The morning sentinel

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The morning sentinel
Uniform Title:
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
April 1, 1914
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Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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} 'THROUGH T CANAL BYMORITYOF86r y Policemen. Will-Be on Alert to Keep I Jacksonville Policemen and Postoffice l E DAYS y Of f FIERCE f BAffLE :j

1 ......; Vehicle Drivers From J Inspectors Think Dead Man
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Violating Act Was Cannameyer -


new traffic ordinance goes into
1: POSITIQNOF'ALLLEADINGTMEMBERS -- [no PERFORM OPERATION O E effect today, and all drivers of vehi- blower, jail breaker, preacher and MAll UM OUTSTANDING i i THOUSAND MEN IN ;

cles will beigilant to observe the crook, ended with' the shooting of the ', 1 THE SIEGE
I ; Craven at Wildwood last Feb- -----
new law, or they may be cited,to appear yegg, I
r ,- Dr. E. JU Fuller Made Quick before the police court for fur- ruary. Craven' was Cannameyer." Last Few Days Witnessed Rush at I!|

t '''DAY Of mrrfMOO. AT APITOl' Orlando on, Professional" ,,ther The instruction.policemen have been drilled' in Such the local is the police assertion force of who membersof have Collector's Office to Pay Up IRRECULARSARETOBE 1 [ f EXECUTED[ [ '

.. Matter AssessmentsThe "!
% :
of the dead
seen pictures ,
::: Jr > the requirements of the new ordinance -, 1
..a. .and will be posted sufficientlyto recently brought i in by the postoffice
E. M. Fuller noted inspectors, the Jacksonville Me- tax books closed
.* Dr. a surgeon know when it is not being ob- .says ; yesterday, *
:: AFTER, DAY OF TURBULENT of New York, arrived in Orlando yes- served. tropolis. and the amount that remains uncollected SURRENDER REBEL CHIEF
": ... DEBATE IX THE terday afternoon on the, 3:30 train to The new regulations relate, largelyto Cannameyer: will be remembered as l is small in comparison to the AXXOUXCES HE WILL t,

t *." LOWERfHOUSE perform a difficult operation upon Dr. : the parking of cars, the starting of the man who .made the sensational total amounts paid into the collector's. SLAY: HUNDREDS ;

!: ., *"* .. .*, Osborne, of Kalamazoo, Mich., at Dr. cars when it is desired to remove escape from\}. the jail here on the hands. V -.

Speciaif: 'j7s.: McEwan's sanitarium. 'The operation them from morning ,of December 30 last, and It for CollectorIaJtin' 9
parknig places and the was impossible
: Washington, March 31.( El Pas Tex.; March 31.-(Special. -
;S done and who believed to have been '
was ,successfully turning of 'No was responsible to tell last the exact
.The president's bill repealing free corners. vehicle except night .) rin on fell early this afternoon -
,t. tolls passed in the house of representatives the surgeon left on the midnight : motor cycles and bicycles will be} 'for the blowing of the post- amount of his collections, but he estimated and the constitutionalists occu-

.248 train 'for New York. allowed to stand at one place on Or- office safe at Green Cove Springs. that the amount of money -I
tonight 'by a vote of pied the main plaza..of the city shortly -
: fI. 'to 162; Majority 86. Dr.,Osborne entered the sanitarium ange avenue longer than thirty min- While at that place, he posed as aireacher. paid in f which he had been unableto after 2 o'clock. The fighting dur-

three dayS ago for an examination, utes, between the south side of Cen- His career included several make entries was in the neighbor-
the and of
) ing day was desperate out
t'f ,Contributing to, this majority were and"was told 'that the operation was : tral avenue to the north, side of other daring escapes, it is said, hood of $30,000, which added to the the entire garrison of 9,000 federals,
,twenty-seven Republicans, whom Mi- It was delicate.and dangerous i and rivals the most fantastic fiction.
necessary. Church. The speed limit is reducedto amount already entered, $98,194.87, fewer thousand left
a were
: nority Leader Mann couldn't hold to than
.. j but the distinguished patient Craven was shot closely following
ten miles within the city; ,eight and the $21,000 railroad taxes which alive. The streets
were literally
:, i{gjeafr plea for free'tolls without take the risk and Dr. the of safe in Ocala ;
1 determined to, miles in turning corners. The ordi robbery a an will be paid into the state treasuryand strewn with dead.
.l' regard. to party. Only fifty-two DemIt : Fuller, was chosen to. assist Dr. Mc- nance has twenty-two sections, and tore, and occurred when a special subsequently remitted to the
It Led by Villa in the rebels
\ octic, 'members came to the support and accordingly tele- agent ,for the, Atlantic Coast Line, 'person
was all of them are important to the ounties,by the comptroller will reach stormed across Jhe trenches and into
,1' of dark, Underwood, and other Democrat graphed for. It is said that the feerepresenting man who drives a vehicle in Orlando. II watching for'the robber, saw two fig- a total of about $150,000. The total i the business district ;
Center of/the.. ,
who to free tolls. .
fought save ,
? much more than a congressman Copies be obtained ures skulking between the cars of a taxes assessed were $155,738.94.
may by applyingto '
where the,federals
were strongly en-
The, announcement of the vote' at
draws for six months of freight train.Traveling .
4 the city'clerk. Thus it wjll be seen that the amount trenched. J '
.?' '7:16 o'clock was'received in compar- service 'was deposited in advance.At at thirty miles an hour,
; of taxes outstanding will run up a total The attacking forces shot '
t .atjve silence:following" a day, of extcitement. a*late hour last night Dr. Os- I the men fought;out a desperate pistol of small moment alongside the were
Practically all other' business borne was resting well, and it is be- SUFFRAGETTES S [ ARE TO WORK ON duel over the tops of the swaying box total, though the amount of itself is I.down I like and the, but federals Villa were urged unable themonward .,

4 : in the capitol was suspended lieved that;h'e l will recover. cars... Craven was killed, and when considerable. L '
'I Th|.senate, unable to obtain a quo- DEMOCRATIC the body was searched, $200 worth of I to withstand the assault.. Theythrewdown
The collector's office been
hast extremely their, and surrendered.General'Pascual .
guns :
.z I- raw because_ 'a, number 0 f.its members COFFEE'ROASTING' IS NOT CON stamps were found in'his possession.For .
busy for the past few days, Orozco was report-
had to the house to witness
: gone SIDERED OFFENSIVE this the
reason, postoffice inspectors
.. and work .
ad- night has been necessary to eo\ killed'during .fighting. Velas*
the the drama
4' closing scenes 'of, Will ''Insist'' ; photographed the body.
That Franchise Be Given keep up with the entries. Many business co, the federal commander, is a"pris-
,1 journed.. ;" 1 Because,the Pure Food store roast- A few days ago,_ when the printed
e to the
Women of the Southern men who delayed the payment oner.>
.( t\ .The:bill 'will flow go'to t senate. ,I ed coffee every day or two, and the circulars came out, Inspector JohnSPA I.
., States until the last day simply sent the In a dispatch 'received here late
< ? L'c is Said to;be almost evenly di- odor; arising from the process was not took his copy down to the police
\ r' I collector blank checks with signatures his afternoon Villa is quoted. as sa
: ; viid4on'the subject There'.can be I pleasing to some, an effort was madeto station. \\., E. McCarrell property ]
attached for" him to fill in the that he will advance Mea
;-t. .no,. cloture. rule in the senate and it : have the ''roasting discontinued.This Des Moines! Ia.,, March 31"-(Spe- clerk,was looking over his shoulder ng' on
correct amounts. A of
great mass his eke
fj City as soon as men a sj
j .: till j&erefore.:require; ,probably ,five. ; or;sir weeks for: final action. The Pure Food store to present a petition frage Conference ended a three days Cannameyer case. |
I receipts made;'and this, work'will Villa does not expect fight on
+ :senate has fifty-one Democrats and signed by all tbiHtosiness men in the session here this afternoon with a i .. "That's Albert W. Cannameyer.," he
keep the office force busy for several ing the capital, and believes
.( orty-four Republicans: 'with one va- neighborhood of:the store, that the discussion on the :aofvisability' of said. c '
days. After this task is com- Huerta w'illleave Mexico as soil
cancy from Alabama..' roasting!' of coffee was not offensive pressing for, the immediate .amendment The group of detectives scannedthe
the collector will making the
pleted i begin he learns of result at Tone
..* Speaker Champ Clark, closing the to them, and the Pure Food ,store of the national constitution. picture closely. All who had been
'. out the delinquent list for pub- The number of prisoners take!
<':debate; against the repeal of the Pan- might .joast all the coffee it could Miss?Kate Gordon J-> sident of'the. acquainted with Cannameyer agreed lication. The list will be publishedfor not known yet, nor is the number

arnan canal tolls exemption for American bring to Orlando so far as they were Southern conference, would Concentrate that, the likeness was striking. 'officers
thirty-five 'days, prff captured known. Sever]
,t shipping, disappointed those who concerned. So the council yesterday its energy' on working'with the Among those who saw the circularwas 23 in the Sentinel and contianing until hundred irregulars were capturedthe

.expected him to attack,President Wil rendered judgment that the roasting... Democratic party uigig' "it ,to en' : Deputy Sheriff James Crawford,I June 1, the legal sale day when rebel troops and Villa announ
son. He disclaimed any personal 'issuej might continue. :franchise, women in the Southern who shadowed Cannameyer for weeks :
property: remaining unredeemed will that he will execute all irregukj
,' with Jhe' president, declared 'he states immediately. It'this action is when he was operating in the vicinityof i' be sold to satisfy the taxes. before sunrise tomorrow. The" irrj;

bV Believed Mr.Vilsons,actuated by !ister-plenipotentiary,, consul-general, pot' taken Southern, women will then. New Orleans about ten years' ago, ulais fought gallantly to the l!
The city tax books closed' yesterday ;
.1\1' .t1e nighest patriotic +rnotives- ,and ,or in ome'other fat an4'juicy job, she said, insist on the federal amendment and who knew him almost intimately. ditch
realizing to surrender
+ also. All realty on the books or
111. that thereWas no breach in the Dem.ocraticpzirty has, been endeavoring to place me in t "Do you think 'Craven' is the same
upon which taxes had not been paid be captured meant death to them. The
,Y*,: 2, : pe argued, at..Iength antagonism to the president ever r man?" Mr. Crawford was asked this were ordered by the council to be cer- regulars first shot up a flag of truce

a r\7 .against.the! 'president's contention and since the election.. 'These papers de- HOME' ;RULE BILL AGAIN IX morning by a Metropolis reporter. tified to the city attorney for collec- !and deserted by hundreds to the rebel

:declared ,that tbe'amazing .request clare I am opposing this surrender to .a COMMONS "I think so. They look very much tion. : side.
} .
._,of the, 'president*,lor"a ,repeal, like Great Britain as an 'opening,'gun, in alike," he replied. ,jYAijm
f the passeth all und for president in 1916. London, Eng. When Cannameyer was arrested
It peace ,oiGod ,:.. er- my campaign :March 31.-After aweek
hs standing'+Se ,disclaimed :any: personal 'may 'surprise' these obsequious of,i sensational developments in for the Green Cove Springs robbery, FISHERMEN[ .ARE[ SKING.IO[[ GU INDIANS MAKP RAID ON '

,issue between"the_president and, courtiers to know that I never hintedto connection with the Ulster situation,I prior to being brought here, he had

,ft ,himself_ and. added that if ,the president any' human being that I would be the house of 'commonstOday started about $1,000 worth of stamps on him. UNIFORM FISH H lAWS ., BOR RANCHES = j

,had. reasons ,"which''. are not utterly ,a...candidate_ _in 1916 and that, I.,am the debate, on the second reading 'of He is also known to have had a wife I "

t untenable and which compel not! a candidate. Consequently their the, home rule for Ireland bill It is who was much assistance to him in \ German Citizen Is Slain and Other ,J j

,r him to make.this 'request" he had slander has been a gratuitous mental expected the ,measure will occupy the his operations. ,, : ,'
Welaka Is
Camp Busy Interviewing j
j' not given.then? tot, house. He differed degradation.i ." .. house for at'least three days. Craven also had a wife, and she hasa .Atrocities Are Committed aDouglas

,, with .president's 's tement Continuing Speaker Clark said: '''The',absence of Mr. Asquith, who record, according to the police, Candidates for the: Legislatureon by the Reds

I that- toll exemption :was: "a_mistaken "never entertained the slightest was in charge of the bill, was bitterly which further bears out the identifi- SubjectAt j:

economic poJicY*' but admitting dispute ill] will toward the ,president" about complained'of by the unionists. cation. Ariz., March 31.-Spe- .

on that point, proposed,that! ,the the Baltimore convention. I wish It is reported from Dublin that Albert W. Cannameyer} whose right every session of the legislaturemuch cial.)-The ranchers in the Yawua .1

.t ;.exemption,be suspended ,two years him well, I did all I could to elect Premier Asquith is to be opposed" name is thought to have been AlbertW. time is taken up with bills reg- river valley have joined forces to pro- 1 i

I' lIe,contended that the president :was him. I have steadfastly supported the by-election for East Fife 1 by Driscoll, was said to have been ulating the taking of fish from certain tect their lives and lands.

nsta'kefin'! his view that the him until called to bolt James Larkin who formerly associated with Duncan.and Following a raid today on the Brass ,
exemp- we are upon as head of the waters, and as the waters in
.tion' 'was, repugnant, to the 'HayPauncefote -. the platform, I absolutely refuse to transport workers' union, was leader Stafford, both notorious safe blowers. Florida are numerous and as there i is ranch, Otto Miller a German citizen, 3

treaty. .% .. doany such thing. of the strike in Dublin last autumn.In Duncan has been hanged, and Stafford generally a bill for every separate was slain, the ranch was looted and

."1..'do.''Hot. believe that President t'"The fact that I am making this connection with the strike, Mr. is at large after serving a sen- body of water this item of legislative the Buildings were burned. A band 'j

', J .A Wilson..'has ever entertained.any. oth fight for- our platform pledges may Larkin was sentenced to seven I tence for robbery.He grist is no inconsiderable thing. of Yaqui Indians was responsible for f
the atrocities.
,,; ).*r_opinion,as to theconduct of those end my public career. There are months' imprisonment in October for first became known in police J
That' there will be of it at
onus,,who'find it necessary to differ' many: t things worse, ,than being defeated inciting to, 'riot, but was later re-circles at the time Sheriff ,Crawford the next session of the more legislature is The ranchers, including fifty Americans '1
; with i him ri' this'measure: /President for congress or defeated for the leased. : caught him, in New Orleans, after a own property in the valley, K
I evident from the efforts that are be- immediately formed j
Wilson does not'desire a breach intbV :speakership,or even worse'than to be Viscount Morley, lord president of 21 days' chase. He was suspected of an organizationfor
ing made Welaka
already by Camp] their mutual protection.The 1
Democratic, party. fdo not. desire .!,defeated. for the presidency and one the council today abandoned his intention -! connection with some postoffice rob- No. 1 Fishermen's Protective Association Yaquis claim that the entire J
t 'a.breachlin: the Democratic party and of them is to repudiate the platform of resigning from the cabinet': beries at that time, but through a
of Florida. The Welaka fish- 1
I valley is the of their tribe
there, is ,no'breach."IVwould ., on' which, you are elected."I which was intimated in the house of technicality in the extradition. pro- organizing all the fisher- property ,
I ermen are and further raids
are expected. ,1
..u _$corn to believe 'that" can'be happy without the presi- lords yesterdays: ceedings escaped. men of Florida with the object of se- '
I :" President ,Wilson countenances for i'dency. I .can be happy without thespeakership. 'The cabinet met today and the He is known to have been sen- l
uniform state laws. If
.one tnfment'efforts df some of,theI'jackal i'. If my' constituents strongest pressure was brought to tenced several times, but each time curing there are any fishermen fishing, in Orange, GOVERNOR R O'NfAl [EXONERATED x [ [ 1

: press ,to represent that tfe,are, should retire,me to ,private life I can bear on Lord) Morley not to add to he broke out, using similar methodsto county who wish to join the move-
seeking( to still be happy in' the love and affec- the the here and it
'disrupU1th Democratic difficulties of his colleagues by ones adopted maybe ment they should communicate with
i F party.ti ,..With"most of these who- '"have tionr of,my wife and children, in the giving up his office., said that he has never been? held the Welaka Charges Made by Lacy Incriminating '

'ilspj'ted' that, I am seeking 'to'disTuptnhe Society of my books and in cuTtivating1 I except for a short time. camp. Governor of Alabama Proved '

> > i party:the. wish is father to :flpwers ,and trees." COUNCIL PLACES PRICE ON I No less sensation than that of Can THE WEATHER to Be Groundless
thej ought." = attacks the is the of the woman
Newspaper' speaker NEW CITY MAPS nameyer story Florida: Generally fair Wednes-
Jleplying to \shat;;he. ealeda "scur- charged, lead been actuated "to bully t .' -----' I who called herself Charles Craven day and Thursday. Montgomery, Ala., March 31.-

? ril as,'and ,slanderous) article .in the and browbeat me into dc'ng 'an un- The' cit!, counciUyeaterday by resolution alias Prater, and who is now in Special.-The grand jury which has

k New York :World," the speaker) said American thing-an.utterlf unjustifiable fixed a' prtce'of $7 ton the I Savannah. She is ,said to. have thekey ,See the elegant assortment of Easter been investigating the charges i
hp the charge lhat W had been swayed thing,a .thing' which .will excite larger cityrmaps: which-have recently to a hidden cache containing $10.-. cards and booklets at Curtis & against Governor O'Neal in, connection

i *'m Jiffs attitude toward the bill'by the the scorn and derision, of the civ- been made, 'and a price of $1.50 on 000 in the vicinity of the Cathedral O'Neal's, Book and Stationery. Store.I, with the alleged emb z1eme'

"ship subsidy! interests? was a "base ilized world." the smaller size The demand for the"I cemetery in that,city, and all efforts of convict funds, returned a repe

and false' insinuation.! ,, 1 :serving, that he(had no criticism larger maps among real estate men to locate it on the part of the' police the Georgia city. She admits havjng this afternoon exonerating the ec". t

+ .*If any man'here believe that slan- T his Democratic: ,colleagues who and lawyers is considerable, .and it is and others have failed,'though she :been the wife of the dead man, and utive.

.5'f der" l shouted, 'the_ 'speaker,- "let him would, vote- ,foj repeal!,. the speaker likely that a goodly number will be has been surprised haunting the placeon I'even boasts of his skill, according to' The charges against the go'7101" ]

'vtand, :and ,now' so that he pleaded that "if we'1'mast differ, let sold. two separate' cca$on :by the ,poll the Savannah officials.It were made in a statement ,fr* one .
'! 7': be hundreds differ kindness.} h. is Lacy, who was recently ,coned of y
seen byj1 : of: witnesses i us in Then he lice. i. -f expected that a further effort

IWi.j t 4r. ." !" tj: ,,J:,, launched, ''into an argument on the G. W.' Morse's beautiful country Mrs. Craven is'now_ held. in jail at will :be made, to identify Craven as embezzlement in ,the handing the the '..'

t1 r j/The; newspaper J bathed, he said, merits, of*the*toll| issue. home ,twq miles north of DeLand Savannah as a material .witness Y in Cannameyer,, :possibly by measurements convict funds The 'repo'nerati* :

:: Matong with. every:editor in America Sparkmtn,,With thePresideitContinued burned'A to the*ground Saturday. The the white slavery case ag inst. p. according; to, the Bcrtillon. .sys grand jury' is a complete 2 .J.

'\ ,'Vwho hopes to, be anambassador, min-. \ I( ,bn. page, 4). net loss is estimated at $1,500. Goldstein, who' accompanied, 'her. to,.A tem.. .' ,of the governor. r-_ ., .
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The oil that has '
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stood the su- TODAY AT I

.Big Drug Store.. preme test # Montgomery. Motion Picture Cc i .

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Garden Seed and Field OlIVE OIL Special ber Sale Goods on Rub. Goo Gulf Gasoline Grand Theat

We are among the Iar6est deal-

ers in Pure Imported Olive Oil 2-Qt Fountain Syringe, regular
Recently I we hare added to our price $2.50, now $2.00 "THE THEATER BEAUTIFUL"FLORIDA'S
in this section of the State. We : ---------
'? stock a complete line'of garden handle only the best. We have .'>.-Qt.Fountain Syringe, regular 1
price $3.00, now --------_$2.49 FINEST PICTURE HOUSE
seed. We are offering Livingston it in 12 pints to gallon cans. Hot Water Bottles, regular P. WALTON

IMP Globe Tomato seed for $2.25 We guarantee this oil or jour price 1.50, now -----____$1.14 Agti

aF Send mail orders. money back. Hot Water Bottles, regular COME AND SEE FOUR REELS OF THE LAT .
Ib. us jour
? per _, 1.2 pints ___________________ 23c. price $2.50, now -----____$2.10
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AMMONIA. Waldorf" (big 5c value) 5 rolls ". , TRAIN THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN A ; '
for _________2oc.Scott's .
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25c Size, now _____________ 1 5 c. SOAPS Tissue- (lOc), three AND THREE QUARTER'S ENTERTAINME t1

Fels Naptha, 6 bars for ____28c. rolls for --------------- 25c.
Ivory, 6 bars for ___________28c.Palmetto (lOc.), 3 rolls for _.2oc. Dr. BucRmaster TEN CENTS.
Life Bouy, 6 bars for _______27c.A.. P.: W. ((25c.) 4 rolls fort
I ____________28c.FIxture( ) $1.00
NOTICE! NOTICE! SLAUGHTER Ivory, 6 bars for ---------------
'i.Y Fairy, 6. bars for .__________28c. WINTER CLOTHES Osteopathic Physician FRIDAY, APRIL 3
4 a MISCELANEOUSIn Palm Olive Soap, cake ______lOc.
Pure imported Castile Soap bens Moth Balls, pound -----______8c. 132 Orange Avenue
i' this column' we are listing a. sold at 21c pound j I Lavendar Comp, box --------lOc. "THE LION AND THE MOUSEThas Klien' M,
Cedar MothalineF. box _______
of articles *"e have lOc. Next door Bank
large variety to People's ,
of this makes about :5 -lOc. --
soap --- -
K decided to slaughter the price. This cakes. You can't afford to miss BIG SALE ON PERFUMES (In up-stairs. Acute and chronic piece. Special Music by a five piece orchestra

will last for ten days" only.Whisk his sale.Oldfashioned. Bottles diseases treatedTelephone "
Brooms, 25c value ___16c. mottled Castile, I After the holidays, we find we

Tooth Brushes, 25c value ____19c. ; Ib ____.___________________12c. han quite a few very popular 578. I"IIIIIIICIIIJI'lieJitCOllliIIDrllf
Tooth Brushes, 35c value ____27c.I I odors left on hand, such as VjoValley
let Extract, Lily of the ,
Tooth Brushes, 50c
/ Caronation. We have decided to
Scrub Brushes ______________5c. Denison's Perfume Sealing! reduce the prices as follows: WOOD. COAL AND ICE

(t, Nail Brushes, 25c value ____21c. I wax _,.__________________ 2ac.l All 2oc- bottles Extracts -21c. Wood $1.50 strand Hand's
All 50c bottles Extracts ____42c. up. : .,
a Plaid 2oc value j Formaldehyde and Sulphur I t. : f
Highland 23c.AH I $1.00 bottles Extracts ____84e. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
19". Fumigators ______________ .
box .
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per --------------- I -
Fieldshire Linen, 25c value, Wash Wash Rags Rags _--_--_-_--_-_-_------_--lOc.oc. D. C. COLD CAPSULES i -

t box ._____________________21c. Scott's Tissue Towels _____ 10e.The change of weather is the
t Lady's high grade Linen ,25c Pine Tar, 2-lb can _________lOc cause of many disagreeable colds.capsules ; .;..nriW
value box L 18c.Paradise Pine Tar, 1-lb can ________ oc. One 23c box of these usually "
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gins relief. 25c. Box. Guar RIG H power oey ::.a
Lawn, 25c value ___21c. anteed. & finD co .
7390This ;)
Initial ox Paper, high grade "Try Wrigand -
Linen, 50c value _______-_39c. is a subscription for neuralgia Attention Ladies .
Soap Boxes, 25c value _______21c. and nervous headaches, especially To make room for new stock we Thais Our Business t r Garden ; '.,F

Colgate's Violet Talcum ____13c.Colgate's recommended in cases of hate decided to reduce the price Orlando Florida'a
bulk. "M :
0 ( >
all bristle hair brushes ( -
on twenty
qtr Cashmere B. Talheadaches from over eating or ner
per cent. All goods are marked inplain
cum 13c vousness. Contains no opiates orhabitforming and
---------------------- Quality.Fresh
f figures and this ISa big .
Mennen's Talcum I _________13c.Violet drugs. If not re- ,ng. This sale is for 10 days .
Borated Talcum Ibs ____21c. liet eed, your money back. Price 23c: only Eggs 23C doz. Best Creamery Butter -

I Sweet Milk' I3C qt. II Ice sac 100 Ibs., Limes

Sweet Milk Fresh Butter
OjC pint Milk ;

DeLANEY <& ABERNETHY Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered( J

(charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $I.35 ( a"f "i
Next Door tOe Store ORLANDO, FLORIDA

340 Acres Good Land '

J' I

TAFT NEWS NOTES Trouble may be roosting all along FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story-L f. '
I but it is of am a candidate for the office of County
I the line, as frightened
Commissioner of Orange county from
ft, Fla., March 30.-Mr. and :a brave heart and a determined purpose District 2. If elected I promise to serve the best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale.
people to the best of my ability having resided -
S. E. Sprague left Saturday ; as woman is of a man. here a number of years I am quali-
fied to know the needs of the section and ,.
ning for their home in Medford, the people. .
_ass. They will return in the fall Variety is the spice of life. That Respectfully,

remain. is no reason why some men shouldso Apopka. Fla. A. C. STARBIRD UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiimw: : : : :::::: ::: ::!::::::::: : &' :-bed

Mr. Raup and daughter, Myrtle, far forget themselves as to"be
t Friday evening for their home interested in families other than their I hereby announce myse'f. as a candidatefor
__ Pennsylvania. They will return own. County Commissioner, Orange County, Orlando Bank & Trust CoAt
District Four, subject to the action of the
the fall Democratic primary, June 2nd, 1914. I will

J. E. Tracy, J. D. Miller, Harry E. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR greatly appreciate your support Yours truly the Close of Business March 27, 1914

Moon and Mr. Lee, of the Taft Nov- C. J. SWEET.
Pine Castle Fla.
elty Works, are at Winter Park this REPRESENTATIVE RESOURCESLoans

week putting up water tanks. resentative I hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county subject for Rep-to I announce FOR COUNTY myself as COMMISSIONER a candidate for reelection and Discounts . . . . .$375,648.96
Misses Frances Nelson to the office of Commissioner
Myrtle the action of the Democratic primary to beheld Orange County. District County Five, subjectto Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,459-31
Raup, Vivian Martin, Frances Ellison June 2nd. J. H. REESE. the decision of the Democratic primary, Stocks and bonds . . . . .. 26,018.33
Mrs. W. E. Mrs.'C. C. June, 2nd, 1914. .
Respectfully, Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . 26,437.37
Cheneworth, Mrs. F. W. Peinert, Mrs. FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Ft. Christmas, Fla. E. L. BROWN Cash on hand and in banks . . . 428,721.62
Hecker, J. S. Barklow, Mr. Phillips, hereby announce my candidacy for Rep-
resentative from Orange county, subject to
C. H. Nelson were Orlando shoppers the Action of the Democratic primary to be FOR SHERIFFI
hereby announce myself as a candidate $858,285.59
k; Saturday.Miss he14 June 2nd. S. S. GRIFFIN. I for Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the
Josie Collins visited her sister i Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. LIABILITIES

_ i at the hospital in Orlando Saturday FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FRANK GORDON. Capital stock . . . . . . .$100,000.00

1 re-election hereby announce to the myself office of as Supervisor a candidatefor of hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURERI a candidate for Surplus and undivided profits . . 32,628.51

Mrs. C. H. Nelson and Mrs. C. C. Registration for Orange County, subject to Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the Due to Banks . . . . . . 230.00
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914.
Cheneworth were Kissimmee shop- 914. ., J. H. TUCKER. Re-Discounts . . . . . . None

pers Friday.Mr. FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR FOR TAX COLLECTOR Bill Payable . . . . . . . None
and Mrs. Tomkins and grandson TAX ASSESSORI I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor .
hereby announce my candidacy for the re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof Deposits . . . . . . 725,427.05
J. H. Paige, were Formosa callI I office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, subject Orange County, subject to the Democratic
to the action of' the Democratic primary primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If reelected -
ers Wednesday. ;ailed for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and I pledge to you my faithful service :
Mrs. Mary F. Moon, Mrs. J. D. Miller I elected I pledge you my faithful service. as I have endeavored to give in the past $858,285.59
and I. H. Paige were sightseeingat
: Deposits March 4 1914 . .
Winter Park . . .$619,484.91
Saturday. . . . . .
C. H. Nelson was in Orlando on .- .- .- .- .- ,- -. -. .- .- .. . . . .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- : Deposits March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.05

business Saturday. : I Increase in 23 days . . . . 75,942,14
Mrs. J. N. Ahik and son, of De- :

Leon Springs, are here visiting her I: Grove LandThis Deposits, March 27, 1913 . . . . 591,149.61

parents this week. I Deposits, March 27, 1914 . . . . 725,427.0;

Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Bowman and :
Increase over last year . . . . 134,277.41
Lyman were in Orlando, and Winter :

Park Saturday. : 31. M. SMITH, President

S I Season's Best Bargain W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Casl i-*


Here is a little verse in answer to ,: Directors

1 Walt Mason's "Progressive Woman,"I': I @ M. M. Smith, W. M. Davis, E. II. Mc> .
in which he says he is glad she is H R. L Hyer, James A. Knox H. L. Been :
I L. B. Long, J. W. Jackson, T. II. Erai
1 some one else's wife: I D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. ,D. Begg
Walt Mason is a funny bard, I like
:, to read his rhymes hard ;and he knocks some I 1 55 acres fronting on Orlando-Sanford ..f:::::::" ',::" ': '::'::tllllllltIIlIlSPECIAL : : 4
prefty makes
people hit ;
a hard road. In sight of and three minutes
I .
sometimes. saw his face in Human
Life, but I wouldn't like to be his walk from K. K. station, Postofficeandgood EXCURSION TT I
wife. He's very clever, full of wit, WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES NORTHI FOR SALEat
and makes the people laugh, but Iguess hotel accommodations. am now organizing an excursion once:
he thinks that he is "It" and AND DO ALL KINDS OF party to New York and Albany, via shop, know d

\\forgets his better half. I could not I Price $15 Per AcreIt OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, Boone stre i; J
i tandem go through life, so I wouldn't j April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 10 acres g.
tie to be his wife. Each day for from Orlando to Albany, which includes limits, 12tgrapefruit t
s funny verse I look, and read it ton must be. sold immediately. baggage transfer in Jackson- .9
: friends, and paste them in a neat ville and New York. Special reduc- and two la: y,
., S book to keep 'till this life ends, I It tion to those starting at Jacksonvilleor house, pewfanning
bu( confess that all through life I. stopping at New York. For good ii ,,"
wonot like to be his wife. 'j berth and rooms make reservationsnow located net 2.a-
B. S. C. rl R I TlJ mm Co.Phone of C. P. Smith, Hand building, to sell on a ,r.-
\ j jo corner Orange avenue and Church Hugh S. J
L H. RAMSOELL street, before March 21. 35tfW. 203 Boone
F ,atelY, Concord, Vt., where _. .
+ 'icy jro0pe to 52 degrees OPTOMETRIST V ii
1:, loW' week, is not( where the 504 Watkins Block | (Successor to Dr. ...0. P. LUriai) Painter and interior decorator. New Makes a s ''!;-

:pes C\ f rom.-SonwrvilJe, Mass. ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. .ing, rsfini -
21 ." " ,1,1,1.,11111-,1,1111.1 ORLANDO, FLORIDA Expert workmen employed. Phone 636

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Sets Aside
Progressive Congressman I
> Technicalities and Goes StraightTo Prices. Sale DRAWING ROOM
The PointIn Great Reduction in Grocery Special Every Day .


his last letter to Dixie, Congressman -

I "So many L'Engle people says have: written my; Compare my prices given below with prices of my competitors

office in Washington asking for particulars -

a short about time ago the bill to prevent I introduced for hauling railroads -- BAKING POWDER-SODA-SALT Others My Others Prices Prices My ATLANTIC L COAST T LINE[
from charging more
Prices Prices Peas, Butter Ball Early June, No. 2,

freight in I one believe direction it would than ,b 10 e Rumford, half lb. can _____________15c. 13c. I| can _________________________ loc. lOc.
another pretty that idea to print the bill Rumford, 1 lb can_________________25c. 23c. 1 Peas, Sweet Violet, No. 2 can _____20c. 15c.
a good with few obser- Rumford, 5 Ibs, ___________________$1.25 $1.15 Peas, Geneva, Sweet Frinkled, ____15c. ..10c.I .
in full, together whole! _________________50c 45c. I> Van Camp's Lye Hominy, No. 3 OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
vationa thereon, so that the Royal, 1 lb. Ib can ________________25c. 23c. !1 can _____ ___________________ 15c. lOc.
have the Royal, half can
matter the may people of Felicity Hondathat Soda, half lb ______________________05c. 4c. Pumpkin, No. 3 can ____________ 15c. 12c.
among ________________________10c.8c.. : Maryland Chief Tomatoes, No. 2
Dixie alone can give it. .1 mayas ; Soda, 1 lb can _________________lOc. 9c.; 3 for 23c.i .
well right in the beginningthat Crystalline Salt, round, sifting top Tiiesi1ay I allhl I Satiiflay
I do say not, expect to get this bill box ____________________________lOc. 5c. I,i Maryland Chief Tomatoes, No. 3 [ J [ J JFOR
througli-tftthsut a long, hard fightiflfbill Sack Salt, 2 1-2 Ibs ________________05c _4c. can _________________________ 15c. 12c.
__ ___
that t&rs down anybody Triangle Salt _____________________We 5c. Baxter's Succotash, No. 2 can 20c. lac.
5c. Beets, small red, No. 2 can ________20c. 15c.
interferes in way Ice Cream salt, 6 Ibs _
house any -------------
:, play with any special or. filvor that anybody Fine Salt, 6 Ibs. ____________n_____ 5c. : IIAM-LARD-BACON RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON1V.

hard __________________
I f has ender existiQ'/law, has a Kingan's Bacon SOc. 28c.
; YEAST R. O'NEAL Ticket 71.
legislative road r travel, because of White Bacon _____________________20c. 18c. City Agent, Telephone
$ the people who)/ate directly interested :Magic Yeast _____________________Ooc. 4c. Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, per 1-lb W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

in retaining tits special favor (in Fleischman Compressed Yeast, per box _________________________ 40c. 38c.
this case the railrVids) are orgamzedto cake _________________________03c. 2c. Cottolene, No. 4 can ______________60c. 58c. ORLANDO, FLA.

fight and will :'ight. The peopleare the Price of Cottenlene, No. 10 can ____________ $1.50 $1.40 George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando. I
to be benefited by the doing away Ask Eggs Crisco, small can _________________25c. 24c.
of the special for (meaning the BUTTER AND CHEESEFox Crisco, Medium can ____1_________50c. 48c. J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

_________________ ,
not :
masses of the people) are organ- Crisco, large, can $1.00 93c.
___ ____ 38c.
ized to fight, and it is very difficult River Butter, lb __ nn Snowdrift, No. 4 can ______________50c. 4Sc. .IIIIIII 'I"I'I.tll"tIICI"III'ltIIIIIIIIIEI" lttt11'111111"li
to Peanut Butter, per glass 20 and 30c 10-15-23c. No. ____________
to get them interested enough < Snowdrift, 10 can $1.25; $1.23
________20c 15c. !
4,4 Date Nut Butter, per glass, Lard__ ____ I'IIIII"I"iIIOIIII'l
sentiment strong Armour's Simon Pure $1.00 90c.Armour's ++
create public Edam Cheese, each ________________$1.25 $1.00 --
work done I
on enough the lawmakers to counteract by the the wellorganized Swiss Cheese, imported, Ib ________oOc. 35c. Wesson's Cooking Shield Brand Oil, cans Lard90e._________35e. 80c.30c. lji

special interests. The people are CEREALS :' Scoco, in bulk, per Ib ______________15c. 13c.
supreme, all right, and can do anything Barley, package __ ________________15c. lOc. Pure Lard, in bulk, per Ib __________18c. 16c. j t
they want to do in law making, Tapioca, per package ______________15c. lOc.Kellogg's MACARONI I I
by forcing the lawmakers to respondto j Corn Flakes, pkg _________lOc. 9c. II I
Macaroni, 1 lb package ___________15c. lOc. II
their will. The difficulty is to get Cream of Wheat, per package18c. 13c. Spaghetti, 1-lb package ___________loc. lOc. I ORLANDO
them to express it forcefully Grape Nuts, per package __________ 15c. 14c.
enough and in sufficient numbers Yellow Corn Meal, package ________15c lOc. CANNED MEATS
about this particular measure. Take Mother's Oats, package ____________15c. lOc Beef, corned or roast in cans _____25c. 23c.
this particular bill for example: If all National Oats, package ___j________15c. lOc. Beef, sliced in cans Diamond C. __..20c. ISc.
Florida growers of fruits and vege- c Royal Seed Oats, per can __________20c. 14c. Beef, sliced in cans, Beardsley's ____20c. ISc.
tables, who will be directly benefitted Postum Cereal, small pkg __15c. 13c. Chili Con Carne, Walkers __________15c. lOc.
by it, because it will do away with Postum Cereal, per per large pkg ______25c. 24c. Veal Loaf ________________________18c. lac. Water & LightElectricity Co.
the discrimination now in force Instant Postum, 4 oz. can _________35c. 29c. Vienna Sausage 15c. 10c.
against them, would express their desire Instant Postum, 8-oz. can _______--50c. 47c. Lunch Tong, half lb. ____________--25c. 20c.
for its speedy passage to the Flor- Breakfast Food _________20c. 15c. Lunch Tongue, 1 lb. __-.____________40c. .33c.
ida delegation in congress there wouldbe Ralston Breakfast Food, large Tripe ____________________________25c. 20c.

in a short time six solid votes package ..........___________ 18c. lac. CANNED MILK
I for it if they are not solid now. II Jap rice, per Ib 5c., 6 Ibs for _________ 25c. Mowhawk, condensed ____________12 1-2 lOco
the Georgia growers, who will also Fancy Head Rice, per Ib ___________lOc 8c. Bue Cross, condensed _____________15c. lie.
be benefitted by the bill were to do Puffed Rice, package ______________15c. 14c. Van Camp's, baby size ___n_-_____ 5c.
I the same thing to the Georgia delega- Puffed Wheat, package ___________lOc. 9c. Van Camp's baby size, doz ________60c. 50c.
tion there would soon be fourteenmore Wheat Biscuit, Kellogg's pkg ______15c. 12c. Van Camp's tall size, can __________ i lOc.
solid votes for the bill. If the Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkg __----15c. 12c. Van Camp's tall size, doz _________$1.10 $1.00 Gas Water Ice
South Carolina farmers were to get Wheatena, package __________j|____18c. 15c. Every Day, baby-size can ___________ oc.
behind their representatives in the Triscuit, package ___________fi____15c. lOc. Every day, baby size, doz _________60c. 50c.
same way there would be nine more COFFEE TEA COCOA CHOCOLATE Every Day( large site can ___ .____ lOc.
solid votes added to it; and so it wouldbe EXTRACTS Every Day, large size, doz ________1.10 $1.00/ I Office No. 18 West Central Ave.
in all the other producing states MINCE MEAT GELATINE ---
Cocoa, Stollwerck's half lb. can 25c. 22c.
which now suffer from this discrimi- Chocolate, Stollwerck's, half Ib ______25c 22c. Diamond C. Package _____________15c. lOc. '
nation which this bill will do away Prepared Coffee35c. 30c. None Such, package ________._____15c. lOc
with. And if the producers in all George Washington EXTRACTS Knox Gelatine, package .___________15c 13(.

the producing states would spend a Lemon Vanilla, bottle _______ lOa Cooper's Gelatine __________________13; :. lOr.
part congressman of next,summer by the writing time the to their bill ; Lemon or or Vanilla, per regular 25c ______ 20c Jello _____________________________lOc. 9c. Telephone No. 6

in its order next TEAS MISCELLANEOUS
comes up there would regular be force enough : Victory Brand, all kinds. Ammonia ________________________lOc. 9c.
session,the bill to it through in the Temple Garden, one fourth Ib _____ 13c. Blueing, bottle ____________________ 5c.
two three put weeks. I will just I It Temple Garden, half lb. ___________ 30c. Broms ______________ 45e. and 70c 33c-60c.;
first remark in or that no legisla- : Matches, package __________________ 5c.
the passing benefit of the people has COFFEE Matches, 6 packages _____________ 25(.
tion for Pura lb former 35c., it._ 30c.
been enacted unless the people : Gray, price Imported Safety Matches, lOc.
ever do this t Two Ibs for 58c. package for ___________________ 5c. : IjiniillllllllllHIMlMlimiiiiniiiiiU! .
did very thing. .***
Whenever takes a freightrate Pura Green, Ib former price 35c, at __ 30c. Wright's Silver Cream Polish, per .
of a man and freight rate : Two Ibs for 58c. jar ___________ ___ __ ________25c. 20c.
$56 a car a Pura Yellow, lb., former price 40c at__ 35c. ______
of $240 a car on the same produce I Continental Corn Starch, 1 Ib lOc. 8c [ Stationery that is not Stationar;
Two lbs. for 68c.
from Ocala to Chicago to the office : Kingsford Corn Starch, pkg ___:__-15c. lOc.
of the. interstate commerce commis- New England Blend, lb.,, former price Salsoda per lb ___________________ 5c. 3c. ;
sion for an explanation of this seem- 40c. at 35c! two lbs ___________ 68c. 20-Mule Team Borax, Mb pkg ______20c. 14c. : Ours is constantly on the move because'....
he Victor, lb, former price 40c, at 35c.; two English Walnuts, per Ib ____________30c. 23c.;
hears ingly inexplicable lot about discrimination"differentials, ," lbs ___ ___________ ___" ______ ______ 68e. Argo Starch, 1 Ib package _________ ac. : we have what the public: desires and at r e
a Shapleco, lb, former price 40c. at 38c; Argo Starch, 6 packages __________ 25c. \
"competitive such-but points, he ,doesn't compensations"and hear : Two Ibs ________________________ 68c. Grandma's Washing Powder ________ 5c. : onable prices.
that will satisfy the non-tech anything I I Delmonico, Ib former price 40c at 38c; Six packages for ________________ 25c. : Our stock is so varied that we can finnish
nical mind of the at the : Two Ibs. for ____________________ 68c. Pearline, package __________________ 5c. I
of the who wrong the Sterling, Ib, former price 40c. at 38c; Pearline, 6 packages for __________ 23c. : most anything you want in size tin
And shipment pays Two Ibs _______________________ 68c. Star Naptha ______________________ 5c.
freight. just why a transportation Summerset Club former 45c. at39c : finish or weight. Just now we are selling a
should be allowed : price ; Star Naptha, 6 packages for ______ 25c.
company to Two ibs ______________________ 78c. : Initial
impose upon one set of people because I J SOUPS great many boxes of Correspondence
the other set of people will not : Campbell's Soups, any flavor _______ Iflc.
allow themselves to be imposed upon, Ketchup, half pint bottle ___________15c. 14c. Campbell's, 3 for ______________,.__30c. 28c. : Cards. Unless your name begins with X,
is not explained in equity althoughit 4 Ketchup, pint bottle _______________25c. 23c. SOAPS : have initial. The cards are
be in law. : Mustard ______________________ we probably your
might explained existing jar 15c. lOc. Bon Ami _________________lOc 9c; 3 for 23c
Thinking over the question a lot the Heinz Grated Horseradish _________30c. 25e. Sapolio ______ ________' lOc 9c 3 for 25c : fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come
ordinary mind, meaning minds not 4 Dil Pickles, glass _________________15c. lOc. Old Dutch Cleanser p _______ lOc 9c; 3 for 23c.
warped by the intricacies of trans- : Sweet Pickles, bottle ______________25c. 23c. Fairy Soap ____________________5c; ;6 for 27c. : and see them. They are only 50c a box. We
portation rates, is forced to conclude 4 Sour Pickles ________ 15c. and 25c. .10c.-23c. Ivory, small ____________________ 5c, 6 for 28c. also have the initial paper to match the
"that the only reason for charging so : Lea & Perrine's WorcestershireSauce Ivory, large size cake _____________lOc. 8c.
much more going north than coming _____ ___ ________________35c. 3Cc. Lenox, large size cake __________ 5c; 7 for 25c. cards.
south is that it must cost the rail- Red Snapper Sauce ________________25c. .20c. Octagon 5c; 6 for _________________ 25c.P. .
roads more to pull a load up hill Pure Cider Vinegar, quart __________ lOc. & G. Naptha 5c, 6 for __________ 27c.
Anybody can see that it is a long uph1l1 Elko Brand Fancy Vinegar 35 and 65c. 23cJ>Oc. PORK AND BEA SSnyder's W. S. BRANCH,
pull from Florida to Chicagoby ., (Bottle or jug)
looking on a map. Somehow I i No. 2 can ______________20c. 14c. |
wasn't satisfied with this talk about CANNED FISH Snyder's No. 1 can _______________15c. IOc. The Arcade Book and Music Store
differentials and port rates and com- Codfish, shredded _________________ lOc. 9c. Boyle's No. 2 can _________________20c. He.
petitive points when the producersin Codfish balls, can ________________ 25c. 23c. Boyle's No. 1 can_________________loc. lOc.
all but sma" Fish Flakes _______________________15c. lOc. Burnham & Merrill's No. 2 can _____15c. lOc. i MMttimiiminmtttH
of the
a part coun-
Herring, glass jars ________________15c. lOc. To THE WEST
try will get the worst of it; and, a? OLIVE OIL-SALAD DRESSING OLIVES
Kippered Herring, in tins 25c. 20e.
the basic principles of all laws is Herring Roe ______________-_-_ 15c.-25c. 10c-l5. Olives! 4 oz. bottle _______________15c. lOc. VIASfMINOU ; A Genuine Bargainin
that they the shall be uniform, I, representing Shad Roe, in cans _________________ 20c. 15c. Olives ____________________________SOc. 25c.
forth people of Florida, put Salmon, half !b flats ______________20c. 15c. Olive Oil, small bottles ___________30c. 25c. Real Estate
my in best the bill effort to secure uniformity Alaska Pink Salmon, tall cans _____15c. lOc. Olive Oil, medium bottles -________65c. 50c. LIMITED
as follows: Argo Salmon, tall cans ____________25c. 20c. Durkee's Salad Dressing, picnic Good eight-room house,
A bill-To equalize freight rates American Sardines, in oil __________lOc. ac. size ______________________________ lOc. Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm ; ; with connected kitchen
over interstate transportation .lines engaged in American Sardines, in mustard ____15c. .lOc. Durkee's Salad Dresssing, half pint__35c. 28c. Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
it enacted commerce.Be the Sardines, in olive oil _____________15c. lOc. Howard's Salad Dressing, half pint,_35c. 28c. Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C. 1. 9:00 pm ; ; ; twenty acres first class land
by Senate and
the House of Representatives of the FLOUR FRUITS Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C. L__11:10 pm I al cleared, :315 bearing

United States of America in congress Pillsbury, 12-lb. sack ______________50c. 43c. (Dried and Evaporated) Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am Orange Trees, in first class
i assembled, that no railroad, express Pilsbury, 24-lb. sack _______________$1.00 90c. Apricots, per Ib ___________________25c. 20c. Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am ; : condition, fine bloom. Land
company, steamship company, or any : Town Talk, 12-lb sack ____________50c. 43c.: Apples, bulk, per lb ________________15c. 13c. Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am ; can easily be sub.divided
other transportation line engaged in Town Talk ______________________$1.00 90c. Apples, package--- ______________--20c. 15c Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
U interstate commerce shall charge a : Hecker's Pancake Flour, pkg _______15c. 13c. Prunes, per lb. __________________18c. lac. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 amr into five-acre tracts, is on
higher rate for the transportation of, Hecker's Pancake Flour, 2 pkgs ___. 25c. Peaches, evaporated, per lb _________loc. 13c. Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p road to Conway, 21.2
freight or merchandise in one direc- Perfection, 24-lb sack ______________$1.00 83c.; Peaches, evaporated, 2 Ibs _________SOc. 25c. Ar Birmingham,Ala. C. of G.12:05 pm miles from Court House,
tion between given points than it'' Dates, package ___________________15c. 12c. (Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm I road
charges for the transportation of the : VEGETABLES (CANNED) Figs, Ib _________________________25c. 20c. jAr 7ulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm on two sides, main
same commodity in the opposite direc- Del Monte White Asparagus Tips, Raisins, package __________________15c. 12c. IAr Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm road will be bricked this

tion between the same p ints. ::1' can _________________________ 35c. 30c. Curants, package _________________loc. 12c. ,Carbondale- IlL, I. C.12:13 am year. Has rural delivery,
Sec. 2. That here any railroad, String Beans, can _________________15c. lOc. FRUITS (Canned) I(A-St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am and shool wagon. Sold to
express company, steamship company I Stringless Beans, can ______________loc. 12c. Apricots, 2 1-2-lb can ______________SOc. 23c. i-- close and estate.
or any other transportation : t French Court Lima Beans, No. 1 Cherries, 2 1-2-lb can --____________35c. 30e. ;Ar Centralia, IlL, I. C. ----- 1:38 am CHEAPfor
line engaged in interstate commerce I can __________________________ l:>c. lOc. Plums, 2 1-2-lb can _______________SOc. 25c. :Ar Matoon, III, I. C.______ 3:30 am 1 I cash, or very reasonable
L; now charging a higher rate for the : French Court Lima Beans, No. 2 Peaches 2 1-2 lb can ______________SOc. 25c. ':Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am I terms will be made.
transportation cf freight or merchan- t Can ------------------------ 20c. 13c.;) Pears, 2 1-2-ib can ________________SOc. 23c. :Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am ,
c'is-e i in one direction between given '; Snowdrift Corn, No. 2 can ________15c. lOc. Pie Peaches, 2 1-2 lb can ___________15c. 12c. Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C__-___ 7:50 am 1 1I LORD & BRADSHAW t
points than is charged for the transportation :t Baxter's Corn, No. 2 can -__________20c. 13c.) Pie Apples. 2 1-2 lb. can ___________15c. 12c. ii
d the same commodity in I Solid Through Trains-Composed of Exclushcgents !

t the opposite direction between the I I observation, compartment, drawingroom : 'III"I.afll..tllltl'I

c vail same in points each,direction.the lower rate shall pre- Irish, Potatoes, 35c. per peck. Sweet Potatoes 30c. per peck i, section, sleeping cars, and fee i I Ii I I ._ ___

laws Sec.:in 3.violation That all of laws the and provision parts of of 20 Ibs. Best Granulated Sugar for only Sl.OO reclining.and chair Chicago cars,, between and Jacksonvilleand Jacksonville i I!I NOTICE

this act are hereby repealed. St Louis. All meals in dining !I Change of Schedule Clyde St.

DAVID CARUTHERS car. Johns River SteamersUntil
There were 4,365 births and only For I :nets and Pullman car reservations I further notice the steamersof

1,800 deaths in Texeas during the all on i this line will leave Sanford at 11o'clock

for month sanitation of December and enforcement last. So much of : : 7 E. Church St. New Guernsey BIk. Phone 648ntttttt.O..IIISOIiI.IIsIIIIIIHH..I.I..uIIu.uIIIflIsu..4.f \ W. R. or O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, a. m.N. M. TUPPER, Supt.J. .

I D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,
health regulations.-San Antonc Ex- < B. CALDER, Agent.

press. = \ ::: !!! : : : ::: Atlantic l0i Coast.dor Line, Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914.


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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy HOUSE VOTES FREE TOLLS count of sickness in my family, otherwise > IIMIiHliMHMMHMOMIIIIMItO HtMtiMmTi' -

r (Continued from page 1) I would likely have voted againstthe

t South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch) Representative Stephen M. Sparkman provision."

AND WEEKLY Easter is nearly here. Be good a of the First Florida district and

JOSiAH FERRIS, Editor tad Ownei few days more and possibly you will chairman of the rivers and harbors A NEWSPAPER IS A HABITIt Dickson-Ives! Co.
by that time "get the habit" and committee of the house, is upholding

Entered, u Second at the Clad poetoffice Mail' Orlando, Florida continue to conquer self and some President Wilson in his contentionthat is a good habit or a bad habit

b evil tendency. Our fiercest battles the exemption of American according to whether it is a good

TO ADVERTISERS: must be. fought' with an enemy who coastwise shipping from payment of newspaper or a bad newspaper. Thereis

camps within our own breasts. tolls in the Panama canal is a viola- question but what would
and all! other hand-se no you
Copy for display *
adTertuinr must be handed in at the businessoffice tion of the Hay-Pauncefote treaty like the Sentinel if you tried it. Try- DEPARTMENTAL STORE I
the day of before the Sentinel publication.not later This than role 2 applies p. n- The Metropolis asks the people to with Great Britain and therefore ing it means reading it for a month-

:- to changes for contract advertising it 1J stand by President Wilson because his should be repealed. :Mr. Sparkmanwill two months-longer. The Sentinel is e
3 nariabl* and win be strictly adhered to. the first Southern president the vote for repeal of the tolls ex I the paper you ought to read as a

Subscribers 'desiring The Sentinel discon- country has had in half a century. emption.Mr. habit; a paper that you may be proud

tinued the date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be "I'm wid ye, Woodrow," net because Sparkman says there should be of; one that aims to inform you and rlanoo' (Favorite Shopping

continued at the regular subscription rates you are the first Southern president, no "hair-splitting" in the interpretation amuse you, but only on terms that
until notice to stop is received.SUBSCRIPTION' but because you are right as I see of a treaty. He further holds enable you to respect it and yourself.

RATES the right, and because I believe your that the coastwise shipping of the The price is 10 cents a week and i iis it

r Daily. 1 Year .........................JS.OI actions are controlled by a principleof country is largely in the hands of a worth it.
Daily, 6 Months ....................... %.50 PLACE
Daily, 3 Months ...................... 1.2. right rather than one of policy. "shipping trust.
Daily, 1 Month ....................... .SI Andrew Johnson becam0 notorious "I was of the opinion when the "My experience as a member of

Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 because he talked so much about proposition was' first presented two the state legislature of Florida"weoffer ,
Weekly, 6 MonthsWEDNESDAY..................... 5 "my policy." Woodrow Wilson is be- years ago for exempting coastwise this as a title for a prize essay
would be winner if written byJ.
that a
coming noted because of his principle. shipping from the payment of tolls
7 APRIL 1, 1914. II. Reese, when he "gets through"with
that such a course would be in vio- the legislature of 1915. Mr

Lillian Bell, the brilliant literary lation of our treaty obligations, as it Reese will represent Orange countyin

It's All Fools Day; this is no April woman, has been granted a divorce I is directly provided that: sion-we the legislature make this at positive the next state-ses The Frol eV L. V e-1

FooL from her husband, Arthur Hoyt I 'The canal shall be free and opento ment because. he is a candidate and.
o Bogue, of Chicago. With apparentlyless vessels of commerce and of war because the people- of- Orange- countyare .
March went out with the gentlenessof reason, many of the world's lit- of all nations observing these ruleson intelligent and progressive, and A Corset Thot Laces In Front

a lamb. erary lights have acted as badly terms of entire equality; so that we can go further and announce that
he will represent them faithfully and
o about their matrimonial'matters as there: shall be no discrimination efficiently. And yet we can not but
A little rain in this section would. the theatrical folk. The marriage of against any such nations or its citi- feel that his "reminiscences" of that We have yet to learn of an

: not be a bad thing. : Shakespeare with Anne Hathawaywas zens or subjects in respect to the statesmanship experience will be the instance where a woman, once
best part of his service.-Miami Me-
o not without a flaw. Byron lived conditions or charges of traffic or tropolis. having worn a Frolaset front-

People in the habit of turning only a few months with his wife and otherwise.' laced corset, to return to another -

green with envy can now get wigs to died with a reputation that no clean "It occurred to me that to even Warman Sells and Fixes Bicycles, make. .
match. man would envy. George Eliot's private relieve our coastwise shipping from on Court street 12-5-tf
o history would not look well in payment of tolls would be a violationof There are features in the

the limelight. Thomas"Carlyle's wife that clause, and that it would especially LUMBER FOR SALE Frolaset that must, of necessity -
St Johns county votes on a
did not leave him, but he was cross, affect Mexico and Canada, Lot of framing and scrap lumberfor appeal to the woman of fashion.
,i posed issue of $650,000 for good roads and unfeelingly abusive to her as and, through the latter, Great Brit- sale. See it on vacant lot, corner '"
today. It will be carried. Pine street and S. A. L. railroad. These features are the per-
she lived and for it ain. I not in the r
long as sorry was Washington at '
Must be moved at once. '
o fect-fitting back, the ease and
afterwards; while in modern days time but absent in Florida on ac 3-2D-2t! DICKSON & IVES.
Weyler in his bloodiest days was scores of, literary men and women comfort with which the Frola- Vvti "

never the brutal butcher that Villa is. have followed the lead of Nat Good- "- set may be put on, taken off or y b

&' But if a fellow is going in for butch I win and worked the marriage prorlem C"'IIICOIIII"IIIIDet.flllllll II'IIICGIIIIIIII.t. adjusted, the absolute freedom ', .

ery, he might as well be brutal. Vil- into the third and fourth di- '
la's view of it, no doubt I up Welter's advice to "bewareof from any corset restraint, and mension. FOR SALE AT ABARGAIN
o vidders" ought to be changed to more than anything else, the t \

? The best of leaders can not win read "beware of literatteurs. graceful and natural figure that '

when he hasn't the right behind him; I is acquired by the lines on which k

: this and not so much the influence of J. L. Guernsey is very musical in this corset is designed. #

the president is responsible for the his tastes and has musical
a family, '. If you have any reason to
: vote on the tolls question.The I
but there is
just at present a mockingbird
think that your figure is not
o who makes his home in the trees
Fort Myers Press is keepingthe near the Guernsey home, and fur- Fhe-Passenjer touring car in fine condition. Going North and do what it might and ought to be, J,
not need it longer. Cheap for cash or on mortgage, or would exchange ,
before the
press meet constantly nishes more music than the familyseem permit us to give you a trial fit- a
and the will for land in or near city. Also for sale one First Class 11
people, newspaper gang
able to appreciate This particular -
Ticket, Jacksonville to Boston. ) ting.At
have a great time there. Fort Myersis
bird does not imitate the sweet e all events, let us show you
a little out of. the way, but it's on I
cadences of Gounod, the symphoniesof > the new Frolaset models.
the map. Mozart, nor the sonatas of Bee- I I

o thoven. He seems rather to have Dr. A. J. TAYLOR :
That electric line between Sanford ,
been educated in Baireuth and sps
and Kissimmee must be built. The 211 East Robinson Avenue : OAK
cializes in Wagnerian music, and I :
capitalist who are hesitating over it '.
k every morning about two hours before -
ay regret their delay some day. It t : : Ittr"IOI'llllllt.'I"lllllllallllllllllll'. -- .
Mr. Guernsey cares to be awake a :
encouraging to know that differentans and every exening for two or more !. :
about it. Out of I I II
are thinking I .
hours after the family would like to
he multitude vie," will probably real- A. Y. FULLER R- L. FOX :
sleep, the bird keeps up a song that I II
the road.Sometliirg. ,I
ize I i
seems to imitate selections from Par- r -
0 sifal. : :
is about to
terrible hap- ,
ung all rolled into one mighty chorus. I
'if women don't I
quit wearing
Being lovers of birds as well as mu-
hats. A Kansas physician hasId REO MOTOR CARS : :
sic, "to shoot or not to shoot" is the t I II
ahem that will have
they soon
question with the Guernseys. If the
''if the styles don't change. bird would occasionally take a vacation For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a : I

that accounts for the near it would give the family an opportunity full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force :,
t f the wig. .Dame Fashion
\r -
to catch up with their lost l I
prdvides for her devotees. work is absolutely : :
sleep. But at present he sings all of competent repair men. All our ,

Speaker Champ o Clark is a plausible through the week and on Sunday addsa guaranteed. We will be pleased to have an opportunity to demon
few exra oratorios and anthems for
i but not a profound man. He grows strate the value of these exceptional goods to you. The
good measure. Any one who has had .
angry at the thought of being askedto personal experience with a mockingbird are fully guaranteed for quality, finish and color, and ar

bolt the Democratic platform. It of the Wagner variety, will do priced to meet the needs of all. Width is valued accorc:
would appear from this that he regards THE PALMS AUTO CO :
Mr. favor
Guernsey a by giving him J ing to price.
a party declaration more sa
credly than he does a party principle.The some advice. : We stock them in Cream, Navy and Black.
FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. ,
Democratic party has always.
Take your repairing to Warman on
been opposed to subsidies. The fact Court street. 12-5-tf''r IIIIIOIIIIIMIIIIIIMI I" " M111' H "1 h10h1t
that it was placed in the last party

platform doesn't change the preach-
ii .
ments of generations.The .
o .ie
commissioners of Hillsborough

= county have rejected already more MEN'S

than half a million brick shipped
there for road building. This is due

to rigid inspection and a determination \\f' ;' We have just recei

to get first class material The Invitedto
k Sentinel is glad to see that the commissioners Are You ,4/l ed a fine shipment
of Hillsborough are de- the famous "Kno
a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea
manding the best for their road sys 1
a tem. There is little doubt that the gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure :2' Hats in Straws a

towns of this section have been great- you will be interested in our display of the newest and ( '1'M ; Panamas.

ly imposed upon by contractors and Positively the b ,
i manufacturers in the class of brick most artistic designs inCUT

: used for paving. When a town or t! '' word in Headgear.

county bonds for permanent improve- GLASSThere \-
ments good care should be taken that

they get what they pay for. are so many odd pieces and attractive sets

o here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.We MwpP.
This expression from the New York
World raps harshly but soundly the are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe .7-- vur

Democrats who are opposing the more acceptable.T.H.Evans. -

president's demand for the repeal of .' .
{ the free ,tolls clause of the Panama r
,. 'f.. .
act: "They are not actually worry- = Mail er DepaitifientIs e
ing about any surrender to England. I : ... :, 0J.4: : r

They are not really anxious concern-I

ing American supremacy at the Isth a great help to our out-of-town customers! m: .

? mus. They are not truly afraid that use of it whenever you can. Samples or informat ,

treaty observance in good faith will cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

compromise the Democratic party or Write for one of our illustrated mail order a

tarnish the American flag. If Mur- logues. We invite comparison values. .

phy,I Hearst,. Clark, McDermott and -
others were perfectly honest they the JewelerOPPOSITE

'" would admit that they have indeed ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

t revenges to promote, ambitions to n ,
! feed hatreds to stimulate and .
race "
r_ political perfidy to advance, but that POSTOFFICE Oiange Ave. rlan

t., their one master motive is something ,. .

else. They are for ship subsidies, EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
and there Is 'not a man in the crowd HHIHIilllllllMBItltl
who has the.courage to say so." r \
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I .. I.L. .<' ." l 0i Admission 5 cents c I "bet It t AliensU s"

,-EVERYDAY if you 'area, brainworker. DdllDCDQllDCDallDCDallDQDallDQTOD.
'That's the fttnion of an eminent authority, who con- American-Eclair. "When Pierrette
BUYS AND SELLS Met Pierrette." A 2-reel feature
'des that"cwfty is to the.brain what fuel is to an en- .with Barbara Tennant.

.." .* ,' .. ','( REAL ESTATE I "Jane's Brother, the Paranoiac," a-"iIp
ieVNo f '" '."t 1' with Jane Gail and Wm. Shay. 11 11WMdc

purer: candies thanButt's-made: Chocolates, Car
f' '
JL "
els; Tafesretc. '
FRESH'EYERY'DAY.U1T ,. 400 acres within three -
';. 1:-; .miles of Kissimmee, two There will be an informal dance at ..

',' mile facing Orlando-Kis- the Country Club this evening, the
dancing to begin at 8:30. The Grand

simmee brick road, $20 orchestra will furnish the music, and ,tQ: 1

.$ [ANDY KITCHEN[ per acre if sold within other tainment arrangements of the guests, for the have enter-been DON'T NEGLECTIII

: 30 days. 3J4.imIIHMHIIiaiHMUMIMI made. This will be the first of the WATCH D

e home of pure'home-made Candies informal dances at the club daringthe Ag is a delicate piece '

I season. machinery. It calls for

less attention than'mosl
'* Orange Avenue ECHO FROM J. H. LEE'S BIRTH- BISHOP GRAY WILL GO TO NEW i machinery, but must be[cleaned

> and oiled occasionally to keep
perfect time. .- *

IliiillllllliMMIIIMIItttlliltilittiilltllMtf" Tuesday, March 24, was Mr. J. H. Bishop Scarborough of the dioceseof (IWith Watch proper will keep cue perfect a Waltfiaia tim

E'l.t a I Mr.. L. E. Darling arrived yester- Lee's seventieth birthday anniver- New Jersey having recently died, for a lifetime. It will pay you
; I the standing committee has invited veil to let us dean your watch
*' t ,. "i I day from New York city and is againat sary, and was observed by CYCIw. cr x3 contra, '
WADE rf- the St. Charles. the former county commissioner of Bishop Gray to takeHemporary, epis-

.. ,THE, TUNER: Orange county in a manner to cause copal jurisdiction of the diocese. He
; Miss Hunt in / & Co.
1 Eugenie came yester-
f ORLANDO, FLA. him to be proud of his public service will leave at once, so as to begin work ,
i day from her home in Minneola and .
the first in There area "
f ..- i, and of his loyal friends. A numberof Sunday April.
.. '.r .., spent the day with friends.
'. ...-;.z; -1 his fellow citizens from Orlando number of interesting facts con- JEWELERS.Everything
'j""" '. : ,+ t' I}[ Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Taveau, of Alta- drove to hs home at Oviedo and pre- necting Bishop Gray with New Jersey ": ,
and)Mrs Ed. M. Delacroix,'t 1 and Miss Ellis n Guaranteed.
monte Springs, guest, sentend him with a silver loving cup. that will make it very pleasant for .:' :

chantville, N. J., are among'toVfo of Ocala, spent yesterday in the city. Other friends of the neighborhoodhad him to be there. He was born in New :' /. .. Prompt Repairing..
,Orlando. j|! Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tetrick have Jersey, nearly 79 His' "
i I IC presented him a purse filled with years ago. par- .;.<...Jf..r...->i-:.. :1:., :'. r;
/;;A.Rourk left yesterday,for returned to Orlando from a visit to gold coins. This latter company is ents moved from there while he was I1 rr

ie"in Wilmington, N. C., after, points of interest in the southern enumerated in the list below, which still an infant in arms. It was the ,

with her mother, Mrs. L. B. part of the state. They will not take Mr. Lee hands the Sentinel along with home of his ancestors for many gen-

their departure for their home in the quotation which precedes it: erations. The first bishop of New '

nd Mrs. H. W. Balentine. ,whyopprag West Virginia before the middle of :March 24, 1914. Jersey was his great-uncle, and he lib .J) i i

at the Wyoming, have April. "Whoever .has helped us to truth, inherited his episcopal robes. The I .COi= IJ

dto'their home in East Or- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jackson will to goodness, to better purposes and first president of Princeton Univer- .. -- --rftl -,-' -- --- -- ,
ttrf close their pretty home at 411 East better faith, is'ours and will belong sity was his great-great-grandfather, '
U II il..I..1 i.. i.+t+. 1
{those shopping in town yes-_ Church street tonight and leave for to us always," and the city of Trenton was foundedby

from Maitland were Mrs. W. Bushnell, Ill. These setimable peopleare Mrs. Henry ,Foster, :Miss Ellen and named for an ancestor of OUAPONTH'Jsr Js tSeeHSiS2Suftcrwi ;

ii Mrs. J. Brawner, and Mr.. genuine boosters for Orlando and Hyde, Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Armstrong Bishop Gray's sons, William Trent \ ,
';jynton. continually singing the praises of the Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Mead, :Mrs. Gray and Joseph Albert Gray. Deffloilsirators T
'1 City Beautiful II and Miss Allison, Mrs. Annie McGory Lady
and Mrs. G. H. Tinklepaugh,i '
Mr. and, Mrs. A. S. Cotton, Dr. Unity Circle will meet this after- .
Irwin and Duane left last'! Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Duke, of '
is, ,
[and Miss Mr. and Mrs. F. M. noon at Unity Chapel. There will be
or Sodus, N. Y., where they Orlando, are in the city for a visit Thayer ,
with Mrs Duke's parents, Mr. and I Leonard, Mrs. Martin Gridley, Dr. important business concerning the
nain until fall. i
I Imd Mrs. Dibble. .Mrs. Duke is well and Mrs.. S. H. Adams. program for next year. Miss Gordon Are canvassing the city in the interest of
Mrs. W. E. Wilkerson of
will review one of the popular modern
known in Miami and her marriage to .
Je,-T nn., returned home yes- dramas. All interested
'after visiting with Mri and Mr."Duke took place just recently. FUNERAL OF MARK WHITE invited. are cordially the Pride brand of Oleo. Any orders

Miami Metropolis.I .
N. McElroy on Lucerne CirJ. I The funeral of Mark White was '' given them will be promptly filled by us
LEAD-OTHERS FOLLOWThe conducted yesterday afternoon from
S. Whitworth and daughter,i< the best and Pride Brand is the
the undertaking parlors of E. Hand, : You want '
the Whitworth, who have spent RENT -
northern markets where the Knights of Pythias and 'it ''%
T have By the a modern fully furnished ..
t month at the Wyoming, have year :
d for their home at Vande- Busted and Prices have Slumped. other friends of the deceased assem- 10-room house, with 2 bath rooms, in -best Oleo; that is why we sell it.
... This enables me to buy bled and followed the casket to the the very best part of town. Applyto { .
'a' i Jas. Thomson, 17 N. "
: goods direct from the factory in grave. Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray of the Orange ave a
nue. 4-l-3t
and Mrs. W. H. Hunt and
church conducted brief ,.
Methodist a *
case lets as cheap as my compet- '
er, Miss Bessie, who have spent itors who buy in 100 case lots. service at the grave, and the burial FOR RENT-Five room cottage. Apply .
htful season in Orlando, start!i I You get the benefit in having rites of the K. of P. order were given Mrs. McDade, 301 Broadwayavenue. THE SANITARY GROCERY

for their summer home in II'' fresh goods direct from the factory -j I by Mr. W. R. O'Neal.. The pallbearers 4-1.1w
11 III I
i at a very low cost to you. were selected from among the CARUTHERS & GORE
FOR RENT-Six room house, Jur-I
rs. John W. Rinaldi and H. R.I i I No old shelf worn goods in my members of that order, being Messrs.E. nished, modern improvements; also '
', who are tournig the state inI i I store or lying around for months G. Duckworth, George McCulloch, furnished rooms. Apply Sentinel of-I' Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

.utomobile, arrived in Orlando'I,;in a ware house, exposed to rats, 0. N. Larson, Turner Evans, Lucas fice. 4-1-lw, .
:ay and are spending today roaches and dirt. I am not the and Wickham. The latter were from "' j'
i the interest of the Bentley-i''oldest: of the largest store in Or- Sanford. They had been associated Warman Repairs and Retires Baby CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.miMimMHHHMIIHMMMMMBINCH. I I1M'

)ry Goods company, of Tampa.T. 'lando, but I claim to be the money with the deceased in Panama, where Carriages on Court street. 2-5-tf AAyN-a

J. Walker and family left saver for the people and sell the death occurred several weeks ago, IHMilllHMM
ght for Ripley, N. Y., where.'the best goods at the cheapest and came to pay their last respectsto Olive oil and spices. We have,the .
side during the summer. They price. their dead friend. There were best. 25 years in the business.- Tryus. tMttlMIIMHIitMMMMmimi

sad a/delightful winter in Or-,I i You don't have to wait until other out of town persons who attended McElroy Pharmacy.3- -
at their season home at 510 after supper to get bargains at the funeral, among'them being Mr. .. i w Easter MillineryIN
Ladies who desire
,.ey street, and are going some- 1! my store, but you can get them Charles W. Griffin, of Kissimmee, and'Mr. gentlemen of wealth correspondencewith :and./refine-I
earlier this year than is usual I at any time. J. P. Hawthorne, of Ocoee. Ca- ment send your description and address -i

.hem on account of urgent busi-l j I I Watch my blackboard and ruthers: the florist of Violetdell, fur- to the Metropolitan hange;' .. -IN- .
that calls Mr. Walker. They windows for special sales and nished the beautiful pillow of Easter Orlando, Fla. There is >nopublicityand ., ', '
friends in who : lilies daffodils' and calla lilies for no fee for ladies322lwk.. .: '
many Orlando : .- -
_ook ,forward with pleasure to I I prices.DAVE CARUTHERS, Orlando lodge, K. of P.; the casket Eat what you want'-, -- fEat : ..; Latest Styles yiiAT

coming another season. The People's Friend spray of Easter lilies, sweet peas and all you want. ...;; .
Phone 648 7 E. Church St. i roses, for Paraiso lodge, K. of P., of Take a postscript'' and forget iU .
EN YEARS IN For sale by ;1ltdruggists/ .
ORLANDO Panama; the handsome wreath of hy- \
ropodfst for both men and wo. Eat what you wantEat acinths, violets and roses, for the ">- 'a l-7-d&w-lyr-*'
.. : 10' {}: \ ft
Manicure, pedicure, face and all want.
I Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church,
massage. Feet,a''specialty. L Take a postscript and forget it. SEED! SEED! #tEDI J.
istard, 117 Orange avenue, over For sale by all durggists. besides many smaller designs and Garden and'field seed/,,DeLaney & MISSES HAMILTON DUNN
i & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm l-7-d&w-lyr sprays! for individuals. Abernethy, drug .ts.%*., *3*; '33-tf.
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1 Good Wood qtr ,..:; :*$L50
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The Lucerne r ftlllllllll

Today Best Wood $L$O) aid $2.75 -- -.

'!!-\ This won't last )long, 4 are 3oo-

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Stock ,up while,you, can. DAILY BETWEEN.

"Divorce," a two reel Kay Bee, especially fine. Orlando 'Wood Yard n .1

"Fate's, Decree," an excellent one reel Majestic. -' 104 W.Pine; St.- 9

.B..W. KINGSLEY, 'roprietpr
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Two other good reels that are very interesting. -

rFive 500 feet breadth 93 feet 6 iacbct;S19.trroomIud pcrlort ccowBo&ting 1300 futtacm. -
in all and LUTHER THE FLORIST Length .
they are good ones J\- Greater la cott larger ill all proportion*-richer in all .ppoi.tmeDl -lh a taj McuBer.oalalud
hi' I. waten at the world la[erne June lith.MicaKcent '
'\\fi' Cut'Flowers l Steamers" EEAND2,""Ctr of Erie".*1"City of Buffalo"

Thursday "Titanic the white of disaster. HOSES VIOLETS; : Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELANDMajl't ;,
ghost / ,
',S,- .. Len.Buffalo 500P.M. Ian Cleveland 900P.M. ".
Arrive Ckreland 7JOA.M. Arrive Bu&IG 7.3QA.X. :. !
CARNATIONS' PANSIES, (Eutern Standard Tune) y
f ; yt B.ToedoDetroitandanpoiunW.etandSoatb
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: POTTEDPLANTSOSTEOPATHY toeketa reading between Buffalo ud QrrcUad are good for tmupwrutioaoa mr atectten.Ak
,' your Uclet agent foe ticleUTiaC&B.Line Tnu u fur LindMiM iDuatraled Booklet rr-ol,

Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.C.elaad v.;

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Balcony: 5 Cents ..

: Boon, 1 -t;'$-6, nd by appointment thousand for
.* Continuous show from 2 to 10 Nice two-story new house, all mod I will pay $1.00 per
p. m. p. m. : Noeitrt, :.charge .for house treatment ern equipment; lot 75x150; close in. Nancy Hall,and Porto Rico sweet potato
,Y \ I will sell for $1600. plants, from now until June 15th.P. .
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WANTSMUNNIMAKERS money on real estate at 6 per cent
interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

u Special Announcement -- Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.

Rent Notices, etc..of for Lost this column Wanted.25c For for Sale one day Fer WANTED-To rent, by the year, ii 0. U.S. I TRANSFER\ CO

c. 25 liOc words for three or days lesa. or Money 11.00 for must one accompany week for cottage of six or seven rooms; must :
the advertisements fer this column u no be close in and rent reasonable. Ad- I
THE ORLAND HOTEL COMPANY insertions will be made on credit. dress J. L. D., Sentinel. 2-17-2wks

FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one WANTED-Middle age white woman QRLANDO, FLORIDA
Wishes to announce to the public that thee acre in bearing orange grove; six to help with children; good home I
acres cleared; part of land suitablefor and salary for right party. Address,
hotel and cafe are now under one manI I gardening and trucking; located Mrs. J. S. McCawley, Winter Garden,I I I OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174

half mile from city limits on public Fla. 3-21-6t:
agement and will remain open the year road. Bargain. Address M. C. B.,

.' round, and beginning April 1st, 1914, will care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf WANTED-Any variety .of sweet

FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house, potato plants. Will contract at 75c
be in position to quote very reasonable garden and farm land, on Conway per thousand until June 1st, or will ftLftIIJlJf4-]
clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. I contract at $1.00 per thousand dur- %
the both -
prices for summer season on 3-20-lm-d&w ing April. Fred M. Preston, Pine .

with without board straight Castle, Fla. v3-20-d&w-tf
rooms or or FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand

t hft table board. unimproved land. See S. S. I TRIO OF BLUE RIBBON SicilianS
Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-2li-vlm '
ll ercllp Chickens for srfte si cut

: The management wishes to assure their One hundred and sixty acres of fine i prices. $12. Tillinghast stock. Tel.
I 559 4. 3-2Z-lw
Ensign ring
farm land, near Maning, North Dakota -
will continue main-
4 patrons that they to 80 acres under cultivation in -- ------ --- -- -- ---

' the standard of service which good location. Will trade for orange BROWN LEGHORN EGGS for sale; REGULAR FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN '
tain high
grove or city property. For full particulars pure stock; $1 per setting. J. L
address C. E. Piatt, Conway, Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla.
accorded their '
i has always guests. Box 43. 3-i>8GdlwOne 3-27-tf Orlando and Sanford and Intervening \ \

For full information regarding special
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Hauling of ail Kinds and Contract Work. Quick ; ;

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XITIE In the roseate day of her infancy -

Florida faces a period of growth #, ..THE..

which, burgeoning into the bloom of
There is no section of Florida that Phone 563MMIMMMMMMMMOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMt
will make her the
maturity, peerless '
does not hold wonderful opportunities Altamonte *
of her sisters in varei-
queen beauty,
subject for development. In the .
and wealth of and
ty resources
diversity of opportunity it is the most pro-
ducts. The who has toehold :
who man even a I
prolific of all states. The man
in Florida is fortunate, for if II nI
lives in one portion of the state i
F he is alive he can't fail to share in FOR SALE I FOR SALE
doesn't know what is going on in :
other sections if he doesn't get up the general prosperity which is inev- An elegant modern home; four bedrooms Nwsery stock, one, two, three and I Altamonte Springs FlaA I )
itable.-J. H. Reese, in The State. ; two bath rooms; gas and electricity four year old buds; Foster Early,
and travel and see for himself. The throughout; fruit trees and i Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
half has never been told. The news- flowers. 509 East Central avenue. Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle ,
beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R )
papers are too,busy with the chronicle Work on the large airboat which 215tf. I Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or-
will be used in the attempt to make has the most beautiful and healthful
of current happenings to give chestra, etc. The
the flight from St Petersburg around WANTED FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40
and indus-
much space to agricultural the seaboard to New York is rapidly week or month; cheap. Phone 571, acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot-
trial news. The kind of news that the WANTED-Two good girls, one for or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve
nearing completition at
thousands of people interested in the dining room and one for general ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
Florida would like to read is over- the Benoist company in St. Louis. housework. Apply Mrs. W. C. FOR SALE-$350 worth of new fur- Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.

looked sidetracked for the The start will probably be made early Temple, Winter Park Fla. 3-24-tf, niture. Also piano. A bargain. ------ ------ -
or suppos- next month and the flight is expectedto 411 West street. 3-24-lwk jj SON PROPRIETORS I
edly more interesting news of some take 48 hours. WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto GEORGE E. BATES & ,

;; society gathering or political pow- Orlando,good neighborhood,reasonable FOR RENT-Two office spaces in SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT VERNON, X. II.
?1 wow. distance of schools and churches. our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
Going North? Let the Come in and will show Pierce .'II'III'IIIIIIIIII'illll'II'I"'III8'111"I"1111
There are things going on in flor- Weekly Must be good land, suitable for we you.
Sentinel follow you. It will keep trucking and poultry raising. Prefer Electric Co. 3-29-tf
ida that people even in the commun- place) with out buildings, but not absolutely -- -
informed to the .11111111111..I..I.lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltREAL
as development furnished .
you FOR RENT-Six room
of their know nothing
ity happening necessary if price rightGive
about of this section. The price is $1 for full particulars to B. R. Mont- house. Address W. B., care Senti- ESTATE AGENTS, INVESTORS AND HOMESEEKERS <

Iz 52 weeks. 55 Mutual Life Jacksonville nel 3-28-lw
gomery, -
For example, there lives at Gotha, -- -
Fla. 3-16 tf FOUR ADJOINING LOTS in Oak-
eight miles from Orlando, in Orange Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, wood Park now for $500.00 W. I.
county, a man who is the recognized on Court street 12-5-tf WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing HIGGINS. 3-28-6t. ATTENTION
authority on the caladium plant. His stenographer, two years experi- '
ti ROOMS light housekeeping sum-
BARGAINS IN SECOND HANDCARS ence, can furnish good reference, desires ;
i caladium gardens are the most won- mer rates. 307 East Pine street3.266t
FOR QUICK SALE position. Willing to begin on
derful in the world. He has two thou 1
: moderate salary. employed.
One 1912 Flandei Roadster ...$273
; sand varieties and two hundred One 1912 Flander's Touring car 275Oe Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla. WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS for I offer for $1,900, t'vo-story, six-room cottage, with rose
north. Close in
West Street, near
thousand of this decorative plant He 1913 Krit Roadster .........350 3-21-1wk sale; Fischel strain; $1 per setting.J. house Park and and shed.Lake Eola.Located Lot at 40x117.307 Also six-room bungalow; ; oil

supplies the public gardens of manyof One 1913 Krit Touring car .... 375 L. Dean, phone 2, Orlando, Fla. Special heating and bath room facilities.
WANTED-Position as chauffeur, by finish, double verandas.
One 1912 Haynes ..............700 3-27-tf
and sealed, suitable for laundry -
the northern cities, and sells bulbsto One 1913 Oakland Roadster... 500 steady, reliable man. Willing to Large, roomy basement,.Mainscoated
the big seed houses, so the likelihood One 1913 Cadillac, 4-passenger .1400 go anywhere. Address "Chauffeur,' W. T. ENTRICAN, or furnace. .Lot 40x100 including Price rose $2, or These fernery.lots

is that the product of his Or- One Cadillac Truck ............ 750 care of Morning Sentinel. 3-26-1w Offers to Orlando the newest and best House connect fronts at the on corners Ridgewood, with avenue.rose house between. I offer the

ange county nursery goes pretty All cars in splendid condition. WANTED-Competent white girl for of workmanship in the painting and whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission. Open to alLE.
Agent for Lozier cars. general housework. Sleep home. decorating trade. Phone 636.121lm .
well over the country and even to the KLOEPPEL
310 Anderson
lands across the seas. This gentleman -, Jacksonville, Fla, Phone 4787 : OOY"
after 10 o'clock 33t.
1' street. a. m. .
is a learned botanist, D:'. Henry -' - -- Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em -
house and
Nehrling by name, who came from have a 75-room house on Lake good barn. Centrally located. Inquire on Court street 12-5-tf ; 307 WEST STREET, NORTH ORLANDO, FLA.
Milwaukee some eight years ago to at this ofice. 3-29-3t._ ----
Erie, just 12 miles from Cleveland on tllllllllllllllllllllllllll MMMMMMMMM III' f
k start a new industry for which he hard surface roads and trolley line. FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. WANTED family washings at __ ____ _____ __
' has found Florida most admirably Abundance of traffic and last year For rent, three room suite for light once, from 50 cents up. Home
which was the first, was decidedly housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm.L. Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. mR Hf NEWS
adapted. His plants are wonderful T THE f SENflNEL[
3-8 REED D
successful under the management of Coryell, 201 Concord Ave. west, -
: to see and impossible to describe in
the owner, who now has other busi- Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf I II .
their delicacy of tissue, coloring and ness to take all his time. House is I I -
tracery. I do not know what his sales newly furnished, has electricity and House Anderson and Osceo- +MMMMMMMMMMi .'. "
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amount to during the year, but his Reasonable leasing privileges garage.can be la Streets, suitable for one or two
income is not less than a families. Will make price and terms
congress- arranged. Address Palmer and Palmer -
man's salary and he is far happierand Atlantic National Bank Building, reasonable. A bargain. I Show Here
Jacksonville Apply to W. H. EATON, 110 Sum-, There a Style j
is doing more good in the world Florida. w&s. merlin Place. 3-9-1w'j i

than any congressman.But ESCAPED FROM PASTUREonnight
I spoke of things that were of March 26, Jersey cow, WANTED-Ladies to bring their
being done in Florida, right under very dark colored, crumpled horns, combings to us. Don't destroy 11
them. We will make what you wantCome
five years old, no marks or brand. in the Year .
the nose of people who know noth- Was giving good flow of milk. Suit- and see our stock and examine Every Day
ing about them. This is one of the able reward will be paid for return of our work. We invite inspection. If i .
havn't the hair we supply it Our I
1 said you
information which will
cow or
hidden enterprises that people
stock is We make
genuine. every-:
lead to her I. C. Reed
'' tHy are not informed about I daremy recovery. ; thing to order. We pay cash for
Church Grove on Lake Underhill,
that half the people in Orlando three miles east of Orlando. Phone combings.We I Home makers will find a visit through our
to that have
beg announce we
Have never visited his place. 559 Ring 3. 4-1-d&wlt
secured the exclusive for the
r Not long ago I met a farmer who FOR SALE-Fine Duroc Jersey and well-known and popular agency Clow's Knit big store an interesting treat. We have here the
Berkshire pigs (crossed). Apply to
: came from Georgia and is devoting Hosiery. Drop us a card and samples -i
of his tiire to growing A. L. Henkel Maitland, Fla. 3-31-2t will be submitted for your inspection for the furnishingof
4 a goodly part
.. of
FOR SALE-21-2 acres land, all un- at your leisure. The goodswe most delightful
potato slips for shipment back to his der cultivation
; good seven-room handle are the kind that satisfy.
native state. He sells two thousand house, nice yard. Address S., Box NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar- the modern home.
dollars' worth of potato slips every 671, city. 3-3Mw land St. 3-23-1 mo

Y year and has time to make a good WANTED TO EXCHANGE-Buick SEED! SEED! SEED!
automobile, in running order for
otherwise. Who would have Garden and field seed. &
living DeLaney furniture at
cow and calf. Address Box 32. in high-grade a
rt thought that any such opporutnity 3-31-3t Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf We specialize

enlisted? But he stumbled upon it More help wanted? Room to let Buy your garden seed from Dela- to come in and .
and is glad that he came to Florida. or wanted? Advertise in the Sen- ney & Abernethy. Just received a moderate price. We invite you
\ big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
It beats growing cotton in Georgia tinel. Be sure to read the ads. i in

so far that this farmer is sorry that today's Sentinel. They bring results Read Sentinel want aas.Modern look over the display.

he ever wasted any time at such !

t hard and uncertain labor. : .. ... ... ,., .. I
i A few days ago a well-informe' TERMS RIGHT
man remarked in my hearing that it Shoe Repairing

\ was strange that peaches could not I o f.8 e

jbe grown in Florida. I told him : by PARCEL POST |
I knew a man who didn't do much

anything the early He and grows realizes poaches an average for-I, Men's Half Soles, TSC to 850 | : 8-room ; ; .I

. for them.or more than five dolars a crate \ Ladies' Half Half Soles Soles, ,60c SOc to to 750i 75eChildren's | : House 2 doors : :: Kincaid & intii

< i Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo $
\The growing of ferns for profit is | Heels Repaired, 2c : : west of Wyoming -
another unusual pursuit which floury -,
ishes hereabouts, and there are others -i 1 All work returned in 24 hours. I : Hotel. Bar- ;

no doubt that I do not know of. Orders without C. 0. D.remittance We pay returned : : gain. I mm LOW PRICE WITH HOUSE

Think of the wonder and variety return postage.

which a systematic search for a

complete list ,of the activities of A. Hanson Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida \ \
Florida people would reveal and the : ii A., L Bentley, Cor. I

good that would be accomplished by 19 East Pine Street

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:: 1 .' :, to 2 p. m. Price 50c < .

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7. .. ." ', ,ti, : FRONTS ON THREE STREETS. ROOMS 75c, $1.00 AND
' f I MENU \ ,:fI PER DAY. MEALS 35c.
i t .' .h. ',. .i-_:-: .."' ,.:.** $1.50

--1 \ r J)* '. ,J Cream of Chicken ,:' fJ .,'i: J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.

, "./ :i; l ; Baked Stuffed Rish, Hollandaise Sause' .' 'i. "
, r rft: Sliced Cucumbers t Celery OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.NICE .

rl: *.,. _=, .. ; /Friccassee of Chciken, with Biscuits "
AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3,00 to .
I r ; <. Baked Rice au Gratin

*"" <, ft. Banana Fritters $5.00PER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS ..
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I Roast Beef Brown Sauce Roast Lamb, Brown Sauce $20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH

Mashed Potatoes Spiced Yams .
t' J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.
: : Creamed Cauliflower Stewed Tomatoes

r' az. Apple Pie Orange Pie .
Tt Strawberry Shortcake
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Tutti Frutti Ice Cream
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'I Just Bargains
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,. ; '.;.j r &: pent a winter That's All
Jirsii ,if ;j' P. Lawrence.
'I '*. f tt.* r=. r -r. Mrs. Garrett \ ARE THE.PEOPLE $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruit Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

., |f> of! as since been I and orange trees. 120 are
:.M *: ntly Tetrazini large seedlings and the balanceare
,:, id j the social club : I from one to three year old
.'. ': if i' n :. j daughter and;. buds. Near city.$3,250.Choice FISH AND GAME
tn ,:' yd, belong, en-; That Have Made GoodWHY home in city; 8

.'::. ] |, ..' of the prima i I Ii rooms large lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
53 iversation with I ? BECAUSE EXPERIENCE HAS TAUGHT US S2.100.-Good 7-room house,

.: 'V.j oii\i.i ow bitterly his HOW TO MAKE FORMULAS THAT SUIT ALL CON- East Side. .Close in, only five screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

, : ". 'q' I being able to I I DITIONS FOR BOTH ORANGE TREES AND VEGE- minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.
: .1e was crippled : of choice lots and a num-
l .,j,. .ear : e the stairs at i TABLES. NOW IS THE TIME TO FERTILIZE ber of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

.. .i ,,'er, Madam Tet-! : and grove propositions. We have everything in the Meat Line. .
t g, d if his mother 'for rent several furnished bun-
rI I :>' >i' ne, and was as- galows and flats close in. Some

,J' ,. I r A:y sing her bed through, and I Tile Soiltiloril r FerlHzei'r r Co 1 winter by the season year and begins.others Call'till and the I!I The PARLOR MARKET

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t Mrs. Garrett make your wants known. .

<.. -.; f.- "I Hear A Voice ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA I H. M. Self & Co.
I :. : 2 an angel song,

., order of madam,, Cooper & Atha PINE STREET
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connect- ----
. one was ------ --- -- ----
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; .\ the opera house In, 114 South Orange Are., Ground Floor I : Phone No. 80
ltire concert.
Phone No. 311
t I I i tch of pink roses j
i 'Irs. Garrett, she
which she had
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,Vice, Calling Me," \ Mt1tMltflMIMiM.UMMmtMMttMMttiilliiMIIIIilMtitMttlMltfllHtltW. .

., t: ,', "To my unseen
j ::.. '" ett, from Louise ; AW

.u iger had the rep-
=1 and unaccommo-
:. r ? refused to sing Just arrived car load M. SLEMONS

l:", >in passengers on FORDS for immediate .
.: sough: the amount

the sufferers from

f* .,;:r which had just delivery.

-ft. 'j.i k 3 ppled tenderness woman puts and Get yours nowF. New Goods Arriving DailyWe

t !i'' 'new and most at-
.;, : Phone 226

{ .,' r *"% !i i IS A TRIUMPH

-: V l !=*. mph of President r r sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

jl I :*t' t' fact that he has
Baltimore. Shoes.
made by Schloss Bros., "King Quality"
:. 5 1, terrible calamity of .
I : ;.... .A all that he could' Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

;Jan leaders to
v- "u. .. adopt Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claim & Co.
:::; In and cease their
has not been guilty & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

.' ;.ericans, and he has
't, ;, tinning done all that

:; Jade our citizens to

-;. ie area of storm and
f, -. a position to realize W. M. SLEMONSORANGE

,'' i most other Ameri-

L ent:of the sufferings To the West and NorthwestVIA AVENUE

; '; ', ens south of the Rio

r conducting himself --
I ?; and of patience and a.'IIIIIII"lllllIl Illtilllllllllldllllllllll..III.III.lllrlllllllll1111,.

.-.iticism,' that President DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER> AND --- MMMIIIIIMM- -- -- --- ------

again and again in
.> ,1. V rk. Great property SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDDixie

seated in'Mexico by : W I LI Pn

its' upon a basis of Dixie Dixie I=mmmmmmum Ui I I Li uUifc ;-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I

security. That all le- Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED i..u., .
'cents in the Orlando A. C. L..lZ:31am 3:13pm I l' Orlando. ........................ 3:13pm MIIIIIIIIIIIMtMAKE i +rii 1
may long I II iL1'r Jacksonville" A. C. L... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
d is indeed a just and Y Jacksonville! A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25 pm v Jacksonville. A. C. 1. ........... 8:15pm
( I I l' W'eross A. C. L..ll:50am lOipm \V.cross.. A. C. 1. .............lOOpm
i, and a proper object Macon G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. & F. 3:46am COOKING A PLEASURE WITH A GAS RANGEIf
I effort But it is not 1 I r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 7:25 am r Atlanta, Co of Ga .............. '7:12 amr H
r Knoxville, L &; N. ..............1I9pmI
four government to Chattanooga W. & A..12:18am 11:55am r Corbin, 1. &; N. ................ 3:1hm do cooking with a gas range you .
I .ers or speculators into I I r Nashville, N. C. &: St. 1. 4:50am 4:30pm r LouISville. 1. &: N. .............. 9OOpmr : you your cooking be- ,
V r Indianapolis "a. L. ............ 1:50am can appreciate the PLEASURE of
L ioN. :20
St. Louis C.& L 7
countries ; % pm am and
; :-jvolutionary to
Ar Lexington 1. & N. ............ 6:50 pmHopimlTille cause have no wood or ashes carry
i :V .', ,of guaranteeing their At L. &; N........... 6:27pm Ar Cincinant LioN. ............. 8:50pm the kitchen.All .
to dirty
, j I cost of the treasure Ar Evansville, L &; N..... 9:28am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. &; L ..........12:20pm nothing up
; Ar Terre lIaute C. &; E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapid G. R. &; L ....... %:45 pmAr
i! a hose who pur'sue less Chicago C. &; E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland Big Four ............. '7:15 am you have to do is to strike a match and
reers here at home.I .- ,turn a valve and the fire is as hot as if it had
i :Egress of the World,"t DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED been going an hour. Then, too, you don't have to
I an Review of Reviews room Solid sleeping train composed can observation of aection compartment drawing- Solid train composed of electric lighted worry about getting the fire too hot or too low _
:\ i can and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches the fire is always the same regard-
Chicago and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and because gas
B u between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis: less of weather or other conditions.If .
i adsffind'tenants
V "i ( want 1
DIXIE FLYERi through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
+d| rooms .every day. Let Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between you do not cook with gas it will pay you
-'L I artment observation sleepers, and electhc Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand in your home on thirty
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First to let us put a range
i I lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining car days' trial. .If it is not all we claim for it, your
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and CincinnatiI
1 OUT MOUNTAIN money will be refunded. .
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lattanooga take "Dixie"
sightseeing automobiles t R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. GAS DEPARTMENTtHIIMIMMIilMMIIMMHItim

Mountain, Point Park, Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando

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., '< .:;'. > : .' THE NEW JERSEY ASSOCIATION .. inn

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Our New Jersey friends who were

not present at the meeting held last .
Thursday evening in the Tourist

; <4l Headquarters on Pine street, at which
the New Jersey Association of Orlando

was organized, will be interested <'
to know that the membership roll \ .

now numbers fifty-four; that the officers Better( 1rhvrifrEI 1 \ \ !\ E *

of the association are S. Miles = .

: .: e Robinson, :M. D., of Somerville, president c : .

; J. H. Burnett, of Newark, vice- =
vp .
, president, and J. C. Howell, of Vineland ist

secretary.The ,

I'. THE STATE ISSUES BANK rn well meeting attended above and referred harmonious to was -- .' ':?::' MOitY( s all tlm ]kiikR 3 \ : ;

throughout, and the prospect for next

A.r,4. MERICANAN: KERS: winter is that there will be consid- ... i f\ i !

r ASSCK TON I ..,,. erable doing. .L ::....'
Y wf S \i:
every country of the civilized world, We, the members of the New Jer- y/lion yon have money you Co not need' : credit. t.' -

e. ? "A.B.A." Cheques are accepted by hotels, sey Association of Orlando, throughour -'

k. railways, steamship lines and the best shops :rv committee appointed for the pur- I: t'noiisli it v/Dl bo offered you.Open ;"
Issued in amount desired, in K
; generally any
% pose, desire to express to the Boardof
| and $100. As safe and handy rI A
\ $10, $20, $50
Trade qf Orlando and to the people == .
4":!' as your own check book is at home. Useless I .
S't4 sbj till signed, and your signature identifies you. I lof Orlando at large our sincere I .
thanks for the
many courtesies and .
P __ kindnessesshown, us as visitors dur- 1
a Dank account today and Increase
:; .. 'L ing the past winter, and especiallyfor I your
the thoughtfulness which secured \ .
for our use the commodious and con I = balance each wools. and soon you will have a substantial r j : j

venient room known as "Tourist '
amount. \I IiifoMi ,
Headquarters, on Pine street; and I

further, to express our high appre- -
ciation of the efforts made for our =-- -
pleasure and entertainment in connection --- --
with the numerous meetings -

held in that room during the past
J1 season. HDtB@n>>ll ; lai =


'" i. .i ;
J. C. HOWELL, ____ii "It is a pleasure to serve you." -

c ., Committee. :;::

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The members'of the Beau-Not club 1 =_ II
MRS. BRADSHAW ENTERTAINS COMPANY "C" WILL HAVE VISIT spent yesterday afternoon most pleasantly 1111 '
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TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB FROM INSPECTING OFFICERS as the guests of Mrs. Rogers, 11011 !IliilllildiniliI! 11I\IIIIIIIIIIm\ 'N6Nf IN M. i 1"1, ", 'I ," ._'"i, ,,. 1,'','", 'I'-
t one of Orlando's charming winter* 'T"1II
T : The T. B. C. was prettily enter- Company C, N. G. F., will be inspected visitors, who entertained in the homeof t
=- tained yesterday by Mrs. J. N. Brad- Friday evening at the armory Mrs. Reichard, on Lucerne Cirde. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS j I I I :M.: J.; Hampton, S. H; Huston,Thomas -!I Sarah Fernandez, Miss Marie; Foster -
haw, and the afternoon ; ; Jackson, James; Johnson, W. H; Mrs. G. H.; Graham, Mrs. John
1 spent irk L. L.
by Capt. Gregg, U. S. A., and The highest ;
playing auction. Misses scores were made by -List of letters remaining uncalled :,: Kizer, P. D.; McCombs, Floyd ((2)); 'I Hugman, Mrs. E. B. Hess
Lilla ; Mrs.
Shnie, Major H. M. Snow, of the state :Mrs. Chalfant and :Mrs. Robt. Howe, for in the Orlando, Florida, postoff ice I 1 I Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Francis S.; Mur- Charles; Jones, Mrs. H. E.
Margaret Hart and Nannie Wood sub- troops. This is a general inspectionand who are now privileged to wear the ;for the week ending March 28th, 1914. ''ry, Hugus; :McCawley: J. A.; Mont-j:''Mrs. :Mannasseh; Leedy, Mrs.; M.
stituted for.Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. Goodrich the company is preparing for it. club pins uptil other members win I When calling" for same please say I j, fourth, John L.; Moorhead, Ralph E.; Long, Miss Lily W.; Miller, Mrs. W.;
e and Miss Kilmer. The club mem- There was a drill Monday night, at them "advertised. Martin, Steve; Payne, A. F.; Porter, J.; McCashill, Miss Mary; Massey,
bers away. W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. W. M.; Rowe, S. A.; Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. L H; Moore, Mrs. John Murray
present were the hostess and which fifty of the fifty-five enlistedmen The hostess, aided by Mrs. Reich Men's List-Anderson, Ray; Allen, Mrs.::\ Elias; Reed, J. F.; Roso, R. A.; Mrs. George; Phillips, Miss; Valley -
Mrs. Woodruff, Mrs. Dolive, Mrs. were present, and there will be ard, served a delicious cream course. Mr. and Mrs.; Aldrich, H. B.; Arnold, 'tewart, C. H.; Simons, Herman; ; Roberts, Miss Larrabell; Sholl,
Hauselt and Mrs. Carr. A temptingsalaa another tonight.' Every bit of property The guests for the day were :Mrs. Geo. A.; Anderson, Dr.; Bucholtz, D. Smith, J. M.; Smith, John; Thompson Mrs. Alex; Sturgis, Mrs. Bessie; Sto-
} J.; Barber, Frank; Bramoan, W. D.; Emmett; Thrilling, Sol; Veal, Mrs. E.
fruit ver,
course, sherbet, fruit cake ; Stringer, Mrs.=: N. J.
4 even down to extra buttons, will Barley, Mrs. Head, and :Miss Nathan. ;
Bowman, Sam; Biggess, Paul; Bar- Hezzy; Veal, H. W.; Ware. F. H.; Thomas, Mrs. Jaunita Whitaker,
and coffee were served at the conclusion have to be accounted for and in good The club membership includes: Mes- ford, Lawrence M.; Berry, J. B.; Westall, Charley. Miss Leliaur; Wilson, Mrs.; A. D.
of the games. condition. The inspection will be dames E. J. Temple, J. B,. Lawton, Blanding, Maj. John W. ((2)); Brasell, Women's List-Arnold, Mary A.; Wood, Miss Carolins; Walker, Miss ,
Hardy; Bland, Frank; Bill, E. F.; Allen, Mrs. Herbert; Alfred, Mrs. Elizabeth Wisouns
and ; Elicebes
public, Capt. C. Moore extendsan Elizabeth ;
4 Abernethy, Robt. Howe A
Try the Sentinel Job Blackshea, E. W.; Britton, Elton P. Frank Hooker; Adams, Mrs. Edith Wimberly, Miss Freddie M. y
..Department.. invitation to any who wish to witness A. Carmack, E. P. Monroe, W. C' ((2)); Burke, E. D.; Carrier, B. E.; Davidson Ellison; Allen, Mrs. A. W.; Ball, Mrs.
&1 JrSentinel the exercises to be present at 8 Sherman, Reichard, Chalfant, and A. W.; France, W. H.; Fox, f. A.; Brooks, :Mrs. C. H.; Butler, T. S. Abernethy auto
want ads. get results. o'clock Friday evening.lilllll.illlillll.illilll.ll. Rogers. I I W. F.; Gamble, S. E.; Gantt, W. E.; Mrs. C. B. ((2)); Davis, Miss Cora; livery, phone
'" "-- Harris, H.; Harrison, L. J.; Hogan, Davis, Mrs. Caroline; Doster, Mrs.2, Orlando. t 3-5-tf ,

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