Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00357
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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 18, 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: VID00357
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
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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i' 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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AI DEPARTMENT STORE I f OPENING Forced sioner to of Run Agriculture Again for When Commis- French by Politics Sensational Stirred Shootingof to the I THE f WARRiNG MEXICAN FACTIONS

I Elected for Four Years Calmette -

DICKSON-IVES CO. TO MAKE f FORMER O ORLANDO BOY HELD[ IN Declaring that he is the victim ofa Paris, France, March 17.- J[ Mf'S f FEE[[ f FOR R CHASING HARRY BARTHOLDT THINKS AFFAIRS -

FORMAL BOW IN NEW H HONDURAS PRISON P I flimsy technicality in being forcedto French cabinet today decided to THAW $$25,000 MIGHT BE AR-

QUARTERSTODAY run for his office after only two I tain office in spite of the RANGED AMICABLY
of Joseph Caillaux, minister
years of tenure when he was elected
Benjamin Leigh Arrested on the finance, whose wife yesterday York Senate Objects to the Bill

STORE f COMPLETE IN All DETAILS Charge of Starting Conflagration for McRae the,full commissioner term of four of years agr.,111hn., W. A.pD. Figaro sinated, because Gaston that Calmette paper, editor had Presented by Attorney WANTS THE r PRESIDENTTO[ [ HELP[

in LaceibaA expressed full confidence General Carmody
bitter in its attacks upon
that he would be elected Caillaux the
appeared at
BOWERS OF FLOWERS AND A Laceiba Honduras whelming majority an ,Jse I N. Y. :March RESOLUTION INTRODUCED IN
dispatch from of finance for a few minutes Albany, 17.-Spe-(
BEWILDERMENT OF FABRICS under date of March 16, says: I the hair splitters, w r his morning to dispose of urgent .)-Attorney General Carmondy HOUSE PROVIDING FOR APPROPRIATION -

MAKE FAIRYLAND OF Dr. Benjamin Leigh, formerly of I political scalp, woul.- .Ked. mental business. He called into to the legislature today a re- TO BRING

BUSINESS HOUSEA Jacksonville, Florida, has been com- The commissioi't' that his office several higher officials and of the expenses incurred by the PEACE IN MEXICO

mitted to jail pending an investigation present trip P .ate was not formed them of his resignation. in pursuing Harry K. Thaw

by the police of theories that he for the "" .">.....ailding up his minister broke down during the his escape from Matteawan.
large force of clerks laborers and, window carpen- started the recent fire that swept the POliti :' jut admitted that he terview and wept like a child. i amount is $43,615, of which $25- Washington, :March 17.-(Special.)
was notltefc. i the political opportu- is Jerome's fee, plus $1,250 for Carrying through his internationalpeace
The is heavily guarded -
dressers worked until midnight at city. prisoner Because of the hostile
proposition, Representative
the feeling against him is in- nities whivt! : traveling about gave tions street crowds number expenses.
the new store of the Dickson-Ives as by a
Bartholdt, of Missouri, today intro-
him. During the past week or two The Canadian lawyers' fees amount
last night to have all in tense. detectives were assigned today
company duced in the house resolution
been in the a pro-
he has
Everglades sec- approximately $12,000. Carmody
readiness for the formal opening of Benjamin Leigh lived in Orlandofor protect the minister.
tion, and is strong in the belief that "It is reasonable to expect a viding for a meeting in this city of
the newly created company in its new a number of years, and was well Caillaux's resignation was representatives of the Mexican
this part of the state is the most val- decision on Thaw's habeas cor-
quarters on the west side of Orange known here. He was a druggist He necessary by his wife's ring factions to settle their differ-
uable asset the state possesses in ma- : writ within a month. An appeal
avenue, corner of Central, today. was well liked and generally respected of Gaston Calmette, editor of ences.
terial value. The land will all be probably be taken to the United
The three stores, which have been and his old friends here feel that Although Caillaux was considered I There is carried in the resolutionan
worth a hundred dollars an acre in supreme court"The
,of his arrest was due to some great mis- strongest and most influential
transformed into a scene rare appropriation of $25,000 to
time, he says, and that time is not to expense bill which was intro- pay
beauty, have been passing through a understanding, or injustice. be indefinitely delayed. The progressof ber of the cabinet, his colleagues in the senate met with imme- the expenses of three to five dele-

process of remodeling, for many the drainage operations is limited termined to accept his objection. gates representing each faction in
weeks to conform to the demands ofa and to reorganize the various Mexico for traveling and
i modern, department store, and the DISASTER[ fOllOWS IN ME[ OF f only hands by of the the amount internal of money improvementboard. in the folios. entertainment while in expenses Washington.The .

result is so wonderful that no one Madame Caillaux, who caused president is given authority' to
He believes that the work WOULO MfORl HIS
who knew the former rooms would MISSOURI O ClUB ARE E will be completed at a much smaller upheaval in French political life, invite the proposed conference. Heals

them in their dress. meanwhile in St. Lazare prison. is asked to do of the
recognize new figure than that which has been esti- MOTHER[ IN lAST YENS part entertaining -
Much of the building has been made husband today took an affecting in an effort to bring about
mated It remains to
new. Steel ceilings have been put in, Three Were Killed and Fourteen In- as necessary. of the officials of the ministry peace in Mexico.COMMITTEE .
be seen what the difference is be-
the walls have.been wainscoted and jured When Wall Left by finance.It .
to of New York
tween the actual capacity of the main People to
done over, changes have been madein Fire CollapsesSt. was conceded by members
system of canals and the estimated Stop Persecution by His
the arrangements, all with an eye capacity. He thinks that a practical all parties who discussed the Adversaries [ REPORTS r A'mtl TO
to and utility, and the tout tion today that the shooting of
symmetry Louis, Mo., March 17.-(Special. demonstration of what can be done
ensemble is most Calmette would probably have a PROHIBIT MONOPOLIES r
pleasing.The .)-One of the walls left standjng when the main system is completedwill

order of the entrances from following the Missouri Athletic Club show that the engineers have reaching effect on French politics. N. H., March 17.-Harry

Pine street to Central is first the fire, in which thirty lives are knownto been in error as to the amount of was recognized that M. Caillaux Thaw has asked the people of the
in been the creator of the of New York to end the contest Does Away With Holding Companiesbut
dress goods, next the gents' furnish- have been lost, collapsed today I work that remains to be done.
ing goods, and on the corner the grocery a gust of wind and three more were I I French cabinet and was its return him to Matteawan. He calls Allows Non-Competitive

department, remaining as it was added to the list of dead. Fourteenwere Commissioner McRae was appointed spirit. As he had offered his to resolutions which have Companies to Expand
Governor Gilchrist to fill the
tion, it was pointed out, the introduced in the New York
under the firm name of Dickson & injured when the wall toppled as-
unexpired term caused by the deathof
Ives, but much improved and en- upon the warehouse of the $jt Louis the late Commissioner McLin. In was hardly in a position to by John B. Golden, demanding' Washington, March .-(Special.)
crushing it. Groans its announced policies. the prosecution be terminated.
Seed ,
larged. company -The house
judiciary reported -
1912 he made the race to be his own
heard from the wreckage.The Madame Caillaux, when she his two trials, Thaw set
The second floor is devoted to the were and elected. When he today its bill to prohibit un-
successor was
of has been taken taken from the police station to that of the twenty-six men con-
body a man lawful
restraint of
millinery, ready to wear and tailor- appointed to the office he made or monopo-
from the wreckage and the bodies of Lazare prison after committing with him in the Tombs in 1906, lies
all in by corporations through deviceof
ing departments, competent
and filed the required bond, but upon
was accompanied by with
unidentified and homicide, twenty-three
an man woman can
hands. The fixtures which are new intercorporation stock holding.
being elected he failed to _file another
throughout, in the dress goods department be seen in the debris, where two hun- bond. The constitutional require- Leymarie, chief private secretary free today and other men have es- It is provided that there must be no
dred workmen are digging to get at : the minister of war. She from Matteawan without being
are of quarter.cut oak, in ment is that the incumbent shall hold: calmly with him. holding companies for corporations
The statement concludes
the furnishing goods department of them. office until his successor is duly qual I naturally competitive but the inhibition -
"My husband is of the
mission oak, and in the ready to wear In addition to eight laborers reported ified. Mr. McRae contends that in his : one follows: is lifted where a noncompetitive :
honest of she said. "The
men do not ask for but
be there about sympathy,
to missing were
and millinery department mahogany.The corporation desires to extend its
case he should have held the office I
campaign which has been carried
I which should be the in-
dozen customers in the building justice, business states and
lighting is from indirect chan- among must take "
until his himself should
successor, ,
I against him for time is
when the crash came. How many right of every man. For the advantage of state laws.
deliers, and the Lamson air line cash
bond. It
qualify by filing a new was I
ful. I tremble
every morning committed I ask benevolence.
entombed is not known. Priests no "
system' has been installed. This is were probably sheer neglect that he failed I Representative Connolly of Iowa
worked about the ruins administeringthe open the newspapers. was done in a moment when sor- headed delegation
but incidental mention of the many a favoring a price-
to file a new bond promptly after his. The I
last rites to those injured seri- prisoner's composure wrecked my home, and when I fixing law and
minor improvements that have been on staple trade mark
election and the fact that he did
however when the chief warden
ously. forced to realize that the happi- articles. ;
made and the conveniences that have I
make bond when his attentionhad
a new her she was to be placed in a cell.The of a lifetime, which after mar-
been added. The arrangement is I I
been called to it, is proof that assassination of Editor 1
should have been
fTHE WEATHER mine, was
complete and compact, and the goodsare
he was making no attempt to get mette was the most sensational from The deed

displayed discrimination.with rare taste A feature and excellent -, Florida: Fair Wednesday; coolerin around the legal requirements. But fair that has occurred in France ; my me.family, those was near com-and ANDS PROSPECT f FOR R SUFIAACE[ :

fair. by that time his political antagonists many years. Mme. Caillaux went to me, publicly exposed to the
which is new in Orlando, is the large north ,portion. Thursday, of the fact that IN SOUTH ENCOURAGING
began making capital the office of the Figard and asked scrutiny; my mother plunged
plate glass show window on the sec
-- - this and
he failed in
-- had
ond particular, be allowed to see the editor. She grief; and myself into a living
floor. This will show
today a E. H. Gore, Miss Ella Wallace, Mr. the proposition of appointing a suc- shown into M. Calmette's office. the i
tortures of which I do not
Mrs. Stoner
which be Report to Con-
draped figure
seen 1
Alfred Link, Sam Spell. cessor was put up to the governor. asked her what he could do for to relate.
with ease from the street. gressional Committee in Which
Millinery and Ready to Wear- The governor asked the supreme Making her statement to the am now a man, my youth
A profusion of plants and flowerswas Miss Irene Harris, Miss Olive Jenkins court for an advisory opinion and afterward, Mme. Caillaux said: ; my resources impaired. My She Reviews Trip

heaped in the floor last night, Miss Ruth Gross, Miss A. B. was advised that he might appointthe "I replied that it was needless charities have been exten- S

ready for the hands of the decorators Kerns, Miss Norma Gettier, Mrs. E. commissioner as his own succes- me to pretend that I had called ; I myself have assisted many in Washington, March 17.-(Special.) \

who had not yet I been able to give L. Berryman. sor' until the next election, when he a friendly mission. Then I lost The future holds for me an -"The outlook for woman suffrage 1

their deft touch in arranging them. Men's Department-F. T. Scruggs, would have to go before the people control of myself at the thought to bring some peace and in Southern states is cheering to a i

The color scheme employed on the L. T. Hewett, Lawrence Lawton, Ken- again. This is the situation, and explains the humiliation inflicted on my to my aged mother, who in degree that I never expected before 4)

lower floors was green and gold, and nith French. why it is that the commissioner -'I I band by this man. I drew my eight years has known none, my trip," is the burden of a report !

on the second floor festoons of wista- Grocery-S. E. Ives, Sr., S. E. Ives, is in the race again this year when volver from my muff and fired all who has spent her declining made to the congressional committeeof 4

ria gave a spring-like appearance to Jr., R. Banner, C. M. Sutton, A. W. all the other state house officials are the shots. M. Calmette was in untold sorrow. the National Woman's Suffrage as- 1

the rooms. Barlow, I. T. George. enjoying peaceful repose in their of- at the attack and sought refuge \ adversary now seeks to place sociation by Mrs. Wesley Martin Sto-

The wooden counters have been Office-H. H. Dickson, H. N. Dick- fices at Tallahassee. hind his desk. Several persons in Matteawan living hell-to ner, who has just returned from a '
abolished in the new store, and only visit of investigation through Ala- '
son.Window "No man ought to be deprived of in. I was arrested. spend the rest of my life, to i
place glass is used to surmount the Dressers-Alfred Link, L. his property, or his good name, or an "This man has been bitter i in again take my place in my bama, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida .

show cases, fitted with electric bulbs T. Hewitt. office, to which the people have elect- attacks upon my husband, who: is home in her remaining and North and South Carolina. :
and marble bases. The shirt cases The store will at 8:30 o'clock "The women in the South are all 1
open The
ed him, on a technicality, said the pure, good man. thing so ; and in respectful confidence,
and suit cabinets in the furnishing this in full dress. There Americans, the foreign element
morning commissioner. "And I am forced to upon me that I was overpowered that all people who believe that being -1
goods department and the dress cases will be no hint of the disarray make this race solely on a technicality anger."I suffered years of punishment so small as not to be noticeable. On j
in the ready to wear department are which the force toiled last that account we ought to be
through but I don't believe the people are am sorry for what I was with my deed, write very successful t
all marvelous in their capacity for night. There will be music and flow- going Jo turn me down when they to do. I did not intend to kill representatives of their own dis in the South, because the wo

quantity and neat keeping of the styl- ers, but those things in which the once learn the circumstances." Calmette." at Albany before Wednesday to will work together for a common

i ish garments stored there. ladies are most interested in the way Mr. McRae spent the day in renew- Of the five shots fired by the and vote for these resolu- purpose," says Mrs. Stoner..i"i'Y "i"i'men

The Dickson-Ives company is a of dainty fabrics, chic and dashing ing acquaintances and making new man three took effect in ." t

combination of the firms of Dickson millinery, natty ready to wear gar- ones. lie first visited Orlando nine- body. He was wounded in the I MRS. GOELET GIVEN DIVORCE 1

& Ives, grocers; Scruggs & Dickson, ments, will be there ,in all the attractiveness teen years ago, when the town was 'I in the side and in the abdomen EXCHANGE .TO ADOPT FROM ROBERT GOELET

gents' furnishing goods, and MarionB. which the choice selection -, in the doldrums from the big freeze. had little to say of the affair. "I GOVERNMENT STANDARDS Newport, R. I., March 17.-Spe-( .,

Ives, dress goods and millinery.The of experienced buyers could give. He found so many improvements on done my duty," he repeated. He cial.)-Mrs. Elizie Goelet, who

official roster of the company i The eternal question of what to eat j I I I about three hours after being York March brought suit in superior court againsther
every hand that he was kept busy in 17.-Special.-( )
and the assignment of the employes I will be easily solved by a visit to the j: expressing his wonderment at the Ito I a hospital from his editorial under severe criticism di- husband, Robert Goeelet, was
are as follows: i j, grocery department, which is carry- granted a divorce tonight The eld-
rapid growth of this section. against it, because of its sys-
H. H. Dickson, president; S. E. ing a number of exclusive lines,I(!I I I tum.Mme.. Caillaux is the of grading cotton, the board of est son, Og ien, remains in the joint
Ives, Sr., vice-president; F. T. them the Chase | possession of his
among being & San-)\ I third wife. She is thirty-nine of the New York Cotton parents, through
Scruggs, second vice-president; M. B. I born coffees and teas, and the Riche-' SMALL BLAZE YESTERDAYThe old, and her maiden name was today passed resolutions mutual agreement Their youngestson

Ives, third vice-president; II. N. Dick-i lieu lines, which embrace nearly everything riette Rainuoard. She was the the adoption of the government Peter, through a similar arrangement -

son, secretary; S. E. Ives, Jr., treas. to be thought of for the department answered an alarmat of Leo Claretie, brother of the standard types on and april 1, remains with his mother until

urer.Dry table. 10:30 yesterday morning. An Jules Claretie, from wlu,i she he is six years of age, when the par-
Goods M. B. I yes, II. N. No invitations to the opening were empty packing house near the Sea- divorced. ents will have his custody jointly.

James, Miss Ida Link, Mrs. Blanch mailed. Everybody is invited to visit board station had caught from a loco- The personal campaign o!' .
Hall, Miss Edith Girard, Miss MaryJ. I I the store, and make a thorough and motive spark. The damage was Calmette against Joseph Cailtsvix attacks against the minister haye Curtis & O'Neal are showing the =;
Gilchrist, Miss Ella Gargill, Mrs. critical inspection. finest assortment of Easter cards,
slight. gan on January 12, and since' "'-' a daily feature of the paper. booklets, and Easter Florida scenes..a3a Y

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BOUQUET FOR A TALENTED OR. have of getting a port in your vest "Many people who first went to I IIIIMIIIMilMIMMIMIMMMMIiiftilMilltilt
LANDO WOMAN pocket Honda to pass the winter months remained To THE WEST
"The government don't want to but a short time, as they saw TODAY AT
have a port in a dead place where it was too cold for comfort, and came YIASEMINOLEL
During the meeting of educators at there is no business. Jacksonvillehas back home.
Fort Myers last week Mrs. J. Y. Ful- got a small cigar, paint and "On my way home we had a rough Montgomery Motion Picture Co's
ler, of Orlando, was among the prom- cracker factories, but these factoriesare I voyage as we came near Cape Hat-
not doing much business."I teras, running into a severe snowstorm -
inent women of the state invited to asked a woman why the peopleof ." Lv Orlando ______________ 3:13 pm
address the body. The Fort Myers Jacksonville did not have more Ar Jacksonville __________ 7:30 pm
press contains the following mentionof business and make the place more at- THEY LIKE L'EXGLE Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L 9:00 pm Grand Theatert
the address and a reception at tractive and she told me that in the Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm
Herald is in week)
summer time the natives had a lot of The receipt every Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am
f which she was one of the honor I fun with alligators and in winter they from northern, western and eastern, Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am
guests: have more fun with tourists. I find and many from the southern states, Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am "THE THEATER BEAUTIFUL""THE
The reception was a most interest- that most of the people in Jackson- commending our new congressman, Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
ing event. Both Mrs. Jennings and ville are wealthy and do not care to Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 amr
Hon. Claude L'Engle, for the many Ala. C. of Ga.l2:05 ANCIENT ORDER OF GOOD FELLOVS"Special -
Mrs. Fuller are women of very have any more business come into the Birmingham, p
charming personality, keenly alive to city. good measures that he has stood for Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm feautre in two parts, by Courtney Ryley Cooper, fea-
anything relating to the work in "I think you will find that the gov- since becoming a member of congress, Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm turing Hughie Mack, Mary Maurice, Charles Wellesley,
r which they are engaged, and able to ernment will open up a port in New his Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm
them being plain and out- William Shea and
inspire others with a like interest. Orleans, Galveston or California, be- among Ar Cairo, III, I. C._________11:07 pm Aubrey Berry.
Mrs. Jennings talked to the club women cause there are already ports in these spoken challenge about the spendingof Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C____12:13 ama
about the varied'activities of her millions for the opening of a Regardless of his troubles Jerry tries to make
places, but Jacksonville will never get gov- Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am own ,
department, the work that was being I a port when the Panama canal opens."I ernment railroad in Alaska when his others happy. His duty brings him face to face with a
done to improve the school system of noticed in the various fruit or- own native state needed so many im Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C_____ 1:38 am desperate criminal and Christmas day brings him joy.
a Florida, and bring it within the requirements chards, where oranges were growing, Ar Matoon, 111., I. C_______ 3:30 am ,
of modern thought. She that the ewners had small fires burning -. provements. Another is his opposi- Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am "
i paid a high compliment to the An- to keep off the frost and cold, but tion to any measures that would repeal Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am "BRONCHO BILL -An Essany drama of the
drew D. Gwynne Institute, which, she I I understand the weather was so cold the free toll privilege to Amer- Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am Holidays, featuring the Moving Picture idol, Mr. G. M.
said, was one of the few schools of that most of the oranges are spoiled ican coastwise vessels through the ANDERSON."THE .
the state in which the federation took ana: indications point to a scarcity of Solid Through Trains-Composed of
especial pride because of its up-to- fruit. Panama canal.-Sanford Herald. ,observation
compartment, drawingroom -
date equipment. Attention was called COUPLE NEXT DOOR," One of Pathe's best
: section, sleeping arid free f
ts the introduction of music into the cars comedy dramas.
Fort Myers school, the sanitary water reclining chair cars, between Jackson-
fountains, green blackboards, pictures ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand
fire drills and other features Magazines St. Louis. All meals in dining 3:30 Continuous Performance until 10.00 p m. ;
; which the federation was working so
hard to introduce into other schoolsof car.For .
the state. Weekly & INdContlilyWe ( kets and Pullman car reservations -

1 In Mrs. Fuller's talk she spoke all on evening March 19th the Mendelssohn
Thursday ,
about the work of the junior civic would like to call your attention that we now W. R. O'NEAL Ticket
City Agent, will the beautiful musical drama "THE MARTYR
leagues, and urged that one of these carry a large assortment of Magazines and Newspa or present -
leagues be organized in Fort Myers; pers. Get in the habit of buying your Weekly and D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, OF ANTIOCH.
also that the civic club of this city
become a federated body, and in this Monthly Magazines from us. Atlantic Coast Line, COMING FRIDAY
way co-operate in the work ,that is Orlando.
being done all over the state toward DeLANEY & ABERNETHY 'THROUGH FIRE TO FORTUNE," or 'THE
establishing of better conditions citizenship.for production (Next Door to the IOc Store.) I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's SUNKEN VILLAGE," by Clay Greene. A dramatic

Mrs. Fuller's address was one of Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf story of wonder moving occurences, such as a mine ex-
the best delivered at the convention.In m *HftlMMIMtttttittilMBIMtllMllillMIIMit plosion and the sinking of a whole village into the bowelsof
a clear and practical ,way she explained the earth.
ment and of the junior civic leagues.She have the best. 25 years in the
emphasized the wisdom of con- business. Try us. McElroy Phar- iMIIIMIIimMMIMMIilHIHIMMitlHtmililii'
serving the play-time energy of chil- macy. 3-14-3t
l dren and Burning it into channels
which would train them for good citi- ORLANDO W 4 ASHINGTON

zenship in,careless instead,of harmful letting or it spend destructive itself -- For Economy and purchase -

actions. She said that eugenics T of
H power your money
: had come to meet a need for the giv- W co P''
ing of better birthrights and that DRAWING ROOMSLEEPING REALTY &SBBD "Try Wright's" Farm +
civics endeavored to surround the FOR REAL ESTATEThat's ,

child from infancy with conditions Business t and Garden Seeds. in '
that would promote his best growth. CARVIA Our
Her points were illustrated by refer- Orlando Florida
ence to the work done in Philadelphia, bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
where the children are given practical
instruction in the administrative affairs Quality.
of the city, and in Nashville,
where they are taken into the facto- Fresh doz. Best Butter lb.
[ Eggs 29C Creamery 39C
ries and other places and taught TLNTIC COAST T
through observation. She referred to Sweet Milk 130 qt. Ice soc 100 Ibs.,'Limes 150 doz.

the splendid work that has been donein Sweet Milk o7c pint Fresh Butter Milk loc qt.
Cleveland in school gardening en-
dorsed the school savings bank;sys- Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,
tem proved, and that said where that this experience system was had (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order..

; established cigarette smoking had decreased -
in some instances as much as 340 Acres Good Land
75 per cent. c TI
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A FULL MOON 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,

Now is the time to buy your garden

seed from DeLaney & Aberneth RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale

W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. I

"THE MAJOR" GOT A GROUCH W. D' WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent{, Telephone 49.
ORLANDO, FLA. tllllllliililllllllllMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIII MMMMttlllllMMtMCMIimiimiiiiiiimiiiiii
George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
editor of the Sentinel is in receipt -
of the following extremely polite Kirkland, Divison! Passenger Agent, Tampa. CONDENSED REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
letter from some one in Worcester -
Mass,. who signs himself "A 4tltllllllllMIMIHIItlMMIilHltMMtMIMMtMMABOUT

s, communications Reader of Florida are not Paper.worthy" of Such no- BANK
accompanying tice, but this ,letter taken and from the the clipping Worcester FOUNTAIN PENSThere

Daily Telegram of March 10,

are way so amusing of verifying that they the are unreliable printedby are plenty of good fountain pens in Orlando, Florida.At .

character of some persons who visit the market and unfortunately there is also a
Florida each winter. Florida papers supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a the Close of business March 4th, 1914, as called for by the
have consumed so much space in replying Comptroller of the State
to such misrepresentations better self-filling than the Conklin,

t that it doesn't seem worth while to and have never sold a better one of the other RESOURCESLoans

for waste the more people on who them.are interested Fortunately in type than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $392,700.86

Florida they are coming to see for kinds on an absolute guarantee of your mon- Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . .. 1,130.41

themselves, or have already made the back if want it. A good fountainpen Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
trip, and the world is no longer de- ey you Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 26,437.37
pendent upon such amiable Ananiases has come to be almost a necessity to every -
} as "The Major" to tell them about Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . .. . . . . 335,709.30
this state. Hereinafter follow the business man or woman. If you have none, .

two notable contributions to the or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us $781,996.27
gaiety of nations, to-wit, first the show the guaranteed sort. f
letter, next the Major's interview:
Worcester, Mass., March 12, 1914. Capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
Dear Sir-Your paper throws so W. S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . .. . 30854.36

much bull about your warm sunny Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 1,657.00
climate, read what the Major has to tile Arcade Book aid Music Store r

say about it, and what the Major Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 649,48191
says around Worcester goes, for he
knows what he is talking'about. He II IIII'I"'IIIIII'III'III'IIIIIIIIII'I'IIIII"III'IIGrove
tells me he spent much time in 'Orlando $781,996.27
and the weather all winter was
colder than he ever saw it in Worcester Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . .. .. .. . . 521,167.38

Land Deposits on Feb 4,1914 . . . . . . . . . . 649,484.91
When you get through with the
paper send it to the Jacksonville

TimesUnion.A READER. OF FLA. PAPER. Increase in 60 days $128,317.53

"It was Hear the the coldest Major's winter Roar that This Season's Best The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust

Florida has ever had. Orange trees Bargain Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

are ruined and the natives expect the friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand
orange crop will be small Ice formedon I their appreciation of their patronage, that
many of the sheets of water about to express
the state,;* said Mai.. J. E. Penland, @ made such a statement possible.
Norris house, when he arrived at the
: office of the Telegram yesterday afternoon M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.
direct from Florida, after a M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier
visit of three months. 55 acres fronting on Orlando-Sanford
Maj. Penland says since his ab- 1: uuuuuuuunnuuuunnnnuuIflflfliUUflflfliflflflflWE
sence from Worcester he has traveledover hard road. In sight of and three minutes

all parts of Florida as far southas station ....
walk from R. R. Postoffice and
Key West. While in St. Peters Every Try Our Classified Ads? NOTICE .
burg a few weeks ago he says he good hotel accommodations. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
picked up a piece of ice as thick as Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
window glass, ice being a rare thingin Price $15 Per AcreIt AND DO ALL KINDS OF They have proven their worth many Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
Florida in former winters.On OPTICAL REPAIRING times and will be just as valuable to 1915, pay off with interest to that
his visit to Jacksonville, Maj. you if put to the test. Let them be date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19
Penland says the city is bankrupt, must be sold immediately. your agent in: and 20, of the City of Orlando sevener f
there being 29 cases in the courts, today Renting a house, selling property or cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
he said. finding lost if the made for
anything on the market, ccording provisions
In Jacksonville he says he saw a e-- articles, securing help or positonsin edemption in said bonds.
heavy frost one morning, the frost be used Dated February 11, 1914
a thousand ways they can

being track Speaking a so cat heavy on of the that Jacksonville sidewalk.a person, could Maj. I rl ll R l B mt Ce.Phone profitably. -12-lm CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.

DR. L H. Retires
Penland added: "The people of Jack- RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST Warman Repairs and Baby
.4 sonville have got an idea that they Carriages on Court street 125tfNows W. T. ENTRICAN,
will get a port there as soon as the 504 Watkins Block Offers to Orlando the newest and bestof
Panama canal is opened, but, believeme (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) workmanship in the painting and
they have got about as much the time to subscribe. Everybody's decorating trade. Phone 636.
chance of getting the port as you 1IIIIIIIIIIIII"II"IIIIIIIII 'II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I. ORLANDO, FLORIDA do in' it. !-211mr

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; MOTOR I R CARS BEING ONE BILLION IS PASSED TO I Actual operations will be startedin I :HillliilhiliiilHUIIigShoe. : i
a days at the new shingle 1

PURCIIASOFOR[ f R MIAMI mill, which has recently located at Repairingby 1
York, March 16.-With the
Conley. It will have a capacity of

death of George W. Vanderbilt, 40,000 shingles per day and will give PARCEL POSTMe : Cook With Gas
Company Organized to Operate Cars i George Westinghouse and John L. employment to about thirty men. II ,1
to Points Cadwallader, officials in the statecomptroller's I :
Outlying From
Half :
Soles ?se to 8cUdi I
office :
today began tabu-
East Coast City lation of the wealth left by the large Some self-made men should have : ,,' Half Seles, 60c to 75c It'. We have not- said much about gas as the best j

let the job out to a jack knife car- : Children's Half Seles,sOe to 750 : {
Miami, Fla., March 13.-Trackless number of prominent New York men penter. Hand Turned Soles, }1.00. means of cooking lately because we have been too busy
who have died since January 1, 1913. j
motor into Repaired,
cars are coming prominence 2c
in Miami and It is estimated that the total amountof with other appliances, but now that warm weather is
Henry R. Chase,
returned in hours.
wealth to the
on next if
president of the Trackless Trolley generation FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Orders without remittance returned : coming on we are preparing for more work because
is than t
company, has placed an order for more one billion dol. I hereby announce: myself as a candidate I C. 0. D. We pay .
'lays. for re-election to the office of Supervisor of return postage. we realize that warm weather is the time when the Gas
more cars
a Philadelphiaconcern. I Registration for Orange County, subject to ar
The The state comptroller reports that the Democratic: primary to be held June 2nd, .
cars are to be deliveredby Stove shows to best
for the last 1914. up advantage. j
year Septemberthe
April first and will cause an out FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR A. Hanson }
I total amount of revenue collected You don't have to heat
lay of approximately $21,000. from the inheritance tax amounted SHERIFFI i9.East Pine Street your whole kitchen up witha 1
The trackless hereby announce myself as a candidatefor :
cars operate the same to $12,724,236.86. The amount to be Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the ORLANDO - FLORIDAHMIIIMIMIIIMMMMI hot coal or wood fire and you don't have to bring in
as trolley cars between given points.]I Democratic primary of June 2nd. 1914.

They are fully equipped, having electric -I collected from estates not yet appraised FRANK GORDON. ," wood or take out the dirty ashes-all you have to do
is believed to be much
lights, push buttons, fans, etc.I I FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
Never in the state's history, it is said, hereby announce: myself a candidate: for II is "strike the match" and turn the valve." Come in and
Each car has a seating capacity of Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the
have so many men of wealth and Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. Dr. BucKmaster I:
32 and in. an additional 20 can be crowded I I power died in such a short period. J. H. TUCKER. III. see our line of stoves and ranges. )

Included in the list are such namesas FOR TAX ASSESSORI I. j!
I I hereby announce: my candidacy for theoffice ..
J. Pierpont Morgan, Anthony N. Osteopathic Physician ::
MILITANT SUFF IS KNOCKED of Tax Ar-.essor of Orange County, sub- C
I Brady, Benjamin Altman, Charles E. ject to the action of the Democratic: primary .)
DOWN BY VICTIM I i called: for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and 132 Orange Avenue
r II'
I Appleby, George A. Hearn, Henry elected I pledge you my faithful service.

Glasgow, Scotland, March 16._Dr.I I II I M. Flagler and Isaac V. Brokaw. ARTHUR BUTT. Next door to People's Bank I: W T[ & lI i
James Devon, prison commissionerfor I I hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTORI myself as a chronic II m. :
Scotland Some men never know they had for re-election to the office of Tax It
attacked ::
today by i a chance to be married until of Orange County, subject to the Democratic
an irate militant suffragette, armed some primary to be held June 2nd 1914. If re- II i
woman starts a breach of promise elected I pledge to you my faithful serviceas Telephone 578.II Gas Department .
with a dogwhip, took the law in his I have endeavored to give in the past. I
hands suit W. E. MARTIN. "
own and knocked his -
assailant T.,S..Abernethy, auto livery, phone
down with 14 111 1 NIM ... ... ,
a well aimed blow. I ----'------ ------ 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf .. .... \

The woman, whose identity was

\ not discovered, met the commissionerat -
--- -
the entrance to the Duke streetprison Louisville $ Nashville R. R.

forcible head Mr.and to Devon and feeding what shoulders belabored, who he and considers is with an is him bitterly her advocate over the whip.farcical opposed the of-!I INDIANAPOLIS CINCINNATI GRAND OFFERS RAPIDS, CHICAGO, CLEVELAND SUPERIOR, PITTSBURG, ST. SERVICE LOUIS, DETROIT, BUFFALO., LOUISVILLE TO, TOLEDO,, ,8888888888888" " " ,ti!OIIL! i!;, ![:, (;)|iII! :IMIMIIIilllHIIilMIMiMIIIIMIiliMM '" '" """'"" :

release of suffragettes, because

they are suffering from the effects of SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.

"hunger strikes," promptly knockedher Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm Jacksonville ............ 8:05
AT. Knoxville .............1%:" n'n Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 pm
down. The woman was pickedup AT. Lexington .............. 6:40 pm Ar. Birmingham ............12:10 n'n am
by a policeman but Dr. Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 OrlandoT7"ater :
refused .............. pm
AT. Cleveland 1:15 am Ar. Evan rille ...........,. 1:35 am
to prosecute her and she was Ar. Detroit ... ............. 7:45 am, Ar. St Louis ............... 7:40 am
released. Ar. Grand Rapids: .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago ......:......... 9:38 am
r 9 Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
Ar. Indianapolis ............ 7:00 am &
Ar. Chicago ............... 7:10 am Light
t Suffs Burn Railway Coaches DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm .
Birmingham, Eng., March 16.- The fattest train to the West Ar. Atlanta 8:00 am
Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ...........12:00 n'n
Nine choaches belonging to the Mid- Ar. St Louis .............. 2:60 pn Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm -
land railway were burned by suffra- Ar. Chicago ................ 6:60 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6-:50 am ElectricityGas
gettes today at King's Norton, near
here. I, Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleeper L. A N. Diners. No Better Water '
Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock: Ballast N. Dust or Ice
ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through. train, with dining cars,
News comes from Lakeland that coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville, Cleve- S
land and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Di-
new buildings are going up in all di- rect connections to Toledo. Detroit. Pittstar Buffalo.
rections. Thousands of dollars DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago ,Office:--No. 18 West Central Avenue
are with coaches, dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation sleeper
being spent in that town in the build through to St Louis on Dixie Limited over 5 hours fastest. and only one

ing line and plans are being drawn night outMONTGOMERY ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily, and connecting Telephone ;ISo. 6
for future buildings. sleepers to Chicago.
For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.

Work will be commenced immediately C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway,
I 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville j ittv.1 I I IIII, .. i.oiiauiaits.,e ii I til ,
on the $20,000 State Health 2-26-eod-2m 1 1I :::::.st.IIIIItHIIIOHOtIIIH.OII.H.HII IItIHH:ttIIHV1PPIS:::::::::: :

building, which the State Board of''I I

Health will erect in Pensacola. I

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Remainin 31 m IN HIGHLAND GROVE .


At Public Auction ;

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This 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 aie bound to increase.

Easy Terms Perfect Title ;


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

P. M. Days of Sale..

Owners, Carl Dann Real Estate Co. Also CONCORD PARK


Auctioneer, E. ::11.:1: :. CT ;VZIA: TJJ :

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-South Florida Sentinel G GREAT fUTURE f FOR R flORIDA[ Mrs. Reichard prettily entertainedthe I ..

i MORNING AND WEEKLY Lakeland, Fla., March 17.-Governor -
members of the Bow Knot club i Dickson-Ives
: Co.
JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. Trammell's grandmother, Mrs. E.'
yesterday afternoon, and in addition !
---- -
-- -- -- Munsey on a Tour of the State Tells I M. Park, passed away in this city :
to the regular players four .
Florida guests
Entered at the pohtoffice at Orlando. Tampa Tribune Interesting Sunday afternoon at the advancedage :
as Second Class Mail Matter. Miss Rita Lawton, Mrs. J. N. Mc- '
Things of seyentyfiveears.. The funeral I
Elroy, Mrs. Hoppin and Mrs. Chil- :
TO ADVERTISERS: this afternoon, inter-
took place
______ dress, were present, making three tables -
t "Florida has a tremendous future." : ment being made in the city cem :
Copy for display and all other handset of players.The _
adxrtismz must be handed in at the basinet This was the prediction of FrankA. etery. DEPMTMENT4L[ [ STOREOrlando's t
house with .
was fragrant
net later than 2 pm.
ef the Sentinel
before publication. This rule! apple Mttnscy, writer, magazine publisher Mrs. Park came to Florida in 1885 i
the day
and nasturtiums, many of these pret-
to chance* fur contract dmtiMng; it U owner of four newspapers and one from Alabama, and with her five I
invartbia and Ain Iws itrictly adhered to. I ty flowers being used in the drawingroom.
of the best known men in the United children she settled at Lakeland, being -
States, in an interview last night.i Mrs. Reichard served a deli- at that time a widow, her husband -
RATES cious salad course, with sandwiches, \favorite
Mr. Munsey arrived in Tampa late I having died in 1870. She was a Shopping
One Year ............ .........$5.00 yesterday from Sarasota and is stop-! cake and coffee. The next meetingof fine Christian woman, beloved by
Six :Months ....... ............ 2.50 ping at the Tampa Bay hotel, says the club is to be held at the homeof hundreds of friends, who feel that ,

Three Months ............ ..... 1.25 the Tampa Tribune of Tuesday."No Mrs. Reichard, with Mrs. Rogersas they have enjoyed an unusual privi-

In Advance. state in the Union in my opin- hostess. lege to have known this sainted wo-
The club members playing PLACEWEDNESDAY
ion is making the speedy headwaythat )Tester-'I man, who has always been held in the i
Mrs. Temple, Mrs.
day were
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1914. Florida is making," continued highest esteem by the entire com-
Mrs. Howe, Mrs. Sherman, Mrs. Rogers ,
:Mr. Munsey. "Florida is coming to munity.
Mrs. Carmack, and Mrs. Reich j
the front at a terrific pace and hasa She leaves to mourn her loss, be-
The Florida Grower says that good ard.
better future than any state that I sides her distinguished grandson,
roads the rock bottom foundationof
are know of. With the opportunities for Governor Trammell, of whom she was
prosperity. Very aptly put. increasing the early production of MRS. WOODRUFF HOSTESS FOR so very proud, and deservedly so, five f

o vegetables, oranges and other fruit, TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB children and a large number of

The state committee setting the the opportunities for cattle raising, -- grandchildren. Members of her immediate -
pace by refusing to make assess- phosphate mining and sea products, The members of the T. B. C. met I family are Mrs. Ida Tram-

ments. It has money in the bank. there is a great deal of money to be yesterday afternoon at the home of mell, Mrs. Emma Green and Griffin

o made here. Mrs. Seth Woodruff, with Miss Wood, Park, of Alexander City, Ala., Taylor

The Tampa Times says it refuses "Then, too, there is the climate.Its Mrs. Murray and Mrs. Lawrence as Park, of Tampa, and R. 0. Park, of
guests, and Mrs. Bradshaw, Mrs. Do-j I
to deify Underwood. There's a long fame throughout the country at- this city.
difference between deifying a man tracts hundreds of tourists who spend live, and Mrs. Hauselt present. Governor Trammell? will not be able

and belittling him.Don't thousands of dollars in the country, Green was the prevailing color in to attend the funeral, having receivedthe
the tallies and table decorations, anda
o in fact, there is no other state to telegram announcing her death
forget to register; you forgot which contributions come in so many tempting supper of deviled crabs, too late to reach here in time for the i '
sandwiches welsh
green peas, rare- '
it or neglected it before. If you fail ways. funeral.
r bit, green mints, peanut rolls and had only
this time' you will not be able to Florida probably has no greater Governor Trammell re-
i cake served.
.vote in the June primary.As i booster than Mr. Munsey and unconfirmed was turned to Tallahassee a few days ago
0- rumors are that the famous --- from a visit to his grandmother, hav- The 18th Day of March is to

a drawing attraction Billy Sun- newspaper man will build a winter I While in the city, Mr. Munsey will be ing made a special trip here to see

day,has all the circuses and Chautauqua home somewhere in the state. entertained by Peter 0. Knight. per.Cash be Remembered

bills backed off the boards. He But while being a booster, Mr.

gets twenty thousand almost any day, Munsey isn't the kind of man who HHilMlli
and "hit a-rainin'" keeps still about the things that need

o improvement, and in fact, he took Loan 11
Detective Burns reports that he is time to say a few things about rail-

certain that he will find,the truth in way connections in the state. ...

the Frank case, which might be taken, "Florida must have better railway'
to mean that the truth as yet has not: service if the cities in the southern City Property .
of all departments.
been discovered. part of the state expect to continue

o growing at a rapid pace. Good rail-
With John Sharp Williams delivering way service is a boon to any commu-
Sunday school lectures and Ben nity and better service would meana Real Estate bought and sold ON THAT DAY

Tillman talking on rational life, it is great deal to Tampa and the citieson ,

evident that age has a solemn and the East Coast. In the present for cash or on commission.

mellowing influence.o day the be very mode rapid.of travel necessarilymust Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings, Groceries -

Miss Eleanor Wilson admits that "For instance, it took us some-

r she likes weddings with fuss and where between three and four hoursto etc* etc., etc.
feathers, and is going to have one of travel the.distance of sixty miles Dr. A. J.

just that kind. What bride to be is between Sarasota and Tampa, but

there who doesn't, though how many then, I had an opportunity to read Rock Building, Upstairs.MiimiiMiiimiiitimMiMMMitiiimt. 25 25

are so frank? your paper, the Tribune, and I went +++*++4itiitiMiitmttt DEPARTMENTS .

0 through its pages with great inter-
Time is a great softener. Editor est."

Frank Harris was formerly one of Mr. Munsey knows what he is talk-
A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX cordial extendedto
Claude L'Engle's most unrelenting ing about when he speaks of railway A invitation is

critics. Now his paper frequentlylauds service in some parts of the state for

Claude, and even Fred DeBerry, he has been in Florida many times THE PALMS AUTO CO everyone.

too. What 'smatter, pop? and traveled over the most of the

o state. Tomorrow he will go to Jack- REO MOTOR CARS
The admirers of William J. Bryanin sonville and then to Miami, where he DON'T FAIL TO BE PRESENT.

Argentina sent Secretary Bryan has several friends who are spending cost of We also a
> For long life and low upkeep. carry
i a llama, but the animal was diseased the winter there.

and was ordered deported by the Being an old experienced newspauer full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force

chief of the bureau of animal indus-
man himself, Mr. Munsey is a
try. Now when Theodore the Terri- hard man to interview on subjects of I of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely

'; ble begins to send back his collectionof national and international questionsand guaranteed.

animals there will be war if the queries on the Mexican policy, Souvenirsfor

chief allows them to land. the present administration and other

o subjects were evaded in a manner I

Some of the papers in mentioningthe that leaves no loophole. THE PALMS AUTO CO the ladies from the Dry
candidates for from
congressman Aside from being one of the best I
this district fail to include the full known men in the United States, Mr.
roster. They are Claude L'Engle, Al- Munsey is one of the richest men in FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. Goods and Grocery Departmentsand

bert Williamson, St. Elmo W. Acosta, this country and has an income which]'

all of Jacksonville; W. J. Sears, of has to be written in seven figures.I I IllHllllillll for the men from the Men'sFurnishing

Kissimmee, and W. H. Malone, of

Key West. It is rumored that there r Department.
may be another candidate, and it is

likely that some of those mentionedwill

drop out before the race is over. .. = ..

In any event more interest will cen- ." i t. -- : _<,"-:" ,
ter in this race thin in any other.
Very little interest 'in the senatorial

{ race has appeared as yet, though the

campaign has scarcely opened. Thisis Is Your Heart "In the Ring"Isn't
an off year, and the people do not

seem fearfully concerned about poli-
tics. There should be a wholesome it about time you "elected" the girl ot your

interest, and it is likely that the dreams as mistress of your heart and home, and pre-

seeming indifference will wear off as sented her with .

the campaign progresses.The JJ

o An Engagement Ring?
following from the Tampa Tri

bune expresses well a thought which
must occur to many who reviewedthe You can win any girl's heart with your Jewelry,

action of the state, committee: Just show her the newest designs and let her choose ur Mail r er Depariffieni e

There was scarcely any occasionfor the setting she prefers and we'll mount a white dia-

the state Democratic committee"thanking" mond of the purest water.
or l .
any other person for the passage ofa We have wedding rings, too. oj' Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, makeuse
new election law. If the law was
needed, if it was essential to honest Samples information
of it whenever can.
t elections, it was the duty of the gov-
ernor and of every other good citizento
cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
help pass it. The members of the < -
legislature who supported it were, of illustrated mail order cata-
Write for one our
entitled to the
r each of them, as fully
thanks of the committee as was the I
.. values. /i io
logues. We invite comparison
governor. Again, why did the com-
mittee omit, in its distribution of - .
thankful acknowledgments, Senator
Bryan, whose primary law goes hand
I in hand with the corrupt practiceslaw I
in the direction of purer and
fairer elections? It may tfe that the T.Itvans the Jeweler
Bryan law has many imperfectionsand
complexities, but it is so far i ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
ahead of anything we have yet had .
that it should have merited some
mention from the committee. Aside OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

from thanking to levy an the assessment governor and on can-refusing I I Orange e Aye. Orlando n

didates, the meeting of the state com-
mittee was a barren affair. In fact, \ .

both the state and county their committeesare :.44.4.H44+++4+44++4.H4+ 111111111111111 a: IIIIIIIIIH
about to lose all importance 1L- - --- -.
s and most of their usefulness. .


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healthful-is really given at the best

'point, why then you'll yester of the
spent when you buy Candy great suc- WATCHESCLOCKS
ment. listened .

.program An in-
; '
by Mrs.

t BUTT'S' t tThe Slemons Miss Hal-, a

; solos were D JEWELRY D
I home of pure Miss
and in-
Orange by Miss- Etc.
Jessie Pe
were partic- You ever bought at the
the green serving be- U best price you ever

I sweet candles peas, boughtthen :

WADE cut in ,the

!\ J ORLANDO, FLA. shape, wore and of "Get It At I in II 's 11

refreshments .
Mr. W. E. Lockerby, a winter vis- peppers,
itor to our city, leit yesterday for green
his home in Minneapolis, Minn. coffee.

Mrs. May Williams, of Lakeland,
and Mrs. AL Lilja, of Sanford, are
the guests of Mrs. Jewel Wells, of

this city. I of a good I 161 dI
Mr._ and Mrs. Crooks, Mr. Richard,
an oppor IJ=O
Misses Grace 'and Elva motored to
0 Tampa and are registered at Tampa
a car
mules from
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bell and Mr. .. .,
and Mrs. G. W. Landon, of Kokomo, Magruder's I I .. ,.
Ind., are among the late arrivals at : be bought:
I have loan im- :
the San Juan. be made: money to on
Mr. Murry S. Clarke returned yes-
terday from a three weeks trip to I I beginning .
Jacksonville, St. Augustine and other of them proved city
at auction to property. :
various resorts on the East Coast.
horse or IIIIII
Capt. F. R.Kerr, a prominent gen- just as they III
tleman from Pittsburg, Pa., is in to the It
Orlando, a guest of Mr. Murry S. and get -
Clarke at the San Juan. I will be s.s:: w&rI:
Mrs. A. G. Kent arrived last nighton return home. I I
the belated train from,Jackson-i'j ,
ville and will make her home in Or- : & Phone 172 :
lando. Mr Kent is manager of the I DeLaney
Lucerne theater. 3.13-tf II II

Messrs. John L.i Carney and W. A. :.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.:
Mathews, prominent horticulturistsof -- ---
the Lake Weir section, motored to girl. Call at ; *
Orlando last night and are spendingthe 3-18-3t
day in the city. man to rllllll'
Fresh TomatoesWe
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wolf and their I \\th. the
son, Walter, left this morning for 3-18-lt
Daytona. After spending a few daysin the year, receive a shipment of the best.
that city they will leave for their must
rooms; variety day.Sweet.
.1 home in State Line, N. Y. II 2-17-2wks. Ad- every
The condition of Mrs. Alfred Bow-
sher, who has been critically ill for I I seed for Potatoes
the past week, suffering from a paralytic I I Addie Kim-
stroke at her home, 14 Concord I 3.18-6t Famous Nancy Hall variety.
avenue, remains unchanged. i I ;
I good city
R. E. Cochran and J. H. Ryan time.
on Coffee
George! Washington
made a flying trip to Linden Sundayto Gore, 6 and ..
look after the tomato crop, makingthe i 3-18-2wks .
trip in Mr. Anderson's auto. They I We have it in both I largeor
buying and
report a flourishing crop and lumberon small cans.
the ground for a large packing are good.
I : 3-19-3
house. I I

Chiropodist for both men and women. 3-13-t 4
Manicure, pedicure, face and i
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L j t CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue,
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-1m I I forget it. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street i
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Car fully
"THE HERMIT Touring equippedas

good as new
while seeing. .

"OUR $350.00 ;

her, come and be Four passenger Cadillac ready to

.j welcome. If you $1.50 run, $350.00.San .

and $2.25

Also a and $2.75 Juan Garage Co.

you can. \ All Night ServiceAJAX

i Admission First : Yard:I

TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed
[ St. for five thousand miles.

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Orlando, Fla., March 14, 1914. !
To the People and Property Ownersof FOR RENT-Exceptionally well furnished I
: 6DEPOT[ [ () f Orlando, Florida: bungalow. Immediate pos
We, the undersigned, having pur- MUNNIMAKEBS session. Everything necessary for
chased the plumbing and heating bus- Notice of Lost, Wutci F. 81, Fr convenient housekeeping. Reasonablerent. -
iness of W. A. Slauter, 121 Court Rent etc. for this cotama. Zit tn .u day.We Phone 401, or 239, or call at : O. & TRANSFER CO O.
& Contest Which Has Been Waged for street (next door to Lucerne theater), wtrdi for three er.dn... or liraey H.W for BUM oe.k.. forK 514 South Lake street. 3-15-lw ..
Some Time Settled by Secretary will add to the present stock, plumbing the dTertiaeaenti fer ttii comma accomymy M Mintertiou 1
Redfield fixtures and sewer material in carload 1 will be nude on creditFOR FOR RENT-Nicely furnished front :
lots, which will enable us to fur room; reasonable rent for the remainder I
.- nish you the best service on shortest SALE-Automobile, and city of the season. Address 217 I ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Washington, March 13.-The new notice. Our price will be 13 cents per lots from $125 t o$225 apiece. Wm.I. E. Robinson avenue. 3-15-3t :

lighthouse service depot for the South foot for sewer tile laid, from main Higgins. 3-8-6t I
sewer to house connection. We do FOR RENT 5-room house, partly I OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174 i
Atlantic coast will be located at bind with FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one furnished. See Frank Soper, Room :
not signed con-
Charleston on a site on the mainland tract, as this you proposition any is open at acre in bearing orange grove; six 3, MNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-lOt I
cleared of land suitable
known as Chisholm's Mill landing. all times.. We would be/pleased to acres ; part
Secretary Redfield today selected call on you and give an estimate for for gardening and trucking; located FOR RENT-Large attractive room
half mile from city limits public
I I on
in line.Respectfully. in bungalow. 203 Ridgewood
the Charleston site, and thus ended anything our road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., I 2-4 ti -H
a contest which has raged for months FERGUS & ROGERS, !I care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf

f among Charleston, Wilmington, Sa- Successors to W. A. Slauter. I FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house, FOR RENT-Unfurnished, good size
' vannah, Brunswick, Fernandina and Phone us your wants; phone 98. garden and farm land, on Conway house; fine location, near Lake Lu
clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. cerne. Three minutes walk from the
Jacksonville. Congress has appropriated 3201md&wFOR postoffice. Fred B. Dale, 306 Anderson -

k $125,000 for the depot, which 20 acics located FOR SALE three miles .from SALE-Bargains in improvedand street. 3-14-6t

will be the supply station for light- city on proposed brick road; eight unimproved land. See S. S.
FOR RENT-Cheap, from April 1st,
house inspection district No. 6. acres bearing grove; two acres :Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm
cottage, 15 East Amelia avenue.
Extensive hearings on the advantages cleared and ten acres timber; four FOR SALE-Phaeton, harness, and Inquire at cottage. 3-14-61
room cottage. Price $3,500. two-seated carriage. All in good
of the competing cities
were 25 acres four miles from city; ten condition. Curtis & O'Neal. 3-15-tf HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms, REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEBULE BETWEEN
t held several weeks ago. The depot acres in grove, four hundred bearing I modern; located at 311 N. Orange
, for the district was formerly locatedat orange and two hundred threeyearold FOR SALE-Ford runabout; bargain avenue. Call at 311 N. 0 JBnge ave Orlando and Sanford and Intervening
Charleston, but not on the mainland grapefruit trees; twelve acres if taken at once. Address Box 594, nue. 2-24-tf
fruit land and three acres garden city. 3-13-lw
and was destroyed in a gale. Points
land; cottage and barn, located on.
: The new location is a safer one, offi lake front. Price $5,000. fMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMIWOne

cials say.FRANK'S. 70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick

; three and one-half miles from Service. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
I Prompt Delivery.
city. Price $30 per acre.
FRIENDS PRESS FOR A Five-room cottage and lot one hun- I Bungalow Left to Sell I IM. 1 i
NEW TRIAL dred by four hundred feet; located on 'MMMMMMMMMMMMHMMMMMMMMHIMMNew +

main highway leading out of city. ... -,- --
Price $2,000.Five .
Atlanta, Ga., March 16.-A new inquiry
acres of bearing orange grove,
into the murder nearly a year well located. Price $2,000. J. DAETWYLER

ago of Mary Phagan, the factory 140 acres overlooking a beautiful

,. girl, was begun here today by the lake, one and one-fourth miles from Spring MaterialsIn
railroad station and packing house
head ofa
widely known detective '
# 20 acres bearing orange grove con- Phone 563HMmMIIMIMMMMMHIMIIHmitHHMHHIliU
1 agency. taining fourteen hundred trees. The ,

The investigation is said to have remaining land is high grade fruit Foulards Embroidered Crepes Ratine
the backing of several private citi- and garden soil. Price $12,000. ,
2,000 acres choice fruit land, well
zens of means. Leo M. Frank the ,
Flaxons. The latest
located. Can be had at a bargain.I Crepes, Dainty stylesin
young factory superintendent under ;. E. CRAWFORD,
death sentence for the crime disclaims Office Over Blue Drug Store, FOR SALE I i i FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the
117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, A family pony, 5 years old, gentle,! week or month; cheap. Phone 571, Millinery.
connection with the visit of Orlando, Florida. good saddler and driver; also top I or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm
the detective but expressed himself 2-20-tf buggy and harness. Bargain. Apply

5 today as gratified with this new development 107 E. Amelia avenue. 3-14-lw CHEAP-Two nice furnished rooms MISSES HILTON & DUNN
: A I for light housekeeping. 206 South
; a new trial SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI street. 3-13-3t
} for Frank, on ground of newly discovered am now organizing an excursion FOR SALE-Horse, buggy and hari i .
evidence, will be filed some party to New York and Albany, via neSs-Bargain if taken at once, or LOST-Gold ring; small diamond in
Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, will exchange for Ford runabout. Address low setting; initials inside. Returnto
time before I
April 17, the date for his Box 569 3-14tf Orlando Water and office '
April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 City. Light for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
execution.The i from Orlando to Albany, which includes and receive reward. 3-15-3t
f entire city is stirred baggage transfer in Jacksonville
over pub- FOR SALE-Shetland pony harness FOR RENT-Comfortable cottage,
lication of stories of alleged new evidence and New York. Special reduction -. and cart. Will sell at bargain if large yard overlooking Lake Adair, Patterns
? that has to those starting at Jacksonvilleor I bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne
been uncovered and I city limits, Aptpka road. $8 per =-
stopping at New York. For
good Circle. 3.7 lw-d&w
which would indicate that another berth and rooms make reservationsnow month until November. H. C. McDaniel. -

than Frank was the girl's murderer.In of C. P. Smith, Hand building, WANTED 3-13-lw, .
a number of pulpits yesterday corner Orange avenue and Church W. T. ENTRICAN, laMIMIMMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIM 11111 11111.11111'
street, before March 21. 3-5-tf
Christian ministers took the ground. WANTED family washings at
that there was danger of irrevocable once, from 50 cents up. Home Makes a specialty of painting, paper- Real Estate Agents, Investors and Homeseikere
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. ing; refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
being done Frank unless a on Court street. 12-5-tf 3-8- Phone 636. 1-21-lm ATTENTIONi! i
new trial lje granted.

WANTED-Position as bookkeeperand FOR SALE I offer for $1,900 two-story, six room cottage, with
tilHIMMMMMIMMMfjFor stock two three and
Nursery one, ,
TALKING OF ORANGE stenographer, by a lady of ex four year old buds; Foster Early, rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north. ,
perience. Address :M., 114 Court
Sale street. 3-13-6t Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, .Washington Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also J
?' Capt. D. H. Baker of Sumter county : Navel. Address Mrs. M.1ahleo six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special <
was a Thursday visitor. He Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf basement -
says WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy
r that Sumter jsuffered'but little dam- i Orlando,good neighborhood,reas- .TO RENT OR SELLA wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or ,

age from the recent drop in the tem onable distance of schools and churches. new 7-room bungalow, furnishedor furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery. ;

; perature. He was a visitor to the Modern 8-room : Must be good land, suitable for unfurnished. Rental for summer House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These ;
and Prefer
trucking poultry raising.
Orange county fair, and was pleased i House 2 doors i place with out buildings, but not absolutely months street.moderate. Apply 500 Anderson 3-17-3t- lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I ;

to note the feeling of cordiality existing necessary if price is right. offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission. ,

between Orange and her neigh- | west of Wyoming : Give full particulars to B. R. Mont- Eat what you want. Open to all. : i- VIA.&. ;
55 Mutual Life Jack-
boring counties. He that he will gomery, Bldg., Eat all you want.
says sonville, Fla. 3-16 tf Take postscript and forget it. I
do what he in i Hotel. Bar- ;
can fostering the same For sale by all druggists. \ E. N. COY .

spirit between Sumter and Marion. C. W. Riley, the photographer, has l-T-d&w-lyr
He thinks that Sumter will stand ; gain., : moved his business from 405 Hughey 307, West St., Nortb,0rtando

right behind Marion in her fair prop- street, and can now be found at 303 In buying 25 YEARS'and selling EXPERIENCE Seeds. Our . '

osition, and he expresses the hope Garland street. Call and see him. Seeds are good. McElroy Pharmacy. +MIIIIIMM M. Illlllllllll

that all other neighboring counties : A. L. Bentley, 3.7-lw 3-19=3t _
will do the same.-Ocala Banner. W. T. ENTRICAN,
10 E. AMELIA AVENUE )I Painter and interior decorator. New [ fOR i[ mi[

Sentinel want ads. get results. MMIIiMMMIIIIIIMMM on Warman Court street.Sells,' and Fixes Bicycles 12-5-tf, Expert ideas and workmen old ones employed., too. Phone 636 RUn JH[ SENTiNEL[

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

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

Cut Rates to January I, 1915
Meals, 50c.Meals .
: Rooms [one) Si.00 per day. Rooms (two) SI.50 per day.S8.00 yew eek,S5.50. NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to
$6 00 week. week.
per per
Board and Room by the
$20.00 per month. 530.00 per month. month $50.00.Orlando. $5.00PERVEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. Fla. /

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CHULUOTA SUNBEAMSThe 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111"111'1". 4 I1111111111111111111111111I11111111111111111111111111

weather has been very pleas- : PERUCHI.GYPZENE COHOUSE I For Sale20acre
ant for the past few days. THE'MARKET

groves Fertilizing seems and to be cultivating the order orange of the : grove on beautiful lake

day.pleased The with growers the present are more prospectsfor than ORLANDO OPERA[ S[ ; :I: near from Orlando one df and the one-half new County mile Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

a good crop, as it is unanimously
agreed that the bloom is far ahead of ONE WEEKCommencing :, brick roads. AND SALT MEATS

any previous season. Also the farmers -
1,300 and
I orange grape fruit FISH AND GAME
are putting in a good acreage of
corn, peas, velvet beans, etc., while r 3 :I trees. 600 trees in full bearing Kept under the best sanitary conditions. :

the stockmen are standing back witha MONDAY MARCHOUR G : 700 two years from bud. 30,000

broad smile, looking at their stockof : nursery trees some of which are Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
cattle, and remark they never be- I
fore were in such fine condition at : ready to bud. Present bloom indicates pure.

this season of the year. .'The Price Wimen Pay'A : at least 3,500 boxes this We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have | 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. Tilden Jacobs en- : Good everything in the Meat Line.
tertained quite a number of the I year. 7-room residence.
young folks at their home, "The : This is the finest grove bargain

Palm," on Wednesday evening. Mr. LADIES I FBFF MONDAY NBm| |If accompanied : : in the County. $6,000 cash, balance The PARLOR MARKET
Matthew Long, the noted banjo picker I I\LL by the holder of a 50 cents ticket : I
: two and three
furnished music. Many games years.
and reserved belore
I 6 m. :
were played, of which the rose con- p. I,
H. M.
Self &
test created the most excitement. All Prices 15-25-35 and 50 CentsttimimitiMIIIIIIMMIMMMIMMtlilllttlMimi Co.
: Cooper $ Atha
had a pleasant time. Dainty refresh- I I j PINE STREET
ments were served.
J. A. Prevatt is visiting his mother,: 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor j
Phone No.
:Mrs. J. M. Prevatt, at Mullet Lake. ,Phone No. 311 80 !
Candidates are thick as heps now-
adays, and the race has just started. j j1

Born, to :Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Swanson J
the 13th inst., nine pound girl.
Both mother and babe are doing fine. r I " , , , " " ,' , ,, ,,,, , ,, ,,. ]

The new town site, "Chuluota," is ,
improving rapidly. The streets are AtiIIK' ,
hard surfaced with marl and filled )jn '

en either side with beautiful shade W. M. SLEMONS I
trees, and with a nice boulevard
around the two lakes makes this sec- load
Just arrived car
tion very beautiful and attractive.
Last Saturday thirty or forty peo FORDS for immediate j

ple took their dinners and went to the New Goods
home of :Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Jacobs delivery.Get Arriving Daily 1

and helped Mr. Cleveland, their eld-

birthday.est son, celebrate his twenty-first yours nowF. .jj(

Gaston and Billy Jacobs, having G. RUSH, ,
spent several days on the upper St. j J

Johns gathering beef, returned Thurs- Phone 226 We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. J
day with a fine bunch of the long-
horns. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Several families spent last Friday
Ekonlock- Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. '
and Saturday camping on
G 1
hathcie. Among them were Mr. and Pants and Overalls made by'Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. ''
:Mrs. D. W. Currie and family, Mr. .
and Mrs. J. T. Lane, Sr., and family, & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

Mr.; and Mrs. J. W. Thornburg and / :
family, Mr. and Mrs. Walker and I J
[family :Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard and .
jfamily. All report a very pleasanttime. !

J. H. Tucker, of Orlando, was over

I a few days ago, and purchased a fine VORANGE AVENUE
> bunch of stall fed steers of Dr. J. W. 1

beef Nixon left, Dr.on Nixon the range still, has which some will fine be To the West and NorthwestVIA iiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiMiiMMiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMt

ready for market when they reach the

$30 notch. MMMMMIIIIiillHIMMSupreme We are the People


Wildwood, Fla., March 16.Word SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED that have made good Why? Be-
reaching here is to the effect that

three negroes were lulled here sat-I I Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED The oil that has cause experience has taught us how to

urday night as a result of a LT Orlando A. C. L.......12:31am S:13pm I T Orlando ........................ 3:13pm stood the supreme -
a dance at Bamboo, in which only the r Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45 am 730pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm make formulas that suit all conditionsfor
........... test
v Jacksonville. A. C. L. 9:35 am 85 pm T J Jacksonville A. C. L. 8:15pm
three killed are said to have partici- v Waycross. A. C. L..ll:50am 10:25pm T Waycross, A. C. L. .............10 20 pm
r Macon G. S. F....... 5:13pm 4:1&am r Macon G. S. A F. .............. 3:46. amr both trees and
pated. r Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 'I:%5 am Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. .7:12 am orange vegetables.
.. Ar Kaoxvflle. L. ft N. .............1%:19 pm :THAT; - i
The owner of the Bamboo mills, r Chattanooga W. ft A. 12:18am 11:55am r Cerbin. L. A N. ................ 3:16pm
r Nashville. N. C. & St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. ft N. .............. 9:00 pm I j
Mr. Goetze, telegraphed Justice of ..... ... Nowis
Indianapolis ? L. t the
Ar St. Louis L Co ft I.k N. 2:50 pm TO am r a. eo eo 1:5oam', time to fertilize
the Peace C. G. Kilgore, regardingthe Ar Lexington, L. ft N. ............ 6:50pm I I
Ar Hopkinsnlle L. t N........... 6:%1 pm Ar CincinanU. L. & N. ............. 8:50pm Goo Gulf Gasoline
incident and the latter immediat- Ar Evansville, L. AN..... 9:23am 925pm Ar Kalamaioo, G. R. ft L ..........12:20 pm I ,
elyly summoned a jury and proceeded Ar Terre Haute, C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar Grand Rapids. G. R. A L ....... %:45 pm
to the place to conduct an inves- Ar Chicago C. ft E. L..... I:50 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7)5am

tigation. According to the evidence The Southern Fertilizer
before the coroner's jury, Precious Solid train composed of section drawing-
Solid train composed of electric lighted
Elkins shot and killed Hazel Patterson room sleeping cars observation compartment Orlando PHONES Office 32 Plant 31
cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping ear and coaches P. G. WALTON Agt. f : Florida
and John Patterson, a brother of Chicago and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and ,
Hazel, shot Elkins. The latter struck ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. 'Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis; Remember LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
i Thursday, :March 19th,
John Patterson in the head with a DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and I I at Grand theater, "The Martyr of An- While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"
I PHONES 450-269
Solid train carrying electric lighted eom- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear between tioch."
rifle and killed him. Elkins later artment observation sleepers, and electlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays Big midwinter concert of the or "News" sightseeing automobilesfor
died from the wounds he received.A ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Mendelssohn Club, assisted by Mrs. Lookout :Mountain, Point Park,
and Thursdays of each week. Dining car
coaches and Martha Palmer
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I erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. Dabney Carr, and Mr. Cyril Tyler of Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
FULL MOON -------- Jacksonville. 3-14-lt Ridge and historical points. For res-
Now is the time to buy your gar- FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON Buy your garden seed from DeLa- ervations, address 910 Market street.
den seed from DeLaney & Abernethy. W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. ney & Abernethy. Just received a
3-13-tf Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf Ever Try our Classified Ads. 3.3-Apr.23 ___ ..-.J


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Mrs. Buford Duke was the hostess s
.. .. y... o. for the house guests of Duke Hall -
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. last evening, and the parlors were
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prettily decorated for the occasion. A
Y pleasing program of music and read- ,;=,::-====

ings was given in the early evening.Mrs. i I _:; _
J. H. Reese sang the Flower .f: l\i\
Song from Faust and three other selections E i !mC : !!( ;, 4

with Mrs. Duke at the piano.
Miss Nathan gave several readingsin i
a delightful manner. After the = 0? YOUR HOME( and CHILD iN
program five tables were made up for =-------- -----, --
f five hundred, and in the contest the : : -,
=--- Depend largely upon how much = :
prize winners were as follows: Miss yon
Birdseye won the first ladies' prize, '
"."' = save and teach them to save. ifo
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I ; .. a cloissonne spoon; Mrs. Nathan the ==== '" ::-'=:.--
second, a mayonnaise bowl; Mrs. Davis L-; How much have you and they saved -i
the consolation, a pair of embroidery
[ [
it scissors; Mr. Barley won the
first gentlemen's prize, a silver orange

knife; Mr. Nathan the second, a _: ,
collection of books on ,cards; and Mrs. I .
Barley, who played for one of the
gentlemen guests, the consolation, a
silver napkin holder. After the game
Travel "A.B.A. Cheques
on delicious frozen punch and cake were

I Q You can pay your bold bills with them; buy railway and steamship served. LET US HELP YOU _
tickets; use them for purchases. They are the most convenient as weD ,
as the safest kind of"travel money;"your counter-signature identifies you. JUNIOR MATRONS OBSERVE ST. i

q "A.BA" Qeques supply the urgent need for an International Cur. PATRICK'S DAY : We have several plans for teaching
rency. They are the only traveler cheques accepted, under the law,
for U. S. Customs duties. CaD or write for booklet Mrs. Irvine Dunn was hostess for systematic saving and will be pleasedto
the Junior Matrons' Card club yes

'i The State Bank of Orlando terday, and St. Patrick's day colors explain them all. ,
( were used in the decorations for the
I pretty affair. Shamrocks were painted

on the tally cards, which, when =
! counted, showed the high count was
made by Miss Satterthwaite, who received Peoples itiomal Bank
a handsome morocco bound i

< . ......'.. score pad. The booby, a small green I
hat, went to Miss Southkate.Mrs. ii "It is a pleasure to serve you." _
Dunn was aided by Mrs. Chas.
Campbell and Mrs. T. H. Thompson,
and served ice cream in dainty cups i iI
: ,
f of green and white, green mints, and ic c =
-- I I I cake, on each piece of which was
MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR THE Fair, William J. Kenan, J. H. Ray placed a tiny bow of green satin rib I f

LATE HENRY M. FLAGLER nor, W. R. Beardsley, H. E. Bemis, II bon.The ry
Capt. G. W. Matthams, Leland Ster-I I '.0 _club_ _will_ meet next Tuesdaywith I NI, I I d I I .f N6 Nt
Palm! Beach, Fla., March 17.Justa ry, and W. L VanAndan. George W. 'I Mrs. Gordon Wright. Those
year after the fall which resulted Perkins came sixty miles in his speed present yesterday were Misses South- words of the "Martyr of Antioch"! appearance the priest charges her and she leaves him for prison.
in his death memorial boat from his winter home to at gate, Willie and Jean Person, Esther were selected from the drama by the with lukewarmness in the cause of The final action takes place outside
services were late Rev. H. H. Melman,dean of St.Paul's the prison of the' Christians
tend. The Glenn, Satterthwaite and Apollo, and he avows.his firm inten- on the
held for the late Henry M. Flager.They sermon was preached by London, England. The actionof tion to put all Christians to death. road to the Temple of Apollo. The
took place at the Poinciana Dr. George Morgan Ward, who Louis Dolive, Thomas Brodwater, the piece is laid in Antioch, in The scene changes to the Christians' maidens of Daphne chant the gloriesof
1 chapel, a stone's throw from Mr.Flagler's sketched Mr. Flagler's career from Gordon Wright, Allan Weathersbeeand Syria, in the latter part of the third cemetery, where one of the brethrenis the God, while from within the
the time he began business as a clerkin DeWitt Miller. century.The buried, and a hymn is sung over prison are heard the more solemn and
palatial home, White Hall
determined strains of the Christians.
plot may be briefly described. him. After the funeral Margarita
which has been closed since his death. a country store in Ohio, at the f Margarita is brought out and
Olybius is in love with Margarita, remains behind and pours forth her required
I Seats were reserved in front for all age of 14, through his Standard ,Oil Warman Repairs and Retires Baby and she returned his love. This, however feelings in adoration of the Saviour. to make her choice. She pro-
the old family servants, some oH| career, to his Florida enterprises, Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf was in her heathen days. She Her father finds her thus employed claims her faith in Christ. Her lover
which developed the entire East Coastof is now a Christian, and with her conversion and learns for the first time of her and her father urge her to retract;
whom had been in the family service of which both her lover and conversion. The scene again changesto i but in vain, and she dies with the
{ for forty years, and who came long i the state.i THE MARTYR OFAXTIOCII"TIIURSDA her father are ignorant, she, thoughnot the palace of the prefect. The words of rapture on her lips:
t distances to attend. On the other. Y NIGHT indifferent to him, rejects all idea !I maidens of Apollo sing their evening "The Christ, the Christ, commandsme
l side from these I Allegretti's and Huyler's candies. I i of union with a heathen. The piece I song. Olybius and Margarita are to
sat Mr.
Flaglerfsfriends r Tomorrow His home! Jesus, Redeemer, Lord, I
1. Agents, evening the Mendelssohn opens with a chorus of Sun worshippers left together; he begins his old endearments
including CoL John J. Sin Pharmacy. : club will the come! *
present "Martyr of Antioch preliminary to a solemn sacri-j and dilates on the glories
f clair, Col. William E. Hester, Henry 3-15.3t ," by Arthur Sullivan. This will See. The prefect calls for Margarita ito which will be hers when they are I come! I come!"
T. Sloan, J. Hood Wright, Robert M. Read Sentinel want ads. serve to introduce this beautiful work take her accustomed place and united. She then confesses that she
I. for the first time in America.. The lead the worship. During her non- is a Christian; he curses her religion, Sentinel want ads. get results

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I. 100 Foulard Dress Patterns One Day Only-WEDNESDAY-Onc Day Only

Exclusive Patterns, all colors, no two alike, $750valjes Second Floor Specials

for this sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5.98
t $1.00 Messalines, all shades and colorsSpecial .
f . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83c what the ladies
: : . . . . . . . . ; . . Beautiful new line of silk petticoats, just! 98c
75c. Silk Ratine, plain and brocaded, all shades ._ are wearing now, $1.50 values, this sale only . . . . . . . . . .

f < and colors . '. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . 48c
$3.00 beautiful changable and high colored Silk Skirts, 1.98
IS $1.25 grade 42-inch Silk this 98e fifty in number; very special . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . $
Poplin, special sale . . . . . . . . . .

f Printed and figured Silks and Satins, beautiful line, 50 specially pretty ones in Messaline Knit Silk tops ---------. . . . .
:' good for Kimonos and Draperies, $1.25 grade, 98c.; 7c. grade. . . .. 63 C Chiffon Taffeta. These are the $4 kind, this sale only . . . . . : . $2.95
Sac Silk Ponges, a rare line, I., .. .

1 yard wide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63e98c One very fine lot of $5.00 values in Crepe de Chene, just the
r $1.50 Real Shamtung, an imported. thing for soft dresses, reduced for this sale to . . . . . . . . . . $3.95largely

f Ponges . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
f' One lot Chiffon Taffetas, good range of colors BIG REDUCTIONS extend through all our Silks. This is done r

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

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


Miss Curran, of Philadelphia I ,

t is with us for the a new few West days demonstrating Flat The Yowell Duckwort h C Co Samples Is receiving cheerfully our best sent attention.to out-

I o of-town folks, and the parcel
Hook and Eye. Ladies, espe- I post wil deliver the goods the

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

want. ..t tfJ

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