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Title: The morning sentinel
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Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: March 24, 1914
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe

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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1914. NUMBER 36.

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TROOPS r AND FEDERALS ON BORDER Requisites South, Says Necessary Mr. Craig for Success in the in Taxpayers Pay Up Urged to Save to Get Cost in Line of and DISTRICT T CANDIDATES T TO f FOLLOW


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Noblesville, Ind., Ledger Advertising. I -

AMERICAN CAVALRYMAN PLANS FOR FARMERS[ TO HflPR MEETING AT NEW SMYRNA
Orlando, beautiful, progressive Or. Just week from the tax
today
one DISTRICT I I
1 COMMITTEE[[ NOTES[
WOUNDED AND SEVERAL lando! Beautiful by reason of its LEAVES MATTER WITH ]
REDUCE R[ U [ COST O T Of UYINGPresident books will close, and those property
KILLED location, nestling its fifteen
MEXICANS among owners who have not paid their taxes COMMITTEE
lakes; beautiful by reason of its by that time will by this default have The Ocean House at New Smyrna,
homes surrounded and shaded the home of Capt. Frank Sams, is
lovely an
Lowof National Civic Fed their names inserted in the list of de-

NO DETAILS ARE[ GIVEN[ OUT YH eration to Appoint Committeefor by adorned palm with and flowers live oak and trees tropical and linquents; moreover, they will haveto WHITE[ PRIMARY DECLARED[ f FOR R appropriate convention of setting the old-fashioned for a political kind.

pay the cost of advertising in ad- Capt. Sams is a veteran of the convention -
Study plants the year round. It is progres- dition to their taxes. days in Florida, and his house

OFFICER IN CHARGE OF DETACHMENT sive because its citizens are "live Up until a few weeks ago the taxes FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE has political been conclaves.the scene of For many famous

REFUSES TO MAKE i New York, March 23.-Special.-( ) wires"-up and at the game-and always were being paid more promptly than FOLLOWS ACTION Capt. Sams has been a familiar many figure years

Farmers are to be urged by the National swearing by and praying for usual, and Tax Collector Martin was during the sessions of the legislatureat
STATEMENT EXCEPT IN OF STATE COMMITTEEAS
Civic Federation to assist in a Orlando. beginning to congratulate himself Tallahassee, sometimes as a regular -
OFFICIAL REPORT plan for reducing the cost of livingby If there is knocker within its bor- TO ELECTORS member, but often as a memberof
a that this would be a record year in the "third house." He is invariably -
purchasing their supplies and mar ders, we have not heard of him; if this respect. The amount of taxes there, and wherever the Captain

Del Rio, Tex., March 23.Spe( keting their products on a co-opera- there is a quitter, we have not seen I paid was thousands in advance of The fourth congressional district stops he is surrounded by a group,

cial.)-Shots were exchanged between tive system.As him. With such conditions and with previous years, but a slump came and committee, which met at New Smyrna I for stories he with is famous"pep."as The a narrator hotel is of of

United States troops and Mexican the first step in the campaign,I I such a spirit animating the people of the tax collector has been doing little yesterday, fixed an assessment of II generous proportions and solid com-

Seth Low, president of the federation! ,I this city, great progress is being in the way of issuing receipts for $25 each to be paid by the candidatesfor fort. Those days are few when the
federals near McGee.'s Crossing Sun- today was elected chairman of the made here. some time. He would much prefer to congress in this district, and guests may not be sure of a fish
chowder of such flavor as only the
day afternoon. department on agricultural conditions II. Some twelve years ago I spent part make it a clean slate and have no passed resolutions providing for a cooks of the coast can achieve. The

One United States cavalryman was and rural betterment, and authorizedto of the winter here. On my return property to advertise for sale, but speaking itinerary and specifyingthat hotel faces the Indian river across

l' wounded. appoint a committee on the ,plan : this week, I would not have known the law as it is written is plain only white electors shall be per- which may be seen the roofs of the
cottages at Coronado Beach and
The casualties on the Mexican side and its scope. the place, if I had been dropped down enough, and the collector will follow mitted to vote in the primary of to the left the light house at away Mos-

have not been learned definitely, although Men and women of prominencefrom without knowing "where I was at." it, since he has no alternative. June 2.The quito Inlet is visible.

it has been reported that several every section of the count It then a town of about 3,500 This week should be an extremely committee met in the Ocean

were killed and wounded. participated in the conference, rypopulation, modest and unpretentious. busy one for the collector, and i il t House at 2 o'clock. Mr. W. J. Sears, "Chic" Acosta was the first to ar

The officer in charge of the detachment was followed by lunch today in the Now it is a city of 8,000 people, put doubtless will be. Taxpayers will who' was secretary of the second district rive.urday He reached New Smyrna Sat-

refused to make any statement Hotel Astor. The speakers included ting on metropolitan airs and boasting save trouble and expense by payin I committee before the passage coast. on He a didn't campaign know about trip down the com the

regarding the affair .except that Andrew Carnegie, Dr. Albert Shaw, of its supremacy-over all combat promptly, before March 31. I'I I of the redistricting act which trans- mittee meeting to be held at New

which he has made in his official report Dr. Grace Kirkland, of Atlanta, Ga., itors in its class. Like other cities in formed the second into the fourth Smyrna until .he. .got there,_ and remained -
I and Mrs. Thomas M. Owen, of Montgomery Florida, it is "spreading itself' and with the elimination of a few coun- I over. "fnic" assured me that
to General Bliss. -
II I Ala.COMPILING. I values are somewhat inflated. When I PREPARING[ f FOR R RECEPTION[ [ TO 1 ties and the addition of one, called he St.would Johns,carry Putnam the counties and Palm of Beach Duval,,

I was here a dozen years ago there : the meeting to order. He stated that and would break even in Dade. lie

was a lot on one of the main streets GRAND l LODGE OFFICERS the meeting which had been called to said he didn't know many people in
C COUNCIL N R REPORTS[ ON DEATH OF f Orange but would
DATA fOR THE[ FIRST J with 90 feet front that I could have take place at Jacksonville March 14 later. "Chic" has get been over in this the way

BRITISH H S SUBJECT BEN i ON bought for $3,000. Last year it sold lacked one of having a quorum and but a few weeks and it must be race ad-
QUARTERLY[ STATEMENT for $400 a front foot, or $36,000. On Committees Meet and Matters Are had been adjourned to meet at New mitted from his accounts that he is

this lot was erected a four story blockat Whipped Into Shape for Smyrna. He suggested the reorgan- a whirlwind campaigner. "Chic" believes -

a cost of $65,000, which is used fora ization of the committee as the fourth that he and President Wilson
Perceval Says That Ranchman Was Event of April 16 have equal claim to the number "13"
City Clerk Jansen Is. Busier Than department store that would do i district committee, and this organ-; as an amulet. There are thirteen
Not Shot but Was Probably credit ization the electionof counties in the fourth
Ever to Indianapolis. The entire was perfected by district, and
the
During Closing
Stabbed to Death building is used for the store and 45 A meeting was held yesterday af- Judge Bert Fish, of DeLand, as Chic" has thirteen letters in his
Days of :March ternoon by the committee chairmenwho name-St. Elmo W. Acosta. He was
persons are employed. However, chairman, and Mr. J. H. Reese, of Or- elected to the legislature in the
Washington, March 23.-British values are on a more substantial ba- have in charge the arrange- lando, as secretary. The roll call 1913, and passed every one of year the
Consul Perceval's official report of City Clerk Carl Jansen is much sis than at some nearby cities further ments for the reception to be givenat showed the following counties repre- thirteen bills that he introduced. He
busier these last the armory the evening of April sented does business in Warehouse No. 13 at
the killing of William S. Benton, a during day of March south, especially St. Petersburg. Orlando : Jacksonville, and has thirteen
British subject, at Juarez, received at than he has been because he is com- is the county seat of Orange 16 by Olivette Commandery, Knights Seminole, Frank A. Woodruff. why the people should elect reasons him to.

the embassy here today, says: "No piling his data for the first quarterly i county, which is the banner countyof Templar, to the grand lodge officersof Volusia, Bert Fish. congress.

pistol shots" were fired in the fight statement under the commission formof the state in the production of or- .the. state.. . . .. .. ." Putnam, W. E. Warren.
which ended in the ranchman's death, government. anges, while Manatee county ranks About tour nunarea InVItatiOns win Palm Beach, George 0. Butler. Claude L'Engle was the only candi- ,

leaving the7 inference that he was The commission charter requires first for grapefruit. This county is be issued, including the Masons of Dade, G. Duncan Brossier. date mittee who was not present at the com- ;
Orlando and a number of others in meeting. When the absence of
settled than of the Monroe W. H. Malone.
stabbed. that a statement of city affairs be more thickly some the congressman was
explained
Consul Perceval's published every quarter. The city counties further south that are just Orlando, in addition to the grand Osceola, W. J. Sears. Albert Williamson, he said that by
the
report was clerk hopes' to have his informationin now being opened up, and its wealth lodge officers. A royal supper will Orange, J. H. Reese. Claude had gone back to Washington,
result of his
investigation conductedat under the direction of saying that he didn't have
such shape that he will be able to and resources are centered at Or- be prepared The courtesies of the floor were any oppo-
the order of Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, I sition, and didn't see the need of mak-
Chef Jordan of the San Juan, and
British present the statement to the commissioners lando. To illustrate. There are three extended to farmer Congressman ing a campaign.
ambassador.It does not make
at the expiration of this I prosperous banks here, with deposits after the feast there will be a dance. Charles Dougherty, and to the candidates -
any definite charge as to the mannerof
Eminent Commander S. A. Johnsonof
Benton's death further than to month. I aggregating a million and a half dol- i for congress, all of whom W. H. Malone, of Key West, was
Reports from all the departmentshave lars. The leading bank ,is the Citi- Olivette Commandery is general were present with the exception of the last man to enter. He has served
establish that it was not by shooting, been asked for zens' State Bank of Orlando. Witha chairman and he has an able corps of Congressman Claude L'Engle.The in the house and senate of the Florida -
including
as was first said by Villa, who ex- a com-, legislature, and has the
local
assistants. The commanderyisfamous reputa-
I capital of only $50,000, its reporton first matter to have attentionwas
plete inventory of the tools tion of
plained that the Englishman had been property, being a hard worker. lIe is
executed live stock and other items that come December: 31, 1913, showed a sur- for its hospitality and the the petition of Messrs. AlbertW. strong on the lower East Coast, and ;
courtmartial.by a Friends firing of squad Benton after properly within the statement. The' plus of $35,000 and deposits of $774- coming event is being anticipatedwith Williamson, St. Elmo W. Acosta is going to make a telling campaign.

on 788.49. great pleasure. I and W. J. Sears, candidates, that the -
the border charged that Villa him-' audit made upon the close of the last I or ;
self had shot the ranchman with a administration has been of considerable On Wednesday, the cashier showedme committee map out an itinerary for I I I the Joe meeting.bears was He the came last to arrive at
value in making this state. his balance sheet, which showed the candidates to follow during the across country -
up in his
pistoL BIGGEST NEW Y YORK BANK I IS i automobile and had an accident -
The broad ment. deposits of $876,000-a gain in two campaign. The petition was not which delayed him. Joe says
inference that Bentonwas months of over $100,000. And it was signed by Mr. W. H. Malone nor by that: this is not to be taken as indica-
stabbed is regarded HUSTLING f FOR R BUSINESS S tive of the he
as especially in this bank that I found my good Congressman L'Engle.The race is going to run.

significant information in connection with other R ROOSfVEIT O [ PARTY NOT LOST T IN young friend, Lewis Bray, who was chairman invited the candi- .-
received
here that the dates to their views in Albert Williamson arrived Sunday
for four years the careful and effi express re-
constitutionalist commission which in- Operation of Federal Reserve System evening and had soon met everybody .
BRA1IUANRIVER cient employe of the Noblesville Gas I gard\\ to arranging such an itinerary. in the hotel. This thing of being a '
vestigated the affair has found that Will Cause Loss of Many
Mr. Williamson the
was first to candidate
company. Lewis has a fine positionand I re- must be a lonely business.
Benton was stabbed by one of Villa's barring a little homesickness! Big Accounts spond. He said that he favored the I observed Acosta and Williamson "'.'

officers who is expected to be tried. Reassuring Cablegram Is Received now and then, thinks there is no New York, March 23.-(Special.)- idea because It would be of great ad- marching the evening out, after of the having dining supped room to-in

Consul Perceval's report also states From Fiala Who Is Colonel's place on earth like Orlando. In this The National City bank, the biggestin vantage to the candidates. In pre- gether. Albert was in front, head _
that Benton went to Villa unarmedto bank are ten employes, all bright the United States, is going into vious campaigns he said it had hap- and shoulders taller than "Chic." ,

protest against the theft of his Companion on ExpeditionNew young men, half of whom are even new fields after business.It pened that candidates had been invited Both were outwardly unconcerned. I "
cattle I and that finding with wondered what they had talked about .:
agrees to address
i younger than Lewis. The young men developed today that its partici- meetings and after and what they were thinkingofcourse
the contention of Benton's friends. York, March 23.-(Special.)_! are to the front down here. Lewis pation in the James B. Duke's plan traveling hundreds of miles to be they hadn't talked of what

"Roosevelt is safe," according to a and I have spent several pleasant for the organization of a warehouse present had not been given an oppor- which was uppermost in their minds.

dispatch from Mr. Fiala,, who was hours hob-nobbing together. corporation to aid the spinners and tunity to speak. This occurred, he There they were, each sequesteredamid
I
AVERY[ Will MAKE RACE E f FOR R RS the ex-president's companion on the That this country is prosperous is manufacturers in financing their pur- said, when the meetings had been simply the mountain because he peaks is a candidate.of loneliness :

expedition.The chases of cotton marks the initial managed for the benefit of local can-
indicated by the number of automo- -
S SUPREME[ [ COURT O J JUSTICE E party divided, Fiala taking biles. As the common phrase is step taken in its campaign for new didates, and had worked a hardshipon rived Duncan Brossier, from Miami, ar-
charge of one and Roosevelt the oth- is it" r business. other candidates who were not i in Sunday afternoon, and Geo. 0.
Everybody with
doing the Butler, of Palm Beach, came Sunday
Ir, auto. The Ford leads the procession, A report today said the bank is the favor of the local managers. night, and Monday morning trains
Well Known Pensacola Lawyer Qual .Fiala's party met a mishap in the as elsewhere. Today I stood on' Main making new plans to compensate it Mr. Malone expressed himself as and automobiles delivered the others.

ifies as Candidate for Seat rapids of a Brazilian river. Two .of street and within two blocks, counted for the ultimate loss of the interior opposed to the idea. He said it would
Judge Bert Fish
t on Upper BenchA their canoes were sunk with equip- forty automobiles. bank deposits that will result from interfere with the individual cam chairman of the committee, who was, is a elected splendid

ment and food. It is not believed Another fish story. Yesterday, I the operation of the federal reserve paigns that the candidates would map presiding officer. He is of con-

that any scientific data and speci- took the auto bus and went out to system. The bank is said to be considering out for themselves, and as for him gressional size, and if he cares to go I
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special from Pensacola says: self he didn't feed like his some day he won't find much trouble :
mens collected were lost. Oakland, 18 miles. At that place is the solicitation of interior giving up in I
making it.
John C. Avery, one of the leading I commercial accounts which have here own plan of campaign to follow thatwhich
one of the finest fishing lakes in the
J. H. P.. ,
r attorneys of Pensacola and of the J
FOR FLORIDA FISH HATCHERY i state. But the weather was bad, the 1 tofore been left for interior banks: the committee might arrange. .1
state for that matter, has just qualified I Yet he said if the committee
day cloudy, water rough and the finny,. it being considered improper to so ar CLASSMATE OF PRESIDENT DIES -,
with the secretary of state as a Omnibus Bill Introduced by North. tribe was off the reservation. I did licit these accounts and receive de ranged an itinerary he as a candidate SUDDENLY

candidate for the supreme court Carolina Congressman Contains not have much luck, bringing back posits of interior banks at the same would feel somewhat obligated to fol -

bench. Mr. Avery has been practic- Item for This State I only half a dozen bass and pike that time. low itMr. Washington, March 23.-(Special.)
ing law in Pensacola since 1873. His Sears said he
was willing to -Burr J.
Ramage
weighed about 2 pounds each. It assistant attorney 1)
known all over Florida for his ability the other live towns in the leave the matter entirely with the of the
Washington, March 23.The omnibus was a good day's outing anyway. I Some of department of justice, and
in the practice of the law. H e, fish hatcheries bill have rest for committee. He saw some advantagesand a classmate
which hay s saw an alligator about 12 feet long state provided rooms of President Wilson at :
was drawn into the present race b just been introduced in the visitors those cities. Where i is some disadvantages in following Johns l
house of and got to within about 30 feet of to Hopkins, dropped dead at his '>
his many legal friends in various i representatives by RepresentativeFaison same before he woke up and jumped there a room where our friends from an itinerary, but was ready to join desk today, from heart disease. He

sections of the state. of North Carolina, a memberof into the water. We did not have a adjoining towns or any other visitorsto the other candidates in making the, was formerly professor of law in the

The candidate graduated from the the house committee on merchant gun or he would have been our meat this city can step in and sit downto plan a success. f' University of the South, in Sewanee,
University of Georgia in 1872. The marine and fisheries, appropriates and I could have served alligator rest? The city park does only Mr. Acosta said he was heartilyin Tenn.

next year,he was admitted to practicein $50,000 to establish a fish hatchery i in sandwiches to Brother Howe for a fairly well in pleasant weather, and favor of the idea. He saw in its I {
the courts of this state. Since that Florida the the board of trade is operation a better chance to before The I
exact location to be selected year. In the afternoon, with a man room too small get April .magazines are things of
time he has been actively engaged i it in by the commissioner of fish from Philadelphia, I went back loaded for general use.-Tropical Sun, Palm the people at a smaller expenseContinued J beauty and a joy for many a day.

t his profession in Pensacola. eries. (Continued on page ) Beach. ( on page 8) : Curtis & O'Neal, book store..r .

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To THE WEST
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The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI
Certainly progress was shown in I church announces a "mysterious tea"for hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
re-election to the office of Supervisor of VIASMINOU
the exhibits at the Orange county I April 1st. They say they want Registration for Orange County subject*to
t I to pre-empt the day, so make this announcement the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd
fair, and more competition for hon I so far beforehand.' They 1914. ( LIMITED(
ors was in evi'lence. While this exposition I promise all sorts of fun,, and will FRANK H. WILLIAMS. < .

s was the result ,,! the cooperation serve this Something menu: Most Needed hereby announce FOR SHERIFFI myself as a candidatefor Lv Orlando ............... 3:13 pm
t of tour cointies-Volusia, Condensed Curd Impertinence Sheriff of Orange County subject to the Ar Jacksonville ........... 7:30 pm TODAY AT
Osceola, Seminole and Orange-the Mineral Mixture Democratic primary of June 2nd. 1914. Lv Jacksonville,Ra.,A.C. L. 9:00 pm
farmers of tha last two were not going Bathing Appliance Cake FRANK GORDON. Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm
Sidewalk FOR COUNTY TREASURERI Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L..... 1:15 am
chances of their neigh Slippers Motion Picture Co's
to run any What Babies and Brides Receive I I hereby announce myself a candidate for Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L..... 2:40 am Montgomery
bors carrying oF.1 honors, and sob Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the
What Our Grannies Used to Card I Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am
of June 2nd 1914.
surpassed their previous efforts in Long Remembrance Democratic primary J. H. TUCKER. 1 Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
demonstrating the fertility of their Love's Request Most Precious I Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 amr
Frigid ConsonantIn FOR TAX ASSESSORI Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p Grand Theater"THE
hereby announce my candidacy for the Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05
soilCitrus the store formerly occupied by pm
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject -
fruits held far the most
by M. B. Ives. 3-21-td to the action of the Demooraitc primary Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.._. 7:46 pmAr
prominent place in the exposition.The I called I for June 2nd. .1914.; If nominated andelected utony., I..:. C......._9:35 pm
growers and independent pack. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSTax 1 pledge you mj; faithful ARTHUR service.BUTT. 'Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C..........11:07 pm THEATER BEAUTIFUL"FLORIDA'S .
Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.1213 am
ers showed keen rivalry in competingfor books for the payment of
prizes offered and it must be said State and County taxes close the last hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTORI myself as a candidatefor Ar St. Louis, :Mo., I. C...... 7:05 am FINEST PICTURE HOUSE
day of March, after which all re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof
that there were entered some fine I which the taxes have property been Orange County subject to the Democratic Ar Centralia, 111., I. C. ..... 1:38 am
not
on
fruit and excellent packs. Perhaps paid will be advertised. Come primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If re- Ar Matoon\ J11., I. C._..... 3:30 am "THE THIRD DEGREE,"
now
elected I pledge to you my faithful serviceas ....
Ar Champaign, 111., I. C. 4:29 am
j it was the knowledge that the sub- ;if you would avoid the rush at the I have endeavored to give in the pastW.
MARTIN. Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C..... 6:20 am
exchange of the Florida Citrus Exchange last and save cost of. E.advertising.W. MARTIN. E. Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C.....-.. 7i50 am (By the author of 'The Lion and the Mouse")
would have its usual large
display that acted as a stimulus. 3-10-lOt. Tax Collector MMMMMMMMMMMtlShoe Solid Through Trains Composed of A five-reel Lubin production of Charles Klein's fa-

Eleven associations, comprising the Buy garden seed from DeLaney > observation, compartment, drawing- mous play of politics.
your
Repairing : room, section, sleeping cars, and f-sc
Sub-Exchange, had & Abernethy. Just received I
Orange County a
in
I This play had a run of over one year the Hudson
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville -
the most prominent display. They
did not show for competition. Theirswas by PARCEL POSTMen's : and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand Theater, iji New YorK City and is counted one of

an exhibition of the "Exchange Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em II St. Louis. All meals in dining the most popular plays of the day.
Court street. 12-5-tf
way" and their brands, Chief Inspector on Half Soles, 7SC to 8SC car.For
Mr. B. E. Morrill, of Tampa, and Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c : I Jets and Pullman car reservations MUSIC BY A FIVE-PIECE ORCHESTRA

Mr. A. B. Johnson, manager of the Sentinel want ads. get result,. Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750 : all on
Orange County Sub-Exchange, had Hand Turned Soles, $I.OJ W. R. or O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Afternoon performance 3:30 to 5:30; Evening, 7 to

this exhibit in charge. Next in line i Heels Repaired, 250 II D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, 10:00.

in point of quantity and quality were A Genuine Bargain. I I All work returned in 24 hours.I Atlantic Coast Line,
the vegetableS-all of Florida's well Orders without remittance returned : Orlando. CHILDREN lOc. ADULTS 20c
known varieties were shown in their in Real EstateGood I' C. O. D.Ve pay I .
*"' return postage. : WOOD, COAL AND ICE
prime.
eight-room house I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
Last year the coops in the poultry II
with connected kitchen I Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
department were just about sufficient A. Hanson :
to house the birds shown, but this twenty acres first class land Pine Street ,
al! cleared 315 bearing 19 East OLIVE OIL AND SPICESWe
r year there were three times as many :
ORLANDO FLORIDA have the best. 25 in the
Trees in first class years
birds shown, and there was a decided Orange MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMFOR .
improvement in the various classes, condition, fine bloom. Land ... ... . .. . . . . . macy.business. Try- us. McElroy 3-14-3t Phar-

too. The temporary shelter provided can easily be subdividedinto I

; for the overflow was the regulation five-acre tracts, is on i

, coop, though, so all entries were road to Conway, 2 1-2 For Economy and purchase

well cared for. The livestock miles from Court House,
1 on exhibition of
created a decidedly better road on two' sides, main Supreme Auto Oil W RIG H T co power your money
& SEnD T. ,
impression than that shown last year, road will be bricked this I REALTY REAL ESTATE ry Wright's" Farm
there being some thoroughbred Jer- year. Has rural delivery,
seys and Angus,shown that would be and shool wagon. Sold to The oil that has Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in

4 a credit to their owners at any expo- close and estate. CHEAPfor Orlando, Florida.
bulk. "Motto"
: sition. A much better showing couldbe cash, or very reasonable stood the supreme Quantity

made in the live stock line, how- terms will be made. test and Quality.

. ever, if the farmers would only takea LORD & BRADSHAW .
little more interest. The stock is Fresh Eggs 29C doz. I Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.

k within the boundaries of the counties Exclusive Agents --.- __ -' THATGooo -. ___ Sweet Milk 13C qt. Ice sac 100 Ibs., Limes I5C doz.

;, but the pride of the farmers has l tll'II""lslell Sweet Milk 07C pint I Fresh Butter Milk loc qt.
! not been groused. Corn and several
Individual Ibs. Ass't Fruits "That Present" delivered by Express,
Package 10 ,
r varieties of hay demonstrated that
: progress was being made along this! fu. BucKmaster Gulf Gasoline (charges prepaid) all points east of( Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

t line also.

A baby show to stimulate better 340 Acres Good Land
Osteopathic Physician
: babies, preserves, canned goods, cane

syrup, game fish, the hides and furs 132 Orange Avenue 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,
" of all kinds of game that Florida is
: noted for, modern machinery and implements Next door to People's Bank, ! P. WALTON, Agt. I
best of water three lakes. Snap bargain sale
for the care of the grove up-stairs. Acute and chronic ,
'
and farm, flowers, plants and shrubbery diseases treatedTelephone PHONES 450269
of all description, horse races

. and aeroplane flights were ome of 578. .. . . . . . . . *MMMMtMMMMMMiMMMMIiMtMMMIMItMMtMMMMMIMMIOMMMI*MMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMCONDENSED ::
: the many things that made the fair

. attractive. That the farmers and
{ tourists were appreciative is shown Stationery that is not StationaryOurs REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF

by the increase in attendance
previous .ears.-A. B. Grout, in Florida over '
a Grower. is constantly on the move becausewe ORlANDO BANK a TRUST I COMPANY\ .

have what the public desires and at reas-

,FUN onable, prices.

Our stock is so varied that we can fur- Orlando, Florida.

dance Fun on is the the wine glittering of life;bubbles the season that nish most anything you want in size tint At the Close of business March 4th, 1914, as called for by the

: ing that adds relish and spice to the finish or weight. Just now we are selling a Comptroller of, the State
.
solid meats of every day happenings.It great many boxes of Initial CorrespondenceCards. RESOURCESLoans .

is full of magic, for it brings smilesto Unless your name begins with X, and Discounts . . . . . .'.'I. . . . . $392,709.86

the tearful and tears to the merry. The cards Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,130.41
Laughter, one of the splendid giftsof we probably have your initial. are Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
God to man, is the lawfully wedded fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 26,437.37Cash

7 possible.To wife of.Fun, and there is no divorce and see them. They are only 50c a box. We on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 335,709-30

the young Fun is a right, to old also have the initial paper to match the $781,996.27

people a privilege, to the sorrowful a card LIABILITIES

pleasure, to the happy greater joy Capital $100,000.00

and rest.to the wise a relaxation and a W. S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits '. 30,854.36

Due to Banks . 1,657.00
r In argument it is all powerful, un-
The Arcade Book and Music Store
seating the learned and the scornful.In Deposits . . . . . . . .'. . . . . . . . . 649,484.91 ..
instruction it is a special master .

key which unlocks the mind of the t 1.111111111111111111111111..1. . . til $781,996.27
student to the words of the teacher.
' Fun is greater than many revolutions Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38

for it shakes the king on his Grove Land Deposits on Feb 4, 1914 . .. . . . .,. . . . . 649,484.91

throne and makes the president trem

ble. The low spirited are cheered by .
Increase in 60 days$128,317.53'
it, and the proud and haughty are ;

brought low. The beggar's crust by The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
it is made appetizing and it aids the This Season's Best Bargain Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

digestion of the gouty epicure. friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand

Fun is a great peacemaker and a to express their appreciation of their patronage, that
s great equalizer. All men need it : H @ made such a statement possible.
sometimes, every one enjoys it and : .a ,
existence is better and brighter if : M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.

we look at it through the rose colored M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, CashierSSSSSSSSJJ

spectacles of fun. 55 acres fronting on Orlando-Sanford (

hard road. In sight of and three minutes

Orlando has the honor of being the walk from R. R. station, Postoffice...and Ads? NOTICE
Ever Try Our Classified
home of the first "Men's Equal Suffrage : WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
accommodations
League" in Florida and the : good hotel They have proven their worth many Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
AND DO ALL KINDS OF times and will be valuable to
mayor of the city is its president. : just as Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
if to the test. Let them be
Price $15 Per AcreIt OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. you put
e The Orlando Sentinel gives,the names : in 1915, pay off with interest to that
agent :
your date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19
of the officers and executive committee I Renting a house, selling property or
and 20 of the City of Orlando sevener
' -all of them men of prominenceand : must be sold immediately. anything on the market, finding lost cent, bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
states that a large number of : articles, securing help or positonsin ccording tr the provisions made for
thousand be used
a ways they can

influential names as members citizens of have the new given league.their :I Or1allo Real l B Estate Co.Phone profitably edemption Dated CARL February in JANSEN said 11 bonds., 1914., City Clerk.


ami Orlando Metropolis.is to be congratulated. :: n t I .% L H. RAMSDELL ideas Painter and and W.old T.interior ones ENTRICAN, too.decorator.Phone, New 636. -12.1m W. T. ENTRICAN,

I OPTOMETRIST Expert workmen employed.Nows .
Offers to Orlando the newest and best
Olive oil and spices. We have the : 504 Watkins Blocki (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LikfDa) of workmanship in the painting and
best. 25 years in the business. Trr : i the time to subscribe. Every decorating trade. Phone 636.

us. McElroy Pharmacy. 3-14-3t P.._ __.._......._-'.__._ .._..__ L&AA... .AAA ORLANDO, FLORIDA body's doin' it. i21lmJ F '


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MUCH NEEDED MEASURE. THE SMALL ADVERTISER ON BEING SORRY .MMIMMMMMMtltHMMiittflMIIMlilttmtimtSaturday

Many a man makes a blunder and

Congressman L'Engle's Bill for Reliefof Smaller retail merchants some- spends the rest of his life being sorry March 21st

Florida Growers. Uneeda Biscuit times become discouraged by the com- for it. Thousands of people, every ,

Congresman Claude L'Engle's bill petition of newspaper space of larger day, literally eat their lives to starva-

for the relief of Florida fruit and Nourishment-fine fla stores. They imagine that people do tion because at some time or other --

vegetable growers is the best meas- vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. not read the smaller notices. they stubbed their toes.

ure ever proposed of this kind. Fort All Any newspaper man can give inci- It is well to be sorry-but after Special Sale in Linen Handkerchiefsand

years the fruit and vegetable growers 'for 5 cents, in the dents out of his personal experience that, you should forget it.

of this state have been oppressed moisture-proof package.Baronet showing the contrary. A man with a Repentance is good, but reparationis Long Kid Gloves

by discriminating freight rates. very small space indeed often tells better. Time heals and forgets.

From Chicago to Jacksonville a cart his story in such a pertinent, business What you are now is better than
30c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . 25c
of commodities can be sent for ail: like, conversational way, that readers what you were then. It's what a man

yet the same car back to Chicago, y! .F > turn to his little ad. just as a finan- does now that makes him valuable 25c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . 20c

costs over $200. cial operator turns to the stock market and likeable. History thinks too muchof
20c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . 15c
Claude L'Engle's bill, if it passes, its spare time to talk much about

will prove a great Messing to Flor- It does not take a gift for saying the blunders of its actors. 15c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . lOc

ida and will save hundreds of thou- smart and sharp things to make this The best way to be sorry is to show 50c Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs at. . . . . . . 40c
sands of dollars to the farmers and kind of impression. It \& simply the the world in deeds that you are human -
35c Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . . 25c
fruit growers of the state. It is a idea of writing as you talk, sayingthe enough to be bigger than your

shame the way the fruit growers things in advertising that you error. 30c Men's Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . 20c
have been treated. The discrimination would say to a customer if you had Be sorry. It's good for your soul.
25c Children's Handkerchiefs at 15c box 5c each
has kept hundreds of prospective him before the counter.A But get over it and beyond it as quickas per or

settlers out of Florida. Down BiscuitRound merchant who desires to try ad- you can.
KID GLOVES
the East Coast are thousands of acres vertising in a small way should not

of idle lands that should be under cul- thin, tender- try to say too much in that space. The earth is a beehive we all enter
; $3.50 Gloves at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.9
tivation. Florida can provide the with a delightful flavor Just a few words each time, about by one door but live i in different cells.

whole nation with the best in vege- -appropriate forluncheon some one particular thing, is most ef- -Bantu Proverb.A $3.00 Gloves at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.25

tables and fruits, but the high rates tea and dinner. fective. $2.75 Gloves at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.98
have caused discouragements. Con- xo Cents.GRAHAM. FULL MOON
gressman L'Engle has found the so- Buy your garden seed from DeLa- Now is the time to buy your garden
lution in a bill that proposes that the ney & Abernethy. Just received a seed from DeLaney & Abernethy.
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf .
lowest rate between given points in
the same direction shall prevail. His A JUVENILE PARTY MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN'Agents
who stated
The schoolboy seriously The Ladies'Aid Society of the M.E.
bill means that a Florida shipperwill that Cowper twice committed suicide(church invite you to their birthday

not have to pay three times as but afterwards died a natural death party on Thursday, March 26th, from

much to get his products to market, evidently believes that the essence of three Mrs.to J.six P.o'clock Musselwhite, at the, residenceof on East for Barclay Corsets \
that he would have to to receive
pay lies in the intent.
the act Lake Eola. A silver offering. All
the same weight from outside the cordially invited. 3-19-6t McCall's'Patterns

state. Every fruit grower in the stateis CARD OF THANKS

naturally deeply interested in CRACKERSA Don't let your winter home run Im
Congressman! L'Engle's relief bill. We wish to publicly thank those down in the summer. I will guaran-

It is a just measure and its passage food for every day. friends who contributed to make our tee to keep it in tip-top shape so
opening such a huge success, by the you will find it as you left it when
means more to Florida than any bill Crisp, tasty and gift of flowers and the loaning of you return. Make it a point to writeor

that has been introduced in congressfor strengthening. Fresh plants. The kindness was deeply appreciated see me at once.WERNER.

and one many that years.will prove Being a a blessing just bill to baked and fresh de 3-23-lt DICKSON-IVES CO. 3-19-6t F. NEHRLING. ,Louisville, Nashville R. R.

livered. 10 cents.
.
so there is --------- ----- ---- -- ---
many people no good rea-
OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
son for'anyone opposing it. I knew HUMHitMOMIMIIIIIIIIIMMHIimtMHHMOCIMc

that Claude could be depended upon CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,

to look after the general welfare of Magazi11esVeelrly ; INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,

Florida, and this is merely one of the GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.
& : .
many bills he has looking towards this Monthly - -- --
\ SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.

end. This is constructive work and We would like to call Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm :. Jacksonville 8:05
the operation of Claude L'Engle's bill pd your attention that we now j Ar. Knoxville .............1%:90 n'n Ar. Montgomery ::::::::::: 8:50 pm am
carry a large assortment of Magazines and Newspa- Ar. Lexington .............. 6:41 pm Ar. Birmingham ...........12:10 n'n
means additional prosperity for Flor- < Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville 7:40
Get
in the habit
pers. of buying your Weekly and .............. pm
ida.-Dixie. Ar. Cleveland 7:15 am Ar. Evansville"::::::::::::: 1:35 am
Monthly Magazines from us. Ar. Detroit ................. 7:45 am Ar. St. Louis .............. 7:40 am
Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm I Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38 am
Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
WHAT THE TANGO MEANS I DeLANEY & ABERNETHY \. Indianapolis ............ 7:00 am DIXIE FLYERAr.
'Chicago ............... 7:10 am
Buy biscuit baked by (Next Door to the IOc Store.) \ DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25: pm
Thirty dollars for an hour's lessonis The fastest train to the West Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
the price the tango-mad public of ... . . . . MIMUMMMMIMIMMMIIIMIIIIIIHMMMIIMMMIMIMMMimMMMMMMMIiMlttlt Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35: am Ar. Chattanooga ...........12:00 n'n
NATIONAL Ar. St. Louis .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
Chicago is paying one of its most pop- BISCUIT Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago .............:.. &:501_
ular dancing masters, and a dollar a
minute is what these steps are worthto COMPANY Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L. & N. Diners. No Better
Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast. No Dut or
New Yorkers when taught by Always look for that name Dirt
another master of the art-in these SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train with dining ears,
I coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleveland -
prodigal days of high prices. Popular and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. DiVect -
; connections to Toledo Detroit Pittsburg, Buffalo.DIXIE .
tango teachers say they would I LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
not take advertising as a gift and are I ORLANDO with coaches, dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation sleeper -
through to st. Louis on Dixie Limited over 6 hours fastest and only one
turning away pupils. Mr. and Mrs.I SCISSORED SENTIMENTSThose night outMONTGOMERY
Vernon Castle, the public's, tango I ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily, and con
necting sleepers to Chicago.
dancing idols, exhibited their art who make a specialty of

first as an experiment in a Paris thinking up new subjects for legisla- For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.
Water & Co. C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L & N. Railway,
cafe, and then the brain storm be- tion never limit their industry by any Light 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville

eight-hour-a-day rule.-WashingtonStar. 226od2a

gan.Since then it has been'tango gowns, .

tango hats, tango pins, tango slip
The Roosevelt party is reported to
pers; new materials are offered for
sale in "tango shades"; ladies attend have discovered a hitherto unknown ElectricityGas

tango. teas, with ,their hair arrangedin river, but what's one river more or r
"tango curls"; talking machinesare less in the wilds of South America?

demonstrated with "free tango -Albany Journal.
Water Ice
dances by professionals," and ma- -

chines are'sold because they are Don't gawk in affright if you see Every

adapted to the dances. Mr. and Mrs. skirts that seem about to part com- strikes

Castle now have an income of two pany with their wearers. That's one Office No. 18 West Central Ave. the printing exact r
:--- center
thousand dollars a week from these of the imminent styles.-Philadelphia everytime ;
North American.
Argentine dances.

Others were quick to see the opportunity --
In former President
one speech
or have opportunity thrust
Taft commended his and No. 6
successor Telephone
upon them, have been making from
tango more money than from waltz gave credit to his predecessor. Mr. The L C.Smith & Bros.
Taft maybe no politician, but neitheris Ball Bearing,Long Wearing Typewriter
and two step in a season from large
he sorehead. Omaha Bee. .
classes. The prices paid have been a for

seized upon by the American, Societyfor Typewriter
When Dewey and the German ad-
Thrift to further convince New
mirals have got it out of their
York University that Americans are sys- the Rural Business Man
tem, won't some one get up a debate, ... .1..1. . ..
and that
prodigal the increasing
Resolved, that the pen is mightierthan
speed and spending can only end as
the sword-Kansas City Times.A ..IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDRAWING Whether you are a small town merchantor
the cat does which chases it own tail

so hard and harder that it finally hasa a farmer you can't afford to without
,
fit.-Post-Star, Glen Falls. man eighty-four years old, livingin
Halifax, fell, heir a few days ago a typewriter.
ORLANDO O W A UINGION
to a fortune of $145,000, and
"BETWEEN SAVAGE AND TIGER" snug Typewritten letters and bills save your time and
at once began to divide it among a
Fine Showing of Six.Reel Productionat lot of relatives. This shows wisdomon give you a business standing you can get in no

Lucerne Evening Next Thursday his part, as he will leave nothingfor ROOMSLEEPING other way.

the heirs to quarrel over or the
The L. C. Smith & Bros typewriter is especially
Another splendid entertainment is attorneys to fatten on, but still we CARVIA '
scheduled for the Lucerne next would suggest to the old man that he adapted to this work because it will stand more

nificent Thursday evening-when of the"Between mag- keep enough to pay his board and wear and does not require an expert operator.
presentation
the balance of his for
days
Savage and Tiger" will occupy much lodging Anyone can learn to operate it in a short time.It .
time. This is said to be the superiorof if he does not he will go hungry to

anything yet shown in the way of bed, and have a hard time locatingthe is ball bearing throughout, simple, compact,

India jungle of pictures-and a most exciting depicts nature.life in sons bed.in the The world most are ungrateful relatives per-one ATLLNTIC L COAST T LINE[ complete.

This is to be a wonderful produc-
Mail this << today.L .
tion in every way and there can be no has helped.-Belleville Daily Ontario. coupon
one tint can afford to miss it. There
have oter. some jungle filfcs shownat OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M. C SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER CO.
the Lucerne which have attracteda Pity the por rich woman. What a Syracuse, N.Y. a
vast amount of applause from every desperate time she has every day witha Please send me free book.
beholder, but Manager Kent household of servants, a steno- jour
avows that he has shown nothing that grapher, a social secretary, two but a I I I 4o "k,... a typewriter at pram
can compare with what this one will lers, three maids, six tango invita- Tuesdays il! Saturdays I.m Biiag a typewriter had weld like-era.b..t
J
be next Thursday evening.For tions every day. The grim necessityof J D JOB/, special offer U exchange it for a mew we.aN .
this splendid six-reel showing attending all the operas and most
of the objectionable plays and ,making _
the -
there will be a matinee as well as -
social-calls. With'such demandsSt. ...
evening performance-and the admis-
F RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON P. 0Slate
sion to each of the presentations will Peter can easily overlook any wo
be twenty cents for adults and ten man's inability to attend to the little W. R. 'O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. ..
matter of duties. ,
religious
cents for the children.
W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. I

Ladies who desire correspondencewith "The Parents' Right League of ORLANDO, FLA.

gentlemen of wealth and refine- America" has been started in San George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando. W\\ -=r
ment send your description and ad- Francisco for the purpose of protect-
dress to the Metropolitan Exchange, ing the rights of parents over chil- J. Kirkland, Division passenzer Agent, Tampa.MIMIMMMIIIIIIiiMMMH .
Orlando, Fla. There is no publicity dren and to counteract the "evil in -
Ir and no fee for ladies. 3-22-lwk. fluence" of childless reformers. l lllllllllll

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SIDELIGHTSBy IMPRESSIONS OF ORLANDO MltMMMMItllMtimmiMMtllMMMMftHMIMU
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South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch) for his gatorship, but he was no for some years. The bishop has I

There will be a fine orchestra at doubt sleeping in the muddy water I visited Orlando in recent years, hisI

JOSiAH FERRIS, AND Editor WEEKLY and Owner. the Tourists Headquarters this even This lake is 12 by 20 miles in dimension -I I mother having several times been the Dickson-Ives Co.
of Deaconess Parkhill here, and
ing to entertain visitors and all oth and is an ideal place for the guest
he well known to Bishop Gray's
l Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando FlorIda ers who wish to listen to some nice sportsman. I never saw as many was
as Second Clas Mat Matter. music. The musical program will be- ducks in all my life. It looked like family long before Mr. Gray's decision -

TO ADVERTISERS: gin at half past seven o'clock. there was a million of them. The to accept the call in his diocese.

* water was black with them. And SIPE'S FLORIDA FILM A GOOD \

Copy for display and all other handset Now that the Mendelssohn Club is right around us within gunshot. But ONE
advertising must be handed in at the business Billy Sipe's four reel motion pic- DEPARTMENTAL STORE
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. to render the fascinating "Mikado,"' the game law forbids shooting at this ture of "Through Tropical Florida,"
the day before publication. This rule applies and These ducks all north which he has several p
school
u chances for contract advtrtisinr; it U all the high girls boys, as season. go upon spent
intanable and wiO be strictly adhered to. well as the members of the lower about April 1st and return next faIt years, was exhibited at the Alcazar'

grades, ought to learn how to properly Orlando has a dozen hotels, be- theater in Tampa recently, and will
be shown at the Lucerne theater in
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: pronounce the word. At present a sides many boarding houses, and all this city today and tonight. rlan o's favorite Shopping

: One Year .....................?5.00 great many of them call it "Mickadoo. -i are full of tourists from the, North.I The picture is the most completeever

Six Months ................... 2.50 ." have heard some big stories about made with Florida as a subject.
U gives the history of the oranee"from
Three Months ... .......... :... 1.25 aIn I the money made from fruit and truck I bud to breakfast," and this
In Advance. speaking of Chas. Lartigue, who farms in this county. And no doubt part of the picture is particularly interesting -
I PLACE
has lately located in that city, the many of them are true. There is no and instructive and will

Gainesville they "hope he I question but that a man with money prove a great advertisement for this
TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1914. papers say Florida product. Much of this pic-
'will become a permanent resident.I and muscle and a willingness to ture was made at the Lee & Edwards I II

Orange avenue without Chas. Lar- work can make good money here. I groves, at Thonotosassa, and its at-
The Georgia peach crop is reportedsafe tigue would be like Hamlet with Ham WILL H. CRAIG. I -jrtiveness is increased by the charm
in spite of the recent cold Fla. March 14, 1914. and grace of Mrs. Leslie, who appearsas 3S
let left out. Our hope is that Charles Orlando, I C
in the
weather. There's always somethingto will remain in Gainesville long I rious a "human scenes. document" va-

be thankful for. enough to learn how to get the "gain"out I Bishop Mann is making his initial The picture includes the sponge industry : tJ------
I ,
--o--- of life insurance, and then comeback visit to the Seminole Indian mission at Tarpon Springs, the Gas-

While the troops in Ireland are to Orlando to "practice." II this week. He had service in Fort treasure parilla celberation hunters seeking at Tampa Gasparina's'buried the

looking for Ulster there are many * :Myers Sunday, and expected to start gold at Coral Creek, tarpon

patriots in this country who are Tampa and St. Petersburg are having from there yesterday morning by fishing at Boca Grande, various Flor-
for overcoats. ida fish, animals and insects, an alli-
reaching a newspaper discussion as to auto on the long, rough journey to
hunt and other typical
o which is the best training ground for Glade Cross, where the mission is located Florida gator scenes. many It will do much to

The Tallahassee True Democrat league ball teams. Probably eitherone the scene of Rev. Dr. Godden's correct the erroneous impression

says that Hudson Burr, chairman of is good enough for that latitude, earnest labors for these Indians. which has been spread abroad about
the railroad commission, is taking a for Or- Florida through the medium of cheap
but next spring, just variety,
of the
melodrama films made by some
great interest in farming and has a lando ought to secure one of the Federal Letters from Rev. Campbell Gray areer companies. nj 144M

fine crop. Surely the commissioneris league teams, and after they tell of their enjoying the severe cold Although the admission has been 1 J ,

not preparing to retire. have lived on Orlando grapefruit and of their new home in Wisconsin; and !advertised- fifteen and ten cents,
Mr. Sipe, the owner of this great edu-
o'
for month out of expecting a visit from Bishop
ozone a they woura go cational film, and Mr. Kent, managerof
Detective Burns is meeting with and wipe up the ground with both Weller on last Sunday, when a class the Lucerne, have agreed to play t. '

opposition in his work on the Phagan i the down state champs. was to be presented for confirma- this picture at the regular prices of

murder mystery, and has been accused tion. Bishop Weller is also from admission, first floor, adults 10 cents, x I

among other things of danc- Florida, his early home being in children 5 cents; balcony 5 cents to r'a
Quite a number of New Jersey peo- all.Cash .
ing the tango. The detective denies 1
ple, who are either permanent or . .
that to turkey - - -
the allegation, saying temporary residents of Orlando, think I 11111 11111 Iii 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111' II' "
he do in the danc- rti eu rpt'4
trot is the best can
that the state that has given to the :

ing line. He might have gone a step world Woodrow Wilson for president : to Loan i .
on
further and admitted that he had
(not to mention the famous cows I

made others dance. and sweet potatoes), and has a pop- : WE ARE FLATTERED-EXTRfcMELY SO

o ulation of two and a half million, : i

Begin now to swat the fly. This ad- ought to have an Orlando organization : City Property The attendance of the First day of our opening

vice was given by E.1rgeo'nGeneralRupert of their own instead of being pleased us as much as our new store pleased the hundreds -
Blue, of the Government tacked to New York. Therefore,
on who came saw and bought.We .
Health servicel] He has just compiled ,
they have called a meeting for Thurs
a series of comprehensive statistics day evening at the Tourist Head- RealEstate bought and sold have consistently felt that the people of Or-

showing that the cost to the quarters, where they will discuss the lando would respond readily to anything arranged for

United States annually for supportingits matter and arrive at a definite plan. for cash or on commission. their instruction. And we are more than gratified to

fly population amounts to $157800,000 ,- *' comment on the remarkable interest shown by them in

in money, to say nothing of the opening of our new store.
Having personally met only one or j
the loss in human life.
two of the Tampa Tribune staff, we Directly and indirectly we heard many pretty en-

a were glad to see all of their picturesin Dr. A. J. TAYLOR dorsements of our efforts to provide a store that would
The Tampa Tribune celebrated the .
the big Sunday edition. Living at serve its patrons expeditiously and efficiently.
installation of its new press Sundayby
a safe distance, we are going to express Rock
Up-stairs.
giving a review of that journal'shistory Building, Throughout the whole of the first day of our open-
our opinion as to their looks.
from the time that W. F. Sto- 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ing the hundreds who attended were unrestricted in
We many of the young ladies
vall and Edwin Lambright alone com suppose their praise of everything. We say again that we are
would that Wallace 0. Stovall is HtMHHMMMMIii
say
posed the editorial and reportorialstaffs. flattered and thank you sincerely for this evidence of
the best looking one in the bunch, but
The Tribune .is one of the appreciation. To merit more we will continue with unabated -
personally we hand the blue ribbon to i A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX J
South's foremost papers, and has energy to provide you with the choicest that
Lambright with an aside that they
been built in the short period of fifteen the market affords. *
are a clean looking crowd clear
It is likely that no greater THE PALMS AUTO COREO
; years. through and the face of Col. Stovall As a fair evidence of our policy in this respect at-

or more rapid development hasever shows the character of "the man be- tention is directed to the completeness of the various departments -
been recorded in this section of
hind the gun" that has made possible MOTOR CARS devoted to ready-to-wear-garments for men,

the country. Certain admirable im- the great success of the Tribune. women and children. Chic Spring Millinery, dress accessories -

provements' have been made in the, .For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a for men, quality shoes. Every item in these,

makeup of the Tribune, which will EPISCOPAL BISHOP HERE as in all the other stocks is of fashion-foremost char-
cause it to be even more readable and full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force acter.

generally attractive. Bishop and Mrs. Cameron Mann ...
o arrived last night from Orlando, and of competent repair men. All our work\ is absolutely The store again invites you-its appeal is based on

+ Delays are proverbially dangerous, this morning went to Sanibel, where Style, Quality and uniform courtesy if you have not

but the opponents of the repeal of the Bishop conducted services. They guaranteed. already attended do so tomorrow you will feel well re-

free tolls for coastwise vessels regard will return tonight and tomorrow the pain in a thousand little ways. .

the delay in getting the repeal- Bishop will conduct the services at

ing act before congress with much St Luke's church. This is his first

satisfaction. It really looks as if the visit to this part of his diocese, and THE PALMS AUTO CO
he expects to to Immokalee be- IN CHILDREN'S WEARWe
president will have the sternest fightof go on -

his administration thus far on this fore returning to Orlando. Bishop FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.ItMMIMIMIIIItMMIIMMtltltttlltlllMtttl. have an assortment of street and little social functions

very question. Heretofore there has and Mrs. Mann are guests.at the Riv- I ready-to-wear things designed Style is apparent in all of

been little opposition among Democrats erside. '" .' along conservative lines. It inthem.

to measures urged by the pres- includes frocks for 'the school,

ident, but there is a wide differenceof I 1

opinion on this subject If he is SPRING THINGS FOR MENWe

able to secure the repeal of the free
have the brilliantlyhued ture-all kinds of it Shirts-
tolls act he will have scored a rather
and the sombre in neckwear, thousands of them in all the
distinct victory over the members of
his own party. head gear of the correct block. accepted shirtings; collars galore -
-Stiff and Soft Underwear of -and the correct things in
o
seasonable and hygienic texsox.. Dress clothes, too.-
The assessment of candidates be-

fore this year is proved to have been Are You Invitedto
i SHOWING OF SPRING MILLINERYThis $
unjust by the action of the state and M SPLENDID

congressional committees which have a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea
:Millinery is proof"con- didly and fashionably shaped
met recently. The state committee gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure clusive that an attractive hat and trimmed and yield nothing
refused to levy an assessment this
year because there was a balance in you will be ipterested in our display of the newest and r can be produced at a sane price to the more important importations -
-it is simply a matter of accepting abroad in the distinc-
bank, and the fourth congressional most artistic designs inCUT
a reasonable, instead tion they impart to the wearer.
district committee which met yester-
of an extortionate profit The assortment is a very large
day levied an assessment of only GLASSThere
M Our Spring hats are splenone..
twenty-five dollars for each candi-

date-that's $350 less per candidate are so many odd pieces and attractive sets
than has been the custom. The con- M
gressional committee appears to have .here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.

little or no use for funds; the committee We,are sure you can never find anything that would '

; expense is trivial', though the be more acceptable.T.H.Evans. ur Mail Order r Depariffleni e

expense of the individual members in is

attending such meetings is consid-

erable. It cost some of the membersof Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, make

the district committee more than t.:" .' .
twenty dollars each to attend the use of it whenever you can. Samples or information

New Smyrna meeting, and the ex- all
cheerfully given. We prepay charges.
pense would have been greater if the

meeting had been held at, Jacksonville r Write for one of our illustrated mail order cata-

which probably accounts for the
We invite comparison values.
failure to get a quorum there. The logues.

c committee is bound to hold at least ,

two meetings and is always subjectto the JewelerOPPOSITE

call. The Bryan primary law has
ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEA
relieved the committees of practically

all the work transacted by them for-

merly. Provision should now be made POSTOFFICE

to relieve the committeemen of the . Orange Ave. Orlando-.a. n
This and the inconvenienceof
expense.
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING .
getting about over the state have

caused interest In the committeej .jniiiiiiiiii " :. "

meetings to languish at low ebb. -I
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That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes BUYS AND SELLS Joker Comedy.FAVORITE"Love and Limber- "Get It Hi t Allen's"The

that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- ger." Billy's rival for the hand of

t i REAL ESTATE Molly is Shultz, leader of the German
gin e. band. Shultz woos with limberger, best

No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Caramels and this buried in Billy's flowers
causes dismay. Billy saves Molly'sfather
from It is
supposed burglars.
Taffies etc.
enough. A play full of fun. WATCHESCLOCKS
FRESH EVERY DAY. 400 acres within three Joke. "Mike and Jake." Comedv. ,
Nestor. "Battle, of Bull Con. Com
miles of Kissimmee, two
edy.Come out and have*a good laugh.
mile facing Orlando-Kis-
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simmee brick road, $20 DEATH OF MRS. BRASFIELDMrs.
a BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN[
per acre if sold within
W. R. Brasfield, a -
30 days. 3i4.imMMIMIMIMIiMiimiM law of Mrs. J. T. Horner, died in-I U JEWELRY D

The home of pure home-made Candies. day morning at "The Pines,"
a lingering illness of several months. I

Mr. Brasfield, who with his wife, Etc.
OrangeAvenuet WILL RECEIVE ORDER OF THE spent this winter in Orlando, was a

TEMPLE noted horseman of Kentucky, and Mr.

.... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ ........ .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .WWyyyyW...........I I Horner afternoon left for with Lexington the body, where yesterday interment You ever bought at the

Olivette Commandery will hold a will be made. best price you ever :

Mr. H. E. Vance, of Wheeling, W. conclave Thursday night at 8 o'clock, them."Get .
I in Castle Hall, at which Messrs. bought .
Va., is among the late arrivals at the DEATH OF MRS. MARY J. THUR-
1 WADE I San JuanMr. Robert J. Dodd, of Winter Garden, MAN
THE TUNER I and A. J. Holt and W. A. Smith, of
ORLANDO, FLA. 1 and Mrs. W. S. Van Duyon, of Kissimmee, will receive the order of Mrs. Mary J. Thurman died early
1i Springfield, Mass., are in Orlando for the Temple.G. Sunday morning at the residence of It A Allen's"L

i an indefinite visit. her son, W. J. Thurman, on West m
church street the funeral being held
,
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Seipt, of A. R. ENCAMPMENTThe
Mrs. L. W. Cook leaves today fora I at 10 a. m. yesterday from the house.
Bridgeport, Pa., are in Orlando fora .
visit ,down to Bradentown. I
visit of some days. department of Florida Grand
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Skates, who I FUNERAL OF MRS. A. G. BOW-
i Army of the Republic will hold their.
who has been
have been spending the winter at the t Mr. Uriah Seely, located I SHER
annual encampment at St. Cloud II
209 E. Robinson left
Wyoming hotel, left yesterday for i at yesterday I Yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock
April 14th and 15th. Many distin-
their home in Portland, Maine. I It! for Seabreeze, Fla. the funeral of Mrs. A. G. Bowsherwas
t guished guests are expected, and
Mr. and 'Mrs. Geo. C. Laughten-J Mr. Geo. R. Calhoun, one of San- preparations will be made for 5,000visitors. held in the Presbyterian church,

schlager, who are among' Orlando's I ford's representative citizens, was a St. Cloud is made up largely Dr. Stagg officiating. Beautiful flow- cD

prominent winter residents, will leave visitor to Orlando yesterday.Mr. of G. A. R. people, and they are ers bore the silent tribute of many = ==

Thursday for their summer home in!I: Bernard Aronson, a prominentand enthusiastic over this gathering of friends.

Dayton, Ohio. successful attorney of New York the old soldiers of the state of Florida llllltitltltlttlllMIIIMIIIHIHItMHMifHHtltfIIIIMIIMMMM

Dr. and Mrs. J. Meigh, of Bernards- city, is in Orlando for a few days. and assure all a hearty welcomeand i TENT MEETINGAll

vine, N. J., who have been spending. Hudson the best entertainment in their are cordially invited to attend I .
: Mr. and Mrs. S. R. are enjoying -
several days in this section, left yes-:I a visit from Mr. and Mrs. J. C. power to give. the revival services conducted by the :

terday with Mr. M. G. Porter in a Sheets, of Cincinnati, the latter being Rev. W. E. Murphy at Church and I have money to loan on im-
Buick for Palm Beach. Glenn streets. The songs are also en-
I I Mrs. Hudson's sister. THE LADIES' AID OF THE METHODIST
J. H. and Miss joyable. Come one and all.
Mrs. Eley daughter, CHURCH
: Mr. Thos. J. Raup and family, who
Adna after spending several'
Eley, I
have been spending several monthsat To all around good TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
pleasant weeks in Orlando withMrs. an supper proved city property.
very their winter home in Taft, left We are bidding you to come; .
J. L. Dean, have returned to
Pa. We are taking no refusals-
yesterday for Treverten, .
usher.
their home in Union Springs,Ala. I Not one must stay at home. WANTED-Two young men to
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Casin arrivedin Apply 1 o'clock this afternoon to
Mr. and Mrs. J. L Allen and Mr. Geo. W. Barker, Orlando opera house.
Orlando yesterday from Bedford, For the chicken-bean supper
and Mrs. B. Manahan leave today for 3-24-lt -
Ind., and are making the San Juan The price is thirty-five, cwA :-
their homes at Spring Lake, N. J. Cream and cake is extra, s. .
while in the
|Mr. Manahan'bought a lot near Lake their headquarters city. But only a dime and five. WANTED-Two good girls, one for
Mr. S. Milton Brown, of Baltimore the dining room and one for gen-
ola and to return next
expects early housework. Mrs. W. C.
At Marion B. Ives' old stand, Sat- eral Apply
[winter to build. I represnting Coggins & Owens urday, March 28, from 5 to 10 o'clock. Temple, Winter Park, Fla. 3-24-tf Phone 172
automobile supplies, is in Orlando
Mrs. Robt. Ware and daughter, 3-24-lw
.Mrs. ,E. W. Dare, who have been calling on the trade. SITUATION WANTED-Stenographer -
METHODISTS ATTENTION who can furnish own machine
stopping.... ... at McKee Villa. on South Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Lawrence wants position. Experienced. AddressA. '
Main left to visit left yesterday for Cumberland, Md. : Sentinel. 3-24-3t +
yesterday points Your organ committee, composed of A. B., care
south before returning to their homeat Before leaving they purchased prop- two; members of the Ladies' Aid and
Bridgeton, N. J. I erty in Orlando Heights and will three members of the Stewards, have FOR SALE-$350 worth C new fur- '" 1,1.,11111111111,111111,111111111.,1.,1,
build a home which they will occupy made a serious mistake in their selec- niture. Also piano. A bargain.
Miss Lucile Satterthwaite, who tion of an organ for our splendidnew 411 West street. 324lwkFOR
in the fall
has been visiting with Mrs. S. G. building.As .
Dolive and Miss Mary Guernsey, left Mr. Elmer Griscom and family, a Methodist, a musician, and RENT-Furnished or unfur-

Sunday for St. Petersburg to spenda who have spent the past three organ against expert their ,decision-as I publicly I protest did to nished, 5-room cottage; moderate String BeansFresh
rental. 112 E. South St. 3-24-31
months at 605 North Orange avenue,
,week before returning to her homeat them-and am prepared with argu-
Waynesville, N. C. left yesterday for Salem, N. J. They ments and.proofs to convince eithera supply received daily
accompanied by Mrs. Anna Bas- mass meeting of the Methodists, or LOST-A pair of black pants, with
were
Mrs. P. C. Wolcott, of HighlandPark a disinterested committee of non- I light stripe, size 40-33. They were .
111., and her daughter, Mrs. Ly- sett. Methodists, that the decision of the purchased from Feinberg & Gore and
man P. Price, of Jacksonville, arrived One of the many travelers who organ committee IS a mistake which were wrapped in their paper. Returnto !
should be either corrected by the com Sentinel and receive reward. Oranges! Oranges
yesterday to visit with Mrs. J. M. have left snow and ice in their home 3-24-3t
by vote.
mittee rejected
or open
towns to find Florida sunshine is Mr.
Thayer and her mother, Mrs. AnnieL Therefore, I hold myself subject to
Mallory, on Cherokee Circle. J. E. Farris, from Danville, Ky. who a call to present arguments before LOST-Near the Grand, or at the Lu- By dozen or box
arrived on Saturday to visit his either the congregation, or a committee cerne, a topaz pendant attached to
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hughes, who daughter, Mrs. G. C. Keller, Mrs. Far- of non-members holding at least a gold chain. Reward to finder. Re-
have been spending the past four one person-not an agentwhoknows turn to 308 Magnolia avenue.
months in Orlando, leave today for ris being already here. the comparative value and 3-24-3t Eggs
Country
their summer home in Renssellaer, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tew are enter- merits of pipe organs.I Fresh
do this to let the church know
N. Y. En route north they will stop taining Mr. E. D. Mixer, of Waverly, that I shall have done my utmost to 25 years' experience in buying and
at Daytona, St. Augustine and other New York, and his daughter and have placed in our beautiful structurean selling seeds. Our seeds are good.
points of interest. granddaughter, Mrs. 'W. H. Scofield instrument in keeping with its McElroy Pharmacy. 3193tSEED

I I and Miss Eleanor Scofield, of Winter artistic features.ERNEST
i I Haven at their home WADE. SEED! SEED!
i "Tioga Lodge, THE SANITARY GROCERY
TEN
YEARS IN ORLANDO Lake Jennie Jewel. Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
Chiropodist for both men and wo. :I on Eat what you want Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
'men. Manicure, pedicure, face and l Eat all you want. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. LJ. Take a postscript and forget it.
Warman and Retires Baby Eat what wantEat
Repairs you
Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over, For sale by all druggists.
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf ,, l-7-d&w.lyr Take all a you postscript want. and forget it. 200 I 6 & 8 E. Pine Street s

Forsale,. by all durggists.
UnUUMMiUllltltMlillMMillHMMMItltltMtlMMIIIilMI IIIIMM* l'7d&wlyrOSTEOPATHY
CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. ;

At The Lucerne ; tllllllllll II fT M''

Today DR. J. C .HOWELL I

Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointment
No extra charge for house treatment

Telephone connections SPECIALFord
: : AT THE LUCERNE TODAY Office cor. Orange and Central Aves.

,
"TIIRU TROPICAL FLORIDA," one of the greatest educational' LUTHER THE FLORIST TouringCar fully equippedas

films, full of interest. This film is being used all over the United Statesto Cut Flowers
good as new
boost Florida, and has many things of great value to the Floridian. ROSES, VIOLETS,

pon fishing, hunting alligators, Sponge Divers on the Gulf of Mexico, and CARNATIONS, PANSIES, $350.00

many other things are shown in this picture. Four reels. ,
POTTED PLANTS
Highly endorsed by Press, Schools and Public. Four passenger Cadillac ready to

Special Matinee for school children.

Good Wood - UO run $350.00.San .
TWINS AND STEPMOTHER, a good Thanhouser. ,

"THE JANITOR," a one-reel Reliance."THE Better'Wood $2 and $2.25

VENGEANCE OF NAJER RA," a Majectic and very interesting. Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 Juan Garage Co.

SEVEN REELS OF GOOD PICTURES. '
This won't last long,

ADMISSION: Matinee from 2:00 p. m. to 7:00 p. m., First Floor, Adults Stock up while you can.Oi'laiido All Night ServiceAJAX

lOc; School Children 5 cents; Balcony 5c.

Night Performance, from 7:00 p. m-to 10:00 p. m., First Floor 15c, Wood Yard TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed

Balcony lOc. 104 W. Pine St. for five thousand miles.

B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor
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c. HEAD OFF THE SLANDERERSThere I Men who have traveled the state PEOPLE'S WANTS WANTED-White I '

ought to be an organization: and are familiar with Florida weekly in doing general

of the tourists in the various tourist, newspapers frequently comment ont nursing.. Can furnish
sired. Elderly woman
centers of Florida so that in the cause the unusual excellence of these publi MUNNIMAKERS dress J. L. D., Care

of truth and decency and their own cations. We candidly believe that the Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale Fer FOR SALE-One
personal interests as well, they Florida press as a whole ranks higher Bent etc, for this column. 25c for one day, camera. For the TRANSFER CEL
fiDe for three days, or $LOO for one week, for
might give out formal and authentic than that of any other state. Florida I 25 w.rds or lees. Money must accompanythe the outfit is yours.
Write R. G. White,
advertisements far this
column as no
contradiction of the malicious and editors are the most independent class insertions will be made on credit. 3-20-3t
i which sometimesfind that ever saw. Nearly all of
flagrant falsehood you
FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one WANTED-To rent, FLORIDA
their way into the northern press them refuse to publish any advertis- acre in bearing orange grove; six cottage of six or ,

purporting to come from respectable ing that i may be at all questionableand acres cleared; part of land suitablefor be close in and rent '

tourists who have been winter visi- there are just plenty of them gardening and trucking; located dress J. L. D., GARAGE PHONE 174
half mile from city limits on public FOR \
which couldn't booze
nursing into you put.a road. Bargain. Address :M. C. B.,
advertisement at a hundred dollarsan care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf t
FOR RENT-
appointment for which Florida is in inch.-Plant City Courier. I I FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house, nished bungalow. 0 .I

no wise responsible, go back north I II I I garden and farm land, on Conway :session. Everything
clary road. -R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. convenient
relieve their feelings by delib-
and
FOR SALE I
3-20-lm-d&w
rent. Phone 401, or
erate defamation of the State and its 20) acres located three miles from i I FOR RENT-5-room house, partly 514 South Lake
people; or posibly they are paid to city on proposed brick road; eight, furnished. See Frank Soper, Room -
tell lies in the interest of some rival acres bearing grove; two acres i 3, McNeill & Davis'Eldg. 2-18-10t WANTED-Any
cleared and ten acres timber; four I potato plants. Will
"+ section seeking immigration and win- roou cottage. Price $3,500. I FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand I per thousand until June
ter visitors. There is no way to pre- 25 acres four miles from city; ten unimproved land. See S. S. Preston, Pine Castle,
vent degenerates from flooding the acres in grove; four hundred bearing Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm I 3-20-d&w-tf
and two hundred II
three-year-
atmosphere in their immediate neigh orange FOR SALE-Ford runabout; bargain
old grapefruit trees twelve acres FOR RENT-Large
; :
borhoods, but when they take their if taken at once. Address Box 594,
fruit land_and three acres garden in new bungalow.
lies into the public prints where theyare land; cottage and barn, located on city. 3-13-lw avenue. SCHEDULE BETWEEN

spread broadcast and can do real lake front. Price $5,000. FOR SALE-Sour oranges, seed for FOR R NT-Sleeping
harm, the antidote can be supplied by 70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland planting. $1 per bbl. Addie Kim- week or month; ; ; Sanford and Intervening \ \
; three and one-half miles from brough, Kuhl avenue. 3-18-6t or call at 23 E. Pine
contradiction from reputable sources.In
city. Price $30 per acre. Points
no way can this contradiction be Five-room cottage and lot one hun-
dred by four hundred feet; located on i ' "
made more effective than through ' '
main highway leading out of city. Kinds and Contract Work. Quick ; ;
and in
local tourist organizations,
Price $2,000.Five ; ; Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
;
; some parts of the state we believe acres of bearing orange grove, .
they have them. Here is a paragraphfrom well located. Price $2,000. One
Bungalow Left to Sell | |
the Worcester (Mass.) Telegramof 140 acres overlooking a beautifullake i ii: ii
one and one-fourth miles from i
recent date which indicates the II -
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railroad station and packing house;
f need of such an agency as we have, 20 acres bearing orange grove con- .
suggested. taining fourteen hundred trees. The M. J. DAETWYLER \:

r "It was the coldest winter that remaining land is high grade fruit i
and garden soil. Price $12,000. ii i Altamonte ii
i
Florida has had. trees
ever Orange I
I 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well
are ruined and the natives expect I located. Can be had at a.bargain.J. Phone 563 ads."C'

;' the orange crops will be small Ice i E. CRAWFORD, i SPRINGS, FLORIDA.
Office Over Blue Drug Store,
formed on many of the sheets of water i
about the State," said Major J.: 117 South Orange Ave.: Phone 404, auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L
Orlando, Florida.
) getthe best dinner served in Inte-
E. Penland, Norris house, when her 2-20-tf I
etc. The Altamonte has the
=
arrived at the office of the Telegram
FOR SALE i WANTED-Good healthful location in Florida, on
yesterday afternoon, direct from WANTED-Ladies to bring their An elegant modern home; four bed- 411 West street two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
Florida, after a visit of three months. combings to us. Don't destroy bath
; rooms; two rooms; gas and elec-I Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
-Lakeland Telegram. them. We will make what you wantCome tricity throughout; fruit trees and FOR
and see our stock and examineour flowers. 509 East Central avenue. Nursery stock, one, broad piazza. All modeen improve-
work. We invite inspection. If 215tf. four year old buds; grapefruit grove free to guests.
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When you are groaning{ over the I I you havn't the hair we supplyMt Our --- ----- Pineapple, Java, water used. Illustrated booklet.
terrifying proposition that your taxes stock is genuine. We make every- FOR SALEA ington Navel. Address
thing to order. We pay cash for family pony, 5 years old, gentle, Apopka, Fla. Phone HHMM B'VHVHHBII BHMM Mi MHiHBM MHMHH HMMMBW
may be increased a little bit by the combings.We I good saddler and driver; also top

=i brick roads, don't forget that other beg to announce that we have buggy and harness. Bargain. Apply 25 YEARS' & SON, Proprietors
counties with a considerably higher. secured the exclusive agency for the 107 E. Amelia avenue. 3-14-1w In buying and selling
millage than St. Johns have voted well-known and, popular Clow's Knit Seeds are good. "The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
Hosiery. Drop us card and WANTED
considerably greater amounts + for ples will be submitted a for your sam-inspection 3-19-3t . . , ...

brick roads. The fax payers of'Or- at your leisure. The goodswe WANTED-Position as bookkeeper, WANTED-Middle age I I __ _____ _ _. ___ _ _ -
ange, for instance, were paying a handle are the kind that satisfy. and stenographer, by a lady of ex to help with ; -
considerably higher millage than,this NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar- perience. Address. M., 114 Court I and salary for right *****
land St. 3-23-1 mo street. 3-13-6t Mrs. J. S. McCawley,
county before they voted a bond issueof
Fla.
$600,000. The people of that Investors and Homeseekers
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, WANTED-Three to ten ,acres closeto ---
county, are .well satisfied that they
.i Court street. 125tfForSalei Orlando,good neighborhood,reas- RE !
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will be repaid in increasing land and onable distance of schools and churches. -
That have
property values generally in addition Must be good land, suitable for we every six-room cottage, with
trucking and poultry raising. Prefer ing out neat printing two-story,
t to the elimination of upkeep north.
expense .Located at 307 West street,
place with out buildings, but not ab- Letter heads, bill
many times more than any cost of solutely necessary if price is right. tionery, etc., furnished ; and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

:" bonding...-.St. Augustine Record. I Give full particulars to B. R. Mont- prices first class work ; oil finish, double verandas. Special
gomery, 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jack- base
facilities. Large, roomy
sonville, Fla. 3-16 tf room
Champaign Ill., minister got mixed SPECIAL and sealed, suitable for laundry or

t at a double wedding and maried a. WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing I am now including rose house or fernery.

woman to the wrong married man.to the There are ii Modern 8-room: stenographer, two years experience party to New York avenue. Price $2,200. These
so many women wrong Line
can furnish good reference, desires Clyde
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man that one or two additional will 20th. Price for corners, with rose house between
House 2 doors position. Willing to begin on April
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moderate salary. Now employed. from Orlando to $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
t of Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla. cludes baggage
The application blanks of the various west Wyom- ; 3-21-lwk ville and New York.

i insurance companies show that tion to those starting
very few people ever take a drinkof | ing Hotel. Bar- : : LOOK-$850! buys five adjoining lots. or stopping at New N. COY
W. I. Higgins, corner Marks and berth and rooms
intoxicating liquors. They also. gain. Ivanhoe streets. 3-21-6t now of C. P. Smith, St., Norlb.Orlando
show that there is a fair to middlin' corner Orange avenue
WANTED-White girl to do general street, before March "
lot of able-bodied liars abroad in "
house work and nursing. AddressJ.
the land. A. L. L. D., Care Sentinel. 3-22-2t W. T.
ii Bentley
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I ARCADE HOTELFRONTS

EMPIRE HOTEL ,

f ON THREE STREETS. ROOMS 75c, $1.00 AND

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

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


I Cut Rates to January I I,1915
) OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.NICE .

Rooms [one) $100 per day Rooms (two) SI\.50 per day. Meals, 50c.
week. Meals by the week,$8.50. AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH ROOMS $3.00 to
58.00
$6.00 per week. per Board and Room by the
$20.00 per 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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Many Children Lost Many, and

Died of Overwork THE MARKETOf
Tothe Editor of the New York Times:
You report that Mrs. John Jerome have made good Why? Be llolles W ante

Rooney has administered a scoldingto Of Cleanliness
Quality :
"advanced" women gathered at the cause experience has taught us how to ;
Church of the Messiah. I wonder how
We have a number of dents FRESH AND SALT
how many of the men and women make formulas that suit all conditions MEATS

who applauded Mrs. Rooney stoppedto who want furnished and unfur- FISH AND GAME

think just what "the oldfashioned for both orange trees and vegetables. nished houses for
home was, and the "old-fashioned I the summer I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

mother.I should" like to tell of mine, and I and by the year. Owners hav- j Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh !

sands dare say of others.the description I was 'fits born thou-more No is t the time to fertilizeThe ing requested such properties to se us at to once.rent We are and pure.

than forty years ago in an "old-fash We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ;

ioned home." :My mother had ten ,I lok after your properties, collect everything in the Meat Line.

children. She made carpets, bedquilts,
the rents and make monthly set-
soap and butter; knit our stockings
t and mittens and made all our clothes. Southern Fertilizer Co. tlements with you. j The PARLOR MARKET
Poor mother, what of her?

Jut an erd'eiS round ot drudgeryand Orlando PHONES: Office 32, Plan! 31 Florida

suffering that made ner irritable ', Cooper & Atha H. M. Self & Co.
and rtev. h. She could not give

propr are aid attention to so many 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor'I PINE STREET
children. Whooping cough, croup, i
Phone No. 311
and diphtheria carried off six in early Phone No. 80
childhood. Consumption carried off
the seventh in early manhood. At 40

years my poor mother was a widow,
white-haired, bent and toothless. .
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for return or continuance of such a
condition for woman? Those who

cry for it should give up their telephones Just arrived car load

electric lights, gas ranges,
and tiled baths and go back to the FORDS for immedi- W.M.SLEMONSNew

woods. '
ate" delivery.
EMMA J. ROGERS.

New York, March 11, 1914. .
Get nowF
yours

BISHOP MANN'S' VISITATION G. RUSH, Goods Arriving DailyWe


Plans are now complete for the Phone 226
first visitation to Fort Myers of the

Right Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D., of
Orlando, bishop of the southern Flor-
ida diocese of the Episcopal church.
Bishop Mann will arrive next Saturday c sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Sunday at 10:45 o'clock he will made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
preach at St. Luke's and receive a
small class for confirmation. Mondayhe Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

will go to the Glade Cross mission, Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. .
and on his way back will stop at
Immokalee. He will return to Fort & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

Myers the last of the week. Sincet

is Lent and the time of Bishop ,
ann's stay is short, there will be no
formal reception, although both he
and Mrs. Mann, who will accompanyhim W. M. SLEMONS
To the West and NorthwestVIA
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will be given the fullest meas-

ure of Fort Myers' hospitality.FortMyers ORANGE AVENUEiMMIMilMIIII
Press.CONFERENCE.
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SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDDIXIE

New York, March 19.-The con-

ference independent to consider tobacco the dealers complaint that the of Limite Dixie Dixie Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED 8mmmm"", :", :==IOI WI L L I Ol >l mmmmmmmun.

Tobacco of Lv Orlando A. C. L.,12:31 am 3:13 pm I v Orlando. ........................ 3:13 pmr
Metropolitan company Jacksonville A. C. 1.... 6:45 am '1:30 pm r Jacksonville ..................... '1:30 pm .
New York restrains trade in viola Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25pm V Jacksonville. A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
Waycross A. C. L..ll:50am 10:25 pm Waycross A. C. L. ..............10:20pmr <
tion of the Sherman anti-trust law, Macon, G. S. &; F....... 6:13pm 4:15am r Macon, G. S. & F. .............. .3:46am
which, it was announced, would be r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 7:2iiam r Atlanta C. of Ga .............. .:lhm MAKE COOKING A PLEASURE WITH A GAS RANGEIf ,
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held by II. Snowden Marshall, United r Chattanooga. W. &; A..1:18am 11:55 am r CarhL &: N, .:.::::::::::::: 3:16 pmI
States district attorney, and agentsof r Nashville N. C. &: SL 1. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. &: N. .............. 9:OOpm do cooking with a gas range you
I ............ you your f
the tobacco Ar SL Louis L C.&: L.&: N. %:50 pm 7:20 am r Indianapolis oa L. 1:50am the PLEASURE of cooking because : :
companils
was post -- Ar Lezington L. & N. ............ !1:50pm can appreciate J t
poned a week on account of the ill- Ar Hopkinsville L. &: N........... 6:27 pm Ar Cincinanti, L. &: N. ............. 8:50 pm you have no wood or ashes to carry and r
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ness of Assistant District Attorney Ar Evansville L. &: N..... :28.am. '9:25 pm Ar Kalamazoo G. R. &: L ..........1%:20 pm nothing to dirty up the kitchen.All = ==
Ar Terre Haute, C. & E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am Ar Grand Rapids G. R.,&: L ....... 2 t45pm!
Thompson, who had charge of the Ar Chicago C. &: E. L..6:50pm 6:50am r-Cleveland Big Four .-............ 7:15am
case. I you have to do is to strike a match and
J I LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED -I turn a valve and the fire is as hot as if it had
: Solid train, composed of section drawing. I hour. Then too don't have to ,
A FULL MOON 'room sleeping can observation compartment Solid train composed of electric lighted been going an you
Now is the time to buy your gar-.'can and dining ear, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches I worry about getting the fire too hot or too low .
den seed from DeLaney & Abernethy. Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and! because the fire is always the same regard
3-13-tf ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. gas
Jacksonville Louisville
I I DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between ana Jacksonville Indianapolis and; less of weather or other conditions.If .

LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN Solid train, carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; als. Pullman sleeping car between
1 I artment, observation sleepen. and electlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand you do not cook with gas it will pay you
While in Chattanooga ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-
"Dixie"I I Thursdays of each week. Dining to let in home on thirty
lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car car us put a range your
t or "News" sightseeing automobiles ;I ems meals a la carte. I service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. days' trial. .If it is not all we claim for it, your flJ-- __ A
r Lookout Mountain, Point Park, _.
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ChkEamauga battlefield, Missionary : FOR TICKETS PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION, WRITE OR CALL ON money
Ridge and historical points. For les-I I W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. GAS DEPARTMENT

ervations, address 910 Market ..street.33Apr.23 Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando


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4 for all the candidates, and less trou- I-l.i i l l !

ble for the people.ExCongressman. z
Dougherty =-
I was
H, :. I asked for an opinion, and responded 4'f
j I by saying that he was in favor of the,
1D itinerary. He said it would be the --
I means of getting out a bigger vote
than would otherwise be the case be- Future'
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cause more people would become in- .'
THESTATEBANKOrOKIAN'DOLONG terested.Mr. .
z
Woodruff suggested than an ,
itinerary be arranged by the committee J OF YOUR HOiYlE{ anil CHILDREN! t;
to include the county seats of the I
thirteen counties in the district, and' .
I Capt. Brossier made a motion, which'J Depend largely upon bow much you '=
'I' was adopted, that the whole matter I
I save and teach them to save. f
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be referred to a campaign committee'to
be composed of the chairman, the How much have you and they saved i
secretary and the member from Sem- -- .,
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inole -
county.
SAFLCONSERVATIVfA000MMODATING ESTABLISHED !i The candidates were asked to sub- THISONTH] ( I; \ ? : :
mit to the campaign committee tf
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their suggestions as to when the
| speaking tour should commence, .
BUILDING YOUR CREDIT these suggestions to be made within :
F i.
ten days. Mr. Williamson suggestedthat L:1I'r
merchant desires to estab-
Every progressive young the campaign begin the first
lish good credit. I Monday in May, but the matter hav-
I LET! US HELP YOU '
been
ing referred to the committeeno
An account with this strong, well known bank is a
action was taken. .
great aid to one's financial standing, and its service is The campaign will include the following Wo have several plans for teaching

helpful. Checking accounts are invited. .. .... towns: Key West, Miami,
West Palm Beach, Fort Pierce, Kis- = systematic saving and will !>e pleasedto
23'I simmee, Titusville, Orlando, Sanford,i
DeLand, Palatka, Green Cove Springs, explain them all.Peoples =_=

I L THE; STATE BANKOFORLANDO II St. Augustine and Jacksonville.The ------ ---- ------'-?.-:-.=
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e State, County and City Depositary and Dr.the Warren expense offered of the the committee following,I H>> >> %tll@HM1n ak

resolution, which was adopted: I
"Whereas, Chapter 6469, Acts of -
I 1913, Laws of Florida, provides that "It is a pleasure to serve you." j

I the executive committee of each political -
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A NEW ORGAN FOR THE- party; I m ! !I .
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HOME FROM THE SOUTH "Be it resolved, by the Fourth Con- ] miilljllillrllilli! i'I' Ii'I'li IIIII" i I I.
ODIST CHURCHThe gressional Democratic IIm lIIilUI I I I I I ,Il llt! I 1IIIillllii I : ml I I 11i""IU I I I !I III .I I I u Inn! li r ,;' I I , Ih r;
Committee
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r Mr. and Mrs. Craig and daughter,
Ladies' Aid
Society, who had
Mrs. W. C. Essington, arrived home the I That in addition to the qualifications
1 from Orlando, Florida, Friday morning organ purchase committee in charge, appointed -, specified in said Chapter 6469, only "THE WHITE SISTER" TONIGHT vorite, -as, Abner Lane, was good, of j ed here early in the season, it needsno
t after about five weeks' absence. a composed of white legal electors shall be permitted course, because he couldn't be other-1 introduction. It was one of the
Mrs. Fuller and Mrs. Rush, of the Aid I
; They come home much improved and society, and Messrs. Curtis, to vote the Democratic ticket in "The Price Women Pay" was the wise. Mr. Carl Runyon, a stranger ito season's best offerings and well worth
Guernsey
refreshed by their outing in the Sunk and the ensuing primary." title of the opening presented I' the South, did a clever bit of work seeing at any price.
Giles, from the building committee I play
shine State. The change in the at- to complete the contract. At- Mr. W. J. Sears having tenderedhis by the Peruchi-Gypzene company at{I I in the part of Nate. Miss Simpson,I Reserved seats at Butt's Candy
mosphere was a little sudden and the their meeting Saturday Mr. B. F. Fo-I resignation as secretary of the the opera house last night. Peruchi as Mrs. Mayford; Miss D'Oize, as Kitchen.
> Northern air was a little biting to gle, who represents the Carl Barck- committee, at the opening of the and Gypzene can always be relied Mrs. Lane', and Mr. Rareshide, as
f- them. hoff Organ company, came before meeting, Mr. Butler_ made motion, upon for good shows. When here be- the Doctor, were all well cast and More help wanted? Room to let
, They experienced their first winter them and presented specifications fora which was adopted, that the resigna- fore the company was excellent, and filled their parts to perfection. Oh, or wanted? Advertise in the Sentinel -
t.e blasts as they came over the Cumberland $5,000 organ, which was accepted tion be accepted and that Mr. Sears this time it is even better, and is yes, we forgot Mr. Peruchi and Miss Be sure to read the ads. in
r; Mountains in Tennessee and unanimously. In addition to this, he I be given a vote of thanks for his effi- made up of some of the best talentin Gypzene-well, what's the use? We today's' Sentinel. They bring results.
;.. ran into a snow storm and blizzard. will add a set of chimes which cient service to the old committee and the dramatic profession. Mr. all know they never fail. Enough to
.; From six to eight inches of snow builders value at $500. Experts organ who the present one. Edouard D'Oize, as Alfred Astrain, say, you bet they were there. The Take your repairing to Warman onj
j fell in Tennessee and Kentucy, an un- have seen the specifications thatif The meeting adjourned subject to' sustained the part well. He is a fin- entire company was good, and should Court street. 12-5-tf]
usual thing for those States at this the contract is filled according say to the call of the chair.J. ished actor and shows to advantagein do a good week's business in Orlando.
|l season of the year.-Noblesville the scheme, no better organ can be H. REESE, Secretary.New any part assigned him. Mr. Ed- Tonight the "White Sister" will be Try the Sentinel Job Department.Ever .
;; (Ind) Leader. furnished for less than $6,000. Smyrna, Fla., March 23, 1914. ward Lawrence, an old Southland, presented. As the play was present- Try our Classified Ads.
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