Title: The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 25, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00363
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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The news of the day in crisp and readable style PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY.

=- Orlando-Progressive Center of the State,





ON N THE FIRST T DAY Of f APRIL Former membered County on Occasion Commissioner of Seven-Re- Telling roads Points by Attorney Made Against for Ocala Rail DELAYED BV Y PENDING HARBOR BILL

tieth Birthday AnniversaryThe Board of'Trade -- ------ -


beautiful country home of Mr.J. Ocala, Fla., March .-The Ocala I

FAIL AGREEMENT TO REACH AN MYSTERIOUSLY[ l Y IN MEXICO[ O H. Lee, on Lake Charm, near Ovie- session of the state railroad commis-I ATTACK OFREBEL f FORCES R [S SCHEDELED TO BEGININ

do, was the scene of a simple but I sion convened here yesterday
I pleasing ceremony yesterday after- tive to the long and short haul act, _

Father of Dr. Frank Nolan Goes to noon when seven automobiles from which in substance says that no Federals Surrender

f FOUR R STATE[CONTRACT T DEMANDED[ Tampico to Investigate Orlando delivered more than a score greater charge shall be made for a Battle Which to Villa After a

Death of Son I ; of his friends who presented him short haul than for a long haul over Brings Heavy REPUBLICANS[ SEE[ RIFT IN CLOUDS l

with a loving cup, the occasion beinghis the same line and in the same_..no_ direction _____- Losses to Both Sides

WHICH THE OPERATORS RE- seventieth birthday anniversary.The and that the railroad commissioners

A special from Eatonton, Ga., says of the state in special instances FIRST CHANCE THEY HAVE HAD
FUSED TO MEET AND THOUSANDS affair had been planned as a March 25, 12:30 a. m.-

OF MEN WILL that Col. J. Q. Nolan of that placewil'I surprise to Mr. Lee, and so it provedto may relieve the common car- I (Special.-Torreon) has fallen. TO WORK UPON BREAK IN

proceed immediately to Tampico, be. The party had been arrangedfor riers from this law upon proper show- SOLID RANKS OF THE

BE ORDERED OUT Mexico, to investigate the death of several days in advance, but the ing made to the commissioners that Rebel army messages from from

\ his son, Dr. Frank Nolan, who died recipient of the gift was not permitted the enforcement of the law would be the front to officials at Juarez report DEMOCRATS . ..

March 6. Col.! Nolan is a cousin of detrimental to the interests of the the capture of the city at noon.
Chicago, March 24.-( a1.- to get an inkling of it, and when.

Beginning April 1, 375,000 coal miners Mr. George E. Nolan, cashier of the the crowd alighted in front of his! carriers as well as to the interests of The federal} garrison surrendered to Washington, March 24.-(Special.)

in practically all the bituminouscoal Orlando Bank and Trust company. I door and began to file into his home the public. The law went into effecton Villa after savage fighting and heavy -The Panama canal tolls fight may

,Fearing complications in Mexico January 1 and be opened in the house Thursday although
states will cease work. he was at aloss to account for it all, immediately all of losses both sides. -

Negotiations between the opera Col.! Nolan recntly appealed to the and his surprise was written so plainly the common carriers of the state filed on I the progress on the rivers and

state department at Washington in petitions with the railroad commis- harbors bill was slow today.As .
tors and miners of the central com upon his features that his old time

petitive states: western Pennsylvania, hopes of securing his son's body for friends had a hearty laugh at the vet- sion asking that they be relieved from the tolls matter can not come

Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, which have burial in the United States. eran's expense. the provisions of the act, and the PARKWAYS ARETO[ T B BE[ MAO[ 0 N NR up until this bill is passed it may be

been in here brokenoff Col. Nolan believes that the seal on hearing in Ocala was a hearing set Saturday before the guns are unlim-
progress were The birthday occasion had been
today. the letter, its wording, the fact thatit by the commissioners to hear testi- R ROBINSONAVENUE bered.
fittingly observed by the family anda
was mailed under difficulties, having mony on the sides both of the com- Underwood is waiting patientlyfor
Failure to make between -
an agreement number of friends at a picnic held
been sent out on an oil boat sailing mon carriers and the people as to the contest to be settled. His
the Ohio
operators and the back of the Lake
miners and refusal of the miners to: from Tampico, give ground for chapel in the forenoon and Memorial whether or not the petitions shouldbe J. B. Lawton Makes Request of Coun fight for election to the United States
his belief that the full facts were sup- party granted. cil Which Is Granted With senate is at its height in Alabama,
sign a contract in three states, leav had just returned from the
pressed. He is firm in his belief that picnic The RestrictionsThe and the primaries will be held in a
ing out Ohio, brought about the disruption grounds when the Orlando delegation petition of the Seaboard AirLine
the physician did not die little more than two weeks-
young a I
of the interstate trade agreemerit -! ( arrived. was the first matter to come before
natural) death. I Congressman Clayton's return to
I the commission. The of
city council
I yesterday
In the forenoon Mr. Lee received congress will also be
Dr. Nolan
had for been a determined at
many years the Seaboard stated that for
"We would resolution
not make a four state many giving charge of all
in the best of health. His relatives purse filled with gold coins amount-. the same time. Both Underwood and
agreement with the operators and years an extremely low scale of rates swans owned by the city to the park
here believe that it is entirely out of ing to eighty dollars, 'the gift being. has been effective between Jackson Clayton are held here for the tolls
they would not make commission.J. .
an agreementto
the question for him to have contributed by his friends of the immediate -i
a three state, contract," said Pres- stayedin ville and Tampa. The petition wenton B. Lawton appeared before coun- vote.Most
a hospital several weeks, as the neighborhood. The speechof I : members of the house lost interest -
ident White.STRIKERS to state further that the low scale cil and requested that he be allowed
letter stated, later returning to his presentation was made by Mr. T. today in the rivers and harbors
of rates between the two places mentioned to curb '
place stones for
H. Kirkpatrick, and all added parkways on bill because of the
home and again to Tampico, critically impending tolls
was a necessity because of
ill, without notifying his father. The a word of congratulations, Dr. C. C. I avenue. was granted I fight.
NEW YORK TOWN competition, and the petition permission to set curbing on the
letter from Dr. Pressley, a Presbyterian Thayer read an original poem and the [ Republicans Highly DelightedTo
asked that the Seaboard be relieved
Buffalo, N. Y., March 24.-Special.) north side from Cathcart street to
minister,.stated that Dr. Nolan party was concluded by the singingof the Republicans this offers the
-By order of Col.! Charles J. Waif, from the requirements of the act, especially the east line of East street on both
from ;
had been rushed in a fast motor boat a verse Lang Syne. wall first opportunity for making a breachin
on plaster cement fer-
village of Depuw was placed un- It sides of Ridgewood avenue from Cath-
to Tampico, and 'died en route. was fresh from this pleasant occasion tilizer the Democratic ranks which have
and fertilizer materials. The
der martial law tonight. All crowdsin i cart to Summerlin
that Mr. ; Livingston on
Lee caused
iI was to stood solidly behind Speaker Clark
the streets were dispersed and sa- I stand and petition concluded by stating that so both sides from Cathcart to Summerlin
I receive for the second time and Underwood during the past three

loons because closed.of the Waif imminent took this danger action of J JUDGE O [ rR[[ IS WilliNG T D I IA in and one integrity day a testimonial as acitizen to and his 'Worth far from as Tampa the cigar to Jacksonville rates are concerned that the four, so feet as in to width.make streets twenty- : years.

warm Informal state
delegation meetingswere
another outbreak by 2,000 ,striking I Seaboard was not able to present any A motion
ACCEPT[ RETIREMENT[ [ heartedness as a friend and neigh- was made by Commissioner held today to discuss the final
employes of the Gould copper works. bor. reasons why a charge should be Robertson, and carried, that
attitude of the different members.
made into Jacksonville
Tampa the
city engineer's duties relative
The large parlor of the Lee home than from Tampa to Ocala. Mr. C. R. inspecting and to Fully one-third of the congressmen
looking after
SUFFRAGE Under Fire on Charges of Official I was appropriated for the presenta- Capps, vice-president of the Seaboard street are in their districts campaigning for
[ QUESTION[ IS UP I INC N openings made by plumbers, telephone -
Misconduct Accused Judge i tion of the loving cup. Mr. H. H. was the first witness on behalf of the renomination. Their associates here

C COMMITTEE[[ MEETING[ Issues Statement I Dickson delivered it, saying that the common carriers, and was called upon ,, water be referred and light to superintendentof and gas companies are receiving telegrams telling how

token represented little of, intrinsic by Chairman Burr immediately after the their constituents feel on the tolls

!I value but it conveyed the love and esteem the commission had assembled and departments. question.
Macon, Ga. March Joseph F. Raehn was to
d 21.Reports of appointed Commercial
Women Seek Aid of the Elections that many citizens of Orange county the statement of the purposes of the act on the board of Body Opposes Repeal
Emory Speer, United States plumbing exam
who had learned not Senator O'Gorman read in the
only to senate -
ref meeting made the chairman.
All L
Committee to Further Causeof judge for the southern district o by iners for the balance of the year 1914.
spect the recipient of the today telegrams and resolutions
gift to of the common carriers in the state .
Suffrage I Georgia, whose official acts recentlywere ) hold for him a warmer and kindlier A car load of oats was ordered to from commercial and civic bodies in

investigated by a subcommittee feeling which the were represented by counsel or by be purchased from P. F. Laubach, i in various of the
speaker said, could official and their parts United States
Washington, March 24.-Woman of the house judiciary committee not be representatives pre acordance with his bid of $1.83 persack
expressed in mere words. Mr. sented quite an imposing protesting against the repeal of the

suffragists, headed by Rev. OlympiaBrown might retire, have resulted in the Dickson referred in terms of praiseto The local board of trade array. f. o. b. Orlando. free tolls clause of the Panama canal

of Wisconsin, president of the judge making a public statement: Mr. Lee's sixteen years of service Mr. Edwin was represented A bill from T. M. Kehoe & Co., of act. The data was ordered publishedin

Federal "If the judiciary'committee by Spencer, Jr., Terre Haute, Ind., for $303.95 for
league, today soughtthe accordance I as county commissioner. and Mr. a the Congressional Record. Among
Light the
aid of the house elections committee with their Conceptions of appeared as repre car load of hay was ordered paid. these
Mr. Lee made a feeling sentative of the farming intersets communications was the following -
on behalf of the French bill to duty, after considering all the matter response. ---
It was impossible, he said, for him and Mr. Taylor of Gainesville appeared from the New Orleans Associa-
'provide that women who are citizensof which has been submitted to Emperor William at Venice tion
to find expression for the deep for the Gainesville board of of Commerce:
the United States and possess sim them,. withdraw the charges againstme itude he felt Brat Venice, Italy, March 24.-An en "The New Orleans Association of
at being thus remem trade. Other representatives of va
ilar qualifications as are; required for in a manner as public as they; thusiastic crowd greeted Emperor Commerce the
bered. He said his service with Mr. rious boards of trade in the state largest commercial
men voters shall be eligible to vote have been made, I will not be unwilling William when he arrived here today
organization in the South is
Dickson the strongly
on board of county cone were in attendance. Mr. Capps _gave
"in all states of the union at electionsfor to accept retirement upon th from Germany. King Victor Emmanuel
opposed to the of the canal
missoiners had always been of themost the present rates from Jacksonvilleto repeal exemption -
members of the house of repre same terms that I might do when I arrives here tomorrow
.. morn for American vessels. We
pleasant nature, and he cherished Tampa on the theory of water
sentatives and the United States sen- reach the age of 70," Judge Speer ing to meet the emperor. believe
we voice the sentiment of the
ate." warmly the memory of his as- competition, stating that the present

says. sociation with him and the men in scale of rates to Tampa was made in ---- thinking people of the gulf coast
Mrs. Clara Bewick Colby, of Port- The judge today denied that the
the company who were representedby order that his railroad might be ableto Kay, representing the Atlantic CoastLine ports in this matter.
land, Me., speaking for the bill, declared suggestion that he retire in any way
"New Orleans is
their spokesman. compete with boat lines from New that it was their contention deeply concerned
that under the constitution and emanated from him and that he had
the Immediately following the speak- York and Philadelphia. Mr. Capps that they had the right to raise the in the rehabilitation of the American
interpretations of the never contemplated such
courts as a ing, Mr. Lee received congratulations mentioned a number of individual rates into Tampa in order to equalize merchant marine. We feel that this
"women ": result of the house
were people and citizens committee's in-
from all present, and delicious refreshments articles on which he claimed this freight conditions of the state, with is unnecessary repeal; if put into effect -
congress, therefore, should ree-I vestigations. His statement, which I
of cake and grapejuicewere competition existed and made an ef- out regard to the railroad commis would deal a staggering blow to
ognize them as such and extend the was in the form of a letter to hislaw'ers
I served, but not before the hon- fective plea for relief from the act. sion, and it was stated by Mr. Spencer American aspirations for a return to
of who
rights federal
suffrage to them. represented him in the "
oree of the birthday party had been Mr. Spencer cross-examined Mr. in behalf of the board of trade, maritime importance.
She cited the investigation
decision of Chief Jus- was called forth, hsaps e
required to snuff the and made that the law did
candles on a Capps many telling pointson not contemplate
tice Teney that the words "People of by an inquiry from Represents any
beautiful i cross-examination. raise to ROMANCE OF GENIUS ENDS IX
birthday cake. Mr. Spencerfirst Tampa or to other point
tive any ,
the United States" and "citizens" are Adamson, of Georgia, concerningthe :
retirement Those who assisted Mrs. Lee in receiving brought out on cross-examina- but contemplated a decrease of rates I DIVORCELos

synonymous terms and mean the same reports. and serving were: Dr. C. C. I tion that there was no boat line com- to intermediate points and that under Angeles, Cal., March 24.-Special.
thing, and added that the constitu Commenting on his statement that ,
he "will Thayer, Mrs. Frank Wheeler, Mrs. 'peting with the Seaboard between the law the railroads had no right to .)-The romance of genius that
tion not be
now provided that "the people"should unwilling to retire"under
certain Joe Allison, Mrs. Cotton, Mrs. West, Jacksonville and Tampa. He then make any rates whatsoever withoutthe resulted in the marriage of Richard
choose the members of the conditions, the judge
house and senate. continues: Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Francis Allison, took up the question of grain, and consent and permission of the Walton Tully, the noted playwright,

"A law "I state this however Miss Alice Thayer, Mrs. Herron, Mrs. under cross-examination Mr. Capps railroad commission. He brought out and Eleanor Gates, the author, was
enabling of all mainly be '
"I Williams, Mrs. Peck, Mrs. Kirkpatrick testified that a great deal of the grain that in this hearing the preponderance shattered today when Tully filed suit
states to vote for members of the cause feel that my health has been
Mrs. Overston, Miss Ellen Hyde, into Tampa came by boat from Philadelphia of evidence and law was upon here for divorce. According to a
house to extent
and impaired
senate said Mrs. by
Colby, my Mrs. Theo Meade; Messrs. Cotton, and that a rate of 12 cents the railroads to show justification for statement by his attorneys Tully
labors as judge. I
"is will
necessary not only to however, accept
prevent un- nothing but the Kirkpatrick, Peck, Williams, and per hundred pounds was made by the the alleged charges and discriminations charges desertion. Mrs. Tully, abouta
just discrimination and most
to secure a unequivocal Wheeler. boat line, and that the Seaboard was against the interior and a year ago, began an action for divorce -

balanced representation in congress tirement exoneration. I will accept no re A list of those in attendance from forced to make the same rate from the burden of proof was on their in New York, but the suit
but to protect the right of except honorable retirement
those which have it" Mrs.suffragein Unless this is offered me and after Orlando accompanying the gift contained Philadelphia into Tampa in order to shoulders. He cited several decisoinsof never came to trial The marriage at

Colby the following names: Jos. L compete. It was brought out here the Interstate Commerce Commis- Mercer, California, on January 19,
complete vindication I
pointed out that women, by leaving rights stand on my I I Guernsey, T. J. Watkins, W. M. Stem that the rate on grain from Jacksonville tion to sustain his contention. 1901, of Tully, the author of "The
states where they now vote not as a judge and an American
lost their local rights but only citizen, let the consequences be what ors, C. D. Christ, H. H. Dickson, S. E. to Ocala was 15 cents per hun Present at the hearing were Com Rose of the Dancer," to the equally

were treated they Ives, Sr., J. M. Cheney, Jas. A. Knox, dred pounds and from Philadelphia missioners Burr, Blitch and Dunn, talented Eleanor Gates, interested literary
as though may.
of the United were States.no longer citizens Charges of official misconduct re J. N. Bradshaw, E. G. Duckworth, Josiah to Tampa was 12 cents per hundred with their rate expert, Mf, J. H. people of two continents..

sulted in the investigation of Ferris, Arthur Butt, T P. War- pounds. Tench, Special Counsel Mr. Hudson,
Reprcsntative French of Idaho Judge
,and low, A. G. Branham hundred of documentary and secretary and UNKNOWN STEAMER
Representative Sherley of Speeds record. The house commit t Jas. ,1. Giles, Many pages stenographer. The AGROUND

had a debate that Kentucky, tee's report and recommendations as Seth Woodruff, B. M. Robinson, C. E. evidence will be presented to the hearing will continue and the Atlantic NEAR MIAMI
hearing. Mr. Sherley interrupted contended the to impeachment have not been made Howard, W. L Dolive, Wm. Margin, commission before it adjourns. During Coast Line will be given a chanceto Washington, March 24.-An unknown

courts had held the public. W. E. Martin, J. H. Tucker, G. E. the course of the day the commissioners explain their side of the controversy steamer was reported aground,
states judgesof Nolan, A. B. Johnson, F. G. Rush, requested each side to give and when the citizens of Ocala today south of Fowey Rocks, near

qualifications of their voters and We have of J. H. Sadler, L W. Tilden, J. H. their views of the law relative to the and other places will also be givenan Miami, Fla. The revenue cutter Yam-
that it more bargain Cuban
was beyond the
federal. power of the aligator shopping baggs. Curtis & Reese, W. L. Nuckols, Arthur Speir, long and short haul bill The carriers opportunity to present heir claimsto acraw sailed from Savannah to her

government to intervene. O'Neal Book and Music store. (Continued on page 8) stated, through Mr. Capps and Ccl. the commission. assistance.

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( Roy K. Moulton) church announces a "mysterious tea" hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
re-election to the office of Supervisor of
for April 1st. They say they wantto Registration for Orange County subject to TODAY AT
yx pre-empt the day, so make this announcement the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd.
Uncle Abner so far beforehand. They 1914.
You can't always tell, by the size promise all sorts of fun,, and will FRANK H. WILLIAMS. Montgomery Motion Picture Co's
of feller's head. There be serve this menu:
Something Most Needed hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm
something in it and there may not. Condensed Curd Impertinence Sheriff of Orange County subject to the Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
Hank Tumms calls it a punk vaudeville Mineral Mixture I Democratic. primary of June 2nd, 1914. Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pmLv
l show that ain't got any livin' Bathing Appliance Cake FRANK GORDON. Waycross, Ga., A. C. L.1110 pm Grand Theater
statooary' in it. Sidewalk Slippers FOR COUNTY TREASURERI Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am
What Babies and Brides Receive hereby announce myself a candidate for Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
: It is safer to imitate the birds by Treasurer of Orange County subject to the
What Our Grannies Used to Card Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga. 3:55 am
singin' than by flyin'. Long Remembrance J. H. TUCKER. Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am "THE THEATER BEAUTIFUL" 4FLORIDA'S
If all the troubles a feller expects Love's Request Most Precious Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga._ 7:30 am
should actually happen to him hewouldn't Frigid Consonant / FOR TAX ASSESSORI for r Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p FINEST PICTURE HOUSE"HEART'S ;
hereby announce my candidacy the
In the store Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05
formerly occupied by office of Tax Assessor of Orange County sub- pm
last more'n a day and a half. M. B. ,Ives. 3-21-td ject to the action of the Demooraitc primary Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
There is always one safe bet, the called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm
pustmaster of any town will never be NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSTax elected I pledge you. my faithful ARTHUR service.BUTT. Ar Cairo.IlL, I. C._________11:07 pm EASE"-Yitagraph Drama with Charlotte De

agin' the administration. books for the payment of Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am Felice, James Young and Kenneth Casey. A story of the

The difference between a warm 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 harm wrought in a family by the too strong will of the
day of March, after which all -! re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof
house and a cold, house is gen'allyjust on which the taxes have not property been Orange County subject to the Democratic Ar Centralia, III, I. C._____ 1:38 am father.
the amount of coal ,you are will paid will be advertised. Come primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If re- Ar Matoon, lIt, I. C._______ 3:30 am
now elected I pledge to you my faithful serviceas Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29
ing to burn. if you would avoid the rush at the I have endeavored to give in the pastW. am
last and save cost of advertising. E. MARTIN.MMMMIIMilimiMMM. Ar Kankakee, 111., I. C._____ 6:20 am "THE REDEMPTION OF BRONCHO BILLY"-An Es-
There lots of who like
are people Ar Ill. I. C_______
W. E. MARTIN Chicago, 7i50 am
to see a feller git along if he happens -- sany Western Drama, headed by the old favorite, Mr. G.
31010t. Tax Collector
to be goin' in the right direction i Solid Through Trains-Composed of I M. Anderson.
I observation, compartment, drawing-
-down hill Buy your garden seed from DeLa-
If it wasn't for the crooks and ney & Abernethy. Just received a Shoe Repairing :. room, section, sleeping cars, and free "AT CROSS PURPOSES" and BUSTER SUN- ,
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville
shysters and scandalmongers this PARCEL POST SHINE," Two Selig Comedys that will leave you laugh-
by and
earth would be almost a good enough : Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand
heaven for anybody. Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em St. Louis. All meals in dining ing.
Court street. 12-5-tf
What has become of the old-fash on Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 85cladies' car.For I 0
i ,ets and Pullman car reservations I Mr. Tallman, our new leader, is a Cracker jack. Come
ioned barber who used to curl yer Half Soles, 60c to 75c
hair up over his fingers? Sentinel want ads. get result*._ Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750 all on i and give him a hearing and jou'H be more than pleased.
Lutie Bibbins made dunnutsfor Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent,
some 4.MIMilimHIMMMMMA or Afternoon Performance, :3:30 to 5:30; Night 7:00 to 10
the church social and now the Heels Repaired, 2sc -_ D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,

boys are usin 'em for quate pitchin' Genuine Bargainin All work returned in 24 hours. -- Atlantic Coast Line, I ADMISSION, CHILDEN 5c. ADULTS .loc.
out back of the pustoffice, instid of Orders without remittance returned Orlando.
horseshoes.The Real EstateGood C. O. D. We pay t

worst thing about bein' a return postage. :. WOOD, COAL AND ICE FRIDAY, MARCH 27

wooden injun is that some foul smell- eight-room house, - Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Thomas W. Ross in a revival of his famous play,
in' cigar store always comes up and with connected kitchen A. Hanson : Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Z "

stands behind him. twenty acres first class landal 19 East Pine Street : "CHECKERS.
Elmer Jones has saved almost cleared, 315 bearing : OLIVE OIL AND SPICESWe
enough cigar coupons to git married. Orange Trees, in first class ORLANDO have the best 25 years in the
The Hard Shell church has had the condition, fine bloom. Land 'IIIII""I"'IIIIIIIII business. Try us. McElroy 'Phar MlilllllltiiiMHMiitlliltHMttPttMtmiMlltiCH

bottom of the collection plate lined can easily be subdividedinto macy. 3-14-3t

with stciky paper, so that a feller five-acre tracts, is on '" '"

can't drop in a quarter and take out road to Conway, 2 1.2 I For ,Economy and purchase -

45 cents change as formerly.The miles from Court House, 1 C
road on two- sides, main Supreffle Auto Oil I W RIG H T power of your money
Newspaper ReporterNo road will be bricked this REALTY & SEBD co
"Try Wright's" Farm
It is not difficult to be a good jear. Has rural delivery, FOR REAL ESTATE ,

newspaper reporter. You only have and shool wagon. Sold to The oil that has Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in

to know what sort of news the people close and estate. CHEAPfor I Orlando, Florida.
i want to read, what sort the editor cash, or very reasonable stood the supreme bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
will accept and where to get it terms will be made. : I--

and then all you have to do is to LORD & BRADSHAW I: test Quality.Fresh .

t sit down and write it in a breezy, entertaining doz. Best Butter
Exclusive Agents Eggs 29C ,Creamery 39C lb.

condense 15 style.acres You of argument have only into to' tiIDI"'I"'lllttiOll'lvDr. I, ;-.-= THAT _' _ : Sweet Milk 130 qt. ,V Ice SOC-IOO Ibs., Limes I5c doz.

Sweet Milk o/c pint Fresh Butter Milk ice qt.
two square inches of space and still
4 do it in an entertaining manner. Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,
You have to combine in, your per BucKmaster Goo Gulf (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
sonality the characteristics of a Sher- .

lock Holmes, a Lord Chesterfield, a .-. 340 Acres Good Land
Osteopathic Physician
Thomas A. Edison, a Christopher Columbus .

j Belasco,, an a Samuel Annie Besant Pepys,, an a David Anna 132 Orange Avenue e ..: I 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,

Eva Fay, a Bob Fitzsimmons, a Soc Next door to' People's Bank, P. G. WALTON, Agt.

rates, a Plato and a George Washing up-stairs. Acute and chronic best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale

ton.You diseases treatedTelephone :
have to have the mind of aI I PHONES 450-269

detective, the heart of a deep sea i 578.
diver the
courage_ of an African lion I '- IMttMtttiMHIHMMMntlMttMIIMMMIIMtltMttltlttltltlMM
t hunter, the hide of a rhinoceros, the ---- -

disposition of an angel, the patienceof that is not StationaryOurs CONDENSED REPORT OF THE CONDITION,

: a cemetery monument, the con

stancy of of a a Sphinx.lighthouse and the reticence is constantly on the move becausewe O ORLANDO l BANK A K a I TRUST I COMPANY f

s You rainfall have in to Kansas know the, what average to do yearly before i onable have what the public desires and at reas- A

prices. .
i the doctor how
comes, many
; years it took to build the pyramids, Our stock is so varied that we can fur- Orlando, Florida.

? the pressure inch of the inside oft nish most want in size tint
per anything you ,
At the Close of business March 4th, 1914, as called for by the
a locomotive boiler the
influence oft
finish or weight. Just now we are selling a Comptroller of the State
formaldehyde upon disease germs,
g the criminal code, the divorce laws, great many boxes of Initial CorrespondenceCards. RESOURCESLoans '

t the automobile regulations, how to Unless your name begins with X, and Discounts $392,709.86
t remove sticky fly ,paper from trousers
we probably have your initial. The cards are Overdrafts 1,130.41
how. to bind a broken leg, the Stocks and Bonds .' 26,018.33

J. liability of railroads, how many microbes fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,437.37

l per square inch exist upon a and see them. They are only 50c a box. We Cash on Hand and in Banks 335,709.30
f $20 bill, how much swatted flies bring
f- also have the initial paper to match the
per gallon, and nineteen thousand, $781,996.27LIABILITIES
f seven hundred and sixty-nine other cards.

i things. Capital $100,000.00
t You must be keen, courteous, W. S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits 30,854,36

f "bright, talented, polite, industrious, Due to Banks 1,657.00
truthful, appreciative, firm, neat, respected The Arcade Book and Music StoreMlillllllitiiilllliMliMMitlMitMlillllUMMIMl

t resourceful, untiring, genial, Deposits 649,48191
t trustworthy and well educated.

t You must know everything that $781,996.27

has happened from Adam down to
: Woodrow Wilson. That's all. It isn't Grove Land Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 .. 521,167.38
very hard, you see. Deposits on Feb 4, 1914 . . . 649,484.91

t .

i DONT BE IN A HURRY Increase in 60 days $128,317,53

i How many have made this fatal The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
mistake of returning too soon, and, : This Season's Best Bargain. Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

as a consequence has resulted, death in from scores pneumonia of friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand

J' cases. to express their appreciation of their patronage that

Physicians tell us, and so do others Sd. made such a statement possible.
that have been through the mill, that .
it is suicidal for people to go north M. M._SMITH, President
. before the ground has had sufficient W. M. DAVIS, Yice President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashiertunuuuunnnnuunnnmnliflfl."flflflflflflfltflft
time to become free of snow. It
55 acres fronting on Orlando-Sanford
. stands to reason that a person who
' has been accustomed to light weight! hard road. In sight of and three minutes ::
wearing apparel all winter will
f' not
take the same precaution against taking walk from R. R. station, Postofficeandgood
t cold those who Ever Try Our Classified Ads? NOTICE
as have been
hotel accommodations. GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
t fighting against it for months.An | I They have proven their worth many
AND DO ALL OF Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
ounce of prevention is worth a I KINDS times and will be just as valuable to
pound of cure. Wait at least until Price $15 Per Acre OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. you if put to the test. Let them be Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
your friends give notice that cock agent in: 1915, pay off with interest to that
your bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19
robin is on the ground before taking Renting a house, selling property or date,
your departure from the land of sun ; It must be sold immediately. anything on the market, finding lost and 20, of the City of Orlando sevener
> shine and flowers.-Daytona Daily articles, securing help or positonsin cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
the made for
News. t
ccording ? provisions

p If the man who wished he could live p profitably.a thousand ways they can*be used edemption Dated February in said 11 bonds., 1914.

to see one real old-fashioned winterhasn't rl n' R l \ t m Co1 W. T. ENTRICAN, -12-lm CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.

bethoroughly already satisfied succumbed by this he ought time.to Jl L H. RAMSDELL Painter and interior decorator. New -
L ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636.
Expert workmen employed.
Olive oil and spices. We have the Phone 504 Watkins Block Offers to Orlando the newest and best
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Libra) of workmanship in the painting and
best. 25 years in the business. Tryus. Now's the time to subscribe. Every. decorating trade. Phone 636. ;
McElroy Pharmacy. 3-14-3t I !JIIII II'I'IIIII"III'I"1"'I"'IIII'I"j " ORLANDO: FLORIDA, body's doin it. 1-21-lm v ,

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WINS OVER CADILLAC latter are something new for C. E. IMPORTANT NOTICEThe ((20.82)) chains, West two and 35-100 (%.33) t ..MMIIIillllltMtMltMMMimMfMIHMHHIMMIlSaturday
chains, South fourteen and 15-100 (14.15)
travelers in Florida.
law requires you to make chains West six and 8-100 (6.08) chains. j e
Three Tests are Made with Kival Au- This program was finished last South six and 24-100 ((6.24) chains to section
tomobiles, in all of Which the Thursday, but owing to some local your tax returns.I i I line, East eight and 90-100 (8.90) chains to March 21st
Buick Leads. delays in Gainesville, will not be distributed am changing all valuationsto beginning; the East half of Northwest quar- ,
there until this ter and Lots One ((1), Two (2), Three (3), .
Tuesday 50 per cent for 1914. I Four (4), Seven (7), and Eight (8)), of Hud- .
(Mobile Register.) week. We hope every society will then Make yourtax returns or don't son's addition to Victoria, being a part of --
As the result of a dsipute between get a copy, but come if you: do not the Northwest quarter of Northwest quarter -
see one. Write Miss Frances Wells kick on my valuation. I would of Section Nineteen ((19)), according to plat .
the Adams Machinery and Manufacturing recorded in Plat Book "A", at page 58, reCords -
Company, and Mr. C.*W. Harrington soon as you can about free entertain- rather have you come in. I of Orange County; the Southhalf of Sec- Special Sale in Linen Handkerchiefsand
representing the Buick and ment. ARTHUR BUTT tion Nineteen (19) ; the East half of North- -
The Kissimmee Journal the east quarter of Northeast quarter and South -
Cadillac cars respectively, a test of says Tax Assessor Orange Co. half of and Southwest
Presbyterian church in that town has Southeast quarter Long Kid Gloves
the merits of the cars was held Monday 3-25-ld&w quarter of Section Twenty (20) ; the North -
and resulted in a sweeping victory raised $800 for a Sunday School room. half of Northwest quarter, and Southwest -
for the Buick. Three tests were kVe know the Endeavor must have had quarter of Southwest quarter of Section :

held, greatest distance on a galon of I, a share ill that. They always do in Buy your garden seed from DeLaney of Twenty-one Section Twenty-eight(21) ;. the West; all half of Section of West Twen half _. :30c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . 25c

gasoline, smooth hill climb, and sandy suchthings. & Abernethy. Just received abig ty-nine, ((29except- Southwest quar- 25c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs 20c
at . . . . . .
Tampa had one called business of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
hill climb, the Buick winnig in all shipment ter of Southeast quarter and South- .
meeting for District workers at the east quarter of Southwest quarter
three events. A. and West hell of Southwest quarterof 20c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . :. . . 15c
Y. M. C. building where Mr. R.
The cars started from Governmentand A FULL MOON .
said Section 29; all of Section-Thirty (30)
Jackson streets about noon Monday J. Charles, district president is superintendent Now is the time to buy your garden I except the South half of Southeast quarter of 15c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . lOc
taking a course out Government of the Boy's Department.hey seed from DeLaney & Abernethv.MASTER'S Southeast quarter of said section Thitry (30.) .
street through Wragg swamp, to plan to have another soon. Thatis All in Township Twenty (20) South, Range 4 50c Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs at. . . . . . . 40c
SALE Twenty-seven (27) East lying, situate and being
a good to We
way get together.
Scranton. This road was selected for need more of them. in the County of Orange and State of : 35c Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . . 25c30cMen's
the tests as it furnished every kind Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure Florida. .
The saying "No Man Liveth to and sale rendered by the Honorable Also the Southwest quarter of Southeast _
of road from to the heavy
pavement Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . 20c
. .
Himself," is true of the Sunshine Department James W. Perkins. Judge of the Seventh quarter of Section Thirteen ((13)), Township _
sand hills. of union. Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, sitting I Twenty (20), South, Range Twenty-six (26), .
The first of the day's events was our Not long agoa in chancery for Orange County in a certain East '(except beginning eight ((8)) feet North 25c. Children's Handkerchiefs at 15c per box or 5c each
the gasoline test. For the purpose cf great Baptist church having just a cause pending in said Court wherein I of the center of railroad right of _
two special tanks were con- Baptist union, of course, placed in its George T. Gaines is complainant and J. D. way, where it crosses East bound- _
accuracy greetings to the church members, two Rooney, et al, are defendants, the undersigned ary of Southwest.quarter of said- KID GLOVES
structed and placed on the side of ell Special Master in Chancery, will Section Thirteen (13), run Easterly and parallel -
the cars. Each held a gallon of gas- quotations[ recently gotten out from sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, with railroad one hundred and fifteen -

oline and a pipe led direct to the our[ office. They were "A GoldenThought" in, front Florida of, the Court House door in Orlando thence\Ul5) feet Westerly North and seventy-five'parallel with(75)railroad feet $3.50 Gloves at. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2.98
carburetor. The gallon of gasolinewas and our Valentine greet during the legal hours of sale :
on one hundred fifteen ((115) feet. South seven-
filtered and measured in the pres- ings. Seemed to us the real interdenominational MONDAY. MAY 4. 1911 ty-five (75) feet to beginning lying situate __ $3.00 Gloves at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.25
ence of six judges, both using gaso- way to pass on these the mortgaged property referred to in said and being in the County of Lake and Stateof 4
line from the same source. The Buickcar helpful thoughts, so. decree, to-wit: Florida. Terms cash. Purchaser to pay $2.75 Gloves at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.98
won this test with a record of Who could read that beautiful poem The West Half of Northwest quarter of for titles. T. PICTON WARLOW ..

14 6-10 miles, against one of 12 510 about "Tom Haney," in a recent copy Southwest quarter quarter of Northwest and West half of of Southwest Special Master in Chancery. _
quarter Section
for the Cadillac. of The Christian Endeavor World and Seventeen (17) ; the South half of Baker &: Baker Sols, for Complt. -.
Smooth Hill Climb not be touched with a longing for Northeast quarter of Southeast quarter and
The second event was a smooth such a heroic life? It was the sec the South half of Northwest quarter of :NOTICE
tary's privilege to be on the plat- Southwest quarter of Southeast quarter and I An Ordinance relative to replacing receipts : IISSESIAIIM & DUNN ;
which took
road hill climb, place on Northwest quarter of Southeast quarter of which can not be produced for delinquent .
the Moffat road. The cars left froma for in the Volunteer service last Julyat Section Eighteen (18) ; except five I city taxes. .
standing start, at a signal by the Los Angeles, when this splendid ((5) acres described as South half Be it Ordained by the City Council of the .
young field worker consecrated his of Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter of City of Orlando: .
time taken ;
and was by a stop
judges Southeast quarter of said Section Eighteen f! Section 1. That any person who has lost for Corsets
life the
to foreign field. We did not Barclay :
in this
watch. Several tests event
(18) ; the Northeast quarter of Northeast or mislaid or otherwise can not produce the
were made, the Buick winning, when know then that typhoid would end it quarter of Southwest quarter and West half City Solicitor's original receipt for any delinquent
the hill was negotiated in 44 3-4 sec- in mortal way in but one month after of Northeast quarter of Southwest quarter of city taxes paid into his office, may McCall's Patterns
onds 46 1-2 for the Cadillac. such service commenced. A messagein Section Eighteen ((18) ; the East half of Lot require the City Solicitor to grant him a cer- :
against One ((1) and Lot Two (2) in Bryan and tificate showing the payment and the date of .
The third test of the day was that today from Miss Adeline. Coddard, Hudson's subdivision of the Northwest quarter payment of such taxes; provided that the
of climbing a sandy hill, the Buick secretary in Ocklahoma, mentions Mr. of Southwest quarter according to plat City Solicitor's books shall show them to have SMIIIIIIIIIiMMIIIMtniUMIHAgents
making a clean sweep by winning in Haney, and our wide-spread: grief recorded in Plat Book "C" at page 12. Orange been paid.Section.
over the end of such Endeavoring. County records; the South half of Northeast 2. The City Solicitor shall collect
the time of 54 15-16 seconds
against quarter of Southeast
quarter of Southwest for such certificates the sum of fifty cents
58 seconds for the Cadillac.A Did you notice that the Christian En- quarter and the West half of Southeast quarter for each original receipt so sought to be replaced -
fourth test on which the agents deavor World asks this week for uni- of Southeast quarter of Southwest quar- which fee he shall pay into the city
had agreed, was the greatest speed son in prayer for the field workers? ter and the West half of Southeast quarter 'treasury for the use of the city.
of Southwest quarter of Section Eighteen (18)) Adopted March 20th 1914.E. .
from a standing start, in the first 30 Don't forget them, thus. beginning twenty (20) chains West of quarter I I' F. SPERRY Mayor.
seconds, but owing to the fact that Hoping to meet many of you at section corner on South boundary of Section Attest: Louisville S Nashville R. R.
the Cadillac car burned out the clutch Gainesville. Eighteen ((18) run North twenty and 82.100 CARL JANSEN. City Clerk 3-25-lmo

this event was called off. The Buickcar GRACE A. TOWNSEND
made a speed of 45 miles in the Ir.tcrlachen, March 24 1914.! OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
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first thirty seconds after a standing 11'119'f. CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
start, prior to the Monday test, according Duval county is to have an annex I.
to Agent L. G. Adams. I to its present courthouse, situatedin : : M agaZl11eS ,1 INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,
The Buick car was driven by L. E. GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.
Fain, service man from Atlanta, Jacksonville. At. the regular meet- Weekly &
vhile Agent Harrington drove the Ca- ing of the board of county commis- MonthlyWe SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED I MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.

dillac. sioners held Thursday, plans were accepted Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm I Jacksonville ..........._ 8:05 pm
Regarding the outcome of the test would like to call your attention that we now < Ar. Knoxville .............12:60 n'n Ar. Montgomery ..... ...... 8:50 am
all were satisfied with the result, Mr. for a handsome! and ornate carry a large assortment of Magazines and Newspa- .' Ar. Lexington .............. 6:40 pm I Ar. Birmingham ...........12:10 n'n
building to cost Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 pm
Harrington, stating that the event approximately $115- pers. Get in the habit of buying your Weekly and Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am I Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35: am
was fairly conducted, saying, however 000, the structure to be erected on the Monthly Magazines from Ar. Detroit ...,............. 7:45 am Ar. St Louis 7:40 am
that the Buick car was driven large vacant lot directly west of the us. Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago .:::::::::::::: 9:38 am
o Ar. Louisville ..eo........ 9:00 pm
by a professional.Buick .- courthouse. The new building will DeLANEY & ABERNETHY Ar. Indianapolis ............ 7:00 am DIXIE FLYERAr.
Makes StatementMr. :! Chicago ............... 7:10 am
0. T. Barr, district sales man- front on Forsythe street and will be (Next Door to the lOc Store.) DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
ager of the Buick Motor Company, connected with the present structure. The fastest train to the West. Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
answered this statement Monday +.. Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ..........12:00 n'n
in The cost of the annex will be met by Ar. St Louis .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
night Mobile to regard put the to Buick sending in experts conditionfor to the two mills special taxation for this -- Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ,.........r...... 6:50am_ .

the contest, speaking as followse: purpose. \MMIIIimimmilMMMMMIMMMIIIIIIIIIMIMORLANDO
"We made no special effort or sent Electric: Lighted Trains with Toronto Sleepers. L ft N. Diners. No Better
Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast :X> Dust or
none other than our regular traveling We insure your life and loan you Dirt.
mechanic, and hecame only in his reg- on real estate at 6 cent SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train with dining can.
ular rounds looking after the wantsof money per coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville. Cleve.
the owners and dealers. We prideour :; interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., land and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Di- .
Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. rect connections to Toledo Detroit. Pittsburg, Buffalo
organization onthe fact that we 3-25-d&wtf DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
ire perhaps the only manufacturers : with coaches, dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation sleeper
of the medium priced cars that look through to St. Louis on Dixie Limited over 5 hours fastest and only one
after the mechanical troubles that Telephones Installed Since Directory night outMONTGOMERY
ROUTE has sleepers through. to St Louis daily, and con-
arise from time time and
our won- Was Published necting sleepers to Chicago.
derful success in the past and which
has caused so much jealousy among 646 H. W. Barnard ______Residence For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.
other organizations is the fact that 656 Mrs. Irene BarnesResidence Water & Co. | C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway,
we spend our profits toward the main- 170 E. W. Butt ____Candy Kitchen Light 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
tenance of the cars instead of hot 572 W. P. Chapman______Residence 2-26-eod-2a
air Advertising, which in the long run 6,48 D. R. Caruthers________Grocery

gives us satisfied owners and dealersin 150 John Empie __________Grocery .a
every section of the country." 273 Empire Hotel t

Following the test, all participants, 156 Florida Shippers' and Growers'
judges, etc., were guests of Mr. L. G. League. ElectricityI
Adams, agent for the winning car, ata 340 Henry Green _______:Residence
a banquet held in the Vineyard Mon- 1026 C. F. Grannis ___________Grove r J
day night, when tests were forgottenfor 639 Elijah Hand ______Undertaker 1
the time being and all spent an 652 Mrs. J. Hall _______Residence !
enjoyable evening.The J 654 Home Laundry. I Gas Water Ice 1

following were the officials. 1026 W. R. Harney ________Grove Every (
Judges Messrs. Guy Hartwell, 655 S. E. Ives, Jr. _______Residence typeface ''ii t j
Morgan Dukes, Blaine Brownell, of 642 R. P. Johnson ______Residence strikes the exact jj

Birmingham, C. W. Short, J. 'M. Mc- I 381 Bishop Cameron Mann_____Res. Office-.No. West Central Ave. printingcenter -'.
Cowan and N. McKean. I 120 R. L Mercer _________Market +_ 1
Timekeepers-Messrs.. Dukes and 174 Orlando & Sanford Transfer Co. everytime ,

Braownel. 649 Police Night Call___Model Cafe
Starters Messrs Hartwell and r 285 H. R. Remsen _______Residence 1 j
Short. 641 Dr. Miles Robinson___Residence
The Cook Automobile Company are :' 643 Dr. D. C. Roney.,____Residence Telephone No. 6OIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIinillllllM

agents for the Buick in this section 478 S. N. Seymore ______Residence The LC Smith & Bros. j
and they invite you to call at their ,651 J. Sims _____________Residence Ball Bearing, Long Wearing Typewriter
garage and look their cars over. 645 Wm. Taylor __________Business t
I 647 L. S. Tenny _______Residence \ 1

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR WORKMr. 650 C. W. Thompson ____Residence Typewriter for j
540 G. B. Venters _______Residence .
644 F. H. Washington ____Business
Stafford is now stopping at 653 Mrs. Alice WithersResidence .
the Rural Business Man j
411 West Amelia Ave. Orlando few
days. a 304 0. D. Young __Bicycle Repairs3ll3teod .

On March 19th the convention
guest, Mr. A. La Verne Spafford, I 1'1111'11111111111111111111111111111111111111111"1ORlAN Whether you are a small town merchantor
stopped en-route from Michigan in B. & L. NOTICE
Jacksonville, several hours and met During the absence from the city a farmer, you can't afford to without

with the Endeavorers in a conference of the Secretary, Douglas R. Ellerbe,
sesion in the eveening. In a letter and until further notice, all informa- a typewriter.
by one of these workers to an out-of- tion relative to the Orlando Mutual O S W ASIIINGION
city friend this is what is said: "Mr. Building and Loan Asociation may be Typewritten letters and bills save your time and

Spafford, who will le the guest of obtained of Mr. Donald A. Cheny, at business in'no
honor at 'he convention in Gaines- the Orlando Water & Light Co.'s of- give you a standing you can get

ville, March -7-29th is the State :secretary fice. DRAWING ROOM other way.
of Michigan and one of the'rn; -
est and brightest talkers I have e"T'f SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTH The L. C. Smith & Bros typewriter is especially

had the pleasure of hearing. Had the I am now organizing an excursion SLEEPING CARVIA
pleasure, when he stopped over in party to New York and Albany, via t adapted to this work because it will stand more

Jacksonville, not only of hearing him Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, wear and does not require an expert operator.
in a meeting, but also in personal interview April "Oth. Price for trip is $22.25
and will say that if you from Orlando to Albany, which includes Anyone can learn to operate it in a short time.It .
could talk with him for five
minutesand baggage transfer in Jacksonville -
not want to get out and hustle and New York. Special reduc- is ball bearing throughout, simple, compact,

for Christian Endeavor there must be tion to those starting at Jacksonvilleor ATL&NTIC& T LINE. a complete.
something wrong. He has been in the stopping at New York. For good .

work several years, and his talks at berth and rooms make reservationsnow Mail this today.L .
Gainesville alone will more than repay of C. P. Smith, Hand building, coupon _
you for the trip there. corner Orange avenue and Church
Tampa will have a delegation car street, before March 21. 3-5-tf OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
over the Seaboard. Get in touch with Syracuse, N. Y.
Mr. George Cavanagh, Box 775, Tampa Don't let your winter home run Please send me your free book.

He, is if you want and to do it in a hurry. I down in the summer. I will guarantee -! I o I I do not MM a typewriter .! ,mea"
going so is the state president to it in !
Rev. J. D. Wyandt, and Junior I keep tip-top shape so Tuesdays an n SalurdaisFOR I tat Bilaf a typewriter sad would like t. hrs boat

superintendent Ruth and some, more his daughter active workersof Miss : you you see return.will me find at Make once.WERNER it as. it you.a point left to it writeor when J J D year special offer to exchcage it for a sew _eo.BUICK .

Lake Magdalene, Tampa, West F. NEHRLING. aaaP.

Tampa and other sections of that dis 3-19-6t RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON O-_
trict. Others are asked to join themen

route. at Waldo or some other Ladies who desire correspondencewith I W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. State._ _ _ _ _ _ _

place.Alarge number come down from' gentlemen of wealth and refine- W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49. -r .

Jacksonville Friday afternoon on the I ment send your description and ad- ORLANDO, FLA.
Line and via dress to the Metropolitan Exchange,
Rochelle among some whom the State sec-and Orlando, Fla. There is no publicityand 1 George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando. *" '1j 1 .-

retary can be counted. no fee for ladies. 3-22-lwk. J. G. KirklandDivision Passenger Agent, Tampa.

The Gainesville friends have nice i
badges and grip "stickers" ready. The i Read Sentinel want ads. 1..I..i..I"I"I.I..I..I. . . . .

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agus fern was festooned from the
South Florida Sentinel For some months past the mem- chandelier and caught to the four ( W. S. Branch)

MORNING AND WEEKLY bers of the social circles of this city corners ,of the table with bows of "Well, Jim will have an extra bur-

JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. and of Brownsville, Pa., have been green tulle, and above the table a den to care for hereafter," remarkedone
keenly interested in the romance of shower, of Marechal Neil rosebudswas of the boys in front of the post DoksollIvosco.DEPARTMENTAL!

Entered at the poetoffice at'Orlando. FlorIda two popular people, and eagerly an- caught with ribbons. The table office this morning. "Yes, and I hope
u Second Class Mail Matter. ticipating the wedding of Miss Emma was centered with a large willow he is strong enough so he will not be .

TO ADVERTISERS: Tippens and Mr. James Burden,which basket filled with rosebuds. Those I tippin' over under the load," replied

took place last evening in the Pres- serving were Mrs. Atha, who broughtthe i his companion.

advertising Copy for mutt display be handed and all in at other the hand-let business byterian church. white iced cake to the bride, and I * *

office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Miss Tippens is one of the most Misses Ruth Thompson, Charlena I Mr. Hungerford's new concrete [ [ STORE[
the day before publication. This rule applies warehouse N.
( barn and storage on
to chances for contract advertising; it is charming visitors Orlando has ever Galey and Lena Larson. The wed- t
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. Ave. is about finished and
consisted I Orange ,
had, and has won many warm friends ding supper of chicken patties -j I
SUBSCRIPTION' RATES her visits sandwiches, olives, coffee salad with all due respect to all the other
Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 during to her uncle and think it about the best
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Grant, at brick ice cream, cake and bon-bons, barns, we Orlando's favorite
Daily S Months ...................... 1.25 the color scheme of and looking barn in town. His horses Shopping
Daily, 1 Month ....................... .50 their attractive home on Main street. yelow white
Mr. Burden is the of Mr. and being used in the mints, cream and ought to step alittle higher after I II
Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 1.00 son to living int it.
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... 75 Mrs. J. D. Burden, and has lived in cakes. I I I they get
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Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- Orlando for many years, where he is In the siting room, which was dec i I
tinued should notify the office in writing on known as one of the brightest and orated with pink roses, Misses Ruth We admire beautiful trees as muchas f PLACE
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be but we honestly think
continued at the regular subscription rates most promising of the younger busi- McCullough, Lorena Walker, Cora anyone,
until notice Robinson looks better with
to received. avenue
F stop is
ness men. Todd and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr.,1 I
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1914. Just preceding the ceremony a short served, others assisting in the enter- that one big live-oak out of the way.
One tree alone by itself in the middleof
musical program was given. Miss tainment of the guests being Mrs.
THE WEATHER Branch played softly on the organ as : Daley McKane, Miss Ida Galey and a much 'used street seems out of
the and later place in this automobile age.
guests were arriving, Miss Romaine Clark.
C. .
Florida: Fair Wednesday; warmer during the wedding ceremony. Mrs.T. The guests were taken upstairs to
Friends of Col. Bishop of North
f in northern and central portions.i H. Thompson's rich voice was view the wedding gifts which were
heard in "Oh Promise Me and Orange avenue will regret to know
Tuesday, cloudy, probably rain in many and handsome.The .
that he is still quite ill, but all hope
the sweet tones died away Miss Char- ;
northwest .. C
lena Galey, her accompanist, began bride's going away gown was the warm spring days will bring new Q \ :1 frt
of brown, with a becoming hat to
the wedding march from "Lohen- strength to the genial proprietor of
The Socialists are going to prove match. the pretty home which he has named
i the Bryan primary law invalid. If grin. Mr. and Mrs. t
Burden left "It suits Me.
I The Orlando order of Boy Scouts, by auto r .
the Socialists are willing to wait they after the reception for two weeks'wedding :
of which Mr. Burden is master; were a i Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr is some
might save unnecessary The
in uniform, and placed a carpet from journey. fisherman as ,well as some vocalist, Y
1 r
likelihood that the next legislature Y J / V
the steps of the church to the carriage and his friends have lately been en-
wilt) repeal it.
of the bride, then lined just inside A JUVENILE PARTY joying fish dinners as a result of his
o the church, their banners, the The Ladies'Aid Society of the M. E. skill as an angler.
Of the making of papers there U. S. flag and their own emblem, church invite you to their birthday 1I.5 W, t
seems to be no end in Florida. The party on Thursday, March 26th, from Fifty pages of names have already
forming an arch near the door three to six o'clock at the residenceof
been placed on the register at the
Lake Wales News is the latest.It .
very through which the bridal party en- Mrs. J. P. Musselwhite, on East -T
is bright and well and will Lake Eola. Tourist Headquarters and they are '
printed tered. The ushers, Messrs. Frank A silver offering. All :
help to develop the Lake Wales sec- Hoffman cordially invited. 3-19-6t still filling several pages a day. \ 1 k
.. Guernsey, Harry Whitne1Wright
i tion. Walter Drennen, Lawrence

o Lawton, Louis Baas, Joe Woodnick, II111''MHIIIIIMMIMIMMMMtlMMtMimiMMtittCash

Miami is making prepartaions to and Herbert Franklin, were followedby _

; entertain a thousand Elks at the annual -i the maid of honor, Miss Burden, i. to Loan on I s vI
convention of the order to beheld ': who was lovely in a gown of yellow) : ,

a in that city. There is no betetrway crepe de chine, with gold lace, and :
of entertaining than the Miami carried a bouquet of roses. Misses : City PropertyReal f WE ARE FLATTERED-EXTREMELY SO

way. Eleanor Lewis and Mary Walker I
The attendance of the First day of our opening
o were the flower girls and daintily j :
were -
pleased us as as our new store pleased the hun-
The Lake Region Press asociationwill dressed in white, with yellow ribbons ,: dreds who came, saw and bought.We .
be organized in Kissimmee April and carried, baskets of yellow :
t 8. The Kissimmee board of trade has rosebuds. I Estate bought and sold have consistently felt that the people of Or-

issued invitations to the newspapermen Master Ross Thompson carried the : lando would respond readily to anything arranged for

of Volusia, Seminole, Orange, ring on a silver salver and imme- I: for cash or on commission. their instruction. And we are more than gratified to

Lake and Osceola be present. diately preceded the bride, who was I: comment on the remarkable interest shown by them in
i I pp\mn"not1 hy 1,0.. "..."1,,, 1I.f.. l'!.."...+. I, the opening of our new store.
n- uv.vuulfUlllt.Vl l/JT lit I UUV.1C, "' h 4iYll" ;
Thomas Edison says that resting The bride was a picture of gentle ,
Directly and indirectly we heard many pretty endorsements -
makes him tired. He writes his sec- dignity; and sweetness in her white j e: Dr. A. J. TAYLOR of our efforts to provide a store that would
from Fort robe of de chine and lace, the
retary Myers that he crepe : serve its patrons expeditiously and efficiently.
wants to get back to his laboratory i latter being the handwork of her : Rock Building, Upstairs.MStMHHHmMmiMMMMMMMIMIMIItlMIMM.
y and get to work. In this Edison grandmother, Mrs. Galey. The bride's Throughout the whole of the first day of our open-

substantiates his distinction from ordinary veil was gracefuly caught with or- ing the hundreds who attended were unrestricted in

men. ange blossoms and her only ornament +MilMMMMMMMMMHtMilttmillMMItiMIM their praise of everything. We say again that we are

o was a necklace of exquisite pearls, : flattered and thank you sincerely for this evidence of

The days for registering are grow- the groom's gift. Her bouquet was I: A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX appreciation. To merit more we will continue with unabated -

ing briefer. There are fifteen hun- of lilies of the valley, roses and or- : energy to provide you with the choicest that

dred voters in Orange county who ange blossoms, with maiden hair fer i. THE PALMS AUTO COREO the market affords.As .

haven't as yet inscribed their names The groom, with his best man, Mr. a fair evidence of our policy in this respect attention -
on the books. They'll have to hurry George Burden, joined the bride in is directed to the completeness of the various de-

if they expect to arrive in time to front of the altar, where Dr. Wray, MOTOR CARS partments devoted to ready-to-wear-garments for men,

i have a vote. assisted by Dr. Stagg, performed the women and children- Chic Spring Millinery, dress accessories

o ceremony, using the ring service. For long life and low cost of upkeep. JVe also carry a for men, quality shoes. Every item in these,

The Ocala Banner suggests that From the church the bridal party ; full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force as in all the other stocks is of fashion-foremost char-
fl the picture of Jeems Alexander re- drove to the Grant home, and in the acter. '

{ cently published in one of the De- drawing room, under an arch of bam- of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely %
The store again invites you-its appeal is based
Land papers looks as if the gentle- boo and asparagus fern, from which on a
guaranteed. Style, Quality and uniform courtesy-if have not
; man had just returned from the Mex- was supended a large wedding bell you
ican border. Jeems hasn't been near of white roses and fern, the bride and already attended do so tomorrow-you will feel well re-
: pain in thousand little
i the border, but he's just as wild as if' groom received the congratulationsand ways. r
f he had been. good wishes of a host of friends. .. .

I -------o Standing with Mr. and Mrs. Burden THE PALMS AUTO CO

t The tolls exemption repeal bill is were Grandmother Galey and Mr. and IN CHILDREN'S WEAR

the rock upon which the Democratic Mrs. Grant. : FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. -
t majority in congress is going to be Quantities of roses were used I We have an assortment of street and little social functions

r L broken. The situation is interesting throughout the house and the dining 4 I ready-to-wear things designed Style is apparent in all of

: if not alarming when Speaker Clark IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I along conservative lines. It inthem..
I includes frocks for the school
t. and Leader Underwood are on opposing i ,
t sides of the question. The debate
will be worth
a trip to Washington.o .

, ----o- We have the brilliantlyhued ture-all kinds of it. Shirts-

must be trying days for Oscar and the sombre in neckwear, thousands of them in all the

r Underwood. His campaign for head gear of the correct block. accepted shirtings; collars ga
the senate is sizzling in Alabama, -Stiff and Soft. Underwear of lore-and the correct things in

, but he is tied to Washington waitingfor seasonable and hygienic texsox.. Dress clothes, too.-
the repeal of the tolls exemption Are You Invitedto

k act to come up. Not many -
I would stick to their post of duty a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea

under such circumstances. gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure Millinery is proof condidly and fashionably shaped
-0-- clusive that an attractive hat and trimmed and yield nothingcan
Mrs. Douglas Robinson, the sisterof you will be interested in our display of the newest and be produced at a sane price to the more important imporit -

Col. Roosevelt, visited Judge most artistic designs inCUT is simply a matter of ac- tations abroad in the distinc-

Broyles, the famous Atlanta police cepting a reasonable, instead tion they impart to the wearer.

court judge in his court room a few GLASS of an extortionate profit. The assortment is a very large

days ago, and heard the judge in ac- Our Spring hats are splenone..
tion. She declared it
was "bully"and
There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets
when asked to pose for a photo
t said she was "dee-lighted." But all here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.

I the Roosevelts have their failings. We are sure you can never find anything that would

The Arcadia- Enterprise o thinks that } be more acceptable.T.H.Evans. Our Mail Order r flepartifieniIs e

Nat Bryan will be sorry that he ever .

heard of the three P's-primary and

parcel post. Nat is not that kind. He's a great help to our out-of-town customers, makeuse
his convictions and ..
got he stands
of it whenever you can. Samples or information
'em, let the results be what they may.

His primary law is unpopular and he cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
may have to pay the penalty for fath- r
Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues
ering it, but he won't be sorry, much.

o- We invite comparison values.
Editor Holly of the Sanford Her-

ald admits that he is geting to old the Jeweler
to dance the tango, and regards the

modern dances as demoralizing. Holly ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

should look upon the bright side. It
is said that these dances are giving OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

the old and decrepit a new lease on Ave.
Orange Orlando
life. Maybe its a harking back to n nIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.'IIIIIII'IIIIII
nature, or something like that. Per- .
the is derived from
haps tango orang- ,.
s ,
outang-o. =IIIIIIIII


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You Must t Eat.l Caudy n J 811 o\ &rillin& :I;a i I ROBINSON Open Admission 9a.m.to130P.M.I A STARKEY 5 cents, Managers a|

DcI DODBH)OD!i GH>CD -EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. WEDNESDAY'S PROGRAM ,

That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con BUYS AND SELLS I with two-reel'Victor.uGirl a new drama.player o'A,the Florence splendid Woods."Lawrence play A- "Get It I li's"

cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en' from the book written by E. B.
} REAL ESTATE Hoadley.[ We are taken into the hills
gine. in this story. Into the wilds of Tennessee -
The best
where the hard muscled,
Chocolates Car
No purer candies than
The settings
horny handed manis king. -
and backgrounds are superb in I
amels Taffies etc. .
their picturesqueness.Nestor. .
FRESH DAY. I 400 acres within three ; "Them Two Kids." A real WATCHESCLOCKS
comedy. John, wishing to marry,
miles of Kissimmee, two wrote to his father for money. "When
you are married and have kids you
; mile facing Orlando-Kis- ; may expect it" was the answer.
'ohn's friends furnish the "kids" and
simmee brick road, $20 ; hn got the girl and the money.
BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN[ Father comes to visit him, with a
1 per acre if sold within ! lively scramble ensuing.IR. ... I

30 days. 314.im | | I JEWELRY D
The home ot pure home-made Candies.

Orange AvenueUtilMIMIIMMMIMiHIttiilMMiMMIIIItlllltli FLORIDA LAWS ENCOURAGE very enjoyable evening over "five Etc. .

OR DISCOURAGE MARRIAGE? mndred"was spent aD the home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Matthews, who enter- You ever bought at the
., tained in honor of their out-o-town
The above question will be discussed quests, Mrs. E. L. Doty and Mr. H. best price you ever
at the regular meeting of the
I Mr. Joe Jones is in Tampa on bus V. D. Voorhies. them.
Equal Suffrage League at 10 a. m. nasturtiums in bought
;iness.H. Beautiful roses and
WADE r today. All are cordially invited to profusion were greatly admired by

THE TUNER t R. Hicks, the surveyor, left yesterday attend the meeting and members are the guests, who were speedily busy
i ORLANDO, FLA. for Titusville, to assist Mr.J. urged to be present for the consideration over a four table contest. Mrs. Doty "fol It II
lit t en's"b
I 0. Fries on subdivision job. Ti- of important business.The made the highest score for the ladies,

I tusville is an old stamping groundfor receiving as prize a dainty sandwich

Judge T. P. Warlow went to Inverness -i Mr. Fries, as he was county en- Ohio Association of Orlando basket; while Mr. S. E. Ives, Jr., won

yesterday on. professional business r gineer there for twelve years. had a well attended meeting Monday first honors among the gentlemen,
evening at the Tourist Headquartersin his trophy being a handsome pocket-
Messrs. B. L. Griffin and R. D. the Arcade building. Mr. W. R. book.

Sloan, prosperous citizens of Ocoee, O'Neal was appointed president, Mr. The "consolation," a box of deli-
Mrs. E. F. C. Steffer, of Pittsburg were among the visitors to the coun- W. S. Branch vice-president, and Mr.J. cious candy, fell to Mr. Matthews,
Pa., is among the late arrivals at ty seat yesterday. They brought the J. Newell secretary. The next who consoled the entire party there- '

.the San Juan. J I pleasing news that the recent cold meeting will be held the first Mondayin with. -cD

I snap ,did but very little damage in April. The daintily served refreshments -ClO- -
Among the Floridians. /registering(their section, if any. consisted of delicious chicken salad,
at the San Juan yesterday was Mr.t Unity Circle this afternoon at 3 sandwiches and coffee.

B.: D. Hiers, of Gainesville. Mr. C. F. McQuaig, of Orlando, is o'clock at Unity Chapel. Miss: Gordon Among those present were Mr. and<] N.MIIHIIilMtlllMIIIMIIIiMttMIIHIililtlillHIIIFire

in the city the guest of his daughter,I will give a review of the much Mrs. Doty, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, ,

Mrs. Annie Wilkeson, of Foster-\Mrs. L. F. Clayton, at the Loyal ho- talked of book, "The Precipice," by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lege, Mr. and ),

ville, Tenn., arrived last night to.be!tel. He will go down 'to Fort Myers Mrs. Elia Peattie. All interested are Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.Rartev. II II

the guest of Mrs. J. N. ?McElroy. i I from here and on his return will be! cordially invited. .J Mr. Voorhies.' Mrs.:_ _Head__u_, I
I accompanied to Orlando by Mrs. Mrs. Ford, and Misses :Masle and

Mr' C. E. Johnson has gone to I I Clayton, who will spend a week.- ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL Florence Doty.ENGAGEMENT. Insurances

Plant City and Fort Myers in the interest Lakeland Telegram. I I .

of the South Florida Foundry.Mr. .I I Today being the Feast of the An- AND APPROACHING .
nunciation, there will be a celebra-
and Mrs. J. P. H. cunning- FRANK B. STONEMAN
]I tion of the Holy Communion in the
ham, of New Castle, Pa., arrived in Cathedral at 10 a. m. Many in Jacksonville will be inter-
Orlando yesterday and are pleasantly I In honor of F. B. Stoneman, recently At 4 p. m., the annual meeting of: ested in the recent announcement of;
located at the San Juan. I I elected grand generalissimo of St. Mary's chapter, Daughters of the the engagement of Miss Glenn Che- sw4r
the grand commandery of the state
King, and at 5 p. m. the usual Lenten ney, a popular society girl of Or-
Sentinel ads.: stimulate business. of Florida, Knights Templar, Simonof service, with brief address. lando, and Mr. D. R. Ellerbe, also of: J
"When you don't advertise nobody Cyrene commandery will give a Orlando, the marriage to be an eventof 172IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII
knows that you are doing business,I,banquet Tuesday night following the the near future.
and it won't be'long before you'll not,I exposition of the Knights Templar THE LADIES' AID CHURCHTo Miss Cheney has frequently visitedin M

know it yourself." degree work. All Knights Templarin Jacksonville and has many friends i

the city .are urged to attend, as an all around good supper here, as well as throughout the state,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Williams and I special care is to be taken to make We are bidding you to come; who will be interseted in her approaching -
Mr.: and Mrs. I. W. Leach after this a noteworthy event, it is said We are taking no refusals- .
I Not one must stay at home. marriage.Miss in n M i minimum i mi n HIM nun HI mi nit
spending the winter at their homes i'I'by those who are in charge. Mr. : Cheney is being much feted j

:Concord Park, leave tomorrow for Stoneman has been prominent in For the chicken-bean supper by her friends in Orlando, and a num-
their northern homes at Petoskey,[ Knights Templar circles for many The price is thirty-five, ber of brilliant prenuptial affairs i

TUich. II j years and is now in line for the highest Cream But only and a cake dime is and extra five., have been planned in her honor.- String Beans
I state office. He was a delegate Times-Union, 24th. :i
., Mrs. E. A. Richards, of Holly Hill,''to the conclave in Denver last sum- At Marion B. Ives' old stand, Sat- ..r
has received the appointment as postmistress -'! mE-r. The state convention was held urday 3-24-lw, March 28, from 5 to 10 o'clock. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY : Fresh supply received daily

e at that place and will probably 1'in Orlando.-Miami Metropolis. .
assume the duties of, the office BAZAARThe TO RENT-Lower apartment, No. 8 :M
with the beginning of next month.- ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Junior Civic League will hold Jackson street, partly furnished, r Oranges! Oranges!
Daytona Daily News. Mrs. Edward L. Vezina, of New a bazaar Saturday afternoon on from April 1st. See J. H. Pruyn, :
York,' announces the engagement of: Orange Ave., in the offices of Lord& New Grand hotel. 3-25-lt '
Bradshaw. Home made candies and j
Mr. Charles Lartigue returned last her daughter, EllalineJ; Mr. Goldie fancy work of all kinds will be on sale Advertisers "A,"- "B" and "Motor" j r By dozen or box
evening from a business trip to I A. Adams, of Detroit. Miss Vezina and each purchaser will be presentedwith :rM
have number of communications
I a
Gainesville. He is going North to finish her musical a souvenir, which1 will be a small
was accompaniedhome
olant The benefit will be for the directed in care of the Sentinel which :
by his brother, Mr. Ralph Lar:j education. Mr. Adams is going North Eola Park play grounds, which fact they should call and get; They : Fresh Country Eggs
who is soon, but will return to Florida next
tigue, busy today greeting his alone should justify your patronage. should not have advertised in the
many friends. winter to build in St. Petersburg. All persons having promised any-
thing, will please leave same at above Sentinel if they hadn't expected re- i
afternoon time af- sults.
offices Friday any
TEN YEARS IN ORLA'NDOChiropodist Dance at Russell's Point Thursday, ter three o'clock.
for both men and wo-, March 26th. Gentlemen 50 cents 3254t.
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and: each. Auto bus opposite postofTice THE SANITARY GROCERY
Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L,
Good music. 3-25-2 Eat what want
J. Mustard I you Abernethy, druggists. 313tfEat
117 Orange avenue, over Eat all want.
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm, Take a postscript you and forget it. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Warman Repairs and Retires Baby what you want.
For sale by all druggists. .
Ever Try our Classified Ads. Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf l-7-d&w.lyr Eat all 'you want. '
Take a postscript and forget it. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
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For sale by all durggists.
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The Lucerne Today

Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointment
No extra charge for house treatment
Telephone connections
Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes

"For His Master two reel Reliance.
Touring Car fully equippedas

"Our Mutual Girl," is here again with new styles, and a Flowers good as new

continuation of last week's detective story. ROSES, VIOLETS,


"In a Garden," a one reel Thanhouser. POTTED PLANTS

"The Four passenger Cadillac ready to
% I Capture Ot New York another Thanhouser.

Good Wood - $1.50 run $350.00.San .
"The Winner and the Spoils a Majestic. _
: Better Wood $2 and $2.25Best

Six good reels. ,Wood $2.50 and $2.75 Juan Garage Co.

This won't last long,

Stock up while you can. All Night ServiceAJAX

Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents
Orlando Wood Yard

Balcony: 5 Cents TIRES don't cost any more and are guar

104 W. Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.11.C .

B. W. KINGSIEY Proprietor
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I I There are 315 ways of changing a doing general house work and
I : quarter of a dollar. The pieces used nursing. Can furnish room if de
Sill THROUGH THE[ HAD f I sired. Elderly woman preferred. Ad-
I are the twenty-cent piece, ten-cent MUNNIMAKEKS dress J. L. D., Care Sentinel 3-22-2t

I piece, five-cent piece, three-cent piece, Notice of Loet, Wanted. For Sale Fer FOR SALE-One minute picture
Columbia Professor Makes End of I two-cent piece and the one-cent piece.To 69c Rent.for etc three.'lof days this or eolcnn.'1.80 for 25c one for week one day for camera. For the small sum of $5 & TRAN rBR CO1 1J
make all these changes without 25 w.rds or less. Money must mceeapany the outfit is yours. Cost me new $35.
His Life After Sensational I using the same coin twice would the advertisement fer this column as DO Write R. G. White, Winter Park, Fla. 1 1
require insertions will be made on credit. 3-20-3t
Love Affair 1,223 one-cent pieces 614 twos,
FOR SALE-Ten of land WANTED-To rent, the
acres ; one by year,
378 three, 184 fives, 59 tens and 9 ORLANDO FLORIDA
acre in bearing orange grove; six cottage of six or seven rooms; must
A special from Stamford, Conn., twenties, making 2,584 pieces, worth acres cleared part of land suitablefor be close in and rent reasonable. Ad-
I gardening and trucking; located dress J. L. D., Sentinel. 2-17-2wks
that Harry Thurston Peck, a $53.74.
half mile from city limits on public FOR REM
former professor at Columbia colt road. Bargain. Address M. C. B.,

lege, committed suicide there yester- SEED! SEED! SEED! care Box_431, city. 3-10-tf FOR RENT-Exceptionally well fur-
day by shooting himself through the Garden and field seed. DeLaney & FOR-RENT-OEf SALE-Good house nished bungalow. Immediate pos- P cti.4Jriii I OLftJil
brain. Peck had visited Orlando on Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf I garden and farm land, on Conway ,session. Everything necessary for
1 several occasions, and was personally clary road. R. Bruce. Perry, Box 115. convenient housekeeping. Reasonable 1
FOR SALE 3-20-lm-d&w rent. Phone 401, or 239, or call at
f known to many in this city. He wasa 20 acres located three miles from I FOR RENT-5-room house, partly 514 South Lake street. 3-15-1 i

writer of note and for twentyeightyears city on proposed brick road; eight. furnished. See Frank Soper, Room sweet
was professor of ancient languages acres bearing grove; two acres 3, McNeill & Davis Bid?. 2-18-10t WANTED-Any variety
potato plants. Will contract at 75c
; at \Columbia university. He cleared and ten acres timber; four FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand i per thousand until June 1st. Fred M.
left the institution more than three roou cottage. Price $3,500. unimproved land. See S. S. Preston, Pine Castle, Fla.
25 acres four miles from city; ten Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlra! 320d&wtfFOR
years ago because of notoriety incident acres in grove, four hundred bearing I -
L to a breach of promise suit for orange and two hundred threeyearold FOR SALE-Ford runabout; bargain'' attractive I
$50,000 brought against him by grapefruit trees; twelve acres if taken at once. Address Box 594, in RENT-Large room
new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue.
fruit land and three acres garden city. 3-13-lw REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE
Esther Quinn, a stenographer. Short- 2-4 tf BETWEEN \
land; cottage and barn, located on
ly after the filing of the suit Dr. lake front. Price $5,000. FOR SALE-Sour oranges, seed for FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the
Peck filed a voluntary petition in 70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland planting. $1 per bbl. Addie Kim-II week or month; cheap. Phone 571, Orlando and Sanford and Intervening \ \ ..
r, bankruptcy. He ,gave his assets as ; three and one-half miles from brough, Kuhl avenue. 3-18-6t, or call at 23 E. Pine street. 312.1m
$260. city. Price $30 per acre. Points
Five-room cottage and lot one hun-
In March, 1912, Miss suit i littlitHtlMimiMtlliiiilMltiliiiittHMilMilMOne
dred by four hundred feet; located on,
t Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work.
was dismissed as insufficient. Later main highway leading out of city. Quick

. she filed another action, now pend Price $2,000.Five Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

t t ing.Dr. well' located.acres of Price bearing$2,000.orange grove, Bungalow Left to Sell flllllllll
Peck dropped out of sight after 140 acres overlooking a beautiful ."
his retirement from Columbia and did lake, one and one-fourth miles from
not come before the public eye until railroad station and packing house;
20 acres bearing con- M. J. tt"III"IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII'III"'II'I'I'II"'I"The '
orange grove DAETWYLER
April of last year, when he became taining fourteen hundred trees. The
F critically ill at Ithaca, N. Y., suffering remaining land is high grade fruit
with nervous breakdown. His and garden soil. Price $12,000. Altamonte '
life I was despaired of until his divorced 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well Phone 563littttliilMiilMMMMIIiliiiltlMMIIIilitlltlltlt
located. Can be had at a bargain.J. .
wife, Mrs. Cornelia
D. Peck,
a Christian Scientist, came to the Office Over Blue Drug Store,
k hospital and administered to him. 117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'(or A. C. L ,J

The second Mrs. Peck found no objection I Orlando, Florida. I R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served in Inte-

to the ministrations of the divorced 2-20-tf rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
r FOR SALE I II i WANTED-Middle age white woman most beautiful and healthful location in Florida
wife in fact both on
; worked together WANTED-Ladies to bring their I An elegant modern home; four bed I to help with children; good home
I high ridge between two lovely lakes 40 in
for the professor's recovery.Dr. combings to us. Don't destroy rooms; two bath rooms; gas and electricity -,I and salary for right party. Address, acres parks.
Peck was born in Stamford in them. We will make what you want. I throughout; fruit trees and j I I Mrs. J. S. McCawley, Winter Garden, Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
f 1856 and was educated in this count Come and see our stock and examineour i flowers. 509 East Central avenue. Fla. 3-21-6t Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-
and work. We invite inspection. If I 2-15-tf. I I-I ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
try abroad. He was authority on havn't the hair it. I .
you we supply Our FOR SALE Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
i Latin and the classics and the authorof stock is genuine. We make every Ii
numerous books. thing to order. We pay cash for i WANTED Nursery stock, one, two, three and
combings.We four year old buds; Foster Early,
i fi I'ff' beg to announce that we have I WANTED-Two good girls, one for Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- GEO. E. BATES & SON ProprietorsSummer
THE ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.KahK ,
BLESSED DAME secured the exclusive agency for the dining room and one for gen-
1 weH-known and popular Clow's Knit ,eral housework. Apply Mrs. W. C. I Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf : Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam- Temple, Winter Park, Fla. 3-24-tf I
4r (By Walt Mason) ples will be submitted for your inspection FOR SALE-$350 worth of_new fur- iMIIIillMIMiilMHIIIIIIMHHIIIIIillllllf"
t How sweet are the curves of the I at your leisure. The goodswe SITUATION WANTED-Stenographer niture. Also piano. A bargain.
l handle are the kind that satisfy. who can furnish own machine 411 West street. 3-24.1wk ---- -
old-fashioned woman who knows how:, NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar- wants position. Experienced. Address .
t to cook and delights in the game; land St. 3-23-1 mo I A. B. B., care Sentinel. 3-24-3t FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished '"t'IIIIIIII'I'IIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIReal

I who makes her mince pies with a 5-room cottage; moderate
; skill rental. 112 E. South St. 3-24-3t Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
superhuman whose
tarts are delicious WANTED-Three to ten closeto
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles
r LOST-A pair of black pants, with
and Orlando,good neighborhood,reas-
doughnuts the same. on Court street. -125tfForSalejj light stripe, size 40-33. They were !
onable distance of schools and churches.
Alas, she is rare, and the man who purchased from Feinberg & Gore and
Must be good land, suitable for
i would find her, no more in the towns trucking and poultry raising. Prefer were wrapped in their paper. Returnto I offer for$1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

,_ or the cities will look; she's out in: place with out buildings, but not absolutely 3-24-3t Sentinel and receive reward. rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, n rtlt.

t the country, the gentle reminder of I necessary if price is right. Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
old-fashioned who knew Give full particulars to B. R. Mont- I LOST-Near the Grand, or at the Lucerne verandas. Special
women how I oil finish double
t. gomery, 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jack- attached to six-room bungalow; ,
a topaz
to cook; the old-fashioned women, the I sonville, Fla. 3-16 tf .I a gold chain. Reward to finder. Return heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-

house-keeping women, the motherly to 308 Magnolia avenue. ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
l- women who knew how to cook. The WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing 3-24-3t furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.

} husband, returning at eve from his H Modern 8-room ; stenographer, can furnish, two good years reference experience de-- REMEMBER House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These

labors, must eat from a can if a supper House 2 doors ; sires position. Willing to begin on That have facility for turn-i lots connect at the corners, with rose house between.: I
I he'd know; his wife is away with moderate salary. Now employed. we every offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla. ing out neat printing of all kinds.
< her suffragist neighbors, to plan a pa- | west of Wyom- : Open to all.
; 3-21-lwk
rade Letter heads, bill heads, office sta-
t through the slush and the snow.
} The women, intent on congressional ii ing Hotel. Bar- ; LOOK-$850! buys five adjoining lots. tionery, etc., furnished at the lowest E. N. COY

,; measures, are paying no heed to the W. I. Higgins, corner Marks and prices first class work will permit.

l cookery book; oh, where are the I: ; gain. : Ivanhoe streets. 3-21-6t WANTED family washings at 307 West 91., NorihOrlandoREADTHESENT1NELFORTHENEW

dames who found infinite pleasure in ' WANTED-White girl to do general once, from 50 cents up. Home "
i showing the menfolk how well they I M | | house work and nursing. AddressJ. Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. ,till III I"l 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III

t could cook? The old-fashioned woImen i i A. L Bentley, : L. D., Care Sentinel. 3-22-2t 3-8- .

.the sensible women, the sane, 25 YEARS' EXPERIENCE W. T. ENTRICAN, :
, normal women who knew how to ! 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE In buying and selling Seeds. Our Makes a specialty of painting, papering [ [ [ [ 4
4 cook. Seeds are good. McElroy Pharmacy. refinishing floors, furniture, etc. [ [
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IVill serve a chicken dinner Wednesday from 12 to 2 p. m. '
Price 50c .
Chicken tivith Rice .
$1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.
Sliced Cucumbers Celery -
Baked Stufled Fish Hollandaise Sauce : \

Baked Chicken Pie -
Roast Beef, Brown Sauce Roast Lamb, Brown Sauce
Baked Rice, au Gratin .
Mashed Potatoes Spiced Yams ; i ;

Creamed Carrots Succatash $20.00 to $ >4.00 A MONTH.

ar \Valdor Salad J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.

Apple Pie Orange Pie '

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Tea, Coffee

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STATE NEWS NOTES (We'are the Peoplethat


(From the Gainesville Sun) MARKET

A big farmers' rally will be held in have made"good. Why? Be Houses W all1e

I Of Cleanliness Of
Palatka on the 6th of April. QualityFRESH
cause experience has taught us how to

The Florida State Bankers' Association We have a number of dents AND SALT MEATS
will meet in Lakeland on the make formulas that suit all conditionsfor
who want furnished and unfur-
24th and 25th of next month. FISH AND GAME
both trees and vegetables.
nished houses for the summer Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Members of the Miami fire depart-
ment have organized a brass band and by the year. Owners hav- screened from the flies and fresh
Everything away kept

excellent and will soon music.be able to furnish some No wis t the time to f FbrlIIize ing requested such properties to se us at to once.rent We are and pure.

We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
An ordinance will be drafted by the
lok after your properties, collect everything in the Meat Line.
commissioners of St. Petersburg
protect the pelicans from alleged fun- : the rents and make monthly settlements -
makers on the bay front.J. The Southern Fertilizer Co.Orlando
with you. The PARLOR MARKET

C. Keene, a farmer, was shot and
PHONES: Ollicc32 Plant 31 Florida
kiled in Fulford Thursday by F. R. & Atha H. M. Self & Co.
Crawford, his neighbor, after the two Cooper
had quarreled over a division of
I crops. 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor PINE STREET i !

Phone No. 311
Aviator George A. Gray made his Phone No. 80 :
tenth flight over St Augustine Fri- '
day morning. .He enjoys the distinc- HMMIIIIIIIIIimillllllllMIIMHHKMilMHil
tion of being the first aviator to JL/ .
fly over the ancient city.
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The death of Capt. J. R. Key super- I
intendent of Public instruction, last arrived load
Just car
Friday was shock and cast a gloomover
the entire county.-Gadsden FORDS for immediate M. SLEMONS

County Times.A delivery. -

disastrous fire, which spread \
rapidly practically gutted the plantofthe Get yours nowF.

Perfection Laundry in Pensacola New Goods Arriving Daily
Thursday night, and also damaged the G. RUSH,
rl two-story building to a considerable
extent. Phone 226

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St Cloud will have the honor of
entertaining the State encampment of

the Grand Army of the Republic on 0 We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats.'made by John B. Stetson & Co.
the 14th and 15th of April. Great .
preparations are being made for this made by Schloss Bro&, of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

occasion and fully 5,000 visitors are Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
expected.Last .
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. I +
Sunday following Bishop Morrison's -
address at the Methodist & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

church in Cleawater,$10,00 was pledged
within ,twenty minutes for the new
Methodist church, thefoundation of
which was laid last year._ The com- WIaaav+ SLEMONSORANGE

pletion of the church edifice, which To the West and NorthwestVIA .
will cost $25,000 when completed, is
now assured. AVENUE

Pensacola wants a channel from the nimpimimi " " " " "
sea to the city docks that will accom- DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND
odate the biggest ships afloat. Theyare
now asking for an appropriationto SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED. jil.'ililllllill.

secure thirty-five feet and very

likely the governor will accede to Dixie Dixie SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED "" " " " " JMItlMMMMMMMMMUmHiiiiiiiiiiHw
their demands. Pensacola is one of Limited. Flyer.
'Lv Orlando A. C. L..l:31am 3:13pm I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm _
the most important ports in the r Jacksonville A. C. 1..... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm a
country and her commerce is grow- y Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35'am 8:23pm v Jacksonville, A. C. L ........... 8:15pm .111111111111111
y Waycross A. C. L..11:50am 10:25 pm v Waycross A. C. I. .10:zo pm .
! ing daily. The United States is also r Macon G S. Ii; F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. Ii; F. .............. 3:46am
battleships and there Atlanta. C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7 25 ago r Atlanta. C. of G& .............. 7:12 am ; ; MAKE COOKING A PLEASURE WITH A GAS RANGEIf
building larger r Knoxville, L & N. .............I:19pm
must be places for the super-dread- ;Chattanooga. W. & A..12:18am 11:55&m r Corl-m. L. IE N. ................ 3:161m
r Nash.ilJe. N. C. IE St. L. 4:50am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. Ii N. .............. 9:00 pm do cooking with a gas range you
naughts to enter adjacent southern you your
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Indianapolis Pa. L ,
r eo. 1:50 am be-
Ar St. Louis L C.IE L.IE N. %:50 pm 7:20 am appreciate the PLEASURE of cooking 1
territory.-Times-Union Short Talks. Ar Lexington. L. N. ............ 6:50 can
fAr Hopkinsville I: N........... 6:21pm Ar Cincinant. L. N. ............. 8:50pm cause you have no wood or ashes to carry and (__ ]
25 experience buying and IAr Evansville L. N..... 9:28am 9:25pm Ar Kalamazoo, G. R. i; I. .......... : pmAr nothing to dirty up the kitchen.All .
Terre Haute. C. & Eo L. 1:10pm 1:01am Ar Grand P.apids. G. R. & L %:Upm
selling seeds. Our seeds are good. Ar Chicago C. & Eo L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland;'Big Four ............. 1:15 am
McElroy Pharmacy. 3-19-3t you have to do is to strike a match and
DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED turn a valve and the fire is as hot as if it had
Solid train. composed of section drawing- hour. Then too don't have to,
A FULL MOON room sleeping un, observation cempartmeRt Solid tnio composed of electric lighted been going an you
dnnnng-room Pullman sleeping car and coach- the fire too hot or too low _
Now is the time to buy your gar fall and dining car, between Jacksonville and worry about getting
Chicago and section drawing-room sleepin& es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and the regardless .
fire is same
den seed from DeLaney & Abernethy. ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis Jacksonville Louisville anll Indianapolis because the gas always
3-13-tf of weather other conditions.
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
Solid train, carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between
LOOKOUT MOUNTAINWhile artment observation sleepers and eleetlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays If you do not cook with gas it will pay you
in Chattanooga take "Dixie" ighted lass coaches section and draWIng.room smoking car.lleepers.Dining FIrSt-car and Thursdays of each week: Dining ear to let us put a range in your home on thirty
"News" sightseeing automobiles elVes meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. days' trial.] .If it is not all we claim for it, your \
kout Mountain, Point Park, money will be refunded.
1 historical points. For res- W. R. O' EAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. GAS DEPARTMENT
Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando
ddress 910 Market atreetlethy

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.j I Luper Branham, W. L. Tilden, J. i l yrll l.ql 'r : "U iI"llIlhlllnIII{ {I : : : .I I ql"UUlllllf: !i hijjj !!jl'lh! :I 1'I i':11':!,'i :;Iillim!! :Hll,,!m'i'' Jiiall I{!1 'Wij'lJiU11:: L-_

: Frank Gordon, C. H. Tilden. Among I
I those present was 0. P. Swope, of it
I Oviedo. }

The cup was purchased from T. H. "
Evans, the jeweler, and was inscribed
as follows: "Silver Loving Cup pre .A
sented J. H. Lee by Orlando friendson 1"{ .. (r f t f I r ==- __
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1 THEME BMOFOMANDOLONG his seventieth birthday, March 24, \ :,

r Dr. Thayer's poem follows: : OF YOUR HOME and CHIL1WN] if:


i I p . uylr; I i I4, r I f SEVENTIETH ANNIVERSARY Depend largely upon liov/D much you .":- _

save and teach them to
So seventy years have come and gone, ;;- save.
9 Since danced the merry stars that -
shone How much have you and they saved
1 t.il' Above the cradled J. H. Lee-

SAFE.CONSERVATIVE.ACCOMMODATINGBUILDING LONG ESTABLISHED Of Admiration Seventy elders years at of the is our holy Israel's jubilee.mount count, ::: THIS( ] MONTH l ( t [ ?

Of judges sitting in the gate, I. .
And seventy on their Master wait.
- Seventy years! How far it reaches,
YOUR CREDIT How strange the lesson its teaches; ., 7" t .
How many storms with anguish .Jj.
Every progressive young merchant desires to establish fraught, I
How many tears and heart-aches
good credit. brought.

An account with this strong, well known bank is a But all own your, griefs were not your = LET W H2U YOU{ !

great aid to one's financial standing, and its service is J Neither your joys were all self-sown,
Your burdens also, not borne alone,
helpful. Checking accounts are invited. I Your triumphs have on others shone. V/c have several plans for teaching
Bless her! who bore her equal half-
Helpmate, mother, rod and staff; E; systematic saving :and .'iill be pleased =
True in counsel, in deeds, in love,
1_ Proof of your union planned above. : to explain them all.Matioflai. .
gifts these three score years
e A and ten,
Have helped your burdened fellowmen fLr

; State, County and City Depositary Crowned you, with praise of noble I''
weight, Ii U
I Tho'Lasting the annals harvest of is Church well and begun State., }iy OI}>>lIt)$ I Bail"It \ ,

Still your life-work is not yet done,
Naught but stubble? Nay. rather ,
i lour Golden' sheaves are y; n'to gather. Is a pleasure to servo you."
townsmen .
poi you nobe)

Your friends M help in all their .

I'A 1" ,... \weds. _. FJ41
1I I .jour' nOreJJ ds your Highest aim, _
; Your chil:ire/i venerate the name.
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j MISS HAMPTON TO BE QUEEN j conjures all Confedrdt3. There
Live brother Live
on on and well;
i OF VETERANS i no honor coula that\fe the surviving Confederates Fail not in word find deed to tell, I { hIi I ,!V IL I ! { iI .III!., ,l IIIII! I'1' 11tll! nt! N I Ill :IIIIIIINI'' III I i hL hI u .aiil I III f I I ? I (
\ to his I IiI .I.r
r descendantsthat How God has led you all the way,
( !they would not be willing to be From cradle to the gleam of day.
\ ;Jacksonville, Fla., March 24.-InJ stow." the Elks' convention, when he will will be allowed to suit their own con- BODY OF DR. KINSEY FOUND IN ,
appointing Miss Corine Hampton of The position of Mef DEAN SPENCER WILL ATTEND make another foray. On March 10, venience in taking up allotments. At BATHROOM
Columbia, S. C., chief for sponsor is the I __ j
sponsor ELKS' CONVENTIONWhile the time the commissioner is
i highest social i position that can be Mr. Spencer received his first mail present _____ *
the Confederate reunion to be held I
: bestowed by Confederate
t 4iere 6 to 8, inclusive, Gen. Bennett Vete- Washington, March
May 24.-Dr.
: rans' Association I no effort will be made to not penetrate the lands whereinthe the Indians preparatory to further Oliver
: H. Young, commander in chief as the young lady compel the Seminole Indians of Florida the Kinsey,
who is *effdered Seminoles have their habitat. In steps by government.MiamiMetropolis. a young North Carolinian,
the appointment. is
of the United Confederate Veterans'association to take allotments and to live graduate of Johns
queen of the reunion. up the taking up of allotments, the Indians Hopkins univer"
t recognized one of the on them, Lucian A. Spencer, Indian will have a choice of three sity, and who was awaiting a com"
most famous families of the South. commissioner in this state, is of the kinds of land. Each can choose 40 Remember, no matter how pleas- mission as an army surgeon, was
J Miss Hampton is a daughter of G. More help wanted? Room to let opinion that a number of the aborigines acres of drained land, 80 acres of land antly the sun may shine there is always found dead in the bathroom of his
McDuffie Hampton, of Columbia, and or wanted? Advertise in the Sen will accept lands offered them susceptible to drainage but which some grumbler who will find boarding house today. Gas was flow
.J a granddaughter of the late Wade: tinel. Be sure to read the ads. in by the government. Mr. Spencer has must be done by the Indian, or 160 fault with the weather. ing from a jet andall the cracks in
J Hampton. In the course of a letter today's Sentinel They bring results just returned from an explorationtrip acres of grazing land. The govern- the room had been stopped up. Dr.
t, tendering the honor to Miss Hamp- into the 'Glades which took has sufficient Kinsey was a native of
over ment land in its various The town hall being erected in Se- Kinsey, N.C.
ton, Gen. Young said: Take your repairing to Warman on two months. He will make Miami reservations to provide each Seminole bastian is rapidly nearing completionand ,
"Wade Hampton is a name that Court street. 12-5-tf his official headquarters until after ,
t with a home, but the Indians will be a credit to that town. Try the Sentinel Job Department.



I I "The Big Store's"' Selections are Perfect for Easter h

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Silks for the Easter Gowns


:. We carry the largest and most varied assortment '

I fI. of Silks in Florida to select from, all the new and popu- Announcement

lar fabrics in Silks and Silk and Cotton for Spring and .

: Summer wear. Now is the time to purchase your The Semi-Annual display.of High Class Spring and Summer I

K.. Easter dress.Easter Suitings by 3


Suits and Dresses. Ik Iobe Tailoring Corn 1 an Cincinn"ati l

. An array of pretty ones to select from. .
Will be given at our Establishment on

For Gentlemen .- -
.k r MARCH 25 AND 26 '

Our Ge ts' Furnishing Department is now at :its

best, with the latest spring goods for men and Make this one of your positive engagements. Call and make

boys. You will have to see this i I line to appreciate it. your selection and be measured by an expert.

Orders taken for immediate or future deliver--woolens will

While Mr. J. S. Rowland, says: "If its something par- be shown in full length drapes. .

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