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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.
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Publication Date: March 14, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE MORNING SENTINELTHE




PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914. NUMBER 28.COMMITTEE .

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PEACESOCIETYVORKED\ E I[ K[ f FOR REPEAL'[ [ '' UNITED JArS STATES TO UVf CONSENTS IN N MEXICO f FOR'I GOVERNOR BY N NOTORIOUS TMMMfll T CLUB BUNCOED BOARD A Of f TRADE A [ Will RAISE[ f FUND N Nf





OFCANALTOLLS f [EXEMPTION[ CLAUSE[1 Secretary. ment That Bryan Colonists Makes Will Announce-Be His While Rural Hunting Representative for Gambling Decoyed I T O f FURTHER[ r PUBLICITY l CAMPAIGN .


Allowed to Pass Through Layout at Beach Resort ; ----
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PURSUES ITS !WHO IS T TO REACTING MAYOR Y R IN Washington, March 13.-Special.( ) The following story of how the ENGAGEMENT[N A [ [ Of [ELEANOR[ R WILSON N MEETING HELD TO DEVISE

INQUIRY INTO LOBBY -Japan has established the right to governor of the state was made the WAYS AND MEANS FOR
ABSENCE[ E OF f [EXECUTIVE 1 TO M'ADOOADMITTED O [
t ACTIVITY colonize in Mexico with the consentof brunt of a rather serious joke is told THAT OBJECT

the United States. This view was by the Lake Worth Herald iq this _

expressed at the Japanese embassy week's issue:
Question Referred to City Attorney Secretary Smilingly Refers All In

WITNESS[ IiASYiOhJS![ U llAP [ Seems to Have No Answerin today Secretary following Bryan the that announcement the Japanese by great Park state Trammell of Florida, governor, has just of been the quirers to Miss Wilson Who PRES. WOODRUFF R I ISSUES[ LETTER[

Charter
colonists might pass from Juarez to made the victim of one of the richest Remains Silent

Calexico with the approval of this jokes ever "pulled off" in the South.
WASHINGTON LAWYER WHO CALLS ON MEMBERS TO ASSIST
Who is to act in the place of the country. What'makes the joke still better, the Washington, March 13.-(Specail.)

HAD LOBBIED FOR EXEMPTION I mayor when the mayor is absent? Diplomats today are satisfied that honorable governor does not know -Society is watchfully waiting for AND INVITES THOSE WHO

ILL AND UNABLETO That question was referred by the this statement indicates that the Japanese that he has been the victim, but the official announcement from the ARE NOT TO GET ON

APPEAR AGAIN city commissioners yesterday to City government is confident in the every one in this section of the stateis White House of the engagement of TilE LIST .

Attorney L. C. Massey for an opin- belief that it has set a precedent having a hearty laugh, because of Miss Eleanor Wilson to Wm. A. Mc-

Washington, March 13.-Activities i ion. The commission charter -Wt which the United States won't quickly the gold brick that was handed the I A doo, secretary of the treasury.The A meeting of the advertising com-
seem to provide adequately for this violate. governor's representative. .
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of Andrew Carnegie's Endowment for Wilsons would say nothing con mittee of the Orlando Board of Trade .

International Peace in favor of a repeal contingency. Although Japanese colonists are on "There is heavy gambling at the I firming or in denial today, but others was held yesterday morning to devise -

of the Panama tolls exemptionwere Sections 2 and 3 of the charter the way to Calexico they claim to be Beach club, Palm Beach." close to the president's family were ways and means for raising an

brought out before the senate give the commission authority to cre- laborers who are paying their own That was the message sent to the permitted to state that the announcement advertising fund of five thousand dol-

lobby committee today in the testimony ate and appoint all the officers need- way. The Japanese embassy today governor some time ago. The governor -I would be made very soon. lars to be used in judicious advertising -

of James Brown Scott, secretary ed to carry out the functions of ad- stated that the band is "well supplied began to think. Aha, a happy I :Miss Wilson was bombarded with for the coming season.
ministration and it is assumed that the thought struck him-he would catch
of the foundation. Scott testi- with money. A high official of I queries and congratulatory telegrams Because of the comparatively small
this blanket authority was probably embassy i indignantly denied that the the offenders "dead to rights.:
fied that more than 1,000,000 copiesof from friends eager to be the first to number of members and the low fig-
under intended to cover the case in point, entire band will be employed as "cot- But how? I
a pamphlet urging repeal offer good wishes, and asking infor- ure of the annual dues the committeemen -
distrib- but there! is no provision for the authority ton pickers," and said that many colonists Once again a happy thoughthewould :
date of March 15, 1913, were mation concerning the engagement. realized that it would be use-
also distributed of the mayor to be transferred hoped to hold land and that send a trusty lieutenant to the
uted. The endowment She maintained
a Sphinx-like silenceto less to attempt to depend the
t to any other individual. The much of it was said already to have scene, representing him, and would upon
Dr. Scott testified, ,715,000 cop- all, however.At dues for much more tl-. ...
city attorney took the matter under been purchased. have him go through the rooms of
ies of Senator Root's speech urging the treasury Secretary McAdoo expenses of the board, hence the ob-
advisement. the club and see for himself just how
the repeat smilingly refused to talk and referred ject of the meeting to settle upon a
This omission from the charter be- heavy the gambling was.

j there Senator was an Walsh allotment brought of $23,000 out that for came apparent when Mayor Sperry KEYES[{[ E l[10[ Oil RULER R ROf To think was to act, and forthwith I Secretary all inquiries:McAdoo to Miss is twenty-six Wilson. about sure and raising efficacious the necessary way of amount.going

circulation of Panama canal litera- announced at yesterday's meeting of the governor called in one of his I years older than Miss Wilson. He is The advantages of the follow up
LOCAL ELKS[ 'trusted friends, and confided to him
the council that he expected to be absent -
ture and that the, 715,000 copies of I the father of six children and the system were discussed by some of the
Senator Root's speech had been sent from the city Monday. Commis- his great and original plan. I II I grandfather of two. He has been a members, and by no one was the
sioner Johnson to be absent The friend is a man who has never
out by the endowment under the sen-' expects widower several years. value of advertising questioned. The
Tuesday. For a few hours Monday Annual Meeting of Orlando Lodge of seen the great white lights of a real I
ator's frank. Mr. Scott said the or-. Later-Secretary to the PresidentJos. only question at issue was how the
Celebrated With city, and who has sat until mid-
Commissioner Robertson will be the Elks a never
der of the executive committee directing P. Tumulty tonight made the following money should be raised. I twas
this action had been taken in, only city commissioner on the job. Great Spread night in an oyster palace, listeningto statement: "The presidentand agreed that it was an easy matter to
Both the other commissioners the orchestra and glancing into
Senator Root's absence. are going Mrs. Wilson announce the en- get such an amount in Orlando, and

t "This is a peace society, isn't it?" away on business pertaining to Orlando Lodge of Elks, No. 1079, eyes that twinkle with a half daring gagement of their daughter, Eleanor i it developed that several men in the

demanded Senator Root. the welfare of Orlando. held its annual meeting last night, light. Randolph, to William Gibbs McAdoo." meeting had recently subscribed for

"It is," answered Scott. The commission will hold a session and the event was the occasion for a This friend of the governor is a stock in out of town enterprises,
of the old
school who
"Just what has it to do then withthe this morning at 8 o'clock. No business great spread and a large attendance.The man he is told, and who, if believesall a brick from Miami, late Saturday night, "to- which could at best pay but a small
Panama tolls question?" Was formally disposed of at yesterday's festivities continued until a late return, and there was hardly any
looks like yellow*gold, might be in- morrow morning we will go to the
r "It's business is to smooth out mis meeting. hour. il who was not ready to admit that the
Beach club
duced to purchase it, provided the and you can see for your
understandings." Judge T. Picton Warlow retired as price were not too high. self how unjust are all these stories same amount of money subscribed to

"And yield to other nations?" exalted ruler, being succeeded by Mr. "Gimme a ticket to West Palm i of gambling there, and how insultingit an advertising fund for Orlando
asked Senator Reed. SEWER[ {[ WORK Will REACH H DOWN would be more beneficial in an indi-
E. S. Keyes. Judge Warlowwas Beach," quoth this friend of the gov- is to the gentlemen who control
"You will find no yielding to other I chosen to represent the Orlando lodge ernor to the ticket agent. "I am a the place. Of course, I would not rect way. Canvassers are to make
TOWN SECTION[ SOON S
nations in attitude Scott de the rounds soon to secure subscrip
our ,
I
I at the next meeting of the grand special representative of the gover- think of telephoning them to get

clared. !lodge, with Mr. M. o. Overstreet as nor, and I am going down to see if things in readiness for your coming." tions. Orlando has had the best sea-
Secretary Scott submitted the financial : son in its history; the town has been
Districts alternate. there is any gambling at the Beach "Of course you would not, answered
Outlying
Being
Completed I
statements of contributions to filled with visitors and many of them
i The full roster of newly elected club in Palm Beach," he added, the courier of the governor,,
the support of the institution and a I and in Few Weeks Streets I "for have have invested. More people have seen
I officers follows: you given me your word
record of disbursements.A I Will Be Torn Up aloud.There the town than ever before in the same
would do of the kind ;
Exalted Ruler-E. S. Keyes. ( are etlegraph wires be- I you nothing and
physician notified Chairman Ov I period, and the man who comes and
tween the state capital and West I that you would take me over unan
erman that Clarence W. DeEnighwho t' Esteemed Leading Knight-Geo. W. goes and is not impressed with its
I Cheer up; the worst is yet to come. Palm Beach.) .nounced, so that I could see for myself
: Keller. natural beauty and advantages and
examined had ,
yesterday,
was I For six months the people of Orlando "Why, here's my old friend," and a just what is going on there."
suffered a nervous collapse and would I; I Esteemed Loyal Knight-L. P. Hut the superior character of its citizensis
have been complaining of the man stepped up to the courier of the Sunday morning dawned. The courier
be unable to DeKnight had I 'ton. the exception who has not yet been
appear. disturbed condition of the streets, but governor, as he emerged from the of the governor, accompanied by discovered.
promised to produce his contract with that has not been a circumstance. Esteemed Lecturing KnightWalter train and sauntered down the street, Joseph, went to the Beach club. The
former Rear Admiral Bowies, head of President Seth Woodruff will today
Because of the tourist season with Drennen. pondering deeply on the problem of guard of the outer door, who generally mail the following letter to members
the Fore River I I :
Shipbuilding company the attendant demand that the' main I Secretary-H. E. Longwell. how to gain admission to the "sacred" is in bed by 5 o'clock in the At the recent
meeting of the
relative work he did
to during
pendency of the Panama canal act. streets of the town be kept free of Treasurer-Harry N. Dickson. precincts of the Beach club, where morning, was there to meet them Board of Trade, the annual electionof

the sewerage system laborers and Trustees. (three years-J.) F. Fein- the tiger was ,alleged to have his with a smile. officers was held, and notwith-

their ditching, the system has been I berg. claws freshly sharpened every after The proprietor, who seldom arises standing that I urged that my nomi-

put down in the districts about the II Tyler-John Empie. noon at 6 o'clock, after having been until well on toward noon, was like nation as president be withdrawn, 1
ORLANDO O TO HAVE fiRST
fed wise on hand, in full regalia.
meat.
center of town but the work is now on raw I was elected to this position, and feeling

WOMAN P POLICE f OFFICCity [R being completed in those sections, andit "I am indeed, glad to see you," Possibly, the two men just happened that possibly I had no better excuse -
will be only two or three weeksbefore T TRIP TO ORLANDO O PLEASED[O BIG I went on the polite resident of the to be wakeful the night before I for refusing to serve than any

the streets in the, center of city, as he shook the governor's trust and had stayed up all that night, dad! other member and being willing to

town will be and TOURING PARTY ed lieutenant warmly by the hand in evening garments, in order to
Attorney Says lie Sees No Ob- opened the pipes promote as far as I could the work
and smiled upon him. "Allow me to properly receive the courier of the of the Board of Trade, I accepted the
stacie to the Unusual laid.When
I that time comes there will show you our city and to introduceyou governor, who wanted to see for him I office of presidentIn

Arrangement probably be a greater howl than has Major Sperry and His Associates to the various notables. self that there was no gambling at i accepting the place, I assumed

I yet emanated from the residents of Are Given Vote of Thanks This reception committee consisted the Beach club. I that all the members were ready to

Orlando is about to have a woman' the town who have already had theirdosage By Members solely of one Joseph, and he is some Through the various rooms of the II co-operate with me in carrying out

policeman.Let of torn up streets, but it is i reception committee, when he wishes I I club house the man from the state whatever work we may undertake,

nil other Florida towns sit up overdue and is going to happen. So to be-and he wished to be in thiscase. capital was politely escorted. I and I wish to say now that I shall

and take notice. everybody might as well prepare for r Thoroughly delighted with Orlando "No gambling implements here," I rely on you for your cordial advicein
and the treatment they received here,
This is no dream; neither is it a it, and possess himself with the nec In a short time the courier of the remarked the proprietor. initiating and your prompt assistance
the
joke. It is solemnly so. The ques essary philosophy while it lasts. Gillespie-Kinsport afternoon to continue party left their yes i governor thawed out sufficiently to "Nothing in this room," cut in the in carrying out a comprehensive -
terday
tion was referred yesterday jto the City Engineer Ramsey says It will Florida reveal his mission. keeper of the outer gate, and he I and useful line of effort.
tour through after two daysin '
city attorney for advice and he said probably require until May 1 to complete this "I represent the governor," he said winked a gleeful wink at a pictureon The greater part of the usual or

he could see no objection to it. the system. When the mainsare city.Before I "and I have been sent here to see i f the wall. routine work is in the hands of the

:Mrs. George R. Newell, who lives laid the work of making the connections leaving a letter of thankswas there is any gambling at the Beach "Why, the very idea of suggestingthat standing committees and to these I

near Lake Cherokee, had applied to will begin, and this, it i is written to Mayor Sperry for the club." gambling has been or is carriedon I will look for energetic service, yet

the city commissioners for permissionto said, will be in progress for fully a courtesies shown the party, as follows "You are having all your troublesfor here, almost shocks me," and Joseph there are important duties for each

become appointed as <*-*"'."" of year. : nothing," was the smiling response looked really hurt. "You can I member to perform, even if not a

the swans on that lake. Mrs. Newell Orlando, Fla., March 12, 1914. of Joseph. "The beach clubis see for yourself that there is no gambling i member of a standing committee,
ENGINEER AND Hon. E. F. Sperry, Mayor, Orlando, simply a restaurant and I will be here." such
says that persons frequently molest BANDIT KILLEDIN Florida: as attending meetings suggesting -

the swans. Unless she is vested HOLD-UP Dear Sir-I desire to express to glad to take you over there at any: I "Of course there is not," answeredthe discussing and promoting meritorious '

with the necessary authority she can you and to the other officials and citizens time. "By the way, let us take a trip representative of the governor, propositions, encouraging

do nothing to protect them. Peoria, Ill, March 13.-Special.) of Orlando our appreciation of down to Miami. This is Friday, and "and I shall take great pleasure in so your officers by a lively interest in

Mayor Sperry proposed swearingMrs. -Arthur Fisher, a Pekin, Ill., engineer the welcome shown and entertainment so on Sunday I will take you over to the reporting to his excellency." their undertakings, as well as in
short
} Newell in as a police officer, so and an unidentified bandit are kindly stay. The auto us ride during in and our about this club, where you may satisfy yourself (All this took place on SundayI numerous other ways. The next regular

that she would have the power to arrest dead, two sheriffs and a woman are lovely section of.Florida was a revelation that there is nothing there but a restaurant morning, early in the day, please re meeting will be held in the office

any one guilty of disturbing the wounded, and twelve Mexicans are in to many of our party, and long ." I I member. The owners of the Beach of Messrs. Lord and Bradshaw, on

swans, and the city attorney acqui i jail as a result of an',attempted holdup which ings to may return bear fruit have in been the future.created The courier of the governor, who, club had known since Friday afternoon Monday evening, March 16th at 8

esced. of the Chicago & Northwestern On behalf of Messrs. GillespieKinsport by the way, was not well versed in that the governor's representative o'clock. You are urged to attend. I

So Mrs. Newell will be sworn i in. freight at ,Manilus early today. The & Beard, you will therefore accept worldly ways was willing to go to was coming to visit the club, and will name the standing committeesat

She will probably be the only woman four bandits were discovered in a car our thanks, and rest assured that Miami. they knew to the minute when at this meeting and a full attendanceof

police officer in Florida. of merchandise and opened fire on the I we hospitality will always, and none think more of your than kind While he was getting ready, his would reach there.) the board membership is much desired

crew. They ran the engine ordering Yours truly, guide and mentor went to the. tel e. "I am convinced there is no gambling so that in case the city committee '

THE WEATHER the engineer to proceed. The engineer i.I W. H. WILDEY, Conductor. phone-possibly he called up a florist at the Beach club, because I assignment is objectionable,

was shot dead when he moved I and told him to send a bunch of saw no gambling apparatus thereto ," or the member unable unwilling

Florida: Fair Saturday and Sunday too slowly. The bandits later were Easter cards and Booklets are the roses to the visitor from the sta said the man from the capital, talking to serve, the place can be supplied.I .

; rising temperature in north and surrounded by a posse of two hundred ! next in order. Curtis & O'Neal havethe capital. with a friend later. will undertake to assign only live

central portions. citizens. right assortment. "Now," said Joseph, on the return I II This friend simply smiled. (Continued on page 8) '



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Y HENRY GRIDLEY KELLOGG shall observe the following rules of the road t"DIIIIIIIIIIII'I'I. "' " "' ** "
All \ 11111 II II I"11I11 It
KINDS Of INDIgTMNTS[ ARE[ which are applicable to all vehicles: HMMiiliiiiiifflimToday
.
Henry Gridley Kellogg died at Alta- Rule L Keep to the right of the street 18" J' .
,
monte Springs at one o'clock Tuesday Rule 2. Keep to the right in permitting
AGAINST SIEGE[ STORES[ i another vehicle to overtake and pass and '
afternoon, following several monthsof the overtaking vehicle shall pass to the left at
of the vehicle overtaken.
failing health. Rule! 3. Head the vehicles on the same I
Mr. Kellogg belonged to an old side of the street in one direction and when
i As Many Will Be Found as the Endsof intending to stop at the sidewalk turn (if
Will Demand Connecticut family which moved to necessary, and if turning is permitted at that
Justice MONTGOMERY
point) so that the sidewalk will be at the MOTION
New Hartford, New York, in 1788, Grand Theatre
Says Train right of the driver when the stop has been
and is the last of his name, the family I made. PICTURE co'sP1

lived in the old homestead Rule 4. In making a turn at a street corner
New York, March 1!.What the having if the turn is to the left, go around the

district attorney's office described as continuously He will be 126 well years.remembered in Orlando center right, make point the of the turn intersection at the middle; if to of the the / ?. Biggest and best five and ten cent program ever shownin
street.
"material for at least fifty indictments" as the father of Mrs. S. Max- cross Section 2. All vehicles must, in stopping. this house. Four reels of the best and latest pictures ranging
alleging fraud against Henry park at the curb close and parallel thereto,

Siegel and Frank E. Vogel, presidentand well eral winters McIntyre with, where Mr. he and spent Mrs. sev-McIntyre except Section as otherwise 3." On Orange provided avenue in Section from 3.the from comedy to tragedy with special music by our superb or-

vice-president, respectively, :Ofithe south side of.Washington street to the north chestra.
before they removed to Alta- side of Jackson street;
Siegel Stores corporation, who On Central avenue from the west side of
i
arrested three indictments monte Springs ten years I'ago. Main street to the east side of Gertrude ave- "A Christmas "
were yesterday on 'I Story Vitagraph. An unusually inter-
nue
He was a most genial, kindly gen- ; ,
and are now at liberty under On Church street from the west side of
p $25,000 bail each, was placed in tleman who will be greatly missed by Main street to a point 75 feet east of the esting, play featuring James Morrison and Charlotte De Fe-
his friends wherever he lived, railroad track on Gertrude avenue all vehi-
the hands of the grand jury today. many cles (except motor cycles and bicycles) must
lice. A tale of the
Assistant District Attorney ArthurC. both in Florida and New York state. park at the sidewalk at an angle of forty- power of children to keep love and harmony
five degrees. Within the 75 feet aforesaid
The funeral service will be held at on
Train said that as many indict- Church street east of the railroad track no in the family
tie residence of Mr. McIntyre at such vehicle shall park in any position.
ments as the ends of justice seemedto The directions for parking at the sidewalk
Altamonte Springs at ll'o'dock a. m., in this section and in Section 2 do not applyto "
require would be found against the "Ulster in
Day Belfast Island A Kalen scenic and educational
Monday, March 16. any vehicle backed up for loading or unloading
merchant bankers. which must be promptly finished.
The indictments already found The body will be taken to New Section 4. No automobile shall be backed
Hartford New York, for interment. from its parking space on the parts of the
charge violation of banking laws and streets described in Section 3 without first

! grand larceny in making false state- other giving warning one distinct apparatus.signal with its horn or "FRAYED FAGIN'S ADVENTURES," The drollest of Kalem comedies.

ments to obtain credit. The grand W. T. ENTRICAN, Section 5. No vehicle (except motor cy-

larceny indictment is based only "on Painter and interior decorator. New cles ing space and.bicycles longer) than shall thirty occupy consecutive the same park-min- "BEYOND All LAW" Biograph. A love story that is interestingand

the affairs of the Fourteenth street: ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. utes on Orange avenue from the south side of emotional.
i Expert workmen employed. Central avenue to the north side of Church
stores of this city, and the Henry street.
bank conductedin Section 6. No vehicle (except motor cycles "BUSTER'S LITTLE GAME Western
Siegel & Co., private and bicycles) shall stand on the street ad- a Selig comedy showing howa
connection with it. VISIT THE joining the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad company's tenderfoot turned the tables the
passenger station on the east for a on cowboys.
affairs of the Fourteenth
"The
longer time before the scheduled arrival or
street store," said Mr. Train, "are "SEEING MEXICO" EXPOSITION departure of trains than fifteen minutes.
Sectiob 7. No vehicle while running on :
typical' of the affairs of other Siegel the parts of streets described in Section 3, (Children Adults lOc
shall be turned to go in the opposite direction
enterprises. CAR either on the said streets or at the intersec-

Conviction on the indictment charg-in tions.Section 8. No vehicle shall be stopped Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M. 0
laws
violation of the banking
ing abreast or left standing abreast of any other
that Siegel and Vogel accepted deposits vehicle (except a motor cycle or bicycle)
stopped on the same side of the street, nor March Shiloh "
when they knew the bank to IIIiiI shall any street be obstructed by any vehicle. Tuesday, 17.The Battle of four reels. Two

be insolvent is punishable with a term Section the 9.south Within side of the Washington limits embraced street between U. other special reels.HIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIHIMIIIMIIIII.

of from one to five years imprison- the north side of Jackson street, and from
the east side of Main street to the east side
' ment and a fine of $5,000. For the of Gertrude avenue no vehicle (including ifiiiiiiji mi'/wi
HHIHHHHmC MM 111f f i 111 i i i i f i (
grand larceny charge the men may be Agricultural, Industrial, Mineral and motor cycles and bicycles) shall be run at a
greater speed than ten miles per hour and
sentenced to ten years in prison and when turning corners the speed shall not ex-
Exhibits From Old
Museum For
and '
ceed eight miles per hour. In the rest of the Economy purchase -
fined $10,000.District city, the speed limit shall not exceed fifteen
Attorney Whitman said Mexico miles per hour. This speed limit shall not of
apply to the fire department, when called out W RIG H T' power your monRrk'fXt -
that statements of two secretaries on fire duty, nor to the police force or other suauco I
NOW OPEN DAILY
the basis of peace officers when on duty. "Try Wright's" Farm
employed by Siegel were Section 10. No vehicle in any part of the ESTATE .- ey,
the grand larceny indictment. They 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. city shall follow the fire engines, or hose
carriages, or other fire apparatus, when they Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
that false statements
testified were
are responding to an alarm or returning at
prepared for merchants and bankers; ADMISSION lOc a closer distance than one hundred and fifty Orlando Florida bulk. "Motto"
yards; and no vehicle so following, shall ex- Quantityand
that liabilities were turned into as- School Classes (with Teachers) 5c ceed the speed limits prescribed by this ordi-

sets and that approximately $2,500- nance. Quality.Fresh .
Section 11. No vehicles shall use the sidewalks -
ON A. C. L. TRACK
000 of money deposited in the Siegel .
bank into the TODAY LAST DAY OF EX- Section 12. No person under 15 years of Eggs 29C dOZ. Best Creamery Butter 39c lb.
private was placed retail age shall; be.permitted to operate or run an i

r business while it was losing HIBIT automobile Section 13.within No automobile the city. shall be run on Sweet Milk! - 13c q!. Ice soc 100 Ibs., Lilies 150 doz.

money. the streets or other public places without Sweet Milk ; 07C plOt Fresh Butter Milk ioc qt.
having between sunset and sunrise two bright
Additional indictments allegingthat lights throwing the light forward. Every Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,
Telephones Installed Since DirectoryWas automobile must be equipped with a good hornor
the two men 'accepted deposits
Published other warning apparatus, and with a suf- (charges prepaid) all points east oi Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
; when they knew the bank to be insolvent ficient brake in good working order.
646 H. W. Barnard _____Residence
: Section 14. Every motor vehicle shall be
.! may be based upon testimony 656 Mrs. Irene BarnesResidence equipped with a muffler or silencer and no 340 Acres Good Land
of individual depositors. Every deposit 170 E. W. Butt _____Candy Kitchen cut-out or other similar apparatus shall be

accepted by the bank for a pe- 572 W. P. Chapman______Residence used.Section 15. Every motor cycle and bicycle (

riod of over a year, it is claimed, can 648 D. R. Caruthers________Grocery shall have one bright light, which must be under fence. 200 good trees two house barn
150 John Empie __________Grocery lighted while the motor cycle or bicycle is 40 acres orange story \
be made the basis of a separate indictment 273 Empire Hotel running on the streets, or other public places,

, 156 Florida Shippers' and Growers' I between cycle and sunset bicycle and shall sunrise be provided and every with motor a best of water three lakes. Snap bargain sale

League. horn or other warning apparatus. ,
340 Henry Green ________Residence Section 16. Every hack, dray, omnibus or
Court Orders Two Big Siegel Stores 1026 C. F. Grannis _-.________Grove other vehicle, for which a license is requiredby in
the city, or other vehicle engaged -
any
Closed 639 Elijah Hand _______Undertaker carrying freight or passengers for hire whileon
652 Mrs. J. Hall ________Residence any street or public place between sunset IIII.I.III.I.IIII.II.II.IIIIIII..I.IIII..r..II.I.11111 11111 III Dill 111I1 II' .
New York March 12.-Orders clos-
654 Home Laundry. and sunrise shall carry a lighted lantern on imiiiniiH i

ing the two big New York depart- 1026 W. R. Harney __________Grove either Section side 17.in front.All persons driving or riding

ment stores operated by Henry Siegel 655 S. E. Ives, Jr. _______Residence vehicles which are required by this ordinanceto CONDENSED REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF

and his partners, were issued today 642 R. P. Johnson ______Residence be equipped with a warning apparatus
381 Bishop Cameron Mann_____Res. shall make signals when crossing an inter-
by the federal court. 420 R. L Mercer __________Market section another or on vehicle turning from a corner the rear., and on passing -

Judge Hough directed that the receivers 174 Orlando & Sanford Transfer Co. Section 18. No hackman chauffeur porteror ORlANDO BANK a TRUST I COMPANYOrlando
appointed December 30 when 649 Police Night Call___Model Cafe other solicitor of any kind shall solicit
i passengers, baggage or other patronage upon f
the Siegel enterprises went into bankruptcy i 285 H. R. Remsen _______Residence the platforms or sidewalks of any railway
: 641 Dr. Miles RobinsonResidence station nor upon the parts of streets adjacent
receive bids for the stock and 643 Dr. D. C. Roney______Residence thereto, except on such parts of the plat- Florida. '
assets of these stores. The Four- 478 S. N. Seymore ______Residence forms, sidewalks and streets as the Chief of: ,
651 J. Sims _____________Residence Police may from time to time mark off and
teenth street store and the Simpson-
designate for that purpose. And no such per- At the Close of business March 4th, 1914, as called for by the
645 Wm. Taylor __________Business sons shall solicit patronage in a boisterousor
Crawford store the in
\ largest
among 647 L. S. Tenny _________Residence obtrusive manner. Comptroller of the State
the city, were the ones affected by 650 C. W. Thompson ____Residence Section 19. The Commissioner of Public

the court order.COMMISSION 640 G. B. Venters ______Residence stands Works for may vehicles in his for discretion hire and establish require public that RESOURCESLoans

644 F. H. Washington ____Business such vehicles occupy the streets only at such! :
653 Mrs. Alice WithersResidence stands, when waiting for employment. A . and Discounts . . . . to to to' to . . $392,700.86

TO HAVE HEARING 304 0. D. Young ___Bicycle Repairs description of such stands, when designated, Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,130.41
shall be entered on the'minutes of the City;
I ON FISH RATES 3-ll-3t-eod Council Stocks and Bonds . . . . . to . to . to to . 26,018.33Real
------ Section 20. The word "vehicle" shall include Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 26,437.37
motor cycles and bicycles, unless a con-
Tallahassee, Fla., :March 12.-The AN ORDINANCE trary intention is expressed in any part of Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . to . . . to 335,709.30
this ordinance.
railroad commissioners have ad-
Section 21. Any person violating any of
dressed a communication to the fish Regulating the Use of the Streets the provisions of this ordinance shall be pun- $781,996.27
ished by imprisonment not exceeding ten daysor
dealers and shippers of the state, an- and Other Public Places by Vehicles by a fine not exceeding two hundred and LIABILITIES

nouncing a conference with the offi- Hackmen, Solicitors and Oth fifty Section dollars.22. This ordinance shall take effecton Capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00

cials of the Southern Express com- ers. April 1, 1914. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 30,854.36

pany for the purpose of trying to 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

reach an agreement as to the settle- Section L That every person driving or Attest:
ment of the advanced rates on fish effective riding any vehicle on the streets. of the city CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. 3-7-lm Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 649,484.91

February 1 under the new ex-

press rates of the interstate commerce I MMMmmiMMIIMMIIiMil6mtilMMMi liD II"' $781,996.27

commission. It is the desire : 1 Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . to . . 521,167.38

of the commissioners to have present : Grove Land Deposits on Feb 4, 1914 /: to. . . . . . . . 649,484.91
at this conference a large representation -

of the fish dealers and shippers :

of the state. : Increase in 60 days' $128,317.53The

,The hearings will be conducted at :
officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
Tallahassee on March 31. : This Season's Best Bargain '
I Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

MISS MAY RICHARDSON SENTENCED : friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand

TO SIX MONTHS : @ to express their appreciation of their patronage that

made such a statement possible.


London, March 12.Miss May : M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.

Richardson, militant suffragette, who : 75 acres fronting half mile on Orlando- M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, CashierWE

hacked Velasquez's "Rokeby Venus," I SanfordTiard road. Borders a small lake, JMIIHMMIIIIIHM 444 IMIIJIIIMJ

in the National Gallery, was today of
suitable for irrigation purposes. In sight
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sentenced to six months' imprisonment -

and three minutes walk from R. R. station, Every Try Our Classified Ads? NOTICE

The public prosecutor said that one Postoffice--and good hotel accommodations. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES .
Notice is hereby given that the City r'
might well doubt whether the prisoner AND DO ALL KINDS OF
They have proven their worth many of Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
was in her right senses. There Price $15 Per AcreIt OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. times and will be just as valuable to 1915, pay off with interest to that

was, however, no medical evidence to you if put to the test. Let them be date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19

show that she was a person not responsible must be sold your agent in: and 20, of the City of Orlando sevener
immediately. Renting a house, selling property or cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
for her actions.
anything on the market, finding lost wording to the provisions made for
Miss Richardson has been on a edemption in said bonds.
articles, securing help or positonsin -
"hunger strike" since her arrest. She a thousand ways they can be used Dated February 11, 1914.

1 she said pleaded her act guilty.NOTICEI was. premeditated and Or1allo n Reel l H Estate t p Pi) profitably. -12-lm CARL JANSEN, City Cler .


L H. RAMSDEU Warman Repairs and Retires Baby

OPTOMETRIST Carriages on Court street. 125tiNow's W. T. ENTRICAN,
will not be responsible Phone 504 Watkins BledIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' Offers to Orlando the newest and best

c for any debts contracted by my (Successor:: to Dr. 0. P. LOtiafl) of workmanship in the painting and
the time to subscribe. Every-
wife after today, March 11, 1914. decorating trade. Phone 636.
FLORIDA body's doin it.
ORLANDO, 1211mT
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THINGS LOOKING UP nent members of the United States FOR SALE-At a bargan, if takenat MMItmiMMMIiiilHIIMIIIMHtiilllimnilltltl
GRAND O LODGE E ijf KNIGHTS AIO
senate is an Indian. There is there- once: One two-chair barber
shop, known the "0. K" at 203
as ,
O OCAtA CLOSES TODAY A There is a note of satisfaction in fore no reason why the Seminoles of Boone street, doing good business;

the report as rendered by Dean L. A.I I the, Florida Everglades should not 10 acres good land just outside city Cook With GasWe

Spencer, who has just returned froma i finally take their place among the limits, 125 bearing orange trees,
the Indians. real peoples of the land-Fort Myers grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
sojourn among
long
Many Features of Entertainment and two large pecan trees; four room
Hate Been Interspersed Among The fact that they are turning more Press. house, new barn, good horse and rig,
than ever to agricultural pursuits,! farming implements. This place is have not said much about gas as the best
Several Business Sessions located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto
some of them even giving up the tra-!, FOR SALE
sell on account of health. Address means of cooking lately because we have been too busy
ditional hunting altogether, and the I Farm of twenty acres, about ten Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at
Ocala, Fla., March 12.-Ocala is statement, that, even though it maybe I acres cleared, about seven acres cul- 203 Boone street 225tfACCIDENTS with other appliances, but now that warm weather is
entertaining the Knights of Pythiasand because of the fact that they are tivated. 212. miles west of Taft o

Pythian Sisters from every section being crowded by the white people, fence P.O., near on three Lake sides.Davis. Small Good wire new coming on we are preparing for more work becausewe

of Florida. Practically all of the they are beginning to be desirous of house and well. About 15,000 feet of realize that warm weather is the time when the Gas
business district is decorated in their receiving the allotment of land to saw timber. Land all dry and suitable -

honor and many pleasant diversionsare which they! are entitled from the gov- for trucking or citrus fruit. \Am i Will happen, but they can't stop that Stove shows up to best advantage.You .
too old to work it and will sell at a
included in the program of the ernment, is at least some evidence continuous flow of fresh buttered pop-
'
Owner Box Taft Fla.
bargain. 137, ,
corn and fresh roasted peanuts. don't have to heat your whole kitchen up witha I
local lodge, No. 19. that they are beginnig to look witha i 2-27-lm-d&w. :My little gasoline explosion put me

Wednesday, March 11, 10 a. m., little less disfavor upon the erst- I out of business for the past week, hot coal or wood fire and you don't have to bring in \ \
welcome ceremonies at Temple thea- while despised white man. The In- I W. T. ENTRICAN, but as I am now well and can get
dians from some sections of the coun-, back at it again, my aim shall -be to wood or take out the dirty ashes-all you have to do ', ,'
ter.Music. Makes a specialty of painting, paper- please our customers. '
try have made, good. That this is ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. We are located at 1211-2 Orange is "strike the match" and turn the valve." Come in and ; ;
Rev. Bunyan Stephens. true, is shown by the fact that they between
Invocation, Phone 636. 121lmRead avenue, the J. L. Giles.Real
Address of welcome on behalf of are not unknown in European court I I I Estate company and the E. E. White- t see our line of stoves and ranges.ORNDO .
W. Hunter. of the Sentinel ads. head barber shop, where we expound
the city of Ocala, Chas. circles, and one most promi- want fresh roasted
peanuts and fresh
Address of welcome on behalf of popped and buttered
-------- popcorn.
Marion county board of trade, J. D. : ONLY THE BEST CREAMERY
I BUTTER USED
Rooney.

Ocala Address lodge of, No.welcome 19, William on behalf M. Go-of I j I cut sacked_Corn and before popped melted.your and Peanuts very buttered eyes.roasted, butter So and it WATER[ & LIGHT CO.

ber. is that we have to live up to the

Song, Miss Marguerite Porter. above.
One day we roast the imported
the grand
Response on behalf of Spanish peanut, the next we roast the Gas Department i
lodge, W. J. Sears, grand chancellor. All Famous Sun peanut. So, if you
behalf of,Pythian Sis- 4 are particularly fond of either
Response on wilt have them for you. we .. . . . . . . . . . .1111111.111..8.-M-. . .._
ters, Mrs. Jennie R. Brown, supreme
representative. The Peanut & Popcorn Machine
ABOUT FOUNTAIN PENS
Music. Give us a trial. REMEMBER our
;S 11 a. m., convention of the grand aim is to please. .

S lodge at Castle hall. 'I p 41i1s y h 'Ta 1211-2 S. Orange Ave. There are plenty of good fountain pens in

1:30 p. m., afternoon session of the fHIIMIIIIiiiHMMMIIIIThe the market and unfortunately there is also a

grand lodge.Thursday. supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a

March 12, 8 a. m., auto- better self-filling peh than the Conklin,

mobile ride to Silver Springs. I Supreffle Auto mlI and have never sold a better one of the other .
session of the
9:30 a. m., morning type than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both

grand 1:30 lodge.m., afternoon session of the I kinds on an absolute guarantee of ( your mon-

grand lodge.Friday p. I oil that has ey back if you want it. A good fountainpen

March 13,9:30 a. m., morn- I stood the has come to be almost a necessity to every -

int* session of grand lodge. ,,, su- business man or woman. If you have none ,
Ly Y
1:30 p.,m., afternoon session of tr preme test or have one that is unsatisfactory let us

grand lodge. show the
you guaranteed sort.
!!
TO ALUMNI OF Jge =fzrTHAT : __
OF INTEREST W. S. BRANCH,
PEABODY NORMAL
1= 3
The Arcade Book and Music StoreLouisvi1e
Nashville, Tenn., March 12.-At the r Goo Gulf Gasoline
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last meeting of the trustees and pres- \ It

ident of George Peabody College for

Teachers, just adjourned, nine new s hville R. R.

names were added to the faculty list, I
EVANGELISTIC MEETING
follows: Carter Alexander, Ph. D., OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
as The little boy preacher, only 6 years old, Charlie R. Turner, will preachat i
professor of school administration; the Lucem Theater, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, he is the wonder of P. G. WALTON, Agt. CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
M. associate
Lula 0. Andrews, A. the age; he is a singer; he is a licensed preacher, and has assisted in some INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,
John Lee Coul- .
professor of English; great revivals. He preached all over the West last summer; he has been GRAND RAPIDS,,PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.
ter, Ph. D., professor of rural econom- PHONES 450-269
going to school in Orlando all winter. His father has a winter home in
ics Kary C. Davis, Ph. D., professorof SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.
; Orlando. Every person, and especially mother should not fail to hear ............
every
8:15
Dresslar Lv. Jacksonville
Fletcher B. HtltlttitHMIIIIIIIIMMMMMIMIMMMMMMMK pm Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm
agriculture; him. There will be some other fine singers with him. Come one; come Ar. Knoxville .............12:00 n'n Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 am
'
t Ph. D., professor of school architec- I Ar. Lexington .............. 6:40 pm Ar. Birmingham ...........12:11 n'n
E. Little, Ph. all. No charge for seats; open meeting. Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50: pm Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 pm
ture and hygiene; Chas. ..............
Cleveland 7:15
Shoe Ar. am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35
T> ,_ professor of Latin:. Robert W. Sel- - Repairingby Ar. Detroit ................. 7:45 am Ar. St. Louis .............. 7:40 am am
I Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38
and am
of manual
vidge, A. M., professor 'HMIIIIIHIIIIlllimmMMMMMIIIIIIIIMIHIDRAWING Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
Edward K. Strong, PARCEL POSTMen's Ar. Indianapolis ............ 7:00 am DIXIE FLYER
industrial arts; Ar. Chicago ............... 7:10 am
Jr., Ph. D., professor of psychologyand DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
the psychology of education; Half Soles, 7SC to The fastest train to the West. Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
850 Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ...........12:00 n'n
William K. Tate, A. :M., professor of ORLANDO O W A UINGION ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 75c Ar. St. Louis .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
rural education.The Children's H Soles, sOc to 750 Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago .............eo. 6:50 am

Peabody Normal! School, of Hand Turned Soles, $Loo
Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L. ft N. Diners. No Better
which the new Central Teachers' Col- Heels Repaired, 2c Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast No Dost or

lege for the entire South is the successor ROOM All work returned in 24 hours. Dirt.SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train with dining ears
has many prominent alumniin Orders without remittance returned coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville, Cleveland
4 who SLEEPING CAR C. 0. DWe pay and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Di-
Florida greatly -
of are
the state return rect connections to Toledo Detroit. PitUtarg, Bafalo.
S interested in the establishment of postage. DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
BEGINNING MARCH 14 with coaches, dining ears, drawing room compartment and observation sleep
this new and epoch-making institu- er through to St. Louis on Dixie Limited over 6 hours fastest and only one
watching all the rapid VIA A. Hanson night outMONTGOMERY
tion. They are
ROUTE has sleepers through to St. Louis daily, and con-

many development of them with are much contributing interest,gen-and TLLNTIC L COAST T LINE[ 1. ORLANDO 19.East,- Pine-Street FLORIDA For necting reservations sleepers to, information Chicago. ask the Ticket Agent or address H.

erously to help bring it about. C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway,
Among them may be named Presi- iiMMMIIMIMMMMMMfTo 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
.2-6-eocJ.ra
dent A. :M. Murphree, of the State
University, Gainesville; Judge E. C. OPENED FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M. THE WEST !

Maxwell and Judge J. E. Wolfe,' of

Pensacola Judge W. S. Graham, of VIASfMINOU We the
;. Peoplethat
Tampa, and many others prominentin are
i
SatllflayS ni Titeflays'FOR
education and business. J au J LIMITED


FOR TOURISTHEADQUARTERS Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm have made good Why? Be-
STATIONERY Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON. Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C.1. 9:00 pm ;
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 pm cause experience has taught us how to
Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am
Tourist Headquarters on East Pine W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent Telephone 49. Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am make formulas that suit all conditions
street is now supplied with attractive ,
ORLANDO, FLA. Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am
writing paper and envelopes, being Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am 1'
the joint gift of Messrs. J. B. Law- George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga__ 7:30 am for both orange trees and vegetables.
G. Kirkland r Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05
ton and W. S. Branch. The letter Division Passenger Agent, Tampa. p
Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05
pm
heads contain some of the brief HIMIMIMIIIIIIIIItliiiHMMMMIIIIIIIMIHMtHammond Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
Doints of interest about the Lawn and Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm No is the timB to Fertilize
section, and will be valuable as ad- AI Cairo, Ill., I. C_________11:07 pm
Ar Carbondale, III I. C.12:13
vertising matter when sent out to _____ _ am
the many cities from the Headquarters r Ar St Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am

by the visitors who daily throngthe Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C. _____ 1:38 am
room. Gore Ar Matoon, lIt, I. C_______ 3:30 am The Southern Fertilizer Co.
Keep in mind the big :Mendelssohn Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am
Ar Kankakee, III, I. C._____ 6:20 am Orlando PHONES: Office32, Plant 31 Florida
concert dramaThe Martyr of An- Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50 am -
tioch," on Thursday, March 19th. Soloists FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
Jacksonville Solid Through Trains-Composed of liHHtmiMIMMIIIIIIIIMtMIMMMMtMfimMH i
Cyril Tyler, of ;

Miss Mary Gilchrist, Mrs. Palmer REAL VALUES LOW PRICES- observation, section, ,compartment sleeping drawingroom and free- 1 ;
Carr, and Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr. cars, The Altamonte !
COMPARE reclining chair cars, between'Jackson- I

LOOKOUT MOUNTAINWhile ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand I
St. Louis. All ALTAMONTE SPRINGS FLORIDA.A
"Dixie"or meals in dining .
in take
Chattanooga
'"News" sightseeing automobilesfor OUR FURNITUREWe car.For beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'(or A. C. L j

Lookout Mountain, Point Park, 1 kets and Pullman car reservations R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in inte-

Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary provide the quality furniture that has long all on rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

and historical points. For res- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the W. NEAL, City Ticket Agent, most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
Ridge standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It or between
high ridge two lakes
lovely 40 acres in parks.
ervations, address 10 Market street. D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make Golf Tennis 1
Billiards
Bowling
3-3-Apr.23 Atlantic Coast Line, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof Orlando.A Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve:1.

this business, and that means much to any buyer. ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
WOOD, COAL AND ICE
Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet. J
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's BL'ACK EYE

Coal Yard, phone 666. 9-31-tf MeN LL & DAVIS BLOCK, I

Cor. Orange .tv and dirch SI. Orlando Fla. You give one to your own judgmentif GEO. E. BATES & SON Proprietors'
Sentinel want ads. get results. you don't use Sentinel wants to ,

"fiy the Sentinel Job Department. L : J solve your little worries and prob- Summer Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H. f

-Erer Try oar Classified Ads. I _. lems. MlllMmMMillMMIMMiilimiMimMlifcmmil j

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t 1t THE DAILY nate and we regret it, but we beg to SIDELIGHTS 2 cents, and bread and butter for 11 11111 II"11111 11111 11111 11111 "II 1. 11111 11111 lilt

assure the Times that the "special"was I cent. This rather staggers the howlers -

South Florida SentinelMORNING genuine, and was not manufac- about the high cost of living.
(By W. S. Branch) ,
tured, as its paragraph would indi- * M
AND WEEKLY By experiments on guinea pigs, I r
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. "Why do you advertise that you
cate.The French scientists have discovered that M Diclson-IvesCo.
------ ,- -- Sentinel is so loath to cast such I will sell your car because you are go- w {
Entered at the poetoffiee at Orlando. Florida heat is largely a substitute for food. :
, as Second Class Mail Matter. imputations to others that it re- ing to leave the city, when you knowit
When this fact is fully established I
s frained from doing so only a few is not true?" asked a Lucerne Circle -
Florida will be still better able to ;
TO ADVERTISERS: days ago when an alleged piece of man of his neighbor the other day. k
solve the problem of the high cost of
Copy for duplajr and all other hand-set news harmful to Orlando was pub- "It is true," replied the neighbor. "If :

advertising must be handed in at the business lished in down state We living. I sell that car for what I ask for :
a paper. ever
than
office of the Sentinel not later 2 p. m. *
the day before publication. This rule appliesto have neither respect nor patiencewith it, I'll have to leave the city." : DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STORE[
changes for contract advertising; it is The fact that an average of a hun- * .
invariable and wifl be strictly adhered to. the news faker, but after several -
dred people a day have registered at
years of newspaper experience It is hoped that you did not exhaust :
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: the Tourist Headquarters since it was

One Year .....................$5.00 i we have come to have a good opened would seem to emphasize the your supply of adjectives in telling :

Six Months ................... 2.50 deal of forbearance in criticism, for demand for a permanent arrangement|I the beauties of the Yowell-Duckworth rlan o's favorite
with the details of han- store and opening, for will need Shopping
Three Months ........ .... .. .. 1.25 acquaintance before the beginning of another sea you
In Advance. dling the news has taught us that as another supply just as large when :

a rule it is done with an accuracy remarkable son. * I you tell about the Dickson-Ives com- :

SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914. and that .in spite of the pany's new establishment that is to II
Jacksonville is
having a desperatetime I
greatest care such errors will occur. make its bow to the public next week. : PLACE.
trying to raise the money neces- I
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The air is laden with the perfumeof sary to entertain the old vets, and OPEN
WHO SENT THE MESSAGE! TOURIST HEADQUARTERS
the blossoms. The Tampa papers are already appealingto
orange aromais AT NIGHT
Orlando is much agitated about a
sweet and dreamfuL the citizens to patronize the ball
telegram alleged to have been sent Through the kindness and gener-
games in order to help out expenses.
o from that city and printed in the Mi- osity of A. P. Curry and the Pierce 4w
The Sentinel prints elsewhere in From a billion dollar congress downto
ami Metropolis, March 3, announcingthat Electric company and the Newell
this issue a story from Palm Beach the boot blacks' union, it is a strug-
the 'had been killed Electric electric have
orange crop company, lights I
county concerning the alleged inves- I gle to get all the funds that are need-
by the cold. Investigation failed to been installed in the room occupied as I
tigation of the Beach dub at Palm ed to carry on necessary work. The
disclose that any such message had I the Tourist Headquarters, and the
Beach by an agent of the Orlando Board of Trade needs five'
governor. been sent and yet it reached Miami room will be open this evening until '
The Lake Worth Herald, which is authority I thousand dollars right away to ena- >
and was printed there. The paper: ten o'clock.
for the story, says the gover- ble the publicity committee to carry
which published the states :
message
nor was made the innocent victim ofa out its plans. The five thousand dollars -
that it came to a commission man of: NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn
joke, and this is the charitable way will bring two hundred thousand
that city, who refuses to disclose the I Court of the County Judge. Orange County
in which to view it. But since an investigation dollars into the city next ,winter. We State of Florida. s
name of the sender. Orlando can
was ordered by the gover- ought not to be afraid to'loan moneyat In re Estate of Wm. Smith.To rfr
find no record of such a telegram at all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees and all
nor it seems only reasonable that he 40 per cent interest. Persons having Claims or Demands against rs
its end of the line, but search for
should have selected in * said Estate:
a man some the offending individual is being pros- You and each of you are hereby notified ,I WEDNESDAY\
manner qualified for the work insteadof The Rufus F. Dawes hotel has just and required to present any claims and demands ,I
ecuted vigorously. One Orlando citizen -
been at Chicago at cost which you or either of you may have I
a country greenhorn. It is well completed a
of Wm. Smith deceased I t
has offered a reward of $50 for against the estate
known that the Beach club with its of $100,000. It is something uniquein late of Orange county Florida, to the undersigned I
the identity of the sender of the administratrix of said estate within I s
gambling have been winked at by the hotel enterprises in that it fur- I
wire. two years from the date hereof. I The 18th Day of March is to
authorities for years, and that no nishes a clean bed for 5 cents, a dish Dated March 3, A. D. 1914. s
of this nature Administratrix. :
Reports so un- ELIZABETH J. SMITH
honest effort has'ever been made to of soup for 2 cents, a cup of coffee for W. I be Remembered
founded in fact, must be inspired only II
put it out of business. It is not for I II I
by malice and it is unfortunate that : I
the governor, or for us, to argue the MIIMMtf ,
discoveredand
be
their authors can not
moral phase of the matter. The ne-


gro the and culprits his crap punished game are in raided our police and Owing punished.to the Tampa deviosities Tribune.and gen- Cash to Loan on I I i R 81G OPENINGSSI.[ I


courts every day. The Beach club is eral unintelligibility of the Bryan 1111
operated for the diversion of the
: primary law, aided and abetted by the
City PropertyReal
wealthy gamblers. Charles Belmont
so-called corrupt practices law, whichare
Davis, in writing of this club for Col- of all departments.
t. legal traps set to catch the unwary <
lier's a year ago, stated that he had
and cunning devices to protect
visited all of the larger gambling

clubs of the world and that none sus- aspiring politicians and befog the Estate bought and sold
voters, the Herald will have very lit- ON THAT DAY
tained heavier play than the club at
tle to say about candidates in the I
Palm Beach. If the law of Florida commission.
for cash
pending primary. It prefers to as- or on
against gambling is to be disregarded -

r why not be consistent and allow sume toward objectionable candidatesthe Dry Goods Men's Furnishings Groceries -
attitude of the lawyer, who, be- ,
the negro and his crap game to con-
ing threatened by the presiding

' tinue unmolested? judge with a fine for contempt of : Dr. A. J TAYLOR etc. etc., etc.

court, explained that he had expressed -
Some of the of Florida
newspapers
no contempt for the court, but, Rock Building Upstairs.HilllllllllllMtMHIMMMMIIIIII.
seem to be unable to comprehend
on the contrary, had carefully con-
Senator 25 25
Nathan P. Bryan's antagon- DEPARTMENTS
cealed his feelings. If the people
ism of Mr. Burleson's desire to ex-
get fooled this time they should IMIIMIIMHIIMIIMMIilllimttMIIIMIIMIIMM*
tend the parcel post system all at .
blame the law, no tthe newspapers.-
once. There is nothing mysterious
Punta Gorda Herald.A R. L FOX
, about it, and nothing that the senator A. Y. FULLER : A cordial invitation is extendedto

will not be able to explain, we surmise -
new annex is to be built to the
Everybody who has given any THE PALMS AUTO COREO I
Dr. Carey P. Rogers sanitarium in
thought to the question must realize everyone
Riverside, Jacksonville. The addition
that the extension of the parcel post
will cost $12,000. The TimesUnionsays MOTOR CARS
' must be accomplished by degrees.The .
postoffices haven't the facilitiesfor : "The arrangement is particu- DON'T FAIL TO BE PRESENT.

handling the matter at present. larly attractive, offering much light, For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry ,a

ventilation, baths, private rooms, laboratory -
' If it were extended all in a heap, as full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force
operating room and all of
the postmaster general seems to wish
every postoffice in the country would. the many accessories belonging to of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely

the most modern appointments for a
be swamped and the handling of first
sanitarium." guaranteed.
,class mail matter would be seriously SOU venirs'for

' handicapped. Senator Bryan objectsto
Women are making a mistake in
placing such sweeping authority in
the kind of clothes
they
wear. They

believing the hands it of to the be postmaster dangerous. general In this, ity.leave little to arouse man's curios- THE PALMS AUTO CO the ladies from the Dry

he is entirely correct The present

postmaster general has proved that FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. Goods and Grocery Departmentsand
Buy your garden seed from DeLa-
servant in
he is a good public sym-
ney & Abernethy. Just received a

no pathy guarantee with the that people the, position but there will is big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf I''I milllMlimillMIMIIIilillllMHMMMIIs for the men from the Men's

-
always be so filled, and it does not

appear that Mr. Burleson's judgmentis I Furnishing Department.

infallible. His successor might en- I

tertain different views, and he would

have the same authority to extend or f

reduce the size and weight of pack-

ages to be carried. It is justly a mat-

ter for legislative regulation, and I I


ahead Senator than Bryan his critics is looking in this further partic- Is Your Heart "In the Ring"Isn't I 1I


ular. '
o it about time you "elected" the girl ot your I I a .

THE TOLLS REPEAL SPECIALThe dreams as mistress of your heart and home, and pre- I II I

sented her with I I

Orlando Sentinel has a specially 1


is unique not only telegraphic up to date news but prophetic. service.It -. An Engagement Ring? 1I I I

In its issue of the 11th inst. there 1

was ing an a "special"account of from the Washington passage of giv-the You can win any girl's heart with your Jewelry, 1I 1I

canal tolls repeal bill through the Just show her the newest designs and let her choose 1 OviMail
house by the decisive vote of 140 to I r er Doparlifient e
we'll white dia-
20. The Associated Press report of the setting she prefers and mount a I II

the same date had nothing about it mond of the purest water. I 1
and the Sentinel was the only paperin
\Ve have wedding rings, too.
the United States that carried the makeuse
Is a great help to our out-of-town customers,
momentous news. Where did you get

it, friend?Tampa Times. I of it whenever you can. Samples or information
contained in
Except for the sneer

the above paragraph the Sentinel has ., "' cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

no objection to telling where the .
"special" came from. It was from Write for one of our illustrated mail order cata-

the International News Service, and logues. We invite comparison values.

there are several other papers in

Florida that receive this service be-

sides hundreds of others in the United

States, so the Sentinel was not the

only paper to print it. T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE .

We printed the news as it came,

though at the time we were inclinedto ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

think that it must have been the

action of the Democratic caucus POSTOFFICE

which was referred to. All news Aye rlan

p agencies and newspapers get wrong, ..... :- Orange e n
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IMMMtMtlHMIHIftMilMCMMtMIMMHIMMMII* II II : !t[FAVORITE QDQI QDQI THEATRE QDQI QDQI I Ii fr =, o=Cl

Pure Candy is More Than a n : n n iiiiiH'l i Qo

I ROBINSON & STARKEY, Managers | .

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. i -- .
S Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P.M. 8Admission I II r

Of course, hundreds of people all over the coun- | 5 cents OI 0 s
tiQ QDQI! QDQ-'>QDQ-'>QD<-'>
try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to PROGRAM

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and' you also 101 Bison. A Wild Animal Show.
"The Girl and the Tiger." A
BUYS AND SELLS very JewelryThe
have done the same thing many times.If fine three-reel drama, showing sev-
eral Hindu tricks and dances. An
we can convince you that pure candy is REAL ESTATE American falls in love with one of
the girls, and then attempts to escape : The variety of articles
healthful-is really beneficial from a food standpoint which proves very exciting.You V

I why then you'll realize that your money is well to see will this miss at the a good Favorite.show if you fail shown in our store

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- Always 5 cents. is
ment. 400 acres within three n very great.

miles of Kissimmee two WINTER PARK
.
CLUB MADE HIT
AT ROSALINDThe We have for you all ,
mile facing Orlando-Kis-

simmee brick road, $20 j ; Rosalind rooms were well V that is newest and best

BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN f filled last evening for ihe dramaticand in Jewelry.
per acre if sold within ! ,
: musical entertainment given under -

r 30 days. 314.im ; | the managetnent of the club, and D L Every article will D

The home of pure home-made Candies, the audience was most appreciative

.MMIMMMMIMIiltlitilMRS. : of the excellent program, which began give years of satisfac-
with a piano duet by Mrs. Thayer -

O"nJe Avenue FULLER HONORED and Mrs. Whitman. A group of tion-only goods of qual-

At the reception to be given tomor- songs were sung by Mr. Drennen,
row afternoon at the home of Mrs. who was accompanied by Mr. Branch, ity offered under our
HIM* and Mrs. T. P. Warlow
M. Johnson for the visiting club women gave three
old English ballads, with Mrs. Thayerat guarantee.
Mr. M. attending the state conventionof "
I Mason, of Baton Reuge,
the
La., is in Orlando today on business.Mr. school officials, each member will piano.
The second half of the
evening was
be privileged to bring one guest The
WADE and Mrs. T. C. Astor, of Chi-
L-t reception was to have been in honorof devoted to an amusing little play, Allen & Co.
THE TUNER
cago, are in Orlando, stopping at the Mr. Smith in Search of a Cook," in ,
Mrs. W. S. chairman of
ORLANDO, FLA. San Juan. Jennings,
the education Which the participants were all members -
J1 department of of the JEWELERS
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Starck, of Chi- Florida federation of women's clubs, of Winter Park social circles,

cago, are among the late arrivals at and Miss Agnes Harris of the Wo- Mrs. Wm.,F. Blackman and Mr. Frederick Everything Guaranteed. '

Mr. J. D. Clarke, one of Kissim- the San Juan. man's Colege. :Miss Harris will not Cushman taking the leading Reliable Repairing.MillMlillMliiliilMIMttftltMMIIIIIIItilMIIII.

mee's live real estate men, was in the Mr. S. B. Aultman, one of Kissim- be here and her place will be takenon oles.

city yesterday. mee's prominent business men, was the convention program by Mrs.J. .

25 YEARS' EXPERIENCEIn among the visitors to Orlando yester- F. Fuller, president of the Wo- FUNERAL OF J. W. VESTALThe .

buying and selling Seeds. Our day.Mr. man's Civic Club, of Orlando. Mrs.
Seeds are good. McElroy Pharmacy.3.19.3t . and Mrs. J. W. Burk arrivedin Fuller will be preseent at the recep- funeral of Mr. J. W. Vestalwas '.. .
I Orlando yesterday to enjoy a conducted from the home on
tion and will meet the members of
Mr. Chas. T: Meyer leaves today, week's visit Their home is in Kansas the Fort :Myers Civic Club informally West Central avenue yesterday after-

., for Tampa and points south, after City, Mo. after the convention exercises to- noon at three o'clock by Rev. Dr. lb. !]
==o=
I Edw. T. Poulson. The services Ie
spending the past week at the Tre- were
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Edferton arrived morrow evening.-Ft. Myers Press.
mont. in Orlando yesterday from attended by a large number. The interment -
in the Orlando
Mr. Geo. A. Orr' representative of Chamberlain, South Dakota, and are MR. SEELY TALKED ON PANAMA was ceme- I

the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, is in guests at the San Juan. CANAL ,tery.

the city looking after the return Mr. Seymour Cunningham and Miss

movement of tourists for his line. Katherine Cunningham, have reached The tourists had a pleasant time at Plans have been received for the

ALLEGRETTI'S AND Orlando from Chillicothe, Ohio, and their headquarters yesterday after- new hotel and business block, which I have money to loan on im- :
HUYLER'SCANDIES the Hill Brothers will erect in Mi
are very much pleased with the place. noon. Mr. Uriah Seely, a Union vet-

Agents, McElroy's Pharmacy.. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Harding, of eran, gave a very interesting talk on ami. The building will be of reinforced .
3-15-3t concrete, six stories in height.
Miami, Ohio, are among the new- Panama and its people and incidentally -
Mrs.A. N. Goodwyn arrived yester-I comers in Orlando. They arrived mentioned President Wilson's atti- The first floor will be reserved for proved city property. :
day from Nowater, Oklahoma, and is.. business and the other five will be
I yesterday and may decide to spend tude on the Panama tolls question.
visiting with her parents, Mr. and' for the hotel. The new ,hotel will
This remark
several weeks in this section. brought on a very interesting -
Mrs. 0. B. I I be and furnished by the
Floyd, on West Livingston discussion and some remarksby > completed
Mrs. P. J. Stekatee and daughter,
avenue. I I I Marjorie, of Grand Rapids t Mich., a Confederate veteran, :Mr. J. M. first of November. -
.Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr Smith of Danville s.Ji.A. :
have been spending a few days with Ky., who servedas .
I'I
Mendelssohn
returned yesterday from Jacksonville' lieutenant Keep in mind the big
of the
signal in
corps
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tew and daughter -
and are now at home to their ,the Confederate concert drama, "The Martyr of ,An-
many army. The best of
I of -N. Y.
Margaret, Waverly, "
friends at their beautiful tioch. Soloists, Cyril Tyler of Jacksonville -
home
on who in of the log feeling prevailed, and after the discussion -
are living one new Phone 172
North Orange avenue. the old soldiers had a real Miss Mary Gilchrist, Mrs.
Lake Jennie Jewel,
bungalows on near
Martha Palmer Carr, and Forrest
Remember Thursday, March 19th, Drennen Station. visit with many reminiscences of the
at Grand theater, "The Martyr of An-. war. Mr. Seely will give another Dabney Carr. 3-12-tf
tioch." Big midwinter concert of the Hon. James E. Alexander, one of fHimillHIIIimilMllt immmmiiiHiitUMIMiMIIMIHtlilMIIIHIMMIHtimiillltH
talk on Panama next week.
some day
Mendelssohn Club, assisted by Mrs. DeLand's leading and successful law TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY .
Martha Palmer Carr, Mr. Forrest i and prominent in the affairs of ;
Dabney Carr, and Mr. Cyril Tyler of i yers "THE MARTYR OF ANTIOCH" I-
Jacksonville. 3-14-lt: the state, was among Orlando's wel- FOR SALE I

Miss Lillian Davis, of ,Orlando, a: come visitors yesterday. Mr. Alexan- Arthur Sullivan was a great Eng- A family pony, 5 years old, gentle, I.
der left last night for Jacksonville, lish composer, dying in London in good saddler and driver; also top
registered nurse, arrived here Sat-: 1900, at the of 58. He buggy and harness. Bargain. Apply
urday night for an indefinite stay,I where he will attend meetings of the forms of age music, but is best composedall knownin 107 E. Amelia avenue. 3-14-lw P Spaglielil Free

and is stopping with Miss Scott, third j I Democratic committees, state and this country by his light operas: I

door north of Dr. Lewis' residence.!I congressional, in that city today.I "Pinafore" ," "The Pirates of Pen- FOR SALE-Horse, buggy and har-
"
zance, "Patience, and "The Mikado
ness-Bargain if taken at once, or
I !I and Mrs. J. H.
Miss Davis is favorably known here Montgomeryand "
the last
two being given here in will exchange for Ford runabout Ad-
and her friends are delighted to know Mr.' John C., Skates, who are Orlando by local talent several years dress Box 569, City. 3-14tf .
that she is to'make her home in Fort among Orlando's prominent winter ago.The

Meade.-Fort Meade Leader. ' visitors, returned yesterday from a "Martyr of Antioch," which is FOR RENT-Cheap, from April 1st,
one of his most beautiful and noble 15 East Amelia We will give a package of Warner's Spaghetti free
cottage avenue.
visit to points of interest in the southI .
Mr. A. D. Leonard was pleasantly I compositions, will be given here by Inquire at cottage.: 3-14-6t
surprised by a visit from two of his part of ,the state. They will remain the Mendelssohn Club, on Thursday,, with every purchase of a package of Warner's Maca
March 19, at the Grand theater.D. .
here several weeks before
Ohio friends today, Mr. B. F. Jack- going FOR RENT-Unfurnished, good size -
son and Mr. J. A. Jackson, of Clyde,I to their home in'Portland, Ore A. R. CHAPTERThe house; fine location, near Lake Lu- roni. -:

Ohio. They are delighted with Lake- gon. cerne. Three minutes walk from the Take of this offer. Good for
advantage special
Orlando chapter of D. A. R. postoffice. Fred B. Dale, 306 Anderson -
land, and the former, who is a news-I :Messrs. W. R. O'Neal, N. P. Yowell, street 3-14-Gt
will meet with Mrs. Dow
paper man, will no doubt,have muchto W. P. Watson, J. T. Dale, and C. K. on Orange this week only. .
avenue Saturday, March 14th, at 3
tell his readers, when he returns Pomeroy have returned from Ocala, FOR RENT-Completely furnished
Lnorth.-Lakeland Telegram.TEN I where they attended the meeting of p. m. All regular members are in- house containing five rooms and
the grand lodge Knights of Pythias.Mr. vited. Visiting D. A. R. are invited bath, also screened sleeping porch.
at 4 p. m. to listen to the program, Will rent to small family only. FredB.
YEARS IN ORLANDO I O'Neal was chosen supreme rep- which includes historical Dale, 306 Anderson street 3-14-6t
papers.A THE SANITARY GROCERY
resentative and Mr. Yowell was advanced -
Chiropodist for both men and wo. ,
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and I to grand master at arms. I OLIVE OIL AND SPICESWe
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. Messrs. Watson, Dale and Pomeroy I FULL MOON have the best. 25 years in the CARUTHERS'' & GOREPhone
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over attended as delegates from Welcome I Now is the time to buy your gar- business. Try' us. McElroy Phar-
j den seed from DeLaney & Abernethy. 3-14-31
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm l I macy.
|lodge.Today's I 3-13-tf 200 6 & 8 E. Pine StreetI' .

.
Eat what you want. "
ilMIIMMMItltililMMililMiMMMHMIMMIMMI SEED! SEED! SEED! Eat all you want.
Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Take a postscript and forget it CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf; For sale by all druggists.17d&wlyr. t
Program at
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Take your repairing to Warman on .

Court street. 125tfT. Buy your garden seed from DeLa-
.Lucerne Theatre. ney & Abernethy. Just received a Y
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
SPECIAL
2, Orlando. 3-5-tf For the news, read The Sentinel
?

"Helen's trate 'emt" Majestic drama. C. W. Riley, the photographer, has LUTHER THE FLORISTCut Ford Touring Car fully equippedas

moved his business from 405 Hughey 5

street, and can now be found at 303 Flowers good as new

j "The Romance/! Sunshine Alley," A Garland street Call and see him. ROSES, VIOLETS,

3-7-lw f.

Broncho story of a prize fight as : CARNATIONS, PANSIES, $350.00

a result which Jimmie the bootblack j item Telephone It will the be Sentinel appreciated.your news POTTED PLANTS

Four passenger Cadillac ready to

;\ is faced with the alternative Large shipments of strawberries'
; $350.00.San
are leaving Starke daily. Good Wood $1.50 run, .

of marriage or ten in jail
years Eat what you want. Better Wood $2 and $2.25 I B B BBBB". """ """"""" j


"Tricked ,by a Photograph," Reliance. Eat Take For all sale a you postscript by want.all durggists.and forget it.> Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 Juan Garage Co. '

l7d&wlyrOSTEOPATHY This won't last long,
An
and
absolutely original
sensational ,
All Service
Night
Stock up while you can. .
drama.

DR. J. C .HOWELL Orlando Wood Yard .
AJAX TIRES don't cost more and are
any guaranteed
Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointment
Price Five Cents to All No extra charge for house treatment 104 W.[Pine St. for five thousand miles.

f Telephone connections B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor j

HII9IIIMIIIIitMMMMMtlliililimimmit I Office cor. Orange and Central Ares.

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PRESIDENT WILL NOT VETO ON CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE PEOPLE'S WANTS WANTED-Ladies to bring those MMIIMHIMIHIMMMIIMMMMMMMieiMHMM

ACCOUNT LITERACY TEST LASTING 30 DAYS combings to us. Don't destroy
L them. We will make what you want.
I' No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles south Come and see our stock and examineour
Washington, March 12.-The much east of city, on hard road, all improved MUNNIMAKERSNotices work. We invite inspection. If
4 discussed literacy test will remain in. ; 175 budded orange and grape- of Lost Wanted. For Sale, Fer you haven't the hair we supply it.

the Burnet immigration bill when it I fruit trees just coming into bearing; 60c Rent for, etc three. for days this, or column$1.00 for 25c one for week one,day for Our stock is genuine. We make ev- & TRANSFER CO.
is presented the senate for action.I 7-rooni house; the land* is of the best. 25 words or less. Money must accompany erything to order. Will pay cash for
No. 2-Two 3-acreyoung groves inside the advertisements fer this column, as no combings. Nicholas & Nicholas, 303 1 1
r This was decided today by the senate of citv, nicely situated to divide insertions will be made on credit Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm

immigration committee which will report into home lots. WANTED-Small furnished house
SALE-Automobile
FOR and city ORLANDO, FLORIDA
the bill favorably. No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6- lots from $125 t o$225 apiece. Wm.I. for the summer. Address E. E.
r It was suggested that the literacytest room house and 200 bearing grove; Higgins. 3-8-6t Ireland, care Willola hotel, city. .
the 5 acres is garden land divided in 3-10-3t
be omitted for fear of a veto acre lots and recorded.No. FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one HOUSE FOR RENT-210 North Or OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE .174 ;

by President Wilson, but the majorityof 4-5 acres east between Amelia acre in bearing orange grove; six ange. Apply G. A. Baas, care Or-
the committeemen did not believe and Concord avenues, just over city acres cleared; part of land suitablefor lando B. & T. Co. 3-7-6t
limit line; a part of it to bearing gardening and trucking; located ILJ1 f
the president would carry his opposi- i I I Iti.
and _
grove grapery; a fine 8-room half mile from city limits on public
tion to that feature so far as to veto house and other buildings. This is a road. Bargain. Address :11. C. B., FOR REN1

? the entire bill, which contains much rare bargain to get a city home just care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf
that he is known to favor. over the city line. Give this your- at I FOR RENT-OR-SALE Good house, FOR RENT-5-room house, partly
tention.No. garden and farm land, on Conway furnished. See Frank Soper, Room
Senators Kern and Gronna of the
5-40 acres, 20 improved with clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. 3, MNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t -
committee reserved the right to offer 500 choice bearing orange trees,south 320lmd&wFOR C1 f1o
amendments on the floor. Senator side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; FOR RENT-Large attractive room:
SALE-Bargains in improvedand
fine bungalow of 8 also' 4-room
rooms
Kern is opposed to the test. ; unimproved land. See S. S. in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue.
furnished beautiful and
cottage ;
r; The provision for American health shade; tennis court (cement);'' the Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2- 6-w1m 2-4 tf

inspectors on immigrant vessels leav- show place of the South, known as FOR SALE FURNISHED ROOMS in new modem -I

ing foreign ports, to which Italy and the Foss Grove. On account of the An elegadt modem home; four bed-, home. Light housekeeping if
death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no desired. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next REGULAR FREIGHT BETWEEN
other objected, rooms; two bath rooms; gas and electricity -! SCHEDULE
some governments longer attend to the estate. This throughout; fruit trees door_to_he_Wyoming hotel _i
was changed to provide that immi- means sell it.No.6Several. flowers. 509 East Central and. ROOME FOR RENT for light house Orlando and
Sanford and
grant vessels carrying persons sus- nice homes, close to I 2-15-tf keeping. .307 E. Pine St. 3-8-6t Intervening t'
pected of being deportable'on accountof Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. _,_
Also choice lots, close in. Points
disease may be detained after If you want to buy for home or investment lillMmillllMttMtHHMIitMltlMltiHIIMIItltHOne ;

reaching port and the suspected per- I am a leader along these Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick
= confined board until their lines. Call or phone and make date
sons on .
for investigations.Open I Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed..
%cases are determined. I I evenings. Left to Sell
The provision for a head tax of $5 19 W. Church St-Phaie 398 Bungalow 4IMMMIIIMMIIillMMIIMMMIIIMHtlMlllltllHNew

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PROPERTY FOR SALE M. J. DAETWYLER

TEMPLE WILL BE ERECTED /
WITH $500,000 DONATED ;.
House and four vacant lots frontingon Spring! Materials :

Magnolia avenue; also other lots Phone 563HHMtlllltMIIMMMIiltMlilMMIIMMIMIMIIMM
Washington, March 12.-An anony-
fronting on Colonial Drive. Will sell
mous gift of $500,000 toward con-
in part, or the whole. This is our
Foulards Embroidered Ratine
struction of the National Cathedral of In Crepes,
home place that has never been offered .
the Protestant Episcopal Church on I
I for sale before. Best building I
Mount St. Albans, in the suburbs of' Crepes, Dainty Flaxons. The latest stylesin
a announced location in the city. Call at 703 North FOR SALE FOR RENT-Large, well furnished
Washington, was today.
Magnolia avenue. A. ,Y. Fuller. Six hundred acres timber land, and* room to persons wishing suburban Millinery.
The structure will rank among fam- 3-10-3t ten acre orange grove, with two milesof accommodations; also 2 acres good
ous temples of the world. lice shore, near Winter Garden,I truck land, close in. Good opportu-
6 one of the greatest trucking and nity for right person. Address "A,"
SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI citrus centers of Florida. The orange Sentinel 9-8tf KISSES HAULM & DUNN
FOR SALE i I crop will pay interest on the whole -
I am now organizing an excursion i
Nursery stock, one, two, three and I investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, i HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms,
four year old buds; Foster Early,I I party to New York and Albany, via owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 modern; located at 311 N. Orange I I,
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe,I avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave
wash-I April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25
s. Navel. Address Mrs. M. FOR SALEA nue. 2-24-tf
ington from Orlando to Albany, which includes for Corsets
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Agents Barclay
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf first-class grocery business; best "
I baggage transfer in Jacksonville
FOR RENT Elegant furnishedrooms
location in the city; doing $2,500
and York.
New Special reduc-
I for 406'
light housekeeping.
worth of business month
per ; good McCall's Patterns
tion to those starting at Jacksonvilleor
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1 East Pine street. 2-4-61
FOR SALE line of customers and rent
i reasona I
stopping at New York. For good
from I i ble. Good reasons for selling. For
20 located three miles berth and rooms make reservationsnow FOR RENT-Room and board. Ad-
acres call at this office. 13-3t
,' city on proposed brick road; eight:! of C. P. Smith, Hand building, :particulars, dress 25 Gould street. 3123tI I -

acres bearing grove; two acres corner Orange avenue and Church :FOR SALE-Ford runabout; bargain imiiiMiHiiimtttmttMtMReal MMMiiMIIIMtfr*
cleared and ten acres timber; four' street, before March 21. 3-5-tf if taken at once. Address Box 594, FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the
Price 3-13-1w week or month; cheap. Phone 571,
room cottage. $3,500. city.
25 four miles from ten I or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
acres city;
Warman Sells
and Fixes
Bicycles,
FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade
acres in grove, four hundred bearing
orange and two hundred threeyearold on Court street. 12-5-tf citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando CHEAP-Two nice furnished rooms !
grapefruit trees; twelve acres and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 for light housekeeping. 206 3-13-3t South

fruit land and three acres garden miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, street. I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

land; cottage and barn, located on Orlando, Fla. FOUND-A watch. Owner can have ! rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.

lake front. Price $5,000. For Sale FOR SALE-Shetland harness same by calling at this office and 1 Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
pony
70 acres choice fruit and vegetable ! paying for ad. 3-13-tf
land; threes and one-half miles from I and cart. Will' sell at bargain if I six-room bungalow; oil finish,. double verandas. Special !, /
city. Price $30 per acre. I bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne LOST-Wednesday, 4th, one plain silver ; heating and bath room faeilities. Large, roomy base- '
Five-room cottage and lot one hun- Circle. 3-7-lw-d&w card case; initials N. H. B. ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
Finder return to Hammond & BunchCo.
dred four hundred feet
by located
; on I furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
main highway leading out of city. Modern 8-room WANTED and receive reward. 3-12-2t .
These
Price $2,000.Five House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200.
acres of bearing orange grove, House. 2 doors WANTED-Good stenographer, at FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINAA lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. .1
well located. Price $2,000. once. Apply B. M. Robinson, Court quaint, delightful little town in offer the whole for $3,800'and allow dealer's commission.
140 beautiful House. 3-10-6t which to spend a few weeks en route
acres overlooking a west of
lake, one and one-fourth miles from Wyom- north. Heart of the mountains. Tonic Open to all.
WANTED-25 family washings at climate. Scenery unsurpassed. Par-
railroad station and
20 acres bearing orange packing grove house containing -; ing Hotel. Bar- Laundry.once, from Phone 50 654.cents Rolla up. Reel.Home 3-8-6t ticulars, Miss Willis:Dixie Hall. E. N. COY .

fourteen hundred trees. The
remaining land is high grade fruit gain. 3-8- 'em 307 West SI, Norlh.Orlando
Warman fixes
;, and garden soil. Price $12,000. WANTED-To. buy a second-hand Cash Registers.
2,000 acres' choice fruit land, well Ford touring car. Apply 306 E. on Court street 12-5-tf
located. Can be had at a bargain.J. South street. 3-13-3t HMIIMI.
r E. CRAWFORD, i A. L. Bentley, i j.i j. FOR RENT-Comfortable cottage,

Office Over Blue Drug Store,. WANTED-Position as bookkeeperand large yard overlooking Lake Adair,
117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, i ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE | stenographer, by a lady of ex city limits, Apopka road. $8 per THE[ SENTINEL[ mR THE[ NEWS'I [
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Orlando, Florida. perience. Address M., 114 Court month until November. H. C. McDan-
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grove on beautiful lake :
Washington Lawyer DeKnight So 10 DaysWhat I
near Orlando and one-half mile I : Of Cleanliness Of
Testifies Before Senate Lobby Quality |

Investigating Committee is known as the E.V.. Bullock home. from one df the new County

Mrs. Bullock has taken up her residence in Georgia, brick roads. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

Washington, March 12.-That he where she has large business interests. The ladyis 1,300 orange and grape fruit FISH AND GAME

contracted with former Rear Admiral here for a few days and is ready to make very attractive trees. 600 trees in full bearing

Bowles, president of the Fore River prices to those wanting a home or. for an Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
700 two from bud.
Shipbuilding company, for $1,000 and : investment. years 30,000 '
Everything screened from the flies and fresh
a' contingent fee of $4,000 to work trees away kept
nursery some of which are
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Meet the lady at'my office and do your trading
and
for toll exemptions for American pure.
direct with her. ready to bud. Present bloom indicates -
coastwise ships in the Panama canal ,
act was declared today by ClarenceW. at least 3,500 boxes this We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ;

DeKnight, a Washington lawyer, year. Good 7-room resid&nce. everything in the Meat Line.

committee.before the senate lobby investigating CHDICK'S's 11[ Biro[ AND D This is the finest grove bargainin

DeKnight said he knew of no or- the County. $6,000 cash, balance The PARLOR MARKET
ganized effort at this time to fight
one, two and three
Business years.
repeal of the toll exemption clause ExchangeOPEN

and denied that he had written lettersof EVENINGS H. M. Self & Co.
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warning to shipbuilding companies Cooper. Atha
relating thereto. I 19 W. Church Street Phone 398 PINE STREET
For his services in behalf of the
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Fore River Shipbuilding company be-1' Phone No. 80MMIIIIMMIMIMIIMMIMMMMMMMMMiilMIM
fore the senate interoceanic canals Phone No. 311

committee when the Panama canal *
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'act was under consideration, De- .
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Knight said he was 'paid only $1,000
despite the fact that the toll exemp4 IIIIIMiMIMMMIMMIMIItMHiMMMIMMMIMIMHIMIMMMMMMilHI*
tion was included in the bill.
J "Didn't.you demand the $4,000 contingent i

fee from President Bowles?" L/ .
Senator Overman asked. t.

"Yes, I did, after the bill was W. M.. SLEMONSNew

passed," DeKnight answered.

"Well, why didn't Bowles give it to arrived car load
you?" asked Senator Reed."I .

think the reason was because FORDS for immediate -
the bill did not go through in such a Goods Arriving DailyWe

1 way that the Fore River Shipbuilding delivery.Get .

company was to build some ships,"
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said DeKnight. yours now
Did your contract call for a contingency -

whereby the bill was to include F. G. RUSE,
a provision whereby the government
: was to contract for ships in Phone 226 sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

case the toll exemption was granted made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
?" asked Mr..Reed. ,
"No, I don't think so," said De- r Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

"I don't rememberthe
Kngiht. exactly
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
contingency. I was to get the .
$4,000 if the bill went through a cer- & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

tain way. Anyway, I know that Ad- ,
miral Bowles' company didn't build
the ships."

The committee demanded that De-

Knight produce his contract with W. M. SLEMONS
Bowies. He said he would do so

later.
ORANGE AVENUE

Bowles Denies DeKnight's Statement

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lobby committee at Washington."I Dixie Dixie IMIIIIIMMMItOrland.o
employed Mr. DeKnight in con Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Lv Orlando. A. C. L.......12:31 am 3:13 pm I I T Orlando, ........................ 3:13pm
nection with section eleven of the ........... .
r Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45 am 7:39pm r Jacksonville ... ...... 7:30pm
Panama canal act, which has to do v Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35 am $25 pm ,T Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15 pmv '
v Waycross A. C. L......11:50am 10:25pmr Waycross, A. C. L. .............1030pmr
with the jurisdiction of the interstate Macon G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15 am Macon. G. S. & F. .............. 3:46 amr .
commission canalshipping" r Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm '1:25 am Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. '1:12am
commerce over Ar Knoxville L. & N. .............12:19pmr
the admiral said. "The r Chattanooga W. & A...12:18 am 11:55 am Corbin L. &; N. ................ 3:16pm
'Ar Nashville N. C. & St II 4:50am 4:30pm r Louisville. L. & N. .............. 9:00 pm
provision concerning tolls is section I r Indianapolis *>a. L. ............ 1:50 am \J\7ater& Light Co. I
Ar St Louis L C.&L.&;N. %:50 pm 7:20 am
five of the act and with this I had:
Ar Lexington. L. & N. ............ 6:50 pm
nothing to do." Ar Hopkinsville, L. & N.......... 6 7pm Ar Cincinanti L. & 8:50pmAr
Ar Evansville L t; N..... 9:28am 9:25 pm Kalamazoo, G. R. & L .....,....1%:%0 pm
\' Ar Terre Haute C. &; E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar Grand Rapids. G. R. & L ....... 2:45nm Electricity
For the news, read The Sentinel Ar_Chicago_ C. &; E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 7:15am .

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Dr. BucKmaster Solid train composed of section dra win Solid train, composed of electric lighted Gas Water IceOfficeNo.
room sleeping cars, observation cempartmeat .
cars and dining car between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and v /
ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville
Osteopathic Physician DIXIE FLYER through sleeping Louisville car between ana Jacksonville Indianapolis and; 18 West Central Avenue .

132 Orange Avenue Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between . :
artment observation sleepers and electlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays : .
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-
Next door to People's Bank, lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining car t Telephone No.6. ,
r\ service between Atlanta and
erves meals a la carte. Cincinnati
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w members to these important committees -===

as inactive, or dead members

I not only fail to help, but actually

.. hinder the wOrk, so please come out \ .. .
and add to the life and usefulnessof .
the Board of Irade by == lYOUR '
NE ence. your pres- iii( \I7.ID'u !LitciTUr{;( : { ( .

J am enclosing a list of the mem- .
bers of the Board of Trade. You will
probably be startled by the fact thatso = tf\\1 l I.
MOM(
few of our business and profes- \ .\ { anil] CH1LHRIW t 1

sional townspeople are members- .

just consider, this list only includes == Depend largely upon liov/ J'JlIclyou ,
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.... 104 names, and several of these have .
.1 ; and teach them
JI save to '
/ Save
\ .-' '. .. It not paid their annual dues for two I
:' I \ .,ri': years. I am enclosing this list, part- Hoy/ much have yon and they saved
J '" \.. --'"'' ... .! ly tq show the condition, namely,
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,F "' __\., _, .. ." ... that the work of the Board of Tradein "

;'''.'4\ ,. t;,-....._. .._ __:_-...._.=':/..._ .... .. :. .---....... our dandy little "town is in the :' THIS:(] MONTH l :( ?
_. / / ..-".....:,...."-.o"J -- -::---.. ..,--.=--- ::;;;;";;::';---..- hands of a lonesome few, and to em-
-- ... phasize the necessity of your being =
.r- .-. I all the time "on the job." I am also .
=
enclosing a list of business and pro- "

fessional people, who necessarilyhave ....
Travel on "A.BA." Cheques a vital interest in the town's

and prosperity, who are not
q You can pay your hotel bills with them; buy railway and steamship progress members. Each and every one of I LET 'US HELP] YOU \ _-
the convenient well
tickets; use them for purchases. They are most as
these invited to join Each
are us.
as the safest kind of travel money your counter-signature identifies you.
of these is to The
one urged join us.
Ir "A.BA" the need for International Cur- We have several = 1
IJ Cheques supply urgent an Board of Trade work is not personal, plans for teaching
; rency. They are the only travelers' cheques accepted, under the law,
for U. S. Customs duties. Call or write for booklet. factional or sectional, our every ef- systematic saving and will be pleased -
fort and undertaking is for the ben-

efit and advancement of the town as to explain them all
The State Bank 01! Orlando
a whole, for the general public goodso
by identifying themselves withus

they will reap the benefit, at leastto F
the extent that they are an indi
vidual element in the whole. This l\Jatiorial"
Peoples sank
list of business and professional people ,

.' . who are not members, but who

are invited to join us, is enclosed for "It is a pleasure to serve you." .
the purpose of putting you in a posi- -
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tion to solicit them to become mem-

bers. I do not expect you to interviewand I
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solicit any big per cent of these, = I

f. I but I am sure your business and social i ,
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' PALATKA THE PLACEr your annual membership dues of $1,I relations: are such, with a good q ,I, I I II H li l I I r I I n i I ,{ I I I l pul'I' I I I.. 'u I { 'i e o qM' l n l L. ,
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many of them that you can grace- I I II I I I I'I I I ,{ I ,II I, I I II.I, I I ,II I I, j..I I III I I I III I'I I I' I II I I I IIII i i I.I;' ; N' II Ihi I I !I h it I'l' I I I I I I I I liNi{ l l lI jI'llii' ,l III hill I, (,;I II 11' {,ij tll r r -
Annual kindly do so at once and help the II f 'IIIiII I I I r I r IU I I I I l I II'l Ii I I ;Ri !I r I=
of I I. ,
Twenty-Seventh the Florida State Horticultural Meeting society by sending in at least one new fully discuss this subject with them ,II ,I II IVI I I III I 'NIH I I I I I I I I I (I I 1 I i 1 I i, I r I II I II,, I I I ,6 u' r I I I I J 1'I 1 I.I .llnlll I ,r Im,I d IIN,!! ,I I,N I IN r illll; d u I, II i I,,,.t r r
member. and I am just as certain that a little
Society.
Further information with regardto 'activity along this line will add'one STARVATION IN HONDURAS I SCHOOLS SEE MEXICAN EXHIBIT est to the grammar grades was the
Owing to the fact that the Confederate
members to roll.
Reunion will be held in Jack- railroad and hotel rates, program, or more our New Orleans, March 13.-(Special.) work of the Mexican school children
; etc., will be mailed the members with i The Board of Trade has to its credit thousand and "Seeing Mexico," the expositioncar shown by maps and handiwork, suchas
" -Three ,
men women
sonville Fla. the dates for finger
on set painting, pottery, basketry,
the of at the A. C. 1.. was the
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accomplishment
a great depot
in few .
a days.Don't starvation at La- blanket
the meeting of the Florida Statq children are facing weaving, etc. The primary
forget the 28 many undertakings for the benefit object of chief interest to the Or- children of course enjoyed the Mex-
dates-April ceiba, Honduras. The port was recently -
Horticultural Society, it has been
29 30 and 1. and advancement of the town. An lando school children yesterday. Supt. ican monkeys, and were interested in
t though best by the Executive Com May destroyed by fire. Dr. Charles Coleman arranged for the pupils to the "mud house" in which the poorer
extensive field of useful endeavor is
mittee to advance the date of the Don't forget to send in your mem- 0. Harris, delegated by the stricken be taken through the car in classes, class of Mexicans live.:
meeting of the Horticultural Socie- bership dues of $1.00 to open to us. Let's get busy and at community to ask aid of New Or- during school hours, with teachers in Today is the last day of the car's
OKLE C. PAINTER, least keep pace with our sister townsin leans arrived here Dr. Harris charge. The older pupils went exhibit in Orlando. It will be open
today.
ty one week. Therefore, the Twenty- the march of improvement and through with note book in hand, tak- until 10 o'clock tonight, and goes to
Seventh Annual meeting of the Florida SecretaryBox : said the plight of the residents was ing down items for future composi Sanford tomorrow.
.J. State Horticultural Society will 187, Jacksonville, Fla. progress. pitiable. They have neither food, tions. Beside the agricultural, indus-
Remember the time and of trial and mineral exhibits of Mexico,
place water shelter. The loss
r be held in Palatka, Fla., beginning nor property I of, much interest to the high school SEED! SEED! SEED!
April 28th and lasting Wednesday,I I A FULL MOON the next meeting. exceeds three millions. I'pupils were the Aztec relics of stone Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
Thursday and the forenoon of Fri Now is the time to buy your garden Yours for Orlando, and pottery, some of the relics being Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf /,
I seed from DeLaney & Abernethy. unearthed
Prof. Niven who dis
by ,
T day, May ,1st. I:3-13-tf SETH WOODRUFF, Sentinel want ads. get results. covered buried fifteen
I a city feet be-
t I If you have not already sent inI Ever Try our Classified Ads. President. Try the Sentinel Job Department low the old Aztec capital. Of inter- Sentinel "wants" fill your wants.iMIIiMllttliltitHm .

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Our Shoe Department It's Time to Travel Coming in too Late



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

this most important department, it the best lihe of fine line of '

is a fact that we carry the largest

and most complete line of good Shoes
fternoon aid [ Gowns
in South Florida. A few of our best TRUNKS AND BAGS venine

are: I.

in the South. IN ALL THE NEW SILK WEAVES,

For Ladies
CHIFFON, CREPE de CHENE, BRO

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

Sole Reed Oxfords.and Red Cross lines, ,Rubber S WII, [S ftI H illill t CREPE METEORS, Etc.


These Gowns, the prettiest ever shownin

F MenThe in Orlando, are now on display in our

well known Florsheim for the

men who care. Clean Up Ready.to.WDepadifieni e

For Children


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

and Gun Metal. Boy Scouts are very popu- .
01 Take the Elevator
etc. etc.
lar just now. We have them. ,



Our Mail Order Department isi n Competent Hands and is Rapidly 'Growing in Favor



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I THE YOWELL. DUCK WORTH COMPANY :







Orlando's Largest Store "Quality Did





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