Title: The morning sentinel
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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 21, 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: VID00360
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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[EDWARD O CARSONSPENDSTHE A N [ [ NIGHT Desirable Have Plumbing for -Residence Tested Owners Before to I II I| :J New Organization and Plant Groves Will Build on Pur-Bungalows I i OPPOSING REPEAL[ [ Of f f FREE[[ I TOLLS

.1 Connecting With Sewers chase Recently Made I _


WHICH MAY AT TOURIST QUARTERS[ plumbing work in the residences of the corporate name of a party of capitalists 1 R RECORD[ BlIllA O PRESIDENT URGES THATIT

BREAK TODAY Orlando, Plumbing Inspector McIntosh : recently organized for the development -t BE INSTANT

suggests that all who own homes of the property in the vicinity -

I New Jersey Invited In and It's to Be should have their house plumbing of the iron bridge on the Win- Came Silently Out of the West Without .

\ G GREAT[ [EXCITEMENT X [ [ AT BELFAST[ Known as a Joint. sewer tested system.before connecting with the ter Griffin.Garden road sold by Mr. S. S. Being Announced b) H HOUSE U E DEBATE T TO BE[ LIMITED[

I OrganizationThe Weather Bureau
I The i inspector brought the matter The tract comprises some six hundred -

before> council yesterday afternoonand acres and will be cut up into
Tourist Headquarters was was granted appropriation to pay five and ten acre tracts, for the greater Richmond, Va., March 20.-(Special. -

HOURLY FROM DUBLIN AND crowded last evening for the organization for a smoke testing outfit with whichto part, for the planting of groves .)-Creeping silently out of the TIME THAN RULES COMMIT-

FEAR OF VIOLENCE IS of a New York society. New make these tests. The outfit is a and the construction cf bungalows.The West unheralded and unannounced a TEE IS WILLING TO ALLOW

PREVALENT Jersey people had been invited to attend simple affair for the, generation of company will reserve fifty acres typical blizzard broke over Virginialast FOR DISCUSSION

!I the meeting, and there were smoke which is turned into the pipes for a hotel site. night and by noon today all local

many present from the latter state. with the vents stopped. If there are The deal was promoted by Mr. bureau records for March had been
Belfast, Ireland, March 20.-(Special. Washington, March 20.-Special.( )
As a result the society was organizedas any leaks the smoke will bulge out of Walter W. Rose, and the company is broken.In .
f .)-There is an ominous lull as of -Senator O'Gorman, of New York,
the New York and New Jersey them and in this manner the leaks composed as follows: Paul T. Butler, Richmond the ground was
before a storm and Belfast is quiet cov- won the first skirmish in his fight to
tonight I Society. I may be located and repaired. of Kalamazoo, Mich.; C. L Van ered with nine inches of snow. At prevent the repeal of the free tolls
The meeting was organized by the The plumbing inspector may be Vranken, of Kalamazoo; H. Siewert,I three o'clock the sun burst through, clause of the Panama canal act today,
New and greatly strengthened I found at the city building betweenthe Kalamazoo; J. G. Murphy, of Kansas I
selection of Senator W. D. Gorsline giving the snow its first let up since notwithstanding President Wilson's

: guards of Ulster volunteers have been as chairman and Mr. M. D. Pratt as hours of 8 and 10 each morning, City; W. T. Barger, of Cleveland; : early morning. I I personal activities.Senator .

". thrown around Craig Avon, where I secretary. A number of talks were and will respond to calls for his ser- J. W. Wilson, of Cleveland; M. :M.
This is the
probably heaviest snow-
Sir Edward Carson is passing the vices in making such tests. Smith and W. W. Rose, of Orlando. Owen, the president's rep-
of the and most
given longest
fall ever recorded by the weather bureau -
the resentative on the committee, in
night as guest Captain Craig;
The officers are Paul T. Butler, president -
j i
touching being that by Mr. Uriah in the of time in
same length charge of the canal legislation, act-
M. P., his chief lieutenantBelfast Smith ,
M. M. vice-president
Seely, of Newark N. J., He gave interesting ; this city. from all
Dispatches over ing under instructions from the White
t volunteers have been or- SENATOR FLETCHER OPPOSED[ TO and W. W. Rose, secretarytreasurer.The .
information the
concerning Virginia record the heaviest snowfall
dered to report at their respective. work of developing the House, asked for immediate action on
.1( progress of his own state, and referred prop- in
battalion headquarters this afternoon. to the ties of affinity between ..SUITRAG[ f FOR R WOMEN[ erty will begin without delay. Many years. the repeal bill
Additional Senator O'Gorman chairman of the
government troops are'I j purchasers are already in sight, and ,
New York and New Jersey. He said I _
arriving almost hourly from Dublin, the tracts will be sold during the committee, after conference with his
: that every person present should I G GOVERNOR[ O'NEAL[ INVOLVED l [ INSTATE
and no man knOws what the next himself Women Not Discouraged Because of coming summer. It is one of the supporters, announced that the mat-
pledge to return to Orland II
hour may bring forth. 1JACKSONVIIIE | most important development proposi- ter would not be taken up until the
I next season to renew the acquaintances Defeat to Their Cause I SCANDAL
I tions ever organized in this section, latter part of next week.
so pleasantly begun this year. in the Senate
y the of thou- The president's effort to get imme-
and means expenditure -
He said he felt particularly grateful
POSTMASTR[ sands in Orlando. diate attention in the house was even
I to Orlando. He said he came here Statement of Lacey Alleges That lie
Washington, March 20.-Senator more insistent. Representative Sher-

IS STill UNSETTDV three months ago sick and miserable, Fletcher was paired against woman Received Large Amount of ley was called to the White House
and now he was 'well and happy, and
he expected to keep coming to Orlando. suffrage when the vote on the consti- PORT P ST. JOE[ IS RECOGNIZED[ [ BY Embezzled Funds and was asked to announce for the
tutional amendment was taken in the president that the bill should be

Said That Republican Postmaster Several ladies participated in the senate last evening. His pair was S SECRETARY[ [T DANIElS passed immediately and with as little
exercises, and a pleasant hour was Montgomery, Ala., March 20.-
Will Hold Over Until After with Senator Warren, of Wyoming. discussion as possible.The .
spent. All the seats in the room were (Speciat.-Theodore) Lacey, convicted -
When Warren's called he White House that the
name was urged
the Primary of embezzlement of funds
filled and a large number stood dur- .
arose and said: Torpedo Flotilla of North Atlantic debate be limited.
i while in the of the
ing the evening, manifesting great ( employ con-
"I am paired with the senior sena- : I Chairman Henry of the house rules
There for
Will Go
Fleet vict issued
interest in the meeting.Mr. department, a statement
Washington, March 20.-It is now from Mr. Fletcher AsI committee has resolution
tor Florida ( ) a to be pre-
tonight involving Governor O'Neal."Mr.
understood at the postoffice depart P. B. Martin, of Blairstown, Target Practice
am unable to secure a transfer, I sented to the house allowing fifteen
of the
Oakley (president
ment that a postmaster at Jackson- N. J., opposed the joint organization, withold my vote. If at liberty to con- hours for debate, but more time is demanded -
Port St. Joe, Fla., March 20.Thirty vict board) did give me $27,500 in
ville will not be that New
probably appointed contending Jersey should vote, I would vote 'Yea.' by the house members for
e until after the Florida: senatorial pri '' have a society of its own, and after destroyers and auxiliaries com- cash in May or June, 1911, the state- discussion of the question. The
the torpedo flotilla and the reserve ment reads. "O'Neal got that $27 pres-
maries. Senator Fletcher is in Flor- the meeting he served notice that a Vote in Senate Not Disheartening posing ident frankly told his lieutenants that
pre-primar.1 I Ifight I flotilla of the North Atlantic 500 from me that day. O'Neal never
ida busily engaged in his i meeting would be called soon for such, Washington, March 20.Advocatesof he wanted as large a majority in the
fleet will arrive at Port St. Joe on returned this money or any other
is i
Nothing being done toward an object. Mr. Martin claimed that
( woman's suffrage today declared house as possible, in order to influ-
making the appointment, and the department the New Yorkers had outvoted the April 1 to remain till April 26 en- money so far, as I know. action
I they were not discouraged because ence in the senate where opposition -
is devoting its attention to i New Jerseyites in the formation of gaged in target practice and other
I they-lost their fight in the senate yesterday to the repeal is no longer a
other cases. I the society, and he to have work. The regular flotilla is now at

Senator Bryan's office gives out I!. an independent meeting proposed of New Jer-i. ment giving for a women constitutional voting amend-rights. Guantanamo, Cuba, where the vessels G GOVERNOR V[ GRANTS\ R REPRIEVE[ [ [ OF f, doubtful quantity. ,

the statement that National Committeeman sey people before many days, due no- have been engaged in maneuvers with I IKew
The senate voted 35 for the amend-
Crawford was not in Washington tice of which will be given, he says. the North Atlantic fleet, and they are EXECUTION[ FOR f R DAlY '
ment to 34 against it, but a two- DUKE'S PlAN IS HAilED WITH
on postoffice matters. He expected to start from the Cuban
affirmative vote was necessaryfor
simply stopped off here for a friendly GOETHALS SAILS FOR PANAMATO waters at an early date. The reserve
passage. Suffrage leaders pointed DELIGHT[ BYCOTTON MN[
chat en route to New York. He has BECOME GOVERNOR flotilla is now at New Orleans and Evidence Claimed to Have Been
today to the majority of one vote
left the city. Crawford, it is said, will also leave that point soon. Discovered in Case of Dade _
in favor of the amendment as proof

favors Dignan for the place. New York, :March 20.-Special.-( ) that their cause had scored a triumphin While there have been no official County Man Former Tobacco Trust Magnate Outlines -
Letters and commend- advices to this effect it is expectedthat
telegrams Col. Geo. Goethals sailed for Panama
defeat and was far stronger than
all of the vessels will visit Pen- Idea for StandardizingCotton
ing dark horse candidates continue
to the
on steamer Colon this
I afternoon. its had been admit
opponents willing to -
Tallahassee Fla. March 20.
pour into the department F. 0. Millet's Although he has said nothing about ,o sacola prior to going to Port St. Joe, Upon Warehouse Receipts
I i the petition of Judge Worley, of Mi-
short there
and Julian Spears' friends are it, Goethals' friends now understandthat spending a (time as on
I :ami, who presented petitions signedby
most active. he would previous years, to give the men shore New York March
not ,
accept the police KNIGHTS TEMPLAR OF FLORIDA more than a hundred Miami resi- 20.-Special.-( )
commissionership of New York leave. Spinners and cotton goods manufac-
under -
ELECT NEW OFFICERS That the entire flotilla is to to dents, Governor Trammell yesterday
any circumstances. He is return- turers today hailed with enthusiasmthe

I Nashville, Tenn., March 20.-(Spe- ing to Panama to put into effect the Port St. Joe is proven by the follow- afternoon granted of Clarence an order stayingthe who plan of James B. DUke, former
Gainesville, March 20.-The busi- execution Daly,
letter from Daniels
e cial.-No trace was found tonight reorganization of the canal force and ing Secretary to head of the tobacco trust, to organ-
ness before the twentieth annual con- Vice Pfesident L H. Dimmitt of the was under sentence to hang in Miami
of the yeggmen who blew the safe of to assume the post of permanent gov- ize a co-operative cotton warehouse
0' clave, Knights Templar of Florida, Northern railroad of upon conviction on a charge of a serious -
the First National bank at Gallatin, ernor of the zone.PREPARING Apalachicola corporation to standardize warehouse
was concluded here yesterday. nature, and the execution will
Port St Joe
Tenn., early today, and escaped with : receipts and facilitate cotton trade in
The election of officers of the grand "Washington, D. C., March 12,1914. .not take place for three weeks, if it
$30,000. The authorities believe the its financial operations.The .
I commandery was held yesterday takes place at all.
'Sir Your of March 11th
:- telegram
robbers escaped by train I plan meets with the approval'of
or automo-
r I IN KISSIMMEE morning, resulting as follows: has been duly received. According Daly is now in jail in Miami under
bile. the National City bank, which will
Sir Galen B. Seaman, of Daytona, death sentence on the allegation of
I to its itinerary, the torpedo flotillaof help in its organization. It calls for
I Mr. H. Edmund Swabey, of Kis- grand commander.Sir the Atlantic fleet having attacked an aged women at
accompanied by
DR. TUPPER TO LECTURE AT I the erection or lease of warehouses in
|simmee i was in Orlando yesterday William R. O'Neal, of Orlando, Fort Lauderdale. July.
reserve torpedo flotilla, the cruiser -
BAPTIST CHURCH TONIGHT which cotton is to be stored and usedas
making up a list of newspaper men deputy grand commander. }! Birmingham, the tender Dixie and Governor Trammell granted the reprieve -
security commercial bulls.
Rev. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper will I who expect to attend a meeting to be Sir Frank B. Stoneman, of Miami; the fuel ship Arethusa, will arrive at on the representation that additional -
Cotton will be graded and of
lecture at the Baptist church tonighton held in Kissimmee soon for the organization grand generalissimo. evidence has been discovered.! guaranteed -
St. for
I I Joseph bay joint exercises quality. Cotton will be back of
"A Saloonless Nation in 1920.1!|I of a lake region press as- Sir Charles H. Ketchum, of Key about April 12th. By this new evidence the defense's

Dr. Tupper is too well known in Ors sociation. The date has not been set-. West, grand captain general: "The flotillas are scheduled, to leave counsel hopes to finally save the con- commercial paper to be given.

lando to need commendation as a lecturer -! tied upon, but Mr. Swabey assured'the ',\ Sir Henry 0. Snow, of Tampa, (I St. Joseph bay for Key West on April demned man.Strongly .

and preacher. It is in order to :i scrbies that they would be royally grand senior warden. !]! 26th. COLEMAN GETS MANY DOGS

predict that the church will be crowded -,!i entertained. Sir Charles S. Hill, of Gainesville,1 I I "Very respectfully, I Protests His Innocence FROM SENTINEL AD.

to the doors and to suggest that grand junior warden.Sir j I "JOSEPHUS DANIELS, I II Miami, Fla., March 20.-Governor

every one go early to secure a seat.j I A CORRECTIONIn I Thomas Griffith, of Jackson- :I "Secretary of the Navy" Trammell's order staying his execu- I Prof. W. S. Coleman is willing to
There will be
no charge for admis- I ville, grand prelate. !, I tion three weeks was received by I bear testimony that advertising in
I yesterday's Sentinel credit for. Sir William S. Ware, of Jacksonville TAX BOOKS WILL CLOSE THE I Clarence Daly in his cell here with- the Sentinel produces results. Abouta

the violin obligate which so materially -'j grand treasurer. ., I| LAST DAY OF MARCH 1 out showing any outward signs. He week ago his little boy lost a pet

COUNCIL PAYS BALANCE TO contributed to the beautiful rendition I Sir W. P. Webster, of Jacksonville, 1 Tax payers will do well to take notice 0 1 is unshaken in his protests that he is dog, and he inserted an advertise-
GOVERNMENT STATION I of the "Evening Song of the grand recorder. I that the tax books. will close the innocent of the crime for which he ment in the Sentinel offering a reward ...

The city count) yesterday voted to I Maidens," in the "Martyr of Antioch i The following offices were filled by j I last day of March. If taxes are not I', has been convicted and for which he for the pet. The next day the

pay $250 remaining due on the gov- I ," was given to Mr. LeRoy B. appointment: t! paid by that time the tax payer will :i i' is sentenced to die. The crime for dog was returned. The next day an-

ernment experiment station and lab- i Giles. This was a mistake, as it was Grand standard bearer, Sir D. H. have to stand the cost of advertising :'i 1 which Daly was convicted was one of I other dog was taken to the Coleman t

oratory, recently located in Orlando.. played by Mr. Roy L. Dean, of the Rutter, Daytona. !| his property in the delinquent tax I i the most atrocious in the criminal home and the reward claimed, and .f

This makes a total of $500 which the Grand orchestra. It was an artistic o Grand sword bearer, Sir John L. list. This is not desirable from any j annals of Dade county. then there were other dogs that were

city has paid to this object. ; bit of work and the Sentinel gladly Hall, Jacksonville. i I point of view. It is not pleasant to 1 Should Daly have hanged today, he borne to the Coleman domicile. This

: makes this correction. Grand warden, Sir W. 0. Richt-I i have one's name appear on the list of ; would have been the first white man became aggravating to the supervising -

STORE AT OAKLAND BURNED I | mann, Palatka. : delinquent tax payers, nor is it pleasing I to pay the death penalty in Dade principal, and he looked up the

FRIDAY MORNING 1' Mr. R. M. Morgan, representing the/ Grand captain of,the guard, Jacob 1 to have to pay advertising costs I county. Sentinel and found that his advertise-

t< The store of Willis & Cooley, at t; Enterprise mills of Jacksonville, has i ;( Espedahl, Daytona. in addition to the taxes. Tax Col-!I ment was still running. He has been

4 Oakland, was burned at 1 o'clock yes,'I been in and about Orlando for the Daytona was selected for the next lector W. E. Martin is urging all to THE WEATHER annoyed ever since with the appear-

terday morning. The building was; past few days selling crate material i i place of meeting. come in and pay before March 31.I ance of small boys bearing dogs to :;

(the last wooden store standing in I Mr. Morgan is one of the most affable -.j The law requires that the books closeat I Florida: Cloudy Saturday; coolerin his front door and has taken the bell

[Oakland. It contained about a thou of men, and has many friends in, I The April magazines are things of the end of that day's business, ando south and central portions. SunI off. He now threatens to sue the

and dollar stock of merchandise, all 1 I Orlando who are always pleased to>II'beauty and a joy/for many a day. the collector has no option in the Jday I I unsettled, probably followed by Sentinel. But it certainly does pay

i which was lost. greet him. I t Curtis & O'Neal, book store. matter. J,I|I rain in northern portion.. to advertise.

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Mrs. E. M. Park, died in Lakeland Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm :. TODAY AT
Monday at the advanced age of seve Ar Jacksonville _________. 7:30 pm
STETSON UNIVERSITYvs. Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.1. 9:00 pm
enty-five years. Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L__11:10 pm Montgomery Motion Picture Co's
Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am
Large quantities of strawberries Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am
being shipped from Raiford everyday : ROLLINS COLLEGE Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am
are Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am Grand Theater
cold weather
despite the recent Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 amr
and handsome prices are received. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga,12:05 p
Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm.
Gainesville Sun) Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
(From the I March 20th and 21stWINTER Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm 'THE THEATER BEAUTIFUL"FLORIDA'S
Last Saturday night a numbersons FINEST PICTURE HOUSE
of Confederate veterans of De. -AT- Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am

Soto county met in Arcadia and or- _____
Ar St Louis, Mo., I. C. 7:05 am
Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C. 1:38 am
E Ar Matoon, 111., I. C_______ 3:30 am PHOTO-PLAY AND MUSIC BY OWN ORCHESTRA."THE .
While answering a false alarm; called at 3 o'clock. Deciding games for Ar Champaign, 111., I. C.____ 4:29 am
Monday night in West Palm Beach Championship of Florida. Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am ANTIQUE BROOCH."
two of the fire department automobile Intercollegiate Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50 am .{
trucks collided, injuring four of ADMISSION 50 CENTS Edison ((2 reels.) An exciting tale of the stealingand
Solid Through Trains-Composed of
recovering of a valuable piece of jewelry."THE .
the volunteer firemen. .+,1,1111111111.11.1..1..111111..11,111".1.1111 observation, compartment, drawing-

.- -- - --- - -. room, section, sleeping cars, and free ELECTRICIAN'S HAZARD"A
It is understood that one of the
reclining chair cars, between Jackson-
will HiMiiitttHmMIHIitmilMMMMMMMIIHttHMaazines Kalem drama that is to their usual high stan-
homes on Biscayne bay up
prettiest ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand
be that of V. W. Helm, of the Everglades St. Louis. All meals in diningcar. dard.

Land & Sugar company, at PATHE WEEKLY, NO 78.-Scenic news from allover
New Venice, a subdivision of Miami Weekly & Monthly i iWe For I iets and Pullman car reservations the world.
all on
Frank Chancey, an aged resident would like to call your attention that we now W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, I 3:30 CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE UNTIL 10:00 .
of Washington county, tried on the carry a large assortment of Magazines and Newspa or
charge of murdering his wife, was pers. Get in the habit of buying your Weekly and D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, CHILDREN 5c . ADULTS lOc

found guilty of manslaughter in the] Monthly Magazines from us. Atlantic Orlando.Coast Line, I HS

circuit court in Bonifay. The trial
week. :\
consumed almost a
.'-- Next Door to the IOc Store.) !
( Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's "THE THIRD DEGREE"-FOUR REELS
Plans are being prepared for a new ilMiMMimittJllltMHMMMMMMIIiiit Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tfOLIVE
Apartment house to be erected i in +++fr3W

Daytona. The structure will be three OIL AND SPICESWe .

stories and will contain sixty suites, '.1111.,01..1111.111111111111111111111111.1111111111. have the best. 25 years in the
with all modern improvements.. It business. Try us. McElroy Phar- >MltllitilttHIMMMtttt ltmmiiiilCtmilHiEver

will be erected during the summer macy. 3-14-3t
S and be completed by the first of No-

vember.A M ORLANDO O aDRAWING W 4SIIINGTON A For Economy and purchase

fire took in Ma of money
disastrous place W RIG H T power your ,
rianna a few nights ago, when the REA L TY & S BBD C 0 "
W. ht Farm
home of Hon. Wilhau: H. Milton,. ;a ROOM FOR REAL ESTATE ry s \

prominent citizen and capitalist, wa SLEEPING CARVIA ThaiS Our Business and Garden Seeds in
burned. The house was one of the
most beautiful residences in Marian Orlando, Florida bulk. "Motto" Quantityand

ni Mr.) A!;* ton vas foinerly Unite

states strator f) .m Flrrida.I Quality

I "A government engineer made ai ATLNTIC L COAST T LINE[ Fresh Eggs 29C doz. II Best Creamery Butter 39C Ib.
|| Ice 100 Ibs., Limes doz.
inspection df the Withlacoochee rive; Sweet Milk' tic qt. sac 150
Milk pint II Fresh Butter Milk IOC
Monday, says the Dunnellon Advocate Sweet -, 070 qt.

"to estimate the cost of clearing Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

the obstructions.channell of An hyacinths appropriation another OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. 31. (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order..


and of $5,000 work is will available soon begin.for "his purpose Tuesdays J anti SaturdaysFOR t r J 340 Acres Good Land '

The opening of the new club house 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,
at Lake Highlands will be a great

event this week. The Clermont board RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale.
of trade arranged the program for
this occasion which will take place W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.

tomorrow. The building and grounds W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.


doubt rn-ve a great attraction foi: Orlando.J. .
George R. Wright, Passenger Agent,
Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

i During the month of February the ..11111111,1111,1.,11111111111111111.11.11111111111111ABOUT
r exports from the various ports of en '
} try of the district of Florida were ORLANDO

t nearly four times the value of the inv FOUNTAIN PENSThere a

ports, as shown,by the records in the
office of J. F. C. Griggs, collector of are plenty of good fountain pens in Orlando Florida.At .

t customs for the district of Florida, there is also
the market and unfortunately a March 4th 1914 called for by the
t the imports-free and dutiable- the Close of business as
supply of poor ones. We ,have yet to see a Comptroller of the State
amounting to $684,257, as against exports
letter self-filling peh than the Conklin,
valued at $2,360,387. The largest RESOURCESLoans
and have never sold a better one of the other
exports were phosphate Non-Leakable. We Sell both and Discounts . . . . .. . . . .. . . $392,700.86
rock and lumber, leading in value being than Moore's
S ype I Overdrafts . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . 1,130.41
r cotton $502,606, pine lumber inds: on an absolute guarantee of 'your money Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
i $419,703, and high grade phosphaterock back if want it. A good fountain . .
you Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 26,437.37Cash
$347,220.Times-U nioD. pen has come to be almost a necessity to every on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 335,709.30

business man or woman. If you have none,
The oldest resident of Escambia
county died Sunday. He was Isaac or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us $781,996.27

and'he lacked few daysof how the guaranteed sort. LIABILITIES
just a
Cooiey you Capital . . . . . .. . . . .. .. .. . . .. $100,000.00
j being 114 years of age. lie was W. S. BRANCH Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . .. .. 30,854.36
born in South'Carolina in 1800, and
Due to Banks . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,657.00
fought in the Seminole war in Flor-

ida. He is survived by over 100 The Arcade Book and Music StoreHiitHMIIIIIimitlitHMIiMIMMtilMliltltltIM Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 649,484.91
i grandchildren, great grandchildren
i and great great grandchildren. He $781,996.27
attributed his old age to regular habits -

it'v in retiring and rising, and even Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
Y after he had passed a century in age Grove Land Deposits on Feb 4,1914 .649,484.91

he arose at the crack of day and actively .

iI' pursued his farming work. A Increase in 60 128317.53
' days -
week ago he contracted pneumonia,

'' which caused his death. His brother, The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust

i: who died a year ago, was two years This Season's Best Bargain Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

:: his senior. Pensacola Note in Times- friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand
Union. to express their appreciation of their patronage, that

i.I @ made such a statement possible.
. The state board of health is having
erected on the grounds near the state 31. M. SMITH, PresidentW.
health offices in Jacksonville a building M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN; Cashier

r5 for the purpose of conducting ex- 55 acres fronting on Orlando-Sanford uuunHUflflUll1llllJflflflflflflflt24WE
periments and making tests on ani- hard road. In sight of and three minutes ;:tU::: :
mals brought to that body suspectedof
walk from R. R. station Postoffice.-.and NOTICE
having diseases which are com- Try Oar Classified Ads
municable or contagious. The structure hotel accommodations. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
|r\; good They have proven their worth many Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
l" will cost about $2,200. It will be AND DO ALL KINDS OF times and will be just as valuable to Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
i modernly constructed and modernly Price $15 Per AcreIt OPTICAL REPAIRING you if put to the test. Let them be 1915, pay off with interest to that
equipped. This building will be the your agent in: date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19
16- for this in the entire Renting a house, selling property or and 20, of the City of Orlando seven
only one purpose [ must be sold immediately. anything on the market, finding lost er cent bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
f South, says the Times-Union, and articles, securing help or positonsin ccording tt the provisions made for
t. the authorities expect to be in a position ;j a thousand ways they can be used edemption in said bonds.
t to render valuable assistance to profitably. Dated February 11, 1914.

the health boards in other states in Orlaudo Real l B Estate Co.Phone CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.12lm .
matters that relate to the safety and Painter and W. T.interior ENTRICAN decorator., New -
concern of health matters in the I DR. L H. RAMSDELL
ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. W. T. ENTRICAN,
South. OPTOMETRIST workmen employed.
j< 504 Watkins Bled"IIIIIII"I"I"'III'IIII'IIII'IIIIII'II""II Expert Offers to Orlando the newest and best
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUdos) of workmanship in the painting and
t Buy your garden seed from DeLaney Now's the time subscribe.. Every decorating trade. Phone 636.
& Abernethy. Just received abig doin' it.
t ORLANDO, '- FLORIDA body's i 1-21-lm
, K shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf

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WON1 OORACT [w (Ocala Star.)

fROM SIR DONft traduce Claude one L'Engle important having measure tried to in in 1111111111111111111111111111111111"llillllllllllll'j Saturday March 21st

Congress and amend another, of ,
course comes in for a lot of ill nat- t
ured criticism from the people and
So Says President Wilson .in Regardto pagers that will not be pleased with
the British Ministerto anything he does. ORLANDO

Mexico The measure he introduced is to Special Sale in Linen Handkerchiefsand
have a thousand aeroplanes built for
national defense, and the amendmentwas
Washington, March 19.-Presiden to change the Alaska to the Long Kid Goves:

Wilson told Senator Jones, Republican Florida railway.
4 of that he Claude's critics might as well makeup Water & Light Co.
t Washington, today
their minds that he is as smartas 30c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . 25c
was "skating on thin ice" in his any, and smarter than most ofthem
speech yesterday when he broadly intimated and when they finished reading 25c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . 20c
that the had hs: explanation of his bill and amend-
president not
ment m the last issue of Dixie, they 20c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . 15c

decided the to Panama read a message tolls question to congresson until must the have necessity felt rather of the cheap.Of bill .he says: electricity 15c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . .'. . 10c

after Sir Lionel Carden, British minister "It costs fifteen million dollars to \ 50c Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs at. . . . . . . 40c
buua a battleship these days. It will
to Mexico, visited the White
cost no more than this amount to 35c Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . . 25c
House. build and take care of a thousand ae Gas Water Ice
The president told callers after- roplanes, and to educate men to run :30c Men's Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . 20c
ward that he could not get a sugges- them. France has over 1,000; England -
has 700 and three times as 25c Children's Handkerchiefs at 15c per box or 5c each
tion on the Mexican position out of
more building, Germany has
Sir Lionel "with a corkscrew" and I 900 many Japan has 300, Italy has 250 Office:-- .No. 18 West Central Ave. KID GLOVES
that the conference was purely for Russia, has 800 and twice as many

0 information on the general situationin building round of numbers-maintained these aeroplanesspeaking for- $3.50 Gloves at . . . . . . .'. . . . . . . . .$2.98 <

ten Mexico.his tolls The message president and decided had writ-to war, scattered with a fair among sprinkling them.of dirigibles The $3.00 Gloves at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.25 ;

man-killing aeroplanes, and nary a
Officials said neither the tolls ques-
dirigible: England, France, Russia
tion nor any suggestions for future and Germany spent more than a million -
policy in the Mexican situation came dollars apiece this year on air
up in the talk with Sir Lionel. machines for war, and this country

Senator Jones then returned to the proposes the same to spend purpose next, carried year $250,000for in the MISSES HAULM' & DUNN

capitol and told the senate: army and navy appropriation bill." ..11111111111111111111111111111111111111111.11111111'
"The president assures me that Looks to the Star like a good bill.
there was no basis of fact in the arti- and if most of the Congressmen were I ----- ---.--- Agents for Barclay Corsets
not so anxious to get into the pork ILLNESS DEFERS TRIAL OF AL- MMIMMMMMMIililllll
cles I referred the
to, to warrant
barrel, it would probably pass.
conclusions with regard to this gov- I Of his amendment (and the Star LEGED BANK ROBBERS Shoe Repairingby McCalTs PatternsHuman
ernment's relations with Great Brit- 'does not see why any Florida man ;

ain in the Mexican situation. I thinkI ,should"I offered differ this with amendment him), he says because: Lyerly, Ga., March 19.-The trial PARCEL POST "" | | | | | | | |

was misunderstood in that I did not I[ wanted to go on record against of the men accused of the robbery of

draw the conclusions myself but took spending forty millions of the peo- the bank at Lyerly, which was set for
them from published reports. I thinkit ple's hard-earned money-building a this week, has been postponed on j i Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 8scI
railroad from somewhere close to the i lildies' Half Soles 60c to 75cChildren's
only just to the president that I I
Arctic Circle'to somewhere southwest account of the illness of important
make this statement. l'C the North Pole, traversing a country witnesses. The trial will probably be Half Soles, jOcto 750 JrAMr
Senator Jones stated that the mis- whose temperature crowds the held at a special adjourned term of Hand Turned Soles, $l.ou
zero mark most of the time; whose Heels Repaired, 250
understanding served to illustrate the
and march court, to be called at a later date.
top soil is moss grass,
necessity for more information about and whose subsoil is a glacier three The three men held are Mark Mc-i All work returned in 24 hours.

the tolls exemption situation. thousand years old, and two hundred New, Frank Matthews and H. Kelly.I Orders without remittance returned -
C. 0. D. We
Action on Senator Jones resolution feet thick-to haul out a few pecksof The bank was robbed on the night of I return postage. pay TtoAINMfNT> "I MI
Irish potatoes that are not good to E
calling on the president for informa- eat 'hen you can get them, and millions January 29, and $4,000 in cash was I I POLE of
tion was again deferred. of tons of coal of inferior quality obtained, which has not been recov-
Senator Jones contended it was imperative when for the same forty millionsof ered. McNew is said to have con- A. Hanson : pOLE

that the senate before it undertook dollars the government could builda fessed and implicated the other two. i9.East Pine Street THE .
raihoad in Florida, down the East
to act President 'Wil .
upon ORLANDO -
Coast and across the lower peninsula FLORIDA I !
son's request for repeal of the tolls from Miami to Tampa; buy and dig I
should be informed as to the interestsof canals and open harbors that would FOR YOUNG MENThe \ .
the foreign nations in the matter.He immediately benefit 350,000 white peo- Boroca clas of the Baptist "I
pointed out that the resolution ple, instead of 35,000 getting a tonnage church, "a young men's Sunday "
the around that would
year support Dr. BucKmaster
school clas for writes
only information young every
requested which'thepresident the road and feed the world. 'J J
deemed advisable young man in Orlando to meet with :, .I '
to give. I i' ,
them Sunday morning in the Civic ,... '..Tj\ : ,. ,,
Senators who with the
agree \ .
pres- 'Jl \or"
ident's views on the repeal issue hold : League room just oposite the churchat Osteopathic Physician \ ( t (\ \l /( <' .

that he communicated to congress in 9:30 a. m.. There you will finda 132 Orange Avenue \ '

his recent message all he desired to social crowd who will be your I'I'ORCOOK
e i
say regarding the matter and for this friends, the lessen for next Sundayis Next door to People's Bank, iI
Uneeda Biscuit a interesting teacher up-stairs. Acute and chronic I iI
reason oppose the resolution as un- very one our Ui

necessary. Nourishment-fine fla- Mr. Lenny presents facts in sucha diseases treatedTelephone I uiy

Representatives Sherley and Coy- way as.to make you thing as never I "
ington, who with Representatives vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. before. You wil find him a most ex- 578.Supreffle I I Ii

Adamson and Palmer, will lead the All celent teacher and spend a pleasant; i I II II

administration fight in the house to for 5, cents, in the and profitable hour. Come. IMMMIMIMIIMMMMM I

repeal the Panama tolls exemption, moisture-proof package. \ -& _...- %
told President Wilson today that the NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSTax I

repeal bill would be taken up probably boots for the payment of Auto ml ;,

Monday or Tuesday with a spe- State and County taxes close the last ;
cial rule limiting debate. They de- day of March, after which all property -
on which the taxes have not been
clared that a large majority would paid will be advertised. Come now The oil that has J
vote for it. if you would avoid the rush at the
The congressmen conferred with last and save cost of advertising.W. stood the su R. .CO V

the president on certain phases of E. MARTIN II II I
3-10-10t. Tax Collector II'
the Hay-Pauncefote treaty and reit- preme test

erated that Amerian battleshipswould

be exempt from tolls and that POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ,-.- THAT _ I'J
the United States had complete rightto FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
fortify the canal. re-election to the office 'of Supervisor of KgM NFII 1 1t
BaienetBiscuit Registration for Orange County, subject to ; /
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd
1914. Oo d Gulf Gasoline

COTTON with'a delightful flavor SHERIFFI
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
-appropriate forluncheon Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the
Washington, March 19.-A ship- Democratic. primary of June 2nd. 1914. .
tea and dinner.
ment of cotton seed from Egypt, 10 cents.CRAHAM. FRANK GORDON. A Documentof
found to have ben heavily infestedby FOR COUNTY TREASURERI P. G. WALTON Agt.
hereby announce myself a candidate for ,
the so-called "pink boll worm," a Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the
dangerous pest, has been refused ad- Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914.J. .

), mission to this country at Boston, it IL TUCKER. PHONES 450-269 Poignant Appeal. A drama of
was announced by the federal horti- + hereby announce my candidacy for the
cultural board today. The federal office of Tax Assessor of Orange County sub HIIMMHMIMMiliMMMTelephones human suffering. A wonderful storyof
ject to the action of the Democraitc primary
quarantine against importations of called for June 2nd. 1914. If nominated and
cotton seed has been elected I pledge you my faithful sen ice splendid
in force for ARTHUR BUTT. Installed Since Directory single-handed victoryover
some time.The Was Published
seed was intended for plantingin hereby announce myself as a candidate 646 H. W. Barnard _____Residence countless difficulties.
Arizona. for re-election to the office of Tax Collector\ ____ i
According to the board CRACKERSA of Orange County, subject to the Democratic( 656 Mrs. Irene Barnes Residence
the pink boll worm is the most seri- primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If re- 170 E.W. Butt _____Candy Kitchen
elected I pledge to you my faithful serviceas 572 W. P. Chapman______Residence Over 650 Finely Illustrated
ous cotton pest in Egypt and does as food for every day. I have endeavored to give in the past. 648 D. R. Caruthers________Grocery Read it
much damage in that country as the Crisp, tasty and W. E. MARTIN. 150 John Empie ________Grocery Pages of Interesting Reading;
boll weevil in the United States. 273 Empire Hotel
strengthening. Fresh IIII'IIIIIII IIIII"'III"A 156 Florida Shippers' and .Growers' On Sale at W. S. Branch's Book Store Pine Street
baked and fresh de League.
WHITE'S REMAINS WILL ARRIVEIN livered. Genuine Bargainin 340 Henry Green ________Residence
NEW YORK MARCH 27 10 cents. Ifi26 C. F. Grannis _________Grove
639 Elijah Hand _______Undertaker We are the Peoplethat
Real EstateGood 652 Mrs. J. Hall ________Residence
Mr. J. W. White, the father of the 654 Home Laundry.

late Mark White, who died at Ancon, eight-room house, 1026 W. R. Harney __________Grove
655 S. E. Ives, Jr. ____Residence
Panama Canal Zone, recently, received :. with connected kitchen 642 R. P. Johnson ______Residence have made good. Why? Be- ;
a cablegram from the Canal : > twenty acres first class landal 381 Bishop Cameron Mann_____Res.

Commission yesterday stating that cleared, 315 bearing 420 R. L. Mercer __________Market
the remains would leave Colon March Orange Trees, in first class 174 Orlando & Sanford Transfer Co. cause experience has taught us how to
21 and reach New York bloom. Land 649 Police Night CallModel Cafe
March 27. condition, fine 285 H. R. Remsen _______Residence make formulas that all
No definite arrangements have been can easily be subdividedinto 641 Dr. Miles Robinson___Residence suit conditionsfor

made for the funeral, but it is likely five-acre tracts, is on 643 Dr. D. C. Roney______Residence
that the body will reach Orlando road to Conway, 2 1.2 478 S. N. Seymore ______Residence both orange trees and vegetables
651 J. Sims _____________Residence
about two days after arrival in New Buy biscuit baked by miles from Court House, 645 Wm. Taylor __________Business
York. Mrs White, who was with her road on two sides, main 647 L. S. Tenny _________Residence
Ihusband at the time of his death, will road will be bricked this 650 C. W. Thompson ____Residence
accompany the body home. NATIONAL year. Has rural delivery, 640 G. B. Venters ______Residence No is t the time to fertilize
BISCUIT 644 F. H. Washington ____Business .
and shool wagon. Sold to 653 Mrs. Alice Withers___Residence
, Any time you hear a woman complaining COMPANY close and estate. CHEAPfor 304 0. D. Young __Bicycle Repairs

that the newspaper report of Always look for that name cash, or very reasonable 3-ll-3t-eod
her obligation party was garbled, it terms will be made.
is safe bet that'she didn't W. T. ENTRICAN,
a get all
the space she expected. i LORD & BRADSHAW ; The Southern Fertilizer Co.

Exclusive AgentsHHMMtMMIIIlHHIIIM Makes a specialty of painting, paper- .
ing, finishing floors, furniture, etc.
Brer Try our Classified Ads. Try the Sentinel Job Department. Phone 636. 1-21-ln Orlando PIONES: Office 32, Ptaat SI FloridaWlKSC'

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: BRIDEELECTMiss OF SERIES WITH STETSON Shirley waited out four bad ones and
South 'Florida SentinelMORNING i ii On afternoon in Winter Froemke was safe on Swinks' poor
i I Friday throw. Moore batted for Blue, and
I Park the baseball teams of
AND WEEKLY I Glenn Cheney was the honoree Stetson strolled, filling the bases, after Har-
and Rollins
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. I for another pretty party yester-I bats university for the championship college of crossed the ris had fanned. double With two down, Tay- Dickson-Ives Co1
lor shot a clean down the first
day afternoon, the hostesses for the state, and Rollins won a hairraisinggame base foul line, bringing in Shirley and
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando.. Florida delightful affair being Miss Ada I by a score of 5 to 3. The game Froemke with the deciding runs.
as Second Class Mail Matter.TO
a was full of tight places and sensa-
Bumby, Mrs. Thomas Brodwater and and Moore was caught at the plate tryingto
tional moments, kept the large the hitThe
ADVERTISERS: Mrs. Louis Dolive, and the guests the crowd keyed up to the highest pitchof score on
members of the Club de Martes. excitement throughout. services of Umpire McGee,
Copy for display and all other handout started for Rollins who officiated in the games betweenthe
admUsinj must be handed in at the business The girls were invited to :MssBumby's Shirley strong Athletics and Cubs in Jackson-
by fanning two of the first three DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STOREOrlando's [
office flf the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
home where the ville secured for this series
the day bdore publication. This rule applies they spent men, and throwing the other out at were ,
to changes for contract adttrtisinz; it is early part of the afternoon in sew- first. During Rollins' half of the and there was no kicking.The .
invariable and .iQ be strictly adhered to. McClintock hit stars for Rollins were McClin-
first 'poled out
ing. The living room was fragrantwith
across the clay road in deep center tock, Taylor, Porter and Blue, while
roses, and the screen porch, for Stetson Swink's work stood out
which with
field the
: where punch was served, had beauti- trees, and scored the first run of the above the others. favorite
One Year .............. .. .....$5.00 of Roberts the second The box score follows: Shopping
ful decorations potted plants and rome. man up, .
r Six Months ... .... ... .. ....... 2.50 nasturtiums. Late in the afternoonice was safe at first when Fisher dropped STETSON
Three Months ... ... .. .. .. ..... 1.25 the throw, but was forced out at sec- ,I AB. R. H. P0.A. E.
cream and cake were brought into 'ond by Melvin. Melvin stole second Willard, 2b _______4 0 1 1 2 1
In Advance. the guests, and just as Miss Che- and continued to third when Willard Swink, 3b ________4 01251

ney was preparing to depart she was '!t a high throw from Lourcey get Snedlgar, ss. ______4 0 1 1 0 0 PLACE
past him, and scored a moment lateron Stanley, If. _______2 10100
SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1914. astonished by an invitation to join in
Froemke's slashing single. In the Brower, rf. _______4 00210
an Easter egg hunt at "Lake Leora." second and fourth Stetson'looked dan- Fisher, lb. ________3 1 2 10 1 2
The Zoifo Springs board of trade As this is the name of the lake near jrercus, but in both cases fast double Lourcey, c. _______4 10710
has designated April 8 for a big bar- which the bride to be will soon make i plays cut off their chances to score. Jordan, cf. ________4 00000
becue. I in the fifth, Rollins added another Gross, p. _________3 00030
her home, her suspicions were at
safe first wheni - - -
I run; Taylor was at
o once aroused, but the dining room,,i i Fisher let his grounder go through 3'23551134
The Times-Union is firm in the be- to which the guests were led, held no I[ his legs, McClintock and Roberts ROLLINS

lief that Jacksonville have mu- hint of a "shower," "as the dainty I bunted and beat them out, filling the An. R. II. P0.A. E.
nicipal docks. bases. Melvin lifted a fly to left field, McClintock, Ib..4 1 2 9 2 1 I
gifts were completely hidden under: and Taylor scored after the catch, Roberts, 2b. _______4 0 1 2 2 0
-o- the moss covered banks of a tiny but McClintock and Roberts remaining on Melvin, If ________4 1 0 1 0 0
.The Miami papers are filled with beautiful lake. This was formed by I second and first. Porter pushed out Porter, ss. ________4 01240

the deep water proposition. This a large mirror (on the center of a a hot single, but McClintock was Shirley, p. ________3 1 0 1 3 0
has been a habti wth the Miami pa- i caught at the plate on Shirley's easy Froemke, 3b. ______4 1 1 0 0 1
for Here's hoping.Rollins round table). surrounded by pond grounder, and Froemke ended the inning Harris, cf. ________3 00000 :
pers some years. lilies and violets. The foundation for by grounding to third. Blue, rf. _________3 0 0 3 1 0
0 the banks was made of packages of With Rollins three runs to the good, Taylor, c. _________4 1 1 9 1 0
seems 'upon the verge of Stetson got busy in the first of the Moore __________0 00000
and sizes but these
queer shapes were
winning the state collegiate baseball seventh, and tied the game up. Stan- - - - !
entirely covered by moss, in which ley, first man up, drew a walk, Brow- 33 5 62713 2
championship. feels great were nests of candy Easter eggs, rab- ird fanned, Fisher was hit by the Moore batted for Blue in last half
pride in Rollins and its .victories. bits and Easter "chicks." Miss Che- ball, and Lourcey drove a single over of eighth. tf
-o first, scoring Stanley. McClintocktook Home runs, McClintock; twobasehit
Secretary Daniels is Florida's ney was then told to hunt for more the throw in, and tried to run Taylor; struck out, by Shirley, 8, \
eggs and on searching underneath the down Fisher, whom Lourcey had run by Gross, 5; base on balls, off Shir- '
friend. He has recognized the adapt- covering discovered many beautifuland off third. He made a bad peg to the ley, 2, off Gross, 2; hit by ball, Fisher -
ability of Port St. Joe for target useful presents from her com- plate, and both came home. Score, Harris. Umpire, McGee. Time
practice, and has ordered the torpedo 3to3. of game, one hour and thirty minutes.
panions. A number of exquisite
flotilla there. Florida' likes Secre-
pieces of hand worked linen, hand- -
tary Daniels no less than he likes tt++t1' IIIIICIIIIIIOllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltCash
some china ware', kitchen utensils and

Florida. many other, household articles were

o included in the shower every detailof to Loan on i. WEDNESDAYWAS
The St. Johns county papers are
which was most delightfully ar .
working hard for the passage of the
$650,000 bond issue for good roads
The chandelier above the table was City Property
which is to be voted on in that county
festooned with orange blossoms and OUR
April 1. Sentiment seems to be in I
underneath hung two small %dolls II
favor of the issue, and it will un- I
dressed as bride and I
doubtedly be carried. St. Johns can't groom. -
afford not to be in line. Each guest was given a lovely cor- Real Estate bought and sold
t sage bouquet of sweet peas as a sou- .
venir of the happy occasion.
The days are slipping past and for cash or on commission.

there is not much interest evident in

the registration of voters by the vot- MRS. WALKER HOSTESS FOR A

ers who have not registered. Orange PLEASANT PARTY t

county hasn't registered much more ]Dr.Ja' TAYLOR The eulogies passed upon our successful efforts were

than hail its voting strength, and not Mrs. S. G. Walker, from Coal Cen-
exceptionally gratifying.It .
much time remains in which voters ter, Pa., who spends every winter at Rock Building, Up-stairs.
have to get their names on the books. her beautiful home on Lake Lucerne,'
This is fair warning. entertained at a fancy work party .1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 will be our earnest policy to merit more and more

0 given at the .Tea Room- yesterdayfrom ltl Ml Ml Mill Mill IIMMitltitttHHIMI HIM tiff-- the high confidence placed in us by our customers and .

Every business and professionalman 3 till 5 o'clock. Fifty guests friends.As.

in Orlando should hunt up the enjoyed the occasion. Each had A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX

committee appointed from the Boardof fancy work. While all worked, Mrs.
visitor heard to remark
a was 'esterday-com.
Trade to collect'
an advertisingfund Thompson sang "Dreaming," "Just
and subscribe. It is a matter in a-Wearying for You," and highly en- THE PALMS AUTO COREO menting upon the fitness of our new store:

which all are concerned, and no man tertained the guests. Miss Leonora

,should be willing to accept the ben- Walker accompanied Mrs. Thompson. i MOTOR CARS This is New York from New York"We
efits of the investment without having -
Miss Dorothy Slemons then recited -

a share in it. in her clever way. Dainty refreshments For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a will endeavor to be not only up with the times,

o were served when the
Ocala is an orphan, according to shadows began to fall. All had to full stock of supplies accessories.. Have a good forceof but just a little ahead of Fashion's caprices that will

the Star. That town has had no say good-bye with regret. competent repair men. All our work is absolutely place us in the ranks of those who are considered author-
Flagler nor Plant nor Stetson to doa Mrs. Thomas Grant, Mrs. 0. R.
things for it. Ocala is fortunate. It' Cook and Miss Romaine 'Clarke as- guaranteed. ities of what to wear.

has been our observation that towns sisted Mrs. Walker in receiving the
with patron saints never develop like guests. Our New York office will help us to that end. 1 I

other towns that have none. Orlandohas I

owes nothing to any one man. The Now is the time to buy your garden
town has prospered and faces a bright seed from DeLaney & Abernethy.Take .
and prosperous future. The Senti- FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.HIMIIIIMMIMMIMMMIMIHMIMIIMMH.

nel is glad that the town has nobody your repairing to Warman on

r to thank; that its citizens depend Court street. 12-5-tf :
upon themselves to f6rward its inter- 4

ests, and that they have no papa to I

run to when they need something.
o ,
Some of the papers are concerning

themselves somewhat about the Flor-

ida Indians. These Indians are care ..

free and happy and are not concerned

about their own welfare a bit. Theyare ..
Are You Invitedto
in fact as well off as they care to

be, and there is no immediate.needfor
anything to be done for them. a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea

The time may arrive when they are gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure
unable to make a living in the Ever- .
you will be interested our display of the newest and
glades, but even that doesn't seem ..
probable. Those who are wasting most artistic designs inCUT '

sympathy on the poor Indian might

turn their time to better account by GLASSThere

doing something really useful for

civic conditions in their own commu- are so odd pieces and attractive sets
many _
nities. o here, that seem peculiarly! appropriate for gift giving.We ,- ur Mail r er Deparlifient e

The Orlando Sentinel commendsthe are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe

good temper of the Telegram in
dealing with the various subjects more acceptable.T.H.Evans. Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, make

,: which a newspaper has to consider. F
use of it whenever you can. Samples or information
Vft have in the course of many years'

experience tried both kinds, in fact, cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

all kinds, and beyond a doubt the
Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues
pleasant way is the true way whenwe

are putting words into cold type We invite comparison values.
unless it be permitted to degenerateinto

weak avoidance of an issue be- r

cause the backbone for controversyis

lacking. The newspaper man

should be always the philosopher and the Jeweler '

seek the philosophic point of view, I
for truth and right are found not in ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

the poisonous ferment of passion or I

the thick mud of stupid bigotry or OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

prejudice, but in the limpid atmos- Orange Ae1 i Orlando

phere of, clear reason where men and I
l motives are revealed without distortion I I
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Eating Pure Candy is More Than a 1 1BUYS

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why.Of S11hiIHw i
| Open 9.a. m. to 10:30 P. |

| Admission 5 cents a g V F
course, hundreds of people all over the coun- 'DdllDC _
all C allDC aD d
try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to PROGRAM i ; '

that desire for and al- "His Hour of A 2-reel .
satisfy something sweet-- you Triumph. "Gel It i Allen s"

so have done the same thing many times. AND SELLS drama featuring Jane Gail and Wm. I 11
f Shay, from the story by,Walter Me-

, If we can convince you that pure candy is REAL ESTATE Xamara.

healthful really beneficial from a food standpoint "Her Secretary." A fine comedy The best
with the always welcome Pearl Whitein
why then you'll realize that your money is well a Crystal film; and

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- 400 acres within three "Percy's New Mamma." WATCHES.CLOCKS

ment. ------ -
miles of Kissimmee, two ENJOYABLE OCCASIONMiss

mile facing Orlando-Kis- ;
Martha Weeks, of The Oaks,
simmee brick road, $20 entertained yesterday afternoon in t
per acre if sold within honor of Mrs. M. E. Weeks' and Mrs.
Whitford's birthday. The house was
1. 30 days. 3-14-im 11:I prettily decorated with beautiful cut D: :JEWELRY 0
; The home of pure home-made Candies flowers. At six o'clock a delicious

.111111111111111111111111. three-course dinner was served to:

Orange AvenueWADE sixteen guests. The time was pleas- Etc.
IRS. SMITH GIVES AUCTION antly spent in music and conversa-

BRIDGE PARTY tion. Many happy returns and remembrances -

V of the day were tendered You ever bought at the,
Jlrs. C. W. Smith, an ever popular to the guests of honor. 'F
hostess, entertained most delightfully The guests were Mrs. Maria Whit- best price you ever

Mrs. Frances Schuller is convales- at "Michigan Villa" yesterday with ford and Mrs. Barringer, of Ruthven, bought them."Get .
cent after a severe illness with indi- auction bridge. Six tables of players Iowa; Mrs. Roy K. Blazer and daugh- III

gestion. contestedthe prizes, two dainty ters, Harriet and Katherine, of Esth-
THE TUNER ,j Among the arrivals at the San Japanese baskets, being won by Mrs.
erville, Iowa; Mrs. Sarah E. Thomsonand li
ORLANDO, Juan yesterday was Mr. Norman N. Carr and Mrs. Dovel. daughter, Edith May, of Lock- It t Allen's"II

Rupp, of Saginaw, Mich. At the conclusion of the games the port, N. Y.; Mrs. McCulloch and Miss II

!!I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wyman arrived players were joined by several other Cleaver, of Orlando.
Mrs. J. T. Craig came down from yesterday from New York and guests, and delicious chicken salad,

Jacksonville yesterday and is the are domiciled at the San Juan. sandwiches, olives and coffee were Eat what you want.
guest of her sister, Mrs. N. P. Yow- ,. Miss Eleanor Groves and Miss served. Eat all you want.

ell, on East Jackson street. Grace Ryan, of Springfield, Mass., Take For sale a postscript by all durggists.and forget it.

are in Orlando stopping at the San NOTICE TO REGULAR MEMBERSOF
I :Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Gore, of Wav- l-7-d&w-lyr
erly, N. Y., who have been spendingsome Juan. ROSALIND
time in Eustis, are expected to Arrivals at the San Juan yesterday TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
arrive here today to visit for some included Mr. T. J. Basil, of Cleveland, The committee in charge of the invitations Ibl !]

time. Ohio, and Mr. F. L. Rogers, of Pen- for the birthday party to beheld WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing { [01 Ie
N. Y. at the Rosalind club on March stenographer, two y -
Mrs. J. R. Davidson and :Miss AliceC. yan 27th, is greatly inconvenienced by the ence, can furnish good reference, de-
Davies, of Connellsville, Pa., are Mr. A. G. Thomas, Miss B. H. sires'position. Willing to begin on
many moderate salary. Now
Muller and Miss A. T. Nesbitt employed.
few with Mr. and arrived -
spending days
a the cards issued some days ago, Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla.
Mrs. Sam M. Cooley, on Lakeview. in Orlando yesterday from San- and earnestly requests that all those 3-21-lwk
dy Spring, Md. They expect to spend
avenue. I who have not done so will send their
some time in this section. LOOK-$850! buys five adjoining lots.
Miss Mabel Fuller sister of Mr. have loan im-
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. who acceptances or regrets immediately, W. I. Higgins, corner Marks and money to on :
Clifford Fuller, arrived yesterday' as it is imperative that the committee Ivanhoe streets. 3-21-6t
have the winter in Orlando
with Mr. and Mrs. Fuller from Mem- spent ex- know the names of those who will ben
phis, and will be their guest whilein pect to leave today for their summer attendance, in order to arrange WANTED-Three return tickets to
Orlando. )home in Manton, Mich. The Sentinel! seating room at the supper tables. Chicago. Address, 117 East Pine proved city property.
will keep them posted on the happen- This street. 3-21-2t
Mr. W. E. Tew and daughter, :Miss ings in this section during their ab- notice applies to regular members -
Margaret, and Miss Mary Finch, who.'have sence. only, and not to season mem- WANTED-Middle age white womanto
been here for some time, are bers. 3-21-2t I help with children; good home
Mrs. Seeber and her mother.. Mrs. and salary for right party. Address,

making Petersburg a short and Eustis.visit to Tampa, St.| Granger, a real- daughter of the Mr. William Branch, Jr., and Miss' Mrs.Fla. J. McCawley, Winter Garden 3-21-6t, s.JT A.-:-
Revolution, and ninety Roberta Branch gave an organ recitalin
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. years of age, have returned to Or- the Methodist church of Eustis last Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,, I.
Clifford Fuller will be glad to know lando after a visit in Petersburg, the ,
evening dedicating :Moller
a new pipe on Court street. 12-5-tf :
that they arrived yesterday from air of this city proving more benefi- organ, the first to be built in the city Phone .172Fresh .
their home in Memphis, Tenn., and cial to their health.
of Eustis. It
was a gift to the church SEED! SEED! SEED! .
will spend the spring months at their Mr. and :Mrs. J. G. Robinson, of by Mrs. Scott, a winter resident. It Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
attractive home near Lucerne Circle. i i Richfield Springs, New York, who is somewhat unusual for two of one Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-t .. .. . ... . .. . .. .

Mr. and :Mrs. M. :M. Cochran, prom-: have been spending their honeymoonin family to be organists, and these -
inent people of Uniontown, Pa., are Orlando, boarded the Coast Line young people are worthy of commen- tlllllllll.IIIII.I.III..IIIII.IIIIIIIII.,11111111111

spending a few days in town and are train yesterday midst showers of rice dation for their hard work and deter- The Ladies'Aid Society of the M.E.
located at the St. Charles. :Mrs. John and confetti, taking with them the mination in learning an instrumentso church invite you to their birthday
Nichol, of Summerset, Pa., who is best wishes of their northern friends difficult to master.MYSTERIOUS. party on Thursday, March 26th, from TomatoesWe
three to six o'clock, at the residence
who them off.
the sister of Mrs. Cochran, is with saw
of Mrs. J. P. Musselwhitef on East
them. i Messrs. Roberts, Sargent and Poling TEA Lake Eola. A silver offering. All receive a shipment of the best :
Mrs. Alexander and Miss Jennie have formed a second class party The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist cordially invited. 3196Don't :
Caldwell, of Vineland, N. J., have arrived from Orlando to Washington, Baltimore church announces a "mysterious tea" variety every .
for April 1st. They say they wantto let your winter home run .
and are stopping at the resi- and Philadelphia and New York, pre-empt the day, so make this an- down in the summer. I will guaran-
dence of Mrs. W. H. Howard, on East March 28th, via the Atlantic Coast nouncement so far beforehand. They tee to keep it in tip-top shape so Potatoes .
Robinson avenue. This is the third; Line, and invite any one who wants promise all sorts of fun,, and will you will find it as you left it when
winter Miss Caldwell has visited in i to come along to join them. The Atlantic serve this menu: you return. 'Make it a point to writeor Famous Nancy Hall variety.
Something Most Needed see me at once.
Orlando. i Coast Line city ticket officeor Condensed Curd ' Impertinence WERNER F. NEHRLING.
Mrs. Oscar W. Underwood and Mrs.! the depot ticket office will be Mineral Mixture 3-19-6t

Thos. Hopkins, with her daughter, pleased to furnish full information. Bathing Appliance Cake George Washington Coffee
I It Sidewalk Slippers 25 years' experience in buying and
Miss Evans, arrived yesterday from What Babies and Brides Receive
Birmingham to attend the bedside of What Our Grannies Used to Card selling seeds. Our seeds are good. : We have it in both large

their father, Mr. J. H. Woodward,: CARD OF THANKS Long Remembrance McElroy Pharmacy. 3-19-3 small
I Love's Request Most Precious :: or cans.
who is quite ill at his suburban home We wish to extend heartfelt thanks
Frigid ConsonantIn SEED! SEED! SEED! .
east of the city. I' to all the kind friends who ministeredto the store formerly occupied by Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
us in our recent bereavement. !It M. B. Ives. 3-21-td Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf ,

TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO I is impossible to thank all individually I THE SANITARY GROCERY :

Chiropodist for both men and wo. so we employ this means of con-i Eat what you want REMEMBERThat .
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Eat all want. .
veying our gratitude. you we have every facility for turn-
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L.l'l Take a postscript and forget it. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone :
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over: MRS. L. P:COOK For sale by all druggists. ing out neat printing of all kinds. I
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm and Children l-T-d&w-lyr Letter heads, bill heads, office sta- :
200 6 & 8 E Pine Street
tionery, etc., furnished at the lowest I
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: Hours, 10.12,3-5" and by appointment

Xo extra charge for house treatment
Telephone connections
Office cor. Orange and Central Area
"TOO PROUD TO BEG, a one reel Reliance.

"WHY REGINALD TouringCar fully equippedas
a comedy : : Cut Flowers
good as new
in one reel. 0 nee more we laugh. : ROSES, VIOLETS,

"TRUE WESTERN HEARTS, a one reel American. : I

The real stuff. I Four passenger Cadillac ready to

"MY WIFE'S AWAY," a one reel Komic, and we laugh. : Good Wood - $1.50 ; run, $350.00.San .

"Chasing Gloom and The Servant Question," split : Better Wood $2 and $2.25

reel. See grandpa on skates. .: Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 Juan Garage Co. j

Jay Ruffner That Chicago Baritone. : This won't last long, -
Service 't'tI
: Stock up while you can. All Night

Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents t Orlando Wood Yard I AJAX TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed -

104 W. Pine St. I for five thousand miles.
Balcony: 5 Cents
B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor
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1j NOTICE FOR SALE-Fine large horse, handsome I IMMMMMtiimtitiiniilMM iiinTin

.TONBMBPOF1I [ : I Orlando, Fla., March 14, 1914. PEOPLE'S WANTS and perfectly fearless of safe all for anyone :,
to drive; objects
To the People and Property Owner !
I road. Can be at 408 Lucerne I
} ( j I of Orlando, Florida: on seen
We, the undersigned, having pui MUNNIMAKERSNotiea Circle, Orlando. 3-19-3t :
_- chased the plumbing and heating business ef Lost Watoi Fw Sal* Fr FOR SALE-One minute picture Os & S. TRANSFER CO.
1 of W. A. Slauter, 121 Court Bent, etc. for flb eoluma. lie fat oat fer. camera. For the small sum of $5
u Strange Case Carried Up From Louisiana street (next door to Lucerne theater;]), u Me worth for thin or doe.... er Money UO: tat nut OM tcrOTpmrth wet far the outfit is yours. Cost me new $35.
Write R. G. White, Winter Park, Fla.
Wherein Fortune Is will add to tke present stock, plumbing > advertiMBMnte for tbfe cohmx. u Mimertioni
fixtures and sewer material in carload will be made on credit 3-20-3t

", Asked'for Beard lots, which will enable us to fur FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one WANTED-To rent, by the year, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
nish you the best service on shortest acre in bearing orange grove; six cottage of six or seven rooms; must
notice. Our price will be 13 cents per cleared part of land suitablefor be close in and rent reasonable. Ad-
Washington, March 19.-What is I foot for sewer tile laid, from mail acres gardening; and trucking; located dress J. L. D., Sentinel. 2172wksFORREN1 OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174
the value of a beard! That is a I I sewer to house connection. We do half mile from city limits on public 1I
question which justices of the supreme not bind you with any signed contract road. Bargain. Address M. C. B.,

court have been asked to de : all times., as this We proposition would be is pleased open at to care Box 431,_city. 3-10-tf 'FOR RENT-Exceptionally well fur- I I (1
and estimate for FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house, nished bungalow. Immediate pos
termine. t call on you give an
in line.Respectfully. I garden and farm land, on Conway session. Everything necessary for
O'Sullivar anything our
that of E. ,
case clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. convenient housekeeping. Reasonable
a prominent Louisiana lawyer, wh FERGUS & ROGERS, I -201md&wI rent. Phone 401, or 239, or call at
placed a value of $60,000 on a growth Successors to W. A. Slauter. I FOR RENT-5-room house, partly 514 South Lake street. 3-15-lw t(
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of his beard. O'Sullivan, who for Phone us your wants,'phone 98. furnished. See Frank Soper, ,Room WANTED-Any variety of sweet
merly was district attorney, stat 3, MtNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-lOt potato plants. Will contract at 75c

senator and city attorney of New Or FOR SALE FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand per thousand until June 1st. Fred M.
from unimproved land. See S. S. Preston, Pine Castle, Fla.
located three
leans, claims he was forcibly deprive 20 acres
brick road eigh Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm 3-20-d&w-tf
proposed ;
city on
adornment electio
of his hirsute on : I
acres bearing grove; two acre:
day in November, 1908. On that day, cleared and ten acres timber; fou FOR SALE-Ford runabout; bargain, FOR RENT-Large attractive room
if taken at Address Box 594,
} he asserts, Paul Felix, a justice of room cottage. Price $3,500. city. once. 3-13-lw I in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN
the peace in Jefferson parish, and 25 acres four miles from city; tei: 2-4 tf ,

William W. Stiles, a deputy sheriff, acres in grove, four hundred bearing : FOR SALE-Sour oranges, seed for FOR RENT-Cheap, from April 1st, Orlando and Sanford and Intervening s
orange and two hundred threeyearold planting. $1 per bbL Addie Kim- cottage, 15 East Amelia avenue.
conspired to prevent several men; grapefruit trees; twelve acres; brough, Kuhl avenue. 3-18-6t Inquire at cottage. 3-14-61 t
from voting. O'Sullivan claims he fruit land and three acres gardei Points

went to the polls to advise about the land; cottage and barn, located 01 ; -I ;; "
conduct of the election. He assert lake front. Price $5,000. I II IIIII I till IIIII III 11M'IIIIIIIIM Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick
70 acres choice fruit and yegetabl<
that a number of men imported to the land; three and one-half miles from, Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed.IIIIIIIIIIIII'III'IIII'II'IIII'II"III""I'III'.

election place by Felix seized him and< city. Price $30 per acre.Fiveroom ,

tied his arms. Then, he claims, Stile: cottage and lot one hundred One Bungalow Left to Sell
by four hundred feet; located 01
cut off his beard. O'Sullivan brough
main highway leading out of city
suit in 1911 for $60,000 damages un Price $2,000.Five .

der the federal civil rights act. acres of bearing orange grove, M. J. DAETWYLER .
Felix and Stiles claim the suit wa well' located. Price $2,000. .

barred by the one-year Louisiana lake 140, one acres and overlooking one-fourth a miles beautifu fron The AltamonteALTAMONTE I

statute, of limitations. The Louisian,; railroad station and packing house;

courts so held, but O'Sullivan has 20 acres bearing orange grove containing Phone 563

brought the case to the supreme court fourteen hundred trees. The SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
land is grade fruit
the ground that the statute of lira remaining
on and garden soil. Price $12,000. beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L
itations has no application to a sui choice fruit land, wel IIIHIM''
acres R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served in interior
arising under a federal statute. located. Can be had at a bargain.J. -- has the
The Altamonte
E. CRAWFORD, Florida. Orchestra, etc.
Office Over Blue Drug Store, FOR SALE ,FOR RENT Unfurnished, good size most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
DISAPPEARANCE OF LAD STILL 117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, An elegant modern home; four bed house; fine location, near Lake Lu high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
A DEEP MYSTERY Florida.220ti rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- cerne. Three minutes walk from the
Orlando, Golf Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
tricity throughout; fruit trees and postoffice. Fred B. Dale, 306 Anderson -
flowers. 509 East Central avenue. street. 3146tHOUSE Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-
Philadelphia, March 19.-Myster;; 2-15-tf. FOR RENT Six rooms, ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
in the disappearance of sevenyearold -I SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI modern; located at 311 N. Orange Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
FOR SALE CHEAP-A good city !
Warren McCormick is today as am now organizing an excursion avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave
home cash .
I ; part balance on time.E. 224tfFOR
York and via
to New Albany, nue.
complete as when the boy was firs party H.'Gore, Caruthers & Gore, 6 and
I Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, 8 East Pine. 3-18-2wks RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the & SON
missed from his home a week ago April 20th. Price for trip is $22.2 week or month; cheap. Phone 571, GEO. E. BATES ProprietorsSummer ti
An almost ceaseless search by his: from Orlando to Albany, which includes FOR SALEA
or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-1m Mount Vernon N. H.
{ father, boy scouts and the police ha: I baggage transfer in Jacksonville family pony, 5 years old, gentle, Resort"The Grand, ,
and New York. redaction saddler and driver also LOST-Gold ring, small diamond in
Special g6od
failed to reveal definite clue ; top I' 'IIIIII+
a as to< ] ' '* ' '
to those starting at Jacksonville buggy and harness. Bargain. Apply low setting; initials inside. Returnto 1I11I11111111.
the missing boy's whereabouts or to< I or stopping at New York. For gooc 107 E. Amelia avenue. 3-14-lw Orlando Water and Light office .
give an inkling as to his probable! berth and 'rooms make reservations and receive reward. 3-15-3t - -' "
now of C. P. Smith, Hand building, HimiiMIIMilMillilililllllHilllimiiMlliItari "
fate.Varying I corner Orange avenue and Churcl FOR SALE-Horse, buggy and har- FOR RENT-Comfortable cottage,
theories have been ad, street,'before March 21. 3-5-ti ness-Bargain if taken at once, or large yard overlooking Lake Adair, and HomeseekersATTENTION
vanced to account for the boy's dis will exchange for Ford runabout. Ad- city limits, Apopka road. $8 per: Estate Agents, Investors
appearance. Those who believe he i WANTED-Good white girl. Call al, dress Box 569, City. 3.14tfFOR month until November. H. C. McDaniel. -' !
411 West street. 3-18-3
has been
kidnapped for a ranson l

point to the fact that while the child'sfather :,, I SALE-Shetland pony, harness FOR SALE I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
and Will sell at if
cart bargain Nursery stock, one, two, three and
is not wealthy, his grandmother ..1 bought at once. Address 103 Lucerne four year old buds; Foster Early, rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, rurth.

who was much attached to him, is : Circle. 37lwd&wWANTED Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
a property owner. Other investigators .:! ForSa1eModern ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special

are firm in the belief that th'I Apopka, Fla.. Phone_ 2222. 3-13-tf heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy basement *
boy met with accident and I > SELL suitable for laundry or
an wa MBi : WANTED family washings at TO RENT OR wainscoated and sealad,
killed in such a way that his bod;;) I II once, from 50 cents up. Home A new 7-room bungalow, furnishedor furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
can not be found. A reward of $1,001 I,i \ 8-room I Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. unfurnished. Rental for summer House frosts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These

has been offered for his return am I 3-8- months moderate. Apply 500 Anderson lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
I street. 3-17-3t
city councils were asked today tc \ \ House 2 doors : WANTED-Position as bookkeeperand offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

offer $5,000 west of Wyoming stenographer, by a lady of ex 25 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Open to all. .
i i
: perience. Address M., 114 Court In buying and selling Seeds. Our

r Carranza has apparently conclude Hotel. Bar- : I street. 3-13-6t ,3-19-3t Seeds are good. McElroy Pharmacy. E. N. COY

that, since the United States has de gain. : WANTED-Three to ten acres close WANTEDTwo 307 West! St., Nerlb.Orlando
dared for a policy of watchful waiting ; ; I to Orlando,good neighborhood,reas-
: onable distance of schools and church agents. Either ladies or gen-
his obviously correct course i:! We
I es. Must be good land, suitable for tlemen. Experienced
just to keep on letting the govern : trucking and poultry raising. Prefer have the best proposition ever of- .
ment wait-New' Orleans Times A. L Bentley, j I place with out buildings, but not absolutely fered. Our goods guaranteed. Ex-

Democrat. I I; ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE ,:I Give full, necessary 55 particulars Mutual if Life to price B.Bldg.is R.,Montgomery right.Jack-- elusive KA SALES territory CO.UREKA., No.if desired.8.SALES E. Church EURE-CO St. RUn THE[ SENTINEL[ [ fOR THE[ NEVfSI [ i

Sentinel want ads. get results I.' 'illlilliillMIIMMIillll sonville, Fla. 3-16 tf 3t-Thurs-Fri-Sat.

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. 10* Rots AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN New and Modern $ MEALS 35c.

Electric Elevator-Steam Heat,B.tlu-H.and Cold Water In Each Room J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop-

Cut Rates to January I, 1915

[ ) per daf. Rooms (two) SI.50 per day.M"M"".. 50c. NICE AND ,
00 is:week. $8.00 per week. by the week,$8.50. NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH ROOMS $3.00 to
Board and Room by the
520. month. $30.00 per month. month, $50.00.Orlando. $5.00PERVEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
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Detective Burns in Regard to grove on beautiful lake
His Work in the Mary near Orlando and one-half mile Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

Phagan Case from one df the new County

brick roads. AND SALT MEATS
Atlanta, Ga., March 19.-Counsel ONE -WEEK
. for James Conley, the negro convicted I 1,300 orange and grape fruit FISH AND GAME

as an accessory to the murder of Commencing I trees. 600 trees in full bearing
denied 3 Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Mary Phagan, today published
MONDAY MARCHOUR 700 two years from bud. 30,000
reports that they had filed a written Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
demand that no visitors be permitted, nursery trees some of which are

without their consent, to see their FIRST PLAY ready to bud. Present bloom indicates and pure.

client at the county jail. Jail officials at least We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
also denied knowledge of any such 'The Price Wimen Pay'ji ,500 boxes this
everything in the Meat Line.
year. Good 7-room residence.
William M. Smith, the attorney reported A HIGH CLASS DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS
This is the finest grove bargainin

said today to have he had made no this objection demand toConley's LADIES FREE MONDAY NIGHT, IF accompaniedby the County. $6,000 cash, balance The PARLOR MARKETH.
the holder of a go-cents ticket
being questioned by detect-
one, two and three years.
ives or other bona fide callers, but and reserved before 6 p. m.

would insist that any such interviewbe M. Self & Co.
Prices 15.25.35.and 50 CentsiiliiHIIMIttlllMilHIMHMHMIMIIMHIMMMII
in the. presence of the negro'scounsel. Cooper Atha PINE STREET

"I think my client's interset de- 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
mands such a policy," he added. Phone No. 80
Phone No. 311
Conley testified at the trial of Leo

" '. M. Frank, who is under sentence to .
die April 17 for the murder, that he
had helped conceal the factory girl's I
body after Frank had killed her. The I IIIIIIIIMHIIMIIHMt "I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII

,negro recently was sentenced to a

year's imprisonment for this alleged .
act. --a/

Announcement was made today .W.IYLSLEMONSNew
that the results of an independent

investigation of Mary Phagan's mur- .
der, said to be supported by private Just arrived car load

enterprise and conducted by the head FORDS for immediate -
of widely known detective agency

soon will be laid before the solicitor- delivery.Get Goods Arriving Daily
general. The detective agency head,
who personally was in charge of the nowF.
inquiry, would not say what conclu- yours
sions had been reached but declaredhis .
conviction that he was "close upon
the trail of the man who killed Mary Phone 226
Phagan.;' We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

"Whether my evidence agrees with made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
that brought forward by the solicitor
and the city detectives or not," he I Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
added, "I will say that I have foundno Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflm & Co.
indication of conspiracy on their

part and am certain that they have & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
been untiring in their efforts to arriveat

V the exact truth." 0

The refernce, it was explained, was
to recent affidavits made public here,

against charging Frank.conspiracy of evidence W. \1. SLEMONS


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merchant ships are expected to be

within passing the through next three the Panama months,canal yet -- 5 .

builders of the big ditch still have DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND tl !: !:;iIi IMMMMMMMOIIIMlim

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been finished, but owing to the earth .
slides in the Culebra cut, hun-I Dixie Dhfe
I Limited.Flyer. RANGEIf
dreds of thousands of cubic yards of Lv Orlando A. C. L..lt:31 am 3:13 pm I y Orlando. ........................ ':13 pmr COOKING A PLEASURE
earth must be removed therein to Jacksonville, A. C. 1..... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonvllle ..................... 7:30pm
Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:3Sam 8:25 pm v Jacksonville, A. C. 1.. ........... 8:15pm you
broaden the channel to its full width. v Wa'cross. A. C. L..1l:50am 10:2Spm v Waycrosa. A. C. 1. .............10:20 pm you do your cooking with a gas range ?
During the month of r Macon G. S. 4 F....... 5:13pm 4:15 am r Macon G. S. F. .............. 3:46am the PLEASURE of cooking [_ r
total bed
February r Atlanta. C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 7:25 axe r Atlanta. C. of Ga .............. 7:12am can appreciate
excavation was 1,430,050 cubic yardsas Chattanooga, W. A..12:1Sam 1l:55am r Know" L. & N. ..............Ul9pmir cause you have no wood or ashes to carry
r r CorbL. 4 N. ................ 3
compared with 1,514,972 yards in Nashville, N. C. It St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm LouISville! L. &. N. .............. :::16 pmr pm nothing to dirty up the kitchen.All .

January. Ar SL Louis I.c."L&N. %:5Opm 7'2G am r Indianapolis ?a. 1.. ............ 1:50 am
Ar Lexington L. N. ............ 6:50 pm I I YOU have to do is to strike a match and
L. I N........... 6:27pm Ar had
Ar Jlopkinsville ; Cincinanti i. N. 8:50 pm fire is as hot as if W
A FULL MOON Ar Evansville L. &; N..... 9::8 am 9:2Spm Ar Iialamaxoo G. R. & L ..........1%:%0 pm turn a valve and don,t hiit to
Now is the time to buy your gar- Ar Terre Haute. C. E. L. 1:10pm 1:01 am Ar Grand Rapids. G. R. L ....... 2:43pm been going an hour. Then, too, you
den 3-13-tf seed from DeLaney & Abernethy. Ar_C cago. C. 4 E. I...... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:1hm' worry about getting the fire too hot or too low _ ,

I because the gas fire is always: the same regard- j
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN i Solid train composed of section drawing- Solid less of weather or other
train composed of electric lighted
'' While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or cars room and sleeping dining care car, between observation Jacksonville compartment and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches do not cook with gas it will pay you
"News" sightseeing automobiles Chicago, and section drawing.room sleepingar between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and you
between Jacksonville and St Louis. put a range in your home on thirty
for Lookout Mountain, Point Park, Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapolis; to us
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary;j DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car,between Jacksonville and days' trial. .If it is not all we claim for it, your
I Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between will be refunded.
E Ridge and historical points. For res-' artment observation sleepers, and riectlic Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand money
section drawing-room sleepers. First-
ervations, address 910 Market street lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining car GAS DEPARTMENTf
33Apr.23 I erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.

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dinners of the
of the prettiest
Thursday at the
I' season was given
Keystone by Mrs. S. Fell Jones, as
,. sisted by Mrs. Mary Allison, the honor

\ t guests.being Mrs. Margaret Galey,, -

.. .../.';{ of Charleroi, Pa., and Mrs. E. L = =
; rR '!" 3"r te- T .. .:r
::!, of Bellevernon, Pa, a niece of ; '11
Sears, ====

# ra ': Mrs. Jones.among Mrs.her Galey friends, affectionatelyknown as "grand :: it he, ?\) (t1iJ1f(;\( ( : \S} == t

; mother," has passed the 93rd milestone

enjoy of and her appreciate life but is all still the able good to .0::/f YOUR: HOand{ CHGUDKENDepend ( ; ( I =---=0
: things that come; and this artistic

I and most enjoyable dinner might well largely upon hov/ much you =
I be called one of the good things. It .
.} was prepared and served under theI I save and teach them to save _

\.._..... \\, I ,;, supervision of Mrs. McMakin, the
J -: How much have and savedTHIS =
.. i \ : : mention ofhose name and master you they f
..... l'... :" '\ ". ... .. ': hand are sufficient to insure enjoy
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,"' .->./IT/. '\ """,,.":",,......".\......"-.-.;:". .....:----....--== -.-. .;---.-.... -..,-..--,,-,-.--- :--.. Pink Michelmas daisies and sweet === ,:};. ( -[-'.- :
) peas formed the decorations and at
-- .- . -- each plate with the place card was a
nosegay of pansies.A .
most delicious dinner of five

a I courses was served and after the cof-
Travel on "A.B.A. Cheques fee Mrs. Fickes acted as mistress of !

q You can pay your hotel bills with them;buy railway and steamship ceremonies. Remarks were made byMiss : US MSIYOU J I 1 -
tickets; use them for purchases. They are the most convenient as well Romaine Clark, Mrs. Cook, Mrs.

as the safest kind ofM travel money;"your counter-signature identifies you. Picot, "Grandmother" Galey, Mrs.
fJ J "A.BA"Cheques supply the urgent need for an International Currency Sears, Mrs. Murray Clark, Mrs. Bea- We have .several plans for teaching

They are the only travelers cheques accepted under the law bont, Mrs. Thompson and others. All systematic saving and will be pleased -
for U. S. Customs duties Call or write for booklet. expressed appreciation of the bountiful -
s hospitality of Mrs. Jones, for what to explain them al1.Peoples .
3 The State Bank of Orlando custom is sweeeter or draws us more, ( /
closely together than "breaking
bread" with our friends?

There were many good wishes ex-
f tended to the hostess for good health National Bank
and happiness as well as hopes of all
I meeting in Orlando again next year.
a Not a little fun was enjoyed by "
"It is a pleasure to serve you.
guessing the answers to conumdrums
propounded by some of the ladies. 1
All too soon the happy moments

passed and good-byes were said re
V gretfully. t
Those were Mrs. Samuel
4 MR. AND MRS. THOMPSON THE turns back to Dixie and I must go'Those Jones( Mrs. E. L Sears, Mrs. Thomas -, !, I ..I y i'' I I ,I I !' I; ill ..I dI Llhl ,,111NIIJ..I ,r.l !' .I I VN; > 'I IJIPI, III p i,. IIII li lu I II'10,''hp l ?!IgI ''IIIN ',n'I

GUESTS OF HONORMr. present were Mr. and Mrs L: Daly, Mrs. James S. McKean, Mrs. I I I I i illl Idl' I lik l ll 'Hl I I VIII Ih I I I IIII I il Irli i I'h+II N I IIIr it! I i !I I I! INI) ,I NI hll'' II IIli!' ll,,h GI q.? II I IIG lhllh! I Till Ii ipl I I I I IbIII G I M'IH I III ,Ip' Ill ll ll 61}lIIIllll l l! ; "FI II, ,' ,'!

i James Thompson, of Seallstown, Pa.;; Thomas P. Grant, ilrs. Robert Galey,

and Mrs. James Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dalby, and Byror Miss Anna Galey, Miss Cora Todd, !I MISS SOPHIA LOCKHART HAS find the ring in her slice. Miss Ger- Yowell, Jesse Pedrick, Madeline Al-
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dalby and son, Irwin, of Greencastle, Ind.; Mr. and Miss Lucy Todd, Mrs. 0. R. Cook, trude Davis found the dime in hers, len, Bessie Allen, Vera Bouton, Celia
who have been spending the winterat Mrs. E. 0. Vail, of Ocean Grove, N Mrs. Drake, Mrs. Ida Galey, Mrs. BIRTHDAY PARTY while Miss Anne Taylor found the Salomon, Don Evans, Wm. Albright,

the house of Mr. Geo. E. Macy, I: Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Simms' ,,, Howard Atha, Mrs. C. C. Reichard, Miss fifteenth Sophia birthday Lockhart last celebratedher night at bade thimble.their At hostess a late a fond hour good the night party,I Jeff born Dade Phillips, Claiborne, Virgil Proctor Walton, Thomas, Well-

: left for their homes Tuesday on the I of Waterbury, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs Mrs. D. C. Thompson, Mrs. Mitchell, her home on Livingston avenue. Never wishing her many happy returns of Brown, Emily Blass, Joe Musselwhite,
X midnight train. The guests in the J. L. Roberts, of Chester, Pa.; Mrs. Mrs. Caroline Picot, Mrs. John Mar- did a merrier crowd of young peo- the day. Alice Tiedtke, Margaret Schumann,
;3 house learned that it was the wedding John .Harrington, and Mr. and Mrs. tyn, Mrs. Mary Fickes, Mrs. H. B. ple gather .than on this occasion Among those present were: "Bud"' Charlie Williams, Gladys Buckelew Anne,
Fannie ,
Osborn, Robert Davis, Richard Tucker Lois Pedrick, Taylor
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Geo. E. Macy, of Orlando. Meyers, Mrs. Murray Clark, Miss Romaine There were nearly were a hundred played pres-dur- i Elsie Gore, Guylynne Evans, Rol- Taylor, Helen Griscom, Fannie Rucker -
:: so a surprise was planned and Clark, Mrs. George Irons, Miss ent.ing the Many evening.games Miss Ruth Holly, of la Seymour, Wacil Turner, Jane Gard- Sarah Stagg, Ruth Thompson,
carried out to the letter. They received Sarah Braden, Mrs. Samuel Walker,! the Cathedral school, won the first ner, Lucile Lucius, Gertrude Badger, Connie Wray, Emma Lummus, Evelyn -
Olive oil and spices. We have the Mussel- Ruby Shiver, lone Neal,
while Mr. Kathryn Badger Troy
some useful presents and a Mrs: Margaret Galey, Miss Emma prize given for the girls, I
Jones, Dorothy
Lin- Marion Jones, Lillian
., very enjoyable evening was spent. best. 25 years in the business. Try Tippens, Mrs. 0. P. Shaffer, Mrs. W. boys.Emil Bloss Later carried ambrosia off and the cake prize were for li I white vile,Ula Howard Helms Phillips, Main, Estella Floyd, Ruth Chalfant, Paul Banks, Inez Cain, ,

Before refreshments were served Mr. us. McElroy Pharmacy. 3-14-31 A. Hewl, Mrs. Ethel McMakin, Mrs. served. The young folks eagerly Holly, Marjorie Davis, Elizabeth Gris- Mary Williams, Frances Williams, ,.
: and Mrs. Macy presented their guests Joseph Robbins, Miss Elizabeth Robbins pushed their way around the table toget com, Frances McCamy, "Toad" Ma- Duane Tinklepaugh, Victor Wray,
i Johnson Frank Merck, Olive Barker, Helen
William Lewter, Irene -
with a Florida scene, saying they I Miss May Robbins, Mrs. Susan a glimpse of the beautiful birth- gruder Hurlburt, Willie Banner,
; Buy your garden seed from DeLaney cake lit artistically with fifteen Clarence McKay, Maury Smith, Way, Helen
hoped next fall when they looked at t! & Abernethy. Just received a Yowell, Mrs. George Galey, Mrs. day candles. up When it was cut Miss I I Philip Frey, Howard Cook, Gordon Ella Nystrom, Flora Hodges, Morris
the picture they would say, "My heart big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-ti, Mary Allison, Mrs. S. Fell Jones. Celia Salomon was the lucky one to Hughes, Robert Duckworth, Elizabeth Osborne.If .

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