Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00356
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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 17, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00356
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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


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IN COMMITTEES[ f.OR R COMING YEAR "Buckeyes"Headquarters Numerous for Initial at Meetingof Tourist Supenisor the Williams First Day Enrolls and Is}'iveXames STATES I[ ]:ADEFINITE[ [ [ STAND

Ready for More
the Organization
ruff appointed the following committee -
to secure the funds: Seventy-five residents and former Supervisor Frank H. Williams

f TO BE RAISED BY SPE- Jas. L. Giles, M. 0. Overstreet, H. citizens of Ohio met at Tourist Head- opened the registration books at his IIIINS[ AI MEETING[ TAKE A HAND IN MEX.

CIAL COMMITTEE L. Beeman, J. M. Cheney, Jas. L quarters last night and joined with office in the court house yesterday,, ICAN TROUBLE

Guernsey, N. P. Yowell' DeWitt Mil- much interest in the formation of an and his first day's vigil was rewardedby

ler, H. H. Dickson, T. P. Warlow, E. Ohio Society in Orlando. the appearance of five men who Tourists Adopt Resolutions of Thanksat

F. Sperry, V. W. Estes, J. N. Brad- The principal address of the even- had previously failed to get their
shaw, W. S. Branch, W. R. O'Neal, ing was made by Postmaster W. R. names on the books.

W. E. Martin, S. A. Johnson. O'Neal, a former resident of the The books will be kept open until Afternoon

By unanimous vote of the board Buckeye State. Those present listened April 15, when they will close finally,,
PRESIDENT President Woodruff was added to this to :Mr. O'Neal's tribute to his and after that date there will be no Representatives of twenty-four

NEW LIFE INTO THE BOARD committee. mother state with frequent interrup- chance for any one to register for the states signed a resolution of thanksto MADEKA COMPANY IN CHIHUAHUA -

AND REPORTS ADDITION Wants to Establish Foundry tions of applause, and when he had primary of June 2. the citizens of Orlando introduced. MURDERED BY

OF SEVERAL MEMBERS Chairman H. H. Dickson of the finished the business of organizingthe The supervisor is putitng in his by Senator WT. D. Gorsline, of Mil- MEXICANS SUNDAY

I committee on new enterprises reported society proceeded. The speakerwas spare time copying the books. The lers Mills, N. Y., at Tourist Head-

that he had been visited recentlyby made chairman of the meeting, law requires that three copies of each quarters yesterday afternoon.The .
President Seth Woodruff of the Orlando Washington, March 16.Special.Two ( .)
a party from New York, who is and Mrs. J. J. 'Newell was chosen book be made. This is rather a tedious introduction of the resolution
Board of Trade appeared in his I to if the cooperation task and will require some time. events, transpiring within 24
visiting in Orlando, see secretary.A followed a talk given the visitors by hours of each other, have caused
best form at the meeting last night,1 I of the board could be secured committee composed of Mr. J. J. I IIt is likely that it will be virtually Rev. Eleanor Gordon, of Unity Chapel. President Wilson and the cabinet to

the first since his election, and stirred I in establishing a foundry in Clark, Mr. J. L. Watson, Mr. Whita- completed by the time the books Miss Gordon entertained the tour- take the whole Mexican situationto

the members to a determination to Orlando. He said that the gentlemanin ker, Miss Minnie Arter and Miss close, however, as the supervisor ists for a short time with one* of her decide up finally what this country
make this the best yet in the did not want help in Gibson doesn't expect more registra-
year : question any was named to draft constitu- many Instructive talks, and was warmly shall do.Huerta's.
matter of accomplishing things for. the way of money, but he wished the tion and by-laws. A meeting to be tions and can easily keep up with applauded. Her audience was com- censure of American arms

Orlando. assistance of the board in securing a called later will assemble to ratify those names that come in day by day posed of perhaps the largest crowd to intended for the consulate at Mexico

In a mild curtain lecture he called location. This matter was left with the constitution and. adopt the by- after he has once finished the first gather at the headquarters this sea- City and his flat announcement to
that the Mr. Dickson's committee to handle two months' work.
attention to many things laws.A son. Only one representative from O'Shaughnessy have created a serious
,Board of Trade had done for Orlando' further. meeting will be held in the same each state was called upon to sign situation.The .

for which individuals rather than the. Secretary C. E. Howard called at- room Friday evening to organize a the resolution which expressed the
state today
'department received -
board had received credit when credit; tention to a communication from Mr. New York. society. PARIS [EDITOR R IS KlllfD fOR gratitude of the visitors for the accommodation the ominous announcementfrom

was properly due the board. Among, John M. Cameron, of Fort Myers, provided by the Boardof Admiral Fletcher that the Mex-
these he enumerated the Tourist who wishes to come to Orlando to en- PRINTING S SCANDAL Trade for their comfort.
I ican dictator is strengthening his
Headquarters, recently established, gage in the business of preserving fWHN GIVES FIVE ACRES f FORCORN R After the resolution was adoptedMr. shore defenses at Vera Cruz and has I

and the location of the Phillips Manufacturing fruits. Secretary Howard passed Uriah short talk, his the .
Seely gave a summoned gunboats to guard i
company in Orlando. Other samples of the Cameron factory CLUB l B WORK Assassinated After Midnight for recounting the battle of Chancellors- water front. "

enterprises were referred to, but around among the members. They Publishing Attacks on Wife the of Stonewall
yule and killing This is taken to express Huerta's
the history of these enterprises was were neatly put up, and Mr. Howard of Finance Minister Jackson. He said he was in that bat- confidence that the United States

told at some length, clearly showinghow said he had sampled the product and Boys Who Wish to Join the Club and tle, and had yesterday met at the must either recognize him or inter-

the board had afforded the or- found it first class. This also was Have No Land Need Not of friend sister-in-law of
house a a
Paris, France, March 16.-Spe-(
referred to Mr. Dickson's committee. vene.Huerta's
of action
and the concert
ganization Hold Back cial.-Gaston Calmette, the brilliant Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, and had received refusal to pay for the
which had resulted in accomplishment Board to Print City Maps
from this lady a photographof board of the federal soldiers cared
editor of the Figaro, paid the penalty
stated that he
for the He 'Secretary Howard
of great good city.
Mrs. Jackson. The speaker was for by the United States has caused
after this of
just midnight morning
for Due to the generosity and public
said that the board had been criti- was constantly receiving requests !
moved to emotion by the trend of his much worry at the state department.The .
the unwritten French law which for-
and spirit of Mr. Jos. Raehn it is not ,
and he of the city suggested -
cised1 as a do-nothing body, copies map it wonderful
talk. He said he thought officials the dictator has
bids that the honor of shall say
of needful for a boy to have land in or- a woman
thought that one reason for this criticism that the cost making a plate such !
i that after so many years an taken 'a "high and strong ground"against
from the be investigated.A der to join the Boys' Corn club, whichis be dragged into a public controversy.He .
was the fact that the quiet new map take and that
occurrence should place, the aciton of the United
assassinated his be-
the being organized by County Agricultural -. was body
of the on
anner in which the board had copy new map wast and
Union and Confederate veterans States in holding his soldiers interned -
i ing riddled with bullets by Mme.
Bradshaw's office in Agent C. H. Baker.
wall of Lord & ,
for the
forked constantly upbuilding
here and
(their families should meet at Fort Bliss without recog-
Henriette Caillaux wife of Jos. Cail-
held and at- Mr. Raehn has proffered the use of ,
f Orlando had been in some measure which the meeting was there is
other. "Surely him.Another
love each nizing
laux minister of finance who has
ponsible for the circumstance that tracted much attention. The map five acres of land to the county agent he said in
something was really accom- was compiled by City Engineer G. R. for use without charge, and the boys : been the object of bitter personal attacks country like our America, forth .
which brought a
[ed 'certain individuals stepped in Ramsey and was drawn and plattedby who wish to join may do so without, published in the Figaro and conclusion, American Killed by \

ceived the credit. It was Pies- his assistant, Mr. J. A. McLeod.It being required to furnish a plot of. signed by Calmette.The roar of applause.The MexicansEl

Woodruff's opinion that if more was pronounced a fine piece of ground upon which to make their ex i. Caillaux-Calmette feud has six year old preacher, Charlie Paso, Tex., March 16.-Spe-(

ity were given the work that work, and it was proposed that a periments.The held the attention of Paris for a long Turner, then gave a prayer and sang cial.)-Oscar Allen, an American em- j

people generally would have plate be made and copies furnishedthe land offered by Mr. Raehn is : time. The Figaro editor repeatedly twice. The crowd was in a good ployed as watchman by the Madera
accused the finance minister of polit- humor and sang the chorus with the limited of Pearson Chihuahua -
within .the ,
confidence in the board, that secretary for distribution. En- city limits and is fenced.It Ii I company, ,

[membership would be increased gineer Ramsey suggested, however, is mostly cleared and is otherwise ical corruption and the Figaro last youngster. i' was murdered by Mexicanssone

that greater interest would be that the permission of the city coun- available and may be selected in any week published the contents of love Following are the resolutions: time Sunday night. The details ;

n in its activities.The cil be obtained before the publicity desired manner. II' letters Caillaux wrote his present We, the unedrsigned wish to citizens of our our of the murder have not been received ;

the committee, to which the matter was Mr. Baker has received a numberof I wife in 1901 before they were mar- sincere respective thanks states to, the citizens express of the yet although the friends of
president appointed
among referred, proceeded with the work. applications from the boys of the ried and when she was the wife of beautiful city of Orlando, Florida, for the dead man sent messages to Pear-

[tanding committees a committee on He said the map was the property.of public schools, and is holding the list I Leo Clarette, the literary critic of their lindncss and generosity in furnishing son requesting that they be furnishedfull
members. He said there furnishedwith
w was a with a fine hall
and the had for for other applicants. the Figaro.It us particulars.
tile field in which to work, and as the city city maps open tables, chairs, and supplied with
not to the attack
roof he reported a list of some fif- sale. His suggestion was regardedas was avenge magazines, newspapers, checkers,
in order and such upon her husband but to vindicate dominoes and cards for our amuse-
being eminently ,
ured en new since members the last whom meeting.he had This se- course will be taken. It is not CITIZENS TO KEEP lAB ON DOINGS SI I I her shot own Calmette.honor that Mme., Caillaux ment entertainments, and electric lights; also for a our registerin evening DETECTIVE B BURNS TO 001 liP

list which follows thought, however, that the council which to sign our names and ad-
was approved bythe
executive committee and enrolled: will deny the board the right to Of GOTUAMPOLICE f dresses for future reference. We request FRANK MYSTERY Y
the editors of the City Beautiful -
B. C. Abernethy, D. A. Cheney, make a plate for the purpose de- to publish our regards.
sired the board's distribution of TRIPLE l[ MARRIAGE[AT WHITE HOUSE[
E. W. Davis, H. Carl Dann, Rev. M. as Dated Orlando, March 16th, 1914.
the will in no way interfere Association of Grand Jury in New W. D. Gorsline, Millers Famous Sleuth Gets to Work in At-
Fox, C. E. Graham, Feinberg & Gore, map (Signed)
J. N. McElroy, T. W. Mathews, De- with the sale, which will be mostlyto York Will Help Keep Cops is m RUMOR Mills, N. Y.; W. E. Banta, Pleasure- lanta and Results Are Expected ,
ville H. J. Hoffman
real estate firms and lawyers.To Ky.; Simpson,
Witt Miller, H. C. Robertson, W. H. Straight W. Va.; J. H. Shafor, Sterling, lIt; Soon
Smith, San Juan Garage, E. A. Thomas Work for Weather StationA Uriah Seely, Newark, N. J.; E. R.
communication from Mr. J. H. Margaret Wilson to Boyd Fisher and O'Neal, Belpre, Ohio J. C., Street,
J. H. Vick, E. C. Walton, J. R. New York, March 16.-A new way Ala. Atlanta, Ga., March 16.-(Special.)
Reese was read in regard to the loca- Helen Bones to Cary G raj'son Birmingham, ; Henry Strayer,
Yearby, J. H. Reese. of keeping tab on city officers and Fort Wayne, Ind.; Clark Chase, Bel- .-The instalment today in the Frank
Five Thousand for AdvertisingIt tion of a weather station in Orlando.Mr. city affairs has been developed Reported lows Falls, Vt; Chas. E. Van Os- case is that Detective Burns prac-
Reese referred to the recent report trand, Detroit, Mich.; A. T. Cutler,
through the organization of the 'As tically his promise to the pub-
: gave
was a full meeting, and fore- Worcester, Mass. L. F. Robinson
made by the committee who had Washington, March 16.Special.The ( .) ; ,
sociation of the Grand It is lic that he would clear away all.mys- .
most among the subjects taken up been in communication with the Jury. Des Moines, Iowa; L. L Blair, Wa-
White House denied
and acted upon was the movement to composed of about eighty membersof officially terville, Minn.; J. N. Wigfall, Charleston tery surrounding the murder of Mary
raise Washington authorities that other the general grand jury panel.I I today the rumor that there would bea S. C.; S. V. Bunting, Wilmington Phagan, for which crime Leo Frankwas
five thousand
dollars for advertising
which had N. C. Isaac
in Florida
points already triple wedding there in June. ; Terryberry, Hamil-
sentenced to April
From two to four members of each hang
Judge John M. ton Ont.
purposes. Winfield S. Hatch Orena
stations and were on the weather Society refuses to be 'convinced, ; ,
Cheney appeared as the first speaker. I current grand jury will be asked or Maine; L. B. Chamberlain, Lisbon, An interesting feature was the invitation -
the conditions that
He said he regarded the matterof map covered same allowed to join. however, and is looking forward to N. D.; Richard G. de Mutelle, New extended by Frank to the
existed at Orlando. In proof to the the announcement of the engage- Orleans, La.; 0. R. Cooke, Pittsburg, members of the Southern Newspapers -
The business of the association will
advertising as one of prime impor- contrary, the recent cold wave that ments of Miss Margaret Wilson to Pa.; W. E. Murphy, Lincolnton, Ga.; Publishers' association to
tance to Orlando just at this period. visited the East Coast and other be to keep a constant lookout for all H. W. Sawyer, Hartford, Wis.; ParI and
Fisher and Miss Helen Woodrow -
"We have been falling behind in our forms of evil doing in municipal or Boyd I ker Jones, Hillsboro, N. II.; FlorenceChapin visit him and ask him any questions
points in Florida was cited, showing Bones to Dr. Cary Grayson.It Connecticut Geo. W. Morse
; desired answered.
for the last private organizations. If member
advertising year or two, I j i to the advantage of Orlando that this a is whispered that the weddingswill Pennsylvania.TEN .
said Judge Cheney. "We have had a''' hears of anything that appears to be
section was not touched, but there 'take place Saturday, June 13th,
prosperous season; the town has been illegal he will bring it to the atten PERSONS HURT
was no official information that talis-
com- to carry out the Wilson 13"
full of people, but we could have had mission tion of the association. OUSLY ILL
men and others interested in man.
twice as many if we had gone out to the state could get to acquaint them Lexington, Ky., March 16.-Ten Cairo, March: 16.-(Special.)-

get them. I am in favor of raisingfive with this condition. On the contrarya COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN FORK. POSSE PURSUING BANDITS persons were hurt today when a James Gordon Bennett, 73, proprietor -

thousand dollars for advertising, false report had been circulated to T. RECEPTION outh bound passenger train from of the New York Herald, is seri-

and no less. When I say five thou the injury of the Orlando section, Mr. S. A. Johnson, general chair I San Diego, Cal, March 16.-Bitter Cincinnati to Jacksonville, Fla., ran ously ill of fever on board his yacht,
sand I don't hundred. man for the big dinner-dance and Lyscistrata. He is reported to be
mean eighteen
into freight at Snider
I and Orlando had no means at its I feeling caused by the killing Saturday a runaway car ,
I think a strong committee should be command to offset the damage which reception to be given by Olivette night of Frank V. Johnston, Ky. Among the injured are six pas- delirious.

appointed to get this money and not I had been done. It was recommendedthat I Commandery Knights Templar to the I I postmaster at Tecate, near the Mexican sengers, but it is not believed theyare

be allowed to report until they get!' this citation be brought to the I' grand lodge officers of Florida April border, and the burning of the seriously hurt FOUND NOT GUILTY

five thousand dollars. We've got to attention of the weather bureau as : 16, has named the following committee United States customs office and Mayfield, Ky., March 16.-A ver-
raise our sights in order to raise the I chairmen to assist him: !I
: an argument in favor of a station postoffice by bandits, continued to- THE WEATHER dict of "not 'guilty" was returned
money." for the Orlando section. Such disposition Invitations, T. P. Warlow; decora-i day. Florida: Fair Tuesday and Wednes- here today in the second trial of May

Mr. James L Giles spoke along the of the communication was I' tions, Chas. Lord; supper, Chas. Jordan Secretary Bryan and Governor day. Copeland and her fiance, Lucian Turk,

line and offered resolution ; music, 0. S. Robinson; reception with having murdered Miss
same a made, President Woodruff appointed Johnson, of California, have been charged
that a committee of sixteen be namedto Mr. Reese as a member of W. H. Reynolds; entertainment, asked to make an investigation of the Elaborate preparations had been Copeland's brother-in-law, Hugh
the amount mentioned. W. R. O'Neal; dancing, V. W. Estes; made for the Atchison farmer in Car-
get Mr. the committee having the matter in affair. According to information re- Village Street Fair, a wealthy ,

H. H. Dickson, Mr. II. L Beeman,: hand. printing, L L Payne; automobiles, ceived here three bandits, said to be which was held in Ormond yesterdayand lisle county. :Miss Copeland testified

Mr. Murry R. King, Col. J. N. Brad- President Woodruff concluded the Carl Jansen. I Mexicans, killed Johnston when he th',fair was a great success. The that she shot Atchison, fearing he

shaw and others voiced the same view meeting with a few remarks upon I refused to give them the combinationof proceeds, were applied to the build- intended to do her harm. The state

and the Giles resolution was unani- the desirability of interesting the Curtis & O'Neal are showing the his safe. ing fund .of the Anderson and Price attempted to prove that Turk fired

; mously adopted, and President Wood- (Continued on page 8)) booklets finest assortment and Easter of Florida Easter scenes.cards, The posse is pursuing the bandits. Memorial ibrary. the shot.



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P "THE MARTYR OF A\ IOCII" BISHOP MANN VISITS DAYTONAThe FOR SALE WOOD, COAL AND ICE 14'11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'11111

I;, NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT Farm of twenty acres, about' ten Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
L Right Rev. Cameron Mann, I acres cleared, about seven acres cul- Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf TODAY AT
l I I tivated. 2 1-2 miles west of Taft
1 "The of Antiochthe
sacred -
} D. D., bishop of southern Florida,
ls musical drama, to be presented P.O., near Lake Davis. Geed wire .
I r by the Mendelssohn Club on Thursday preached at St. Mary's Episcopal fence on three sides. Small new OLIVE OIL AND SPICESWe Montgomery Motion Picture Co's
I night, March 19th, at the Grand church, Thursday evening, to a goqd house and well About 15,000 feet of have the best. 25 years in the
I theater, is one of the finest works tized congregation, considering the saw timber. Land all dry and suit- business. Try us. McElroy Phar- .
able for trucking or citrus fruit Am macy. 3-14-3t
If- rendered by this popular
state of the weather
unpropitious a
If organization. "The Martyr of Anti- too old to work it and will sell at a
I* och" was dedicated by the composer,, strong, cold norther prevailing. The bargain. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. To THE WEST Grand Theater"THE
4.Arthur Sullivan, by special permis- bishop used for his subject: "Seek 2-27-lm-d&w .
| sion to her royal highness, Alexandria and Ye Shall Find, Knock and It Shall VIASfMINOU 1r
|4 princess of Wales. The work Be Opened Unto You." FOR SALE-At a bargan, if takenat
was composed expressly for and performed THEATER BEAUTIFUL"The
7 One 'two-chair barbershop
If during the great Leeds triennial Bishop Mann came to Daytona in MinD
known as the 0. K.N at 203
ll musical festival, Leeds, Eng- the afternoon from Palm Beach and I Boone street, doing good business; South's Finest Picture Theater. Well Heated and

land. Sullivan conducted the performance left at 9:30 p. m. for Miami, having 10 acres good land just outside city Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm
I* himself and this was the taken advantage of an opportunity to limits, 125 bearing orange trees,, Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm ventilated. Roomy and comfortable seats. SIX REELSOF
I done him
g i last his public death conducting occurred the next by come to 'Daytona at this time. He grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,, Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm PICTURES.
as year. and two large pecan trees; four room Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L__11:10 pm
| This wonderful work was received will make regular visitation to this
enthusiasm and a house, new barn, good, horse and rig,, Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am "THE BATTLE OF SHILOH"
Hfe with dation great by the cultured and music-lov-commen- city some time after Easter. farming implements. This place i is Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
Hi ing English people; and here it maybe The bishop, who succeeded Bishop located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am Four reels of excitement, and thrill.A .
I- well to that the club had to Wm. Crane Gray the southern dio- sell on account of health. Address Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
say Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at, Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga._ 7:30 am
I I* Messrs.obtain Chappell special &permission Co., limited, from London cese of Florida, was making his first 203 Boone street. 2-25-tf r Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p beautiful story of love and heroism, with an his-
visit here and was very much pleased Ar ,Ala.C.of G.12:05
I- England, to present this work in Birmingham pm torically correct reproduction of of the mili-
I this with the city and surroundings. He Eat what you want. Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm one greatest
| The country.club is adding an unusual attraction was surprised, he said, at the size and Eat all you want. Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm tary conflicts of all time for a climax. The greatest bat-
to this concert by bringing Take a postscript and forget it. Ar Cairo, 111., I. C._________11:07 pm
I I one of Jacksonville's well known artists evident importance of Daytona.- For sale by all druggists. Ar Carbondale, 111., I. C.12:13 am tle picture of the age. Also, "AT THE OLD MAID'S

L I1 the. ,tenor Mr. Cyril solo work.Another R. Tyler. to help with Daytona Gazette News. l-7-d&w.lyr Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am CALL," an Essany comedy that will make you scream,

i attractive feature will be - -" Ar Centralia, IlL, I. C_____ 1:38 am and "FOR HER GOVERNMENT," one of Biograph's
I the violin obligato to the "Evening MilMMHIMIMMIMtllMHimiHtt Ar Matoon, lIt, I. C_______ 3:30 am
If Song of the Maidens," played by our Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am strongest pictures.
ft; own popular violinist, Mr. LeRoy B. Magazines Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am
[ Giles. Ar Chicago, IlL, I. C_______ 7:50 am SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM
I Following is the program: Weekly & Monthly
If PART !. Solid Through Trains-Composed of
I1 Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr- observation, compartment, drawingroom Prices today: Children lOc Adults 20c
call attention that
We would to your we now
If a. "Young Preterich" (George lIen- section, sleeping cars, arid free
1 schel b. "Love Symphony" a large assortment of Magazines and Newspa-
% ); carry reclining chair between 3:30 Continuous Performance until 10.00 p m.
[is (Forrest Dabney Carr); c. pers. Get in the habit of buying your Weekly and cars, Jackson-
\\l "The Garden of Love" (For- Monthly Magazines from us. ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand -
1,1 rest Dabney Carr). St. Louis. All meals in diningcar.
I- Mr A. P. Curry- COMING t
It "A New Heaven and a New Earth," DeLANEY &
For f gets and Pullman
If from the "Holy City" (A. R. ( Door to the.lOc Store.) car reser- "The Third Degree," Thomas W. Ross in "Checkers";
vations all
h Gaul). : on
|i i Mrs. Martha Palmer Carr- ... 111111111111111111.',11111111111111..1111..11111. W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Dustin Farnam in "The Squaw Man." and "The Lion
I f Group of Songs. or and the Mouse."
14 PART II. D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, e
i; "THE MARTYR OF ANTIOCH" tltlMilMlllillllllilllMIIIIMiMMMiMMMMHII''. Atlantic Coast Line,
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I1 Heathens
li Oliburs, the Roman prefect_____
p --_____________Mr. Cyril R. Tyler
\ Callias, priest of Apollo _________ ORLANDO O W ASUINGION For Economy and purchase -
I'* ________Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr
K Julia, worshipper of the sun______ t G H T. power of money -
|:f _____________Miss Norma Bormani W R ALTY & SEED CO T P'' your
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The Populace of Antioch
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:*; ____________,__ Mendelssohn Club DRAWING ROOM FOR REAL ESTATE ry Wright's11 armThats
:oj Christians Our Business and Garden '
I Fabius, Bishop of Antioch ________ SLEEPING CARVIA Seeds. in
g. _________Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr Orlando Florida bulk. "Motto"
f Margarita, daughter of CalliasI ---- Quantityand
I ________Mrs. Martha Palmer Carr
L The Christian Congregation ______ Quality.
i" Mendelssohn Club
I Scene: The Temple of Apollo. Fresh Eggs 29C doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
I The program of the "Martyr of An- TL&NTIC& COLST T LINE[ Sweet Milk Ice lbs. Limes
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SF Sweet Milk 07C pintUltHMiMtlBIHUCfllMMi Fresh Butter Milk - ice qt.

I THE GAZETTE INVITES SCRIBES Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

|it; TO KISSIMMEE OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M. (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order

The following sensible motion is
made by Brother Holly of the San- 340 Acres Good Land .

J-" ford"The Herald editor: of the Herald is a great Tiesdays all I SatilulaysFOR t r

{ izing believer the in vast getting amount together of good and to real-be J J 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn

'r' obtained of the by newspaper a press club men or and association job- best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale .

printers in this territory comprising RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON

$ the counties of Seminole, Osceola, W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.'Y.'D .
4 Lake and Volusia, and would like tot --
hear from them on the subject, and if WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 19. . . 6ioi tit inn
F every one of them in these five coun- ORLANDO, FLA. .. 4HHtHHHHtmIDF)44 c+ 44$4444-t-H4tt$+.4HfHpHHHHIHt+H-Ht
ties will write us about it a meeting
can be filed for Wednesday, :March George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
f 25th, at any place centrally located G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
,1 for the purpose of organizing a Lake

1 t Region attraction Press association.will not in any This way counter interfere -- IIIIIIII.IIIII.II.IIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIIIII.ttABOUT

with the Florida Press asso- ORLANDO O BANK & TRUST COMPANY

if;; by ciation demonstrating but will be the of great value assistance of association FOUNTAIN PENSThere

f and affiliation of printers. Let
fi* this fact be known to the boys of the are plenty of good fountain pens in Orlando, Florida.
*, five counties and if the date and plan
meets with the approbation of all we the market and unfortunately there is also a
{ At the Close of business. March 4th, 1914, as called for by the
e will The meet.Valley Gazette seconds Editor supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a Comptroller of the State

; Holly's motion, as we believe every better self-filling than the Conklin,
paper in the counties named will do, and have never sold a better one of the other RESOURCESLoans

and will certainly be present 25th to.speakour type than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both and Discounts . . . . . . .. . . . . $392,700.86
the at
little piece on the any Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,130.11
; place that is selected for meet, kinds on an absolute guarantee of (
q1 but we want to place Kissimmee in 'your mon- Stocks and Bonds . . .. . . . . . . . . .. 26,018.33
f nomination as the place of meeting. ey back if you want it. A good fountainpen Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 26,137.37

J We know that Holly longs to spend a has .come to be almost a necessity to every Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 335,709.30
day here inhaling the health-giving
t, zephyrs that ever blow from off Lake business man or woman. If you have none,

1 Tohopekaliga. We know that Reese or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us $781,996.27
would rather roam o'er our streets LIABILITIES
f show the guaranteed sort.

f ten hours than o'er the streets of any you Capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
other town or .county ten years; we
i' know that Woods has declared he will W. S. BRANCH Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 30,854.36

never go to Tallahassee until after he Due to Banks . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . 1,657.00
!f has seen Kissimmee, and we know The Arcade Book and
i that Codrington is living a life of Deposits . . . . . . . . . . .'. . ,. . . . 649,484.91
regret because he selected DeLand instead -
of Kissimmee as a place of a -
i residence. .. $781,996.27Deposits
l And knowing these things, we feel
F that Kissimmee should by unanimousvote on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38

be declared the place of meeting Cr7Land Deposits on Feb4, 1914 . . . . .:. . . . . . 619,184.91
t and Hon. R. J. Holly, the Sanford .
booster, authorized to at once issue
r notices to that effect.-Valley Ga-
t zette. Increase in 60 days $128,317.53 .

HONEST ED. DAVIS This Season's Best Bargain The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust

Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

t His host of friends welcomed I1on.r friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand
S. to express their appreciation of their patronage, that I I,
; Ed. Davis, of Orlando, here yester .
t day. He has been in court at Ta- made such a statement possible.

vanes this week. Ed. Davis! How M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.
cleanly the name sounds. lie is a 75 acres fronting half mile on Orlando- M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. NOLAN, CashierMittmntiiniiimiiiiimiiiiM

'f, mar cf splendid mental and moral SanfordTiard road. Borders a small lake, 1..I I . .. .. . .. ::: ': : : :
i: character, honored for his ability and ItlllHMH I L MintHmmmtWE .
suitable for irrigation In sight of
t: integrity, fairness and high sense oft purposes. .
justice. As prosecuting attorney of and three minutes walk from R.; R. station, NOTICE
Try Our Classified Ads?
r this district until he resigned last Postoffice--and good hotel accommodations. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

; year, he had the confidence of all. It AND DO ALL KINDS OF Notice is hereby given that the City '
: is said no men he ever prosecuted in Price $15 Per AcreIt They have proven their worth many of Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
the line of his duty ever cherished ill OPTICAL REPAIRING times and will be just as valuable to 1915, pay off with interest to that
you if put to the test. Let them be date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9,10,19
:feeling against him.-Eustis Lake must be sold immediately. your agent in: and 20, of the City of Orlando seven
f Region. : Renting a house, selling property or er cent bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
to anything on the market, finding lost ccording if the provisions made for
e' articles, securing help or positonsin edemption in said bonds.
has ambition
Almost an
everyone a thousand ways they can be used Dated February 11, 1914.
r comfortably some time' during fixed life that to he become can lie so H Or1o Re E Estate Co.Pie profitably. -12-lm CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. '

i abed as long as he pleases of a morn DR. L H. RAMSDELL Warmao Repairs and Retires Baby

J ,ing. OPTOMETRIST Carriages on Court street 125tfNow1 W. T. ENTRICAN,
I. 504 Watkins Block Offers to Orlando the newest and best
SEED! SEED! SEED! (SotrIlIH to Dr. a P. LOto) of workmanship in the painting and
1M Hat* to subscribe. Eterybody's -
J Garden and field seed. DeLaney & M" decorating trade. Phone C3f.
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WONDERFUL SUCCESS S OF f ORLANDO crop has been raised with one and a 1"1" " " ,,,....... "III ill 11111 11111 1
half inches of rainfall from the timeit MIHHHiiliMHHiMilliiHHIt* 1

'BOY lira was planted until harvested. There Shoe Repairing
was no rain during the main growing -
Biscuit season. We had hot winds con-
r tinuously. The results are most en by,PARCEL POSTMen's Cook With Gas
Norman Holden After Varied Career Nourishment-fine fla- couraging. Why was this possible? 1

Achieves Fame as Potato I i vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. With a soil averaging ten feet it was.
King of Northwest possible to store every drop of mois- Half Soles, 7c to 850
All ture. Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c We
El Dorado Springs, Mo., for 5 cents, in the "When the crop was taken off of Children's Half Soles, have not said much about gas as the best
March 12th, 1914. this land in the fall of 1908 a disk sOc to 7Sc
Editor Sentinel-I am enclosing moisture-proof package. harrow was used immediately.' In Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo means of cooking lately because we have been too busy

r check for renewal for your interest- 1909 the first treatment it had was Heels Repaired, 2c with
ing and valuable paper. I have some an early double disking. Then the other appliances, but now that warm weather is
land in Orange All work returned in hours.
i county, therefore am common spike-toothed harrow was: 24
much intreested in the progress of continuously used until freezing Orders without remittance returned coming on we are preparing for more work becausewe
the "City Beautiful," Orlando, is making weather in the fall. The spring of C.0. D. We pay
When your people begin build- 1910 it was seeded to different crops, return postage. realize that warm weather is the time when the Gas
ing the brick roads, you may then consisting chiefly of'Durum A heat,
look for a larger influx of visitors although there were other crops, Stove shows up to best advantage.You .
and settlers next fall and winter. At among them Red Turkey winter A. Hanson
the same time invite the writer of wheat, seeded the middle of August, i9jEast; Pine Street don't have to heat your whole kitchen up witha
the enclosed clipping to come down 1909, which gave excellent results.
and take a look over his birthplace. There was flax, corn, potatoes and ORLANDO - FLORIDAIMMIIIMIHMMMIM hot coal or wood fire and you don't have to bring in
Yours for a "Greater Florida," almost every kind of garden pro-
THEODORE F. MARTIN. duce." wood or take out the dirty ashes-all you have to do
The clipping referred to is from a
Nebraska farm journal. The article, NOTICE is "strike the match" and turn the valve." Come in and
which follows, is headed by a photo- Banact Biscuit
graph of Mr. Holden and a sample Orlando, Fla., March 14, 1914. Dr. BucKmaster see our line of stoves and ranges.ORNDO .
basket of his prize spuds: I To the People and Property Ownersof -
Norman E. Holden, lawyer, miner, Round, thin, tender- Orlando, Florida:
coffee planter and newspaper reporterby with a delightful flavor We, the undersigned, having pur- Osteopathic Physician
chased the plumbing and heating bus-
turns, until he became a dry land
farmer near Dillon, Mont, is the acknowledged -) -appropriate forluncheon iness of W. A. Slauter, 121 Court 132 Orange Avenue
street (next door to Lucerne theater),
of the Northwest
; potato king tea and dinner

with tubers He has and had grain remarkable on the success high xo cents. ing will fixtures add to the and present sewer material stock, plumb-in car Next door to People's Bank, WATER[ & LIGHT m.

bench lands and his farm is among load lots, which will enable us to furnish up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
the best in Montana.He you the best service on 0 shortest diseases treatedTelephone
was born at Orlando, Fla., on 4 I notice. Our price will be 13 cents per
February 10, 1860, and attended the foot for sewer tile laid, from main Gas
Kentucky Military institute, from r 1 I sewer to house connection. We do i
which\ he was graduated in 1877. He I not bind you with any signed contract - .-S..Abernethy, auto-livery,phone
as this proposition is open at
next attended business
a college at " '"
I 2, Orlando.
Poughkeepsic, N. Y., and on return- all times. We would be pleased to 3-5-tf
call on you and give an estimate for
to he
ug enured the law office .
of Judge Cecil Butt; afterward he I anything in our line.Respectfully.

studied Jaw at Ann Aibcr, Mich., going I
; thence to Butte, Mont., where he FERGUS & ROGERS,
followed various vocations, including CRACKERSA Successors to W. A. Slauter. .
mining, real estate and law. He went Phone us your wants; phone 98. I IIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIII'

to the Sandwich islands to plant out a food for : : '
coffee plantation and returned to every day. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR -

Montana in 1896. Crisp, tasty and SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI iMMMMlKlMlt
Mr. Holden accompanied Coxey's strengthening. Fresh I hereby announce myself as a candidate MIIMIIIIIIMMTTTater
army from Chicago to Washington, for re-election to the office of Supervisor of
and for baked and fresh delivered Registration for Orange County subject to
as a reporter a Chicago news- ,
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd
paper he wrote some of the most 10'cents. 1914.
graphic stories of the famous march. FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR \
Returning West in 1901. he filed on Orlando
a tract of lard near Dil'cn) ; and has hereby announce SHERIFFI myself as.a candidatefor
been dry farming ever since. In a Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the
practical talk to farmers, Mr. Holden Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914.

"There are three essentials for the FOR COUNTY TREASURERI &z Light Co
farmer to consider before attempting hereby announce myself a candidate for
to dry farm. These are: Depth of Treasurer of Orange County subject to the
soil, amount of precipitation and Democratic primary)' of June 2nd 1914.
evaporation. One attempting to dry ElectricityGas
farm with less than four feet of soil FOR TAX ASSESSORI
is handicapped at the start. If I hereby announce my candidacy for the
were going to file land with viewto | office of Tax Assessor of Orange County sub-
on a Water
ject to the action of the Democraite primary Ice
dry farming the first thing would called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and .
be the testing of the subsoil to a elected I pledge you my faithful service. 0
depth of ten feet and ascertain Buy biscuit baked by ARTHUR BUTT.
whether there is soil or gravel. We
who are familiar with the condition NATIONAL hereby announce myself as a candidate Office--No. J8 West Central Avenue .
necessary for dry farming take it for I for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof
that Orange County subject to the Democratic
granted others
are acquainted BISCUIT I primary to be held June 2nd 1914. If re-
with these conditions, but such is not ; elected I pledge to you my faithful serviceas Telephone No. 6
the case. Th're are thousands of new I have endeavored to give in the past. i
settlers who look his W. E. MARTIN.W. .
cve most vital
point. ,look for that name\

"For practical results this season, T. ENTRICAN, i1..I.O.II ,, ,, ,, ,, ,
take my own farm. Everything has Painter and interior decorator. New ,, ,,HMMIIIMIIIMMIHIIMMMIIIIIMI,, ,

done well, the farm has paid, despite J |ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636.
the fact that It has been dry. AJ J Read Sentinel want ads. i Expert workmen employed.

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$1000.00 In Valuable Presents Free !


i'r RClllainin 01 LOTS I (, IN llIGllLAll GROVE

-A.t :Public Auction

ThursdayFridaySaturdayMarch 19,20,21EACH


property, originally comprising 250 lots, is owned by the Carl Dann Real Estate Co., and in order to close out the

few remaining lots in this beautiful subdivision, they have decided to place it on the market to be sold to the highest bidder.

The lots to be offered front on or are near Marks Street and Colonial Drive.

The development of the City of Orlando is rapidly approaching this tract, and this is .an opportunity to buy at your own

price, where values ate bound to increase

Easy Terms Perfect Title,

HOW TO GET THERE: Take Free Automobiles, leaving in front of Post Office at 1:30

_7'P.. M. Days of Sale.

Owners, Carl Dann Real Estate Co. Also CONCORDPARK Owners of

-cLctioneer,. E. M. CT EVEZ.. .1\rJ: :)



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THE DAILY WHAT TEMPLE SAYS ABOUT SIDELIGHTSBy I the cantata, "The Martyr of Antioch"I MniiiiiimiiMiiMtimiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiMniMMH

x GASPARILLA PICTURESTo ( W. S. Branch) just once. That will be next Thurs-

South Florida SentinelMORNING Be Exhibited at the Lucerne Next day evening. Don't put it off, think- I

AND WEEKLY Thursday ing you will go next time. The Men- .
Every drop of red blood in ,
JOSlAH FERRIS Editor and Owner March 11th, 1914. your delssohn Club stands for more music
Mr. W. 31. Brittain, Orlandofi, Fla. veins ought to be green today. And Dickson-Ives Coe
--- -- ------ : and better music in Orlando. Encourage -
Dear that it. will be if good Irish-
Sir-Understanding are a
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando FlorIda you you I them in their work by attendingthis
as Second Clasa Mail Matter. have identified yourself with the Lu- man.
cerne theater, 1 hasten to make youa I * entertainment.
TO ADVERTISERS: suggestion. I *
cut canal in the
Having a tropics
During the Gasparilla celebrationin President Seth Woodruff, of the
Copy for display and all other hand-se Tampa, there were five sets of alleged Uncle Sam will now proceed to builda j I
Board of Trade, has printed a list of
drtiain must be handed in at the business
E later than 2 moving pictures made in part railroad in polar regions.TimesUnion. I DEPARTMENTAL
office of the Sentinel not p. m. 104 citizens and business men of Or- STOREOrlando's
of the celebration. Only one concern
the day before publication. This rule applies ,
F to changes for contract adterUaing; it is really has the complete set of pic- * lando, who are members of the or-
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. tures showing everything from start I.
ganization, and has printed another
to finish in all its details. Now if he will build a telephoneline
!! list of 150 who are not among the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Magnet Film company were to Mars and connect it with the
: the official I I! members but who ought to be. If
appointed photographersof
One Year ..... ... ..... .......$5.00 the Gasparilla Convention the canal and the railroad, he will have I is the list favorite
by I your name on longer and Shopping
Six Months ... ......... ....... 2.50 executive committee, and they were a combination that will make the I I I you are enjoying a ride on the good I

Three Months ........ ......... 1.2o given every facility not only by the Goulds and Vanderbilts and Hills look i "Orlando will
committee itself, but through the request like thirty cents. I I ship you not get into I
In Advance.
of the committee, by the police aa the ranks of those who are pullingthe
\ and fire departments of Tampa to oars? Don't simply sit still and PLACEWEDNESDAY
erect observation towers on the Last Friday, the 13th, was not so
TUESDAY ARCH 17, 1914. ride. And above all things don'tstand
streets at various places where the very unlucky. They got that big
events could be taken to the best up and rock the boat.
very light of glass unpacked and into its I
advantage. Permission was also ob-
The Osceola Journal of last week! tained from the commanders of the place in the window without a mis-

contains two splendid photographs of gunboats to give to the Magnet Film hap. ..ALLEGRETTI'S AND HUYLER'S
the Osceola county exhibit at the recent company the run of their ships for CANDIES

Orlando fair. picture purposes, enabling them to The Board of Trade is going after a
take the firing of salutes, etc. Agents, McElroy's Pharmacy.
o The Pirate Crew also had the Magnet great big tourist hotel. If you knowof 3-15-3t

The Palatka News perpetrates a Film company cameras at workon one lying around loose, telephone
the pirate ship coming up the bay. President Woodruff or the chairmanof NOTICEOf
neat bon-mot when it that of all]
Mayor McKay also kindly together
posed, Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 .
culture agriculture is the best. Pas- with the counsellors, for the the committee on new enterprises of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
tor Bill's brain evolves some very Magnet company when they spied the and they will promptly take it off Notice is hereby, given that of John Keen oPine
Fla. tax certificateNo.
Castle purchaser
cute things. pirate ship approaching the city. The your hands. 290, dated the 6th day of June A. D.
executive committee of the Gasparilla 1910, has filed said certificate in my office
o Association also permitted the Mag- and has made application for tax deed to
net to take motion picturesof Harry Thaw has appealed to the issue in accordance with law. Said certificate .
The Fort Myers Daily Press is embraces the following described property
the committee at work at head- people for justice. If he should get situated in Orange county, Florida to-
three years old, and is getting bet- quarters, so taking it all in all thereis what a great many people thing is wit: Lots 16 to 21, subdivision of Harney
ter all the while. It is doing a good no detail of the Gasparilla cele- Homestead, Section 2-J, Township 23 south
justice, he would have a seat in that Range 29 east. The said land being assessedat
g work for Fort Myers, and deserves bration that the Magnet company did the date of the issuance of such certificatein j
have big electric chair that the state of
t liberal not every facility to get in detail the name of Travelers Insurance Company.
supportA and if you can succeed in getting New York keeps in reserve for those Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
f o these films for your theater, I will according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon
who commit murder. should
Harry the 18th day of April A. D. 1914.

man named Denton, from family take great down pleasure from Winter in bringing Park to my see plead for mercy, instead of justice. the Witness lth day my of official March signature A. D. 1914.and seal this The 18th Day of March is to .

Alachua county, has announced as a them, and I am confident that you (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON,
c candidate against Frank Clark. will make a great hit with Orange The Mendelssohn Club will give 3-17-Sw Clerk Circuit Court Orange County, Fla. I be Remembered

Puddin' for Clark. The opposition to county citizens if you are .enterprising -
enough to spend the big amountof
Clark is rather hard put to it. money that I know it will cost to 1

o exhibit this splendid picture story,
Many of us who haven't it would and you will certainly delight your

be willing to barter much for the audiences the jump.and prove Go to your it. enterprisefrom Cash to Loan on .O R IG OPNING.[

perennially sweet temper of the Lake- Sincerely yours, ..
land Telegram. It never gets excited W. C. TEMPLE. .. .
and In connection with the above letter
says pleasant things even City PropertyReal
addressed to Mr.
our Brittain.
about unpleasant subjects.A wish to state that our manager: Mr. of all departments.

o Kent, made a special trip to Tampa "
a very Powell has started a new pa- to secure this and other features, and

per at Macclenny, and says he is this film will be shown in our theateron and sold
go Estate
Thursday afternoon. and eveningof bought ON THAT DAY
ing to make it the best county paper this week, March 19th, from 2
in the state. Avery has the ability o'clock until the public wants to go for cash commission.Dr.
or on
g to do it, and the Sentinel hopes he home. .
will receive all 'the We wish to make it clear to the Goods Men's
ncouragementJ Dry Furnishings Groceries :
'' public that this is the only authorized ,
1 that he needs to make him do his moving picture of the Gasparilla car-
best. nival; as stated in Mr. Temple's ,let-
f o ter, and that it is the best by far of A. J. TAYLORRock etc., etc, etc.
the several moving pictures taken of
Bryan Mack, of Pensacola, and the events. This is the only com-
: Arthur Taylor, of Jacksonville, are plete picture, is composed of three Building, Upstairs.iHIIIMMMMIMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMM.

going to start a new weekly paper in complete reels, was taken under the 25
most favorable circumstances +HHMillMMHIItllMMIMIMtMMtM DEPARTMENTS[ .25
y Jacksonville. The first issue is to.. from the best observation stands., --

appear soon. Mack and Taylor are The prices of admission will be as
a heavy team and will make an interesting follows: First floor, adults 10 cents,
publication. The Sentinel children 5 cents; balcony, 5 cents to A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX
wishes it success. alL A few reserved seats at,15 cents A cordial invitation is extendedto
for those who wish them.
o Thanking the press to publish these THE PALMS AUTO COREO
The receiver for the Pensacola letters, so that the public in generalwill everyone
News began cutting down be acquainted with the above
facts, we beg to remain, MOTOR CARS
7 by cutting the Sentinel off the list. I Very

: Because of this economy we were de- LUCERNE truly yours THEATER, DON'T FAIL TO BE PRESENT.Souvenirs
l prived of the pleasing knowledge By A. G. Kent, Manager, For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a .

'. that Herbert Felkel had returned to A Jacksonville full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force
the man has written a
.paper as editor, having gained
the information- only recently throughthe new tango rag and calls it "Not of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely

Tampa Tribune. The Hanson Enough Ketchup." It will never be

crowd killed interest in the News popular in busy Jack., and it ought guaranteed.

from the time they took hold, and its' not to be for that metropolis has :

appearance after that was pathetic.The plenty of ketchup, in fact, it not only :

catches up, but keeps ahead most of I
Sentinel is glad for the sake of
all concerned that Herbert has landed be the time. "Plenty of Ketchup" would I: THE PALMS AUTO CO for the ladies from the Dry]
a more appropriate title.
on it. He and Sam Sanborn

t know how to make a paper, and will FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.ililMliMiMMIMIMMIiliiilillilMMMIIIIM. Goods and Grocery Departmentsand
do it if the people of Pensacola back I SEED! SEED! SEED!
Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
them up. Fire the receiver, Herb, Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf I ,.
and put us back on the list. for the men from the Den'sFurnishing


The Tampa Times and some other Department.

1 papers are pretty free with their ad-

vice about how the Orlando fire de-

partment might and should be im-

proved. The Sentinel doesn't objectto

well timed advice and counsel, but .

these papers are proceeding from a

false premise. From their line of .
Is Your Heart "In the
tergiversation one might readily con- Ring"Isn't

clude that Orlando has no fire department -

{ worthy of the name. Quite the it about time you "elected" the girl of your

contrary is true. Orlando has a fire dreams as mistress of your heart and home, and pre- 11

department which for efficiency will sented her with

measure with that of any town of

like size in the country. The equipment
An Engagement Ring? .
is practically new and the best

of its kind. The chief and one other

paid man are on duty all the time and ,. You can win any girl's heart with your Jewelry,

'' there are four volunteer men who Just show her the newest designs and let her choose Our Mail '

sleep at the department barracks and the setting she prefers and we'll mount a white diamond r er Deparlifieni e

are subject to call as if they were of the purest water.

paid men. They are_all trained men,
We have
wedding rings, too.
and the fact that they give their ser-
to out-of-town
Is a great help our customers, make
vices does not diminish their fire

5 fighting effectiveness. Orlando needsan use of it whenever you can. Samples or information I

auto fire truck, and will have one
cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
in time. The improvement is in the '.

i line of progress. This was recog- Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues -

nized and agreed upon some time ago,
before the Times filed its opinion. We invite comparison values.ORLANDO'S .
We might add that the Orlando fire-

men's association is a well organized

body of men, comprising a dozen or

more, who are always subject to call T.H.Evans
the Jeweler
t.. and who have a rare record for 0

promptness in getting to fires and do- FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

ing good work after they get there. ,

The fact that Orlando has had many OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

alarms but no disastrous fires in recent -

1 years is indisputable evidence \ Orange e Ave. . I Orlando

i that the Orlando fire department is EXPERT REPAIRING. AND ENGRAVING

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Mere Pleasure. Here's Why.Of rrilli; I II
Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M.

course, hundreds opeople all over the coun- I Admission 5 cents QI t
D( QD I! QDQ! '->QDcGDQ'->
; try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to GASPARILLA

'' satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also -
BUYS AND SELLS. Motion pictures of the Gasparilla "bet It At t ID'S"The
have done the same thing many times.If celebration taken at Tampa, showingthe
most prominent events during the
we can convince you that pure candy is REAL ESTATE fo'ir big days. Here is a list of some

healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. of the the more camera important man: events caughtby The best

point, why then you'll realize that your money is well B.Opening McKay. address by Hon. Mayor D.

> spent when you buy Candy from our large assort Arrival of Gasparilla's envoy.
; ; 400 acres within three School children's parade, arrival at WATCHESCLOCKS
ment. Plant Field. II
! miles of Kissimmee, two Indian boys' and girls' frolic. .
Landing of De Soto.
I ; mile facing .orlando-Kis- Peace between De Soto and the In-.

; ; simmee brick road, $20 dians.Aboard Gasparilla's pirate ship as V
H if sold within it sailed up the bay and into the
: | per acre Hillsborough river, and landing of

r ; 30 days. 3i4.imtlMMMMHIIiilliiiillM the Gasparilla pirate Krewe.receiving keys of the JEWELRY D
The home of pure home-made Candies city and addresses at the grand stand.
Shriners' parade and the grand pa-

Orange Avenue rade.At the Favorite. Price 5 cents. Etc.
Mr. E. S. Greeley, of New Haven,
Conn., came over from DeLand Sun-

.'11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'I day and spent the day with his niece, .MRS.. ROBT. HOWE'S BUTTERFLY You. ever bought at the
Mrs. M. E. Chipman, of East Concord PARTYOn
avenue. best price you ever
I I I ern part of the state before returning -
I to their home in Des Moines, COMPLIMENTARY TO MISS Saturday afternoon Mrs. Rob- bought them.
ert Howe was hostess for a "butterfly
THE TUNER Iowa. EMMA TIPPINS party"-one of the prettiest and most ..

", ORLANDO, FLA. Senator Arthur E. Donegan, of A pretty party was given on Sat- unique affairs of the season. Her O

J Kissimmee few hours.Attorney, visited. Orlando yesterdayfor urday for Miss Emma Tippins, whose guests were the members of the Sat- II III t lllpnV II
a wedding to Mr. James Burden will urday Ajct'cn Bridge: dub, with a uGl
Louis C. Massey spent occur on March 24th. The hostesswas number of other friends, and each,
Mr. H. G. Keck, of Minturn, Colo.,I I part of yesterday in Kissimmee on Miss Minnie Burden, and the as she entered, was given a tallyon
is a winter visitor to the city. business.Mr. guests included twenty-five girl which a butterfly was painted. Ina

Recent arrivals at the San Juan I H. Edmund Swabey, of Kis- friends of the honoree. When all contest at auction the prizes, a sofa '

include Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peiffer,I simmee, was among the visitors in were seated at the tea table, a large pillow on which a large butterfly was 0---

of Brockton, Mass. I Orlando yesterday.. package Mayor E. F. Sperry returned and when this was opened it was : butterflies, were won by Miss
and Mrs. J. G. Wilson and I
terday afternoon from a business found to contain many smaller par- Mollie Ray and Mrs. Fiske.
children, of Cleveland, left yesterdayfor I i visit to Tampa. cels tied, with white ribbon. Each of The serving table, at which Mrs.

points south. I I Miss Margaret ,Barker and Miss these disclosed a dainty piece of linen Monroe poured tea, was most at- J imorHIIIIMgiMIIIIMIMIIItMMIttMtllMtittiMiiltiK-J zdg
Prof. I. E. Garrett came up from for use in the new home of the bride- tractive-bearing; an exquisite cover
I Ida Boring, of Gainesville, Ga., left
I St. Petersburg yesterday and expectsto yesterday, after visiting with Mraand to-be. The pretty gifts were hand of lace, and having in the center a
remain several days. embroidered, and carried the affec- basket filled with calla lily blossoms,
Mrs. W. W. Rose and Miss Nell
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fordham, of Thomas.Mr. tionate wishes of a wide circle of over which a large'gauze butterflywas

Lockport, N. Y., were among the arrivals friends. suspended. Aiding Mrs. Howe
S. A. Johnson leaves
Orlando were Mrs. Wister, Mrs. Lee Miller
in yesterday.Mr. for Gainesville to attend the grand --- and Miss Hudson and the deliciousmenu
have to loan improved
on -
and Mrs. Robt. Ely leave today commandery Knights Templar, which MISS SHINE HONOREE OF PRET- included fruit gelatine, pimento money
for Mount Pleasant, Iowa, after TY AFFAIRThe
will be in session Wednesday and cheese, yellow and white mints,
spending part of the season here. Thursday.Mr. .
sandwiches, brick ice cream, cakes
of Miss
Dr. Paul T. Butler, of Kalamazoo, Albert E. Jenkins, traveling approaching wedding and crystallized fruits. city
Lillias Shine and Mr. F. B. Stoneman, property.l
Mich., left yesterday for Cuba, aftera salesman for the BeckleyRalstoncompany Small baskets, ornamented with
which is to take place in St. Luke'sCathedral
short visit here with friends.Mr. of Chicago, is visiting his Butterflies and filled with bon-bons,
at high noon on the Tues-
and Mrs. Andrew Radel, of wife and daughter at the home of were given as favors.In .
day after Easter, is an event of great
Conn. arrived Orlando his Mrs. Leonard attendance the club
Bridgeport, daughter, Bumby.Mr. were members -
interest to their many friends, and -
t yesterday and are located at the San I Wm. Wigman, one of Pine Castle's the bride-elect was given a "shower and Mesdames Murray, Fiske, s.wgPhone
Juan. Wescott, Carr, Drew, Reese, Thompson
I progressive citizens, was among of pretty and useful gifts yesterday -
Mr. Allan Cohoon left Sunday afternoon -I the visitors to the county metropolis afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Gas- Hudson, Miller, and Misses
for a tour of the States in I yesterday. Mr. Wigman is prepar- ton H. Edwards. Wood, Slemons, Southgate, Ray, law- 172'IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.

the interest of the Cohoon Packing ing to open an up-to-date market Orange blossoms were used in the ton and Hudson.

company there Thursday.Mr. drawing room, a large. cluster being
Mr. N. Wilthumuth arrived in Orlando Ernest Tiedtke arrived last suspended from the chandelier, and TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
r yesterday from Boone, Iowa, night from Toledo to visit at the the toy wagon on which the dainty
and is looking over this section witha home of his brother, Mr. Charles bundles were placed was covered with WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto
view to locating.Mrs. Tiedtke. Mr. Henry Tiedtke and his white ribbon and outlined with blos- Orlando,good neighborhood,reas- tltMtmiltlHttttttiiiiBtttlttllltttlMMMHitOIFresh

L H. Fiske, who has been the wife and their daughter, Miss Justina soms. Miss Mary Adair Edwards, a onable. Must distance be good of schools land, suitable and churches. for-

guest of Mrs. F. D. Carr, left yester- Tiedtke; came several days ago. very sweet and pretty little Cupid, trucking and poultry raising. Prefer TomatoesWe
day for Louisville, Ky., en route to Dr. L. H. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. I. pulled the wagon into the room, plac- place with out buildings, but not absolutely -
her home in Brookline, Mass. I M. Thomas and Miss Louise M. ing it in front of Miss Shine, who necessary if price is right.
Give full particulars to B. R. Montgomery receive of the best
examined its load of "ex- a shipment.
Mr. George Hotchkiss, Miss Hotch-I Thomas, of Wilkes Barre, Pa., arrived quickly 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jack-
t kiss, knd Miss Rollins are among the I I in Orlando yesterday to spend press," and thanked the givers for sonville, Fla. 3-16 tf variety every day.Sweet.
New Yorkers arriving at the San several days and are making their their kind thought.Mrs. .
Juan yesterday.Mr. I headquarters at the San Juan. Edwards was aided by Mrs. TO RENT OR SELLA
Newell, Mrs. Beeman and Mrs. Wood- new 7-room bungalow, furnishedor Potatoes
Mr. W. P. Watson has returned
and Mrs. D. M. Lamb, of Gale- unfurnished. Rental for summer
ruff in serving afternoon tea to the
ton, Pa., are located at the San Juan I from Jacksonville, where he went to months moderate. Apply 500 Anderson -
all of whom intimate Famous Hall
guests were
3-17-3t Nancy variety.
for a brief stay while looking over I be present at the meeting of the street.
friends of the hostess and honoree.
this section. state executive committee, which was
held there Saturday. The committee LOST-My bank book. Finder please
Tourists at the San Juan who will REV. K. B. TUPPER TO LECTUREAT return same to the State Bank of George Washington CoffeeWe
named a campaign committee,and refused Orlando. Andrew Harris. 3171t.
make an indefinite stay here include BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
to make assessments, as LOST-A fountain Finder
Messrs. William Brooks and E. H. any pen. have it in both largeor
this office. 3-17-lt
there was a considerable balance in please leave at
Evans, of Holyoke, Mass. Kerr the tal-
; Boyce Tupper, small
:. the treasury. Mr. Watson says the cans.
Mr. H. C. and wife left ented minister and lecturer who is *
Thayer new law has deprived the committeeof soI I C. W Riley, the photographer, has
yesterday to visit points in the south- much work which it did formerly, well known in Orlando, will appear in! moved his business from 405 Hughey

1' and the meeting was rather tame and a lecture on "A Saloonless Nation in street, and can now be found at 303

TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO' uninteresting, though the pleasure of 1920" at the Baptist church Saturday Garland street. Call and see him. THE SANITARY GROCERY
There will be charge.A .
evening. no
Chiropodist for both men and wo. meeting "the boys" was much en- 3-7-lw
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and joyed.
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. FULL MOON Eat what you want. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
J. Mustard 117 Orange avenue, over r Now is the time to buy your garden Eat all you want.
'Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lra Read Sentinel want ads. seed from DeLaney & Abernethy. Take a postscript and forget it. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

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Three One-reel subjects for Tuesday; afternoon and Good Wood - $1.50 run, $350.00.San : ,

Evening Better Wood $2 and $2.25
Best Wood. $2.50 and $2.75 Juan Garage Co.
Admission First Floor: Adults lOc, Children oc..

Balcony 5c. This won't last long,
All Night
Stock up while you can.

Orlando Wood Yard
TIRES don't cost any more and are guar-

104 W. [Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.Eating .

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;f Taft, Fla., March 14.-John Hill FOR RENT-Exceptionally well fur- :
j nished bungalow. Immediate
and Geo. K. Thomas have been treat- Wilson, N. C., March 14.Special.Robert ( .) MUNNIMAKERSNotices session. Everything necessary pos for :

ing their houses to a new coat of Wray 'was arrested todayon of Lost Wanted, For Sale. Fer convenient housekeeping. Reasonable
Bent etc., for this column 25c for one day rent Phone 401 239 call at & .S. TRANSFER CO.
paint, giving them a very neat ap- the charge of abandoning his hoc for three days or $1.00 for one week for 514 South Lake street, or or 3-15-1w : P

" pearance. With the new cottage of three-weeks-old boy, born in Wake 25 the words advertisements or less. fer Money this must column accompany as no - - 1

Mayor Bristol and others on the county. The police, who have been insertions will be made on credit. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished front
room; reasonable rent for the remainder :
street, Sixth avenue will soon be the
1: mystified for a week as to who were FOR SALE-Automobile, and city of the season. Address 217 I ORLANDO FLORIDA
"" aristocratic section of the city. the parents of the child, learned to- lots from $125 t o$225 apiece. Wm.I. E. Robinson avenue. 3-15-3t II
J J. H. Tice has built an addition to day that the baby had been sent to a Higgins. 3-8-6t
i his residence for the accommodation FOR RENT -room house, partly :
family in Wilson by Wray. By mis OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174
: : FOR SALE-Ten of land Frank
acres ; one furnished. See Soper, Room :
of his Herbert and who
son family,
q. take the messenger left the baby at acre in bearing orange grove; six 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t I
intend to remain with us. the wrong house. Both Mr. and Mrs. acres cleared; part of land suitablefor

J. H. Paige arrived from Glen Cas- Wray are society leaders. gardening and trucking; located FOR RENT-Large attractive room : I I I I II

t tIe, N. Y., last Wednesday, He ref half mile from city limits on public I in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewood :
road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., I
2-4 tf 1na.
ports,the cold and snow in the North aveaue. II
Tampa's port commerce was up to care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf .
t- the worst that he ever saw. Mr. the average the past month. The I FOR RENT- SALE-Good house, I FOR RENT-Unfurnished, good size :
t Paige was here last winter he.I
so land
and farm
garden on Conway
fine location Lake LuI I
value of all commerce handled house; near
knew what fie was coming after when clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. cerne. Three minutes walk from the :
amounted to about $100,000 per -day I
.I he came to Florida. He finds the 320lmd&wFOR postoffice. Fred B. Dale, 306 Ander-I
for the month.-Tampa Times.
weather here much more agreeable. SALE-Bargains in improvedand son street. 3-14-6t :

He will remain here until the North unimproved land. See S. S.
J FOR RENT-Cheap, from April 1st, :
FOR SALE :Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2- 6-wlm -
. thaws out-not Harry Thaw). cottage, 15 East Amelia avenue.I

l. A. J. Richardson and H. C. Hartley 20 acres located three miles from FOR SALE Inquire at cottage. 3-14-6t :

y were business visitors in Orlando city on proposed brick road; eight An elegant modern home; four bed- HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms, : REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN
and electricity
I Wednesday.Mrs. acres bearing grove; two acres rooms; two throughout rooms fruit; gas trees and- modern; located at 311 N. Orange :

Sprague and Mrs. Franklinand room cleared cottage.arid ten Price acres$3,500.timber; four flowers. 509 East;Central avenue. nue.avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange 2-24-tf anI'I Orlando and Sanford and InterveningPoints

Mr. J. A. Simms were at the 25 acres four miles from city; ten 215tfMtMimiMMMIIIMtiltmMI II

1 county seat Thursday. acres in grove, four hundred bearing I ,
The "camp fire" at the parsonage orange and two hundred threeyearold IIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII. :
grapefruit trees; twelve acres i of all
Hauling Kinds and Contract Work. Quick
last Thursday evening passed off
,fruit land_ and three acres garden
very pleasantly. Many local hits land; cottage, and barn, located on Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

from the "Taft News" caused roars lake front. Price $5,000. One Left to Sell
70 choice fruit and Bungalow
s of laughter. Short speeches, singing, acres vegetableland i ill IHIIIIIMIiiMIMMIilillMM
three and one-half miles from
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readings, etc., ,
were entertaining ------ ------- -
very city. Price $30 per acre. -- - - -- - ----
j as were several recitations from the Five-room cottage and lot one hun-
school children. More "camp fires" dred by four hundred feet; located on M. J. DAETWYLER
main highway leading out of city.
will be held later.
Price $2,000.Five .
Recent guests at the Nelson House acres of bearing orange grove, New Spring Materials '

were: F. A. Ames, Davenport, la.; well located. Price $2,000. Phone 563

Ephraim Conway, Orlando, Fla.; J. H. 140 acres overlooking a beautiful
lake and one-fourth miles %
Paige, Glen Castle, N. Y. Mr. and one
; In Foulards Embroidered Ratine
railroad station and packing house; ,
Mrs. C. E. Swope, Kissimmee, Fla. 20 acres bearing orange grove con- IIIMMHIIMIIIIIIHMHIIIHIMIMtUMIFOR

y J. H. Paige, J. S. Barklow, Will taining fourteen hundred trees. The Crepes, Dainty Flaxons. The latest stylesin

R BarMow, C. A. Tompkins, H. H. Child remaining land is high grade fruit I
and garden soil. Price $12,000. SALE-Phaeton, harness, and liFOR KENS'Lazge, well famished '
and A. Hanselman are looking Orlando 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well two-seated carriage. All in good, room t* PJOSOBS wishag ssbwbanjaceonuaaStettB Millinery.

over tpday. located. Can be had at a bargain.J. condition. Curtis & O'Neal. 3-15-tf ; also 2 acres good
E. CRAWFORD, I track bad, dose in. Good opgQituaity -

Dade County's grapefruit crop will Office Over Blue Drug Store, FOR SALE-Ford runabout; bargain for right person. Adfress "A," MISSES HAULM & DUNN

6f this year be worth $700,000 to the 117 South Orlando grange, Florida.Ave. Phone 404, city.if taken at once. Address Box 3-13-lw 594,I Sentinel 9-8tf

growers of the county and nearly one 2-20-tf FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the S
week or month; cheap. Phone 571,
million dollars will be brought into
FOR SALEA or call at 23 E. Pine street., 3-12-lm
the county by the grapefruit- indus- SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI family pony, 5 years old, gentle,
try.-Miami Note in Florida Metropolis. am now organizing an excursion good saddler, and driver; also top CHEAP-Two nice furnished rooms Agents! for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's

party to New York and Albany, via buggy and harness. Bargain. Apply for light housekeeping. 206 South
Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, 107 E. Amelia avenue. 3-14-lw l street. 3-13-3t Patterns
r April 20th. Price for trip is $2 .25 -- -
Sentinel "wants" fill your wants.ACCIDENTS from Orlando to Albany, which includes FOR SALE-Horse, buggy and har- LOST-Gold ring, small diamond in
Y low setting initials inside. Returnto
baggage transfer in Jackson- ;
ness-Bargain if taken at once, or
ville and New York. redac- Orlando Water and Light office
Special will exchange for Ford runabout. Ad-
t tion to those starting at Jacksonvilleor dress Box 569, City. 3-14tf and receive reward. 3-15-3t ,.tQMtMIIIIIIIIIMIMMMIMIMMIHHMHMH'.
stopping at New York. For good I
Will happen, but they can't stop that berth FOR RENT-Comfortable cottage,
and rooms make reservations FOR SALE-Shetland pony, harness large yard overlooking Lake Adair, Real Estate Agents Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
continuous flow of fresh buttered ,
pop- now' of C. P. Smith, Hand building, if
and fresh roasted and cart Will sell at bargain city limits, Apopka road. $8 per
peanuts. corner Orange avenue and Church bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne month until November. H. C. McDaniel. !
x My little
gasoline explosion put me street, before March 21. 35tfIjForSale Circle. 3-7-lw-d&w 3-13-1w :
out of business for the past week,
but as I am now well and can get W. T. ENTRICAN, I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
back at it again, my aim shall be to WANTED rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, nrth.
please our customers.
We are located at 1211-2 Orange WANTED-To buy a good horse or Makes a specialty of painting, paper- Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
avenue, between the J. L. Giles Real ; ; mule, cheap. Address P. 0. Box ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special

Estate company and the E. E. Whitehead 194. It Phone 636. 1-21-lm heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-

.barber shop, where we expound WANTED family washings at FOR SALE ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
fresh roasted peanuts and fresh once, from 50 cents up. Home Nursery stock, one, two, three and
house or
s and buttered Modern furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose
popped popcorn. ii 8-room Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. four year old buds; Foster Early, These
ONLY THE BEST CREAMERY 3-8- Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200.
BUTTER USED ii House 2 doors ANTE I Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
::1 Corn and W -To buy a' secondhandFord
popped buttered, butter Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
cut and melted. Peanuts roasted and touring car. Apply 306 E. "
j sacked before your very eyes. So it i i west of Wyoming -: South street. 3-13-31 NOTICE-I will not be responsible Open to all. :' 4 L .

is that we have to live up to the for any debts contracted by my
Hotel. Bar-
ii :
above. WANTED-Position as bookkeeperand
E. N. COY -
wife after March 11 1914.
today, ,
One day we roast the imported stenographer, by a lady of ex
Spanish peanut, the next we roast the iigain. : perience. Address M., 114 Court 3t C. T. HUNGERFORD 307 West St., Nortb.Orlando
All Famous Sun peanut. So, if you street. 3-13-6t -25-YEARS' EXPERIENCE
.z are particularly fond of either we In buying and' selling Seeds. Our :
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, "
wilt have them for '
H you. Seeds are good. McElroy Pharmacy.
;f The Peanut & Popcorn Machine I ii A. L. Bentley, on Court street 12-5-tf 3-19-3t ,'

T. Cash RestersWarman fixes 'em Take your repairing to Warman on

i aim Give is to usa please.trial. REMEMBER our I! .. 10 L AMELIA AVENUEiHIIIMMMIIiliiMMMI on Court street. 12-5-tf I Court street. 12-5-tf READ THE[ SENTINEL[ [ fOR THE[ NEWS[

1 1211-2 S. Orange Ave. For the news, read The Sentinel. I Sentinel want ads. get results.

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100 Rooms AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN New and Modern $1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35e.

Electric Elerator Steam Heat, Baths-Hot and Cold Water In Each Room J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. '

Cut Rates to January I.I 1915

Rooms.lose) Sl.OO per day, Rooms (two) SL50 per day. Meals Meals 50c.by the week$8.50. NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to
$6 00 per week. $8.00 per week. '
Board and Room the
$20.00 per month. S30.00 per month. by WEEK FOR
month $50.00.Orlando $5.00PER SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
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TWO STATES To Be Sold Within For Sale20acre

Editor Sentinel-As in
you printed THE MARKET
yesterday's issue the defeat of the
grove on beautiful lake
woman's suffrage amendment in Vir- 10 DaysWhat

ginia, I think it only fair to your near Orlando and one-half mile Of Cleanliness Of Quality |
readers to print its passage in Ken- from
df the
one new County
tucky and New Jersey by large ma- is known as the E.V.. Bullock home.
jorities. Mrs. Bullock has taken up her residence in Georgia, brick roads. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

SENTINEL READER.In where she has large business interests. The ladyis 1,300 orange and grape fruit FISH AND GAME

New Jersey here for u lew days and is ready to make very attractive trees. 600 trees in full bearing
By a vote of 14 to 3 the New Jer- prices to those wanting a home or for an Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
sey senate on February 24 passed the investment. 700 two years from bud. 30,000

resolution providing for the submis- trees of which Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
nursery some are
sion of a constitutionala.ont Meet the lady at my office and do your trading and pure.
ready to bud. Present bloom indicates
enfranchising women. It had already direct with her.CHADWICK'S.

passed the assembly, 49 to 4. at least 3,500 boxes this We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

The measure received the united year. Good 7-room residence. everything in the Meat Line.

support but was of opposed the senate by three Republicans Democrats, A UL. f ESTATE AND This is the finest grove bargainin

-President Slocum, Floor Leader Mc- the County. $6,000 cash, balance -. The PARLOR MARKET i
Ginnis and Mr. Ramsay. The plat-
forms of all parties had declared for Business ExchangeOPEN one, two and three years.

the submission of the amendment.An EVENINGS H. M. Self & Co.
effort was made by the Demo
Cooper Atha
crats to delay final action because of 19 W. Church Street Phone 398 i.. PINE STREET i !
the absence of Senator Munson, but : I
114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
Senator Colgate of Essex, Republican, I MilliillMIMMMMIItilMMtMMHtlMIMMMtlttJust : Phone No. 80
moved for its consideration and he Phone No. 311Supreme

won on a roll call. -

In KentuckyIn ,
Kentucky the senate committee .

as well as that of the house has reported I SUMIMIIMIIMMilMMMMtMltMIIMIfltmiilMIIMIIMMillimMMIItllltlf

in favor of submitting to, the I :
voters an amendment to the state -A- --- ..

constitution giving the ballot to wo ; .
men. A special suffrage committeehas : ..

been created in the house. The .,.. c' ; : W. M. SLEMONS

suffragists have had two hearings, ,
one of the house with the senate invited
a load :
when Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, car

president of the Kentucky Equal FORDS for immediate :
Rights association, and Miss Laura New Goods Arriving Daily

Clay spoke. The other was a hearing delivery.Get .
before the senate with the house in- I

vited. At the second hearing Miss ;" :
I yours now .
Sophonisba Breckinridge, |>f Chicago, .
spoke. In addition there have been .
two public committee hearings.A .
suffrage headquarters has been Phone 226 We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Kept constantly in the .
open Capitol made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
hotel at Frankfort, with a member of\

the state board in attendance. The i Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
result of this activity has been widespread -M' r '" -
and its education value cannot !' Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

be overestimated. Screens and & Co. J Best place in the city to trade. '.
posters in the room and along' the 1
corridors have received much atten

tion. Legislators who went to Frank-
' fort opposed to any mention of suf-

frage have been convinced that it is M.SLEMONSORANGE
a topic which,can not be avoided. A" II1I II1ITo .

table piled high with literature was
placed in the hall, and left unattended -: AVENUE

so that the timid might help them-

selves without remark or comment.It 11 iniiiitiitmtTOiitttmmttttfmttfmnttttttttttttiiiiiiiiiMHnii ,i

was emptied of its literature time the West and NorthwestVIA -- -, - -
and again. :Men stopped and took CHMMMMMIMIMIIIHH

what interested them, without fear -- -- We are the Peoplethat
of being called on' for pledges. The
wives of the legislators are interested ,
and enthusiastic, and have done

much to. help in _pouularizing the I .. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED have made good Why? Be
movement. In all this work the Wo ---I
I Dixie Dixie The oil that has
man's Journal has been of inestimable Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED cause experience has taught us how to
value, writes Fannie M. Flexner. I Lv Orlando, A. C. 1..12:3lam. 3:13pmr I v Orlando ........................ 3:13 pm stood the supreme .
............. .. *
Jacksonville. A. C. L.... 6:45 am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..... ';:30 pm
It has been used largely for .. ........... make formulas that
very pro- v Jacksonville. A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:23 pm v Jacksonville A. C. I 8:15p suit all conditionsfor
paganda, and has been distrib- I Y Waycross. A. C. L..ll:50am 10:25pm v 11 ayeross, A. C. L. .............10:20 pm test
wjdely i r Macon. G. S. & F....... 5:13pm ":15 am r Macon. G. S. & F. .............. 3:46am
uted and frequently called for. I r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 1:25 am I r Atlanta C. of Ga.. .............. 7:12a both trees and
Ii i Ar KnoxvCle, L. &: N. .............12:19pm orange vegetables!
I r Chattanooga. W, &: A..12:13. am 11:55. amr I r Corbin L. & N. ................ 3l6pm -----= THAT ___
OWNERS OF DOGS WITHOUT I Nashville N. C. &: St. L. .:50 am .:30 pm r Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:0tpm
I r Indianapolis, L. ............
TAGS WILL ARRESTED Ar St. Louis, LC.iL.4N.: : %:50 pm '1:20 amI a. 1:50 am
i i Ar Lexington L. &: N. ............ 6:50 pm No is the time to fertilize
:Ar Hopkinsville, L. &: N...... .... 6:2 7 pm Ar Cincinanti, L. &; N. ............. 8:50pm Good Gulf asoline
Chief of Police William Smith and I I Ar Evansville, L. & N..... 9:_;8 am 925pm Ar Kalamazoo G. R. & L ..........12:20 pm
his men are notifying the of Ar Terre Haute, C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar Grand Rapids G. R. &: L....... %:45 pm
owners (I[Ar Chicago C. & E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:15am
dogs that haven't tags to procure

them at once. After notification if DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED The Southern Fertilizer Co.
the tags are not bought the dog owners Solid train composed of section drawingroom Solid train, composed of electric lighted
will be arrested and fined. Up to can and sleeping during can car,, between observation Jacksonville compartment and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches Agt.I I r Orlando PHONES: Office32, Plan31 Florida
date 136 tags have been sold. Chicago and section drawing-room sleepingar between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and P. G. WALTON,
between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville ang ladiaupolb
; *
DIXIE FLYERSolid through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and
Remember Thursday, March 19th, train carrying electric lighted com Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or
at Grand theater, "The Martyr of An- artnwnt- observation sleepers, and electlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand PHONES 450-269 You give one to your own judgmentif "News" sightseeing automobiles
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. Flnt-
tioch. Big midwinter concert of the
Mendelssohn Club, assisted by Mrs. I I lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining ear Thursdays of each week. Dining car you don't use Sentinel wants to for Lookout Mountain, Point Park,
service betweea Atlanta and Cincinnati
ems meals a Ia carte. mini
Martha Palmer Carr, Mr. Forrest solve your. little worries and prob- Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
Dabney Carr, and Mr. Cyril Tyler of lems. Ridge and historical points. For resemtions -
Jacksonville. 3-14-lt garden seed from DeLaney
W. B. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent W. p. Will,, Deprt Ticket Ageat.Atkntie Buy&: your Abernethy. Just received a address 910 Market street.

Try the Sentinel Job Department. Gout Line, Orlufe big shipment of fresh seed. 3-18-tf Era Try oar dutfficd Ads. 33Apr.23II

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WORKING FORCES 'I I! I I t II I .1 ? III" T I'I' I' YN r p 17 w rr a :. : : r ::: :..u: r'gl

(Continued on page 4)) l l lla!Illl lilG hll Ii7, li :l l'IIiINirV; lll i l ll ,Ih {Ii ; u ,Y r ;1"h wl p : { n h u' II 'kwil
younger men in the Board of Trade -- --- -. - --
work. He said the older memberswere
: ". c''. ... , quite milling to step aside and
allow the younger men to take the = '
lead in the work, while at the same
time giving them their hearty and ,
active support. He hoped that the ?:\H
young men would come in and assert FJ II ) 1) !' }Tff//?\ .
themselves in this respect. He saidit n\tJ 1\ ( l LI 4S

was undoubtedly true that the :
Board of Trade had been
supportedby c): YOUR HOME and! CHIIDIUW(
a few men, but it was not because c
:II these men wanted the offices and the
rr n.I J r l r honor, but rather because there was I = _
Depend largely upon hove ranch yon = :-
no one else to assume the responsi
} bilities. save and teach them to save i

\i '--- .,I '6. The standing committees announcedby
\ "
low ranch have
J.'... J \; \ : : the president follow: you and they savedTHIS ,
'.. .. '" zo...." ."1 "-. ... ... 7' ... ""/... Standing Committees for 1914 t
."",',. .:;,. / -. Agricultural-Hugh C. Allen, A. G. -
? : ., ;
?.r : "'L-.._. : :( [ MONTH( 1 ?
... : .. '- A. Y. Fuller, W. A. Dade, :
JI ..'. "..."" :-;'- .. ..-.. "-- '-..--#- .....--- :: /
.../IT ) .......-'-'.cF.'r -::-::.. =:: .=- Mahlon Gore.Commercial. ==
::::; : .-. -. Relations-J. M. Che- .

ney, H. N. Dickson, E. G. Duckworth,
C. E. Johnson, W. M. Brittain. = '"
Legislative-L. C. Massey, C. B.
Travel on "A.B.A. Cheques
.It Robinson, LeRoy B. Giles, Wilbur
q J You can pay your hotel biDs with them; buy railway and steamship Tilden, B. Beacham.ManufacturesGeo.. LET: US Hiii! ]! ) YOU{ .J I=
tickets; use them for purchases. They are the most convenient as well Phillips, E. F. t
as the safest kind ofM travel money;"your counter-signature identifies you. Sperry, M. 0. Overstreet, T/P. War-
q "A.BA" Cheques supply the urgent need for an International Cur low, H. H. Dickson. We have several plans for teaching
rency. They are the only travelers cheques accepted, under the law New Enterprises. H. Dickson,
foe U. S. Customs duties., Call or write for booklet. J. L. Giles, M. 0. Overstreet, E. F. systematic saving and will be pleasedto

Sperry, L. L Payne.ImmigrationJ. .
them all.
The State Bank of Orlando N. Bradshaw, H.
L. Beeman, C. E. Howard, M. 0. -
Overstreet, W. S. Branch.
Inland Waterways-B. Beecham, H.
L. Beeman, T. P. Warlow, V. W. ( ID) 'I
' Estes, J. P. Holbrook. Pteopik"It $ ,1'atn'I rm@11 I 1OJ Rftk
Streets, Highways and ParksDr.J. =
W. "Stagg, C. D. Christ, B. Drew,
J. C. Patterson, W. H. Reynolds. is a pleasure to serve you.

Publicity-C. E. Howard, W. S.
Branch, J. M. Cheney, W. R. O'Neal,

Carl Jansen.MembershipJ.. _
a P. Holbrook u C. E. I
Howard, A. T. Butt, S. S. Griffin, G.
IN HONOR OF BRIDE-TO-BE Jean Teague, Fannie Carlton, Ethel R. Ramsey, Harry Kanner.
Dickson, Esther Glenn, Ruth Thompson Sanitation-G. R. Ramsey, Dr. G. : Ill,i iII
$ The girls who have been enter: Sue Magruder, Ada Bumby, H. Edwards, Dr. J. C. Howell, N. J. I I t .II .
f tained several times by Miss Glenn Mayme Thornton, Alma DeLaney, Merck, Dr. P. P. Pillans. -
' Cheney at Camp "Bee-gi-woo-che" Willie Person, Sara Slemons, Alta ;I Chautauqua-W. R. O'Neal, C. E. I I REV. G. E. EDWARDS AT BAPTIST AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND the highest bidders. Each horse or
entertained Monday afternoon withan and Eliza Wright; Mesdames Vincent Howard, J. L. Guernsey, Josiah Fer- CHURCH SUNDAYRev. MULES THIS FRIDAY mule will be represented just as theyare
out door party in her honor, on Green, Allan Weathersbee, Thos. ris, E. C. Walton.EntertainmentE.. G. E. Edwards, of Bishopville, and sold without reserve to the
_' the tennis court of Mrs. S. Y. Way, Brodwater, Louis Dolive, James Ma F. Sperry, W. S. C., preached to a large congrega- Those who are in need of a good best bidders. So be on hand and geta
on Lake Lucerne. A number of the gruder. H. Reynolds, Chas. P. Dow, T. H. tion at the Baptist church Sunday horse or mule will be given an oppor- bargain, as they positively will be
girls are enthusiastic tennis playersand Evans, J. L. Giles, W. P. Walton morning. He is a preacher of great tunity this week.P. sold, so the owners can return home.
the games were very much en The Ladies' Aid Society of the Josiah Ferris. I force and impressive presence, and G. Waldron has shipped a car
joyed. After the games Miss Cheneywas Methodist church is working enthusiastically Transportation-J. L. Giles, H. H. his discourse was given close atten- load of good horses and mules from COMING NEXT WEEK
showered with many useful and toward securing the Dickson, W. M. Brittain, Harry Leu, tion. The pastor, Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Danridge, Tennessee. Reithffer's United Shows
: articles for her home. needed for Berman. Poulson, preached at the evening service be Commencing Monday, March 16th.
pretty new amount a new pipe organ Nat I They can seen at Magruder's See the smallest living horse, free.
a Sandwiches and tea were served by and is to. give a St. Patrick's tea Municipal Affairs-W. H. Rey- at the close of which there were stables, where they can be bought Carousal and big Ferris wheel, on
;3 Misses Sara Siemens, Alma DeLaneyand this afternoon at the home of Mrs. nolds, B. M. Robinson, C. E. Lartigue, several accessions. The Sunday privately, or exchanges will be made show lot near A. C. L. freight depot.
Eliza Wright, assisted by Mrs. I A. L. Bentley, on Amelia avenue. F. N. Boardman, J. M. Cook. school was attended by 270,showing a with those who so desire. 3-15
J S. Y. Way. Roads-M. 0. Overstreet, A. G.n large increase, and the collection On Friday of this week, beginningat
n Those enjoying the afternoon to-I I Take your repairing to Warman o I Branham, H. C. Robertson, Geo. C. amounted to $20, an unusual amount one o'clock, the balance of them Buy your garden seed Just from received DeLa-
I ney & Abernethy. a
gether were Misses Glenn Cheney, Court street. 12.5-tf Keller, G. R. Ramsey. for a Sunday school collection. will be put up and sold at auction to big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf


Y i I tr Special Silk Sale.. ::1:1L

: ; FIRST: FT. OO.K "



100 Foulard Dress Patterns One Day Only-WEDNESDAY-One Day Only E

Exclusive Patterns, all colors, no two alike, $7-50 Second Floor Specials

values, for this sale . . . . . . . . .N. . . . . . . . . . . $5.9883c
$1.00 Messalines, all shades and colors .

Special . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beautiful new line of silk petticoats, just what the ladies 98e
1_ 75c. Silk Ratine: plain and brocaded, all shades 48c are wearing now, $1.50 values, this sale only . . . . . . . . . .

and colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
: : $3.00 beautiful changable and .high colored Silk Skirts, 1.98
. 98e fifty in number very special . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . .. $
$1.25 grade 42-inch Silk Poplin, special this sale . . . . . . ; . :

Printed and figured Silks and Satins, beautiful line, 63c 50 specially pretty ones in Messaline Knit Silk tops _________. . . . .
good for Kimonos and Draperies, $1.25 grade, 98c.; 7 c. grade. . . . Chiffon Taffeta. These are the $! kind, this sale only . . . . . . . S2.95
85c Silk Ponges, a rare line,
yard wide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63c One very fine lot of $5.00 values in Crepe de Chene, just the
'$1.50 Real Sham tung; an imported thing for soft dresses, reduced for this sale to . . . . . . . . . . $3.95

Ponges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 COne
lot Chiffon Taffetas, good range of colors BIG REDUCTIONS extend through all our Silks. This is done

$1.00 values, this sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59e largely to introduce our NEW Silk Department of Magnificent Silks. .

A Wide Range of Special Values throughout the departments on these days. No one should fail to visit us.


is Miss with Curran us for,a of few Philadelphia days I demonstrating : Th Y II D k wort h C IS receiving our best attention.

?VM"' Hook and Eye.the new Ladies West, especially Flat- e owe ue 0 post of-town Samples wil folks cheerfully deliver, and the sent the goods to parcel out-they

: our dressmakers, should same day at our expense.
visit Miss Curran during her, tt No need to send Further than
brief stay. First floor. Orlando's I Largest Store. "Quality Did It this\ big store for anything you
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