The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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



rt 1 TOTAMPICO BYSECRETARY[ [ Y OF f NAVY Indian Commissioner Delivers Interesting Three Hundred Acceptances Have WHfN AN APARTMENT UNITED STATES COURTUPONAPPEAL

I Lecture to Housekeepers'Club Been Received and Many More\ H HOUSE[ I IS BURNED r

at Cocoanut Grove
3 Expected by Tomorrow


i Members of the Housekeepers' club Preparations are being made for a FIRE STARTED IN BASEMENT NEW HAMPSHIRE JUDGE

HOUR SESSION OF THE STREETS TO Bf PAVED[ I and: a number of visitors enjoyed a large attendance at the dinner and NEAR CHUTE GRANTS WRIT OF HA-

CABINET rare treat on Thursday, in hearing reception to be given by Olivette

,I L. A. Spencer, special commissioner Commandery, Knights Templar, to be USED FOR WASTE BEAS CORPUS FOR

luch Time Spent With Engineer in to the Florida Seminoles, tell of his held at the armory tomorrow even- PAPERFliESlIUPIElEVAlIll FUGITIVE

Will FORCE E RESPECT fOR flAG Going Over Map With Proposed recent< investigation for the department ing.

System Marked Out II of the interior among the thir- Four hundred invitations were issued -

ty-two camps of Indians scatteredover and already three hundred acceptances p L ORDER IS HELD PENDING THEM[

of miles,
an area 9,000 square
f APPLAUSE GREETS ANNOUNCEMENT have been received. It is
The city council spent considerabletime says the :Miami Metropolis, in reporting expected that almost the full number -
yesterday afternoon tin going
the lecture. will give notice that they expect to T WOMEN LOSE THEIR LIVES, CASE WILL BE FINALLY DECIDED -
DOCK OF KANSAS THAT over> a blue print of the city
map Mr.\ Spencer's talk was entirely informal be present to enjoy the hospitality of BY JUMPING ONE FROM BY THE HIGHEST
streetS which had been chalked in
ACTION IS TAKEN by made without notes but thorough Olivette Commandery.
city engineer !
t j i familiarity with the subject and The dinner and reception, which are

i Washington, April 14.-Special.( ) which hose partially it is paved to and those brick.upon I I I i his enthusiasm for his work made it to be followed by a dance, are to be AND ONE FROM THE AND ELICITS MUCH

L -Enthusiastic cheers in the house today proposed lay absorbingly interesting, the only regret in honor of the grand lodge officersof FIFTH INTERESTConcord
While the of I'I
system streets has
greeted the announcement by being that it was not steno- the order. Several of these offi

+. Representative Murdock, of Kansas, been council practically is not ready agreed to make upon the I I graphically reported for the benefitof cers have accepted the invitation, and Boston, Mass., April 14.-Seven N. H., April 14.-Harry
that the, government had ordered the of final decision, and-' those who were not present.Mr. it is likely that fully half of them persons perished in a fire which Kendall Thaw's petition for a writ of

Atlantic fleet to Tampico to force respect probably will not until the bonds have Spencer related how he grew will be present. Among those who wrecked the Melvin, a five story habeas corpus was granted by Judge

fQr the 'United States the Ojibways and Chippewas will be present are Grand CommanderG. house Aldrich
flag. been issued and delivered.It up among apartment at Commonwealthavenue Edgar of the United States

even running away from schoolto B. Seamans, of Daytona; Deputy and district
Events charged with the menace of is known, however, that one of Long avenue in the Al court today.

w war surged fast on the heels of the the first acts to be performed when visit their camps, and how later in Grand Commander W. R. O'Neal, of ston district early today. I twasfeared The court said, however, that no

administration order today to Admi the putting down of brick begins will life, moving to Florida, and still having Orlando; Grand Senior Warden Snow, that one other occupant of the order would be issued for the pris

ral Charles Badger to sail with the be to fill in the center of those a longing for the Indians, he usedto of Tampa; Grand Warder Richtmann, building who was missing had been oner's discharge from custody until

spend his vacations in the Big Cy of Satsuma Heights; Past Grand Offi burned.
whole Atlantic fleet to
Tampico. streets that have been paved on eithr arrangements had been completed to
thus becoming well ac cers Louis C. Massey and T. PictonWarlow
The dead
Secretary Daniels sent his chief of side. It is the purpose also to press swamp : take the case to the United States supreme -
quainted with the neighboring Semi of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. J.
staff, Admiral Fiske, to Hampton pave the main highways from the city Raymond Powerand court on appeal.
noles. It was fitting that at last the Mr. W. H. Reynolds, chairman of their baby boy.
Roads, with orders directing Badger limits on each side. Thaw's petition for admission to
work should find the man, for it is a the reception committee, will meet Mrs. Alice Shackford.Mrs. .
ifi to give Mexico twenty-four hours to Some time soon the council will ( bail the court left undetermined, tak
i work that requires a single hearted the visitors at the train and conduct I Edith G. Bemis.
salute the United States flag. If have to determine what the width of I ing the ground that it would be more
devotion and an intimate knowledgeof them to their quarters. i
Huerta refuses to obey; the seizure of the; lateral streets shall be. There has Young women about seventeen, appropriate for this to be passed
past errors and future possibilities All details relating to the enter old
probably Mrs. Power'smaid.
Tampico will follow. been much discussion on this point, upon by the supreme court.
and those qualifications Mr. tainment are being completed, and a .
At the navy department it was some being in favor of a twentyfourfoot The result of the decision is thatThaw's
j Spencer seems to possess. royal is in store for the guests. Unidentified
,; stated that as the demand was practically street, and some favoring evena woman. guardianship and condition
Indifference and inadequate The dinner will be served by Chef
graspof others the
Many 125
j of that the street. The idea is to among persons
\ on a footing war narrower will be unchanged for the
the situation has characterized thgovernment's e Charles Jordan of the San Juan. living in the house had present;
k rules of war would be observed, and brick the entire width from curb to action, according to Mr. narrow escapes but that his petition for a writ of

); no information will be given to the curb and allow space for parkways and several were painfully habeas will to the highest
corpus go
advised and
press except by direction of the ad- between the curb and the sidewalk. I Spencer. legislation burned. The property loss was $60,-
'rr appropriations allowed to elapse, l LOUISIANA fmHIS AGAINST THF E court in the land with* a decision of

.A ministration. This plan has been followed in many broken treaties and discredited officials 000.Mrs. the lower court in his favor.
tk The consensus of opinion in the of the smaller cities with entire satisfaction Bemis' sister, Mrs. F. C. Be-
are a few of the items in this M'RFNOLDS'DECISIONAttorney D[ The decision discusses exhaustively
, \ capitol today is that war now depends it is said. harrell, and Miss\ Eileen Hazel, are
One instance the various phases of the case
arraignment. was men- presented -
l on Huerta.If The council approved the bill of F. missing. The unidentified body maybe
+ tinned. In 1893, in to in the United States court,
Huerta stands firm and demands D., Harvey & Co., sewer contractors,I response popular one of them.
]; clamor a bill was passed, which General's Stand That SugarIs concluding:
salute and recognition in return for for March work, $7,857.66; Hamilton M rs. Shackford and Mrs. Bemis -
1 had a generous ring to it, setting Entitled to Preferential "My conclusion is that constitution
each salute and recognition he gives Johnson for septic tank construction, met death by jumping, one from thi e
aside all of the state land in thirty- Is Not Popular al rights of extradition for crime does
the United States. then, say the lead 1653.43; the Ohio Well Drilling com- fourth floor and the other from the
six townships for the Seminoles, but not reasonably to such situation
ers, war will follow. pany. $57.50, and a few other minor fifth. The bodies of the other victimswere a
the joker in the bill was discovered Washington, April 14.Special.Louisiana's ( .) I as this, where the right of con-
President Wilson's order to Secre found
on fifth floor two
bills.A : when it was found that every foot of fight against the decision trol by the demanding state resides
tary Daniels to loose the Atlantic representative of the state board hours after the discovery of the fire
land in these townsships was owned! of Attorney General McReynoldsthat in of
degree based insanity
a custody
{: on
fleet under command of Admira of health appeared before the body! All had been suffocated.
individuals. Some of the sugar is entitled to a twenty
Jby I reservations percent and where its
Badger came at the close of a tense and urged the importance of keeping papers upon
The fire started the
I marked on the have preferential under the new tariff basemen their face the idea
map negative
and vital statistics II personal -
exciting cabinet meeting. The correctly. He is making -
[ turned out to be entirely under water, law was argued today before the near a waste paper chute and the criminal responsibility. It is
torpedo fleet at Pensacola, while not a visit to all towns of 2,000 andover flames shot
lor otherwise totally unfit. But this"jis United States supreme court. As a rapidly through the chute further thought that it would involve
ordered to'move at once, is under in to ascertain if they have ordi-'
;: past history, he said. The future producer of sugar by convict labor and an elevator well. The wholebui1ding forced or fictitious reasoning to makea
structions to be ready.A nances covering this matter, and to !
i J looks decidedly more hopeful and if Louisiana will be injured if the preferential was ablaze when the fir a flight of the character of the one
those I'
statement that have
not to
Daniels follows by Secretary urge. Orlando's ordinance foundto passthem. efforts can only be centralized and stands. The state contends men arrived. Miss May Boyd, living in question the kind of a flight contemplated -

: was concentrated, there is a bright outlook l that the new tariff wiped out the next door, was the first to see the by the constitution as a
r "Secretary of the Navy Daniels this be satisfactory. The trouble
expe ahead. :preferential.. The attorney genera l fire. While another neighbor rang ian basis for the extradition.
afternoon sent orders rienced in Orlando and in othertowns
to Read Admiral many
Mr. Spencer has completed a year'sexploration objected to the suit on the ground alarm Miss Boyd rushed into the
Badger, commander in chieAtlantic f,,1 no doubt, is to get the physi "It results that an order will be
that burning and the
and his report embodying it could not be brought againstthe building rang bell
i fleet, to proceed at once with I cians to make report of births. There in all the suites. made sustaining the writ and that
of actual condition government without its consent.
, all the ships under his command to I. is a double check on the deaths, for I I I the petitioner be discharged from the
as well as his, recommendations, will Many were able to by the
9 Tampico. Admiral Badger is a t the undertakers, as well as the physicians extradition process under which he
be published shortly. THE WEATHER stairways. Others used fire
Hampton Roads. At the same tim are required to report them. escape was brought upon constitutional
His task is rendered doubly difficult in the rear until flames made this
orders were issued for the Hancock,, But with births it is different, and the grounds.
from the fact that there are two Florida: Partly cloudy Wednesday impossible. The firemen carried a
' now at New Orleans with 800 marines is that many go unreported. "It has been understood from the
distinct tribes of Seminoles, he says- Thursday, fair. number of men and women down lad
to proceed at once to TampicoOrders The ordinance provides: a penaltyfor beginning that which ever way this
those of the Big Cypress region andthose ders. Several persons jumped from
were also issued to the South failure to make such reports, but case was decided by me it would be
f about Lake Okeechobee, differing BASEBALL RESULTS upper floors into the life nets.
Carolina, en route from San Domingoto no physician has ever been penalizedfor taken to the supreme court. Therefore '

i join the fleet at Hampton Roads,, this qmission of duty. Physfcians in language and in other ways. South Trapped on the fourth floor. Mr no formal order will be made

t ) her and will be to be The federal government's plan at Atlantic League and Mrs. Clement F. Rogers and :Mrs '
intercepting her requested
ordering t< more prompt either sustaining the writ or discharging -
present, is now to allow the Seminoles Columbus 2-0, Macon\ 1-2. Double< 'Robert Adams
Tampico. Orders were also issued tc and careful in making these reports. I header. hastily a {, the petitioner until the aggrieved -
land in allotment as follows Second game called in
: seventh rope from bed clothing and let themselves
the Nashville at San
Domingo, t 0 party has had an opportunityto
Forty acres of tillable land and fenced inning; rain.Jacksonville down to the .

proceed to Tampico. Orders were TOBACCO O COMPANY II MOR E ground; or eighty acres tillable and 5, Albany 3. ground.No perfect its appeal."
j also issued to the Tacoma now at one had time to dress and there When Thaw entered New
Savannah 8 Columbus Hampshire -
Rfl unfenced; or one hundred and sixty 4.
t Boston to proceed to Tampico. The was considerable suffering from e C-
TIME INTRUST S SUIT acres of grazing land. The title I to -- last September after deportation -
torpedo fleet now at Pensacola was posure. A state police investigationwas
from Canada he was arrested.
these lands will not be transferable Southern League
notified to stand by for orders to I started.
proceed except under government supervision.Are Chattanooga 3, Memphis\ 0. Six His attorneys petitioned for a writ of

to Tampico. District Attorney Outlines a Plan Good Farmers innings; rain. habeas corpus, this acting as a stay

It was learned authoritatively that Whereby Monopoly Features The Seminole is in Mobile. 7, Birmingham 5. of extradition granted by Governor
an expert
while further investigation of the May Be Eliminated certain crops on a certain growing kind New Orleans 3, Montgomery 0. J JUDGE D f H DOCKER[ WITllDRAS f M Felker..

Tampico incident being made
of soil. The great object now is to Eleven innings. Later Thaw applied for bail oil the

there was a general feeing that the New York, April 14.-(Special)- : lead him to diversified crops and a Nashville-Atlanta;' rain. RACE[ fOR S SUPREME[ [ COURT ground that conspiracy to escape

demand of Rear Admiral Mayo should Negotiations between the
government knowledge in handling a variety of from Matteawan, the alleged offense:
be backed up. In the meantime, however and the legal
representatives of the
soils. In an experiment tract of 160( National League on which extradition proceedings
it was determined that negotiations tobacco trust, relative to the I Great Surprise Created When Well '
prosecution acres in Lee county, he is being R. H. E were based, was bailable. Counselfor

with the Huerta government I of the Metropolitan Tobaccocompany Philadelphia ______10 13 1 Known Associate Justice Announces New York
J taught these things. He has learned -------- state opposed the motion -
through Charge O'Shaughness for violating the jobbingclause I New York -_______________ 1 7 1 Retirement '
to eat kale and beans and cabbage alleging Thaw's mental condi-
should proceed in order to present to came to an unexpected halt'today. Brooklyn -________________ 811 2 tion
<' General Huerta the insistence o{ the I fid his gardens are the best in the Boston ---________________ 2 8 3 would make his freedom a men

{ county. Citrus groves and bananas Cincinnati ______10 6 0 Tallahassee, Fla., April 14.-Great ace. .',
United States. It is believed that ----------
United Sta plantations have been set out; six Chicago __________________ 1 1 1 surprise was created here and will I Reciting facts as to Thaw's petition
Members of the cabinet
were hopeful Attorney Marshall will !
give the defendant '- square miles are being fenced off and St. Louis ________________ 263 doubtless be experienced througho for bail and the report of the

that no further steps would"required be company another two weeksin stocked with the best breed of cattle Pittsburg _________________ 1 5 1 the state when Associate Justice W. I upon his mental condition commission the-
to secure compliance wit which to digest his '
plan for obviating
and Indians placed in charge. A. Hocker of the court court
supreme announced :
the American demand, but they privately the monopoly features of the American I
Already of the chiefs havegiven League his retirement
some from the race "I have no doubt of the of
admitted the Washington go Metropolitan by inviting other jobbers hunting and the Seminole, New York ________________ 8 13 3 for re-election. right
up the
ernment was getting ready to enforce into the field and by to Philadelphia 252 court to grant bail under the cir-
agreeing --------------
according to Mr. Spencer, is destinedto Justices Hocker and Shacklefordwere I
J' its demand should it meet with re- sell brands impartially. Chicago __________________ 571 cumstances of this case; but as the
;\ sistance. become tile most successful far Cleveland 250 entered on the lists for reel question! is an interlocutory one ofa
In the meanwhile Marshall -----------------
.1: know when the saysdidn't he er in Florida. He is also lauded as Boston ___________________ 053 tion, and so far no opposition has m '' which the petitioner has the right to

J next conference the best of workers, and where tried, Washington ______________ 373 terialized ,except the announcementof i! avail himself at time and at
: Great any
1 Concern at Juarez will be held and any
f.} he will not be his help has been preferred to that of Detroit ___________________ 373 I Judge Avery, of Pensacola. Justice I stage of the and
Juarez, Mex., April 14.-(Special.) able to make a statement for some colored and even white laborers.Belonging St.. Louis _________________ 270 '. Hocker's proceedings as the
;. -Great concern is felt here over the time. I announcement follows: case is about to go out of the control
i to the federal government Federal League "Conditions have developed which 'of
I this court and into the
Tampico incident. It is announced The belief grows that the government there are 23000 in Lee Pittsburg _________________ 041 render it supreme
.i that the constitutional forces have is aggravated by the long delays acres Brooklyn ___._____________ 1 5 1 proper that I should retire court and as supreme court rule thir-
t county; 4,000 in Palm Beach county; from the candidacy for the positionof ty-four has and
been withdrawn from the attack on of legal counsel, for the trust ((10 innings.) an important perhaps
: 4,00'0 to 6,000 acres in Dade county. justice of the court in the
supreme a controlling bearing the
Tampico, pending settlement between will insist on entering suit againstthe upon ques-

| Huerta and the American government Metropolitan unless in the The great expense of inaccessible Latest music, latest books, fine s a-1' coming primary. I am grateful for I tion, I am disposed to leave the mol

it meantime scrub cypress land in Lee county does tionery. Curtis & O'Neal, next po tthe support of my friends and thank ton for bail undetermined without
adopts Marshall's I I
,'f I plan. (Continued ,on page 8) office. Come and see.us. them sincerely" l j prejudice."


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! Orlando's Under New Management




Four Big; Reels.

: SWAT THE FLY Why go to the mountains to keep cool? Come to the

< Grand $1,600 cooling system

r (1) Mosquitoes Flies, Gnats, Moths, Rnats, Flies, Mosquitoes. "Nearly Married," Essany drama.

(2) Ants, Mice, Rats, Roaches, Moths Gnatts, Flies, Mosquitoes.
"The Old The New drama.
(3) Mosquitoes, Flies, Gnats, Moths Roaches, Rats, Mice and Ants. vs. Selig
' .
: (4) Ants, Mice, Rats, Roaches, Moths, Gnats, Flies and Mosquitoes. "Big Bob Waits," Vitagraph, Robt T. Thornby. A

: I young gambler reforms and impersonates the man he killed.

i{ Read This i | He comforts the parents of his victim, who thinks he's their

t Bob" his until their
; ; son. "Big postpones arrest

; Citronella Compound drives the Mosquitoes away, Price . . . . : 15c. "United in Danger," Edison.

Motholine Keeps Moths away, 2 boxes for .. . .. .. .. .,. . . . .25c.

Moth Balls, drives Moths away, 3 lbs. for . .. . . . . .. .25c. Matinee 3:30 to 5:30

r- Dikes Roach Powder exterminates Roaches, Price .. .... .. . .. .. 25c. Night 7 to 10

South.American Ant Exterminator, drives ants away, price . .'. . . 25c.

t Hoopers fatal food destroys Roaches, Price . .. . .. . .r . 25c. ; ; Children 5c Adults IOeIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIOIIII

Peterman's Discovery kills Roaches, Price . . .. . . . . 15c.
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: Put us to the Test

ti For Economy and Purchase Power

', If you have doubts'about our ability to serve you better than other druggists, ,, of your money, "Try Wright

. we ask yau to put us to the test as hundreof others have done. We ask for your Farm.Is .
business only on the basis of superior goods of others have done. We ask for;your I t t it Citrus land of Quality?

.. no risk in testing us, for your money will be refunded without question should anything The picture will tell the story,

: prove unsatisfactory.
"Yes Price tells the Bargain.


i' Next Door lOc Store ORLANDO, FLORIDA 40 Acres under fence, 200 good or
I !
to ARIGHT : X14 ange trees, two story house, barn,

HMHtllilMMIiiinMMOIMiOtMHtQtIHUmMiBli b RLMTY fc SEED CO' best of water, three lakes. Snap
A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX : 'litAT'Srt ,i11.RO1a bargain sale. ;.0.._ \
there is anything which fills us
I with a drowsy desire to crawl off I
somewhere and rest for several years
1 it is the custom of calling prize I I
fighting" "The' Manly Art of Self-De- MOTOR CARS MllMllltliilllMMIMMMMMIIIIM ill :M i MiMlilliMllllJillHMOMMte. ::HtlIIIIIIIIIIHIII
fense, says Collier's Weekly.
"We say this in all kindness to the For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a

occupation itself,which has its good full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force Orlando Bank & Trust Co
points notably in the line of finance.At of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely

taking awkward young boys away guaranteed. Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
from the blacksmith's anvil, and
making out of them nobby young i Maxwell "25," $800, Equipped in Orlando
plutocrats, with incomes greater than RESOURCESReal
that of President nothing -
ourjcountry's Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26137.37 ,
can excel prize-fighting. But as Loans and Discounts . .. .. . . 378,166.14
a means of self-defense, it is a hopeless THE PALMS AUTO CO Overdrafts . . . .. . . . 1,225.23
and depressing failure. Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
"We have recently talked to several Cash on Hand and due from Banks .. . 473,059.02
; men who spend each year hundredsof FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.fMtimitMaillltflMIIMMHItttttilillMMimili.
dollars on the noble art of self
defense. One says that enduring the
4 atmosphere of a fight carnival has LIABILITIES
Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
'4 made the stuff they serve up as air
in the street cars of his city less of- $ Re-Discounts . .. . . . . . None
fensive to him. It has hardened him Fare 32.2'CAJiY Bills payable . . . . . .. . None
to ventilation, but that is all BETWEEN
poor .,: : Deposits . .T. . . . .. .. .. 770.793,72
1 Another claims that struggling for UFFALOCjLEVELAND (
the unreserved seats in the back of: Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
_ the hall has developed his agility to _.. :< .
some slight extent. but that it has $901,906.09
, cost him more in clothing than it has

been worth. Another declares that he Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . .. .$649,484.91
to prize-fights for mental -
goes -that prize-fighters do protection not THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

I: soften his brain as fast as the mod length I Grater 500 feet in;brea&h eee&-larger 98 feet in all indte proportion*;510 staterooms*-richer. in and all parlor rpnintmnli ocMuno&ting-1"n M7<< 1500 Meuner pcneapn. oa- Increase in 37 days .. . .. .. . 121,308,81
ern sex drama would. But outside of inland witen of the world. laterncejuelSih.MWk .
it these results none of the many ear t Steamers"SEEANDBEE."liCit)of Erie"aDd-at) of Buffalo" Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38
-:; nest devotees has been able to discover Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND y 1st to D c.1st Deposits April 11th, 1914 . .. .. . .. 770,793.72

[i i any advance in the art of self- t..e da1G 900P.M.7JOA.M. Arrive Lave CWlindv Buffalo _...'.'. 7 9:00.30 P.A.U.II.AnroOcvcbnd Increase in 100 days .. .. . .. 249,626,34
f defense. (Eastern Standard Time)

"Watching a thousand facemassage ticket Coeaeetiao.nCleeelandfoht4n.Ba reading between R.SaI..d cleveland.ToledoDetzoha.danpant.Tat.ndSoath.e are good for tranaportalioa on oar Railroad steamer Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
I matinees would not the t Ak jour ticket agent for tickets g C.4 B.tiDe. Write M for handsome fllmtrateJ booklet free.
The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and ,
physically as much as saw- Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
tl ing one cord of wood. As a mental friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
rest, watching_ two men hashing up sible.
;.f each other's features is unexcelled. .HMIMMMMIMIMIMMII +HI8iMimiiiMMMIM(
But the trouble is the rest is far ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK

{a too curable.likely to become chronis and in. Shoe Repairingby For Sale 1 *+* .

New York has had six police NOTICE
=, missioners in five years. It is easy Change of Schedule Clyde St.
Half Soles, 750 to 8scladles' Modern 8-room AND DO ALL KINDS OF
.j see why Mayor Mitchel wanted: Johns River SteamersUntil
Half Soles, 60c to 75c
Goethals for the job, but it is for like Children's Half Soles,sOc to 750 House 2 doors further notice the steamersof Osteopathic Physician O '' ICAL REPAIRING: ,
reason difficult to understand why this line will leave Sanford at
Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo
Goethals considered it for even a min Heels Repaired, 2c west of Wyom- 11:30 o'clock a. m. 132.Orange Avenue fl!' .J 1

ute. All work returned in 24 hours. ing Hotel. Bar- N. M. TUPPER, Supt. ; Next door to People's Bank,
J. B. CALDER, Agent.
Orders without remittance
returned -
Acute and chronic
{ LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN C. 0.D. We pay gain.A. Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914- i up-stairs.
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or return postage. diseases treatedTelephone
"News" sightseeing automobiles If you want your bicycle fixed ina
: hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578.W. DR. L H. RAMSDELL
for Lookout Mountain Point Park
A. Hanson Shop. 125tf.
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary L. Bentley, OPTOMETRIST
Ridge and historical points. For reservations 19 East Pine Street Sentinel want advertising shortens, T. ENTRICAN, (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Ukins)
L Makes a specialty of painting, paper-
address 910 Market street and
cheapens simplifies any real estate ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. .
3-S-Apr.O *.. "selling task. .._ .. Phone 636. 1-21-lm


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JACKSONVIllE "We have as yet found no reason to RECITALMISS

break our rule to advertise only in Walter McGriff, of Tallahassee auto truck line operated by

daily papers," said Fred Weston, headof auditor of county accounts, yesterday Morton Jones between Orlando,Ocoee, JULIA BROWN, REED Reader

Marshall Field & Co.'s retail ad- began the installation of a new Winter Garden and Oakland is prov- "
Beautiful Recreation Grounds Will be
vertising business ni Chicago. "Ev- system of bookkeeping required by;ing a great convenience to working "George Eliot's Armg'art"Knowles
The Home of the Old Soldiers .
ery day we are asked to take space.ina statute of the last legislature. The people as well as hunters and fisher-

During Reunion. magazine, but we have continued to work will require a week or more. men and other citizens. Mr. Jones
Hall Winter Park Florida
confine our advertising to the daily Mr. McGriff has been busy since the inaugurated the service early in the ,

Jacksonville, Fla., April 1.-This papers." last session in visiting the countiesand season with some misgiving as to its f Wednesday April 15,1914 '

b city's splendid public parks and play- Commenting on the recent an- installing the system, and has need, but he has found that it is a ,

grounds will be used for the comfortof nouncements of the firm relatipg to not yet completed his rounds. There'are paying investment, and the peoplenow 8.15 pm. ADMISSION 50c | |

the Confederate veterans and their the "educational value of a great many advantages in the new sys- demand it, and would be at a TmHIIiMMIIIIIIimilliilHtMlttmiMMMtlllM

friends during the reunion May 6-8 store, he claimed that thousands of tem over the old. he says, which :will loss without it. ------- --- -- -- --- -------
inclusive. Chicago residents and others livingin operate to the benefit of the tax payers MMIMMMMMQMMMIHMmMiMMMMiMMMOtm

will be towns several hundred miles dismaue of the county. Read the advertisements daily.
for the veterans t. t
camp ___.J.. !.. ., .. n !_ I n _
located in of two of the. most Cant u a practice to visit the
parts .
attractive parks in Jacksonville. store solely to get the latest ideas IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII J all n llfflfflf r rOur

Tents to the number of 1,000 to 1,200 regarding branches the correct styles in all & prig

will be pitched among the native for- of dry goods. "Business has

est trees and shrubbery of these parks been satsifactory since the openingof

for three days where the veterans our spring and summer styles and new line for the Spring

will ship.There enjoy has themselves been wonderful in companion-improve- significantly.we expect it to continue," he added mm A N A A MAN. and now Summer complete.season Never of in the 1914 his is <;

ment in the public park system of POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 111 .. tory of our business have we

Jacksonville during the past ten or t been able to show such a line of

a dozen years. Not very many years FOR REPRESENTATIVEI : IS IN TOWN new and timely goods for Eas-

ago the city had but one park, con- hereby announce from Orange mj candidacy county subject for representative to ter selling. Our line of Dress

taining two acres. This was Hem- the action of the Democratic primary. to be I I Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery -
held June 2nd.
Park located in the heart of .
ming J. H. REESE. I Readyto-Wear goods and
the present business section of Jack- FOR REPRESENTATIVEI : THE LARGEST IMPORTATION OF notions is complete-the styles

sonville. Now, every suburb has a I are varied enough to suit

park and children's playground, that resentative hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county subject for Rep to I I the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
excites the admiration of all visitors.At the action of the Democratie primary to be : idea of To accommodate the
he'd June 2nd. every purchaser's economy.
the present time Jacksonvillehas S. S. GRIFFIN. Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
about 100 acres in beautifully FOR REPRESENTATIVE I the 1st until the 12th of Apri 1 at 15 to 25 per cent
kept and well located public parks, Yielding to what appears to be the de-' cheaper than the regular prices
ire of leading citizens in almost every pre-
under the care of an experienced superintendent cinct of Orange county that one of the can- We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show i
In connection with didates to be nominated for Representativein
some the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe you our line if you will call on us.
if not all of these parks, playgroundsfor from the country precincts I hereby an- ever brought to Florida will be sold this week

children are equipped and well nounce myself a candidate.A.. B. NEWTON I II

maintained. Dignan Park and Spring- AT

field modern.Park are It especially is along attractiveand the sides I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor m New Voik argain Stoi'e v
re-election to the office of :Member of
1 1S4 4 ORANgE AVtiNUBNext'
of these beautiful parks that the Con- Board of Public Instruction, Orange County I

federate camp will be located. primary.from District No.Very 3, subject respectfully to the, coming "IIIII.II.IIIIIIIII ISt.IIII'IIIIIIlo.r ..tt

During the past year a beautiful WM. EDWARDS.
monument to the Daughters of the Zellwood, Fla. to Peoples National Bank

Confederacy has been erected in Dig- FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION .I.&I
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
nan Park, at a cost of $25,000, said re-electin to the office of Supervisor of I
to be the handsomest monument to Registration for Orange County subject to Buy from the IMPORTER at HALF-PRICE
the Democratic primary to. be held June 2n< tl.Oltlell'I.I.til..I.IIII.IIIIIIIIII.t'l
Southern women in the entire 1914. :
South. This park is provided with FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR at 1.95, $2.75 and $4.75, and I

various amusement devices and, dur- SHERIFF
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor save Middlemen's ProfitsMy
ing the summer nights, free motion Sheriff of Orange County subject to the : OELANDOWater

pictures are provided for the pub- Democratic primary of June FRANK 2nd GORDON.1914. reputation as a Panama Hat importer is well-

lic. Athletic games are also a spec- FOR SHERIFFI
known to the people of the North-Eastern States '
ialty. e announce myself as a candidate for, the
Among Jacksonville's public' parksare office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida,
subject to the Democratic' primary. I am a Imported direct in the rough. Molded and builtto & Light Co.
Riverside Park. Springfield Park, native of Orange county In asking the votes
Fairfield Park, Hemming Park, Dig- of my fellow the duties citizens of the I pledge office myself without to fear discharge satisfy the individual taste of each lady and i

nan Park, Oakland Park, City Hall or favor to any man for the upholding of the gentlemen. GET A REAL, GENUINE PANAMA -
laws and the preservation of peace and good
Park, LaVilla Park, East Jackson- order in the county. HAT fresh and brand-new from the South

ville Park and others. The city has COUNTY WILLIAM COMMISSIONER H. DOUGLASS.FOR American Republics. Electricity

built these parks at comparativelysmall I am a candidate for the office of County -
expense. Low lands and Commissioner of Orange county from
District 2. If elected I promise to serve the
swamps have been filled, converting people to the best of my ability having resided SALE STARTS I
here a number of years, I am quali-!
practically worthless land into some fied to know the needs of the section and Gas Water Ice j ;
of the finest parks in the country.The the people. i

conservative value of the pub- Respectfully.A. C. STARBIRD s EBNESIIAY ArRIL 1 1and 15 i
lic parks of Jacksonville is $3,000- Apopka Fla.FOR
Central Ave.
000.All I hereby announce njrelf a candidate for Office---No. J8 West
re-election as Commissioner from District No.
of this great improvement work 3, Orange county Florida subject to the
has been done in recent years and the action June 2nd of the 1914.Democratic primary to be held continues until Saturday, April 18

extension of the park system is a part J. L DILLARD.

of the policy of the city government. FOR COMMISSIONER No. 6
I hereby announce myself a candidate for Remember if you buy your Panama elsewhere we both !lose Telephone
The residents of each of the nine re-elecfion as County Commissioner from
wards of the city are in close touch District No. 1 of Orange county subject to
the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your
with some public park, and while the support will be greatly appreciated. MARK M. SABLO
parks are ornamental to a high degree -
they are useful to the peopleas I hereby announce myself as a candidate
of recreation and for County Commissioner Orange County 'THE PANAMA MAN"MIIHIIiMiilllllliMMHMHillililiimiHiJlM
places amuse- District Four subject to the action of the .
ments. It is not an uncommon sightto greatly Democratic appreciate primary your June support 2nd 1914. I will .,., .. ,iMMIimiMMHUMIIMMIIIIMMHHIiHIM
see several thousand children Yours truly.
in these in C. J. SWEET.
playing parks the shade of Pine Cattle Fla. *
forest trees, enjoying the many devices FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER iiMMIiHIHtMttMtlMIMMMIMMtlHIIIIHHtMM
of amusement that have been .I I announce myself as a candidate for reelection -
to the office of County Commissioner
supplied the public. Orange County District Five, subject-
In addition to the to the decision of the Democratic primary
'public parks of
June 2nd. 1914.
the city, there are a number of at- Respectfully, THE SEWING MACHINE
private parks in the sub- Ft. Christmas Fla.

urbs where people find recreation and FOR TAX ASSESSOR
entertainment The suburban parksare I hereby announce my candidacy for the
reached office of Tax Assessor of Orange County sub-
by trolley in
cars a ject to the action of the Democraite primary
minutes' ride from the center of the called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and .
elected I pledge you my faithful service. -

city.During the Confederate reunion in FOR COUNTY-TREASURER ARTHUR BUTT. .: APRIL 18th, AT 3 O'CLOCK, THE FREE

May, additional provision will be madein I hereby announce myself a candidate for I
Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the .
Jacksonville parks for the pleasure BE GIVEN AWAY
Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914.J. I SEWING MACHINE TO
and comfort of the veterans and H. TUCKER.

their friends. In May the parks are FOR TAX COLLECTORI
a-bloom with beautiful flowers hereby announce myself as a candidatefor I :K ,Get in line for the big demonstration. Nearly every woman in this city will be
re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof I
tropical plants. Artificial lakes add Orange County, subject to the Democratic I and one the number will get this wonderful machine without one cent er '
I primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If reelected I present among
interest to the surroundings, whilein I pledge to you my faithful serviceas I I Il
nearly all of the parks there are I have endeavored to rive in the past. of cost. Who knows but that you will be the fortunate one-every one stands an
W. E. MARTIN.MICIiillliMniMMIiiH t I 1 1I
many liveoaks. which furnish cooling i I'h; s equal opportunity in this awarding. Youshould not fail to come and participate in ;' i
shade to the visitors. May Day fes- '
tivities by several thousand school -: 11 iit! this grand demonstration and awarding. Every minute will be full of interest. If '

children will be postponed until the : A Genuine Bargainin i you havn't filled out coupon, get one today, fill it out and deposit it at once and,
reunion dates and
given in one of :
Real EstateGood
the largest parks for the entertain- : BE SURE TO COME, SATURDAY, APRIL 18th, 3 p. m.

ment of the veterans and other reunion I

visitors, who are expected herein : with connected eight-room kitchen house, The Free Sewing Machine will cost you less and give you better satisfaction than any other. Come in and see how eas-

thousands. The May Day festiv- : the first to combine ease with swiftness. See the FREE
twenty acres first class land ill it's superiority can be proved. Watch the Rotoscillo movement,
ities will be of the
tive features of one the reunion most entertain-attrac- :I al cleared, 315 bearing ball bearing system. Eight sets of Ball Bearings, just four times the old-fashioned number. Observe the rotary spool pin,

ment program. It will be especially : Orange Trees, in first class I the clever self-threading shuttle, the unbreakable needle, and belt that can't slip, the automatic tension release, the improved -

pleasing to the old soldirs, for whom : can condition easily, fine be bloom.sub-divided Land head latch and many other marvelously simple and sument, the firs to combine ease with swiftness. See the FREE'S

it is being "arranged. into five-acre Guarantee. .
I tracts, is on
road to Conway, 21.2 The FREE is the only sewing machine that is guaranteed for life and insured for five years against accidental break
The Tropical Sun says $651,000 is '
miles from Court House, or destruction.
now being expended in West Palm .
road on two sides main
Beach for buildings. road will be bricked this :. GET YOUR DEMONSTRATION CARD NOWYOU MAY GET YOUR MACHINE FREE.

and shool wagon. Sold to I: :
The. Sentinel will give you the practical close and estate. CHEAPfor :: C. HUGH DAVIDS, MGR. :
thing and it will be of a dignityand I
cash, or very reasonable
sty!! that will please you. We've i terms will be made. II Store !
got the equipment; we've got the ex Department

perience, and we will deliver the job ; ; LORD& BRADSHAW -

on time and in perfect order. Try Exclusive AgentsIIHilllliillilliiilH Second Floor. 3Himimtifiiimrmuiimiiiiiitttiinnm :
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THE DAILY SHINE STONEMAN WEDDING whole congregation speedily passed :.tlllllllllllllll"IIIIIIII II'OIGI.JI30 I .
forward to express the most hearty I' I IIUuI "Itt tflIHtH 01.

i South Florida SentinelMORNING St Luke's Cathedral was the scene and affectionate best wishes. Later, G. A. R.NCAMPMNTDistinguished [ [
as Mr. and Mrs. Stoneman enteredthe
AND WEEKLY of one of prettiest weddings ever 1
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. held in Orlando when at noon yes- waiting auto, they were showered _

terday Miss Lillias E. Shine became with bright blossoms by merry Visitors Are Numbered
Entered at the pcwtoffice at Orlando. Flor friends, while still later
the bride of Mr. Frank B. Stoneman, on leavingthe
; ida. M Second ClaM MaU Matter. Among Those Who Have Gath-
of Miami Greetham home for the train,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES The decorations within the church some of the relatives speeded their ered at St. CloudSt.
Daily, 1 Year ..........................$S.OO
Daily. 6 Months ....................... .60 were particularly beautiful, yet car- departure with the proverbial old
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.2 shoes. then proceeded to the train, Cloud, Fla., April 14.-The tenth
; Daily, 1 Month ....................... .50 rying the note of simplicity and en- annual of the Florida G.
tire lack of ostentation which markedthe where a secret supply of rice quickly
Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 became much in evidence. A. R. opened here this morning with
i Weekly, 6 Months ..................... .75 with whole many event.candles The, altar which! was further bright The bride wore a becoming travel- delegates from every section of the DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STORE R[

state in attendance. It is expectedthat
ing suit of dark blue silk poplin with
lighted the Easter lilies againsta ,
4e i
soft background of asparagus fern. black hat, for the ceremony, carryinga before the encampmnt is brought

Copy for duplay and all ether handset Despite the heavy rain of the morn- prayer book. to a close more than five thousand
advertisinf most ke handed in at the business visitors will be in attendance. A number -
j'' lice of the'Sentinel not later than 2 p. m- ing, and its continued light showers, The wedding breakfast was delightfully I Orlando's favorite
the day before publication. Tide rule applies. the Cathedral was crowded by warm arranged, the rich coloringof of distinguished visitors are in \ Shopping |
to fhancei for contract advertising; it i attendance, and because of the ex-
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. friends. eager thus to express their nasturtiums being the principal
cellent arranged it is ex-
decoration. A delicious luncheon program
interest and their affection for the was
t Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued pected' that the encampment will
served, including the wedding cake,
should notify the office in writing on bride, who will be greatly imssed both
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be the prove one of the most successful ever PLACE
socially and in the parish labors, having merry gathering consisting of the
continued at the regular subscription rates held.
until notice to stop is received. I been an earnest worekr in the many relatives. A number of tele-
Among the distinguished guests of
guild and the choir. She has also grams congratulating the groom were
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1914. honor are Col. John 1IcElropast
received these from
5 been librarian of the Sorosis libraryfor many
distant northern also from national vice-commander of the G. A.
several years, being a charter points, as
Another way to save money is to member of the Sorosis club, and is various Florida towns, and attestingthe R.; Col. Saltzgaber, commissioner of

pay as you go and then stay at home. one of the Rosalind members.Mr. esteem in which he is held. pensions; Col. D. L. Rice, representing -

o Stoneman is also well and favorably Among the very numerous and exquisite the army and navy union; Capt.
William Siggins, commander of the
gifts sent friends
by were
been'a sev-
known here, having
Billie Burke has married AnnalIeld's
department of Florida, G. A. R., and
eral with special significance, the So-
ex-husband. Anna held him resident of Orlando some years ago,
Ida S. McBride. national of
four before transferring his editorial labors rosis club sending a beautiful silver
years. to Miami. waiter; St. Cecilia's Guild a set of the women's relief corps.

o Just before the ceremony, Mrs. W. silver butter spreaders; and the Ma- The program of entertainment fol- There's No let Up
4 The automobile is making a lot of lows:
L. Nutter rendered several vocal selections sonic lodge a handsome set of cut
'x hump-backed people. Probably the glass. Tuesday, April 14th, 9 a. m.W.R. .
very beautifully, her rich,
monthly payments are too heavy. C. council meeting. '
sweet tones being shown afresh in :Mr. and Mrs. Stoneman left on the -- "
o each number, her musical ability well afternoon train for a short trip, wise- 10:30 a. m.-Convention opens.
You must admit that the Sentinelhas recognized and appreciated here. Her ly keeping their destination unknownto Mrs. Anna Squires, president of the

tried hard enough to get you to first solo was "Joy of the Morning," the young relatives who would L. L Mitchell Corps, No. 12, will Remarkable Sale
register. This is the last day. Don't deliver the address of welcome.
f by Harriet Ware; then "To You," by gladly have made further conspiracyin
say that we didn't tell you. their behalf, but they expect to Response, Mrs. Carrie Leighton
Oley Speaks. followed by "Out of the
St. Petersburg, Kit Carson Corps. Of This Season'sHighClass
o Darkness," "Love's Words" and "Be- reach their Miami home the first of
Introduttion of visitors will be followed -
Congratulations to Editor Stone- cause," by Guy d'Hardelot. next week.
man of the Miami Herald. He has Promptly at 12 o'clock the vested Mr. Alec Shine and Mr. Horace by an address of the depart- Ratines

a won for his wife one of Orlando's choir, led by the Crucifer and followed Rundell also left yesterday, Mrs. and ment president, Mrs. Elmina C. West-

x noblest and most cultured women.o by two of the clergyRev.. Miss Shine remaining for a few days cott.
Memorial services for the dead will
o H. R. Remsen, of the Cathedral, and with Mrs. Greetham.The FRENCH ENGLISH, ITALIAN AND DOMESTIC
conclude the session.
The old time mother used to won- Rev. J. G. Litch, of Winter Park- morning

der where boy was. Now, accordingto preceded the bride, who entered on Panama Hat Man is in town. MANUFACTUREBeing
The Methodists .in Fort Meade
Abe Martin, she has a grandson the arm of her brother, Mr. Alec are t

r who wonders where his mother is. Shine, of Miami. Sentinel want advertising serves preparing to erect a handsome par- our entire stock of these extremely fashion- !
the seeker and the offerer equally. sonage for the pastor, Rev. J. L. Kil-
from his
Bishop Gray, coming temporary -
gore and his family.ilMtlMMHtMHUtMIIIIIIMIMIMIMIIIIIIIMM. able fabrics. Of course there is a reason why thisslan"ht.r j j0.
The editor of the Lima Daily News duties in New Jersey to offi- Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. !
-'-- .'.-- nf prices. '......... true. WP I. .... tn have
; says: "When we read where Vernon ciate on this occasion, entered from 114.n..l'u..u..u
: Castle and wife get $60 an hour for the vestry room, followed by the '"- an opening much earlier than we did, and made our pur

dancing lessons we deeply regret that groom, who met the bride at the choir chases accordingly. Being almost a month late, we were

k we didn't learn to write with our steps, the first portion of the simple, LATEST STYLESIN that amount of trade out. As a consequence, we are
feet. '" impressive service being said there.
heavier in these fabrics than we should be.
o The bishop then passed up within the

Harry Vallon helped to kill Rosen- chancel rail. the bridal party stand-
t thal and goes free. Dago Frank, ing just in front, under a delicate Is Price Concession Means Anything j

I who was miles away at the time oi. festoon of tulle twined with aspara-

the killing, paid.the penalty to retrib. gus fern and roses. Here the solemn' Spring MillineryLaces Wednesday and Thursday should prove of exceptional t

utive justice. Well-it's a queer vows were exchanged, Mr. Alec Shine interest to our many customers.

r world; I giving the bride away, and the brief(I
0 service completed. The bride had
and Dress Materials
The Fort Myers Press invites ally chosen a favorite Easter hymn, "The Note These Reductions

the politicians to be present at the Day of Resurrection," as the choir

+i' state press meeting if they will prom- processional, and after the bishop 36x40 inch heavy Ratines in all colors, including

ise to leave politics out of their visit. pronounced the benediction, the choir USSESIAHLOT[ & BUNN'Agents cream and white; our regular price 65c. For the two

They might get it out of their visit. followed the bride and groom, sing- days, 39c.
but they couldn't get it out of their ing "0 Perfect Love." The choir

systems. members were among the first to : ; for Barclay Corsets : 40-inch French Ratines, in all the dainty Parisian

o greet the bride, and to congratulatethe tones and Pastal shades
McCalTs Patterns ; our regular price 85c; for the
The Mexicans +have been killingS happy groom as they stood on
two days, 49c.40Inch .
Americans for the past year or two, the Chapter House porch, where the ., IIII.'lllf"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.1

and nothing has been done about it; Check Ratine, the real fabric for the two-

: but the minute one of Huerta's mis- I"11111 11111 11111 11111 Iii II III 11111 III 11111 11111 I I1111111111111111111111111 piece effect; regular $1.25 value; for the two days, 69c. ,
; erable little gunboats fails to salute
the flag there is something in the way SPECIAL FOR 10 DAYS ONLY Five pieces Tropical Eponge Ratines, German manu-

of war doing. facture in dainty Knicker Striped effect; retails at 85c;
o \Ve offer an elegant soc Oriental Talcum Powder for 25c. Sample box For the two days, 59c.

The Ocala Banner gives a new defi- FREE for ladies.

nition Banner of says the term that "progressive.a progressive" is The a McELROY'S PHARMACY Five Piecs Check Tweed Ratines

well rounded man. This is not to be

taken literally, we guess. !1! PHONE 20 RELIABLE DRUGGISTS Scotch manufacture; 45 inches wide; ideal for sep- I'

o IIIIMmMMiMltMIIIMHMMIMIIIMIMMilMIMItHMIIMMtMMMimiAre arate skirts, the separate Coatee, Auto Coats, etc., etc.

.' We are prepared to sympathize Retails at $1.25; for the two days, 79c.LISTEN.
y i with that gentleman who took a sitz

bath, but making a mistake in the

faucets got boiling water and now '

has to take his sitz baths standingup.
It must be tough to take your e
s sitz baths standing. > How is this for a silk reduction? Genuine French,
o ; All Silk Crepe Meteor; Lyons' Manufacture. 40 inches

Events are crowding thick.and fast wide in dainty colorings of tan, orange, saxe
upon us: The gunmen were executed You Invitedto
copen, pigeon, chandon, royal, navy, pink, rose and also
Monday, Harry Thaw has been granted -
white and black.
a writ of habeas corpus, the Atlan- a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea cream,
tic fleet has been ordered to Tampico, Our regular $2 values; for the Two days, $1.69.
gift to hostess is in good taste? If
your so, we are,sure
and Detective Burns is to make his

report on the Frank case tomorrow. you will be interested in our display of the newest and .

o most artistic designs inCUT t '
s The Ocala Banner claims that

Burns, the great detective, is believed GLASSThere :
r .to have been in that city Mon

day. The Atlanta papers stated that
he had gone to Cincinnati in pursu- are so many odd pieces and attractive sets

ing his quest in the Frank case. We'd here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.

rather trust the Banner than the At-
We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe

lanta Claude papers.Kitchin o of North Carolina, more acceptable.T.H.Evans. ur Mail i Oider r Deparlifien e !

who will succeed Oscar Underwood

s as floor leader for the Democrats in Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, make'use

4 the house when Underwood goes to of it whenever you can. Samples or information

the senate, is the brother-in-law of a cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

: Baptist minister in Miami. That cityis I II I Write for one of our illustrated mail order cata-

imitating Atlanta's prowess in lay- - I logues. We invite comparison values.ORLANDO'S .
{ ing quick claim to all things notable.

Dueling of the approvable kind has
broken out in Chicago. Two editorsof
the JewelerOPPOSITE
papers published for the foreign
born in that city had a disagreementand ,

went out to settle it at the pointof

the pistol bayonet. They fired POSTOFFICE
twice, but the shots went wild. They ran e ve. Orlando n

then shook hands and retired to a

i} nearby resting place for a mug of EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

beer. It all happened before break
fast on Easter morn. HMM IMMttfc

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s loll n Must t R Eat t CallY J i e|.I ROBINSON 0Pen9a.m.to10:30P.M.I STARKEY, Managers g a four their Mrs.After months home Hunt a stay at,leave where the in Keystone Orlando this they morning have, of Col.made over and for

| Admission 5 cents | I their Youngstown residence. They

-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. express unbounded pleasure at their

i That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con TODAY'S PROGRAM sojourn necessary here,from keen business regret at findingit Gel It Ill lIen's"s

cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en Victor. "A Girl and Her Money." ations to depart now, but
A 2-reel drama. Florence Lawrence
gine. plays the leading role in this very interesting a return when, or before, consider-I .
picture. The story is bye flakes begin to fall again .11. .

No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Caramels _well known author, Captain LeslIe Buckeye state. Their

'1'. reacocke. has been a source of delight to the ,
Your Friends -
Taffies, etc. Powers. "What .Happened _to
Freckles." A dandy comedy by Edna many resident and visiting acquain-
FRESH EVERY DAY. Marson and Harry Pollard. Father tances they have met socially while
escapes through the dumb waiter and here, and those who remain wilt miss Why they buy from us-..they

interrupts his the daughter marriage and ceremony Freckles.between the always cheery and entertaining will tell you, it is '

Freckles makes a daring rescue and presence of both.A .
elopes with the girl. A really laugh most pleasant surprise came not 1

H BUTT'S KNDY KiTCHEN[ able comedy. only to the Colonel and Mrs. Hunt BecauseWe .

but. to many other friends when, yesterday

DANCE AT COUNTRY CLUB IS afternoon, Ex-Postmaster have the have
I goods, we
CALLED OFF Shaffer and :Mrs. Shaffer, of Youngstown D
The home of pure home-made Candies, returned to Orlando from St. the price and give you

The regular dance at the Country Petersburg where they had been vis- prompt, courteous and pleasing -

Orange AvenueIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Club which was to be given tonighthas iting for a fortnight, and arranged to service.

been called off on account of the be companions of the Hunts part wayon

Knights Templar dance which will their trip North, going via San-

take place tomorrow night. ford and the St. Johns by boat to Come and See

--- Jacksonville together. The Shafferswere

LAWN FETE FOR JUNIORS THIS nearly five months at the Key-
Mr. J. T. Horner is in Palatka on
AFTERNOON stone and made friends by the score.
business.Mr. .
Allen & Co
WADE I' They tarry at Southern Pines for a .
John T. Branham, who has
THE TUNER I A lawn fete for the Junior Auxiliary month before going on to Youngs-
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
ORLANDO, FLA. will be given at the home of Mrs. town. All of the party are lookingfine JewelersPrompt
Branham, on Lucerne Circle since
A. Haden this afternoon from 3 to 6. and praising Orlando for giving
March, left yesterday for his home in
The young people are anticipating anenjoable them such a comfortable and health- U
Nashville, Tenn. He was Repairing.
accompa- time, and it is hoped that restoring winter.
The Panama Hat Man is in town. I nied as far as Jacksonville by his
the weather will be favorable. Everything Guaranteed.
nephew,>Mr. A. G. Branham.Mr. .
)lr. S. S. Griffin spent yesterday TO CLARENCE WADE, JR.

down at Kissimmee.Mr. I A. Brooks, of Minneapolis, is FINAL MEETING OF THE BEAU.
spending a few days in Orlando. His
: John Richardson, of Lodi, 0.,I NOT CLUB The parents of Clarence Ernest .
vacation period was brief but he made
has returned North. Wade. Jr., are justly proud of the following -
I the best of it by coming to Orlando.He .
The final meeting for the season lines of greeting written by
Mr. N.
leaves for
Wagner today is much interested in the
I country of the Beau-Not club was held Rev. L. W. Moore, one of the
his home in Vermillion, 0. I about here and has purchased.several I yes
I terday afternoon at the home of Mrs. est minds in Florida bright-I 161
Mr. Jas. McNeil left yesterday fort small tracts from the Southland Farm .cD
E. J. Temple who entertained in her GREETINGS IClOI[ II -
y his home at Hudson, N. Y. I and Home .
i company.Mr. usual cordial manner. It is the custom We welcome you, dear Junior Wade, .__ _n _
I Mr. W. R. Spier is down at Fort 1 A. J. Walker, owner of the, of the club for the member making To this big world of sun and shade. HMiMMMMIiMmitllCMMMMMHIHtHttltlttCheese

flyers on a few days business trip. Apopka telephone line and its long the
highest score to wear the clubpin 'Twas large when and :
Miss Nellie O'Neal returned yes- distance connection to Orlando, was for a year, and by the same token came, mammy daddy; I Cheese!

terday from a visit to her sister in in town last night, having patrolledthe the winner is the president of the And you will find it still the same.here's :

Andrews, S. C.. I line from Apopka to see if any club. This honor fell to Mrs. J. 'B. I
I damage had been done by the storm T[ room enough for girls and I We have received another shipmentof
Lawton Sr. and Mrs. S. B. Chalfant
Mr. J. B. Wherry left yesterday to boys :
visit friends and relatives in Kansas i,of yesterday morning. He was pleased having made the next highest score, 1 to play and romp and make a noise. I the New York famous cream cheese.

City, Mo., and Pawnee City. Neb. to find that little or no injury had was made secretary. Mrs. Lawtonwon II I
I' resulted, although he saw a numberof Assume your rights and say, "I'm :
:Mr. Earl Hulett, an old Orlando the pin last year, and Mrs. Tem hereTo I Good CoffeeTry
\ trees along. the line that had been
boy, passed through Orlando yester- 'blown down. Mr. Walker the pIe was the secretary. Refreshmentsof make demands far many aear.." I
day on his way to Jacksonville. II 1 wind attained severe velocity at when ice the cream play and was cake concluded.were served The Thrice J welcome to our sun and shade, a pound of our bulk coffee. A good

Mrs. F. N. Boardman returned yes- :Apopka. And may angels guard our Junior
I' members of the club are Mrs. B. G. Wade. coffee at a cheap price. ,
terday from a ten days visit to Rev.
I! Abernethy, Mrs. S. B. Chalfant, Mrs.
r and! :Mrs. A. P. Boyd, at Bradentown.Mrs. 'BOB HOLLY'S BOY IN AUTOMOBILE .
Carmack, Mrs. R. L. Hyer, Mrs. J. B. WILL DISCONTINUE LINE We have Orange Blossom
: E. T. Jackson and daughter,I I WRECK Lawton, Sr., Mrs. E. P. Monroe, Mrs. Orlando, Fla., April 14, 1914. some more __
:Miss Florence It is with that Honey in the comb.
returned yesterday I I Saturday afternoon as the Ovied C. C. Reichard, Mrs. Belle Rogers, regret we are
obliged to advise the merchants
( and
from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon Ball in of Conducto
charge Mrs. W. C. Sherman and Mrs E. J. 4 others of Orlando that we are forcedto
Semple in Arcadia.Mr. I''I Smith was rounding the curve at Oak Temple. 1 1I 1j discontinue the transfer tine between -

: .- Dave Cook leaves tonight for avenue, in Sanford, on its way to j Orlando and Sanford for about

his home in Butler, N. J. While here,'I Oviedo, it ran into an automobile,I POLL TAXES MUST BE PAID NOTe three authorities months.will The not let Seminole us use county their THE SANITARY GROCERY

he was employed as bookkeeper for;which was attempting to get over th LATER THAN MAY 9 roads until such time as they feel

the Cook Garage company. crossing at Park avenue. The ma that the road bed has set sufficiently
Mjr. Joseph Phlpps, representing1 I chine was in charge of Reginald I This is the last day for registra for heavy hauling. We will haul all

the Mobile & Ohio Railroad Holly, son of Hon. Robert Holly, editor tion. Supervisor Frank H. Williams 1i freight now consigned that way but Phone 200
company,o 1i would ask that no more freight be 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
was in town yesterday calling on his of the Sanford Herald. The en1 will close his books at 5 o'clock this routed with the exception of having t

old friends, also soliciting businessfor 1 I gine of the train hit the machine near afternoon, and aJter that there will i it hauled over from Sanford by the

his line. 1 I the foredoor and picked it up and I be no opportunity for voters to register 1 truck Until line.such time the t\ CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
as we can use
|threw it along with its driver into
Miss R. A. Child and Miss A. B., a L for the primary. There are many roads of Seminole county again we
1 Appleton, who have been spendingthe ditch along the north side of the! business men in Orlando who have will do a general hauling business S FUNERAL DESIGNS
track. The automobile crushedas I giving the people quick service and !
winter at 205 Ridgewood avenue, was not registered, and it is probable that
though it had been tomato prompt delivery.We "IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII"
a can n the supervisor will have a busy day
left last night for their home i haul anything; and everythnigany
Langhorne, Pa. and put entirely beyond the hope oi r of it. Then it will be in order to pay time and any place.

'I repair. The driver came out of the poll tax. May 9 is the last day for Hoping to have the continued patronage No. 1 Left
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Bowen left: of
customers and to add
debris with a torn stocking, otherwise this. Many of those who have regis our
yesterday for their home in Lake-! to the list those that we have not
being all to the good.Gainesville tered have not paid the poll tax. The following has been offered for
had to
view, N. J. after spending their eleventh rSun.. an opportunity serve, we are
Yours truly, sale:
winter in Orlando. very
They will]l
Today will positively be your last 0. & S. TRANSFER CO. No. 1. 3 acres of good land, im
return again next winter. I Unity Circle will meet Wednesda. to register.PAINTING. proved. 6-roost house (plastered),

Among those going down to St. April 15th, at 3:30 o'clock, in Unit;y TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY just over city fine. Sale price $1,100

t Cloud yesterday to attend the state! Chapel. Program in charge of Mrs;. AND PAPER HANG cash; or time payments $1,200, $500;

encampment of the G. A. R. veterans: Laubach. Subject, "Monticello, tin e ING WANTED-Stenographic work by c cash and monthly payments of $15

were Dr. Julius King, S. R. HudsonC. Home of Thomas Jefferson." All in 1- job, day or permanent. Best refer per month.

Holt, P. E. Palen, D. S. Decker, P terested invited to come. During the summer I will do painting ences.4.15-3t Experienced. Phone 403. / I No. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles oat, unim
and paper hanging at $2.50 a day.
Norcross.. Callis and John Sorg. I All work done in the best of work proved; good orange land; $25 per

I Eat what you want. manship, also all kinds of floor fin The Panama Hat Ian is in town. acre, cash.
Take the Seaboard sleeper to Jacksonville. : Eat all you want. ishings and nude decorations. Drop a No. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber,
Leave 8:30 p. m. and arriv 1 Take a postscript and forget it. postal and I do the rest. Address G. C. Opening of Piano Studio April 15th. 5 miles out on proposed brick high-
; For sale by all durggists. SHULTZ Box. 385, Orlando, Fla.
in Jacksonville 6:45 a. m. 4-14-tJ f 414Gtvk.. For particulars address Mac Tall- way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared.
l-7-d&w-ly l'
man Care Grand Theater, or Phone
This can be bought for $20 per acre,
No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m.
431m. the same as some are asking $75 to
$150 for. Owner is North and wants :

Eat what you want money.
Eat all you want. SI No. 4. 2 homesteads for sale cheap.If .

The Lucerne Today"The Take For sale a postscript by all druggists.and forget it. I\\1 ; you are interested get particulars.

l-7-d&w.lyr No. 5. I also have the cheapest
SN1 URpiSSING.t 3-4 acre lot, with 3-room house in the

Rubber Stamps made to order a city of Orlando. in a white section.
Warman's Repair Shop. 125tf. Price $315.

Play's the Thing," a two reel Domino. A PAINT If you want any property, city or

country want to rent, have
; or property

"Scientist's Doll," a one feel Thanhouser. Good Wood $1.50 FOR PURPOSE EVERY service.to sell or rent, see me for good '

"Honor oi the Tribe," a one reel Bison. Better Wood $2 and $2.25 ((4 CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND

"Fresh Freshman," a one reel Apollo. Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 BUSINESS EXCHANGE J

"What the Burglar Got," and "The Wild Man From Borneo This won't last long, 19 W. Church St. Phone 398.A j j jj j

," a one reel Komic. Stock up while, you can.

Thursday---"The Bridge that Failed," a most wonderful Orlando Wood Yard I t

three reel Eclectic, full ot thrills and heart i interest. 104 W. Pine St. A. L. BECK LUMBER CO. Hours, 10.12 DR. ,J.3.5 C, and.HOWELL by appointment 1-

B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor Kiln Dried Lumber and Build. No extra charge for house treatment

I ing Material. Telephone connections j\j

Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. Office cor. Orange and Central Ares. ,

Balcony: 5 Cents WOOD, COAL AND ICE I Buy your g&rden seed from DeLaney
Flowers & Abernethy. Just received a
i Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf

Continuous show from 2 to t ROSES, VIOLECARNATIONS Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-3l-tf I
: p. m lOgp. m.illlHfMIMIIIIIIIMiiMMMIMmillliilllll'IMtlMIMHIM. I Sentinel want advertising bringsthe

PANSIES, SEED! SEED! SEED! probable buyers to see your prop. ,
Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
POTTED PLANTS 3-13-tf erty.ty .
Abemethy, druggists.
I : I

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ADMINISTER IT FREELY. MAY BEES-AN ESSAY money on real estate at 6 per cent
interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,\ .
By Claude L'Engle Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
When a young man or woman- I

and, really more especially the young Dont't-Get Stung- Notice of Lot Wanted For Sale, F.r 3-25-d&wtf \ ORLANDO O ., W A INGION
man-startes out to make a life for Rent, etc.. for this column. tie for one cis,., FOR RENT
himself he thinks of May .bees are good little in iOc for three days: or ILOO for one week, for
probably more sects %15 words or Ins. Money must accenepany WANTED-Ladies to bring their
L himself than of anybody else. the advertisements fer this columa, is no combings to us. Don't destroy
But they don't fly in June nsertions will be made on credit them. We will
This is perfectly natural, and to a make what you want. ROOM
In the June primary- Come and see our stock ana examineour
certain extent there is no blame at-
FOR SALE work. We invite inspection. If
Don't waste time on May '
tached to it. bees. An elegant modern home; four bed- you havn't the hair we supply it. Our SLEEPING CAR
.' He feels that he must depend upon rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- stock is genuine. We make every-
Some other man be all thing to order. We cash for
may tricity throughout; fruit trees and pay
1 himself. He knows that he has his I i
right for you in Congress; flowers 509 East Central avenue. I combings.We VIA
to make and that his hardest
way 2-15-tf. beg to announce that we have
Some other man be in
:, work ought to come in his youth. may I secured the exclusive agency for the :
If he is wise-and Wisdom line with progressive De- well-known and popular Clow's Knit
even FOR SALE I Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam- ATLANTIC L COAST
mocracy. T LINE E
. is relative-he knows that the basis Some other man be Nursery stock, one, two, three and i ples will be submitted for your inspection -
four old buds Foster !
for success is not so much what the year ; Early,' at your leisure. The goodswe
world calls CHARPNESS as CHAR- able to think for the people Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington handle are the kind that satisfy.
after election, Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle* NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, S03 Garland -
ACTER; and this he tries to build. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
But may be some other manwon't. St. 3-23-1 mo OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
But then he begins to see out
through the windows which were FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house,
I closed to him before. And may be you'll get For rent, three room suite for light garden and farm land, on Conway
stung fooling with him. housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm. clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115.
He sees that no man can live a life You know that Claude L. Coryell, 201 Concord' Ave. west, 3-20-lm-d&w I Tuesifays 1 J aid SltlFOR ByS J

1 all to himself. L'Engle is NOT a may be; Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf -

That all our lives are inextricably You know that he will FOR RENT-Two office spaces in
j mingled and twisted together, whether FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
' think and act for you, unimproved land. See S. S. Come in and we will show you. Pierce RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS
we like to have it so not. and
or Because he is now in Con- Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm Electric Co. 3-29-tf
that each has influence on that of gress doing this very thing. W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.

others. When you can get a sure IIMtilltlMMiitlttflillMlliHMttitinMlltMMMIOne W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone ; :
How much influence and on how
; ;
many others, no mortal can say. Don't risk the best chance R. 649.1
George Wright
Passenger Agent, Orlando.
But if he is a right thinking young ; ;

be fellow, he will want that influence to Claude that ever L'Engle happened., has been i: : Bungalow Left to Sell : 1 1 J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, | |

time-tried and firetested ::0 I >HIMIIMIIiiMMIiMtMIMIMIH

z ; Now, there are innumerable ways to in the fights for the __ _
make it so; but one of the best
people's rights.He M. J. DAETWYLER : '11.I..III.IIGIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIOlllllllllllt ,
possible gifts that you can make your
is the
one sure thing .
life count little for human
a goodness
for you in this race for
and uplft, is a spirit of incur- THE
Congress in the Fourth .. ,..
, able, unbounded, presistent HOPE- District.He Phone 563.I..II&II.I"OI..IOIJIIOI.II..I..I.

is there for one term, '
the first place it will keep your AltamonteJl
Keep him there for another
. c own spirit healthy and your own Vote for Claude L'Engle ,
thinking sound and clear.

'. .i Discouragement and pessimism are Take a chance second FOR SALE-Good upright piano; FOR RENT CHEAP-Four room Jl !i
like deadly mists that gather in un- has been used only three months; house, unfurnished, close in. In-
' drained places. You can't live in will sell at a bargain. Call on Judge quire after 4 p. m. at 207 Palmetto

:-- health in the midst of them, and if 4-7-lw laBar, at 5 W. Livingston avenue. street 4-12-3t, near Presbyterian church._ I Springs Fla I II

they are enveloping in their EARLY RISING -
" ...you Phone 646 for Hudson and Chal-
\: bias you can see neither neaven nor: Now is the time when every nature FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one !! mers livery service. Auto repairing I A beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L R. R.) ; | 1
earth in true perspective.And lover assures us it is doubly acre in bearing orange grove; six a specialty. Roy H. Barnard, 17 Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or- ;.
Hewey street, Orlando, Fla. 4-9-6t chestra, etc. The Altamonte has the mISt beautiful and healthful
cleared of land suitablefor
Y when you think of the man beside worth while to get up at sunrise, says acres ; part location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40 ,
and located
you, there is nothing that you the Pittsburg Press. "During the half gardening mile from city trucking limits on; public acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot- ,
can do for him that will count for winter there is always a temptationto road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., MISCELLANEOUSFirst ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve

so much as to put the light in his lie abed late and dream beneath care Box 431 city. 3-10-tf class ments.Altamonte Orange Spring and Water grapefruit used. Illustrated grove free Booklet.to guests. Only
a Brazing a specialty atWarman's
eye, the spring in his step, the ringin ccmfortaMes \then have
warm -
you SWEET POTATO PLANTS Repair Shop oa Court St

a his, that voice comes and the alone iron in from his backbone fresh any. Where one's the work compels a I will pay $1.00 per thousand for 12-5-tf. I GEORGE E. BATFS & SON, PROPRIETORS !
prompter get-up average man Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato -
3 One hundred and sixty of fine
hope and courage. cannot help feeling it to be a bother plants, from now until June 15th.P. farm land, near Maning acres, North Dakota I SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT YERNOX, N. }I. ;
: Do you ralize that all around :M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla. .. HMIMMMMMMMMHMtemifHtlflMHIHtOlHtSouvenir
r you rather than a blessing; and one is 80 acres under cultivation i in
if you only knew it, men are halt-: daily reminded of the chap, who, sud- good location. Will trade for orange

ing in good ways, they are, givingup denly willed a million, spent his first grove or city property. For full par
FOR SALE-Restaurant business,
ticulars address C. E. Piatt,
;. splendid undertakings, they are days of idleness throwing pillows at consisting of steel range, oil stove, Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw Postal Cards

dying with unfinished yet glorious. the alarm clock. cooking utensils, tables, chairs, and - --
tasks! silverware. Will sell at bargain. Ad FOR the
RENT-By year or month,
"Not so, however, Old Sol
as "
dress H. W. Rhodes. Winter Park
,1 modern
seven room house. Apply L
Why? Just because of the lack ofa crawls close to the vernal' equinox. Fla. 4-9-3t i 217 East Robinson avenue. 4-4-8t You have to buy them whether you wish to ,

little encouragement, a little human The glory of a March sunrise the I ,
SALE-Weight 800
sympathy, a little cheer, a lit- glisten upon the morning frost and 1500 pounds. Prices right. Dr. More help wanted? Room to leer t or not so why not go where you ,can find the '

tle infusion of FRESH HOPE in their the faint, but growing suggestion of Wienenga, Dann's Transfer. 4-9-3t wanted? Advertise in the Sen

veins.Oh. I I coming sap and buds and flowers and FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room tinel Be sure to read the ads. in finest quality and largest assortment? If

its a wonderful ,serum, and"we renewed twitter of birds are real furnished house. Will rent all or today's Sentinel. They bring results.

don't have to be able to write M. D., pleasures which invite the soul. Be- part of it, by the month or year. : we cannot show you twice as many different

after our names to administer it. sides, there is a stimulous about this Apply Mrs. :M. McEwan, 105 Silliman I W. T. ENTRICAN.

BECAUSE THERE IS NEVER getting up with the sun which no street. 4-2-2wks'Offers to Orlando the newest and best styles of Orlando view cards as any other

i ANY DANGER OF GIVING AN other hour of rising quite approaches. FOR SALE-New two-story, five-I of workmanship in the painting and

5 OVERDOSE. It recalls the vim with which, room house, with bath. Modern in! decorating 1-21-lm trade. Phone 636. firm in the city, we will give you cards free
every way. Just off Lucerne Circle.
i as a boy, you used to jump up and Good bargain to prompt buyer
' ELECTRIC SPARKS do 'Jthe chores, bathe you face in Owner, phone 466, city. .I Buy year garden seed from DeLa of charge. Make us prove it.

It takes little thought to be a trou cold water, down your quoto of 4-10-eod-lmo ney & Abernethy. Just received a
ble maker. big shipment of fresh seed. 3.13-I
steaming bacon and eggs and go to FOR SALE-One S. A. Wood's planer I W. S. BRANCH

the tasks of the day with pulses and matcher, 6x24; one Hall & I Why worry about cooking during .
a More and more the thought growsupon leaping and joy singing anthem in Brown double surface planer, No. 45,i the hot weather? Try the twenty-

us that other people need a your heart. 6x30. Address Overstreet Crate Co.,:I five cent meals at the Arcade Restaurant The Arcade Book and Music StareThere's
? memorandum.Not Orlando, Fla. 4-ll-6t 4-10-6t
"Do you doubt what we say? Then
put it to test. Get up, tomorrow, FOR SALE-First class hoisting engine --- -- ----- --- ---- --------- -- ------
I' . .. . ** *
many men are so busy but with the the wire, cables, eta, at half .11111111111111111111111.a..I"IIIIII..e. "lr"III'111111It
what sun, chickens. and the price. J. F. Ange, over People's National +iOO..I..I.I..IIII = . . " .IIPI.ltlfl"I"l ,
they can take time off whenasked
{ four-legged beasts. Walk to work in bank. 4-14-3t
to make a speech. the exhilarating fresh air and sun-

shine. And if it doesn't FOR SALE-Two show cases and ta Show Here
put a new
, ble. Reasonable if sold at once.I a Style
any city or town except zest into the day, the doctors, the Gardner's Needlecraft Shop, 5 North!
ing New York is proud of a play poets and the philosophers-to say Orange avenue. 4-14-2t

wright in their midst. New York is nothing of all old-timers-must beset I

original by feeling sorry for them, down as no longer worthy of cred FOR terms SALE, 8 acres OR of RENT fine land-On in easy city in the Year

r this being the only consistency ence." limits; 5 room house, small barn, Every Day
known of in New York. Grove, 200 bearing trees; a good 12
room house, modern improvements, I
A Beaver Falls
man drank 12 glas
West Central
on avenue. Also
a new .
wy One of the latest acquisitions of a ses of beer in as many strokes of the 7 room house, nicely finished, modern

major league ball club rejoices in clock, then swallowed his watch and 3 improvements. Inquire No. 6 Terry Home makers will 'find a visit through our
the street, city. 4.9 lw
appellation of "Oswald. Butwho chain. Such a man as that had no -

. ever heard of a' .300 hitter witha business in Beaver Falls-he oughtto FOR SALE big store an interesting treat. We have here the

e.1 name like that-he is doomed. be traveling with a sideshow as a Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week

The sword swallower. ly,Orange no interest.grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 most delightful of necessities for the furnishingof

' funny part of it is that a candidate \ acres land, lake front. $1,250.

{ can never see far enough ahead Usually to determine the right or 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- the modern home.
to realize how lando. $10 per acre.
dreadfully disappointed wrong of usual questions it takes an
he be later.* 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando.
r investigation into an investigation $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. i

A. LEWTER. We in high-grade furniture at a i
It took specialize :
$3,000 for New York to Happy is the man who is too busyto l 4-14-d&w-lm

know remove how its to recent spend snow.money But there.they make enemies. Also scarce. WANTED moderate price. We invite you to come in and ;

TO RENT-Eight rooms, bath, hot
= water, electric !lights; with splendid FURNISHED FLAT to rent for sum look over the display.
garden. Low rent to the
fAUlTY DIGESETIOPQuickly right mer; rent very reasonable; good
: party. 308 West street. 4-14-St tenants chief consideration Apply:

( Shatters the Nervous STB FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedrooms R. S. B., this office. 4-10-lw
;I; tern-Immediate Action Neces for light housekeeping i in WANTED good roll top desk. ; PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHT
, sary-Use Mi-o-na. modern home, close in. 312 North Must be a bargain for cash. Address I ;
When you feel irritable, tired and Main street. 4-14-61 "H. care Sentinel113t
despondent;' when you have nervous FOR SALE OR TRADE

twitchings, specks before the eyes, Two high grade young Jerseys and WANTED-Unfurnished house, 7 or
headaches, sour stomach, heartburn, one native milch cow; free milkers more rooms, close in. Phone 634. I f
bad taste in the mouth and pains in and perfectly gentle. 4-10-7t .' <
the colon and bowels-you are suffering One eight old
year horse, work '
from dyspepsia, which in"ariably single WANTED-Position as chauffeur. '
or double; also have a good
wrecks the nervous system-you five year old horse that works extra Will give references. Address 522 Kincaid & Snowden
need Mi-o-na at once. good under the saddle. not afraid of W. Church street. 4-ll-3t :
Mi-o-na goes to the seat of your train or auto.
trouble and WANTED-Position as cook and
quickly ends stomach One light, two-horse wagon, har
misery. It urely and safely buildsup laundress, or general housework.
and strengthens the stomach wall ness.One light top buggy and harness, Address 522 W. Church street.
and glands, quickly' improves the digestive good as new. 4-ll-3t ORlANDO'SlllOW PRICE IfURNITURf HOUSE
system-the xital force and Will sell at a bargain for cash or
nerve restored then first class security. Will WANTED-Position as cook or to do
energy are you trade for housework.
enjoy perfect health. anything of equal value. general Address "Eng

Do not suffer another day. Get _'; W. H. GRAESER, lishcare Sentinel 4-10-31 Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

fifty cent box of Miona Tablets from 4-10-lw Formosa Postoffice WANTED-Two at business .
young men
McElroy/s Pharmacy This treatment SEED! SEED! SEED! college to work out part of
will help you get well and im Garden and field seed. DeLaney & tuition. Orlando Business College.
mediate relief is guaranteed. Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-fc 4-14-St


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Inquire at office tor low weekly and monthly rates for the .
$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
summer.J. .

B. MAGRUDER, Prop. Orlando, Fla.
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Just Bargains Ii
Many a woman who can drive a bard -
We Will Put the Reinsof
gain can't drive a naiL I THE MARKET: H
1' Married men, according to Gener- : That's All
al Miles, are better fighters than Success in Your I

I, bachelors. Experience scores again. $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruit : Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
Vienna has a law which compels Hands and orange trees. 120 are :
policemen to understand rowing, tel : large seedlings and the balanceare I
egraphy'and swimming.Guns from one to three year old : AND SALT MEATS

that .are loaded sometimesare : How? By furnishing you with I buds. Near city.$3,250.Choice FISH AND GAME
fired accidentally, but men who I home in city; 8
are loaded are often fired purpose- : a perfect Fertilizer. Let our represents- rooms, large lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

ly.It is said that the next Nebraska !: tive call on you. He will give you a : East$2,400.-Good Side. .Close 7-room in, only house five, Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

legislature will be asked to enact a :; formula that will make and mature : .minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.
l law barring from future competitionany of choice lots and a num-
contractor who "skimps" on pub- : your fruit : ber of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

lic work contracts. II II and grove propositions. We have everything in the Meat Line.
China has been hard hit by the in- for rent several furnished bun
creased cost of living. The price of I galows and flats close in. Some
rice has jumped 54 per cent since : by the year and others 'till the i The PARLOR MARKET

more 1911. to due the partly destruction to the of famine crops dur-and The S0htlieI rn ll r el rtili ll lzelt 11 Co. make winter your season wants begins.known.Call and

ing the fighting of the Yantze. H. M. Self & Co.
American trade relations with Chili ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA :
have made great progess since 1908 Cooper Atha PINE STREET
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next July, because of the refusal of & ,
foreign born miners to remain in any
locality where liqour cannot be se

cured.A W. M. SLEMONS
radical measure introduced in the
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all bottled beer, whisky, and other Just arrived car load ,
liquors shall be labelled conspicuously -
in red: "This preparation con- FORDS for immediate -

habit-, delivery.Get New Goods Arriving Daily

skull and crossbones must be on the
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Taft, Fla., April 13, 1914. Phone 226 We sell high grade Men's Clothing I Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. ;
Heartfelt thanks are hereby ten-
dered to Revs. Ash and Murphy, who i made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. f "King Quality" Shoes.

officiated at the funeral of my sister, Boys Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott Table Linen and Towels. ;
Lucy M. and to II
Holly members.ofthe u 1 .
choir who furnished music; also H Pants and Overalls made by Sweet. Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
for conveyances to the cemetery, con-
& Co Best place in the to.
city trade.
tributions of flowers, aid and sym-
pathy afforded.. 4 I'



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Orlando _______________ 3:13'pm - -- ---- '---
Ar Jacksonville -__________ 7:30 pm ;'mt .t;;WW 1
lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.1. 9:00 pm -- -- + W.ttttHf
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm 1 1muumw..u
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Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am tYiil i I
Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am U
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am I SOUTh ATLANTIC LIMITED 44(4 a ,
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 am "')4t.. H i'
Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p 'I.
Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 I I Dixie Dixie
Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm .Lv Orlando, A. Co 1..1Z:31 am 3:13 pm I v Orl&ndo. ........................ 3:13 pmr AIn ;
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pmAr Jacksonville A. Co I.... 6:45am t:30pm r Jacksonvllle ..................... 't:30pm
Cairo, Ill., I. C.______-_11:07 pm v Jacksonville A. Co L... 9:35am 8:25 pm y Jacksonville A. C. 1. ........... 8:15pm the Summer Time. Hot water is one of the most
Ar Carbondale, III, L C.12:13 I y Wayeross A. C. L..ll:50am 1025 pm v Waycross A. C. L ..............10:20pmr essential features comfortable home. This is
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Macon G. S. &; F....... 5:13 pm 4:15 am r :Macon G. S. i; F. 3:46 amr ho home
Ar St Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am Atlanta Co of Ga....... 8:03 pm 1:25 am r Atlanta C. of Ca .....,........ '1:1%am emphasized most strongly the Summer time because ,fioptpi 1
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Ar Centralia, III, I. C._____ 1:38 am r Chattanooga W. A..12:18 am 11:55am r Coxv&; : ; ; ................ 3:1hm you don't want to heat the kitchen up by one
Ar Matoon, 111., I. C______ 3:30 Nasbille. N. C. &: St. 1. 4:50am 4:30pm r Louisville I. &; N. .............. 9: Opm
L ............ keeping fire all in the Consequently i
Indianapolis. I. a day
Ar' Champaign, Ill., I. C.___ 4:29 am Ar St. Louis. L Co&: 1.&:N. %:5Om 'I:20 am r a. 1:50am range.
f Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am Ar Lexington L &: N. ............ 6:50 pm most homes have to without it all Summer and n,1 '
_______ Ar Hopltinsriile, 1. &: N........... 6:27 pm Ar Cincinanti, L &: N. _............ 8:50 pm go
t Ar Chicago, III, I. C 7:50 amt Az Evanaville 1. N..... 9:28am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo C. R. Ii L ..........12:20pm have it only in limited quantity in the Winter. 1J1 t\ J
Solid Through Trains-Composed of Ar Terre Haute. C. &: E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am r Grand Rapids G. R. Ii L ....... %:45 pmAr J \
observation, compartment, drawingroom Chicago, Co &: E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 1:15am "GET A RUUD" ,
: section, sleeping cars, and fee
f: reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED and have of steaming hot water time
J Solid train composed of section drawing- you \
and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand Solid train composed of electric lighted !
St. Louis. All meals in dining can room and sleeping dining cars car, between observation Jacksonville compartment and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches you want it and at a very small cost by simply
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and turning on the faucet. J'
car.For ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville Louisville oJ
f kets and Pullman car reservations and Indianapolis;
all en DIXIE FLYER 'through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
W. R. O'NEAL City Ticket Agent, Solid train. carrying electric lighted eomartm Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear between ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANYGas i
'nt, observation sleepers and electlic
or Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, ighted lass coaches section and drawing-room smoking car.sleepers.Dining First ear Thursdays of each week. Dining car Department 1 1l
Atlantic Coast Line, ewes meals a Ia Bark service between Atlanta and Cincinnati

f T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent V i em Mrujtsii :.t
p a 2, Orlando. 3.5-ti Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando

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tickets; use them for purchases. They are the most convenient as well : I I
as the safest kind of"travel money;"your counter-agnature identifies you I .
IJ "A.BA"Cheques supply the urgent need for an International Cur-
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the articles of the contract for the yesterday morning at ten '
erection of the new school building, continued for an hour. Mr. AND
which was let Saturday night to*Ca- Baker, the county agent,
how & Parker, of Tampa. This mat- miles out on the Apopka road
ter consumed more time than was the storm burst, and said
real estate
anticipated, and for that reason the considerable hail in that gowns'A
I board did not take up the bids for the he failed to notice any I
he had ad-
plumbing. heating and electrical work S. J. Sligh, who has more the Sen
in the new building. Another meet- hundred acres in truck, said I I It was
ing will be held this morning at 8:30 vegetables were not damaged. i
to consider these bids. Present at er were the orange trees. The ap
ti the meeting last night besides the was accompanied by a stiff
three members of the school board which for a time was rather Mr. G.prop-W.
and the secretary, Dr. J. F. McKinnon ing, but no damage of any the pur-
were the attorney, Mr. LeRoy was reported. to make
B. Giles, and Mr. E. Cahow, of the has been '
; contracting firm, and Mr.
Henry If
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I your paper Oil com-
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