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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 29, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00367
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
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'f,The' news ,of'the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.




VOLUME TWO.1 ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1914. NUMBER 41. .





: KN WMAKES SEVEREATTACK'' REGISTRATION[ IWO THOUSAND REACHING-OUT U[ MARK mR I IXumber I,I I COMPLETION I IS NOW OF!SEWER SIGHT[ SYSTEM Y [ i FEDERALS l LOSE E HEAVILY r IN I IClaims SORTIE






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DemocratsThe Come About May 1 -
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CHARGES. SECRET, VISITS WfKIWA[ / ASSOCIATION H HOLDING STETSON MANAGER SAYS THAT FIERCE FIGHTING ABOUT
the
registration list is reachingout The completion of sewer systems

4 TO, WHITE HOUSE BY INTERESTING[ [ MEETINGS[ S for the two thousand mark, and in sight, and the main arteries will ROLLINSYON'T' PLAY TORREON CONTINUES

A BRITISH ATTACHE it hoped by some that this total will be completed by May 1. There is always AFTER NIGHT

,- be realized but this is a somewhat a condition to go with such pre

Services Being Conducted by Distin forlorn hope. Unless the electors dictions, and in this case the condition That Series Has Not Decided

get on the list faster and more nu- is this: If the work goes for-
SAUTESGREYASGREATDIPLOMAT[ guished Preachers of Denomination State Championship as ClaimedBy GfN. VillA'S IRON DETERMINATION
merously during the fifteen days ward for the next month with the
.. at Apopka Church Rollins
from the first to the fifteenth of same speed that has been made during -

than have since the fif- the months the
THE April they past two system
DEBATE ,OVER REPEAL OF TO TAKE TIlE CITY URGES HIS
FREE TOLLS EXEMPTION The Wekiwa Baptist association is teenth of March the books will close will be completed by that time. Manager J. H. Swink of the Stetson

CLAUSE GROWS BITTER holding a series of interesting services with less than 1800 names on the For two months past the conractors -'! baseball team, has the following SOLDIERS TO THE MOST

: AS IT PROCEEDS at Apopka church, having begun have completed four miles of pipeline communication in Saturday's Tampa DESERATE FIGHTINGOF
.L # rolls.Up
Friday evening. The Sunday services to yesterday the supervisor, each month. More than twenty Times: THE CAMPAIGN
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'Washington, March' 28.-Special.( ) today will bring the series to a close. Mr. Frank H. Williams, had placed miles of the system is now in the DeLand, Fla., March 28.The

.. Rev. William Stone, of Oviedo, 1702 names on the lists, some sixty ground and covered over, and but little games between Rollins and Stetsonare
ThesCnsation of debate
today's on
| Gomez Palacio, Mex., March 28.-
*Wilson's,bill for the repeal of the free preached Friday evening. Rev. Dr. only having been enrolled since more than four miles remains to tied up, each school having won (Special.-Three) hundred federals of

A. J. Holt of Kissimmee the March This I two in series of four. Stetson -
tolls'clause the Know- was 15. is slow progress inview be done. games a
X ; was ,speech by 1,500 men comprising the commandof
r and California. minister in charge' of the services of the fact that at least 1500 Unusually good work has been done challenged Rollins to play
of
a. ,
Federal General Benjamin Argu-
l "He, cited dates of alleged secret there yeserday, and Rev. Dr. S. B. eligible voters remain in the county during the past week The Orange off, but the latter absolutely refused.I I mendo were killed on the outskirtsof

-:;.. visits to the president made by Sir Rogers, of Gainesville, secretary ofthe who haven't yet visited the registration avenue line from Central to Jeffersonwas The Stetson manager offered to play Torreon in a daring sortie this

,* Edward_ Tyrrell, private secretary of state association of Baptists, will office. connected up yesterday, and the at any time or place that was convenient morning.

the British minister and preach today at 11 o'clock.A Mr. Williams has made the follow- Pine street line was advanced two to Rollins and still Rollins refused -
fr; foreign ,
quoted'concurrent facts to the number of Baptists from other ing interesting classification of the blocks in the center of town. The to play. Making a sudden dash from the
prove
,administration's' policy of requiring churches will be in attendance, among voters who registered up to March Central avenue line was brought to Now, baseball fans of the state of smelter of the Metallurgical associa-

( them :Mr. W. H. Brokaw and Florida isn't that the [ tion the federal division attemptedto
American tolls being 15: Orange, and next week will be car- same as a
coastwise
", ships to pay of Orlando and Mr. H. D. I II I feit of the fifth or-I cut its way through he lines of the
:through the canal had been formed family, O W ::c w :; ried to the railroad, where it will con- game to
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,since, -the dates of these visits. Geiger, of Kissimmee. The assemblyis n *?a '.i. o &o 3 O i nect with the other end of that line. 'ollins claims that they are not going -,constitutionalists.The

k Knowland then attacked Secretary known on this occasion as the Fifth S. +H r! The Church and Pine street lines will to play the tie off this year because rebels concentrated their fire

' and from Sunday Meeting of the Wekiwa Baptist be similarly advanced. No sewer line Stetson would not play the tie on the attacking columns, forced the
; 'Bry no:) quoted a speech
made,' the at Association. Orlando No. 1 __431 38 3 4 2 1 will be laid on Orange avenue be- last year. They say they are goingto I federals back into the city proper and
by secretary Washington
Orlando No. 2 __255 37 __ 2 4 1
tween Central and Church, but will give us a cloak of the same color!I i took possession of the smelter, whichis
; Park, ft." -:May 13th, 1913, in Winter Park ___ 33 39 18 __ 1 _.
which Bryan upheld the sacredness of Maitland ______ 23 10 2 __ __ __ be put in the alleys behind the busi- to wear this year. Be that as it may,I II now held by the rebels.

'c! 3A the- > platform.. l LONE[ BANDIT H MOLDS ur T TRAIN Lockhart ______ 37 __ __ 1.__ __ ness buildings on each side of the won't sat, because I am not sure of The field was strewn with dead and
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72 _
Apopka 311
street. This decided for the facts in to last I
iIs regard as of the
i JtnQwland concluded by saluting Bay Ridge ____::_ 23 __ __ __ __ __ was upon year dying, the encounter being one
: '? Sir:"''Edward Grey as "the' 'greatestlv'dfplomat AND GUS AWAY WITH l LOOT T Zellwood ______ 36 6 __ 1 __ __ two reasons, the first being to avoid was not the manager, yet I did playon bloodiest of the six days fight

: :I \ of the age." Clarcona ______ 11 73 __ __ __ the reversing of all the plumbing in the team and I am sure the team Tonight the rebels made another

ty* ;;1i1. : Ocoee _________ 59 5 __ __ __ __ the stores which would have been nec- wanted to play. I told Mr. Mason, furious attack on Torreon, having
p" Winter Garden__ __ __ __ __
Express Train From Jacksonville Is 103 5 the Rollins that the teams
to make connection with the
t. Confident essary manager, rested most of the day in preparationfor
Administration Forces
Oakland _______ 35 14 ._ __ __ __
}_ lH,4 t.\( tyashington, March 28.-Fighting Robbed of $40,000 in the Heartof Orange Center_ 26 15 __ __ __ __ sewer if it had been run in front of were different, managers were the night assault. Burning buildings -

,'oven repeal of the Panama tolls exemption Columbia Gotha _________ 33 2 __ 3 __ __ the stores instead of to the rear, and changed, and whether we refused to served as giant torches to light
.! l Taft ___________ 23 27 3 __ 1 __ '
last
the other not
H reason was to keep from play year or we were ready the streets where the fighting was
renewed in the house to-
was Pine Castle ____ 49 3 __ __ __ __
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'... .'.r:1.t.:: .'-.:W h ere administration' supporters, Columbia, S. C., March 28. (Spe- Conway _______ 40 15 1 __ __ __ tearing up Orange avenue betweenthe and anxious to play this yar. Mr. going on.

.J 'flilslied by their victory in the open-: Ft. Xmas ______ 23 __ _: __ __ __ two streets mentioned.Mr. Mason still persisted in saying no. "I intend to take Torreon tonightno

+ 1in tartest cia1.-The Seaboard train northbound I Pickett ________ 22I __ __ __ __ Henry Harvey of the contract- I noticed in the Tampa Times and matter at what cost," said Villa

j !: /sterday, predicted they > from Columbia this afternoon Fish __________ 27 4 __ __ __ __ ing firm stated last night that he in the Tampa Tribune of Saturday
'? win, when a vote is taken on was this afternoon.His .
r : lould held at Elmwood almost - - -
was up avenue, much pleased with the progress of March 21, that Rollins claims the losses have been severe and he
2 T the repeal, bill early next week. The in the heart of the fashionable Totals _____1361 234 31 12 10I
a- "%contest' in'the house today was large- residence district and the work at present If it had been state championship, after they had is eager to end the prolonged battle

,{-1 ly of an oratorical character, alt taken from the $40,000 was WILL FORM CLUB FOR HOMEBUILDING possible to make such progress at the defeated Stetson 5-3 on Friday. Rol: regardless of hazards.

"though administration and anti-ad- express car. ON LAKE CONWAYMr. beginning of the work there would lins did not mention anything con- The constitutionalists continued the
The sheriff's is in of
,ministration supporters continued ef- posse pursuit have been no delay, he said. cerning Saturday's game, when as a attack on Torreon all Friday night,
fI the bandits. _
,*'Li f ,forts to strengthen their forces for The train robbed was the Northern 1 Lloyd S. Tenny and Mr. Chas. matter of fact, we were in Winter I preferring to continue the battle in

J'y 'h e.final struggle. P. Dow have purchased a beautiful Park and two games were scheduled, the cool hours rather than in the heat ..
No.2 from Jacksonville. I
t" v The, alignment of the contending There[Express was, only ,one robber connected hammock on Lake Conway which theyare NOTED WRITER[ Will flY FROM Friday and Saturday. We did play' of the day. Besides, Villa believes

going to parcel out ten or Saturday and won. This in itself i his losses will be smaller if he attacks -
: forces in the house remained practically among
with the He is
hold-up. supposed to I
unchanged today. Representative have gotten aboard the train at the twelve of their friends similarly inclined PETERSBURG[ 10 NfW Y YORK seems as if it is intended to misleadthe under shelter of night

Adamson, leading the fight for depot and when it slowed at Elm- for the building of summer people of the state. They misrepresented Several strategic points about Tor-
up '
the repeal, declared the Sims bill wood he into the camps. The tract contains twelve the facts and in fact were reon and in the outskirts of the city

would pass by a large majority. He crossing covered the went with express acres jutting out into the lake, so Tony Jannus to Take Sewell Ford as not fair to Stetson. I want to ,ask' have been taken by rebels, but it
car,
messenger
predicted that yesterday's vote on the that; a delightful breeze is sweepingover Passenger on His Trip the privilege of placing Stetson's po- : seems certain that there is desperate
his revolver and him
compelled to
s I adoption of the special rule for theE open the safe. the peninsular almost always. Up the Coast sition in the columns cf your news-i fighting ahead, as General Refugio

consideration of the bill to repeal the The and the One side shows a sandy beach, par- paper. I' Velasco, commander of the federals,
messenger complied,
Panama tolls exemption-207 to 176 ticularly suitable for bathing, and for There are other reasons and good is firmly entrenched in the town,and
robber took
the'package of money Clearwater, Fla., March 28.-
-would be materially increased in miles around the fishing in Lake Con- reasons that Stetson claims the state appears to have inspired his soldiers
and "
escaped. "Shorty McCabe in the Air "Tonyas
She has defeated '
favor of'the repeal forces when the way is good. The place is a perfect I championship. with new courage.
The mail pouches, said to have con- a Sea Gull," ,will be a series of
,bill was finally voted upon. beauty spot. The tall live oaks, some Southern college three out of four Villa has been very active today,
tained several of
packages money, short stories written by Sewell Ford
Representative Underwood, the ma- covered with jasmine and others with games, and Southern college defeated but insists that his officers and men
were not touched. during the summer if Tony Jannuscan
jority leader; Representative Mann, moss, give a cathedral grandeur to Columbia four straight games, thus get as much rest as possible. He
the noted author of hum-
assure
the minority leader; Representative the place, and it is indeed an ideal eliminating Columbia from the cham- made elaborate plans for the night
Seaboard officials said at midnightthat orous sketches that a trip by airboat ,
Fitzgerald, and other prominent mem- location for the purposes in view. pionship claims. Not only that, but attack and was in conference much of -
the taken the banditwas
package by from St. Petersburg to New York
ber leading the fight against the administration Messrs. Tenny and Dow do not expectto Southern college defeated the Univer- the time with men who are thoroughly --
of no value, and that no money; will be nothing serious. No, thisisn't
4f forces, continued today make a real estate or speculative sity of Florida two straight games, familiar with every foot of the ,
was !ost.SfARS a joke. Tony Jannus met Sewel!
to bring every effort to bear againstthe proposition from their ownership of the only games that the University of city.
Ford, who is now a resident of Clearwater -
Florida with the state schools.
plays
Simi bill.Administration. the property. They wish to secure (

supporters in the MUCH H [ENCOURAGED O [D IN the co-operation of a few others to during the winter months, at Stetson has defeated the Kentucky,
the Belleview hotel last evening and
institute three
senate have increased their activityin build log camps around on the penin- Military straight MARK WHITE'S B BODY WIll REACH[
set before him his plans to drive his ,
the tolls repeal fight They pro- RACE[ f FOR R CONGRESS[ sular, with a central club house where games, Keewatin two straight games,
airboat from St. Petersburg to New
and also other
the meals will be teams not representing ORLANDO MONDAY
ceed on assumption that the Sims provided. A part of the
York city. He invited Mr. Ford to
repeal bill will pass the house by plan is to give living quarters and a colleges.
Osceola County Man Visits Orlando accompany him, so that Ford could Now, ''as to Rollins, who have they
Tuesday night or early Wednesdayand ; garden to a keeper and his family;
have abandoned the effort to in: and Meets- Many Friends Who who shall be always present when 1 I get material for a story of a trip by beaten? They haven't played but one News Received By Parents of Young
air. Mr. Ford that if he made
duce the interoceanic canal committee Will Support Him their services are needed to take 1 replied college in the state besides Stetson, Man That He Died Under
the trip he certainly would have it
to begin consideration of the issue charge of the mess hall. The peninsular namely Columbia college. They defeated OperationNews
over all other authors as he would
r/ before the measure reaches the is on the opposite side of the I Columbia four straight games,
senate.Yesterday's. Hon. W. J. Sears, of Kissimmee, absorb enough "atmosphere" to last but as a matter of fact Columbia T
lake from the "Bee-gi-woo-che" ,
camp I him the rest of his days, with received Mr. J. W.
's candidate for congress from the some college had not won a college game was by
administration victoryin and is just twenty minutes ride from
the house has given rise to expec- fourth district, of which Orange is a town. When the brick roads are :I to spare. Mr. Jannus set forth his th is year, and from this we infer that White, father of Mark White, who -1

tations part under the redistricting law, was plans in detail, accompanied by maps their team is weak. died at Ancon, Panama, recently, that
built
it
will be
by repeal champions in the just a pleasant little
in the city )yesterday., and charts of air currents, and Mr. Now that you know the facts as his son died under an ,operation for ,_
senate that the
canals committee will ride from the city. The owners do o'
Mr. Sears carried a package of Ford is contemplating the trip with they really are, is Rollins or is Stet- cancer of the kidney.
favorably report the bill nothwith- not intend to permit the removal ofa
handsome all seriousness. His aspirations have Funeral services were held at An-
photographs of himself son the state champions? We leave
standing the influence
of its chair- tree: or allow the natural beauty to
under one arm and a satisfied smileon never been as high as this before, that with you as honest and just citizens con :March 21, in which Masons and
man Senator O'Gorman be
leading disturbed. It is one of the dream
his face.' He has just returned I except in a literary way, and even of Florida. the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers -
Democratic opponent of the president's places of Florida and one who
any
from a visit down the East Coast, and i I now he feels that he may be takingI of which the deceased was a
policy in the senate. Senator may secure a camping place there I
O'Gorman will not call the committee says he is much encouraged."If will be fortunate. I I an undue advantage of his brother I ONE KILLED AND EIGHT INJURED member, took part The remainswere

the other candidates are receiv- i{ artists as he might get the drop on IN TRAIN WRECK shipped on the steamer Panamato
together until the
repeal is disposed -]
ing as much I them. New York, and arrived there
encouragement
as am,
of in the house.
The fact that NOTED WAR NURSE DEAD
Senator O'Gorman is waiting the return said Mr. Sears, "they all must feel Mobile, Ala., March 28.-SpeciaL( ) I Mr. Jannus after he arrives at West Liberty, 0., March 28.-Spe-( March 27. {:
like I i New York, will attempt to cross the A from New York
of Senator Crawford of South do, and that is mighty good. Madame Rasane Letendl, a noted dal.-One woman was killed and telegram yesterday

Dakota gives rise to belief that Mr. Unless I am badly mistaken I am go- Confederate war nurse who was res-I Atlantic in a machine of the same eight others were seriously injured I states that the' body was ,

O'Gorman expects Senator Crawford ing to be elected. The fact is, I cued half dead on a floating door in pattern now used at St. Petersburg, when the south bound Big Four passenger -I shipped from there by express over

to vote against the repeal bill. Sen- couldn't have received much greater the Galveston flood, after losing a but built on a larger.scale. Mr. Ford train was ditched here this i, the Baltimore & Ohio railroad at 9:53

ator Simmons of North Carolina, who encouragement than has been givenme. fortune, died here today, aged 82. I'says that he did not ask about the afternoon. The train was bound from!i Friday evening, and will arrive in Y
." details of this trip because Mr. Jan-
,
announced he would support the repeal Detroit to Cincinnati. Spreading Orlando Monday morning. Arrangements
Mr. Sears nus had been kind to.him to ask I' the funeral 'will not be
is- out of town motored from Kissimmee very rails caused the accident. for
owing to ill health DEATH OF LOUIS SHULTZ 'I I
and unless he should yesterday and returned in the even- him to accompany him as far as New made until the body reaches this city.
return before Louis Shultz, 42, who had been
the'committee acts it might be im- ing. He was accompanied by Mrs. employed as general house man at York, and he did not want to refuse. An organization with the title Fishermen's -

Sears and little Joe, besides Mrs. The Gulf Refining is en-
possible for the administration to geta the San Juan hotel for the past six Protective Association ef company
Simpson and Mrs. Livingston.Get THE WEATHER larging and improving its plant at _
favorable report. However, should years, died at 2 o'clock yesterday Florida was organized recently at

r < Senator Walsh of Montaia, support morning at a local hospital. He Florida: Cloudy Sunday and Mon- Welaka. Efforts are being made to Port Tampa City and is improvingits

'1 the president a favorable committee the April Magazines. They are: .: leaves two sisters living in New day, except showers in extreme north- make it a state wide matter _before facilities_ for the handling of the!
fine. Come in. Curtis & O'Neals
amount of oil business.y'l .
report would practically be assured. Book, Stationery and Music Store. York. west portion. the next legislature me large


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Seed We are among,, the largest deal. Theatre Beautiful"Four
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have added to our ________.
., Recently we price$2.50Fountain, now $2.00
in this section of the State. We
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-Qt.
. stock a complete line. of garden handle only I the best. We" have price $3.00, now _________$2.49 reels of the latest and best licensed ph oto plays.
J seed. We are offering Livingston it in 1.2 pints to gallon cans. Hot Water Bottles, regular

r IMP Globe Tomato seed for $2.25 We guarantee this oil or your price $1.50, now _________$1.14

i mail orders. money back. Hot Water Bottles,_regular________ "The Bluid Power Lubin drama In three reels thatis
:: per lb. Send us your price $2.50, now $2.10 a
1pInts ___________________ 23c. ,
T Pints ______________________ 50c. TOILET PAPER ;
SPECIAL ON VIOLET Quarts $1.00 interesting and exciting from end to end
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' Waldorf" (big 5c value) 5 rolls:
AMMONIA for ___ ___________________25c.
t.25c Size, now _____________ 15c. SOAPS Scott's Tissue: (lOc), three
____ rolls for 25c. Two other special reels.
\ Fels Naptha, 6 bars for 28c. ---------------
Ivory, 6 bars for ___________28c.Palmetto ((10:.) 3 rolls for ._2:>c.
j; Life Bouy, 6 bars for _______27c. A. P.: W. ((25c.)) 4 rolls for
i :NOTICE! SLAUGHTER Ivory, 6 bars for ____________28c.FIxture( ) -------------..t.$1.00.
f NOTICE! Fairy, 6. bars for __________28c. WINTER CLOTHES Our five-piece orchestra will play the "Raymond Over-
MISCELANEOUSIn : Palm Olive Soap, cake ______lOc.
t Pure Castile Soap being Moth Balls' pound -__________8c. ture" this
imported at performance.
this column we are listing a Lavendar Comp, box ________lOc.
:., have sold at 21c per lb. .One pound Cedar Mothaline, box _______lOc.
large variety of articles we this makes about 5 lOc. -
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: decided! to slaughter the price. Thiscakes.. You can't afford to miss BIG SALE OX PERFUMES (In
.' will last for ten days only. this sale.Oldfashioned I Bottles Matinee 3:30 to 5:30 -
25c value 16 c. After the holidays, find
i Whisk Brooms ---- mottled Castile, we we

Tooth Brushes, 25c value ____19c. Ib ______________________12c. have quite a few very .popular
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Extract, Lily of the Valley,
\ Brushes 50c value 41 c. MISCELLANEOUS:
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Tooth ---- Caronation. We have decided to

! Scrub Brushes _______________5c., Denison's Perfume Sealing reduce the prices as follows:

1: Nail Brushes,' 25c value ____21c. wax ____________________ 2:>c.All I 25c. bottles Extracts -- __21c.
Highland ,Plaid, 25c value J Formaldehyde and Sulphur ''All 50c bottles Extracts ____42c.

i.: per box __________________19c. Fumigators ______________ 25c. $1.00 bottles Extracts ____84c. I MOMIIMHIMUMttlllllililttlltlllMFOR . . IIIIIIIIIIIII'llt 111111111111..
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Fieldshire Linen, 25c value, Wash Rags lOc. D. C. COLD CAPSULES
d box _____..________-_______21c. Scott's Tissue----Towels--------_-_-_-_-_ lOc. The change of weather is the For
Lady's high grade Linen ,25cvalue Pine Tar, 2-lb can ________lOc. cause of many disagreeable colds. Economy and purchase -
18 Pine Tar, 1-lb can ________ 5c. One 25c box of these capsules us
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Paradise Lawn, 25c value ___21c.Initial anteed. & SE13D CO ,
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' ______ Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
Soap Boxes, 25c value 21c. and nervous headaches, es To make room for new stock we
Colgate's Violet Talcum ____15c. pecially recommended in cases of. han decided to reduce the price Orlando Florida. bulk. "Motto"
on all bristle hair brushes twenty Quantityand
Colgate's Cashmere Talheadaches from over eating or ner
per cent. All goods are marked inplain .
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cum ---------------------- Quality.
figures and this is a bigvi
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,'- Mennen's Talcum 13c. drugs. not re \ ug. This sale is for 10 days
; Violet Borated Talcum lbs ____21c. lieveed, your money back. Price 25c only. Fresh Eggs 250 doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.

Sweet Milk 13C qt. Ice SOC 100 lbs., Limes 15c doz. .

\ Sweet Milk -, 07c pint Fresh Butter Milk lot qt.

DeLANEY & ABERNETHY Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

1 (charges prepaid) all points east of Recky Mountains, at your door 1.35 cash with order.
f, J Next Door lOc Store ORLANDO, FLORIDA \

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I, 7th, during the state convention of clings to the title of the Ancient City. 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,
STATE NEWS NOTES the B. P. 0. E., which meets in that The Inset City is good enough for

b --- city on April 6th, 7th and 8h. A Stuart, and let us call it so hereafter. best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale.

(From the Gainesville Sun) splendid program has been arrangedfor This seems to be a pretty good name
is be the entertainment of the visitors. and if the people like it they will use
A military company to organized -
it, and the title will stick.-Times-
; in West Palm Beach.
; Union Short Talks.' 11.111.1.111.1.I'DIII..I..I.
: --- I I Ij According to information received MMMHMMMIIIHMHMMMHIMmMMItlllllilllliiiMMMCONDENSED ,,,,,,,,, $ $-$-
lat I Key West the contract for erectingthe
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An order of the Woodmen of the
new radio station at the naval Mr. Merchant, bum business, hard REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
World has been organized in Seffner.i
station has been let and work will times and even panics can be
-: ___ I I probably commence within sixty days. swatted by a judicious use of good

. A radish measuring 28 inches in I The contract calls for three steel advertising in the proper medium. ORlANDO B NK & TRUST I/ COMPANY
r and 16
circumferences weighing 'I towers each 300 feet high, to rest on The Sentinel is one of the great mediums 1
C. H. Finch
pounds was.grown by on concrete bases. The price for con- of the state. It reaches the .

: his farm at Little River. I struction of the towers will be $14- people of Orlando and Orange coun-

f --- 500. When completed the station ty. Its colums are a sure antidate Orlando, Florida.At .

A new freight service between Tar- will be next in scope and power to against dull business. Try it. the Close of business March 4th, 1914, as called for by the
; pon Springs and Tampa by the water the station at Arlington, Va., whichis Comptroller of the State
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route will commence in a few days.It the most powerful in the world.
will be known as the Bay Queen Buy year garden seed from DeLa- RESOURCESLoans
ney & Abernethy. Just received a

t line. "While other towns are clamoringfor big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-t aid Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $392,700.86
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names it might be well, to call Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,130.41
[ The Lynn Haven order of Boy Stuart the Inlet City, as this town NOTICE Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . ., . . . . 26,018.33
Scouts have organized a baseball club will be the most important place Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 26,437.37

1 and challenge any team in that sec- around St Lucie Inlet and about all Change of Schedule Clyde St.! Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . : 335,709.30
tion whose members are not over sixteen -
of the shipping will be done from Johns River SteamersUntil

.i, years old. here," says the Times. Eau Gallie further notice the steamers $781,996.27 ,6
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l + and Cocoa want to be called the cen- of this line will leave Sanford at 11 LIABILITIES ,
There have been at leas 350
acres tral cities and Daytona is well named o'clock a. m. Capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
;> of citrus fruit trees set out in the
as the Fountain city. Jacksonville N. M. TUPPER, Supt. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 30,854.36
vicinity around Zephyrhills duringthe I is appropriately called the Gatewayto J. B. CALDER, Agent. Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,657.00
past three months and more are
All Florida, while St Augustine Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914.
f being planted.The : Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . 649,484.91

festivities of the opening weekat I I1I11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Grove
I $781,996.27
the Lake Highlands club house in!I. .

Clermont closed last Saturday night i ih 1: Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . : 521,167.38

with a grand ball The week was one 11 Land Deposits on Feb 4, 1914 . . . . . . . . . . 649,484.91

that will long be remembered. : .

I Increase in 60 128317.53 t"
1 Entailing a loss of more than : days -

$6,000,. the large one-story frame : The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust "
: building in South Jacksonville owned I This Season's Best Bargain Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

t fey the South Jacksonville Ferry and I: friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand

Land company was completely de-!: to express their appreciation of their patronage, that

stroyed by fire Tuesday night The!: @ made such a statement possible.M. .
building at one time was a part of : .
M. SMITH President
the equipment of Dixieland park. It I ,
had recently been extensively im- : W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier

proved. : 55 acres fronting on Orlando-Sanford ::::: :::111111+999999999999999+9++*****f+*****f**********************************
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: hard road. In sight of and three minutes
The executive committee of the
Florida State Press association are\: walk from R. R. station, Postoffice-and SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI FOR SALE-At a bargain, if takenat
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
making pans for a big meeting of : good hotel accommodations. am now organizing an excursion once: One two-chair barber
AND DO ALL KINDS OF party to New York and Albany, via shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203
this organization when it meets in Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, Boone street, doing good business;
annual convention in Fort Myers, Price $15 Per AcreIt .OPTICAL. REPAIRING April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 10 acres good land just outside city
April 23-25, inclusive. Word has from Orlando to Albany, which in- limits, 125 bearing orange trees,
been received from Vice-President cludes baggage transfer in Jacksonville grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
., I must be sold immediately. and New York. Special reduc- and two large pecan trees; four room
Marshall saying he will not be able to I tion to those starting at Jacksonvilleor house, new barn, good horse and rig,
:': be there. This is a great disappointment. stopping at New York. For good farming implements. This place is

.. berth of and C. rooms P. Smith make, Hand reservationsnow building, located sell on near account Clear of lake.health.Owner Address wantsto

rill n o Real E Estate t Co.Phone corner Orange avenue and Church Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at

reports Word received comes from from Miami the various that from Elk:i DR. L H. RAMSDELL street, before March 21. 3-5-tf 203 Boone street. 3-26-10t

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;' lodges throughout the state indications OPTOMETRIST W. T. ENTRICAN, W: T. ENTRICAN,
are that there will be 1,000or I 504 Watkins BlockbJ..ppHfluIHiHuIHHiIuuHiIisHiiIIfl (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Ukbi) Painter and interior decorator. New Makes a specialty of painting, paper-
Phone 636. ing, rifinishing floors, furniture, etc.
ideas and old ones, too. t.
of the antlers in the f.
: more wearers 636 1-21-lm
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T0 GU NfW Y TRIAl fOR
THE>: PLACES OF WORSHIPMETHODIST I business concerns of Jacksonville, is or wanted? Advertise the

fRANK ON APRil 1 16 the Florida Builders' Supply Company tinel. Be sure to read the sen-I

which has opened in temporary today's Sentinel. They bring

(At the Grand.) ___._ quarters. It is stated that the CO ORlAN O. W A UINGION

That tract has been let for the erectionof
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. C. E. Notice Served Extraordinary Dr. BucKmaster
Howard a $10,000 two-story reinforced concrete -
SuptSenices lotion Will Be Filed Day Before
at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 building, which will be used ex- -

p. m. That for Execution clusively by this company for its I DRAWING ROOM
Epworth League, 6:45. J. N. Bur- business. Osteopathic Physician
den, Pres.
Atlanta, Ga., March .-The attorneys 132 Orange Avenue SLEEPING CARVIA

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE for Leo Frank, convicted todie SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Next door to People's Bank
for the murder of :Mary Phagan,
Services at 11 a. m. Sunday; sub- The Orland Hotel Company chron
up-stairs. Acute and
ject, "Reality." April 17, have served notice that they Wishes to announce to the public that

Sunday school at 10 a. m. will file an extraordinary motion for the hotel and cafe are now under one diseases treatedTelephone

Wednesday evening meeting at a new trial on April 16, the day before management and will remain*open Tl TI T U [

7:45.Armory building., that set for Frank's execution. the year round, and beginning April1st 578.
1914, will be in position to quote
Many affidavits are included in the very reasonable prices for the sum-
CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE copy of the motion. Several of these mer season on both rooms with or " ' '

Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. signed by witnesses at the trial of without The board, or straight table board. OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
management wishes to assure
Preaching 3:30 and 7:30 p. m. Frank, allege that the affiants testified their that
patrons they will continueto
Ladies' Prayer Meeting Wednesday falsely against the accused man. maintain the high standard of ser- Su rerne uto Oil i

afternoon at 3 o'clock. Others charge conspiracy of evidence vice which has always been accorded

All Bible are Study welcome.Thursday night. against Frank and others attempt to their For guests.full information regarding spe- TU J ll tur J JFOR

establish an alibi for him. An effort cial .rates inquire at hotel office, or The oil that has
CATHOLIC CHURCH also is made to prove that the the Orland cafe. It

notes found beside the factory girl's stood the su
Passion Sunday. RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON
WOOD, COAL AND ICE
written in the basementof
body were
Sunday school, 9 a. m. preme test W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand'sCoal
High mass and sermon, 10 a. m. the National Pencil company factory -. up.
Rosary, sermon and Benediction, not in the office of Frank, as Yard, phone 566. 931tfDon't W. D WHITE- Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

7:30 The p.fifth m. sermon of the Sunday I I James Conley, negro factory sweeper = THAT _ __ ORLANDO, FLA.

will be and chief witness against the con- let your winter home run R.
night Lenten series deliveredby down in the I will George Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.
the Rev. Father Poelee, S. J., of testified. summer. guarantee ,I
icted superintendent to it in 'I J. G. Kirkland Division
Tampa, at the night service. All keep tip-top shape so' Passenger Agent; Tampa.
welcome. Among the affidavits submitted today you will find it as you left it when ulf asoline'P. i
and hitherto unpublished is one you return. Make it a point to write : OO mMMIIMMMMtliMtiiHMtMHiMIB9Hilllittl..
or see me at once. I IWERNER I
UNITARIAN CHURCH by C. B. Dalton, declaring' false the F. NEHRLING. '

testimony he gave against Frank's 3-19-6t |I MMmHimilllfltlMICMIMmiiMMIIBillltlliOELANDO
(Corner Central Ave. and West St.) Ij
character. Dalton at the trial testi- j
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister.
Subject of morning sermon, "The fied that the defendant had been Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, )

Light of Asia," or a study of the guilty of misconduct with several : on Court street. 12-5-tf ,I i WALTON Agt.

Buddhist religion. jromen, corroborating statements of ,
Sunday school at 10 a. m. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: : I
Unity Circle on Wednesday, 3 p. m. Conley in this respect. I

Important business. and a review of a Dr. H. F. Harris, in an affidavit alleges FOR REPRESENTATIVE- ,i PHONES 450-269

modern play.Poetry that a microscopic examinationof I hereby announce my candidacy; for Representative i
l hour on Monday, 10 a. m. strands of hair said to have been from Orange county subject to' I I
the action of the Democratic. primary to be :
found: on the second floor of the fac- held June 2nd. I I
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
tory and used at the trial to prove< J. H. REESE. I'
Rev. Jno W. Stagg, D. D., To THE WESTVIA
pas that the murder occurred near: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Water & Light Co.
I am a candidate for the office of County I
tor.Sunday Frank's office showed that these
school at 9:45 a. m. Commissioner of Orange county from
Services at 11 and 7:30 District 2. If elected I promise to serve the ,
a. m\ p. strands were not from the head of the .
people to the best of my ability, having re- : %
m.Christian murdered girl. sided here a number of years I am qualified .
SMINOL[ [ LI M
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Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. to know the needs of the section and
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. Three affidavits allege that the af- the people. ,

m.A fiants saw Frank on a street here be- Respectfully A. C. STARBIRD Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm ElectricityGas
cordial invitation is extended to tween 1 and 1:10 o'clock p. m. on Apopka Fla. Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
visitors and strangers to worship April 26 last, the time at which Con- Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm
FOR
with us.Special. COUNTY COMMISSIONER I Lv Waycross Ga. A. C. L.ll10
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ley testified he was helping the factory : I hereby announce myself as a candidate pm
music; seats free. for County Commissioner, Orange County, Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 amAr WaterIce
superintendent conceal Mary District Four, subject to the action of the I Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 amAr

ST. LUKES CATHEDRALRev. Phagan's body in the factory base- greatly Democratic appreciate primary your, June support 2nd,1914. I will Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 amAr

ment. Yours truly, Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 amAr
Henry R. Remsen in C. J. SWEET. Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 am
priest
An is made in several affidavits -
charge. attempt Pine Castle Fla. r Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 pAr Office:---No. 18 West Central Ave.
to show that the two notes dis-
Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05
Fifth Sunday in Lent. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER pmAr
Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. covered in the factory basementhad I announce myself as a candidate for re Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pmAr
Sunday school,,9:30 a. m. been written on faded carbon copiesof election to the office of County Commissioner Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pmAr
Orange County, District Five, subjectto Cairo, Ill., I. C________11:07
Morning 10:30 o'clock. pmAr
prayer used blanks, discarded and placedin the decision of the Democratic primary,
Celebration, Holy Communion and 'June, 2nd 1914. Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am
No. 6
the basement months before .. Telephone
sermon, 11 a. m. many Respectfully E. Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am
and the murder. Affiants declare that L. BROWN.
Evening prayer sermon, 7:30 Ft. Christmas, Fla.
o'clock. such blanks had not been in Frank's Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C. _____ 1:38 am :
Rev. Francis B. Hoskins will preachat office where FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:30 am .
Conley testified, he ob-
the morning service. I hereby announce myself as a candidate Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.:___ 4:29 am :
tained the paper upon which the notes for Registration re-election for to Orange the office County of Supervisor, subject of to Ar Kankakee, IlL, I. C._____ 6:20 am .

UNITARIAN CHURCH: were written, for four years. Faint the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd Ar Chicago, 111., I. C._______ 7:50 am :
carbon tracings on one of the notesis 1914.
Corner Central avenue and West FRANK H. WILLIAMS. I Solid Through Trains-Composed of 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111..1.11111'1.
street. alleged to be the signature of a I
FOR SHERIFFI observation, compartment, drawing-
Rev. Eleanor E. Garden minister. former employe of the factory who .
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor section and free
room, sleeping cars,
Subject Morning sermon, "The worked in a room some distance removed Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the
Light of'Asia." A study of the Democratio primary of June 2nd, 1914. reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville -
Buddhist religion. from the superintendent's. of I FRANK GORDON. and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand r "

Sunday School at 10 a. m. Unity fice.A FOR COUNTY TREASURERI St. Louis. All meals in dining I ond&Oo'r-'e"
Circle on Wednesday afternoon at 3 half dozen affidavits charge that hereby announce myself a candidate for
Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the "am
review o'clock.of Important a modern business play. and a detectives and legal representativesof Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. car.Fo V fcets and Pullman car reservations
J. H. TUCKER.
The" paper read by Mr. Sage at the the state attempted to secure false all on

Round Table on Friday evening was testimony against Frank and refusedto hereby FOR announce TAX my ASSESSORI candidacy for the W. NEAL, City Ticket Agent, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EHBAUIERS.

vigorously written and presented a introduce before the grand jury office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, subject or
most comprehensiv view of the largest and at the trial certain evidence'con to the action of the Democraitc primary D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, .
attendance of the The sub called fan June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and LOW PRICES
year. REAL VALUES
Atlantic Coast Line
tradicting the state's theory. The elected I pledge you my faithful serviceARTHUR ,
ject was, "Poverty and Wealth" and BUTT. Orlando.
the discussion was interesting and in- state's contention as to the time and COMPARE

structive.At place Mary Phagan was killed 1st FOR TAX COLLECTORI
the next meeting Mrs. Schaar hereby announce myself as a candidatefor I .HMMHMIMIMIHMHMA
further attacked in an affidavit-- re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof .
will give a paper on "Progress and Orange County, subject to the Democratic OUR FURNITURE
claring that woman's cries
Poverty. a were primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If re- Genuine Bargainin
heard in the factory basement two elected I pledge to you my faithful serviceas

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. hours later than the hour fixed in the I have endeavored to give W. in E.the MARTIN.MiMIMiillilMMMillM past Real Estate We provide the quality of furniture that has long

state's theory as that of the murder. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
Edw. T. Poulson, D. D., pastor. The filing of the standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
Mr. Samuel A. Newell extraordinary mo- Good eight-room house, :
superintendent *
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of Sunday school; Mr. Geo. Phil- tion on April 16 will automaticallystay with connected kitchen : It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

lips, director of the choir; Mr. Wm. the prisoner's execution. Shouldit Shoe Repairing : twenty acres first class land this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
S. Branch Jr. ; this business and that means mueh to buyer
organist. be denied, i* is expected an appeal al cleared, 315 bearing any
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Ask
about the young men's Baraca class, will be taker. to the Georgia supreme by PARCEL POST Orange Trees, in first class

and young ladies' Philathea class. curt \vhih,already has confirmed condition, fine bloom. Land McNHLL I & DAVIS BLOCK
They meet at 9:30. Court ,
Superior Judge Roan in deny can easily be subdivided

.Worship and in 7:30 the auditorium at 10:45a. ing a new trial on previously submitted Men's Half Soles, TSC to 850 into fice-aere tracts, is on Cor Oraoge Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
m.
m.
p. Ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 75c
Morning subject, "Reasons for Our evidence. Children's Half Soles, $0c to 750 road to Conway, 21.2 J
Hope
miles from Court House
Hand Turned Soles, ;$;Loo -
Rev. Dr. Frank Parker, of South A WONDERFUL MACHINE
sides main
road two
Hamilton Mass. Heels Repaired, on ,
will preach at the 2jc
evening hour. His subject will be road will be bricked this
"No Denial." The Rinaldi Printing company, one All work returned in 24 hours. year. Has rural delivery, :
Orders without
Young People's meeting at 6:30p. of the most remittance returned that is not StationaryOurs
up-to-date printing con C. 0. D. We pay and shool wagon. Sold to Stationery
Mr. Reid
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m. Eugene president.Good
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cerns in the South, has placed return
music at all services. Atten an or- postage. : close and estate. CHEAP

tive ushers. A most cordial invita- der for what is known as "model for cash, or very reasonable is constantly on the move becausewe

tion is extended to the public to come nine" of the Mergenthaler Linotype terms will be made.
and worship with,us. company's series of machines. The A. Hanson 1 have what the public desires and at reas-

L1 I "model nine" is a machine carryingfour 19 East Pine Street LORD BRADSHAW : onable prices.Our .

Bishop William Crane Gray, wife magazines each with ORLANDO FLORIDAIIMMMMMHiillHilM Exclusive Agents :
two or stock is so varied that we can fur-
and sister, who have been spendingsome
more series of faces, making a mini-
time with their relatives at of 1,11111111111111111111111111I nish most anything you want in size tint,
mum eight faces of type that can
Grayoaks, lei this morning for Flor- be set without the operator leavinghis finish or weight. Just now we are selling a
ence Villa. On Sunday morning the MMMMtlllliMMHMIIiittltMMtMMlMlllillllMiEaster
seat before the machine, or mak boxes of Initial CorrespondenceCards.
great many
bishop will hold service at Lucerne '
ing any change beyond simply moving -
Park, the first service ever held in! Unless your name begins with X,
lever.
a By a special keyboard Millinery
this new town, and there being no have initial. The cards
layout Mr. Rinaldi has arranged it we probably your : are
church building there, the newly F
erected depot has been offered for so that the'new machine will give him fine!cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come

this service. In the afternoon Bishop some thirty-two faces, constituting -IN, and see them. They are only 50c a box. We
thereby a small printing office in it-
Gray will have service at Winter self. It is the latest thing in type also have the initial paper to match the .

Haven.-St Petersburg..__Independent._ setting machinery and the first of its Latest Styles cards. ,

kind to be installed in south Florida.
Mr. Joe Hugh Reese, one of the
most brilliant writers in Florida, is -Tampa Times. W. S. BRANCH

the latest candidate for legislative -ATUSSESIAIEOT- ,
honors. This paper hopes that he IN PRINTING
will be elected without opposition.That The Arcade Book and Music Store -=

makes three editors seeking
places in that body: Triplett, of Kis- The Sentinel will give you the practical & DIM

simmee; Woods, of Lake, and Reese, thing and it will be of a dignityand .

pf Orange. We hope their examplewill style that will please you. We've

want be the followed next legislature by other editors.to be a rec We got the equipment; we've got the ex Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's

ord breaking one.-Ocala Banner. perience, and we will deliver the job n ri I r m Siiilt l

on time and in perfect order. Tryus. PatternsMHIMttmiiMilMIIMtlMIMIIIilimmMHIim

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T I thoroughly in touch with the best
1 public sentiment and would make one
I South Florida Sentinel W. S. Branch I not find words to
(By ) i can adequately of the best and strongest legislatorsever

; MORNING AND WEEKLY Joyous Jacksonville is straining express my feelings of deep gratitudeto sent .to Tallahassee.Mr. .

y JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. terribly at a gnat known as a "suit I I my many friends who so kindly remembered Reese is the only candidate so
far announced, and we hope he will Dickson-Ives Co1
club but is swallowing after i me on the occasion of
------- year my
I continue to be the only one. He mer-
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Flop rear the peitiferous "camel" lo:ad seventieth birthday last Tuesday. I its the place and Orange county..will

i Ida a* Second Class Mail Matter. on lower Bay street and vicinity. am employing this public method of make a mistake if it doesn't elect

TO ADVERTISERS: I I thanking them one and all. May God him.-Tampa Tribune.J. .

Theodore Roosevelt is recommending I bless you every one.
Copy for display and all other hand-act Hugh Reese, editorial writer on
the of Porto Rico coffee J. H. LEE.
adtertuinf mutt be handed in at the businmoffice use as a the Orlando Sentinel, is a candidatefor DEPARTMENTAL
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. beverage. With the strenuous one Oviedo, Fla., :March 28, 1914. representative to the lower house STORfrlanoo' r
the day before publication. This rule applies
Mr. Reese is
to change for contract advertising; it U recommending coffee, Bryan advisingthe from Orange county. a
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. use of grape juice, the king of JOE REESELEGISLATORIn brilliant man, and it is the Star's
opinion that he would make a first
England tabooing liquors and drink- class legislator.-Ocala Star.
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued -
L should notify the office in writing on ing tea, prominent chemists testify- giving some prospective legislators Favorite
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be for Orange county in a current s Shopping
continued at the regular subscription rates ing for Coca-Cola, the Socialist ex- issue we overlooked J.' Iugh Reese of NOTICE
until notice to stop is received.SUBSCRIPTION" mayor of Milwaukee drinking beer, he Orlando Sentinel and to remind
I have several letters similar to the
1 of neglect Joe him-
and French savants declaring for;! us our announces
RATES We did not discover Joe folloingwhich I expect to have I
Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 wine, one is almost driven to the I('self. you, published at various times, without I
Daily. 6 Months ....................... 2.50 but you are the real thing in the leg- PLACE
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 water wagon. islative line and we are for you comment. H
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 strong. There is no man in Floridaso ERNEST WADE.

Weekly, 1 Year .............:......... 1.00 Orlando is certainly going some. political thoroughly situation conversant as J. Hugh with Reese the Philadelphia, Pa., March 20, 1914. :
Weekly 6 Months ..................... 75 It now boasts( ?) a "Marriage Ex-I and certainly no man who is more Dear Sir:-In reply to your favorwe w
change." We fail to see how the Orlando ,[ progressive, honest and conscientious beg to say there is no comparison :
SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1914. young ladies could draw much i I in his convictions and while we can between a three-manual and a two-I
j : ot vote for him we hope he will be manual organ, and we do not think ,
better prizes by dealing from
away that three-manual of 22
The and short haul elected by a large majority. Orange a organ I
long brought on ebTe
home, and we are very sure the !: county will certainly make no mis- speaking stops would be too heavyfor e
a great flow of long and short talks. would make s building. In fact, we thinkit
young men of the city a take in sending J. Hugh to the legis- your
o serious error if they should "send I lature for he will shed honor and would be just about right for the .
1 I lustre the fair name of Orange. average church. So much more can
The St. Lucie Tribune continues to away" for a wife. Though we admit With Triplett upon Reese, Woods and Russell be done on a three-manual than a : A Corset That laces In front

be about the neatest looking paper in their parents set the bad example of the newspaper fraternity will be two-manual organ, that wherever pos- .
Florida. It fills. the bill trading away from home constantly. well represented in Tallahassee.- sible we advocate instruments of this :
Sanford Herald. type, even in churches that are not of
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o I large dimension. We have yet to learn of an

The Tampa Tribune avers that the Those meals served by the domestic r Yours truly, instance where a woman, once
science class of the Cathedral school REESE A CANDIDATEJ. THEO. PRESSER CO.,
cabbage palmetto is the prettiest tree when (Publishers of "The Etude.") having worn a Frolaset front-

that grows in Florida. What's the look mighty tempting printedin H. Reese, editor of the Orlando laced corset, to return to another ,
the paper, but of course the real i Sentinel, has announced his candidacy k
matter with the royal palm for FOR REPRESENTATIVEI
"proof of the pudding is in eating it." for the legislature from Orange coun- make.

majesty beauty, ?symmetry, grace, dignity and As long as we only enjoy them on I ty unanimously, and the Tribune elected.hopes to see him hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county subject for Representative to- There are features in the

o paper, we have no way of knowingthat I Mr. Reese is quite familiar with the heM action June 2nd.of the Democratic primary to be Frolaset that must, of necessity '1 :

they are any better than we get legislative procedure, having attended S. S. GRIFFIN.T. -
Thomas Edison has proved his wizardry appeal to the woman of fashion. .
at home. several sessions in the capacity of

again by securing phonograph: newspaper correspondent. Besides, S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone These features are the per- .,' s is
ic records of the Everglades birds' he is naturally of a progressive mind .
The Times-Union says there is a 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf fect-fitting back, the ease and
and understands the needs of the
There will be instant demand
songs. an report that Roosevelt is to be nomi-. comfort with which the Frola ; r1;/, 3
for the records, for people will .
nated by the Democrats for governorof set may be put on, taken off or "
be "crazy" to hear them. tftHIMMHimHlttHtMimilMI Hltttt'I ' '
New York. Should such an unex-
o adjusted, the absolute freedom
pected event ever occur, we give it as i
Avery G. Powell's paper, the Baker : from any corset restraint, and
our mature prophecy that the schol- I AT A
FOR SALE
County Times, is a clean sheet, spark- arly editor of the T.-U. would be an : more than anything else, the +
: ling with news and bright I
para 'inmate of Chattahoochee inside of 30 graceful and natural figure that
graphs. It looks prosperous, and .
days after the news was promul is acquired by the lines on which J
Macclenny is to be congratulatedupon '

having such a worthy paper. gated. * BARGAIN : this corset is designed. 1. !

o i If have reason to
you any
Upton Sinclair and his second wife
The Ocklawaha river appropriationof have got mad at the famous Arden I: : think that ;your figure is not
$733,000 passed the house, and it X Five-Passenger touring car in fine condition. Going North and do
Colony, which he organized, and are : ivhat it might and ought to be,
will likely be passed in the senate. J not need it longer. Cheap for cash or on mortgage, or would ex- /
so disgusted with the whole United I
This appropriation and the work change for land in or near city. Also for sale one First Class permit us togh.e you a trial fit- U
States that they have quit the coun- "
which will be done with it will be a I Ticket, Jacksonville to Boston.
try for good and gone to live ting.At
perma-
lasting monument to the late L E. all events, let us show you /
nently in Bermuda. Uncle Sam hasa
Dozier's interest and activity in that the new Frolaset models.
I good streak of luck sometimes even .

; behalf. o if Mexico is making him plenty of Dr. A. j. TAYLOR

trouble. Upton is heayy on "Jun

The report that Vice-President gles" and if he will only find a right 211 East Robinson Avenue OAK SE GE
Marshall had cancelled his -
engagement
deep and dark one on the little island,
; to speak before the asso-
press and hide himself for the rest of his -
ciation at Fort Myers is in error. He
life, all will be forgiven. t.lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.t
simply refused to make a side trip to
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Tampa, saying that he hadn't time at
R. L FOX {
It would be merciful to use a bri- X A. Y. FULLER
his disposal to do this. The v.-p. will
dle without blinders on the old mule
be at Fort Myers without fail.
o that drags the garbage cart around THE PALMS AUTO CO

Orange avenue. He is a very intelligent .
S The Ocala Banner pays. Edwin
mule and watches every move
Spencer a deserved compliment for
CARS
REO MOTOR
and even the face of the colored man
his work in passing the long and
; who drives him, in order that he may
i. short haul act and his able conduct of of We also a
life and low cost upkeep. carry
know exactly ho.v far to go and whento For long
; the hearing held in Ocala before the
stop. In order to do this he is and accessories. Have a good forceof
railroad commission. Spencer has full stock of supplies
compelled to walk most of the time
lots and cords of ability, and prom- with his head pointing in the opposite competent repair men.. All our work is absolutely
ises to be of value to his state. Long
direction from his body, becausethe
t. life to him. guaranteed. We will be pleased to have an opportunity to demon-
blinders prevent him from seeinghis
q driver. Cut off the blinders, Mr. strate the value of these exceptional goods to you. They

;: Since Editor Eugene Matthews has Johnson, and give the faithful animal : are fully guaranteed for quality, finish and color, and are
retired to become president of a bank .
a better view of the man with. a : priced to meet the needs of all. Width is valued accord-
he
has been showing his faith in PALMS AUTO CO
g shovel THE
printer's ink by talking to his bank :. ing to price.

:, customers through the paper just as A We stock them in Cream, Navy and Black.
;t big supply of ready-made dresses FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.WHMmttttMMMMIilitltltltflttUHMMIIHIMH. .
he used to when he editor. The
was for Ladies' Misses and Children ata .
Sentinel is willing to lay a wager that big reduction at H. Kanner's N. Y. .

these talks are piling up deposits in Bargain Store 2t

'Gene's bank.

L o J
l Wt .
There's an interesting mix-up on

the liquor question in Hillsborough

county, Don McMullen, prohibitionist . . -_ MEN'S

' + extraordinary, claiming that through J .. ..

the redistricting of the county occa- -. .,' ) v FURNISHINGS
-
. sioned by the creation of Pinellas, > t I'/
that the automatically .. We have just received -
I county goes dry Are You Invited

t-. October 1. CoL Peter Knight takes .,,d.. / a fine shipment of
issue with Mr. McMullen, and declares 7
". % the famous "Knox"Hats
that no such thing will take ., io a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where (

l place. Both cite much law to sustain .: a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure in Straws and

their respective contentions. Now ; you will be interested in our display of the newest and \ Panamas.
'Jj everybody's wondering, what the I \I
Positively the last ,
courts will do with it. What would most artistic designs inCUT

f happen if McMullen should be sustained 1 word in Headgear. tV

i ? WhewCommenting : ; GLASS
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upon the establishment There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets
:. j t Y
4 of an auto-truck line between ;"- ': here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. Si.wi'l
Orlando and Sanford, the Kissimmee

Valley Gazette says: "Orlando, with : ; We are sure you can never find anything that would

,. .. .
two of the largest department storesin : .:. be more acceptable. ."

interior Florida, and a constantly

4 growing populace, has seen the light .
and the merchants down there should ._..f Our Mail Oider Doparlifieni
.. : r e
awake to the very important fact that : ::

>_ they can never hope to transport : 1ii/T'; : :;

_ goods by the railroads at present ex- Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, makeuse

orbitant rates and sell them at the of it whenever you can. Samples or information

: prices that will appeal to the trade. : cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

I. They have outgrown their village Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues -

.... days when a few bundles of merchandise : We invite comparison values. -

1: could be imported and sold at ..

_-. ordinary prices. They have jumped T.HIvans the Jeweler ..

t t into the big city class and must now : ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

y meet big city prices and the cheap .

. mail order houses of the northern cities

f In order to do this successfully ,. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE ran e Ave. rlanon

they must lower their freight rates,

and to lower their freight rates they EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING ..

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-EVERY DAY if you are a brain I

That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con Victor.MONDAY'S"A Dangerous PROGRAM Experi- "Gel It lit Allen's"The
BUYS AND SELLS ient" A 2-reel drama. An athlete
cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- and student both love the same girl.
She; favors the athlete. The student
REAL ESTATE
gine." allows the occult and works a transi-
11
t ion of souls; he exchanges souls best
No purer candies than Butt's-raade Chocolates, Caramels T"he girl changes her love to the stu-
ent. A Hindu swami plays an important I
11 Taffies, etc. > part.CrystaL .
within three "That Awful Maid. A WATCHESCLOCKS
FRESH EVERY DAY. 400 acres 'ne-reel' comedy with the popular

I miles of Kissimmee, two earl White in the leading part.


mile facing Orlando-Kis-
PRETTY DINNER PARTY FOR

simmee brick road, $20 REV. AND MRS. COBB *

KITCHEN f fThe
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per acre if sold within
Last evening in the drawing room

30 days. 3-H.im ()if Pell-Clarke Hall the faculty the D JEWELRY D

(:Cathedral school gave a pretty dinner
home-made Candies
home of
pure .1111111111111111111111111 party in compliment to Rev. and Mrs.R. .

] P. Cobb. Fl

Orange Avenue.llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllll Mr. and Mrs. Alvin W. Day, of The color scheme for the table was Etc.

Buffalo, N. Y., were among the tourists ]lavender and white, wistaria blossoms -

returning home last night. being used most effectively inecorating. You ever bought at the I i iU

.
MENDELSSOHN CLUB Yesterday being the birthday of best price you ever {J Jn

I Mr. and Mrs J. J. Chester and Urs. Cobb and Tuesday the birthdayof them.
bought
1 J grandson, Byron L. Chester, who have The regular rehearsal of the choral Mr. Cobb, a large cake, surroundedby

WADE spent the past four months at their will be held Tuesday night at eight 1 candles, was brought in with the

THE TUNER I home, 112 East South street, will o'clock at Mr. Carr's studio. Workon 1 last course of the delicious' meal. ufI IIhP

ORLANDO, FLA. leave tomorrow for Charleroi, Pa., the Mikado will begin and it is Those seated at the table were Mrs. II It Allen's"IhDI II

J where they will spend the summer. necessary that all who wish to takeI I Torrey, the guest of :Mrs. Cobb, the nl

Mr. Maxie G. Bennett, who has part in this delightful operetta should :honorees, and Misses Atkinson, Holly,

Deaconess Parkhill returned last [been holding down the position of be present. As this is to be the last Shepherd, Robinson, Gassman, Jones,

evening from a visit of several weeksin local baggage master at the A. C. L. concert of the season all who wishto harden and Dye. I

New Smyrna. I I depot, has been promoted and is now join the club may do so by paying '.

one of the valuable attaches in the one-third of the membership fee. See .JUNIOR LEAGUE BAZAR SCORED
Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Voorhees, and
freight department with Agent Keyes.i :Mr. Hauselt at the People's bank. SPLENDID SUCCESSThe
left the mid- I
Miss Charlotte Riley, on I .
night train last night for Brunswick,i I and Mrs. C. H. Knight and i I
members of the Jnior Civic
The Tampa Times of Saturday
Earl and Paul left
sons, yesterday
N. I. prints photographs of the Third Bri- League are elated over the success of
J.Mrs. for their home in Canton, Ohio, aftera cD
: Ellison Adams, who has been delightful season in Orlando. They gade sponsors to be present at the their; bazar held yesterday, which resulted ,ClO=o

'visiting with Mrs. Vincent Moody, on will travel as far as Jacksonville by great reunion of Confederate vet- in their having the nice sum

Lake Eola, left yesterday for Jack- I auto, stopping en route at Daytona. erans to be held in Jacksonville earlyin of fifty dollars and ten cents toward

sonville. May. Orlando is particularly in- the much wished for play ground.Mrs. JllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilltllllllllllllllllilitiFire
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hugh Reese, of
I H. L. Beeman and the membersof
terested in two of the pictures, thoseof
Mr. and :Mrs. R. F. Bampton and Orlando were in the city last Monday -
Miss Mary Prince Bradshaw and her committee are most appreciative -
Mrs. Bampton's mother, Mrs. :MinnieR. Mr. Reese is the editor of the
of the courtesy of Messrs. LordS
Miss Cornelia Frances Magruder.
Lape, left yesterday for Tampato Orlando Sentinel and attended the Ex-
Both young ladies have relatives in ; Bradshaw in allowing the Juniorsthe
spend a few days. I ecutive Committee meeting which
this city and have friends here. use of their offices, the splendid
Col. and Mrs. S. H. Alleman and:was held at this place of which he is many location of which adding greatly to Insurance

son, Horace, leave tomorrow for secretary.-New Smyrna Breeze.
I SAM GRIFFIN ANNOUNCES FOR the convenience of both the league
Philadelphia. They will be greatly Major W. H. Chapman, of New THE LEGISLATUREIn and the customers.

missed by many friends. I York city, national agent of U. S. Mrs. D. C. Thompson aided the children -
another column of the Sentinelthe
Mr. W. B. Oberst, representing the'Army and Navy Union, who has beena in distributing the plants and
announcement of Mr. S. S. Griffin
Western Newspaper: Union, with guest at "Ivanhoe" for the past bulbs, and many were called for dur-
for the legislature Mr. .
headquarters in Atlanta, was among two days, left yesterday for Cuba to appears. ing the afternoon.
Griffin is well known in all parts of
the Sentinel's welcome callers yester- pay the president a personal call. s. ;zN -A.
Orange county as one of the most .
Maj. Chapman was accompanied as
I The nurses of the Orlando Sanita-
day.Mrs. genial of men, and he numbers his
Misses Grace far as Tampa by General H. Oden entertained chicken
Thos. Crocks, friends by the score. That he will be rium were at a
and Elsie Crooks, accompanied by Mr. Lake, who is national commander of given a large vote there can be no pilau supper Friday evening at the
172
and Mrs. L. B. Fort, motored over to U. S. Army and Navy Union. doubt. He is a large property owner, home of Mr. and :Mrs. W. A. Slauier, Phone

Daytona in their Hudson Six to spend j Mr. T. F. Hourihan and his son and only recently has made several on Lake Copt land. The guests invitad

the week-nd. 1:I have come from Jacksonville to locate deals which will mean much in the included Misses Briedenbach, Whighton -

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Robbins, ,of in Orlando. They will enter the way of development. His desire to Worcester, Fuller, Hickson, and 't11.111111111111 i 111111111I1111111111111111111 t 1111.

Southport, N. C., arrived in Orlando plumbing business here, being represent his county in the legisla- Slauter; Messrs. Coker and Jackson,

last night and are guests of Mr. and equipped to do all kinds of plumbing ture is a laudable one, and he will and Mr. and Mrs. Swearington. HllittlMIMMMIIIIBtUUtMttitmtlllttiitimHString

Mrs. B. Drew at their pretty home on including steam and gas.fittings. The be given due consideration by the

East Central avenue. ':I[Messrs. Hourihan are experienced voters. DEATH OF REV. R. G. STRINGER
workmen of their latest
one jobs
Among Orlando's winter residents
leaving for the North yesterday were being the plumbing of the main build- ANOTHER GOOD BILL AT THE Rev. R. G. Stringer, a retired for- BeansFresh
of the Southern Bell of the Seventh
ing Telephone LUCERNE MONDAY eign missionary Day
Mr. and Mrs. H. Pendleton and Miss ,
in Jacksonville. The Houri- Adventist denomination died
yester-
Lucy Gage, of Lakewood, N. J., and company "Moths Thanhouser feature in received .
,
hans have been living in Florida seventeen a day at his home at Formosa, supply daily
morning
Mrs. M. J. Hogan, of Canton, Ohio. I!' four reels, with :Miss Maud Fealy,
years, and feel very much at late star of the "Legend of Provence"and after a protracted illness of eight
Bristol
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie White, of -
4 home in Orlando already. They are "Frou Frou," will be shown at years.
Conn., are among the happy and sure that the town has a great future the Lucerne on Monday, in connectionwith In 1894 Mr. Stringer and his wife Oranges!
contented visitors enjoying the salubrious three other reels of pictures. Oranges
and this accounts for their selection went as missionaries to the South
climate of this section. Theyare "Moths, after Ouida's novel, has
of this place for a location. been a great drawing card and is Pacific islands, their principal labors
pleasantly located at 110 Sum- much liked by patrons of the movies. being among the natives of Pitcarn By dozen or box

merlin place. I LUMBER FOR SALE Lady Dolly Vanderdecken, a young and the Rurutu islands, where they
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Walters, of widow, is hampered by her daughterand
labored for ten
faithfully nearly ,
I decides to her off to a no-
Guilford, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. Lot of framing and scrap lumber marry .
torious Russian, although the girl is years.It Fresh Country Eggs
William H. Heard, of Long Neck, for Pine sale. See it on vacant lot, corner in love with Correze, a celebrated was here that Mr. Stringer con-
street and S. A. L railroad
Conn., are among the newcomers visiting Must be moved at once.3292t singer. Many complications follow, tracted a malignant form of malaria
and the girl after of an unhappy -
years
Orlando. They are making their DICKSON & IVES. married life, is finally released that left him in a weakened condi-

home at 110 Summerlin place. and marries the man of her choice. tion from which he never recovered.

Eat what you want. The picture is well produced, and Returning to the United States he

r; TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO Eat Take all a you postscript want. and forget it. with it is sure:Miss to Fealy please in the the patrons leading of role the, found his home in Lepeer, Mich., un- THE SANITARY GROCERY
for both and favorable .to his failing' health and
Chiropodist men wo For sale by all durggists. Lucerne fully as much as the above
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and named productions in which she was moved to Bartow, Fla., where he resided -
l7d&wlyrTry & GOREPhone
CARUTHERS
Feet L.
scalp massage. a specialty. recently featured. i
until about three ,
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over I Regular prices of admission will be years ago
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm the Sentinel Job Department. charged.IHIMMMIMIIMiiiMMIillltliMHiilMMtiMlliiH. when he came to Formosa. His wife 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
has been prominently connected with
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the Adventist denomination in Florida -

I for the past eight years.
CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
The remains were taken to Bartow

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At The Lucerne Monday I where the funeral will take place

u t I at 10 o'clock today. COLEMAN CHAPTERU. SEED! SEED! SEED!

: The Sentinel and many friends of D. C. J Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tl
I Mrs. Stringer extend to her their An important meeting will be heldat

"Moths," a four reel Thanhouser after Ouida's Novel :I sympathy in her bereavement. the home of Deaconess H. R.

I Parkhill, Wednesday afternoon, April LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
featuring Miss Maud Fealy, late star of the Legend of Prov : Ladies', Misses and Children's' ready- 1st, at 3 o'clock. Business of impor-
to-wear Panama, and trimmed hats at Flowers
ence and Frou Frou. : a special reduction at H. Kanners,' tance connected with annual state
N. Y. Bargain Store. 2t. convention is to be acted upon. A ROSES, VIOLETS, ...

"BCSS, The Outcast," a one reel, Beauty. Olive oil and spices. We have the full By attendance order of is president urged. DeaconessH. CARNATIONS, PANSIES,

best. 25 years in the business.' Tryus. R. ParkhilL PLANTS
"Pat POTTED
reel
Fannigan's Family a one Reliance. Comeall
McElroy Pharmacy. ,3- 4-3t Mrs. E. La Rue Bliss, secretary.

ye Irish. 3-27-4t
23 YEARS' EXPERIENCE

"Ticket to Red Horse Gulch fine reel In buying and selling Seeds. Our Good Wood $1.50
Majestic.
a one Seeds are good. McElroy Pharmacy.. Take your repairing to Warman on

Only seven reels at the regular price. 319.3t Court street. 12-5-tf Better Wood $2 and $2.25


Ladies gentlemen who desire of wealth correspondencewith and refine Warman Repairs and Retires Baby Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75

ment send your description and ad- Carriages on Court street. 125tiOSTEOPATHY'
I dress to the Metropolitan Exchange, This won't last long,

Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents.I Children 5 Cents : Orlando no fee, Fla.for ladies.There is no 3-22-lwk.publicityand '!, Stock up while you can. .


Balcony: > 5 Cents : Eat Eat what all you you want.want DR. J.-C .HOWELL Orlando Wood Yard

Take a postscript and forget it. Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo
Continuous show from 2 p. m to 10 p. m. For sale by all druggists. extra charge for house treatment 104 W. Pine St.

l7d&w.lyiEver Telephone connections B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietory

Office cor. 'Orange and Central Area.
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+Y In the evening a musical and lit- We insure life and loan ,
HUNCffifORD'S SCHOOl rendered PEOPLE'S WANTS your you MIMIIItlllttltttttttlttliilMiii. ,.:i 1111 Nt
erary program was by the money on real estate at 6 per cent,I 1
students, which was enjoyed by all. interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., :
OBSERVES[ [ fOUNOffi'S DAY Refreshments were served afterwardsand Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. I l
exhibits ffom the different departments MUNNIMAKERS 3-25-d&wtf '

a were on display in the Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale, For
Pleasing Exercises Celebrated the chapel and many pleasing remarkswere Rent, etc, for this column, 25c for one dare W ANTE -To rent, by the year, TRAN rBR CEL
passed upon them. Thus ended 60c for three days or $1.00 for one week, for
Founding of the Industrial School the first Founder's Day at the Robert 25 words or less.: Money most accompany cottage of six or seven rooms; must
be close in and .
rent reasonable.
the advertisements fer this column, as no Ad- 4-
Years Normal
For Colored Pupils 15 Ago Hungerford and Industrial
school. insertions will be made on credit. dress J. L. D., Sentinel. 2-17-2wks
-
.
FOR SALE-Ten acres of land
one
; ORLANDO FLORIDA
The Robert Hungerford Normal in WANTED-Middle age white womanto ,
A MIGHTY acre bearing six
BOOST orange grove;
and Industrial school set aside its acres cleared; part of land suitablefor help with children; good home
p usual course of study, March 25th gardening and trucking located and salary for right party. Address,
and celebrated the day upon whichit The Tampa Times says: Joe Hugh half mile from city limits on; public Mrs. J. S. McCawley, Winter Garden, OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174

was founded by the late Principal, Reese, managing editor of the Orlando road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., Fla. 3-21-6t .
Mr. Russell C. Calhoun. The school Morning Sentinel, has an- care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf I.1
4 was started fifteen years ago on a nounced as a candidate for the lower
very small basis and has made such house of the legislature from Orange FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house, WANTED-Any variety of sweet j .111. I
wonderful progress in such a short county. Joe Reese is one of the best garden and farm land, on Conway potato plants. Will contract at 75c
space of time, that it was decidedto known newspaper men in the state clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. per thousand until June 1st, or will
set aside a day in order to pay and from his experience reporting 3-20-lm-d&w contract at $1.00 per thousand dur-
tribute to its founder. four sessions of the legislature knows ,ing April. Fred M. Preston, Pine
Everyone who knows Mr. Calhounwas the ropes at Tallahassee and should FOR RENT--5-room house, partly Castle, Fla. 3-20-d&w-tf
furnished. See Frank
very much impressed and saw make a good member. At any rate Soper, Room
3 McNeill & Davis Bid .
,
readily that the good he would some he will know the way from the houseto ? 21810tFOR TRIO OF BLUE RIBBON Sicilian
day do for his people would be the senate, which is more than Buttercup Chickens for sale at cut
shown to 'the world and today that many new legislators do. SALE-Bargains in improvedand
prices. $12. Tillinghast stock. Tel.
unimproved land.
See S. S.
good and generous-hearted man has The Reporter-Star, the opposition Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm Ensign 559, ring 4. 3-27-lw'I
planted a school that ranks with any Orlando paper, pays him the following _
other school of its size in this another d fine compliment in announcing FOR SALE-Iron beds, dressers,
states. During Mr. Calhoun'slife his : BROWN LEGHORN EGGS for sale
candidacy: wash stands, mattresses, bowls, ; REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN
he traveled a part of the time, "He fills the Jeffersonian test for pure stock; $1 per setting. J. L.
especially during the months of va office of honesty and capability and pitchers. etc. Inquire no. 10 GouldSt. Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla.
cation and gained many friends of being fully acquainted with the machinery 3-29-lt. 321tfI Orlando and Sanford and Intervening

both races and those people are to of legislation from having reported -
day, when told of the wonderful progress four sessions of the legislature Points
the school has made are readyto the knowledge of it will stand him 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.One .
contribute to this most worthy, well in hand, when he goes to Talla
Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. QuickService.
cause. hassee as he is pretty sure to do. Mr.
As a race we feel highly honored Reese tells the Reporter-Star that he Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
to set aside a day to pay honorto will announce his platform !in a few Bungalow Left to Sell
such"a noble character as Mr. days, and judging from the outline he 4111111111.IQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.111311111111111111.
Calhoun and his work, for it is only gave it will be both popular and redound -
through such efforts that have been to the interest of the state and
put forth by him and carried on suc county when made into law. Orange M. J. DAETWYLER .1111111111111111'1'IIIIOlli'IIII MltlMMMMitt<
cessfully by his beloved wife, Mrs. county is fortunate in having so com-
R. C. Calhoun, that our race is becoming . petent a man willing to serve it in
better 'fitted up for life'swork. the legislature." ..THE...
Not only has the school been It is pretty nice when a man's com-
".": helped by his efforts, but the sur petitors will say such nice things Phone 563
rounding county and we only wish about him but Reese deserves them AltamonteAltamonte
we had other such men as Mr. Cal all. With Sam Triplett, C. E. Woods,
": houn. W. C. Langford, "Pastor Bill" Russell
Mr. Calhoun died in the month of and perhaps other newspaper men in .

November, 1910, four days after a the legislature as members Reese
; short illness. Although this noble will have plenty of company-and far FOR SALE I I
FOR SALE
character has gone to the Great Beyond be it from us to say that the general
he has left a monument not only average of the body will not be im An elegant modern home; four bedrooms Nirsery stock, one, two, three andfour FlaA
for himself, but for his race. proved. ; two bath rooms; gas and electricity year old buds; Foster Early, I Springs I

The following program was carriedout throughout; fruit trees and Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
: .ANNOUNCE FOURTEEN FLORIDA flowers. 509 East Central avenue. Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle,
Sanctus ___________________ School POSTMASTERS 2-15-tf. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf( beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.) J
Prayer ____________ Rev. Mr. Enlow Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or-
Ritual _____________ Rev. Mr. Enlow WANTED FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the chestra, etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful
Music _______________ Congregation Washington, March 27.-The post- week or month; cheap. Phone 571, location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40
Responsive Scripture Reading, 103 office department announces the ap- WANTED-Two good girls, one for or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot
;_' Psa __________ Rev. J. S. Johnson pointment of Florida postmasters as the dining room and one for gen- ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve-
Music Choir FOR SALE-$350 worth of new fur- ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
--------------------- follows eral housework. Apply :Mrs. W. C.Temple .
Decalogue ______ Rev. Mr. Nimmons : niture. Also piano. A Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet
bargain.
Announcements Brownsville, De Soto, Roy F. Sax- Winter Park Fla. 3-24-tf 411 ,West street. 3-24-lwk __ ___ _ _ ____ -__ _

1 Address, Life of Founder ________ on; Citrus, Center, DeSoto, Roscoe WANTED-Competent white for E. BATES & SON PROPRIETORS *
Rev. J. S. Johnson general house work. Sleep home. GEORGE

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---------------- Prey; Coleman, Sumter, Malachi E. A new six-room two story house with
Address, History of the School__ B. Robinson; Engle Lake, Polk, Ab- Small family. Apply 310 Anderson fireplace, bath room, electric lights SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT YERNON, :N. J[. J
Mr. M. B. street after 10 o'clock
Brazell 1 a. m. 3273tWANTED
--------------- and city water. Price $1,500. Enquireof ,
1; Plantation Melody "Keep a Inching salom M. Davis; Ellenton, Manatee, C.'W. Rowe, 402 Colonial Drive, 1111111111111.illll.III..IIIIIIIII'II.IO.'IIIIIII.

Along" -_________________ School Katherine L. Nichols; Estero, Lee, -Three to ten acres closeto Orlando. 3-26-3t .1111111111111111111.11111.lllllllllllfllffff (
Essay, ,"Mr. Calhoun as a Leader Rose M. Gilbert; Fort Green, DeSoto, Orlando,good neighborhood,reasonable -
of His People" distance of schools and churches. FOR SALE-New Ford 1914 REAL ESTATE AGENTS, INVESTORS AND IIOMESEEKERS
i ---------------- runabout -
William M. Barco
------------ Miss M. B. Anderson ; Groverland, Lake, Must be good land, suitable for Owner leaving city. Bur
Address, "Growth of School," ---- Lacy D. Edge; Lisben, Lake, JamesC. trucking and poultry raising. Prefer ton Preston, New Seminole hotel, '
i -------------- Mr. S. M. Moseley Alsobrook; Murdock, DeSoto, place with out buildings, but not absolutely Winter Park. Particulars at Ford
Plantation Melody, "In Bright Rachel E. Quick Oxford, Sumter necessary if price is right. garage, Orlando. 3-27-3t ATTENTIONI
Mansions Above," _______ School ; Give full particulars: to B. R. Mont- -
Remarks __________ Mr. C. II. Ward Orville L Bogue; Safety Harbor, Pi- gomery, 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jacksonville ROOMS for light housekeeping;;; summer
Remarks ________ Dr. Arthur C. Dill nellas, Emma D. Thomas; Webster, Fla. 3-16 tf rates. 307 East Pine street.
Collection Sumter, Stephen S. Watkins 3-26-6t
Yalaha
Apostle Creed. Lake James ; WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing offer for $1,900, two-story, six-room cottage, with rose
Doxology.Benediction.. S. Godfrey. stenographer, two years experience WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS for house and shed. Located at 307 West Street, north. Close in; near
can furnish good reference, de- sale; Fischel strain; $1 per setting. Park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also six-room bungalow; oil
i Afternoon. CONCORD PARKA sires position. Willing to begin on J. L Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla. finish, double verandas. Special heating and bath room facilities.
:.k Address -----___ Dr. Arthur C. Dill moderate salary. Now employed. 3-27-tf Large, roomy basement, wainscoated and sealed suitable for laun-
i Baseball game between first and Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla. dry or furnace. .Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
:-r' second teams. number of people are leavingthis 3-21-lwk W. T. ENTRICAN, House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These lots
>2, Evening week for their homes in the Offers to Orlando the newest and bestof connect at the corners, with rose house between. I offer the
if A musical and literary entertainment North, among them Mr. and Mrs. LOOK-$850! buys five adjoining lots. workmanship in the painting and whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission. Open to all
f. by the students. W. I. Higgins, corner :Marks and
decorating trade. Phone 636.
f Among the visiting friends Hodgkins, for Bar Harbor, Maine; I Ivanhoe streets. 3-21-6t -NHP
1-21-lro
present OO
c who gave short talks were the> Mrs. Garvin and Mrs. Phelps, for I E. :. JLN : .
following: Connecticut; Mr. and Mrs. Leach, for WANTED-Position as chauffeur, by Cash Registers. Warm a fixes 'era

i' Minn.Mr. Fred W. Reed, Minneapolis, Petoskey, Mich.; Mrs. Frank H. Clum, steady anywhere., reliable Address man. "Chauffeur Willing -togo ,' on Court street. 12-5-tf J 307 WEST STREET, NORTH . ORLANDO, FLA.

;i" Ex-Mamor Carlton, Winter Park, for Valley Falls, N. Y. care of Morning Sentinel. 3-26-lw: 'III"IIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'mCSfNTI
( Fla. Mr. A. A. Morey has completed his WANTED family washings at
WANTED-Position by lady once, from 50 cents Home -
t" Fla.Rev. Mr. Enlow, Winter Park, garage and will soon start buildinga experienced bookkeeper young and stenog; Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla up. Reel. -lOR f NfWS
THE
A very ''able paper was delivered Drive.bungalow on his lot on Colonial rapher; references.', Address A. B. B., 3-8- [ R
Sentinel. 3-27-3t
t. by the Kev. J. &. Johnson upon the care :I ----

founder which was enjoyed by all Will a lady living alone give room i -- "
.:- present. In his remarks he told of If you cannot move on your jobget accommodations to a young woman I ---'UUlllllllmiummlmmmUIIImmumuu! ! ! ! ! : : : .
J the many fine qualities which he' out and let the man behind ]iav alone in the city? Address "Appree -
x possessed and which won for him ciation." Care Sentinel Office.
and the school the many warm friends a chance., 3283t. I :
t; who ahve proved their loyalty by I
J visiting us from time to time. WANTED second hand roll One hundred and sixty acres of fine I There's '
top '
MrJlI. B. Brazell gave us the history -: desk. Address Box 351, Orlando. farm land, near Maning, North Da- a
of the school in a brief and concise 3-29-lt kota, 80 acres under cultivation in
i: manner. He told us of the early .' good location. Will trade for orange I
": struggles the school had in getting a FOR grove or city property. For full particulars --
I footing and how from the start he RENT-Two office spaces in address C. E. Piatt, Conway,'
our store at No. 9 W.
i- had labored to try and help it a s uc- Come in and we will show Church you. street Pierce Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw

t" cess.Miss Electric Co. 3-29-tf FOR RENT-Seven room house and ( I
t' Mattie Bell Anderson, teacher good barn. Centrally located. In- Style Show M

\ and former graduate read a FOR SALE quire at this of ice._3293t.
t
per on Mr. Calhoun as a leader of his OR TRADE-Splendid -RENTsiX furnished /
race, which was well delivered and trucking proposition on East Coast room
5 tract with house. Address W. B., care Sentinel -
acre house drain
'; showed that much time and thought ; good \
: had been given to it. After Dr. Dill age. Address Box 136, Orlando, Fla. 3-28-1w .
had heard Miss Anderson's 3-29-lt FOUR ADJOINING LOTS i in Oak-

a' decided to give a medal each paper year he as wood Park now for $500.00 W. I. I Here Day in ,

ii !long as he lived, to the boy or girl FOR SALE OR RENT HIGGINS._3286t. Every
.q in any class, who handed in the best House corner Anderson and Osceo- LOST-A sleeve button, i initials "T.
If essay on the life of Mr. Calhoun. He la Streets, suitable for one or two F." Bring to the Sentinel office
: did not tell them that it would be a families. Will make price and terms and get reward._33286t._ "
f gold or silver medal, but he did say reasonable. A bargain. LOST-Small box of jewelry;-con YearSNOWMEN I
that it would be something worthwearing. Apply to W. H. EATON, 110 Sum taining ring and other articles. XI Aa: The

1 merlin Place. 3-9-lw. Ring has initials V. D. H. engraved .
; Mr. S. M. Moseley spoke upon the Reward if returned to Miss Putnam

progress of the school and in a very WANTED-Ladies to bring their at office of S. J. Sligh. 3-28-lt

deliberate manner told us that not combings to us. Don't destroy New goods arriving daily in Ladies', I 1 ".
only the school had been Homemakers
helped but them. We
will make what
the you want men's, misses' and children's wear,,
people at large. He told how Come and see our stock and examine. and if is visit H.
object
Mr.his Calhoun had been the means of our work. We invite inspection. If : Kanner's money N. Y. Bargain any store 2t: Orlando's Low Price Furniture House will find a vis-
success along his line of work. you havn't the hair we supply it Our
Dr. Arthur C. Dill was the next stock is genuine. We make '
{ speaker, but owing to the latenessof to order. We pay cash everything for Cor. Main and Pine( Sis. :, Orlando, Fla. it through our
the hour he did not make a long combings.We "
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speech, but started at once to take
up beg to announce that we have
a collection. He had planned a most secured the exclusive agency for the : store interesting
ForjSale i big an
unique way of doing this by pre well-known and popular Clow's Knit |
ing a heart made of paper that could Hosiery. Drop card and
us a samples
be opened and said that those who will be submitted for your inspection i I treat We have here the
contributed were contributing to the at leisure.
your The
heart of this noble-hearted man, Mr. we handle are the kind that satisfy.goods I I 'Modern 8-room delightful of necessities -
R. C. Calhoun. The Principal desired NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Garland i most
to raise $150.00, but with Dr. Dill's St. 3-23-1 mo House 2 doors \ '
method $160 was. raised by the students i for the furnishing

c in and and the colored people alone Buy your garden seed from DeLaney west of Wyom-
money pledges. One of the
& I home.
Abernethy. Just modern
trustees sponsible said for that$50.00 he more.would We be are re- big shipment of fresh seed.received 3-13-tf a ing HotelBar.- c of the

glad to state we have raised towards -) \:. : We specialize in high-grade furniture -
our much-needed hospital SEED! SEED! SEED! gain
$200.00.In Garden and field seed. DeLaney & We invite
the afternoon Dr. Dill gave a Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf .. I at a moderate price you

short but instructive lecture to all : :
present After this a very interesting The Sentinel want ads find tenants I A L. Bentley : : \ \ to come in and look over the display.
game of baseball was played be- '
tween the first and for houses or rooms every day. Let Prices Right'R08ffiT
second teams, j
t which resulted in the score of six them help pas ,<4 ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUE jj _
to one in favor of the first team. Read Sentinel wait ads. y '
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TUB REUNION I
Just Bargains

thousands who attend the reunion THE MARKETOf
The will see one of the nation's That's All

warships, as Congresman L'Englehas WB ARE THE PEOPLE r
secured the consent of the war $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruit CleanlinessOf QualityFRESH
department to have the private I and orange trees. 120 are
the May-I large seedlings and the balance
yacht of the President, I
AND SALT
I from to three old MEATS
flower, accompany the battleship.This I are one year

will prove a great feature for That Have Made GoodWHY I I buds. Near city. FISH AND GAME
the coming reunion and Congressman I $3,250.Choice home in city; 8
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L'Engle will receive the thanksof rooms, large lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions. I
? BECAUSE EXPERIENCE HAS TAUGHT US
I
$2,400. Good 7-room house
all Floridians for his good work- ,
Dixie. HOW TO MAKE FORMULAS THAT SUIT ALL CON- East Side. .Close in, only five Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

The opponents of Claude L'Engle, DITIONS FOR BOTH ORANGE TREES AND VEGETABLES minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.

who induced Malone to enter the rae NOW IS THE TIME TO FERTILIZE of choice lots and a num-
for congress don't know now whether ber of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Sears is the strongest man to tie I and grove propositions. We have everything in the Meat Line.

to is or the not.plutes One will thing support is sure one, and or that the I galows for rent and several flats close furnished in. Some bun'

other wouldn't of these vote for candidates.Claude if The his plutes name Tlie OTC e rn r An! r Hi. ,:. winter by the season year and begins.others Call'till and the The PARLOR MARKET

the ticket.- I i make your wants known.
was the only one on ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
Dixie. H. M. Self & Co.


NEW CROSS-COUNTY. ROAD Cooper Atha ;! i PINE STREET

An Orlando Indian River- high- lit South Orange Ave., Ground Floor Phone No. 80

will be completed within the next Phone No. 311
six months. The co-operation of Or- iiiii.iinimiiiiiiiineiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

ange, Seminole, Volusia and Brevard
and also of the Geneva .Board of
Trade and a colony concern, the I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

Southern Farms & Fruit Company

being assured.
The road will cross the St. John's

River, about one mile above Lake Just arrived car load W. M. SLEMONS
Harney, though it is not expectedthat
immediate -
a bridge will be built this year. FORDS for

The road will be from Orlando, "
delivery.
through Geneva and through Volusia

county, due east to Brevard county
t to Mims, where it will connect with Get yours nowF. New Goods Arriving DailyWe

1 the national highway to TitusviUe
and south. The work in Seminole G. RUSH,

y county will be paid for by the boardof Phone 226 1 ,
trade, the county agreeing to
maintain it; in Volusia and Brevard
bulk of the work will
Counties the
sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
be paid for by the land company
above mentioned. This company has G made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. .
been the leader in the undertakingand
Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
has already constructed S. milesof

the road.Friends Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

O
of Mr. R. D. Waring will & Co Best place in the city to trade.

be glad to learn that he has practi-
cally recovered from his recent illness -
"p) after spending a few weeks ina
sanitarium in Orlando. In conver-
W. M. SLEMONS
sation vtfth a representative of the

Journal yesterday in Orlando, Mr To the West and NorthwestVIA
Waring stated that he was feeling ORANGE AVENUEIMIIIilllllllllllllMlllllilllllllimilllllllllllllliHn
much better and expected to be home
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suffering from a general breakdownand DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE fL Yf' AND
went to Orlando in order to geta MMMIMMMM8 -

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A TEACHER AND PUPILS SHOCKED Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED ; ; I Ol I

BY LIGHTNING Lv Orlando. A. C. L..12:3lam 3:13pmr I v Orlando. ........................ 3:13pm *
Jacksonville, A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pmT r Jacksonville ........_............ 7:30 pm MMMMMMMMMAKE (
Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:23pm v J Jacksonville A. C. L. ....,...... 8:15pm
otte, 0., March 27.Speiss ( Waycross. A. C..L......11:50am 10:5 pm Waycross, A. C. L. .............10:20pmr
r Macon. G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15 am Macon. G. S. &; F. .............. 3-i6am COOKING A PLEASURE WITH A GAS RANGEIf
Flo Barrett, school teach- r Atlanta. C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am r Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. 7:12an
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Chattanooga r Knoxville L. &; N. 12:19pmr .
W. & A..12:18am 11:55am
twenty pupils tonight are r Corbin L. & N. ................ 3:16pmr '
from burns and shocks re-j r Nashville N. C. & St. L 4:50 am 4:30 pm Louisville. L. & N. .............. 9:00pmr you do your cooking with a gas range you
from lightning striking a Ar St. Louis.LC.&L.&N. 2:50 pm 7:20 am Indianapolis, "a. L. ............ 1:50&m can appreciate the PLEASURE of cooking because [ l
Ar ............ and _
Lexington. L. &; N. 6:50 have wood ashes to carry
ilding here tonight. Every Hopkinsville.,, L & N........... 627pm Ar Cincinanti L. &; N. ............. 8:50pmr pm you no or
as knocked down and many Ar Evansville L. & N..... 923am 923pm Kalamazoo G. R. &; L ..........12:20pm nothing to dirty up the kitchen.
>d unconscious Ar Terre Haute. C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids. G. R. &: L ....... 2:45pm
several minThe I
building was not Ar Chicago C. & E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 7:15am All you have to do is to strike a match and
damaged.
!I[ DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED turn a valve and the fire is as hot as if it had .

(bat would Thackeray have Solid train composed of section drawing Solid train composed of electric lighted been going an hour. Then, too, you don't have to
room sleeping cars, observation compartment hot too low _
fire too or
the
ght of the world that he satir- can and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches worry about getting
ed so kindly if he had known that Chicago, and section drawing-room sleepingar between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and because the gas fire is always the same regard-
Jacksonville and St. Louis.
is love letters would be between Jacksonville, Louisville and Indianapolis; less of weather or other conditions.If .
selling DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
ome day at auction.-Hartford Courant -I I artment Solid train observation carrying sleepers electric lighted and electlic eom- Cleveland Jacksonville: also and Pullman Grand sleeping Rapids car between you do not cook with gas it will pay you
on Mondaysand \
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. Fust Thursdays of each week. Dining to let us put a range in your home on thirty
I lass coaches and smoking car. Dining cat car trial .If it is not all claim for it,
LOOKOUT MOUNTAINWhile erves meals a,la carte. service between Atlaata and Cincinnati. days' we your
money will be refunded. / =1
in Chattanooga take "Dixie" I
FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION, WRITE OR CALL ON
or "News" sightseeing automobilesfor I W. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. GAS DEPARTMENT
Lookout Mountain, Point Park, Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
Ridge and historical points. For tiMMMIMIIiMMMIMIIIMIIIIMMMIMHUMMHIIIiMimiMIHttitMMf . '
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F.r. THE PRESS MEETING AT KIS- ,
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C.' Bob Holly of the Sanford Herald

initiated the move and Kissimmeewill
carry it to a successful conclu

k sion.What r
move? -

Why, the organization of the Lake .

." Region Press association, which will ll Beite>> Tki J Creditis
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be composed of the newspapers pub- : ;;(
lished in the counties of Volusia, ..
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Seminole, Lake, Orange and Osceola. .
And the organization will be =
per- '
fected in Kissimmee on the 8th day = > ::7;

of April at high noon or some other --=== -
THE STATE BANK'r f old hour, as best suits the wishes of =- --==.

I the fifteen editors and Holly. . iVloiwy) in fus\ Bank
ISSUES
l ; As soon as Editor Holly broached

4it I the scheme Kissimmee immediatelywent

F after it, and as this city has : FJ - you _.__
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never jet failed in getting anythingit
I went after, it was successful in

:' every country of the civilized world, this attempt, and the aforesaid Holly, v/licn you have money you do, nOt need credit t" F
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"A.B.A." Cheques are accepted by hotels, I like the man he is, at once called the

T ; railways, steamship lines and the best shops 'r meeting at Kissimmee for April 8, although It v/Ill Lc offered you. = =
_
Issued in amount desired, in ;; tKf
generally. any and notified every son of a gun who
f $10, $20, $50 and $100. As safe and handy edits a paper in either one of the five
as your own check book is at home. Useless :+ counties to be present and answer -

3p.[ till signed, and your signature identifies you. .J.M I I roll call I I .

Pursuant to that order, the atten ,
} tion of the board of trade was calledto Open a Bank account today and increase your
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the and
great lasting good that
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Yr ,,of4r, would come to our fair city by and E Lalancc each v/ecls, and soon you v/ill have a substantial _=
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a tf you LL
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.:. :- .................. through the presence for even so
-e; . J: short a time as a day of these dis- amount
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tinguished and lovable gentlemen,and :

that body, amid great applause, and
with much enthusiasm, directed the s .
4.- chairman of the entertainment com-


.. to overtime mittee write to a on letter at the once job to, and each begin the editor secretary working tell- II If>> ()rpk n Nafeml<< ll( !laik ill


., I ing of the board's acion, which let-
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.1- : ter here follows: E "It is a pleasure to serve you."

Kissimmee, Fla., March 24, 1914.
Dear Sir-Last night the Kissim-
mee Board of Trade instructed its en-
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tertainment committee to make prep- -
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arations for entertaining the editors ,
of the various newspapers in the 'III.
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counties of Volusia, Seminole,Orange,
: MASSErS STRONG ARGUMENT: zies that his company had to expend Lake and Osceola on April 8th.

BEFORE R. R. COMMISSION I over seventy-two cents to make $1 Would like to hear from you at ,
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I and that on Tampa freight they real: nc once. stating -that you will be with -: 'n / 6 I 114 ydl JI

Mr. Louis C. Massey appeared be- ized only sixty cents. A moment There --
are one or two editors who
fore the railroad commission in Kis- afterwards and many times later it wish to postpone the meeting until three stanzas, but many more of like I trade asks of the editors is to come.I Gen. II.,Oden Lake, national com-
simmee Thursday as a representativeof was stated by him and Capps that I after the Fort Myers meeting of the character will follow. These three | We will perform the balance of the mander of the Army and Navy Un-

the Orlando Board of Trade in advocating some profit was realized on Tampa state association, but the board of stanzas are: I job.If ion, U. S. A!, of Philadelphia, accompanied -
4 the application of the long freight This inconsistency was the go trade ahead has, instructed upon receipt its of committee the infor-to Reese will sing. there is any change in the date, by his chief of staff, Ma-

and short haul act from which the subject of much criticism by the mation from our local editors that the Woods will speak. the editors will be given warning,jor W. H. Chapman, of Brooklyn,
railroads are seeking to be relieved.A boards of trade representatives. Mas- meeting would be held here on April Holly will weep. but we ask them to begin getting: is making a tour of Florida with a
Kissimmee dispatch to the Tampa sey was followed by Kay, who said a 8th.Thanking in The committee is hourly in receiptof ready, for the stunt will be pulled' view of establishing garrisons of the
advance for
y Times says of Mr. Massey's speech: few words, and then gave way to Mr. reply. you Yours very truly, your recommendations as to the part off here on April 8th.-Valley Ga- organization throughout the State|

},< Mr. Massey opened the debate and Menzies, who undertook to explainthe KISSIMMEE BOARD OF TRADE. Howard and Bell and Codrington zette. Gen Lake has established temporary
t scored the first point when he challenged necessity for the difference of the The entertainment committee is should be forced to perform duringthe national headquarters at St. Cloud
I 1 the railroads on their assumed ratese, by the interstate rates. Men- hard at work on a program, but up to meet, but as yet none have been Mr. B. Beacham, Jr., left last night and has appointed Capt. J. Walter

L right of hauling freight to Tampa i zies' statements brought forth much this writing has finally accepted ,but accepted, although several among the ;for Charlottesville to resume his Mitchell, of Washington, D. C., who
without making a profit-thus put- cross-questioning and adjournmentwas list were so sad and lonely that even studies in University of Virginia.One is now at St. Cloud to be assistant

ting the burden of making up the deficiency made at 12:10 o'clock for lunch. Shoes, 'Shoes Shoes, of all kinds Walton would have shed copious national adjutant general.-St. $
on the inland towns. During for ladies, men, misses and chil- brine. can stop most everything but Cloud Note in Times-Union.

Massey's talk it was stated by Men- Sentinel want ads. get results. dren Kanner's for Saturday N. Y. Bargain and Monday Store. at H.2t All Kissimmee and the board of time; make your plans accordingly. Read Sentinel want ads.

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