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

The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.
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OMN t.OUN1Y! RAINS: OIL INDICATIONS' ARt FOUND IN I DEFENSE[ fUND IS BEING[ RAISED[ ORATORICAL I CONTEST[ AT R ROLLINS.!'FRANKCLARKHURRIESBACKTOCAST


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> I I W. S. Blaisel,' Tells of Experience Former Orlando Man Has Friends in Winner Will Represent Institution in PHIS r VOTE V RGAINST 1 REPEALING BILL .

DIVISION OF COUNTY HAS Which He Believes Should Be Laceiba Where He Is Heldin Intercollegiate Debate on I

ProhibitionAn
r Followed Up Prison I
NO EFFECT ON SIZE OF -

:,f DELEGATION The finding of oil indications near The following dispatch will be read Rollins oratorical college contest this will take placeat at ROLLINS COACH REPLIES[ [ TO FIGHT IN HOUSE WILL BE

i with interest by friends of Ben Leigh, morning BROUGHT TO AN END
.- Punta Gorda recently has caused a 8:15. The winner will represent Rol- I MANAGER WOF f STETSON
I who formerly lived in Orlando, being
revival of stories of oil possibilities lins in the intercollegiate debate TODAY
1 PUZZlf ijf REAPPORTIONMENT[ [ employed in a drug store here: I
I in nearly every county in this sec which will take place later on the {
New Orleans, March 3O.-A fund -
I tion.At of $1GOO in gold is being raised by subject of Prohibition. President W. Sticks by Claim That Rollins Is the I

PROBLEM THAT CONFRONTS I Kissimmee a company has been popular subscription at Laceiba, Honduras F. Blackman, of Rollins, has issued Champion, College Team i INTENSE[ t [EXCITEMENT[ [ PREVAILS
boring for oil for the past month, the following invitation to Orlando -.
I for the defense of Dr. Benja- of the State .
LEGISLATORS AND REASONS but on account of the illness of the people to attend the contest this i
min R. Leigh, the young American
WilY IT IS HARD TO PASS well digger the progress has been morning: !
in
there
druggist under arrest con- BELIEVED THAT VOTE WILL DETERMINE -
Coach A. W. Mason of the Rollins
slow. The people of Orlando invitedto
THE MEASURE are
nection with the fire that recently
IN GREAT MEASURE
is believed attend an oratorical contest which college baseball team replies to the -
Orange county by manyto
burned sixteen blocks of the city, en-
will be held next March 31 charges made by Manager Swink of FUTURE OF DEMOCRATIC -
contain oil lands. Rev. W. S. Tuesday, ,
loss estimated at
tailing a $1,000,000,
J. H. Reese)
(By Blaisdell, a retired Congregational according to the statement today of I at 8:15 >Iock, in Knowles Hall, Rol- the Stetson team that Rollins would PARTY

Confusion has arisen in the public minister, is a firm believer in the pos- who arrived here on the lins college. not play the decisive game in a se- I

mind concerning the number of rep- Ii sibility of oil being found in Orange steamer passengers Rosina. Four of the students of the college ries with Stetson, in the Tampa Washington, March 30.-(Special.)

resentatives in the legislature from county, and yesterday he told the take part in the contest, and a gold Times, as follows:
!s' I When the Rosina sailed from La -The controversy over the tolls
Orange county, the impression with medal will be Winter Park Fla. March
given to the successful 30.
Sentinel the following interesting : ,
ceiba, passengers said the fund had raged fiercely today in both the leg- ",
some being that the division of the speaker. The winner of this medal Sporting Editor Tampa Times:
story:
practically been completed, and one islative and executive branches of the
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county at the last session cut the "It is not far from ten years agoI of the leading attorneys of Laceiba I Iha'd will represent Rollins college in the Dear Sir:-Manager Swink, of the government, and when the house ad-

delegation down to one representa- had at the head of the intercollegiate oratorical contest on Stetson university baseball team,
an apiary been retained to defend Dr. journed at 6 o'clock tonight there remained -
tive.This Apopka canal not far from two miles Leigh, who is a native of Jackson- the subject of Prohibition which will makes certain statements concerning five and a half hours of debate -
idea has gained ground be- be held in the near future, in whichit
up from where my place touches the ville, Fla. matters between Rollins and Stetson. under the cloture rule adopted .
cause of the fact that Seminole will canal."I Dr. Leigh went to Laceiba about is expected that several Florida which are so misleading that I ask last Friday. ,

have a representative, and it isn't used boat in to and from two as for the colleges will take part. you to publish the following facts,
a going years ago manager In that time, which will begin at .
clear to these that Orange The orations will deal with the
precisely con- for the consideration of the fair-
there. One morning I noticed the Botica Atlantida, a drug store owned 11:30 o'clock tomorrow morning big
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will still retain its two trol of the traffic in its various
liquor ,
representatives.
minded, sport-loving people of Flor-
surface of the water covered with by a former resdent oif Biloxi, Miss. will be fired on both sides and
guns
The creation of dozen I Admission to the contest
phases.
a count ida:
and all the The disastrous fire i said to have
dead
mosquitoes so way $ the fate of the repealing bill in the
ties from would have will be free but collection will be .
Orange no a
up. My bees were on the bank,whereI originated in this drug store. It is Rollins claims the baseball college house will be announced by 6 o'clock :
effect the number of made to meet the of the intercollegiate
on representatives worked among them all day, and claimed that two previous fires also expenses championship of the state of Florida tomorrow night ;
this The consti- contest which will
from county. las[ my curiosity was excited, I observed originated in the sfore. for the seventh successive season for *
tution provides that the legislatureshall amount to about fifteen dollars. The feeling throughout Washington -
the flow of dead mosquitoes Feeling against Dr. Leigh is said the following reasons:
be of hundred tonight is akin to that of an ;
composed a mem- I all day, and on my return the same. to have been so intense at the time First. Rollins has not been defeated -
bers. The act of 1887 armed camp on the eve of a great i
sixty-eight representatives apportioned to compose How much longer I know not. of his arrest that the military author- MOTOR T R B BOAT RACES[S 'l OPENED[ TO in a series by any college in Florida battle.
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I to ities kept a strong guard about the for the entire seven years.
the house and "Naturally was inquisitive as The vote will decide not the
thirty-two sen- the destruction of such a mass. It jail for a number of days to guard T THOUSANDS AT AUGUSTINE Second. This season Rollins has only j'
ators to compose the senate. In this question whether the United States }
was a hot summer day and the insects against any possible attempt at mob played eight games with colleges in
apportionment Orange county was shall yield to. the British protest 1
In violence. Florida and has won six of the eight, -j
allotted two members and it will were exceedingly numerous. my against favors shown American coastwise
so "Hydro Bullet" Wins in Speed Trial making her percentage of games won <
mind I eliminated
remain until there is a reapportionment -: every possibilityof and Takes Third Event, a Fif- ships but will decide also to a !
.750. Stetson has played the same
by act of the legislature.The i petroleum cause but oozing that of from the the effects earth of BELIEVED/[ T THAT T GUN MN[ Will teen Knot HandicapSt. number of games with colleges in large extent the future of the Dem- L

creation of counties has ocratic
new I somewhere in the flatwoods and flow Florida, winning five and losing three party. :4
.1 caused the membership to run above ing down the streams into the lake. GH REPRIEVE[ Augustine, Fla., :March 30.Special .- (two to Rollins and one to Southern), All eyes are upon Speaker Clark,

the constitutional limit of one hun-I ( )-Witnessed by thousands, I making Stetson's percentage of games whose speech tomorrow is awaited i

dred members. I I "Men engaged in fishing have the Southern championship motorboat I won .625. Stetson has not, notwith- with keen apprehension by the ad- i
Since the stated that they have heard poppingin Petition Filed With Governor of New here this afternoon. ministration forces.
apportionment, above referred races opened I standing Mr. Swink's letter, playedany j

to, five new counties. have been I the waters accompanied with bub- York to Secure Respite for Trophies aggregating $2,000, be- more or less than eight games Many representatives who have '

created, namely, St. Lucie, Palm I bles. which may be a confirmation of Convicted Murderers sides a handsome cup, are offered for this year with Florida colleges. The been absent during the days of ora-

Beach, Pinellas, Seminole and "Bay.i my theory. the Southern championship by Com- games that Stetson claims to have tory are hurrying back to be present ,

This causes the house to have seven-! "Another confirmation, as I now recall New York, March 30.SpecialWhile ( )- modore J. Stuart Blackton, of New won from "Kentucky :Military" and at the final vote. Representative "

ty-three members, but this can't be the circumstance, was the general direct the peti- York.
no answer on "Keewatin" do not count any more Frank Clark is one of these. He has i
remedied without legislative enactment destruction of the fish in the canal tion filed with him today has come The first event, speed trial against than games won by Rollins from her. notified his colleagues that sentiment i

t. for no county can have less one season, so much so that the efflu- from Governor Glynn *and none is time, was made by "Hydro Bullet," second team would county, as Ken-: in Florida is for free tolls and is on ;

than one representative. The membership i via therefrom was most rank. looked for in several days,. it is regarded of Chicago, owned by Earl Deakin, tucky and Keewatin are only "prep" his way back to vote accordingly. '2

in the senate has not been I "I may affirm that the above statement here as certain that a respite which made 43.9 miles .an hour. schools of which :Mr. Swink is fully

4 affected, because the newly created i I is.without exaggeration. I have will be granted the four gun men "Oregon Kid," Portland, Oregon, aware and games won from these 1

counties remain in the senatorial dis-i I been in Florida for thirty years and until the second trial of Becker. owned by S. F. Brocke, easily won schools are not to be counted as a l'rnGlE APPLAUDED WHEN Ht ;

t tricts of which they were a part before in my present locality twenty years The gun men were convicted of the first heat in the twenty foot class part of a college schedule.

their creation. since I was laid aside from the Christian murdering Herman Rosenthal, the by more than six laps on a two-and- Twice before this year some college SPEAKS AGAINST T REPEAL[

Ever since the membership of the ministry by a severe case of gambler, whose threatened exposureof one-half knot course. in Florida has tied ,Rollins in a

i house began to grow larger than the deafness. My name may be found in police corruption in New York is The third event, a fifteen-knot I series, but never any year (includingthis

apportionment act provided for there the roll of Congregational ministersin believed to have brought about a con- handicap, was also won by "Hydro one) has Rollins been tied in a

have been reapportionment bills sub- the Year Book running back for spiracy of which Police Lieutenant Bullet," making the distance in nine- season's percentage of games won. Washington, March 30.- featureof

__!....._ .._ u. . I fifty I years."My teen minutes, thirty-eight seconds. today's debate on the bill to repeal '
--- Becker the head. The first team to tie Rollins in
muiea to every legislature, but at was a
I the free tolls clause of the Panama a

each session the bills proposed were only interest in the possibilities series was the University- ----. of-- -Florida------, c rnnnl act,_, was: tho...... "cnooli'l'...... ,..TaliTTnJ."..v,,..e.. ;
voted down, or.1' if they happened to indicated above is to see the in 1912. Although Rollins ,won the by Congressman L'Engle of Florida. :;

one house they failed in theand riches in, the earth developed by some state championship that year by win
From invalid
chair
the enterprising man or which FROM A WINTER VISITOR ning a greater percentage of her col- an wheeled into '
matter has rocked company S SOME POINTED S SUGGESTIONS[ the well of the house, Representative -.;
us for nine years, in spite of must redound to the general good." lege games than other teams in the with rheumatism
L'Engle, crippled
serious question ,which Editor Sentinel-Pardon the butt-in of a stranger, state, she begged Florida to agree to made ;'-
a vigorous speech opposing the
Jfaised concerning the prob- LAST DAY TO PAY TAXES but I can not refrain from saying a few words about your an extra game so that there could be repeal. a

Dnstitutionality. of every act city. Last winter while sojourning at Daytona I came no question as to Rollins' supremacy.'' ; :

[ since the membership exceed- This is the last day to pay taxes. to Orlando and spent a few weeks very delightfully.This Florida firmly, positively and finally "The division of/sentiment in this

constitutional limit The books dose at the office of the past winter we spent at St. Petersburg, a splendidcity refused to do so. instance," he said floor and galleries I 1\

e trouble in passing a city tax collector and at the office of but not to be compared with Orlando from point of The next, and only other, team that sitting in quiet /..tentin as he spoke ;"
reappor- invaW's chair "is
eat bill is found the county tax collector at the closeof location and make up for a home city. tied Rollins in a series was Stetsonin from his so closeas f.

Ejection of any of the usually counties in hav-the business tonight. After this day If your city had men to put in the advanced ideas, 1913. Rollins won two games to make /e defeat of a great 1

g two representatives to submit the city 'collector will turn the delinquent that is, put into the city affairs of St. Petersburg, you from Stetson at DeLand, and then' American p ciple probable and the

a reduction of its delegation. There to list over to the city attorney would have by far the better city. But to the strangerit Stetson came to Winter Park and defeated triumph /that principle possibleonly 'i1

twenty-three I for collection, and the county tax col- appears very strange that a splendid city like Orlando Rollins twice here. At the bye vigilance of those devoted 1
are counties that have
it. The ;
two representatives ,each the lector will make up the delinquenttax should be so backward in public improvements.No time that this tie occurred Stetson y president can not }
others
,
having one. The counties having two list for publication. Delinquents city that we have visited in the state has as bad still had one more game to play with I be ae ds sed of "playing petty politics
matter.
will have the Orlando. In trip here from St. Petersburgwe the of Florida and in *
are Alachua, Bradford, Brevard Co- to pay additional 'cost streets as our University figurIng -
lumbia, Duval, Escambia, Gadsden, of collection as provided by law. encountered the worst roads within the city of Or- that that game was "easy money" iscussing the international situa-

f r Hamilton, Hillsborough lando, and during our week's stay we have found your they refused positivelY} to consider on Mr. L'Engle said: :1
Jefferson
Lake, Leon, Madison, Marion Mon, Get the April Magazines. They are streets generally bad, and if your officials could hear the playing an. extra_game with Rollin/J "I have heard much of the Anglo-
Nassau fine. Come in. Curtis & O'Neals criticism approaching censure they would realize the importance I The percentage of games won by F* Saxon I bond between England and
roe, (> Polk
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Putnam
range ,
Book, Stationery and Music Store. America. This kind
of talk has
St. Johns, Santa Rosa, Suwannee : of action.I lins and, Stetson last year wasoclose not
and Volusia. apportionment made nearly thirty :was told that the people by an overwhelming ma- that if Stetson defeated /*rida impressed me much because my observation -

4' years ago to get their consent to sub- jority voted a bond issue last summer and as yet the in her remaining game, but sr ld be has been and the cold logicof
It
can readily be seen that with mit to a reduction, based upon pop- bonds are not even sold. This is too slow for'a progressive defeated by Rollins in'f extra passing events has proven that

twenty-three counties, combined ulation. If this were done West Flor- city like Orlando. game, Rollins would fo *he sixth Great Britain is not the friend of this

against any reduction that it is dif- ida would necessarily bear the brunt St. Petersburg lets the work of paving to contractors I consecutive year be sta/champion.j country except when the advantageof

ficult to pass a reapportionment bill |lof the reduction, because the penin- and gets better results.If The. baseball manage /* Professedat I that friendship lays with Great

that would reduce the membership to I jsular counties have grown in such you will allow the suggestion, road building is the that time to be a/ous to play Britain. The British have never gone

the present constitutional limit The Not who can drive a mule the extra but alleged into a country that have
greater proportion during the past : work of,an expert. every man Rollins ga/ they not
j only way to secure the support of a I few years. When this is proposed, team or direct a gang of men 'is a road builder. that the president Oftetson with* he- benefited but in spite of this benevolent

reapportionment measure would be however, all the West Florida coun- Orlando should speedily wake tIp to her road inter- roic firmness ref srto consider for a assimilation of people who did

for a resolution to submit an amend-I ties join in the protest, and the re- ests and-not allow another winter to come upon present moment permittii/an extra or un- not want to be assimilated, Great k
ment to the constitution increasingthe But, you see, lo Britain is the.
apportionment bill then and there conditions.I scheduled game/ greatest bulldozer in
membership, and this would have looks death in the face. voice the sentiment of many tourists with whomI Stetson's' grea azement and discomfiture the world. John Bull has been rampaging -

to be ratified by\\\the people at the This is one of the interesting and have come into contact, when I say that street condi- Flo/ was cruel enough around the world, seeking

polls. perplexing questions to be dealt withat I tions are holding many back from becoming residentsand to defeat St/n in the last game, whom he could scare and forcing

There is such a dogged determination the next session of the legislature, property owners in Orlando. In fact, did I feel any 3-1, thus roffe Rollins state cham- himself into every place 'of advantageby

among the people to hold down and it is one which should be settled. certainty of better conditions, I would acquire land on pion for th/xth successive year. Muff, bluster or blood. Englandwas

the expense of government that it is Some day somebody may get it into I'' which to build a suburban home before my departurefor Now -in/ light of the foregoing the bully of the world and made

doubtful if such an amendment would his head to invalidate every act of the i' the North. does it /seem odd that the Stet- good at it until we cut her down in

receive approval at the 'polls. The legislature since 1905, and it really Hoping for the best for the City Beautiful, I am, son "mJgement" makes the sorrowful 1776. , .

e'Jy reasonable solution seems to be looks as if he would have a very good Very respectfully, as published by you? Is Applause greeted Mr. L'Engle's

for some of the smaller counties hav- case. This might never happen, and HENRY BENDER, Pittsburg, .Pa. it als .ot strange that when lastntinued conclusion as his wheel chair was

\' ing' two representatives under e then again it might. v on page 4) trundled from the chamber. 1


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Fountain
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t: Recently *e have added to our price $2.50, now _$2.00
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stock a complete line of garden handle only the best. We haveit 2-Qt Fountain Syringe, regular : ,
price $3.00, now --------_$2.49 presents "The Blind Power in thr :;,leek A
seed. We are offering Livingston in 1.2 pints 5-gallon cans. Hot Water Bottles, regular

IMP Globe Tomato seed for $123 We guarantee back. this oil or your Hot price Water$1.50 Bottles, now,-regular-------_$1.14 fascinating tale of the magnetic power of a, ; air J Seed. "IIE

F per lb. Send us your mail orders. money 1-2 pints ___________________ 25c. price $2.50, now -----____$2.10 and the awful he r.a'- - : '

Pints ______________________ 50c. TOILET PAPER transgressions price #Y .
SPECIAL ON VIOLET Quarts ___________________ $1.00 __. t.'*:? . ?7 :"- 3 i: ,:.:
Waldorf (big 5c value) 5 rolls
AMMONIA25c for ______25c
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Size, now ___.......--- 15c. SOAPS Scott's Tissue (lOc), three Two other special reels
Fels Naptha, 6 bars for ____28c. rolls for --_____________ 23c.Palmetto :
a Ivory, 6 bars for ___________28c.i (lOc.), 3 rolls for __23c. w:1;: I
Life Bouy, 6 bars for _______27c. A. P. W. ((25c.) 4 rolls for
NOTICE! NOTICE! SLAUGHTER Ivory, 6 bars for ____________28c. (Fixture) _______________ .$1.00 Our five-piece orchestra play "Raymond Overj j
Fairy, 6 bars for _________28c.
MISCELANEOUS Palm Olive Soap, cake ______lOc. WINTER CLOTHES ture (The Queen's secret.)
i :Moth Balls, pound 8c. ,
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In this column we are listing a Lavendar Comp, box ----____lOc.
sold at 21c per lb..One poundof Cedar Mothaline box __
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, Whisk Brooms, 25c value ____16c.i mottled Castile, After the holidays, we find we Night 7:00 to 10 '

Tooth Brushes, 25c value __.-19C.1 Ib _______________________12c. have quite a few very .popular
Tooth Brushes, 35c value ___ : odors left on hand, such as Vio ,
let Extract, Lily of the Valley,
Tooth Brushes, 50c value _*.__.Uc.1 MISCELLANEOUS IOe' j
Caronation.
We have decided to
' Scrub Brushes ________.-_____5c. Denison's Perfume reduce the prices as follows: Children Adults 20c !

c Nail Brushes, 25c value ____21c. l I wax ____ ___Sealing.1.1I All 25c. bottles Extracts __ __21c. .
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Lady's high grade Linen ,25c Pine Tar, 2-lb can _________lOc. cause of many disagreeable colds. Economy pu ,
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Soap Boxes, 25c 21c. ralgia and nervous headaches, especially To make room for new stock we .
Colgate's Violet Talcum ____15c.Colgate's recommended in cases of have decided to reduce the priceon Orlando Florida bulk. "Motto" Quanti
; Cashmere B. Tal headaches from over eating or nero all bristle hair brushes twentyper

cum ______________________13c vousness. Contains no opiates or cent. All goods are marked in and Quality.Fresh .
plain and is
t Mennen's Talcum __________15c. habit-forming drugs. If not re ring.figures This sale. is this.for 10 a dasonly. big
Violet Borated Talcum Ibs ____21c. lieveed, your money back. Price 23c Eggs . 23C doz. Best Creamery Butter -' 39C Ib

Sweet Milk 13C qt. II Ice SOC 100 Ibs., Limes I5c do

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Neill, who spends her,winters at Rest : will have been benefited to the .
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the prices that are prevailing conditions. MMttlMMMMItMIMiMMitHMntmMMIIIiltllMIHIIMMIiHillltmiOrlando
4 Fall River (Mass.) Evening News of : and the prospects for realizing large

March 25: I I sums on their crops this season. Fi- Judge T. P. Warlow, of the crim-

The J. 0. Neill Co.'s hardware store, [ner and crops the bulk have of never the celery been produced is being, iral court. of ,Orange county, will Bank & Trust CoAt

;" 128 and 134 Bedford street, was en-t, shipped at the present time, about hold court in Tampa today in placeof
tered some time between 11:30 o'clock.1 75 per cent having been marketed.One Judge Lee Gibson, who is disqual the Close of Business March 27, 1914
j Tuesday night and 6 hundred and fifty cars went for- ified. Several cases are set for trial

morning and a large quantity of cut ward"C. last C. Gabbett week. sold his entire crop today in which certain defendants are RESOURCESLoans ,

lery and small hardware-was piled up of about eight acres in the field for accused of taking oysters from a bar and Discounts . . . . . . . . . .$375,648.96
in the store office ready for removal, crate and the celery is of
: j. such$1.50 fine per quality that it is cutting belonging to J. B. Gibson, father of Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,459.31
and a desperate attempt was made to the
; from nine hundred to one thousand judge. Judge Gibson several days Stocks and bonds . . . . . . . . . .. . 26,018.33Real
force the office Whether
safe. the,
crates to the acre. Some of the ago asked Governor Trammell to Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 26,437.37
responsible} parties were frightened,other growers that .are shipping are name some other judge to try the Cash hand and in banks
on . . . . . . . 428,721.62
away while still at work upon the: Fish & Fish, Roy Symes, A. S. Fitts, cases. Judge Warlow was similarly
'k safe is not known, but it is believed Jr., while J, E. Pace for the last two relieved by Judge Gibson not
I long
three weeks has been loading two
or $858,285.59
: ,that they fled without carrying with Tampa Tribune.
or three cars per day, and is con- ago.
them more than a few dollars' worthof 1 'uing to do so. The prices at the LIABILITIES

plunder. Only a few pocket present time is $1.75 f. o. b., and buy- NOTICE Capital stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$100,000.00
knives have keen. missed as yet, but it ers are. M.snapping Berry has it up some at this fine price."C. spring. Change of Sclale Clyde St. Surplus and undivided profits .. . . . . 32,628.51Due

, may develop- that the break netted a or.late lettuce grown under slats for, Johns Rivet SteamersUntil to Banks . . . . . . . . . f . . . 230.00

far bigger hail for the thieves. which he expects to. receive $5 per further notice the steamers Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

z Thus far tbl most serious result crate, while some specially fancy let- of this line will leave Sanford at 11 Bill Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
tuce has sold as high as $7 crate.
from the break 1 ses from the tam. per "
pering with the s (e. The combination I "W. P. Akers first crop of lettucewas o'clock a. m.N. Deposits . . . . . . . . : . . . . . 725,427.0
marketed 60 oiys ago and he is M. TUPPER, Supt.
r of the safe was entirely demolished ,just, beginning to cut his second crop, J. B. CALDER
apparently fro\,efforts to pry s which was raised on the same ground. AgentSanford $858,285.59
open the door with anon bar. The He.has a large acreage of fine stuff, Fla., March 26, 1914.

: handle of the safe was wrenched en- Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . . . . . .$649,484.91
k tirely free and the comnnation HMMMMIM 11111 11111 11111 IMIMimillMimi Deposits March 27, 1914 .725,427.05
_' put out of commission. wasIl I I

,v Investigation as to how\the en- : Increase in 23 days . . . . . . . . . 75,942.14

1 trance had been gained to to, store I I Grbve d : Deposits, March 27, 1913 . . . . . . . . 591,149.61

1 showed that one of the rear "widows, 4I Deposits, March 27, 1914 :.::... . . . . . . . 725,427.05
of easy access from a low .roofedbeen I
I II
broken, and it is presumed tit I I II Increase over last year . . . . '0. . . 134,277.44
,ri the burglars both entered and left bj I I II II
the window. I This Season's Best j M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.
I: Bargain! : M. DAMS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier

SENTINEL "WANT ADVERTISING : '.. : Directors t
.
IS NOT MAGIC- I \ "
It's merely a simple and quick meth- I ...;'- @ M. M. Smith, W. M. Davis, E. H. McNeil
od of doing something which could : .T J R. L. Hyer, James A. Knox, H. L. Beeman,
not, in many cases, be done at all in I I L. B. Long, J. W. Jackson, T. IL Evans,
any other way-not, at any rate, \.1 D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs.
:ti without delay and and great tenant-getting expense. ,!I : acres fronting on Orlando-Sanford : :

f are Work-getting two of the commonest of wants 1 hard najt in sight{ of and three minutes :
ad tasks tasks in which want ad- walk Wi
R. R. station
fails. But, to try Postoffice-and :
vertising rarely
II FOR SALE-At if takenat
NORTHI
SPECIAL EXCURSION bargain
a
:c a to accomplish them WITHOUT Sen- II good heel accommodations. : WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES barber '
' ;: am now organizing an excursion once: One two-chair
trouble,
tinel advertising is to invoke fail AND, DO ALL KINDS OF party to New York and Albany, via shop, known as the "0. K," at 203
x disappointment' -and, usually, I:: Vice $15 Per Acre : OPTICAL REPAIRING Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, Boone street, doing ,good business;
ure. April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 10 acres good land fast outside city
from Orlando to Albany, which includes limits, 125 orange trees,
"The heaviest bloom in tEe historyof I'll It must b+ old immediately. : baggage transfer in Jackson- grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
Dade county," is the unanimous I 14 : :; ville and New York. Special reduce and two large peep n trees; four room
. verdict of the commission men and e. tion to those starting at Jacksonvilleor house, new barn,,good horse and rig,
= 1: stopping at New York. For good farming implements. This place is
growers who have been keeping an berth and rooms make reservationsnow located near CWar lake. Owner wantsto
eye upon the grapefruit groves during : Orlaitu Q R E mt Co1 : of C. P. Smith, Hand building, sell on account of health. Address
{i. the last few weeks, and they declare I: corner Orange avenue and Church Hugh S. Miller Orlando, or caU at
that unless something extraordinary DR. L H. RAMSDELL street, before March 21. 3-5-tf 203 Boone street I 32610tW.

unlocked for happens, OPTOMETRIST
and
4 Phone 504 W. T. ENTRICAN, T. ENTRICAN,
Dade county will have this year by Watkins Block (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUai) Painter and interior decorator. New I Makes a secialty. of painting, paper1 -
:(far the bigge crop in its history. idea and old ones, too. Phone 636. I ing;,;1'j' skiing floors, furniture, ete.
Metropolis. "IIII'IIIIIII'llll II llllltlllllllllllll.IIIII" ORLANDOFLORIDA Expert workmen employed. j Phone\ 636. 1.21.1mi.

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WELL With five editors in the field and More help wanted? Room to let MMMMMmiilMIMMIIIMMMMMIIIililM' ...

f Dpn't fet>sick. Keep your health. all likely to be elected to the next or wanted? Advertise in the Sen-

It's the most precious thing in the Legislature, the press ought to be
tinel. Be
sure to read the ads. in
world. Once it is lost all wealth be able during the sessions of that
Only a physician's skill your and a kind Uneeda Biscuit body to challenge the heretofore undisputed today's Sentinel. They bring results.

Providence can restore it-and supremacy of the lawyersin ORLANDO O. W 4 ASIIINGTON

sometimes Providence is on the oth- Nourishment-fine fla- making our laws. At least it

er side. vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. ought to exert enough influence to Dr. BucKmaster

alter, amend, abridge or repeal the
The prevention of sickness makes
All libel law and give us a new one divested -
the cure The best, efforts -
unnecessary. DRAWING ROOM
for cents in the of some of the terrors that
of the best doctors in recent 5 Osteopathic Physician
make the such
now newspapers easy
cave been directed toward the
years moisture-proof package.Baronet marks for the gentlemen in the dam-
preservation of health, and the work 132 Orange Avenue SLEEPING CARVIA
age suit line of business.-Lakeland
has been in
large measure gratuitous .
because people don't send for: Telegram. Next door to People's Bank,
the doctor or even ask his advice until -I
they themselves think they need I J. Hugh Reese, formerly conected up-stairs. Acute and chronic -

it. They don't ask him how to keep with the afternoon paper of Miami, diseases treatedjTelephone
well Usually a man believing him- and now the editor of the Orlando

self to be in perfect health, has .no Sentinel has announced his candidacy 578.Supreffle ATLANTIC COAST T LINE f

idea that he has any need for the for the legislature from Orange

doctor's professional'advice.. county. Mr. Reese, besides beingone I
of the brilliant editors of the .
There are some individuals who most lllllllllllllllrlglllll.
summon the minister when they..hear state, is one of the best posted news-
OPEN FOR PASSENGERS
AT 9 P. 31.m .
(or imagine) the fluttering wings of paper men on political questions of
the death angel, and for the family Florida. That Mr. Reese will make a
physician to postpone as long as possible . competent and useful member of the Auto Oil

the visit of that dire messenger.In legislature goes without saying; his. i OflfQtllP

the confidence of health they have BiscuitRound natural ability and his wide acquain- t
no intimate acquaintance with either tance insures that he will be a val- llllMijj J J JFOR

profession, nor do they realize that uable legislator, not only for Orange : I The oil that has
both might contribute to make the thin, tender- county, but for the state.Miami

inevitable demise peaceful if not en- with a delightful flavor Herald. ;' stood the su-
tirely painless.And RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON

so it comes that the impor- -appropriate forluncheon 23 YEARS' EXPERIENCE preme test W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
tant work of educating the people of tea and dinner.
Florida to preserve or to live up to In buying and selling Seeds. Our W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
Seeds
the highest sanitary standards is a xo cents.GRAHAM. are good. McElroy Pharmacy.
-- THAT ORLANDO FLA.
3-19-3t ,
labor of love, of sacrifice, of philan-

thropy.It's George yR. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.
just human nature to get into WOOD, COAL AND ICE
J. G. Kirkland Division Passenger Agent Tampa. I I1
ruts but the difference betweenthe ,
only If
Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand's
up.
d Gulf Gasoline
rut and the grave is in the oo
depth. Coal Yard, phone 5C6. 9-31-tf i ; =+'IIeIOII I IIi Ilalllllllt.

\V e go on living in the same old I .-- -
Certain habits have failedto POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR
way. may
the present time to bring diseaseor lite Hie H I Hi+4 . . . ,iI. .It II II 51 H IC .It HI' I ,

sufering to us individually, and REPRESENTATIVE .
I
so we think, if we think at all aboutit i "l
that they never will. The newspapers I hereby announce my 'candidacy for Rep .
resentative from P. G. WALTON
Orange
and county subject to Agt. "
magazines are handling CRACKERSA the action of the Democratic primary to be ,
these matterS of health and sanita- held June 2nd. '
tion exhaustively. The ablest writ- J. H. REESE. I J,

ers are discusing them. The techni- food for every day. FOR REPRESENTATIVE 'jI PHONES 450-269 ORLANDO:

cal phraseology of the medical pro- Crisp, tasty and
fession is translated for the under- hereby announce my candidacy for Representative -
standing of ordinary intelligent men strengthening. Fresh from Orange county, subject to I' HHiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiTo

and women. We read these discussions baked and fresh delivered the action June 2nd.of the Democratic primary to beheld

and we understand them, and S. S. GRIFFIN. I
we. feel sorry for the other fellow xo cents THE WEST Water & Light Co. j
who needs such counsel. Perhaps we FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I am a candidate for the office of County -
clip them or send him a marked copy. Commissioner of Orange county from VIASEMINOLE
It brings to mind the parable which District 2. If elected I promise to send the
ends with the words something like people to the best of my ability, having resided -
this: -Thou fool; this night THY here a number of years, I am quali- MinD
fied to know the needs of the section and
soul shall be required of THEE. the people.

p Dr. Woods Hutchinson is authority Respectfully Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm ElectricityGas
., for the statement and he is backed Apopka, Fla. A. C. STARBIRD 'Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm ,
ucorded statistics that
t by one per- Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. I... 9:00 pm
son of every seven at one time or FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. CL.1110
another traces of in pulmonary his life has tuberculosis-discoverable for I hereby County announce Commissioner myself, Orange as a candidate County, Lv ;Tipton, Ga., A. C. 1...____ 1:15 am pm Water Ice j

consumption-in his If thereis District Four, subject to the action of the Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. 1...____ 2:40 am
system. Democratic primary, June 2nd 1914. I.m Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am.
in these it is
any error figures greatly appreciate your support Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
that tubercular people are more Yours truly
C. J. SWEET. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga._ 7:30 amr '
plentiful The world than over this.the great white Buy biscuit baked by Pine Castle, Fla. Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p Office--No. 18 West Central Ave

Ar Ala. C.of G.12:05
Birmingham, pm
plague claims more victims than FOR COUNTY
other disease. any NATIONAL I announce myself as COMMISSIONER a candidate for reelection -Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm

Yet do not stop to think that to the office of County Commissioner Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm
be you BISCUIT Orange County District Five, subjectto Ar Cairo, 111., I. C._________11:07 pm
the the
may one of seven, yet the decision of the Democratic ,
disease makes no discriminations.Your ;COMPANYAiways June, 2nd 1914. primary Ar Carbondale, 111., I. C.12:13 am Telephone No. 6Louisville

chances to escape so far as you Respectfully Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:05 am
look for that E. L. BROWN
can see or prove are no better than name Ft. Christmas, Fla.
those of your closest friend or of Ar Centralia, 111., I. C_____ 1:38 am i I

your dearest enemy-no better unless FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Ar Matoon, 111., I. C_______ 3:30 am
you personally take the care to make I hereby announce myself as a candidate Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am y

them better. For it is possible
lessen your individual chances. I the Democratic primary) to be held June 2nd Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C.:_____ 7:50 am
How ? are so profoundly egotistical in their 1914.

By cbserving the conditions ani ignorance that they won't learn. Such I FRANK H. WILLIAMS. Solid Through Trains-Composed of t"IIIIIIJlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll elllllll

surrounding in which the disease indifference is aroused only by exper-i FOR SHERIFFI observation, compartment, drawingroom -
ience but too often it is the
,
thrives and increases mo% rapidly exper- hereby announce myself as a candidatefor section, sleeping cars, and free
most fatally, and by avoiding such ience that brings to them the endingof Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the
conditions. But it requires the train- all earthly joys and sorrows. Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville -

ed specialist to observe these condi- FRANK GORDON. and Chicago, and Jacksonville
Nashville R. R.
tions, to analyze the causes and froma FLA VEGETABLES IN N. Y. FOR COUNTY TREASURERI and St. Louis. All meals in dining 3))
knowledge of the methods by which hereby announce myself a candidate for
New York, March 30.-There was a Treasurer of ,
Orange County subject to the
the disease is transmitted, to give good demand for practically all Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914.J. car.For I' gets and Pullman car reservations OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
intelligently, to analyze the causes kinds of Florida vegetables this H. TUCKER.
and from a knowledge of the methodsby weeks. Receipts on the whole, were :all on CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
which the disease is transmitted to FOR TAX ASSESSORI W. NEAL, City Ticket Agent, INDIANAPOLIS CLEVELAND DETROIT TOLEDO
only moderate and in a number of hereby announce my candidacy for the ,
give intelligent reasons for avoiding cases, where stock'was in light sup- office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub- or GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.
certain dangers in which the layman, ply, the price advanced. This was ject to the action of the Democratic primary D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,
however, intelligent might be unable called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and Atlantic Coast Line
true on beans, which were in light ,
elected I pledge you my faithful service. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.
to see the possibility of harm. receipt and subject to a very good demand ARTHUR BUTT. Orlando.tllMMMIttlMIMIHII. ............ 8:15
t As Lv. Jacksonville pm Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm
an engineer carefully expressed -
your when quality was good. Best -- -r -- Ar. Knoxville .............12:0011.11. Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 am
opinion is accepted as author- sold FOR TAX' COLLECTORI .............. 6:40
stock of both wax and green Ar. Lexington pm Ar. Birmingham ............12:1011.11.
itative, even if do not reinforceit hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Cincinnati .............. 8:50 '
you to $5 while it ranged down to Ar. pm Ar. Nashville :............ 7:40 pm
with your reasons for it. Give the up ; re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35 am
doctor credit for his businessas $2.50 when off quality. Peas were Orange County, subject to the Democratic Ar. Detroit ... ....*......... 7:45 am Ar. St Louis .............. 7:40 am
knowing primary to be held :
June If
also in and the best 2nd 1914. re- A Genuine ..........
light supply
elected I pledge to faithful serviceas Bargainin Ar. Grand Rapids 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38 am
thoroughly} as you know yours. stock was wanted and buyers were you my Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
His is least I have endeavored to give in the past ...........
profusion at importantto to for it. large Ar. Indianapolis 7:00 am DIXIE FLYER
the welfare of the community and willing pay Fancy from ) W. E. MARTIN. Real EstateGood Ar. Chicago ............... 7:10 am .
brought anywhere $6@7(
peas ...........
LIMITED Jacksonville
DIXIE Lv.
he is quite likely to have good rea- ------- 8:25 pm
when he per basket and sales were reportedover house The fastest train to the West. Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
sons warns you. that figure, while small peas HIIIMIilMMIMMIItlHIShoe eight-room Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35'am Ar. Chattanooga .........'..12:00 non
What may be said about tuberculosis ranged from $2.50@5.( ) with connected kitchen Ar. St Louis .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
and the possibilities of lesseningits There was a liberal supply of let- Repairing I ; twenty acres first class landal Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 am
prevalence, applies with equal
tuce, on which there was a wide rangein
force to other diseases all of them I cleared, 315 bearing
quality, and consequently a slight Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleeper L. & N. Diners. N. Better
more or less serious. range in prices. There} was very little by PARCEL POST ;: Orange Trees, in first class Dining Car Service in this Conn try. Fast Time. Rock Ballast No Dan or

The records that a large per centage lettuce to be had condition fine bloom. Land Dirt.
strictly fancy ,
LIMITED is
of the deaths SOUTH ATLANTIC solid through train with dining cars
occurring annually
but when obtainable, sold up to $4.50 can easily be subdividedinto coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati {through sleepers to Louisville, Cleveland _
in Florida are from preventable dis- per basket and ranged all the way Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 8se and Indianapolis, daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Direct
eases. Many useful lives are cut five-acre tracts, is on '! to Toledo Buffalo.
down to $1, when stock was poor andleafy. Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c connections Detroit Pittcbarg
short unnecessarily.If I road to Conway 21.2 DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
There little Florida
a man is a fatalist, who cher- was very Children's Half Soles, SOc to 75C : with coaches, dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation sleeper
romaine on the market, but it sold miles from Court House, through to St Louis on Dixie Limited over 6 hours lutes} and only one
ishes the idea that death is inevita- Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo I"
from basket. Tradeon outMONTGOMERY
$1.50@2.50 night
ble, that it might as well come to this was cut per into by ,Bermuda Heels Repaired, 2c I road on two sides, main ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily, and con
him _one time as another, he is past stock. road will be bricked this necting sleepers' to Chicago.
the reach of and if he All work returned in 24 hours.
argument,
I will make no effort to avoid disease There were liberal receipts of Flor- t Orders without remittance returned : year. Has rural delivery, For reservations, information, asbthe Ticket Agent or address H.

Ion his own account, he might at least ida celery and though subject to a II C. 0. D. We pay and shool wagon. Sold to C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway,

'have the decency to do so for the sake little good demand inferior,some as it of has the stock been was arriving a- return postage. close and estate. CHEAPfor 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville' 2-26-eo&znt

of others who are compelled by the of late. Twelve-inch crates cash, or very reasonable
t
force him.of circumstances to associate brought, as a rule, $2.50, though some terms will be made. .
with
A. Hanson
:
sold up to $3. Ten-inch crates ranged -
To most of us life is a precious from LORD & BRADSHAW -
$1.75@2.25. :
thing; vigorous health is the normal Florida cabbage moved out in 19 East Pine Street

condition that belongs by right to all but the ORLANDO FLORIDAMIIIIIMIMiMMMMMM Exclusive Agents111111I1111111111111111111
good shape offerings were
of us, but we take some big risks heavier and the prices conseqeuntly Stationery that is not StationaryOurs
with both that we wouldn't take if we declined Crates brought from $ .50

knew better. The medical professionis @1.75, on the whole while some sold

becoming more and more an agen- up to. $2 and baskets ranged from MMIIMMiiMIMIIiltMIMMtlMIIMIMMIMIIIMEaster is constantly on the move becausewe
cy for preserving public health and !lO e@$1. '
already sanitation has become a Florida chickory and escarol have what the public desires_ and at reas-

science. The average Floridian failsto were a little weaker, the former
realize these facts. If he is able MillineryIN onable prices.Our .
bringing $1.50 (@)2.25 per basket and F
to read he cannot fail to have some the latter that fur-
varied
brought about the same stock is so we can
,idea of them, but he fails to give I rices. Eggplants were in light

them due weight or to take to himself ply, though they moved well, when sup- nish most anything you want in size tint,
a personal application of their fancy. They brought to $3.50 -
up per weight. Just now we are selling a
or
significance. But the world is grow- box and sold from there down to finish

ing better morally. It is getting to $2.50. Fancy tomatoes were wanted, boxes of Initial CorrespondenceCards.
be a more healthful world, a better but hard to find. When ripe, they Latest Styles. great many

place to live in, in spite of the heavy ranged from $2.25@3.25 per carrier, / Unless your name begins with X,
burden of
ignorance, wilful igno- while choice stock brought from
rance that opposes its progress. If $1.50@2.25. we probably have your initial. The cards arefineTcloth s 3

we won't join the procession that is Peppers were in fairly good demand initial. Come '
-ATUSSESIAHLOT&IUM- finish, with a gold
marching on to higher planes of sani- at from $2.50(5)4( ) per box bulk,
tary living, we will fall by the way and from 50c box. We
$2.50@3.75 per nine till and see them They are only a
prematurely and we never will be carrier.The .
missed; indeed the world will be justa also have the initial paper to match the
little better because we are not of
it and in it. Sentinel want ads find tenants cards. '

The great, the serious problem that for houses or rooms very day. Let .. -

confronts the medical profession of them help you. Agents for Barclay CorsetsmCan'S W. S. BRANCH ':
Florida today is the indifference of 0\

the average man and woman, who Patterns
are ignorant of sanitary problems, Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, '..4;jf.:. The Arcade Bert aid Musk Store ,

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy Even old Philadelphia has come to \H441
PIN[ STREET[ Will BE ClO EDT the conclusion that the city needs a

South Florida Sentinel T DAY BYSEYIER[ WORK ( W. S. Branch) vigorous campaign of publicity and

The citizens of Chester, Pa., asked trade bodies have taken the matterup.
MORNING AND WEEKLY
JOS1AH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. the Baltimore & Ohio railroad when Among other things, they are Dickson-Ives Co1

City Engineer Ramsey Orders Thor- they were going to build them a bet- going to make an effort to get the
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida ter and much needed passenger sta- next big Army and Navy football
a u Second Clasa! Mail Matter. oughfare Shut to Traffic for
tion and the officials of the road ad- game, and the coming summer will

Q: TO ADVERTISERS: One Day Only vised the people to pray for it and see many other forms of advertisingto

they might get it. Possibly Orlando attract capital and people to the
Copy for display and all other hand-set The expected has happened, and people had better call a week of city.
i
;. aiTertiiinr most be banded in at the business
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. one of the main business streets will prayer to secure a respectable station * DEPARTMENTAL STOREOrlando's
the day before publication. This rule applies be closed for a day. City Engineer :
t. change for contract advertising: it IsInvaria and surroundings from the Atlantic Some idea of the vast extent of
:de and win be strictly adhered to. Ramsey has ordered Pine street Coast Line. Burns in "The Cotter's Mexico is realized when we rememberthat

closed today, and wishes the publicto Saturday Night" says, "They never Torreon is over 700 miles northof
,# Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued -
I should notify the office in writing on take due notice and go around this sought in vain, that sough} the Lord I Mexico City and that it is nearly favorite

continued the date of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will rates be street. The portion of the street .aright." another 700 miles from Torreon to Shopping

until notice to stop is received.SUBSCRIPTION' closed will be between Main and Or- * the north line of Mexico. The city

RATES ange. A dispatch says that Ty Cobb is was not founded until 1887.

-Y Daily 1 Year ..........................$500 The opening of the sewer ditch between sorry he did not learn to play the .
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 these is the for PLACE
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 125 points cause piano when he was a boy and had the REGISTER FOR STATE PRIMARY
4i Daily. 1 Month ....................... 50 closing the street, and it is believed opportunity. Many a piano playeris Books are .now open in the court
7 that the work can be completed in a he did not learn to r
\. Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 1.00 1 sorry play house for registration for the state
..' Weekly, 6 Months ..................... .75 day, between the streets mentioned.The $15,000 baseball, instead of wastinghis and county promaries. If you did not
k sewer laborers made good time on the piano. register when the books were in the e
f TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1914. the
progress yesterday, extending * *
{ county voting precincts you must reg-
:' ---- -- Central avenue ditch from Orange to Twenty-nine hundred and fifty per ister by April 15, or you will not be t

1.. THE WEATHERt the railroad, and starting the workin sons were recently vaccinated in able to vote at the primaries June 2. o e
,
the back of the State bank.
alley Binghamton New in
r York, a single It makes no difference how long you
t.t Only for a short time will the business day. What a howl would if
Florida: Generally fair Tuesday go up have lived in the county or how often
and Wednesday. district be disturbed, for the system -,' some one should hit every sore arma you have voted. You must register A Corset That laces In front

l is nearly completed and the workin 'I good rap at the same moment. And i again or under the new law you can
!t i: the center of the town will be finished what a howl has no doubt already '
not vote in the primaries. Registration -
traffic ordinance becomes effective
The
f.r in short order. gone up by the members of the Anti- Officer Williams has the books We have ;yet to learn of an .
tomorrow. If haven'tdone
\ you Vaccination society, who hold that r in the court house and will be gladto instance where a woman, once'
t. so, secure a copy at once, and THOUSANDS OF MINERS WILL
vaccination is far
more dangerous It is
down. not
I put jour name having worn a Frolaset front-
read, read, read.Registration .
t BE THROWN OUT
:than smallpox. '
the time
to poll tax at
necessary pay
o laced corset, to return to another -
I of registration though it is best to
i 'books will be open Philadelphia, March 30.-Special.( ) : The general office of the Duke To- do so. make.

I until April 15, but that is no reason -Probably 65,000 miners will be out :bacco Works, at Durham, N. C., was There are features in the

why you should delay registering un- of employment in several weeks unless I burned last week, resulting in a loss LUMBER FOR SALE Frolaset that must, of necessity M' .; .

l. til that time. Today is the time to' the deadlock is broken betweenthe of one million dollars. Now the priceof Lot of framing and scrap lumberfor appeal to the woman of fashion. -
t attend to it. soft coal miners and the opera- Bull Durham tobacco and cigarettes sale. See it on vacant lot, corner
Pine street and S. A. L. railroad. These features are the per
0f tors. The miners are urging that the I will probably go higher along ,
Must be moved at once. *
f Harry Floyd has rented a show two years' working agreement, which with the other necessities of life. 3-29-2t DICKSON & IVES. fect-fitting back, the ease and :

.:. window in Apalachicola to advertisehis expires at midnight tomorrow, be re- I comfort with which the Frola- t

candidacy for the legislature. newed. "I"'I'"IFOR set may be put on, taken off or i"
-
} There is just one of Harry's kind,! I""I"'I adjusted, the absolute freedom I
1 and he is itCongressman .V. B. & A. TO BE REORGANIZED
f 0 I SALE AT A I from any corset restraint, and / 4l
\ than else the .
more anything ,
Frank Clark is reported New York, March 30.Special.Plans ( .)- ;
for the graceful and natural figure thatis I
to be hurrying back to Wash- reorganization of the K

ington to vote for free tolls, saying Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic I, acquired by the lines on which .

:. that sentiment in Florida is in that Railroad company call for the formation -I BARGAIN & this corset is designed. I .

favor. It is more than probable that of a new company to be known. If you have any reason to
'. as the Georgia, Alabama & Western
Mr. Clark has not correctly sensed
think that is
figure not .
your
I' the sentiment in Florida. The news- Railroad company, with total capitalization \ \' Fire-Passenger touring car in fine condition. Going North and do
of $33COO,000. Kidder, Peabody what it might and ought to be,
: papers generally indicate the trend 1' not need it longer. Cheap for cash or on mortgage, or would exchange -
& Co. have made arrangementsfor permit us to give you a trial fit- Q.
of thought, and the Sentinel has not I for land in or near city. Also for sale one First Class
underwriting the securities.The "
I' 1 observed but one paper outspokenly \ \ Ticket, Jacksonville to Boston. ting.At
opposed to the repeal of the free tolls all events,'let us show ;you
t: clause. A majority stand with Pres- Telegram is glad to have the the new Frolaset models.

ident Wilson and the Democratic mar strong co-operation of the Orlando
: jority in congress in the belief that Sentinel in agitating the subject of a ii Dr. A. J. TAYLOR : :

the bill should be and Florida exhibit at the San Francisco i
repeal passed,
211 East Robinson Avenue OAK. SEKGE --
exposition next year. The Sentinel
it looks now as if such action will be
I recorded. says very truly that it would be better I *+j

to have the whole state represented .- .
o but if . . . . . *
not
south Florida,
'
ii "The State" is the name of a new
: where the citrus fruits grow, should!
weekly issued from Jackson-
paper have exhibit-even Y. FULLER R. L. FOX
an if the various I A.
I ville, with Arthur K. Taylor as busi-
peninsular counties have to make an 4 4M -
ness manager and William Bryan
.l Mack as, editor. The features of the appropriation for the purpose.Lakeland THE PALMS AUTO COREO I

i first issue are the cartoons by .Mr. Telegram. 1 r
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f. Taylor and the paragraphs and other MOTOR CARS A ie e
ROLLINS COACH REPLIES
editorial work by Mr. Mack. The

new journal promises to fill a need year the(Continued"president"from of page Stetson 1) took For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
:: in Florida for a weekly .which shall
upon himself the authority to decide and accessories. Have a good forceof
j cover the entire state in a true representation full stock of supplies
that Stetson should not play an extra
of conditions, political and game with Rollins, that he apparently competent repair men. All our work, is absolutely
otherwise, without distorting facts or,
I attacking the character and motives i delegates his authority to Mr. guaranteed. We will be pleased to have an opportunity to demon-
Swink this ? If Stetson
year wants
Jt.. t of individuals. The Sentinel believes another "decisive" with Rol- strate the value of these exceptional goods to ;you.: They '

,: there tion, is and a future while for congratulating such a publica-the lins this year, the president game of Stetson are fully guaranteed for quality, finish and color, and are

should himself ask for it in return priced to meet the needs of all. Width is valued'accord
., publishers upon the general excel- PALMS AUTO CO
for his refusal last THE
lence of their first issue it desires to year. Weon't ing to price.
know Mr. Swink's
extend its best wishes for continuedlife authority. We stock them in Cream, Navy and Black.
and prosperity. Yours very truly, FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. ,

A. W. MASON,
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t. On the first page of the Sentinel is Coach, Rollins College Baseball Team.I'.4t , , , , , . .

a letter from a visitor, prominence '
>. being given it for the reason that it I vi4 7

contains some timely suggestions and ,.k

emphasizes a' recognized condition.

; In fairness to the city commissioners T-- j MEN'S t
: ;
: the Sentinel wishes to say in.reply to ,

; the writer of the communication, that : : ',". . FURNISHINGS
< : (
:' they were in no wife to blame for the !ii
\
f We have just received
delay in having the bond issue vali- .. ,
. Are You Invited .
dated and sold. On the contrary they a fine shipment of

have chafed more under the delay ; "Knox"
-- the famous
than any one else; nor is it necessary to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where ,
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to tell us that our streets are in bad a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure 4 Hats in Straws and

repair. We all know it. We have newest and Panamas.
;you will be interested in our display of the
greater reason to know it than,any of I .
the last
our visitors, and we hope that the most artistic designs inCUT Positively

next season will find Orlando's streets \ word in Headgear.

in such condition as to elicit praise GLASS V. \ If

instead of censure for our city offi-

cials. The Sentinel agrees with the I -:.,.. ' There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets .- .\

critic, however, that the business of ,
:
: for gift giving.
: here, that seem peculiarly appropriate H"ur -
building roads is that for expert "

hands to direct, and we sincerely \,, We are sure ;you can never find anything that would I .l

trust that our commissioners will I be more acceptable.T.H.Evans.

make no mistake in arranging for 1 e

this important work.A .

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Elsewhere in this issue of the Sen- Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, makeuse

tinel appears the statement of the of it whenever you can. Samples or information

Orlando Bank & Trust company. The cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

increase in deposits has been marvel- Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues -

lous and the reserve carried is about We invite comparison values.

forty per cent. greater than that required -

: by law. The increase' in de- the JewelerOPPOSITE

posits in three weeks is $75,942.1, ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
,; and the total increase over last year

is $134,277.44. The men in charge of

t.., this bank represent the type of business POSTOFFICE. Orange e Ave. Orlando

brains that have made Orlando .
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a solid and substantial city without EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING I

,rival in the state for combined progress .
and solidarity. I t""o"'I'. ,..

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-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker.

That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes "The Jew's PROGRAMRex. Christmas." A f/n i It A llen's"
tI BUYS AND SELLS three-reel drama with Lois Weber uCl m
that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en and Phillip Smalley in the leading S. .'
roles. Lois Weber is also the authorof -
.. gine." REAL ESTATE this play. An intensely interest-
ing story. It concerns the love of a The best
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car Jewish girl for a Gentile. Though
treating on a delicate subject, the
amels, Taffies, etc. play, through the artistry of the
within three Smalleys, rises above any sentimental WATCHESCLOCKS
FRESH EVERY DAY. 400 acres objection that might be launched

Kissimmee against such _a subject.
miles of two
Don't fail to see it at the Favorite. .

'L | mile facing Orlando-Kis-

simmee brick road, $20 j ; MRS. DAVIS WAS HOSTESS FOR

KkNDY KITCHEN[ SATURDAY BRIDGE CLUB
BUTT'S '
per acre if sold within! <

30 days. 3-14-irn J tained Mrs. the W. M.Saturday Davis pleasantly Auction enter-I B JEWELRY D 1 1tltMtMIMIIIMitlttttHnttmiMMMMIttllltl

The home of pure home-made Candies club at their last meeting, and three

tables of players were participantsin '

AvenueWADE an exciting card contest. The Etc.
Orange
CAMP FIRE GIRLS HAVE A DELIGHTFUL -
high Mrs. L. H.
OUTING score was won by

Lawrence, who played for Mrs. Aber- You ever bought at the

HMMIMMM I Miss Claire Robinson, "guardian"of nethy. Others substituting were Miss
Gassman and Mrs. Joe who best
the Camp Fire Girls, took her little Bumby, price you ever
Mr. Fl: A. Lankford of Philadel- later assisted: the hostess in servinga
band on a jolly outing on Satur- them.
bought
phia, is a late arrival at the San day-twelve members being includedin dainty salad course. 11

Juan. the happy party which left town The club members present were
THE TUNER :Miss Clark, Miss Mallory, Mrs. ChalI
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Barker, of early in the morning for Fern Creek, I (\ i h ii
ORLANDO, FLA. fant Mrs. Mallory, Mrs. Lawton, "
I Ebensburg, Pa., are among the recent where they spent the day. II Allen's"a II
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Howe, and Mrs.
arrivals in Orlando. Camp was made, and the girls had Carmack. UCl II nl

I Mrs. M. H. Hunt arrived in Orlando much fun in preparing their noonday

Mr. II. F. French has returned to yesterday from Indianapolis, and is meal over the open fire. The long ... .
MRS. BINGIIAM IN ORLANDOMrs. -
his home at Richfield Springs, N. Y.I at the San Juan. walk through the, woods gave each a .. ..
I a guest ": :'. .\ \ ; -, : ..
hearty appetite and the spread of : ; . ; :: .. ::, : "
Mrs. John Mitchell, of Maitland, is Mr. and Mrs. Clark Chase after
Eleanor Bingham, who gave a .. .. 0
.
.
and Mrs. good things soon disappeared. .' : : : :" ". ; .
visiting Mrs. R. P. Johnson spending their fifth season in Orlando - Those,comprising the such a delightful lecture at the Ger- >/ >: :'; :: :

Jessie Sims. t left yesterday for Bellows Falls, were the guardian and Misses merry group Alice man-American; club last Wednesday

Mrs. R. P. Johnson, of the Southern N. Y. and Frances Tiedtke, Jessie Gedge, afternoon, for the Students' Art club,

Fertilizer company, left last night for Mr. M. F. French, who has been Elizabeth left the city yesterday morning for
Robinson,Katherine Barnes,
Lakeland and other points, on busi- spending the past five months in Or- Elizabeth Yowell, Guylinne Evans, I Orlando where she is to lecture, Mrs. (b JlO} P ,cD

ness. I Jando, left yesterday for, Richfield. Jessie Pedrick, Carolyn Cloudman, Bingham is a very charming woman

.\ Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Chase, who have(Springs, N. Y. Helen Bellamy, and Sarah Davis. and it is quite probaMe that the 'YOI I

I been spending the winter here, left I Messrs.. S. McKenzie:and' W.:H. men's clubs of the city will bring-her

yesterday for their home at Boston,.Howard, representative citizens of FUNERAL OF MARK WHITE to the city again next winter, in

Mass. j Oviedo, were 'welcome visitors to Orlando , The funeral of Mark White, whose which case she will be Very warmly

Miss Schreider and Miss Hill, of' yesterday.Mr. remains.were' sent. from Ancon, Pan welcomed-Tampa Times, '

Narcoossee, came up yesterday and T. W. Eveleth, who has been ama, where he died recently, will be

spent the day with Miss Berta visiting relatives in Orlando for sev- conducted today The services will ATTENTION'AU

Branch. % eral days, returned to his home in take place from the undertaking parlors members of Welcome Lodge Fire Insurance

Mrs. Gertrude Butler, of Utica, Palmetto yesterday. of E. Hand at 2 o'clock. The No. 9!) are requested to meet at the

N. Y., left for home yesterday after Many friends of Mr. John H. Loos Knights of Pythias have been calledto lodge hall Tuesday promptly at 1
her second winter at the assemble their at 1 o'clock for the purpose of carryingout
spending I are pleased to see him again in Or- lodge room
Arcade. lando, he having arrived yesterday o'clock to attend the services. Mark the funeral'services of our de-
ceased brother. Mark White.
Mrs. Gertrude Butler was among I from New York city. As usual he is I White was the son of Mr and Mrs.
N. P YOWELL, Master of Work.
those leaving Orlando yesterday.She making his headquarters at the San J. W White He was employed by I
I 0. N. LARSON, C. C. A.
will spend the warm season in Juan. the government in the Canal Zone asa s.J7
i ----
.Utica, N. Y. Messrs. J. H. Vick, J. W. Jackson. locomotive engineer. Having been I MENDELSSOHN CLUB
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Doty, who have and S. S. Griffin motored to Sanford I reared in Orlando he had a host of I The '
friends here who will regular rehearsal of the choral
been stopping with Mr. and Mrs. T. yesterday to pay taxes on their prop- to the last, tribute gather today I will be held Tuesday night at eight Phone 172
to him.
W. Mathews, have left for their homein erty in Seminole county. They made pay I o'clock at Mr. Carr's studio. Workon

lion, N. Y. the trip in Mr. Jackson's auto. Mr. the Mikado will
FLORIDA TROOPS WILL GO TO begin and it is
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Miller left yes- Griffin saw for the first time a pieceof INSTRUCTION CAMP necessary that all who wish t>> take 1111'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllll
terday for their old home near Win- property that he had owned and in this
part delightful operetta shouldbe
Columbia
S. C., March 30.-A joint
chester, Ind., where they expect to paid taxes on for twenty-five years, of instruction for present. As this is to be the last fllllllllllllllllllllllillilllllllllllllllllllllllittla
field
encampment
spend the next six months. and discovered that it adjoined property of the concert of the season all who wishto
training
and the
Mrs. J. T. Fuller has been belonging to Mr. Vick, which he regular army join the club do OUAPAMTtC
appointed state militia of South Carolina, North may so by paying
to fill the vacancy caused by Mrs. considers quite a coincidence. Mr. Carolina, and Florida one-third of the membership fee. See
Georgia has
Griffin all well in the
Warlow's resignation as chairman of I I' reports state been ordered the Mr. Hauselt at the People's bank.
of Sanford by war departmentto Demonstrators
everybody saw being
the civics department of the Florida
I' and be held in the vicinity of Charleston -
Federation of Women's Clubs. I I prosperous happy. S. C., from July 1 to August 25, At a particularly beautiful card

Mr. E. B. Halley, of New York,1 I I Bishop and Mrs. Gray, with MissI according to orders received today by party at the splendid Rosalind club

left last night for Charleston, to I I I Emma Gray, returned yesterday af- Adjutant-General Moore of South in Orlando Thursday afternoon, Mrs.

spend a while before returning home.(I ternoon, having been absent from Carolina. Each state has a federal Lee Miller, formerly of this city, won Are canvassing the city in the interest of
'town for several weeks. Mrs. and one of the lovely prizes, and Mrs.
Mr. Halley has spent most of his time appropriation of $18,000 for the expenses '
here in hunting with two fine setters,I I Miss Gray have been with Mrs. Chas. of the campaign. Not more Sylvan McElroy, also a former Ocala the Pride brand of Oleo. Any orders

which he had crated and slipped. I Gray and family at St. Petersburg, than three regiments will be girl, was one of the club committeesin
where the Bishop more recently en- charge of this affair.-Ocala Ban- them will be filled *
"' back to Long Island. I I camped at one time, it is said, be- given promptly by us
his
joined them, after business trip
ner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Newton will cause of the economy of holding
jto Nashville. A recent urgent tele- You the ,best and Pride Brandis the
leave tomorrow for Glenn Ellyn, Ill.,I small encampments. want .
gram to Bishop Gray asked that he
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
where they will spend the winter.
They arrived early in the season and I come to New of Jersey to fill the appointments FRANK'S FATHER-IN-LAW DIES best Oleo; that is why we sell it.
Bishop Scarborough
have enjoyed every minute of their SUDDENLY ,FOR SALE QUICK
(lately deceased) for the next two Nice two-story new house, all mod
time. Their many friends look for- Atlanta, Ga., March 30.-Emile Se-
months, and this he has consented to ern equipment; lot 75x150; close in.
ward to their return in the fall. do, so will shortly leave for these duties lig, father-in-law of Leo M. Frank, If taken at once will sell for $1600.
and a witness for the young factory For further information, call at Sen-
f in his native state. tinel THE SANITARY GROCERY \
office.
, TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO superintendent at the trial resulting 3-31-6t

Chiropodist for both men and wo- Eat what you want. in his conviction of Mary Phagan's
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Eat all want. FOR SALE-Fine Duroc Jersey and
you murder, died suddenly here today. He CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Berkshire pigs (crossed). Apply to
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. LJ. Takea postscript and forget it.
was a retired business man six- A. L Henkel, Maitland, Fla. 3-31-2t
Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over For sale by all durggists. aged
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm I l-7-d&w-lyr tyfive.HMIMmMMMIIilillllMllllliMlimiillMIMIM"11111. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

FOR SALE-21-2 acres land all un-
der cultivation; good seven-room
*! house, nice yard. Address S., Box
671, city. 3-31-lw J CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

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FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs.
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The For rent, three room suite for light -
At Lucerne Today housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm. ANNIE COLEMAN CHAPTER SEED! SEED! SEED!
L. Coryell, 201 Concord Ave. west, U.D.C. I Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
: ... An important meeting will be held
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WANTED TO EXCHANGE-Buick at the home of Deaconess H. R.

.. ., .. automobile, in running order, for Parkhill, Wednesday afternoon, April LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
cow and calf. Address Box 32.
o'clock. Business of importance -
3-31-3t 1st, at 3 Flowers

"The Dancer two reel Thanhouser full of thrills connected with annual state I
a
SWEET POTATO PLANTSI convention is to be acted upon. A ROSES, VIOLETS,

and extremely pleasing."Mabet'S will pay $1.00 per thousand for full attendance is urged.
Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato By order of president, DeaconessH. CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
plants, from now until June 15th.P. .
M.\ Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla. R. Parkhill. POTTED PLANTS
Bear Escape, another Keystone comedy, feat 3-31-lm Mrs. E. La Rue Bliss, secretary.


uring Miss Mabel Normand. A laugh from start to finish. Olive oil. and spices. We have the 3-27-4t.

best. 25 years in the business. Tryus. Take your repairtng to Warman on I Good Wood, - $1.50

, Also three other good reels at the regular prices McElroy Pharmacy. 3-14-3t I Court street: 12-5-tf Better Wood $2 and $2.25

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Ladies who desire correspondencewith I Baby Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75
gentlemen of wealth and refine Warman Repairs and Retires -
and ad- Court street 125tfOSTEOPATHY I I I
ment send your description Carriages on
dress to the Metropolitan Exchange, I This won't last long,

Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents Orlando no fee, Fla.for ladies.There is no 322lwk.Eat publicityand I Stock up while you can.



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

Take a postscript and forget it. Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo I
Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. For sale by all druggists. extra charge for house treatment I 104 W. Pine St.

l-7-d&w-lyr. : Telephone connections I I B.W. KINCSIEY, Proprietor

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PEOPLE'S WANTS money on real estate'at 6 per cent

interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

Special Annr n :ment Curry, Building, Tampa; Fla.
JIUNNIMAKERS 3-25-d&wtf

Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale For
Rent. etc. for this column 25c for one day WANTED-To rent, by the year, & TRANSFER CEL
for three days $1.00 for
60c or one week. for of six
x 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe cottage or seven rooms; must
be close'in and rent reasonable. Ad- 1 1
advertisements for this column as no
THE ORLAND H''' ; \ fsfPANY! insertions will be made on credit dress J. L. D., Sentinel 2-17-2wks

ORLANDO FLORIDA
FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one WANTED-Middle age white womanto ,
Wishes to announce ;* olic that the I acre in bearing orange grove; six help with children; good home

: acres cleared; part of land suitablefor and salary for right party. Address,
hotel and cafe are n' '_ f one management gardening and trucking; located Mrs. J. S. McCawley, Winter Garden, I OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174 >

half mile from city limits on public Fla. 3-21-6t {
and will re, 2' ',en the year road. Bargain. Address M. C. B.,

round, and beginni. : 1st, 1914, will care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf WANTED-Any variety of sweet .piuj ;

{ FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house,I potato plants. Will contract at 75c *
be in position to : rvy reasonable garden and farm land, on Conway per thousand until June 1st, or will iiullLIflLff.

R both clary road. R. Bruce PerrY, Box 115. contract at $1.00 per thousand dur-
= .prices for the su'T : son on 3201md&wFOR ing April. Fred M. Preston, Pine

wi .rd Castle, Fla. 3-20-d&w-tf ,
with
rooms or or straight SALE-Bargains in improvedand

land. See S. S. FI11S
unimproved
board. r ;
s table TRIO OF BLUE RIBBON Sicilian
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Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm
I Buttercup Chickens for sale at cut

The management wishes to assure their One hundred and sixty'acres of fine prices. $12. Tillinghast stock. Tel.
559 ring 4. 3-27-lw
I Ensign ,
farm land, near Maning, North Da- -
that will continue to maintain
they ------ ----
I patrons kota, FO acres under cultivation in !

IE. the high standard of service which good location. Will trade for orange i BROWN LEGHORN EGGS for sale; REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN
: For full stock J. L
grove or city property. particulars -I pure ; $1 per setting.
has been accorded their guests. address C. E. Piatt, Conway, : Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla. Orlando and
J always Box 43. 3-28-6d-1w I I 3-27-tf i Sanford and Intervening ] \

information regarding ------
For full special L Points -

office the Orland 1IIItIIIIICleIIGi+ IIII' III 'I tl 18Jllllt'91IC >
rates inquire at hotel or :
t ; Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick ;

f cafe. I Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed. j jTHE ;

One Bungalow Left to Sell
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NOTESFrom The costume ball given in St. Pet- M. J. DAETWYLER 1
STATE NEWS in
s ersburg Thursday night connection -

with the DeSoto celebration i:; .. / ...

( the Gainesville art) said to have been the prettiest ever

c The new Presbyterion church i n seen in the city. Tile ball was held< Phone 563

and in the city hall and the spacious: Altamonte
Jasper has been completed serv-
decoratxl for the occasiu
room was
ices will be held in it today. ,
the colors of Spain pradominating in 1111 1111.'IIIIIIIIIII'IIDIIIIIIIIIIIJ llllllllllllt .

the scheme. Aloiig the walls wen JL JL

At a recent meeting of the Braden- draped banners of orange and red, FOR SALE FOR SALE

town city council a contract was let the colors under which DeSoto s ied An elegant modern home; four bed- Nursery stock, one, two, three and I Altamonte Springs FlaA I
for the construction of approximately: two bath and elec-
on his voyage of exploration. rooms; rooms; gas four year old buds; Foster Early,
l 109,000 yards of asphalt and brick tricity throughout; fruit trees and Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-

paving.The Going North? Let the Weekly 2-15-tf.flowers. 509 East .Central avenue. ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle* beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R R.)
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or-
Sentinel follow It will
you. keep chestra, etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful
new and commodious store you informed as to the developmentof WANTED FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40

building being erected, in Leesburg, this section. The price is $1 for : week or month; cheap. Phone 571, acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot- I
used WANTED-Two for or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve '
is about completed and will be 52 weeks.A good girls, one ing, Etc.
- the dining room and one for gen- ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
for a cigar factory. eral housework. Apply .Mrs. W. C. FOR SALE-$350 worth of new fur- Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet. I

- WHOPPERPOTATOOrlando Temple, Winter Park Fla. 3-244 niture. Also piano. A bargain.

Following a fine sermon deliveredby continues to boast of a 411 West street. 3-24-lwk GEORGE E. BATES & SON PROPRIETORS j
Bishop H. C. Morrison at the home grown sweet potato that'tipped WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto ,
the; beam at 53 pounds. We'll admit Orlando,good neighborhood,reas-. FOR RENT-Two office spaces in "
Methodist church in Sarasota last SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND, MOUNT VERNON, N. II. J ;
'r store at No. 9 W. Church street.
that's some 'tater, but John Burget, onable distance of schools and churches. our ,
'Sunday $7,300 was raised to help of this city raises 'em fourteen yards Must be good land, suitable for Come in and we will show you. Pierce iMIMIIMiMMIimiMHIIIIIMMMMiefMIMMMIH

: finish the new Methodist church in in length and we think that is a huckleberry trucking and poultry raising. Prefer Electric. Co. 3-29-tf

that town, the foundation of which over Orlando's persimmon.. place with out buildings, but not ab- FOR- -RENT-Six-- room furnished
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Apalachicola Times. solutely if price is right
. laid. necessary house. Address W. B. Senti-
been care
-j has AND HOMESEEKERSATTENTION ;
Give full particulars to B. R. Montgomery -, ESTATE AGENTS, INVESTORS
Ii nel 3-28-lw
.v WANTED-Competent white girl for 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jacksonville -I

:) The floral parade held in St. Peters general housework. Sleep home. Fla. 3-16 tf :I FOUR ADJOINING LOTS in Oak-
nine Small family. Apply 310 Anderson wood Park now for $500.00. W. I.
;; burg Thursday afternoon was
WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing i
street after 10 o'clock a. m. 3-3t. HIGGINS. 3-28-6t.
blocks long and will compare with stenographer, two years experience far '
ROOMS light housekeeping; summer
it any ever seen in the South. The NOTICE TO APPLY FOK ZETTERSPATENT can furnish good reference, desires rates. 307 East Pine street.
position. Willing to begin on
$ float representing DeSoto's caravelis 3-26-6t
moderate salary. Now employed.I
!i is said to have been the most impres- of Notice April is 1914 hereby the given undersigned that on whose the 28th names day Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla. I WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS for I offer for $1,900, two-story, six-room cottage, with rose -
sive. are subscribed will make application to the 3-2Mwk house and shed. Located at 307 West Street, north. Close in; near
Honorable Park M. Trammell. Governor of I sale; Fischel strain; $1 per setting. Park 'and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also six-room bungalow; oil
the State of Florida at his office in Talla- LOOK-$850! buys five adjoining lots. J. L. Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla. finish, double verandas. Special heating and bath room facilities.

; A party of nine from St. Peters- hassee, Florida, not for for Letters profit Patent organized for an under incorporation W. I. Higgins, corner Marks and I 3-27-tf Large, roomy basement, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry -
,
burg made a trip to the lower part Chapter 5958 of the Laws of the State of Ivanhoe streets. 3-21-Gt or furnace. .Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
t of Mullet' Key Thursday and after Honda, upon the articles of incorporation W. T. ENTRICAN, 'House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These lots
hereinafter set forth. WANTED-Position as chauffeur, by I Offers to Orlando the newest and best connect at the corners, with rose house between. I offer the
f a several hours of fishing returned J.. H.L. HAMNER.ROSS.B. steady, reliable man. Willing togo of workmanship in the painting and whole for $3,8CO and allow dealer's commission. Open to all
( with 55 good-sized mackerel This is. L. B. SKINNER. anywhere. Address "Chauffeur,'I decorating trade. Phone 636.

one of the largest catches of mack- ARTICLE L care of Morning Sentinel. 3-26-lw 1-21-lm -
The name of this corporation shall be the J E. IT. coirMMMMMM
erel this season.A FLORIDA GROWERS' AND SHIPPERS' Will a lady living alone give room Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em . .

LEAGUE. ARTICLE IL accommodations to a young woman on Court street. 12-5-tf ORLANDO, FLA.
STREET NORTH
WEST ,
is alone in the city? Address "Appre: 307
number of new houses are being The purpose for which said corporation
formed shall be the mutual cooperation of ciation." Care Sentinel Office. , ....
erected in Glen St. and the ; .,
;f. Mary its members, for the purpose of advancingand 3-28-3t. WANTED family washings at -
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to the front. protecting their interests as growers, from 50 cents Home -- --- -- -------- - -----
town is rapidly pushing once, up.
The mer haJ.ts, farmers and busi- shippers! products and marketers of all kinds.of Florida agricultural FOR RENT-Seven room house and Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla. Reel. R mR H[ [WS
S[ TI
ness men are said to be optimisticfor The place where ARTICLE its principal HL business shall quire good at_barn.this ofice.Centrally__._ located.3-29-3t.In-I I 3-8- R[ D IH[
of Orlando, -- -------
a good crop year and a prosperous be transacted shall be in the City
LOST-A sleeve button initials "T.
Orange County, Florida. ,
; season. ARTICLE IV. F." Bring to the Sentinel office . . . . . iMMIIIIIMIttH'There's
The term for which said corporation shall and reward. 332861FOR
exist shall be fifty years from the date of the get
The Florida Record says: "At a issuance of its Letters Patent SALE OR RENT
ARTICLE V.
most enthusiastic meeting of more The number of directors of said corporation House corner Anderson and Osceola -
than thirty men who. were eligibleto shall be Nine but the Board of Directorsby Streets, suitable for one or two
a two-thirds vote of the members presentat families. Will make price and terms a
membership in the organizationof increase '
any regular or special meeting may reasonable. A :
or decrease the number of said di- bargain. \ .
the Sons of Confederate Veterans, rectors, provided that the number of such Apply to W. H. EATON, 110 Sum- .
Camp Tallahasse was born, and thir- directors shall never be less than three. The merlin Place. 3-9-1w. a
Board of Directors shall be elected at the
ty members were placed on the roll." annual meeting of the members of this cor- WANTED-Ladies to bring their
poration to be held on the first Wednesdayof combings to us. Don't destroy
May of each year, but the Board of Directors -! them. We will make what want.
Mayor and Mrs. D. M. Lowry of may change the date of any annual you I
Come and see our stock and examineour Show "
meeting, so as to make it contemporaneous Style
IiF Tallahassee tendered a beautiful reception with the annual meeting of the Florida State work. We invite inspection. If
at their home in that city a Horticultural Society, by giving ten days you havn't the,hair we supply it. Our
thereof to all of the members.
notice stock is genuine. We make ,7 '
every-
few nights ago to the new members The Board of Directors at its first meeting,
thing to order. We cash for .
shall divide the State of Florida into three pay
church. The affair ii i
of the Presbyterian -
districts, and no more than three directors combings.We .
i was most enjoyable.The hall be elected from any one of said districts beg to announce that we have '
The Board of Directors at its first secured the exclusive for the '% in
meeting and at its first meeting after each agency j Here Every Day
well-known and Clow's Knit
popular
Crystal Springs Dairy Com annual election. chair select from among -
themselves a President and two Vice-Presi- Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam-
pany recently purchased eighty head dents[ ; and the Board shall also have the ples will be submitted for your in-
of goats from Mr. Hedges. There is power to appoint a Secretary, and to desig- spection at your leisure. The goodswe
bank Treasurer of said corporation -
k. nate a as
not the slightest doubt but what and it shalliJso have the power to employ handle are the kind that satisfy. !
I
a General Manager and prescribe his NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar- X'JN: JD": The YearSNOWMEN
ri goat raising here will be a profitable powers and duties. At the first annual meeting land St. 3-23-1 mo sz
three directors shall be elected for one
and will be of the
industry one great- -SEEmSEED
ear, three directors shall be elected for two SEED!
est benefit to the land.-Crystal years, and three directors shall be elected for Garden and field seed. DeLaney &

Springs note in the Tampa Tribune. election three Tars directors, and shall thereafter be elected at the to fill annual the Abernethy, druggists. 313tfBuy : : Home makers

offices of those three directors whose terms your garden seed from DeLa t

1' "In its successful effort to keep have The expired.names and residences of the directorsof ney & Abernethy. Just received a rlando's Low Price Furniture House
said corporation selected for the first Tear, big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf will find a vis-
A ahead, modern, and up-to-date, the and until their successors shall be elected,
Bert and have accepted said office shall be:
McCarthy Jewelry Company, of
L. B. Skinner Dunedin Florida.J. .HIHiHitMIMIIiMHiliIForSale Cor. Main and Pine Sis. :,
Avenue C, has installed an electric H. Ross Winter Haven Florida. Orlandofla.etthroughour
bell system. This system has call J. C. 'Chase Jacksonville Florida., : .
H. c. Scbrader Jacksonville Florida.H.
bells all over the store so that a E. Heitman Fort Myers. Florida.B. H! big store an interesting
L. Hamner, Tampa Florida. .
clerk or watchman be called at
can
H. J. Drane Lakeland, Florida. II
any time from the place. There is W.. R.C.Davis.Temple.Bartow Winter, Florida.Park Florida.J. I I treat We have here the

also an automatic door alarm.Miami IN WITNESS WHEREOF the subscribers :
; Herald. have hereunto set their hands and seals on |-Modern 8-room . .$ most of neces-
delightful
this the 30th day of March. 1914. :
.1 J. H. ROSS (Seal). _
I B. L. HAMMER: (Seal). House 2 doors I -
Hernando's handsome 1,
court houseis
L. B. SKINNER (Seal). sities for the furnishing
now completed and the furniture is J. C. CHASE (Seal). west of Wyoming : ,.'. \
H. C. SCHRADER (Seal). -
being installed. The Southern Argusis H. J. DRANE (Seal). of the modern home.
in favor of having a dedication J. R. DAVIS (Seal). Hotel. Bar. :
H. C. HEITMAN (Seal)
service in honor of this grtnd temple State of Florida W. C. TEMPLE (Seal). game I '. We specialize in high-grade furni-

of justice, but the people don't Orange County. :

seem very enthusiastic over the matt Before appeared me. the W.undersigned C. Temple authority to me, well personally .I.. | ture at a moderate price. We invite you

ter. Are the people of Brooksv.le I'known to be one of the persons described in .
and who executed the foregoing articles of to come in and look over the display.
: so busy that they cant find time tow Incorporation and who duly acknowledged the A. L. Bentley, :

w .celebrate the completion of a seventy execution thereof to be his free act and deed. Prices
Witness my hand_and official seal this 30th Right
K thousand dollar public build- kj of March. 1914. 10 L AMELIA AVENUEi.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'1 j
IL H. YOWELL Notary Public. I MMIMMMIIIMItMIIHIHH
ing. .. .- My commission expires January 8th 1916.

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P v .' m and Licking $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruitand Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
ftnks: along the orange trees. 120 are

tit :.f :;felt during last If . : ..._l1TIl 1181 .. I t large seedlings and the balanceire AND SALT MEATS '
;' .j I of the disas- l from one to three year old

{ >-hI 15-28,1913., A That HlMade' 6 \ bids. Near city.250.Choice FISH AND GAME
'KL : ;j;illwccl by cold- : *: home in city; 8rooms

.d} day has checked I large lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
iri; ,i! i streams men- WHY? BECAUS] .- 'Htfc.'-! E flAj. T } l> 'S I $2,400-Good: 7-room house,

(: JI'u l..'- t reported has HOW TO MAKE ': ?s I tf 1AJ J $Af Jurr AUDITIONS i. East Side. Close in, 'only five Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

\ ',!.i s southwestern FOR BlTifr.. CL'TO JS; AM' \ ,- minutes from postoffice. and pure.
.. iwhere: bridges J Lots of choice lots and a number -
4 uu. TABLES. NOW H : E VHME' TO F UUiETile : .
.,.. of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
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u .. uAt's heavy rain.P make your wants known.
P ,1 rising rapidly ORLANDO Ph ., . .;:: is '>.:, ,... It t )A ,zL H. M. Self & Co.

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'ta; pared that this
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taken care of in '
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.' > .' ere marooned in atedeJt; : y .
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r -L t'w; but sick persons. -'f 1

.-OO.: _.:::.- -!d to carry off ,f I'h. 216' ;

excessive rainwater. :

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Menaced by High Water ,IiJJli ,/ .,.;;," .:!.' ;/,.. : "'. 1- We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by.John B. Stetson & Co.
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.,:. rahilt made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
western New York are threatenedwith ; -

a repetition of the disastrous : "' <. d :" ; f', Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
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flood of a year ago when homes were : .
; Pants and Overalls made Sweet Orr Goods from H.
washed away and damage estimatedat .by Dry B. Claflin & Co.

several hundred thousand dollarswas \. ,, .. & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
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eight feet under water. At Corning -

the Chemung river is ten feet above To the, Wcand .Hurt westDIXlllMBOT

normal and has flooded the highwayswest .t.- ORANGE AVENUE

of the city. At Olean the.Allegheny ;.14:''- ".. ..
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and the southern and eastern parts of }I RYfR $ ,

the city are under water. .I. ""' ,. '. 'f ..hbebhhh.p..G .
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nectady and Scotia and it may go Waycross Macon G. S. F....... lin pm .- .-._ . .". ......... 3:46 pmr amr A PLEASURE WITH A GAS RANGEIf
out before night. There is also a Atlanta, C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 1:25am r Atlanta, C. of Ga .............. 7:12 am COOKING
r Knoxville, L N. .............12:19pm
heavy ice pack against the Erie canal r Chattanoop W. & A..1:1Sam 11:55am r Corbin L. & N. ................ 3:16 pm
four miles east of the city. r Nashville N. C. St. L 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. N. ..no......... 9:00 pm you do your cooking with a gas range you I
aqueduct ........... of cooking because
Ar St. Louis, L C."L"N. %:5Opm 1:20 am r Indianapolis Ya. I. 1:50 am can appreciate the PLEASURE
has been
The Redford bridge already Ar Lexington, L. & N. ............ to and
6:50 i pm ashes carry
carried away. The river is rising Ar Hopkinsville L N........... 6:27pm Ar Cincinnati L. I: N ............. 8 Opm ,you have no wood or JIJ
rapidly. Ar Evanaville, L. N..... 9:28 am 9:2S pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. L ..........1%:%0 pm nothing to dirty up the kitchen.All .
Ar Terre Haute C. & E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am --Grand Rapids G. R. L ....... %:4hm I
Ar Chicago, C. &Eo: L..... 6: Opm 6:50am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 1:15am you have to do is to strike a match and
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turn valve and the fire is as hot as if it had
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will DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC
Sentinel give you the practical -I LIMITED
Solid train, composed of section drawing. Solid train, been going an hour. Then, too, you don't have to ,
will of
thing and it be of a dignityand composed electric lighted
.room sleeping care observation compartmentcan the fire too hot or too low
about
style that will please you. We've and dininz car, between Jacksonville and drawing-rooID Pullman sleeping car and coaches worry getting
Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and because the gas fire is always the same regard-
got the equipment; we've got the experience ar between Jacksonville and SV Lcuis.
Jacksonville, Louisville
and Indianapolis; less of weather or other conditions.If .
and we will deliver the jobon 'DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and

time and in perfect order. Tryus. artment Solid train, observation, carrying sleepers electric, lighted snd elect com ie Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between you do not cook with gas it will pay you
Jacksonville and Grand
Rapids Mondaysand
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Phone 21.LOOKOUT ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- to let us put a range in your home on thirty
Thursdays of each week. Dining car
lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car
arm meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati days' trial. .If it is not all we claim for it, your
MOUNTAIN money will be refunded. -
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or
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"News" sightseeing automobilesfor W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent W. D. WHITE, Depet Ticket Agent. GAS DEPARTMENT

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r-r 1. I: oj J')P '" ."; The annual and business Useful Year-meeting of the rtitw; Thta ;t e dll > < ELI 'ME";


,: Civic League was held yesterday afternoon '.... > ." & ..; '

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) I:* THE STATE BANK vice-president, Mrs. A. B. Whitman; i ; >: 'Monoy( hc. : 1k ;:. :*

second vice-president, Mrs. Seth i: ,. t", .- 't,':" '. '.(: ..' .'' .. ..r'., ; -
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Woodruff; recording secretary, :Mrs.J. i= ','. '...... .. . _.' '. ..... T \:.. ..1tr. .. ..1., :. ;,.- :< "
vy i; W. Simmons; corresponding secre- _=-== 'A . ... "'r A '\... r. \" 'f.' ...' .'
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: I :Mrs. E. W. Davis; auditor, Mrs. S. A. I ; .I' \

civilized' world I Johnson. jV leD yi j have money yogi. :do notflociKcredUalliidn .. .. ; "
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every country Mrs. Fuller and the other officers I== h, '.' ", '. y.'I ". -..'
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"A.B.A." hotels, t'y = .-- .'
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Cheques are for the made their annual i \ < ;
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: railways, steamship lines and the best shops -" reports, showing year how thorough and j \ $JII'it.v/Bl. ,bt+"offered your, . Z ,.'- kL
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as your own check book is at home. Useless I -- .. ';" : ,..; --J.' .' ,_ C:,.\joc it.1>of ...
identifies was given these officers for their .\ f . . .'"' "... ( \
till signed, and your signature you. I untiring labors. J-i'tr "t >' '\. " )... .' ,-c:

1 = tr Open a Sank account today and iiicre a& your I IiM
The reports from the chairman ofthe ,..
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standing committees were most === \ 'tit \ '
interesting. Mrs. Warlow, of the i I :=:- i' ) !(, and\ soon you will liavclasiilstnntial )- ,>

Tea Room committee, spoke of the I ,
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change, both of location and of management j L amount.. '-; ,,' ..

of the Tea Room, and acknowledged ==== f' - \ .:',, '' "

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Lucy Ross Cornish, its manager. :Mrs. -: t' '


.''-.: ," '.\-.;' the Warlow league said were that greatly the committee indebted and to i 1 H>> n>>ll Nafirll lll hi fi\ilt\ i

I :Mrs. Cornish, who has worked so :

1 faithfully and has succeeded so well ., _
in her duties. The chairman also ; "It is n rJcasurc to serve you." _
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thanked the committee which has ; .

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"f "better babies" contest and other
ing all of Torreon except the two !

FlCIITINC AT TORREON[ CONTINUES[ Cuertos. In these are crowded fed Beneficial campaigns. ..
:Mrs. Woodruff, of the ways and
erals. The losses on both sides are
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NERVY 1033fS[ 1 I IIWIJH i frightful. means committee, reported $H4.20 of the trees planted, te interest eral times answered\ requests for cop- state committee of charities and. cor-
earned for the league.
_--:..-- awakened in the Eola perk project, ies of their constitution and bylawsfor rections. '
BARS BURNED SUNDAY NIGHT The charities committee reported use in. the organization of other A vote of thanks was.given;.Ito the
Villa Is Gaining Ground and Momentarily having aided sixteen families and two and of the improvement tf the gov-. leagues. The Juniors earned over retiring officers, and after the dec

Expects Surrender of The barn belonging to :Mr. R. M individual cases of destitution since ernment lot. $58 at their recent bazar :and now M tion, Mrs. Edwards, the new")resident -

Federal Garrison Carroll on Reel street was burned the middle of August; has distributed Mrs. Beeman read a rejort of the have a fund of $171 to usg, toward took the chair. 0. '

about midnight Sunday night, and eighteen packages of clothing, and Junior Civic League, written by its the equipment of their playground id [

It. Gomez Palacio, Mex., March 30. was a complete loss, there being no several packages of bedding; placed I president, Miss Helen Hosla 5. This the park. Information comes from Orlando ?
Special.)Villa bas just wired Car- insurance. The loss was about $300. several Christmas dinners and pack- i paper was very enterta ing and I that Joe Hugh Reese is a candidate,
ranza at Juarez to the effect that The origin of the fire is not known. ages of Christmas gifts, for which showed that the Juniors lore enthu- I After hearing, this report Mrs. Ful- as yet without opposition, for the leg-
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ler mentioned the interest islature. The friends of Joe
fighting at Torreon beautifying manifestedin many
with for the
C9ntinues the of
names needy families were siastically working
Reese in Tallahassee will be glad to
Fort after her talk Abe
..i rapidly dwindling federals stubbornly I Editor Walton of the Reporter asked of the committee by private of the city, and also are living Myers on see him here in that! capacity.-True

resisting fV onslaughts of the con- Star and the young Messrs. Walton donors.A up to their motto of "Joy, Cleanlinessand Junior- Civic League work 'given before - Democrat, T1..1.-r-4' ;;,
the assembly of educators at
stitutionalVv returned last night from a visit of a splendid report was made by; Labor." This league has now
a Villa has ? wired that he expects day or two to Daytona Beach. Mrs. C. G. Wescott, who has been over forty members and ,since the that place on March 12th. .T., S. Abernethy auto livery, phone If_

Vaj6cos to surrender not later chairman of the park committee for meeting of the State federationhere It was decided that the league 2, Orlando. ?;5-t.' fL '

JEIiIlbm-A Yi11a is now occupy- Try the Sentinel Job Department. the past year. :Mrs. Wescott spoke the Orlando Juniors lave sev- should donate $5 to be used by the Sentinel want ads. get resulto.'ftflMiHliMliiillHilMiliMIMtiiilllllMMinittt Str .I

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