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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 27, 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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Volume ID: VID00365
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINELTHE




PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe

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



t VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 27! 1914. NUMBER 39.

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DELAY SOUGHT IN FILIBUSTER 10 I SEWER WORK BERG PUSHED[ IND NEW TRAFFIC O ORDINANCE[ Will VILLAPREDICTSTORREON I f N I IS I TO fAll

DOWN D I TOWN SECTION S[ BECOME B[ [ EFFECTIVE[ [ ArRlll 1




REPEAL OF f I TOLLSEXEMPTION ACT A I Gangs and Are on Working Central on Avenueto Pine Street Policemen quirements Will Be of Drilled the New in the Re- NOT N LATER HAN NEXT SATURDAY I -


Orange RegulationsThe -
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LEADING MEMBERS OF ALL GOVERNMENT[ 10 ENTER[ [ sun From this time forward for sev new traffic ordinance which I NEGRO[ CONFESSES[ [ 10 MURDER[R DOESN'T THINK FEDERALSCAN

PARTIES OPPOSE PRESIDENTS AGAINST T 1 TOBACCO A O I TRUST U T eral weeks the down town section of was passed several weeks ago by the COMMITTED[ YEARS[ AGO O HOLD OUT LONGER

mal council will into effect April 1,: THAN
DEMAND the city will be torn up, and the go THAT

edictions of many will be visited upon and the police officers are being:

Companies ,of the Combine Have Not the heads of the innocent sewer drilled in the requirements of the : William Pegram Admits Commissionof

VOTE[ IS I EXPECTED[ [ [ BY SATURDAY Y Obeyed Decree of Supreme Court and workers the for malodorous the obstruction scents ,that the noise arise new instruct law the so' that public they correctly will be from able! the to Crime for Which AnotherIs REBEL[ [ BASE[ AT COMEL G [ PALACIO

Dissolution SerTing'Timl'
Ordering I from the use of the cement which is first day.

used to join the pipes. The ordinance has been given pub-
HOUSE WILL LISTEN TO A HUNDRED ARTILLERY DUEL IN
Washington March 26.-Special.( ) The sewer gangs made rapid progress licity in the newspapers, and in addi- Wilkesbarre, Pa., March 26.-Spe-( PROGRESS

SPEECHES ON SUB- -Attorney General McReynolds let yesterday, which brought the tion the council had five hundred cial.-The Scranton murder, which ABOUT BESIEGED FOR

JECT WHICH OFFERS it be known today that the depart- Central avenue ditch up to Orange copies of it printed in convenientform has been a mystery for the past TWENTY-FOUR HOURS;

FIGHT OF SESSION ment of justice would in a few days and left the .Pine street opening not for the use of the public. Ar- twelve years, was cleared today when REBELS ADVANCING

enter suit against the so-called tobacco n.any feet away. rests for violation of the ordinancewill William Pegram, 42, a negro arrested

trust composed of the American be made from the first day, andit here for attacking a number of little
Washington, March 26.-The Pan The calculations of City Engineer Juarez, March .-(Special.)-A
Tobacco company, the Lorillardcompany behooves the people to become acquainted girls, confessed that he criminally
ama tolls repeal bill was obstructedin Ramsey in holding the work on the message received by Manuel Chao,
the Reynolds company, and with its requirements.There assaulted Miss Mary Quinn White, at
the house today by motions, roll outskirts until after the winter visitors military governor of the state of Chihuahua -
Liggett & Meyers. are many changes as to the Scranton, June 2, 1902, and after
calls, demands for a quorum and all had departed are proved to have and signed by Villa himself,
Through evidence secured by the parking of cars, and it is necessary wards beat her to death.
the agencies of delay at the commandof been well timed. Just as the seasonis says that Gomez Palacio had been in
investigating sources of the department ; to read the ordinance carefully to The crime stirred Scranton, but thesla.er
its opponents.Just nearing its close the sewer gangs complete control of the constitution-
it is said these firms have not master its provisions.One down and the
was never run
as the rules committee had have begun to close in, and by the alists since early morning, but that'
complied with the decree of the supreme of the requirements is that murder remained a mystery, althoughthe
end of another month it is believed
agreed to parcel : base11 be maintained at El Verjel
arrangement
on an court, 'which dissolved them.It every vehicle of any description for authorities believed that William
out hours for debate between that the system will have been com until the completion of the railroadover
; twenty
is charged that they have been in which license is paid must carry Perry, a negro now serving time, was II
pleted. the five miles leading
e the contending factions and the first intervening -
; unlawful relation with the Metropolitan lights at night. Tiiis applies to draysas the murderer.
skirmish was about to start, the riv Considerable inconvenience to traf into Gomez Palacio.
Tobacco company, by grantingthis well as to hacks, automobiles and
ers and harbors bill-then the only company a five per cent. discounton fic will be occasioned for this period, other vehicles. The ordinance is The message says further that the

obstruction to the tolls repeal meas all its wholesale purchases, thus but it can't be helped. clearly drawn and it is better not to PROTEST I[ T FILED[ AGAINST 1 federals had attempted to leave Tor-
ure-was temporarily displaced and a other whole- reon fpr the south during the morning -
discriminating against attempt a summary of it. The best
new stumbling block, a conference report sale merchants.The but were driven back into the
way to learn of its requirements is to SETTLEMENT[ [ [ Of SUIT

on the urgent deficiency bill, Metropolitan company is namedas [ENGLISH H ARM UPON VERGE[ [ Of secure a copy and read it, and be city.A.

was inserted. A threatened filibuster the official of detachment of General Maclovio
distributing agent ready to observe it April 1. But this
on that prolonged the situation and the tobacco trust. It is understood DISINTEGRATION[ is no April Fool's joke. Donelson Caffrey of New OrleansRa"s Huerrera's division has been sent to

$ gave indications that the repeal bill the suit will be entered in the south- American Refining Company Majfeint on the Saltillo.

might possibly be forced over until district of New York in
ern a few The message closes with a state-

11 tomorrow. days. ,.-' ... I I Field Marshal Sir John French Sendsin JACKSONVILLE K HAS A BIG fUND FOR f Controls Sugar Market ment to the effect that the constitu-
Administration
supporters, chafingat Resignation and Other tionalists will have complete posses-

delay, disposed of their forces to Officers Will Resign REUNION[ IN SIGHT Washington, March 26.-Complaint sion of Torreon together with the en-

take advantage of every tactical op- FIRST T REIGNING[ MONACU H Will y against the alleged monopoly of the tire federal garrison not later than

V portunity; the opponents drew on all American Sugar Refining companyand Saturday.Villa .

their resources to hamper the meas- VISIT UNITED STATES i London, England., March 26.-Premier Has Collected Twent-three Thousand its effects on the Louisiana sugar does not believe that General
Asquith faced a new crisis todayby
outlined in letter ad-
industry were a
ure. '
Dollars and Will Need Velasco can withstand the fearful
the resignation of Field Marshal dressed to President Wilson and con-
President Wilson confident of the Queen Eleanore of Bulgaria Will Sir John French, chief of the impe- as Much MoreJacksonville Donelson of bombardment now going on from all
by Caffrey,
success of the fight, received reportsof gressmen sides than that
I .y ______ any longer
America the Latter
Come to rial staff and virtual head of the British New Orleans, who was presented to
the situation at the White House. ''
Part of May ... .. : 26.-To- Fighting for the past twentyfourhours
army. Fla., March President Wilson by Senator thorn-
assured him safe
Leaders a majority
has been an artillery duel], men
would the The field marshal, who was one of day Chairman Chase of the campaign ton.
carry repeal. of the rebel resting in the
The its debate ,Sofia, Bulgaria, March 26.-Queen the signatories of the memorandumto soliciting committee of the Confed- After outlining the status of pend- army
senate began own
meantime when not engaged in taking -
with a speech by Senator Owen. Sen- Eleanore of Bulgaria today announced Gen. Hubert Gough, giving guarantee erate Reunion organization said it ing suits under the Sherman law
closer to the city.
shs would leave for the United States looks if than $50,00011 be the American up positions
ator Lewis introduced a resolution for to the army officers that they as more against Sugar Refining
equal tolls for all. during the third week of May. Prob- would not be ordered, to fight Ulster raised to carry out the reunion plans{I company the letter presents conten-

ably she will proceed to Hamburg the of and festivities elaborate scale.Twentythree tions formulation of settle-
unionists, regarded repudiation on an against a
c the Democratic idea of only house.fifteen leaders abandoned hours debate tnd beard a steamer that sails for the document by the government asa I thousand dollars have ment in the suit "which will leave MASONRY N Y INTAKE MATTER[ Will

New York on May 21. slight on himself. For that reason! been paid in with $7,000 more pledged the American Sugar Refining company -
tolls
the
Panama
repeal on and agreed to twenty.exemption This Queen Eleanore will be the first he resigned. I| and fully $15,000 in sight. Today is in control of the New Orleans BE B[ BROUGHT B ur 1 TODAYWater

would bring a vote probably Satur- reigning queen to visit the United Other, leading army officers were i "button day" and the women are selling market" and says that as some

States. She intends to make a studyof expected to hand in their papers asa them on the streets at $1 each phases of the situation are not cog-

day.Such a provision in a special rule American institutions and peoplein direct outcome of the repudiationof I and meeting with great success. Ad- nizable in any court the attention of Company Will Probably Be

brought in soon after the house as- which she has always been greatly the guarantees given to army officers I'jutant General Forrest declares the congress should be brought to "this Required to Begin Construction

sembled at 11 a. m. today divides the interested. Her majesty was much in Ireland. The premier yesterday -I[ reunion will be one of the grandestin most obstinate, flagrant and cruel of : at Lake

time so as to give ten hours for those I touched during the recent Balkan declared these guarantees were the history of the South. all the trade conspiracies in the}
wars by the practical sympathy displayed -I I "
cabinet. Colonel United States.
the
not sanctiond by
supporting the repeal to be con The matter of a masonry intake for
trolled by Chairman Adamson of the for her suffering subjects by Seely, secretary for war, subsequently THREE CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEFOR "For twenty-three years," writes the city water supply at Lake Highland -

commerce committee; five hours for I Americans. She made many inquiries resigned but the premier refused -I COUNTY COMMISSIONERThe Mr. Caffrey, "the American Sugar will probably be brought up today -

the Democrats opposed; four hours among the Bulgarian soldiers, num- to accept his resignation. Refining company has monopolized at the meeting of city council.
bers of whom had been residents of I
for the Republicans, to be controlledby The result of a meeting of the principal Sentinel publishes today the I, the New Orleans market by a ruthless The Orlando water is un-
I company
United States and had answered
the
Representative Knowland of California I commanding generals of the announcements of three candidates extermination of all competition.!
the to
i I der contract with city con-
and one hour for the Progressives their country's call to arms. >'I ;British army was awaited with anxiety ''for county commissioner, from I It has utilized that monopoly to mechanically struct such an intake at the lake.

to be controlled by Representative It is stated semi-officially that! by the public and in political Messr A. C. Starbird, C. J. Sweet i depress the price of the The matter was taken up by the preceding -
King Ferdinand also will pay a visit circles today as it was thought they Ii IiI I Louisiana raw sugar sold there fully
Lafferty of Ohio. I and E. L. Brown. council with the water company -
t .J'There was a tacit understandingthat I to the United States, probably irk ,! might take some step which would Mr. Starbird resides at Apopka $2,000,000 annually." and plans were agreed upon,

1915. .. virtually disrupt the administration. candidate from District No..I Mr. Caffrey urged congress "to sat-
army is
the debate on adopting the special -, .I- [ and a I but the company requested a post-
-
rule would be more limited then I -- 1 I 2. He is one of the foremost citi-j isfy itself that- conditions he described ponement of the' work until spring.
MAY SEND SHips TO REUNION where the controversy and his existed; to satisfy itselfwhether
JWas first proposed and probably In north Ireland, zens of that section, of the water
Washing, March 26.-Secretary I the monopoly of the American The request company
between nationalists and union- of affairs that con-
in and knowledge
would be held to two hours or less. I having been granted, it is likely that
These arrangements cleared the of the Navy Daniels now has under ists has been the cause of so much I cern the county will commend him Sugar Refining company in Lou the council will now request the company -

of consideration the question of sending difficulty to the British government, most favorably to the electors as a I isiana is so complete as to impress
for the launching the actual with the work.
ways some of the big, fighting ships of the its business the character of a to proceed
there disturbances today. for the position. Mr. upon .
are ho fit man
fight Nearly 100 speeches have been star-I' _ ___ ___ *
prepared on both sides and the fight navy to Jacksonville as an attraction Brigadier General Gough declares bird seeks to fill the place which quasi-utility and whether that monop-

'promises to be the most spectacular during the Confederate reunion. Rep- that this will mean wholesale resignations be made vacant by the oly is so oppressive to the public in BUMPER LIME CROP FOR FLOR-

since the Democratic administrationcame resentative L'Engle called on him today -, and disruption of the army. i Commissioner Eldredge, that gentleman -' Louisiana as to necessitate some spe- IDA GROWERS

into and urged that he do so. L'Enjrffc The premier's speech won. back the,' having been appointed postmaster cial interposition by the governmentin
power.
asked that he should send a bAttleship -,, of the liberals but the conduct of the business of re- 26.-Tbe
President Wilson t conferred with I support not only at Apopka. ,Miami, Fla., March key
several congressmen beft% the house or cruiser or two, and not the of the Irish and labor members ofj I Mr. Sweet U filling an unexpired j; fining there, pending a final adjudication lime crop this year will net the owners

convened Representaftvs Covingtonof smaller craft. __. i I I parliament by the stand it took in term on the) board of commissioners I, in the government's dissolutionsuit anywhere from $150,000 to $200-

Maryland and &U of Georgia tunities of-the situaVrtm\ to spar for i repudiating the guarantee given to' which w-As occasioned by the creationof as provided under the laws of 000, according to W. N. HuH, the

'who are Wiping ft line up the adtnin'utration time the mutinous army .officers that they II Seminole county. He was appointed -,I many jurisdictions respecting the original producer in Florida of this
I II I' decide whether they would from Dis- : ouster or monopoly; to make the investigation contractedfor
forftjs, told him there, Aligned agaiMt the president's demand might by the governor fruit. Limes are being
I the Ulster unionists. '! : and has been a faithful I I of the interstate trade barrel where the
Xrtuld be majority of at least fifty for th> repeal are the three serve against trkt No. 4 ) now at $10 per
1 It Is now asserted that as soon as' end painstaking official, attending all commission with respect to the mo- find one who is will-
andfof buyers can any
of
fen the passage a speci.trule t leaders of 'rhe parties in the hoifte (
about Veventy-five or 100R 'the Representative Underwood of the the government formally withdrawsthe meetings of the board and giving:i I: nopolization of markets for the necessaries ing to sell at that figure. Last year
Colonel S*'E- attention toI of life more weighty than is and the
fcdoptfoK of the repeal. Democrats, Representative Mann ef guarantees given by thoughtful and capable between the 29th of August
for and FieU .Marshal He is well known and 1:1 proposed by giving to its findings of brought $17a
Representative FitigsraM, fcfte of the Republicans, and Representative ly, secretary war :., his duties. 17th of September, limes
John French the officerswill will probably have no fact the effect of prima facie proof; the sale of
the Democrats fighting the repeal,.Mtfrdock of the Progressive* Wings Sir popular, and I barrel. Mr. Hull recalls
amend the tentative bill
to Clayton
> the conference h t& behind again resign their commissions, opposition.The the first two barrels of limes ever
bf A ght up teport on all three parties are these I II
and as one of them said: !: same be said *bf Mr. number two so as to enact that it l Miami which was some
&e urgent deficiency billA conferF leaders.: On the other hand, Chair- may I sent from ,
!
'I shall be criminal not to enhance
ence report always is fft order under man Adamson of the house interstateand 'his time in earnest Brown, who is the member from Dis-I( only sixteen or seventeen years ago, the

the house rules, id 'that displaced the foreign commerce committee, There is also to be settled the ques- trict No.5. Mr. Brown's ability and the price of merchandise to consumers -I fruit bringing $1.95 per barrel Since

rivers and harb&fs W\ which still had Representative Henry* chairman of tion of what the arihy council will earnest thought for the welfare of I but to depress the" price of raw then the price has steadily increased :

do. the county are a matter of record as : material to producers.. and there seems to be no limit to the
the right of XfiLy 'over the Panama rules committee; Representative Stephens I ..
bill.) of Minnesota, and many other Brigadier Genefal Gough, com- ,I well as public knowledge. He num- demand. Few Florida limes are

To add to ti$ delay, the Inference representatives +of 'all l three 'patties mander of the third cavalry brigade, bers his friends throughout the coun- TAX COLLECTOR MARTIN IS shipped as far west as Texas or northof

report contains a provision for paying have commended the president's posi- said today: ty by his acquaintances, and all feel WORKING AT NIGHT the Carolinas, the supply not being -

for the -tare: of the :"Mexican refugees tion. It generally was 'believed that "If Premier ,Asquith withdraws the safe when public natters are entrusted equal to the demand of even the

F at Port Bliss. ''That question, Majority Leader Underwood, 'and other guarantees he will have to throw over to his care. So great has been the rush at the southeastern corner of the country as

much disputed, precipitated a long Democrats, while speaking againstthe the army council: and the governmentwill office of the tax collector during this yet. Last year 60,000 barrels of San
be faced with dis- WEATHER week that the collector and his assistants consumed in
debate. bill and voting 'ag ihst it, would particularly THE Domingo limes were
have been forced to work at
Meanwhile 'leaders' on both sidesmarkedtith' i not attempt to "organize any extended ruption oJ the army. I '; New York city alone, and the whole

''the Supporters of the opposition or resor't to obstructive I I Florida: Fair Friday and Satur-4 night to keep up with the entries of Florida crop will be but about 50,000

+ repeal Chafing ;at the delay! and the tactics to prevent:' the passage of the We have more of those bargain Cu- day, except local rains in northern: taxes paid during the day. The tax barrels this year.T1e .
ban alit tor shopping baggs. Curtis & books close next Tuesday.
oppadeiits losing none: of thje meastrr O'Neal'Book and Music store. portion.


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Garden and Field OLIVE OIL Special Sale on Rub "Checl
ber Goods
Seed We are among the latest deal.

ers in Pure Imported Olive Oil 2-Qt Fountain Syringe, regular BY-
Recently we have added to our price $2.50, now __$2.00 --
. in this section of the State. We -------
9_ Fountain Syringe, regular
-Qt.
stock a complete line of garden handle only the best. We have
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price $3.00, now --_______$2.49
seed. We, are offering Livingston it in 1-2 pints to 5-gallon cans. Hot Water Bottles, regular .. : Henry VV. Blossom
nil Globe Tothato seed for $2.25 We guarantee this oil or your price $1.50, now -----___$1.14 fR' .c w rf ,
Hot Water Bottles, regular s
back.
per lb. Send us your mail orders. money 1-2 pints ___________________ 23c. price $2.50, now -----____$..10 gj : 5 REELS

Pints ______________________ 50c. TOILET PAPER
SPECIAL OX VIOLET Quarts $1.00 :
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Id or f (big 5c) value) 5 rolls
UIOXIA'a SCENES
BIG
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25c' Size, now _____________ 15c.I SOAPS Scott's Tissue (lOc), three
Fels Naptha; 6 bars for ____28c. rolls for --------------- 23c.
--------I Ivory, 6 bars for ________::__28c.I)almett (lOc.), 3 rolls for __23c. U Staged under personal
Life Bouy, 6 bars for _______27c.A.. P. I3. (_Jc.1 rolls for x J fj c direction of AUGUSTUS
I _________28c.Fixture( ) $1.00 Jx
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NOTICE! NOTICE! SLAUGHTER Ivory, 6 bars for --------------- THOMAS
Fairy, 6. bars for _,_________2Sc 4
MISCELAXEOUSIn I Palm Olive Soap, cake ______lOc. WINTER CLOTHES
beMoth Bails, pound ___Sc. .
Pure imported Castile Soap --------
this column we are listing a i I' ---"n""T'. ,1'I Lavendar Comp, box ________lOc. SPECIAL MUSIC
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ing sold at 21e per ne po un
f Cedar Mothali, box lOc.I .
have !
of articles we -------
large variety I jof this soap makes about 3 10c.j--H--j -
decided to slaughter the price. This i cakes. You can't afford to miss BIG SALE OX PERFUMES (In i ..
i Mill last for ten days only. j this sale I I Bottles ::5... Matinee 3:30 to 5:30 .
I
Whisk Brooms, 1)1 ue ----16 c. :' Old-fashioned mottled Castile} I i I I. After the holidays, we find weIb .

Tooth Brushes, 2oc value ____19c. _______________________12c.i have qUite a few very .popularj \4fr 'S., Evening 7:00 to 10:00
Tooth Brushes, 35c value ___.27c.+ j odors left on hand, such as Vio- : '.
I ilet I Extract, Lily of the Valley,
Tooth Brushes, 50c value .1 c.I MISCELLANEOUS
----'I. I Caronaton.; We have decided to

Scrub Brushes _______________ac.1 I Denison's Perfume Sealing' reduce the prices as follows: .. , Children lOc; Adults 20c
Nail Brushes, 25c value ____21c. I 23c.l i All 25c. bottles Extracts -- __21c. .y w.: a : 4Lti' :
All 50c bottles Extracts ____
FormaldVhyd7"anr"Sulphu"r" 42c.
Highland Plaid; 25c value i j ______________ 25c.I I All $1.00 bottles Extracts ____84c. .. . . imiiiiiiiMiiiimitmnncnntitiinMimnim 111111111..
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Wash Rags -----------------
' Fieldshire Linen, 25c value, Wash Rags ________________ 5e.1'D.. C. COLD CAPSULES
box ______________________21c. Scott's Tissue Towels _____ change of weather is the
Lady's high grade Linen ,25c Pine Tar, 2-lb can ________ lOc- cause of many disagreeable colds. For Economy and purchase -
'.".. Pine Tar, 1-lb can _,.______ 5c. One 23c box of these capsules us-
value box
----:------------- ually gives relief 23c. Box. Guar- W RIG H T power of your money
Paradise Lawn, 25c value ___21c. anteed. lit SBBD co
Initial Box Paper, high grade 7590This REALTY "Tr Wright's11 Farm
SPECIAL HAIR BRUSH SALE REAL ESTATE Y
Linen, 50c value ______----39c. is a subscription for neuralgia I Attention Ladies FOR
Soap Boxes, 25c value ___*____21c. and nervous headaches, esTo make room for new stock we Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds in

Colgate's Violet Talcum ____13c. pecjaljy recommended in cases of! have decided to, reduce the price Orlando Florida bulk. "Motto"
Colgate's Cashmere B. Talheadaches from over eating or ner on all bristle hair brushes twenty Quantity
loc Contains per cent. All goods are marked. inplain
cum no opiates orhabitforming
---------------------- vousness. and
figures and this Quality.Fresh .
__________ IS a big
Mennen's Talcum 13c. drugs. If not relieved < This sale is for 10 days
Violet Borated Talcum Ibs ____21c. your money back. Price 25c only.ng. Eggs 2/c doz. Best Creamery Butter 39clb.

I Sweet Milk 13C qt. Ice sac 100 lbs., Limes I5C doz.

Sweet Milk 07C pint Fresh Butter Milk IOC qt.
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DeLANEY &
ABERNETHYNext Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits.ft'That Present" delivered by Express,

Door 10c Store \ ORLANDO, FLORIDA (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.


.. 340 Acres Good Land


BAD LANGUAGE EMPLOYED BY, WIDOW OF YEGGMAN DIGS FOR The Sheridan block of our four 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,

MOTION PICTURE ACTORS !! BURIED COIN store rooms, both two stories high,

I are about completed. The EveningSun best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale*

Deaf mutes of Detroit, Mich., have I Savannah, Ga., March 25.-The building of two stories is up to

registered complaint against the lan widow of Charles Prater, a yeggman the second floor. This will be one

guage used by the actors who appearin killed at Wildwood, Fla., several of the handsomest blocks in the city

motion pictures, as told in the following -I weeks ago, and who as Mrs. C. C. with twenty-four feet on Cleveland 1t'III''I"'I'::" ';' " " :' ' :::; ::::::;:: :4::MMtMMiMltHiClliiMiCONDENSED <:::::

4 story: j I Craven, lived in Savannah, appeared. street and 117 feet on Osceola street,

Lester Potter, Detroit's police censor rather mysteriously in the city yes-' of tapestry, brick, with raked black REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF

has learned something about reel I terday with three men. When her joints.-Clearwater Note in Tampa a
realism in the "movies. It is based discovered three weeks Tribune.

on the fact that- 1|i I' ago identity after was she had lived with a well
BANK a TRUST COMPANY
ORLANDO O
When the heroine throws her lovely -,;i known family 'here for some time NOTICE

self into "his" arms, and turns her,I Mrs. Prater told the police her husband ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD -

tear-stained face upward for the inevitable -:I had buried a lot of money near COMPANY, AUCTION
osculation, the impressionable -i, SALE OF UNCLAIMED AND RE- Orlando Florida.At
Savannah. She gave the sum as FUSED FREIGHT. .
; woman in row M may be mistaken, $10,000.It Orlando, Fla, March 25th, 1914
in her diagnosis of the words of endearment -! could not be found and it was By direction of the Freight Claim the Close of business March 4th, 1914, as called for by the

conveyed by moving lips.' thought she was faking. Today the Agent, notice is hereby given that Comptroller of the State
the following listed freight will be
Said heroine is likely to be remark-i
found her the she
police near spot sold, at public auction for freightand RESOURCESLoans

ing for her hero's sole benefit: "Get:' had pointed out before, busily dig- other charges, at the A. C. 1.1 and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $392,700.86''
off my foot, Jumbo. This ain't an'! freight warehouse in Orlando, .,
elephant show." Also- s I I King up the earth with a trowel. She on Tuesday, April 28, 1914. Sale will I Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,130.41
I I has again been taken in custody. Her commence at 10 o'clock, a. m. Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
When the stalwart hero bends his,
E '!i companions have not been located. Goods sold without guarantee of Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 26,437.37Cash
bronzed visage close to hers and talks ''I Prater operated out of Atlanta and quality Cash., quantity or value. Terms: on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 335,709.30
to of "ten
an accompaniment twent,I Savannah and much of the loot heI Spot
thirt" music he may be voicing some!i I J. A. Huske, Route Agent.
I gathered was found on a fellow yegg- A. C. L. Ry., Fayetteville, N.C.S. $781,996.27 ,
such romantic sentiment as this: ::man arrested in the former city. A. L. 30120; S. A. L. 32061; S. A. LIABILITIES
i "For the love of Pete, Maybelle,1 L. 32023 S. A. L 33359 S. A. L f
bounce that brand of powder. You I I' i 30221; S.;A. L. 31671; S. ;A. L. 31662; Capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
and me has got to quit if keep 25 years' experience in buying and S. A. L. 32178; S. A. L. 30094; S. A. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 30,854.36
makin' like you a''I'|selling seeds. Our seeds are good.' L 33347; S. A. L. 35951. Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,657.00
. up a 'perfumery shop".a McElroy Pharmacy. 3-19-3t Consigned to o-n Hamilton Johnson,

AndWhen Orlando, Fla 3275t.tMitMIIIIMiliillMMIMMimillliiMMIMMIMIM. Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 649,48191
the heavy man, who may be
I
the stage director, retreats, baffled,\!I .

to the wings, his farewell speech maybe j j: $781,996.27

by way of arranging a dinner party :I Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38

with the leading lady. Or he maybe :j: GroveLand Deposits on Feb 4, 1914 . . . . . . . . . . 619,484.91

denouncing in emphatic or even I'''
profane terms, her delineation of a1!'
scene which has flooded the house} : Increase in 60 days 128317.53

with tears. 1 : The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and ,Trust
Jt all came about through visit, This Season's Best
a Bargain
: t Company desire to call the attention of- its depositors and
paid by two deaf mutes to the policecensor's
I friends, and the citizens of Orlando Jo the above statementand
office. Aided by pad and to express their appreciation of their patronage, that
i
pencil they entered an emphatic complaint -' .
S. made such
a statement possible.M. .
against certain pictures seen
in Detroit "movie" theaters. The 1' M. SMITH, PresidentW.

films were naughty, they declared,immoral -: M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier

4 Acting in fact.on the strength of the protest -i\I, 55 road.acres In fronting sight of on and OrlandoSanfordhard three minutes :;: ; ::: :::: : :II:111'llll:::: !: ::::::::::::

Mr. Potter visited the house in I II
R. R. station Postoffice and II
walk from ---
question. He watched the show, en- Ever Try Our Classified Ads? NOTICE
joyed it, but could see nothing immoral I, good hotel accommodations. : WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES worth
or objectionable in the pic : AND DO ALL KINDS OF They have proven their valuable many to Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
times and will be just as
Orlando,Florida,will on January 1,
tures. Puzzled, he again sought his Price $15 Per AcreIt OpTICAL REPAIRINGDR. you if put to the test. Let them be 1915, pay off with interest to that
informants, and found that he had your agent in: date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19
not been mistaken in the name of the must be sold immediately. Renting a house, selling property or and 20, of the City of Orlando seven
anything on the market, finding lost er cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
theater.
articles, securing help or positonsin ccording U the provisions made for
The solution was simple. Movie a thousand ways they can be used
in said bonds.
edemption
words are not only reel words but profitably. Dated February 11, 1914.

real meant words to for a the lip reader.camera had Speechesnot been Or1auo Re M E Estate t Co.Phone L H. RAMSDELL- Painter and W. T.interior ENTRICAN decorator., New -12-lm CARL JANSEN- City CUiL

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taken at their face value by the deaf ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. W. T. ENTRICAN.
The is still OPTOMETRIST Expert workmen employed.
mutes. police censor pon-
Offers to Orlando the newest and best
dering over the compldaft X 504 Watkins Block (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likioa) of worknanship in the painting and
y
Nows the time to subscribe. Every- decorating trade. Phone 636.

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PLEASANT TRIP TO CONWAYOn SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI More help wanted? Room to let I

ST/flE/ NEWS Thursday evening a party from am now organizing an excursion or wanted? Advertise in the SentineL -

Castle had the pleasure of at- party to New York and Albany, via Be to read the ads. in
Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, sure Louisville ) Nashville R. R.
an entertainment given at April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 today's Sentinel. They bring results.

(From the Gainesville under the auspices of the from Orlando to Albany, which includes OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO

At least forty-three acres C. T. U.' A bursted tire on Bro. baggage transfer in Jackson- Try the Sentinel Job Department.
ville and New York. Special reduction CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
'
motor-boat caused late -- ---- -
berries will bep lanted by a very
to those starting at Jacksonville
INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,
Fore Meade the coming ; the program being about fin- or stopping at New York. For good
except for a decidedly interest- berth and rooms make reservationsnow Dr. BucKmaster GRAND RAPIDS PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.

talk gven by Lewis Jones, but of C. P. Smith, Hand building,
The citizens of Seabreeze corner Orange avenue and Church SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED I MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.

tona Beach met few people of Conway were equal to street, before March 21. 3-5-tf Osteopathic Physician Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm
a Ar. Knoxville ............ :00 n'n
occasion and repeated one of the .12 Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 am
organized a board of Ar. Lexington .............. 6:49 pm I Ar. Birmingham 12:10 n'n
series of recitals the visitors Don't let your winter home run 132 Orange Avenue Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ...:::: ::::::: 7:40 pm
Prizes down in the I will Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am Ar. Evansville .....?........ 1:35
enjoyed. summer. am
ever were guaran-: ,
Next door Bank Ar. Detroit ................. 7:45 am A; St Louis .............. 7:40
tee to it in to People's am
keep tip-top shape
The Si. Petersburg and after so Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 :
songs sang, a so pm Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38 am
you will find it as you left it when Acute and chronic Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
says a $15,000 hotel'in half hour the party returned you return. Make it a point to writeor up-stairs. Ar. Indianapolis ............ 7:00 am DIXIE FLYER
now assured. the charming and orange-scent- see me at once.WERNER. diseases treatedTelephone Ar. Chicago ............... 7:10 am

leading to the lake. Those F. NEHRLING. DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
roadway 3-19-6t 578.tl.IIIIIIO..I..rldl. The fastest train to the West Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
Plans for the erection the party included Mr. and Mrs. Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am I Ar. Chattanooga ...........12:00 n'n
Ar. St. Louis .............. 2:50 pn i Ar. Evansville ............... 9:43 pm
story apartment house in Mr. and iMrs. Shackleton, I Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm I Ar. Chicago. ................ 6:50 am
being prepared. This Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. fl'I"'ICIII llillllllll" .. .. -

be built of reinforced Mr. Herman and Misses Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L. & N. Diners. No Better
A Genuine Bargain i iill Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast. No Dust or
estimated cost being $ Wilkins, Harries and Mot- Dirt
Supreme Auto ml SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train, with dining cars,
1 Real EstateGood coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleve-
Along: with other sections Pine land and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Di-
The water mains in rect connections to Toledo, Detroit PitUbarg Buffalo.
has the largest bloom
to be extended to North orange eight-room house, ; DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
seen. The groves are looking with with coaches, dining can, drawing room compartment and observation sleeper
north part of that town, a well, and the whole land connected kitchen The oil that has through to St Louis on Dixie Limited, over 5 hours fastest and only one
of about half a mile. This twenty acres first class landal night outMONTGOMERY
filled with the hyacinthine fra- stood the supreme ROUTE has sleepers through to St. Louis daily, and con-
fire protection to the cleared, 315 bearing necting sleepers to Chicago.
of the flowers. .
waxen Orange Trees in first class,
section. In spite of the unseasonable weath- test For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.
condition, fine bloom. Land C. Florida L. & N.
are all bedded and Bretney, Passenger Agent, Railway,
potatoes
Word comes that good many can easily be subdividedinto 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
showing sprouts will, bring ':=i THAT : ._. 226eod2m"J'
five-acre tracts is
have been -
street signs : on
tically all over Leesburg, prices this season. road to Conway, 21.2 ;

names of the streets. This Mr. William Wigman has opened miles from Court House, I ;
a market in the Sweet building, -
needed improvement. road on two sides, main Good Gulf Goline il'ltO""I'I.el""II" tOta..
fresh meats, candies, re- road will be bricked this !
etc. He has established
Albert Chalker, of year. Has rural delivery, i
has been atetrlding school routes and reports very fair and shool wagon. Sold to

bin, Lake City, left there a close and estate. CHEAPfor ORLANDO O. W A ASllINGTON 1

ago for Columbia, S. C., to cash, or very reasonable
SOXG OF THE TOURIST terms will' be
made.
Souht Atlantic league.It : ; P. G. WALTON, Agt.

northern winds are sweeping LORD & BRADSHAW
DRAWING ROOM
is rumored that a Across our mountains tall,

tory will be located in snowflakes, light drape all things Exclusive Agents r: PHONES 450-269
white,
,A new sawmill is among To me you softly call, "I'lell'IIOt i I I SLEEPING CARVIA

in prospect for DeFuniak Florida, fair Florida, 1 ... . . ..

Work is progressing And bid me haste away I
NOTICE
the edensioo..of the sewer By swiftest grove and train lake your and grace bay.to gain: books for TO TAXPAYERSTax the payment of il To THE WEST

Bartow. State and County taxes close
the last

Florida, fair Florida, day of March, after which all proper-I YIASMINOU ATLANTIC L COAST T LINE f
The St. Louis Browns How mild your winters seem, ty on which the taxes have not been
mornings bright with rosy light, paid will be advertised. Come now
tersburg Sunday night for MinD
The evenings like a dream, if you would avoid the rush at the [
with a feeling or regret moonshine on the iakelet, last and save cost of advertising.W. .

They enjoyed a And moonshine on the sans, E. MARTIN 'Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13: pm OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
reason and probably set a Florida, fair Florida, 3-10-10t. Tax Collector .Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
You are my chosen land. ,Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. L. 9:00 pm

ord single by day being during able. to their play happy months swift passing Buy& your garden seed from DeLa- Lv Lv Tipton Waycross, Ga., Ga., A., A.C. C.L.11:10 L____ 1:15 pm am
Abernethy. Just
Sunshine City. Amid your fragrant flowers, big ney shipment of fresh seed.received 3-13-tf a Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am Tueflays[ J nl ll [ Saturdays[ J JFOR
bird songs sweet the joys com- ,Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am
plete Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
Wilson W. Byles, the ) That fill the fleeting hours, Olive oil and spices. We have the Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga. 7:30 amr

of Ocala who was driving Spring has canquished Winter best. 25 years in the business. Try. Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON
mobile whoch killed litt And bids me still be true us. McElroy Pharmacy. 3-14-31 :Ar Birmingham,Ala. C. of G.12:05 pm
Mozo, of Jacksonville, a Northern land, rugged and grand, Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
Then Florida, adieu. _______
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C 9:35 pm
ago, was charged with -Ruth Raymond, Orlando....Fla. UIHIMItllllllliliiliUShoe Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
and held under a $2,000 > i ,Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am ORLANDO, FLA. .

liminary hearing, The mere fact that you forget to Repairingby ; ; Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
quest in Jacksonville a few your watch at night doesn't I
the from Ar Centralia, Ill:. I. C_____ 1:38 am G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
night passing.
PARCEL POST i Ar Matoon, lIt, I. C.----__ 3:30 am
Reliable estimates place 1'A i Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am .. . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . ., .

ty of citrus fruit in Florida Buy your garden seed from DeLa- Ar Kankakee. 111., I. C._____ 6:20 am
not yet moved, at $ & Abernethy. Just received a Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am 'ft , ' '. " " " '

The Exchange holds most : shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf Ladies' Half Soles, 60cto75cJ :
Solid Through Trains-Composed of .i
expects to get good prices Children's Half Soles, SOc< to 75c '
WOOD. COAL AND ICE observation, compartment, drawingroom :
Hand Turned Soles, $I.oo
for the
aggregate crop Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's section, sleeping cars, arid fee : .,
Heels
,
Repaired
2SC
will reach
6,500,000 Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf reclining chair cars, between Jackson-I I
Springs Herald.Preparations. All work returned in 24 hours. ville and Chicago, and Jacksonville :
__.. Orders without remittance re- ORLANDO
and St Louis. All meals in dining :
are about B. & L. NOTICE turned C. 0. D. We pay
return postage.
in Miami i for the During the absence from the city car.For I nets and Pullman car reservations : 4

state convention of the the Secretary, Douglas R. Ellerbe, all on

held in that city on the until relative further to the notice Orlando, all informa-Mutual A. Hanson W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Water & Light Co. \
8th of A
April. big stag and Loan Asociation may be 19 East Pine Street or
D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,
w grand parade and a ball of Mr. Donald A. Cheny, at ORLANDO FLORIDAiMMIMMIHIICiilMIIIM 1
the social features that will "Orlando Water & Light Co.'s of- i I Atlantic Coast Line,

for the visiting Elks. I I Orlando.

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POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR Electricity
Franchises have been MIMMMMIMMMMIIIHIMMMimilMIIIIIMWEaster

West Palm Beach for REPRESENTATIVE
.
railroad and .
a gas plant.
I hereby announce my candidacy for Rep. MillineryLatest
ical Sun says': "The from Orange county subject to
Gas Water"Ice
action of the Democratic primary to be
pect soon to see work June, 2nd.

these enterprises, and we J.. H. REESE.

ably be riding in street FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER -IN-
I am a candidate for the office of Coun-
cooking with gas before Commissioner of Orange county from Office:---No. 18 West Central Ave.
come again." 2. If elected I promise to serve the
to the best of my ability, having re StylesAT
here a number of years I am quali-
to know the needs of the section and
C. G. Burgoyne, of New people.

who has spent several Respectfully,
A. C. STARBIRD I No. 6
Telephone
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Daytona and is now in Fla. .

has sent word to the
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
of B. P. 0. E. that he has I hereby announce myself as a candidate i

a wonderfully natural County Four Commissioner, subject to,the Orange action County of the, I KISSES HAIILOT & DUNN

in bronze which he is primary, June 2nd, 1914. I will
appreciate your support I
sent to the Daytona lodge Yours truly

be erected in the parkage Castle Fla. C. J. SWEET. Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's : IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHi ItllHIIIIIIU

the beautiful Elks' home in
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Patterns
winter resort.
ty I announce myself as a candidate for re- .
.
i to the office of County Commission fMIHiillMMMIIMIMMIIMMIiittllitHIIIIMMM - - - ----
; Orange County, District Five, subject r "
The actual constn the decision of the Democratic primary,
: ,
2nd 1914.

started tersburg Southland throwing Saturday seminary up;wren sand pll Christmas, Fla. Respectfully E. I., BROWN Stationery t is not StationaryOurs Hammond Gore


be used in the concrete FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI
I hereby announce myself as a candidate is constantly on the move becausewe FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
first building of the group re-election to the office of Supervisor of
eventually be constructed. for Orange County, subject to have what the public desires and at reas-
Democratic be
primary to held June 2nd -
the first building, which onable prices.Our REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR .
Spanish building, will be stock is so varied that we can fur- ;
fast as possible in order SHERIFFI COMAARE
hereby announce myself as a candidate in size tint
most want
nish anything
you ,
school may open there Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the

the regular time.Jacksonville primary of June FRANK 2nd GORDON.1914. finish, or weight. Just now we are selling a OUR FURNITURE

FOR COUNTY TREASURERI great many boxes of Initial CorrespondenceCards. aWe '\
now has a hereby announce myself a candidate for provide the quality furniture that has long
American Red of Orange County, subject to the Unless your name begins with X,
the Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

branch of the national _J. H. TUCKER. I we probably have your initial. The cards are standard of merit. If an article i is here it is good.It 1

ganized last evening at FOR TAX ASSESSORI finecloth finish, with a gold initial. Come wouldn't be here,were it otherwise. We can't make

of Trade rooms by hereby of Tax announce Assessor of my Orange candidacy County for, sub the this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

son, director of the ject to the action of the Democraite primary and see them. They are only 50c a box. We of this business, and that means much to any buyer. 1
called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and ,
division of the : elected I .pledge you my faithful service. also have the initial paper to match the
ARTHUR BUTT.
several yearsMr. J cards. MeN LL & DAVIS BLOCK
in the city visiting FOR TAX COLLECTOR ,
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
ed in the work. The : re-election to the office of Tax Collector W. S. BRANCH Cor. Oralie Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Ha.
formation of a large i of Orange County, subject to the Democratic j
I primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If re- L J
Cross workers last elected I pledge to you my faithful service -
I have endeavored to give in the past The Arcade look aid Mask Store ---i----- 4.

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SIDELIGHTSBy the newspaper office. As to the price, Branch's version of the story befor
j THE DAILY I do not know what the other mer printing the article in question, but ler Supper Sale
W. S. Branch
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South Florida Sentine chants paid, but I do know that I paid obtained: the facts from the count;; ti. '
Code Hill's hair and whiskers are The fact that Mi.
less than half of the five dollars tha superintendent.
MORNING AND WEEKLY not quite as long as they were when much for his
did not as
you say was buncoed out of the ad Branch pay Another Departure at
; JOSiAH FERRIS.. Editor and Own he had them taken off in honor of: vertisers. I still believe the card; space on the card as others did is

Entered at-the--poetoffice-at Orlando. Fbi. President Wilson's election, but they; are a good thing for the teachers to only additional proof of the worth } ---THE-

Ida. u Second Class Mail Matter. are already quite patriarchal in ap use and that they will use them if lessness of such advertising. Wi
pearance and if he allows them to they are not allowed to remain in calculate that some $25 or $30 wa:
TO ADVERTISERS: until have an r-t b [SSW[ STORE[
we
grow uninterrupted the "ash barrel." contributed by the merchants for i apiece

Copy for display and all other hand-s other Republican president, he wil Of course, if the county superin of printing that any print shop
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dvertiiinr must be handed in at the buuneiffice be able to qualify as an attraction in in town would have done for $5. Tin
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. n tendent has any good reason for not
..4 the to chancel day before for publication.contract advertising This rule;applies it i il the side show of* a* circus.* using them, that is his business and .,Sentinel agrees with Mr. Branch that We are going to stimulate Saturday night shopping in this ,
should furnish sucl
; invariable and .ill be strictly adhered to. not mine. I wish to say also, thatI the county
Director Holmes of the bureau of have sold several hundred report blanks, and the Sentinel would mud city as it was never stimulated before. Beginning this week we
mines laments the fact that radium furnish them free of cost
SUfesCRlPTIOX RATES I blanks to the teachers in the country prefer to will hold an "After Supper Sale" every Saturday night from 7
does
Daily. 1 Year ..........................$5.00 is now not available. But anyone schools who told "me that none were than to have the merchants held uj
Daily 6 Months ....................... %.50 definitely know of anything that such till 10
Daily S Months ............,.....-... 1.25 provided for them, but they believed in: any manner. p. m. p. m-
Daily, 1 Month ....................... .50' it is good for?-Times-Union. them essential in good school work,,,
It is mighty good to exchange for ind that they would pay for them GOOD BILL AT LUCERNE The biggest bargains you ever heard of will be

Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 1.00 gold on about a million to one basis,, personally if necessary. So far as the trade attracting features of these After
\Veelly. 6 Months ..................... .7s reckoned by the net weight of each. The Lucerne theater gave a magnificent -
aIn the principle your editorial seeks to Supper Sales .
emphasize is concerned, I am in production last evening to a
it is no worse for Jesse s
reality the sixreelAfrican
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued but facts should large audience when have
hearty accord, only We asked our leading manufacturers and wholesalerso
should notify the office in writing on Burtz to die than it would be for feature "Between Savage and
the date of expiration otherwise it will h be stated in an effort to inculcate
continued at the regular subscription rates, Lambright or Triplett or Holly or he lesson. I have twice proposed to Ti erff was portrayed with all the : co-operate with us by giving our friends some special "plums"
until notice to stop is received. Rube Allyn, or any other newspaper which abounds in that coun-
he Board (Trade to have a commit- cenery to. make the After items
Supper and
nan or printer to pass away; but tee appointed to censor all advertisng ry. There were viewed the slaying prices that can't be matchedn

FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914. the fact that i Ir. Burtz had for so schemes for its members, as of wild animals-actual killing and this or any other city for real value.

nany years used the slogan "I never I J facksonville and other towns and ripping the brutes of their hides-

They couldn't lose the Colonel even leep" in his advertising, gives an ities are now doing. But so far the and there was clever work and fine After Supper Specials cannot be purchased until after 7 p. m.

in the rapids of a Brazilian river. added tinge of sadness to the fact I has only talked about it. marksmanship displayed. m'
hat he has now indeed gone to his I iqard Saturday night. Lots are limited, so be on hand at 7 p.
o conclusion I the hope
In express
The British "secretary for war" long sleep. I' will Louis Livingston, sexton at St.
* hat the county superintendent
sounds much more warlike than our ohn's cemetery in Pensacola,dropped
I is born five 'the teachers an opportunity to
friend Schumaker a
Our in his
while engaged
"secretary of war. ead Saturday SILK SPECIAL
the cards. This may be WASH GOODS SPECIAL
ptimist. Read his letter and learn use report t
r o lone without imposing any obligaion outine work.A $1.00 and $1.25 values 25c and 35c value -
lessons
Dr. Mary Walker, who wears pants,, its : .
letter Glad you and I am sure many of them for . . . . . . . (jjC1
"Your came.
t declares that she will dance every JUVENILE PARTY for . . . . . . . . )16c ,
Next
time she gets a chance. ought a pair of horses. Hilda is rill go into immediate use. The Ladies'Aid Society of the M.E. 500 yards. Tub Silks-all pure .'
o ick. She has diphtheria, and she )ear the county might provide them hurch invite you to their birthday Silk; 32 inches wide in Dainty All of this season's offerings
I think. Clara died this eve. and save the merchants the expense. arty on Thursday, March 26th, from
will die, HeFancy Voiles Rice Cloths
The second issfie of Fred DeBerry's three to six o'clock, at the residencef Stripe; effects of Gray, ,
paper is out. Fred seems to be on She! had it too. We are quarantined Very respectfully, Mrs. J. P. Musselwhite, on East lio, Royal, Navy, Copen, Pink I Embroidered Crepes, Fancy
a hunt for Cock Robin with his little 'ive of Fisher's family have got it. W. S. BRANCH. Lake Eola. A silver offering. All iky, Old Rose, Brown, Tan and j Striped and checked Crepe
My wife is sick. She hain't got it.If Sentinel did not get Mr. ordially invited. 3-19-6t
bow and Arrow.A The ihite-all on white .grounds- cloths, Grass Lawns, French
f o this thing gets worse we may have Splendid to wear. Will not cut.] Fancy Batiste's. Fancy Crepons,

dispatch says that R. L Eaton to get a doctor. Them trees is mid- 1 Saturday night . . . . 69c.1! etc. Saturday Night .16 1-2c
has withdrawn from the race for railroad ding good. Everything is 0. K. M
commissioner. Whenever did "A. H. Schumaker." Loan I
Cash to on
Bob get in the race? I
BRANCH REPLIES'TO SENTINEL ;fEW SHIRT WAISTS
a o SHADOW CAMASOLE

Just as the tourist season is clos- We have heard that open confes- Property for . . . . . . . . 89 C. LACES for . . . . Ik
ing the Miami Metropolis has an editorial sion is good for the soul. We believeit City Consisting of some of the

on "Treat the Tourist Kindly." is. At any rate it is easy to love ewest and most popular styles In some of the most charming u

Those Miami folks are considerate the fellow who stands right up in in i demand for the present
people. to tell on himself instead of and. dainty designs ever pro-
meeting
In fabrics of Voile
1 and sold Jason. ,
.r- 1 his neighbor. And the better case f f Real Estate bought Crepe' Cloth and Crepon trimduced by a lace weaver. French
That Wisconsin veteran who has himself, the : '
out against
he makes
med Val lace and
ruffling
emSwiss and English manufacture
: come to Florida to return a medal be easier it is to love him. We are impelled : for cash or on commission.Dr. roidered edging, featuring the : .
longing to a Southern woman which to these philosophical reflec- new Gladstone Medici and By-At| this prIce l allies shouldm

came into his possession during the tions by i. communication from our : collars. $1.00 and $1.25 valstock: up well. Exceptional val-
war has been rather reasonably deliberate good friend, Mr. W. S. Branch. :
ue. Saturday night . . !
'89d at 35c. Saturday Night 19C
S in reaching his decision. Says Mr. Branch: I TAYLOR ue
1 i 0- !. Editor Sentinel-Your very clever A.. J.

r Judge Avery of Pensacola an editorial in this morning's paper
Rock Building, Up-stairs.
Bounces for supreme court "judge.1 about business men who were "bun-

The judge's designation of the, posi coed" by a fake advertising solicitor, II. . . . . . . ----- MEN'S FURNISHINGS
tion will shock the esthetic sense of: does not menton my name, but points - - -- -- -
TAN'HOSE-PURE TAN BLUCHER OXFORDS
SILK
the supreme court justices. It's "jus me out so plainly that I ask the priv-
line at 50c. Satur- Medium Toe Blind Eyelets.
tice," judge, and not "judge." ilege of a reply. The editorial as R. L. FOX Our leading ,
s o written makes a good newspaper : A. Y. FULLER day night. 35c, or 3 pairs Our Special $5.00alues.. Satfor -

Harry Floyd alleges that hell is "story" but is quite at variance with : . . . . . . . Sl.OOlurday night . . 3.50LADIES
-' about to break loose in the world the facts. You state that the solicitor : THE PALMS AUTO COREO

Does Harry base his prophecy upon secured from the county superintendent -

evidence in the fact that the honorable a copy of the blank reports : MOTOR CARS
i representative of'Franklin used by teachers. As matter. of : HOSE x RUST PROOF CORSETSOne

county has busted loose in West Flor- fact, no such reports are used in the : For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a lot of Black Silk Lisle J 100 pairs, all sizes, newest
< ida? country schools except as an occasional : Hose in all sizes. Our regular
, forceof forms including low bust effects.
: Have good ,
accessories. a
o teacher makes her own pur- full stock of supplies and : 35c or 3 for $1.00 value. Saturly -

R. R. Tomlin, ex-newspaper man chase of them. What the advertising : repair men. All our work is absolutely I night, 23c pair or 3 pairs Regular $1.00 to $1.50

and ex-representative from Hillsbor- solicitor secured from the superinteno : competent : for . . . . . . . . 65c Saturday night . . . 89C
ough, is a candidate for clerk of. the (:rt was a letter stating that he guaranteed.
criminal court in his county. Mr. had given the solicitor permission tc I I to
Tomlin is holding the job of convict get up the cards and that he would I
inspector, but probably doesn't like it distribute the cards (one thousandof I I

overmuch, though his recent an- them) as soon as they were fin- THE PALMS AUTO CO :I NOTIONS HUMIDOR .LINENS

nouncement might lead to the suspicion ished. The solicitor also carried a I : The linen with a conscience-
r that he doesn't intend to desert letter signed by J. B. Lawton that he : I 200) dozen first-choice Pearl 90-inch full grass Bleach Table

the criminals. would print the one thousand cards.I FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. :. Buttons, in line Nos. 14 to line Damask Linen. Dainty pitterns-
o This was done and the benefit went Ito Splendid value for $1.25. Saturday -

j The Ocala board of trade is pull- an Orlando job office instead of to :" HI INI III I ill II IN MtM No.[ 24. Saturday nightIc doz night . . . . . . . 89c

} ing for a canning factory. Every each Table Napkins to match, regularlXle
7c
) Hair Nets- or
Florida town should have a cannery. value $3.50. Saturday night,

We get pineapples from Hawaii, tomatoes 4 for . . . . . . . . .fc35c doz . . . . . . ..SB39SGROCERY
: from Baltimore and crystallized
fruits from other cities, all of

which might be put up in Florida at

much less expense. It may be regarded DEPARTMENTExtra
as rather remarkable that it
. is so difficult to raise interest on this Coffee Special

subject. It is an opportunity that Are You Invitedto Chase and Sanborn's world renowned "Seal Brand" Java

Florida is overlooking.The . . . 34c Tin
o a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea Coffee, Regular Value 40c. Saturday night

recent suicide of Prof. Harry gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure ))ur Own" Mocha Coffee, Regular Value 35c. Saturday

Thurston Peck offers opportunity for will be interested in our display of the newest and night . . . . . . . ._. . . . . . . . . . . . 29c Tin
dissertation which would delight a f you
moralist. A man who had enjoyed most artistic designs inCUT These brands should be in every household, ,hence our Special ,

exceptional educational opportunitiesand price reduction as an inducement to try them. .
one possessed of an unusual intellect GLASS
found himself in his declining

years a social outcast and fearful I odd pieces and attractive sets not old stock _shop
s There are so many Bear in mind these Specials are or worn
he could not obtain employment .
that .
appropriate for gift giving. for this season's selling. None sold
sufficient to sustain life, all becauseof here, that seem peculiarly goods, but positively goods

an unfortunate affair with a wo- We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe Defore 7 p. m. Saturday night

man. To be sure the condition was
acceptable.T.H.Evans.
not as bad as he thought, but brood- more

ing had given him a morbid view and

the wreck of his life was complete.

o '. -' DICKSON.IVESCO.

Tampa had its Gasparilla celebra- : .. .
tion and now St. Petersburg is havingits I "

DeSoto festival. St. Augustinehas .
been in the habit of 'reviving

y Ponce de Leon's ghost and making
K him stalk annually for the entertain-

ment of the assembled, multitude. .

Miami is to have a celebration next the JewelerOPPOSITE
rehabilitate old Chris
year, and might
Columbus, or some of the rest of the ORLANDO'S FAVORITE I

pioneers, to regale the visitors in his
court regalia. It's good that those POSTOFFICE

old boys used to knock around in SHOPPING PLACEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

these parts, but.it's likely that they'd
AND ENGRAVING.
REPAIRING
have an attack of blood lust if they EXPERT

should rise and look upon themselvesas ,
personated in these celebrations

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That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes DOMESTIC SCIENCE STUDENTS "Col It I)
SELLS
BUYS AND GIVE LUNCHEON TO FACULTYThe urjl niicilo
that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an engine" -

REAL ESTATE domestic science classes of the
Cathedral school have made rapid The best
No candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Caramels
purer
progress under the efficient director- .
U
Taffies, etc. ship of Miss Holly, and demonstratedtheir
ability in the art of cooking yesterday WATCHESCLOCKS
within three
FRESH EVERY DAY.BUTT'S 400 acres ,when they prepared and 11

I ; miles of Kissimmee, two served a delicious luncheon to four

members of the faculty. This is the
mile facing Orlando-Kis-
first of a series of luncheons and the V

simmee brick road $20 guests invited were Fraulein Anna

KNDY KITCHEN'The t acre if sold within Diebner, .Misses :Mary and.Julia Atkinson -
per and :Miss Eloise Gassman.The .

30 days. 3-14-im ; menu included soup, lamb D JEWELRY D

chops, creamed potatoes, peas, beets, ,
home-made
Candies.
+ home of
pure ... . iiimmnMiiiiitiJUNIOR brown bread, nut bread, salad, straw '

berry shortcake and coffee. The. table Fl
Orange Avenue CIVIC LEAGUEAll was tastefully decorated with Etc.

pink roses and asparagus fern, and

members of the Junior Civic each place was marked by a tiny basket You ever bought at the

f.tHMMMMMMIIMMMMHiMMiMMilliiMMHMWADE League will please meet at Lord & of salted nuts.

Bradshaw's office this afternoon at Those serving were Misses Gretchen U best price you ever

,, Mrs. Ash Smith and daughter, 3 o'clock. Hodgson, Dorothy Johnson, Marian bought them.

j j[I Miss Fannie Smith, who have spent Jones and Emma Lummus, while

the winter months here, leave tomorrow ROUND TABLE TONIGHT those in the kitchen were Misses

THE TUNER I'l I evening for their home in West -.. Helen Warlow, Jane Green and Nelle

ORLANDO, FLA. Brownsville, Pa. Do not forget the meeting of the Kinzel. -'bet It Al t Allen's"V

Messrs. A. L. Pritchett, of Waldo, Round Table tonight at Unity Chapel. -
:Mr. J. R. Sage will give a paperon ANTIOCH CHURCH IN NEED OF
: and 0. R. Teague, of Tampa, repre-
We lead and others follow. 'senting the Seaboard Air Line, are "Poverty and Wealth." FUNDS
Dickson-Ives It All are invited who are interestedin The attention of the public is calledto
Company. the popular transportationmen
among the study of social reforms. the struggle of the members of
Mr. L. H. Taliaferro, of Virginia, in Orlando today. Antioch Primitive Baptist church, in V 0IIO 0-
is the visitors to Orlando to- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lord are stop-
among and
CIVIC LEAGUE NOTICE trying to raise money to repair
ping at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
remodel their church building.The .
day.Mr. W. E. Martin, en route from St. Pe- I .
Frank Reese registered at the The annual business meeting of the present rally will come to an
tersburg, where they have been
San Juan last night from Boston, Civic'League will be held on Monday end Sunday night, :March 29th. Car-
spending the winter, to their home in 16ft .CD
Mass. Massachusetts.Mr. afternoon at three o'clock in the So- penters will begin work Monday T.

+ Mr. S. J. Dennis, of Washington, rosis library. All officers and chair- morning.
C. Dunn, member of the
Royal ,
D. C., is among the late arrivals at men of committees will make their Rev. R. A. :McCloud is determinedto
commission who has been
the San Juan. railroad yearly reports, and the election of beautify this church. He solicits "IIII"11111111111111111111'111"IIIIIIIISIIIIIIIIIFire f
attending the hearings at Ocala and officers for the coming year will take the aid of all who are interested in
The W. C. T. U. meeting will be Kissimmee on the long and short
It is that humanity and the cause of Christ.
place. hoped every mem-
held in the Presbyterian lecture room,
haul act, was in the city last night,
ber will make a special effort to be Antioch church is one of Orlando's
today at 3 o'clock. registered at the San Juan.
present. 3-27-3t landmarks. The spiritual enthusiasmand
Mr. L. S. Scroble, Florida repre-
ante-bellum of its
songs mem-
sentative of the Clyde Line, is spend- We lead and others follow., ANNIE COLEMAN CHAPTERU. bers have gained for it the largest Insurance .
ing U-hy: in Orlando.Mr. Dickson-Ives Company It
.
D. C. attendance of tourists of any Negro
1H.. Rand, of Longwood, was church in the state. It now calls for

in the city yesterday, and was greeted "THE VENDETTA" SATURDAY An important meeting will be heldat help.

by scores of his friends here. I NIGHT AT THE LUCERNEThe the home of Deaconess H. R. Preaching' Sunday night, 8 o'clock; .

Sentinel want advertising gives to Parkhill, Wednesday afternoon, April1st subject, "The Mystery of the New
home hunters the facts upon which first Eclectic film to be shownin at 3 o'clock. Business of impor- Birth." Come out and help. You are

they base their home hunting "expe- Orlando will be seen at the Lu- tance connected with annual state welcome. s.JTA..
ditions." cerne Saturday night. The picture
convention is to be acted upon. A
Mrs. L. H. Waite, Mrs. Flora title is "The Vendetta." It is elab- full attendance is urged. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

Schneider, and Mrs. C. E. Schneider, orately hand colored, and portrays a By order of president, DeaconessH. 1721111'1111111111111111"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
of Dayton, were Orlando visitors stirring love story with shadings of R. Parkhill. WANTED-Competent white girl for Phone

yesterday. intrigue and villainy among the Italians Mrs. E. La Rue Bliss, secretary. general house work. Sleep home.
with the terrible of Small family. Apply 310 Anderson
Mr. and, Mrs. A. L. Whitbeck of vengeance 3-27-4t street after 10 o'clock a. m. 3-27-3t
Chamberlain, S. D., are included in the vendetta illustrated in all its

the prominent arrivals at the San cunning and relentlessness. Every- THURSDAY AFTERNOON CARD iFOR SALE-New Ford 1914 run-

Juan yesterday. j body should see this great picture. I GAME AT ROSALIND about. Owner leaving city. Bur- imniiiiiMiiiiiiiiMiiMiMiiiiiiiininiMiintString
There will be no extra charge. I ton Preston, New Seminole hotel,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Welch, of Winter Park. Particulars at Ford
Westfield, N. J., are guests of their Quite a large number of Rosalind garage, Orlando. 3-27-3t
aunt, Mrs. J. E. Ensign, of "Inter- MRS.' HUNT ENTERTAINS FOR club members and their guests en-

lachen," Lake Underhill. I i,, MRS. SHAFFERMrs. joyed the usual Thursday afternoon TRIO OF BLUE RIBBON Sicilian BeansFresh

Mr. F. A. Forster, of Sanford, wasa card games in the club house yesterday Buttercup Chickens for sale atcut
prices. $12. Tillinghast stock. Tel.
W. A. Hunt entertained a
visitor to Orlando 'esterday.Ir.. there being some eight tables ofplayers.
) Ensign.559, ring 4. 3-27-lw received
daily
dozen ladies with a porch party at the supply
Forster likes to visit Orlando, and
Keystone on Thursday in honor of Mrs.. Lee Miller Mrs. H. L Bee-
Orlando likes for him to come. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS for sale;
Mrs. 0. P. Shaffer, of Youngstown, man and Mrs. Chas. Campbell received pure stock; $1 per setting. J. L
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Marlett, of 0. Dainty refreshments were served. the prizes, a pretty sandwich Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla. Oranges!
Oranges .
Washington, D. C., arrived in Or- Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer leave this morn- basket being awarded to the last 3-27-tf

lando yesterday and are making their ing for a brief visit to St. Peters-
named, while the other two each hada
WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS for
headquarters at the San Juan. dozen box
By or
burg before returning to their home.
bead necklace. .
dainty sale; Fischel strain; $1 per setting.J.
Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, manager of L. Dean 2 Orlando Fla.
Delicious ices, cake and coffee were phone ,
the Florida Growers' and Shippers' 3-27-tf
NOTICE .
served by the committee in charge,
League, attended the ,hearing of the
Mrs. McEwan being chairman thereof Fresh Country .Eggs
railroad commission held at Kissira- of Dance at Russell's Point Thursday,
Change Schedule Clyde St. with Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Wescott,
mee yesterday.We March 26th. Gentlemen 50 cents,
Johns River
: Steamers
Mrs. Bradshaw and Mrs. Sylvan Mc-
lead and others follow. Until further notice the steamersof each. Auto bus opposite postoffice.Good .
Elroy.
Dickson-Ives Company. It this line will leave Sanford at 11 music. 3-25-2t:

o'clock a. m.
' Eat what you want.
TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO N. M. TUPPER, Supt. Eat all you want. BAZAARThe THE SANITARY GROCERY
Junior Civic will holda ;
League .
.' Take a postscript and forget it.
Chiropodist for both men and wo- J. B. CALDER, AgentSanford bazaar afternoon
Saturday on
'men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Fla., March 26, 1914. For sale by all durggists. Orange Ave., in the offices of Lord&
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L t l-7-d&w-lyr Bradshaw. Home made candies and CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over fancy work of all kinds will be on sale
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm Sentinel want ads. get result. Ever Try our Classified Ads. and each purchaser will be presentedwith 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

a souvenir, which will b: a small .
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II. I. 1111.1.. ._ . .0. lf4 .v..4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .' . ..a..A..a.. . . .. . . . .. .. . . . Eola Park play grounds, which fact 1
alone should justify your patronage.All CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
persons having promised any-
thing, will please leave same at above .MMM.IIM ' MMUMIUHIIIHMIIMIMHHMYSTERIOUS
At The Lucerne Today offices three Friday o'clock.afternoon any time after -

3.25-4t. -I---- TEAThe I SEED! SEED! SEED! ,
I Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
THE LADIES' AID OF THE METHODIST "mysterious tea"
church announces a
CHURCHTo for April 1st. They say they wantto
pre-empt the day, so make this announcement LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
"Romance Of the Sea a thrilling two reel. Broncho an all around good supper so far beforehand. They
We are bidding you to come; promise all sorts of fun, and will Flowers
We are taking no refusals-
serve this menu:

"little Billy's Triumph," another Keystone comedy. Do j Not one must stay at home. Condensed Something Curd Most Needed Impertinence ROSES, VIOLETS,

For the chicken-bean supper Mineral Mixture
CARNATIONS PANSIES
like ? Yes? Then The price is thirty-five, Cake' i
you to laugh follow the jolly people to ; Cream and cake is extra, Bathing Appliance Sidewalk Slippers POTTED PLANTS -

The Lucerne. But only a dime and five. What Babies and Brides Receive
What Our Grannies Used to Card
At Marion B. Ives' old stand, Sat- Remembrance
....... urday, March 28, from 5 to 10 o'clock. Love's Request Long Most Precious
3-24-lw Good Wood $1.50
Three more reels on their way here. Frigid ConsonantIn
the store formerly occupied by
Ladies who desire correspondencewith M. B. Ives. 3-21-td Better Wood $2 and $2.25
gentlemen of wealth and refine

A good six reel program at our regular prices. i ment dress send to the your Metropolitan description Exchange and ad-, Warman Repairs and Retires 125tfOSTEOPATHY Baby Best, Wood S2.50 and $2.75 3{

Orlando, Fla. There is no publicityand Carriages on Court Ktregt {
no fee for ladies 3-22-1wk. n______ This won't last long,

I' Stock up while you can.
Eat what you want -

Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents Eat all you want. I Orlando Wood Yard
Take a postscript and forget itFor DR. J. C .HOWELL

Balcony: 5 GentsfllllMIIIMHMMfMIMHMMIMMMMIIIIIIillllllHM sale by all druggists.l7d&w.lyrTake Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointment 104 W. Pine St.
treatment
No extra charge for house

your repairing to Warman on Telephone connections j I IOlite B. W. KINGSLEY, ProprietorYLnl
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and Central
Orange
1 Court street 12-5-tf cor.
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[1.PSARE ID BE GIVEN A ROYAL PEOPLE'S WANTS
I on Court street 12-5-tf money on real estate at 6 per cent ..
interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

! I TIME[ IN MIAMIAnnual f . Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
SEED! SEED! 'SEED! MUNNIMAKEKS 3-25-d&wtf

Garden and field seed. & I Notices of Lost. Wanted, For Sale, Fer
DeLaney Rent etc, for this column, 25e for one day, WANTED-To rent, by the year, Os & TRANSFER CO
Banquet Will Be EliminatedBut Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf i SOc for three days or $1.00 for one week, for cottage of six or seven rooms; must
25 words or less. Money mast pcecirpany be close in and rent reasonable. Ad-
1
There Will Be ManyOther FOR SALE I IO the advertisements fer this column, u uo dress J. L D., Sentinel. 2-17-2wks 1
I insertions will be made on credit .
Features located three miles from
city: on acres proposed brick, road; eight I FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one FOR SALE-At a bargain, if takenat ORLANDO, FLORIDA
acre in bearing orange grove; six
One two-chair barber
once:
F Miami, Fla., March .-From reports acres cleared bearing and ten grove acres; timber two ; acres four I acres cleared; part of land suitablefor shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203

received from the various Elk roou cottage. Price $3,500. ;: gardening'and trucking; located Boone street, doing good business; OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174
mile from limits
p half city on public
4 lodges throughout the state the indi- 25 acres four miles from city; tend,road. Bargain. Address II. C. B.,I limits 10 acres, 125 good bearing land just orange outside trees city,
cations are that there will be 1,000 acres in grove, four hundred bearing I! care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf .
and two hundred threeyearold I grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines, fI .
L or more wearers of the antlers in the orange grapefruit trees; twelve acres FOR RENT'OR SALE-Good house, and two large pecan trees; four room I IIREGULAR

i parade to be givep on the evening of fruit land and three acres garden garden and farm land, on Conway' house, new barn, good horse and rig, I t
clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. farming implements. This place is II I
i the second day of the state conven- land; cottage and barn, located on : A
: 3-20-lm-d&w located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto
tion to be held in Miami on April lake 70 front.acres choice Price fruit$5,000.and vegetable i FOR- RENf=5-room house',- partly sell on account of health. Address !

6th, 7th and 8th. Each lodge will be land; three and one-half miles from furnished. See Frank Sober, Room Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at

f represented, some by unusually large city. Price $30 per acre. '3. McNeill & Davis Bids 2-18-10t 203 Boone street. 3-26-10t

' delegations. The Elks of Fort :Myers Five-room cottage and lot one hun-;, FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand
and other West Coast cities are plan- dred by four hundred feet; located on j unimproved land. See S. S. FOR REN1
main highway leading out of city. Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm
One month's lease on furnished
ning to come via the water route,I 11
\ Price
$2,000.Five II
home near Lake Eola, for sale $15.
though all the railroads in the state of FOR SALE-Ford runabout bargainif
acres bearing orange grove,I ; Rents for $25 after May 1st. Apply
have granted unusually low fares. well located. Price $2,000. taken at once. Address Box 594,' Robert S. Brown. 3-26-lt FREIGHT
140 acres overlooking a beautiful f city. 3-13-lwj SCHEDULE BETWEEN
The Elks' parade will be on Tues- lake, one and one-fourth miles from 1
day evening, April 7, following the railroad station and packing house FOR SALE-Sour oranges, seed for: FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the
; Orlando and Sanford and
planting. $1 per bbl. Addie Kim i week or month; cheap. Phone 571, Intervening
Muller of the 20 acres bearing containing -I
G. A.
presentation by orange grove
brough, Kuhl avenue.186t] or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-1m
president's banner to the lodge hav- fourteen _hundred trees. The Points
remaining land is high grade fruit -
ing the largest representation at the I and garden soil. Price $12,000. I

convention. The Elks entering the 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well llttHtltitMimiliiilMMtttMMIMMIMilMMMMIOne Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick

parade will all be costumed in the located. Can. be had at a bargain.J. Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ;
E. CRAWFORD
regular Elk paraphernalia sacred to '
Office Over Blue Drug Store,
similar occasions, the long ulsters I 117 South Orange Ave. Phone f04, Bungalow Left to Sell f""II'I"I 1118111111111111'1111'IIGI'IIII'IIIII't.
and big hats, white with purple trim- Orlando, Florida.
: mings-the Elk colors. 2-20-tf! _

Local committees have decided to IHHitMttllMtMMMMtttmMMIIMMHIMHMfmThe
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I dispense with the customary banquet, OLIVE OIL AND SPICESWe w
have the best. 25 in the
but to entertain the visiting lodgeR years
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business. Try 'us. McElroy Phar- Altamonte
men in other ways. Business sessions 3-14-31' .
macy. '
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i Monday afternoon and Tuesday morn- WANTED-Ladies to bring their ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
with the installation of the combings to us. Don't destroy
new
ing,
them. We will make what you want. beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlandoor A.-C. L.
state officers on Wednesday morn- Come and see our stock and examineour R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in inte-

ing. All the rest of the time of the I work. We invite inspection. .If. --- rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

three days will be given over to having 'you havn't the hair we supply it. Our FOR SALE ,WANTED-Middle age white woman most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
a good time. stock is genuine. We make everything An modern home four bed- to help with children; good home
to order.- We cash for elegant ; high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.

f At the first session Monday after- combings.We. pay rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec-I and Mrs.salary J. S. McCawley for right,party.Winter Address Garden,, Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting etc.
fruit and
noon there will be addresses of wel- i beg to announce that we' have flowers.tricity throughout 509 East;Central trees avenue. Fla. -216tI Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-

come to the Elks, and a reception to I secured the exclusive agency for the 215tf. ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.

the visiting ladies of the Elks. That well-known and popular Clow's Knit I FOR SALE Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
I Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam-
evening there will be a stag smoker, ples will be submitted for your inspection WANTED Nursery stock, one, two, three and

for home and visiting Elks, and a at your leisure. The goodswe four year old buds; Foster Early,I.

theater party for the ladies of the ; handle are the kind that satisfy. WANTED-Two good girls, one for Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- GEO. E. BATES & SON ProprietorsSummer
: NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar- Kahlo ,
Navel. Address Mrs. M. ,
Elks. Tuesday morning while the the dining room and one for gen- ington i
Elks are in session, the visiting ladies land St. 3-23-1 mo eral housework. Apply Mrs. W. C. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf I Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
Temple, Winter Park Fla. 3-24-tf
of the Elks will be taken on a WANTED wet nurse,'at once. -_. I FOR SALE-$350 worth of_new fur- 1'1111111111111111111111111'111111111111111111"11'"
personally conducted shopping tour, Phone No. 2, J. L Dean. 3-26-5t SITUATION WANTEDTstenogra- niture. Also piano. A bargain.,
k' while in"the afternoon they and the pher who can furnish own machine 411 West street. 3-24-lwk - --- -
ROOMS for light housekeeping sum- wants position. Experienced. AddressA. --
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I Elks will be given an automobile ride mer rates. 307 East Pine street. B. B., care Sentinel. 3-24-3t FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur- ' IIMIM '

through Miami and environs. That 3-26-Gt nished, 5-room cottage; moderate

t evening will be the parade. Wednes- WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto rental. 112 E. South St. 3-24-31 Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION

day, the Elks and the ladies of the Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Orlando,good neighborhood,reas- WANTED-Any variety of sweet
onable distance of schools and church !
Court street. 125tfForSale potato plants. Will contract at 75c
Elks will be taken for a boat ride on on
Must be land, suitable for
es. good thousand until June 1st, or will
Biscayne bay, going to Cape Florida, -- trucking and poultry raising. Prefer per with
contract at $1.00 per thousand dur- I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage,
- where a fish chowder lunch will be tIIIIIIIJII.I..tt place with out buildings, but not absolutely ing April. Fred M. Preston. Pine rose house and shed. Located at 307 West street, n-rth.
served at noon. In the evening there! necessary if price is right. Castle, Fla. 3-20-d&w-tf Also
40x117.
__ and Lake Eola. Lot
in
Give full particulars to B. R. Mont- Close ; near park
will be .a grand ball at the Elks,I I | gomery, 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jack LOST-Near the Grand, or at the Lu- six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. SpecIalheating

home. sonville, Fla. 3-16 tf cerne, a topaz pendant attached to and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
chain. Reward to finder. Re-
a gold
f I -_ WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing turn to 308 Magnolia avenue. ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or

Dr. Walter Hood Monday receiveda stenographer, two years experience 3-24-3t furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.

letter from a lady in Orlando, ask-I | Modern 8-room : can furnish good reference, desires REMEMBERThat House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
position. Willing to begin on between. I
3 irg official confirmation of the birth lots connect at the corners, with rose house .
House 2 doors : moderate .salary. Now employed. we have every facility for turn-
of,a child in this city thirteen years I Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla. ing out neat printing of all kinds. offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's, commission.- --.

ago. The doctor vsoon found the required of 3-21-lwk Open to all. ..:*
'' west Wyoming : Letter heads, bill heads, office sta-
information in the clerk's
city LOOK-$850! buys five adjoining lots. tionery, etc., furnished at the lowest COY
office, which shows Ocala is ahead of I Hotel. Bar- : W. I. Higgins, corner Marks and E. N.
: prices first class work will permit.
most cities of its size in the care with Ivanhoe streets. 3-21-6t
--- SI. Norlb.Orlando
307 West ,
which it keeps its vital statistics.- gain.
; ; WANTED-Position as chauffeur, by ANTED-25 family washings at
- Ocala Banner. steady, reliable man. Willing togo once, from 50 cents up. Home [.
anywhere. Address "Chauffeur,' Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. '

of Morning Sentinel. 3-26-1w 3-8-. .
I care
x A new six-room two story house with i A. L Bentley -
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Will serve a.chicken dinner Wednesday from 12 to 2 p. m. :

Price 50c .: HOTELFRONTS

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MENUChicken .
i 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 :
OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.NICE .
RoaSt Beef, Brown Sauce Roast Lamb, Brown.Sauce :
: AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS: $3.00 to
Baked Rice, au Gratin '

Mashed Potatoes Spiced Yams : $5. OPER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS: ; DOUBLE ROOMS

Creamed Carrots Succatash $20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.

Waldorf Salad J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. .

Apple Pie Orange Pie

.... Strawberry Shortcake OFFICE AT EMPIRE HOTEL TELEPHONE NO. 273
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CHARGES We are the Peoplethat I

SHOULD Bf PROBED[O THE MARKETOf


Judge Brown Outspoken in Regard to have made good Why? Be- Hoiie W ali1e Cleanliness

Of
of Alabama QualityFRESH
Alleged Bribery has how
cause experience taught us to
Governor
We have a number of dents AND SALT MEATS .
make formulas that suit all conditionsfor

Montgomery, Ala:, March 25.-Declaring who want furnished and unfurnished FISH AND GAME
that if Governor O'Neal has both orange trees and vegetables. II I I
of crime in connectionwith houses for the summer
been, guilty a I I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
scandalhe
the convict department
and by the Owners having
should be indicted, convicted and year. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

adequately punished by imprisonmentin Nowis the time to fertilizeThe such properties to rent are and pure.
the penitentiary, and that if he is
requested to at once.We
innocent his exoneration should be se us We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

complete, Judge Armstead Brown lok after your properties, collect everything in the Meat Line. .
called upon the Montgomery grand
jury to make a complete investigationof the rents and make monthly set-/

Governor Theo Lacy's O'Neal charge$27,500vhichJames that he gave to!I Southern Fertilizer, Co. tlements with .you. .,: The PARLOR MARKET


.G. Oakley gave him, and that the Orlando PHONES: Oilicc32, Plant 31 Florida] .

money Referring had not to the been Lacy returned.statement I I I Cooper $ Atha : H. M. Self I & Co.

printed in the Montgomery Journal 114 South Orange Are Ground Floor : PINE STREET
Friday, Judge Brown declared that .
"if this article is even susceptible of Phone No. 311 .
Phone No. 80iiMiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiu
being construed to charge the chief
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executive of this proud state with being IiI
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an accessory to a great crime and
this charge has been published abroad

throughout the land in the public ,........ MIMIIIinillllHIIIIIHIlmilinilllMIIIMIMMIIIIIIIIIItlUMt*
prints, the good name of our state demands c
that the grand jury of this

county shall investigate such implied Just arrived car load
charge to the very bottom to the end
that, if the governor of this state be FORDS for immediate W. M. SLEMONSNew

guilty: he shall be indicted, convictedand
delivery.
adequately punished by imp"riS-1 I .
onment in the penitentiary along with.
any other guilty party or parties and Get yours nowF.

that if he be innocent he may be vin- Goods Arriving Daily

dicated." .. G. RUSE,
Judge Brown said mere removal' ,
Phone 226
oit ,
from office by impeachment would I
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not be sufficient punishment for the'

governor if he were guilty and expressed
the hope that after the grand .

jury has made a complete investigation We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
that it will report not sufficient I
evidence on which to base an indictment -t g made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

Boys' Suits, "Lord altimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen ,and Towels. '

COAST LINE SHEDS AT SAVANNAH Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

BURN & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
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Savannah, Ga., March 25.-Two
.
large sheds of the Atlantic Coast
I Line's new wharves and several thou-
sand tons of kanit destroyed M. SLEMONS
were totally W.
by a fire which started at 6 To the West and NorthwestVIA

o'clock this morning, and raged for
three hours. The British steamship ORANGE AVENUE
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Farley, lying alongside the wharf,
narrowly escaped destruction. A LIMITED "II"'IIIII"'fIIlll"'IIIIIIIIIII'II'III'II"'I" ,
I DIXIE DIXIE FLYER AND
large chute used in unloading the C

ships, collapsed when the under struc- SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDDIXIE
ture burned away, and fell across her

bridge, starting a fire from amidships '
forward. Tugs towed her away from Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer.SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED .muummmmmm1 I I L I Ol mmmmmmmmu.

her moorings and extinguished the Lv Orlando. A. C. 1..1231am 313pm I v Orlando, ........................ 3:13pm ..
flames, and she the r Jacksonville. A. C. L... 6:45am; 7:30pm; r Jacksonville ..................... 'j:30 pmv i4. as
was brought up Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25pm v Jacksonville A. C. I. ........... 8:15pm . . .,1"1, ,,
river. Several thousands of barrelsof V Waycross, A. C. L..lluior..l0:25pm;; v Waycross A. C. I. ..............10:20pmr
Macon, G. S. It F....... 5:13pm 4:lhm r Macon G. S. &: F. .............. 3:46am
rosin in a shed adjoining the two r Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 1:25am r Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. 'llam MAKE COOKING A PLEASURE WITH A GAS RANGEIf
that r Knoxville, 1. &: N. .......,....,12:19
burned
and
were destroyed pmNashrill
was W. & A..1:18 11:55 am
r Chattanooga : am r CorblD. 1. &: N. ................ 3:16 pmr
heroic work on the part of the fire- e. N. C. &: SL I. 4:50am 4:30pm r Louisville I. & N. .............. 9:00 pm with range you
Indianapolis, ............ you do your cooking a gas
men kept it from spreading to a shed Ar SL Louis, L C.&: L.&: N. %:5Opm 7:20 am r a. I. 1:50 am of cooking because
Ar Lexington I. & N. ............ can appreciate the PLEASURE
where raw turpentine was stowed. Ar Hopkmsville. I. & N........... 6:21 pm Ar Cincinanti: L. & N. .u_...u..u 8.50 6:50pm pm you have no wood or ashes to carry and
No accurate estimate ol the loss Ar Evansville L. & N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. &; L .......12:20 pm to dirty the kitchen.All 'L-v J
could be secured, but it is believedit Ar Terre Haute, C. &: E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am _r_Grand Rapids.. G. R. &; 1.. ....... %:4hm nothing up =
will Ar Chicago, C. & Eo L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7:15am
run approximately $200,000.A strike match and
you have to do is to a
I. LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED turn a valve and the fire is as hot as if it had
FULL MOON room Solid sleeping train: cars composed observation of section cempartment 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 garden cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches worry about getting the fire too hot or too low
seed from DeLaney & Abernethy. Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
because the fire is always the same regard-
3-13-tf ar between Jacksonville and SI Louis. Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis; gas
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and lesi of weather or other conditions.
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN I Solid train ,carrying electric lighted com Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between i
artment. observation sleepers, and electric Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays If you do not cook with gas it will pay you
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie" ighted section drawin -room sleepers. First I
lass coaches and smoking car. Dining ear and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear I to let u! put a range in your home on thirtydays'
or "News" sightseeing automobiles I erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati trial. Jf it is not all we claim for it, your
for Lookout Mountain, Point Park, '
money will be refunded.
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS INFORMATION. WRITE OR CALL ON .
Ridge and historical points. For reservations I W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. GAS DEPARTMENT '
address 910 Market street. Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando


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pleasant surprise awaited the -==

neighbors of the Modern Woodmenof i
America Wednesday night, when
lodge was dismissed, to find that their II i -
wives and daughters had gathered at

the hall with a delicious supper. All; I II

I reported an enjoyable time and when I i iI 1i\1!1(2( V'tr I (:{ (; ( ( '?
I they departed at a late hour it was 1 ..\ ; V ..i ..... .
sTATE ORlANDO ,
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with the expectation that many more j
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has been only two months since I I 0? (O'VD YQm( HIlt I :CHILDWi'M( } : \ I _-=

they enjoyed an oyster supper.
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PERITY'S FACE save and teach them to save. .. =
That is what the advertising columns C I ==-
in this newspaper are doing I lov/ much have you and they saved

I every day in the )'ear.
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LONG ECONSERVATIVLA000MMODATING ESTAOLISHEOSAf ests They of this reflect community the business and more inter and ; THIS( :(] MONTH l ( l ? \ t_ -

more are coming to reflect national !) '
I .f
activity. I'
i They tell you at a glance just
BUILDING YOUR CREDIT who is actively seeking business and

what, the reasons are for expectingto
Every progressive young merchant desires to estab- get it. iI

lish good credit. They are the meeting place of thebu'er L JEFt j US( MU> YOU !J

An account with this strong, well known bank is a and seller. I
The interest they have to the
great aid to one's financial standing, and its service is reader is of an intensely practical ,' L V/c have several plans for teaching _

invited. nature. They not only give to the
accounts
j helpful. Checking are '
and will be
readers information but information I L systematic saving pleased

of a helpful character, which directly to explain them all.
bears on their mode of living and.
; I THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO frequently means a saving of time

and money.
See what the mirror reflects to-

State, County and City Depositary that day-you will interest will find you.something there F1 Pto1MtiAIallai1! ( } l J :( 1 !1( lai'k; I =


I Word comes from Tampa that .
Councilman W. J. Houlihan, who has : "It is a pleasure to serve yolk'a

represented the Second ward the last

six years, is dead. Bright's diseasewas :
the cause of his death. ; -

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Saturday afternoon at the Junior I II I I it II1
NIGHTIt Manager Peruchi says, "I II I dl I I u I II q
f I Civic League bazaar, in the offices of .
much acting more because the
: wasn't a very large crowd that people are getting any next to me. I I i free Lord &distribution Bradshaw,of there plants will, bulbs be a, G.; Carson, Dantzler,. Coggswell,i I B. ((2)); Simonson, Wm. C.; Smith, iliss Lucy; Folsinger, Mrs. L. H.;
.. the "Old Guard" at the never could act, but I had 'em bluffed I John; Coleman, Henry; Davis, Hil- Jno.; Smith, C. H.; Schrerer Geo.; Handrv, Mrs. Mabel; Hannah, Mrs.
.. greeted opera roots, slips, etc., as long as they last, Williams C. W.
. into I Thompkins, H. S.; ; Olive; Hayes, Mrs. Sadie; Hayman,
thinking so. Now I engage real lie M. J. Dey, Jay R.iDuthe '
Dawry ;
house last night, but it was an ap to all flower lovers. 3-27-2t [ ; T. H. Do-a j Westhoff, E. F.; Whitehead, D. W.; '| Mrs. E. B.; Judson, Mrs. M. L.; Jackson -
H. 0. Doughtery ;
preciative one. The play is a char- : actors and I only sup. But Saturday Andrew; Ervin, Johnie; Eld- 1 Washington, Dan; Wafford, Bryant; ,I Mrs. L.; Jenenson, Mrs. May;
Ian
acter study and requires real dramatic night s my time. I'm the real "It" LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERSList ridge, R. M.;; Erickson, Emmil; Ferguson Wallace, Robt.; Walls, Robert; Williams Lauderlin, Mrs. M. L.; Ludwig, Mrs.
, talent which was not lacking in in "Girls Will Be Girls." It's a Mr.; France, G.V..; Ferry, Willie B.; Wallace, J. C.; M. L.; Lewis, Mrs. John H.; Marshall -
Mr.' Woodruff,-Joseph; Walden, J. S.; Wil- Mrs. Jane B.; McClurkin, MrsJ.
edy and I fool Edward Goldsmith
the company. Mr. D'Oize, as the am just I com-I of letters remaining uncalledfor E.and P.Mrs.; Floyd W. E. Gatchnell; Mr.; Geis-I liams, Maliker; Wooksey, L. B.; West W.; Miller, Mrs. Walter J.; Ma-
Old Guard, did a bit of character act- make people laugh-and" in that in the Orlando, Florida, postofficefor ler, Mr. Louis A.; ; Parris, Mr.; Hud Adams St.. 1011. hood, Miss Katherine; Myers,Mrs.S.
ing that has never been surpassed. they sure do laugh. I the week ending March 21st, 1914. son, West; Hottander, J. B.; Huston, Women's List-Anderson, Mollie; E.; Mayes, Miss Alice; Maalin, Mrs.
on the local stage. Miss Gypzene as Saturday afternoon a special mat-: Thomas; Hause, Ed.; Irwin, A. D.; Arnold, Mrs. Mary; Arend, Mary; Emma; Moore, Mrs. F. L.; Morgan,
' When calling for same, please say Johns, L. L. Janes, Jhon; Julian, T. Boyd, Mrs. Luandia; Bates, Hattie; Mrs. Geo. F.; Phillips, Mrs. E. A.;
' inee for the ladies ;
and childrenmennot
the French girl, was perfect in dia- "advertised." G. Johnson, H.; Judden, Aike; Kil- Brown, Mrs. G. B.; Brodrick, Mrs. G. Reid, Mrs. James; Rounds, Mrs. W.
lect and acting. In fact, the entire barred-ten and twenty cents. W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. loy;, Roy; May, Freddie;' Mack, :Mr. L.; Coyts, :Mrs. Joseph; Clink, Mrs.S. A.; Richardson, Mrs. Mary; Rogers,
company showed to advantage. Men's List-Andrews, H. B. (2)); and Mrs. :M. L.; Moore, Capt.; Newton H.; Congdon, Mrs. E. C.; Clark, Mrs. P. N.; Raymer, Mrs. Chas.;
Palmer H. D. Rogers, Mrs. H. J.; Dyer, Mrs. Frederick D.; Robinson, Mrs. Carrie; Reece, Mr.
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Tonight will )be: a high class comedy The Sentinel want ads find tenantsfor Arnold, Geo. A.; Brown, C.; Berman, William, ;Roberson, Samuel; Roths-' Davis, Mrs. Gertrude; Elike, Mrs. Frank; Reddice, Mr. H. C.; Sudrow,
Ed. A. Bennett, C. A. Clark, James ;
drama entitled "The Prodigal." houses or rooms every day. Let I Corro; Bernita Caldevilla; ; Canada -!I child, :Mrs. A. A.; Stowell, Hon. Ner- Linnie; Ethridge, Mrs. Sarah; Flynn, Mrs. Phillip; Williams, Mrs. AnneyLe
This play gives the entire company them help you. I'JF.; Joseph; Crofe, Batler; Cobb, :M.'I'rich; Spalding, L C.; Sweet, John Miss F.; Frey, Mrs. India; Houston, ; Williams, Miss Hattie. ,

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Our Specials, 7.30 to 9 o'clock only Our Specials, 7.30 to 9 o'clock only


UTILITY GINGHAMS (first floor GENTS' FURNISHINGS (first floor)

; That big lot that you have been paying 12 1-2 cents for, This very attractive department has also been invaded and
between the hours of 7:30 to 9:00, 50 and 75 cent ties will go .
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This department has done itself proud by coming to the known that he will sell in drip pans:

front with waists- values ranging from $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, ,$2.00 '10c Values for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . oc.
in Voiles, Crepes and Batistes 20c Values for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lOc.

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