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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 15, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00355
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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

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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1914. NUMBER 29.

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MONEY N[ 10 1 1 TESTIAGAINST[ V 1 fRANKI Visitors Who in Came the-City From and Buckeye Residents Western From Capitalists Sam-Griffin--Buy- Throughthe Large Tract iAN' OPPOSITIONTO0ffICE[ HOLDERS l



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AFFIDAVIT RIVAl EXPRESS COMPANIES AfIfR M'ADOO LUNCIISATWHITEHOUSE{ f NO CANDIDATES FOR SEATSIN
Tomorrow I
(Monday) evening there scheme for the building of bun-

SECURED BY FRANK'S THE UNITED will be a meeting at the tourist head- galows and the setting of orange WITH HIS f FIANCEE LEGISLATURE HAVE
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ATTORNEYS quarters to organize an Ohio Asso-' groves and other development work APPEARED

ciation. will be started soon by Western cap- -

Sharp Contest to Get the Business of The invitation is to every touristor italists who have purchased a six

THOUSAND n DOLLARS THE PRICE[ the Company Now in lando winter, and resident to every who permanent lives in resident Or-- flundred Griffin through acre tract the W.from W.Mr.Rose S.real S. Suggested Wedding That May Next Be White Closedto House VOTERS[ BEING U URGED[D T TO REGISTER[ [

LiquidationNew of Orlando or vicinity who was I estate agency. The purchasers are the Public
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FORMER EMPLOYE OF FRANK'S born in Ohio or who lived there long Messrs. Wilson of Cleveland and SUPERVISOR WILLIAMS SENDING -

FACTORY APPROACHED BY York, March 14.-(Special)- enough to consider it his home or. Murphy of Kansas City, and it is Washington, March 14Special.( ) OUT NOTICES TO THOSE

The Wells-Fargo and Adams Express native state. said that local parties are interseted
-Secretary Wm. G. McAdoo the
PROSECUTION AND OF- was WHO HAVE FAILED
companies are understood to be in Hon. W. R. O'Neal, an Ohian by with them. TO
principal guest at luncheon at the
FERED PRICE the market for the business of the birth and education, will be presentand The tract, which is located in the White House today. The luncheon ENROLL NAMESThe

United Express company, which is to give a short address about the vicinity of the iron bridge on the took place at 1 o'clock and the only

Atlanta, Ga., March 14.-Special.( ) be liquidated. Developments, how- "Buckeye State." The meeting will Winter Garden road, fronts on the other guests besides Misses Margaretand I meeting of the State Demo-

-Counsel for Leo Frank today gave ever, have not reached a state where open at 7:30 in the evening and there proposed brick road for a distance of Eleanor Wilson were Miss Ruth cratic Executive committee in Jacksonville -

out the affidavit of Mrs. Mattie Mil I I negotiations have been opened, but will be a short social session after three miles and includes two miles of I Hall and Miss Nona McAdoo, daughter yesterday indicated, accord-

ler, a handsome young Atlanta woman overtures are expected to be made adjournment. lake shore. of the secretary.The ing'to custom, the formal opening of

in which the woman swears that soon. Every Ohio man or woman is proudto The plan is to divide the tract into approaching with its the political campaign, which is to be
wedding
A. S. Colyer, a lawyer for the prose- The Harriman interests which con- come from the state that has pro- ten acre farms and encourage the attendant and excitement waged prior to the primary of June

cution, made her an offer of a thou- trol the United are largely interestedin duced such men as Garfield, Hayes, building of bungalows on each tract. gaiety pre- 2, and what is true of the state is

sand dollars to swear to an infamous the Wells-Fargo, and it was recently -. Taft, Thurman, W. T. Sherman, John The company will reserve fifty acres sages a gay Easter season, whetherthe true also of the counties.

story on the stand. reported that the latter com-! Sherman, Wade, besides scores of the somewhere about the center for a wedding actually takes place The first political announcementswere
Easter week June
Mrs. Miller flatly refused the offer pany would take over the entire-business -, brightest scientific and literary men hotel and grounds. The plan is broadin or among roses. made yesterday, coming from

and ordered Colyer from her house. of the former, but such move- that have adorned the past century.. its possibilities and will requiresome It may be only a family party, but Tax Collector W. E. Martin, Tax As-

She that ment is not contemplated owing to Come out, everybody from Ohio. society hopes for a gala affair. The
swears Colyer came to her time to be worked out, but it is sessor Arthur Butt, County TreasurerJ.

1 residence and told her of trying to the possible interference by the gov- : entirely feasible and it will not require plans of society have been hurriedly H. Tucker, Sheriff Frank Gordon,

work up evidence against Frank, asking ernment.B. much time to sell the land, and revised. European and other trips and Supervisor of Registration FrankH.

if she did not once work in D. Caldwell, president of the BUSINESS MN[ Will ATTEND[ work is to begin without delay. have been postponed to partake in Williams, all standing for re-elec-

Frank's factory. Wells-Fargo, said that his company I The sale of this tract does not close the prenuptial fun. I tion. To be strictly accurate Sheriff

When she told Colyer that she had has no intention of retiring, and W. NEARING\ AT KISSIMMEEChairman out all of the Griffin holdings in this I Gordon and Supervisor Williams are

she swears he flatly made a proposition M. Barrett, president of the Adams, neighborhood by a good deal. He I I standing for election for the first

for her to make an affidavit that said the same. D. I. Roberts, presi- still has four miles facing the road MINORITY THINKS IT MEANS time, as 'both were appointed by the

Frank had been intimate with her. dent of the United, said the public Carson of Kissimmee Board and three miles of lake shore. The governor to fill unexpired terms. So

He then offered her a thousand dol would be duly advised of'the date of Calls Attention to Importanceof section is one of the richest and most S SURRENDER R [ [R Of RIGHTS far no opposition has appeared to any

lars. liquidation. the MatterAt desirable in the county. of the incumbents.The .

Four other affidavits were made county commissioners will be

public by Frank's attorneys today. Such Is Gist of Report Filed by elected under the new law from the

TWO VEHICLE[ l[ STANDS ARE[ FIXED[ Board the of last Trade meeting Mr. M.of 0.the Overstreetwas Orlando MA. Y .THOUSAND U QUARTS Of Knowland of California on county at large, and it is understoodthat

all members of the board

l'ENGlE[ WOULD BAR TlMfS-UNION BY CITY COUNCilBut to appointed select others chairman for the of purpose a committee of- STRAWBERRIES[ SNIPPED Sims Bill will be candidates. present

All members of the board of public
LV attending the hearing of the railroad . Washington, March 14.-Denunciation -
FROM
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S. MAilSSays instruction are to be elected, but no
No Individual Driver Will Be commission to be held at Kissimmee Shipments for Week From Plant City of the Sims bill, which he char- announcements have come from the
March 26 on the long and short haul acterized notice
Allowed to Have Any Par- Reaches Phenomenal Totalof as that the United members of that body yet. It is assumed -

It Disseminates Tainted News ticular Place act. I 61,280 Quarts States abandoned its policy of an that they, too, will stand for
In the latest issue of the Osceola American-controlled Panama canal
and Is II re-election.
Not Entitled .
to Second
Journal, Mr. C. A. Carson, chairmanof and virtually surrendered its
powerto There are two members of the legislature -
Class Rates The city council yesterday desig- the transportation committee of Plant City, Fla., March 14.-The regulate its commerce, because of to be elected, but no one has
nated two vehicle stands, which are the board of trade of that city, calls strawberry movement from Plant the new "peace-at-any-price policy,"
announced, and there is no rumor of
Washington, March 14.-In com- required under the new traffic ordi- attention to the importance of the I I City continues with a steady regularity featured a minority report to the .likely candidates that has received

menting on his bill to deny second- nance to become effective April 1. hearing, and urges attendance. despite the lateness of the season house today by Representative Know- credence. There is no lack of good

class mail rates to publications owned The south side of West Pine street, Under the law which went into effect for this well known and luscious fruit, land of California, against repeal of material, but those who have been

by special interests Representative fifteen feet west of Orange avenue, January 1, no common carrier and the price paid the growers still the tolls exemption.The suggested in that connection are en-

L'Engle made the following state- was designated as one stand, and the within the state shall charge a higher holds good, in fact, the best that has interstate commerce committee grossed in their business affairs, and

ment: north side of East Church street, fif- rate for freight for a short haul than ever been known to prevail at this of which Mr. Knowland is a mem- have indicated no desire to seek the

"The second-class mail privilege is teen feet east of Orange, was fixedas for a long haul along the same line time of the year. ber, has favorably reported the Sims honor.

accorded to publications because of the other. The council didn't fix and in the same direction. Neithercan The price paid the past week for bill, proposing a flat repeal. Martin's Good Record

their supposedly educational value. A any limit for the extension of the any existing rate to a city having berries ranged from twenty cents to The Knowland minority report said Tax Collector Martin, who is a can-

corporation newspaper which colorsits stand, and this will probably not be water transportation be increased twenty-five cents per quart, net, the in part: didate-to succeed himself, is roundingout
news and editorials to suit some stated but will be regulated by the without permission of the railroad average being a trifle over twenty-
"A situation unparalleled and unprecedented his fifth term in the office, which
special interest is anything but edu- police. commission, and it appears that the two cents per quart.
in history now confrontsthis will make ten years that he has
cational. We have pure food laws The idea sems to have gained fix- railroads desire to increase certain The total number of quarts shipped
nation. The passage of the bill served. He has made a faithful and
and pure drug laws to protect us ture with some that any auto or hack rates and possibly lower some other from Plant City this week was 61,280,
would give a British interpretation courteous official, and his popularityhas
from tainted or impure food and driver might apply to the council and schedules. However, much will depend which netted the growers approxi- I
to the Hay-Pauncefote treaty, and received abundant testimony in .
drugs and the receive to stand at the brought to .
public is certainly en- permission a cer- upon pressure mately $13,461.60.This
thus surrender for all time rights vitally the fact that he has been high man on
titled to protection from tainted and tain given point or space; that this bear at the hearing in that city. The season has been the best in
almost if not
the ticket
affecting this nation, commer- county every
false news and comment served up in would be set apart for him particu- railroad commission judging by the the berry growing history in Plant
"Bill"
time he the ticket.
cially, strategically and politically. was on
corporation owned newspapers as the larly to be claimed at any and all interest taken in such matters by the i' City, and many people have been attracted Martin, as he is familiarly known, is
truth-news often manufactured for times. This impression is wrong. shippers and merchants as to whether to this section through the "Thousands of patriotic American the
essentially and truly one of peo-
the specific purpose of benefitingsome The council will not undertake to reductions shall be ordered or increases advertising this fruit has created. citizens insist that we can not main-
of his life
tain national ple. He has lived here all ,
honor in the
our
special interest. grant individual stands. General ve- permitted. present
was born and reared in the countryand
"In Florida the largest newspaper, hicle stands will be located and vehi- One hearing is to be held at Ocalaon BRADSHAW THE LOGICAL MAN controversy if we abjectly surrender all the good traits that

the Jacksonville Times-Union, is cles for hire will take their place inline March 23 and the one scheduledfor every American right at Panama. possesses UA
That Col. J. N. Bradshaw,.of Or- The of this sucn a cringing h up stands forr. nc
owned and will this city is the only other one to history country would
jointly by three great railroad move up as they are he
that
lando, will likely succeed the late L. have been less had failedto has his work so systematized
systems and it colors its news to suit called. be held in the state on the question. glorious we
E. Dozier as president of the Florida can give prompt attention to all call-
those railroads. It will not Mr. Carson desires to hear from urge our contentions even when
publishan State Chamber of Commerce, at the convinced of When ers, and this he does without regardto
fully
account of any occurrence detri- BOY KILLED HIMSELF RATHER various shippers in regard to. the our right.
next meetipg, is the belief of many the class and standing of the per-
the Venezuela
mental t& the interest of those roads, THAN LOOK AFTER BABY question of long and short haul ratesas question stirred the nation -
who have an interest in the organi- son who has business with his office.
such as wrecks or suits against them. this is a matter of vital impor- it was a mistake, according to
Knoxville Tenn., March 14.-(Special zation. Col.! Bradshaw is now discharging this Rich and poor look alike to -.Bill."
It takes an active interest in politics tance to all inland cities of Florida.It I new 'peace-at-any-price policy,
)-Rather than care for his baby the duties of president, as for President Grover Cleveland to He doesn't forget the poor man's cent
and invariably is found is also desired that a large numberof
supporting sister the ten-year-old son of Lewson he was elected last year as the first I have declared in that in remembering the rich man's dollar -
candidates acceptable to its business men be on hand for the a message commanded -
owners, Smith, of Fish Springs, Carter coun- vice-president. The affairs of the I the respect of the world: neither does he forget the rich
often conference or hearing.As
refusing
even advertising spaceto ty, jumped from a fence with a rope body will be administered by him un- man's dollar in remembering the poor
the opponents of their favored the matter now stands rates "Today the United States is prac-
around his neck and tied to an apple til the end of the unexpired term. man's cent. Due to his diligence the
candidates."In from Jacksonville to Tampa are much tically sovereign upon this continent,
tree. He was found dead by his It is also said that the state cham- prompt payment of taxes has improved -
my opinion such publications lower than from Jacksonville to Kis and its fiat is law upon the subjectsto
mother. ber may call a meeting to be held in each successive year he has
should not be permitted to enjoy the simmee, Orlando, Lakeland and other which it confines its interposition. -
Gainesville, at the time the State been in office, and it is not an un-
those accorded points along the same line traversed !
same privileges as to
AmVDE HONORABLE Good Roads association holds its convention reasonable prediction that in the
honest blications and to the in reaching Tampa. the
The interstate
pi go public report warned
there. The good roads con- course of time he will reduce the
matterof committee and members of
as newspapersvhcn as a In a news story appearing in yesterday's vention was postponed recently, but commerce number of delinquents to the lowest
fact they are published to serve VICTOR STARBUCK ADMITTED the house that, by the provisions of
Sentinel it was stated that as soon as the call is issued for the possible minimum. Nobody likes to
some special interest. the Sims bill it would forever fore-
Mrs. George R. Newell, who had applied TO U. S. COURTMr. meeting by President Alderman, it is pay taxes and it is impossible to

to the mayor for permission to believed that a great deal of interest! close the right of the United Statesto make people fond of it, but by keep-

MONEY HELD BACK ON WELL take care of the swans on Lake Cher- Victor G. Starbuck was admit- will begin to kindle in the session. f. pass through the canal, without ing constantly before the people the

DRILLING CONTRACTThe okee, would be given police power so ted to practice in the United States It is the wish of several prominent I[ payment of tolls, either battleships, fact that it is inevitable and the

city council yesterday ordered that she would have authority to, arrest courts yesterday upon the motion of good roads enthusiasts to hold the I revenue cutters, colliers, transports, sooner they pay the better it is for

b warrants drawn as follows: F. D. persons who were found annoy- Judge John M. Cheney, who accompanied good roads convention prior to the or other government-owned craft. them, Collector Martin has saved the

Harvey & Co., February work on ing the birds. The mayor decided the young attorney to Tampa.Mr. approaching primaries and pass a The fact.that the supreme court tax payers much money and has at

sewer contract, $5,950.54; Hamilton that in no other way could the proper Starbuck is one of Orlando's resolution for the purpose of forcing I rendered a decision which sustainedthe the same time conserved the interests

Johnson, for septic tanks, $2,710.56; authority to protect the birds be brightest and most promising young candidates for the legislature to pro- contention that the provisions of of the state and county. t

Ohio Well Drilling company, $.t 5.75. given. The Sentinel stated that Mrs. men, possessing besides his profes- nounce for or against good roads. It the Hay-Pauncefote treaty are not Butt's Stand for Justice

The sum of $176.50 was reserved on Newell would be Orlando's first woman sional attainments, fine literary abil- was felt by Some that this will renew applicable to vessels in the coastwise Tax Assessor Arthur Butt is serv-

the well drilling contract to indem- police officer. Mrs. Newell objects ity and discrimination. His many r the fight for good roads legislation I trade was noticed as an additional argument ing the last half of his second term,

nify the city for any defective work to the designation employed by friends will learn with pleasure of which will come up before the next I against the repeal of the tolls and will soon complete four years in

that may be shown within a year's the Sentinel, which, of course, is a this further step of progress in his legislature at its session.-Osceola exemption. ) office. Mr. Butt had several years of

i tme. If the work holds for that pe- matter of profound regret to this career. Journal. Representative Lafferty of Oregon experience in writing up the tax ;

riod without trouble the sum will be paper. It is certainly not the intent in his report said there was no doubt books before he was chosen assessor,

paid the company. The money was of any one connected with this publi-.1'j THE WEATHER Easter cards and Booklets are the but that any arbitration court would and is more familiar with this work,

held out in accordance with the terms cation to wound any one or to do anyone r'I'.. Florida: Fair Sunday; warmer in next in order. Curtis & .O'Neal have support the American contention in perhaps, than any: man in the county.

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1i PLACES OF> WORSHIP Styles. once: One two-chair barber LASTING 30 DAYS :
shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203 I MONDAY AT
Butts Wellshans has
got a new overcoat -
Boone street, doing good business; I
No. 1-10 21-2 mites southeast
that looks like it was cut out 10 acres good land just outside city acres I Motion Picture Co's
Montgomery
.METHODIST CHURCH of city, on hard road, all improved I
of a horse blanket, using an army limits, 125 bearing orange trees, 175 budded orange and grapefruit -
F I(At the Grand) dog tent as a pattern. lIe says it's I grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines, trees; just coming into bearing; I
and two large pecan trees; four room the land is of the best.
I 7-room house
the latest, but ;
we suspect some city
house, barn, good horse and Grand Theatre"THE
new rig I
C. E. Two 3-acre inside :
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; drummer has been playing a joke on farming implements. This place is No.of 2-city, nicely situated young groves to divide

Howard, superintendent him.-Oval (Pa.) Ledger. located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto into home lots.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. sell on account of health. Address
THEATER BEAUTIFUL"Every
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with broom -
League, 6:45 m.; J. N. Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at
Epworth p.
WOOD, COAL AND ICE Boone house and 200 bearing grove;
203 street 2-25-tf
Burden, presidentGood Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's the 5 acres is garden land divided in other Monday from now on we will show a f

music by the choir. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Try the Sentinel Job Department. acre .lots 4-5 and acres recorded.No. east between. Amelia two or three-reel feature of "THE ADVENTURES OF

and Concord avenues, just over city "KATHLYN," adapted from the stories by the popular

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE illMMMIIIIilllliMMMtlMIQMMMIMIMMMMMfWeekly limit line; a part of it to bearing American novelist, Harold McGrath, and produced by
Service at 11 a. m. Sunday; sub- grove and grapery; a fine 8-room
ject, "Substance." house and other buildings. This is a the .well known Selig Company. Pretty Kathlyn

Sunday school at 10 a. m. Magazi11es rare bargain to get a city home just Williams of antimated Picture fame heads an unusu-
over the city line. Give this your at-
Wednesday evening meeting 7:45. & Monthly i tention.No. sual strong cast in each picture of the series.

} Armory building. 5-40 acres, 20 improved with :Monday "THE ADVENTURE OF THE UNWELCOMED -
500 choice bearing orange trees, south
We would like.to call your attention that we now side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; THRONE," in three reels. This picture is on a par

CATHOLIC CHURCH carry a large assortment of Magazines and Newspapers. fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room with and made by the same company as "Thor, Lord of
Third Sunday in Lent Get in the habit of buying your Weekly and cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and
Low mass, 7 a. m. Monthly Magazines from us. shade; tennis court (cement); the the Jungle"; "In the Midst of the Jungle," and "Terrorsof

High mass and sermon, 10 a. m. show place of the South, known as the Jungle, for which you have paid twenty cents
the; Foss Grove. On account of the
Rosary, sermon and Benediction, DeLANEY & ABERNETHYNext death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no admission.

7:30 p. m. (Next Door to the IOc Store.) longer attend to the estate. This Besides "The Adventure of the Unwelcomed Throne"we
First communicants will receive means sell it.No.6Several.
Communion at the 7 o'clock "' IMMnaMMMIiilMllliilimilllllltl nice homes, close to will show one other special reel, making four in all.
Holy Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. MUSIC BY OUR SUPERB ORCHESTRA
mass. Also choice lots, close in.
A Jesuit priest from Tampa will eeMMMMIHMMMHIIMMMMIMIIMMHIIIIIIHM If you want to buy for home or investment 3:30 Continuous Performance until 10.00 p m.
the third of the Lenten I am a leader along these
sermon
preach lines. Call or phone and make date CHILDREN 5c . - ADULTS lOc
Sunday night series at the night ser
S for investigations.Open .

vice. evenings. TUESDAY, MARCH 17
Tuesday, St. Patrick's day, mass at ORLANDOASllINGTON A 19 W. Church St.-Phaie 398.
7:45 a. m. "THE BATTLE OF SHILOH," (In Four Reels.) Beau-

All welcome to all services. FOR SALE tiful story of love and heroism, with an historically correct I \

DRAWING ROOM Farm of twenty acres, about ten reproduction of one of the greatest military con-
s, ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALRev. acres cleared, about seven acres cultivated '
of all times for climax. !
flicts
Henry R. Remsen, priest-in- 21-2 miles west of Taft a
charge. SLEEPING CAR P.O., near Lake Davis. Good wire COMING SOON
fence on three sides. Small new
Third Sunday in Lent BEGINNING MARCH 14 house and well. About 15,000 feet of "The Third Degree," Thomas W. Ross in "Checkers";
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. saw timber. Land all dry and suit- '
Morning prayer, 10:30. VIA able for trucking or citrus fruit Am Hustin Farnam in "The Squaw Man.
too old to work it and will sell at a
The Communion and
Holy sermon, bargain. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. flillMIMIMMIMMIMMIIililMIIMMMIIIIIMrhdfe .

11 a. m.Evening. prayer and sermon, 7:30. LTLNTIC COAST T LINE[ 2-27-1m-d&w

Through the week, Lenten service

daily except Saturday at 5 p. m., with Economy and purchase -

brief address, and on Wednesday and OPENED FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M. of
T power your monRBALTY&SBBDco
Friday morning the litany and special W RIG H

intercessions Rev. Wm. at S.10 Little a. m.will give the FOR REAL ESTATE ey, ry Wright's" Farm 1


address ternoons.on Thursday and Friday af- Saturdays j aud n Tueays j jFOR \ rhdfe Orlando Our Business, Florida bulk.and Garden"Motto"Seeds.Quantityand in



S ,UNITARIAN CHURCH. RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON Quality. .

i Corner Central avenue and West ,V. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
street. : d9z. Best Creamery Butter lb
Fresh Eggs 29C 39C
W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. ORLANDO FLA. Sweet Milk 13c qt. Ice SOC 100 Ibs., Limes 150 doz.

Subject of sermon: "Our Bond of Sweet Milk 07c pint Fresh Butter Milk loc qt.
Union." George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,
Sunday School at 10 a. m. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
Poetry Hour, 10 a. m., Monday. (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with ordef.

Subject for the morning; "James iHIHMMflmMHMMItmUMMIMMMMMMIIMIMLouisville
<< Lee's Wife," by Robert Browning. 340 Acres Good Land S f

Unity Circle on Wednesday 3 p. m .

Subject for the afternoon: "Current 40 under fence 200 good trees two story house barn
Topics." S Nashville R. R. acres orange ,

At the meeting of the Round Table of three lakes. Snap bargain sale
: best water
on Friday evening, Mr. Fred Stanleywill OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO ,

give a paper on "Communistic i
Anarchism." Study hour and games CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,
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( ) Ar. Lexington .............. 6:40 pm Ar. Birmingham ............1%:10 n'n '
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J. E. Wray, pastor. Ar. Cincinnati ..........?.. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... 'I:40 pmAr.
Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am .............

Evansville 1:35
r C. E. Howard, superintendent of Ar. Detroit ................. '1:45 am Ar. St. Louis ............. 7:40 am am 'ORlAN BANK a TRUST 1 COMPANY
Sunday school; F. A. Curtis, chairman Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago .:............. 9:38 am
s' Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
board of stewards; H. H. Dick- Ar. Indianapolis ............ 7:00 am DIXIE FLYER
Ar. Chicago ............... 7:10 am
; son, treasurer. > DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm Orlando Florida.At .
s Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: The futat train to the West. Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:60 am ,
Lv. Jacksonville ........... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ...........12:00 n'n
p.m. Ar. St. Louis .............. 2:50 pa Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm the Close of business March 4th, 1914, as called for by the
Sunday- school.. 9:30 a. m. Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:60 am Comptroller of the State

Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.; Harry r
Hoffner, president Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L. 4 N. Diners. No Better I RESOURCESLoans
Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast. Nt Dost
Prayer meeting, at public school Dirt or and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $392,700.86

t building, 7:30 p. m., Wednesday. SOUTH coaches and ATLANTIC sleepers LIMITED to Cincinnati is solid through through sleepers train to with Louisville dining, Cleve-can, Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 1,130.41

"Heavenly Recognition, or Shall land and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays.. Di- Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33

We Know Our Loved Ones There?" DIXIE rect connections LIMITED to and Toledo DIXIE Detroit.FLYER Pittsburg.are solid Buffalo.through trains to Chicago Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 26,437.37

will be Dr., Wray's subject at the with coaches, dining can drawing room compartment and observation sleep Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 335,709.30
er through to St Louis on Dixie Limited over 5 hours fastest and only one
Grand Sunday morning, March 15th. night outMONTGOMERY
ROUTE has sleepers through to St. Louis daily, and con-
At his
night subject will be "God'sWireless necting sleepers to Chicago. $781,996.27LIABILITIES
Telegraphy."

Everybody most cordially invited. For reservations C. ,Florida information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H. Capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
L. & N.
Bretney, Passenger Agent, Railway,
f 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 30,854.36

To THE WEST 2-26-eod-2m Due to Banks . . :. .: . . . . . . . . . . 1,657.00

VIASfMINOU Deposits . . . . . ..:. . . . . . . . . . 649,484.91


LIMITED 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIti. $781,996.27

Deposits! on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 :
Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm pm Grove Land Deposits on Feb 4, 1914 . . . . . . . . . . 619481.91

Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L 9:00 pm :
Lv Waycross Ga., A. C.L__11:10 pm .
Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am : Increase in 60 days 128317.53
Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am
Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am This Season's Best Bargain The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga._ 7:30 amr
Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand
Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm @ to express their appreciation of their patronage, that

Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm : made such a statement possible. .
, Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm .
Ar Cairo, III, I. C._________11:07 pm : M. M. SMITH, President
Ar Carbondale, 111., I. C.1213 am 75'acres fronting half mile on Orlando- W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier

Ar St. Louis Mo., I. c._____ 7:05 am Sanford nard road. Borders a small lake, .. >mimmiiiniinffff MIIIIMMMMMIiMi
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Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C._____ 1:38 am suitable for irrigation purposes. In sight of .
.
Ar Matoon, Ill., I. C._______ 3:30 am -
Ar Champaign, III, I. C.____ 4:29 am and three minutes walk from R. R. station, Ads? NOTICE
Ar Kankakee, 111., I. C._____ 6:20 am Postoffice-and hotel accommodations. WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Every Try Our Classified
good ,
Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C..______ 7:50 am Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Solid Through Trains-Composed of Price Per AcreIt They have proven their worth many Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
$15
observation OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. times and will be just as valuable to 1915, pay off with interest to that
compartment, drawingroom .you if put to the test.- Let them be date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9,10,19
section, sleeping cars, and free must be sold immediately. your agent in: and 20, of the.City of Orlando seven
reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville Renting a house, selling property or er cent bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand 'anything on the market, finding lost ccording to the provisions made for
St Louis. All meals in articles, securing help or positonsin edemption in said bonds.
dining : a thousand ways they can be used Dated February 11, 1914.
car.For Or1o Real B Estate C.Pboae C. profitably. CARL JANSEN, City Cler:".
1( stets and Pullman car reservations -12-lm

all on L H. RAMSDELL Warman Repairs and Retires Baby
(W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, OPTOMETRIST Carriages on Court street 125tfNow' W. T. ENTRICAN,
or 514 Watkins Block Offers to Orlando the newest and best
D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, (SacecHor to Dr. 0. P. 1AiM) of workmanship in the painting and
Atlantic Coast Line the time to subscribe. Everybody -
decorating trade. Phone 636.
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"ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE" will be ready, in spite of? the many drawbacks we have

had to contend with, to welcome you next Wednesday. Music and Souvenirs will be among the features that

will help to make this opening the most memorable in the history of this community.


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II Our Policy ---Briefly Stated Stylish Readyto-Wear Garments |II j jToo

9 Our Attractive
.. much emphasis cannot be laid on the ,
Spring MillineryThe It will be our endeavor to make you remember this opening as a merchandising character of the apparel. A fine sense of fashion

event. We want to impress you with the sincerity of our desire and fabric fitness is disclosed by the entire line.

efforts of previous to serve you constantly, sincerely, and intelligently. The courtesy It is seasonable to a degree and of a quality that ;

seasons have been sur- extended on the opening day will be a fair indication of the courtesy you makes an unmistakable. appeal for the patronage j

passed this spring to will receive at all times. The merchandise then on display will accurately of well dressed women. 1
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provide millinery of define our attitude toward quality and style. .j
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most attractive design. ;a aF at ,j
We have honestly attempted to make this store most attractive in the ,
You will find here many F
matter of interior decoration and in the distribution of stock to make shop- 1
;, smart adaptions of chic ,
ping convenient and pleasant.The i
Parisian models and
Representative Lines in j
many exclusively American stock itself was selected with every regard for the quality and ,
creations. They are style of every item embraced in it. It is as'fresh as the paint itself and SUITS, '
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pretty. embraces among other things a noteworthy assortment of the most sea COATS

sonable styles in Men's, Women's and children's ready-to-wear garments, DRESSES JtI% U U I I

together with modist millinery. SEPARATE SKIRTS 1 '' ain

This is our Formal wool and cotton. 'j
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Sliriug g Milllie1Y! Opeuillg J i this is essentially an opening-our reception of the people'of Or- UNDERWEAR.HOUSE DRESSES I r. \ 1 !

lando-a welcome that we extend. Your visit involves no obligation to CHILDREN'S ROMP- ;

purchase. You may, however, do this, if you wish as we are all pre ERS DRESSES, J 1

The combined efforts of our New York Of- pared to transact business. Do not, however, defer your visit until you CREEPERS AND .

fice and ourselves will make this display one to .wish to buy-we are anxious that you should know us, and therefore bid BLOOMERS. I.
you enter on this-UUR GRAND OPENING DAY.
be remembered.



Our Spring Clothes for

Our Dress Goods and SilksNeed

Men and Boys

no eulogy-the newest weaves; the ,
newest designs; .the newest colorings are here Are from manufacturers who enjoya WASH FABRICS
with us in: > a national reputation for producing
quality clothing-and the seasonable Many of the designs and colorings are exclusive
Imported Crepe de Chines '.& -' ) ourselves of the 1
to
< Spring patterns are included to an extent many dainty patterns
Crepe Meteors i\ ." "' III u that permits the greatest free coming from that center of fashionParis.Silk .

Crepe Ratines -;.; 3 *!; T .-'... I* dom in making a suitable selection Mixture Voiles

Tweed Ratines v ** .1 of seasonable and stylish clothing.We Ratines .
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Eponge Ratines ;- r are sole representatives for Crepe De Chines
Printed and Embroidered Ratines. Shadow Crepes.
:t HART SCHAFFNER & MARX ..
Messalines Clothing For Men French Batiste,and Lawns
Chiffon Taffetas M Dolly Varden Crepes
"RIGHT
POSTURE" CLOTHINGFOR
Crepe Eoliennes Rice Cloths
BOYSMANHATTAN
Serges-Panamas-Voiles, etc. Grass Lawns
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are all fashionably "benched" shoes. The leather employed in their manufacture is from the premiere

4 tanners of the world. They are an unusual blend of style and serviceability, -comfort, too, has been incorporated

to a marked degrees as the styles adhere rigidly to the natural foot contour. Yet withal there has been no

compromise with the prevailing fashions iT footwear.
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"JOHNSON AND MURPHY" SHOES FOR MEN . . . . "COUSINS" SHOES FOR WOMEN'
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BE DISTRIBUTED
MUSICAL PROGRAMME
Just as an evidence of goodwill
For your entertainment we -a little something to occa-
have arranged a fine musical OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT .sionally recall the opening and
programme of a very exceptional -,
incidentally refresh the mind as
character. Throughout the IS ABSOLUTELY UNIQUE IN ITS COMPLETENESS, POSITIVELY THE LARGEST AND to our desire to serve you well.
,day visitors will be greeted MOST COMPREHENSIVE STOCK OF PROPRIETARY ARTICLES EVER CARRIED BY A We have aranged to distribute y
with classical and popular selec- GROCERY STORE. STAPLE ARTICLES A SPECIAL FEATURE. PRESERVES AND CANNED an unlimited number of very attractive
tionsrendered with rare excel FIRST ONLY! souvenirs. You will
GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ABSOLUTELY CHOICE GOODS certainly -
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THE DAILY ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION Classes for all ages and teachers with MttlMMMIillMMillltillltiliftMilM " " .
THE PLACES OF WORSHIP t
1'\: ; well prepared lessons.
South Florida Sentinel St. Patrick's day celebration to be I Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and

? MORNING AND WEEKLY held in Convent Hall, Tuesday evening 7:30 p. m. Rev. G. E. Edwards, of
'
; JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. March 17th, at 8 o'clock, for the CHRISTIAN CHURCH South Carolina, will preach at the Dickson-Ives Co1
---. benefit of school fund. A silver offer- Christian church service will be morning hour. Subject of sermon,
,. Entered, u Second at the Class postoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. Florida ing will be taken up at the door for held at 208 East Church street, Sun- "Tempted and Tried."
that purpose. All are cordially in- day, 2 o'clock p. m. Rev. Hurtzog, of The pastor's subject for the even-
TO ADVERTISERS: vited. Hiram, Ohio, will preach. ing will be, "A Young Man Comingto

C.P7 for display and all other handset Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Robt. Town."
advertising must be handed in at the business Bellamy, superintendent. I Attentive ushers.
MISS HART HOSTESS FOR THE Good music.
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. DEPARTMENTAL
.. the day before publication. This rule applies NULLOS CLUB Young People's meeting at 6:30p. STORfrlanao'
to chances for contract advertising: it is :
CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE Reid, president.
invariable and wifl be strictly adhered to. Miss Margaret Hart was hostess m.; Mr. Eugene
for the Nullos club yesterday, and in Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. Prayer and fellowship service on
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: addition to the regular players, two Preaching, 3:30 and 7:30 p. m. Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
One Year .............. ...... .$5.00 tables of visitors were her guests for Ladies' prayer meeting Wednesday Welcome! favorite
Six Months ................... 2.50 the afternoon, which was most en- afternoon at 3 o'clock. s Shopping
Three Months ................ 1.25 joyable. Bible study Thursday night at 7:30. Remember Thursday, March 19th,
. In Advance. at Grand theater, "The Martyr of An-
Mrs. M. M. Cloudman, scoring All are cordially invited.
tioch." Big midwinter concert of the
highest, received a leather cased Mendelssohn Club, assisted by Mrs.
SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 19U. drinking cup as guest prize, while FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Martha Palmer Carr, Mr. Forrest PLACE
Mrs. Dabney Carr, and Mr. Cyril Tyler of
Sylvan
McElroy won the club Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. Jacksonville. 3-14-lt
Wilson seems to have added a mat- prize. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R.
rimonial bureau to the departments Late in the afternoon the playerswere : O'Neal, superintendent. I NOTICE .

I at Washington. joined by Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Har- I Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. I Orlando, Fla., March 14, 1914.
o old Bourne, and Mrs. W. H. Cloud- Morning sermon, "Relative Values." To the People and Property Ownersof
The New York World is pitiless. man, and a dainty supper of chicken Evening sermon, "The Self Found. Orlando, Florida: VV

It observes that Page must be the salad, sandwiches, saltines, coffee, or- Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. chased We, the the plumbing undersigned and, heating having bus-pur-

guy that put ass in ambassador. ange ice and home-made cake was Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. iness ofV.. A. Slauter, 121 Court
o served.f m. street (next door to Lucerne theater),
Triplett invites the lake region editors Mrs. Merle McElroy will entertainthe A cordial invitation to all services. will add to the present stock, plumb-
to meet at Kissimmee. The hos- club on next Saturday. ing fixtures and sewer material in car
to fur-
load lots, which will enable us
pitality of that town is gracious. The Those in attendance yesterday were FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH nish you the best service on shortest
Sentinel accepts. Mrs. M. M. Cloudman, Mrs... G. V. notice. Our price will be 13 cents per
o Dickenson, Mrs. M. C. Hamblin, Mrs. Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., foot for sewer tile laid, from main

Since Editor Joe Humphries was W. M. Demming, Mrs. L. H. law- pastor. sewer to house connection. We do
with signed con-
of this church is not bind you any
The hospitality
appointed postmaster at Bradentownhis rence, Mrs Gaston :H. Edwards, Mrs.J. tract, as this proposition is open at
paper has, improved wonderfully. S. McEwan, Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw, most cordially extended to all who all times. We would be pleased to
, 5. Mrs. Beeman come within its doors. We want you call on you and give an estimate for
Is it due to more work or more leis- Harry Mrs. Harriet 1 WEDNESDAY
l to participate in all our religious services anything in our line.Respectfully. I
ure that this happens? Miller, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, Mrs. Syl- ,
o van McElroy, Mrs. Merle McElroy, I and varied activities. If you FERGUS & ROGERS,
John D. Rockefeller is summeringat 'and Mrs. LeRoy Giles. I have no church home here, come and Successors to W. A. Slauter..
Daytona. He tried wintering in . I be at home with us. Phone us your wants; phone 98. The 18th Day of March is to
the Pocantico Hills, but got stuck in IR. SMITH IN SEARCH OF ACOOK" Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Mr.
Samuel A. Newell, superintendent. Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. be Remembered
the and I
snow, came to Florida for
some golf and sunshine.The Thanks are due Mrs. Amelia M.
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admission did a commendable sheriff to of women Hillsborough thing to witness in refusing county the both refreshingly delightfully in Winter original entertained Park play and an Orlando.that audience has so Cash to Loan on I 'IIO R IG Or[ I G':1I:

recent hanging in Tampa. The law "Mr. Smith in Search of a Cook"was ?
should require executions to be pri- written by Mrs. Hopkins' daughter -
vate. Mrs. Amelia Weed Holbrook, and City Property

, o was her personal contribution to the of all departments.

With a trade balance in his favorof town adornment committee, whose I
fifty millions for the month of Jan- chairman (also Mrs. Hopkins' daughter -
uary, old Uncle Sam is feeling pretty ) wished to produce a play that Real Estate bought and sold ON THAT DAY .
well. Where is the fellow who said would augment the fund used for the

that the Democratic tariff would be improvement of the parks. for cash or on commission.Dr. .
ruinous? The pleasure that Mrs. Hopkins has
Dry Goods Men's Furnishings Groceries
'0 afforded us by this timely gift to the -

After six years of struggle the Eau chairman will long be remembered.The .

Gallie Record has given up the fight, humor of the characters was admirably JL. J. TAYLOR.Rock etc. etc., etc.
.
and announces its suspension in the interpreted by the entire
last issue. The publisher says he is cast, and full justice was done the .
forced to quit becaue the businessmen versatile author, as evidenced by the Building, Upstairs.l4iiHMIIMitMtlMiltttlllMltlMIMitt

of the place do not support the almost uninterrupted laughter. 25 DEPARTMENTS[ 25A /

paper. This is to be regretted. Eau ttftftfiiiiifitttltlMMm
Gallie will be without a newspaper, POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR liitll
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI
and a town that hasn't a paper mightas hereby announce myself as a candidatefor FULLER R. L FOX
well close up shop. Registration re-election for to Orange the office County of Supervisor subject to of A. Y. cordial invitation is :extendedto

o the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd,
Our friend Chic Acosta, who says 1914. FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR THE PALMS AUTO COREO everyone
, he is running for congress in this
SHERIFFI
district, in recounting his record allows hereby announce myself as a candidate MOTOR CARS
that he supported_that provisionof for Democratic Sheriff of primary Orange of County June 2nd.subject 1914.to the DON'T FAIL TO BE PRESENT.Souvenirs

the Bryan primary law for keepingthe FRANK GORDON. For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a .
registration books open at night. FOR COUNTY TREASURER
t S Chic should recall that part of his :I hereby announce myself a candidate for full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force
Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the
platform. It isn't likely that any reg- Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914.J. All our work is absolutely
. H. TUCKER. of competent repair men.
istration officer in the state observed

it. FOR TAX ASSESSORI guaranteed.
hereby announce my candidacy for the
o office of Tax Assessor of Orange County sub-
The registration books will I ject to the action of the Democraitc primary
open called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and ,
again tomorrow and will remain open elected I pledge you my faithful service.

until April 15. All the district books ARTHUR BUTT. THE PALMS AUTO CO for the ladies from the Dry
will be held at the court house by the FOR TAX COLLECTORI
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
supervisor and voters from any part re-election to the office of Tax Collector
of the county may register there. The of Orange County subject to the Democratic FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.ItmillllllllMIMMIMMtMMimmiMlimillH. Goods and Grocery Departments .
primary to be held June 2nd 1914. If re-
registration thus far is not more than elected I pledge to you my faithful service
half of what it should be. Let those as I have endeavored to give W. in E. the MARTIN.past. I and for the men from the Men's

.who neglected to register in the first

heat make ready and get under the Furnishing Department.
wire for the second.

o
As Chairman Fearnside views it

the state committee had might as .
well abolish itself. There is a wail

of regret in this remark from the
state chairman. He is one of the old
. .
time politicians, and all of the old f'" -
Is Your Heart "In the Ring"
ones have yearnings for the conven- ,
tion plan of nomination. But the new .
primary law has eliminated much unnecessary Isn't it about time you "elected" the girl of your

work, and this is at least dreams as mistress of your heart and home, and pre-

one feature which should be approvedby sented her with

all.

o An Engagement Ring? e
Hillsborough county and Orange

county seem to be about the only You can win girl's heart with your Jewelry,
counties in which the candidates are any
* not numerous. In Orange county the Just show her the newest designs and let her choose Ovi 'Mail Order r Departifieni e

I condition seems to be, first, that we the setting she prefers and we'll mount a white dia- .
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have an unusually fine set of officials mond of the purest water.
and there is no disposition apparentto have too.
\Ve wedding rings,
make
Is a great help to our out-of-town customers,
oust good men; secondly, every- .' .
=; body is so busy attending to his own .# use of it whenever you can. Samples or information
business and making money that hehasn't L 1 55 ,', h

time to think of running for ,'.. . .. '. or ,. .. cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
office-that is, not yet. Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues
o
The Lakeland Telegram pays Col. I ., We invite comparison values. 1'
Thomas Appleyard, secretary of the

press association, a just complimentfor
securing Vice-President Marshallas
the principal speaker at the press
; meeting to be held at Fort Myers i in T.I1.vansthe Jeweler
is all-day hus
ApriL Cot Thomas an
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tler, and is on speaking terms with
more prominent man than any news-
in Florida. Col Thomas OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
man
paper 1
r has a way of going straight to head- Orange Ave. Orlando
: quarters when he wants anything. He
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Pure Candy is More Than a i n o I FAVORITE THEATRE j 0:11 1

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Mere Pleasure. Here's Why.Of I Mi i M.I g I '1
I Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. 1

Admission 5
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course, hundreds of people all over the coun- I I .
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try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to PROGRAM .

satisfy that desire for something sweet-..and you also Eclair. "Lady Babbie. A three-
't I BUYS AND SELLS reel drama, featuring Barbara Ten- Jewelry
have done the same thing many times.If nant and 0. A. C. Lund. This costume -
production, laid in colonial days, ,ak j
we can convince you that pure candy is REAL ESTATE for richness, accuracy of settings and ';
romantic atmosphere, is superior to The variety of articles
healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. anything ever done by the Eclair- V t

then realize that is well nversal company. An excellent feature shown in our store
point, why you'll your money play and the price is only 5

when buy Candy from our large assort- cents. is
spent you 400 acres within three very great. fl
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miles of Kissimmee, two MRS. SLEMONS HOSTESS FOR
We have for all
i YOUNG MATRONS' CLUB D you
mile facing Orlando-Kis- ;
The Young Matrons' Card club was --
that is and best
newest
simmee brick road, $20 ; prettily entertained by Mrs. Philip

BUTT'S K&NDY& KITCHEN[ per acre if sold within Siemens on Friday afternoon, and in Jewelry. 11V l
substi-
who
Mrs. W., M. Demming,

30 days. 3-J4.Im ; tuted for Mrs. Davis Fishback, won Every article will D j J

t The home of pure home-made Candies the club prize.
;I illMIIMIMIMIIIIIIIIIHMr. At the conclusion of the games the give years of satisfaction i
Ii i guests, Mesdames Gordon Wright,

Orange Avenue I and Mrs. T. G. Connel arrived Leonard and Joe Bumby, S. E. Ives, --only goods of quality t

Jr., Demming, and Lee Miller, were
in Orlando
I yesterday to enjoy a visit.
served to a delicious salad course. offered under our fi 1
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Canada, was among the arrivals at guarantee. UEl 1
Malcolm W. Wade announces a
the San Juan yesterday.WOMAN'S .
I Mr. and Mrs. Travis and Mrs. De- friendly visit from the stork, who lefta

min, of Canisteo, N. Y., are visiting fine baby daughter at his home 1j

THE TUNER Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Boardman. The Baptists MISSIONARY Woman's Missionary SOCIETY will early be yesterday known through at high her noon.early days She El Allen & Co 11 1

ORLANDO, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cameron arrived Society will hold its regular meeting .j
Wade. Grandfather New-
yesterday from Huntington, W. and a "barrel offering" and birthday Mildred JEWELERS
and threatens to
ell is mighty proud II
Va., to visit Misses Sarah and Helen offering at the residence of Mrs. A.
buy himself a new pipe or do some Everything Guaranteed.
Biggs, 107 Lake street. Mrs. Cam- B. Johnson, Monday afternoon at 3
Mrs. J. B. Willis is spending the eron and the Misses Biggs are sis o'clock. The proceeds will be givento reckless thing in honor of the occas- I Reliable Repairing.

week-end with her daughter at Se- ters. the support of aged ministers. sion.

bring, Fla. Mr. Isaac H. Paige, of Glen Castle,
OF THE DICKSON-IVES
OPENING
Mrs. W. W. Rafter, of Denver, Col., N. Y., arrived Wednesday and is so MENDELSSOHN CLUB
will sing a solo in St. Luke's Cathe- well pleased with Florida that he is Special rehearsal for the Mendels- COMPANY WEDNESDAYIf

dral Sunday at the morning service. negotiating for property at Taft with sohn choral will be held Monday

Mr. H. M. Bailey and Miss :M. Bai-I the..intention of becoming a perma- night at 8 o'clock, at the Baptist any one reads the Sentinel this

ley arrived yesterday from Portland, nent resident.Mr. church. As this is one of the last morning he can not fail to notice the ((6. .J)

Oregon, and are pleasantly located at I and Mrs. 0. W. Conner and rehearsals for the concert which is-to page advertisement of the Dickson- .=0= .
i the San Juan. be given on Thursday night, all mem- Ives company, which announces the
daughter, Miss Lillian, Mrs. Wm. Sul- bers are expected to be present. opening of that department store
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dallas' and livan, Mrs. R., C. Sullivan, and Miss Wednesday. This enterprising firmis tlllll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlhave
their two sons, Masters Lohman and motored Orlando
Lyon to yesterdayfrom
MRS. DOW ENTERTAINS D. A. R. now filling the handsome remod-
Fay, were in Orlando yesterday from Tangerine, and spent several
CHAPTERThe elled store on Orange avenue with afresh
Maitland.Rev. hours i
very delightfully. stock of goods in every line car-

Eleanor Gordon, the talented J. B. Smith, former lieutenant of local chapter of the Daughtersof ried by a comprehensive departmentstore. money to loan on improved ,
pastor of Unity Chapel; will speak at signal service, Confederate: army of the American Revolution held an The opening will be an eventof

the Tourists' Headquarters tomorrow Virginia; Col. Bowden, of New York, interesting meeting yesterday at the much interest to Orlando and Or:

afternoon at 3 o'clock. and W. H. Howard, of this city, will home of Mrs. Chas. P. Dow. The ear- ange county, and everybody must be

Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey and :Mr. be dinner guests of Mr. Uriah Seely ly part of the afternoon was occupied present to appreciate the great city property..

and Mrs. Bryan Read, of Chicago, arrived today. Mr. Seely is patriotic instructorof with routine business, after which the amount of work and monay expendedto ,

in the city yesterday and are the G. A. R. of New Jersey. regular members were joined by produce such wonderful results.

stopping at the San Juan. Even the picture shows have caughtthe eighteen visiting Daughters, and an
Miss Mildred Newell has returned TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
entertaining and instructive programwas
I inspiration of the tourists' head-
from visit to New York and is s.JV.A
a gven. "Pennsylvania" was the
quarters, and last evening both the WANTED-To buy a good horse or
again at the ,home of her parents, Grand and the Lucerne showed pretty subject of a paper by Mrs. A. B. mules cheap. Address. P. 0. Box
,Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Newell. slides made by Robinson, advertisingthe Whitman; "New Jersey," by Mrs. W. 194. It

Mrs. Minerva Olive arrived yesterday attractions and accommodationsthat M. Crosby, and cketches of the lives H Phone 172WMMtlMilMMIIillllllMMitHIMIimmMli :
FOR SALE-Phaeton, harness, and
i from Green Cove ,Springs. She may be had free of charge at the of Zachary Taylor and James K. Polk two-seated carriage. All in good
[was accompanied by her guest, Mrs. room on Pine street. were given by Mrs. S. R. Hudson and condition. Curtis & O'Neal. 3-15-tf J

[Warren Davey, of New York city. Mrs. Dora Davis.
Mrs. W. B. Swan and little daugh- I I Mrs. Helen S. Hogan and Miss The next meeting of the D. A. R. FOR RENT-Exceptionally well fur- i
Alice Graves, her sister of versailles, nished bungalow. Immediate pos- -
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Eleanor who have been visiting
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of Dr. and Mrs. R. M. .session. Everything necessary for
Ky., are guests Jessie M. Lake Cherokee. tMIMIIMIIHIIMHilllMMMIMHimmMHtilile
nth Mrs. B. Beacham, leave today Thayer, on convenient housekeeping. Reasonable .
Buckmaster for a few days. Theyare
for their home in New York city. rent. Phone 401, or 239, or call at
delighted with this section and LUCERNE WILL SHOW GASPA- 514 South Lake street. 3-15-lw
Mrs. Richard P. Marks, of Jack that Florida is not only the land
say PICTURESThe
onville, arrived in the city last even- of sunshine and flowers but is also the RILLA FOR, RENT-Nicely furnished front P tti Free'
g and is the house guest of her par- real'"Land of Promise."; Lucerne will have two big feature room; reasonable rent for the remainder Factaae i J i
[nts, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Siemens. reels the coming week, besidesa of the season. Address 217
Col. T. J. Watkins of Orlando
was fine assortment of other pictures E. Robinson avenue. 3-15-3t
Mr. Geo. T. Barr was called to
in Kissimmee ret-
yesterday taking a -
which is sure to please. Monday
{Greenville, S. C., yesterday in. re- the Gold small diamond in -W'---':!
rospective view of town, and paid night the four reel production of the LOST- ring, ;; J
spouse to a message announcing the the Valley Gazette a very pleasant ,low setting; initials inside. Returnto
of Provence" will be
ex
"Legend Orlando Water and office
serious illness of his brother, Mr. , Light
has
call. Mr. Watkins had
falter Barr. printer'sink hibited. This is a pretty story of and receive reward. 3-15-3t We will give a package of Warner's Spaghetti free
his and still loves to
,on fingers convent life with thrilling dramatic
Judge William Martin, Tax Col- hear the hum of the cylinder press. features. Thursday night the Lu- SEED! SEED! SEED! with every purchase of a package of Warner's Maca-

tor Arthur Butt, County Clerk B. He was highly pleased with the equip- cerne will show the pictures taken Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
I. Robinson and Judge John M. Cheer ment'of the Valley Gazette.Kissimmee during the recent Gasparilla festivi- Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf roni.

were among the Orlando fanso Valley Gazette. Take of this special offer. Good for
ties in Tampa. This pageant is said 3 auto advantage
witnessed the ball between ,T.,S. Abernethy, livery, phone
game Col. Jos; L. Guernsey one of Or to have been the greatest of the kind 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf "
this week only.
e big league teams at St. Petersburg lando's real boosters, and, by the way, ever produced in this part of the

the Friday. Mr. Claiborne Waltonsaw he is a booster for the entire state, world, and the pictures are realistic.Mr. C.'W.. Riley, the photographer, has

game Saturday spent yesterday here and was a most Allen Kent, the new manager of moved his business from 405 Hughey

pleasant caller at this office. The the Lucerne, has just returned froma street, and can now be found at 303
TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO colonel is getting along' in the three tour to secure the best that can be Garland street. Call and see him. THE SANITARY GROCERY I
Chiropodist for both men and wo. score class, but is yet one of the lead. had of the late pictures, and he has 3-7-lw 4

men. Manicure, pedicure, face and ing men; of Florida, and any city succeeded in booking a brilliant line.
scalp m S3ge. Feet a specialty. L. should be proud to call him a resident. The pictures at the Lucerne from now CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over Eat what you want.
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm I-Kissimmee Valley Gazette. on will always be the best to be had. Eat all you want.
Take a postscript and forget it. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
For sale by all durggists.


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Monday's Program at So extra charge for house treatment

Telephone connections
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notable Thanhouser Feature, Complete ,in Four Reels CARNATIONS, PANSIES, $350.00Four

featuring Miss Maud Fealy. .A beautiful story and a POTTED PLANTS

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I held over until after the June prima- combings to us. Don't destroy ,
will make what '
them. We
Fort Christmas, Fla., March 11.- ries. you want.I:
C Come and see our stock and examine !
!l Everyone here is busy planting his MUNNIMAKERS our work. We invite inspection. If'',

crops. President F. E. Brawner, of the Notices of Lost, Wanted, For Sale. For you haven't the hair we supply it. i

Quite a number of citizens took in defunct Pensacola State bank, will be j 60c Rent for etc three. for days this or column.$1.00 for 2iic one for week one,day for Our stock is genuine. We make everything & 'S. TRANSFER
to order. Will cash for,'
the county fair in Orlando. Among tried in the court of record on the 25 words or less. Money must accompany pay 1 1
J- I the advertisements for this column as no combings. Nicholas & Nicholas, 303 \
t' those who went were Mr. Henry Os- 19th of this month. He is charged insertions will be made on credit Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm'J

J teen and family, Mr. Harney Partin with the misapplication of funds of .
FOR SALE-Automobile, and city ORLANDO FLORIDA
FORREN1FOR ,
t ,. and family, Mr. J. H. Wheeler and the bank, to the amount of $6,000, lots from$125 t o225 apiece. Wm. :.
1- two children, Mr. Jack Osteen, Miss this representing a loan he made to I. Higgins. 3-8-6t
;r- Nancy Osteen, Messrs. Henry Douglas the Brawner-Riera Co. RENT-5-room house, partly : OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174
I
furnished. See Frank Soper/'Room
FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one
t Zess Canada, Arch and George acre in bearing orange grove; six 3, MNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t :
}< Hodge, Jim Osteen, John Cox. Work on the new school building to acres cleared; part of land suitablefor I

} Rev. E. Lee Smith preached his be erected in Arcadia, will commence I gardening and trucking; located FOR RENT-Large attractive room : I
half mile from city limits public in bungalow. 203 Ridgewood '
t farewell sermon here Sunday. He within a few days. on new
I road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., avenue. 2-4 tf :
was called to a larger field of work
Box 431, 3-10'tf
1 care city._
I.it than this and had to give this one up. FOR SALE FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house FOR RENT-Completely furnished :
Nursery stock, one, two, three and I house containing five rooms and 1
We all realize our great loss in losing and farm land
garden on Conway
; four year old buds; Foster Early, bath, also screened sleeping porch. :
}. Mr. Smith as our pastor. He has clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115.
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- Will rent to small family only. FredB. I
our best wishes wherever he goes. ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle 3-20-lm-d&w_ Dale, 306 Anderson street. 3-14-6t :
Mrs. Tom Cox is visiting her daughter Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand
FOR RENT-Unfurnished, good size :
unimproved land. See S. S.
i- Mrs. Hatch, in Okeechobee. Mr. Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm house; fine location, near Lake LuI I I -
FOR SALE Three minutes walk from the J
Jt Cox also went but stayed a few days cern
FOR SALE postoffice. Fred B. Dale, 306 Anderson :
located three miles from
only. 20 acres An elegant modern home four bed- street. 3-14-6t J
; JJ REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN
f Dr. S. W. Nettles and family left city on proposed brick road; eight rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- J
' acres bearing grove; two acres FOR RENT-Cheap, from April 1st, :
; for Deer Park Tuesday, where they tricity throughout; fruit trees and
f to live. We are tar lose cleared and ten acres timber; four flowers. 509 East Central avenue. cottage, 15 East Amelia avenue. I Orlando and Sanford and Intervening \ \
expect sorry room cottage. Price $3,500. 215tfHIMMIttltlfMliniillttitilMilMIMMIMMIIIIMf Inquire at cottage. 3-14-6t :
1. Mr. Nettles and family from our com- 25 acres four miles from city; 'ten Points

{< munity. acres in grove, four hundred bearing I
} and two hundred threeyearold -
i Mr. D. D. Hodges, a prominentmerchant orange grapefruit trees; twelve acres I II : Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick ;
.: of Sanford, here last I
was fruit land and three acres garden I
II Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ; ;
{ week visiting relatives and friends. land; cottage and barn, located on I

Mr. and Mrs. Gore, Messrs. Ben. lake front. Price $5,000. One Bungalow Left to Sell :
70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland tltllMlltiltitiitlllltltttlimitMiailMilillMim
? Gore, Smith and Brown, of Pickett, ; three and one-half miles from

! attended church here Sunday. city. Price $30 per ,acre.
t Miss Bessie Hodges came home Five-room cottage and lot one hun : -
; from Chuluota and spent Saturday dred by four hundred feet; located on M. J. DAETWYLER I
I main highway leading out of city. 1
I and Sunday. I Price $2,000.Five II '
Mr. Arch Hodges has accepted a! acres of bearing orange grove, I I New Spring Materials

l position in Sanford and left for that' well located. Price $2,000. Phone 563MiMltiMiilHIIIMIIIIitttlMHIHtttiiitMlltitit

if place last week. 140 acres overlooking a beautiful

'If Mr. and Mrs.'Tilden Jacobs, of Chu, lake railroad, one station and one-fourth and packing miles house from; I I In Foulards, Embroidered Crepes, Ratine

2 luota, attended missionary meeting, 20 acres bearing orange grove con- .
I here two Sundays ago and each gave I taining fourteen hundred trees. The i \ Crepes, Dainty Flaxons. The latest stylesin
remaining land is high grade fruit
.t. a very interesting talk on missions. and garden soil. Price $12,000. FOR SALEA 1 I FOR RENT-Large, well furnished

: Miss Nancy Osteen returned to her 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well first-class grocery business; best I I I room to persons wishing suburban Millinery.
home in New Smyrna, after a visit of located. Can be had at a bargain.J. location in the city; doing $2,500 accommodations' ; also 2 acres good
truck land, close in. Good opportunity
three weeks here. E. CRAWFORD, worth of business month I
good
per ; "
>, Misses Agnes Clark and Edith Cor- Office Over Blue Drug Store, :line of customers, and rent reasona Sentinel for right person. Address 9-8tf A, :MISSES: HAMILTON & SINNt
117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, :ble. Good reasons for selling. For
ton, our teachers, returned Sunday, Orlando Florida.
particulars, call at this office. 13-3t
I HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms,
after their homes
a a pleasant trip to 2-20-tf
modern; located at 311 N. Orange
t and the fair. Mr R. W. Corton and I FOR SALE-Ford runabout; bargain avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave

L son brought them down. SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI I city.if taken at once. Address Box 3-13-1w 594, nue. 2-24-tf Agents for Barclay Corsets '
am now organizing an excursion
party to New York and Albany, via I FOR RENT-Room and board. Ad-
CRAWFORD CALLED IN TO AD- Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, FOR SALE dress 25 Gould street. 3-12-3t McCall's Patterns .
, VISE ON POSTMASTERSHIP April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 A family pony, 5 years old, gentle,
from Orlando to Albany, which includes good saddler and driver; also top I FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the
Washington, March 13.-The Jack- baggage transfer in Jacksonville buggy and harness. Bargain. Apply week or month; cheap. Phone 571,
and New York. Special redaction 107 E. Amelia avenue. 3-14-lw or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm
p onville postoffice muddle refuses to to those starting at Jacksonvilleor HtHMIMMIMIIMMHIIHIIIMMHIMIIII H; ;

clarify. The senators seem' unable to stopping at New York. For good FOR SALE-Horse, buggy and har- CHEAP-Two nice furnished rooms
get together and it is stated here that berth and rooms make J reservationsnow ness-Bargain if taken at once, or for light housekeeping. 206 South Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
Postmaster General Burleson has of C. P. Smith, Hand building, will exchange for Ford runabout. Ad- street. 3-13-3t .
corner Orange avenue and Church Box 3-14tf
dress 569, City. !
I summoned Florida National Commit- street, before March 21. 3-5-tf FOUND-A watch. Owner can have

teeman John T. G. Crawford to Wash- FOR SALE-Shetland harness same by calling,at this office and
pony with
paying for ad. 3-13-tf I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage,
ington to act as advisor. and cart. Will sell at bargain if
and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
r bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA- rose house
.: It now appears that Dignan can ForSa1eModern Circle. 3-7-lw-d&w A quaint, delightful little town in Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
not be appointed owing to the unqualified I : which to spend a few weeks en route six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special

opposition of Senator Fletcher, i WANTED north. Heart of,the mountains. Tonic heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
who has offered two other names to climate. Scenery unsurpassed. Par-
for laundry or
Bryan as acceptable to him. If the WANTED-Good stenographer, at ticulars, Miss Willis, Dixie Hall. ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable
8-room once. Apply B. M. Robinson, Court 3-8-6t furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
senators continue to disagree Craw- House. 3-10-6t These
House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200.
-; ford'may be asked to suggest someone Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em between. I
House with house
2 doors WANTED family washings at lots connect at the corners, rose
i who may be acceptable to both once, from 50 cents up. Home o* Court street. 12-5-tf offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

a senators, yet this will be a hard mat west of Wyoming Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. to all.
I Open
FOR RENT-Comfortable
ter as Crawford and Fletcher love 3-8- cottage,
large yard overlooking Lake Adair,
each other not. Hotel. Bargain
. WANTED-To buy a second-hand I city limits, Apopka road. $8'per E. N. COY
The Floridians here are really be- I Ford touring ear. Apply 306 E. month until November. H. C. McDan-
comingamused over the situation be- ; I South street. 3-13-3t iel. 3-13-lw 307 West St., Norifa,0rbio

cause they know how pleased the rank i i ii .
MHBBMMMMM WANTED-Position as bookkeeperand W. T. ENTRICAN,
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and file of the Democracy at home II MIIIIIIM
of
stenographer, by a lady ex-
'is over the fact that a good Republican ; A. L. Bentley, perience. Address M., 114 Court Makes a specialty of painting, paper
continues to linger at the pie I street. 3-13-6t ing; refinishing floors, furniture, etc.

counter there. It is whispered that ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUE \ I Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Phone 636: 1-21-lm RUn THE SENTINEL fOR THE NEW

t Senator Fletcher would not be dis- illllllllHitllllllilliit on Court street. 12-5-tf For the news, read The Sentinel



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SPEECH[ H WAS CONANSD[ [O To Be Sold WithinlODays For Sale : THE MARKETOf


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near Orlando and one-half mile
Cleanliness Of
oughly Understood by the QualityFRESH
People Over Home from one df the new County
What is known as the E.V.. Bullock home.

Mrs. Bullock has taken up her residence in Georgia, brick roads. AND SALT MEATS
London, Eng., March 13. Ambassador

Walter Hines Page today received where she has large business interests. The ladyis 1,300 orange and grape fruit FISH AND GAME

from Secretary Bryan notifica- here for a few days and is ready to make very attractive trees. 600 trees in full bearing
tion of the senate resolution about his prices to those wanting a home or for an Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
700 two years from bud. 30,000
speech on the Panama canal and the investment. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Monroe doctrine delivered before the nursery trees some of which are
Meet the lady at my office and do your trading and
pure.
Association' of Chambers of Com- direct with her.CHAOICK'S. ready to bud. Present bloom in-

f merce on Wednesday. dicates at least 3,500 boxes this We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
The secretary of state requestedthe
everything in the Meat Line.
ambassador to cable an explanation year. Good 7-room residence.

of the began speech preparation.and Mr. Page of immediately his- H REAL[ L [SUn AND D This is the finest grove bargainin

reply. the County. $6,000 cash, balance -. The PARLOR MARKET

After reading fuller accounts of Business ExchangeOPEN one, two and three years.
the proceedings in the senate Am-
? H. M. Self & Co.
bassador
Page came to the conclu- EVENINGS .
sion that the senators had been mis- Cooper Atha
led by the excessive condensation of 19 W. Church Street Phone 398 : PINE STREET i

his remarks in regard to his interpre- .miMiiMittimiittMimttimitiMititiMiMMMJust lit South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
:
tation of the Monroe doctrine.Mr. Phone No. 80
Phone No. 311
Page declared that he had dis- I,
tinctly said that the United States 4 iiiMiiMHiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiMiiiiiuiaWe

t would object to or prohibit any European -

power from taking more terri- .
tory in the new world and then in I MilMMMMItMtllMlimilllMMMIItMiMMHiMMMimiMllilHIIieilimW.

concluding had said amid the laugh-
\
ter of the audience: i

"So you see that the United States 4f.ZY' .

would prefer no European powers M. SLEMONS
should gain more territory in the new
L world." .

The ambassador's remarks, he de- 1 arrived car load .
clared, had been
too greatly con-
densed.In FORDS for immediate New Goods Arriving Daily


this day ad: age it is conceded delivery. '

that a i-ractical education is the best .
dowry parents can bequeath to their Get yours nowF. r

sons and daughters, and it is that
which will lead them up to the great- G. RUSH,

est success in life. And he who Phone 226 We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
shares in
providing advantages for
this educational training is doing made by Schloss Bm, of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Boys' .
more for the world and humanitythan
if he had left to his heritage a r Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

palatial abode and vast fields of the Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, On Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
richest soils on earth.GainesvilleOhio .
( ) Advocate. l&Co. I Best place in the city to trade.


NOTICE-I will not be responsible -

for any debts contracted by my

wife after todayMarch 11, 1914.
W. M. SLEMONS
3t C. T. HUNGERFORDSentinel


want ads. get results. ORANGE AVENUE

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DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND Auto ml
Half Soles, 7c to 850 Supreme

Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75cChildren's _SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED have made good. Why? Be-
| Half Soles,sOc to 7sci

i I Heels Hand Turned Soles, '1.01 I Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDv The oil that has cause experience has taught us how to

Repaired 250 ............. ....
Lv Orlando, A. C. L.......12:31 am 3:13pm I Orlando ...... 3:13pm
All work returned in hours r Jacksonville A. C. L... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pmv stood the supreme -
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N Orders without remittance v Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25pmv Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pmv I make formulas that suit all conditions
re- Waycross A. C. L..11:50am 105 pm Waycross A. C. L. .............10:20 pm test I
turned C. 0. D. We pay r Macon, G. S. &: F....... 5:13pm 4:15amr r Macon. G. S. & F. .............. 3:46amr .
return postage. Atlanta C. of Ga...... Ohm 7i25aia Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. 7:12an for both orange trees and vegetables.
Ar Knoxville L, &: N..1%:19
r Chattanooga W. &: A..12:18am 11:55 am r Corbin L. &; N. ................ 3:16pm pm : THAT; -
r Nashville N. C. &: St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. &: N. .............. 9:00 pm
A, son Ar St. Louis L C.&: 1.&:N. %:50 pm, 1:20 am r Indianapolis ?a. L. ............ 1:50 am
Nowis the
I Ar Lexington L, &; N. ............ 6:50 t time to fertilize
i9'.East; Pine Slr t Ar Hopkinsvffle. L. *: N........... 6:ZT pm I Ar Cincinanti. L. &; N. eo........... 8:50 pn pIlII
; ORLANDO f lO IDA Ar Evansville L. &: N..... 9:%8 am 9:25 pm Ar Kalamazoo, G. R. & L ..........1%:%0 pa Goo Gulf Gasoline
Ar Terre Haute, C. t E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar Crand Rapids G. R. & Leo..... %:45 pIlI
+ .'lIMIMMIIMMM IIIHJM Ar Chicago C. &: E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:5ha r Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:15an ,

\ I I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED i The Southern Fertilizer Co.

Dr. BucKmaster l Solid try vOfflpose" .
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mPartmeilt
room sleeping cars obeerva ion .
cars and dining car, between Jacksofrl l1e and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches Orlando PHONES: Once 3Z, Plant 31 'Florida
i Chicago, and section drawing-room sletp.1Z between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and : P. G. WALTON Aat. I
ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. /:cjcsonville! Louisville and Indianapolis: \
Osteopathic Physician A BLACK EYE LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
DIXIE FLYER througVs&Pu i < car between Jacksonville and
132 Orange Avenue Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also r Hman sleeping car between While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"
artment, observation sleepers, and electlic Jacksonville and 'GtCpd Rapids on Mondays l"IH PHONES 450-269 IIIIII You give one to your own judgmentif or "News" sightseeing automobilesfor
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-
Next door to People's Bank, lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each ir$. Dining car you don't use Sentinel wants to Lookout Mountain, Point Park,
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlaata and Ctianati. ** I battlefield
Missionary
up-stalrs. Acute and chronic '"\. solve your little worries and prob- Chickamauga
lems. Ridge and historical points. For reservations
diseases treatedTelephone FOR TICKETS, PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION. WRITE OR CALL'f h'l seed from DeLa-
Buy garden address 910 Market street33Apr.
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. ne). & your Abernethy. Just received a ,
578. Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando big sMpment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf Ever Try our Classified Ads. 23H'"fr i:

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COUNTY CAMPAIGN OPENS IIIPI II ',IIIIIIII IIIIIrp'I (I!! Nill, 1, !Ir Illi rl! M'p irN T i ilNl II ILr rj I ,' Ityl'I' I i IIII I+II1g11I!I'i,li IyF' II I II L IIr! jG ;II I III i III!!, ,I ,' ,! i ,,;'I,, .rh ,. I rdg, 4fy'I it I' .r d '
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Continued from J II hl II ''I I; ILIGI I ar I n dl 61111 W !' t I I I"I II'I I il' I n ll'Ij/ 11' J; q I'' l;,! I I I tl I! I f, l ,1 I ; q I "r 4' ,
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He has made in his time some twentyof
P those huge volumes filled with land

.: .' descriptions that nobody except an
.<< experienced person can understand,
much less execute. Mr. Butt is a .
home man, having lived in Orange
county all of his life except the first 'B '| ''

old eight settlers years of though it. He not is an one old of man the,I . 4 to\ it) <
and it would be foreign to his nature r=:--= =

)I r and any rearing movement to which be in sympathy is not for with the 01 YOUR HOME and} CHILDREN: B-f;

good of his home people. This was

I strongly asserted a short time ago Depend largely upon how much you
when the newly created state tax

"", ,. .-..... ) commission attempted to force the save and teach them to save.
f)
i t" tax assessors of Florida to assess
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.
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low U\1tCl111avc
-".... ;) \. \. "-''' : : property on a hundred per cent. basis.It yon and they saved EIH
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. ;' -.... "-- ..' ..' -' ,... being well known that this sectionof
'. = ..; "" ---.;::;;: .'" ..' _> Florida the major portion of,
.. -..... -- .' pays THIS( MONTH( I ] ?
O'i?J ,......,. ,- ,-- --..--:_'-_':::;:..--rr--q. -' ... the state revenue and that a I
-= !:. compu-I :
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d -=- - :::
;:::; .. -- .. .I ance with the demands of
,-- ..",-- .-. mission would more than double the riii
taxes of the people without any guar
antee that the millage would be pro-

Travel on "A.B.A." ChequesQ portionably reduced, Mr. Butt took
I(I I
<
I A the stand, with four other assessors, ,
You can pay your hotel biDs with them; buy railway and steamship that the order of the commission L L( T "US HELP YOU !J JJ '
tickets; use them for purchases. They,are the most convenient as well injustice !,
work
would, if executed, a grave -
the safest kind of travel counter-signature identifies
as money; your you. upon the people. Several .
Q "A-BA Cheques supply the urgent need for an International Cur- sharp communications were exchanged :: We have several plans for teaching
rency. They are the only travelers' cheques accepted under the law between the protesting tax
for U. S. Customs duties. Call or write for booklet. I systematic saving and will be pleased =
assessors and the state commission, _
and during the controversy the commission -,I to explain them all.
The State Bank of Orlando practically threatened to have I

a the assessors removed from office for

their defiance. The result was a meet-
ing of the assessors in Jacksonville

II early in February when the chairman 1\JatiCRftaR< auulk
I. of the state commission met Peoples
them, and an agreement was reached
to cast the assessments upon a fifty
"
per cent. basis. It was victory for "It is a pleasure to serve you.

.
the assessors, and the tax payers
were relieved of double taxes by the

vigilance and courage of these five .I I =_
assessors.

MRS. MYERS HOSTESS FOR vice will be increased to four reels Tucker's Good Management , ..
a Treasurer J. H. Tucker was t IIII' I I 'I r.. IIh II,III II1 I I I 111 I I II I' II I I I III I Iil'I l"i''IP II''11 r iIIII1PI I II x?Ill r I IIIp h' I I n I IIr
County I hIIL IIII
II I
"THIMBLE BEE" PARTYA day, except on feature days, when ,ICI I III! I II III I I I I ) II II , IIII ; 11 !N I ,Sit I 1I ; III C1 I I', I I r i i I I. 4r.,,
five or six will be run. elected for the first time two years I II I ,IN I I ,II(, I!. 1 ,4 I 1 I i Illi III !I 6I I,I I I I 'I I//I'I I i, I t !li 1 IIII CI II; AII IIh Ili I,i III i .'Id I I I I a II I I r, III I1!+ f rjll I tl' I I Iq NI! I Ir II'"'I', I h, Irl L i rl'I I I+ I I, P!I'I i n I I r
pretty party was given yesterdayby Much additional expense has been ago, and during his term in office he .
Mrs. H. B. Myers, of Jackson gone to to procure the very latest and has done what no other county treasurer -
best pictures of the General Filmcompany's adopted the office will not be abolished Williams on the Job !on the books. Many had overlookedthe
street, who entertained sixty friends before him ever did, in demanding
with a "thimble bee." The house was and on output. Beginning other' Monday tomorrow that the banks pay the county until 1916. In any event there Supervisor of Registration FrankH. matter, and they will have Mr.
every a
tastefully decorated with bamboo, two or three reel photo-play of "The three per cent. interest on monthly will be another term to serve, and Williams was appointed by the Williams to thank for saving them
Adventures of Kathlyn" will be Mr. Tucker is a candidate for that the privilege of voting in the June
nasturtiums and roses, and a delicious balances. At the end of the first year governor a month ago to fill the un-
shown. These pictures are in the term and deserves it. primary.
four course luncheon was served. form of a serial, each a complete story :Mr. Tucker had saved the county the expired term occasioned by the resignation -
The hostess was gracefully assistedby within itself but having a connection sum of $1,428, and the next year of .Gordon's Services Efficient of Mr. W. L. Dolive. Mr.
Mrs. George Fickes, of Pittsburg, with its predecessor. These pictures his term it will be a greater sum. Sheriff Frank Gordon was appointed Williams has shown exceptional aptitude COMING NEXT WEEK
Pa., Mrs. T. H. Thompson, of Browns are adapted from the famous" I By this good management of the about a year ago to fill the unex- for the work and has diligently Reithffer's United Shows
stories, "The Adventures of
Kathlyn,
ville, Pa., Mrs. George Walker, of by the eminent American novelist, county funds the treasurer has saved pired term of the late Sheriff Kirk- kept up with the duties of the office, See Commencing the smallest Monday living, March horse, 16th.free.
Washington, Pa., and Miss Charlena Harold MacGrath. Each picture is the county almost enough to pay for wood. He had been familiar as a and it is safe to say that he will haveno Carousal and big Ferris wheel, on
Galey. I produced by an all-star Selig cast, his services. There is a constitutional deputy with the work of the office for opposition. He was engaged yes- show lot near A. C. L. freight depot.

t I Miss headed Williams by Miss has Kathlyn become very Williams.popular amendment to be voted on' in the several years, and has attended to terday in mailing out post card no-, 3.15

NEW FEATURES AT THE GRAND I.I with the "movie" fans through general election in Noyember to abolish the duties in such an efficient man tices to all who have not heretofore
her excellent and daring work in the the office of county treasurer.Mr. ner that any other candidate would registered, reminding them that they A FULL MOON
; The management of the Grand 1 I many Selig animal pictures, but is a Now is the time to buy your garden
,. '' : Tucker is in favor of the amend: have a hard time in making an issue have another chance between Mon
takes great pleasure in announcing' finished performer in any form of l I I seed from DeLaney & Abernethy.
.. that beginning Monday their film ser- drama. ment, but even if the amendment is upon which to make a race. day and April 15 to get their names 3-13-tf

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