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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 26, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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PAPER. THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS


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

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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914. NUMBER 38.

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r PHAGAN A MURDER R [R MYSTERY[ CLEARED[ BRYAN UNITED SENDS[[ S STATES rA [t'S SENATE SPEECH[ [[ [H 1 TO NOCONCIUSION O OCALA N RATE 1[IS NEARING REACHED[ AT I FEDERAL f RESERVE[ [ BANK CITIES[ Will






, UP r B BV WORK Of f DETECTIVE B BURNS Offending Senate and Utterances Then Referred Read to to the Several Heard Interesting on Operation Witnesses of Long Were B BE[ ANNOUNCED[ IN A FEW DAYS


Foreign Relations Committee and Short Haul Act
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SAYS HE WILL BE ABLE TO LEARNED Of RElATIVE'S DEATH! MEXICAN FDELS[ [R COMMIT I NUMBER NOT DECIDED YET

Washington, March 25.Ambassador Ocala, Fla., March .-The rail
CONVINCE THE MOST I Walter H. Page's celebrated London road commissioners continued their BY MEMBERS OF RE-
fROM SENTINEL[ [ STORY DEPREDATIONS[ [ NEAR[ B BORDER[
in which he accredited and
SKEPTICALFAMOUS speech was hearing yesterday on the long SERVE BOARD

with having interpreted the Monroe short haul act, and much interest was

Cashier George E. Nolan of Bank & doctrine as meaning the United manifested by large audiences, at Ranches of Americans Are Looted

: NO UNKNOWN FACTORS l S REMAIN[ Trust Company Much Concerned States governments preferred should that gain no more European landin both introduced sessions.showing Much discriminations testimony was and American Women and Children 10 GU VIEWS/ Of PRESIDENT

Upon Reading Notice Flee for Safety
the New World, and as having against interior points.Mr. .

made certain references to the repealof Capps, representing the Sea-
SLEUTH WILL RETURN WORK OF COMMITTEE IS DRAWING -
Ariz. March
Douglas, 25.-Spe-(
Cashier George E. Nolan of the Orlando the Panama tolls exemption, was board, continued his testimony under
NEW YORK AND MAKE ial. The in the TO CONCLUSION AND
FROM )- appearance today
Bank & Trust company learnedfor forwarded to the senate today by Sec- cross-examination by Mr. Spencer,!
HIS REPORT PUBLIC of the \acozari and El Tigre mining districts LOCATION OF BANKS
time
the first yesterday retary Bryan in response to Senator consuming the first hour after the

IN FEW DAYS death of his cousin, Dr. Frank Nolan, Chamberlain's resolution calling for opening of the hearing.Mr. of two bands of federal filibusters WILL BE KNOWN

which occurred in Tampico Mexico, caused an exodus to Douglas of
an explanation.Mr. Capps testified that out of

New York, March 25.-(Special.! )- March 6. Page's speech, some 2,500. every dollar earned it cost his road the American in the two women districts.and children Washington, March 25.-Special.)
living
Not until Mr.: Nolan read the Sentinel words in length, was furnished to the
for
Detective Wm. J. Burns tonight re- 77 cents approximately operating The ranches of1.. M. Sherman and -Whether there will be eight or ten,
containing the story did he( senate in full. The portion relatingto
where he has leaving 23 cents out of every -
turned from Atlanta, expenses or more cities named as centers of
Marion Williams Americans
know anything of the matter, and he the Panama canal was as follows: near
in- dollar out of which interest on
in
for two weeks engaged an
been Nacozari, were looted. The town of the federal reserve banking systm, is
of was naturally much concerned overit. "I will not say that we constructed bonds, dividend on stock and .taxes
vestigatoin of the killing Mary Bacuchi raided and several buildings still a mooted question with the or-
The dispatch stated that Col. J. the Panama canal for For was -
even you. was paid. He said that his road in
Phagan, for which Leo M. Frank was burned and other ganization committee, it was learned
tried and convicted. Q. Nolan, of Eatonton, Ga., had started I am speaking with great franknessand charging 6 cents per sack on grain were depredations today.Tn .
committed.
to Mexico to investigate the deathof not with diplomatic indirectness.We from Savannah to Tampa did not
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"There is no longer any mystery refutation of n nrpvalent. o inP
: Federals here it is the ulti- v. r' '-'''' ''
his son, being satisfied by the im- built it for reasons of our own. say.
make its full quota of the 23 cents,
he said. "When
about the case", we ion to the effect that the committeehad
----- ---- mate of the filibusters destroy
accounts that he had received that it adds the purpose to -
perfect But I will to
say but that it was necessary to chargemore
ends
the few
have cleared up tangled the Nacozari railroad and thus selected twelve cities as banking
that the young physician had met pleasure of building that great work in order
snarl will be able to freight to other points
of the we go isolate the rich centers, ,Secretary of the Treasury
into court and convince the most with foul play. that you will profit by. it. You will that the charge of 23 cents out of mining camps. McAdoo, who is chairman of the

skeptical of the guilt of the real mur- Cashier Nolan stated yesterdaythat profit most by it for you have the every dollar over and above opera- board, today Said:

derer. Our evidence is conclusive."I Dr. Frank Nolan held a positionas greatest carrying trade. I can say a ing expenses might be made. He I BOMBARDMENT[ OF f T TORREON[ N BYVillA'S "We have not yet determined just

can not, of course, disclose whatI a United States government sur- similar thing about the recent lower- used the illustration of the whole- what number of cities will be chosen

geon at Tampico, and had Been there ing of our tariff] We did not lowerit saler who made ten per cent. profiton
have learned until my report is sub- TROOPS CONTINUES[ i as banking centers. Under the Owen-
mitted to the persons who employee for the past five years. lie went I in order to please you. It was for some goods, thirty per cent. on Glass law we are allowed to choose

there soon after his graduation, and purposes that we considered economically : others, and twenty cent. on oth-
me. I will say, however, that I am II per any number between eight and twelve,
was only 28 years of age. sound for ourselves. in order that he might strike a
much gratified at my success."I I ers, Reports That Torreon Had Fallen that is, not less than eight nor more

have cleared up every unknown I "Nevertheless it added to the'pleas- balance or average of 20 per cent. Proved Incorrect Though Fren- than twelve, but we have not yet de-

factor in the case and pieced the evi- ure of doing that to reflect that there- It was brought out on the stand zied Struggle Is in ProgressEl cided."
PLANT CITY HAS A SERIES[ [ Of should have mo're trade with
dence together until there can not be by we that the Ocala Northern railway could It was emphatically stated at the

the slightest doubt in the mind of you. Concerning the recent messageof not bring freight into Ocala from however that
any Paso; March 25.The meager treasury department, ,
DISASTROUS FIRES[S the president, I take it upon myself the head of Silver Springs in
compe-
one as to the guilt of the murderer. reports which reached this side from the organization committee is puttingthe
on my own responsibility, to say tition with the Seaboard because of
Burns returns to Atlanta tomorrowor Torreon yesterday by way of Juarez final touches to its work. The

Friday. Within a day or two he this. He delivered that message not certain trackage agreements and be- were to the effect that Torreon had list of cities to have federal reserve

will make known the result of his Thirteen Houses Burned and for a to please you but to express the true cause of other competition which fallen before the fierce bombardmentof banks will be announced within a

work. Time It Seemed That Town sentiment and self-respect of the would prevent the Ocala Northern: week
ten
Villa's guns. Fuller dispatchesprove or days.
Was Doomed Amrican nation. As" I interpret it his from securing freight at the Palatka
first reports to have been in Some time this week the committee -
was the voice of the people. Never- end of the line.
error, though fierce rifle fire is being will call on President"Wilson and

ffNR'S[ l lAND I IS SOLD TODOW Plant- Citv.. Fla.- March 25.-Thir-- theless it adds .to the pleasure of It was further brought out that poured into Torreon by Villa's troops, get Iiis views on the matter.
hearing that voice to know that it
teen buildings burned in a series of I I even if the Ocala Northern built a and official messages state that two

AND ASSOCIATES three fires this morning. The third does please you. line of its own from the head of Silver federal strongholds have been completely -

conflagration accounted for twelve The doctrine portion follows referring: to the Monroe Springs into Ocala, that it wouldbe surrendered. Villa's troopsare AMOS [lWIS[ / TAKES H HOLD OFSTOCKTON'SCAMPAIGN

buildings, all of them small dwelling practically impossible for that road still in possession of Lerdo. In-
Attractive and Fertile Piece of Land "May I put in another parenthesis, to compete with the Coast Line and 1
I houses, but for a time it seemed as if formation conveyed in official dispatches -

Is to Be Developed and' the conflagration might become gen- also of my own account, and correctan the Seaboard, because of a possible to Juarez is still meager, and _

BeautifiedMr. impression that a part of your prevention of that line from securingthe I full details of the pivotal struggleare .

eral.This fire broke out about 11:30 press seems to have about the attitude freight at the Palatka end of the difficult to secure. 'Vest Florida Ian Selected to Manage -
of the United States govern-
Charles P. Dow and associate o'clock in a two-story dwelling house I the investment of line. for Senatorial Candidate
ment concerning
have purchased Hoffner's island at near the mill of E. T. Roux & Son. After some further questioning Mr' QUITS STEEL CORPORATION From JacksonvilleThe
your colossal earnings in states of :Menzies in behalf of the
was sworn
Lake Fanned by a strong wind the flames I
Conway through the Carl Dann
Central America that have volcanic
1 j I Atlantic Coast Line. The Atlantic
real estate rapidly spread to adjoining buildings. New York, March 25.-Henry
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agency. tendencies? I sometimes read that Florida of
Metropolis
yester-
for
Coast Line had filed a petition relief -
time half dozen identified with
The island contains some sixty Within a short a Phipps, the United
the United States is entering upon a under the act on some four hun- day contained the announcement that
acres, and it is the intention .of the structures were in flames and more in I States Steel corporation since its or-
policy to discourage foreign invest- dred items. Mr. Menzies discussedthe Amos Lewis, of Marianna, had ar-
purchasers to develop and improve i it danger. By the time the volunteer: ganization, announced today his resignation -
: ments there. .That is untrue. I think situation of his road at some rived in that city to take charge of
and make it into a place of country fire department got on the ground it from the directorate and! the
that events happening there the of John N. C.
some are into detail candidacy Stocktonfor
length, going on many articles -
homes and small and gardens. looked as though that end of the finance committee of the corporation.
groves
that have discouraged them the United States
somewhat senate.
to substantiate his position, especially -
It is town was doomed. By hard fightingthe James A. Farrell, president, succeeds
a fertile and attractive piece of I .
but I that Mr. Lewis is
hope they can not asking for relief on fertilizer well acquainted with
and firemen kept the flames within him on the finance committee. It was
property great possi-
possesses be charged to the United States. materials from Tampa to Jacksonville the political game as it is played in
bilities for the kind of improvement the zone of small buildings and grad- said Mr. Phipps wished to devote his
"There is a policy forming in the and from Port Inglis to Tampa. lIe Florida. He was for many years pri-
which !is proposed. ually got control, but twelve houses I time to private enterprises and philanthropic -..
minds of our government and our was assisted in his arguments in this work. vate secretary to the late SenatorS.
were destroyed. The loss was about I
people which is not new that would by Mr. Cope, a manufacturer of fer- It is understood Mallory, and upon Senator Mallorys -
OVIEDO BEING RAPIDLY REBUILT $5,000.At 1 that the name of
discourage such investments or such tilizer at Port Inglis. : death he became private secre-
SINCE FIRE 1 o'clock this morning the small Henry Phipps, Jr., will be presented.
I concessions as would carry with them Mr. Menzies stated that there werea tary to Senator W. J. Bryan. Since
to succeed his
father
wooden building owned bv George on the board.
the control of the in Senator death he has been
B.Fera government any great many articles on which there Bryan's
The thriving town of Oviedo is be- Mason and occupied by dz,I
of those states and such for practicing law in Marianna.Mr. .
only so was no water competition on which statistics and figures relative to the
ing rebuilt who operated a small cigar factory,
rapidly since the fire
I far the United States is concernedyou Stockton has been busy
as his road charged more freight to interior operation of railroads.A very
which the business was destroyed by fire. At 2 o'clock
swept section out
know how heartily we have wel- towns than to seaport cities, letter from Mr. John D. Robertson for two months, and has visited near-
the had their second call of !
of existence
short time vamps
a The
ago. I comed your investments in our land but that the railroad companies were was then read, and set out in ly every part of the state, makingnew
the day to a residence owned by \lrs.1
new buildings which all
are of brick
i! and still welcome them and friends and renewing old ones.
alwayswill. too busy to figure out just what these forceful language the conditions as
include a grocery store by J. B. Jones,Ia } Gilbert. The fire there did small You may be assured that it is articles were and make the proper re- they exist at present in the interior.Mr. He feels confident of success, as the

drug store by Dr. Marshall, a dry I! damage. I none of the business of the United ductions. Mr. Menzies' attitude was Robertson stated in his letter progressive wave that has swept over

goods store and a drug store by Mr., States to put any let or hindrance similar to that of Mr. Capps, and the that the present conditions amountedto the entire country is at its height.
REESE ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY I II
McCall, a butcher shop and barbershop
a
I I j upon any legitimate investments of arguments that he advanced were ain nothing less than"highland piracy." On Tuesday, March 31st, there will

by B. T. Smith, and a three I FOR REPRESENTATIVEThe II i yours anywhere in the world, and the same lines as reported. lIe cited some instances of discrimi- be an open meeting of the John N. C.

story building is soon to be started b"j I 11.1 I they most heartily welcome your investments Jake Brown, a wholesaler, was nations and inequalities.Mr. Stockton club of Jacksonville. Upon
L. T. Hunt. This last announcement of Mr. J.
building will
) in any part of the Amer- sworn as a witness and testified thatit Menzies stated that he would that occasion all candidates for coun-

provide room for hardware and fur-' Reese for representative from Orange :' icas provided only you do not make was impossible for him to com- like to cross-examine Mr. Robertson, ty offices will be invited to be present -

niture and other store rooms on the I county appears elsewhere in this them so that you may possibly take pete with the cities of Tampa and and Mr. Robertson was called to the and speak to the voters. There

ground floor and a hotel in the upper|I I issue. Orange county will have two the country with them. Jacksonville in the sale of many i stand. Upon cross-examination, Mr.I will also be a special speaker for the
representatives and Mr. Reese is the I !
stores. i I II I 'i i "The Monroe doctrine meant this, products; that he was necessarily I Robertson went into detail in regardto evening. This speaker will be chosen
I
first candidate to His
announce. announcement -
when it was first formulated, that the limited to the sale of such articles as freight rates, and told the general later by the committee which was
CITY TAX BOOKS TO CLOSE !i was made only after a
number of United States would object to any grain, flour and other articles of a feeling and attitude of the people rel- named for that purpose.

MARCH 31 prominent citizens had European government taking more like nature. ative to the matter. When the club met Tuesday even- 1i .
1 suggested that he stand for election,
land in the New World. In those He showed that the rates into Mr. F. E. Harris then addressed the ing it was reported that the member-
The city tax books will close the belief by them expressed being
March ship had reached the five hundred and
days the only way that a foreign gOV-1 Ocala were unreasonable on these articles commission, and gave his views con '
31.: City Tax Collector I that the people of Orange county
C.
A. Boone could land I the fifty mark and that several new members -
: would ernment gain was literally I and were prohibitive when it cerning necessity for enforcementof
gill be in his office to receive taxes regard his candidacy with to go and take it. Now we have more I came to establishing wholesale houses the present law. Mr. Harris stated were expected by the next meeting -
until the books close. I favor. Before the primary he will I
up After April give refined methods of exploitation, and in Ocala that could compete with the that the interior had long asked for night Some seventy-five new-
1 he will the voters of the county ample I
begin to make the
new as- there are other ways to take it. That wholesale houses of Jacksonville and justice; that it seemed to be the pol- registrations were also reported.

sessment books. There have been I and opportunity become to know him personally is the only protest that the United : Tampa. He showed that the wholesale -: icy of the railroads of the state to Many of the members brought in long i

many transfers of property duringthe I to acquainted with his States has ever whispered. You will, houses of Jacksonville or Tampa build up the seaport cities to the detriment lists of names of men who had joined J

past year which will have to be i I attitude on questions with which he I am sure, understand why the United I could ship articles even to the city and starvation of the interior; the club since the last meeting. ,
would have
entered on the books to deal in the capacity of
and this will I States prefers that no land in the I of Ocala and sell as cheaply as he that as he saw it the railroads were,

or require much time and care. The I representative.There New World should be acquired in j I himself could sell locally. He showed Standing in their own light, becauseit : SCHOOL TRUSTEES HOLD SHORT

I for\mber I more of than transfers thousand.will probably. I will be a celebration of the these new subtle ways. Would you{ that he had to sell upon a very nar- was through the interior that theysecured SESSION t

a do the kindness to under- of in order to do their business and
Chick: us clearly row margin profit that if the
_____ i Holy Communion in the Hospital
Ridge> aJ stand that, and possibly to correct the j any business whatsoever. Mr. Brown interior were not inhabited the railroads The trustees of the Orlando school t
at 10 o'clock
I chapel this
TH OF morning, and
CALVIN
i ervations, X LOCK misapprehension that has gone( further made clear the benefit that could do no business. district, Messrs. C. E. Howard, J. W.
the address
at the 5
3-3-Apr. 23 Calvin wet, of Boggy o'clock p. m. abroad?" would be derived from a reduction of The commissioners, together with I Simmons and George Phillips, held a .1
Lenten service in the I
Cathedral will
yesterday afternoon. lies Secretary Bryan transmitted the freight rates into Ocala by wholesaler counsel, stenographer and rate expert brief session yesterday, at which the .j
be Rev. A. A.
by Rickert.: I
s of age and Was a Con qf Ambassador 1 retailer and and all of the matter of continuing the public
.. S. Abe copy Page's speech consumer, especially gentlemen representing negro -
2 "V eteran. The funeral will without any comment. It was readto the consumer. the carriers, left for Kissimmee school for another month was dis

Ortandjucted today at 11 o'clock by ban We aligator have more shopping of those baggs.bargain Curtis Cu& the senate and referred to the for-' Mr. L. S. Light was sworn as a where the next hearing will be cussed.. The matter is to be decided

W. E. Murphy., of Taft. O'Neal Book and Music store. eign relations committee. witness and gave some interesting held. Friday.'zt '

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Sale plays.
Garden and Field OLIV I OILWe Special on Rubber by our superb orchestra.


Seed are among the largest dealers Goods FRIDAY, MARCH 27

in Pure Imported Olive Oil 2-Qt Fountain Syringe, regular .
hate added to our _______ [3'f .. ,. "<" Thomas
Recently we in this section of the State. We price $2.50, now -- $2.00 I ,.. ; A @ W. Ross and

stock a complete line of garden handle only the best. We have 2-Qt price Fountain$3.00, now Syringe___,_regular_____$2.49 ;;i '' a and Company tf one hundred -

seed.: We are offering Livingston it in 1.2 pints to 5-gallon cans. Hot Water Bottles, regular a a : '' in his famous play,

IMP Globe Tomato seed for $2.25 We guarantee this oil or jour price $1.50, now _________$1.14 "CHECKERS," produced
back. Hot Water Bottles, regular
lb. Send mail orders. money _________ .. ' under
us jour price $2.50, $2.10 the direction
per now a personal
1-2 pints ___________________ 23c.; ,
Pints _____________-________ 50c. TOILET PAPER '" '3 of Augustus Thomas.
SPECIAL ON VIOLET Quarts ___________________ $1.00
Waldorf (big 5c value) 5 rolls A wonderful drama of

AMMONIA25c -- for ______________________c25c. heart interest and
Size, now _____________ 15c. SOAPS Scott's Tissue (lOc), three stirring
Fels Naptha, 6 bars for ____28c. rolls for ______________i 23c.; Y:,: situations. The story of a
Ivory, 6 bars for ___________28c. Palmetto (lOc.), 3 rolls for _.23c.; ;. race tout's redemption and
Life Bouy, 6 bars for _______27c. A. P. W. ((25c.1) rolls for ;
NOTICE! NOTICE! SLAUGHTER Ivory, 6 bars for ____________28c. (Fixture) _______________ $1.00 then love.
Fairy, 6 bars for __________28c. WINTER CLOTHES 'n l: ,: Five big reels and two
MISCELANEOUSIn : Palm Olive Soap, cake ______lOc.
i Pure imported Castile Soap being Moth Balls, pound ___________8c. ;t hundred and twentyfivescenes
this column we are listing a sold at 21c per Ib. .One pound I Lavendar Comp, box ________lOc. '' ,h ..r }' full of ginger, getup -
articles haedecided Cedar Mothalme, box ____-__lOc.
largeariety of we of this soap makes about ;5 lOc. -- - i t and go.
to slaughter the price. This cakes. You can't afford to miss BIG SALE ON PERFUMES (In ,
will last for ten days onl)'. this sale.Oldfashioned. Bottles Music by a five- iece or- I

Whisk Brooms, 25c value ____ICc. mottled Castile, I After the holidays, we find we t. chestra.

Tooth Brushes, 25c value ____19c. lb _______________________12c. have quite a few' very .popular
Tooth Brushes, Soc:> value ____27c. odors left on hand, such as Viola Matinee 3:30 to 5:30
Extract, Lily of the Valley,
Tooth Brushes, 50c value ____ le.1 MISCELLANEOUS Caronation. We hate decided to Evening 7:00 to 10:00

Scrub Brushes _______________5c. Denison's Perfume Sealing! reduce the prices as follows: .. ....::....;"l..;>.. ..,:- '. .... Children lOc. ; Adults 20cIIIIMIMiMIMMMMttlttMltMtltMIMIIIIIMMMIItitlllllMli
____ All 25c. bottles __ __ u:'''' :' ;t- "'
Nail Brushes, 25c value 21c. wax 2 c. .I i Extracts 21c.
Highland .Plaid, 25c value .I Formaldehyde-and; s ph""u-- :I All 50c bottles Extracts -___42c. .

per box _____________-----19c. Fumigators ______________ 25c.; :, All $1.00 bottles Extracts ____81c.D. ..lllllt.III..I..J. . .11.L44J" . . . ,. . . . . .. .1..1.,111111111, IIIMIMM
Wash Rags _________________ 5c. .
Fieldshire Linen, 25c value, Wash Rags ________________ lOc I C. COLD CAPSULESThe
box ______________________21c. Scott's Tissue Towels _____ lOc. change of weather is the
I, Lady's high grade Linen ,25c Pine Tar, 2-lb can _________l cause of many disagreeable colds. For Economy and purchase -

value, box ________________18c. Pine Tar, Mb can ________ c.1 I One 25c;gins box relief.of these 23c.; capsules usually of
Box. Guar- W RIG H T power your man.REALTY
Paradise Lawn, 25c value ___21c. I I anteed. & snnD co
7390
Initial Box Paper, high grade SPECIAL HAIR BRUSH REAL ESTATE i ey, "Try Wright Farm
: Linen; 50c value-___--______39c. This is a subscription for neu Attention SALE FOR

Soap Boxes, 25c value _______21c. ralgia and nenous headaches, es- make room for LadiesTo new stock we Thats Our Business and Garden Seeds. in

Colgate's Violet Talcum ____15c. pe jaijj recommended in cases of. have decided tot reduce the priceon Orlando Florida bulk.
Colgate's Cashmere B. Tal- headaches from over eating or ner- all bristle hair brushes twentyper "Motto" Quantity

cum ______________________15c loasness. Contains no opiates or cent. All goods are marked in and
plain figures and this is Quality.Fresh .
Mennen's Talcum _________-15c. habit-forming drugs. If not re- This a big
:ng. sale is for 10 days
Violet Borated Talcum Ibs ____21c.. lieveed, your money back. Price 23c; only. Eggs 29C doz. Best Creamery Butter 39.C lb.

; t Sweet Milk 13c qt. Ice sac 100 lbs, Limes 150 doz.

Sweet Milk Fresh Butter Milk
o/c pint roc qt.

: DehANEY. <& ABERNETHY Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits. "That Present" delivered by Express,

I: Next Door lOc Store ORLANDO, FLORIDA (charges prepaid) all points east of( Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.


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c WASHING. UNEASY[ AT OFFER[ OfTEXAS r and why. :Many good arguments were Since the governor of Pennsylvania 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,
made in favor and a few were madein has climbed to the top in

G GOVERNOR[ opposition.Then ized baseball, there ought to be organ-possi- best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale.

a committee was appointedto bilities for the governor of New Jersey -

prepare a literary program for He is a Fielder.-Arkansas Ga-

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Yergara's Murderers May Berner's, the committee appointed 'N $*HMiMMtillllllMMMMMNiM8tMMIMIIItmillMMiMIIIIIMIMIIIIM-$t
I being Mrs. S. J. Rhoades and Mrs. Read Sentinel want ads.
Cause Complications
M. W. Austin. " '" i CONDENSED REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF

The meeting came to a close with POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR
Washington, March 24.-Governor the guests singing "America," and SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION

Colquitt's delivery offer upon of a Texas reward soil of of$1,000for five i Miss The Hill ladies accompanying present were on Mesdames the piano. for Registration I re-election hereby announce for to Orange the myself office County of as Supervisor,a subject candidate of to ORLANDO N O 8 BANK & TRUST COMPANY

Mexicans supected as murderers of the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd
Ii Merriaman, Burd, D. H. Thornton, 1914.
Clemente Vergara has caused state G. E. Hill, Cummins, I. B. Yates, Ber- FRANK. IL WILLIAMS. . r
and war department officials serious Orlando Florida.
I ner, M. W. Austin, S. J. Rhoades, W. FOR SHERIFF ,
concern for international com plica- I hereby announce myself as a candidate
tions. E. Giles, Rice, B. B. Clark, Barnes, for Sheriff of Orange County, subject the At the Close of business March 4th, 1914, as called for by the
:1 Hendricks, and E. F. Paige; Misses Democratic primary of June.2nd. 1914.
FRANK Comptroller of the State
The right of the governor to offera GORDON.
Winnie and Annie Henderson, Ethel
reward for apprehension of a fugi-I FOR COUNTY TREASURER
Hill, and Mary Rice. The gentlemen RESOURCES
I hereby
announce myself candidate
a foi
tive is not denied -by the officials.I f
present were Messrs. D. H. Thorn- Treasurer Democratic of Orange of County,2n'd subject, .to tht Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $392,700.86(
primary June
But in this case it is feared that the! 1914.J.
ton, Berner, B. B. Clark, Rice and IL TUCKER. Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,130.41
offer may lead to an attempt to kid-
nap the Mexicans and bring them into J. Henderson.Mr. FOR TAX ASSESSORI Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
Texas which Jack Dempsey, Jr., arrived office hereby announce my candidacy for th e. Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures ,. . . . 26,437.37
of Tax
would violate the extra- Assessor of Orange County, subjest
from Jackson, Ga., Saturday, and his the in Banks . . . . .
dition to action of the Demoeraitc prima] Cash on Hand and . . . . 335,709.30
treaty between Mexico and the I called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated ;
wife and two children, Rob and Jack, am __
United States and afford the Mexican elected I pledge you my faithful service.
who have been spending a few months ARTHUR BUTT. $781,996.27
government ground for a demand for
with his mother, Mrs. T. J. Dempsey FOR TAX COLLECTOR LIABILITIES
of the
punishment kidnappers with
all kinds of legal entanglements. will return to Jackson with him for I re-election hereby announce to the office myself of as Tax a candidati Collecto:: Capital . . . . . . . .v . : . . . . . . . $100,000.00

Further Wednesday, March 25th. They will of Orange County, subject to the Democrat,e Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 30,854.36
the
reports on incidentnear primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If
Del Rio, Texas, where Mexican be greatly missed by their many elected I pledge to you my faithful servicas re e Due to Banks ... . ; _ . . . . . . . . . . 1,657.00
I friends in both Fairvilla and Orlando. 1 have endeavored to give in the past.

federals fired across the Rio Grande W. E. MARTIN. Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 649,484.91
at American troopers say more than

500 shots were directed at the sol .1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Grove
$781,996.27
diers, to whom fleeing constiutionalists -

surrendered. I j Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38

Land Deposits on Feb 4, 1914 .. . . . . . ; . . . . 619,484.91

FAIRVILLA ITEMS, .
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Fairvilla, Fla., March 24.-The ... Increase in 60 days 128317.53

Fairvilla Ladies' Social club assembled : The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
at B. B. Clark's home last Thurs- This Season's Best
Bargain
and
Company desire to call the attention of its depositors
day, March 19th, to eat, drink and be I
friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand
and to discuss the all absorb-
merry;
to express their appreciation of their patronage, that
ing topic, "Woman's Suffrage." The
@ made such a statement possible.M. .
walls of Mrs. Clark's dining room are

1. decorated with beautiful paintings, M. SMITH, PresidentW.

but none could surpass the dainty, M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier

artistic arrangement of the dinner 55 acres fronting on OrlandoSanfordhard IIIIlltltllfl: :::::::::::::::::
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table, when Mrs. Clark bade her road.. In sight of and three minutes
guests be seated to most
a delicious
walk from R. R. station Postofficeand ;
dinner. Ever Try Our Classified Ads? NOTICE
Many after dinner tales were told, good hotel accommodations. : WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES.] have their worth
They many
proven
and the party reached its height in AND DO ALL KINDS OF times and will be just as valuable to Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
Orlando Florida, will on January 1,
merriment and good cheer. Then Price $15 Per Acre : OPTICAL REPAIRING you if put to the test. Let them be 1915, pay,off with interest to that

came the dish washing, in which alls your agent in: date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9,10,19
naturedly took Renting a house, selling property or and 20 of the City of Orlando sevener
good part It must be sold immediately.. anything on the market, finding lost ,
cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
When all was again restored to or- : :
articles, securing help or positonsin -
tf the provisions made for
der the party retired to the parlor, a thousand ways they can be used ccording
edemption in said bonds.
where Miss Ethel Hill rendered beautiful profitably. Dated February 11, 1914. I.

t The selections new president on the, piano.Mrs. Thornton, Or1allo Reel R Estate t Co.Phone Painter and W. T.interior ENTRICAN decorator., New -12-lm CARL JANSEN- City Clef ;

DR. L H. RAMSDELL
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called the meeting to order. The minutes ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. W. T. ENTRICAN,
of last meeting were read and OPTOMETRIST. Expert workmen employed.Now's .
Offers to Orlando the newest and best
approved, then the roll was called and ; 504 Watkins Block,11"llllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LOdni) of workmanship in the painting and
-each was supposed to answer whetherin the time to subscribe. Every- decorating trade. Phone 636.

favor of woman's suffrage, or not, ORLANDO, FLORIDA body's doin' it. 1211mV *
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REST AT r FORT MYRS[ HAS MAD[ f ANGERS OF TISINGNewspaper HANDBILL ADVER-- with Ladies gentlemen who desire of wealth correspondence and refine- :,MMIIIIIiMMMHMIIilllllMMMMMitMMmMMt.;

[EDISONTIRED[ I ment dress send to the your Metropolitan description Exchange and ad-,'I j' Saturday March 21st
Uneeda Biscuit advertising never caused Orlando, Fla. There is no publicity) ; ;
I II I a runaway, but handbills thrown and no fee for ladies.
Nourishment-fine fla 3-22-1wk.1
Longs to Get Back to His Laboratory around the streets have caused more --
at West Orange and Get vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. than one equine steed to increase his MtlllllilMMMMMliilMA .

to Work All speed in a jeopardous manner; ergo, Genuine Bargainin Special Sale in Linen Handkerchiefs
for 5 cents, in the there shall be no more handbills or

Thomas A. Edison, who has been moisture-proof package. posters' on the streets of Miami- Real EstateGood ,. and Long Kid Gloves
on a vacation at Fort Myers, Florida, providing the city council looks with
for four weeks, can't stand the "ex- favor on an ordinance which it is eight-room house, *
haustion" of taking a rest. He has understood will be presented to that with connected kitchen :30c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . 25c

S written to his secretary, William H. body when it meets in adjourned session twenty acres first class land 25c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . 20c
Meadowcroft, of West Orange, N. J., this evening. The further state- al cleared, 315 bearing
20c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . 15c
that he's "all tired out" and "longs : ment is made that handbills on the Orange Trees, in first class

for the laboratory," says the New, streets are not conducive to cleanliness condition, fine bloom. Land I 15c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . lOc
York: World. I and do not look nice, though the can easily be subdividedinto 50c Linen
Fancy Handkerchiefs
at. . . . . . . 40c
He says he will be home next week,i principal objection to them is that five-acre tracts, is on
although Mrs. Edison is trying to i they occasion runaways. Metropolitan road to Conway, 21.2 35c Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . 25c

force him to stay in the South. cities in the North do not allow miles from Court House, 30c :Men's Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . 20c
With him when he returns will the promiscuous distribution of handbills road on two sides, main
come a unique collection of phono say members of the city council road will be bricked this 25c Children's Handkerchiefs at 15c per box or 5c each

graphic records. Mr. Edison is a bird Baronet BiscuitRound and as Miami hopes to become year. Has rural delivery, KID
lover, as well as his companions on the metropolis of the South they believe and shool wagon. Sold to GLOVES
his vacation-Henry Ford, the auto thin, tender- that it should ape the other close and estate. CHEAPfor
'M mobile man, and John Burroughs, the with a delightful flavor metropolises whenever possible. cash, or very reasonable $3.50 Gloves at. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2.98

aged naturalist. -appropriate forlunch- Miami Metropolis. terms will be made. $3.00 Gloves at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.25

Several weeks ago they set out in i eon, tea and dinner. LORD & BRADSHAW $2.75 Gloves at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.98
the underbrush of the Florida Ever zo cents.GRAHAM. The Reigning Fad.
glades a number of machines which "How long must I wait for this Exclusive AgentsMMIIIMMMIMMMMMI
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could be set in motion by ap ush but prescription?" 1111"1"1"1"I "---

ton a mile away. These were for the "About% thirty minutes," answeredthe
purpose of catching the songs of the druggist, "but you can occupy MISSES: HAMILTON & DUNN

shy swamp birds. The experimentwas ,o q 'Ei your time pleasantly. Here is a cou
successful, and scores of strange pon which entitles you to admittanceto :
bird songs were obtained.To our moving picture show." Supreffle Auto ml Agents for Barclay Corsets

bring them back Mr. Edison will I I
use a new record carrier which he invented But it is better' to be born great McCall's Patterns

while away and was made at than greatness.Six it is. to thrust yourself upon!I f I\ The oil that has
West Orange from his written sped CRACKERSA
fications. It will also be used in the I stood the su-
joy riders collided with a streetcar
future for the transportation of deli food for every day. -
in Philadelphia. Three landed preme test
cate records so that they will not Crisp, tasty and
in a hospital one in a morgue, and
crack or chip. strengthening. Fresh two in jail. Yet it is still called joy Stationery that is not StationaryOurs
The carrier consists of an iron re baked and fresh de riding. Louisville Courier-Journal.I THAT
ceptacle, which is fur-lined. The records livered.
are placed in this, with soft rubber 10 cents. I is constantly on the move becausewe

between them. Then they ar NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS 1 I' Goo Gulf Gasoline have what the public desires and at reas-
Tax books for the payment of
screwed down compactly and
pneumatic onable .
State and County taxes close the last prices.Our
coverings are placed over top day of March, after which all property -
and bottom which stock is so varied that we can fur-
so that the records cannot on the taxes have not been
move in any direction. paid will be advertised. Come now nish most anything you want in size tint ,
if you would avoid the rush at the
"I'm not meant for rest," Mr. Edison last and save cost of advertising, finish or weight. Just now we are selling a
wrote. "When I'm idle I get W. E. MARTIN ,
tired and out of sorts, and when I'm 3-10-10t. Tax Collector \ P. WALTON, Agt. great many boxes of Initial CorrespondenceCards.

out of sorts I'm good for nothing." i Unless your name begins with X,
Buy garden seed from DeLa-,
FLORIDA VEGETABLES IX NEW ney & your Abernethy. Just received a!i PHONES 450-269. we probably have your initial. The cards are
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf I fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come
YORK Buy biscuit baked by l .... " " ..
New York, March 20.-There were Olive oil and spices. We have the and see them. They are only 50c a box. We

only moderate receipts of Florida NATIONAL best. 25 years in the business. Tryus. iTo THE WEST also have the initial paper to match the
vegetables this week and with few BISCUIT McElroy Pharmacy. 31431Dr. cards.
exceptions, everything moved out ;n .
pretty good shape at satisfactorypi ,COMPANY VIASfMINOU
ices. Beans ranged from $4@4.5J W. S. BRANCH
Always look for that name\ BucKmaster LIMITED ,
.
per basket on green and from $3.50(3)(

4.50 on wax. There was a wide rangein I'L I -XV Orlando --_____________ 3:13 pro The Arcade Book and Music Store

prices. on peas, receipts of which i I Osteopathic Physician tAr Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pmILv
were ngni. Large peas, as a rule, Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C. L. 9:00 pm
ranged from $4@6 per' basket, although ter at the hospital in Orlando Sat- 132 Orange Avenue Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm " " " " " " " " " "
ILv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am
some sales were reported up urday. Next door to People's Bank,|Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
to.$8 when stock was extremely fan- Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sprague start- fAr Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am "i
cy. Small peas ranged mainly from,| ed for their summer home in Boston, upstairs. Acute and chronic -,Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
$3@5( ) per basket. There was very I Mass., last Saturday. They assured diseases treatedTelephone Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga. 7:30 am
r Birmingham, Ala., tJ. of Ga.l2:05
little strictly fancy lettuce on the I us that they will be back in Taft in Ar p
578. Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm
market, though some soil as high as!11 the early fall. Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm ORLANDOWater
$4.50 per basket and from there down, Our delegation in Orlando Satur- 'Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm
to $1.50 when too leafy and defective. Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13
Most sales ranged from $1.50@3.50.Eggpiants J. E. Henry, Mrs. C. C. Chenworth, I am
were in very light supply Mrs. W. E. Murphy, Mrs. Samuel Repairingby Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:05 am

14 though steady, and ranged from Hicker, Mrs. F. W. Peinot, Misses Ar Centralia, IlL, I. C._____ 1:38 am & Light Co. |
$2.50 to $3.50 per box. Romaine was Frances Nelson, Vivian Martin, PARCEL POSTMen's Ar Matoon, 111., I. C_______ 3:30, am
rather firm, in moderate supply, and Frances Ellison and Myrtle Ramp. Ar Champaign, IlL, I. C.____ 4:29 am
Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am
sold from $1.50@2.50( per basket. Messrs. D. B. Sphaler, A. J. Rich- Half Soles, 7c to 850 Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am
Peppers were in moderate supply and ardson and A. M. Bristol were in Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c
went fairly well at from $2@3( ) per Kissimmee on business Monday. Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750 Solid Through Trains-Composed of ElectricityGas
box and 1251.50 per basket. Prac- Mr. Hobson has secured a valuablelot Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo I observation, compartment, drawing-
tically all Florida tomatoes were on Second avenue and will build Heels Repaired, 250 !room, section, sleeping cars, aisd fee
green and of undesirable quality. a residence.Mr. reclining chair cars, between Jackson-
There was a good demand for nice, and Mrs. C. A. Tompkins. and All Orders work without returned remittance in 24 hours.returned ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand I 'SlaterIce \

ripe stock, which was hard to find; grandson, Charles, and Isaac H. C. 0.'D. We pay I scar I St. Louis. All meals in dining

$3.25 was about top price per carrier Paige are at Formora today visiting return postage. .
and ranged from there down to $1.50. with Mr. and Mrs. Joles, formerly I I For ( :sets and Pullman car reser-
vations, all Office--No. J8 West Central
on Ave.
There was a liberal supply of Florida of Binghamton, N. Y. A. Hanson
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent,
cabbage, though demand was good, I I t I or
and it brought from $2@2.25 per Buy your garden seed from DeLa- I 19 East Pine Street I D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,
crate and from 1121.37 per bas ney & Abernethy. Just'received a ORLANDO FLORIDA I Atlantic Coast Line,
ket. Celery was in heavier supply big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf ..MMMII >MMI tMliaM.1 I I Orlando. Telephone No. 6
and dealers is -----
say quality not as goodas
OLIVE' OIL AND SPICESWe
it has been, though it sold readilyat ... .II..G..III.III'I..I..I..III..IIII. ...
I have the b ,st. 25 years in the ,
$2.50@3 for twelve inch crate business. Try us. McElroy Phar-
and $2(2)2.50( ) for ten inch crates. macy. 3-14-31

Chickory and escarol were a little l
easier and slightly lower in price.. WOOD, COAL AND ICE ORLANDO O U W 4 ASIIINGTON
Price ranged from $2@2.50( ) per bas Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's " ' ' ; ,

ket on chickory and 22.75per bas Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf ...

ket on escarol. Okra was in light I .
supply and sold from $2@3 per car B. & L. NOTICE DRAWING ROOM

rier.-New York Packer. r '
During the absence from the city SLEEPING CARVIA
of the Secretary, Douglas R. Ellerbe,
TAFT ITEMS and until further notice, all informa- Hammond & Core
Taft, Fla, March 25.-Mrs. Samuel tion relative to the Orlando :Mutual
Building and Loan Asociation be *
Bicker of Schenectady, N. Y. arriv may
,

obtained of Mr. Donald A. Cheny, at
ed Wednesday and is stopping with, the Orlando Water & Light. Co.'s of FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAL.MERS.
her father, W. H. 'Phillips on Fifth: fi ceo TLNTIC COAST T LINE f
street.M. I REAL VALUES LOW PRICES '
M. Hobson and family of Kan- SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTH
I I am now organizing an excursion
sas City, Mo., arrived with a car load party to New York and Albany, via COMAARE
of goods last Thursday. He is settledin Clyde Line steamship Arapaho OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
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one of D. B. Spahler's cottages on April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 OUR FURNITUREWe
Second avenue for the present, whilehe from Orlando to Albany, which includes -

clears his farm recently purchased and bagerage New York.transfer Special in Jacksonville reduction -- provide the quality furniture that has long

east of town. lie intends to set out to those starting at Jacksonvilleor Tuesais J allul ll SatuflaysFOR J been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

quite a quantity of citrous f ru' or berth stopping and rooms at New make York.reservationsnow For good standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
trees and also do truck farming.Our .
of C. P. Smith Hand building, It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
city was nearly deserted again corner Orange avenue andChurch RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
last Friday, as there was a general street, before March 21. 3-5-tf this business, and that means much to any buyer.
rush to Shingle Creek to attend "U n- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.

cle" Dan Prescott's picnic and fish- Don't let your winter home run W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
down in the summer. I will guarantee MeN LL & DAVIS
All returned well BLOCK
fry. pleased, full to keep it in tip-top shape so ORLANDO, FLA. -

of fish and other things. "Unde" you will find it as you left it when George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. Cor. Orange Ave. and Cbnrcb St., Orlando Ha.
Dan always fills them up, if they you return. Make it a point to writeor
G. Kirkland Division Passenger Agent Tampa.tlMlllillMIIIIMMMMMIIIHIillllMMMIIM.
Ir give him a chance. see me at once.WERNER \ J
F. NEHRLING.
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South Florida Sentinel evening a quiet but very The ,beautiful little Episcopal Peruchi-Gypzene company

MORNING AND WEEKLY beautiful wedding took place at church at Maitland was the scene ofa I company grows in popular favor. 1

JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. "Glendonjo," the attractive home of happy wedding at noon yesterday,! Last night "The Devil" was the of- Dickson-Ives Co1

l Mr. and :Mrs.: J. M. Cheney, when when Miss Annie Bronson became the fering, and to say it was well pre-

Entered at the poetoftoe at Orlando Florida their daughter, Glenn, and Mr. Doug- bride of Mr.Theodore Johnston' Rev.A. sented' would be putting it mildly.

u Second Clare Mail Matter. lass R. Ellerbe were married by Rev. A. Rickert officiating.The I'The I company is composed of real

TO ADVERTISERS: Dr. John W. Stagg, of the Presbyterian church had been tastefully and: actors and actresses equal to any of

church.No very effectively decorated with green the high price attractions. The en-

advertising Copy for must display be handed and all in at other the hand-act business cards were issued, and only a vines, ferns, etc., as a soft, rich back- tire cast was exceptionally good. Mr. DEPARTMENTAL STORfrlanuo'

office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. few intimate friends were*present at ground for pure white lilies and fra- : Edouard D'Oize, as Dr. Miller, to put
the before publication. This rule applies !
day
to chances for contract advertising; it ia the ceremony, which took place at grant roses. jit I mildly was great. Many of his
invariable and .ifl be strictly adhered to. The forth rounds of
half past eight. drawing room Just before the wedding Mrs.j i I scenes brought ap- '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES was artistically decorated with palms, plause. Miss Gypzene, as Olgia, and
Daily, 1 Year ..........................$5.00 Thayer played a beautiful selectionon
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 ferns and white carnations, a bowerwas the little changing to the Mr. Lawrence, as Carl, were excel- favorite Shopping
organ
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 formed of and forbids saying all we S.
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 evergreens orange wedding march when the bride ar lent. Space
blossoms, and here the clergyman : would like to about the cast and the
Weekly, 1 Year ........7............. 1.00 rived.A .
Weekly 6 Months .._.................. 75 awaited the coming of the bridal very dainty little flower girl led play. Enough to say, the only thing
party. The wedding march was small about the Peruchi-Gypzene
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- the way, followed by the maid of honor PLACE
tinued should notify the office in writing on played by W. S. Branch, Jr., and Mrs. company is the price of admission,
be (a sister of the bride) .in a deli-
will
otherwise it
the date of expiration
Louis Dolive, the matron of honor, which is out of proportion to the
continued at the regular subscription rates
cate costume of pale pink and white.
until notice to stop u received. preceded the bride and her father excellent performances they are giv-
The bride entered on the arm of
down the wide stairway and into the ing.
THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914. her father, her exquisite gown of
drawing room. The groom, with his Tonight "The Old Guard," a French
white silk and her soft white veil
best man, Mr. James :Magruder: en- play dealing with one of the faithfulold
THE WEATHER being especially becoming.The .
tered from the side and took their survivors of Napoleon's famousold
Florida: Fair Thursday and prob-
places with the others in front of Dr. groom and his best man en- guards, and is guaranteed as a .
rain in
ably Friday, with probably
Stagg, who used the impressive ring tered from the vestry room. dramatic gem. Those who enjoy a

north portion.A service. After the ceremony the Immediately after the ceremony the real good drama should not fail to

guests thronged around the happy guests had opportunity to tender visit the opera house at least one ,

filibuster is being engineered on couple, offering every good wish for their hearty congratulations and best night during the week. Such com-
bill for the
the rivers and harbors
their happiness and prosperity.The wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Johnston at panies deserve the support of our
purpose of delaying action on the bill the home of the latter's
wedding cake and ices were grandmother, amusement loving people.
to repeal the tolls exemption clauseof
served in the dining room. Here the Mrs. Bronson, who pave a very delightful Special matinee Saturday, 3 p. m.,
the Panama canal act. The repeal
decorations were in pink and green, reception with delicious re- as Peruchi says, for the benefit of the
bill is scheduled to come up today, I
a large bowl of pink carnations be- freshments. The bride and groom ushers? Prices 10 and 20 cents.A .
but there is no certainty that it will.
ing in the center of the table, which were to leave last evening on their
The filibuster has been employed long
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wedding trip.WANTEDAny
was festooned with asparagus fern JUVENILE PARTY
and often to delay or prevent legisla-
and pink tulle. The Ladies' Aid Society of the M.E. .
tive action, but such tactics are not The bride wore a handsome gown variety of sweet church invite you to their birthday
to be approved. This question must potato plants. Will contract at 75e party on Thursday, March 26th, from
and will be decided soon, and the obstructionists of white crepe de chine, en train, and per thousand until June 1st, or will three to six o'clock, at the residenceof
will gain little by such draped with shadow lace. Her long contract at $1.00 per thousand dur- Mrs. J. P. Musselwhite, on East
veil was caught with orange blos- ing April. Fred M. Preston, Pine Lake Eola. A silver offering. All ,
methods that could not be gained by Castle, Fla. 3-20-d&w-tf cordially invited. 3-19-6t
soms, and she carried a shower bou-
force of argument.
quet of white roses and orange blos-
a soms. MtlllHIMttlllMMeMtMMMtMltl iMMMilMI
The hearing at Ocala Monday and .
Tuesday, on the petitions of the railroads The matron; of honor was becom- 11
ingly gowned in white silk embroi- Gash Loan
1 to
to be relieved of the operationof dered voile and carried a bouquet of i, on I
the long and short haul act passed
pink roses.
by the last legislature, revealed many
Miss Ellerbe, a sister of the groom,
inequalities in freight rates, which City PropertyReal
was the
the makers of those rates, the rail- among guests.
:Mr.: and Mrs. Ellerbe will spend
road officials, were wholly unable to "
their honeymoon at -
"Camp Bee-gi-
explain or justify. The vicepresident -
woo-che," on Lake Conway, later going
of the Seaboard Air Line was Estate bought and sold
to visit the groom's family in
asked if the Seaboard had any justi-

fication to offer why his road made South Carolina. After their returnto for cash commission.
or on
Orlando they will
occupy a pretty
the people of Ocala pay fifteen centsa
bungalow on Lake Leora.
hundred on fresh meats from Jack- / t

sonville to Ocala and charged only

eleven cents on the same freight from THE WEEKLY SENTINEL Unusual

Jacksonville to Tampa. He replied Dr. A. J. TAYLOR Something

that'he could offer none. There were It is getting time for many of Or-

other questions of like purport,. and lando's winter visitors to return to Rock Building, Upstairs.MIIMHtlHHtHllilHtHIIMMIIMMMMMtllMM.

similar answers. The hearing devel- their homes in other states. Manyof 1 Will in this Store

oped sufficient evidence to show that them already have given in their appear

rate making has been guided by the I names as subscribers to the Weekly MMMIttMHMMIIMIIItllMMtHMilMIIIIMItm

old and unjust rule to assess as much! Sentinel, and an invitation is extended -

i freight as the traffic would bear. to others to do likewise. The Sen- A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX
Saturday Night
Florida has suffered these inequalitiesand tinel will keep them posted on the

discriminations for many years, news and progress of Orlando and THE PALMS AUTO CO

and it is good to see that the rail- Orange county during the summer, .

roads are being brought to an under- and they will find it a welcome vis

standing of their unfair tariffs. The itor. The Weekly Sentinel is being REO MOTOR CARS

railroad commission can certainly not issued today, and all are invited to
Y grant the carriers release from the call at the office land get a copy. The For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a e \

operation of the long and short haul paper will be better this year than full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof J

j law under the testimony introduced ever, and it may be had a whole year

at the Ocala meeting. for one dollar. competent repair men. All our work is absolutely j
i ." 4 I II
o guaranteed.
: BUNCOED AGAIN BY TRANSIENT More help wanted? Room to let

ADVERTISING SOLICITOR or wanted? Advertise in the Sen-

r tinel. Be sure to read the ads. in
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i Several business men of Orlando today's Sentinel. They bring results.
THE PALMS AUTO CO
have been stung again by an itinerant
advertising solicitor, in spite of the A new six-room two story house with
fireplace, bath room, electric lights
Sentinel's FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.IHIIIIHIIMMMMMMtMMMMMIMMtMIMMMH.
warnings such
against
and city water. Price $1,500. Enquireof
agents. A few days ago a person C. W. Rowe, 402 Colonial Drive,'
{ .appeared at the office of Dr. J. F. Orlando. 3-26-3t. .+

McKinnon, superintendent of public

instruction, and secured from him a

' copy of a report blank of the kind e ,.

used to report to parents the class

standing and general average of pu-

pils in the public schools. The solic-

itor went out armed with this copy t

from the superintendent's office and

began soliciting advertisements to be
Are You Invited
printed on a card to contain the report -

blank, the idea being to furnishthe
cards free for use in the schools, to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea "

allowing the advertiser ,the privilegeof gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure
paying for them. The business men
you will be interested in our display of the newest and .
were easy and readily gave up five

dollars each for space on the cards. most artistic designs inCUT

The cards were delivered to the su

perintendent's office, and there they GLASSThere

will remain until they are dumpedinto

the ash barrel. The superin- are so many odd pieces and attractive sets
tendent says he would not think of
here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.We .
recommending the use of them in the

schools. So where will the five dollars are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe

' each of the merchants land? In Mail. Oidei
the ash barrel.A more acceptable.T.I1.vans. ur I r Depallifieni e

rather amusing feature of this .

incident is the fact that among the
advertisers is a merchant who not Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, make

long ago directed the attention of the use of it whenever you can. Samples or information

Sentinel to a similar imposition that
had been worked upon the businessmen cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
-
of the town by another traveling Write for one of our illustrated mail order cata-
salesman. He wanted the Sentinel to

perpetrate a "trade at home" articleon logues. We invite comparison values.ORLANDO'S .

the subject, and the Sentinel did.

The difference between that piece of the JewelerOPPOSITE

business and this is that the mer-

chant in question was hit that time, FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEIIHMIMIIIMliliMMmtMHMtlMMKMMIIIIIIifr

and ,he felt it. This time the Sentinel -

t ... and every other newspaper in POSTOFFICE
town is hit, but the merchant didn't Orange Ave. rlan n

see it that way and helped the fellow
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
get away with a neat sum without

t rendering any equivalent whatever. Ai

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You I Must t Bat t Caudy Grillil' ROBINSON STARKEY, Managers | 'I',.

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I Open Admission 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. I

I 5 cents gTHURSDAY'S

id CI'CI. ) CI)<-J//) (J.
-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. PROGRAM .

That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con : Great Wild Animal Feature It :
BUYS AND SELLS 101 Bison. "In the Wilds of Afri lit t mipnV'uui .
,
ca" A 2-reel drama. Dr. Clifford
Ii
cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en-
: and family live in the heart of Africa.
gine." REAL ESTATE While he is out and his wife's back
is turned, a huge chimpanzee steals
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car- : their little girL Animal and child The best
are both surprised and curious. They
amels, Taffies, etc. : wander away into the wilds and are
attacked by a "man-eating" lion.
FRESH EVERY DAY. 400 acres within three The scenes following are of a very WATCHESCLOCKS
: exciting nature. The immense bands 11
miles of Kissimmee, two of natives, the witch doctor, and the
elephants are all true to that country
mile facing .Orlando-Kis- : and make this a very interesting pic-

simmee brick road, $20 I: ture.Tatsj's .Mistake." One-reel com- LI
BUTT'S KANDY f KITCHEN t edy.
per acre if sold within

30 days. 3-4-Im SUFFRAGE DEMONSTRATION LEAGUE OBSERVE DAY I IAt o I JEWELRY D

The home of pure home-made Candies ;

fiMltttttltttttitilttlillPOINSETTIA the regular meeting of the

Orange Avenue BRIDGE CLUB Equal Suffrage League yesterday 1 1 Etc.
morning plans were discussed for the
MEETS AT TEA ROOM
observance of Demonstration Day on '

1" " " " " " " " " " " " " May second, which has been the date ll You ever bought at the
The Poinsettia club
Bridge was appointed by the National Associa-
pleasantly entertained at the best price
very tion as the time for the leagues, both you ever
,: The Sentinel is in receipt of a Tea Room yesterday afternoon by
state and local, to give a special them.
pro- bought
I from Harry DeLaney, Jr., who is Mrs. C. E. Saunders, two tables of
WADE a visit to New York. Mr. players being present. gram.
The Orlando voted to
league ar-
THE TUNER
( promises to be back in Orlando After the Mrs. Cornish
I ORLANDO, FLA. games range a demonstration, and the affair "
J1 1 March 28. served a delightful salad course, with will be placed in the hands of an ef- It 11 t "en's""
a The carnival which has been ices and coffee. ficient committee.A UCl
; erating on the "show lot" near Those present beside the hostess
vote of thanks was given to Mrs.
Dr. E. H. Byrd left yesterday for A. C. L freight depot "broke were Mrs. Chas. Campbell, Mrs. Wat-
Harriet Miller, of the Wyoming, and
his home in East Chattanooga, Tenn. last night, and will leave today son, Mrs. Wm. Green, Mrs. Lege, Mrs.
to Mrs. Arter and the Misses Arter ..
Dr, and Mrs. J. C. Marshall, of Columbia, S. C. McCulloch, Mrs. Brown and Miss Ma-
for their kindness in aiding the leagueat
Oviedo/were visitors to the city yes. Miss Minnie McKinnon, who ry Holt. its recent education tea.
terday. been visiting her uncle and Mrs. Watson is to be hostess at the
The league members decided to invite -
Among the Floridians sojourningin Rev. J. F. McKinnon and Mrs. N. next meeting, two weeks hence. I the men's league to a social sup-

Orlando today is "Sunny Jim" Rob- Sharpe, will leave for her home ''per to be given before the close of
of North Carolina THE LADIES' AID OF THE METHODIST -
nson, Tampa. today. the season. Ib.I
I cD
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Taylor, of Mr. B. T. Boyd, president of l"I CHURCH Following the business session, Rev. IJIO. 111 -

Wilkinsburg, Pa., were among the Bank of Winter Garden, was a To an all around good supper Mary A. Safford conducted a most interesting -

arrivals in the city yesterday.A ant visitor at the Sentinel office We are bidding you to come.; discussion of the laws of

party of Bostonians at the San terday. He enrolled his name We are taking no refusals- Florida appertaining to marriage and HtttlMIIMItMHtMMtlfttttHtMIIMMMMMHIItiFire
Not one must stay at home.
Juan include Mr. and Mrs. G. A. the constantly growing list of divorce, which will be continued at. .
Chaffin and Miss B. L. Eaton.W. scribers to the Morning Sentinel. For the chicken-bean supper the next meeting.

1,. Dolive returned yesterday Mrs. Chas. F. Granniss,arrived The price is thirty-five,
Cream and cake is extra,
from Jacksonville, where he went to night from Waterbury, Conn., But only a dime and five. DEATH OF JESSE BURTZ

visit with his son, J. C. Dolive. will spend three or four weeks in Insurance '
Mr. W. K. Ingram, of Wood Lake, city to the delight of her At Marion B. Ives' old stand, Sat- After an illness lasting several
urday, March 28, from 5 to 10 o'clock.
weeks, Jesse E. Butrz, of the
Neb., is among the sightseers in Or friends. Mr. Granniss is one of 3-24-lw one I II .
lando. He arrived last evening.Mr. ange county's largest and most I best known newspaper men in the I II
cessful orange growers and a BAZAARThe I state of Florida, having quite a repu-
and Mrs. G. M. Duncan are
owner of valuable property in Junior Civic League will hold tation for his ability to remain awake
among,the recent arrivals at the San
lando. They are occupying bazaar Saturday afternoon on for an indefinite period, passed away I
Juan, registering from New Haven, Ave.
Orange in the offices of Lord &
his home in Gainesville
home West at Tuesday
pretty on street. I
Conn. Bradshaw. Home made candies and
s. -s- W.g.YPhone
Col.. 0. R. Cooke and wife, fancy work of all kinds will be on sale night. Mr. Burtz styled himself as .
Tourists at the San Juan, who plana having spent the winter in their and each purchaser will be presented "Never-Sleeps-Burtz," and boasted
stay of a week or more, include winter home, "Rose Villa a souvenir, which will be a small that no one had ever succeeded in
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Helder, of corner olant. The benefit will be for the ;
South and Osceola streets left catching him in peaceful repose. 172
Oak Park, Ill. Park play grounds, which fact
night for their home in Carnegie, should justify ypur patronage.All About five years ago Mr. Burtz retired J
Rev. Mary A. Safford will speakin suburb of Pittsburg, Pa. Mrs. persons having promised any- from the active journalistic fieldto
the interests of thing, will please leave same at above
equal suffrage at establish a job printing establishment
.. mina Drake, of East End, Friday afternoon time af HIIIII IIIIIIIII I III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
any
Lake Alfred
today and at Winter
and Mrs. Cooke's brother, James three o'clock. in Gainesville and he conducted .
Park on Saturday. McClurkey, of Monongahela, I: J-25-4t. this up to the time of his death. His

Mrs. T. J. Tilden and Mrs., T. C. who have been their guests : survived by a widow and two chilI I iiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiHiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHString

Maguire, of Plant City, who have the winter, departed with them. + MYSTERIOUS TEA dren. .

been visiting Mrs. M. J. Young, returned party expect to meet Mr. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist '
home last night. law partner, Clarence M. Cooke, announces a "mysterious tea" TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Davis and and his bride in Washington, D. April 1st. They say they want BeansFresh
pre-empt the day, so make this an- WANTED wet nurse, at once.
Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Starbird, of Apopka The young couple are on their
so far beforehand. They Phone No. 2, J. L. Dean. 3-26-5t
were among the visitors to the ding tour through the South and promise all sorts of fun,, and will supply received daily

county metropolis yesterday.Mr. pect to visit the groom's parents, this menu: ROOMS for light housekeeping;'sum- j :
and Mrs. C. R. Francis ar Dr. Cooke and wife, at Something Curd Most Needed Impertinence mer rates. 307 East Pine street.

rived yesterday from Philadelphia Fla. While in the state the Mineral Mixture 3-26-6t Oranges! '
Oranges
and are making the San Juan their couple expect to visit Orlando to Bathing Appliance Cake FOR REPRESENTATIVE
headquarters while in the city. ify the many glowing reports Sidewalk Slippers
by the father and uncle of the Babies and Brides Receive I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative dozen box
Messrs. T. W. and Joe Lawton, What Our Grannies Used to Card from Orange county subject to : By or
Beautiful. the action of the Democratic: primary to beheld
C. T. McCully and B. W. Anderson, Long Remembrance June 2nd. .. .
representative citizens of Oviedo, Request :Most Precious J. H. REESE. .
Every man and who Frigid ConsonantIn .
were visitors to Orlando last night. in woman the store formerly occupied by : Fresh Country Eggs
New Jersey. Every man and : B. Ives. 3-21-td Dance at Russell's Point Thursday,

TEX YEARS IN ORLANDO man who was born in that state, March 26th. Gentlemen 50 cents : .

Chiropodist for both every man and woman who has The Sentinel want ads find tenants each. Auto bus opposite postoffice. :
and
men. Manicure, pedicure men, face wo.and there long enough to call it houses or rooms every day. Let Good music. 3-25-2t ..
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L home state, is invited to be at help you. .
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over Tourist Headquarters this evening SEED! SEED! SEED! : i
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm assist in organizing an Eat what you want Garden and field seed. DeLaney & I THE SANITARY GROCERY
Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
Dr. Ballentine, of East Orange, Eat all you want
Warman Repairs and Retires Baby speak. A profitable time is Take a postscript and forget it. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf all who attend. For sale by all druggi!':K Eat Eat all what you you want.want.

l-7-d&w.lyr Take a postscript and forget it. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

,, . . For sale by all durggistb. i
'., . . . . . . ' . .4-' ' " l7d&wlyrOSTEOPATHY

CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

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DR. J. C .HOWELL --------- -
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Hours 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
At The Lucerne extra charge for house treatment I

Today"BETWEEN Telephone connections SPECIALFord
Office cor. Orange and Central Aves.

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LUTHER THE FLORISTCut TouringCar fully equippedas


SAVAGE AND TIGER," a story of an American Lieutenant, Flowers good as new

stationed on the African frontier, and his adventures as he plunges into the jun- ROSES, VIOLETS,

gles of India. A picture showing antelopes, waterbuffalo, tigers, elephants, and CARNATIONS, PANSIES, $350.00
other jungle animals and natives.
POTTED PLANTS

A ship on fire in mid-ocean is one of the strong scenes in this masterpiece Four passenger Cadillac ready to !

of moving picture photography.This .

Good Wood - $1.50 run $350.00.San .
film was made by the Cines Company of ,
Italy, for Mr. George Kleine,
who advertises it the Better Wood $2 and $2.25 _i j
most
..r as wonderful productions he has yet released, sur- -
passing even his "Quo Vadis," which was recently shown at this theater. '
Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 Juan Garage Co.
6,000 feet of film in six reels. ,

This won't last long, I

ADMISSION: Adults 20 cents . . Children lOcHIIMmiliMIIIMIMIIIICMMMilllMH Stock up while you can. All Night Service

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} Orlando Wood Yard ;
AJAX TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed

104 W. Pine St. for five thousand miles.

B. W. KINGSIET, Proprietor
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PINE CASTLE NOTES I up a meat market and pure food store PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAKERS I II I I We insure your life and loan you I I:i .. i i.in. .

,.at the corner of :Main and Division money on real estate at 6 per cent
I interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
PineCastle, March 25.-Despite the t|I I. streets. I Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
Mr. E. E. is to
preparing
Spahler
unusual cold weather, there are signs 3-25-d&wtf
build an addition to his store on I of Lost, Wanted For
Notices Sale ForRent
that spring is coming, t he most Main streetMethodist etc., for this column. 25c for one day I WANTED-To rent, by the year, rBR CO1
clearly indicative of these is that I COc for three days, or $1.00 for one week for cottage of six or seven rooms; must
services were conductedat II 25 words or less Money most accon:pans I be close in and rent reasonable. Ad-
northern visitors are be nning to I .
the advertisements fer this column,
the Union Rev. as no dress J. L. D., Sentinel. 2-17-2wks
Chapel Sunday by
insertions will be made creditFOR
i leave for their respective homes. Mr. I on I ,
Jones.
George Shackleton and family, who I SALE-Ten acres of land; one
FOR SALE-At a.bargain, if takenat ORLANDO FLORIDA
I ,
r have been occupying one of Dr. C. E.Filbert's I acre in bearing orange grove; six once: One two-chair barber
Cash Registers. Warman_ fixes 'em acres cleared part of land suitable I
; "
the
bungalowh on L. Cournay shop, known as 0. K., at 203

left Saturday morning for their homein on Court street. 12-5-tf ,:for half gardening mile from and city trucking limits on; located public 10 Boone acres street good, land doing just good outside business city; OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174 *

Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Jas. road. Bargain. Address :M. C. B., limits, 125 bearing trees
orange ,
SEED! SEED! SEED! I
E Bibby, sr., and Mr. Jas. Bibby, Jr., care Box 431-, city.- 3-10-tf grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Miller Garden and field seed. DeLaney & FOR"RENT OR SALE-Good house, and two large pecan trees; four room I
Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf I garden and farm land, on Conway house, new barn, good horse and rig,
and daughter, of Charleston, W. Va.,
clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. farming implements. This place is A
who have been staying at the Lake- FOR SALE 1 3-20-lm-d&w located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto A
'
view Inn,,are scheduled to leave this 20 acr s located three miles from I FOR RENT 5-room, house, partly sell on account of health. Address

this week for home. Mrs. F. W. city ,,m proposed brick road; eight furnished. See Frank Soper, Room Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at
acres bearing grove; two acres 3, McNeill & Davis Bldz. 2-18-10t 203 Boone street. 3-26-10t
Pond, of Conneaut, Ohio, also leaves .
cleared and ten acres timber; four .
for the north this week. FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand I
roou cottage. Price $3,500. unimproved land. See S. S. FOR REN1
Quite a number of our residents 25 acres four miles from city; ten '
Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm
I One month's lease furnished
of the cold acres in grove, four hundred bearing on -
have been ill; effects spell. II
orange and two hundred threeyearold FOR SALE-Ford runabout bargainif home near Lake Eola, for sale $15.
x Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sheldon and Mr. trees twelve ; Rents for $25 after May 1st. Apply
grapefruit ; acres taken at once. Address Box 594,
and Mrs. 0. Fuller have been on the fruit land and three acres garden city. 3-13-lw I Robert S. Brown. 3-26-lt REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN

sick list and several others are recovering land; cottage and barn, located on
lake front. Price $5,000. FOR SALE-Sour oranges, seed for I FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the
f colds.
r s n sevcie 70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland planting. $1 per bbl. Addie Kim- week or month; cheap. Phone 571, Orlando and Sanford and Intervening \ \
T Mrs. Charles Livengood andIr.. ; three and one-half miles from brough, Kuhl avenue. 3-18-6t .or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm .

and Mrs. William Livengood are at city. Price $30 per acre. Points

home from an auto trip to Tampa.Mr. Five-room cottage and lot one hun-i
and Mrs. Machett dred by four hundred feet; located on ilttitMIMMIIiMMIilMIMIIMMMMMIMMMMIMIOne
gave a party Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick
main highway leading out of city.
Monday evening in honor of Miss Price $2,000.Five f ; ; Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

i Nannie Matchett's sixteenth birth- acres of bearing orange grove,

I well located. Price $2,000. Bungalow Left to Sell .1111111111101111111111111111111111.QIII.'lllllllt.t
day.The 140 acres overlooking a beautiful
formed last weekin
Ohio Society lake, one and one-fourth miles from
Orlando, finds many in Pine Castle railroad station and packing house;

from the god old Buckeye Stale 20 acres bearing orange grove con- M. J. DAETWYLERPhone tl'IIIIIIIIIIIIII'1111111118111111111111111111111111.The .
taining fourteen hundred trees. The
to swell its membership. Mr. and
remaining land is high grade ,fruit
i Mrs. L C. Newel and Mr. and Mrs. and garden soil. Price $12,000. I Altamonte i

0. R. Goodwill, of Ashtabula, Ohio; 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well '

Mr.and Mrs. Homer Sheldon, of North located. Can be had at a bargain.J. 5631IIIIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.III.1111111

Kingsville, Ohio; Mrs. F. W. Pond, of E. CRAWFORD, | ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.
Office Over
3 Blue Drug Store,
Conneaut, Ohio; Mrs. Sarah Youngof 117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, ; A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L

Toledo, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. John Orlando, Florida. ; R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in Inte-
I
Barr, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Shanni- 2-20-tf rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

barger, Mrs. C. J. Sweet, Mr. John FOR SALE ,WANTED-Middle age white woman i most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on

Wilson, Miss Anna and James Funk, WANTED-Ladies to bring their An elegant modern home; four bed-I to help with children; good home ; high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
combings to us. Don't destroy rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- and salary for right party. Address,
all from Mansfield, Ohio; Dr. and them. We will make what you want. tricity throughout; fruit trees and I Mrs. J. S. McCawley, Winter Garden, Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.

Mrs. S. W. Reed, tormerly of Cleve, Come and see our stock and examineour flowers. 509 East Central avenue. Fla. 3-21-6t i Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-

land, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. S. Frank work. We invite inspection. If 2-15-tf. F ; ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.

Phillips' and daughter, Miss Loradele I you havn't the hair we supply it. Our FOR SALE Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
stock is genuine. We make'eyery- '
Phillips, formerly of Cincinnati, WANTED Narsery stock, one, two, three and
thing to order. We cash for I MM HMMM M MM H MH Hl B BMBBM MMHMH HMi
pay
Ohio. I four year old buds; Foster Early,
combings. .
Two weeks ago Miss Mary A. Saf- We beg to announce that we have WANTED-Two good girls, one for Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- i GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer
the Navel. Address
secured the exclusive for the dining room and one for gen- ington Mrs. 51.Kahlo
ford, of Orlando, State President of well-known and popular agency Clow's Knit eral housework. Apply Mrs. W. C.I Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf : Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.

the Equal Suffrage Asociation in the I Hosiery. Drop us a card and samples Temple, Winter Park Fla. 3-24-tf I I
State of Florida, and Miss Engle-au will be submitted for your inspection - ---- FOR SALE-$350 worth of new fur- : MMIHIIMMMMMIMIMIIMIUMIMIMiiltMlHiffrHIIMMMIIIMMMHMMMi ,,,
SITUATION VANTED niture. Also A
-Stenographer piano. bargain.
at leisure. The goodswe
your
thorized organizer from National
I handle are the. kind that satisfy. who can furnish own machine 411 West street. 3-24-lwk --- -- -
headquarters of equal suffrage at wants
position. Experienced. AddressA.
NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Garland -
Washington, D. C., organized an equal St. 3-23-1 mo B. B., care Sentinel. 3-24-3t FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur- : MIMIt

suffrage league at Pine Castle. At nished, 5-room cottage; moderate
I WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto rental. 112 E. South St. 3-24-31 Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
that meeting the women were unan- Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Orlando,good neighborhood,reas- LOST-A pair of black pants, with I
imous for the organization of sucha onable distance of schools and churches.
on Court street. 125tfimimiiMiimiMMtt light stripe, size 40-33. They were : !
league here; officers were elected,'I .. Must be good land, suitable for purchased from Feinberg & Gore and I

but the call of the President, Mrs. S. trucking and poultry raising. Prefer were wrapped in their paper. Return I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
place with out buildings, but not absolutely to Sentinel and receive reward. :
Frank Phillips, for a meeting of the necessary if price is right. 3-24-3t I rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, n"rth.

women in Pine Castle on two occa-: Give full particulars to B. R. Mont- --- -- Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

: sions now has met with very slight ForSa1eModern : gomery, 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jack- LOST-Near the Grand, or at the Lu- six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Specialheating
sonville Fla. 3-16 tf pendant attached to
cerne, a topaz base-
response. Mr. Phillip&'has plans by i t : a gold chain.. Reward to finder. Re- : and bath room facilities. Large, roomy

which this league may be evolved intoa '.I (I WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing turn to 308 Magnolia avenue. ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or

Woman's club, with diferent depart- stenographer, two years experience 3-24-3t furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.

ments, which she will unfold at the i i 8-room ; can furnish good reference, desires REMEMBERThat House fronts on Ridgewood avenue Price $2,200. These

first meeting of good attendance. Mrs. : 'House 2 doors : moderate position.salary.Willing Now to employed.begin on we have every facility for turning I lots connect at the corners, with rose house ,between. I

Phillips is ill just at present, but as Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla. offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
all kinds. :
out neat printing of
; early as she can she will call another -'ii west of Wyoming : 3-21-1wk I Open to all.
Letter heads, bill heads, office stationery ....
meeting and earnestly asks all the I' : LOOK-$850! buys five adjoining lots. etc., furnished at the lowest I
ladies of Pine Castle to attend. An- ii Hotel. Bar- W. I. Higgins, corner Marks and work will E. N. rOY
prices first class permit. I
nouncement will be made in the Un- Ivanhoestreets. 3-21-6t .
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ion Sunday school and posted at the gain.A. : WANTED-Position as chauffeur, by WANTED-25 family washings at : 307 West St., North.Orlandp

store buildings. I i I',' steady, reliable man. Willing to once, from 50 cents up. Home : '
The Christian Workers of the Union I 1I I go anywhere. Address "Chauffeur,' Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. '

chapel shadow box L care Morning Sentinel. 3-26-lw 3-8- I
gave a supper in : Bentley, :


. the night.Mr. school William auditorium Wigman has Saturday opened j 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE, vMIMIMMiMMiliiilllM. 3-19-3t In Seeds buying 25 are YEARS'good.and selling EXPERIENCE McElroy Seeds.Pharmacy.Our Phone Makes, refinishing 636.a W.specialty T. EXTRICAN floors of painting, furniture, ,1-21-lm papering etc.- UD THE[ SENTINEL[ [ FOR THE.[ NEWS[




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Price 50c ARCADE HOTEL

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'- '.. FRONTS ON THREE STREETS. ROOMS 75c, $1.00 AND

with Rice $1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c. "
Sliced Cucumbers Celery \
J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop-
Baked Stuffed Fish, Hollandaise Sauce

... Baked Chicken Pie a .
OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.
Roast Beef, Brown Sauce Roast Lamb, Brown Sauce .
NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to
.... Baked Rice, au Gratin
Mashed Potatoes Spiced Yams $5.00PERVEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

Creamed Carrots Succatash $20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.v
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Waldorf Salad J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.

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NULLIFY PRIMARY\ lAW THE MARKETOf


have made good Why?. Be- Holles W aute

Have Employed Some of the Ablest : Of Cleanliness QualityFRESH

Lasers in the Stateto cause experience has taught us how to
Assist
"'e have a number of dents AND SALT MEATS
make formulas that suit all conditionsfor

Socialists are to make an attemptto who want furnished and unfurnished FISH AND GAME
law nulli- both trees and vegetables.
have the Bryan primary orange
houses for the summer
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
fied, claiming that it is unconstitu- I

tional. The plan is to wait until and by the year. Owners hav- Everything screened from the flies and fresh
away kept

law after in the the primary courts.and The then:Miami attack Me the Now is t the time to Fertilize ing such properties to rent are and pure.

tropolis tells the story as follows: requested to se us at once. We
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Unconstituionality of the new Bryan -
primary law, drafted by United lok after your properties, collect everything in the Meat Line.

States Senator N. P. Bryan and the rents and make monthly set-
passed by the last session of the state Southern Fertilizer Co.
The
legislature, is claimed by the Social- tlements with you. The PARLOR MARKET !

ists of Florida, who according to
John Gillette of Miami, one of the Orlando PHONES: Office 32, Plant 31 Florida

Socialist chieftains, will attempt to Cooper & Atha H. M. Self & Co.

establish the alleged unconstitutionality -
of, the law. :Mr. Gillette says 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor PINE STREET !

that his party has employed some of Phone No. 311
the best lawyers in the state to han- Phone No. 80iiiMiiiiiiiiimniiiieiiiiiiiiiri

dle the case for them, and that theyare
now engaged in dissecting the

law preparatory to going before the .

supreme court for final jurisdiction.It I
is not considered probable that MiiMiiHiiiimiHiiiiiiitiHnitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiimiW. " " "

any action will be taken prior to the

primary, and it is hinted that a nom-
Just arrived car load
ination under the primary will be a

necessary step in getting the matter FORDS for immediate M. SLEMONS
before the highcourt. After the primary -

it is said that action will be delivery.Get .
taken to get the name of some nomi-

nee off the ballot on the ground that nowF.
he was illegally nominated, claimingthat yours
New Goods Arriving
nomination under the Bryan law G. RUSH, DailyWe
is illegal.: Socialists throughout ,
state will be assessed to pay the lawyers Phone 226

and the cost consequent upon
s
taking the primary law before the supreme -

court. _..rd

c sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
The bean
shipping season has .
opened and Wauchula will easily made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
maintain the reputaion of being the
heaviest shipping point in the state Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
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of beans and cucumbers. Small Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
quantities have bene going out ,for
the past few days, and by Monday & Co Best place in the city to trade.

shipping will be genreal. The farmer

who brought in the first sixteen hampers -
was offered $46 cash on the plat-
form for them, which he promptly I
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refused, with the statement that he 'W.
expected to get $SO for them. Over To the West and NorthwestVIA

100 truck farms have been started in AVENUE

this vicinity this year, which, addedto --
the large number already in operation -
makes this avegetable mar- DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND .'III'IIIIIII"I..a..IIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIII"11111111111111111 11111'111"****
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very roportions.Wauchula -
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They Orlando have is enacted less kind an ordinance than Miami.over Lit Dixie Dixie Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED :",", "."," ".:".:".".::".: !mUJ!I ; : 01;1 : MMMMMHIMMIIIIMI:888881: :

there forbidding builders to use more Lv Orlando A. C. L..1231 am ,3:13 pm I v Orlando. ........................ 3:13 pmr
Jacksonville, A. C. 1..... 6bam 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 1:30 pm .
than third of street at time .... .... .11111111111111
one a one y Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:3 am 8:25pm y Jacksonville, A. C. 1. .. 8:15pm
for the storing of their y Wayerosa A. C. L..ll:50am 10:25 pm V Waycro A. C. 1. .............10: 0 pm .
building ma- Macon, G. S. & F....... 6:13pm 4:15am r Macon, G. S. & F. .............. 3:46am
terial. Over here we let them take r r AUanta. C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 1:25am r Atlanta C. of Ga .............. 7:12am MAKE COOKING A PLEASURE WITH A GAS RANGEIf
r Knoxville. 1. & N. .............12:19pm
just as much of the street as they r Chattanooga. W. & A..12lSam 11:55 am Corbm, 1. &: N. ................ 3:16pm
Nashville, N C. & St. I.. 4:50 am 4:30 pm ........ ..
want and keep it just as long as they I r r Louisville 1. & N. eo. 9:00 pm you do your cooking with a gas range you
: r Indianapolis. a. 1. ............ 1:50
p'ease.liami Metropolis. :Ar St. Louis. L C."1.&N. 2:5Opm 7:20 am am can appreciate PLEASURE of cooking be-
Ar Lexington, 1. & N. ............ 6:50 pm r
I I Ar Hopkinnille 1. &: N........... 6:21pm Ar Cincinnati I. & N. ............. 8:50 pm cause you have no wood or ashes to carry and
25 years' experience in buying and Ar Evansville L &: N..... 9:28 am 9:2Spm r Kalamazoo. G. R. &; L ..........12:20pm nothing to dirty up the kitchen.All .
seeds. Our seeds ''iAr Terre Haute C. &; E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am r Grand Rapids G. R. & L ....... 2:45pm
selling are good. Ar Chicago. C. &; Eo L..... 6:50_ pm 6:50 am r Cleveland.-Big Four ............. 7:15 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

A FULL MOON Solid train composed of section drawing- Solid train, composed of electric lighted been going an hour. Then, too, you don't have to
Now is the time to buy your gar- cart room and lleepmg dining tan car,, observation between Juksonville eempartmellt and draWlDg-room Pullman sleeping car and coach- worry about getting the fire too hot or too low
den seed from DeLaney & Abernethy. Chicago, and section drawingroom Louis.sleeping es. between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and because the gas fire is always the same regard-
and St.
ar between Jacksonville Jacksonville Loaievilte ans
Indianapolis
3-13-tf : less of weather or other conditions.If .
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
: Solid train, carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN artment. observation sleepers and electric Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays you do not cook with gas it will pay you
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or Ighted lass coaches section and drawmg.room smoking car.aleepers.Dining Firstand car Thursdays of each week. Dining car to let us put a range in your home on thirty
"News" sightseeing automobilesfor ervtl meals a Ia carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati days' trial. .If it is not all we claim for it, your TJ

Lookout Mountain, Point Park, .. money will be refunded.
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION, WRITE OR CALL ON
Ridge and historical points. For res W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent GAS DEPARTMENTP"f
Atlantic Coast Line Orlando
enrations, address 910 Market atreet33Apr.23 .

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following committees for the

." )/' reception to be given by Olivette t ,
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Commandery Knights Templar the -

"r .' evening of Thursday, April 16, have 1=
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Invitations-T. Warlow, M. Gore,1
L. C. Massey, E. G. Duckworth, John ? h RI\l1t\Err\ ( aj-
1 C. Jones, J. S. McEwan. I ;=' -==
THESTATEBANKOFOMASDO Decorations-Charles Lord, J. P. L.

Steinmetz Pedris. Geo. H. McCulloch, Joe j j I rE oft v {;O'V.lt :}I ](O 'iUt{ ami ClL1IU( : 'rl f?

Refreshments Dovell and DeW.H. ==: .
Miller. J. Depend largely upon Low much you -=:;-
I L, I I.It 1' YTS I Music and Hall-0. S. Robinson,
I Chas. Tilden, J. W. Simmons, Jos. save and teach them to save =;
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Elwell. I
Reception-W. H. Reynolds, N. P. I ] low much Lave you and they saved

Yowell, Joe Dawson, H. L Beeman, 4
Fred Smith, M. 0. Overstreet, W. W.
LONG ESTABLISHED THIS[] :iVOiMTIVUS ( !
SAFE.CONsERvAnvE.ACCOMMODATING Yothers, Wm. Edwards, J. L Guern
sey. I
: Entertainment-W. R. O'Neal, J. N.
I Bradshaw, A. W. Bumby, J. A. Hunt-:
BUILDING YOUR CREDIT ington.

Dancing-V.. Estes, DeW. H.I Fl ;
merchant desires to estab-
Every progressive young Miller, C. D. Christ, S. Y. Way, B. C. ,'- -'=;

lish good credit. Abernethy, Sylvan McElroy, D. Z.I = _(IJJ.t; ;.l' H[ (V U> YOU .!J f a===== -_
An account with this strong, well known bank is a Beidler, T. H. Evans. = 1- =
Printing L I* Payne, Chas. P. I =
great aid to one's financial standing, and its service is Dow, T. H. Evans, J. P. Musselwhite. V/e Lave several plans, for teaching -

helpful. Checking accounts are invited. Automobiles-Carl Jansen, H. L. _
j Beeman, Chas. P. Dow, B. C. Aber- systematic saving :and will Le pleased

nethy, R. L Holland, Geo. Jump. to explain tlcnaU.. =
I The receiving line to be composed _
I THE STATE BANKOFORLANDOState of the past eminent commanders of = .= .

,.. I Olivette Commandery and their la-
dies. Those who have been past

County and City Depositary I I will grand be officers received will instead.be excepted and I 'lID k h ((BO '1 1'I'\( f 0 *Tlfll l l %! '?llk I .


j I OVERSTREET CRATE CO. OFFICE
OVER PEOPLE'S BANK "It is a pleasure to serve you"

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I The Citrus Room over the People's LI1
bank has been cleared for the occu-\
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'occupying rooms over the Orlando (
MRS. ROBINSON ENTERTAINSAT McKee, and Mesdames J. B. Lawton,
FIVE HUNDRED Walter Wescott, Abberger, Bartlett, Bank and Trust company. lug
W. G. Johnson, A. A. Carmack, Hop-
{ OF PRIZE BABY SHOWN
pin J. I. Thornton, E. J. Temple, PHOTO COUNTRY CLUB LUNCHEON BY Mrs. N. P. Yowell, Dr. and Mrs. SPECIAL EfAMINATION FOR
enter-
S. Robinson prettily BY HOWARD
Mrs. 0.
tained the Wednesday Card club yes- John Schnarr, W. E. Hudson and W. MR. AND MRS. GILESA Estes, Dr. and Mrs. Stagg, Mr. and TEACHERS
C. McLean. Mrs. Harry Beeman, Mr. and Mrs.
terday afternoon at her home on Lake The photograph of the Shaw baby,
The club will meet next Wednesdaywith I L H. Gedge, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. War-
street, three tables of members and Mrs. Schnarr. who took the first prize in the "BetI very delightful luncheon was Supt J. F. McKinnon has received'a
low, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford J. Fuller,
one of guests enjoying the closely I ter Babies" contest during the recent I given yesterday at the Country Club, letter from State Supt W. N.
Mrs. Edna Fuller, Mrs. J. M. Thayer,
contested games of "five hundred." fair, is being shown at the gallery of Mr. and Mrs. J .L Giles entertainingthe Sheats announcing a special examina-
Mr. and Mrs. B. Giles, Miss
f Mrs. Hoppin played for Mrs. Fer- The Montgomery Motion Picture Photographer C. E. Howard. Mr. board of governors and their' LeRoy tion for teachers to be held at, De-
ris'and made the high score. company will hereafter not be respon- ,Howard's photo is one of the prizes wives, and the members of the greens Diven, Miss Mabel Fuller, Mr. and Land May 27, for state special and
Mrs. H. C. Babcock, and Mr. and Mrs.
sible for debts contracted
Miss Richardson, of Clifton Forge, by Harry offered for the best baby. The pho-, and house committees. Mr. Giles, primary certificates. Any who wishto
Va., the house guest of Mrs. Robinson DeLaney, Jr., unless sanctioned. by tograph is a fine piece of work and i who is president of the club, discussed -: Allan Weathersbee. take this examination will COM-
and Miss Reynolds, and Mrs. the rest of the firm.MONTGOMERY. the subject is a fine baby, as the picture with his guests affairs'relating -' municate with Supt. McKinnon.
Henry Bartlett aided the hostess in MOTION exhibits. to the welfare of the organization NOTICE

serving a delicious salad course, with PICTURE COMPANY. and although of a business nature -I Take notice that I will not be responsible -t Take your repairing to Warman on
{ strawberries, cream and coffee. March 26, 1914. Sentinel want ads. get result.. the occasion was greatly en- for, any debts made by Mrs. CiJUrt street. 12-5-tf
t Those in attendance were Misses joyed. Those in attendance were: I I Jessie Partin. I
H. GILMORE PARTIN.
Richardson, Lawton, Reynolds and Try the Sentinel Job Department. Subscribe for the Sentinel. Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Drew, Mr. and I March 25, 1914. 3-26-lw! Ever Try our Classified Ads.jIMMMMIMIIIMIIMMMItMMMIiMMMMMIIIMMMliM .

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