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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 20, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe


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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 191J. ? NUMBER 33.NATIONAL .

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FOREST I!''ONE I N[ O ORLANDO TRUCK fARM Will r PURCHASE R A [ Of CREMATOR[ f FOR R "B1

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L THREATENED BY FIERCE f WilD FIRES f Bartlett Attractive Gardens Spots One About of the the Most Need Is Great Clark_ for Robertson Disposalof Says CAPTURETORREON'SAYS[ f Y .GEN.[ VillA


City Beautiful Waste
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FLAMES MAKE HEADWAY DISTRICT T AGENT[ MAKES A WSIT "Looks like a picture in a green- Sanitary matters are keeping Com- I PRESIDENT[ [ NAMES[ FIVE[ POSTMASTERS NAMES THE LAST DAY OF

'],\ IN SPITE OF WORK DONE 10 ORANGE COUNTY t house book," remarked a visitor as missioner Clark Robertson busy day [ IN ORANGE'[ MARCH AS END OF

+ BY TRAINED MEN he drove past the Bartlett Gardenson and night, and there is little time CAMPAIGN

West Central avenue yesterday that the commissioner can claim as

-- Mr. A. P. Spencer: Will Visit Ocoee afternoon, where the rows of green his own. Apopka Has Change, Samuel W. Eld--

ij URGENT[ 1 All f FOR R HlP[ SNT[ OUT Section Baker With County Today Agent vegetables rich black were soil cast over in relief a ten againstthe acre pumping Speaking out yesterday cess pools of and the the work other of redge Succeeding That Office W. T. Wilsonat HIRE[ NEWS ijf TIIEACTIVITIES!! [

field as level as a floor. demands made upon his force, the ,

several commissioner said, "I'm certainly -
In the foreground men
I FOUR RAGING FIRES EAT WAY 'Mr. A. P. Spencer, of Gainesville, were busy cutting and packing celery glad that relief is in sight," referringto A special from Washington says REBEL FORCES ARE MOVING ON

THROUGH :MILES OF TERRITORY district agent for the farm co-opera- and the scene was one of pleas- the completion of the sewer sys- that President Wilson has appointedthe THE STRONGHOLD BUT .

-' AND ARE STILL tive demonstration work, arrived in ing activity, and the lustrous lettuce tem, which is expected about May 1. following postmasters for Or- ACTION OF FEDERALSIS

BURNING Orlando yesterday to confer with Mr. heads and celery stalks seemed to In the course of a week or two the ange county: NOT TOLD

i. Chas. H. Baker, county agricultunl] form themselves into huge letters in sewer force will turn attention to the Apopka, Samuel W. Eldredge, suc- -

: 't agent, on a number of matters ii, J- spelling "prosperity." down town section, and the business ceeding W. T. Wilson.
,t San Jose, Cal., March 19.-Spe-( dent TO getting the work started in houses will probably be the first to Formosa, :Minnie J. Westfall. El Paso, March 19.-Special.-( )
Nothing is being shipped from the "Bet all that forces
4 ciaL-Fire which broke out at four Mr. Pine Castle Mrs. Alice L your money my
Orange county. Today Spencer be ,connected. Orders are being Tyner,
& I gardens at present but lettuce and will capture Torreon before March
different in the Santa Cruz
places
will visit the Ocoee section with a booked now with the plumbers, and reappointed.
celery. The greater part of the celery 31st"This
! mountains yesterday is tonight view to getting some of the farmersto property owners who are overlookingthe Tangerine, Mary E. .Layton, reap-
has been shipped, though a large
threatening destruction to the fam- co-operate with the department in early opportunity to get on the pointed. message was received today
lot of it remains, and the lettuce
ous national redwood forests. making experiments with certain books will probably be compelled to Ocoee, William P. Blakely. from Villa by one of the constitutionalist -
I which is is the
Two hundred men who have been plants whose adaptability to ,this sec being shipped second I wait for many months, for it doesn'trequire Other postmasters, besides the leader's friends in El Paso, andas

fighting the flames for the past twen- tion has not been established crop. The first crop began to move the vision of a prophet to see above mentioned, for Florida,. whose a result many bets are being madeon

ty-four hours have sent in an urgent The work is understood to be badly forward day. to Just the at markets this time Thanksgiving is the off-II that every plumber in town will be names have been sent to the senate the outcome.

call for help. handicapped on account of the lack rushed with orders as soon as the for confirmation, are as follows: Little light is shed on the situation
p f The four fires, which gained a fresh of appropriation sufficient to furnish season for shipping but the rush of it system is accepted by the city.A Armstrong, .St. Johns, Camille A. around Torreon today aside from the
being over; in a short time the
late in the afternoon each
impetus to the Gauzens Barbourville, Volusia, Clyde information conveyed in a
farmers with the seed sufficient to beans and will trip city's dumping groundwas ; message
to
potatoes begin
move,
burned over a square mile of forest,I make satisfactory demonstrations, part of Commissioner Robert Lemon; Bayard, Duval, Centennial W. from General Benavides stating that
and the forces at the gardens will be
and one of them is now less than a. and the work remains largely incumbent son's work yesterday. The dumping Wing; Chuluota, Seminole, J. Tilden the Searagza brigade had joined the
their necks in work
to and
again
,
up
mile away, eating its way rapidly toward upon the generosity of the individual ground is well out of the residence Jacobs; City Point, Brevard, law- commands of Generals Hernandez,
this will continue with lulls
some
,
the giant redwood trees of the farmers who are willing to until June. section, but it is none the less an eye- rence P. Abney; Coronado, Volusia, Chao and Garcia, and that the com .

national reserve forest. furnish the seeds and do the work sore which the commisioner is anxious Miss Bessie L. Marot Longstreet; bined forces were slowly moving on

under the direction of the experts.Mr. Everything in the vegetable line is to be rid of. He favors the pur- Deerfield, Palm Beach, Mrs. Mae E. Torreon.No .

Spencer was well pleased with grown at the Bartlett gardens, but chase of a crematory, and this will Sharpe; Enterprise, Volusia, Miss mention was made of any fight-

COMMISSIONERS INSPCTGRAOS[ T [ the beginning made by Mr. Baker in there is such of the a large home demandfor probably be one of the improvementsof Mabel E. Thayer; Lemon City, Dade, ing, and the location of the federal
some products that but little
his work in this He. the present administration. Louibelle J. Goode; Long Key, Mon- advance guard was not indicated.
county. sees a
fOR BRICK SYSTEM more than is necessary to supplythe Ella B. Schribner Modello Dade
great opportunity for bettering con- roe, ; Military headquarters at Juarez de-
Orlando market is produced, of Neal C. Murden Ormond Beach Vo
ditions here and the ; nied any knowledge of Villa's move-
stands ready, to says lend every department possible the smaller and more perishable kind, IllS CRY f FORATR R [ BRINGS ABOUT lusia, Ernest A. Osteen; Pierson, Vo- ments and federal officials here are
like onions radishes cauliflower
Has and
Engineer Ramsey Completed lusia, Alberta C. Lindahl; Pomona, equally uncommunicative.
assistance. the like. Some of the last named was Putnam Grace E. Knowlton Rod-
Survey of Highways Establishing RESCUE[ U[ Of MAN ;
shipped this but not
Grades year a great man, Putnam, Roberta 0. Morrison;
and
CutoffsThe
...... deal, other crops being more profit- Seville Volusia Orrell W. Prevatt.
,
,f. __ ANOTHER RESIGNATION[ fOOWSKllUNG HURTA[ IS ANXIOUS TO REACH[ H
.r .able and less trouble. Who Had Been Buried Beneath a The following Florida postmasters,

county commissioners met yes Of [EDITOR The gardens are in charge of Mr. Fallen Wall for More Than who have been investigated by inspectors SETTLEMENT[ [ WITH U. s.S.Iuch

terday and went over the profiles and W. E. Young, who is superintendentfor were given clean bills of

other data compiled by Engineer G. the proprietors, Cardenas & Lar- Thirty-six Hours health:

K. Ramsey from his recent survey of Minister of Marine Quits the French rabee. The Central gardens nearbyare Altamonte Springs, Seminole, Ar- ) Depends Upon the Result of
the roads to be paved with under the same and St. Louis Mo. :March 19. His calls
county management thur H. Fuller; Eden, St. Lucie, Miss the Operations Now in Progressat
brick Cabinet as Result of Shooting Mr. Young- has several acres of his for a drink of water today led to the Vina McCormick; Fulford, Dade,

In the I afternoon the commisioners of Calmette own that are included in the ship- rescue of Thomas Burke from the Maynard H. McLeod; Gifford, St. Lu- Torreon

boarded an automobile and made a ments from the Bartlett gardens. ruins of the St. Louis Seed company's cie, John A. Kennedy; Grant, Bre-

trip over he road to Conway and that Paris, March 19.-Madame Cail- From an area of about twenty acres building thirty-seven hours after the vard, Miss Laura C. Jorgensen; King- Washington, March 19.While no

to he Osceola county line, past Pine laux's assassination ,of Gaston Cal ten thousand crates were shipped last structure collapsed under the weightof ston, Volusia, Celia E. Rich; Lake II official word came' to the White

Castle and Taft Today they will mette, editor of he Figaro, brought season. The present season will pro- a fallen watt of the burned Mis- i Helen, Volusia, Claude H. Pelton; House today of the reported purposeof

take up the other roads in the pro- about another ch 'ge in the French duce in that neighborhood, though souri Athletic club building, in which Larkins, Dade, John Opsahl; Leno, General Huerta to reopen parleys

posed system, to the Seminole county cabinet today wt n Ernest Moms, there is slightly less planted.The thirty lives were lost. Clay, Frank E. Smith; Mandarin, Du with the United States by sendinghis

11 line, the Oakland, Winter Garden, minister of marine, added his resig- Bartlett gardens are a great Rescuers who had been digging in val, Walter ones; Mayport, Duval, minister of foreign affairs, Jose
I
Ocoee and Apopka roads, and will nation to that of Joseph Caillaux, advertisement for this section. lo- the ruins all night were working to Mrs. Catherine McCormick; Middle- Portilla y Rojas, to Vera Cruz to con-

make similar trips of inspection. it minister of finance.A cated just on the edge of the city and extricate a body when they were burg, Clay, George A. Challer; Nar- fer with John Lind, President Wil-

is likely that the work will be carried meeting of the cabinet counsel lying on the public road they are seen I' startled by Burke's call for help. coossee, Osceola, Frederick W. Hill; son's special envoy to Mexico, admin-

over till tomorrow, as it will hardlybe accepted the resignation. For the by every passer. The excellent con- After eighty men had worked for Ormond, Volusia, Caroline D. Sim- istration officials indicated a willingness -

possible to finish it today. present, Albert F.. LeBrun, ministerof dition of the crops and the preciseand half an hour they"found Burke pinned rail; Perrine, Dade, Robert P. Bar- to listen to any new proposalsfor

The engineer has recommended several colonies, will. 'act. also. as ministerof . i attractive manner in which theyare under a section of flooring. He was I field; Sharpes, Brevard, Charles L a peaceful settlement They
cutoffs, which the commissionerswill marine.' laid out demand instant attentionand rushed to a hospital where he was Nichols; Walton, St. Lucie, Eliza J.i seemed to attach most importance at

consider. After his work is com- comment. Supt. Young is a mas- treated for injuries to his feet. He Luce; Welaka, Putnam, Roderick J. this time to the outcome of the im-
Madame Caillaux is still the
pleted, the commissioners will author-, objectof ter of his business. Celery at pres- died two hours later. McLeod.IN pending battle at Torreon which is

ize the clerk to advertise for bids. deep popular sympathy. Crowds ent is bringing $1.50 f. o. b. at San- Near Burke was found the body of expected to mark a critical turn in

took advantage today of the mid- ford. The recently established auto an unidentified man, bringing the- to- the strength and prestige of the con-
Lenten holiday to gather at the gatesof FLORIDA TO RETURN MEDALHE
truck line between Orlando and San- tal dead recorded to seven. tending factions.
St. Lazare prison, where she is in CARRIED 50 YEARS
EQUAl SUffRAGE AMENDMENT[ ford is proving a convenience to the When the exchange of notes among
The manifested
custody. people
shippers which has long been needed, SYMPATHIZER NAMES BABY Senor Gamboa and Charge O'Shaugh-
great curiosity in the visitors in the St. Petersburg, Fla., March 19.-
lOST IN SENATE and shipments are going forward by FOR CONVICTED MURDERERLeo nessy and John Lind was concludedlast
jail, :who included the lawyers: en- Geo. B. McMillan is looking for a
that line each day. Frank since first he fall the attitude of the Washington -
gaged in her defense. In the central was lodgedin Miss Elliott, to whom he wishes to
government was firmly established -
the Tower, charged with
Senators districts of Paris, as well as' in the MaryPhagan's return a, silver medal awarded to her
Thirty-fire Vote
Only for It
not
murder has received dozensof as opposed only to recog-
,
more turbulent quarters on the south NEW REVOLUTION FOR VENEZUELA while she was a pupil in the South
and Thirty-four Register letters from he knew nition of Huerta but any successor of
side of the Seine, the police had taken BREWINGNew people never Carolina Institute in 1849 for the best his The United States
Against and quite a few of them have choosing. gov-
ex- I
to political I crochet hat. The of the
every precaution prevent I pressed admiration for his attitude story presentowner's ernment has been mindful that a
demonstrations. The residence of M. acquisition of the medal is
York, March 19Gen. Jose towards his prosecution the Atlanta peaceful settlement in Mexico depended -
Washington, March 19.-(Special.. Caillaux was strongly'guarded, as M. Hernandez El Mocho arrived here Journal. says one of the curious survivals of the not alone on the choosing ofa

The proposed constitutional amend- were also the offices of the Figaro, civil war. He was in the Sixteenth to whom
today from Porto Rico man diplomatic recogni-
where he was The limit was reached Wednesday
,
ment for the senate and the chamber of depu- Wisconsin under Sherman,
woman suffrage was de- in consultation, it was understood, however, when he received letter regiment, tion might be extended but that it
feated in the senate late this after- a and with the army when it was in : the
ties.The with Generals Baptista, Alcantara, from a man in a small Alabama town, was equally dependent on attitudeof
noon. resignation of M. Monis was Columbia, February 14, 1865. One of the constitutionalists.
Olivares and other Venezuelan Should the
revo- who declared that he had just named ..
It would have required a two- caused 'by statements made in the Sherman's "bummers" stole the med- constituionalists be
lutionary leaders. It is reversed at Tor-
said he would I his first born baby, Leo Frank -. .1.
thirds vote, or 64 senators favoringit ; chamber of deputies that while he soon leave for Port of Spain, whenceit Frank wouldn't give the man's name. al along with a lot of other loot from reon it is considered possible here
to have sent it to the house. homes and it to Mr. McMillan.He .
over was premier he had exerted powerful is believed he intends to invade The prisoner laughed with some of gave that a compromise candidate mightbe
Only 35 senators voted for the resolu- influence the public carried it with him all throughthe
on prosecutor
Venezuela in agreed though speculation in
I April. It is said the details his friends to whom he read the let- upon
tion, while 34 voted against it. Victor Fabre, to postpone the trial of I of a revolution to unseat Presi- ter. remainder of the war and during I official circles was not based on any
his travels since. Now he wishes to
Henri Rochette who was alleged to definite information.
dent Gomez I
were completed at the "The idea of a man naming his itI
have swindled the public out of sums return the medal after carrying
THE WEATHER conference in San Juan.
I child for a man, who has twice been .
aggregating $20,000,000 by fraudu- Gen. Hernandez declined to discusshis condemned as a murderer, was so ludicrous forty-nine years.METHODISTS NEW PLAN OF FINANCE ADOPTED -
lent stock promotions. Rochette dis- plans for the future. There I v BY METHODISTS
Florida: Local rains Saturday is a Frank explained, "that I
;"
while bail. I
appeared on revolutionary movement in I GIVE $10,000 IN
colder in northern portion. Fair and! now prog-J couldn't help laughing.
in Venezuela. I TWE\TY MINUTES i Pottstown, Pa., March 19.-Spe-(
colder in the peninsular. ress I Besides telling Frank about the I
DEATH OF MRS. A. G. BOWSHER youthful namesake, the father wrote ciaL))-A resolution adopting the

SECRETARY BRYAN IS 54 the prisoner that he had just writtena Clearwater, Fla., March 19.-Following budget plan, advocated by the last

FUNERAL OF MR. L. P. COOK Mrs. A. G. Bowsher, aged 70, died i letter to the president of the United a sermon delivered by Bishop general conference and submitted by

Funeral services over the remainsof last night at 10:15 o'clock"at her res- States, urging him to intervene in the Morrison at the local theater, which Bishop Berry and the five district superintendents -

Mr. L. P. Cook were conducted idence, No. 10 West Concord ave- Washington, March 19.-(Special) case, and let Frank have another was crowded by the parishioners of to the Philadelphia con-

from the residence yesterday afternoon nue. She leaves a husband and a I I-Secretary Bryan's guests drank his I trial. I the Methodist church and friends, fernce of the Methodist church, was
health in grape juice at a receptionthis I $10,000 subscribed in passed today. The plan will become
I by Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, stepdaughter, the latter residing in t was twenty
of the First Baptist church. Magnolia Texas. *Mrs. Bowsher had lived in afternoon in honor of his fifty- BUTCHER COOKED TO DEATH I minutes for the new Methodist churchon the official financing system: of the

:i Camp No.4, Woodmen of the Orlando ten years and in the state fourth birthday. The guests of honor Lafayette, Ind., March 19.-Spe-( Fort Harrison avenue, the founda- churches of the conference after next

World, attended the funeral, and the twenty years, coming to Florida from were Secretary Bryan's associates in cial.-Thomas Mackey, 49, a butcher tion of which was laid last year. The October according to this resolution,

pall bearers were selected from Wabash, Ind. She was well known the state department employed by the Dreyfus Packing church, when completed, will represent during which month a series of district -

among the members of the order. and highly respected in this city. The i company; tonight fell into the render- an outlay of about $30,000. Rev.i institutes and general confer-

Many beautiful floral offerings cov- funeral arrangements will be an- I The 50-cent books, Library Edition, ing vat containing boiling water and Moon announced that work will beginat ence campaign will be conducted to

ered the casket. The interment was, nounced later. Hammond & Gore are at Curtis &; O'Neal's Book, Stationery was cooked to death. He died short- once so that the church will be acquaint the people of the church
: and Music Store, are moving live- before next winter. with the system.
at the city cemetery. in charge. ly. ly after being rescued. completed t


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SfMINOU I M
Resolution Is Unanimously Adopted
' Lv Orlando ____________
, at Meeting of AssociationHeld Ar Jacksonville _________
in Atlanta STETSON UNIVERSITYvs. Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.c.L
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.... Co's
Lv Tipton, la., A. C. L____ I
Atlanta, March 17.-Endorsement Ar Albany, Ga.,A. C. L____ I
of the administration of President ROLLINS COLLEGE Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. :
Wilson, was given here today in a Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ '
Ar Ala. C. of Ga..
Opelika, :
resolution adopted by the Southern FRIDAY AND SATURDAY r Birmingham, AUu, C. of
Newspaper Publishers' Associationat Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of .
the closing day's meeting of the Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ "
organizations annual convention.F. March 20th and 21st Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C______
Ar Cairo, III, L C________
R. Hinman, of the Florida HOUSE
W. ____
ATWINTER Ar Carbondale, HI., L C.
Times-Union, Jacksonville, was elect- -
Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C.__-_
ed president of the association for
PARKGame "
:h the coming year. Other officers elect Ar Centralia, HI, L C.-----
Ar Matobn, lIt, I. C.__ ___
W. L Halstead, of the Atlanta -
ed were called at 3 o'clock. Deciding games for I Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ Reels
Constitution, 'vice-president; Intercollegiate Championship of Florida. Ar Kankakee, HL, I. C._____
and W. F. Clemens, of the Birmingham Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._____'__ love and high fie
News, secretary. Asheville, N. ADMISSION CENTS
3 50 with
Solid Through Trains- pictures
C., was selected as the meeting place
n for the 1915 convention. The date 'I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMagazines observation, compartment, burning and p
t room, section, sleeping cars,
of the convention was not settled.A .
IIIMiMMMMIIIItltilMllliillllllllllMIIMIIMH reclining chair ears, between A real mine
message was sent to President
: ville and Chicago, and
Wilson, informing him of the approval a dull mo
: and St. Louis. All meals
of his administration. The message -

says: Weekly & MonthlyWe car.Far t'. kets and Pullman
"Honorable Woodrow Wilson, Executive -
4 : vations, all on
Mansion, Washington, D. C., would like to call your attention that we now W. R. NEAL, City Ticket ORCHESTRA
"At a meting of the Southern News carry a large assortment of Magazines and Newspa or
papers' Association representing sixty pers. Get in the habit of buying your Weekly and D. W. WHITE, Depot 10:30
; daily newspapers of the South, Monthly Magazines from us. Atlantic Coast Line
now in session here, a resolution was Orlando. ADULTS 20c.
enthusiastically and unanimously DeLANEY & ABERNETHYNext
WOOD, COAL AND
c adopted. F. W. Hinman, vice-presi ( Door to the lOc Store.) Wood, $1.50 a strand up.

dent"----. Coal Yard
566.
c Mr. Hinman, elected president at ++3lillMMtltMMIMMMIIIMIiMIMIIHIimilltf phone
; .
session late today, was
{ the closing
OLIVE OIL AND
vice president of the organization. 41 tlMMMHUIIIIIIMIMIIMMMIHIIMIMMMMIHM We have the best. 25 '
during the past year. I business. Try us.
M. W. Connolley, of the Memphis I macy.
News-Scimitar; W. T. Anderson, of

the Macon Telegraph; W. E. Clark- ORLANDO B W A ASII1NGTONM 1 and purR -
; ston, of the Houston Post; W C.
Johnson, of the Chattanooga News; W H T of your mon
r James B. Holiday of the Atlanta Constitution REALTY &
t ; Charles D. Atkins, of the DRAWING ROOM FOR REAL Wright Farm ,

j Atlanta the Atlanta Journal Georgian and George, were included Auerof SLEEPING CARVIA lafe Our Seeds. in '

among the speakers dealing with Orlando Quantity
editorial and business ideals in news
-
- paper publishers. .

;' The list association of advertising adopted agencies an accredited to Fresh.Eggs 390 lb.
COAST T LINE[
TLNTIC
; Sweet Milk .
aid publishers in obtaining advertising . I 150 doz.
that is honest in its claims. :. : Sweet Milk ice qt.

: Individual by Express,
CORSETS DISCARDED TO MEET OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
all
: (charges prepaid) cash with order.
DEMANDS OF NEW DANCES I
I

Atlanta, Ga.-, March 18.The I: : FLOB1DA'R

sweeping vogue of the new dances : Tueflais J auti n SatuflaysFOR J I

in agility Atlanta, has, requiring prompted almost many acrobatic debutantes :I i 40 acres under house, barn, ,,

married to : best of
and
young women water
RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON ,
discard corsets altogether, or to simply :
t wear modified stays, according to : W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. !

fashionable dressmakers here-and I W. D' WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. ... .. _... .... .... . . .. ....
they ought to know what they are : ORLANDO, FLA. R>V **VVV* W*V VWTWW V V I V **

K talking about. : George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. "10' -
To "dip" gracefully as is demanded : Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
a in many of the new dances, would be I ,
absolutely impossible, it is declared ; tlMIIIIMIMIIIIIMMIIMtltltiMMttimtilMMflABOUT
in the old fashioned corsets, and succumbing ORLANDO[ R ANY

dance, the to new the corsets influences have of become the FOUNTAIN PENSThere

more and more like no corsets at all
;' And thus the new dances which are plenty of good fountain pens in I I i ; i .

r many serious-minded reformers have the market and unfortunately there is also a At the
condemned, may bring about the discarding supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a
of the corset almost entirely, :
better self-filling peh than the Conklin,
which serious minded
a a thing many :
and have never sold a better one of -the other
reformers have been urging for :
years. type than Moore's Non-Leakable We Sell both .. I.

kinds on an, absolute guarantee of 'your mon-. :::
r t GOOD BALL GAME ey back if you want it. A good fountainpen Real ,.
y4 There can hardly be any doubt but has oome to be almost a necessity to every Cash .
that the game of ball to be played business man or woman. If you have none, .4

'Y at Winter Park on Friday afternoon ,or- have one, that is unsatisfactory, let us .
.r between Rollins college, and Stetson : -
show you the guaranteed sort.
will be worth while journeying to 1
Collegetown to see, as both teams ares W. S. BRANCH .
evenly matched and "near profession. Due .
als" as the amateur rules permit. The
The Arcade leek art Mute Store
' game will be called at 3 o'clock. :..

THE ,LOCAL WEATHER IIMHIMItllMMMMMIIMtilllHMMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIThis .

Yesterday was some day! That is :
a short and pithy statement; yet it Grove Land :

means a whole lot. Winterseems to . ..
have completely lost his grip and the -
weather from now on bids to be fair :
and pleasant. In fact, March and .
April are the cream of the year in :
f Florida. Season's Best Bargain and :

NO NAUGHTY CHILDREN and that :
S
Washington, March .-There are @ made :.
no naughty: children nowadays, according -
to Dr. Maximilian P. Grosz- W. :
. . . . ..... .
man, children's specialist, who de 55 OrlandoSanfordhard .. . .
dared so-called naughtiness was simply acres fronting on ':z.z .. .... .. ... ...--.I'. .". .......
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a symptom of physical ailing.He road. In sight of and three minutes ---

gave out these statistics of an walk from R. R. station, Postoffice.-and NOTICE

investigation. Fifty to 75 per cent good hotel accommodations. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND
of children suffer from decayed teeth, AND DO ALL @ hereby given that the City
30 per cent from nasal obstructions, Florida,will on January 1,
26 per cent. from eye strain, 12 percent Price $15 Per AcreIt OPTICAL& off with interest to that
numbered 7, 8, 9,10,19
, from some deformity, 4 percent be sold the City of Orlando seven
ti must immediately.
from- defective hearing, 2 1.2 I issued July 1, 1892,
' w cent from tuberculosis. the provisions made for

: A FULL MOON rl R M R. Ce1 in JANSEN said 11 bonds., 1914., City Clef.

seed Now from is the DeLaney time to&buy; Abernethy.Buy your garden. t t DR. L H. fl'

your garden seed from DeLaney OPTOMETRIST T. ENTRICAN,
& Abernethy. Just received a Phase GN WatkteBbdL the newest and best
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf (Saeawt to Dr. 0. P. in the painting and
'frade. Phone 636.

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Says DENOUNCES That[Been the Hushed-Voice GEORGIA of in. Justice the COURT O Has cause have experience made has good.taught Why us?how Be-to Ati\ n i1e l H Xore: s an M1ez s



Tumult

make formulas that suit all conditionsfor This
Friday Magruder's Stables Carload
t New York, March 18.-"My son is

being sacrificed on an altar of infamy both orange trees and vegetables

} above which the seal of the sovereign
state of Georgia reposes. In the tumult Those in need of a

the voice of justice is hushed. Now is the time to fertilize horse or mule or a teamof

Loudly boast the Atlanta police that them will find the
they have brought to justice the slayer -
of little Mary Phagan. same at Magruder's Sta .

"Proudly they tap their shields ble this week. They are

calling attention to their omnipo- The Southern Fertilizer Co.Orlando ." now being sold privately -
tence, their championship of the fair I
name of Justice. Some one must die PHONES: Office 32. Plant 31 Florida or exchanges will be

that the law might be satisfied. My -- , made if you so desire.

son, a Jew, was seized upon, trussed
like a sheep and cast upon the mercyof Private sales will con-

a court that sneered at his every tinue until FRIDAY
attempt to declare his innocence. But
NOON, when every remaining -
that court gave ear and credence to -

the loose-mouthed, parrot-like storyof horse or mule
a negro-that court of justice." Arr Mr ATTAENTofoiF
will be put up and sold
This is the story of Mrs. Rudolph RIMMEN T MY

Frank, the mother who sat by Leo M. OF'T1EpOlt without reserve to the

Frank in the 30-day trial in Atlanta highest and. best bidders -
and heard the jury return the verdict
that condemned him to die. I 4 4 ;: as the owner wants

The mother is a tigress.She I I I II ''I'I C to close them out before

said: I returning to his home.
It "They called me that in Atlanta.A .
tigress. Why should I not be? I F P. G. WALDRONTennessee {
,
love my son, my boy. I sat at his Ii I Shipper.
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side and heard a prosecuting attorney i f ,
degrade him by horrible insinuation, Auction Sale This Friday at 1 p.m. Magruder's Stables, Orlando

by terrible innuendo. They called mea

tigress because I sprang from my ,

chair and cried forth my reproachthe iiiniiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiii ttttilllMMtMlMMIMMMMMMMIMMilMMMMf.
denial that they would not listento *BOOK
I '1f. ;
from my boy. Yes, I am a tigress. ; .- Shoe Repairingby

I him.could, kill for. him; I could die for I, ? a- o- %- PARCEL POSTMen's Cook With GasWe


"In my. heart, as I sat beside him I

and heard them rend him as hungry Half Soles, 750 to 850
f\f have not said much about gas as the best
wolves would a tired deer, there ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 75c

j arose higher than pity, higher than Children's Half Soles, sOc to 750 means of cooking lately because we have been too busy
sorrow, higher than love, a rage that I I Hand Turned Soles, ;I.oo
made me a tigress. I watched them : I Heels Repaired, 25C with other appliances, but now that warm weather is

push him further and further towardthe
All work returned in 24 hours. coming on we are preparing for more work becausewe
scaffold. I heard that prosecut- Orders without remittance re-
ing atlorney declare that he would I I turned C. 0. D. We pay realize that warm weather is the time when the Gas '

never indict the negro, Jim Conley, return postage.
Stove shows to best .
for this crime. I heard him sneer, 'If cooK.I I up advantage.You

that be treason, make the most of it.' A. Hanson don't have to heat your whole kitchen up witha

1 heard testimony so false, so per-
jured[ that my nature changed. I DR.FttEDEItIA ORLANDO i9East: Pine-Street FLORIDA : hot coal or wood fire and you don't have to bring in

"You come to me for my story. You wood or take out the dirty ashes-all you have to do
ask me how I feel about it. I am his MIMIIHIIIMMIHMMDr.

mother. That is my story." is "strike the match" and turn the valve.". Come in and .

Mrs. Frank views the plight of her i HE6l' BucRmaster
k line of stoves and
with see our ranges.
f son a fierce resentment, in which "ERLFr

there is nothing maudlin, nothing R't'

cloyingly sentimental. She is Spar- Mat Osteopathic Physician ----4..

tan-like in her courage, almost elemental -
in her fierce defense. She 132 Orange Avenue


said"On beautiful: our Day prayer of Atonement: we havea Hum Documentof Next up-stairs.door to Acute People's and chronic Bank, W T[ & lI T CO.


"'God keep us and protect us diseases treatedTelephone

against false accusation and a liar.' Poignant Appeal A drama of 578.lMMIMIIillMIPilllllH. ,Gas Department i
"Nightly have so prayed. They

will never ,hang my son. God will human suffering. A wonderful story 4liHIIMMIMMIIIMilMM MMMMM6MMIMUMlMIMIMtHIMMIMMMMMMMMMMMtMMMMt
not permit it. God has told me so. I

am strong; God has given me the i ,-
of splendid single-handed victory
strength of His strongest soldier to Supreme Auto Oil

never until the give end.up. I shall hope and fight over countless difficulties. i The Altamonte .

"These tears are not of weak sor-
row. They are born of fierce resent- Over 650 Finely Illustrated The oil that has ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .

ment; of a terrible passion that of Read it stood the supreme beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or( A. C. L
surges through me when I recall that Pages Interesting heading R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served In inte-

horrid mockery that the state of On Sale at W. S. Branch's Book Store Pine StreetI test rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the '

Georgia called a trial. Oh, God, to most beautiful and healthful location In Florida, on

see one's own flesh and blood paintedin high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres In parks.
love him. Maybe, my love tWistsmy 1,000 WOMEN FOUND IN 61 CHI- : THAT:, '
shame falsely; to see him denied Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
the very principles of justice; to see judgment. But here I saw my CAGO BARS Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen Improve-

him torn away from you and to know son degraded. I did not see real evidence ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
piled against him. I heard him Chicago, March 17.-A census of
that he is innocentinnocentunderstand Goo Gulf Gasoline Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
villified; brutally slandered. I saw women found in the back rooms of
'
neither justice nor righteousness in saloons in Chicago on Sunday night

"Leo was born 30 years ago come .that trial, and the sorrow gave way I showed 1,000 women drinking in 61 GEO. E. BATES & SON ProprietorsSummer
April, in Texas. In that year1884we I ,
to bitterness; to hot protest; to the saloons, according to figures compiledby
moved to New York, and Leo, I "
desire to fight with my hands. a committee of the Law and Or- Resort"The Grand, Mount Vernon, N. H. ;
when he was old enough, went to
public school in Adelphi street. Such feel"That about is my it. story.I know That that is he how will I der league. P. G. WALTON, Agt I!!" "I""I"'I"'I'I' 'II'I" .

reports he brought home! One hun-
'not be hanged. God will bring him LABORER HEARS HE'S RICH
dred per cent. nearly always did they *
back to me and he shall come to me Hammond, Ind., March 18.-As
give him. And, too, they sent home PHONES 450269MM Louisville Nashville R. R.
as gentle, as upright as he
little notes with 'GB' (good boy) and'GW as pure, soon as Mathias Constante, a laborer,
left me." received a letter telling him he had 1111'1111111'111111111" ,
(good work) marked on them, OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
Then.he, went to school in Lafayette inherited $7,000,000 from a relativein Telephones Installed Since DirectoryWas
street and later to Pratt Institute .MILITANT GETS SIX WEEKS the old country, he quit his job in Published CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
the steel mills and with INDIANAPOLIS CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,
five ,
high school, where he won a scholar London, March 18.-The pretty compan- 646 H. W. Barnard ______Residence
ship to Cornell. young suffragette who gave the name ions started on a trip around the 656 Mrs. Irene BarnesResidence GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO. a i

"lie entered college in 1902 and world. 170 E. W. Butt _____Candy Kitchen .
of Catherine Wilson and who was 572 W. P. Chapman______Residence SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.
won his M. E. in 1906. He was studi- found yesterday in the lobby of the 648 D. R. Caruthers Grocery Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR -------- I Ar. Knoxville .............12:00 n'n'I Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 !
kindly courteous. He wrote to _______ am
ous, house male John Grocery
of Empie
commons, wearing at- 150 i Ar. Lexington .............. *:<0 Pm I Ar. Birmingham ............1%:10 n'n +
me that he would marry early in life, tire, with a dog whip hidden under SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION 273 Empire Hotel I Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 pm
I hereby announce myself as a candidate and Growers' .............. 7:15 t'
156 Florida Shippers' Ar. Cleveland amI Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35 am
and I blessed him, even though I her coat, was sentenced to six weeks' for re-election to the office of Supervisor of League. i Ar. Detroit ................. 7:45 am Ar. St. Louis ...........;.. 7:40 am
hated to give up my boy to another imprisonment.She .' ''i,the Registration Democratic for primary. Orange to County be held, subject June 2nd.to 340 Henry Green ________Residence I Ar.Ar.Grand Louisville Rapids...................... 2:45 9:00 pm pm 1 I Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38 am 1.

woman. He married a girl who is as came near being successful in 1914. 1026 C. F. Grannis ___________Grove Ar Indianapolis ............ 7:00 am I DIXIE FLYER 4
as the angels, and I was happy FRANK H. WILLIAMS. 639 Elijah Hand _____....Undertaker I Ar. Chicago .........,..... 7:10 am
pure her design to attack Premier Asquith, FOR SHERIFFI 652 Mrs. J. Hall ________Residence DIXIE LIMITED I I.Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
because he was. as he left commons just as she was i hereby announce myself as a candidate 654 Home Laundry. The fastest train to the West. Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am '
"The first money that he earned he for Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the __________Grove! Lv. Jacksonville ....3..... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ...........12:00 n'n /
arrested. Democratic primary 'of June 2nd. 1914. 1026 W. R. Harney Ar. St. Louis .............. 2:50 pm I Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm ;
spent it on'an insurance policy for I FRANK GORDON. 655 S. E. Ives, Jr. ___-___Residence Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50_am i
$3,000. He made it, over to us-his 642 R. P. Johnson ______Residence .;
W. T. ENTRICAN, FOR COUNTY TREASURERI 381 Bishop Cameron Mann ____Res.
parents. When he married, I made hereby announce myself a candidate for ________-__Market Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L. & 5. Diner No Better -i
Treasurer of Orange County subject to the 420 R. L. Mercer Dining Car Service in this Country. Fait Time. Rock Ballast N. Dost er i
him transfer it to his wife. Would a Makes a specialty of painting, paper-' Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. 174 Orlando & Sanford Transfer Co. Dirt. i
bad boy thus love his parents? In ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. J. H. TUCKER. 649 Police Night Call___Model Cafe SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train, with dining cars .J
_____Residence coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleveland
1910 he married Lucile Selig, and 1 I Phone 636. l-2Mm, FOR TAX ASSESSORI 285 H. R. Remsen and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Direct -
hereby announce my candidacy for the 641 Dr. Miles RobinsonResidence connections to Toledo Detroit. Pittshorg Buffalo.
love her as my own child. office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, subject 643 Dr. D. C. Roney._.-___Residence DIXIE LIMITED ni DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago a
"But she is not a mother. Therefore NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSTax to the action of the Demooraite primary '478 S. N. Seymore _-___Residence with coaches dining cars drawing room compartment and observation sleeper '"
she, even, can not feel like I do. books for the payment of called for June 2nd, 1914.faithful If nominated service. and 651 J. Sims _____________Residence through to St Louis on Dixie Limited" over 6 hours fastest and only one
elected I pledge you my night oat
State and County taxes close the last ARTHUR BUTT. 645 Wm. Taylor __________Business MONTGOMERY ROUTE hai sleepers through to St. Louis daily and COn-
what write and
People shall read you day of March, after which all proper 647 L. S. Tenny _________Residence necting sleepers to Chicago ;
say: 'But this is the story of a mother. ty on which the taxes have not been FOR TAX COLLECTORI 650 C. W. Thompson _Residence
hereby announce myself, as a candidate i _______Residence For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.
This mother is not a judge of her paid will be advertised. Come now for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof 640 G. B. Venters
son's guilt It is but natural that she! if you would avoid the rush at the Orange County, subject to the Democratic 644 F. H. Washington ____Business!!. C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L & N. Railway,
last and save cost of advertising.W. primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If re- 653 Mrs. Alice Withers___Residence' 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville.
should cry his innocence.: E. MARTIN elected I pledge to you my faithful service 304 0. D. Young _Bicycle Repairs L2 eod-Y.
as I have endeavored to give in the past _ ___ _
Y "I tell you it is not so. Of course, 3-10-10t. Tax Collector W. E. MARTIN. 3-ll-3t-eod d
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THE DAILY ; SIDELIGHTS SANDERS[ ENDORSED[ R [O T TO SUCCEED[[OI care to for enter Judge into Bethel's a political toga controversy but- .I mill iiiiiiinmiiiiiiiii HI urn HIIIIM .

South Florida SentinelMORNING (By W. S. Branch) that he had no objection to being con-
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Eight or nine! 'eari: ago, MarionB. JUDGE[ BEIHI.ON[ BENCH[ H sidered a candidate for appointmentat

AND WEEKLY Ives, was chore boy and tail clerkin _
the hands of the governor.
Dickson-Ives Co.
,r JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. the big store, where he now occu- -- i
-- pies the position of manager and active Seems Likely That Miami Attorney GASPARILLA PICTURES MADE :
Entered at the postoffiee at Orlando. FlorIda -
as Second Class Mail Matter. partner. Not a lad record for a Will Receive .Appointment from HIT AT THE LUCERNE .

young tun. Governor Trammell .
TO ADVERTISERS: .
A. G. Kent of the Lucerne +
i Copy for display and all other hand-iet Mr. John Burns uttered an amusing Fla. March 18. made Manager decided hit by presenting the i
Miami, -Consequent a
the busineaoffice DfP ARTMNT[ At STORf
advertiiinr matt be handed in at "bull" in the course of a debate in
the day of before the Sentinel publication.not later This than rule 2 applies p. m. the House of Commons on Tuesday' upon the resignation of Judge L. W. pictures of the late Gasparilla parade

to changes for contract advertising; it b night. Alluding to one of the labor Bethel, as judge of the circuit court and other Tampa scenes last night. .
Invariable and win be itrictly adhered to. for this district, and the withdrawalof The house was packed to the doors, .
,
members he said: "I would like to
County Judge Redmond B. Gau- and the people viewed the great pa- +
member lifeline
throw the honorable a -
3 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: for with much interact It was Orlando's
candidate
tier as a appointmentto geant Favorite
that I might pluck him as a I
f One Year .....................$5.00 brand, so from the burning. the circuit court bench, the appointment far more magnificent than many had ; Shopping

Six Months ................... 2.50 of Judge James T. San- I any idea, and was a revelation in this

Three Months ................. L25 ders, county solicitor, is forecasted. respect. Thousands of dollars were
Dr. Robert Hutchinson, an eminent
In Advance. The resignation of Judge Bethel is to represented in the floats, many of ;
English physician, has been making
f elaborate experiments on the best diet become effective April 1, according to which were not only expensively' pro- PLACEWEDNESDAY
information received by several Miami duced but were artistic of conceptionand
FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914. for infants and children and has
lawyers from private sources, workmanship. The allegorical +
her-
come out in print declaring that
- -- wholesomeand both from Key West, the home of the representation of the months of the
of the most
is
humorist ring one
John Kendrick Bangs, the and the and of the most pleasing ;
I valuable articles of food for stricken jurist, capital, year was one
'
who lectured in Tampa a few nights I the appointment of a new judge is features. At the conclusion of the t

ago, has a brother living at Ocala- young children. expected within the next fortnight. festival parade a number of picturesof
This may sound like a fishy story,
Billy Bangs. Mitchell D. Price, endorsed for the the Cub baseball team now en- +
but the London Daily Mail is author-
o for the statement. bench by the bar association several gaged in spring practice at Tampa,
The Tampa Tribune has a new ity * months ago, has left the city, and and a run of the motorized fire department 1
press and is printing some of its Judge Gautier has withdrawn, leav- of Tampa were exhibited.
be-
The low lots on Bay street are t
headlines in red. Not necessary; of ing Judge Sanders the only avowed This kind of picture is instructive as
ing filled in, prompt recognition
they were read before. the justice of a Tribune "kick.- candidate for the position. well as entertaining, and will prove ;

10 Tampa Tribune. Judge Sanders said this morningthat a splendid advertisement for the city
Some person who was not ravished +
with hunger has made a scientific Either we never knew, or had for- he was not aware that he had of Tampa. +
gotton that 'Treess Tampa" had a been endorsed for the bench, but it +
; study of the sandwich. His mind was REMEMBERThat
' more inquiring than his stomach. Bay street. If it is as low morallyas is known that several letters were
r some of the lots of "Joyous last week written the governor ask- we have every facility for turn-

z t A new Sam Jones o is advertised to Jacksonville's" Bay street, we do not ing that the solicitor be promoted to ing out neat printing of all kinds.
speak at the DeFuniak Chautauqua. "blame the Tribune for making a the bench, and Saturday a flood of Letter heads, bill' heads, office stationery I

It's easy to guess that he hasn't the "kick," but kicks fail to make any telegrams endorsing Judge Sanderswas etc., furnished at the lowest

x talent of the original. Genius doesn't impression on Jacksonville's' Bay sent to the capital. Judge San- prices first class work will permit. +
t imitate. street. It would take a ton of dyn- ders said he wrote Governor Tram- --- 1
amite to do the job. mell a short time ago that he did not Read Sentinel want ads.
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Amos Lewis, of Marianna, the po-
litical hotbed of West Florida, is I According to "The Bookman," IIMIIMMMHIMiti
which has reports from all the citiesin
campaign manager for John N. C.
Stockton in his race for the senate. the United States about the best Cash to Loan
Ames knows the game. selling books "The Inside of the Cup" on

0- has been the biggest seller in all partsof ,

The Tampa Tribune supplement devoted th- country for the past month."T. .
Tamperabom" is second in the list City Property
to Citrus county was a splen- WAS OUR
did exposition of the resources and and "Laddie" still holds third place.

possibilities of that good section. It Among non-fiction books, "Crowds,"

'1 is fine advertisement for Citrus. by Lee, heads the list. "Pollyanna," r
a
"It Happened in Egypt," and "The I Real Estate bought and sold

The meeting of the fourth district Dark Flower," by Galsworthy, are GRAND OPENING[ OAf

congressional committee will be held also among the list of best sellers in for cash or on commission.

T at New Smyrna next Monday. The works of fiction.* .
meeting was to have been held in
r Jacksonville last Saturday, but there A Yonkers woman has asked the police .

were not enough members present to to find her husband, who, she Dr. A. J. TAYLOR.Rock The eulogies passed upon our successful efforts were
make a quorum. says, washed, ironed, scrubbed, pared
o potatoes, cooked, never smoked, drankor exceptionally gratifying.It .

Detective Burns declares his belief stayed out late, and always did as Building, Up-stairs.
will be our earnest policy to merit more and more
1' in the innocence of .Leo Frank, but he was told. Has she thought of lllllttMHMIIIItllttMiltillIIIIIIIMIItHMttlM

4 says he has found no evidence of a looking in the insane asylum for the high confidence placed in us by our customers and ,

b conspiracy against him; he believes him-Buffalo ,Express.He friends.As.
that the prosecuting attorney has is probably inside the pearly R. L. FOX
FULLER
A. Y.
c been untiring in his efforts to developthe gates, but his wife will never see him 1'
a visitor was heard to remark yesterday-eom-
again. Any woman who will allow
truth in the case.
3 her,husband to do all' the above stunts THE PALMS AUTO COREO menting upon the fitness of our new store:

Orlando has a rest room for tour- besides doing his own work, will

; ; ists. This is intended as a hint, as surely be ruled out by St. Peter. MOTOR CARS This is New York from New York"We

well as a comment.-Pensacola Jour-
KING ,FROWNS AT SLIT SKIRTS
nal. For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a will endeavor to be not only up with the times,
The hint is obscure and the com- Brussels, March 18.-King Albert,
ment is lost in the intent. Come at a court ball, noticing a woman full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof but just a little ahead of Fashion's caprices that will

again, and don't be so brief. whose dress was extremely decollette All our work is absolutely place us in the ranks of those who are considered author-
competent repair men.
o and whose skirt was daringly slit,
ities of what to wear. ,
Eleven thousand tourists have registered whispered to the court marshal. That guaranteed.

y at the rest room in St. Pe- functionary gallantly offered his arm tOur
t tersburg during the season. Orlan- to the wearer of the offending gown New York office will help us to that end-

rr do's rest room would show many and led her from the ball room,- say- e

thousands if it had been open all ing: THE PALMS AUTO CO YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE APPRECIATED
"His majesty noticed that have
season. This is a tip to the Board of you
Trade. torn your dress up the side and requested ,

0 me.to. escort you to your FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.

T The Miami Metropolis erroneously carriage so that you may return home

} credits a story about the decoying of and have the damage repaired. I Ill 11 III If HIT' .

t the governor's envoy to the Palm \ '

r Beach gambling club to the Sentinel I :- -
The yarn was a good one and appeared j-
:
first in the Lake Worth Herald ,. -

to which credit was given by this .
paper.

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The cause of woman suffrage is '. .. .
marching on in Florida. Not only

are the women coming out strongfor IsYour Heart "In the Rind"Isn't

it in various parts of the state '.-
and busy as bees pushing their propaganda -
it about time "elected" the girl ot your
4' but even the men are be- you .
ginning to organize. In Orlando the dreams as mistress of your heart and home, and pre-

"Men's Equal Suffrage League" has sented her with 4

been organized. So long as they don't

get militant Orlando is probably safe. An Engagement Ring? +

Lakeland Telegram.
i
e 0 You can win any girl's heart with your Jewelry,

daily The paper Arcadia to make News its is appearancein the latest Just show her the newest designs and let her choose 1 Our Mail Order r Deparlifient e

and we'll white diamond
Florida. The Daily News is the the setting she prefers mount a M

child of the staid and reliable DeSoto of the purest water. .

County News, which has for long We have wedding rings, too. Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, make
been one of the state's ablest jour-

nals. McBride and L&ngford are too i use of it whenever you can. Samples or information |

level headed to attempt a venture
f cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
which hasn't a fair show for success. .

The Sentinel congratulates them upon I Write for one of our illustrated mail order cataj
k' the excellence of the daily. ,
o logues. We invite comparison values: t-i t _'v

The Ocala Star is calling attentionto .
the hearing to be held in Ocala

March 23 by the railroad commissionon

the long and short haul act, and

invites other papers to call attentionto T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

the hearing. The Sentinel has ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
printed several notices on the hearing
at Ocala and the one to be held in
Kissimmee March 26. The Orlando POSTOFFICE

Board of Trade has appointed dele- Orange.e Ave. Orlando

gates to attend these hearings. It is
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
a matter of much importance, and it
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Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. i i S S.S Ml |i Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M.I .


| Admission 5 cents ia
Of course, hundreds of people all over the country I
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eat Candy just because they like Candy just to

t satisfy that desire for something sweet--and also Nestor. "The Winner." A 2-reel
l you BUYS AND SELLS film produced by Robert Daly, Fritzi "bet It t llen's"
have done the same thing many times. Brunette and Glen White, and the 11 nl
) world famous jockey, Harry Stafford.A .
If we can convince you that pure candy is REAL ESTATE big Moose feature film will be
shown at the Favorite Friday, March -
healthful really beneficial from a food stand. 20. This picture will be of general V The best
interest and should be seen by everyone .
point, why then you'll realize that your money is well especially by members of the f

when buy Candy from our large assort Order of Moose. Many beautiful
spent you WATCHESCLOCKS
400 acres within three views will be shown. Among others
ment. will be some of the handsome Moose 11
miles of Kissimmee, two homes, of which this order can be
justly proud. And also of interestto
mile facing Orlando-Kis- all, in as much as it will give youa
comprehensive view of the grand V
simmee brick road, $20 and noble work of one of the greatest
BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN[ fraternal orders in the United Statesof
per acre if sold within America. No extra charge for this -
great feature film. '
ti 30 days. 314.imiiliillilMlllllittilil o JEWELRYEtc. 0
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) The home of pure home-made Candies,
... Remember the meeting of the
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Round Table tonight. Mr. Fred Stan-

Orange AvenueWADE ley will read a paper on Communistic .
accept the faith in the new Saviour
Anarchism. This will be followed by
which has so mastered, the girl, and
adds his passionate pleadings to thoseof general discussion. All are invited.A You ever bought at the

her father to induce Margarita to
mothers' meeting of the W. C. U best
deny her conversion to Christianity.The price you ever
T. U. will be held in the of
FINE RENDITION GIVEN THE parlor
priest of the temple of Apollois
"MARTYR OF ANTIOCH"Last filled with anger at her conduct, the Presbyterian church this (Fri III bought them.
evening the Mendelssohn Club day) afternoon at 3 o'clock. All
I and as a revenge threatens to kill all
THE TUNER
gave their third concert of the season, those who follow Christ. Margaritais come.
ORLANDO, FLA ii h Ii III "
presenting the "Martyr of Antioch"to unwavering in her choice, and is
a large and representative audi- cast into prison, later paying the pen- The boy evangelist, Charlie Turner, Gel II nl nllilloHiHiimiiimMMiiiiiiiMmmiMtiiiimiiiiitti.
ence at the Grand. alty of death at the stake.A by request will preach again at the -
Mrs. A. Abrams arrived last night!I The soloists were Mrs. Forrest number of very beautiful cho- Lucerne theater Sunday afternoon at
from Green Cove Springs on a visit Dabney Carr, Miss Norma Borman, ruses are introduced-the Sun Wor 3 o'clock. His subject will be "Sin."

to her son, Mr. Jack Abrams. I Mr. Cyril R. Tyler and Mr. Forrest shipers voicing their devotions, the Every person in Orlando should hear \ -

Dabney Carr; the accompanists were Maidens of Daphne chanting their him and especially every mother and V ' .
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wooten, of Miss Branch (organist) and Mrs.Hel prayers to Apollo and the hymns of the children. Come one, come all. ,
Jacksonville, were among the Florid- en O'Neal Palmer (pianist), while the Christians. No charge for admission.Eat .

ians registering at .the San Juan yes- the chorus was composed of sixty I
terday.Mr. '.. voices chosen from the club member- what you want.
LITTLE MISS ROWLAND: HAS
Eat all want.
you Ibll CD
:I ship.The BIRTHDAY PARTY Take a postscript and forget .it. -ClO( } II
,C. A. Hovey and his niece, "Martyr of Antioch" was prefaced For sale by all durggists.
" :Miss Helen Irish, left yesterday for j with a short program, a selec- l-7-d&w-lyr
Tampa, where they will spend sev-i I tion from Gaul's Holy City being Miss Lula, the winsome little .
of Mr. and Mrs. John Row-
daughter TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
eral days. sung by Mr. Carr and chorus., Two
_, I I songs, "Love's Symphony" and "The land, was the hostess yesterday of a

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Crafts and Miss: Garden of Love," were sung by their delightful party, the occasion being a WANTED-Any variety of sweet

Julia Crafts, of Greenville, Me., are composer, Mr. Carr, and won much celebration of the young lady's fifth potato plants. Will contract at 75c
I
have loan improved
birthday.The per thousand until June 1st. Fred M. money to on
located at the San Juan for a few applause. Preston, Pine Castle, Fla.
'days' stay. Mr. Carr is just out after a brief guests about thirty in number, 3-20-d&w-tf
arrived at three-thirty and were soon
but severe illness, and was ringing
Mrs. Henry Charman and Mrs. G. under a disadvantage last evening, engaged in the merriest of games. FOUND-In postoffice, a lady's silk
After an hour spent out of doors, the pocketbook containing some small city property.
,C. Bortell are Chicagoans making but so perfect was her control and so
children change arfd a foreign coin, also two
their home at the San Juan while in sweet and clear were her tones that were bidden to the porch, keys. 3-20
where all were seated round a boun-
Orlando.Mr. none would have suspected any diffi-
culties, and her work during the en- tifully spread table and the real par- FOR SALE-One minute picture .

and Mrs. J. E. Soulet arrivedin tire evening was delightful.In ty begun. camera. For the small sum of $5
the outfit is Cost me new $35. s.AT -A-
After partaking of the birthdaycake yours.
Orlando from New York the character
yesterday of Julia. the sun Write R. G. White, Winter Park, Fla.
' and expect to spend some time in worshiper, Miss Borman made her and other refreshments the 3-20-3t
I guests learned that still another ,
sur-
this section. first appearance on the concert rtage, -
and her rich pure contralto gives prise awaited them, and each was FOR SALE-Fine large horse, hand- Phone 172
Messrs. H. A. Lambert and C. S. promise of a splendid future for the given a share in the "mystery pie." some and perfectly safe for any
This proved to be for one to drive; fearless of all objectson
a hiding place
Crossman, of New York city, arrived young musician. road. Can be seen at 408 Lucerne
fn Orlando yesterday and are making Mr. Cyril R. Tyler, of Jacksonville, wonderful Japanese toys, and a more Circle, Orlando. 3-19-3t IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'CFresh
their headquarters at the'San Juan. sang the difficult tenor solos, and delighted group of little folks wouldbe .
charmed his audience immediately by hard to imagine.The Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,

Mrs. W. P. Watson, of Orlando, on his sweet tones and excellent vocali- decorations were in pink and on Court street. 12-5-tf fittilHIMimiHIMtttttlMMiltMltttlMHimitf

account of illness, ,will be unable to zation. blue, and sweet peas aided beauti-

visit Mrs. Thornton Stringfellow this Mr. Carr took the parts of both the fully in carrying out this color SEED! SEED! SEED! TomatoesWe
Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
scheme.
week as expected.-Gainesville Sun. priest of Apollo and the Bishop of 3-13-tf
Mrs. Rowland was assisted Miss Abernethy, druggists.
by
Antioch, and is again to be congratulated -
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Foster, of Birmingham -i -not only on his own singingbut Everett and Miss Marian Groves. A JUVENILE PARTY receive a shipment of the best

are spending several days on that of the club under his di- variety every day.Sweet.
r with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fuller,.of 307 rection.. MOOSE FILM AT THE FAVORITEThe The Ladies'Aid Society of the M.E.

East Pine street. They are so pleased One of the most beautiful numbersof attention of the public gener- church invite you to their birthday
Thursday, March 26th, from Potatoes
party on
with Orlando the ally is called to the Moose film which
they are contemplating program was the Evening Songof I three to six o'clock, at the residenceof
buying a winter home here. the Maidens, for which Mr. LeRoy will be shown at the Favorite tonight. Mrs. J. P. Musselwhite, on East
Giles played a violin obligate. People who have seen this picture say Lake Eola. A silver offering. All Famous Nancy Hall variety.

!lr. Tom Willett, a former popular Arthur Sullivan is the composer of it is a real feature well worthy of any cordially invited. 3-19-6t

citizen of this section, who is down the musical setting, the words for the person's time to see. It will be run CoffeeWe
Don't let your winter home run George Washington
from Bridgeport, Conn., on a visit to "Martyr of Antic rh** being derived from 2 o'clock in the afternoon to 10 down in the summer. I will guarantee -
his brother, Mr. Bergo Willett, at from a drama by the Rev. H. H. Mel- in the evening. The management of to keep it in tip-top shape so
Maitland, spent several hours in Orlando man, of St. Paul's Cathedral, London. this popular place promises the reg- you will find it as you left it when have it in both largeor
return. Make it point to writeor
a
yesterday greeting old friends. The story is a very beautiful one, and ular run of program. The local Moose you.see me at once.WERNER. small cans.
w expressive of the courage and forti- lodge of this city will meet at the F. NEHRLING.
Try the Sentinel Job Department tude of the early Christians. The lodge room and go in a.body at 7:30 3-19-6t

tortures endured by those who dared o'clock.
TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO profess the new belief are vividly de- 25 years' experience in buying and THE SANITARY GROCERY
seeds. Our seeds good.
selling are
Chiropodist for both men and wo. scribed in the suffering of Margarita, Eat what you want
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and the heroine of the story and the Eat all you want. McElroy Pharmacy. 3193tSEED
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L Take a postscript and forget it. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
of Antioch.
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over "Martyr For sale by all druggists. SEED! SEED!
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm,I Margarita's lover, Olybius, can not l-7-d&w-lyr Garden and field seed. DeLaney & 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

T Abernethy, druggists. 313tfOSTEOPATHY

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The Lucerne Today DR. J. C .HOWELL ,

Hours, .10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo
extra charge for house treatment

Telephone connections SPECIALFord
Office cor. Orange and Central Area.


LUTHER THE FLORIST TouringCar fully equippedas
"NEW ENGLAND IDOL, a two reel Broncho, one that

I pleases Cut Flowers good as new

ROSES, VIOLETS,

"RIOT IN RUBEVILLE CARNATIONS, PANSIES, $350.00
a Majestic. Once again we

| laugh. POTTED PLANTS I Four passenger Cadillac ready to


"CUPID'S LIEUTENANT Komic love Good Wood - $1.50 run, $350.00.San ,
a a pretty story.

Better Wood $2 and $2.25Best

Jay Ruffner, The Chicago Baritone. Wood $2.50 and $2.15I I Juan Garage Co.


This won't last long
All Night ServiceAJAX
Stock up while you can.

\ Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents

: Orlando Wood Yard TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed .

Balcony: 5 Cents I thousand miles.
: 104 W. Fine St.. for five

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j JUDCE[ f ITRIG AND CAN11101.0COURT NOTICE PEOPLE'S white giA Call at ; "HIIIIIMMIIMIIIMttMIMMMMMIMMMItmiM
Orlando, Fla., March 14, 1914. \VAiloMUNNIMAKERS 411 West street 3-18-3t
To the People and Property Ownersof
H Orlando, Florida: WANTED-Bright young man to
chased the plumbing and heating bus- Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale, Fer Orlando Business College. 3-18-lt
iness of W. A. Slauter, 121 Court Rent etc.. for this column. the for one da,. WANTED-To DI & TRAN FtlR CO1
E Billingsley Sends Word to Miami street (next door to Lucerne theater), COe for three dot, or H.OO for ODe week for of six rent, by the year, '
25 words or less Honey most accompany cottage or seven rooms; must
That He Will Not Be will add to the present stock, plumb- the advertisements fer this column, as BO be close in and rent reasonable. Ad- 1
ing fixtures and sewer material in car insertions will be made on credit dress J. L. D., Sentinel. 2-17-2wks
Able to Sit load lots, which will enable us to fur
nish you the best service on shortest FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one FOR BENZ ORLANDO, FLORIDA
notice. Our price will be 13 cents per acre in bearing orange grove; six
: Miami, Fla., March 18.-Criminal foot for sewer tile laid, from main acres cleared; part of land sUitablefor i i 4
court will not convene again for ten sewer to house connection. We do gardening and trucking; located FOR RENT-Exceptionally well fur- OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174
days, and possibly not until the date not bind you with any signed con- half mile from city limits on public nished bungalow. Immediate pos I
session. Everything for
tract, as this proposition is open at road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., necessary
of opening of the spring term, April all times. We would be pleased to care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf convenient housekeeping. Reasonable
14. call on you and give an estimate for rent. Phone 401, or 239, or call at ,I I I I
in line.Respectfu11y. FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house, 514 South Lake street 3-15-lw
Advices were received this morning anything our
i garden and farm land, on Conway
,
fromkJudge J. L. Billingsley, who is.. FERGUS & ROGERS, clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished front
room; reasonable rent for the remainder -
t being tried in Jacksonville before a' Successors to W. A. Slauter. 3-20-lm-d&w of the season. Address 217

United States commissioner, instruct- Phone us your wants; phone 98. FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand E. Robinson avenue. 3-15-3t
ing other court officials to not plan I unimproved land. See S. S.

for any criminal court here before the I FOR SALE Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm FOR furnished.RENT-5-room house, partly
See Frank
Soper, Room
located three miles from FOR SALE-Phaeton harness
1st of AprilIt I 20 acres and 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t
brick road eight two-seated 'carriage. All in
I city on proposed ; good
the intention of the
was judge,
condition. .Curtis &
acres bearing grove; two acres O'Neal. 3-15-tf
when the court recessed on March 7,I cleared and ten acres timber; four FOR RENT-Large attractive room
FOR SALE-Ford runabout; bargain in new bungalow. 203 ,Ridgewood
to open court here this morning, but room cottage. Price $3,500.
if taken at once. Address Box 594, avenue. 2-4 tf REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE
the United States court case, in which 25 acres four miles from city; ten city. BETWEEN

he is a defendant with R. J. Bolles, acres in grove, four hundred bearing\ _3-13-1w FOR RENT-Cheap, from April 1st, ,
FOR SALE-Sour i N
orange and two hundred threeyearold oranges, seed for cottage, 15 East Amelia avenue. | Orlando and Sanford and.
Intervening
has taken longer than was expected. grapefruit trees; twelve acres planting. $1 per bbL Addie Kim- Inquire at cottage. 3-14-6t ; _
y George A. Paddock left today to tes- fruit land and three acres garden brough, Kuhl avenue. 3-18-6t Points

tify for the defendants. land; cottage and barn, located on ;
lake front Price $5,000. i 4*
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; In as much as the April term is to 70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick

open so soon, Solicitor James T. San- ; three and one-half miles from Service.
Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed.ttillHIilMMimMIMiMIIMIMIMIIMttltlllHH.
ders stated this morning that he city. Price $30 per acre.

y thought it likely there would be no I Five-room cottage and lot one hun. One Bungalow Left to Sell
dred by four hundred feet; located on .
criminal court this Thereare
t more term.
main highway leading out of city.
between twenty and thirty cases Price $2,000.Five .I --

yet to try, most of them being liquor acres of bearing orange grove, M. J.
cases. well located. Price $2,000. DAETWYLER
140 acres overlooking a beautiful I
lake, one and one-fourth miles from
New MaterialsIn
t U. S. EXPORTS LEAD IMPORTS railroad station and packing house; Spring
20 acres bearing con- Phone 563
orange grove
c Washington, March 18.-The foreign -
taining fourteen hundred trees. The .
trade balance in favor of the remaining land is high grade fruit I
I Foulards Embroidered Ratine
United States for January, 1914, is and garden soil. Price $12,000. Crepes,
about $50,000,000 and for the seven 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well 11.1111 I 1IIIj III 111 11"'I""t"IIIIII.JI'I.tl........

months ending January 14 about located Can. E.be CRAWFORD had at a bargain.J. Crepes, Dainty Flaxons. The latest stylesin

$545,000,000, according to the depart- Office Over Blue Drug Store, FOR SALE i FOR RENT-Unfurnished, good size
ment of commerce. Imports in January 117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, An elegant modern home; four bed-house; fine location, near Lake Lu- Millinery.
Orlando, Florida. rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec-I cerne. Three minutes walk from the
approximated $154,000,000 and 2-20-tf tricity throughout; fruit trees and postoffice. Fred B. Dale, 306 Anderson -
exports $204,000,000, a total trade of flowers. 509 East Central avenue. street. 3-14-6t
USSES HAELBHf &
2-15-tf.
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about $358,00,000. .I HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms, IJ1JNNA
SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI FOR SALE CHEAP-A good city modem; located at 311 N. Orange
CONCORD PARK am now organizing an excursion I home; part cash, balance on time. avenue.' Call at 311 N. Orange avenue. -
party to New York and Albany, via i E. H. Gore, Caruthers & Gore, 6 and 2-24-tf i
Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, 8 East Pine. 3-18-2wks FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the
Mrs. Harding entertained the Auc- April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 week or month; cheap. Phone 571,I Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
FOR SALEA
tion Bridge club at her home on from Orlando to Albany, which includes or call at 23 E. Pine street 3-12-lm
baggage transfer in Jacksonville family pony, 5 years old, gentle,
Amelia avenue Monday afternoon. and New York. Special reduc- good saddler and driver; also top :LOST-Gold ring, small diamond in Patterns
Miss Etta Slyh will leave this week tion to those starting at Jacksonvilleor buggy and harness. Bargain. Apply : low setting; initials inside. Return
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for Daytona, where she will stay a stopping at New York. For good 107 E. Amelia avenue. 3-14-lw t8 Orlando Water and Light office .

few days before returning to her berth and rooms make reservationsnow and receive reward. 3-15-3t
of C. P. Smith, Hand building, FOR SALE-Horse ..... .. .. .... .. .. . .. .. . .. .... .. iiiiiiiiiirttt
z home in Columbus, Ohio. buggy and har- FOR RENT-Comfortable cottage, ,w.wwwwwww.Wwwwwyywwwo W -
corner Orange avenue and Church :
Mr.,A. A. Morey is improving his street, before March 21. 3-5-tf will ness-Bargain if taken at once, or .I large yard overlooking Lake Adair,

lots on Colonial Drive, planting trees, exchange Box 569,for City.Ford runabout.. 3-14tf Address city limits, Aptpka road. $8 per Red Estate Agents,
month until November. H. C. McDaniel. -
and will build a bungalow this sum- Sentinel want ads. get results. 3-13-lw !

; FOR SALE Shetland pony, harness
mer.Mr.. Church, of New York, will soon and cart. Will sell at bargain if FOR SALE
MIIMHmiMHMMIHIFor Nursery stock, one, two, three and I offer for $1,900
bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne
start building a cottage, next to the Circle. 3-7-lw-d&w four year old buds; Foster Early, rose house and shed. .
one just completed by Mr. Carlos Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- Close in near park and '
s Sale ington Navel. Address Mrs. M. ;
Kahlet
Rowe. r
WANTED Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf six-room bnngalow; oil
i; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harris entertained -
heating and bath room
k friends at Lake Conway WANTED family washings at TO RENT OR SELLA ment, wainscoated and ---------------------------I-

Tuesday in honor of Mr. Harris' once, from 50 cents up. Home new 7-room bungalow, furnishedor furnace. Lot 40x100
birthday.Mr. Modern 8-room Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. unfurnished. Rental for summer
3-8- months moderate. Apply 500 Anderson House fronts on
and Mrs. A. Jamison enter-
; House 2 doors street. 3-17-3t lots connect at the
f tained \a few friends at their home WANTED-Position as bookkeeperand offer the whole for $3,800

recently in honor of Mr. Jamison's west of Wyom- stenographer, by a lady of ex 25 YEARS' EXPERIENCEIn Open to all.
birthday. perience. Address M., 114 Court buying and selling Seeds. Our

7 Mrs. Alfred Bowsher, of Concord ing Hotel.. Bar- : street. 3-13-6t 3-19-St Seeds are good. McElroy Pharmacy. E. N.

avenue, is seriously ill. She is suffer- gain. WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto .
:; ing from a stroke which afflicted her Orlando,good neighborhood,reas- WANTEDTwo 3(7 West St.

Friday. There seems to, be little onable distance of schools and churches. -: agents. Either ladies or gen-
hope of her Must be good land, suitable for tlemen. Experienced preferred. We lllllllllllllllt ..
recovery. A. L. trucking and poultry raising. Prefer have the best proposition ever of- HIIIIIIIIIIMImimiiimm
Bentley, place with out buildings, but not absolutely fered. Our goods guaranteed. Ex-
4 Allegretti's and Huyler's candies. if is right. EUREKA SALES CO
; necessary price
Agents, McElroy's Pharmacy. j ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUE Give full particulars to B. R.. Mont- elusive territory, if desired. EURE- mR THE[ NEVIS[
3-15-3t itMIIIIIMMIimillllll gomery sonville,, Fla.55 Mutual Life Bldg.3-16, Jack-tf 3tThursFriSat.KA SALES CO., No. 8. E. Church St. RUn THE[\ SENTINEL[ [l


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Rooms [one},Sl.00 per S600perweek. per .th.
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$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
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Winter Garden, March 15.-(Spe- PERUCHI.GYPZENE COHOUSE For Sale20acre

cial Mrs. M. F. Heare entertained
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Thursday evening at the New Shelby i
Hotel in honor of her guests. It was grove on beautiful lake
ORlANDO OPERA f
the most delightful entertainment ever near Orlando and one-half mile Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

given in Winter Garden. from one df the new County
Mrs. Crawley received the guests in
the reception hall, which was beautifully ONE WEEK brick roads. AND SALT MEATS

decorated with pot plants. 1,300 orange and grape fruit FISH AND GAME
There they were served with a delicious
Commencing trees. 600 trees in full
fruit punch by Mrs. W. E. 2 3 bearing Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Shute and Miss Nelle Joyner. MONDAY MARCH .+ 700 two years from bud. 30,000

The guests were then invited into nursery trees some of which are Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
the spacious dining.room, which was OUR FIRST PLAY and
'b beautifully lighted and decorated ready to bud Present bloom in- pore.

I with palms,ferns and other pot plants 'The Price Wimen Pay'A dicates at least 3,500 boxes this We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We haveeverything
together with cut flowers, lilies, violets .
in the Meat Line.
Good
and buttercups. Here the guests year. 7-room residence.
HIGH CLASS DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS.
were delightfully entertained with This is the finest grove bargainin
various selections of music and read- MONDAY NIGHT IF accompaniedby
LADIES FREE the County. $6,000 cash, balance The PARLOR MARKET
the holder of a 50 cents ticket
ings.First
Miss Mabel Dillard rendered and reserved before 6 p. m. one, two and three years.

followed several beautiful by a reading piano, "The selections Vassar, Prices 15-25-35 and 50 CentstttMMMIIMimMMMMMtMMMMIIIMIIimilll H. M. Self & Co.

Girl," by Mrs. Mary Dillard. Then Cooper Atha PINE
several piano selections were given I STREET
by Mrs. W. R. McMannen, followed 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor :
with- a declamation by Prof. Osteen, Phone No. 311 : Phone No. 80'I

"A September Gale," which caused II
many outbursts of laughter. C. A. I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIllllMII '

Roberts then gave a reading,"A Yankee -
in Love," which was thoroughly I
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Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia -

," was rendered by Miss Dillard -7' .
and accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. ,

Schelley and Mr. Allaman. This was W. M. SLEMONS
equally as appropriate, as most of the

Shelby guests were Virginians. Thena Just arrived car load
declamation "Virginius," was made
by Dr. Smith, in Roman attire, FORDS for immediate *

which was thoroughly appreciated.Mr. New Goods
Roberts then presented Mrs. delivery. .' Arriving Daily
Heare with a cut glass,jewel case, a .
token of appreciation from the Virginia Get yours now .

4 guests on the verge of their
departure.A F. G. RUSH
delicious course of cake and
then served, after which Phone 226 ,
was
a'trio cream was rendered by Mr. and Mrs. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Schelley and Mr. Allaman. made by Schloss Bros.., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Several violin selections were given .
by Messrs. McMannen and Allaman, Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" rancL Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. t

while a number of the guests danced Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflia & Co. j
"The Virginia Reel," and a numberof

waltzes, thus ending the delight. i4 I Ce. Best place in the city to trade. ,>t .
ful entertainment of the evening.

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Pine Castle, Fla., March 17.-Mrs.
Adele Franklin, of Taft, and P. B. W. M. SLEMONS

Wicoff, of Orlando, were guests Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Ful
ORANGE AVENUE
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Mary Redditt, of Conway
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Tyner.Mr..
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joined his family, who have been at
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the Lake View Inn some little time. im..imm.2z .
Miss Ollie was at home, from Lakeland SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED ,
Sunday.
over
There will be a suffrage meeting .
, at the school house Thursday after J Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer.rLr SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

noon. Orlando, A. C. L.......12:11 am ':11 pin I T Orlando ........................ a:11 pm
social Saturday-evening in the r Jacksonville A. C. L.... ':U am 'I:SO pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pa
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v Jacksonville. A. C. L. ':35am 8:25pm paT Orlac.do
school .house will be given by the Wayeross. A. C. L..ll:60am 10:25 par Waycroes. A. C. L. .............1020pmr
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Macon G. S. F....... 5:13pm .:Uamr flacon G. S. F. 1:41am
Christian Workers. Atlanta, a of Ga...... 8:03pm 7;%5am r Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 7:12 ass
rKaoxville, LAN. .............12Upmr
}Jr. Wm. Wigman will open an up- r Chattanooga. W. 4 A..12:18 11:55am Carbin L. & N. ................ 3:l(pm ii
to-date market on Thursday, which Nashvffle N. C. St. L. 4:50 am .:11 pm r Loui rilJe. L. A N. .............. ':00 pmr Water Light Co.
will fill a long felt want.A ,IAr St. Loull. L Co S I.4t N. Z:60 pm 'I:%0 am Indianapolis, 4a.>> L. ............ 1:60 amAz <
Lexington L. A. N. ............1:50
I I Hopkinsville, L. A N.......... C:%7paAr Ar Cindnanti. L. A N. ............. 8:50pm pm
FULL MOON EvansvQle L. N..... ':%hm 125pm Ar Kalamasoo, G. R. & L ..........12:20 pm
Now is the time to buy your gar Ar Tom Haute CAE.L. 1:10 pm 1:01.. Ar Grand Rapids G. R. A L ....... %:4$pm .Zlectrfcit7Gas
den seed from DeLaney & Abernethy.,Ar Chicago C. E. L..... lMpm .;5.as r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7:15am

3-13-tf I I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Water Ice .
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN Solid train computed of section drawing Solid train, composed of electric lighted
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie" room can and sleeping dining can car between observation Jacksonville compartment and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
"News" sightseeing automobiles Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
\ er ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville LouisvQiv ana Indianapolis West Central Avenue
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for Lookout Mountain, Point Park!I DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and :--
, Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary Solid train, carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between -
Ridge and historical points. For res. artment, observation sleepers and dectlk Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays 6uulluUllUUttflttttflflUUUUUUflUUUUfl
l' ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- and Thursdays of each week. Dining car Telephone :No.
address 910 Market street4Apr.23
ovations, I last coaches: and smoking ear. Dining car
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i BEN* LEIGH JACKSONVILLE LIVED IN MIAMI AND 'dl f II.( I+II n n+''I I!II,6 I I III I I' pill II I o I t I IN i {!: I jl I I+l ;' +pIltl(NI/ il I it Yf II I INN n Id I I NI I I L II'II :rt h''i', I I I 1+f li i ria I; Ii14'I 4::',, 'vl I f Iih n(i' e i( ;LI I : ,u i ,d I I IN I Y I It i'I"I'"i',II 11 I I'' I ; i I IL I i!y f 1 l1.r',N f ,q lp v _-

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,4 : .t . ', Benjamin R. Leigh, formerly em- I1izTi
ployed as a pharmacist in the Bis-
-.. drug store in that .
} ,J., .' cayne city, is in r_ :
; i'I jail in Ceiba, Honduras, pending an E

I investigation into the cause of a fire

which tailing recently a loss of swept over $1,000,000.that city en He .., ',J a Fttretoj ( \ : ce r)

was employed in a drug store where ===-

-w- the fire is said to have originated,
and he was arrested by the authori- ': f '(OlJItOlY1E and CHIL3)K] : \
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t ties in the belief that he might know -

something of what occasioned the
conflagration.The ii Depend largely upon how much you J

father of the young man, W. f j
and
save teach them
to
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I. 1 y. C, Leigh, lives in Jacksonville, and ? =,,-
to a Jacksonvile Metropolis repre- ', low ranch have you and they saved
sentative made the following state
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"Relative to the arrest of B. R. ". \ THIS{ ] MONTH( ? '. -=

Leigh, I will say that if he were '. :t t

tried, convicted and hanged in that -

h country, where he is virtually a ?;.

stranger, I would never believe he I .
was guilty of the crime with which
Travel aABA" Cheques
on they claim he is charged. No one in

CJ You can pay your hotel bills with them; buy railway and steamship this city who has known him since 1 1rr'lU o 1
tickets; use them for purchases. They are the most convenient as wellas 1898, believes that there is any foun- .,. / .Ml YOU{ ]

the safest kind of"travel money;"your counter-signature identifies you. dation for the charges on which he

CJ J "A.BA Cheques supply the urgent need for an International Cur- is incarcerated in the Honduras jail.I . We have several plans for teaching .
rency. They are the only travelers cheques accepted, under the law, respectfully request the readers
for U. S. Customs duties. CaD or write for booklet. to kindly suspend judgment until a : systematic saving and will be pleased

later date. I have cabled my son at
a The State. Bank of Orlando Ceiba, and whether or not the author- to explain them all

i ities will allow the message to get .

to him is doubtful. If not, I will use 1
another means to get word from him

during his unfortunate plight. 1\1 il IDl 1

Ben R. Leigh has been engaged in P eop I e S fdl t l iaall ark l
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.<.'1' .,. l.: the drug business in Honduras for
I the past three years, having gone
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',':)- .. there from Miami. He lived in Or- "It is a pleasure to serve you."

lando for some time, and last sum-

mer Dr. Jim DeLaney had a letter

z from him asking for a position here.

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TAMPA'S POLICE CHIEF SAYS court will be vigorously
, NO ROOM FOR BEGGARS according to the chief.In prosecuted, A. Hunt, Youngstown, 0. I II I I I l l I i '( I I .lliIII111111 I I + I I I II I III I llllllll11lllri1Ii'( i I I I I { (I I I: (I I i (i l I I I l I I i. I I
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the last week a brigade of leg- James_ J. Clark, Canton, Ohio; Chas.J. I I; I I li' i l II/ i I I I I I I I i I I f I/i I I I I i I i I I, ';l I I u I I 'I +I,I!I I I I { ,I 'l I I I I, :I I I N:: Pd10U il:!: :r r
Bockms, Canton, Ohio; Charlotte L
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x Tampa, Fla., March 19.-A cam- and armless beggars have taken Arter, Cleveland, Ohio; Minnie C. Ar-
prominent positions on the city's ter, Cleveland, Ohio; :May :Murray E. R. Loveland and wife, Ashtabula, C. Warner, Wooster, Ohio; G. E. DO YOU NEED A HORSE OR A
paign to rid Tampa of the numerous streets soliciting alms. Others, who Watson, Youngstown, Ohio;.Marion J. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Nukerson, Litch- Wink, !It. Gilead, Ohio; L. H. Wat- TEAM OF MULES?
beggars who have put in an appear- are able bodied young men, have also Thompson, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. R. field, Ohio; F. D. Taggart, Ashtabula, kins, Blanchester, Ohio; Mrs.: L H. Those who are in need of a horseor
: been K. Gordon, Cincinnati, Ohio; Miss Jo- Ohio; Helen Ensign (Mrs. J. E.) Watkins, Blanchester, Ohio; F. A. a mule have a chance this week to
ance on, the streets of late asking seen."Beggars sie D. O'Neal, Belpre, Ohio Mr. and Ashtabula Ohio J. G. Hook
; Coshocton, Ohio; L. E. Berns, Mans- Purdy, ; get a good Tennessee team. Either
j alms of the citizens and tourists was give any city a black Mrs. E. E. Insande, Akron, Ohio; field, Ohio; N. Wagner, Vermilion, Antwerp, Ohio; Miss Carrie A. Ham- horses or mules. P. G. Waldron arrived -
started yesterday by Chief of PoliceS. eye," declared Chief Woodward yes- Mary D. Sandford, Orlando, Fla.; Ohio; J. J. Newell, Ashtabula, Ohio; ilton, Cincinnati, Ohio; J. B. Wherry, yesterday with a car load. Theyare
T. Woodward. Orders were issued terday, after Secretary Jackson had Mrs. Allan Cohoon, Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs. Sarah E. Green, Atwater, Ohio; Orlando, formerly Ohio; E. B. Case, at Magruder's stables, where they
Minnie A. Gibson, Youngstown, Ohio; Ida E. Green, Atwater, Ohio; Mrs. Lockwood, Turnbull, Ohio; Ira West- can be seen and bought privately, or
f to the men to bring in every man written the order to bring all of the Mrs. Olive A. Cohoon, Cincinnati, 0.; Alice A. Reed, Washington C. H., over, Diemond, Potage County, Ohio; exchanges will be made if so desired,
; found on the streets asking for men in.Olive. J. D. Gibson, Youngstown, 0.; Marca Ohio; Mrs. E. R. O'Neal, Belpre, 0.; E. E. Stoddard, Willoughby, Ohio; up until Friday noon, when every remaining -
money. S. Gibson, Youngstown, 0.; Mrs. Mrs. Robb Cohen, Washington C. H., Robert Cohoon, Orlando, from Cincin- animal will be put up separately -
J. W. Rex, Marietta, Ohio; Mrs. L Ohio; Miss M.\ R. Hamilton, Washington -, nati, Ohio; Mrs. J. J. Newell, Ashta- and sold at auction to the high-
All of those arrested will be given oil and spices. We have the P. Roney, Lima, Ohio; Mrs. D. C. C. H., Ohio; Mrs. Robert A. bula, Ohio; J. F. Trowbridge, Mrs. est bidder, to close them out, no mat-
an opportunity to get the first train best. 25 years in the business. Tryus. Roney, Waverly, Ohio; Miss Rose Mc- Stoner, Robert A. Stoner, Youngstown John F. Trowbridge, Piqua, Ohio; J. ter what they bring, so the shippercan
out of town in any direction they desire -I McElroy Pharmacy. 3-14-3t Lean, Washington C. H., Ohio; Miss I Ohio; Mrs. C. W. Wellsey, Mrs. H. Shafer, native of Butler County, return to his home. He don't
Carrie D. McCoy, Washington C. H.,; Mary Winter, Cleveland, Ohio; J. Middletown, 0., now resident of Ster- 'propose to remain here on expense on
to go and if they refuse to leave Ohio; M. D. Tyler, Seville, Ohio; I Lawrence Watson, Girard, Ohio; Mrs. ling, III; E. H. Giltry, Cleveland, that account. He decided to auction
will be arrested and tried before I Warman Repairs and Retires Baby Mrs. W. S. Richeson, Greenville, 0.; Harvey Stuyer, Payne, Ohio; D. Wal- 1941, E 84.; J. W. Rex, Marietta, 0.; them off in order to make quick sales.
Judge Cohen. Any cases taken in//(Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf Mrs. and :Miss Deublin, Cleveland, 0; lace, F. C. Wallace, Toledo, Ohio; D. A. E. Rambo, Dresden, Ohio; W. S. Come to Magruder's stables if you
i Mrs. Fred Taggart, Ashtabula, Ohio; I C. Warner, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. D. Branch, Orlando, Painesville, Ohio need a horse or mule. 3-19-lt


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