fla., stating that Mr. Amerson had :

the present suit were alongside the died at his home at 308 West Central and daughter, Cornelia, witlu Annual meeting of the Country them and the name of each has been been told of this letter in the Times !

lands he had seen under ''cultivation avenue, yesterday morning at 10:45 ing any provision for any of **.: held at the San Juan lastand forwarded to the department at and asking that he be furnished with

in March, 1908. He also said' that o'clock, of arterial sclerosis. He had tator's brothers or sisters. Sv i H' ,: the following officers I Washington to be placed upon the all the information possible because f|

there never had been an effort to been in the grocery business in Or- small benefits were left to a <-, .' d: President, James L. mailing list to receive other matter he had a boy who answers the de- '

drain the 'Glades before the 'Broward lando but had lo retire some time ago friends. :>, resident, N. P. Yowell; I bearing on the subjectThe scription who left his home three I|J

administration. on account of ill health. He is sur- The testator's wife and broth,: ;y. ; ;' :.ac. treasurer, V. ,V. Estes; schools in the county have months ago. Mr. Amerson's requestwas

vived by his wife and a step-son, William K., are named as executors. -:1 "If *, lors, H. L. Beeman, L.I I been communicated with, and Mr. complied with.

PRESIDENT NAMES THREE POSTMASTERS William Sims. The funeral will take '>iv"', j. Drew, James L. Baker is waiting to hear from them

a FOR FLORIDA place this afternoon 3 o'clock from Miss Bessie Colvin, formerly of -low, N. P. Yowell, before paying a visit He will visit KENTUCKY HOUSE PASSES PROHIBITION .

the home, the services being conducted Orlando, was married in Jacksonville a. < '.. The club has had I the schools where favorable reports MEASURE j

Washington, March 12.-The fol. by Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, pas- yesterday to Bandmaster J. W. Bart- a"; -' and is becomingreco I I are received, 'which to to say where Frankfort, Ky., March 12.-Spe-( ,

lowing Florida postmasters have just, tor of the First Baptist church. The lett, of the Salvation Army. Miss ,. r ; "* more with each I the boys are enough interested to. go cial.)-The house of the Kentucky

been appointed: I interment will be in the Orlando cem- Colvin was employed in the' Ham- succeOrlano.' -. real 'asfet for into the work in earnest general assembly passed the statewide -

Palmdale, DeSoto county, Otto Car., etery. mond & Bunch store in Orlando as grist party in prohibition measure today. The

Bonaventura, &evard county, Al- saleswoman, but left several months I Orlando a ; -; several who TAX BOOKS CLOSE MARCH 30 measure now goes to the senate. As

fred J. Doherty. Easter cards and Booklets are the ago to make her home with her par- i declared / 'to be then Tax payers who do not pay taxes the session ends next Wednesday the t

West Apopka, iSfe county, Jesse! next in order. Curtis & O'Neal have ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Jelf, in prettiest a ? in the by March 30th will have to pay the enemies of the bill hope to keep the ;

Breedlove. the right assortment ,Jacksonville.' state. extra cost of advertising. senate from voting on it 44f


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Listen to this, from "Rocked in the I shall observe the following rules of the road
which applicable to all vehicles littMiitiiiiimtm
; STATE NEWS NOTES Cradle of the Deep." Rule are 1. Keep to the right of the :street

"Locked in the stable with the sheep, Rule 2. Keep to the right in permitting
another vehicle to overtake and pass and
I[ lay me down in peace to sleep. the overtaking vehicle shall pass to the left '
(From the Gainesville Sun) And though the of the vehicle overtaken. I Today atMONTGOMERY
tempests fiery I
Rule 3. Head the vehicles on the same
Work on the $30,000 school building breath, side of the street in one direction, and when
intending to stop at the sidewalk tarn (if
1 to be erected in Starke, will commence Roused me from Seeing Nellie home." necessary and if turning is permitted at that
at early date. point) so that the sidewalk will be at the MOTION
::1 an right of the driver when the stop has been Grand Theatre
"The little piggies said, Gone are the made. PICTURE GO'S

.i Five murder cases were docketedfor days Rule 4. In making a turn at a street corner -
if the turn is to the left, go around the .
trial during the court term to take When my heart was young and gay." center point of the intersection: if to the .
right, make the turn at the middle of the
place in Bonifay, Holmes county. cross street. THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL
Another song, omitted by request, Section 2. All vehicles must, in stopping
f park at the curb close and
: John Clifton, town marshal of Dan- was entitled, "Why Don't She Use the except as otherwise provided in Section 3.

ia, was shot and instantly killed bya Powder That Don't Rub Off?" The Section 3. On Orange avenue from the I'

negro at a late hour Saturday omission was occasioned by the appearance side south On of side Central Jackson of Washington street:from street the to the north i Five Big Reels and Special Music by a Five Piece Orchestra
avenue west side of
The murderer escaped to the at the table last
k night supper Main street to the east side of Gertrude ave-
woods. | night of Dick Cornelison, a baritone, nue;
On Church street from the west side of
whitewash his
with Dick
on lapel.
Main street to a point 75 feet east of the "
L Diamond rings and other gems to said he got the powder on his coat railroad track on Gertrude avenue, all vehi- "THE BLACK COUNTESS, A Pathe production in three
cles (except motor cycles and bicycles
the value of at least $5,000 were stolen while shaving.. _at the sidewalk ,at an angle of fort1-muspark
t from the residence of Col. E. C. ,. five degrees. Within the 75 feet aforesaid on parts. The story of an unscrupulous woman and the meth-
Church street east of the railroad track no
Long, on E. Adams street in Jacksonville such vehicle shall park in any position.
evening. The directions for parking at the sidewalk ; ods of attaining her desires but who in the end the
t in this section and in Section 2 do not applyto sees folly
any vehicle backed up for loading or unloading -
which must be promptly finished.
l' Six carloads of cabbage left Fort Uneeda Biscuit Section 4. No automobile shall be backed I ofh e ways.

Meade last week. It was shipped by from its parking space on the parts of the
Nourishment-fine fla streets described in Section 3 without first 4
i K. 0. Yarn, from his famous Varnell giving one distinct signal with its horn or

f- from farm.this Sixty farm carloads this season.will be shipped -vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness.. All cles other Section and warning bicycles 5. No apparatus.) shall vehicle occupy(except the same motor park cy- "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN," A Kalem two reel photo play |

1 for 5 cents, in the ing space longer than thirty consecutive min-
utes on Orange avenue from the south side of: of Harriet Beecher Stowes famous novel written Mandarin ; ;
t Tampa has recently gotten out her moisture-proof package. Central avenue to the north side of Church ;, at >,

the city Tribune directory, the for new 1914.directory According shows tot and street.Section bicycles 6.) No shall vehicle stand(except on the motor street cycles ad- .I \ Fla. A story we ae all familiar with, but for the first time $

joining the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad company's -
\ the Cigar City to have a population station
passenger on the east for a
j of something over 60,000 people. longer time before the scheduled arrival or : shown in motion pictures.
departure of trains than fifteen minutes.
Section 7. No vehicle while running on
f the parts of streets described in Section 3,
weeks Hotel Ort
For the two
past -
shall be turned to go in the opposite direction
mond, at Ormond Beach, has been "s either on the said streets or at the intersec- i
; tions. Children lOc Adults
20c |
taxed to its utmost capacity. This Section 8: No vehicle shall be stopped
is said to be without exception the e F' abreast or left standing abreast of any other
} vehicle (except a motor cycle or bicycle)
best season that popular hostelry has stopped on the same side of the street nor
ever known. shall Section any street 9. Within be obstructed the limits by embraced any vehicle.be- Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.

tween the south side of Washington street Vti
the north side of Jackson street and from
\ It is regretted that the monument to the east side of Main street to the east side *++
the women of the South, which it was Beret BiscuitRound of Gertrude avenue, no vehicle (including 11111111111111111111111111111.111111111111111111111111..11( 11111111111111111 ,..
motor cycles and bicycles) shall be run at a
expected and announced would be un- greater speed than ten miles per hour and
thin tender- when turning corners the speed shall not ex-
veiled in Jacksonville during the Con- ceed eight miles per hour. In the rest of the For Economy and pur-
federate reunion in May, will not bet with a delightful flavor city the speed limit shall not exceed fifteen
miles per hour. This speed limit shall not
ready by that time. -appropriate forlunch- apply to the fire department, when called out wRIOLTHYT chase power of your mon
tea and dinner. on fire duty, nor to the police force or other SBBD CO
peace officers when on duty. Rt "Try Wright's" Farm
The ,citrus crop in Florida has escaped 10 cents.CRAHAM. Section 10. No vehicle in any part of the FOR ESTATE ey
city shall follow the fire engines, or hose
any damage by the recent se- carriages or other fire apparatus when they That. Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
vere weather. But the tomato crop are responding to an alarm or returning ata Florida t
closer distance than one hundred and fifty Orlando
of the East Coast section especiallythat yards; and no vehicle so following shall ex- bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
ceed the speed limits prescribed by this ordi-
in the northern area of the to- t '

mato farms, is said to be somewhat nance.Section 11. No .vehicles shall use the side- Quality.
damaged.Rev. Section 12. No person under 15 years of Fresh doz. Best Butter
Eggs 29C Creamery 39C lb.
age, shall be permitted to operate or run an
automobile within the city. Sweet Milk 13C qt. Ice sac 100 Ibs., Limes 150 doz.
Dr. K. 1.,. McIver, pastor of Section 13. No automobile shall be run on
the, streets other public places without Sweet Milk pint Fresh Butter Milk '
the Knox Presbyterian church in Pen- having between or sunset and sunrise two bright 07C IOC qt.

sacola, has notified his congregationthat lights throwing the light forward. Every Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,
automobile must be equipped with a good horn
he has resigned to accept a call CRACKERSA or other warning apparatus and with a suf- (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
ficient brake in good working order.
; to become pastor of the Edgemont
vehicle shall be
Section 14. Every motor
Presbyterian church in Durham, N. food for every day. equipped with a muffler or silencer and no 340 Acres Good Land
C. Crisp, tasty and used.cut-out or other similar apparatus shall be

strengthening. Fresh Section 15. Every motor cycle and bicycle

Capt. George W. Henry, oldest per- baked and fresh delivered shall lighted have while one the bright motor light cycle which or bicycle must be is 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,
running on the streets, or other public places
haps of the pioneers of the Fort xo cents. between sunset and sunrise, and every motor
Meade section, died at the Southern cycle and bicycle shall be provided with a best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale.
horn or other warning apparatus.
Hotel in that city rece Jy, after an Section 16. Every hack, dray omnibus or
illness of six weeks. He was the first other vehicle, for which a license is requiredby
the city or any other vehicle engaged in
man to clear the roads there, makingit i carrying freight or passengers for hire, whileon
any street or public place between sunset iMlllliilllllMIMilMIIIII MMMIMIMMIIIMI HOI 111111111111
possible for travel, and was a vet-
and sunrise shall carry a lighted lantern on MilllllMMIHMMHMMHMMMIIHIIIIIIMMHIIIIICtlllllliMUt
eran of the Indian War in Florida either side in front. .
Section 17. All persons driving or riding 4
and the Civil War. vehicles which are required by this ordinanceto CONDENSED REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
be equipped with a warning apparatus \\
shall make signals when crossing an inter-
Marshall A. Hudson, of Syracuse, section or on turning a corner and on pass

N. Y., founder of the Philathea and ing Section another 18.vehicle No hackman from the, chauffeur rear. porteror ORLANIN BANK 1 & TRUST I COMPANY Y

Baraca movements, and president of passengers other solicitor baggage of or any other kind patronage shall solicit upon

the world-wide Baraca-Philathea Un- the platforms or sidewalks of any railway r

ion, will be in Jacksonville on the Buy biscuit baked by station thereto, nor except upon en the such parts parts of streets of the adjacent plat- 1

17th of this month. He comes in the forms, sidewalks and streets as the Chief of Orlando, Florida.
Police may from time to time mark off and

interest of the Baraca-Philathea NATIONAL designate shall for solicit that purpose.patronage And in no a boisterous such persons At the Close of business March 4th, 1914, as called for by the
movement will also make
and an extended :
BISCUIT or obtrusive manner. Comptroller of the State
tour of Georgia. Section 19. The Commissioner of Public I
COMPANY Works may in his discretion establish public '
stands for vehicles for hire, and require that RESOURCESLoans

Plans for the new hospital to be Always look; for that name such stands vehicles when occupy waiting the for streets employment.only at such A and Discounts .S $392,700.86

erected in Pensacola have reached description of such stands when designated, Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,130.41
shall be entered the minutes of the City
that city from Emmetsburg, Md., the .. Council Stocks and Bonds . . . .'. . . . . . . . . 26,018.33Real

head office of the Sisters of Mer- I Section motor 20.cycles The and word bicycles"vehicle"unless shall a con-include Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,437.37

cy, who will have the building erect- AN ORDINANCE trary intention is expressed in any part of Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 335,709.30
ed. The building will occupy an en- this ordinance.:
Section 21. Any person violating any of
tire bock and will be modernly Regulating the Use of the Streets, the provisions of this ordinance shall be pun- $781,996.27
ished by imprisonment not exceeding ten days
equipped in every respect The plans and Other Public Places by Vehi- or by a fine not exceeding two hundred and LIABILITIES

call for a four-story structure of cles, Hackmen, Solicitors and Oth- fifty Section dollars.22. This ordinance shall take effecton Capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00

pressed brick with basement, where ers. April 1, 1914. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 30,854.36

the sisters and the attendants will Be City it Ordained of Orlando by: the City Council of the Adopted March 6,E.1914.F. SPERRY. Mayor. Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,657.00
have their home and all of the
re- Section L That every person driving or Attest:
maining four floors will be devotedto riding any vehicle on the streets of the city CARL JANSEN City Clerk. 3.7-lm Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 649,484.91

rooms and wards. "


Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . 521,167.38

Grove Land Deposits on Feb 4, 1914 . . . . . . . . . .. 649,484.91
Incident at the Supper Table Pre-

vents Songsters From Singing a .
New Song Hit. Increase in 60 days $128,317.53

Season's Best Bargain The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust

: Before an appreciative audience,the Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

Rollins Colege Glee Club caroled glee- friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand

fully last night with the Tampa Bay @ to express their appreciation of their patronage, that

Casino, as a receiving vault for songs made such a statement possible.M. .

that were gladsome, sad, mad or mer-
M. SMITH President
ry.gram Variety, for not was all shown the pieces in the were pro- 75 acres fronting half mile on Orlando- W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier

fitted to college cut-ups nor all such Sanford hard road. Borders a small lake,

:5 as lovers of deep and solemn sounds ; suitable for irrigation purposes. In sight of iifmimiMiimfiim iMiiiimiiiiWE

delight to hear. Some were classi- walk from R. R. station
and three minutes
cal; others frivolous. All were en- Every Try Our Classified Ads?
tertaining.For Postoffice--and good hotel accommodations. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

those fond of classical music, t AND'DO ALL KINDS OF Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
They have proven their worth many Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
Miss Adrienne D. Wallace, produceed Price $15 Per AcreIt OPTICAL REPAIRING times and will be just as valuable to 1915, pay off with interest to that

long tremulous wails, and short, flute you if put to the test Let them be date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9,10,19

like notes on her violin strings. Her must be sold immediately. your agent in: and 20, of the City of Orlando sevener
.;. Renting a house, selling property or cent bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
tones were true and her techniqueof gird anything on the market, finding lost ccording to the provisions made for

a high order, a combination of articles, securing help or positonsin edemption in said bonds.

. good qualities that aroused rounds of a thousand ways they can be used Dated February 11, 1914.

; applause. Or1auo Real l tt ED.Phone profitably. -12-lm CARL JANSEN; City Cler'

Gleful was the Rollins College med-
DR. L H. RAMSDELL Warman Repairs and Retires Baby
ley, arranged by Professor H. S.
OPTOMETRISTSattessor Carriages on Court street 12.5tfNow's ,
mixture of familiar
Pope, a song 504 Watkins Block Offers to Orlando the newest and best
whose sentiment, once sweet, was ( to Dr. 0. P. Liking) of workmanship in the painting and
the time to subscribe. Every-
a turned by the clever arrangement decorating trade. Phone 636.
111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.. FLORIDA body's do in' it
from the sublime to the ridiculous. i

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once: One two-chair barbershop I
known as the "0. K.," at 203 :
Benjamin F. Brown Boone street, doing good business; .
Hall of Orlando Lodge No. 69, F. & 10 acres good land just outside city : Cook With GasWe
A. M.: TRANSFER limits, 125 bearing orange trees, _
Whereas, on January 4, 1914, the & CO. grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
Great Architect of the Universe call- and two large pecan trees; four room
ed to himself our aged Brother, the 1 1 house, new barn, good horse and rig,
Reverend Benjamin F. Brown, who farming implements. This place is have not said much about gas as the best
had served Him in the sacred minis located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto
try for over fifty years. ORLANDO, FLORIDA sell on account of health. Address means of cooking lately because we have been too busy
Resolved that this lodge by his Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at
death has lost a loved and respected 203 Boone street. 225tfACCIDENTS with other appliances, but now that warm weather is
brother who by his purity of life OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174REGULAR o
and rectitude of conduct has reflected coming on we are preparing for more work becausewe
honor upon the fraternity and
community in which he lived. I I : realize that warm weather is the time when the Gas
JOHN C. JONESG. Will happen, but they can't stop that : Stove shows up to best advantage. .
E. McCULLOCH.D. I dw A continuous flow of fresh buttered pop- .
t;! corn and fresh roasted peanuts. You don't'have to heat your whole kitchen up witha

D. Kinne My little gasoline explosion put me :
out of business for the past week, hot coal or wood fire and you don't have to bring in
Whereas our outer door has again but as I am now well and can get :
been alarmed by the summons of the back at it again, my aim shall be to I wood or take out the dirty ashes-all you have to do
Angel of Death, and, please our customers.We I
Whereas, our dearly beloved are located at 1211-2 Orange : is "strike the match" and turn the valve." Come in and
brother, D. D. Kinne has this time avenue, between the J. L. Giles Real I
been called to his long and wellearned Estate company and the E. E. White- : see our line of stoves and ranges.ORNDO .
rest, andWhereas head barber shop, where we expound I
for more than a decadewe FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN fresh roasted peanuts and fresh I
have been favored by his yeti popped and buttered popcorn. :
it resolved: Orlando and Sanford and Intervening ; ; BUTTER USED *
That we bow our heads and will Corn popped and buttered, butter :
to the law of our Supreme Grand Points cut and melted. Peanuts roasted and '-
Master above, with appreciation for sacked before your very eyes. So it WATER[ & LIGHT m. I

the pleasure and honor of his long Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick ! is that we have to live up to the
and faithful felowship with us, and above.
Be it resolved: Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed. I One day we roast the imported
That we extend his bereaved fam- Spanish peanut, the next we roast the Gas Department i
ily our. hearfelt sympathy in their HtHtimHflMMMMittlMMMMHIIOMIIItlltltltM I All Famous Sun peanut. So, if you

houre of dire distress, and _______ __ __ ____ ___ ___ _ .__ _ _____ ___ I are particularly fond of either we . .
Be it resolved: will have them for you. ill MM. . .. MMMMIMMIIimiMIMMHIUMMtABOUT
of these resolutionsbe 'MMIMIIMIMHMItillMllllltlMMilimtllMIHM
That a copy
The Peanut & MachineGive
sent to his family and one spread
our minutes. trial. REMEMBER FOUNTAIN PENSThere
upon us a our
(Signed). aim is to please.
J. N. BRADSHAW, 1211-2 S. Ave.
CHARLES LORD, ORLANDO O. W ASHINGTON A Orange are plenty of good fountain pens in
February 24, 1914.J. MHMMMHMMMHItfHThe the market and unfortunately there is also a

supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a

D. Rush DRAWING ROOMSLEEPING better self-filling peh than the Conklin,
Auto mlII
To the Master, Wardens and Brothers : I Supreffle and have never sold a better one of the other
of Orlando Lodge No. 69, F. & I
A. M.Greeting. : CAR type than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both_

: I kinds on an absolute guarantee of your mon-
Whereas, the Great Physician I BEGINNING MARCH 14 II oil that has back if you want it. A good fountain
above has deemed it wise to remove : ey
from our midst our worthy brother, I VIA stood the supreme pen has come to be almost a. necessity to every -

J. D. Rush, and whereas, we feel a : I business man or woman. If you have none,
deep sense of gratitude to our Heavenly I i test
1i Father for leaving us an influence I ATLNTIC L COAST T LINE[ or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us

' of such character, be it : show you the guaranteed sort.
Resolved that expression of I
as an THATw_ _ -
our sorrow over his departure, and I I
our love and esteem for his charac- OPENED FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M. W. S. BRANCH,
ter that we dedicate to his memorya

page in our minute book, the records Goo Gulf Gasoline The Arcade Book and Music Store
of the lodge, on which a copy
of these resolutions shall be spread,
and be it further Saturdays and Tuesdays J JFOR
Resolved, that we express to his bereaved -
widow and loved ones our
heartfelt sympathy in this their irreparable .

(Signed J.) S. McEWAN, W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. P. G. WALTON, Agt. strikes typeface Every .

C. D. CHRIST, W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. the printingcenter exact
February 24, 1914.William ORLANDO, FLA. PHONES 4502694IIIIIMIIMMMIIIIMMI every time j -
George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .

SmithTo Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa. .
the Worshipful Master, Wardens,
If .iioiiIiiisiioiiiiiiiiiisnShoeRepairing
and Brethren of Orlando Lodge, 'iiliilMMilMIMItllittlltlltlHMIIHHMIItittftElectrically .
No. 69, F. & A. M. The L C.Smith & Bros.
Ball Bearing,Long Wearing Typewriter

Master Whereas above, our has seen Supreme fit, in His Grand in- by PARCEL POSTMen's r Typewriter for

finate wisdom, to summon from our
midst to that Supreme Grand Lodge Equipped!
above late lamented brother Half Soles, 75c to 850
our $ .r the Rural Business Man
William Smith: Ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 75c ./
That we humbly bow to the Divine Children's H Soles,sOc to 750
edict, and reluctantly part with our 1 1i Hand Turned Soles, '1.00 Whether you are a small town merchantor
late friend and brother:
That we extend to his bereaved Heels Repaired, 2c a farmer, you can't afford to without
family our heartfelt sympathy and All work returned .in 24 hours.
+ assurance of our realization of our Orders without remittance returned a typewriter.
increased responsibility toward themas 0Tero C. 0. D. We pay
the widow and fatherless daugh- i return postage. Typewritten letters and bills save your time and
ters of a Master Mason:
That we set aside in our lodge records give you a business standing you can get'in no
to his and .Sist Standard Model
memory A. Hanson
Th fretttrt notormlt slue other 1
That a copy of these resolutionsbe net lohieved. 7 H.P. Twin way. ;
speread thereon, a copy furnishedto gripped with Electric Held Light Electric Tt.i Light Electric Sited i9.East: Pine Street is ;
StonIe The L. C. Smith & Bros typewriter especially
Btttenei ind Corbin-Brown RewDnre Speedomefr.
each of the local and
daily papers Price J260JO. See CtUlof for detailed description. ORLANDO FLORIDA :
That a signed copy be sent to his adapted to this work because it will stand more
family: ..MMMMMMIMMMMMiTo .
CHAS. P. DOW, MOTOCYCLES wear and does not require an expert operator.

CARL JANSEN, MJdWAL. it in short time.It .
V. W. ESTES. THE WEST Anyone can learn to operate a

Approved in open lodge this twen- 1 t FOR 1914 is ball bearing throughout, simple, compact,
ty-fourth day of February, Nineteen t VIASMINOlf
Hundred and Fourteen. complete.
Attest L. S. THORNTON 60,000 brand.new red machines will go out over the Indian
SecretaryE. trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production [ LIMITED Mail this coupon today.. .
+ C. DUCKWORTH, W. M. in the history of the industry. .
Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm L C. SMITH R BROS.TYPEWRITER CO.
They will flash forth fully armed with "/Thirty-Eight Better Ar Jacksonville __________:7:30 pm Syracuse,>.Y. 1
William T. Sims ments for 1914!" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm Please send free book. 1 1o
To the Worshipful Master, Wardensand Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must_ Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm me jour
Brethern of Orlando Lodge No. completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth. Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. 1..___ 1:15 am j I I do not ate typewriter prwnt. ,
69 F. & A. M. Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am t cm Bring Brethern: All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am D.your special offer to excbuge it for a Dew.ne. :
Again the angel of death has madean head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
alarm at our outer door, and again teries, electric signal Corbin-Brown rear-drive speedometer.You Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 amr :.m. -
ye have been called together to form Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p
in solemn procession to pay our last cannot My realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914 Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm P.0-
loving tribute to the memory of a deceased tedua CataIo,. It nuke plain a host of oompdfio*hdna kota that all motor. Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.___. 7:46 pm '
State --
brother. With bowed heads interatMi men CIa consider to their real ptofit. Send for the 1914 lodiaaCrtaloftiM Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C.____.__ 9:35 pm /
and sorrowing hearts, we have paid most interesting volume of motorcycle alerstore roD"" ncr rctd. Ar Cairo, IlL, I. C.____.____11:07 pm s t tA
'the final honors to our late lamented Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.____12:13 am
The 1914 line of Indian Motocydes co&iiiU of: ;
;brother, William T. Sims, and al-
ILP.Shite Service Model Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am
thougr our hearts are bowed in grief ........J200.00 i
for our loss, we bow our will to that 7 HJ Twin Two-Tweaty-FiTe, Regular Model......... 225.00 Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C._..__ 1:38 am
of the Supreme Architect of the Uni- 7 iLP.Twin Two-Sixty Standard 260.00 =
Ar Matoon III I. C ______ 3:30
verse, and voice our thankfullnessthat 1 H.P. Twin Eight Roadster Model..................... 260.00 Ar ,Ill. I.- ____ am
C. 4:29
Champaign am
ILP.Twin Two Speed Regular Model....... 275.00
have been to'
we permitted as-
Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C. 6:20
fVLf.Twin Two Speed, Tout t Standard Model....... 300.00
for short time with
even a 1 H.P.Twin Hendee Special Model (with BtoCrb Start*) 3CSJI Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50 am .
our departed brother, and in token of
our appreciation, be it resolved: PrieM F.o.& Fact.q Solid Through Trains-Composed of We are the, People

That a page be set aside in our observation, compartment, drawingroom -
minutes and these resolutions be C. R Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla.
'1 section, sleeping cars, and free
that be furnished
spread thereon a
; copy _
the local papers and that a reclining chair cars, between Jackson that have made good. Why? Be- i
a signed copy be forwarded to his them I ily. He opened the back of the case. ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand

family.Signed by Committee, One day during a lesson in historyhe Then he was satisfied, for he read: St. Louis. All meals in dining cause experience has taught us how to .j

CHAS P. DOW.J. observed one of his pupils take out "Sold again!"-Tid.Bits. car.For ,
W. SIMMONS, his watch every minute or two. He f kets and Pullman car reser- make formulas that suit all conditionsfor
L. S. THORNTON vations, :all on
Approved in open lodge this twen- grew suspicious, thinking that the pu- "A Doubting Thomas and a doubt- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent,
of Nineteen pil was consulting notes on the les and b
ty-fourth day February ing Mrs. Thomas" are generall con- or both orange trees vegetables.
Hundred and Fourteen. son. Finally he strode slowly between : D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,
Attest: 1. S. THORNTON .the desks and stopped in frontof vinced after a reasonable experiencewith Atlantic Coast Line,

Secretary. the boy. "Let me see watch," want advertising in the Sentinel Orlando.A .
E. G. DUCKWORTH, W. M. Now is tne time to Fedili ze
he commanded."Yes that there'ARE good servants to be -

DOUBLY SOLD sir," was the meek reply. had-and to be had without extraor- BLACK EYE IJ

The master opened the front of the dinary delay and vexation-and for

The newly appointed master at a case. He looked somewhat sheepish about the same wages demanded by You give one to your own judgmenif .

school had learned all about "crib- when he read the single word "Sold!" the poor ones, the incompetent ones, you don't use Sentinel wants to The Southern Fertilizer Co. t

bing" and such little dodges as school- But he was a shrewd man. He was the destructive and undependable solve your little worries and prob :=

; boys practice and had not forgotten not to be thrown off the scent so easy i I ones. Orlando PHONES: Wfce%, Hurt 31 Florida

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1. South Florida Sentinel LAST EVENING I RHOOfS GRASS A PROm ABlf flORIDA CROP I !

t MORNING AND WEEKLYJOSIAH Since )Ir. and Mrs. Geo. II. McCul-
FERRIS Editor and Owntr. Rhodes grass, scientifically knownas be prepared with great thoroughness.It .
lough came to live in Orlando it has Dickson-Ives
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando, FlorIda become customary for Mrs. McCullough Chloris gayana, is a good hay and should be broken up as deeply as Co1
t as Second Class Mail Matter. to have a birthday about this pasture grass and does very well on i t for any other farm crop, then worked

! TO ADVERTISERS: time of year. This event was dueyesterday moderately good soil, and stands I 1 perfectly smooth with the harrow and
droughts well. the seed After the seed has
and the event was celebrated sown.
; Copy for diapliy and all other nd-iet I
; advertising mast be handed in at the basineti with them and a lew friends The earliest record that we find of been sown it will be found advantageous -
t t. office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. taking dinner with Mrs. A. F. Newkirk the grass in this country is in 1902, I to run a roller or some other
the day before publication. This rule applies
f to changes for contract advertising; it is at her pretty residence on Mag- when Dr. David G. Fairchild, agricultural similar farm implement over the soil DEPARTMENTAL STORfrlanuo'
invariable and nifl be strictly adhered to. nol-a avenue. While seated at dinner explorer, secured a bag of J to compact the surface and cause the
i SUBSCRIPTION RATES: the phone rang, and a neighbor asked the seed in South Africa. It was I seed to come in close contact with
One Year ... ..................$5.00 for :Mrs. McCullough and said, "Someone then attracting a great deal of atten moist soil.
i Six Months '............. ...... 2.50 seems to be trying to get in your tion in that country. I Crop favorite
'; Three Months ........ ........ 1.25 house." Whereupon the McCulloughs Time of SeedingOur j The amount of hay that can be s Shopping
; In Advance. hastened home, and sure enough they limited experience with it in :1 i made per acre of Rhodes< grass varies -
6 1 found the pretty little Seagirt Camp, Florida indicates that April and Mayin 1 greatly, from a fraction of a ton
f FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914. 1'0.116 Amelia avenue, brightly illuminated the spring, or October and November -; up to four or five tons, but one should
t and occupied by about forty in the fall, would be the most fa [ be satisfied with three or four tons PLACEWEDNESDAY
THE WEATHER live wires from the different state and vorable times for seeding in northern 1 on land that is considered, good for

t Canada,. (Glade possible, no doubt, Florida. This same time would prob general cropping purposes. The grass
L t Florida: Fair Friday; cooler in through bribing. the amiable Miss Mc- ably suit central and southern Floridaas grows continuously and will not need
t south and central portions. Saturday Cullough.) The tables were set for well as any other time,of the year. I re-seeding for several years. The
'fair and warmer. games, refreshments and flowers, anda The seed should be sown in a seedbed plot on the experiment station
-f' birthday cake fit to adorn the table thoroughly prepared, and covered j grounds was seeded in the spring of a
of President Wilson, made and pre- very lightly. It must, however, be i in j 1909 and the plants are still vigorous.
t Orlando is proud of its banking in seAted by the Hon. W. H. Lake, ford contact with moist soil to germinate k! A considerable amount of hay can be
stitutions. They are all solid an merly of Asbury Park, now of Orlan- readily. Under favorable conditions made from seed sown in the spring.
1 growing stronger every day. do. germination take place in about The first of this will come off duringthe

I 0J Mrs. McCullough says she has had three days, and the seedlings may be rainy portion of the year, and one
The state executive committee scores of birthdays but never had expected to show above ground in a or two mowings later when the dry
meets in Jacksonville tomorrow, and been used this way before, and the week. With good seed 5 pounds to weather has set in. It grows continuously -
! after that the campaign will be open memory of it, like the fragrance of the acre will be sufficient for a good throughout the year and is .
t to all entries. sweet flowers, will always be dear to stand. not severely affected by light frosts.
k 0t her. Preparation of the Land It makes a good grazing grass and is

It would be hard to find a Democrat Rhodes grass seed is extremelysmall equally good for hay purposes, its
t these days who isn't professedlya Keep in mind the big Mendelssohn consequently the seedlings will nutritive value running about the 1
f progressive Democrat be quite weak so that the land should I same as crab grass or timothy.
particularlyif ) concert drama, "The Martyr of An-
t he is a candidate. tioch." Soloists, Cyril Tyler of Jack- ,
f 0 sonville, Miss :Mary Gilchrist, Mrs. " " 11"111"1"1"1"11111111111'11111111"Cash *
t The Daytona Daily News is strictly Martha Palmer Carr, and Forrest The 18th Day of March is to

t r a daily for its the suspension winter season to take, and place announces Dabney Carr. 3-12-tf to Loan on I be Remembered

t. April 1. It is a hummer while it TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ,

l l lasts.Some paragrapher 0 reminds the FOUND same -by A calling watch.at Owner this office can have and City PropertyI .O R 16 Or[ 1 6.

{ world that the man who was the Boy paying for ad. 3-13-tf
Orator of the Platte a few years ago .. .
is now the grandfather of six. It's a W ANTED-To buy second-hand Real Estate bought and sold J f.
Ford touring car. Apply 306 E.
swift world,
South street. 3-13-3t of all departments.
1 r for cash commission.Dr.
0 or on .
t No chance for the poor man. One WANTED-Position as bookkeeper
( of the big packing houses is going to and stenographer, by a lady of ex
f erect a packing house in Australia so perience. Address M., 114 Court ON THAT DAY
I as to get the benefit of the reduction A. J. TAYLOR
of the tariff meat.
t o FOR large RENT-Comfortable yard overlooking Lake cottage Adair,, Rock Building, Upstairs.4IIIIIIMHMIIIMIiCMMHMMM Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings Groceries -
: ,
Judge Sheppard of the northern city limits, Apopka road. $8 per
q district declares himself month until November. II. C. McDan- JtMMMIIIIMMIlitltfMttltttMMMMIMtttttttiiHltttlllltlttttllttt I
a Progress I
iel. 3-13-lw etc. etc etc.
j ive. He ,
was a good Republican when - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - > - - - - - - - - - -
j he got his appointment, but times FOR SALE .

t have changed, and he is now perfectly Nursery stock, one, two, three and :I A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX :$
r safe. four year old buds; Foster Early, . 25 25
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington DEPARTMENTS
t- Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle j : THE PALMS AUTO CO
It was quite appropriate that the Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222.. 3-13-tf I .
! ancient orator Chauncey Depew .
, should be present at the annual meeting FOR SALEA REO MOTOR CARS A cordial invitation is Extendedto
.t of the chamber of commerce of first-class grocery business; best
location in the city doing $2,500
f the Ancient City, St. Augustine. The worth of business per; month; good For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a !
f former senator is over eighty. line of customers, and rent reasona- everyone
0 ble. Good reasons for selling. For full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force | \ .
particulars, call at this office.
, "Plague Lies in the State Press of All work is
competent repair men. our absolutely ; ;
i *says the Key West Citizen, in speaking FOR SALE-Ford runabout; bargain DON'T FAIL TO BE PRESENT.Souvenirs.
i of the reports of the bubonic if taken at once. Address Box 594, I. guaranteed.
, plague in Cuba. Some disappointed city. 3-13-lw !I.I.I.. .
:, politicians would have it "plague on .
the state press." CHEAP-Two nice furnished rooms '
for light housekeeping. 206 South
o street. 3-13-3t THE PALMS AUTO CO
Orlando fs
only 90 miles from

Ocala, but it takes the Orlando Sentinel Buy your garden seed from DeLa- FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.limMlllilttllittlitlMMMiilMliiMIMMIHIMfl.
_i 24 hours to make the trip. We ney & Abernethy. Just received a
have known not a few big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf .
tourists who could cover the distance for the ladies from the Dry
Eat what you wantEat
t in the same time on foot-Ocala all want.

i t, Star. 0 Take For sale a postscript you by all druggists.and forget l-7-d&w-lyr it. RUn THE[ SENTiNEL[ [l mR THE[ NE[W Goods and Grocery Departmentsand

f The suggestion made in a Jacksonville - for the men from the Men's
paper .to have a display of the I
f state's resources in that city during I I
!' the Confederate reunion is timely and I I Furnishing Department.

t should be well received, but it takes I I r
money to do it and Jacksonville hasn't ,,
1 raised its entertainment fund yet. ,
o I,
( ,
f. The Jacksonville board of trade ,
r held a meeting a few nights ago and I j

!f- the attendance. was so small that the Is Your Heart "In the Ring"Isn't
president declared that the body could
: not do business if of the
it about time "elected" the girl of
i you your
didn't attend. This is a general
complaint; it is just as true of the dreams as mistress of your heart and home, and pre- :

: larger cities as of the smaller ones, sented her with
s and it springs from a lack of the .
proper interest on the part of the individual An Engagement Ring?
f in the affairs of his com-

munity. The more prominent and You can win'any girl's heart with your Jewelry,
F f prosperous citizens generally set this Just show her the newest designs and let her choose
example of neglect, they who Mail artrnent
owe ur r er e
most to the active commercial condi- the setting she prefers and we'll mount a white dia

tions, and it not infrequently hap- a mond of the purest water.

pens that they do less for the com- .; We have wedding rings, too. r
$' munity than others who actually haveno Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, make
material interest in the place. The
of it whenever Samples information
use you can. or
teaching of civic and public spirit in
i the schools has been suggested, and cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
, if there were not so many other
, things to be taught in the schools the Write for one of our illustrated mail order cata

idea might be thoroughly approved. logues. We invite comparison values.
Somewhere men should learn to assert -
a real interest in such work as
, that which falls to the local board of
trade. It was not intended that it
? should be attended to by a handful T. .Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

J of men, nor that half a dozen should ,
,i dictate what the others should do. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

f The board of trade is an open forum; POSTOFFICE
:J at least it should be, where all citi-

. zens meet on equal grounds and counsel ran ( fa Oilando n
; together fort the general welfare. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
t When this is not the case there is
something wrong somewhere. r


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Pure Candy is More Than a I FAVORITE THEATRE l!8 ROSALIND CLUB I IF" "Or "CI'1J

| ROBINSON & STARKEY Managers aI The usual monthly evening entertainment -i

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. i at the Rosalind club was I
| Open 9 to 10:30 P. M. |
a. m. enjoyed last night, and consisted of

i I Admission 5 cents t an informal card party. Several tables -
Of course, hundreds of people all over the coun- ID each of
dDO> aD (JI D (JI)(J. bridge and "five hun-
try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to dred" occupied those desiring to play,.

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also while others preferred a pleasant social -
have done the same thing many times.If RECEPTION !
dainty silver tea bell and a morocco -

convince that candy is card case with a deck of cards I
we can you pure \,
Mrs. W. M. Deming of Schenec- formed the prizes for ladies and for
I The variety of arti-
healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. tady, N. Y., was the honoree of a gentlemen respectively, the highestscore !

point, why then you'll realize that your money is well very delightful and prettily arranged over "five hundred" also winning -i cles shown in our storeis

reception given yesterday by Mrs. cards encased in I
from morocco.
when buy Candy our large assort-
spent you :
W. S. Branch and Miss Roberta Dainty chicken patties and sand- very great.

ment. Branch, at their attractive home on I wiches, with coffee and olives, were

North Orange avenue. served by the committee Mrs. Chas. We have for you all -

Mrs. Deming, who is a sister of Campbell being chairman thereof, assisted -.

Mrs. Branch, has visited Orlando sev- by Mrs. Christ, Mrs. Cheney, that is newest and best

BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN f eral times and has won many warm Mrs. Carpenter, and Miss Ada Bum-
friends and her popularity as wellas by. in Jewelry.

that of the hostess was attestedby

the long line of guests who were DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT D Every article will U
home-made Candies
The home of pure in attendance.

Quantities of nasturtiums were give years of satisfac-

Orange AvenueIllllilillilllli used in the drawing room, the bright Rosalind Club House, Friday Evening
hue of these blossoms being in pretty March 13th, 8:30 O'clock tion--only goods of qual-

contrast with the green of potted PART I. D
offered under
palms. In the hallway, where the Piano Duet-Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. ity our

guests were met by Mrs. S. G. Do- Whitman-"Leaves From My Sketch
Book" (by Heinrich Hofman). guarantee.
tall of red
Jive, vases roses were
Messrs. John B. Coarsey, of Savan- a. "Discourse.b. .
used. In the room adjoining, Miss "Hunting Scene."
nah, and W. B. Coarsey, of Tampa,
WADE Susie Magruder served punch, and c. "The Nightingale Sings."
two popular ambassadors of com- d. "Rustic Dance.:
THE TUNERORLANDO here the decorations were pink roses, Allen & Co.
merce, are in Orlando today, guestsat Group of Songs by Mr. Walter Dren- ,
white carnations and fern.
FLA. the San Juan. asparagus nan, with Mr. Branch at Piano.a. .
J1 Mrs. John W. Stagg and Mrs. S. E. "Possinti Numi" (Mozart). JEWELERS
Mrs. E. J. Sanders, Mrs. A. B. Ives, Sr., were at the dining table, b. "Had a Horse" (Karbay).
Valentine Mrs. B. Lofquist and Mr. which had a handsome cover of lace, c. "The Hills o' Skye" (Harris). Everything Guaranteed.
Mrs. Dwight will sell home canned Group of Old English Songs Mrs.
I Robert Kennedy, of DeLand, spent
and was centered by a large bowl of Reliable
Warlow, with Mrs. Thayer at the Repairing.
fruits at the Rest and Tea Room today I several
hours in Orlando
pansies. A delicious course of ices, Piano.a. ,
They are delicious. Don't fail i coming through in their machine. cakes and bon-bons was served by "My Mother Bids Me Bind My

to get some of them. Mrs. A. D. Clark, of Burns, Tenn., Misses Satterthwaite, Jordan, Zelma Hair" (Haydn, 1732-1809).

Mr. J. C. Palmer, brother of the I I arrived in Orlando yesterday even- Lewter, Berta Beacham, and Mrs. b. "Nymphs cell, 1G58-1695)and Shepherds"). (Pur-

late Jerome Palmer has ai" -"' *-nm ing and will remain in our city for Louis Dolive, Mrs. Ray Saunders, c. "The Lass With the Delicate

Virginia and is a guest at the Empire I'', the next two months visiting her par- Mrs. DeWitt Miller, and Mrs. Ralph Air" (Dr. Ame, 1719-1788)).

hotel. I:I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Allen, No. Yearby. PART II.
"Mr. Smith in Search of Cook"Cast
' Messrs. W. E. and C. N. McClel- ,206 E. Church street. Others assisting in the happy affair : ==0=

land, of North Camp, Wash., are I I :Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Cornell and Miss were Mrs. Philip Slemons, Miss Mr. Smith ___Mr. Frederick CushmanMrs. i .
among the late arrivals at the San1Juan. !' Leopold Stein ______________
Antoinette Slemons and Miss
Claudia Haux have arrived in Orlando Mary

________Mrs. William F. BlackmanMrs.
from Chicago and are pleasantly Scruggs, who was at the piano duringthe Flood______Mrs. Hiram Powers t.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Goldsmith and I! located at the San Juan, where afternoon. lIaggieIoran _________________
family arrived yesterday from New they the ________Mrs. Robert D. Macdonald
contemplate spending re-
'I Katherina Webber Miss Avery
York and will spend some time in this mainder of the season. MRS. THOMAS ENTERTAINED AT
Frau Webber___Mrs. George D. Dyer
section.Mr. Rev. W. S. Little, who is well BIRTHDAY PARTYA Ole Ca'lineMrs. Frederick Cushman have money to loan on improved i

S. C. Farrington, former citizen Mary Ann Dooly____Mrs. Ora Layton
known here through former visits, arrived -
Mrs. Sarah E. Matilda _____________
of Orlando, but now residing in Wednesday evening from Phila- party was given ______ AndersonMrs.. Arthur C. Dill
Fort Meade, is here for a few dayson 'delphia, and will be connected with Thomson by her daughter, Edith Mary Brooks _____________Miss Ives
business. : the Cathedral clergy, assisting with May, at The Oaks yesterday after- Annie Baker ________Miss Deaderick \ city property. .

Mr. H. C. Consady, of Brooklyn, :I the mission for colored people and in noon, in honor of her mother's birth- Antoinette_________Lucile______ LubickMiss _EnloW___

N. Y., arrived in Orlando yesterdayand other church work. day.At Malvina Stubbs _________Miss Nicoll
will spend a week or so at the 'I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dean have rent six o'clock a delicious supperwas Sarah B _____________ Miss Spooner
Juan. served to eighteen guests. The Man ____________ Col. Hugh T. Reed
San ed the home of Mr. C. G. Mcllvaine I
i i The characters in the
table was decorated with beautifulcut (( are given s.i7.A.
Mrs. Dwight will sell home canned on Lake'Lucerne, and have taken pos-' order of their appearance.) ..
flowers. The time was most en-
fruits at the Rest and Tea Room to- session. Mr. Dean is manager of the
joyable spent in musical selections by
day. They are delicious. Don't fail Orlando telephone exchange. He and ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDA
Miss Martha Weeks, Mrs. Blazer, and
to get some of them. Mrs. Dean have but recently come to Phone 172
Miss Thomson. returns
Many happy
few Miss Glenn Cheney
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carroll, Mrs. Orlando. and remembrances were received by days ago
James, and Mrs. Ascombs motored to I Messrs. B. M. Robinson, William Mrs. Thomson.The invited seven of her friendsMissesWillie

Orlando yesterday from Mount Dora I Martin and Arthur Butt were seen at out of town guests were Mrs. Person Eliza Wright, Ada I till 11111 11111 11111 11111 MMIMilHHilMMIIIMfiMIMilMIHItMtHimiMIIMtillMlllllillliltiM..

and spent the afternoon enjoying the the station last night inquiring the Roy Blazer and daughters, Harriet Bumby, Ethel Dickson, Alma DeLa- :
to St. It has been ney, Mrs. Thomas Brodwater
sightsMr. way Petersburg. and Katharine, of Estherville la.;
Mrs. Louis Dolive-to be her guestsat
J. G. Kirkland, division'passenger rumored in Orlando that a ball game Mrs. Maria Whitford and Mrs. Bar- .

agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, between two of the big league teams ringer, of Ruthven, la., and Mrs. Bar- luncheon" yesterday "to meet Miss

with Orlandq headquarters yesterday in in Tampa the interest, visited of was, and to take it is place supposed at that that they place maybe today ry, of Lockhart. Hudson Carleton Falls, an, N.attractive Y., and not visitor until from the P Packaae kill fn

the road. I found cracking peanuts in the conclusion of the pretty affair did [ [
bleachers' at an early hour today. those seated at the daintily appointed
' Mrs. C. G. Mcllvaine and her daughter -I NEW ERA IN THE EVOLU- table'realize the true significance, of
They wanted to make the fastest pos-
Miss Ruth Mcllvaine, and their I TION OF THE DRAMA the
sible time and were scheduled to take party.
guest, Miss Standish, left last nighton
and with
the Benoist air boat at Tampa for I Four courses were served,
the midnight train for their homein Paul Gilmore, who will appear at! the ices came small white cards, to
the While -
Pittsburg.Mrs. the town were across made to keep bay.the purposeof efforts his the successes Lucerne tonight"Captain, in Alvarez the latest," will of' which clusters of orange blossomswere We will give a package of Warner's Spaghetti free

Dwight will sell home canned their visit secret nobody who bring to us a play entirely different tied with white ribbon, and on with purchase of package of Warner's Macaroni
fruits at the Rest and Tea Room today knows the enthusiasm of, such fans from the rank and file of the season's these were written the names of the every a

They are delicious. Don't fail offerings. His appearance in this hostess and Mr. Douglas R. Ellerbe. .
will be blinded for a moment as to play marks the return of the romantic -
to get some of them. the real object of their trip to the drama. The waning interest in The guests were greatly elated over
Take advantage of this special offer. Good for
SEED! SEED! SEED! south. the modern society drama, and prob- the announcement, which came as a

Garden and field seed. DeLaney & lem play, and the public demand for complete surprise, and are eagerly this week only.
different has induced Mr.
Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf anticipating the wedding which will
Gilmore to bring to sort of
D. A. R. CHAPTERThe us a new
Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. production, a new romantic comedy- take place within a short time.HARPERTHORNTON .
Orlando chapter of D. A. R.
drama, based on the once popular romantic -
will meet with Mrs. Dow on Orange drama. The scenes are laid in

TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO avenue Saturday, March 14th, at 3 the picturesque country of the Argen-
tine Republic, during the time of THE SANITARY GROCERY
Chiropodist for both men and wo. p. m. All regular members are invited. President Rosas, over half a centuryago. Many in Orlando will be interestedin
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Visiting D. A. R. are invited There is not a dull moment in the following marriage notice from
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. CARUTHERS & GORE
J. Mustard 117 Orange avenue, over at 4 p. m. to ,listen to the program, the entire play. It is altogether new, the St. Petersburg Times of Sunday,

Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm I which includes historical papers. altogether has entertaining. Paul Gil- in view of the fact that the groom,
more companies playing Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
"Captain Alvarez" but will appear Mr. Clarence B. Thornton, lived in

here in the play, himself.A Orlando at one time: Clarence B.
1"1"1"1"1" "
Thornton of this city, and Miss Jes-
FULL MOON sie Harper, of Cleveland, Ohio, were t
PAUL GILMORE den Now seed is from the time DeLaney to buy& Abernethy.your gar- married Thursday in Tampa. The . . . . . . . , :

3-13-tf ceremony was performed by the rec-

tor of the Hyde Park Episcopal s,
SEED! SEED! SEED! church.
And Associate Players in their Garden and field seed. DeLaney &

Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf SPECIALFord
Great Comedy Drama For the news, read The Sentinel

4 Take your repairing to Warman on

i Court street. 12-5-tf LUTHER THE FLORISTCut TouringCar fully equippedas

"Captain Alverez"AT Flowers good as new
T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
2, Orlando. 3-5-tf ROSES, VIOLETS,

C. W. Riley, the photographer, has
moved his business from 405 Hughey POTTED PLANTS

street, and can now be found at 303 Four passenger Cadillac ready to
.Lucerne Theatre. I
Garland street. Call and see him. I
$1.50 run $350.00.San .
3-7-lw Good Wood ,

$2 and $2.25
Better Wood
Eat what want. -
13th 1914
Eat all want.
Take a postscript and forget it. Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 Juan Garage Co. .
For sale by all durggists. .

Seats on sale at Estes Pharmacy, Wed- ; l7d&wlyrOSTEOPATHY This won't last long,

Stock up while you can. All Night ServiceAJAX J

| nesday, March 11th. ;

DR. J. C .HOWELL Orlando Wood Yard l
TIRES don't cost ,more and are .
any guaranteed
: Hours 10.12, 3.5, and by appointment
: 50-75-$1.00-$1.50. for five thousand miles. :
: Prices I No extra charge for house treatment 104 W. (Pine St. .l

: Telephone connections B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor

'41111111111111111111111111111111111111'1"' "*****,,,: Office cor. Orange and Central ATes.f I .


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,'..Ii "
i '
to Don't
{'; combings us. destroy Farm of twenty acres, about ten a sure way for results. 'The little
them. We will make what
you want. acres cleared, about seven acres cul-
s ; No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles southeast Come and see our stock and examineour tivated. 21-2 miles west of Taft advertisements that cry your needs to
The annual meeting of the Florida of city, on hard road, all im- i work. We invite inspection. If :P.O., near Lake Davis. Good wire the multitudes, and bring results, no

Good Roads association will be held proved; 175 budded orange and grape- Bent Notice etc.,of for Lost this coll Wanted 2oc F.r for Sale. Fr you haven't the hair we supply it. fence on three sides. Small new matter what thing or man or opportu-

at Gainesville, Fla., Thursday and fruit trees just coming into bearing; fiOc for three tars, or 11.00 lDDo for one week one daj.for Our stock is genuine. We make ev- house and well About 15,000 feet of nity you seek. Merchants find them
7-room house the land is of the best. erything to order. Will cash for
Friday, April 9th and 10th. ; 25 words or less. Money mast accompany pay saw timber. Land all dry and suit-
No. 2-Two 3-acre young groves inside the advertisement for this column u 110 combings. Nicholas & Nicholas, 303 able for trucking or citrus fruit. Am effective as business getters, and use
defeated at Tallahassee of city, nicely situated to divide insertions will be made on credit Garland tkcm all the
Although avenue. 2-19-w-lm too old to work it and will sell at a regularly. People in

u last year, we are still very much alive into home Iota FOR SALE-Automobile, and city WANTED-Small furnished house bargain. Owner, Box 137, Taft,..Fla.2271md&w walks of life use and read them.

: and ready to make new plans for the No.house 3-13 and acres 200, 8 acres with Groom lots from $125 t o225 apiece. Wm.I for the summer. Address E. E. Just try a Sentinel want ad. to-
bearing grove;
I. Ireland Willola hotel
Higgins. 3-8-6t care city.
'future welfare of Florida and the will be with the
{ the 5 acres is garden land divided in 3-10-3t Ladies' hair dressing, massage, morrow-you pleased
improvement of her roads, says the acre lots and recorded.No. FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one i results. 4
4 5 east between Amelia HOUSE FOR RENT-210 North Or- shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
A. B. Dunning. acres acre in bearing orange grove; six I
Apply G. A. Baas, care Or-
and Concord I ange. Shop. 1-2-tf
aveaues, just over city acres cleared; part of land suitable
Good roads legislation, providingfor limit line of it to lando B. & T. Co. 3-7-6t
; a part bearing for gardening and trucking; located Sentinel want ads. get results.

a state highway commission and grove and grapery; a I fine 8-room half mile from city limits on public Read Sentinel want ads. Classified Ads.
house and other This is FOR REm Ever Try our
permanent roads for Florida will be buildings. a road. Bargain. Address M. C. B.,
rare bargain to get a city home just care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf
discussed by practical road engineersand over the city line. Give this your at- FOR RENT OR-SALE-Good house,. FOR RENT-5-room house, partly

builders. The need of laying a tention.No. garden and farm land, on Conway furnished. See Frank Soper, Room "'IIIIIIIIIIIIII.lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltThe

system or network of roads in each 5 -40 acres, 20 improved with clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t
Y 500 choice bearing trees south
will receive attention. orange 320lmd&wFOR
county especial
side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; attractive AltamonteALTAMONTE
Samples of road material will be on fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room SALE-Bargains in improved: FOR in new RENT-Large bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. room
and unimproved land. See S. S.
exhibition. cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and 2-4 tf
Florida needs permanent roads and shade; tennis court (cement); the Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
show place of the South, known as FURNISHED ROOMS in new mod-
the question is: "What is the most the Foss Grove. On account of the An elegant modern home four bed- ern home. Light housekeeping if beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L

economical kind to build?" death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no rooms; two bath rooms; gas; and electricity desired. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in inte-

A hearty invitation is extended to longer attend to the estate. This throughout; fruit trees and door to the Wyoming' hotel. rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

all county commissioners! to be pres- means sell it. flowers. 509 East Central avenue. R-OOME-FOR RENT for light house- most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
No.Several I }
nice homes, close to 215tfMIIIMimilMMMMMMIMMMIIMIMMMItllMltl keeping. 307 E. Pine St. 3-8-Gt
ent.A Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.

proposition is being considered Also choice lots, close in. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting etc.

to have the State Chamber of Com- If you want to buy for home or investment -I Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-

merce meet with the association. I am a leader along these ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
lines. Call or phone and make date
.for investigations. Only Altamonte Spring water used. illustrated booklet.

FRANK CLARK ENTERTAINS Open evenings. One Bungalow Left to Sell
19 W. Church St-Phaie 398


special to the Times-Union from PROPERTY FOR SALE M. J. DAETWYLERPhone Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.

Washington says: 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.111111New
A dinner tendered Gov. Park Tram-
House and four vacant lots frontingon
mell, of Florida, by CongressmanFrank
Magnolia avenue; also other lots 563IIMIIMIIIIIIMillllliillllllltHttltMtttMIIIMM
Clark here tonight, was an elegant :
fronting Colonial Drive. Will sell
affair in all of its appointments.Invited .
in part or the whole. This is our
to meet Gov. Trammell, be-
home place that has never been of-, MaterialsIn
sides Congressmen Wilson and Sparkman Spring
fered for sale before. Best building.I
were a number of other men
location the city. Call at 703 NorthMagnolia FOR SALE 'FOR RENT Large well furnished
high in official life in the national ; ,
capital avenue. A. Y. Fuller. II Six hundred acres timber land, and I room to persons wishing suburban Foulards Embroidered Crepes Ratine
Y 3-10-3t ten acre orange grove, with two milesof ;;aceommo3' tibas; also 2 acres good ,
Gov. Trammell came to Washington I : like shore, near Winter Garden,I truck land, close in. Good opportu-
to confer with the general land one of the greatest trucking and nity for right person. Address "A," Crepes, Dainty Flaxons. The latest stylesin
SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI citrus centers of Florida. The Sentinel 9-8tf
office on a number of claims made by orange
am now organizing an excursion crop will pay interest on the whole
the state of Florida for lands to which Millinery.
party to New York and Albany, via investment.. Terms. S. S. Griffin, HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms,
the state claims it is entitled under Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 modern; located at 311 N. Orange :

the swamp and overflow act passedby April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave

congress in the fifties. from Orlando to Albany, which includes FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade nue. 2-24-tf MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

baggage transfer in Jacksonville citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando !
and New York. Special reduc- and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 FOR RENT Elegant furnished

FOR SALE tion to those starting at Jacksonvilleor miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin,' rooms for light housekeeping. 406
stopping at New York. For good Orlando, Fla. East Pine street. 2-4-6t
20 located three miles from
city brick road berth and rooms make reservationsnow LOST-Between here and Sanford, a for CorsetsMcCall's
on eight Barclay
; of C. P. Smith, Hand building, FOR SALE-Shetland pony, harness demountable, inflated tire, 34x4. Agents
acres bearing grove; two acres corner Orange avenue and Church and cart. Will sell at bargain if I Reward. Herman Hillman, 400 Mag-
cleared and I
ten timber four
; street, before March 21. 3-5-tf bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne nolia avenue. 3-12-3t Patterns
room cottage. Price $3,500. Circle. 3-7-lw-d&w
25 acres four miles from city; ten
Waraan Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, LOST-Gold and ivory handled um-
acres in four hundred -
grove, bearing .
f FOR RENT-Room and board. Ad- brella; name Walker carved on han ------
and two hundred on Court street. 125tftl.IIIIIJIIIIIIIII.III"
orange threeyearold dress 25 Gould street. 3-12-3t
dIe. Return to Sentinel office. +
} grapefruit trees twelve .
FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the
f fruit land and three acres garden
r land; cottage and barn, located week or month; cheap. Phone 571, LOST-Wednesday, 4th, one plain silver :
call at 23 E. Pine street.
or 3-12-lm Real Estate Agents,
lake front. Price $5,000. card case; initials N. H. B.

70 acres choice fruit and vegetable ForSaleModern !; WANTEDWANTEDGood Finder return to Hammond & BunchCo. !

land; three and one-half miles from and receive reward. 3-12-2t: ,,

city. Price $30 per acre. stenographer, at
Five-room cottage and lot one hundred once. Apply B. II. Robinson, Court FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA- I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

by four hundred feet; located on House. 3.10-6t A quaint, delightful little town in rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.

r main highway leading out of city. 8roomHouse : WANTED-25 family washings at which to spend a few weeks en route Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
Price $2,000.Five once, from 50 cents Home north. Heart of the mountains. Tonic
up. verandas. Specialheating
acres of bearing orange grove, 2 doors :: Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. climate. Scenery unsurpassed. Particulars six-room bungalow; oil finish, double
well located. Price $2,000. 3-8- I Miss Willis, Dixie Hall. and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-

140 acres overlooking a beautiful I 3-8-6t wainscoated and sealed suitable for laundry or
west of i ment, ,
lake, one and one-fourth miles from :: i Wyoming : W. T. ENTRICAN, I fernery.
including house or
I Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em furnace. Lot 40x100 rose
20 acres station bearing and orange packing grove house containing -; I:.! Hotel. Bargain. :: Makes a specialty of painting, paper- !on Court street. 12-5-tf House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These I

fourteen Hundred trees. The I.. ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN lots connect at the corners, with rose house between.

p remaining land is high grade fruit : Phone 636. 1-21-lm offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
and While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or
garden soil. Price $12,000.
Ladies' hair
dressing, massage, to all.
I Open
2,000 acres choice fruit i "News" automobilesfor
land, well *i mt i mmm sightseeing
located. shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
Can be had at a bargain. Lookout Mountain Point Park
Office J.Over E. CRAWFORD Blue Drug Store, i A. L. Bentley, : Shop. 1-2-tf Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary E. N. COY .

117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, 10 L AMELIA AVENUE i WOOD, COAL AND ICE Ridge and historical points. For res- 301 West St., Nortb,0rando! ,
Orlando, Florida. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ervations, address 910 Market street. :

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Electric Elt'fator-teMIJ Heat Bath$-Hot and Cold Water m Each Poem a $1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c. .

J. MAGRUDER, Prop. i
Cut Rates to January I, 191$

: Meals 50c. ;.
Rooms [one) S1.00 per day. Rooms (two) 51.50 per day. I Meals by the week S8 50 OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. j
S600cerweek. $8.00 per week. .th'
B..I Room by --J
520.00 per month. SJO.00 _rn.month. month. $50.00.Orlando. NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to :.

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PEACE[ [-IN MEXICO O To Be Sold Within Some Orlando Invest MARKETOf !

10 ments. t
Visits Washington in Hope of Getting DaysWhat
Cleanliness Of 1
Sanction for Counter Revolu- Quality

tionary Movement is known as the E.V.. Bullock home. We will offer for one ,

Mrs. Bullock has taken up her residence in Georgia, FRESH AND SALT MEATS '1
week number of in-
Washington, March .-Gen. Felix where she has large business interests. The ladyis a FISH AND GAME J

Diaz, who helped Huerta overthrow here for a few days and is ready to make very attractive vestments in Orlando 1
Madero and later fled from Mexico under the best conditions. !
prices to those wanting a home or for an Kept sanitary a
under protection of the United States, investment. Real Estate that will
returned here today with a party of Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh ;
Mexicans and Americans interestedin Meet the lady at my office and do your trading pay from ten to twenty and pore.

Mexico. direct with her. percent. Tourists who
t'I From what was told the senate for We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

eign relations committee last week by have surplus money are everything in the Meat Line.
Pedro del Vilar, who accompaniedDiaz
today, the purpose of the Diaz CHADIC'S' REAL [ESTATE A AND D DBusiness invited to call and get

adherents is to restore peace in Mex- full information. The PARLOR MARKET
ico Ly a plan that would recognize !

neither Huerta, or Carranza or Villa. ExchangeOPEN
Senators said action had been asked :
H. M. Self & Co.
for a counter-revolutionary movement Cooper Atha

19 W. Church Street Phone 398 : PINE STREET
Members of the party today accompanying 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor .
Diaz denied they wished the ,'IIIMMiMliMtlllMMIIIIIHMItilllllilMillliMttJust Phone
Phone No. 311 : No. 80
help of the United States in an armed .
revolution. Senator Shively, acting Illlllll Illltll IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimilllllllll i
chairman of the, foreign relations i
committee, said today that while the

Mexicans had given the committeesome I .
interesting information, no \ .
sanction or approval had been givento .

any revolutionary movement. a
In the Diaz party was A. A. Brown-

lee, a lawyer and mining engineer of W.ILSLEMONSNew
New York, who it developed had recently 1
asked for a conference between
Diaz and Secretary of State Bryan arrived car load

and President denied. Members Wilson. of The the requestwas party FORDS for immediate Goods Arriving Daily

declared Diaz had been invited to con- delivery. jII j
fer with "a high official."

Consul Simpich at Nogales reported !
Get now
he had assurances from Carranza yours 1;
that lives and properties of Americans
F. G. RUSH ;
and other foreigners would be :*- .. i
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protected and that all molestation of Phone 226 We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
foreigners would be avoided throughout "
the Nogales district. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. j

Carranza issued the orders upon Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. P
Consul Simpich's complaint under instructions -
from Secretary Bryan pro- 6 Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. :

testing against rebel depredations on & Co. Best place in the city to trade. !'
George Beveridge's ranch and the Ga-

nahl hacienda in the Nogales district. ,

Authorities at Tampico have prom- \
ised the immediate release of an

there.American named Byrd held near W. M. SLEMONS i


Criminal court is dragging out an _."IIIIIIIIII MMMMMMIMMIMMtnMIMIiMMMmillHIIimilltfr'i "
uninteresting session, much time be- To the West and NorthwestVIA
ing taken up yesterday with the case i

of sault a negro to kill who Deputy is charged Sheriff Allen with ,as-of -- ! !*! ! ! ! !! 7

Apopka. Dr. Carroll, of that place, DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND R
and other prominent men of that sec- O IIIIIIIIIII'I' 3fNiiMilrli
tion were on the stand during the SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDDixie i

day. -iMIIIIMIIillll"Water /
Dixie 1
NOTICE-I will not be responsible J t.JT Orlando. A. C. L..l:31am 3:13pm v Orlando. ........................ 3:13 pr !
for debts contracted by r Jacksonville A. C. L... 6:4:1: amT 7:30 pm Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 p mm ,
any my Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35 amT 8:25 pm v Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15p
wife after today, March 11, 1914. Waycross A. C. L..ll:50am 10:25pm Waycross A. C. L. .............lOtfOp Orlando :
5t r Macon G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. & F. .............. SUaJI H
C. T. HUNGERFORD r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 1:25am Ar Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:12 am
Ar Knoxville L. & N. .............12:19pi
r Chattanooga W. & A..12:18am 11:55 am Ar Corbin L. &: N. ................ 3:16pi!
NOTICE J Ar Nashville N. C. & St. L. 4:50 am 4:30pmArSt r Louisville. L. & N. .............. 9:00pi
I hereby give notice that I will not Louis L C.&I.&N. %:50 pm '1:%0 am r Indianapolis .. L. ............ 1:50 ar & Ijiglit Co j
"be responsible for any debts contracted Ar Lexington L. & N. ............ 6:50 pi 1
by my wife, Mrs. Odessa Broome Ar Hopkinsvffle. L. ft N........... ,:21 pm Ar Cincinnati L. & N. ............. 8:50 lIE i
Carland. Ar Evansville L. & N..... 9:28am 9:25 pm Ar Kalasoazoo G. R. & L ..........1%:20 pi
PAUL CARLAND. Ar Terre Haute C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar Grand Rapids G. R. A L ....... 2:45pi Electricity
; 3-8-3t Ar Chicago, C. & E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50 am I r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7:15ai

Dr. BuckmasterOsteopathic Solid train composed of section drawing Gas Water Iced
Solid train composed of electric light
room sleeping ears observation compartment
ears and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coach I
Chicago. and section drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati an
ar between Jacksonville and St Louis.
Physician DIXIE FLYER through Jacksonville sleeping Louisville car between ana Jacksonville Indianapolis an. Office:--No. 18 West Central Avenue .
132 Orange'Avenue Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car betwee "
artment. observation sleepers and electlic Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondayand
ighted section drawing-mom sleepers. First- !
Next door to People's Bank, lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining ear Thursdays! of each week. Dining u Telephone No. 6
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
up-stairs. Acute and chronIc j
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of the several pleasant social r11 I c

Y events this week took place Wednes -
day evening at the home of Mr. and

Mrs. Jos. Bumby, on Boone street, the =-=
i special honorees being Mr. and Mrs. 4 =
Beonschbach, the latter a sister of u"11'1t"1 ?=;- -=
z Mrs. Bumby. I { I ifereOF ===
lilt: (
TIIESTATEBMOFORUNDO Quantities of roses formed very effective I
decorations, and over interest- i-
:Z i I jIIN 1 ing games of bridge and "five hun-
: yqr I IIIIn11' dred" the evening passed quickly and YOUIl ion and CHILDREN

pleasantly for all. .

I The highest scores in "five hundred" F s Depend largely upon lioy/ much you :
were,made by Mr. and Mrs. C.
,I E. Saunders; and in bridge by Mrs. save and teach them to save
W. M. Davis and Mr. Benj. Drew. ==
I Late in the evening delicious refreshments ; ] low mncli have yon and they\ saved
: were served, :Mrs. Merck -- -----
N SAFECONSERYATIVZA000MMODATI LONG ESTAPLISHED NG I Bumby.and Mrs. Beonschbach assisting Mrs. .T.-.IJS]( MONTH( 1 ? t

Among those present were Mr. and
Drew Dr. and Mrs. Merck, .
-- I Mrs. Benj. ,
.. . YOUR SPARE CASH .. -.. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Saunders, Mr. and -_ r1JT -! _

should not be allowed to remain idle, or be spent for Mrs. Wm. Lege, Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Brodwater, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barnes,
i needless trifles. I Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dow, Mr. and Mrs. I
Louis Dolive, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J 'uJi; .I7: ]' I.P( YOU 1 1
Put it where it will yield an income for you. De- -
e Bumby, )Ir. and Mrs. A. W. Bumby,
g posit it each week in the State Bank of Orlando where and Mr. Chas. Bumby.
t We have several plans for teaching =

: it will earn a liberal rate of interest. Come in and openan HOWARD TALKED TO TOURISTS
systematic saving and will be pleased
account. "* ) *' "? .;J1. <:.\>.' YESTERDAYMr.
to explain them all. .
4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts C. E. Howard gave a brief ad-

dress at the tourists' headquarters
yesterday afternoon, and all present

: THE; STATE BANK( ORLANDO speak in very complimentary terms in
reference to the occasion. He men- URlited Stat Dptay"It r I
: tioned his own early experiences as
I I a settler in Florida and said it wouldbe
wise for all new comers to consult is -
a pleasure to serve you.
with those of experience as to methods
y of agriculture, fruit culture, etc.
Conditions are so different from the 1 -
North and East that those who come I =

a iiiiiilliMRS. hhhhi should profit by the advice of those
who have been successful. -
McMAKIN HOSTESS FOR carried out, with lively strains from y?-- t Ijl ji Iljllll I II I i I I I)I 'I I I tl IM III I tl I h 11 I'II II i l tI I V I'I i I t I I I III I jl I I I t I r ''V I I I I I, fl ,t/', !I I'II'i II 'I,III'I' nl'I i Ilt'llltl Il 1.1'I.' I I lp 7 y ilj .d'i'I ifl fl 4 'j l i-I/qNl I/ .I I Nip t'l rr-----
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t I I I 1'' ( I I I I I II NI II'I I "
BRIDGE PARTY the musicians. MEN SUFFS GIVEN LUNCHEON I I i t 1 i t I I 1 j ll w I I

An appetizing salad, with coffee, Several of the officers and membersof ..

i Mrs. Ethel McMakin was hostess at sandwiches and bon-bons, was served, the newly formed Men's Equal Suf .When calling for same, please say NaiM, D. C.; Perrill, Daniel C.; Mack- Mrs. Flossie; Gage Mrs. A. H.; Gor-
Mrs. McMakin being assisted by Mrs. frage League, were entertained at "advertised." full, E. D.; McElmurry, C. R.; Mc- gan, Mrs. E. E.; Harrell, Miss May
the Keystone Wednesday evening, her Donald, Cory (2)) Norwell Mercan- ;
Frick Mrs. ;
Thompson and Mrs. Alli- Harden
luncheon in the Tea Room O'NEALTP- Maude Jackson
yesterdayby W. M. ; Mrs.
guests forming a large and merry tile Co.; Nigell, J. T.; Neal, Barton; G.
bridge party comprising nineteen ta- son. the president of the State Suf- Men's List-Andrews, H. B.; Bry- Reed, John; Reed, James; Rolin, Dr.; Mary ; Jackson, Mrs. Ganchier;
Blake, E. A. Billings, Janes, Mrs. Grace; Jones, Mrs. E. B.
a Robert
frage Association, Rev. Mary A. Saf- ant, ; ; ;
Roberson A. E. Rolf, Cliff Soull!
bles. Mr. Fairfax and Col. Hunt ; ; ,
A FULL MOON ford. E.; Boyd, Frank L; Boldin Clabon; D. F. Stickler, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. List, Mrs. John K.; Little, Mrs. J. P.;
proved most skillful of the contest- Now is the time to buy your garden Brunson, Sam; Bartlett, J. R.; Bray,I. Sykes,; A. L; Tyingis & Company;; McDowell, Mo E. R.; Moores, Mrs.
; ants, and were each rewarded with a seed from DeLaney'&: Abernethy. W. P.; Brown, Robb & Co.; Adams, Thompson, Jack; Wilson, S. F.'Ris- C. A.; Martin, Miss Mae La.; Nenl-
deck of cards encased in leather. 3-13-tf Some cities are fining people $5.00 Clarence; Corlett, W. W.; Cook, Al- tauiand Co., G. W. son', Mrs. Elizabeth; Nester, Mrs. C.
I for but the teachers bert; Carter, Florye; Denham, L W.; N.; Palmer, Mrs. George H.; Prevatt,
tangoing, dancing I
Roses ferns and palms added fragrance Evans, Elton; Emmons, David; Gid-I Women's List-Aschenbach, Mrs.C. Mrs. E. T.; Roberts, Mrs. J. H.;
i and beauty to this festivegatherir.g W. T. ENTRICAN deny that this was done to increase dens, Marcus; Gadson, James; Green, H.; Adams, Miss Anna; Atkerson, Ready, Mrs. Willier; Reed, Miss Ida
,and music by the orchestra Painter and interior decorator. New their business.UNCLAIMED L E.; Graggs, Charlie; Haney Wil- Mrs. Lillie; Birch, Mrs. Robert; Brewer Bell; Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Benja..
ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. r lie; Hodge, T. W.; Hawkins, B. H.; Mrs. E.; Blair, Cornelia; Burns, min P.; Stephens, Miss Marie Russell -
furthered the enjoyment of all pres- Expert workmen employed. Johnson, Clarence; Juley, Haurne; Mrs. B. M.; Brown, Mrs. Susie; Bar ; Smith, Mrs. I. B.; Shelburne,
: ent, especially nt the close of the LETTERSList Jones, Samuel; Jackson, W. E.; Jen- ber, Mrs. Mary ((2)); Chevalier, Kath- Mrs. George; Sachse, Mrs. Frieda;
evening when the suggestion that all There are some time-saving ads. nens, I. A.; Kross, George (2)); Long- lyn (2));;Davis, Mrs. W. F.; Duhart, Spurgeon, Miss Bessie; Wilson, Miss
should in the in this of letters remaining uncalledfor acre, C. F.; Liles, J. L; McCall, J. S.; Mrs. Anker; Dudley, ,Mrs. Bertha; Maggie; Whitehead, Mrs. E. L;
join dancing Virginia issue awaiting your personal in the Orlando, Florida, postofficefor Mitchell, J. W.; Marsh, T. E. ((2)); Dickinson, Miss Laura; Funk, Mrs. West, Mrs. Edith; Walker, Mrs.
k reel before dispersing was merrily attention-and wholly worthy of it! the week ending March 7th, 1914. Martin, W. M.; Murray, Harry; Mc- Katie G.; Fisher, Katie; Fullmore, Chas.; Williams, Miss Birtha. +


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

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

t and most complete line of good Shoesin

South Florida. A few of our best TRUNKS AND BAGSin aid [Evening Gowns


the South.SwillasawlHaffifflocis. IN ALL THE NEW SILK WEAVES, r
For Ladies

Baby Dolls and May Jones, E. P. CREPES, GHARMEUSE,

Sole Reed Oxfords.and Red Cross lines, Rubber [ ij t CREPE METEORS, Etc.

These Gowns, the prettiest ever shownin
For Men
., Orlando, are now on display in our

The well known Florsheim for the

For men ChildrenThe who care. ,Clean UpHose Ready.1o.WDepafflenI e

Rakes Lawn Mowers Sprinklers Second Floor
Shurefoot in Canvas, Welt, Patent, Kid ,

and Gun Metal Boy Scouts are very popular -
just now. We have them. etc., etc. Take' the Elevator

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