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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 16, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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yt1ftiJi it;. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1914. NUMBER 56.

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"Ifll It( t'r" .1 REGISTRATION[ BOOKS B CLOSE[ WITH SEEKS[[ 10 BRING DEPARTMENT[

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1 !v < : '. 1 t -A' 1552 and of All Other Interest of Candidacy for Commissioner -

Political Creeds 322 of Agriculture
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"\ :. H.i- A' ...1 : 'hi,: C Uj Nw[ SCHOOL l BUIlDING T TO B BE[ The registration books closed yesterday Thomas J. Appleyard, Jr., is in Orlando PLANS PERFECTED[ [ [ FOR G GREAT[ DECLARES MEXICO HAS NO

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j" f n.} .,1... "'" -f t ," oj n< ,,eLl" ;:: COMPLETED C [ SEPTEMBER[ [ 20 afternoon at 5 o'clock with in the interest of his candidacy I ENTERTAINMENT[ [ T TONIGHT CONTROVERSY WITH

1 101 1,874 names enrolled, and of this for commissioner of agriculture, and AMERICAN PEOPLE
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1R'.k t number 1,552 will be entitled to vote spent yesterday in calling on the i

f in the Democratic primary of June 2. voters and outlining his policies inthe .
i'Contract for Plumbing Goes to Raehn Many Grand Lodge Officers of the
.. 'it The number of those registered who event of his election.
>( r': li! trIB and for Electrical Wiring to I Commandery Will Gather in ADMINISJMJION ISSUES[ STAUM lEN1
1C. ;if J' .> 'l adhere to political creeds other than Mr. Appleyard is a progressive

., Pierce Company that of Dmocracy is 322. There are Democrat, and is a young man of excellent Orlando for Banquet

\n f 1f 1;, +.,5'p l', f 258 Republicans, 12 Progressives, 31 address, who has always taken' TAMPICO INCIDENT CULMINATION -

-. \--I'Ut iD .i.\1.! At a meeting held yesterday morn- Independents, 15 Socialists and 6 Pro- an active interest in political affairs. Arrangements for the entertain- SERIES OR OUTRAGES
-: iit- ing the county school board signed hibitionists. He[ is president of the Tallahassee ment of the grand lodge officers of
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d ;i the articles of the contract with the Immediately after the books were board of trade. and has begun upon a the Grand Commandery, Knights

;'. .* 41C.;: firm of Cahow & Parker, of Tampa, closed Supervisor Frank H. Williams campaign of bringing the resources Templar, have been perfected, and U. S. GOVERNMENTNew

for the construction of the new school certified the list to the secretary of of that splendid section to the attention the reception and banquet to be givenby r

J k. a i 1 t f 14 1I\J.ji pry"r building. state, Hon. H. Clay Crawford. It is of investors which is bound to > Olivette Commandery at the arm- York, April 15.-(Special.)- : I

\' fV: Ii :rtt stsi* lit The consideration of the articles certain that no suprvisor in any othercounty produce results. ory tonight bids fair to be one of the In response to a cablegram sent

{1-, ':; J! };io;: ;.i f *F I f:. 7' was begun at a meeting held the pre- I had his work better up to the In regard to the position which he most notable ever given in this state. Huerta by the International News

i( L. .:'..;"', 'r..t._ ... _-... t'.2 ; ,.". .p. vious evening, and each section was minute than Mr. Williams. The tabu is seeking, Mr. Appleyard says that Mr. W. H. Reynolds, who is chair- Syndicate the following reply was

:f fit [} H:'. Ira pt.Jk i t :/ i gone over carefully, amendments being lation was made and the letter to the the department should be brought man of the reception committee* has received:

', ,,:. r.. : 5 h,1M t'Jif'JJ.; : .p. ;. made in some, to make the understanding secretary was ready for the mail at nearer to the people in their efforts arranged to have all visitors met at "Mexico City, April 15-Interna-

:"ray; 1Iiw.1, t ;:- t-W:.#U- !.'f ', more perfect. five minutes after the hour for clos- to develop the state. Very little is the train and conducted to their quar- tional News Syndicate, New York:
board let for ing. Following is the tabulated the it is ters at the San Juan. In the with
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;: .";L:It 16* a.. .! tj plumbing to the Raehn Plumbing by precincts: conducted at present, he says, to aid an escort of Knights and ladies least of all with the great American -

d... company, at $2,958. Orlando Precinct No. 1..495 Dem.Rep.Prg.IndSoc.Pro.Tota 42 2 3 4 5 551 1 and develop the agricultural and horticultural will conduct the visiting Knights and people. The Tampico incidentof

i The contract for the: electrical wir- Orlando No. 2..3-19 46 3 .. 4 .. 402 interests, and these things ladies to the armory from the hotel, no particular importance. This in
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jdl } : Winter Park ... 43 .. .,
f ,-4 <; f' atTbgTf Aft f ng was awarded to the Pierce Elec- Maitland ....... 22 40 11 .1.19. 2 .. .. 102 35 which should be foremost in the workof and at the armory the Knights will answer to your message."V..
lie company at $545.75. Lockhart ......3t 1 .. 1 1 u 40 that department are neglected.Mr. pass under a steel arch formed by the Huerta."
; Apopka ........ .6 2 .. .. 2 .. 80
I Both the plumbing and electrical Bay Ridge ..... 23 1 .. .. .. .. U Appleyard has not visited Orlando swords of the receiving Knights

':! -t !:" '.. i ompany are Orlando concerns, and Clarrona Zellwood .............. 37 13 7 6 .... .3. .1. .. 45 22 for nearly a year, and he was standing in parallel lines. The reception Changes Policy Toward Mexico

his will give general satisfaction. Ocoee ..........61 5 I .. .. .?. 61 surprised at the many improvementsthat will begin at 8:30, and at 10 Washington. April 15.-(Special.)
'\ Winter Garden..103 5 .. .. .. ..
., ,, contract calls for the comple-(I Oakland ........ 31 18 .. .. .. .. 108 55 have been made during that pe o'clock the grand march takes place. Foreign nations are being informedby
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: tThe the school building not later Orange Center... 26 16 2 .. .. .. 44 riod. He strengthened his candidacy This is planned to be a pretty incident
the United States diplomatic
i. 4 _red w'd1t" '''o1""i Gotha .......... 40 1 2 .. 3 .. 46 rep-
September 20. The work is to Taft ........... 26 26 1 3 .. 1 5i considerably by his visit to this sec of the evenng. resentatives abroad that the purposeof
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} aad jw4 tir.. .=' t gin as soon as material can be as- Conway.......45 15 .. .. .. ?.. 6 u tion. The Knghts, in uniform, will take the present spectacular naval
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I r-- 4s: 1 J r*= ("4,': ; Pickett ........ 17 1 ,. .. .. .. 18 part and will execute maneuvers in movement against Mexico is to bring
... t. Fish ........... 26 4 .. .. .. .. 30 the course of the march which are about a condition of affairs in Mexico -
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SATE TROOPS S SHOOT T TO STOPs the At 11 o'clock the ban- United States but at the time
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i "S.. ,. .. TOLD T BY DAGO fRANK quet will be served. Dancing will be this change will be evidence to the
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,_=_i1". :) : -.-....". .-. Id"W: q, !t pit_ : .E4n s HORSE RACING AT TUlSA V VillA VICTORIOUS AT SAN PfOR in order all during the evening. No rest of the world that there is an
I .l.lt I addresses have been entered on the entirely new attitude on the part of
j I : : n ( AFTER[ HARD AGHT Preparing for Early Retrial of Becker program of events. When questioned this country to carry out this pur
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on Charge of Instigating on this point, Eminent Commander pose.
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I tant General Canton to Prevent Rosenthal's Murder Johnson of Olivette Commanderysaid The whole Pacific fleet, including
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... f '\ I Federal Loss Was Much affair is to be for pleasure only." today to co-operate with the movements -
: a i.'H"tdgll.ltY t New York, April 15.-District At-
\\J Greater Four hundred invitaions were issued of the Atlantic fleet under the
..L fi.t ice. i-e i Tulsa, Okla., April 15.-(Special/) torney Whitman is determined to .
and more than three hundred command of Admiral Badger.
'\ ",L '. : v t1t- "1iId&Y h $ as. I. e state militia, acting under orders Juarez Mex. bring former Police Lieutenant Becker -
., ,. ., ..,. 1 ..".. .. ., A I April 15.Villa'srebels acceptances have been received. The The purpose of the administrationto
". ". itt, ""' ' united fed guests from out of town have already demand a salute of the flag when
Cfr<: r.y &! Mrt.9 :1j, j {bit i': the Tulsa race track late today; eral armies of General Velasco early date on the charge of insti-
Gen- begun to arrive.REMARKABLE. Badger arrives at Tampico remains
'" .." ,IJ 'red a volley over the heads of the eral Maas, General gating the murder of Herman Rosen-
Hidalgo and Gen- unchanged and refusal be followed -
.'y-i V: r.!..:: l'fi ..U b trr-t-d, | the first GROWTH OF THE l by consequences described yes-
h.1 t :' : ra e. Colonlas- forty miles east of Torreon, the four gunmen paid the death .

\ d;.... ystrsi ,No one was injured but the card according to advices to General Car- penalty on Monday morning. It was ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO. terday.An official statement outlining the ,

;.m }x'T, nwmr.t1X- ;;: ; t )is declared off. Adjutant General ranza at Chihuahua from General expected his motion before Justice of the administration:;
: :ir4' heiti d.+ : t.'inton stated if another race were Seabury today would be opposed by purposes
J : o Ie ( 'C'F Villa at the front.In The wonderful increase in the de prepared today. From this statement
"', ", f tempted he would order the soldiers Becker on the ground that his trial
'1rf Jy I the face of vicious fire from the posits of the Orlando Bank and Trust it is made clear that the incident at
,'. j'tf4 kill the horses in their tracks. attorney was about to resign from
; : \ : {: e- federals General Villa repeatedly company within a hundred days, as Tampico is only the culmination of
; 4i.'1' ...r,. .' 'rttL t : ;rjettt .. ,r|, "Racing officials decided to proceed hurled his numerically inferior forcesat the defense and that new counsel shown in the statement published I various crimes against the United j,

l :' :. J \nth! the card. The horses were sent the government front for six daysof would need more time in which to be- elsewhere, is cause for congratulation States by the Mexican government. j
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L :_ : "" ". _,'- : ray to get a good start and were terrific fighting. That Villa's tenacious come familiar with the case. to the officers of that bank as i it It plainly indicates that Huerta has 1

i 11. (c1n" .i; '1-ltiu '. ;: .; 'iv rut a sixteenth of a mile from the leadership finally succeeded Joseph A. Shay, who became Beck is a matter of pride.to the people o:f played with the United States and 1

:: t. \ ,> .....\... t"q ,.., 4, ashing point when Major Scott and )I in driving the defeated federals from er's attorney after his conviction and Orlando. The total deposits shownare selected it as the one government to

.,.;{iOt" i. .._ ::' : rt= t.l'--j|ii t :o militiamen rushed upon the trackd the city to which they had appliedthe who prepared the appeal upon whichhe $770.793.72, the increase in a be insulted and finally, it is stated in I,

...-',:': j Jl .( 1'; 'e ''':,; ..4(4f" d. fired a volley of five shots. The torch before evacuating was paid< gained a new trial, yesterday notified hundred days being $249,626.34. It this manifesto, that the governmentof

-- i ; '.. i d ft 0.; .r1 I 1 inagement then decided to discon- for dearly, was gathered from reports the Becker family of his retire- is doubtful if there is another bankin Mexico is expected "to see pro-
......". .. ... t'{ ue today's program. received ment from the i'
'' -i. ; j I I.'i' was tA here. General Villa in his case Florida which can show such a per priety and necessity" of giving evi

"" .tf. :. .'!; In:*4 i-1 : C official report to his chief ended with The district attorney's office is investigating centage of increase in the same pe dence of proving its desire "to repu-

4 3*, -' o J ..: ; i'10 nelt tltf. Against Racing in Louisiana the remark: charges made in the con- riod. diate and correct these things" for

.. ,;i i *"'t', ofi ( 'J'I:,; i* STew Orleans, April 15.-(Special.) "My only regret is that 500 of my fession of "Dago Frank" Cirofici. The the benefit of the United States and
; '. t \bit. ;" 4"wtt !:It. \- JOY. Hall today declared that h troops were wounded in .
today's police today were requested to bring TROOPS CAMP MAY 11 the rest of the world.
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; :- g. ;: 'f".I "', i :aid veto (Monday) assault. I
-'oJ t any measure passed b hope that the "Dollar Bill" John Langer to headquarters At a meeeting of the foreign relations -

.I';.. t,. d i i.. ,. l 'S?: i 3 legislature, which convenes next great sacrifice of human blood will be for a conference. Langer, committee Senator Lodge, Republican -
Adjutant General J. Clifford Foster
.. .J :' \ ir ,.nday, legalizing commercialized for the welfare of our country.: a personal friend of Rosenthal, was urged steps be taken at once
1' chief of staff of the Florida state
i i R":*}" *:S % T.t'J'J f nbling on horse racing in this It was argued that if 500 of Gen- marked by the gunmen, according to to give President Wilson authority to
militia, has issued the general ordersfor
{:-f 't & U "r s : : 4 *t .te, and furthermore he would use eral Villa's soldiers were incapacitated unofficial reports of Cirofici's confes use force in Mexico without consulting .:
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F :; "P"' '>'- -t n' ; efforts discourage any legisla- this one charge the previous sion. further with congress.
: Augustine, from May 11 to 16 inclu
; ;. 1 ,3't along these lines. fighting must have been heavy and Mary Cirofici, sister of "Dago Senator Lodge was told by a ma-
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Frank
J'I'' t; greater even than that told of the last hour attempof jority of members of the committee
: 1 Tallahassee April 9, and contain new
,;it' :':' r: ft t<" M .t1BASEBALL RESULTS at Torreon. Reports stated the federals her mother to obtain a reprievefor that there would be no difficulty in

: L. ,,'; OC LQ .. f :: lost 3,500 killed, wounded and her son and how she wrung from regulations, that have been proposed getting the required resolution
I South by the war department at Washington. -
:1" dwihf : Atlantic League prisoners. Villa reported 700 prisoners him the confession which she hope through the senate.

FF r' ,ugusta 6, Charleston 0.olumbus and the casualty of battle to the would win executive clemency. The Official Statement Issued '

:, ;,, .. soft. '?. '% ...... 2, Savannah 0.Jjl federals therefore is estimated a t young woman would not repeat r.amesof A camp for the instruction of off] The following official statementwas
will be held the
reservation
r" icksonville 5 cers on
Albany 4. above 2,500. the men mentioned by her brother issued today as representing the -
i i'f d'tJ :: t I I adjoining the state arsenal at St. Augustine :
,. r" tt jrwsf Nfl. Jf, AM gl t Southern League The success of General Villa and as the actual murderers of Rosenthal which gives promise of beingone views of President Wilson and the administration

I F;!;t '.,:;,ij "Th+33; f:. 1 i '1 ttanooga--lemphis; rain. his men in driving back the force but from other sources it is known of the most interesting school : ...

.'- __ :! !',;;r .\ tlI!.,'J -- tlanta 6, Nashville 5. which had reinforced the retreating that he named "Lefty Louie" and of soldier life that has ever been held "In discussion in official circles in

{. :"!' i>d\t 1 t.! t 1:::::t&,J.; .* ::rmingham 13, Mobile 8. Torreon garrison under command o f "Gyp the Blood" and Harry Vallon a s in Florida. Washington of the Mexican situationthe

-, :.-k--*; .",j'.... ,j' U I."; ;_r -i.' ':'r';! l. 'ontgomery 8, New Orleans 11.y,1' the federal general Velasco was ,re the men who fired the fatal shots following points have been very

":. s4 !' ;i eft.} b i '!l yn;, National garded here as the final struggle for She also told of the firm belief o f much dwelt upon:
t League PUSHING THE MILLION MARK
f ":liladelphia-New York rain. the complete possession of Torreo her brother that his part in the mur "It has been pointed out that in
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," 1 ,-*,' Ui ;I 1 "; i;i*& 'ooklyn-Boston; ; rain. and the hewing of a way through the der, that of an accessory, left him considering the present somewhat delicate -
canyon country toward Mexico innocent of the actual murder. The Sentinel directs attention to situation
."t ." *- e. n h i ,f\ lcinnati-Chicago; rain. City in Mexico the unpleasant
} ., Rebel officials and sympathizers wer the splendid statement of the Stat incident at
Tampico must not bethought
fuf'e ying I'!' 'Y t] Louis 1, Pittsburg 5.
:? ::.'.. .,t Eu. a:Ct .*- 't L exultant today when the news of the TWELVE ACRES OX WEST SIDE Bank of Orlando. The deposits at the of alone. For some time past

; '1i i 4 .,. w "lstcis '"'if':f American League capture of San Pedro was apparentl OF ROCK LAKE SOLD time the statement was compiled the de facto government of Mexico

+ ff { 9'tw:. ; York-Philadelphia; rain. I confirmed. were $949,436.95. Pushing the million has seemed to think mere apologies
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; : L'E : ;' troit-St. Louis; rain. Mr. L J. Dollins and ,Mr. C. D. mark pretty closely. The Stat sufficient when the rights of American -

( 'i ."\'" icago 2, Cleveland 1.t SOUTHERN WAR CLAIMS BILL Chadwick have sold their twelve acreson Bank is an institution of which Orlando citizens or the dignity of the government

.,. :.J .'... l' fl..,: .. _,d, t : i stop 2, Washington 1. PASSES HOUSE the west side of Rock lake to Mrs. is proud. It is solid as the ,of the United States were

site;r', f t : Federal League Washington, April 15.-(Special.) M. C. Hunt, of Indianapolis, who will famed Rock of Gibraltar, and i is involved, and has apparently made no
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4 t4'l l'<. ',?,r:, : > timore-Buffalo; rain. The Watkins bill authorizing the return to Orlando in the fall and I steadily growing in the reach of its attempt at either reparation or of effective

,'! '; 4s-if :i .- Ii\i I- tsburg-Brooklyn; rain. payment of several million dollars o f erect a handsome home thereon. business and the confidence of the correction of'the serious derelictions

'. ;, fc** fa) l -I American Association Southern war claims was passed b y Nearly every day some real estate people. of its civil and military officers -

.. the house today. transaction of importance is chroni- .
; ? jj." ,/n ,:A1 t f jisville 7, Columbus 2. .. .I < t"Immediately ;,
f tIed in the columns of the Sentinel THE WEATHERwill after the incident.at,
'-4 ir 1jt :3 Janapolis 3, Cleveland
-. ,. &. ;:,jrt" ; ':: 2. Li test music, latest books, fine sta and the prospect is that there ---f Tampico an ,:orderly :from 'one ofihe j .

: '. ; '3'!' ',';-jIIf't-; ..1 .. + 1 ;nsas waukee City 3 5 St., Minneapolis Paul 4. tiom ry. Curtis & O'Neal, next postl be a lot of building in progress during Florida: Fair. Thursday;; warm er ships. o&the.United. .SUijef:folk j h3r-v ,f- ::, '. _
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was recently the victim of a peculiarand "
painful accident. The change to
MOTOR CARS t !MMMMillllMMMMMMMMIiiiiiiMiiliiiiiHMHiMMM ,1111.,111,1,1,11"1." .'
warm weather recently tempted *
take cold sitz bath. By
to
George a For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
some unaccountable means, however,
he turned on the wrong faucet and full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof Orlando Bank & Trust Co

sat down in the tub before testingthe competent repair men. All our work is absolutely

temperature of the water. As a : guaranteed. Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

result George is now having to take

.;. ; a bath standing up. .. Maxwell "25," $800, Equipped in Orlando RESOURCESReal '

Florida land will sell and here is : I

the evidence. The attractive stone : Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26437.37

residence of the Rev.R.W.Parmelee, Loans and Discounts . .. . .. .. .. 378,166.14 ,

located at the entrance of the sanita- : Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
THE PALMS AUTO CO
rium grounds was recently sold to Dr. : Stocks and Bonds . . . .. . 26,018.33
R. S. Ingersoll, the new superintendent : Cash on Hand and due from Banks .. .. . 473,059.02
of the sanitarium. Gus Schultz FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.

has sold his home on the west side of $904,906.09 '

the marl to Jos. F. Neel, of Oakland.Mr. MMiniMIMMMMMMilMMIMMMmillltMtMtMBUFFALO LIABILITIES
__ _
Schultz is preparing to return to Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

his former home in St. Petersburg Discounts . .. . . . . . None
i and Mr. Neel is transferring his poul- Fare 3 Bills payable . . . . .. .. . None
try business to Formosa. Mr. Henry

Stych, of Tampa, has purchased a e. ? DAILY BETWEEN Deposits .. . . .. . .. . 770,793.72Due
home from H. A. Shrev. and Mr. T. $(
to Banks and Bankers . . . .. 2,832.59$90J,906.09
A. Davis has bought the Wm. Stych ". EVELANDTHE
home. H. A. Shreve has purchaseda
lot on which he expects to erect an _

up to date garage, and sold several

other lots in an auto deal. And all Deposits March 4, 1914 . . .. . .$649,484.91

this was done without the aid of a ? Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
.
real estate agent GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

The managers of the Florida Sani- Liqtb soo fee;bres&i.98 fe.t,6 inert;510 stat eoomm aDd pulon..--.l.t..c 1500 pum- Increase in 37 days . . .. . 121,308.81Deposits
pn. Crater io ewe.-4r6er in ill Pnp.niau -dcbet in all.ppgwtacBt*-thu uj umaet 04ftUguficent
tarium announce that their new clay DlIIIi wits of tin_LL Ia.aaeeJ..15th. Dec. 31,1913 . . .. .. 521,167.38
road is now completed and open to StMBOT"SEEANDBEE""Cty of Erfe"ud'"Cit,of Buffalo 11th . .
I Deposits April 1914 . .. 770,793.72Increase
the public. Visitors and sight seeing Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND ,lit to Dec.l.tLM .

parties are welcome to visit the sanitarium AxmeOmlud.Ba&lo '7.00 30 A P..H.H. Arrive Lays CIneJad Buffalo .,. 7JOA.M.Eutcra 900P.lt.. in 100 days . :.. . .. 249,626.34 -
i at any time. ( Standard Tine)
afternoon there wit- CoeaertiomaHeaelaedfaP t-ln.B'.Toledo Detroit ud all po ala'"_.dScNthweat.IUOrM of million in in 3 months. .
Saturday was tiekett reading between Brfkk and dercland are good for trap rteiM>a a oar iteanert. Increase of quarter a deposits
nessed from the banks of Lake Es- Ask your ticket agent toe bckau via C.&B.Line. "rile"for bawfr nnie illumed booklet free. The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

telle a very unusual but impressive THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT.. Cleveland 0.MiillliiliMIMMMMIilll Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their '

sight in which eight persons went friends and customers for making such a statement pos ;
forward in baptism. .A union serviceof sible.
the Adventist churches of Orlando
e Mli.m tlllllilMMttI + ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
and Formosa was held in the morning :

in which the Rev. W. H. Hickman,of I Repairing I For Sale tuuuumunnnuwuunnunnnnnutfltflflflflUfltflfl1NOTICE

3 Orlando, preached a very impressive :

T sermon on baptism to the eight candidates I by PARCEL POST ___
all of whom are well known Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

young people of Orlando. Men's Half Soles, 750 to 850l Modern 8-room : Change of Schedule Clyde St. -- AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Johns River Steamers :
de! *' Half Soles, 60c to T5c OPTICAL REPAIRING
The Atlantic Coast Line railroad House 2 doors : Until further notice the steamers Osteopathic PhysIcianof
; Children's H Soles,$0c to 7sc
has begun work on the new station in this line will leave Sanford at
> Hand Turned Soles, ;I.oo 132 Orange Avenue ,.
Green Cove Springs, which will cost, I Repaired, 250 west of WyomHecla 11:30 o'clock a. m.
when completed, about $25,000. N. M. TUPPER, Supt. Bank
Next door to People's ,
All work returned in 24 hours. ing Hotel. Bargain. :
J. B. CALDER,
Agent.
Orders without remittance returned up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN C.0. IX We pay Sanford, FLu, March 26, 1914.
diseases treatedTelephone
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or return postage.
'
automobiles : If you want your bicycle fixed in
"News" sightseeing a hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578. DR. L H. RAMSDELLShop.
for Lookout Mountain, Point Park, : 12- -tf.
A. Hanson
.Chickamsagft battlefield. Missionary : A. L. Bentley, i OPTOMETRIST'
bisS 1 FormmtieW 19 East Pine Street Sentinel want advertising shortens, W. T. ENTRICAN, Successor to n.. 0..P. "..'
..Badge ia .peIatL Makes of ( lie. ai),
a specialty painting papering :
; .'", < ,-;..UnM 910 Mtrket: etreek. : ORLANDO FLORIDAIMHItltlMIMMHIMt 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE cheapens: and simplifies any real es- ,' refinishing floors, furniture, etc. t r ;
<' .<.1\:1 Cate "selling task." Phone 636. 1-21-1m ORLA'r'iDO, IAA
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JIAKLAND NEWS NOTES FORMING HABITSBe THOUSANDS VACCINATED ON reau, which will collect evercharges,
I EASTER STATE NEWS NOTES etc., for its members made against

I railroads, and furnish such informa-
Oakland Fla., April It-Mr. and careful about how form
Mrs. I Uneeda Biscuit you (From the Gainesville Sun) tion and other service as is generally
J. I. Marshall have gone for a habits. Some young people never Philadelphia, April 13.-Special.( )
short visit to Tampa. They expect Nourishment-fine fla consider habit forming. They form -Following the discovery of small-I' done by similar organizations.The .
I At a recent meeting of the St. Augustine -
to return this week. vorparitycrispnesswholesomeness. none but accidental and unconscious pox here more than 5,000 persons
Mr. and Mrs. B. Cooley returned All habits. They know so little that they were vaccinated on Easter Sunday.The I : city council a resolution was: Atlantic Coast Line railroad is
Saturday*from their extended trip to I adopted that the burnt district be rebuilt going to extend its line from Sebring,
think could change habit
I for 5 cents, in the they any j J in the and Moorish
the .'Coast I [ Spanish stylef DeSoto county south to Immokalee
leave in few
East They a they have in *day. Yet in reality.
a Welikit owned and
Nurseries
I moisture-proof architecture which has made that about
,
days to to Tampa and St. Peters- package. Lee county, a distance of seven-
go they are binding themselves in chains operated by E. H. Mote, are just fin-
and famous
( (4 ity so charming ty-five miles.
burg. of iron and making a free and happy ishing putting in 75,000 citrus buds,I
Mrs. Jason Perkins, Master Jason, life impossible for themselves lateron.
in addition to the 50,000 buds already!
and baby Alice, of Largo, came last I The Tampa Merchants' associationhas Read the advertisements daily.
growing. Mr. Mote expects to have
week for a visit to the home folks, }J decided to establish a traffic bu- Try the Sentinel Job Department.
budded at the end of the summer
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Croft. I.
II A camp of Sons of Confederate budding season 150,000 other buds. -- -
Little Neel Hammond had an Eas- ,
Veterans has been organized in Wil- The nurseries are looking fine.-Lees- MMMtttlMMMMIMMmiMHillliliiiiillililtiifliOur .
ter hunt Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
egg on
liston. burg Note in Times-Union. \:
Mather Smith is having a large I
flowing well put down near his boat
house. He will install a hydraulicram P [ aild Suffifflery r

and. Marshall's use it for property irrigation.Mr. .is being The Panama ManIS 1

improved by building a fence in front. Biscuit
aRound Our line for the
It is to be very pretty, having large THE-- new Springand

colonial style posts. Also he is haying thin, tender- Summer season of 1914 is

a cement walk put all around the with flavor now complete. Never in the his-
a delightful TALK OF THE TOWN
house Fourth street and First
on ave- -appropriate forlunch- tory of our business have we
-. .
t nue.We eon tea and dinner. been able to show such a line of
are glad to report that Mrs. I'
and timely goods for Eas-
zo cents.GRAHAM new
George Cooley is much improved,hav- .. \
;' Our line of Dress
ing been quite ill with bronchitis. ter selling.
Little Grace Mary Smith had c Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Milli-

twelve little girls 'help her celebrateher nery, Ready-to-Wear goods and
fifth birthday on Wednesday of notions is complete-the stylesare

last week. They enjoyed games on 4fi varied enough to suit
the porch. Refreshments were served the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with

and by the late departure of the lit- I every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the

tle friends it showed'-they were loatheto Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
leave. II the 1st until the 12th of Apri 1 at 15 to 25 per cent

Mr. Mortimer MacRae, of New ,4. xt... I cheaper than the regular prices.
York is visiting his father, Mr. John CRACKERSA We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show i

MacRae, proprietor of the Oakland.He I you our line if you will call on us.
food for every day.
is enjoying the fishing.
Crisp, tasty and !
Mrs. Ed. Truskett, of Monteverde,
Fresh
is a frequent visitor. Doesn't haveto strengthening.
wait for the boys but han- baked and fresh de-
now Store
m
Ne York
veteran.dles their motor boat all alone like a livered xo cents. I CW J Bargain r i


. Miss Ethel Hovey, Mrs. Daetwilerand aa avrm. : '111111111111"'II'III + 'II'IIII'I"I"I'lt :lltt
Miss Helen Irish motored over

from Orlando and spent the night at ... ., ,
the hotel recently.W. .

E. Hitchcock, of Daytona, was ha f"I..
here to adjust the loss of W. T. Connell + h f 4k .
/r ttw
t and everything was satisfactorilysettled. I.
i C,
.
Miss Moore and Miss Farnsworth,
j ORLANDOWater :
teachers in the Sanfcrd school, spent .
the week-end with Miss Gertie Speer. :

Mr. E. C. Kline, of Streator, Ill., Buy biscuit baked by ONE OF THE ARRIVALS j

while here fishing a few weeks ago, .
landed a big bass and had it mountedby NATIONAL & Co.
sale Panama Hats Light
Mr. Nicholson, of Orlando. Sayshe BISCUIT Importers on genuine at I

wouldn't take a thousand dollars I
for itThe COMPANY $1.95 $2.75 and Up. I
,
'proprietor of the Altamonte Always look for that nameA

Springs hotel. Geo. E. Bates, and
party of friends, came over to try our .J 134 ORANGE AVENUE NEAR CHURCH STREET ElectricityL

fishing'and returned much pleased
-
with a big string of fish.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Pierson, of De- local organization of the Florida FOUR DAYS ONLY I Gas Water Ice j
Audubon Society is to be organized in
troit, Mich., came to attend the fun-
Kissimmee.


with death eral We of their are of their Mr.called mother.brother D.upon L. Pierson and to chronicle stay, Wednes-a while the A Genuine miiiiiiiiM Bargainin : APRIL I 15, 16 1 II 1 AND 18Ssiblc 1 Office:---No. 18 West Central Ave.


day, April 8th. The funeral serviceswere

held from the church, conductedby Real EstateGood I
Rev. Poulson/ Orlando, on Friday : REMEMBER If you miss Telephone No.6.

afternoon. Mr. Pierson had house
along
eight-room I: me, we both lose.
Ii and languishing illness. We with connected kitchen .

loved him as a good friend and neigh twenty acres first class land

bor and we will miss him. al cleared, 315 bearing i1MIark I : : : l / .

f Orange Trees, in first class I,
POINTED PARAGRAPHSWhy condition, fine bloom. Land
can easily be subdividedinto .: "THE PANAMA MAN." .1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111,

blame a doctor for thinking five-acre tracts, is on .

ill of his patients? road to Conway, 2 1-2 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111"1111 11111111111111111111111181.1111111111111111111THE

miles from Court House,
A man thinks brains do not countif
road on two sides, main
he hasn't very many.A road will be bricked this

year. Has rural delivery, I
well trained conscience will and shool wagon. Sold to I I FREE SEWING% MACHiNE

stretch ,as long as the fun lasts. close and estate. CHEAPfor I

cash, or very reasonable
We never take a man's word for terms will be made. I
the deed in a real estate transaction.A I
LORD & BRADSHAW -
I
saloon may be no house of mirth I I Exclusive Agents I .
SATURDAY APRIL 18th AT 3 O'CLOCK THE FREE
' because it is full of "smiles." I itimiiiiiiiiMiitimtiLouisville I ,

SEWING MACHINE TO BE GIVEN AWAY -

1

Nashville R. R.llllltMIMIMMtff Get in line for the big demonstration. Nearly every woman'in this city will be "'""' .
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'\ present.and one among the number will get this wonderful machine without one cent.

I L. & N. I of cost. Who knows but that you will be the fortunate one-every one stands an

t .
MMMMMMMMMMCINCINNATI equal opportunity in this awarding. Youshould not fail to come and participate in =x .
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The Attractive Way to this grand demonstration and awarding. Every minute will be full of interest. If 1

CHICAGO LOUISVILLE you havn't filled out a coupon, get one today, fill it out and deposit it at once and, ;
LEXINGTON ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS '1I
DAYTON PITTSBURGBUFFALO KNOXVILLE BE SURE TO COME, SATURDAY, APRIL 18th, 3 p. m. -j

COLUMBUS BIRMINGHAM

CLEVELAND GRAND RAPIDS PENSACOIA The Free Sewing Machine will cost you less and give you better satisfaction than any other. Come in and see how easily i

DETROIT NASHVILLEEVANSVILLE MOBILE it's superiority can be proved. Watch the Rotoscillo movement, the first to combine ease with swiftness. See the FREE .'J

TOLEDO NEW ORLEANSAll ball bearing system. Eight sets of Ball Bearings, just four times the old-fashioned number. Observe the rotary spool pin,

Points NorthNorthwestSouthwestThree the clever self-threading shuttle, the unbreakable needle, and belt that can't slip, the automatic tension release, the improved .
Solid Through Trains, Daily
head latch and many other marvelously simple and sument, the firs to combine ease with swiftness. See the FREE'S
SoutH Atlantic Limited, Lve Jacksonville .8:15 P.. M. Guarantee.The .

Dixie Flyer, Lve Jacksonville . . . 8:25 F. M.
1\Iontgome'f'Ronte Express Lve. Jacksonville 8:05 ? M. FREE is the only sewing machine that is guaranteed for life and insured for five years against accidental break-

Three Daily Trains to Mobile and New Orleans,, LYe. age or destruction. ,'

Jacksonville\18:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m., and 8:00 a. mAll GET YOUR DEMONSTRATION CARD NOW. YOU MAY GET YOUR MACHINE FREE.

electric lighted trains with through steel draw
ing-room sleepers, free reclining chairs and modern high- THE FREE SEWING MACHINE COMPANY

back seat ceeekes.L C. HUGH DAVIDS, MGR. .. 7 '
& N. Ding Cars-No Better Dining car senice. J .

Fast Tine--Keek Ballast-No Dust.H. !

C. BRETNEY, FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT Yowell-Duckworth Department Store

134Wwt Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla.
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THE DAILY OUR NEXT CONGRESSMANWhy SIDELIGHTSBy -Gen. E. M. Law, of Bartow, one of:i: t IIIII 111111111 III I J I : .j i r. xl:

the oldest living Confederate generals ;'tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllJlelllllllllllllllllll.

South Florida SentinelMORNING not let it stand as it is-lIon. ( W. S. Branch) spent Saturday in Jacksonville, ,

AND WEEKLY Claude L'Engle, and make him con- looking into reunion plans. The
Word comes from Brazil that Roose-
JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. gressman from the Fourth district? Times-Union says: "Gen. Law is now I
velt has shot a curucui. a rare
Many reasons can be legitimately very 77 years old. He is the only living
animal even in the South American Dickson1vos
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florid urged for a change in public servants. general on the Confederate side who I I Co
*, u Second Class Mail Matter. jungles. There are symptoms of a
The reasons, however, should be sound commanded a division. the battle of
serious disease in the vital parts of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES and the ground upon which a changeis Chickamauga, and is therefore the ,
Daily 1 Year ..........................S5.00 the Progressive party, and' possibly. "
Daily. 6 Months ....................... 2.50 demanded, understood by the com- Dr. Theodore is going to curucui the I highes tranking officer living.
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 mon people. Incompetency is easily
Daily 1 Month ....................... SO ailment.
understood. Disagreement with party
400 Claude L'Engle will speak in the
Weekly 1 Year ..............:........ 1.00 principles is easy of apprehension.Abuse .
Weekly 6 Months ..................... 75 Nothing very remarkable about Fourth if it should be necessary for DEPARTMENTAL STORE
of office for personal ends is him to do so, but none of his friends
understood by the average man. None that Jacksonville boy eleven years of think "he should be called home to I
TO ADVERTISERS: age selling real estate. Jacksonville take the stump. His record is clean,
of these be
> charges brought
y can is such and shows that despite the fact of his I I
that
it
realty a nearly
for and all other hand-set against Mr. L'Engle. snap
Copy duplay being crippled with rheumatism hej
:t adrertuinc mast be handed in at the business sells itself, and Jacksonville lads take has been the all the I
time
There has been no member of the on job and j Orlando's Favorite
't office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. a.
the day before publication. This rule applies lower house who has shown a greater J to the realty business as naturally as accomplished as much as mortal ShoppingPLACE
U chances for contract advertising is a colored boy take to watermelons. could. It would be an impositionupon
w invariable and will be strictly adhered to. interest in the success of the present I him to force him to come to
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administration, than the congress- Florida when he is busy with the affairs -
1r Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued man-at-large from Florida. We believe it was Thomas Paine, of state. It would be an imposition -
should notify the office in writing on
-. the date of expiration otherwise it will be Since Mr. L'Engle has been in I the noted skeptic, who proclaimed in I even if he were well and
continued at the regular subscription rates able to walk, but in L'Engle's pres-
the height of his popularity that in
he has been in
untri notice to stop is received. Washington crippled ent condition he should not be called
I' body but not in mind. It was a dra-I fifty years the Bible would be an un- upon to make a campaign.SanfordHerald.

THURSDAY. APRIL 16, 1911. matic scene, one recalling the daysof known book. Instead of that, within I .

the great Alexander Stephens, fifty years after his death Paine was

i JJt'l13 )3 plobaby.9oP Jdg around ,when Mr. L'Engle was rolled into the almost forgotten, and the Bible has I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS .

'Ill" P 1l/l'l'4 map nth. .:ts s'> as izwaii fl'1J. r a z aa>> 5.t> beec eoas aaEly iaecea'uu S' cS'vation :I
it made his speech on the canal tolls. until fait year tfa total Dumber -: Sealed{ proposals{ fox furnishing aH
: of that showed mind printed amounted to 4,9 9,61vol\ -: labor and material for the construction -
11 As president Taft was not always Reports speech a of a septic tank, addressed to the
popular, but as ex-president he is alert and informed upon what was umes. City Council of the City of Orlando,
: generous and lovable. Respect is hisIf concerning the country. While he did ,* I and endorsed "Proposal for Con-
The Times-Union I II' structing Septic Tank" will be received -
not with the Philosopher says:
due because he deserves it. agree president. was
not in such disagreement as to split "Highway robbery is still practiced,I by the City Commissioners at I II There9s No Let
0 I their office up to 2 p. m., April 21st,I Up
If James Alexander is running for the with the party any more than Mr.I' but is mostly confined to resort hotel I 1914. Plans may4be seen at the office '
state senate over in his bailiwick. Underwood or Mr. Clark. proprietors, waiters and bell boys."I II of the City Engineer on and after

friend of the Mr. L'Engle is in thorough accord Evidently he never attended a church Thursday, April 16th.
5 Jim Alec is a true peo- Th contractor whose bid shall be --
,Y pie and his course in this respect with President Wilson and the admin-I fair, had a package'come by express. accepted shall be governed by the

never varies. He has been on the istration and shows a keen sense of or paid a plumber's bill City Specifications for Disposal :

political turf for many years, and is appreciation of the aims of the present -I'I Works. Remarkable Sale
Democratic and that is If there is a city, town or villagein E. F. SPERRY, Mayor. .j
always found on the side of the common program, CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.
; folks. If Jim Alec gets all the all that is necessary for him to be effective Florida that hasn't an "Orange 4-16-4t
Of
This Season'sIJigh.Class
votes of the common people he will as a congressman from this avenue, or an "Orange street, we
i be overwhelmingly elected, and this is state. do not know where it is located. But NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

a likely forecast Mr. L'Engle has, however, made Oyez, Orlando's only original, ornate, Ratines-
Sealed proposals for the drilling of ,
opportune, ozonous "Orange" obvi- ;
o himself felt in Washington. He is one eight inch well will be received
The registration books in Orange the author of several bills that will ously overshadows them all. by the City Council at their office in

J county closed with less than two thou- mean much good to the entire coun- the City Hall up to 2 p. m., April FRENCH, ENGLISH, ITALIAN AND DOMESTIC
21st 1914.
sand names on the list. The old lists try, and especially Florida. if they The state convention of Odd Fel-I For, further information address I

contained over three thousand names. shall become law. His attitude on lows meets in Lakeland on the 21st II I Mr. S. A. Johnson, Commissioner of MANUFACTURE

t It is true that the county has been railroad legislaion is particularly of 22nd and 23rd of this month. The Public Works, or G. R. Ramsey, City I
I
1 divided since, and it is probable that interest to this state.It State Bankers' association; convention Engineer. E. F. SPERRY Mayor. Being our entire stock of these extremely fashionable -

J the new registration represents a fair is the belief of the Sentinel that will be held in that city also, taking I CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. fabrics. Of course there is a reason why this 4!
proportion of the voters in the countynow. Florida can not better herself by sub- place on the 24th and 25th of April. 4-16-4t
I slaughter of prices. 'Tis true. We anticipated to have
stituting for Claude
Certainly it represents about any one L'Engle,i
# all who should vote in the June pri therefore this paper urges all votersin an opening much earlier than we did, and made our pur-

mary. There were some who were Orange county to stand by the chases accordingly. Being almost a month late, we were

unavoidably prevented from register- present congressman-at-large from STYLESIN that amount of trade out. As a consequence, we art,
ing, but those vho failed otherwisedid Florida. Give him a chance and it LATEST heavier in these fabrics than we should be.
so simply because they hadn't interest may be relied upon that good will e

c enough in the matter to do so. come to the state by keeping :Mr.
Certainly they had ample notice L'Engle in congress. He is fearless ; ; If Price Concession Means Anything i

'. through the pre s. and honest and has always shown .

0 himself to be deeply interested in the Spring Millinery M Wednesday and Thursday should prove of exceptional

: ; Friday is the day set for Leo uplift of the common people. ;j interest to our many customers.

-ill Frank's execution, but notice has been -o-
r given that an extraordinary motion PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING -
Laces and Dress Materials Note
for a new trial will be filed today, These Reductions
During the summer I will do paint
which will the
automatically postpone I ing and paper hanging at $2.50 a day.
execution, but for how long it is impossible All work done in the best of work 36x40 inch heavy Ratines in all colors, includingcream

to tell. The report of Detective manship} also all kinds of floor finis MISSES: : HAMILTON & DUNN and white; our regular price 65c. For the two
and nude decorations. ,
\ ngos Drop a
Burns i is rather looked for today -
t. postal and I do the rest. Address G. C, days, 39c.
o the attorneys for Frank having SHULTZ, Box. 385, Orlando, Fla. I
t. sai 1 that they wished to examine his 4-14-6t. 1 wk. Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCalTs 40-inch French Ratines, in all the dainty Parisian

report before making their motion.It tones and Pastal shades; our regular price 85c; for the

l' is altogether likely that they are Put money in thy purse by adver-j Patterns two days, 49c.40Inch .

advised of the contents of the report, tising in the Sentinel. IliMMIMHmmiiMIMIIIIIHIHIMIIMMMtiHIIimMIMMMMMMMIi
( but this does not lessen public inter- Check Ratine, the real fabric for the twopiece -
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say. Burns in frequent interviewshas I
led the public to believe that he FOR 10 DAYS ONLYWe Five pieces Tropical Eponge Ratines, German manu-

has discovered new evidence. If he facture in dainty Knicker Striped effect; retails at 85c; .

should fail to make good his declarations offer an elegant soc Oriental Talcum Powder for 25c. Sample box I For the two days, 59c.

he will be in a large measure FREE for ladies.McELROY'S.

discredited. Being fully aware of Five Pieces Check Tweed Ratines
this, the detective can not afford to PHARMACY .

make a fizzle of the Frank case un-

less he has accumulated enough to PHONE 20 RELIABLE DRUGGISTS Scotch manufacture; 45 inches wide; ideal for sep

retire from the business. t'.IIIII.I".IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.1111I111I111111 1111111111 arate skirts, the separate Coatee, Auto Coats, etc., etc.

o Retails at $1.25; for the two days, 79c.LISTEN.
: The Sentinel regrets to observe a
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t note of pessimism in the heretofore ,

optimistic and charitable columns of : I

the Ocala Banner. The Banner seems ,
,
to think that the senior senator, Mr.
Fletcher, and the candidate opposinghim : How is this for a silk reduction? Genuine French,

Mr. Stockton are both inclinedto : All Silk Crepe Meteor; Lyons' Manufacture. 40 inches
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follow blindly the lead of President ," : wide in dainty colorings of tan, orange, saxe

t" Wilson, and rather intimates Are You Invited :
: copen,'pigeon, chandon, royal, navy, pink, rose and also
that it would prefer to support a can- I
I cream white and black.
didate who has the manhood to assert '' I ,
to social affair where
a wedding, an anniversary, or some
boldly that he would do what he be- : Our regular $2 values; for the Two days, $1.69. '
., lieved to be right whether it hap- a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure I,

- pened to be in line with the presi- : you will be interested in our display of the newest and :

dent's policies or not The Sentinel '. .
most artistic'designs inCUT ,:'
believes :- ; "" '
that either of the gentlemenin _

question would fit the requirementslaid .
GLASSThere
down by the Banner. Nobody

who knows him would question the ,
moral courage of Mr. Stockton to assert are so many odd pieces and attractive sets

his beliefs, and Mr. Fletcher has here, that seem peculiarly! appropriate for gift giving.
given evidence that he is
equally
We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe
courageous. His vote on the Lorimer

question proves this. Nobody knew more. acceptable.T.H.Evans. Our Mail Order r r DepaltifientIs
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better than Senator Fletcher that his I -

# stand in this matter would be unpop- .-

ular in Florida, yet he voted according ... a great help to our out-of-town customers, make
ft' to his lights and belief. We have 4 use of it whenever you can. Samples or information

.1 B never yet heard any man approve the cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

senator's stand in this regard, yet he Write for one of our illustrated mail order cata-

4 has the confidence of a great many, logies. We invite comparison values.,
.. not to say all, who give him credit .
-. for having acted as his convictions

directed.: The, Banner has especial

reference to the tolls repeal, being
the JewelerOPPOSITE
opposed to the repeal Both Fletcher ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPINGPLACE!'
1 and Stockton have said, that they i
4a agree with the president ink avori3

the repeal. The'lBanner\. must 'admfl POSTOFFICE
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cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- I COMMITTEES F01 R one thousand nip k=rt. n.. : ;, .jJ:. .
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No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Caramels meeting of the Civic League was Orlando Florida
called for yesterday afternoon for t he,
This will be pleasing news to DIr Ask Your Friends
Taffies, etc. purpose of electing a secretary, bas ut Cheney's many friends in Orlando.

FRESH EVERY DAY. the twenty members necessary t t) The groom is the younger son of Mr.

form a quorum were not in attendance and Mrs. John M. Cheney, and is a Why they buy from usthey
no business could be transacted
Mrs. young man of exceptional talents and will tell you, it is
Edwards appointed the new committees -
ability. He received his finishing education
and requested Mrs. Jame: at Dartmouth college, and it

BUTT'S' Magruder to act as secretary pn was while he was a student there that BecauseWe
KLNOY KITCHEN f fThe
tem. The next regular meeting wil the romance began which was consummated
be held on the last Monday in April], in the Easter
marriage
and at this time the election of ;1 Sunday. He is manager of the gas \ 'e have the goods, we haves 0

home of pure home-made Candies secretary will be held. It is earnestly department of the Orlando Light ane the price and give you

hoped that every member of thi Water and this him
company, gives prompt, courteous and pleasing -
league will be present, as many mat-
business
Orange AvenueWADE prominence along with his
terse of : service.Come.
importance will be discussedThe t. well established social connections.

following committees were appointed In every circle he is a favorite, which

: bespeaks for his bride that sponta- and See
Public Health Miss Elizabeth Porter I
niety of welcome which she unquestionably
Mrs. Harold Beardall, Mrs. Rush, deserves on her own
ac
Messrs. B. T. Boyd and A. B. Newton Mrs. Benedict, Mrs Solomon, Mrs. count.
1! staunch and substantial citizens Mathews. Allen & Co.
t of Winter Garden the ,
were
among Streets and Parks-Mrs. S. A. DAUGHTERS DISCUSS PLANS
THE TUNER
welcome visitors to the county me- Johnson, Mrs. Warlow, Mrs. Helei
FOR MEMORIAL DAY
I
ORLANDO, FLA. jtropolis JewelersPrompt
I I yesterday. Bliss, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. D. C. ,
'1 Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Reed left yesterday Thompson.
A program of exceptional interest U
I for their home at New Albany, Ways and Means-Mrs. John Me was given yesterday at the monthly Repairing.

)(r. E. H. Evans, of Utica, N. Y.,''Ind. They were joined here by their Ewan, Mrs. Woodruff. Mrs. GeorgE meeting of the local chapter of the Guaranteed.

is a late arrival at the San'Juan.Mr. i i daughter, Mrs. Bradt, and child, who Newell, Mrs. Gedge, Mrs. C. E. Saunders .. Daughters of the Confederacy held in Everything!
.were on their way from Cuba. Mrs. C. G. Wescott, Mrs. Bee.
J. S. Cavanaugh has returnedto the Chapter House, and about twenty
his home at Fort Thomas. Ky. .: Mr. S. Y. Way and Mr. Gray Rush man, Miss Antoinette Slemons, Mrs. members were present for the entertaining
leave this morning by motor to attend Hauselt, Mrs. Dolive. talks on the life and work of
Mr. Roy Crabb came up from Plant the annual meeting of the state Charities- Miss Corinne RobinsonMrs. Jefferson Davis.

City yesterday to make a short stay. association of fire insurance agentsto Topliff, Mrs. Sperry, Mrs. F. H Mrs. L. H. Lawrence, a descendant

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gentile and be held at Ocala Thursday and Fri Williams, Mrs. J. L. Giles, Mrs. J. C... of Davis, talked very delightfully of Ibr

son, Master Joseph, will leave today day. Jones, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr. a* visit which she, when a small child, .w -, ;, .cI!

for Cincinnati: | The stork paid a visit tq the homes Junior Branch-Mrs Campbell.Mrs.. had made to his home and described I -

I Dr. C. G. McCall, of New, York, i of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kemp in Tampa Hoskins, Mrs. Laughlin, Miss Jear.I very vividly many incidents connectedwith IMItilllHlltmillMHIiMIIMIIHMIIIMt.

spending today in Orlando, a guest of Tuesday, and left a daughter. Person Mrs. Brodwater. his personal life. His life as a
the San Juan. Mrs. Miss Kate Education-Mrs. John Fuller, Mrs.
Kemp was formerly statesman and as a soldier was the Cheese! Cheese!
Misses Lydia and Emma Keiser left :Dawson and resided here for several Simmons, Miss Mary Holt, Mrs. theme of an interesting talk by fir s.

}yesterday to' visit their old home in years. Christ, Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Mattie Davis Fuller, who emphasized the strong
Wauseon Ohio. Mrs. Cheney, Mrs. Helen Wright, character We have received another shipment
i Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Loveland left of the president of the Con
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Harrington yesterday for their home in Ashta- Membership Mrs. Brittain, Mrs: federacy. of the New York famous cream cheese.

left !ast night for their summer homein bula, 0., having spent the winter at Lawrence, Miss Willie Person, Mrs: Plans for the celebration of memorial -

CIoAerdale, N. Y. ]their pretty home on Lakeview ave- Dow, Mrs. T. H. Evans. day were discussed, and will be Good Coffee

Mr. C. C. Buchanan, Jr.,,of Bartow,'nue. Their many friends will look Legislation (Curfew. VagrancyBird :, made public within a few days.
Protection)-Mrs. Thayer, Mrs: ,.
forward to their early return in thefaL
spending is among today the in prominent Orlando. Floridians* Haden, Mrs. Curtiss, Mrs. Drew, Mrs. WEDNESDAY CARD CLUB MET Try a pound of our 'bulk coffee. A good .

I Mrs. Edmund N. Holt, of Green Harriet Miller, Mrs. Bellows. WITH MISS McKEE coffee at a cheap price.
Mrs. A. H. Darrow has returned to Mrs. A. A. Morey has her
own com: The Wednesday Card club held its
Cove Springs, is the attractive house
: her home in Chicago after a visitwith mittee.
her daughter, Mrs. W. L Lewis. 1 guest of her sisters, Mrs. Chas. Lordand last meeting for the season yesterday We have some more Orange Blossom
i Mrs. H. F. Bliss. Mrs. Holt was afternoon at the home of Miss Cynthia
; Major J. S. Dargan, one of Tampa'sprominent .|formerly Miss Taylor, and has many MRS. BROWX HOSTESS FOR McKee, on South Main street Honey in the comb.
citizens. is today POINSETTIA
spending CLUB
I friends who welcome her visits to the The high score for the afternoon was
in Orlando, guest of the San Juan.
a
made Mrs. Hallet
city. by a guest of the
Mrs. B. L Armstrong, sisterinlawof I Mrs. Thomas 0. Brown was hostess club, while the best record for the
Mrs. Chas. Granniss Mrs. J. B.
Dr. Geo. Porter, arrived in Or j for the Poinsettia club yesterday afternoon made THE SANITARY
.'Lawton, Mrs. E. J. Temple, Mrs. Jo- year was by Mrs. J. B. Lawton.i GROCERY
lando last night from Daytona on a.I and ten guests were invitedto The drawing room was prettily decorated -
sink Ferris, and Mrs. W. C.' McLeanwill
visit join the regular players for a series with
roses, and the hostess
leave early this morning by motor .of CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Messrs. T. W. and Joe Lawton, rep for Clermont, where they will games of auction bridge. served a daintily prepared cream
A
color
resentative citizens of Oviedo, were spend the day. The party will be scheme of pink and white course. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
among the visitors to Orlando last in Minneola Mrs. was used in the roses which formed In attendance were Mesdames Co-
joined by Eugene
night : I Hunt. the decorations for the day, in the hoon, Hallet, W. G. Johnson, Hamilton

Mr. and Mrs..: W. P. Guy, who have I Mr. and Mrs. David J. Bailey arrived score refreshments cards, and of also in the delicious Johnson. E. J. Temple, J. I. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
f been strawberry ice cream, Thornton, Lawrence Watson, W. E.
the
stopping at Wyoming, left I :
in Orlando from Grififin
yesterday cakes and bon-bons. l
yesterday for their home in Worcester II Hudson, 0. S. Robinson, E. F. Sperry, FUNERAL DESIGNS
Ga., and will spend a week or The
Mass. guests included Mesdames C,. and Misses McKee. S
I more here. Mr. Bailey has visited P. Dow, L. A. Spencer, J. B. Lawton, The dub will not meet again until ..lllllallllllllll.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII...
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Whittaker, Orlando on numerous occasions to Harriet Miller -
and Misses Charlotteand the first
Wednesday in November.
who have been stopping with J. D. look after his property interests in Grace Holt, May Kilmer, Nell] .
Keneker,' left yesterday for their' this section. They are stopping at Thomas, Margaret Hart and Grace TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR No. 1 Bargains Left
home at Wilmore, Ky. I the'St. Charles. Crooks. The club
members
in attendance The following has been offered fcj
Mr. P. D. Lindsey, arrived in 0 rMr.!I J. W. Dickins has arrived from were the hostess, and Mesdames RENT-Permanently, unfur- sale:

lando yesterday from Charleston, S. Jacksonville to take the night trickat C. E. Saunders, W. M. Lege,, nished, at South Lake and South No. 1. 3 acres of good land, im
C., to consult Dr. Hal Beardall in reference W. P. Watson streets, nice lower flat has
: the Western Union Telegraph com Chas. Campbell, Wm. very ; five proved. 6-room house (plastered),
to an afflicted eye. pany's office in Orlando, relieving Mr. Green, George McCullough,. and Miss veniences.rooms and bath Address and all C.modern Goesswein con, just over city line Sale price $1,100

Col. Walter P. Corbett and daughters Guy Empie, who leaves today for Mary Holt Lake Davis. 4-16-tf cash; or time payments $1,200, $500
Misses Alice, Elizabeth and Marjorie Hastings to take charge of the office cash and monthly payments of $15

of Jacksonville, are spending there during the potato shipping sea: Dance Russell's Point Thurs day A 41-2 ACRE ORANGE GROVE per month.

today in Orlando,* guests of the San son. Mr. Dickins was born in Orlando evening, April 16th. A cordial invitation Has on it a 6-room house, 255 orange No. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles oat, unimproved *

p Juan. and though it has been some to all. Conveyances opposite the! in bearing and grapefruit; near depot trees and, postoffice.nearly all ; good orange land; $25 per g

tme since he lived here he feels perfectly postoffice. Good music and a good( Price $1.500 cash. Call on W. A. acre, cash.
Take the Seaboard sleeper_to Jack at home. time. II Branner, Maitland, Fla. 4-16-3t No. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber,
sonville. Leave 8:30 p. m. and arrive -- rI iiI : ;5 miles out on proposed brick high

in Jacksonville 6:45 a. m. 4-14-tf Sentinel "wants" fill yow wtnte. Job printing at the Sentinel WANTED-White and woman for cook way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared..
general housework; small fam-
,1
This can be bought for $20 acre,
., --- ily; modern conveniences; suburban I I ICII per
t MiMIMMtlfiniMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMMItHitlllHIIIHIMMIHIIIiliMMMil lM I home good pay. Box 54, Orlando. the same as some are asking $75 to
4-16-3t 1 $150 for. Owner is North and wants
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money.
: ROOMS FOR RENT-Elegantly furnished No. 4. 2 homesteads for sale cheap
At The Lucerne I rooms; reasonable] through
\ If interested
Today I summer. 406 E. Pine. 4-16-lw \ you are get particulars.
SSIHG No. 5. I also have the cheapest

Opening Piano Studio April 15th. HS ; 3-4 acre tot, witfm house in the
: For particulars address Mac Tall- city of Orlando. in a white section.
I man Care Grand Theater, or Phone 'BEAUTY Price $375. '
t "The Bridge that Failed, a most wonderful Eclectic in :I No.4-3-1m.239 from 11 to 12 a. m. PAINT' If you want any property, city or
A
three complete reels. Thrilling from start to finish. FOR EVERY country; want to,rent, or have prop.
... Eat what you want erty to sell or rent, see me for good

\ "The Crucible," a ,one reel American. Eat all you want. PURPOSE service.: .
Take a postscript and forget it. o F
For sale by all druggists. CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND
Catcher ;
"Thief
a Keystone comedy. g: 17d&wlyrRubber I
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"Our Mutual Girl," a one reel Reliance. Stamps made to order at 19 ff.BUSINESS Church St. EXCHANGE Phone 398.
UlD P4
Warman's
Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. t1 NTf :
"SOME BILL."

OSTEOPATHY q

Saturday"The Fall Of Constantinople," a beautiful I, Good Wood $1.50 t ut&Ca 0 4

hand colored GAUMONT in three complete reels. I Better Wood $2 and $2.25 Hours DR. J. C ,.HOWELL .
A. L. BECK LUMBER CO. 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo t
i I Best Kiln extra charge for house treatment.
Wood
2.50 and $2.75 Dried Lumber and Building


) Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents I This won't last long, Phone 451 Material.- Orlando, Fla. Office cor.Telephone Orange connections and Central Aves. Y

Stock while can.
up you
Balcony: 5 Cents WOOD, COAL AND ICE Buy your garden seed from DeLa
ney & Abernethy. Just received a k
Orlando Wood Yard Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's: big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf '

Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
104 W. Pine St. I Sentinel want advertising brings ,
SEED! SEED! SEED! .
the buyers to *
B. W. KINGSLEY probable see your prop
filii III 11111 11111 II II 1111..111. r Tr.I'11 I'U _. rllllllllllllllllll' Proprietor Garden and field seed. DeLaney &}, v ,
t I erty.
. 3-13-tf
i Abernethy, druggists. ;
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.. WINTER PARK for few days with attack ofgrip. .
a an I We insure your life and loan you
v PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAEERS MilliiiMMilllllimilllillililMliilitiiMM ..
money on real estate at 6 per cent ..

The New Seminole has been closed interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
At the
business the Y.
of
't. I P. S. C. E. last Friday meeting'night the fol- for this season, having been patronized Curry, Building, Tampa,325d&wtfFOR Fla. : .

lowing officers elected for the very well and making a large ORLANDO A
were Notice of Lost Wanted, For Sale, For WASllINGTON
next six months: President, Miss place in the love of those who were Rent etc, for this column. lIe for one day RENT ,
ice for three days, or ILQO for oat week for
f Florence Betts; vice-president, S. guests. U worth or leu. Money most accompany WANTED-Ladies to bring their
the advertisements for this column combings to us. Don't destroy
Harrison Shirley, our college "southpawhas as no
; secretary-treasurer, John. insertions will be made on credit them. We will make what want
to Sioux City, la., to play you DRAWING ROOM
Harris; lookout committee, Mrs. C. E. gone' Come and see our stock and examineour

Enlow; prayer meeting committee,.R. on their ball team. McClintock, the FOR SALE work. We invite inspection. If

0. Ward; social committee, Maud En- stir first baseman, has gone to Mon- An elegant modern home; four bed you havn't the hair we supply it Our SLEEPING CAR '

low; music' committee, Katherine treal for the baseball season, and Mel- rooms; two bath rooms; gas and electricity stock is genuine. We make every-
vin has throughout fruit trees and thing to order. We pay cash for
also joined his team for the ;
Betts; flower u committee, _Percy_ Dale__ ; summer. I' flowers. 509 East Central avenue. combings.We VIA
corresponding secretary. Mattie May 215tf. beg to announce that we have
Harris. The business Miss Reed. for ten years at the secured the exclusive agency for the I I
meeting was -- -
c, followed by a pleasant social hour. head of the expression department of FOR SALE well-known and popular card Clow's and Knit ATLANTIC' L
Hosiery. Drop us a sam- COAST T LINE f
Refreshments were served. Rollins, gave a recital at Knowles Nursery stock, one, two, three and ples will be submitted for your inspection -
5 hall last night four year old buds; Foster Early, at your leisure. The goodswe
The decorations at the Congrega- Mr. Cushman has the foundation Pineapple, Java, Hoaosassa, Wash- handle are the kind that satisfy.

tional church last Sunday morningwere ready which to his ington Navel Address Mrs. M. Kahle NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 503 Gar-
pronounced by competent judgesto on place new Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf land St. 3-23-1 mo OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.i .
house. It is a "portable" house and
be the finest and most appropriatefor
will be placed ready to accommodatethe FOR 'SALE-Black Minorca eggs. FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house,
Easter that had ever been before. For rent three suite for light garden and farm land, on Conway I
family early next winter. room
Mr. Percy Dale is certainly an artistin housekeeping all conveniences. Wm. clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115.
;
Two
auto loads of
our townspeople anti

decorating.The meeting. of the Fortnightly; I last spent week one on day a at very Wekiwa delightful Springs pic- Orlando L. Coryell, Fla., 201 Concord Ave.3-31-tf west,' FOR 3-20-lra-d&w RENT-Two office- spaces in Tuesdays J n SaturdaysFOR i t r J


: : club was held at the home of Rev. nic. FOR SALE-Ba>igains in improvedand our store at No. 9 W. Church street :

and Mrs. Dill, with Miss Wallace, of unimproved land. See S. S.I' Come in and we will show you. Pierce I RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON I

the music department and Miss Dead- Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2- 6-w1m Electric Co. 329tfMMIMMMMMIMIimiilllllMIIIMMIII :
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR W. R. O'NEAL._ City_ Ticket Aeent., Tehnhnnp_ .... 71. I
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erick of the
expression departmentof
Rollins college, as the entertainers REPRESENTATIVE ; ; W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

and they filled their, parts well. ORLANDO, FLA.

Refreshments were served by the hos I hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county, subject for Representative to George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .

tess. The next meeting of the club the action of the Democratic primary, to be G. Kirkland
Division Passenger
held June 2nd. One Left to Sell Agent, Tampa.
will be with Mrs. A. J. Twitchell, as J. H. REESE. Bungalow

hostess, next Monday night, April FOR REPRESENTATIVEI .. MMtMHIIIIIMIIillliiHiiiiUMilHMfttlfMITHE '

J. ,
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20th.Mr. hereby announce my candidacy for Representative -
C. Fred Ward has been walk- from Orange county, subject to M. J. DAETWYLER , , .
the action of the Democratic primary to be '
around with the of crutches
ing use he>4 June 2nd. -

', as the result of chasing some chick S. S. GRIFFIN.

ens, but is improving.The FOR REPRESENTATIVE ... ...
public school baccalaureate Yielding to what appears to be the desire : Phone 563HiMmiHtllMllltJHMittlllHIMIIMMMIIHMMl
of leading citizens in almost every precinct -
" sermon will be preached by Rev. C L of Orange county that one of the candidates -
E. Entow at the :1 to be nominated for Representative AltamonteI
< Congregationa in the primary election of June 2nd should
:: church, May 10th, and the graduate s be from the country precincts I hereby announce .
myself a
of the high school department ar, candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. I

working overtime these days to ge t: MEMBER FOR SALE-Good upright piano; FOR RENT CHEAP-Four room I Jl !L
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
house, unfurnished close in. Inquire :
has beon used only three months
their graduating themes ready fo] ;
will sell at a bargain. Call on Judge after 4 p. m. at 207 Palmetto I
I hereby myself
announce as a candidate Altamonte
commencement for re-election to the office of Member of i LaBar, at 5 W. Livingston avenue. street, near Presbyterian church. : I Springs FlaA I
The family started for Washington, Board of Public Instruction Orange County 47.1w 4-12-31 .
D. C., last Monday ,night with the frem District No.3, subject to the coming: Phone 646 for Hudson-and Chal :
primary. Very respectfully beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)
service. Auto
mers livery
WM. EDWARDS. FOR SALE-Ten of land repairing
of the late Commodore acres one
body Dyer, ;
Come and the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or-
Zellwood. Fla. in six a specialty. Roy H. Barnard, 17' out get I
where it will be laid to rest in the acre bearing orange grove; Hewey street, Orlando Fla. 4-9-6t chestra, etc. The Altamonte has the mist beautiful and healthful
cleared of land suitable :
FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION acres ; part I location in high ridge between two lovely lakes 40
beautiful government cemetery at I hereby myself for gardening and trucking located Florida _on : ; ..
I announce as a candidate! ; '
Arlington. A good man is gone from I for re-dectien to the office of Supervisor of, half mile from city limits on public e acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, bowling, Billiards, ismng, Shooting *
MISCELLANEOUSFirst Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve-
Registration for Orange County, subject to road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., ,
among us. the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
Box 3-10-tf
Mrs. Litzendorf has sold her homeon 1914. FRANK H. WILLIAMS. care 431. city. class Brazing a specialty at Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.

the north shore of Lake Osceolato POTATO PLANTSI Warman's Repair Shop 01 Court St. --- ---- ----

.} Mr. Nichol. who purchased it for hereby announce FOR SHERIFFI myself as a candidate will pay $1.00 per thousand fer 125tf. I : GEORGE E. BATES & SON PROPRIETORS II
,
his daughter, Miss Nichol, who will for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet po- .
I be remembered Democratic primary, of June 2nd, 1914. tato plants, from now until June 15th.P. One hundred and sixty acres of fine 1 I SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT VERNOX, X. H. ;
by many as taking FRANK GORDON. farm land, near Maning, North Dakota "'
Pine Castle Fla.
M.
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Shanibarger, IMIIiilMMMMHMIIIIMIMillimilieiHillMOMIiSouvenir
part in the play when "Mr. Smith FOR SHERIFFI 3-31-lm 80 acres under cultivation in
good location. Will trade for
orange
in Search of Cook.
was a
announce myself as a candidate for the
' office of Sheriff of Orange County, Florida, grove or city property. For full par-
A boat house Lake Fairviewwas
on FOR SALE-Restaurant business
ticulars address C. E. Piatt
subject to the Democratic primary.). I am a Conway,
burned Monday afternoon, the native of Orange county. In asking the votes consisting of steel range, oil stove, Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw Postal CardsYou
fire being discovered about the of my fellow citizens, I pledge myself to discharge -i cooking utensils, tables, chairs, and -- .
same the duties of the office without fear:
silverware. Will sell at bargain. Address FOR RENT-By the month
or ,
time the or favor to any man for the upholding of the year
as boys were seen running
H. W. Rhodes. Winter Park,I modern
laws and the preservation of peace and good seven room house. Apply
from that direction. Such deeds deserve order in the county. Fla. 4-9-3t I 217 East Robinson avenue. 4-4-8t have to buy them whether you wish to
WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR --
severe punishment HORSES FOR SALE-Weight 80fto(
Rev. Dr. Carnine, presiding elder I am a candidate COUNTY for COMMISSIONER the office of County 1500 pounds. Prices right. Dr. More help wanted? Room to let or not, so why not go where you can find the

i {lor.this district, preached at both Commissioner of Orange county from Wienenga, Dann's Transfer. 4-9-3t er wanted Advertise in the SentineL -
District 2. If elected I
promise to serve the
i services at the M. E. church EasterSunday. people to the best of my ability, having resided FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room Be sure to read the ads. intoday's finest quality and largest assortment? If
here a number of years, I am qualified
Sentinel.
They bring results.
to know the needs of the section and furnished house. Will rent all or
11 The Y. W. C. A. of Rollins gave a the people. part of it, by the month or year. we cannot show you twice as many different

lawn festival Respectfully Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman I i I W. T. ENTRICAN.
s on the college campus A. C. STARBIRD
Monday night at which about twenty Apopka Fla. street. 4-2-2wks'Offers to Orlando the newest and best styles of Orlando view cards as any other
FOR COMMISSIONER I I of workmanship in the and
dollars cleared FOR SALE-New five- painting
,
were this will be used I hereby announce nyrelf a candidate for two-story
to send a delegate to the Y. W. C. A. reelection. Commissioner from District No. room house, with bath. Modern in decorating 1-21-lm trade. Phone 636. firm in the city, we will give you cards free
S, Orange county Florida subject to the every way. Just off Lucerne Circle.
conference at Blue Ridge in June. action ef the Democratic primary to be held I
', June 2nd, 1914. Good bargain to prompt buyer.I, Buy garden seed from DeLaney of charge. Ma.ke'us prove it.
The colored people were out in full J. L. DILLARD. Owner, phone 466, city. I & your -

5 force last Saturday to witness a FOR COMMISSIONER 4-10-eod-lmo big shipment Abernethy.of fresh Just seed.received 3-13-tf a
of ball between the married I hereby announce myself a candidate for
game re-elecfi as County Commissioner from FOR SALE-One S. A. Wood's planer W. S. BRANCH
e and single men, on the Rollins dia District No. 1 of Orange county subject to and matcher, 6x24; one Hall & Why worry about cooking during ,
the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your
? mond; the smoke of battle is still in support wCl be greatly appreciated. Brown double surface planer, No. 45, the hot weather? Try the twenty-

the air and the noise is lessening.Mr. M. 0. OVERSTREET.FOR 6x30. Address Overstreet Crate Co.,.five cent meals at the Arcade Restaurant The Arcade Book and Music Store
COUNTY COMMISSIONER Orlando, Fla. 4-ll-6t 4-10-6t t
C. H. Ward has I
been laid up I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
i County. Commissioner ,Orange County FOR SALE-First class hoisting engine -i -

t greatly District Democratic appreciate tour primary, subject: your June to support the%Dd,action 1914. of I will the! price., wire J. F., Ange cables,. over, etc.People's, at half Na-I 4MIIIMiHIQIMIMMMMMIICIMIiMiiiMMI'\' \\\,HiltMMThere's ,\,\\' \\ii\ \\\i\iI !

Yours truly, tional bank. 4-14-3t
MAY BEES-AN ESSAY C. J. SWEET.
Pine Castle Fla. FOR SALE-Two show cases and ta-
By Claude L'Engle Show Here
FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONER ble. Reasonable if sold at once.I a Style
I announce myself as a candidate for r Gardner's Needlecraft Shop, 5 North I j,
Dont't Get election to the office of County Commissioner _
;T Stung- Orange avenue. 4.14-2t I
Orange County, District Five, subject
to the decision of the Democratic primary
bees little in
May are good June, 2nd, 1914. FOR SALE OR RENT-On easy
sects, Respectfully terms, 8 acres of fine land in city in the Year
} But they don't fly in June Christmas Fla. E. L. BROWNFt. limits; 5 room house, small barn, Every Day

I In the June primary- Grove, 200 bearing trees; a good J2
FOR TAX ASSESSORI room house, modern improvements,
Don't waste time on May hereby announce my candidacy for the on West Central avenue. Also a new ,
II> office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject 7 house finished modern
bees. room nicely ,
Some other man may be all called to for the June action 2nd of, 1914.the Democratic If nominated primary and: improvements. Inquire No. 6 Terry Home makers will find a visit through our
elected I street, city. 4-9-lw
pledge you my faithful service.
right for you in Congress; ARTHUR BUTT.
Some other man may be in FOR SALE I big store an interesting treat. We have here the
FOR COUNTY TREASURERI Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week-
line with progressive De- hereby announce myself a candidate for
Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the ly, no interest. 'I I of necessities for the furnishingof
mocracy. Democratic primary: of June 2nd, 1914. Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 most delightful
Some other man may be J. H. TUCKER. acres land, lake front $1,250.

,able to think for the people FOR TAX COLLECTORI 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- the modern home.
after election hereby announce myself as a candidate lando. $10 per acre.
for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando.
But may be some other man Orange County, subject to the Democratic $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. .
primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If i
: reelected -
won't. I pledge to you my faithful service A. LEWTER. We specialize in high-grade furniture at a
And may be you'll get .as I have endeavored to give W. in E. the MARTIN.past 4-14-d&w-lm .

Vii- stung fooling with him. We invite in and
moderate
You know that Claude TO RENT-Eight rooms, bath, hot WANTED I price. you to come .
water, electric !Sights. with spien- t
L'Engle is NOT a may be; did garden. Low rent to the right look the
FURNISHED FLAT to rent for sum- over display.
-! You know that he .will party. 308 West street 4-14-St mer; rent very reasonable; good

think and act for you, WANTED-Stenographic work by tenants chief consideration. ApplyR.
Because he is now in Con- S. B., this office. 4-10-lw
job, day or permanent Best refer-

" gress doing this very thing. ences. Experienced. Phone 403. WANTED good roll top desk. PRICE SRIGhT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHT

When you can get a sure 4-15-3t Must be a bargain for cash. Ad-

,* thing FOR RENT-Large, well furnished dress "H. tare Sentinel. 4-ll-3t

Don't risk the best chance rooms for light housekeeping, in I.
that ever happened. modern home, close in. 312 North WANTED-Unfurnished house, 7 or ,
Main street more rooms, close in. Phone 634. '
Claude L'Engle has been FOR 4-14-6t 4-10-7t :

time-tried and firetested Two high SALE-OR-rnADE-grade young Jerseys and WANTED-Position as chauffeur.I: '

in the fights for the one native milch cow; free milkers Will give references. Address 522 : Kincaid & Snowden

people's rights.He and perfectly gentle. W. Church street 4-ll-3t I II
is the one sure thing One eight year old horse, works I
r single or double; also have a good WANTED-Position as cook and :
for you in this race for five year old horse that works extra laundress, or general housework.I I

Congress in the Fourth good under the saddle. not afraid of Address 522 W. Church street :

District. train or auto. 4-ll-3t I. ORLANDO'SIILOW% PRICE FURNITURE E HOUSE
One
.
He is there for one term, light, two-horse wagon, har-
ness.One WANTED-Position as cook or to do :
Keep him there for another light top buggy and harness, general housework. Address "Eng- .

Vote for Claude L'Engle good as new. lish- care Sentinel 4. 0-3t : Cor. Main and Pine Sts.Orlando Florida.nnnnntnnsIIsnssuuusssuussuuuU1flflUtHunu
first Will sell at a bargain for cash or ,
first class security. Will trade for WANTED-Two young men at busi- :
Take a,chance second anything of equal value. ness college to work out part of :
W. H. GRAESER, tuition. Orlando Business College. 1 '<
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EMPIRE HOTELFRONTS ON THREE STREETS. ROOMS 75c, $1.00 AND

$1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.

100 ROOMS J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.


EVERY ROOM WITH BATH \ OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.

,CENTS NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to
$ .00 A DAY MEALS 50 '

$5.00PER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

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

summer. .,
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EVERY ONE TAKE HOLD MlltlMIIMillitfttltiilllltMlittmiltHitltttltlt " " 'IMMMH '"

Just Bargains

., There is always one subject on We Will Put the Reinsof THE
MARKETOf
which every'one agrees. That is the That's All
desirability of "boosting the town."
Success in Your
Movements of this kind always en
$3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruitand Cleanliness Of
counter the difficulty that many busi QualityFRESH
trees. 120 are
ness men won't give time to them. HandsHow orange
large seedlings and the balanceare
,Not merely that, often they stand off AND SALT MEATS
from' to three old
one
year
and criticise those who are doing
their best to push. ? By furnishing you with buds. Near city.$3,250.Choice FISH AND GAME

No town can ahead far or fast home in city; 8
go
4 where many people take that atti a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative rooms, large> lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

tude. Also it is absolutely necessary call on He will give you a $2,400.-Good 7-room house, screened from the
you. East Side. Close in, only five Everything away flies, and kept fresh
'I for business men to be willing to give
time to serve on committees and hold formula that will make and mature minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.
of choice lots and
in formed to a num-
office mote the organizations collective interest. pro your fruit. ber of exceptionally good city We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Too often efforts of this kind fail and grove propositions. We have everything in the Meat Line.
i for rent several furnished bun.
because they are left for a few to
galows and flats close in.
Some
carry usually on.because mistakes. a few are have made.been it left is by the year and others 'till the The PARLOR MARKET

to shoulder' the responsibility.The ft Southern Ferlifizer f r Co. make winter your season wants begins.known.Call and

growth of a town brings big,
dividends to all who own any property I I I H. M. Self & Co.
or any business there. If every, ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
business man would give a small fraction Cooper & Atha i PINE STREET

of his time to carrying on work ililillitMllillMIHHtlMlllltltmtHtltMtBllttHJust
114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
1, for town betterment, there would result Phone No. 80
an uplift that would pay better Phone No. 311
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POINTED PARAGRAPHS ..'.I..I..I.II.I.t..II.I.III'IIII" .., Mill'' " .
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Money is a man's greatest trouble
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if he hasn't any. \ MJ .
t a Some people tell the truth because i

hey can't think of a suitable lie. I W. M. SLEMONS

fi Money talks, but it never gets a .

chance to say much at bargain sales. arrived car load
About all most arguments are fit

for is to promote unnecessary con. FORDS for immediate -
i versation.But New Goods
Arriving Daily
I a girl who is an expert at mak- delivery.
.
ing angel cake may have a demon

If disposition.After Get yours nowF. .
a girl gets married she helps

her girl friends to the same sort of G. RUSH,
trouble.

4 Nothing looks more pitiful than an Phone 226 We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
old woman arrayed in her daughter'scast

off finery. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

t It costs some people a lot to live
because their neighbors are afflicted Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. I Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
a 4
ith the borrowing habit. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet Orr Drv Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
Occasionally we see a married man .
it neaking through life looking as if & Co. best: place in the city to trade. '

his wife had caught him smoking a

1 cigarette.-Chicago News. _
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I lAr Cairo, Ill., L C._________11:07 pm T Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25 pm v Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pmv the Summer Time. Hot water is one of the most
Ar Carbondale, 11., I. C.12:13 am T Wayeross. A. C. L..ll:50am 10:25 pm Waycross. A. C L. .............lo:Yo pm home. This is
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Louis:, All diningcar. can and dining ear. between Jacksonville and Pullman sleeping car and coach. you very
| Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and turning on the faucet. _
For ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. -l
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rations}, all ont DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and .
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Solid train carrying electric lighted 'com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANY
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or artment observation sleepers and eleetlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
D. W. WHITE, Depot, Ticket Agent. ighted lass coaches section and drawing-room smoking ear.sleepers.Dining Fint-car I and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear Gas Department
Atlantic Coast Line, frrtn meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati

.'Orlando. :

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bor of Vera Cruz who had been sent Y

ashore to the for the
postoffice V
i Statement of the Condition of +/ v
2w4 1
ship's mail and who was in uniformand : T
who had the official mailbag on t
his back was arrested and put into 1 e
i e $
; jail by the local authorities. He was i _ _
". subsequently released and a nominal

ORLANDO, FLORIDAAt punishment inflicted upon the officer : .... .. .: j::; :} ..,:
s : r {ii..
who had arrested him; but it was significant -
the close of business April 11th, 1914 that an orderly from the fleet

of the United States was picked out .
from the many persons constantly go- ; Would you rather be

ing ashore on various errands from .;' '. .' ., .
RESOURCESLoans the various ships in the harbor repre- ;. .: : E'DJSON! I or CARNEGIE ? : .
and Discounts :. . . . . $ 478,675.50 senting several nations. a :

Overdrafts ... . . . . . . 940.80 "Most serious of all, the officialsin ..' "EDISON forbidden by physician to take.
Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 15 ,131.7.t charge of the telegraph office at another vacation."--Tribune Sept. 15 1913.
,
Furniture and Fixtures . : . 13,106.55 ::Mexico City presumed withhold an ,

Real Estate . . . . . . 9,145.29 i official dispatch of the government of Why? Because having worked twenty hours .
r Cash on hand and due from banks . 385515.22 the United States to its embassy at
a day, his system will not permit a change; he
Mexico City until it should have been
Total . . . . . . $1,041.515.10 sent to the censor and his permission : must work or die, and die working Yet, he is

., ,, received to deliver it, and gave the :: a poor man as wealth is considered today
,
."..,.f,\. .,: dispatch into the hands of the charge
Y I d'affaires of the United States only CARNEGIE, having enjoyed a continual

y.. LIABILITIES I upon his .personal and emphatic demand :. vacation for years is quoted thus, "When received -

Capital Stock . . . . . . $ 50,000.00 he having, in the meantime, my first dollar of interest money, I

Surplus . . . . . . . 35,000.00 learned through other channels that .
I Undivided Profits . . . . . 7,078.15 a dispatch had been sent him whichhe : realized that wealth could best be obtained by
had not received. work for instead
of
letting my money me
Deposits . . . . . . .949,436.95 "It can not but strike any one who '- '. for "
working
has watched the course of events in ;:. : my money. .;'.

Total . . . . . . $1,041,515.10 Mexico as significant that untoward :; .: YOU Hoy/ much did your money earn
incidents such as these have not occurred '
in any case where representatives ;{:. :: for you last month? Or, would you rather ':::' :

OFFICERS of other governments were con- ; :: always work for itV' c pay 4 per cent ina :: .
.. ... .;:
cerned, but only in dealings with ': "' '" '<- :
Louis C. Massey, President S. Waters Howe Cashier. representatives a : .:'. :. terest. Begin today, or if already begun, continue :. :: : .: ..:.. : ;.
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of the United States, .
an .; ..
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T. Picton Warlow, Vice-Pres. Samuel A. Newell, Asst Cashier '..... to ":. '.-';" .
that there has been occasion for save.I _', '
no : ;:: ;:<;:::::
: ,,': .' :
other governments to call attention to :; :; ';':::;::::.
DIRECTORS ,
such matters or to ask for apologies. .
'"
Louis C. Massey W. R. O'Neal, Alf Bumby, "These repeated offenses against .". '
T. Picton Warlow, S. W. Howe, T. H. Evans, the rights and dignity o! the United '
L L. Payne, L. B. Long.'IIIIII"I"IIIIIIII"'II'I'.II..IIIIII"I'.
States, offenses not duplicated with) I a ,
regard to the representatives of other o IM7& ; 0

governments, have necessarily made ,
\\jlmr the impression that the governmen ..

{ of the United States was singled out .. .
JUNIOR BEAUTIFUL AUXILIARY LAWN ENJOYED FETE A over twenty dollars was earned for for many manifestations of ill will .: ':::;':';:.t<:.: _:". ':-. ':'Y:" ".::':":" :. ': .:':::..X:: ... .'. '; : : ..': '. >. '". : ... .. ... .::,........- '.} ...-.:.:.:. ..'\. ;\::::..
the Auxiliary. The affair was underthe and contempt.

efficient direction of Miss Marian "The authorities of the state de- .
The beautiful grounds surround-
Cary-Elwes. partment feel confident that when the LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS :Lam, W. A.; Lassiter, D. C.; Lawrence -, yard. Mrs. Mander; Hanman, Mi
ing the home of Mr. and Mrs. Algernon
seriousness and cumulative effect of I Robt.; Martin, Charles H; I Ethel E.; Hatch, Mrs. M.; Hampto
Haden presented a gay scene yes- "THE BRIDGE THAT FAILED" AT these incidents is made evident to the List of letters remaining. uncalled Mayer, G. E.; Moore, J. M.; McCloud,I Mrs. Minnie; Holzendorf, Mrs. P. E
terday afternoon, the members of the THE LUCERNEOne government of Mexico, that for in the Orlando, Florida, postofficefor Mims; Moore. Plummer; Nelson, Jackson, Mrs. Everlena; Heiser, Mr
Junior Auxiliary of St. Luke's Cathe- govern- the week ending April llth 1914. Thomas; Phillips, W. R.; Parry, Mi-j Rev. J. W.; Kirrin, Mrs. Mary E
dral ment will see the propriety and the I When for ner; Rmn, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A.; Levis, Mrs. W. A.; Miller, Miss Mi
being
gathered there for calling same please
lawn say
a of the best three-reel produc necessity of giving such evidence of "advertised." Raehn, C. M.; Roford, Mr. Eliza ((2)); ria; Miller, Mrs. Sanna; Miller, Mr
fete. A large number of friends of tions ever released by the Eclectic its desire to repudiate and correct W. R. O'NEAL, P. M.Men's Ross, Ranson; Smith, Chas. E.; Svler,! S. R.; Mowry, Mrs. Ida; Manthis,M .
the children was present, and the Film List-Adams. John Aldrich, W. M.; Shepherd, Thomas M.; Tyler,; Francis; Mark, Mrs. Helen; O'Briq
company, namely, "The Bridge these things as will be not only satis- ; I I J. S. Williams, Simon White,Harry; \ Parker Miss A. J. Patton. Mr
; Mrs. ,
; ; ;
the
ones
younger passed afternoon M. N.
Amdeon,
H. B. Byrd
1 I Frey; ; ..
in That Failed, will be shown at the factory to the government of the ; Burden, Edward Watson J. W.; Webb, L. A. (2)); F. J.; Quller, Mrs. Bessie; Reid, Mr
is very merrily various Beasley Hernery; .
games. Lucerne tonight. United States, but also an evidence to R. Burnett, Ford; Casson, James; Welsh. T. F. I W. R.; Reynolds, Mrs. Ed.; Rea\e
In the clock golf contest, the prizes This film is ; Women's List-Arnold, Miss Mabel; i i Mrs. Louise; Robinson, Miss Maggi
surely a winner, and the rest of the world as an entire Cooper, E. D.; Cornell, Geo. H.; Cox,
were won by Misses Laura Robinsonand Burnett, Miss Sallie; Bishop, Mrs. i Rogers, Miss Mary Bess; Sparkmai
every one should be sure to see it. change of attitude. There be S. C.; Davis, W. E.; Debout, H. H.; :
Frances Jones, while in the hunt can no Duncan, H. C.; Frederick, W. C.; William T.; Brown, Mrs. Martha; Mrs. R. M.; Schute, Mrs.; Spauldin}
| for the hidden Easter chicks the loss to the dignity of the de facto Green, Frank; Gay Bros.; Giles, B.; Blackman, Ina; Barnes, Miss Annie; : Mrs. E. B.; Thomas, Mary L.; Whit '
$ suc- Eat what you want. government in Mexico in recognizingin Gordon. W. E.; Hunt, P. Grady; Holt- Bond, Mrs. Emma; Curten, Miss MaryC. Annie H.; Whitebeck, Mrs. A. C
cessful contestants were Miss Louise Eat all you want. the fullest degree the claims of zendorf, P. B.; Holland, Hubert; .; Cline, Bessie; Clark, Mrs. Jessie; White, Mrs. B. H.; Williams, 1i1
Jj i Brown and Master Wm. Dade. Take a postscript and forget it. a Hearing, Lewis Isenberg, H. H.; Crippen, Mrs. John; Christie, Mrs. M.' Clara B.; White. Mrs. Dora (
i. Cakes and punch were served, and For sale by all durggists. great sovereign government to its re- Jenengs, C. J.;; Jennings, Lawney; J.; Dodd, Mrs Laura; Evans, Miss Wood, Miss Fannie; Wagner, Mrs. I
"
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