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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 28, 1914
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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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news cf the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.


VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1914. NUMBER 40.

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ATTACK RESUMED AFTER THEATRICAL i [ MAGNATE DIES[ OF f WAlTER O RENNEN[ [ RETIRES FROM : SAYS FINAL WITNESS IN
Lloyd S. Tenny, manager of I I Washington, D. C., March 27,-
REBEL TROOPS HAVE HEART FAILURE the Florida Growers' and Shippers'League President Wilson won the first battle FLORIDA MUSIC HOUSE U [ FRANK CASE HAS BEEN

NIGHT OF REST returned Thursday night I I of his fight to repeal the Panama SECURED
from the hearing held at Kissimmee tolls exemption today when the house
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B. F. Keith Succumbs While Talkingto on the long and short haul act. by a vote of 20 i to 176 refused to Sells His Interest to R. J. Arthur I

MANY BATTtRitS SILENCED His Son at Palm Mr. Tenny's sympathies are nat- continue discussion on the rule to Agent of the Kimball MORE t SUCCESSFUL[ THAN HOPED[O
urally with the growers and shippers, limit to twenty hours the debate on
Piano
Beach Resort Company
but he says that from the argumentshe the Sims bill.

AND SOME OF THEM ABANDONED heard before the railroad commission Party lines were eliminated in the SAYS GREAT SLEUTH BUT REFUSES
Palm Beach, Fla. March 27. Suddenly A business transaction of much
on the subject the railroads have : vote which was a round victory for
ALTOGETHER WHILE stricken with heart failure, a very good case in asking to be re- the administration leaders. The bal- more than local interest and impor- TO TELL MORE UNTIL

REBEL FIRE MAKES CONTINUOUS Benjamin F. Keith, pioneer vaudeville lieved of the operation of the act. loting was preceded by an hour of im- tance was that closed yesterday HE MAKES HIS REPORT

ROAR producer in the United States, The argument made by Attorney passioned speechmaking in which when Mr. Walter Drennen closed out PUBLIC

dropped dead in his room in a local W. E. Kay, of the Atlantic Coast i Speaker Clark, Representatives Un- his interest in the Florida Music

Gomex Palacio, March 27.-Spe-( I I hotel at midnight. He was sixty- Line, was particularly clear and II derwood, Fitzgerald and other Dem- company to Mr. R. J. Arthur, trav- New York, March 27.-Special.-(

cial.)-Villa's victorious troops aftera eight years old but apparently had forceful, he said, and there was little o ocratic leaders took part. eling salesman for the Kimball Piano Detective Burns leaves tomorrow for

night of rest and the morning spentin been in the best of health. Only yesterday doubt that the railroads would have I The special rule was then adopted company. Atlanta, where hell make a com-

picking up the wounded and bury he was wheel chair riding with just cause to complain if the commis-1200 to 172. That put the Sims bill Several months ago there was a re- plete report of his investigation of

ing the dead, were ordered into posi- friends. sion required a strict enforcement of to repeal the exemption squarely before organization of the DrennenLattnerPiano the murder of Mary Phagan, for

tion at 5 o'clock and an assault upon The theatrical magnate's sudden the law. the house for twenty hours de- company, and the name was which Leo Frank has been convictedto
the city of Torreon from the north death came after a conference over Mr. Tenny said the argument madeon bate and protected against interven- changed to the Florida Music com- hang.It .

side was begun. business affairs with his son, Paul. the other side of the case by ex- ing motions and amendments.With pany. Under the reorganization Mr. is reported tonight that Burns
which The latter stepped out of the room Senator C. A. Carson was the best C. E. Saunders. became president, Mr.
The artillery fire, was only initial obstacles removed the had discovered at least one new and
for a few minutes. When he returnedhe presentation of the shippers' case Drennen vice-president, 11r.1ont-
'' sporadic during the day, became intense house settled down to considerationof important witness in New York.It .
found his father dead. offered. He is of the opinion that gomry Smith general and
the manager wit-
and succeeded in preparing the repeal bill. Democrats in its is believed he will take this
Benjamin F. Keith was born at Mr. Carson should have been a law- Mr. James Burden secretary.The .
the theeidence
way for the advance of infantry.The favor were allotted ten hours, Demo ness with him tomorrow so that
artillery firing on both sidesat Hillsboro Bridge, N. II., and until he yer. crats against five, Republicans for it company has the exclusive sale which person possesses
is terrific and was eighteen years old lived on the The commission will have no easy of the Kimball Knabe
9 o'clock tonight four, and Progressives one. Representative and Fischer may be within the jurisdiction of the
rifle fire is so constant and in such farm. Then he saw a performanceof time in making a decision in the face Sims, author of the bill, led pianos from Volusia county down the Georgia supreme court if needed.
volume as to be a continuous roar. Van Amburgh's circus and he be of the strong arguments from each off the debate. peninsular, and is doing a large busi- The detective was silent when ques-

For the last hour a number of fed- came a follower of the shows as a side. ness. Mr. Drennen's name has been I tioned about his plans, refusing to.,
eral batteries have been silenced and laborer. lie ventured into the show I Some representatives expressedthe identified with the business for sev- say how many witnesses were return-
view that the struggle' had as-
business for
several abandoned.The himself several years eral years, and it will probably require ing to Atlanta with him, or to give
later and followed it until 1885 when Will GUARD AGAINST T MEXICAN: sumed the aspect of a contest be-
garrison at Torreon is showing some time for the public to the time and station from which they
he tween the president and Speaker
signs of utter demoralization as a result conceived the idea of continuous cease associating his name with it. will leave. He admitted that he had
theaters CITRUS FRUIT WORMS Clark. It was thought possibly the
performance
of the'hardships and defeats suffered or vaudeville. Almost at the same time that the been devoting all of his time to the
speaker might take the floor and lead
The
in battle, which has raged almost success of vaudeville was almost one deal was announced it became Frank case for several days and that
the fight the rule but it
on was considered -
continuously since last Sunday. spontaneous. In 1906 Keith I known he had been busy night and day.
Entomoligists Visit Florida to Acquaint i probable that he would that Mr. Drennen had pur-
combined forces with reserve -
F. F. Proctor I :
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his I Themselves With Con- his attack for the bill itself. chased the home of Mr. C. E. Saun- Burns said his trip here had been
greatest competitor, and for
WOMAN WllO SNOT H T [OITOR R RR time the .firm owned a large number a !. ditions in This State Galleries in the house began to fill ders Concord, at, and the that corner Mr.of Saunders Orange and had even hoped more for, but successful refused than to discuss he had in

of vaudeville theaters known an hour before the house met. Mrs.
R REGRETS[ [ HR[ RASH H ACT T Keith & Proctor circuit. Later as the the. The government has three entomologists I Clark took her seat in the speaker's purchased known Cheek from grove Mr. Drennen about two the miles well any complished.way the work- that had been ac-

firm was dissolved and Mr. Keith or- in the state at present go- gallery.
I north of town on the Apopka road.
ganized a new string of theaters now ing through the citrus belt to acquaint An outburst of applause greeted
Mr. Saunders will
Says She, Lost Her Head When She well known as the Keith circuit. themselves with Florida con- Clark : continue to live in
he
Speaker as ascended the
STARTS CRAZE\
ditions the house for some time to come. Y[ MANJ filrt
and to what
Visited the Office of see preventive rostrum at noon. With his gavel he
the Figaro FUNERAL TO BE HELD AT BOSTON measures need to be taken to protectthe stilled the tumult and the chaplain While these transactions are inter- OF f DIGGING f FOR R GOLD
SUNDAY state from the importation of began his prayer. esting and of no little business sig-

Paris,. :March 27.-"I regret pro disastrous diseases to the trees and nificance they do not indicate that
of
Disposing routine, the rule to
Mr. Drennen has
foundly the consequences of my act," Palm Beach, Fla., March 27.-(Special. fruit.Mr. limit debate to twenty hours was any idea of leaving And Her Companion Is Arrested on
said Mme. Caillaux at the preliminary .)-A. Paul Keith.left Palm Beach W. C. Mallett, one of the gov- : taken Orlando. He is still heavily interested -
up.Speaker Charge of White Slaveryin
inquiry into the killing of :M. Cal- tonight on a private car, for Boston, ernment men, was in Orlando yesterday here, being proprietor of the fam-
mette, as she told the investigating taking the body of his father, who)i and made a trip to Eustis with Clark warned that "an ous Sand Spur groves and the largest Meantime
died Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, of the II acrimonious and exciting debate likethis" packing house in the state at Mait-
magistrate how the Figaro had taunt- suddenly of heart failure in the I manager
should call for perfect order. land.
ed her husband about the "thy Joe" Breakers hotel. With him was Mrs. Florida Growers' and Shippers' Savannah, Ga., March .-D. Gold-
!I After some difficulty he 'succeeded in
letter."I Keith, his stepmother. At St. Augus\ League, to make further inspections. stein, the man who was picked up
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the house.Representative
would prefer a thousand times," tine they will be joined in the morn-!t Mr. W. W. Yothers, who is connected quieting here early in the week because he
Mme. Caillaux said:' "that the cam- ing by E. F. Albee, general manager i with the department, also made Sherwood, Demo- MN[ WITH( WHITEWASHED[ FACES came to Savannah with Mrs. C. C.

paign had continued rather than that of the Keith theatrical circuit. The I the trip. crat, of Ohio, was the first speaker.He Craven, the widow of a supposed
I should have killed M. Calmette. It funeral will be held Sunday at Bos-'1 Some fear is entertained lest the urged an amendment to dismantlethe KllltO NEGRO[ R IN DARK yeggman, who was recently killed in

is impossible to find in my act another ton and will be private. 'j Mexican citrus fruit worm should get canals fortifications and neutralize Florida, must face a charge of white

cause than that which I have into Florida. Mr. Tenny says if this it.iAdamson. slavery today. He is to be given a
given." pest should get a hold here that; it Speaker for Administration Negro Detective Meets Death at hearing on that charge because he

M. Boucard sought an explanationof RAILROADS ARE CUTTING D DOWN would speedily destroy the citrus Administration forces opened the Oviedo by Gang of Supposed returned to Savannah with Mrs. Cra

the discrepancies in Mme. Cail- business, because other states would fight in a twelve-minute speech by Bootleggers ven and stopped with her at a hotel,

laux's recital before him, and the NUMBER[R OF f [EMftcYS l 'quarantine against the shipment of Representative Adamson. the two registering as man and wife.

story she told the police. : fruit. Representative Adamson said he Tom Mumford, a thirtyyears Mrs. Craven says they are married,
"In attacking your husband," said | The only way in which Florida can wanted to express opinions he had of negro but they will have to prove that thisis
age, was assassinated at Oviedo
the magistrate, "M. Calmette was Complain That State and Federal 'be guarded against the pest is to learned directly about the controversy I true before Goldstein can regainhis
Thursday night
,
supposedly by
fighting the politician, not the private Legislation Has Been Too j( have an inspector at each of the and not upon "assumptions de- of "bootleggers. a gang liberty. This is the latest turn in
citizen. Moreover the letter I ports, or to close certain ports to theI rived from a nine years' lobby main- the wheel of fortune for the woman
Severe for Them I importation of fruits and tained in both halls of in Mumford was said to have been a
oth-
signed 'thy Joe' concerned another protect congress who has had everybody talking in
i At order to take from the detective and had gone to Oviedo for
woman. ers. present there is no appro- treasury of Savannah since she came here and
"Yes," responded the witness, "butit New York, March 27Special.( ) :priation for carrying this plan into the United States a part of the reve- the purpose of hunting down the sell- posed as a good church member
was I who succeeded that womanas All Eastern railroads, so it was stat- effect. An attempt will be made at nues for the benefit of a monopoly." ers of liquor. He had been around while her husband was out blowingup

the wife of M. Caillaux. I will recall ed today, are to follow the lead of the the next session of the legislature to Mr. Adamson asserted he and Representative the town a day or two, and it seems postoffice safes and indulging in

to you how M. Calmette in an Pennsylvania, in laying off employesand secure a sufficient appropriation for Henry had conferred with that his mission had become knownto other pastimes dear to the heart of
article on March 16, bantered my cutting down train service. 1 this work to make it effective. Speaker Clark as to the drawing of those who were the objects of his the yegg.

husband regarding the intimate na- While the Pennsylvania is to drop ; I I'the rule and "understood that he ap- search. The negro's home was in Mrs. Craven, the widow of the yegg- t.

ture of this letter and that is not 25,000 of its men, the New York Cen : JUDGE PERKINS WILL BE OUT' proved it." Sanford. man, who was killed while trying to
politics" I tral let at least half that number go, ;i OF CIRCUIT UNTIL APRIL 14I "We do not want to permit amendments The shooting occurred after midnight get away from a special agent of the

Mme. Caillaux told the magistrate' while smaller roads are to make ref i I Because of the continued illness of to this bill because no amend- A number of shots were heard Seaboard Air Line railway at Wild-

that on March 15 she had received an atively the same cut. : Judge Bethel, Judge Jas. W. Perkins ments are necessary," he said. "No from the portion of town in which wood, Fla., has made a new industry

anonymous letter which she since had Officials of all roads agree that not will have to go to Palm Beach coun amendments have been suggested by negroes reside. An investigation followed -. fashionable in Savannah. It is called

destroyed, informing her of the im in years has the railroad businessbeen ty to hold court next week. In a letter the friends of this measure." and Mumford's body was digging for treasure. Mrs. Craven is
minent publication of letters concern so wretched. An official of the to Messrs. Jones & Jones, received Tolls Exemption a "Terrible Mistakes found. He had been shot several the woman who told the police her '
Central said that his road didn't Mr. Adamson times but had evidently run a short I
ing her. earn yesterday, Judge Perkins says characterized the husband had buried $10,000 near Sa-
Asked by M1. Boucard to enlighten I a cent of profit last year. This he will be out of the circuit until the original passage of the free tolls provision distance after being- fired upon.. vannah before he was killed. This
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him on the contents of the letters, due to a falling off in freight traffic second Tuesday in April, at which as a "terrible mistake." He The story gained currency that a! started them to hunting for the

the publication of which she feared, and the extra expenses put upon the time he will open court in Volusia pointed out that a majority of the number of negroes disguised with! money, which they didn't find. This I
Mme. Caillaux said they concernedthe railroads by federal and state legis county The illness of Judge Bethel I Democrats then in the house voted whitewashed faces met the detective was three weeks ago. Mrs. Craven -

private life of her husband and I lation. has made it necessary for his workto I against itRepresentative and made way with him, and there came back to Savannah and went to :
At the Lackawanna and Erie rail- Hardwick of was another story that he was shot :
herself. be attended to by other circuit Georgia searching for the gold on her own
The next question the magistrate roads it was said that already many judges, and has caused no little inconvenience I I I was recognized to close debate from ambush. Officers are on the account. The police took her in cus- -

asked was "then why did you not employes had been dropped. to the lawyers of this I for its adoption. track of the slayers. !tody I again, but now all the natives

speak to 31. Calmette about the let circuit who wish to get matters before "The gentleman from Alabama appeals who live in the vicinity of the spot
ters before shooting him?" luncheon or dinner. This fact and the Judge Perkins. The judge requested to his Democratic colleagues to I last night in an eleventh hour assaulton where she said the gold was buried ;

"I lost all idea of the object of my emotion which overpowered me madeit Messrs. Jones & Jones to no- I support'a Democratic platform," said : the administration and his own are out looking for treasure under- }

visit when I entered his office. My impossible for me to give the com- tify the lawyers of his absence from Representative Hardwick. "I appeal' party."I 1 ground. They are spading up the .1
voice seemed stifled. A fear took missary a coherent explanation. I the circuit. II to you to support Democratic doc- will ask the gentleman whether earth over many broad acres and are !
hold of me which even today is inex- meant to shoot if M. Calmette gave I I trine as it has ben since the time of he does not know that if he tears doing other things to try to find the

plicable. I lost my head and fired," me no satisfaction, but I did not Senator J. E. Buxton caught a bass:I Jefferson and this provision which we Woodrow Wilson down no Democratcan buried money. :

replied Mme. Caillaux.M. mean to kill him." weighing eleven pounds and a half.I propose to repeal is no more Demo- stand. Doesn't he realize that I,
Boucard reminded Mme. Cail- Examined as to why she had prac- at Lake Apopka Thursday. The senator cratic doctrine than if you wrote a he must support this administration .; THE WEATHER

laux that her statements to him were ticed pistol shooting, Mme. Caillaux is proud of his fine catch, but he high protective tariff plank into the or be turned into the wilderness for Florida: Partly cloudy Saturdayand

inconsistent with those she made to replied: thinks that something ought to be Democratic platform. forty years more?" Sunday.

the police commissary an hour after "I did not practice with the objectof done to protect the fish of that lake Pointing his finger toward Speaker Mr. Hardwick declared that the i

the shooting had occurred. learnig to shoot but merely to against such fishermen as himself, Clark, Mr. Hardwick declared: motion to recommit the bill offered. Get the April Magazines. They are Mme. Caillaux replied: familiarize myself with the workingof who have absolutely no compunctionabout "The distinguished gentleman from ample opportunity to offer all suggested fine. Come in. Curtis & O'Neals ;,
't and Music Store.
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to the committee for its guidance -I March 22, 1914: the following listed freight will be
I in reporting recommendations to I High Low Prec. Bar. sold at public auction for freightand RESOURCESLoans l

r the house on the proposed impeach I Monday 79 48 .__ PC. other charges, at the A. C. L. and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $392,700.86
___ freight warehouse in Orlando, Fla.,
ment. I Tuesday Wednesday 80 80 49 49 C.C. on Tuesday, April 28, 1914. Sale will Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,130.41
Judge Speer's statement, given out I Thursday _______ 82 50 ___ C. commence at 10 o'clock, a. m. Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33Real
in :Macon last night, was: Friday __________ 85 55 ___ PC. Goods sold without guarantee of Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 26,437.37
"If the judiciary committee, in accordance Saturday _______ 82 57 ___ PC. quality Cash.J., quantity. or value. Terms: Cash on Hand and in Banks ... . . . . . . 335,709.30
Sunday ________ 67 46 1.46 CC.CCCloudy Spot
with their conceptions of eo--- I A. Huske, Route Agent.A. .
duty after considering all matter ; PC-Partly cloudy; C. L Ry., Fayetteville, N.C.S. $781,996.27
which has been submitted to it, withdraws C-Clear, A. L 30120; S. A. L 32061; S. A LIABILITIES
1 L. 32023 S. A. L 33359 S. A. L
t' the charges against me in a 30221; S.;A. L. 31671; S. ;A. L 31662; Capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
manner as public as they have been 25 years' experience in buying and S. A. L. 32178; S. A. L. 30094; S. A. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 30854.36
made, I will not be unwilling to accept selling seeds. Our seeds are good. L. 33347; S. A. L. 35951. Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,657.00
McElroy Pharmacy. 3-19-3t Consigned to o-n Hamilton Johnson,
retirement the same terms
upon Orlando, Fla 3-27-5t. Deposits . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 649,484.91
that I might when I reach the age of

seventy." IMMMIMIMIIMIMMMtlMtMMIIMMMMMIIMHMGrove \.
Judge Speer denied the suggestionthat $781,996.27

he retire in any emanated from+: Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
him and said he never had contem j Land Deposits on Feb 4, 1914 . . . . . . . . . . 649,484.91
plated such action as a result of the I
house committee's investigation. His I
statement was called forth, he says, Increase in 60 days $128,317.53The r
t by an inquiry from Representative I
Adamson concerning the retirement officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
reports. j This Season's Best Bargain Company desire to cafl the attention of its depositors and

J friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand

xY The Tampa Tribune says: "Morton I to express their appreciation of their patronage, that

Plant has donated $100,000 for the j " '" .'.'-. -'" . W made such a statement possible.
building and endowment of a mod M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.
ern hospital at Clearwater. Mr.I 31. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, CashierWE
Plant's gift is conditioned on the 55 acres fronting on OrlandoSanfordhard

people of Clearwater raising $20,000.1 i . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .
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Clearwater was already well on the I road. In sight of and three minutes

way toward raising this sum when)I walk from R. R. station, Postofficeandgood SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI FOR SALE-At a bargain, if taken i'
Mr. Plant's generous gift was an 1 hotel accommodations. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES am now organizing an excursion at once: One two-chair barber
nounced. No difficulty is anticipated AND DO ALL KINDS OF party to New York and Albany, via shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203
}. j Line steamship Arapahoe, Boone street, doing good business;
In meeting the conditions of the Clyde
Per AcreIt OPTICAL REPAIRING
I Price $15 10 good land just outside city
donaton. This sum ought to give' April 20th. Price for trip is 162.25 acres
includes limits, 125 bearing trees,
from Orlando to Albany, which orange
t Clearwater one of the best hospit-:( must be sold .immediately. baggage transfer in Jacksonville grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
als in the South. Mr. Plant feels': and New.York. Special reduction and two large pecan trees; four room
:s a personal interest in the town because I to those starting at Jacksonville: house, new barn, good horse and rig,
his fine winter hotel, the Belle-I ... or stopping at New York. For good fanning implements. This place is
Clear lake. Owner wantsto
make reservationsnow located near
z berth and rooms
view, is only a short distance from Or1do Re B Esiale Cot of C. P. Smith, Hand building, sell on account of health. Address
Clearwater, at Bellair." I corner Orange avenue and Church Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at
II DR. L H. RAMSDELL street, before March 2L 35tfW. 203 Boone street. 3-26-10t

Buy garden seed from DeLaney -' OPTOMETRIST
your
W. T. ENTBICAN.
T. ENTRICAN,
Abernethy.of fresh.seed.Just received 3-13-tf a I Pipe 5*4 Watte Bb* (Soeeeuor to Dr. 0. P. Ufa) Painter and interior decorator.. New Makes a specialty of painting, paperr
; big shipment I: ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. ing; refinishing doers, furniture, etc. "
I ORLANDO, FLORIDA! Expert workmen employed. Phone 63k 1-21-lm
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WHAT Most business men make their own More help wanted? Room to let
CITE MANAGMNT[ [ DID '
dull seasons. They just sit down and or wanted? Advertise in the Sen-

fOR STAUNTON wait for business. They say "we tineL Be sure to read the ads. in Louisville 8 Nashville R. R.

Uneeda Biscuit will push for business when things I today's Sentinel. They bring results.

pick up." The wise, wide-awake and I OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO

Councilman of Plainfield Visiting in Nourishment-fine fla- prosperous ward off dulj seasons by Try the Sentinel Job Department

Orlando vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. putting plenty of "pep" into their ad- - CINCINNATI CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
Writes Entertainingly on \ INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,
All in
vertising campaign. They lay a :
Subject of Commission Form Dr. BucKmaster GRAND RAPIDS PITTSBURG BUFFALO.
,
fcr 5 cents, in the fine line of goods at the right prices -

they make fine displays of them. -
The Plainfield moisture-proof package. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED I MONTGOMERY ROUTE
N. J. Press
tained con- They use plenty of newspaper spacein Osteopathic Physician Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm
recently an interesting arti- inviting the people into their Ar. Knoxville .............12:00 n'n i Ar. Montgomery.......... 8:50 am
cle Commission gov'ernment writ- Ar. Lexington .............. 6:411 pm Ar. Birmingham ............12:10 n'n
on
stores where the goods can be seen 132 Orange Avenue Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm I Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 pm
ten by Mr. Frank A. lIolt, one of Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35 am
and where the merchant and his
.. Ar. Detroit ................. 7:45 am Ar. St Louis .............. 7:40
the Plainfield councilmen who is Next door to People's Bank, am
/ Ar. Grand ..........
clerks can show them and explain Rapids 2:45 pm i Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38 am
visiting his father Mr. Acute and chronic Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
Chauncey their good qualities right off the balLet up-stars. Ar. Indianapolis ............ .7:00 am | DIXIE FLYER
Hol, in Orlando. The Sentinel reproduces the Sentinel help you boost for diseases treatedTelephone Ar. Chicago ............... 7:10 am i I .

a portion of the article, regretting DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
business, Mr. Merchant Call us by 578. The fastest train to the West. 1, Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
that tack of space forbids phone, write to us or see us Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am i Ar. Chattanooga ..........12:00 n'n
publication of the whole follows person- Ar. St Louis .............. %:50 pm i i Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
piece, as ally. We have helped many a man's: Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm i Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 am
: 1"1"1" '.
business we know by mutual cooperation i:
1 At the election held in November and work. We can help you. Electric Lighted Trams with: Through Sleepers. L It N. Diners. No Better
1912, the State of Virginia adopteda Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast N. Dost .r
Use the columns of the Sentinel.The DirtSOUTH
, a constitutional amendment designedto B. Biscuit I u retie Auto ml I ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train, with dining cars,
allow cities to themselvesin coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville, Cleveland -
govern Belleview hotel at Belleair will and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Tht>rsdays. DI-
that fit. The rect connections to Toledo, Detroit Pittshurg, Buffalo.
any way they see way Round, thin, tender-
close next Sunday for the season.
DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
in which the movement for this pur- with a delightful flavor This hostelry has enjoyed an unus- with coaches, dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation sleeper -
pose crystallized into the form of a The oil that has through to St Louis on Dixie Limited, over 5 hours fastest and only one
-appropriate for luncheon ually fine season. night out.
constitutional amendment is an interesting stood the supreme MONTGOMERY ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily, and con
tea and dinner. necting sleepers to Chicago.
story.A Don't let winterhome run
your
few years ago, Staunton, Va., the xo cents.CRAHAM. down in the,summer. I will guarantee test For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.

birthplace of President Wilson, anda to keep it in tip-top shape so C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway,

town of about 12,000 inhabitants you will find it as you left it when 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
THAT: _____ 226eod2mlilllilllitlllMMtMMMMiMMMinMimiOIUKM
you return. Make it a point to writeor
1 was governed by a Common Council, see me at once.WERNER.

consisting ,of twenty-two members. It r F. NEHRLING. I

was not an old town but was a town w ,- 3196tMiitittiMiiiiMMMmn -. -- - .- "

of old traditions. It contained many Good Gulf Gasoline

intelligent and educated citizens who

'were excellent doctors, merchants and .

lawyers, and who in their own various A Genuine Bargain 1'
l I ORLANDOASllINGTONDRAWING 4
'vocations were experts and success- CRACKERSA

ful, but when it came their turn to in Real EstateGood I II
I
serve the town in the Council or as food for every day. I P.G.WALTONAgtPHONES /

municipal officers, they were not eight-room house,
Crisp, tasty and ROOM
with connected kitchen
able to make the success of it that

they did in their respective lines of strengthening. Fresh twenty acres first class landal I 450-269

business. In other words they were baked and fresh de- cleared; 315 bearing I SLEEPING CARVIA .

doing something for which they were livered. 10 cents. Orange Trees, in first classI I 1..11".1. . . . . .

condition, fine bloom. Land --------
not .trained and it would have been

unusual if they had met with the can easily be subdividedinto tiTHE WESTiSfMI.NOlr

success that they did in their five-acre tracts, is on
voca-

tions for which they had undergonea road to Conway, 2 1-2 I I ATLANTIC L COAST T LINE f fPEN

long and difficult training. The miles from Court House,

exceptional part of the matter was road on two sides, main I UMIHO

that they came to recognize this factand road will be bricked this

that they were able to shake off year. Has rural delivery, Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. 31.
and shool Sold to lAr! 'Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
their conservatism to sufficient degree wagon.
a -
,Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. L. 9:00 pm
to acknowledge this and to look close and, estate. CHEAPfor ,Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C. L.ll10 pm

about for the jemedy. cash, or very reasonable ,Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am
Under the old fashioned system of terms will be made. ,Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am Tueliay i J aild nHrl.l 1

governmentStaunton had been gov- biscuit baked Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am
Buy
by LORD & BRADSHAW
erned in about the usual way that ,Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am

the business of gunning American cities Exclusive Agents ,Ar :Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga. 7:30 amr
is conducted.1 It had spent good NATIONAL Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p FOR RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS f

deal .for paving without getting very BISCUIT .... . .. Ar Birmingham,Ala. C. of G.12:05 pm
satisfactory results. It had a bonded Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Tr fALL ON

,COMPANY Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm Ticket
debt of and it W. D WHITE Depot Agent
$600,000, was running .J
Ar Cairo, 111., I. C._________11:07 pm ep h one 71'
somewhat the time. It
deeper-all owned MMIHMMMMIMMMMUiShoe
and Always look for that name Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.1213 am ORLANDO, FLA. Telephone 49
its own water lighting sys- j ,
tem which it ran without conspicuous f Repairing Ii: Ar St Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, -' .
success, andin: dry weather there J !
inevitably was a shortage :of 'water.It Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C _____ 1:38 am J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenp Jrlandft
by PARCEL POSTMen's Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:30 am
had bought its supplies in the us- similar form of government with a Ar Champaign, III, I. C.____ 4:29 am '. . . . . . . . . . . . e ,er Agent, Tampa. j;
unbusinesslike 'way, each depart- board of five members and that the \
Ar Kankakee Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am ..
ment purchasing wherever it pleased.The t'tv of Norfolk has also adoptedthe ..1..1 = .. . I""I" " "
Half Soles, 7se to 8se Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am ; 'III'I""I'
graft that is the feature of so same plans. ReI adds that ,several ,
of cit- bills before the ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 75c ,
many -purchasing'departments are now pres- Solid Through Trains-Composed of "IIIIIIIIIIIIIII
ies was absent, but business manage- ent session of the General :assem- Children's Half Soles, sOc to 75C :
observation, compartment, drawingroom -
ment was absent also, and the general t ", rrr ting to cities the right to Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo
situation was unsatisfactory and use any form of government that theysee Heels Repaired, 250 section, sleeping cars, a d free : 'III
fit. reclining chair between Jacksonville -
was "becoming "more FO as time"went cars,
4tR. ,' All work returned in 24 hours. and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand

,While fhings'were being run in this It is not what one -does that 'is Orders without remittance returned St. Louis. All meals in dining ORI.JANDO

way it happened that there was a held up against him in the last analysis C. O.D.Ve pay
washout the'business it is
the motive promptingthat t kets and Pullman car reservations -
calledupon
city. Local contractors were '
to bid for the work ,of repair action. Watch out. all on

'nt' tie damage, and
I rt offered was $4.000. Some -genius WOOD, COAL AND ICE 19 East Pine Street \ or ater&
at this time conceived the idea of Wood D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, : Light Co.
$1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal ORLANDO FLORIDAIMIMMMMMMMIMMM
getting the opinion of an outsider I- Atlantic Coast Line,
as to the work and Charles "E. Ash- Yard, phone 506. y-31-tf: Orlando. :
burner. the "Engineer of Maintenance I .

for the Staunton division of the'Chesapeake .. j \
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR
and Ohio railroad was 'called MMHMiMMMIMIMtMMtMMMIIMHlllMHEaster . :

upon for "his opinion. He 'looked the ?BEPKBSENTATIVE Electricity
'and -aid \\111
situation over $737 sG
leave you a little margin. The local I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative .
contractors jeered at these 'figures from Orange county, subject to MillineryIN -
the action of the Democratic primary) 'to be
but the Councilmen sufficiently '
were held June 2nd. .
impressed to go ahead and J. IL REESE. AS Water
have the work done under 'their'own Ice

Direction, and 'the complete bill -waS FOR COUNTY fJUHMISSIOKER ..
I am a candidate for the office of County I
$725.Whether Commissioner of Orange county from
this incident opened the District 2. 11 elected I promise to serve'the Office
eyes of some of the progressive. people to the best of my ability, 'having ..re Latest Styles i :--No. 18 West Central Ave.
ijens or whether the increasing- sided here a number of years, I am qualified
to know the needs of the section and
lenses, the rising tax rate and the the people. : .
general unsatisfactory conditions: had Itesiiectfully,
been gradually arousing the 'spiritofcriticism A. C. STORBIRD ;
-AT-
it is nard to but the Apopka. Fla.
say, result -
Telephone
was that after some work and FOR COUXTT ,COMMISSIONER No. 6
agitation. the Common Council adopt I hereby announce myself as a candidate .
I ordinance for for County Comt' l6ioner. Orange County,
an : providing 'the'appointment 1 MSSESIAIILOT&DTJffiAgents
...
of General District Four, ta the action of the
a Manager
;
Democratic
primary June 3fcd. 1914. I will
whose duties were prescribed by 'the' greatly appreciate lour support
ordinance, and who in general was Touts truly
given charge of all the administra' fine Castle, Fla. C J. SWEET for' Barclay C.orsetyStationerythat
tive and executive work then performed -

i by the several standing com FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER McCtH'9 Patterns .w. _ _. . .
ittees of the Council, except thosef ;J announce myself as a candidate for reelection .f..I. .

-the. finance. committee.. . .. -, _.Orange to the.County office,.d District County rive Commi sUkject siones. ". " " } ' " '
'ITte weaK point in the Staunton to the decision of the Democratic primary
plan lay in the fact that the city ;lure. 2nd 1914. -
}old not get rid of its Council of Bcqcctfulljr)) ram ,

2 men, as the constitution of Virginia Ft. Christmas, Fla. I.: L ;BROWN is not StationaryOurs

required cities to maintain this ond &Gore
system of government, and it was FOR SUPERVISOR OF BQSTtATION
found that where such a large num I hereby announce myself as a candidate is constantly on the move becausewe
for reflection to the office d Supervisor of,
ber of men were in power, some of Regtatrmtion for Orange Gtm&r. !! I FUNERAl
m&ject to have what the public desires DIRECTORS
them could always be depended uponto : the Denpcratie primary to be beld 3me 2nd!! and at reas- AND EMBALMERS
take the of dissatisfied I 1914.
part contractors onable prices.
and to oppose the various FRANK H. WILLIAMS. j REAL VALUES loFpRICEr'COMPARE '
ures which it was necessary fromto FOR SHERIFF Our stock is so varied that we can fUr-
time to the I hereby announce myself
pass through a* a candidate
..until. This finally became such a: Democratic for Sheriff al primary Orange of County June 2nd.subject 1S14.to the nish host anything you want in size, tint,

rce of danger to the proper ad- FRANK GORDON. finish or weight. Just now we are
'stration of the work that the selling a

l pure was petitioned to bring I FOR COUNTY TREASURER great many boxes of Initial CorrespondenceCards. OUR FURNITURE
hereby
amendment announce myself a candidate for
onstitutional re- Treaawer of Orange County, subject to the
Unless i
council to five in number. I Dftucntic primary of June 2nd 1914. your name begins with X, We provide the quality
has a letter under date J. IL TUCKER. have been furniture that has long J
we probably your initial. The cards accepted by knowing
1914, from the Secre- are furniture buyers as the
FOR TAX ASSESSORI standard of .1
f Virginia, enclosing fine cloth finish with merit. If an article Is here
a gold it
hereby announce my candidacy for the initial. Come It wouldn't is good,
'ndment which was office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub be here were it otherwise. !
We _
f, 1912, by a pop- ject to the action of the Democraitc primary and see them. They are only 50c a box. we this point too clear-it is can't make
one of
called for Jane 2nd. 1914. If nominated and the foundation
stones .
authorizes the of this ..
ake laws for elected I pledge :you my: faithful ARTHUR serrice.BUTT. also have the initial paper to match the business, and that means much to any buyer.

as to pro- cards.
ther formg FOR TAX COLLECTORI
hereby announce myself as a candidate MSJUMVK
to his for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof BLOCK
n emu Orange County, subject to the Democratic W. S. BRANCH ,
SUe primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If re- aH herd
elected I pledge to you my faithful serviceu LCor.oraRIe' SL, prlaado
adds so.b I have endeavored to give W.in E.the MARTIN.past The Arcade look ad lISle Slut : a.J




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i" THE DAILY ROSALIND CLUB OBSERVES ITS White, Miss Mollie E. Ray, Mrs. Whitman, Mrs. Seth Woodruff, I!

South Florida SentinelMORNING TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY George R. Newell, Mrs. Cecil G. Butt, ,Xon-Resident Members-Mrs. S. II.

. Mrs. Edward M. Shepard, Mrs. M. C. Alleman, Mrs. W. F. Blackman, Mrs. Supper Sale

AND WEEKLY Twenty years ago this month the Rerdell, Mrs. Willis L Palmer, Mrs. E. H. Brewer, Miss Mildred Buckingham -

:-l: JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. Rosalind Club of Orlando was formed, Latimer C. Vaughan, Miss May Rer Mrs.: D. P. Corwin, Mrs. L. B.

r. I and last evening the regular club dell, Mrs. L. H. Davis, Mrs. Leo P. Hamlin, Mrs. B. C. Buxton, Mrs. C. Another Departure at
Entered at the postoffice: at Orlando Florida '
members
u Second Class Mail Matter. gave a birthday party at Lawrence, Mrs. Addie L. Webb, Mrs. G. Mcllvaine. -TIIE--
j which the past presidents and charter Lena Hartridge, Mrs. Arthur F. Od- Honorary :Members Mrs. W. R.

TO 'ADVERTISERS: members; were the honor guests. lin, Mrs. W. R. Anno, Miss MaggieI. Anno, Mrs. H. W. Greetham, Mrs. E.
The affair was the most brilliant of I Hart Miss Maude M. Anno Miss T.
Copy for display and all other hand-let Poulson, Mrs. Henrietta Pell-
advertising mutt be handed in at the busmen the many beautiful gatherings for Maggie Fitts, Miss Oma Coffey, Miss Clarke, Mrs. L. A. Spencer, Mrs. J. i!
office of the Sentinel not later than 2
p. m.
which the Rosalind is
"f: the day before publication. This role appliesto noted, and the Alice Coffey, Miss Clara Hutson, C. Stagg, Mrs. Helen S. Wright, Mrs. _- _
to chances for contract advertising; it is club rooms presented a gay and pret- Cameron Mann.
:.it invariable and .iH be strictly adhered to. Regular Membership-Mrs. B. G. \ We r
r ty scene. The Rosalind colors, pink Abernethy, Mrs. Florence Beardall, are going to stimulate Saturday night shopping in this
Subscribers desiring The. Sentinel discon- and were found in the potted
'f tinued should notify the'office in writing on green Mrs. H. L. Beeman, Miss Ada Bum- Messrs. D. B. Sphaler, A. J. Rich- city as it was never stimulated before. Beginning this week
we
r the date of expiration, otherwise it will be palms and azaleas'which banked tat
continued at the regular by, Miss CarElwesIrs.. Chas. ardson and A.1..
subscription rates Bristol, of Taft will
i hold
and mantel
"After
also
fireplace any were an
Sale"
until notice to stop is received. ; Campbell, Mrs. J. M. Cheney, Mrs. F. in the Supper every Saturday night from 7
were city yesterday.
They are
used in covering the steps of the
;1-i Daily, 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..............RATES............$300Daily stage at the end of the hall. A. Curtis, Mrs. M. 13. Davis, Mrs much interested in the organization p. m. till 10 p. m-
6 Months ....................... 2.50 S. G. Dolive, Mrs. B. Drew, Mrs. G. of district
" Daily, 3 Months ...................... 1.25 The guests we/e welcomed by the a drainage for their section -
Daily, 1 Month .................,..... .5 D president, Mrs. T. P. Warlow, and the II. Edwards, Mrs. J. T. Fuller, :Mrs: and were here consulting county I The biggest bargains you ever heard of will be
f. -- J. L Giles, Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles Mrs 'I
.,; Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 1.00 past> presidents, Mrs. J. M. Thayer, officials in regard to the matter. the trade attracting features of these After
Weekly, 6 Months .................. ... .75 C. W. Goodrich, Mrs. Wm. Crane
Irs. J. C. Patterson, Mrs. H. L. Bee- Supper Sales
.
Gray, Miss Mary Guernsey, Mrs. L.H. .
c:. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1914. man, Mrs. Seth Woodruff, :Mrs.: Ed- Joe Hugh Reese, of the Orlando
'J I Gedge, Mrs. A. Haden, Miss Margaret -
ward Hauselt, and Mrs. J. N. McEl- Sentinel has announced himself as We have asked our leading manufacturers
Hart, Miss Mary Howard, Miss and wholesalers \|
candidate for the
a Legislature from
a Just by way of reminding you, the roy, and then were seated at daintily
Hattie Hudson, Mrs. J. C. Jones, Miss Orange county and we can't thinkof to co-operate with us by
l. registration books close April 15th. appointed tables, finding their placesby giving our friends some special "plums"to
Marcia Johnson, Mrs. S. A. Johnson, a reason in the world why he
I 0f cards, on which were the club initials shouldn't be elected. Joseph has been make the After Supper items
Miss May Kilmer, Mrs. G. C. Keller, the Florida and prices that can't be matched
attending Legislature for
and the of the visitors.
: The fight on the repeal of the tolls The tables names were tastefully decora- Mrs. J. N. McElroy, Mrs. Sylvan Mc- years past reporting the proceedings in this or any other city for real value.
exemption clause provided the expected Elroy, Mrs. J. S. McEwan, Mrs. AnnieL for the press and he knows all about

f sensations, but the presidentseems ted with nasturtiums and asparagus Mallory, Mrs. L. C. :Massey: Mrs. the law-making machinery and howto After Supper Specials cannot be
to have the upper hand. fern, and arranged in such a manner Harriet C. Miller, Mrs. E. P. Monroe, operate it. He has native and educational purchased until after 7 p. m.,
t that all the guests were able to view ability that has put him to Saturday night. Lots
<" -0 Mrs. Geo. R. Newell, Mrs. F. D. Carr, the front rank of newspaper men i in are limited, so be on hand at 7 p. m.
the where "Poor
Gainesville is stage, Pillicardy, a Mrs J. C. Patterson, Miss Agnes Per Florida and he is one of the not nom
J' talking of a baseball
play given by the club years ago, son, Miss Willie Person erous company of citizens who knowvhat
Miss Elizabeth
? club for the summer. The suggestiois was reproduced. In the cast were \ the State needs in the way of I
is applicable to Orlando. Middl Mrs. Newell, Mrs. Woodruff, Mrs. Ed Porter, Miss Mollie E. RayIiss new laws and what she doesn't need I SILK SPECIAL WASH
Mary Robinson, :Miss: Eloise Robinson the collection GOODS SPECIAL
of
.f Florida could have a large those already -
a summer league, wards, Judge Cheney and Mr. Donald I I $1.00 and $1.25 values I
Mrs. C. B. Robinson on hand. Orange county oughtto
and make it Mrs. F. G. I 25c and 35c value
pay expenses. Let the Cheney. Rush, Mrs. Edward Hauselt send Reese to the Legislature and I I! for . . . . . . . 69 C .' ,
t local fans take it up, and push i it Covers were laid for one hundred Miss as this is our year for accurate guess-I i.for . . . . . . . 161 2C
along. Lilla Shine, Miss Antoinette Slemons, ing in politics, we predict, e 500 yards. Tub Silks-all pure' '
and fourteen the
number of
0 greater Mrs. C. W. Smith, Mrs. Phillip Slem will.-Lakeland Telegram. I Silk 32 inches wide in Dainty A" of this season's offeringsStripe
.' the members and their escorts being ,
; ons, Miss Beauclaire Robinson, M rs. effects of Gray He- -Fancy Voiles Rice Cloths
,
,
a John N. C. Stockton has begun his seated at a long U-shaped table, inside ,
Jessie M. Thayer, Mrs. D. C. Sentinel Want advertising is as Ho Royal !
Thompson Navy, Copen Pink
r 3 I Embroidered
of Crepes
campaign of which Fancy
advertising short table and ,
was
newspaper a a to the of
management
a
Mrs. H. A. Vivian, Mrs. T. P. ncccessary Sky, Old Rose Brown Tan and !
,
t- in, his race for senator. The Bryan round table at which the past presi boarding house as is display advertising | Striped and checked Crepe
Warlow, Mrs. S. Y. Way Mrs. A. B. white-all
white
on
.grounds
1 pimary law limits expenses to such dents and their escorts were gath to a store. i cloths, Grass Lawns, French

a figure that we may not expect to ered. A large birthday cake was Splendid to wear. Will not cut.[ Fancy Batiste's. Fancy Crepons,

see so much printer's ink used m this I placed in the center of the round ta- 'GIll- - - I1111- - 11111 III lie 11111 I'll 11111 11111 11111 III II'"4 Saturday night . . . . 69c.1 etc. Saturday Night . 16 l-2c.

x race as formerly. ble, and around it, in candle sticks,

o were the twenty candles symbolizingthe Cash to Loan on I

Osceola of the club. A delicious I
county is talking of organizing years NEW SHIRT
a fair association. The Sentinel supper, prepared by a committee in 'VAISTS89c : SHADOW CAMASOLE
for. . . . 19
doesn't doubt the ability of its charge ofIrs.. S. G, 'Dolive, was City PropertyReal 'I LACES for . . . . C.
enterprising neighbor to do this, and served by a merry party of "maids"the Consisting of some of the

to make a splendid exhibit, but we ( sisters and daughters of club newest and most popular stjles: In some of the most charming

4 would suggest to them that it is bet- members, costumed in white, and in demand for the present and dainty designs
ever
; ter for Osceola to send her exhibits to wearing white aprons and caps) season. In fabrics ofy pro-
{ the fair in Orlando. Thirty thousand Misses Helen Warlow, Vida Miller, Estate bought and sold : I Crepe Cloth and Crepon trim- ', duced by a lace weaver. French

t people saw her display at the Jean Person, Dorothy Johnson, Sara med Val lace, ruffling and emSwiss and English manufacture.

recent fair. Could she draw a thirdof Slemons, Helen Drew, Dorothy Slem- for cash or on commission.Dr. broidered edging, featuring the I
At this price I allies should
this number to Kissimmee? The ons, Alma DeLaney, Gayle Davis, new 'Gladstone Medici and Byron -

investment is to be considered also. Jane Patterson, Fannie Robinson, collars. $1.00 and $1.25 val stock up well. Exceptional value -

These are friendly hints. We don't Ruth Thompson and Eileen Vivian. Saturday night . . . !
'S9c
ue at 35c. Saturday Night 19c
want to lose Osceola's fine exhibit Mrs. Campbell had prepared the A. J. TAYLORRock ,

from the Orlando event. I punch, and Mrs. Warlow acted as

o toast-mistress. Mrs. Odlin respondedto 1 Building, Upstairs.HHmtUOIttHMIMIMtMiMIMMHIIMMIIMMM. .
Many beautiful tributes are being the toast "Our Charter Members,"

paid to Jesse Burtz, the Gainesville Mrs. Lawrence to "The First Presi- + 1 MEN'S FURNISHINGS

r newspaper man who died a few days dent of the Club, Mrs. Pell-Clarke," HiHtttiBIMIIHmMlliillMIIHIIMMMMMilMM' *, TAN HOSE-PURE SILK TAN BLUCHER OXFORDS

ago. This is commendable, and justas Mrs. Thayer to "The Rosalind Club, : Our leading line at 50c. Satur- Medium Toe, Blind Eyelets

it should be. He was only a news- Past, Present and Future," and Mrs. A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX : day night 35c, or 3 pairs Our Special $5.00 values Sat-

A piper toiler but he probably did more Woodruff made a pretty tribute to : for . . . . ... . SLOOiurday;' night . . .83.50
to further the well being of his town Mrs. Newell, who for twenty, years THE PALMS AUTO CO
and county than many wealthy and has been the faithful and efficient

influential citizens who didn't have treasurer of the club, presenting her

his public spirit and ceaseless en- with a gift from the present mem- REO MOTOR CARS I LADIES HOSE RUST PROOF CORSETS

ergy. bers.At : lot of Black Silk Lisle
t o the close of the evening the For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a One 100 pairs, all sizes, newest
: Hose in all sizes. Our regular
The editor of the Punta Gorda Her president read a telegram of congrat ; full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof I 35c or 3 for $1.00 value. Saturday forms, including low bust ef.

ald exclaims against the bulky daily ulations and good wishes sent by Mrs. : night, ,23c pair or 3 pairs fects. Regular $1.00 to $1.50
papers, and adds to his complaint E. Kirby Smith, of Shreveport, La., competent repair men. All our work is absolutely :
saying that they shouldn't be printedin by who was one of the charter members. I for . . . . . . . . 65c Saturday night . . . S9c

smaller With the place cards of the guaranteed.
type than ten point; tha members -
t they are injuring the sight of thou were booklets containing an interesting I
sands with their fine print. We ob] history of the club, written I

serve, however, that the very issue o f by Miss Elizabeth Porter, and Mrs. : NOTIONS HUMIDOR LINENS

;; the Herald in which the editor make II Whitman read the entertaining little THE PALMS AUTO CO : The linen with a conscience-

f his complaint is printed for the most :i paper to the guests. : 200 dozen first-choice Pearl 90-inch full grass Bleach Table
part in eight point. Where has Old The full roster of the club follows: FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. :
< Damask Linen. tterns.
14 to line Dainty p'\
Consistency List of Charter Members-Mrs. Buttons, in line Nos.
gone again?
value for Saturday
Splendid 1.25 -
Leslie
Pell-Clarke
o Mrs. W. Audley + 11111'11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'' No. 21. Saturday nightIc doz night . . . . . . . 89c
The speech made by Ambassador Table Napkins to match regular
,
Hair Nets-.c each or
1 Page has been given to the senate, I 'Dixie" value $3.50.. Saturday night,
upon demand, and referred to the for-
= eign relations committee. After read- 4for . . . . . . . . ...Z5c doz . . . . . . . S2.98

ing the alleged offending utterancesit .

is difficult to see why such a fuss

has been made about the speech. It .
j seems rather likely that the ambassador i GROCERY DEPARTMENTExtra

was misquoted and made to say Coffee Special
something that he Are You Invited .
didn't utter. Now
Chase and Sanborn's world renowned "Seal Brand" Java
that the senate has it we are inclined :

x S to inquire with Goldberg, "What are to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where Coffee, Regular Value 40c. Saturday night . . . .3 1c 'Tin

you gonna do with it?" gift to hostess is Own" Mocha Coffee Regular Value 35c. Saturday
a your in good taste? If so, we are sure "Our ,
o
A young man was killed in Jack- v you' will be interested in our display of the newest and night . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29c Tin

sonville a few days ago as the resultof most artistic designs inCUT These brands should be in every household, ,hence our Special

reckless driving of an automobile,
price reduction as an inducement to try them. .
but the coroner's ,
jury failed to agree, GLASS
three of the members being in favorof

y to be exonerating responsible.the man It will who probably was held t There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets Bear in mind these Specials are not old stock or shop worn

a long time before any such convictions here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. goods, but positively goods for this season's selling. None sold

are had, but until it does hap- We are sure.you can never find anything that would Defore 7 p. m. Saturday night
pen such accidents may be expected
: be more acceptable.T.H.Evans. ,
to occur with more or less frequency .

Some drastic lesson must be administered '

to put a damper on the

scorchers.As 'DICKSONIVESCO
T <, : '" 0 ., i .. < -

a result of confusion as to the

3 purposes of the registration unde

the Bryan primary law the road bond
'
election in Manatee county has been

a declared illegal. The election man-

agers permitted persons who wer

registered only for the primary to the Jeweler,

vote in the bond election. This is one

of the things that will be held againstthe ; ORLANDO FA VSHOPPING )

Bryan law, for which the law

should not be blamed. In such a:n OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

important matter as a bond electio P
,
the should have been > .
managers give '
: 'ERPERT REPAIRING AND
ENGRAVING i
unmistakable instructions so that no

such entanglement could have arisZ ea I Y

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i Admissiont5 cents i I .

Dcl dD! dDaD4! ( D_Q
-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. j!

That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes Eclair.SATURDAY'S"A Son's Devotion PROGRAM," A 2-l I "Cpi II Jt t Jllpn'c '
I BUYS AND SELLS reel drama. We have had many phor r II
that "candy. to the brain what fuel is to an en- to plays revolving about disloyal ,
; .
REAL ESTATE profligate sons who cause their par- ,
< gine. ents untold anguish, and when such
stories are well told, with, a climax lit f.. t' The best ,
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car tacked on the end showing the son's 'if
reformation, They .are usually inter- U
amels, Taffies, etc. esting. But here we have a story out i '
of the ordinary depicting,Ihe WATCHESCLOCKS
acres within three j course I .
FRESH EVERY DAY. I ; 400 ;
I of a wayward father and a son's loyal i . ,
miles of Kissimmee, two i I I efforts to save'him from himself.. It ".
is a play that will hold the undivided
:
mile facing Orlando-Kis- ; attention from start to finish.- Mr. t.
Francis and Mr. Chas. Davenport \

simmee brick road, $20 ; ; play the leading roles. .
BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN t Powers. "The Kid." A" one-reel
! per acre if sold within '< comedy. Kathie is young 'and she js
full of mischief. But she gets blamed '
I 30 days. 3-14.im ; ; unjustly and spanked many times for U'o.. / 0
JEWELRY
the pranks of others. No one understands :-
'
The home of pure home-made Candies her but father, and when everything -
..MIMtMMMMMMMMMMISS he .. ,
goes wrong wipes away
the tears. ..
Orange AvenueMtHIHMMMIMIIMMMtMMIMIiMMMHMIMtfH MARY HANNER ENTERTAINS Price 5 cents. .. .". : Etc. ;\ .


*. HER_-*FRIENDS JUNIOR CIVIC-==LEAGUE- TO GIVE I I.' You ever bought at the fl


Miss Mary Hanner, the bright and BAZAR U ,best price you ever

Mr. J. A. Stevens, of DeLand, is attractive little daughter of Mr. and
iI I in Orlando today on business. Mrs. J. C. Hanner, gave a delightful The busy little members of theJ. Ii bought them. aU.
I
WADE. party for her friends last night. C. L. have been busier than ever
y i Mr. M. L. Holland, of Nashville, ,
THE TUNER Many were played and deli- for the past few months preparingfor
ORLANDO, FLA. I Tenn., is spending today in Orlando, cious games refreshments were served. the bazar which they are to hold
b J Ir I of the San Juan. U. II
a guest Lord "Get It At Men's
Among those who enjoyed the occa- this afternoon in the offices'of ,
I Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wheeler, of sion were: Duane Tinklepaugh, Mon- & Bradshaw, and their undertaking

Mrs. LeRoy Thompson will enter- Oviedo, were among the welcome visitors roe Patch, Virgil Proctor, Dean Pon- merits success. .

tain the Auction Bridge club Monday -, to Orlando yesterday. der, "Toad" Magruder, William Al- Some time ago the Junior Civic

afternoon, March 30. I Messrs., J. S. Stratton, J. S..Bron- bright, Donald Evans, Joe Mussel- League was instrumental in having

Mrs. Jeanette Munkittrick left!son and James Griffin, prominent citizens white, Wellborn Phillips, E. R. Hanes, 1,000 rose bushes planted in Orlando, .D.DLZI
of Kissimmee, were among the D. D. Daniels, H. Phillips, Celia Sal- and donated 100 bushes to the park.
yesterday for, her home in New York I
after spending several months in the :I business transactors in Orlando yes- omon, Lillian Jones, Eunice Diehl, Today they are taking another step
: terday.Mr. Alice Tiedtke, Margaret Schumann, toward beautifying the city by giving
city. I and Mrs. Geo. E. Wilkinson, Frances Tiedtke, Sophia Lockhart, away plants, bulbs and slips to all

Judge and Mrs. Arthur F. Odlin1 I of Murfreesboro, Tenn., who have Winnie Fischer, Sarah Grant, Frances flower lovers, making the request that .J

arrived in the city yesterday to attend i been visiting points of interest in Tiedtke, Dorothy Chalfant, Frances those who accept them will endeavorto =0= .

the Rosalind birthday celebration -, Florida, arrived in Orlando last nightto McCamy, Clarence McKay, Irving make them grow. .

last evening. visit their friends, Dr. and Mrs.J. Tinklepaugh, Jr., Richard Tucker, Fancy articles and home-made MMMIIMMMIililMMMtmHMtMIMtMitlimt'Fire

Mrs. R. P. Cobb, of the Cathedral N. McElroy, on Lucerne Circle. Miller Phillips, Gerald Mayer, Clai- candy will be placed on sale, and the .

school, and guest, Mrs. Torry, of Phil- Mr. K. V. Krembs, representing the borne Walton, Eloise Larson, Olive money derived will be used for the

adelphia, have returned after a few Hearst publications, was in the city Ford, Helen Gould, Mary Gould, Ger- play ground which they hope to establish ,

days outing at Daytona. yesterday, and paid the Sentinel of- trude Harvey, Violet Douglas, Estella in the near future. ,

Mrs. Henry Bartlett left last night I fice a pleasant call. The publicationsput Linville, Ula Helms, Elese Wescott, '

for St. Petersburg to join Mr. Bartlett -i out by the Hearst factories are Mabel Lundgren, Isabel Rooney, Ern- DEATH OF MRS. 31. C. WOLCOTT Insurance :

who has been indisposed fort numerous, comprising Hearst's Sun- estine Pratt, Clara Blass, Pearl Proc- Mrs. M. C. Wolcott, ,well known to

some days in the Sunshine City. I day American, Hearst's Magazine, tor, Frances Williams, Mabel Mun- many in this vicinity, passed away at .. .

New goods arriving daily in Ladies',; the Cosmopolitan, the Atlanta Geor- son, Clara Harvey, Albert P. Fischer, the home of her son, Mr. 0. G. Wol- 4

men's, misses' and children's wear,I gian, Good Housekeeping.# Harper's Bud Fischer, Marie Floyd. cott, at Lake Charm, Wednesday .4-:
and if money is any object visit H.I I Bazaar. Motor and Motor Boating. evening at 8 o'clock. The funeral 4 !
Kanner's N. Y. Bargain store .
LADIES' AID GAVE AFTERNOONTEA services were held at the home Thurs- 4 !
Mr. J. L. Ferguson, the head of the
PARTY OF VISITORS TO LEAVE : day and the remains laid to rest in s. VT
I
Dixie :Music company, Jacksonville, ..
the Oviedo'cemetery. -
Some of Orlando's winter visitors
was in Orlando yesterday for a while,I I I .
organized a party from Orlando to .'
.1
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
leaving last night for Tampa on busi
Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimoreand ] church gave a tea at Mrs. Musselwhite's Ladies', Misses and Children's ready- lf
to-wear Panama, and trimmed hats ata Phone 172MIMillllMHtttllllMttlliititUt
New York
ness.Mrs. leaving Orlando tonight on Lake Eola, Thursday af
Forrest Lake and Mrs. special reduction at H. Kanners,
on the late train via the Atlantic i ternoon. A good crowd gathered and
2t.
l\Iar-1 N. Y. Bargain Store.
Fitts Barnes of Sanford
garet :
Coast Line.
They were rather
the time was pleasantly 'spent in con-
charter members of the Rosalind club
i
expecting to receive small wooden
a versation and music. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYWill
were the guests of the Summerlin coach, but greatly to their pleasureand The house was tastefully decorated "
.
yesterday.Mr. surprise they learned that a with many beautiful flowers, and the a lady living alone give. room 4 MMIIIMMIMMttttMMf HftlMMIiMMMMHm t
and Mrs. Geo. L Shinn leave ,brand new steel reclining chair car, ladies of the committee wore bunchesof accomodations to a young woman
today for their home in New Egypt, :that generates its own electricity, has sweet peas. alone in the city? Address "Appre-

N. J., after spending the i winter I I arrived at the depot for their use. After the program, which was excellent ciation." Care Sentinel Office.

months at their home at 117 East j'I There is room for a few more people refreshments of cake and 3-28-St. String Beans '

Amelia avenue. : and information about the trip can
I punch were served and then the birth- WANTED-Position by young lady;
Mrs. M. C. Rerdell, of Tampa, is'j' be learned' at the Atlantic Coast Line day cake was cut, and Miss Pughwas experienced bookkeeper and stenog- .
t the house guest of Mrs. J. N. McEI- city or depot ticket offices. the fortunate finder of the dime, rapher; references. Address A. B. B., Fresh supply received daily ,

roy. Mrs. Rerdell formerly made Or- I which was hidden away in the cake. care Sentinel. 3-27-3t j

lando her home, and returned yesterday -II I The many friends of Dr. W. E. The program consisted of vocal WANTED-To rent by year, small

for the purpose of being pres- Driscoll will be delighted to learn selections by Mr. A. P. Curry, Miss house, close in. Rent must be rea- Oranges! Oranges! '
ent at the Rosalind celebration. I|that he is again at his home in Manatee Eliza Wright, Miss Johnnie Smith, sonable. Address A. F. F., Care ,

A big supply of ready-made dresses I!|I after a four months confinement Miss Florida Howard, and instru- Sentinel. 3283t.
for Ladies' Misses and Children at i I in the Florida Sanatarium at Orlan- mental music by :Mrs. J. R. Davis, By dozen or box .
a big reduction at H. Kanner's N. Y. One hundred and sixty acres of fine
i do. While
|I there the doctor under- (,
Miss Divida Lockhart, little Manly
Bargain Store 2t. farm land, near Maning, North Dakota .. '
j,went two operations, which he believes Duckworth, a duet by Lois and Jessie 80 acres under cultivation in "
Mrs. L. B. Garvin and Mrs. D. G.
'I|i will greatly benefit his condi- Pedrick, and a reading by Miss good location. Will trade for orange Fresh : '
Phelps, who have been the Country Eggs
spending tion.-Manatee River Journal. Halstead, and Miss grove or city property. For full par- ., .
winter in Concord Park, left yester a monologue by ticulars address C. ,E.: Piatt, Conway, N Y
Hilda Griffin, which was her own Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw 4 N
way for their homes at Hartford, '
Olive oil and spices. We have the composition.'Eat ,
Conn. .
best. 25 years in the business. Try FOUR ADJOINING LOTS 'in Oak-.

I. us. i McElroy Pharmacy. 3-14-3t, what you want. wood Park now for+ ,$500.00 W. I.
f TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO Eat all want. HIGGINS. r .3-28-6t. 7
you THE SANITARY GROCERY
.
Chiropodist for both men and women NOTICE Take a postscript and forget it. .
Manicure, pedicure, face and The Camp+ Fire Girls will meet at For sale by. all durggists. FOR RENT-Six: room 'furnished
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L the corner of Lake and CathedralAve. l-7-d&w-lyr house. Address W.,B., care Senti- CARUTHERS & GORE
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over ., this morning at 9:15 o'clock for nel 3-28-lW '..,' . +
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-1m their picnic at Fern Creek. Ever Try,our Classified Ads. Phone 200 ." 6 & 8 E. Pine Street 4
LOST-A sleeve button, initials "T. ,
F." Bring to the 'Sentinel. office i
-
- - - - -
8 .11..11"' "IIIIIMIilllllllllMHiiiitMMItlitlMIMMiltMMMtt* and get reward. 33286t. 'A.

t CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
LOST--Small box of jewelry, containing 211t"I.Q..I..I..I.
ring! _and_ other .articles. . . . . . . . . . .. . .. .. ." .
At The _ __ __
Lucerne Today"Vendetta Ring has initials V. D. H. engraved =:=-r.: __ __ -=-=
Reward if returned to Miss Putnamat
office of S. J. Sligh. '3-28-lt MYSTERIOUS TEA j SEED! SEED! SEED!
Garden and field seed DeLaney &
.' The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist'I Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-lf
THE LADIES' AID OF THE METHODIST church announces a "mysterious tea"for !f.. .
CHURCHTo April 1st. They say they want:
an all around good supper nouncement so far beforehand. They j *
a beautiful two reel hand colored Eclectic We are bidding you to come; promise all sorts of fun,, and will Cut Flowers
We are taking no refusals- this menu: t
serve
full of thrills and heart interest. Not one must stay at home. Something Most Needed ROSES, VIOLETS,
Condensed Curd Impertinence
For the chicken-bean supper Mineral Mixture CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
The price is thirty-five, Bathing Appliance Cake
"Just a Song at Twilight a one reel Majestic."Colonel's Cream and cake is extra, Sidewalk Slippers POTTED PLANTS
But only a dime and five. What Babies and Brides Receive
What Our Grannies Used to Card I
At Marion B. Ives' old stand, Sat-
Adopted Daughter reel Long Remembrance
good Bee.
a one Kay urday, March 28, from 5 to 10 o'clock. Love's Request Most Precious
?' 3-24-lw Frigid ConsonantIn Good Wood $1.50
"The Success of Selfishness fine Thanhouser.A the store formerly occupied by
a 3-21-td and $2.25
Ladies who desire correspondencewith M. B. Ives. Better Wood $2
of wealth and refine-
gentletien
I
strong feature and three other good reels five in all. ment send your description and ad- Warman Repairs and Retires Baby Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75
dress to the Metropolitan Exchange, Court street. 125tfOSTEOPATHY
Orlando no fee, Fla.for ladies.There is no 3-22-lwk.publicityand Carriages on I This won't last long,

I Stock up while you can.
Eat what want
you

Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents Children 5 Cents Eat Take all a postscript you want.and forget it. DR. J. CU-OWELL: Orlando Wood 'Yard.

For sale by all druggists. 3-5, and by appointment
Balcony 5 Cents Hours, 10-12, I
: l-T-d&w-lyr No extra charge for house treatment 104 W. Pine St.

Take your repairing to Warman on Telephone connections B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietora "

fllllllllllllllllill ; Court street 12-5-tf Office cor. Orange and Central Aves,J.. .
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STATE PS P ) NOTES I The CIVIC annual LEAdtIE business:meeting NOTICE- of| the PEOP!; ."* \\YA I NTSMUNNIMAfRS I money We insure on real your estate life and at 6*loan per cent you I 'HIIIIIMIIHMMI ..'.''ttllliilliliiiiiiipiiiiiiPPT1 T

J Civic League will be held on Monday interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,I I

(From the r-Gainesville Sun) f afternoon at three o'clock in the So- Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. I

Hani progressing for rosis library. All officers/nd chairmen -I, 'Notiea offl/iet. Anted, 3-25-d&wtf
are rapidly For Sale, For
the spied boat races to be held in St. of committees, will makettheir'M Rent, ete., for this, column 23:ie for one day WANTED-To rent, by the year,I L H. TORLANDO TRAN CO1H

:' Augustine.& yearly officers for reports the,coming and the yearVill election take of!1 25 the 60e*words for advertisement three or days less. or for Money 11.00 this for mast column one ncwirpany week, u, for no I I be cottage close in'of and six rent or seven reasonable.rooms; must Ad-I I u. t

I insertions will be made on credit.I dress J. L D., Sentinel 2.17.2wks;:
place. It is hoped that "mem
x : W. B. Powell has announced the every I FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one i
ber will make a special effort 'be Nt WANTED-Middle age white womanto FLORIDA
first issue of the Clearwater Evening ; acre in bearing orange grove; six help with children good home ,
;
present. 3.27-3t cleared of land
i Sun for May 1. t acres ; part suitable and salary for right party. Address,
for and
ANNIE COLEMAN .CHAPTERU. half gardening mile from city trucking limits on; located public Fla.Mrs. J. S. McCawley, Winter Garden 3-21-6t, J OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174 f

The police force of Jacksonville, I road. Bargain. 'Address M. C. B.,
wishing to assist in the reunion fund, D. C.. care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf WANTED wet nurse, at once.
have subscribed $118.65. An important meeting will beheld F6RRE T-OR-SALE-Good"house, Phone No. 2, J..L Dean. 3-26-51 I '
at the home of Deaconess H. R.f garden and farm land, on Conway

Parkhill, Wednesday afternoon, April chary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. WANTED-Any variety of sweet cN'-
:i Miss Florence Burns, daughter of 'i 13-20-lm-d&w Will e
potato plants. contract at 75c
1st, at 3 o'clock. Business of importance -
the great detective, W. J. Burns, ar- connected with annual I,; FOR-IiENT-5.roolI\, partly: per thousand until June 1st, or will I
rived in Miami a few days ago to state furnished. See Frank Soper, Room! contract at $1.00 per thousand dur- _
3 spend a while with her mother, who I' convention is to be ,"acted upon. A.: 3. McNeill &'Davis Bid*. 2-18-10t ing April. Fred M. Preston, Pine t-
f full attendance is urged.. i' I Castle, Fla. 3-20-d&w-tf
c is spending the winter in the Magic I 'I FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand
;R I! By order of president, Deaconess. l' unimproved land. ,See S. '.
City. 'j I,I H. R. Parkhill. I Bowman,. East Taft, Fla.<: - S.I TRIO OF BLUE RIBBON Sicilian
I'I Buttercup Chickens for sale at cut
i i|i Mrs. E. La Rue Bliss, secretary.". I'I -
prices. $12. stock. Tel.
FOR SALE Ford Tillinghast
M. J. Helms, of Miami, had some '* runabout; bargain
.
3-27-4t if taken at once.. Address Box 594, Ensign 559, ring 4. 3-27-lw
excitement few afternoons
k a ago by
landing a large saw fish fourteen feet BAZAARThe I city. k 3.13.1w I BROWN LEGHORN EGGS for sale; REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN

one Inch in length and weighing 490 Junior Civic League will holda FOR ,SALE-Sour oranges, seed for pure stock; $1 per setting. J. L.I .
pounds. Mr. Helm expects to preserve bazaar Saturday afternoon on )rough planting., Kuhl$1 avenue.per bbl. Addie Kim-I Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla. '* Orlando and Sanford and Intervening

:t the fish. Orange Ave., in the offices of Lord& 3.18-6t.3-27-tf I':

Bradshaw.. Home. .. .made. _candies u and_ Points
I fancy work of all kinds will be on sale i I 1
Plans have been drawn for another' and each purchaser will be presentedwith MMtHMMIMIIIMIIIMIHHIMmiMMIMMIMMM* : Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. QuickService.
new business block which will be a souvenir, which will be a small I f
erected in Miami this summer. The olant The benefit will be for the \ II Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Eola Park play grounds, which fact
second floor of this structure hast One
alone Bungalow Left Sell '
should justify your patronage. to MIIIIMiIOMtHMMMtlMillliiiiiaaiiiiiimiHMIMMIIMMIIM .
I
J. been leased to the Woodmen, and the' All persons having promised any
( specifications for it indicate that it thing, will please leave same at above
offices Friday afternoon time after IIIIIIII'IIII'IIII'
will be- of the finest any
one lodge rooms .
three o'clock. M. J.
DAETWYLER
in the state.fc'f I 3-25-4t. Ii

I I ..THE..
The Miami Metropolis of the 21st WANTED-Ladies to bring their
t says: "Purchase of the GriffingBrothers' I 1 combings to us. Don't destroy Phone 563 Ij .
1 i them. We will make what
you wanlI AltamonteII
tract in block 38, south, by
'I Come and see our stock and-examineour
: J..Austin Hall result I i
yesterday may work. We invite inspection. If
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. in the addition of a park and Chau- you havn't the hair we supply it. Our ywyyyyyy.AA..L.. ..... .111111111...,. >lttlllitlMIIMIMMi
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r} tauqua grounds to the city's park stock is genuine. We make everything II
IJ
to order. We pay cash for
system, according to a statement combings.We FOR SALE
I FOR SALE
J" made public by Mr. Hall today." beg to announce that we have An elegant modern home; four bed Fla
I Springs I IA
Nursery stock, two three and
secured the exclusive agency for the rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- one ,
r Mrs. A. Harrell has let the contract well-known and popular Clow's Knit tricity throughout; fruit trees and I four year old buds; Foster Early, _
Hosiery. Drop card and flowers. I Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-I
us a samples 509 East Central
avenue. 9-mile auto ride from Orlando ( A. C. L R. R.
for the erection of a large up- i will be submitted for your inspection 2-15-tf. I ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle, beautiful on ) J
{ to-date two, story brick building on at your leisure. The goodswe I Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf,; Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Orchestra -
etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful
: her lot in Plant City. The front of handle are the kind that satisfy. I
NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS WANTED FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40
the building is to be of pressed brick, St. 3-23-1, 303 Garland -I week or month; cheap. Phone 571, acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting
H and will present one of the neatest mo WANTED-Two good girls, one for or call at 23 E. Pine street 3-12-lra Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve
the ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
dining and
of room one for
in that
jappearances any city. Buy seed from gen
garden DeLaney
your S
Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
eral housework. FOR
& Abernethy. Just received Apply Mrs. W. C. SALE-$350 worth of new fur
a Temple, Winter Park. Fla. 3-24-tf I niture. Also piano. A bargain.
A two ,story brick business build- big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf -- --- 411 West
-- street. 324lwkA
7 %
1; =Jng is to be erected on Main, just WANTED-Competent white girl for GEORGE E. BATES & SON, PROPRIETORS J

opposite 'Hernando's court house, in SEED! SEED! SEED! Small general family.house work., Sleep home. new six-room two story house with SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND MOUNT VERNON, X. H. J
.d Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Apply :310 Anderson
'Brooksville. .. fireplace, bath room, electric lights
-< street after 10 o'clock I "MMMMMtHMMMtiMMIilimmglllftlMHIHlltMIMIMMMMMMMMMMIIMHi
3-27-3t
* a-.L. io. *. Abernethy,' druggists 3-13-tf a. m.' and city water. Price $1,500. Enquireof

C. W. Rowe, 402 Colonial Drive, i "
"Perfect" is the I I WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto Orlando.
only word that 3-26-3t.
can
Warman Sells
,
and Fixes ,
Bicycles Orlando
I ,good neighborhood,reasonable t
be used fn REAL ESTATE AGENTS, INVESTORS AND HOMESEEKERS
describing the road between on Court street. 12-5-tf distance of schools and church Ford
:FOR SALE-New 1914
'Miami'and Palm Beach in the Must be land run
es.
I good suitable for
about. Owner leaving city. Bur
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t opinion of J, E. T. Bowden of Jacksonville i trucking and poultry raising. Prefer !ton Preston, New Seminole hotel,
,who'writes the Jacksonville till II II Jill IIIII II1II II"* I place with out buildings, but not absolutely -I Winter Park. Particulars at Ford ATTENTION

fs f Metropolis,that "the road from about i Give full necessary particulars if to price B. is R. Montgomery right. garage- Orlando.- -- -3-27-3t !

ten miles north of Palm Beach to I For Sale 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jacksonville ROOMS for light housekeeping; summer .

Miami; a distance of 85 or 90 miles, Fla. 3-16 tf rates. 307 East Pine street. .

Is thefine.st* road I ever saw."-Miami t 'WANTED Neat !3-26-6t .. I offer for $1,900, two-story, six-room cottage, with rose
accurate, willing : house and shed. Located at 307 West Street, north. Close in; near
:. 'i.Metropolis, ..-.- ....&... .,.- i stenographer, two years experience WHITE 'WYANDOTTE EGGS for Park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also six-room bungalow; oil
", : Modern 8-room can furnish good reference, desires sale; Fischel strain; $1 per setting.J. finish, double verandas. Special heating and bath room facilities.
The Plant position. Willing to begin on L Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla.327tf basement, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry -
Courier
City says: "Plant 1 1 House 2 doors ; moderate salary. Now employed. Large or, roomy furnace. .Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
;% City berry growers are now making Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla. Price $2,200., These lots
avenue.
House fronts
W on Ridgewood
\t a"whirlwind finish of the best straw i I west of Wyoming -i 3-21-lwk W. T. ENTRICAN. connect at the corners, with rose house between. I offer the
'" berry season ever known in this sec- LOOK-$850! buys five adjoining lots. Offers to Orlando the newest and best whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission. Open to all

lion,,':where berries have been grown i | Hotel. Bargain : W. I. Higgins, corner Marks and of workmanship in the painting and

t .!()market in large quantities for the Ivanhoe streets. 3-21-Gt decorating 1-21-lm trade. Phone 636. E.. TS-T. :. COY'

past twenty years. Not only has the -
H WANTED-Position as chauffeur, by Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em .
*
K r\ yield been,heavy but the prices have steady, reliable man. Willing to on Court street. 12-5-tf [ 307 WEST STREET, NORTH ORLANDO, FLA.
\\k been several cents' higher per quart go anywhere. Address "Chauffeur '
thad is usually paid. 579,790 quarts! I A. L. Bentley | care of Morning Sentinel. 3-26-lw t4 i+IMIiMIHMMttMMMM !
WANTED-25 family washings at

t t have this aggregate season been ;of shipped netting$129,535.74.from the "growers Plant City an'i jMil. I' ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUE In Seeds buying 25 are YEARS'good.and selling EXPERIENCE McElroy Seeds.Pharmacy.Our 3-8-Laundry.once, from Phone 50 654.cents Rolla up. Reel.Home kE&ti I & i S SENTINEL[ [ fOR Il [ NfW

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HOTEL H

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r 100 Rooms AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN New and Modern

FRONTS ON THREE STREETS. ROOMS 75c, $1.00 AND -L__ t
Electnc&erator-Steam Heat, Baths-Hot and Cold Water la Each Room :
$1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c. { :

Cut Rates to January I, 1915 '
_-*-.* ... .._ +. -,,:_..._' J. MAGRUDER, Prop-
Meals, 50c. ... .
R $6 00 ttt week. 58.00 per week. Board and Room b.the 54 ROOMS FOR
OAK LODGE, LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.NICE .
$30.00 month. : if
month.
$20.00 per, per month $50.00.Orlando.
AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to' n

J. B. MAGRUDER, Prep. I Fla. $5.00PER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS t

'I. $20,00 to $24.00 A MONTH. t

!t J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop 5
A NICE 7.PASSEXGER CAR FOR
"' HIRE. MEETS THE TRAINS- o .

FREE FOR THE HOTELS. . . : OFFICE AT EMPIRE HOTEL .'- TELEPHONE-. 273


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THE HEN-PECKED MAN SAID MiMIMMMIHMMIMIllliiiiiii" , , ,. HUM*
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The skirts are to be tighter this

summer.get bitten Well by a, if mosquito a girl ,happens she won'tbe to I 1 THE MARKETOf


bite.able to get -her-skirt .on. ...over SAnd the IWB E ARE THB rB rLB Houes W allteI Cleanliness Of Quality


after all, it isn't the tight
skirts that attract our attention, it is I We, have a number of dents : ,...:.' FRESH AND SALT MEATS e'r

the motive power. That Have Made Good I who want furnished and unfurnished I- FISH AND GAME

Every girl believes that when she : houses for the summer Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
WHY? BECAUSE EXPERIENCE HAS TAUGHT US I.
gets married her husband will tell ;I and by the Owners having
her what they do at the lodge of HOW TO MAKE FORMULAS THAT SUIT ALL CON- year. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh \

which he is a member. DITIONS FOR BOTH ORANGE TREES AND VEGE- such properties to rent are and pure.

TABLES. NOW IS THE TIME TO FERTILIZE requested to se us'at once. We
After a man reaches the top he % We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

'always forgets those who helped to lok after your properties, collect everything in the Meat Line.

hold the ladder for him. Tile S0utlierIl 'r rtili l Co1 the rents and make monthly! settlements -

laid Some away.excuses But grow the rusty oldest and excuse are, zer r with ;you. ... The PARLOR MARKET

blaming the woman, is always in ,
good working order. ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA Cooper & Atha j H. M. Self & Co.


Don't be ashamed of your enemies. __ u. lit South Orange Ave., Ground. Floor PINE STREET
There is something wrong about a I i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiei
-1111. Phone No. 311
man who is liked by everybody. .11f Phone No. 80 t

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MANY SOUTHERNERS QUALIFY .
FOR CONSULAR SERVICE t

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Washington, March 25.-Numerous JL/ IMIIIIIIMIIIMIHIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIW. " "IIIIIIIIIIIIII '
Southerners qualified for appointment <
to the consular service in recent examinations
according to a list given z

out here today. It includes: Just arrived car load M. J.
SLEMONS -
Alabama-Henry II. Balch, George
K. Donald. FORDS for immediate .

Virginia-Wm. A. Bickers, Ernest 4
X. Ives. delivery.Get 4;


Texas-Benajah Georgia Walter F.H.Boyle.Carroll, Jr., yours nowF. \ New Goods Arriving Daily

Henry C. Von Struve. ,
t Oklahoma-Thomas D. Davis. G. RUSE, ..
Mississippi-John Ashford Gore. .
Florida-Edwin Carl Kemp. Phone 226 + .

Louisiana-Thomas B. L. Layton, r .. .
Livingston T. Mays. *
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South Carolina-Samuel Hamilton We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. .
Wiley. ,
made by Schloss Bres., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
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Kentucky-John J. C. Watson. rt

Southerners who qualified for appointment Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. I.
as consular. assistants 'or
students interpreters were: Pants and Overalls made by.swe t, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

Kentucky-Charles E. AUe & Co. .. _0. Best place in the city to trade.MOSLEMONS .
Texas-Donald M. Ingram.

Virginia-Carl M. J. von Zielinski.
Tennessee-Robert Kern Williams.
North Carolina-E. Harrison Y cl- _
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WILL NOT OPEN FLORIDA PORTSTO To the West and NorthwestVIA H .. .

CATTLE ORANGE AVENUE

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Washington, March 26.-F. T. ..1111111111111'1--11111111111111111111111111111111111I'111. 1 lilt I. " d
Lykes, of Tampa, has lost out in his DIXlf LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND -
mission of securing an amendment
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED o ; 0
allowing the importation of cattle

v, into Amerrfa.Florida He from conferred Central today and South with Limited.Dixie Dixie Firer SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED. .mmm'')' =mn= OWL, /, OI =;:mmmmmuu;: ; : =8

officials of the department of agri- I ............ .. ... .
Lv Orlando, A. C. L..12:31 am 3:13 pm v Orlando .. ........ 3:13 pmr ... .." III ,
culture, who took the position that Jacksonville, A. C. 1..... 6:45am '7:30 pm r Jacksonville ..................... '7:30 pm ,. ,1111111111111
while, they would like to y Jacksonville A. C. L... :I.n; 8:25pm y Jacksonville, A. C. 1. ........... 8:15PM
open the ............
v War ro s. A. C. L..ll am 10:%5 pm v War l'OS5. A. C. L. .10:20 pmr
way to reducing the cost of living by Macon G. S. It F....... 5:13 pm 415 am r Macon G. S. &: F. .............. 3:46 am PLEASURE WITH.A.GAS
A RANGEIf
r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am r Atlanta C. of Ga .............. 7:12 am MAKE COOKING
making beef plentiful, they could not r Knoxville, L. &: N. ..............1I9pmr
take chance the r Chattanooga W. &: A..12:1Sam ll:55 am &: N. ................
a on possible spreadof Nashrille. N. C. &: SL L. 4:50am 4:30pm r LouISville, L. &: N. .............. 3:16:: 11m pm you do your cooking with a gas range you .
the cattle tick. Ar SL Loos L c. &: 1.&:N. %:50 pm '7:%0 am r Indianapolis Da. 1. ..to......Ie 1:50 am can appreciate the PLEASURE of cooking be- r

The man who nice ofa Ar Hopkinarille, L. 01; N........... 6Z'Z pm Ar Ar Lexington Cincinaati! 1.L. &N.01; N.......................... 6 8:50:50 pm pm cause you;have no wood or ashes to carry and
says things Ar Evansville, L. &: N..... 9:28 am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. &: L ..........1%:20 pm nothing to dirty up the kitchen.All .
man who is knocking him is the Ar Terre Haute C. &: E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am _Grand_ Rapids, G. R. &: L ....... %:Upm I
true man with the right method.A Ar_Chicago. C. &: E. L..... 6:50pm 6i50am r Cleveland Big Four .......-..-.... 7:15am-- you have to do is to strike a match and

I I DIXIE LIMITED I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED turn a valve and the fire is as hot as if it had
FULL MOON Solid train composed of section drawing- Solid train composed of electric lighted been going an hour. Then, too, you don't have to
Now is the time to buy your gar- can room and sleeping dining can car between observation Jacksonville compartment and drawing-room Pullman sleeping ear and coaches worry about getting the fire too hot or too low
3-13-tf den seed from DeLaney & Abernethy. Chicago, and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and because the gas fire is always the same regardless -
ar between Jacksonville and St LomaDIXIE
Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapolis; of weather or other conditions.If .
FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN Solid train carrying electric lighted come Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping ear between
I you do not cook with gas it will pay you
artment observation sleepers and electlie
Jacksonville and Grand Rapids
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or on Mondays
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First. let in
to home
us put a range your on thirty
and
"News" sightseeing automobiles lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining far
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati days' trial. .If it is not all we claim for it, your
Lookout Mountain Point Park
for ,
money will be refunded.
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
I'F R TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION, WRITE OR CALL ON I
Ridge and historical points. For res- R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. GAS DEPARTMENT
ervations, address 910 Market street Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando
3-3-Apr.23

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k'I I T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone Subscribe for the Sentinel. .

Orlando. 3-5-tf
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: Norfolk, Va., March 27.-With :the ,
: :I explosion! of 360 pounds of gun cotton I I II
',' -- I at 4:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon, .
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.- '''''. : the mast of the Old Dominion steamer -
: Monroe, sunk on the morning of --
r : January, by collision with the ===

r. '- : Merchants and Miners ship Nantucket Bete Tki Grdfitis J r
i TIlESTATEBAiNKOFORLWDO I off the Virginia coast just north of { \ ( -
: Hog Island, disappeared. The hulk
: of the sunken ship is no longer a| ;
i ; menace to navigation. It had been ; 4
.. r.r I thought possible that some of the -
: forty-one bodies that went down in
t ; :f the wreck might be brought to the -- .. i" .
fa : surface, but the statements of divers ... :: lYlemoy( in ilia\ Bankylicn ) ,'.
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t : that no bodies were in the wreckage .
i I were borne out. .
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Chiswell of the 4I'4JAS4 T
Captain Onondaga, _
LONG ESTAPLISHEDSAFE.CON5WVATIVE.ACCOMMODATING : has been instructed to remove the :
: wreckage to a depth of 42 feet in or-I{
; ,, der to make it safe for the largest 14 yon have money you do not need credit __
vessels to pass over. After four explosions -

t BUILDING YOUR CREDIT in which fourteen mines, although it v/ill lie offered you t
each containing sixty pounds of gun

Every progressive young merchant desires to estab- cotton, were used, it was found by I ..
lish good credit. I soundings and diver inspection that = I .
I the shallowest point over the wreck-
/ An account with this strong, well known bank is a age showed a depth of nine fathoms,
Open a Dank account today\ and) increase your
4. great aid to one's financial standing, and its service is fifty-four feet. '
The first explosion carried away
helpful. Checking accounts are invited. the deck house and light wood work, balance each week, and soon you Hill have a substantial ---
two mines being used. The second
i ,>1 shot was with six mines and was directed -I i amount. '
I-I at the filey hatch, the heavy
steel structure surrounding the smoke
I stack. This explosion was exceed-
ingly spectacular, water being hurled I

. r State, County and City Depositary first high be shot in removed the of air.two but mines Nothing the mast failed remainedto and to the ac- iI! JIDB@ll>>n t j\l I tll mH:11( : ( tok!


.' I complish it. A second shot at the
a I mast, this time four mines being !IE "It Is a pleasure to serve you" '
]I used, entirely removed the large steel
stick.A .
thorough "sweeping" over the
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j' : 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. hull and.an examination by the diver :'
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..I I was then made, after which the Onondaga -
** MR. AND MRS. LEGE ENTERfti and Mrs. Shinn, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I started for Norfolk, She ar- , : "', ," , ., 1"" ,' , ", :,, : I 'f 'I ', : "I'" '' 1:1: :,: -" ,; =- -="..
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THIN AT CARDS Cooks, Mr. and Mrs..S. E. Ives, Jr.,t rived in the Roads at 3:30 o'clock andI =.U'I"I'II':!.''Ii"'""',,1"1"!'",:,'': "I",111"':,"'"'-''':''I:,'':'","UI'I' ,"''Hlh'iJ':< '1'1' .,""j ,I!: ,'i'
Dr. to Norfolk this ,
and Mrs. Merck, Mr. and Mrs. C.I proceeded morning ------- Ill 'r:1
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lege enter- E. Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. Bansh- arriving here,at 830. --
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r' 4 tained very pleasantly at cards last bach, Mrs. Deming, Misses Grace and I ing, but had to discontinue them tem-I "GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS" TONIGHT !!I means a yell every second he is on
;; evening in honor of Senator and Mrs. Elsie Cooks, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bum- WE ORIGINATE-OTHERS FORGET porarily during that "mix up," but we I :j the stage. The entire company shows
'" Geo. Shinn, of New Jersey, five tables by, and Mr. Richard Cooks. are "coming back" now with a rush, I The play. last night, "The Prodlgal's -!! to advantage in this play, the feature
i-;? of' players having an interesting contest In re-inaugurating our Saturday as will be shown by our display ad- I I Return," was a homespun com- :!1 of the week's repertoire.

t' over "five hundred." IN PRINTING After-Supper Sale, we have made our vertisement. I edy in three acts, and was neatly
,A dainty Japanese fan was awarded The Sentinel will give you the prac- best possible special by giving to the YOWELL-DUCKWORTH. CO. handled by the Peruchi-Gypzene com' Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cheney have
i the highest score made by the ladies tical thing and it will be of a dignityand public something overv 1,000 yards, including 3-27-lt pany. There will be a matinee to- issued cards announcing the marriageof
e the gentleman's prize being a style that will please you. We've about fifty of the latest pat- I day at 3 p. m.; adults, 20 cents, chil- their daughter, Glenn Alexander,
A: convenient traveler's coat hanger. got the equipment; we've got the experience terns, of ginghams, for the ridicu-" Plans are being made for an aviation I dren 10 cents. Tonight the company to Douglass Rion Ellerbe, Wednesday,
r A quantity of beautiful roses and we will deliver the job lously low price of 5 cents per s rd. meet to be held in Key West will present their first real comedy, March 25. The popular young couple
f adorned the rooms, adding to theevening's on time and in perfect order. Try This is ,the gingham you have been I this spring. I"Girls Will Be Girls," ,and a laugh will be at home after May 1, at 702
t' pleasures. us. Phone 24. buying for 121-2 cents for the past every minute is guaranteed. Several Broadway, Orlando.
.x., After the games, delicious cake ofseierai few weeks at our store, and is abso-I I The Florida Funeral Directors' as I musical numbers will be introduced
,r kinds, ice cream, wafers, can The Sentinel want ads find tenants lutely new and fresh. It will be remembered -. sociation will meet in Jacksonville for besides Peruchi will be seen as Doodle Shoes,. Shoes Shoes, of all kinds
dies and nuts were served. for houses or rooms every day. Let that we conducted these its annual convention on May 12, 13 his first real comedy part this for ladies, men, misses and !children -
,, Among those for Saturday and Monday at H.
present were Senator them help you. sales very successfully before mov- and 14. week, and one of his favorites, which Kanner's N. Y. Bargain Store. 2t

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; 1 ): In offering this sale, the first of its kind given by us for some time, we

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0 Specials, 7.30 to 9 o'clock only Our Specials, 730 to9 o'clock ,only
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UTILITY GINGHAMS (first floor GENTS' FURNISHINGS (first floor)

That big lot that you have been paying 12 1-2 cnts.for, s This very attractive department has also been invaded and

.;, r something like fifty patterns to choose from. Brand-new 'goods. "l. between the hours of 7:30 to 9:00, 50 and 75 cent ties will go
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: For 'Sale 5 cents \ ,
*&3 ., ,."i For this Sale 39 cents
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$ .,0:. -.::.H : .,. I DRIP PANS (Third floor) %*"
LADIES' WAISTS (Second floor) >.' .
rf "': fe Away up on the 3rd floor, Mr. Hurlburt wishes to let it be t+ **
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 '. ':' lOc Values for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. 5c.
r in Voiles, Crepes and Batistes 20c Values for . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . lOc.

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For This Sale 79 cents

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