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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 12, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\ THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

The news of the day in crisp and readabre style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.
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L! VOLUME TWO. a ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1914. :NUMBER 53.

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ING ELDER IN THE FOR THE REBELS ,

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EVENING Girl Who --
Society Disappeared Mysteriously .

-. Three Years Ago Was f[EDERALS ARE IN A COMBINED ATTACK

r.: SPECIAl SBNICS[S 1N AlLTHE CHURCHES[ Victim of Love Affair

}AVL: : BEEN REINFORCING
Pittsburg, April 11.-The mystery LARGE FORCE
AND VILLA
c,: FLORAL DECORATIONS AND surrounding .the' disappearance of
MAY BE
: TRAINED CHOIRS WILL FEA- Miss Dorothy Arnold, the beautiful ATTACKED

TURE MANY BEAUTIFUL Nets York heiress,is believed by District FRONT AND REAR

t SERVICES IN ORLANDO ,Attorney R. H. Jackson and the ,.
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kcal police fo: have been cleared up Washington, April j
HOUSES OF WORSHIP H.-Special.( ) ;
i by the alleged confession late yesterday -Secretary Bryan announced today J
I of Dr. C. C.. Meredith, a prominent that "conditions at Torreon are reported J
eL: In Orlando churches this Easter Pittsburg physician. According to the state department to be '
:+ day will be marked by especially impressive -! to the physician :\Miss Arnold came chaotic." J

I services, with unusually to this city shortly after her disappearance The secretary says this refers to y ythe

large congregations, though here the F 1 (yLAT iytlC' YLec'd PL' & 4 a-T' .. > and died in a maternity hos- suburbs and
titlt 't1, # x X r'yr "a V! *:R N especially to San '1
t many tourists who have increased utal in Bellevue, a suburb of Pitts- 'edroshere the battle is in progress

.;{ the regular attendance through recent -: Architect's drawing of the proposed ner of Main and Pine streets will be there today by the pastor, Rev. Dr. burg, and her body was cremated in Between the federals and rebels, the 'j

weeks have now departed. First Baptist church, Orlando, Fla.,.I demolished the latter part of May to Edw. T. Poulson. It will be the last the cellar of that institution.Dr. former being under command of General -

Today will bring, a special joy to to be completed early in '1915. Build-I make way for the new edifice. The revival to be held in that building. Meredith, it is alleged. conducted Velasco. Velasco has succeeded 3

( the large Methodist congregation, in ing will begin early in June. The I lumber in the old church will be sold l ,The architect is Mr. J. E. Greene, the maternity home, also in making a junction with Genera! ;

j4 having their opening service in their church which now stands at the cor-I at a sacrifice. Revival services beginF of'Birmingham, Ala. known as the "house of mystery," Maas and General Demoure, and is j

if- handsome new church, the Grand the I was put under the "third degree" attacking the Villa forces at San 1
ater having been kindly' loaned for early today by the police, who declare Pedro with combined columns. The
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{ their 'Sundays during the CITY WILL ADVERTISE that he also can clear up the mystery usual
use on fOR BIDS conflicting reports are coming
months which have elapsed since the GOFFDENIES F GUNMEN NfW T TRIAL surrounding the disappearance of at to Washington as to the result. :i

former church was pulled down to ON STREET PAVING least a score of other women and The rebel headquarters here scoff

make place for the present substan- girls. He is held on the technical at, the idea of a federal victory, but 3

tial and convenient structure. A number i charge of performing an operationand the; Mexican embassy believes, as
t of workers were busily attending' fSESSION[ OFMANY HOURSTEARS S sl City Engineer Ramsey Given Author- larceny. stated some nights ago, that Villa's
Dr. H. E. Lutz also under arrestas
.. to "last things" yesterday both with-i ity to Draw Up Specificationsfor strength is overestimated and the 1
in and without this church,, that itj! r the Work the result of the raid on the federals had regained control.
t be in readiness for use today. house of mystery," was severely
Army officers that
suspect Villa
STREAK CHEEKS OF MISS GERTRUDE[ f ELSE[ SELLS[ grilled again this morning.The .
The interior has the main audito- ; has walked into a trap set for him by 1
, The city commissioners real value of Dr. Lutz to Dis-
rium, with its seating capacity for AGED JUSTICE WHEN HE yesterdaygave Huerta. It is known to the army and
connected VALUABLE NOME AND GROVE Engineer G. R. Ramsey authority trict Attorney Jackson is that he
': f 50. persons, so with the also the state department that Huertahas ,
.'\ READS DECISION to'- raw specifications for the forms the link that connects Dr. Mer
large Sunday school room adjoining, 3,000 troops in the northwest and
t street paving which is edith with the Dor-
to be done disappearance of
under j
that the whole can be used together'if that he has been quietly reinforcinghis
)>Ir. Bryan of East Coast Purchases the bond issue recently sold. othy Arnold.
needed, thus adding seats for 500( troops on the border. .
others. From the main Sunday school I HERS HEAR[ OF NEWS IN SILENCE[ Place and Will Make,Many I While the bond issue was_for $100- The solution of the Arnold rays- The object of this is to cause Villa ,
000 the amount of to be tery, which stirred the world three
money ex-
{' room, a number of class rooms open Improvements to fall back to the border and to J
I pended will be double that figure, years ago, was made possible when
f' part of these being on the second i abandon Torreon to escape front and
ALL SIGN PETITION TO GOVER- the property owners' share of tie the detectives raided the hospital in
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floor, where also is the large room for 1 Miss Gertrude rear attacks.
Else has sold her
NOR FOR, REPRIEVE UNTIL paving to be equal to the amount ex search for a Pittsburg woman who
class. One of the special
the Baraca
the AFTER BECKER TRIAL beautiful home and grove, two miles pended by the city. had dsappeared from her home. Th j
class rooms 1s.fitted up for primary -

awaiting grade.their with occupants.The rows, of. tiny chairs EXCEPT DAGO FRANK Mr.east of Bryan town, from on Lake one Underhill of the East to a into The a commissioners contract for the have purchase entere o f woman fice in the was Penn traced building to Dr., and Lutz's then of tc MANY CUB[ TO BE iD[ IN

Coast counties. five million brick at a cost of Dr. Meredith's "house of mystery"
$136
SAN J JUAN DURING S SUMMER
large guild room, where various New York, April ll.-SpeciaL-( ) Minute particulars of the sale could 250, which will leave approximately Dr. Lutz says she is dead and that
meetings can be held, and the The four gunmen have lost their last not be learned last night, but it is $64,000 for the work. Dr. Meredith burned her body. Following -
kitchen
back
conveniently arranged fight. suspected that the Mr. Bryan referredto this admission Dr. Meredith
In for bids the
advertising commissioners
n Cafe and
Quick Lunch to Be Provided
\ of it, are very welcome additions in Justice Goff denied the is Gad of Palm Beach
,oJ tonight mo- Bryan, ; will reserve the right to was put through the "third degree'
reject -
the general church work, as is the tion for a raw trial based on newly county. He will settle a nephew. who any and all bids, which while i t and it was then that he made the and. Several Other Addi

comfortable study for the pastor'suse. discovered evidence. was recently married, on the place, is customary has an added significance startling confession regarding Dorothy tions Made
,
Another rc/om provides space The execution set for 5:45 Monday and will make a number of improve- in this case. Unless the bid Arnold.

for the Sunday school library. morning can now be halted only by ments.! Its understood that the received are considered by the commissioners A score of detectives went to the Many changes and improvements

The electric chandeliers are chieflyof Gov. Glynn, and it is extremely doubtful price paid was $10,000. to be as low as the city "death house," an old mansion on .1 will be made in the San Juan hotel

the inverted lights, these being if he will reverse the firm stand The place contains twentytwoacres can do the work with its own force bluff above the Ohio river, just west during the summer and by the opening -

used with excellent effect throughoutthe I he has already taken. seven of which are! in grove. no contract will be let. of the Bellevue railroad station, early of the next season the house will
main portion of the building, but I Attorneys Waehle and Krinkle, The purchaser will add to the grove today and began a systematic search have been so changed that it will be
each room is well lighted. The heating counsel for the slayers, will go to Al- acreage, and will do much calculatedto SECRETARY BRYAN WILL GO TO of the place. Every mysterious nook difficult to recognize it.
plant consists of two furnaces,: bany again tomorrow to make a last make it one of the most attractive MIAMI FOR REST was examined and the cellar dug u p The first of the additions began
while in the guild room and in the:! appeal to the governor for a reprieve places in Orange county. in the hope of finding evidence of the< yesterday, when preparations were

study are comfortable fireplaces, until after the Becker trial.' .Miss Else will move into town to Washington, April 11. Secretary disappearance of women of this and< started for the construction of sample -
which are not likely to be, put in user : Justice Goff came from his chambers other cities. The detectives found a
I live, and is now looking for a loca- and Mrs. Bryan are planning to leave rooms and a laundry in the hotel
for a long time, but will give con-! at 9:30 tonight ,and personally cremation furnace in the basement, a the
I tion. She formerly had charge of Washington for an indefinite stay i in yard, to rear of the main build-
venient heat when the furnace is not announced his decision to the quicklime pit and a large number o f
gun- the telephone exchange in Orlando, their winter place at Miami, Fla. Mr }ing. This structure will be of rein-
required. men's counsel and a group of thirty and has a host of friends here who Bryan since his recent.illness, is still 1 surgical ,instruments many of which; forced concrete, and the dimensionswill
The interior woodwork is of the buried in the
were ground.
reporters.The will give her welcome to the weak be 105x30.
a warm I and has been advised to .
Flemish oak finish and is very at- gray haired ,justice, who is a city. south for a complete rest. g Francis A. Arnold, the girl's fathe, The corner of the hotel now occupied T

tractive; the numerous windowssome sick. man, had sat continuously for branded the report from Pittsburg a s by the barber shop and real estate -
seventy in all-are of art glass six hours hearing the evidence and !"ridiculous." office will be torn out and con-

in the main portion of the building, the plea for a new trial. He took SAM G GRIFf IN MAKES[ ANOTHER TAMPA f IRIV'SECURE[ f CON1RA I verted into a cafe. That part of the
and of Florentine glass in the Sunday .I four: hours for .deliberation and tie BURNS WITHHOLDS REPORT OX dining room which now fronts on

t school room. prepared his, decision which finally BIG I REAL ESTATE DEAL fOR NEW SCHOOL S HOUSE FRANK CASE Orange avenue will be occupied by a
Bishop Morrison is to preach at the
doomed the men he had sentenced tb Atlanta, Ga., April H.Additionaldevelopments quick lunch counter, which will be
morning service and the' presiding death more than.sixteen months ago. in the Phagan murder r open from 6 in the morning until
't elder, Rev. J. D. Sibert, in the even Attorney Waehle thanked him invoice case make it strongly probable that
Dr. Julius King Purchases Half In- Out of Many Bidders Cahow & Parke midnight, and the barber shop will
ing. The special Easter offering i is broken with emotion and tears terest in Tract Lying Detective W. J. Burns, who alreadyhas have place somewhere in this vicinity,
on Were Chosen to Do
for benevolent purposes. rolled down the judge's cheeks. been investigating the mystery while the remaining space near the
:/ :; Services for Knights Templar Before leaving the building the Osceola Lines the Work more than three weeks, will delay his lobby will be made into private din-

--i At the Baptist Church judge was asked if lie would I report a week or possibly longer.If ing and banquet rooms. There will

At the Baptist church, special floral public the contents
.t decorations, special music and a1 note he received on tie bench duringthe Mr. S. S. Griffin a half interestin school board last night awarded the will not come until after the extraordinary lobby and the main portion of the dining -

; sermon on the "First Easter. by the II afternoon. He refused, but said four hundred acres of land lying contract for erecting the new school motion for a new trial is room Completing an arcade effects

is pastor, will mark the day, and in the I he would make it public later. near the vOsceola county line, which building to Cahow & Parker, o:f filed with Judge Hill by the lawyers calculated to be most attractive. 1
t; evening will be held the first of a he and Mr. Griffin will jointly im Tampa. for Leo Frank. The motion will 1 be In addition to all this a dozen or

P' series of revival services which will I I Dago Frank Gives Up prove and develop. There were ten bidders for the filed Thursday, April 16. Judge Hill!l more private baths will be installed,

\\t continue through twp weeks. TheM I' Ossining, N. Y., April .-(Spe- One of the first moves in this direction work, but the successful bidders entered at that time is expected to grant a and telephones will be placed in every

children of this Sunday school will 1 cial.)-Warden Clancy at 10 o'clock will be to drive a well, fence a bid at a figure slightly under stay of execution, superseding the room. It is expected that the work

? make a special offering for missions.Bishop .I tonight imparted the news of Justice forty acres and set the tract to citrus $28,000, and secured the contract sentence to hang which set the date will be completed by November 1, and
.
f":. Mann at St. Luke's GofFs refusal of a new trial to the fruit trees. Construction work is to begin in th for April 17. He will then set a that the cost will be in the neighborhood -
',' f The Easter theme will be marked date for the hearing the motio
on
gunmen. Mr. Griffin that the future. ,
', says next movewill near as soon as formal preliminaries i of $20,000.
throughout each service at St. Luke's I The condemned men were absolutely be to annex Kissimmee, but in can be arranged and. the I probably some time early in May. Mr. Henry Green will have super-
Cathedral, in hymns and psalms, i in quiet and there was no demonstration any event the other will come first material assembled. vision of the work.THE .

., the Scripture lessons and in other when he finished the message. Dr. King is the gentleman who built The new building is to be a fireproof BASEBALL RESULTS
,: portions of the service aside from the I "Whitey" Lewis sank upon the bed, Virginia Heights and who has don< structure and thoroughly modem South Atlantic League WEATHER

r. sermon. There will also be two Easter I his face in his hands. a good deal of development workin and it is to be equipped with the Augusta 6, Savannah 4. Florida: : Local rains Sunday, except -

,1 solos by Mrs. Nutter. Bishop t A final plea for mercy was drawnup this section. He is a stockholder ito in latest sanitary provisions and fund Jacksonville 3, Macon 1. fair in extreme south; colder in

1 Mann will preach in the morning, and and sent the governor late the Lakeview Heights company.Mr. Columbia 4, Charleston= 1. northwest portion. Monday, fair in .

.:. will give the address at the children's night. The gunmen ask the govern Griffin still owns a ,six hundred ture.There were many bids, entered for Columbus 3, Albany 0. northwest; local rains and cooler in .i
:: Easter service in the afternoon, nor to reprieve them until after the I acre tract west of Gotha an d the heating, plumbing and electrical east and south portions. 9''

the Sunday school offering, for mis Becker trial, at which time the truth south of Winter Garden, most 'o:f work, but the board deferred actionon J. E. Bettler, of Rockledge, recently! it!

? sions, prepared through Lent, will be will come out. All signed except"Dago I which is wooded with virgin timber, them until Tuesday evening at 7 shipped two boxes of fancy fruit from More of the 50 cent library edition. '
;, offered. In the evening, Bishop MannContinued Frank," who said he had givenup' and on a part of which is a ten acre o'clock, when a special meeting will his Paradise grove to President Wil There are many titles that will appeal j

: ( on page 8) ope and was ready to die. ] orange grove. be held consider. the bids further son. to you. Curtis & O'Neal ;


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Word comes that St Augustine competent repair men. All our work is ;absolutely

: may have all wires put underground guaranteed. At the Close of Business March 27, 1914
in the business, district as a result'of
'. a move made since the fire. Maxwell "25," $800, Equipped in Orlando RESOURCESLoans

and Discounts .. . .. .. .. .. .. .$375,648.96 '
vote of 19 to 16 the proposition
By a Overdrafts . . . .. .... . . 1,459.31 '
the Hallandale'school
bond
to Stocks and bonds .. .. . .. . .. .. 26,018.33
district for $10-000 defeated.for a new school THE PALMS AUTO CO Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .. 26,437.37

building was ,Cash on hand and in banks II . . II 428,721.62

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decided to install an up-to-date and Deposits March 27, 1914 .. .. .... .. .. 725,427.05
tomato ," the GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" ,
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which he threw in the water to see D. Lockhart, E. G. Duckworth, J. D. Beggs.

z. him swim ashore, and in doing so lost Repairing For Sale t
his balance and fell off the raft him- !
self. He attempted to swim ashore. by PARCEL POST
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Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
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Soles 75C to 850 AND DO ALL KINDS OF
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The mill plant of the Robinson Children's Half Soles,sOc to 7se House 2 doors : Until further notice the steamers Osteopathic Physician OPTICAL REPAIRING
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1 Point, a few miles from Milton, was Heels Repaired, 2c west of Wyom- : 11:80 o'clock a. m. 132 Orange Avenue
destroyed by fire Sunday afternoon. I N. M. TUPPER, Supt.
All work Hotel. Bargain Next door to Bank,
returned in 24 hours. ing : People's .
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The lumber yards were saved. This J. B. CALDER, Agent.
Orders without remittance
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mill had a capacity of about 25,000 C.O. D. We pay Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914. up-stairs. Acute and chronic
feet and was being operated steadily, return postage. diseases treatedTelephone
If want bicycle fixed ina
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lumber for from
supplying export hurry take it to Wannan's Repair 578. DR. L H. RAMSDELL
that port The loss is said to be nearly Shop. 125tf.
; 1 covered by insurance and the plant A. Hanson A. L. Bentley, : OPTOMETRIST
W. T. ENTRICAN,
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THE PLACES OF WORSHIP EASTER SERVICES AT PRESBY- WHO DOES THE WAITING? kind of slave put there to be ordered MIIIIMIIIttlilMlltHMMMItlttliHllliilMIHeM *
TERIAN CHURCH around and abused and found faultwith.

The "Man on the Street" has the One customer made this remark RECITAL.MISS i
t following to say in the Orange County so that several clerks in a cer-
CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Presbyterians are making elaborate Citizen this week: tain store could hear her: '"I think
i these clerks ought to be JULIA BROWN REED Reader
preparations for their Easter "While frequently it can riot be compelled to I
Sunday school will be held at 208 avoided, here are 'clerks' who have wear uniforms so they can be known
E. Church street, at 9:45 o'clock. service. Besides the usual hymns, the habit of making customers waiton as clerks for some of them dress so
etc.; the choir, under the direction of them, instead of waiting on the well they" might be mistaken for cus- "George Eliot's Armg'art"Knowles

CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE Mr. Carr, will sing "All Safe at Last," ustomers. It's only a matter of who tomers. Another said: "Clerks

.. by Hugo Wolf. The members of the does the waiting;; the first named from should the not be allowed. to buy cloth Hall Winter Park
1 same patterns as we do because Florida
Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. method, however, detracts where the ,
choir who have beef
practicing it it is .
on latter very embarrassing to meeta
attracts trade.
Preaching, 3:30 and 7:30
m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday p. after- say it is one of the most beautiful Now I have been a clerk for several materials clerk wearing ours.a dress of the same i Wednesday, April 15,1914

noon, 2:30. compositions they have ever heardor years and worked in a few storesin as Many things not
Bible study, Thursday night, 7:30. sung. At four o'clock in the afternoon Orlando and know it is not the hearing.fit to print We are said scolded about us in our 8115 p.m. ADMISSION 50c,
All are welcome. policy of the clerks to make the customers are found fault
the members of Olivette Com- with, criticized, but we are always on I iMiMtliilllilMMHHIIMHIiiQItMlttHMaiMMI "
wait them but there
upon are __ ____ _
the and _
mandery, Knights some job ever ready to show and
Templar will that
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE people are so importantand sell goods, and never make or I, tlHIMMilMMMMMMMIItMIHIIMM*'. . ..
expect
march to the church in full uniform, impatient that when they come I
customers
to wait upon us, as that isI
Service at 11 a. m. Sunday; sub for their usual Easter service. At into a store they expect a clerk to not what we are hired for. We have.

ject, "Are Sin, Disease and Death this service the choir of ta:enty.fivevoices stop waiting upon those that are many customers that are a pleasure
there before them and give then
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special -
Real?
will render Geibel's to meet for they give us a pleasant Sp11lle illill r rOur
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. sacred can attention at once,or they get mad word and a smile and
Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45. tata, "Light Out of Darkness." The things and go about out of the the store muttering of wait until we can get.are through willing with to
incompetency
Armory building. music will include solos the
customer
by Miss Gil- clerks.: They often know more than' ahead of them. They
# "-- *- christ, Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr, the clerks about what is in the store I are messengers of sunshine and ar { 4
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL MI rs. Willis Marshall Deming, .Mrs. and make themselves so disagreeable an encouragement to every clerk to R3 new line for the Spring
do his best
to wait
James B. Magruder Jr. Mr. that no one cares to wait upon them. upon and please and Summer season of 1911 is
Services today (Easter Even) at Forrest Some people forget that clerks them. It is a pleasure for us to show
St. Luke's Cathedral will be as follows Dabney Carr, and Mr. Donald Cheney. human. They expect them to spend are goods to such customers and they ; now complete. Never in the history -

S : This is the third annual rendition of hours of valuable time showing them never are found having to wait upon of our business have
The Holy Communion. 7 a. m. themselves. we
this beautiful composition 'in which goods that they never intended to
Morning prayer, 10 a. m. Mr. buy. They expect the clerk to smile ONE OF THE CLERKS.+ :' been able to show such a line of
Evening prayer and baptism, 5 p.m. Carr has acted as conductor,
and look
happy while they find all r '
new and timely goods for Eas-
which fact is proof of its high char- kinds of fault with the goods, the If you have a really desirable houseor

ANTIOCH BAPTIST acter and the thoroughness with clerks and the proprietor of the store. apartment to rent, your Sentinel ter selling. Our line of Dress

which it has been prepared. A They forget that the clerks stand on want ad. will constitute Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery
very good to
There will be sacrament and feet their feet all day and have to be news t .
a pleasing part of the music is the polite anxious Ready-to-'Year goods and
washing at Antioch Primitive Baptist rendition and obliging no matter how tired some people in this city.
church Sunday night, April 12th. The of the beautiful old air, "The they get. They think a clerk is a Get the Sentinel want ad. habit. notions is complete-the styles
public is cordially invited to attend. Bells of Aberduvoy," by the bass and are varied enough to suit
Work on the church is progressing alto the taste of and the in
voices with accompaniment by 11""I'II'IIAIIIIII"IIIIII'I"'I"'I every one, prices are keeping with
nicely. Come out and help a worthy lt.
cause. the pipe organ by Miss Roberta L. every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the

R. A. McCloud, pastor. Branch. Dr. Stagg will deliver a Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from

short sermon to the Knights.The EASTER HATS the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25; per cent i

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH cheaper than the regular prices.

t We will appreciate be more than pleased to show
Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D. pastor. Tallahassee Drug company
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.;W. R. was visited by a fire a few nights ago you our line if you will call on us.
O'Neal, superintendent.
Services at 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. and all of the stock with the.fixtures Special Reduction r

Morning sermon; "Light. were practically destroyed. The loss ItI

Afternoon, Knight Templars.Easter will amount to about seven thousand

service.Christian Endeavor, 6:30p. m.- dollars, with very little insurance._ On all Pattern Hats from April 4th to I m NeW York ar ain tore
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p.Prayer m.Special. meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 April. llth.USSES.
"Looking for position"
music. Seats free. a through ti ti MI ii 11111110111 mncmtiiMtHimmmtORLANDO
Sentinel straightforward, frank and
and visitors ,

t welcomed Strangers to all services! specially businesslike is capacity giving an Sentinel in example advance.want of'your advertising business -- HAMILTON & DUNN i 'II'lltll"'III'II'IIIICII"OI"'III'IIIIIII"II',

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( the New Church) Agents for
', Sunday school, 9:50 a. m.; C. E. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR Barclay CorsetsMcCall's ii

Howard, superintendent.
Preaching by Bishop H. C. Morri REPRESENTATIVEI Patterns I
son. 11 a. m.
Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N. hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county, subject for Kepesentative to- UMMHUMMIMmiMMIMiamtMMtllllMIIOIMMHammond
Burden, president t I the action of the Democratic primary to beD
Preaching by Presiding Elder J. : held June 2nd.
Sibert 7:30 J. H. REESE. _. .
p. m. --=
Good music morning and evening.A FOR REPRESENTATIVE r r"
cordial welcome to everybody.
Musie at Morning Service I hereby announce my candidacy for Rep Water & Light Co.

wake, Thou That Steepest" ____ resentative action of from the Orange Democratic county primary subject to be tothe & Gore : ;

_.____________________ B. Jackson 64 June 2nd.
"By the Thorny Way of Sorrow"__ S. S. GRIFFIN. .
________________ P. A. Schnecker FUNERAL DIRECTORS .
FOR REPRESENTATIVE AND
(Solos by Mr. Curry and Miss Eliza EHIJAIMERS.
Yielding to what appears to be the de-
Wright) sire of leading citizens: in almost every pre "- Electricity
Music at Evening,Service inct of Orange county that one of the can REAL VALUES .
dilates to be nominated for Representative LOW PRICES
Thou Light Divine"-----
.Appear, in the primary election of June 2nd should
__________________ C. P. Morrison be from the country precincts I hereby alounce COMPARE
(Gloria sung by Mr. Curry) myself a candidate.A.
Mrs. T. H. Thompson will sing one B. NEWTON. ; Gas Water Ice

of the her service.beautiful solos at the close of EMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OUR FURNITURE.

I hereby announce myself as a candidate I
CATHOLIC CHURCH for re-election to the office of Member of We provide the
Board of Public Instruction, Orange County, quality furniture that has long
Office No. 18 West Central Ave.
Easter Sunday feast in memory of from District No. 3, subject to the comings been accepted by knowing furniture, buyers as the :---

the resurrection of our Lord primary., Very respectfully WM. EDWARDS., standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

Christ from the dead. Zellwood, Fla. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
Low mass, 7 a. m.
High mass and sermon, 10 a. m. FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

Rosary, sermon and Benediction of I hereby announce myself as a candidate this business, and that means much to any buyer. No. 6
for re-election to the office of Supervisor of Telephone 1
the Blessed Sacrament
7:30
p. m. Registration for Orange County, subject to
Subject of sermon at high mass, tie Democratic primary to be held June 2nd
i "Is Christianity Built on a Lie?" 1914. McMLL & DAVIS BLOCK .
of "Eas- FRANK H. WILLIAMS. ,
Subject .sermon at night

; 'ter, the" Birthday of the Catholic FOR SHERIFFI B Cor.y Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando Fla. H I
Church. hereby'anllounce myself as a candidate
Music at high mass: for Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the J

Vidi Aquam _______..._____ Gregorian Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. ,
FRANK GORDON.
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Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus. FOR SHERIFFI .111111111111111111111111111111111'1..11..1111111111
Benedictus and Agnus Dei (fro -
Rosewig's Mass in F). I announce myself as a candidate for the
Offertory-Regina Cori ____ Werner office of Sheriff of Orange County, Florida,' . ,1,1"111",1',1.,11,111111,1,1,1,1.1 .
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a
Music at Benediction
: native of Orange county. In asking the votes
Regina Cori ______________- Wernero of my fellow citizens I pledge myself to dis-
Salutaris Holden charge the duties of the office without fearor !
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Tantum Ergo ___________ Gregorian favor to any man for the upholding of the ; i ii
Laudate ________________ GregorianMr. Jaws order and in the the county.preservation of peace and good THE FREE SEWING MACHINE

t 0 Salutaris.. Cestia Lawton. will sing the FOR COUNTY WILLIAM COMMISSIONER H. DOUGLASS.

All welcome to all services. I am a candidate for the office of County .
Commissioner of Orange county from
District 2. If elected I promise to serve the
} t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. people to the best of my ability, having resided
here a number of years, I am qualified ,
Dr. Edw. T. Poulson D. D.
to know the needs of the section and 1

pastor.Mr.. .Samuel A. Newell, superintendent the people. Respectfully WE WANT EVERY WOMAN IN THIS CITY AND VICINITY TO BECOME 1

of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. Apopka Fla. A. C. STARBIRD THOROUGHLY ACQUAINTED WITH THE FREE SEWING MACHINE, THE
W. Phillips director of the choir Mr.
William S. Branch, Jr., organist.; J hereby FOR announce COMMISSIONER n-yrelf a candidate for: MOST BEAUTIFUL AND most highly improved sewing machine in the world. ,

Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Classesfor re-election as Commissioner from District No. For this purpose, we have designated a day to be called FREE day on which date
all ages and teachers with well 3,, Orange county, Florida, subject to the I
prepared lessons. Ask about the June action 2nd of.,the 1914.Democratic primary to be held "V : w .' our store will be turned over to an expert from the FREE Sewing machine factory ', P

Baraca and Philathea classes for the J. L DILLARD. Q who, invites,every woman to attend. ,
young men and young ladies. FOR COMMISSIONER
Worship in the auditorium at 10:45 I hereby announce myself a candidate forreelection i x I
a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pastorin as County Commissioner from SATURDAY, APRIL 18th, AT 3 O'CLOCK, THE FREE ,
charge. District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to r

Morning" subject, "The First Easter support the action will of be the greatly primary appreciated.of June 2nd. Your F. s SEWING MACHINE TO BE GIVEN AWAY ez ,

Morning. M. 0. OVERSTREET. i

1 rection.Subject" for evening, "Man's Resur I hereby FOR COUNTY announce myself COMMISSIONER as a candidatefor w: In order to make it an incentive for you to come and see the FREE at our "

Special music by the choir.B. County Commissioner, Orange County, store will give FREE OF
District Four, subject to the action of the we away CHARGE to one of you who will be in the audience
Y. P-.U. at 6:30 Mr. Eugene
p. m.;
Democratic primary, June 2nd 1914. I will ,
Reid, president. greatly appreciate your support in our store on demonstration day, one of these beautiful and most modern

A very cordial invitation is extended Yours truly sewing machines. i I I
to the public to worship with us. C. j. SWEET.
Pine Castle. Fla.FOR
NOTE.-During the next two weeks Ii
CARD'
' (beginning Sunday night) revival COUNTY COMMISSIONER LOOK FOR YOUR DEMONSTRATION i
I announce myself as a candidate for re
services will be 'progress at this election to the office of County Commission If one of these cards have not been delivered at your home call at the sewing machine department 2nd floor of the
church. The pastor will be assisted er. Orange County, District Five, subject
by a large chorus choir, and other to the decision of the Democratic primary; store and get one. They cost nothing and are valuable to you. You may be the one to receive this handsome The FREE.

personal workers of the congregation. June 2nd. 1914. machine. t !
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4 Respectfully, Sewing iLSISEGSIIL!:
The song service, in which many; E. L. BROWN II
beautiful new hymns will be used, Ft Christmas, Fla.
9 will begin each evening at 7:30 COME TO THIS SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION AT THE BIG STORE, ON APRIL 18th I
FOR TAX
ASSESSOR

o'clock. Everybody welcome. office I hereby of Tax announce Assessor of my Orange candidacy County for, subject the. This will be an unusually interesting event, to every woman,'as you will see in The FREE a sewing machine that

Remember that your home deal called to for the June action tad of 1914.the Democraitc If nominated'an primary runs lighter, sews faster, makes a better stitch, saves timeand material], saves labor hind is superior to any sewing mad -

is here to make every promise good, elected I pledge you my faithful ARTHUR service.BUTT. chine. Come and see why this is so, and, in addition, you may be the one to receive the FREE sewing Machine, which will

and that he can always give you i a be given away I
better stock to select from. It is ;a FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
hereby announce myself a candidate for
characteristic of the American people Treasurer of Orange County. subject to the THE FREE SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. -
r to try to t
get something for nothing, J. H. TUCKER. .
but, the time when they can do this C. HUGH DAVIDS, MGR.
FOR TAX COLLECTORI
has not come as yet. hereby announce myself as a Candida t:
for re-election to the office of Tax Collector
tt of Orange County, subject to the Democrat Yowell-Duckworth Department Store
SEED! SEED! SEED! primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If re- I
Garden and field seed. DeLaney & elected I pledge to you my faithful service ,
as I ban endeavored to give in the past
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South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch) GRANDMOTHERS IX 61-65 valor and of praise. I i

"c{ MORNING AND WEEKLY We heartily agree with Mr. C. E. "The bravest battle that ever was
(The following paper was read by OS[ THIS" 1 INTEREST[ [
fought,
I JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. Howard, of the Citizen, on the ques- Miss Eunice Norris, the ten year old Shall f I tell you where and when? ii i

tion of critical tourists. The .man daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. I. Nor-I On the of the world you will
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida ris. in Little Rock maps .1 i
Ark., be-.
who acknowledges that he has only recently find it not-
Second Caw Mail Matter.
W. u been in the city a few days, and then fore a joint meeting of the Daughtersand I It was fought by the mothers of Hf1f 64+ 1
Sons of Veterans. The Norris,

'S'. DaiJ,. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..............RATES............$5.00 begins to tell us how they do thingsin family is well remembered in Orlando, men.
1 Daily 6 Months ....................... R.b0 Buffalo or Boston-or St. Peters- Mr. Norris having been the popular "And' deep in the women's walled
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1-25 burg and how to do them pastor of the Presbyterian church up You? 1
; : Daily, 1 Month ....................... 50 we ought here.-Ed.) hearts,
hero, is himself open to severe cr<:i- Ladies Of the women who would not yield,
i: Weeklr. 1 Year ....................... 1.00 csm for offering advice nn'f-vs and Gentlemen, Honorable But patiently silently, bore their
4 J Weekly 6 Months .....to..to to:to..... 75 on Judges, and last, but not least, )'ou. part, .
about which he knows nothing. He dear old Confederate Veterans: Lo, there is the battlefield!"
SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1914. is like the fellows who tell the editor No doubt you have all heard the J
how to run the newspaper, or because story of the little girl, who lamented The soldier ever carried in his mind,
I she had no "really truly
of the
as. an inspiration, a picture
UNAVOIDABLY DELAYED.The advise the president' how to run the grandmother," and .on being asked home he was fighting for, and whether 1,000 YARDS SHADOW LACE FLOUNCINGS. WE I
what
nation. she meant by a "really truly that home was a cabin in the hills,
( Sentinel is late this morning grandmother," replied: "Why one or a stately mansion on the river, he POSITIVELY Y HAVE THE NEWEST DESIGNS SHOWN
that
sits by the fire and knits. and
knew it was presided over by a Southern -
if but it couldn't be helped.The force They are having trouble in Tampa tells stories. My grandmother plays FOR THE COMING SEASON
with a lot of poor quality paving golf and is 'president of a suffrageclub. queen.
1' spent a dreary night trying to I brick that ." She may have been his sweetheart, BOUGHT TO SELL AT 33c. AND 23
were shipped to them. We
squeeze'power enough from the Well, I am not that little girl, because young and fair, or his beloved wife, 50c YD.-MONDAY FOR QUICKSELLING C.
would like to see the contractors who. I have or his grayhaired mother, but who- j
a "really truly grand-
I' wires to operate the machinery,! can put over a job of that kind on mother." She lives in Little Rock, ever she was, she was at home, fighting . . . . . .
and at last had to waittuntil day: Commissioner Johnson and Engineer and she fought in the war. Yes, she the battles of the Southland. \
While he was fighting on the field of
force at the electric plant Ramsey, after they get that "rattler"testing did! She fought in the war, and I
on :
came conflict, she was fighting the wolf
f : can hardly wait until school is out to .'
to rectify matters that, had gone machine in operation. go and visit her. from the door. THE SECRET OF

: there and couldn't be repaired I Do you know what we'll do then? She may have witnessed the destruction ,
wrong I Many things; but best of all, when of herahome by fire and pillage -
Hello Greenville S. C. Macon Ga.
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; during the night and her tears with its
I' the day is done, and the baby chickens mingled
Montgomery, Ala., etc. Please tell have been put to bed, Grand- ashes. but her loyalty only increased.
: your citizens who ran away from Orlando mother and I will draw our chairs up She may have given to the Confederacy PERFECT GRACELays
One, two, three more days in which I last week because it was warm, close together, and get real "cumfy," her only son, but placing in his
to register; after that the candidates I and before' and then there'll be stories. hand a Bible, and on his lips a moth-
: got into a snow storm Not fairy stories about witches and er's kiss of love and pride, she bade in Fitted
will begin to get very busy. they got home. that the orange trees: goblins and other creatures of some him God-speed, saying, a correctly-

.- : 0'A are still in bloom down here and the dreamer's fancy; but stories of the "Do thy duty, that is best,

prominent lecturer has just mar- mocking birds are singing among the war-of real people-men and wo Leave unto the Lord the rest. : Corset
men-the bravest and best that the I have heard from Grandmother'sown
:J know aboutI hibiscus blossoms.
didn't
ried. What he
sun ever shown upon. My grand- lips some of the sweetest stories
his job before he will learn now. mother says so, and she knows. Why ever told, of the honor and goodnessof fij (

Senator Cummins, of Iowa, says she scraped lint and made bandages, those women, and all the hardships .. 'l : H,,' ir'' ,
I the Republicans are to blame for the and one day she jumped right on a they underwent. How those who had ky .
k Jacksonville is soon to vote upon a I Yankee soldier who was tearing up been reared in luxury took to the
commission charter. This is an opportunity election of the present Democratic her bed, looking for, money and jew- spinning wheel and loom in a home-
for Jacksonville to show if president Guess you are right, Al- els.Father spun dress, and fought the battles of
I
bert, they are guilty on two counts. and Mother scold me, some- life, against the greatest odds. 1'7 I MT
I she really is progressive.After / 1
times, for being such a rebel and .so r
They were not numerous enough to Through all the years of tears and
o bitter, but I just can't help it, whenI
anguish, the women of the Confederacy -
elect president themselves and
a they '
After the process of rate makingis remember Grandmother! displayed such loyalty and devotion
did not have a candidate strong Volumes have been written about as will immortalize them for-
explained by a rate expert the enough enough to draw votes from the Southern soldiers -deservedly, ever. I don't wonder that the Southern -
reader feels like taking refreshmentof the other parties. too. Far, be it from me to pluck the soldiers would face death or wad
a vigorous kind to ease his mind. smallest jewel from their crown. through blood for a sweet half hour
o When I hear about those Southernmen with one of them. I believe that L
The metropolis of Pinellas county ; how they went out from their after such a visit. they could have
I Leon county dairymen are prepar- makes a fuss about being dubbed "St. homes, untutored and unskilled, and whipped a whole regiment of Yan-
ing to ship milk to the East Coast Pete." We call the boys and men"Pete" in such a short time made the great- kees before breakfast. ,
est, grandest the world has
army ever What did
part our grandmothersplay
The that side
accustomed -
people on are until i.i
they are twenty-five or known-those men who. for four long in the sixties? A noble part!
\
i to getting the milk in the thirty years old, and even later if bloody years, marched bareheadedand They labored, they loved and they .'

f cocoanut they are relatives or near friends. unshod-I am astounded at their suffered. With no protection but

o Evidently the enterprising people wonderful success. their pride, ,their dignity, their un-
They were all heroes-from RobtE.
sullied honor, and their unquestionedvirtue
. Our afternoon contemporary must down the road think they are old Lee to David 0. Dodd-but, in pay- they set such an example of
}. forgive us for not mentioning him enough and large enough to have the ing tribute to the Southern soldiers, saintly devotion, that mankind will

; > among the illustrious. men who were more dignified form of the word used let us not forget their mothers, wives, never forget. JL
and sweethearts for it the
was wo-
born in April We took it for granted when spoken to or spoken about, and -- Their names are written on bannersof H
and their
glory deeds will be remembered -
that everybody knew itt personally we quite agree with them. Falls, South Dakota, arrived in Orlando till the-

o "St Pete" is common, and there is yesterday and will remain a

t Let this Easter day bring you nothing common about St Peters- few days looking over the city and Sun goes down, and the stars grow

peace and hope *and calm content burg. In fact, she is very uncom- vicinity. Mr. Wider has been a busi- cold, Bn'oiiH
And the leaves of the judgment book /
The day is all right; if you don't get mon both in growth and enterprise. ness man of the South Dakota me- unfold."

these things out of it, there's some- tropolis for over a quarter of a cen- CORSETS

thing the matter: with you. We quote the following from an tury. He has faced blizzards with Here's to our Grandmothers! i is

o tIn article on "Easter Etiquette:" "It is the mercury at 40- below and shoveled And let 'em be clumsy, or let 'em

as much as the tango costumes the height of bad taste to allow the twelve and fifteen dollar a ton coal be slim, I

: had mostly been made with arrangements tinkling of profane piano tunesasall into his furnace for seven months in Fair or homely,I care not a feather!

; for a decided slit in the gown, music not sacred is-in a churchgoing .the year. He :says Orlando ,looks Come,the fill up brim-your glasses, clear up to

and the style managers say slits are neighborhood on Easter Sun- good to him and it is not unlikely And let us all toast 'em together!" THE VERY NEW "BON TON" MODELS NOW

not good, its good-bye to something. day." We wish to add that the same that he will find a home here. W. H. EUNICE NORRIS.
BEING DISPLAYED ARE NOTABLE FOR THEIR
f o advice applies to tooting automobile Robertson, Chester :Kennison and W. I:

k A picture of that Kissimmee well horns and "chugging" the cylindersnear S. Branch, all ex-South Dakotans. A wise maid rejects the silly youth PLASTIC AND SUBMISSIVE CONTOURS.

driven by an Orlando man appears the .placs of public worship. will tell him what they know about who is willing to die for her, and THERE IS A PLEASING LIMPNESS OF

l in Saturday's Florida Metropolis. It's, I Florida, and see that he is taken care cleaves to a man who is willing to LINES; A FLOWING LITHE SILHOUETTE THAT

a good advertisement for both. Kis- Will F. Wider and wife, of Sioux I of. earn her living.-Chicago News.
RENDERS ADEQUATE SUPPORT, YET DOES
simmee had the water but it took an
NOT RESTRICT ANY PART OF THE FORM.
Orlando man to go down and get it. .
till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III II..111111111111111111111111.EASTER .
o NAUGHT HAS BEEN OMITTED. IN THE ,

i. New York has had six police commissioners "BON TON" CORSETS THAT CAN IN ANY WAY

t ? in five years.. It is easy EGG DYESAT : CONTRIBUTE MAKE THE FASHION'S FAV-

to see why Mayor Mitchel wanted .
ORIOE AMONG CAREFULLY ATTIRED LADIES
,r Goethals for the job, but it is for like
_' reason difficult to understand why .. -- WHO WOULD AVOID THE MERELY COMMON-

Goethals considered it for even a min PLACE.

ute. o : McELROY'S PHARMACY :. WE STOCK THEM FROM


, It is Governor Glynn's business, of I ...
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course; but it would seem only rea- $25.00A

sonable that a respite be granted the

convicted gunmen until after the sec-

ond trial of Becker. There is something -
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.sinister in the quality of justice

that grants a new trial to the head 36-Inch Linen SpecialGENUINE t

of the system and is deaf to the

pleadings of the tools who did his bid .
IRISH MANUFACTURE-NATURAL
ding. .
COLOR; FINE, EVEN WEAVE-ALL PURE FLAX
o You Invited
IDEAL FOR SUMMER SKIRTS AND
The Atlanta Georgian prints an unusual .. .
, picture in Saturday's edition, DRESSES-ALMOST HALF PRICE 2 3 C
c : to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where

' that of the present governor of Geor- AT YARD .. . . . . .
gia and his wife, and the two pros- a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If,so, we are sure

" pective candidates for governor and you will be interested in our display of the newest and
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their wives all in and in .
one group '
most artistic inCUT .
designs
full dress. It is hardly to be imagined OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT '

that the group was assembled .

after the political developments which GLASS Is a great help to our out-of-town customers,
brought the president of the senate make use of it whenever you can. Samples or infor

and the speaker of the house into the There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets mation cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

limelight as probable antagonists for here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. Write for one of our illustrated mail order cat-

the governorship. The photograph a logues. We invite comparison values.
We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe
promises to become historic in Geor-

gia political annals. more acceptable. i
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picture made over; you'll never get to :" .
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congress with tha tphiz you're print- .> -

ing. Why is it that a candidate will

persist in offering a three dollar cab-

inet edition of himself to the public

instead of appearing in all the manly ...
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vigor and glory of himself as he is?

Hey, political neophytes; remember STORf

t Park Trammell in the day of your
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seeking, and have your picture tuk vans '

early and often, and put your best 'I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

face forward. The people like a can- .
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ing-case your countenance. Be as Oiange Ave. U rlan n nL
_: frank with the dear public as you are

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Yoll I Must t n Eal t Ci J i I 1 ROBINSON' a STARKEY Manager M.I ,of I The Orlando marriage and of F. Miss B. Stoneman.Lillias Shine editor -

.. Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. of the Miami Herald, will be sol-

I Admission 5 cents j .mhized on' Tuesday, April 14, at
noon, in the Cathedral at Orlando. H
-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. DallDGDOIIDGDOIIDGDOIIDGDOIIDIEXDELSSOHX Q Bishop W. Crane Gray will officiate H

t That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con and the ceremony will be a quiet one, "Get It MII t en's"Alligator
CLUB in the presence of only intimate
cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- friends and relatives.Mr. .
L .
gme." Regular rehearsal Tuesday nightat Stoneman will bring his brideto
8 o'clock at the Orlando opera Miami at once and after May 1they BagsYou
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car- house. will be at home to their friendsin

a pleasant residence at the corner
amels, Taffies, etc. You may have those that are left
'ROSALIND :NOTICE of Seventh street and Avenue B. No

FRESH EVERY DAY. formal announcement will be sent at cost. .We do not want to carry

The monthly business meeting of out.Miss
them through the
the Rosalind club will be held on Shine is a sister of R. A. D summer.

Monday afternoon, April 13th, at Shine of this city. She has made
5:30.- many acquaintances during her visitsto SOUVENIR SPOONS
'
BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN[ 2t ELOISE ROBINSON, Sec'y. :Miami and is expected to prove a
-Miami charming acquisition to social circles. Take one home with you. We still

I REGULAR MEETING U. D. C. Metropolis. D have a good assortment left. D

The home of home-made Candies
Vh pure
1IILDREN ENJOY EASTER EGG
The of
regular monthly meeting ABALONE PEARL JEWELRY.
the U. D. C. Annie Coleman Chapter HUNTA

Orange Avenue will be held at the Chapter House
Mounted in Sterling Silver-just the
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A merry time was enjoyed yester-

I full attendance is requested. day afternoon by a crowd of little thing for those few presents, good,
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIMIIHIIIMM Deaconess Parkhill, president; Mrs. folk at the home of )Ir. and Mrs.

E.) LaRue Bliss, secretary. Edward Butt, the small children of but not expensive.Allen .

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tetrick. of the neighborhood gathering there for

I I Worthington, W. Va., who have been JUNIOR AUXILIARY HAVE an exciting Easter egg hunt.A .

I WADE II I I spending the winter here, have goneto LAWN FETEA quantity of gay Easter eggs had El & Co
THE TUNER Clarksburg, W. Va., to attend the been hidden in the yard, for which an 5

ti ORLANDO, FLA. 1 1J I bedside of Mr. Thos. Koon, the fatherof lawn fete will be held at Mrs.Haden's eager search was made, little Lois JEWELERS
J Mrs. Tetrick. home on Wednesday after- Duller proving the most successfuland V

V I I i Dr. and Mrs. T. R. Williams, who noon by the members of the Junior winning a large candy egg as Prompt Repairing.

Mr. S. J. Sligh left last night to ,have been occupying their pretty winter Auxiliary of the Episcopal church. prize.When
spend Sunday at his home in Tampa. I II j home, 402 S. West street, during These small workers are endeavoringto called in to the "party" table Everything Guaranteed.

I ', the season, departed last night for add .to their fund for missionarywork the children were quite ready to
I Mr. H. N. Yowell went to Tampa
i 1: Punxsutawney, Pa. The Sentinel will and should have the interest do justice to the refreshments and
last night to look after business mat-
" keep them posted during their ab- and aid of many friends. I to admire the pretty color scheme of
, terse I I II sence. pink and white, each child further

\ Mrs. Elizabeth F. Taylor arrived J I delighted by a dainty souvenir to
i Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Moore, of PROGRESSIVE LAUNDRY HAS
yesterday from Tampa to visit Mrs. Franklin, Ky., left this city today. NEW DELIVERY WAGON carry home. 11:1
W. M.,Slemons.Mr. j dJ!:I
j They will stop for a while in Orlando, z-z=oo=
W. E. Vance, of Wheeling, W. leaving later in April for home. Mr. One of the prettiest and most serviceable PAUL J. RAINEY'S AFRICAN 0
HUNT AT THE LUCERNE
i t Va., is among the late arrivals at,and Mrs. Moore have been in St. Petersburg delivery wagons seen upon MONDAYThe iMMMMMMMMMHHItttllllMltltiMlttMHItqi
the San Juan. v for the last two months. the streets of Orlando in many days i

t., Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eaton, who St. Petersburg Independent. was the one for the "Progressive Paul J. Rainey African Hunt Veneer
have been stopping at 110 Sumnerlinl r Mrs. Curtis is gladly welcomed Laundry," which went into service Expedition pictures which took overa

Place, have returned to their home in home, and her many friends rejoice ,yesterday. year to make and cost over $250-
000) will be shown at the Lucerne
Old Orchard, Maine. also that her brother, Mr. 0. T. Swit- The wagon was turned out from Monday afternoon and evening.Mr. makes old woodwork, frames and furni--

zer, who has been seriously ill. has the establishment of Mr. R. L. Hol- Rainey, who is a millionaire
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Field and baby,'i sufficiently recovered to accompany land on Pine street. The panitingand sportsman from Cleveland, Ohio, undertook ture look like new, 25 and 50 cents.
Mabel Westover, arrived from',Jacksonville his big hunt at first
game
: her here, where Florida air and sunshine lettering was the work of Mr.
to visit Mr. and merely from the point of sport, but
night
Mrs. E. last H. Westover.Mr. i will aid in completing his cure J. B. Lovering, an artist, than whom realizing that these strange experiences Austin's Dog! BreadWill
there is none better. Mr. Edward through which he had to pas
H. T. Nevin arrived yesterdayfrom AT THE GRAND Jump, the genial proprietor of the would be of great educational inter-

Pittsbtfg, Pa., and will make I Progressive Laundry, is justly proudof motion est to the picture American camera public men ,and he made took keep your dogs in a healthy condition

Ibis headquarters at the San Juan Monday at the Grand will be pre-. his new wagon. the: most wonderful of animal pic-
during his sojourn in the city. .sented one of the great feature films tures ever produced.The .
I'or. the day called "Victory. The Educator Toilet
Rainey expedition consisted of Soap
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Ellerbe I II SIGNS 0? THE TIMES
play is in five reels and is a powerful 35 white men, 325 black men, 135
j, have returned from. their wedding i it I!story of love and warfare. The I. camels, 40 horses, 60 dogs, 54 oxen, i
tourney to North Carolina, where :j I scenes are laid at the U. S. naval : Straws show which way the windis and 150 sheep on the hoof. In these ; Makes the skin smooth and white.
they visited relatives of Mr. Ellerbe.:;I depot at Guantanamo and United I blowing-newspaper advertising six big reds of pictures, practicallyevery *
States ships and sailors are used in of wild animal
| i species life in i
Mr.; Egbert E. Jenkins, Jr., for- :I I'the production. Among notable naval I shows which way the trade is going. the African jungles is shown and J 5| S| 5 25 2 2JJ" '" 5 "Ji
merly of Orlando, but now of Macon,i(men appearing in the cast are Jose! This is more than a mere juggling' there are some of the most thrilling
phus Daniels, secretary of the navy,' of words. and exciting experiences
Ga., is spending Easter with his sister any one
i iI
and Lieutenant Towers, the naval would to THE SANITARY
care see. GROCERY
Note the of advertising intoday's
'Mrs. Leonard Bumby. He will pages
aviator who killed
was recently by a This six reel picture has played all
return tonight I fall from an aeroplane. Lieutenant Sentinel and you will see ata the larger cities over the country at
Mrs. A. P. Miller and Mrs. LucienA. Towers is seen in the picture in a glance that the list of merchantsand not less than 25 cents for each ad CARUTHERS & GORE
(thrilling aeroplane flight and drop- other advertisers comprises the mission, and will be shown for the .
Spencer returned last night froma ping a bomb from his 'plane into a first time at ten and five cents at the
most and the Phone 200
progressive most suc- 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
trip 'down the East Coast, which,fort. Lucerne.
No expense has been spared in cessful business and professional men
included a visit to the Everglades.}
making the picture as realistic as in
our community.
They were in Miami during the Elks'convention. I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I
I possible, and as a climax a large ship
I II Advertising and success handin
go CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
j is actually destroyed and sunk. The,
bend. You don't see a concern
con-
A new firm, consisting of J. C. and picture was shown for the first timeto I FOR RENT-Furnished six room 14'IQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I II"'IIIIII'IIIII'III""
an audience made up of govern- stantly advertising in the newspapers, house with
bed
,
Johnson from Fla. is to I piano, lounge, 4
J. R. Perry, ,
ment heads and the following is their! I unless it is successful I beds, 2 cots; suitable for private
open a life insurance office on, the ,endorsement: Also, the houses that make the big- boarders. $20 per month. Unfur- No. 1
corner of Pine street and Orange ave-I' "The officials of the navy department nished house, and rooms, $1 week up. Bargains Left
nue. They represent the Citizens' had the pleasure yesterday of gest successes nowadays do so by; 205 W. Pine. It
witnessing a private exhibition of I satisfying and pleasing the public on The following has been offered for .
National Life Insurance company, of your naval drama in motion pictures, whom their success is based. Arid in. FOR RENT CHEAP-Four sale:
Louisville, and have brought their entitled 'Victory.I / I II room
that order to reach the public the most house, unfurnished, close in. In- No. 1. 3 acres of good land, im-
"We to state
families with them to become I are pleased your
perma- quire after 4 at 207 Palmetto
successful business and p. m. proved. 6-room house
professional
scenario, depicting war with its naval I (plastered),
nent residents. here. I and land battles, is carried out in avery 'men use newspaper advertising.Each street 4.12-3t, near Presbyterian. church. I just over city line. Sale price $lfi)0(
realistic manner and is authentic depends upon the other. i cash; or time payments $1,200, $500
ARCADE RESTAURANT in details of ships and men and
Sunday Dinner 25c. should be the cause of further interesting Good business men and good news- LOST-On street, Saturday after- i I cash and monthly payments of $15
MENU I the public in the United States papers, working together, spell sue noon, blue flower beads. Return to per month.
Cream of Celery Radishes navy as it is in peace and as it mightact cess. Yowell-Duckworth's and get reward. No. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles out, unim-
Roast Pork and Browned Sweets I, in time of war. It a proved; good orange land; $25 per
t Apple Sauce "Very respectfully,
Cauliflower with Cream "Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eat what you want. Why worry about cooking duringthe acre: cash.
Mashed Potatoes "Acting Secretary of the Navy." a Eat all you want. hot weather? Try the twenty- No. 3. 160 acres: of virgin timber,
Macaroni au Gratin Special music by a seven piece Take a postscript and forget it. five cent meals at the Arcade Restaurant 5 miles out on proposed brick: high
Strawberry Shortcake orchestra alternating with a pipe For sale by all durggists. 4106t. way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared.
Tea, Coffee Iced Tea organ will be rendered. l-T-d&w-lyr
This can be bought for $20 per acre,
Opening of Piano Studio April 15th.
the same as some are asking $75 to
For address
particulars Mac Tall-
II11I111111I11111111111111111111111111111I1111111111111III tAt man Care Grand ,Theater, or Phone I 1 $150 for. Owner is North and wants
No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m. money.
431m. No. 4. 2 homesteads for sale cheap.

The Lucerne ,) WiTh If you are interested get particulars.No. .
Monday Eat what
you want 5. I also have the cheapest
Eat all you want. .
k\\\\
Take a postscript and forget it. 3-4 acre lot, with 3-room: house in the
For sale by all druggists. NSU'BAuTYA city of Orlando in a white section.

l-T-d&w.lyr Price $375.If .

PAINTL you want any property, city or
country; want to rent, or have property

PAUL J. RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT ; Good Wood $1.50 FOR PURPOSE EVERY service.to sell or rent, see me for good


Better Wood $2 and $2.25 CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND
PICTURE IN SIX BIG REELS Best Wood
$2.50 and $2.75
BUSINESS EXCHANGE

I'i' Without doubt the most wonderful animal picture ever ; This won't last long, t pID P41N1' I IL 19 W. Church St. Phone 333.OSTEOPATHY,


..l produced. A picture 'made in the African jungles at great : Stock up while you can. :

) expense and risk ot life, showing all the wild animals of : Orlando Wood Yard -

Africa and thrilling and beautiful 104 W. Pine St. DR. J. C .HOWELL
many encounters scenes. ,A. L. BECK LUMBER CO. Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo

B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor Kiln Dried Lumber and Build- extra charge for house treatment

ing Material. Telephone connections

Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents i Phone 451 Orlando Ha. Office cor. Orange and Central Avos.i '

LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

Balcony: 5 Cents WOOD, COAL AND ICE Buy your garden seed from DeLa
Flowers ney & Abernethy. Just received a
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal k
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
ROSES, VIOLETS, Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
: Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. Sentinel want advertising bringsthe
CARNATIONS, PANSIES, SEED! SEED! SEED! .
probable buyers to see your propt
Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
HlMHIIIilllllllllliti.. HtllttlimtltHMIH POTTED PLANTS Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf erty. .

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-, VICE[ PRE DNT[ WILL VOTE IF PEOPLE'S WANTS money We insure on real your estate life and at 6 loan per cent you I illMIIMiMMIIIIMfMIIIIIIHIIIMMl 11118111 t++++t+++t

MAY BEES-AN ESSAY interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

.: NEEDED fOR REPEAL By Claude L'Engle Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. I


Dont't Get Stung' Notice of MUNNBIAKERS Lost, Wanted. For Sale, For FOR RENT 325d&wtfI I ORLANDO4SllINGTONDRAWING "
Rent etc. for this column 2ac for one bay
Marshall Will Not Fly the Coop ,as May bees are good little in hoc for three days, or $LOG for one week for WANTED-Ladies to bring their
Champ Clark Did and Fight 25 words or less. Money must accompany
sects, the advertisements fer this column U no combings to us. Don't destroy
; the President But they don't fly in JuneIn insertions will be made on credit. them. We will make what you want. ROOM
the June Come and see our stock and examineour
primaryDon't
FOR SALE work. We invite inspection. If
.
Washington, April 10.VicePresident -
waste time on May havn't the hair we supply it. Our SLEEPING CAR J
Marshall, who is soon to visit in An elegant modern home; four bed- you
bees. stock is genuine. We make
two bath elec- every-
rooms rooms and
; ; gas
Florida, is not talking for publicationon thing to order. We pay cash for
Some other man may be all tricity throughout; fruit trees and '
the subject of Panama tolls repeal, combings. VIA
right for in Congress; flowers. 509 East Central avenue.
you .
We beg to announce that we have
who he 2-15-tf.
but those imagine may "fly
Some other man may be in secured the exclusive agency for the
the coop" like Speaker Clark did and line with progressive De- well-known and popular Clow's Knit a

take a stand against the administration FOR SALE Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam- ATLANTIC COAST T LINE[
are reckoning without their host. mocracy. Nursery stock, one, two, three and ples will be submitted for your inspection -
Some other man may be four year old buds; Foster Early, at leisure. The goodswe
your
If it comes to a tie vote ,the vice- able to think for the people Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- handle are the kind that satisfy.

president will break the tie in favorof after election, ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahl NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar-
repealing the legislation, which Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf land St. 3-23-1 mo OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
other
be
But may some manwon't.
gives the coastwise shipping the ben-
FOR SALE-Black Minorca FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house,
eggs. *
efit of free use of the Panama canal. And may be you'll get For rent, three room suite for light garden and farm land, on Conway

He will do so on the ground that this stung fooling with him. housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm.L. clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. Satir

insidious special grant form appears of ship has to subsidy.The him been to.greatly be an You L'Engle know is NOT that a may Claude be; Orlando. Coryell, Fla., 201 Concord Ave.3-31-tf west, 320lmd&wFOR RENT-Two office spaces in Tiieflay j all n t r ay j I ,

vice-president
You know that he .will FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand our store at No. 9 W. Church street. t
amused by the solution of the Pan- think and act for you, unimproved land. See S. S. Come in and we will show you. Pierce ; ; FOR RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ONW.
ama tolls difficulty proposed by Sen- Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm Electric Co. 3-29-tf
ator J. Ham Lewis. Senator Lewis Because he is now in Con- I ; ; R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.

would repeal the free use of the canal gress doing this very thing. ; ; W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
= When you can get a sure 111,111111111111111,1.,11,1,1111111111111111111.0.
3 for American ships, but would affirm thing ; ORLANDO, FLA.

the right of the United States to con- Don't risk the best chance George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.
! ,. trol the canal in the future as it sees i
J. G. Kirkland Division
that ever happened. Passenger Agent, Tampa.
Sell
fit. Claude L'Engle has been One Bungalow Left to t1IIIDIIIIIIIIIII"IIIII"'lel""III"I"I"IIII'I.tt
'" "It reminds me." said the vice-pres
time-tried and firetested .
; ident, "of a camping experience ink in the fights for the, .

which I participated when I was a'' people's rights.He M. J. DAETWYLERPhone ..tlltIC"'III C Ila"IIII'I'I"I"'III IIC III'lttt I

r boy. We organized a crowd of boys
; is the one sure thing ,
to.go out camping, and we adopted a
for in this race for
' .: rule that if any boy made complaint you ...THE.. '
Congress in the Fourth
as to the cooking he was at once to 363tMHMMHMtmHlitOIM8MMIH
District.He .
take the duties of cook from
over the
is there for one term, Altamonte
I
boy who had that part in charge.
Keep him there for another HIM MMtMiM tilt
"One day we sat down to a meal
Vote for Claude L'Engle
under the trees and the biscuits

looked, felt and tasted more like leaden I Take first.a chance second FOR SALE-Good upright piano; WANTED family washings at 1 n' .

missiles than food intended for has beon used only three months; once, from 50 cents up. Home

human consumption. All of us looked will sell at a bargain. Call on Judge Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. Altamonte Springs Fla I
LaBar, at 5 W. Livingston avenue. 3-8-
t at those biscuits and then remem-
.' DESIGNATE NUMBER OF FLOR- 4-7-lw
bered the rule-all but one. FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the
IDA POSTMASTERS A beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)
month Phone 571
'f "The boy who forgot stuck his FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one week or ; cheap. ,
served in interior Florida.
dinner Orchestra
Come out and get the best
"-
call E. Pine street. 3.12.1mMISCELLANEOUS
at 23
teeth into biscuit and it seemed to acre in bearing six or '
a orange grove; etc. The Altamonte has the mist beautiful and healthful
the rest of that could the Washington, April 10.-The follow- acres cleared; part of land suitablefor between two lakes 40
,,, us we see location in Florida, on high ridge lovely ;
i t. ing have just been temporarily des- gardening and trucking; located Billiards Shooting .
sparks fly. acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Fishing,
ignated as postmasters in Florida: half mile from city limits on public Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve
r 'These the derndest biscuits I
are road. Bargain. Address :M. C. B.,
Linten Sumter ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
Paul A.
,: county Box 431 city. 3-10-tf First class Brazing a specialty at
ever saw, he said, and then suddenly care Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
; Tompkins. Warman's Repair Shop oa Court St.
{ remembering the rule, he added,
Ozona, Pinellas county. Minnie G. FOR SALE 12-5-tf.
: quickly: Jones. Pair of mules, well matched, young, GEORGE E. BATES & SON PROPRIETORS !
.' "'But I like 'em.' sound and in good condition. H. H. One hundred and sixty acres of fine ,

"It seems to me," added the vice- Whitney, Lake county, Wiley L. Williams, P. 0. Box 247, Orlando, farm land, near Maning, North Dakota SUMMER RESORT "TilE GRAND," MOUNT VERNON, N. II. i\ \
Richardson.The Fla. 4-2-6t 80 acres under cultivation in I"IIIIII'lllllilll"IIIIIIIIIII.lllla'.OJI"I"lt.Souvenir .
" president, "that Senator Lewis has
location. Will trade for
following postmasters have good orange
hit upon the same happy way of get- been temporarily continued FOR SALE-A new bungalow, five grove or city property. For full par
- ting us out of a scrape." : rooms and bath, modern in every ticulars address C. E. Piatt, Conway,
j Citronelle, Citrus county, WilliamA. detail. Ten minutes walk to post- Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw Postal CardsYou
Turkette. office. Will give good bargain to
DREDGES FIND MAN'SIX BODYNewark. Osprey, Manatee county, Victor A. prompt buyer. Owner, phone 376, FOR RENT-By the 'year or month,
i FOUR PARTS city. 4-2-lw modern seven room house. Apply

Saunders. 217 East Robinson avenue. 4-4-8t have to buy them whether you wish to i
Pembroke, Polk Horace B.
' N. J., April .-Capt county FOR SALE-Restaurant business,
Anderson. consisting of v steel range, oil stove, More help wanted? Room te let
John Hanson, master of a stone not not where you can find the +
or so why go
cooking utensils, tables, chairs, and er wanted? Advertise in the Sen
barge, was knocked into Newark bay silverware. Will sell at bargain. Ad-
tinel. Be to read the ads. in
sure
yesterday afternoon and drawn intoa LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN dress H. W. Rhodes. Winter Park, finest quality and largest assortment? If
sand While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or Fla. 4-9-3t I today's Sentinel. They bring results.
government sucking dredge .
half a mile away, then cast through "News" sightseeing automobilesfor HORSES FOR SALE-Weight 800 to I W. T. ENTRICAN, we cannot show you twice as many different
14-inch two thousand feet Lookout Mountain, Point Park, 1500 pounds. Prices right. Dr. .
a pipe long '
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Offers to Orlando the
newest and best
out into the Newark. meadows. In Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary Wienenga, Dann's Transfer. .4-9-3t of workmanship in the painting and styles of Orlando view cards as any other

passing through the dredge- the body Ridge and historical points. For reservations .FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room I'I decorating trade. Phone 636.
address 910 Market street. furnished house. Will rent all or 1-21-lm will cards free
was cut into four pieces. part of it, by the month or year. firm in the city, we give you

The barge May Madison was being 3-3-Apr.23 Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman I I Buy yoar garden seed from DeLa-
towed from Newark to New York. street 4-2-2wks '.' ney & Abernethy. Just received a of charge. Make us prove it. .
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
In passing through the draw of a SWEET POTATO PLANTSI FOR SALE-New two-story, five-

railroad bridge the barge butted intoa will pay $1.00 per thousand fir room house, with bath. Modern in The Sentinel want ads find tenants
Nancy Hall,and Porto Rico sweet W. S. BRANCH
stone pier and the jolt threw Capt po- every way. Just off Lucerne Circle. for houses or rooms every daY. Let ,
tato plants, from now until June 15th.P. Good bargain to .
prompt buyer.Owner
Hanson overboard. M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla. phone 466, city. them help you. 5,

An hour after he had fallen from 3-31-lm 4-10-eod-lmo Read the advertisements The Arcade Book and Mnsje. StoreThere's
daily.
the barge men working in the mead-
Phone 646 for Hudson and Chal- ,
to of
ows were surprised see parts a
livery service. Auto repairing WANTED
mers
man's body shoot out of the pipe with. a specialty. Roy H. Barnard. 17 \\\\\\\4MIIHM .*.iti' iUMMMIIIIIIHMMMMIMM8MMIMHIIMIMIiM

the flood of sand and water. Hewey street, Orlando Fla. 4-9-6t GERMAN GIRL wants position as

The sections formed a complete maid. Will do general housework.

man's body. In a pocket were found WANTED good roll top desk. Address "German." care Sentinel. Show Here

papers indentifying the body as that Must"H.be" care a bargain Sentinel.for cash.4-ll-3t Address 4-10-3t FURNISHED FLAT. to rent for_sum- a Style |

of Capt. Hanson.
mer; rent very reasonable; good I .
Unfurnished house 7 tenants chief consideration.
WANTED; -' or Apply'
HEAD OF COLLEGE ENDS LIFE more rooms, close in. Phone 634. R. S. B., this office. 4-10-1w

WITH BULLET 4-10-7t HOTEL FOR LEASEWe Every Day in the Year .

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WANTED-Position chauffeur.
Newport News, Va., April 10.- as
Will give references. Address 522 have a 75-room house on Lake
Prof. Henry H. Savage, formerly of W. Church street. 4-ll-3t Erie, just 12 miles from Cleveland on .

Liberty, Mo., head of the Hampton hard surface roads and trolley line. Home makers will find a visit through our

Female college, near this city, com WANTED-Position as cook and Abandance of traffic and last year
. mitted suicide early this by laundress, or general housework. which was the first, was decidedly
morning
here the
successful under the of treat. We have
Address 522 W. Church street. management big store an interesting
shooting himself through the head 4113tWANTEDPosition the owner, who now has other busi-!
with a revolver. Worry over financial ness to take all his time. House is
-troubles is given as the cause for as cook or to do newly furnished, has electricity and most delightful of necessities for the furnishingof
all conveniences, bath houses,
the act Prof. Savage ended his life general housework. Address "Eng-; garage.
lish." care Sentinel 4-10-3t Reasonable leasing privileges can be the modern home.
while teachers and
pupils were goingto arranged. Address Palmer and Palmer -

breakfast. Rev. ,Charles Friend Atlantic National Bank Building,
FOR SALE-One S. A. Wood's planer
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Jacksonville, Florida. w&s.MltltlittMMIMMIMMM
} heard the shot, and was the first to and matcher, 6x24; one ''Hall &
reach the principal. He found Mr. Brown double surface planer, No. 45, We specialize in high-grade furniture at a

r Savage dead. 6x30. Address Overstreet Crate Co.,

: Orlando, Fla. 4-ll-6t moderate price. We invite you to come in and ,

: : A Genuine Bargain ;
FOR SALE OR RENT-On
fAULTY DlGmnlON terms, 8 acres of fine land in easy city in Real EstateGood look over the display. .
3 ; :
3f limits; 5 room house, small barn,
Quickly Shatters the Nervous Sys- Grove, 200 bearing trees; a good 12
tem-Immediate Action Neces room house, modern improvements, eight-room house,
sary-Use Mi-o-na. on West Central avenue. Also a net with connected kitchen RIGHTKincaid

despondent When you; when feel irritable you have, tired nervous and 7 improvements.room house, nicely Inquire finished No. ,6 modern Terry twenty acres first class land PRICE S RIGHT GOODS RIGHT TERMS

twitchings, specks before the eyes, street, city. 4-9-1w al cleared, 315 bearing
headaches, sour stomach, heartburn, Orange Trees, in,first class ,
bad taste in the mouth
a. and in
pains
FOR SALE OR TRADE' condition, fine bloom. Land
the colon and bowels
-you are suffering -
from dyspepsia, which invariably Two high grade young Jerseys and can easily be sub-divided f

ic wrecks the nervous system-you one native milch cow; free milkersand into five-acre tracts, is on

'i. need Mi-o-na Mi-o-na goes at to once.the seat of One perfectly eight year gentle.old horse, works road to Conway, 21.2 '& Snowden II IIORLANDO'SIILOW
your '
trouble and quickly ends stomach five single or old double horse; also that have works a extra good miles from Court House,

4 misery. It urely and safely buildsup good year under the saddle. road on two sides, main
not afraid of
and strengthens the stomach walls train or auto. road will be bricked this I.
and glands, quickly improves the digestive
One light, two-horse har- Has rural delivery
wagon year. .
system-the xital force and

nerve enjoy perfect energy are health.restored, then you good ness.One as light new.top buggy and harness, and close shool and estate.wagon. CHEAPfor Sold to I ( PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE

Do not suffer another day. Get a Will sell cash reasonable
at
a bargain for cash or or very
fifty cent box of Miona Tablets fromMcElroy's
first class security. Will trade for terms will be made.
Orlando Florida
Pharmacy. This treatment anything of equal value.W. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. ,
will help you get well and immediate H. GRAESER, LORD & BRADSHAW
relief is guaranteed. 4-10-lw Formosa Postoffice.Sentinel .
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jfessrs Ennis and Minor of Crowe

Point were business visitors here yes J' Raine

terday. s M : ATTAINMENT
\ Mrs. J. Lee, of Modello Park, has nut rNMrNT Y

\ \ been visiting Apopka the guest of OFTijE' IU f
\ :Mr. and Mrs. 1.1. Turner. POLE 0

I Miss Jennie Baas, of Orlando, spent P LEA
the week-end in town, the guest of ARICil THE

Miss ,Ruby Wilson. i

Mr. E. C. Bray, of Winter Garden, I
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town last Saturday. ,,
Professor Adolph Jachde, of Lees, ,

burg, is in Apopka, a guest of the ,
Witheringtons. PICTURE IN SIX BIG ;

1 I Mr. Ashley Walls started for Poland REELS WILL r
t. BE SHOWN
Gergia, on the morning train '
yesterday.Mr. AT THE \

L. P. Lane went to Orlando on ORCOOK I
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c business trip last week, Monday and 1Z
Tuesday. Lucerne

Mr. Frank H. Davis and family !

motored to Orlando on business last
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i 1 Wednesday.Dr. McCall was called to Plymouthto x y Theater I I I I t I
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attend Miss Bessie Stewart, who ,t << .

[J y has been quite ill

Mr. Claude Goolsby, of Zelwood,
who is on the sick list, is attendedby Monday
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Dr. McCall, of Apopka.Mr. .
L P. Lane has been on the

sick list for the past week. Here's ,, AFTERNOON AND .
hoping for a speedy recovery. /
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Today is Good Friday. In observ- yptw, + : br' ,,' jrt : OO'r
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ance of the same the bank closes for k I ,
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the day. : fREDERIANIlIAL

Mr. W. L Bard, who has been :, ..; :, ., ,A ,: ,, ,. lry, PICTURE EVER h OR. =

spending some days here looking after MADE. I. _
his orange grove has returned to

his home in Marion County. ,
\ Mrs. Edward Jump, Mr. George t: z t 'P x An expedition consist- kEN Ell, /

Jump and Miss Westerveldt motored rrrt" ,,.>> ing of 35 white men, 325

from Orlando to Apopka, last Tuesday .. black men, 135 camels, 40
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.q ] horses, 60 dogs 54
visiting Mrs. A. J. Walker. oxen
;t,aw.n)w. d ;.1h' F.i .,. S'SPP 7 ,16 t i ..a rt ..tP .3 F,4 r and 150
The Lake Standish Hotel at Ply- r sheep.

mQuth, will close its doors for the

summer, after a very successful sea Human Document


son.Mrs. MeCall. Mrs. Witherby and A Picture Never Shown before

Mr. and Mrs. Curry were in Mount
of Poignant Appeal. A drama of
Dora and Eustis sight-seeing the fore '

t t :part of the week. for Less than 25 human suffering. A wonderful
Mrs. M. T. Anderson returned lay Cents story
Saturday from a business trip tot
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Lakeland, Plant City, Fort Meade and of splendid single-handed victory
other southern points.
Mr. Braxton Beacham, of Orlando, ADMISSION over countless difficulties

was in town last Tuesday looking after First Floor

located his here.extensive business holdings : IVflNTAT ADULTS . . lOc. Over 650 Finely Illustrated D d.

Mr. M. L Davenport. vice-Presidert : CHILDREN . . 5c. Pages of Interesting Reading* ea It

of the Atlanta BALCONY. . . 5c.
Portrait Company, of :
FOR SALE AT BRANCH'S BOOK STORE
Atlanta, Georgia,'was in town on ...
business Thursday. I! iiMi01 t" It It ,'II "'01"1" III" I" II 1..11 "
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Hand's. Auto- ..picnic- auto. from- -Or- I I Worth Crovvina About m I
janao, passed through Apopka last -
Saturday on their way to Wekiwa, Fourth street. Contractor Zeph has LENTEN REFLECTIONS come and buy. In the columns of the and Comparison after using of, results and profits before .4 -
l i\ > Springs. It was loaded with a jolly charge of the work. Friendship! What is more beautiful daily vor weekly home print paper, tr
:party. "The Washington'is the name giv- and holy! Yet in the Passionof with its familiar names and land- nlflltls. Poultry

t Mr. J. S. Rackley is giving his new en to the new residence being built Christ we see Friendship corrupted marks, you can come more nearly r J.; Regulator- ,,
Pigs.5f,soc, 60c'1.00;SS Ib.pail':.50
residence near the Seaboard depot, a, by Contractor F. E. Zepp and son on by sin. talking to a customer face to face the great tonic and conditioner-is sure to make you a ,,
coat of paint. James Blood is doing their lot on Sixth street. Mr. Zepp It was ,to the Apostles in the Upper than you can by any method except permanent friend of all Pratt Products.
the work.Mr. will have a beautiful home when Chamber that our Lord said: the actual call. Using national week- Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back

A. C. Starbird, business managEr completed. "Henceforth I call you not servants ly or magazine pages is scatteringthe Spring Pratts necessity.Lice Killer.Sure death Powder-25c to all dangerous and Me.vermin.Also*
of the Consumers Lumber and Veneer Messrs Cohoon and Wright of Or- . but I have called 'you friends." force of announcement too much Refuse substitutes;insist on Pratte.a F
Co., went to Orlando in his auto lando and Jacksonville ,respectively They had left their all to follow theirIaster except for specialized advertising ; Get Pratts 160 page Poultry Boot

on business Thursday of this week. were in Apopka Saturday, waiting on na dafter three years of the campaigns. Use the paper that the FOR SALE BY P. F. LAU BACK, ORLANDO, FLA. ,

Mr. Percy Starbird and family and the Electric Lighting Committee. most intimate intercourse, He called people you want to reach read, and
Mrs. W. H. Champneys spent the day They represent the International them friends. nearly everybody reads the paper
shopping in Orlando last Wednes- Harvester Company's Department of And one of them, Judas, made use which is published in his home city."
Engines and Lighting plants. of this privilege of friendship to betray
day.Messrs.
b L. L Payne and A. L A screened-in porch and other extensive his Master, and fo sdl Him fi,r '
POINTED PARAGRAPHS
r, Beck, of Orlando were in town last improvements add greatly to thirty pieces of silver. And, even typeface Every 4
Tuesday shaking hands with Apopka the convenience and appearance of more heartless and horrible Judas strikes the exact f' _
friends. Mr. A. C. Starbird's home on Ala selected the symbol' of friendship, a It is the easiest thing in the worldto printing it

The regular monthly meeting fo the bama avenue, in this city. kiss, as the instrument of betrayal. bear the aches of another man's every center time

directors of the State Bank of Apopka The lots on the west sites of Cen- From the fall of Jcdas all may callouses.

was held at the bank last Wed- tral avenue belonging to Mr. W. T. learn the dangers of familiarity with
nesday at three o'clock, p. m. : Berry are being cleaned up. A gpod religion unless accompanied by reverence And many a man who claims to be
Mr. W. R. O'Neal, of Orlando,I example: "Go thou and do likewise." for it. Judas did not realize selfmade was made what he is by his
If all the lots in how hard his heart had become wife. The LC Smith & Bra
president of the State Bank of Apopka Apopka were grub- under -
Ball Bearing,Long Wearing Typewriter
was in town last Wednesday to bed and deained up, it would do more constant unfaithfulness to grace. -
attend the director's meeting.On to boom our town than columns of We all need to pray, "From hardness i I Shortly after a man leads a woman for
account of the annual stockholder's newspaper ads. of heart and contempt of Thy Word to the altar he is acquired of Typewriter

meeting of the Apopka Publishing The Methodist Episcopal Church of and Commandments, Good Lord, de the listening habit.

Company held last Monday night this city is being extensively repair liver us." the Rural Business Man

Uhe. City Council meeting was post- ed. J. R. Womble, one of ApopkVs

oned until the next night (Tuesday.) efficient contractors has. the work in IX PRINTINGThe To THE WEST Whether are a small town merchantor
One day last week our genial cash- charge. New sills where needed, Sentinel will give you the practical you
r of the State Bank of Apopka triedis brick pews a new roof and inside re- thing and it will be of a dignity VIASfMINOU a farmer, you can't afford to without

hand at markmanship, which re- pairs are to be made, costing from and style that will please you. We've
ulted in killing and wounding of a two hundred to three hundred dot got the equipment; we've got the ex LIMITED a typewriter.

ozen rats at one shot. Next! lars. perience, and we will deliver the jobon ;,Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm Typewritten letters and bills save your time and
Those who have been reported one time and in perfect order. Tryus. Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
sick list for this week are Mrs. Phone 24.ADVERTISERS. Jacksonville,Fla..,A. C.L 9:00 pm give you a business standing you can get in no i
WITH YCUR COFFEE Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L-.11:10 '
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M. Starbird and daughter, Mar 1 Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am way.
,rite and Mrs. W. G. Talton and NOW SEEK PAs Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am The L. C. Smith & Bros typewriter is especially :
I >n, Pollard. Even when a man takes sides he i PERS IN LIEU OF MAGAZINES Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am i
sometimes taken aback. Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am t<< adapted to this work because it will stand more
t Miss Maude Edwards, of Tallad ga. Chicago, April 10.-The growing :Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 am
and does
abama and Miss Marie of { Birmingham Ala. C. wear not require an expert operator. ,
Darby, value of the home newspaper for advertising Ir of Ga.l2:05 p
,-? finter' Park, nieces of Mrs. W. T. Opportunity may make the man, which has chiefly been done I Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm Anyone can learn to operate it in a short time.
but the sometimes has to first I Ar Jackson .
man Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46
erry, of this place are here on aisit make the opportunity. in magazines is noticeable in the big ,Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm pm It is ball bearing throughout, simple, compact,
this week. Chicago advertising agencies and Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C--_______11:07 pm
The two new folding screens, made I fices of advertising managers. of-j Carbondale, Ill., I. C.1213 am complete. ,

? Harry Hewett, Apopka's mechani- Nell "Don't you think she has. a used to be considered good advertising I tAr St. Louis, Mo., I.-C._____ 7:05 am Mail this coupon today. :
J genius' have been set in heavenly voice?" Belle-"I don't ,
in
place to 'cry' merchandise by the public Ar Centralia, III, I. C._____ 1:38 am
H. Davis' real estate office and know that I should call it just heavenly Ar Matoon III L G SMITH &: BROS. TYPEWRITER CO.
crier, said Arnold Joerns, adver- I. C._______ 3:30 am
Id much to the homelike appearance although she does make an unearthly tising manager of a Chicago Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am Syracuse, N. Y.
id attractiveness of the rooms. noise." tion. corpora Ar Kankakee Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am Please send me your free book.
The "Some merchants think they Ar Chicago, III, I. C._______ 7:50 am I
Ladies of the Methodist have done all that is needed when I Did.I not ue a typewriter it pretcoU
piscopal Church of Apopka, will Some people are so careless they they have stenciled their name and Solid Through Trains-Composed of DI am Bring a typewriter ud would like If Iflun Boat
Id what observation, compartment our L special offer to exchange it for a new wae.
don't
drawingroom
an ice-cream sale and social 01 care happens, 'so long as location on the fences, and others -
are
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lawn it doesn't them. sleeping cars, and free
e happen to
under the Mr.mst .
pines on
satisfied when they have defaced the ;reclining, chair cars, between Jacksonville ;rasa 1
Leibing's lot, opposite Mc- landscape with some billboards; but I and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand .. f
:od's store, at the corner of Central There isn't much use in telling a to my mind there is only one way fora St. Louis. All meals in dining P.O.s !
enue and Fourth Street. girl you would die for her unless you retail merchant to push his busi- car.For ,.,._ t
Mr. S. life t kets and Pullman car,reservations
W. Eldredge, the new post carry a pretty heavy insurance.
ness and that is by telling his story all on -
aster of Apopka, is fitting up through space in the home daily. The W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, i S
artments for the postoffice in the The beauty about suburban life is first thing is to have something to: or i
mt of his brick store building at that a fellow can always,blame the sell and then to let the people know D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,

I corner of Park Avenue and train service for getting: home late. it in such a fashion that they will I Atlantic Orlando.Coast Line," ,






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Jacksonville, Fla., March.-Jacksonville and Duval county have a
ri-rit greater number of miles of good streets and roads than any other city and
county of like population in the south. The streets of Jacksonville are mod
ern, well paved thoroughfares over which it will be a pleasure for the vet
t erans and maids and sponsor to parade during the reunion in May, while
out in the suburbs and throughout the county, miles of good roads will be
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::i ; i'f Gen. Wm. E. Mickle, New Orleans, Adjutant '
I picturesque spots along these roads, among palms, liveoak and holly and a
Jacksonville Fla. March. In the center of the Business district of Jacksonville, of the Staff
one handsomest General and Chief of profusion of flowers. Jacksonville and Duval county are alive to the benefits .
: aold I era' monuments in the southern states is admired by all tourists. This memorial is located in Hemming Division, U. C. V., Jacksonville Re of good streets and roads.
t"; Park, surrounded by handsome grounds and imposing business blocks. The monument was erected by the lateIt union. -- .
<< Col. C. C. Hemming at personal expense. Visitors to the Confederate reunion will find this park a delightful =-= -I -= =. -::-= ....
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U. C. V., at Jacksonville Reunion in

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!. Jacksonville, Fla, March.-The public park system of Jacksonville, Fla., where the 24th annual: reunion '
of the United Confederate Veterans' Association and Sons of Veterans will be held, May 6, 7, 8, is one of the
. most attractive in the south. The accompanying view is in Riverside Park, in the center of the fashionable residence }:

section of the city, where thousands of people may find room for rest and pleasure. In sub-tropical beauty ,\. ":' ..:. ...",
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It is not excelled anywhere in Florida. .:.., .:-X=: .:-X"1.

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"But. my darling, two can live as
iff. cheaply as one."
"I don't yearn to live cheaply, young
man."-St Louis Republic.


Belated Remarks.

', Bli-Doesn't your wife say anything
w. when yoa go out evenings? DJI- ot
much; she reserves the bulk of her remarks
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Paw Knows Everything. SECTION OF JACKSONVILLE'S WATER FRONT J
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all the world la a stage? Paw-Because and building in the southern states was accomplished at Jacksonville,
Jacksonville Fla., March.-Inquiries have been received here from prospective visitors to the Confederate
those who can't get in the spot Fla., by the Florida East Coast railroad in bringing the St Johns river as
offered
reunion in May concerning the opportunities for fishing during reunion week. No better opportunity is
light act as critics my son-Cincinnati shown In the accompanying illustration. This bridge is the main reliance
anywhere In the south, as the accompanying illustration Indicates. A popular outing is for ten or twelve
Enquirer. for traffic between the East Coast of Florida and the balance of the world,
men to go to the jetties, near the mouth of the St Johns river, hire a boat and anchor it, fishing from the boat
since practically all of it passes over the structure. The illustration also
Every species of fish known to southern seas is caught there in the greatest abundance. .
Jacksonville's eleven miles of water front
shows a section of deep During
Rubber Stamps made to order at
the Confederate reunion in May excursions to historic points will bs a>
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AVENGED[D BY ARMNlA Will Put the Reinsof 'BargainsThat's

\ All MARKETOf H

Major Who Had Charge of Pris'oner Success in Your ,
Said to Have Shot Him $3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruitand Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
From Behind HandsHow orange trees. 120 are
large seedlings and the balanceare

Juarez, Mex., April 10.-When Ma- from one to three year old AND SALT MEATS
jor Rudolfo Fierro, lately of General ? .By furnishing you witha buds. Near city.$3,250.Choice FISH AND GAME

Pancho Villa's staff, is stood againsta Fertilizer. Let home in city; 8
wall and shot to death by a firing perfect our representative rooms, large lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

squad, as he will be in a few days, the call on He will give a $2,400.-Good 7-room house, '
killing of William S. Benton, English you you East Side. .Close in, only five Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

,t ranchman, on February 17 last, will formula that will make and mature minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.
be a "closed incident of choice lots and a number
The commission appointed by General your fruit. of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Carranza to investigate Benton's and grove propositions. have everything in the Meat Line.
death has made a preliminary report for rent several furnished bungalows
charging Benton was murdered by: and flats close in. Some .
Major Fierro. This much has already by the year and others 'till the The PARLOR MARKET
been communicated to General Car T m rn f FerIllzer! r Co.ORLANDO winter season begins. Call and
ranza and to General H. L Scott, recently make your wants known.
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appointed assistant chief of I H. M. Self & Co.
staff of the United States army. The Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
full findings of the commission will Cooper & Atha PINE STREET
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oner, incommunicado, in the Chihuahua !!
jail, and his execution' has been
decreed by the constitutionalist government
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officially to the American and British ,. .
governments, with a statement :
that it should be accepted as an adequate S
W. M. SLEMONS
settlement of the Benton case.
The report of the Carranza com-!
mission will show, following the testimony -i arrived car load

given before ifc that when the FORDS for immediate *
irascible Benton upbraided Villa in
the latter's office in Juarez, Villa or- delivery. New Goods Arriving Daily
dered Major Fierro to place him un- t

der arrest and to take him, by train Get yours now
\' to Chihuahua city that night and .
place him in the penitentiary."I .
: F. G. RUSH,
will see how he acts after a
month," General Villa is reported to Phone 226
have said. "If he is submissive, I \oj We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

will liberate him that he may returnto made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
the United States; if not, I will
hold him a while longer." r Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

Major Fierro and a squad of sol-.' Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
diers boarded the train with Benton
that night .As the train approached & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
Samalayuca, a short distance south of
Juarez, the testimony states, Fierro .
f shot Benton in the head .behind the
t left ear. The train was stopped, the
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dying man removed and then the rifle I
squad poured a volley of bullets into

his.breast.. ORANGE AVENUE
Fierro was at once placed. under

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Washington, April .-Senator Bryan --
of Florida, introduced an amend
ment to the river and harbor bill appropriating DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND 'U"'U' Co1 :UUII nmI: :==.
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The here of the
assembling sixty- Dine Dixie
six members of the committee was Limited. Flyer.SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED WATER ,
enlivened the in the Lv Orlando. A. C. L.......12:31 am 3:13pm T Orlando ........................ 3:13pm
by presence city Jacksonville. A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:38pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm Time. Hot water is of the most t
of many aspirants to places on thisyear's T Jacksonville. A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25 pm T Jacksonville. A. C. L,............ 8:15pm In the Summer one
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T Waycross. A. C. L 11:50am 10:25pm v WayeroM A. C. L. .1020pm essential features of comfortable home. This is
Democratic ticket. The, senatorial r Macon G. S. &; F....... 5:13pm 4:15 am r Macon G. S. & F. .............. 3:46 am a No home
primaries, however, formed the r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 725am r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:12 am.12:19pm emphasized most strongly in the Summer time be- p
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r Knoxville, L. &: N. ............. w1t
principal topic of gossip among the r'Chattanooga W. & A..12:18am 11:55am r Corbin L. & N. ................ 3:16pm cause you don't want to heat the kitchen up by one t 1
committeemen and other political' r N Nashville N.CL& St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 fm r Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:00pm
Indiana .. ....... keeping a fire all day in the Consequentlymost e' g
leaders candidate has Ar St. Louis, L C.&L&N. %:5Opm 7:20 am r lis. ?a. L Ie. 1:50 am range.
r here. As yet no Ar Lexington L. & N. ............ "
6:50 without it all Summer and
homes have
pm to
announced himself to oppose Senator Ar Hopkinsville L. & ,N........... 61 pm Ar Cincinanti, L. & N. ............. 8:50 pm go
i Hoke Smith, who will seek renominajtion 'Ar Evansville L, & N..-... 9:28am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo G. R. & L ..........12:20pm have it only in limited quantity in the Winter.
Ar Terre Haute, C. &; E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am r Grand Rapids. G. R. & L ....... 2:45pm
for the term beginning on March Ar Chicago, C. &: E. L..... 6:50pm'6:50am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 7:15azn "GET A RUUD" -
t 4, 1915. Two candidates are in the
field for the nomination to fill the un-I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED t
and have of steaming hot water time
Solid train, composed of section drawing you plenty any
expired term of the late Senator A. Solid train composed of electric lighted
0.1 room sleeping observation
can compartment want it and at a small cost by .simply
very
Bacon. They are Congressman Thomas can and dining ear. between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches you '
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and turning on the faucet.
W.Hardwick and Thomas S. Feld-
ar between Jacksonville and St. Loafs Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapolis; r
er, former attorney general SenatorW. DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
S. West, appointed to serve in Solid train carrying electric lighted com. Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANY ,
artment observation sleepers and electlie
Senator Bacon's place until,after the ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
' fall election, has not announced lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining ear and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear Gas Department {
erne meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
whether he will be a candidate.T. .

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MiiiiiiiitfTIIEVSTATEBMOFORIADO FIRST WHITE WOMAN IN FLORIDA
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I Pensacola, Fla., April 11.-For the

I .. ,.'--. i _.-. first time in the history of Florida,
a white woman, "Sis" Hopkins, of
Calhoun county, has been found
' guilty of murder in the first degree
and sentenced to hang. Governor

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"Sis" Hopkins. the name the wo-
T man was tried under,! killed Tom
Withington, over seventy years of :
Would rather l
yon >cEDJSON 1., : 'J.
age, near Altha, a small town in :.
west Florida, four years ago. The : J or CAR{ 1 G11] ? .
i woman, on her first trial, was found
guilty of murder with a recommendation : : "EDISON forbidden
by physician to take
of mercy. The verdict of the '
lower court in admitting into evidencethe ;: another vacation--Triblme, Sept. 15, 1913.
LONG ESTABLISHED dying declaration of the victim
SAFE.CONSERVATIVE.MODATI NG Why? Because bavingyorked hours
--j twenty
was reversed and on the second trial '.
'" the woman was found guilty and sen- a day, his system will not permit a change; he .

\ tenced to hang. must work or die, and die working! Yet, ho is i

A CONSERVATIVELY MANAGED BANK SPAIN WANTS UNITED STATESTO ... a poor man wealth is considered today. j

. .. By having an account with the State Bank of Orlando, INTERVENE CARNEGIE, having enjoyed a continual .

1 you enjoy all the advantages of a conservatively managed Madrid, April 11.-The Spanish for : vacation for years is quoted thus "When I received -

and well equipped bank-and the confidence that comes. eign minister today asked Col. Joseph ;; my first dollar of interest money, I

from association with 'an institution of ample re I E. Willard, United States ambassadorto realized that wealth could best be obtained by

sources. _t Spain Washington to request to intervene the governmentat in favorof letting my money work for me, instead of
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Accounts subject to check are invited. it .J the 1,000 Spanish subjects expelled :. :: working for my money." .
from Torreon. t ;', : ;.
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According to official news receivedby .. :._ YOU How much did your money earn
the Spanish cabinet from Mexico -:.. :for you last month? Or, would you rather
I-I JI j the expelled Spaniards are in a crit :: ; rlt for it? We 4 '
interest.
always pay per cent
N ical situation and the government ., : .;'. .. ,
s cided to approach the United State:s : ,: Begin today, or if already begun, continue .

government in their behalf independ :' : to save. '' ... .
State .
and .
: County City Depositary I enUy of the measures Spain is tak .:. / .:...::. .
'ing to bring her subjects back to her
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The window of Branch's book store .
AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT CAME machine"until it was them, and was the center of attraction yester .. ,. .. .. .. .
NEAR TO BEING SERIOUSAn I::the driver was equally upon oMivious to day. There were eight live bunnie f.:::: ;:.: ; i the presence of the boys.. in the window, and in a nest there
automobile accident that came were eggs which passed'with the children -
near to being serious occurred at VINCENT ASTOR PAYS AUTO as rabbit eggs. The little ones UNAVOIDABLY DELAYEDThe EASTER DEVOTIONS Mr. Walter :McGriff, representative
Church and Orange yesterday afternoon VICTIM $3,100 were delighted.. and it was a pleasing I of the state comptroller's office, js
s when Harold Bennett, the little -- sight to all. The rabbits were Bel- Sentinel is late this morning, (Continued from page 1) in Orlando to install a new system of
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bennett, White Plains. N. J., gian hares, six weeks old, that had
April ll.-The but it couldn't be helped. The force will preach and administer the rite of bookkeeping in the office of Clerk B.M. .
was knocked down by a machine $10,000 suit of Charles E. been loaden for the occasion. It
"1 Palmer, telephone 1- was Confirmation at St. Johns, the Epis- Robinson. The system is
one
driven by Mr. J. P. Felt, of Eustis. lineman, against-Vincent Astor a stroke of enterprise significant of spent a dreary night trying to copal mission for colored people. by an act of the last l ;isla-prescribed
The boy was taken to the office of for injuries said to have been the Easter season which proved a squeeze power enough from the wiresto Catholic ServicesAt
+ ture. Mr. McGriff has been fy. the
Dr. W. C. Person, where his injuries caused by Mr. Astor's automobile, novel advertising feature. operate the machinery, and at last the Roman Catholic church also comptroller's office for a number of
t, Were treated. Luckily they proved to was closed when Astor agreed to settle had to wait until the day force came the Resurrection will form the chief years, and is one of the most| efficient
be trivial. Roy Kelly, another boy, for $3,100. The student body and faculty of on at the electric plant to rectify note of the day, in the morning and I and popular of the state+house
narrowly escaped being hurt. There the Keewatin school, who have spent matters that had gone wrong there evening and throughout each service. attaches. He now holds the p j>ition
was a crowd at the scene of the accident I Put money in thy purse by advertising their first winter term in St. Angus and couldn't be repaired during the Special music will be rendered, and of auditor of county accounts. The
and a good deal of confusion in-. in the Sentinel. tine, left a few days ago for their night. large congregations are expected. new system is a great improvement f
cident to
thj of
passing minstrel summer quarters at Prairie du Chien, over the one which it is superseding,
band at the tinje, and the I
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