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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 17, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE MORNING SENTINEL .




THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS: JUST AS IT HAPPENS

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

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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 191.1. NUMBER 57..

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; IIIJERTA f 1 A A AGREES i0 1 ORDER f SALUTE l[' KNIGHTS DANCE[ ATTENDED TEMPLAR DINNER BY MANY AND I BUILDING LIVELY A ACTIVITIES SUMMER Will[ MAKE:I FlEl ON I WAY 10I FRANKAIIORNS GEl


VERA t CRUZ l m BACK STAY Of EXECUTION ON

1 TOTHEAMERICAN l f I FLAG IN APOLOGY l Out of Town Visitors Numerous and Some of the Construction Work That

.;; the Affair Was One of Much Will Afford Employment for r u. S.DEMANDS S ANNULMENT MOTION

Social Interest Laborers and Mechanics
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WILL ASK THAT SALUTE BE S10 lN[ JBVlRY[ IS RECOVERED[ [
The EVEN DAYS WILL BE RE- STATEMENT OF THE TRIAL
reception, supper and dance Some time ago it was predicted by
GIVEN IN RETURN TO FROM SMAll NEGRO[ GIRl given at the armory last night by some one who had viewed with actual QUIRED FOR THE TRIP JUDGE USED TO SECURE

HIS OWN FLAG Olivette Commandery, No. 4, Knights alarm the unusual amount of buildingin
FROM HAMPTON APPEAL TO U. S.
Templar, in honor of the officers ofthe Orlando for the past year that it
Robberies Carried on for Months Grand Commandery of Florida would be dead next summer"justwatch ROADS COURT

BaIvID[ THAT CRISIS HAS. p PASSED Traced to Daisy Mims WhoIs was an event of much social interestas it," he concluded convincingly.

Arrested well as an event of importance in The summer has not begun, but

' fraternal circles. there are many big jobs already i in SCENES[ [ Of flYING SQUADRON RECALLEDBATTLESHIPS [ PI22ISN1Q1F081HM8IXTRAORDINARY
HELD BY AUTHORITIES THAT There were numerous out of town contemplation that prove the prediction
SALUTE OF MEXICAN FLAG A story which parallels that of the visitors, among them being Grand to be without foundation in actual --

IS NOT EQUIVALENT TO youth who kept St. Petersburg mystified Commander Seaman, of Daytona,and fact. If nothing else should hap ATTENDED BY MOTION FOR

RECOGNITION during the season by committing several past commanders.The pen to turn up, there will be enough DISPATCH BOATS, AMMUNITION NEW TRIAL ON CLAIM THAT
robberies without leaving a traceor dance hall was decorated in doing in construction lines to keep SHIPS AND NAVAL NEW EVIDENCE HAS .
clue to his identitfy came to lightesetrday palmetto leaves against the walls and hundreds of laborers, carpenters and BEEN
TUGS NEW YORK IN DISCOVEREDIS
Aboard Battleship Michigan at Sea when Daisy Mims, a four at appropriate intervals the bannersof masons busy all summer. -
(by wireless to Cape Hatteras), April teen year old negro girl, was ar the commandery were posted, COMMISSIONOn FILED ALSO
The Orland hotel is to be increasedto
16.-Word came through the air this raigned before Judge Wm. Martin, along with the colors of the order. double its
evening of .Huerta's agreement to and was held for criminal court on A long table was set in the hall will be considerable present capacity. This Board U. S. S. Arkansas, off Atlanta, Ga., April 16.-Possible
a
job. costing
apologize.The charges of grand larceny. the second floor and basis> for appeal of the case of Leo
on here the several thousand dollars. Plans for the Virginia Capes, April 16.-Rear
officers and men were at first The girl had been suspected by guests gathered fora bountiful the work have not been completed Admiral Badger, commander in chief \I. Frank, under death sentence for ,
at the of wha Chief of Police William Smith for spread and served under the murder of Mary Phagan, to the
disappointed prospect prepared but actual construction will begin i n of the Atlantic fleet, sailed for Tam-
some time, and Wednesday he se the direction of Chef supreme court of the United States,
seemed a certain end in the action Charles Jordanof the course of a few weeks. pico from Hampton Roads at noon
cured a warrant and searched the the San Juan. was laid in a motion for annulmentof
promised them, but perked up their yesterday with the superdreadnaughts
depressed spirits when it was learned girl's home, at Lime and Division The music was furnished by a selected The lower part of the San Juan ho Arkansas, Vermont, New Hampshire his sentel, filed in superior court
tel is to be remodeled, the Beachara
here The motion that
that no orders to slow down or return streets. orchestra composed of Messrs.W. and New Jersey. In a thick fog tha today. charges
home had been issued.In Here the chief found a number ol S. Branch, Jr., Harry Newell, corner to be torn out and a cafe_ and hung over the bay the big ships start the present judge at Frank's trial,

fact, instead of reducing the fas rings, lockets, chains,, brooches andother Ernest Wade, F. M. Boardman, A. E. lunch room put in, telephones andbath ed off under orders to make 1112knots. L. S. Roan, advised counsel for the
rooms will be installed, a sampleroom defense that in the event their client '
trinkets, of them valua Ramsdell E. H. .
I speed which we are now making the many Westover and Mr. an hour. That speed would
I and laundry to be built in the it would be unsafe for
was acquitted.
ble. Seeing that she was caught red
stokers piled on still more coal and Harvey. bring them to Tampico in seven days.
yard, work upon the latter having him to be in when the verdictwas
court
hand d. the confessed
girl to having The
we are now ploughng fastef than reception began at 8:30, when The dispatch boat Yankton sailed'
started. These chances will run into announced and that such actionwas
ever through the choppy seas off th taken many other things than those the visiting Knights and their ladies I with the fleet. The New Hampshire ,
-$20,000.
the
ethat neighborhood of in violation of the federal
were found in the house, and escorted from con- .
south Atlantic coast. were the San Juan to was the first to get under way. All
then aided the chief in recoveringthem. the armory by a detail of Knightsand The new schhool house is to be but the Yankton were in their war stitution.

PRESIDENT GETS NEWS THAT She had given the articles to ladies from the local commandery. built, the contract calling for com- paint of gray. The activities i in The motion for annulment raised
various negroes,. and in most instances pletion of the work not later than Hampton Roads almost equalled for the first time the question of thee
HUERTA WILL APOLOGIZE, the officer able to t September 20. The general construc- legality of waivers by both prosecution
was reclaim At 10 o'clock the grand march, led of the scenes preceding the departure !
the stolen goods.. by the Knights and their ladies be- tion will cost $28,000, and the plumb- of Rear Admiral Schley's "flying I and defense, which permitted

Washington, April 16.GeneralHuerta The girl had taken wearing apparels gan, during, which the Knights executed ing and electrical contracts run the squadron" during the SpanishAmerican Frank to be absent when his conviction -
dictator at Mexico City, ha: consisting of 'dresses, hats, ostrich maneuvers; and at the conclu figure to more than $30,000. The war. was announced in court on August -

promised Charge O'Shaughnessy t o plumes. Among the loot that she had< sion of which Eminent CommanderS. building will cost complete, with furnishings To complete the hasty coaling ofthe 25, 1913. Argument on the annulment -

salute the American flag in apolog; gotten away with were two diamond A. Johnson presented Grand Com- and laboratory and the in- battleship New Hampshire, i it motion was set for April 22,
4 for the arrest of American bluejackets rings, one belonging to Mr. M. M.] mander Seamans. This ceremony troduction of other departments, together was necessary to work all of the this action automatically staying the
at Tampico.It Smith, of Winter Park, and anothe was followed by the presentation of with the cost of the lot, $50- night. Eighteen hundred tons of coal prisoner's execution set for noon to-

was authoritatively stated that to Mr. J. T. Hendricks. The ring Past Commanders W. 0. Richtmann, 000.The were placed in her bunkers. Coaling morrow.
the only point remaining to be determined were found, but the stones were miss of Satsuma, W. R. O'Neal, Louis C. Giles-Hovey building, of three :operations started in an hour after a Immediately after the annulment

was the number of guns to be ing. Massey and T. Picton Warlow, of Or- stories. is being completed, but will II I message was received from Rear Admiral motion was read in court, attorneys
fired in salute and that this would be Last night Chief Smith arrested a lando. yet require some time and the work 1 Badger directing that the New For Frank filed an extraordinary mo

speedily agreed upon. At the state negro man, Bud Parrish by name, liv There were forty-two Knights in will go over into the summer period. i Hampshire be placed in quick readiness tion for a new trial on ground of
war and navy departments officials ing at Maitlar.d, who is supposed t o uniform besdes the grand commander Mr. Jos. L Guernsey has a four for Mexican service. The New newly discovered evidence. Argumenton

considered the crisis passed. have been a confederate of the girl. and the spectacle was imposing story block in contemplation, which Hampshire's regular crew was augmented t this motion, a copy of which was

.The only condition attached was (Continued on page 8) I and pleasing.The will be erected during the summer. by a detail of fifty apprentice made public on March 27, when notice -
that the American ships fire a salute. committees I that it would be filed today was
in
charge, and The city in conjunction with the (Continued on page 8))
in acknowledgment. Officials closeto (UMBER whose perfect served on the court, was also set for
S SCHOONER H GOES DOWN arrangement of the Orlando Board of Trade will in all
the president ,said this was in ac- April 22.Either.of.
details caused the affair to be
cordance tions and with naval practice of na- WITH CREW NEAR lONG BRANCII H notable success, were as follows such: a probability during the summer.erect a public Plans are building now I I I SPRING RACE[ MEETING I IS mtmI ( D the two motions filed today -
according to would have
precedent. stayed execution of
General Committee
S. A. Johnson well afoot
to carry out this idea, suggested -
Officials pointed out that on occa- T. 'I OFF AIM the young factory superintendent's
Picton Warlow, Chas. Lord, 0. S. at the last meeting of the i
sions when the American navy had essel From Jacksonville Hurled Robinson, L. L. Payne, Wm. H. Reynolds board. The character of this build sentence. The action to secure a new
saluted the flag of other nations as About in Northeast Gale W.' R. trial of newly discovered evidence
and O'Neal, V. W. Estes, ing will be such that it will be a home
a result of difficulties at sea, a salutein Lifeboat Fails to Land Chas. Jordan, Carl Jansen. for the city departments and will afford People Will Pass Upon the Questionat was filed by attorneys who have been '

response has been fired. Invitations'P. Warlow, M.'Gore, at the same time a public gathering the Polls in the November in charge of Frank's defense since his
The only question involved in Huer- New York. April 16.-Captain Hardy L C. Massey, E. G. Duckworth, John place for the various organizations Election arrest nearly a year ago, and they
ta's .condition was whether a saluteof and his wife and probably six C.! Jones, J. S. McEwan. that have no home at present, declared they had no knowledge of

response would constitute recogni- members of the crew of the schooner Decorations-Chas. Lord, J. B. and also rest and reading rooms for I Tulsa, Okla., April 16.-(Special.l ) the intentions of the law firm which

tion but it was pointed out that the Chas. K. Buckley, from Jacksonvillefor Steinmetz, Geo. .McCulloch, Jos. Pe- tourists. This will be a handsome -The spring race meeting of the Tulsa l- filed the motion for annulment.
Washington government considers New York, perished last night tris. structure for the idea is to build" for Jockey club was officially declared Many affidavits are attached to the
recognition a matter of intent in each when their lifeboat was wrecked after Refreshments-Chas. Jordan, M. permanence and beauty as well as off today, and no further attempt to motion for an extraordinary trial.
case and would not so regard an ac- the Buckley had been hurled ashore Dovell, DeWitt Miller. for immediate need. race here will be made until after the Several witnesses at Frank's trial declare -

knowledgment of Huerta's salute. by> a northeast gale near Long Music and Hall-0. S. Robinson, In addition people give their views at the polls at their testimony,against his char-
to the above. which
al l
b Some officials declared that ques Branch, N. J. Chas. Tilden. J. W. Simmons, Jo s. the next general election in dove- acter false, and others charge con-
of
partake a public character thereare
tions of recognition were no more involved The schooner is a total loss. One Elwell. spiracy against him. Three affiants

in the demand by the United seaman named Atchison, who remained Reception-William H. Reynolds, planned numerous for erection residences being ber.The announcement was made today attempt establish an alibi for the
States for a salute from the Huerta on the deck of the Buckley, J. N. Bradshaw, J. C. Jones, S. B. and during the sum by the president of the jockey club condemned man. The theory of the
fall.
mer early
Among these
i is
government than in acknowledging a was rescued soon after midnight by Wright, Louis C. Massey, T. Picton the handsome after Adjutant General Canton of the state as to the time and place the little -

salute from the latter. being virtually lassoed by a line shot Warlow, Jos. Dawson, W. R. O'Neal, Mr. Jas. L Giles.$40,000 residence o:f,! state militia had issued instructionsto factory girl was killed is also atone -
Precedents for Returning SaluteAs across the bow of the schooner from J. B. Steinmetz, L A. Spencer, 0. S. his men to shoot to kill any tacked. Documentary evidence and
a precedent for returning a salute the shore. Atchison got twisted up Robinson, L. L. Payne, Chas. Lord, Aside from all this the sewer system attempting to force entrance to the affidavits seek to disprove the testi-
the state department turns to in the breeches buoy line, and was Geo. E. McCulloch. S. A. Johnson which is nearly completed, wil 1 grounds. mony of James Conley, negro factory
the cases of the French consul at San dragged from the deck into the seething Entertainment-W. R. O'Neal, Jno cause property holders to connec, Wires had been extended across sweeper who swore he helpedFrank

Francisco, who in 1854 was taken be- sea. Life savers on, shore ran Bradshaw,.A. W. Bumby, J. A. Hunt- with the main pipes, and this will afford I the track all along the front of the conceal Mary Phagan's body in thee
fore a local court in violation of a with the line, dragging Atchison upon ington. a great amount of work for the I streets making it impossible to roc basement of the National Pencil com

treaty. France demanded a salute the beach more dead than alive. He Floor-V. W. Estes, DeWitt Miller, plumbers for many months. Andthere pany's plant after Frank had killed .
and an apology. A compromise is the paving work to be done,I her.
was was rushed to the Monmouth hospitals l C. D. Christ, Sylvan McElroy, S. Y
reached by which a French fleet was the automobile of a wealthy shore Way, B. C. Abernethy, D. J. Beidler.T. .. calling for an outlay of more than COXEY'S' S SECOND[ ARMY MAKfSHfADWAY E S Theis stay of execution granted to-
sent to San Francisco and the French resident. Both of Atchison's shout H. Evans. $200,000. the second since Frank was

colors were saluted by the American ders and one leg were broken. He i is Printing-L L Payne, Chas. Dow, This doesn't look much like a dull ON ITS MARCH H sentenced to death. October 10 first
shore battery. The salute was then not expected to live. T. H. Evans, J. P. Musselwhite. summer in Orlando. was set for his hanging but a motion

returned by the French flagship and Besides Captain Hardy and his I Auto-C. Jansen, H. L Beeman, for a new trial intervened. Judge
the incident was closed. wife it is believed that at least six Chas. P. Dow, B. C. Abernethy, R. L Dauntless the Marchers Reach Canton Roan denied this motion on October
Naval authorities generally favo members of the crew went down when Holland, Geo. Jump. TRUCK K COLLIDES WITH NEARS E and Rustle for Supper AfterGeneral's 31 and was confirmed by the supreme
return of salutes rendered in sue!h the lifeboat failed to weather the The list of those who accepted invitations Speech court on February 17. The prisonerwas
fashion as part of a national repara waves. is given below without including : BRING f DYER'S REMAINS resentenced on March 7 and his
tion for an affront, in theory tha The Charles K. Buckley was heav the names of wives and Canton, 0., April 16.-(Special)- execution set for April 17.
such a salute is an amende honorabl ily laden with lumber. She was a daughters, hence the number of those I Coxey's army, small but dauntless: ,

and must be met in that spirit by a three masted schooner of 430 tons. present was about twice as many a s Funeral of Late Winter Park Resident tramped into this city late this afternoon NORMAN GAYNOR MARRIES A

\ proper acknowledgment.The Her home port was Newark, N. J. the following enumeration shows: Is Delayed in Washington after a march of eight miles DAUGHTER OF THE SOUTH

news was received at the Whit Life savers rigged up searchlightson A. W. Bumby, Edward G. Hauselt, by an Accident through mud from Massillon, and established Washington, April 16.-Special.( ) ,
house today just as Secretary Brya the beach and shot'line after line S. A. Johnson. J. P. Holbrook, FrankE. \ it's first bivouac. -Norman J. Gaynor, son of the late

and Acting Chairman Shively of the toward the vessel. Because of the Guernsey, J. C. Howell, Chas. Lord !I Gen. Coxey drove up to the public mayor of New York, and Miss Betsy
foreign relations committee went int breakers it was impossible to launcha H. A. Newell, V. W. Estes, Chas. P' Washington, April 16.-On the way I square at the head of the column and Page, daughter ol Rev. Frank Page
conference I with President Wilson. boat. A great crowd stood on the Dow, J. T. Hendricks, F. McIntosh/ from the union station to the Arlington i made a speech to hundreds who had and niece of Thomas Nelson Page, 'J
Unless Huerta changes hit min beach watching the spectacle. Sev- Arnold, Jos. W. Guernsey, W. P.Wat- national cemetery, the hearse i I gathered to witness the "army's" en- ambassador to Italy, were married at
the,crisis promises to pass over with f>!-al lines fell athwart the schooner, son.J. B. Steinmetz, W. K. Curry, H bearing the body of Commodore trance into the city. Fairfield Court House, Va., tonight.ers" .
in the next twenty-four hours. but those on board were helpless or I M. Voorhis. Dick Cornelison of Winter George L. Dyer, U. S. N., retired, who After the speaking the "soldi The ceremony was performed by the -;,
With smiling faces Senator Shivel drowned, and with the exception of I Park, Geo. W. Arnold, J. L. Fein died in Florida ten days ago, was scattered and "rustled" for supper bride's father.
and Secretary Bryan came from th e the lone survivor made no attempt : berg, Jos. Dawson, Thos. Brodwate struck by an auto truck. from back doors. J

k' White House conference.. to seize them. I Wm. A. Smith, Robt. Cohoon, G. E., The funeral was halted and delayed Tonight the soldiers repaired to the THE WEATHER I
"The !
president has some very i itereating in- McCulloch, S. Y, Way. Wm. Beardal, an hour until another hearse could be brick yards at the south end of the Florida: Fair Friday; warmer in
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news, said Senator Shively Latest music, latest books, fine sta J. N. McElroy, DeWitt Miller, C. E. obtained. Commodore Dyer died at city to sleep. northwest portion. Saturday, fair, 'Ii
:. IfJ "The" situation is highly encourag- tionery. Curtis & O'Neal, next post Saunders, Jos. Elwell, J. F. HarreH, his winter home, Winter Park, Florida The column will continue the march except probably showers and cooler 't
'I. 'it Jng;, said Secretary Bryan. I office. Come and see us. (Continued on page 4) April 2. to Washington tomorrow at 8 o'clocl in northwest. '
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f s (2) Ants, Mice, Rats, Roaches, MothsGnatts, Flies, Mosquitoes. .

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% Motholine Keeps Moths away, 2 boxes for . . . . . . . .25c. I
Matinee 3:30 to 5:30

r Moth Balls, drives Moths away, 3 lbs for . . . . ... . . 25c. ,
Night 7 to 10
. Dikes Roach Powder exterminates Roaches, Price . . .. . . . 25c. ,
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; South American Ant Exterminator, drives ants away, price . . . .. .25c.
Children 5c Adults lOc
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THROUGH PANAMA CANAL ? '=% bargain sale. I
Y. FULLER R. L FOX
J Washington, April 15.-Suggestions .
';" of the amount of traffic which .
THE PALMS AUTO COREO
be expected to through,the '
may pass -- -- - -

f. Panama canal are contained in .figures MOTOR CARS I '., .. ... >l
\? made public today by the department : : EHiiimMtlllimMiMtillMMilMIMIMIMMMMMIitMIMIIIIIIilllMMi
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I of which show that in I Y
commerce For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
1913 the small Isthmian railways car
i: ried across the narrow strip of continent full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force Orlando Bank & Trust Co
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} $130,500,000 worth of merchandise of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely I I

i brought by vessels from the guaranteed. Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
p'!: United States for transhipment. Of

i' this trade two-thirds moved westward ; Maxwell "25," $800, Equipped Orlando RESOURCESReal

: and the remainder eastward.

Only a few American ports participated Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

+: in the traffic, New York lead- Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

ing with $84,000,000; San Franciscowas Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
THE PALMS AUTO CO
second with $21,800-000, and Hawaii Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
' third with $18,200,000. Many of I Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02
[ the shipments were from New Or- FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.miMetMMMMIMMMMIMHMHIIIMIIMMitlllH.

leans to ports on the west coast of & $901,906.09

South America. From San Francisco ( __ LIABILITIES -
1 large shipments went to Europe.
Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
railroad which is
The
Tehuantepec Re-Discounts . ... . .. . . . None
190 miles long, carried $99,500,000
p r Fare3o2 Bills payable . . . . . . ... . None
worth of traffic and the Panama rails -

way, forty miles* long, carried $31- 8' DAILY BETWEEN'. Deposits .* . . . .. . . 770,793.72
000,000. The total amount was double BUFFALO ,
M; that shipped by the same routes in IEVEIAND Due to Banks and Bankers : . . . 2,832.59

1908, one year after the opening of
the Tehuantepec line. $901,906.09


y' A Good Government club has been Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

organized in Lackawanna, a thriving Deposits April 11th, 1914 .. . . .. 770,793.72 "-
i suburb of Jacksonville. THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Length

soo feet;breadth 91 feet 6 tocher 510 intercom*and parlor ccMuxxlitiQg 1300 pamenpn. Increase in 37 days .. . . . IZl.dUo.OlDeposits
Greater IB coat-larger in all proportion* richer u all.ppointmm4--then u11teamer ott
The Independent says: "St. Peters- inland water*of the world.; La aemce Joae 15th. Dec 31, 1913 . .. . . . 521,167.38
stem "SEEANDBEE.""Grj of Erie"ud"City of Bnff lo"
burg Masons have started to work to MtcaiRceiit n Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
{ secure the proposed Masonic home Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Ma7 lit to Dec.i.t

and orphanage for this city." Ath Lan a Buffalo Qeteiand- 9:00 7JOA.M.P.Yo Arrive Lean Cleveland Jo.-, -.'-. 'Z:30A.M.9;00 P.M. Increase in 100 days .. . .. .. .. 249,626.34 r
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CoaDeetioat atCneJodCor P 4ihBTtToWoI)tTmtand IlpoinUT.tao Work has been started on the Palm tieketa reading between Baffal and Oevelind are good fortraiuportaUoaoa oar ateamen. Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
Uk your ticket agent for Ucleu via C.a:B.Line. Write nt for landMme Qlutnted booklet free.
Beach county court house in West The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
& BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland,
THE CLEVELAND
Palm Beach. The plans for this splen O. Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

did building were drawn by Talley & friends and customers for making such a statement pos
Sumner. well known architects oi sible.

y Jacksonville. Leading architects and HIIMHIIIMHIIMIIMti t..IIIIIJI.I.III.III..ti ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
contractors concede this building will

represent the finest county court Shoe Repairingby i For SaleModern

house, Atlanta alone excepted, to b<
r found in the entire Southeast. The PARCEL POSTMen's mtm

; structure will be classic in design an NOTICE Dr. Buckmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIM LENSES
the interior calls for the handsomest .
St.
8-roomi Change of Schedule Clyde
e Half Soles, 7sc to 8scLadlcs' AND DO ALL KINDS OF
b furnishings, finishings and appoint : / Johns River Steamers
Half Soles, 60c to 75c
OPTICAL REPAIRING
ments., In this connection Vermont Children's H Soles,SOc to 750 House 2 doors ;: Until further notice the steamersof Osteopathic Physician!

marble wjll be used extensively, win Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo this line will leave Sanford at
west of Wyoming : 132 Orange Avenue
several importations of Italian mar Heels Repaired, 2sc 11:30 o'clock a. m.

ble. AU work returned in 24 hours. Hotel. Bargain :: N. M. TUPPER Supt. Next door to People's Bank,
Orders without remittance re- : J. B. CALDER, AgentSanford up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN turned C. 0. D. We pay Ra., March 26, 1914. as
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie1 return postage. diseases treatedTelephone
If want fixed ina
you your bicycle
or "News" sightseeing automobile:s hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578. DR. L,.H. RAMSDELL
: for Lookout Mountain, Point Park A. Hanson Shop. 12-5-tf.
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary A. L. Bentley, : OPTOMETRIST

and historical points. For res,. 19 East Pine Street Sentinel want advertising shortens, W. T. ENTRICAN, (Successor to Dr.
Ridge 0. P. Likim
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ervations, address 910 Market street ORLANDO. FLORIDA ; cheapens and simplifies any real es- refinishing floors, furniture, etc..
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and on each of the destroyers there I: CONWAY for a cattle ranch and will make all on Easter Sunday consisted of solemn of her husband. It is a life size rep
1 STATE NEWS NOTES are about a hundred men, making a I the necessary arrangements for han- High Mass, intoned by Rev. Mr. Fox. I resentation of Christ newly risen

; total of over 2,000 bluejackets now in Neal dling his herd. with responses by the choir. Messrs. from the dead. The coloring is vivid
Conway, Fla., April 15.Ir.
(From the Gainesville Sun) Pensacola. ..1 Lovelace has set out twenty acres in Miss Sallie Conoly received a beautiful Lawton and Spellman assisted with and artistic, and it seemed very appropriate -
piano for a birthday present. their usual ability. The exultant note for the occasion.
tomatoes and twenty acres in corn
The Presbytery composing the dis- Word comes from Jacksonville that and other vegetables. He has proveda Mrs. Lewis has set an incubator "rejoicing in the music reminded us
trict from Pensacola to Madison will. a three and one-half mile extensionof most successful farmer and he uses with chicken eggs and has a large! of the joyous Eastertide and its blessings IX PRINTINGThe
be held in Quincy this week. I the Ortego street car line to Black approved and up to date methods.Mr. number of hens setting with turkey! and promises. Father Fox delivered Sentinel will give you the prac-
Point will be constructed by the Jack : an able sermon on the Resur- tical thing and it will be of a dignityand
and chicken
She to
: sonville Traction company.In Hodges, our new neighbor, con- eggs. expects go i rection. The altar decorations were style that will please you. We'vegot
Work on the new Seabord Air Line and sub- into the poultry business on a large
r templates building a large
lilies ferns and we've the
:I Easter palms.A the equipment; got ex-
passenger station in Quincy is said stantial residence his Lake Con- scale, but best and most important,
connection with the social fea- on beautiful memorial window has perience, and we will deliver the jobon
to be progressing rapidly.So she has adopted a three months old
of the Confederate Veterans way property. been presented to the church by a time and in perfect order. Tryus.
ture reunion baby, of which she is very proud.
Mr. J. A. Barber has purchased a
of the in Phone 24.
in Jacksonville there will be lady congregation memory
far twenty-six hundred dollars I fine property east of Conway, containing -I Mr. A. J. Barber, from Chuluota,
has been donated to the Cigar City three big balls. Plans are now being eighty acres of land with an'was a caller at his son's, Mr. J. A.I -
league for "free baseball" this sum- arranged for a sponsor's parade. orange grove, house and out build- Barber, on Sunday.The MIMiMMMMIMMmatlMIMMMMMMMIMMOMfMOur
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mer, says the Tampa Times. ings. Mr. Barber expects to use it services at St. James church
F. C. Brent, said to be one of the

The Pinellas Special, which has most prominent capitalists. in that +-- l h Splilla[ and Suffiffler r
been in operation as a fast train be- section of Florida, died in Pensacola
The Panama ManIS
tween St. Petersburg and Jackson- Monday, after a lingering illness of a
complication of diseases. He bore the !
ville, will be discontinued after Tues-
day, April 21st. distinction of establishing the first new line for the Springand
- national bank in that city. THE-- Summer season of 1914 is

It is understood that steps will be A now complete. Never in the history
immediately taken by the owner, "Abqut forty citizens of the south TALK OF THE TOWN of our business have we
Thomas Griffith, of Jacksonville, to end of Brevard. county came up to ,
I been able to show such a line of
rebuild the Hotel Pablo, at Pablo Titusville on Monday and appeared
Beach. It will be remembered that before the county commissioners ask- new and timely goods for Eas-

this hotel. together with a number of ing for an appropriation of $2,000 to ter selling. Our line of Dress

houses, was burned last week. aid in opening an inlet near Malabarto Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Milli-
I I permit the entrance of salt water 49q4\ nery, Ready-to-Wear goods and
The W. C. T. U. district convention into the Indian river at that point," notions is complete-the stylesare

embracing Holmes, Washington, Wal says the East Coast Advocate. The ,..- varied enough to suit
ton and Bay counties, was held in claim is made that the proposed improvement j the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
Lynn Haven on the 8th and 9th of would make that section every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
. this month. The state president, Miss healthier and allow the free entranceof Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
Neal, of Jacksonville, presided, and many edible fish from the ocean. the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent
delivered an excellent address. The Advocate, approving of the plan, ? ; I cheaper than the regular prices. -
says that "with more inlets to the i1 ; We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show i

The country home and outbuildings ocean on the Indian river the more you our line if you will call on us.

belonging to J. W. Larramore, about edible fish we will get, as well as get-
I
seven miles south of Marianna, were ting a larger supply of health-giving
completely destroyed by fire a few ocean vater. The people of the East
nights ago. The family narrowly escaped Coast of Florida need these inlets and Aa. fiY ,. H H1 m New Yoik aiStore
and practically nothing was we hope that the county commissioners i
saved.T. will look favorably upon the peti-

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B. McDonald, chairman of the recently appearing before them.-
board of county commissioners, of Times-Union Short Talks. ,
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Holmes county, has filed his resignation -
with the governor. It is under- T r

. stood that charges had been made HAVE Pip HAIR !
against Mr. McDonald of frequent

drunkenness, and his friends pre- Thick, Soft, Fluffy and No Dandruffuse
vailed upon him to resign rather than Parisian SageIf OELANDOWater
attempt to refute the charge: your hair is losing its natural
color, coming out and splitting, or
lacks that enviable softness, gloss
The Times-Union says: The pro- and beauty, do not despairprettyhair ONE OF THE ARRIVALS i
posed plan for an open air school for is largely a matter of care. If
those children who can not attend the it is harsh and brittle soften it up & Co.
-lubricate it. If have dandruff Light
regular classes was a subject which it is because the you scalp is too dry Importers sale on genuine Panama Hats at
came up yesterday for the consideration and flakes off. Freshen up the scalp
of the board of public instruc- with Parisian Sage-all dandruff disappears $1.95 and
$2.75 Up.
tion at its regular weekly meeting, falling hair and itching ,
cease, your hair is doubly beautiful.
the plan and proposition meeting with Parisian Sage, sold by McElroy's Electricity
# the entire approval of the board." Pharmacy and at all drug counters, 134 ORANGE AVENUE NEAR CHURCH STREET
is just what you need-a large bot-
tle costs but 50 cents. It surely
A solid car of celery was shipped makes the hair lustrous and seem
from Daytona a few days ago. It twice as abundant. You cannot be dis- FOUR DAYS ONLY ; Gas Water Ice
will be followed by several other cars. appointed in Parisian Sage.MMMIMMHMiHHMOMI.


The stalk pounds Gazette of, measured this News celery 17 says weighed inches: "A in single four circumference APRIL IS IE 1 11 1 AND 18 1 Office:---No. J8 West Central Ave.


and was more than two A Genuine Bargainin i ,, ,
feet in length. It was blanched, solid,
crisp, tender and of fine flavor, and Real EstateGood
should bring a good price in the mar- REJEMBER If you miss Telephone No. 6 -

ket. eight-room house,
me, we both lose.
with connected kitchen
The boiler at the saw mill plant of twenty acres first class landal -

Edward Manning, Jr. in the northern cleared, 315 bearing 1ark 1V.C. Sable"THE I I
portion of the county, exploded with Orange Trees, in first class
terrific force Wednesday afternoon.Mr. condition, fine bloom. Landcan
Manning, the proprietor, was filing easily be sub-divided PANAMA MAN." 4 |liiMIIIIMIIillMIHIHmtMIMMMMMMMM
the saw at the time, and the impact into five-acre tracts, is on
forced his body against same, 21.2
road to Conway
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fearfully lacerating and breaking his miles from Court House,
left leg. The unfortunate man lived road on two sides, main
only a few hours.-Tallahassee True road will bt bricked this

Democrat. year. Has rural delivery,
and shool wagon. Sold to THE FREE SEWING MACHiNESATURDAY

The parent ship, Birmingham, and close and estate. CHEAP ,
torpedo boat detsroyers, comprising for cash, or very reasonable
r the third, fourth and fifth divisionsof terms will be made.
the Atlantic torpedo fleet. are in
LORD & BRADSHAW
Pensacola. The fleet is composed of f :. ,

fifteen vessels. Aboard the Birmingham Exclusive Agents : APRIL 18th AT 3 O'CLOCK THE FREE
is a crew of three hundred men I +|| | liiilMMMMIIMHMLouisville ,

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$ Nashville R. R. j, Get in line for the big demonstration. Nearly every woman in this city will be

4' present and one among the number will get this wonderful machine without one cent \

rrI&'N.l:: i v of cost. Who knows but that you will be the fortunate one-every one stands an

F MMMMMMMMMM 4 1'h equal opportunity in this awarding. Youshould not fail to come and participate in r '

The Attractive'Vay to this grand demonstration and awarding. Every minute will be full of interest. If '

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

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Three Solid Through Trains, Daily the firs to combine with swiftness. See the
head latch and many other marvelously simple and sument, ease FREE'SGuarantee.
South Atlantic Limited, Lve Jacksonville .8:15 P. M. .

Dixie Flyer, Lve Jacksonville . . . 8:25 P. M. insured for
The FREE is the only sewing machine that is guaranteed for life and five years against accidental breakage
Montgomery Route Express Lve. Jacksonville 8:05 P. M.
Three Daily Trains to Mobile and New Orleans, Lve. or destruction.

Jacksonville 8:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m., and 8:00 a. m. GET; YOUR DEMONSTRATION CARD NOW. YOU MAY GET YOUR MACHINE FREE.
All electric lighted trains with through steel draw
ing-room sleepers, free reclining chairs and modern high- THE FREE SEWING MACHINE COMPANY ;

back seat coaches.L C. HUGH DAVIDS, MGR.YowellDuckworth .
&. N. Dining Cars-No Better Dining'car service.
Fast Time-Rock Ballast-No Dust.H. ii

C. BRETNEY, FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT Department StoreSecond i i

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THE, DAILY KNINGHTS(Continued from TEMPLAR page 1)) NEW VICE-PRESIDENT LINS COLLEGE AT ROL- S SUPER'S[ APPEAL BEING[ HARD[ .1111111111'11111,1,11.1111111111111111",111,11"' IIIII'I"'lllllal"I'III" M ,

: South Florida SentinelMORNING A. D. Cornell. J. R. Davis, Dr. Edwards BY COURT Of APPEALS
AND WEEKLY Seth Woodruff, W. V. Johnson, Winter Park, Fla., April 16.Atthe OUR FOURTH
JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. T. 0. Brown, W. T. Chapman, J. A. recent meeting of the board of

Huntington, J. W. Simmons, RomaineP. trustees of Rollins college, the Rev. Matter Came Up on Refusal of the
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida Clark, G. S. Collier, H. M. Self, Nathaniel M. Pratt was elected vice-
u Second Class Mail Matter. W. T. Hickman of Deerfield, Frank: president and professor of philosophyand Comptroller to Pay Impeached

.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES A. Smith, A. A. Carmack, T. J. Watkins Bible study. Dr. Pratt is forty- Governor's Salary AFTER[ SUPPER[ SALE\ [
,. Daily. 1 Year ..........................$5.oo Jno. J. LeeV.. G. Hammond.I four of After
,
Daily. 6 Months ....................... 2.50 years age. completinghis
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1-25 Lula Hayes Lawrence, T. L. Daly, college course, he took postgraduate Albany, N. Y., April 16.-The state 1
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 53 of met today to listento
H. T. Butler, H. Clay Stanford of studies in philosophy and the court appeals :

Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 1.08WeeVly Kissimmee, R. A. Lake, E. F. Akers, social sciences at Columbia univer- arguments on the- legality of the
6 Months ..................... .75 i
and removal from officeof IS ON
C. H. Tilden, Allan Cohoon, James sity, New York, and graduated from impeachment SATURDAY NIGHT AT I P.M. ;
Delaney, E. W. Lott, Jenkins Dolive, Union Theological seminary. His former Governor William Sulzer.
TO ADVERTISERS: E. L. Ewing, Mrs. D. C. Thompson, principal pastorate was in Cleveland, The proceedings, instituted by Mr.

Copy for display! and all other hand-set F. J. Lindergreen. Randolph Robinson Ohio, and he afterward preached in Sulzer in'an effort to have the United Almost unnecessary to advertise this e'"ent-if
,, advertising must be handed in at the business Albert T. Branham, Jr., Wm. Ed- the American church in Paris. France, States supreme court pass upon the has
ffite of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. already secured a following who have found it
the day before publication. This rule applies wards, A. B. Johnson, J. E. Turner, and was executive secretary of the validity of the impeachment, were pays to be on hand bright and early at these week.
to invariable changes and for win contract be strictly advertising adhered; to.it is I P. G. Walton, W. P. Walton, W. M. Men and Religion Forward movementin brought against William Soher, state .. I end merchandising events.
Coble, S. L. Lupfer, J. E. Lupfer of New York, where he was intimately I comptroller to compel him to pay the I
Subscribers desiring: The Sentinel discon- Kissimmee, J. C. Johnson, Mrs. L. A. associated with the leading minis- I former executive the salary of gov- I Some of our best departments made liberal contribution -
tinued should notify the office in writing on of good merchandise for this week'sendsale
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Spencer, Henry R. Remsen, Jas. L. ters and business men in that city. ernor from the date of his removal.Mr. .
continued at the regular subscription rates Sulzer has drawn assembly- and we didn't take the prices that they carried,
Giles. W. C. Person, Mrs. H. C. Mil- In Cleveland, Dr. Pratt was presi- an
until notice to stop is received. but made
for the
our own, AFTER SUPPER SALE .
ler, H. E. Cole of Kissimmee, W. L. dent of the Ministers' Union, execu- man's salary from the state in the
FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914. Nuckols, C.V.. Entzminger, B. H. tive secretary of the Federation of meantime. A peculiar feature of the must give you goods at a lower valuation than you
can buy them under
Roper, R. M. Bennett, Herbert Franklin Churches, nominee of twenty-five action is that the judges of the courtof any other circumstances.

All the manufacturers have to do Tiff Hammond, D. :M. Smith, Ste- civic and religious organizations as appeals, who were members of the I A slow, old-time merchant would be horrifiedat

to make their merchandise sell is, to phen Lockwood. W. Yothers, Sam- delegate from Cuyahoga county court of impeachment, are asked to the way we put pieces on the toboggan at these
'I attach the word "tango" to ito uel A. Robinson, Geo. L. Shinn of (Cleveland) to the Ohio Constitutional sqt aside the verdict for which they : After Supper Sales.

New Egypt, N. J., Harry Hoffner. H. Convention, director of the Asso- voted when Mr. Sulzer was removed : : These AFTER SUPPER SALES are certainly
"Oceans of water and nothing to G. Martin, G. B. Seaman, H. 0. Snow, ciated Charities of the city, and mem- from office.In : appreciated.
drink" is the saying in the United J. D. Woodbeck of Kissimmee, W. 0. ber of the chamber of commerce, the his brief opposing the Sulzer: request -

States navy since Secretary Daniels Richtman of Satsuma, Jno. C. Jones, council of sociology, the Cleveland Attorney General Carmody argued o
issued his anti-booze order., that the courts of the state haveno t: 36-Inch English Longcloth
Joe Jones, Wm. Lege, M. J. Daetwyler peace society, and numerous other 75 Bed Spreads
o Benj. Drew, H. H. Dickson, R. M. organizations of similar c racter.1 right to review the determinationof 100 Pieces Only (15 yards)
A woman orator has advised women Clark, L Percival Hutton. J. H. He is an enthusiastic and the court of impeachment and that fine even weave, free from Full size, white, Marcella-

i not to marry until they have had one Holmes, S. D. Hardaway, D. D. Aude,. supporter of President Woodrow Wil- Mr. Sulzer abandoned the office of Dressing. .Regular $1.50 per good weight, fine patterns. Regular /
hundred offers and the Toledo Blade W. E. Martin, Clay Johnson of Kis- governor in the judgment of the impeachment piece. After Supper Sale, per value
$1.25 After
paragrapher suggests that it will be. simmee, John M. Cheney, L. S. Thorn- son.At Rollins Dr. Pratt will be the court and accepted the of- Supper
.' : piece . . . . 79C Sale . . . . .
difficult to conceive of a woman say-' ton, Louis C. Massey, W. H. Reynolds,' associate in administrative work of fice of assemblyman. 79c
ing "no" ninety-nine times. L. L. Payne, C. D. Christ, W. W.'I+ President William F. Blackman, whois Alexander S. Bacon, in behalf of One Piece to Customer.

o Yothers. Wm. S. Branch, Jr., W. R. completing his twelfth year as the Sulzer, raised practically all the ques-
West Palm Beach has called an O'Neal, E. H. Gore, R. 0. Compton,, head of the institution.A tions submitted by Sulzer's counsel in DOU YOU SEW ?
election for commission governmentto :Mrs. W. S. Branch, Mrs. W. M. Dem- the court of impeachment.

be decided at the polls by the peo- ing, C. D. Borman, Lloyd S. Tenny, manicure's license is a handy Taking up the question of Mr. Sul- Then ask for a sample packet of Crowley's English

ple of that prosperous town May 6. Ralph Yearby, Jas. N. Burden, W. H. thing. zer's relinquishing his claim to the Needles-acknowledged to be the best needle made.
Palatka voted for commissoin govern- Haizlett, Ted E. Lyman, Paul A. governorship by becoming a memberof
FREE ON REQUEST SATURDAY
ment only a few days ago. The list Horn, M. 0. Overstreet, Geo. E. No- Come, Muse, let's sing the Corset: the assembly, Mr. Bacon's brief t NIGHT.
of Florida towns to adopt this formis lan, A. H. Weathersbee. Harry P. King, who always does the best he held that this case can not be classed 1

growing rapidly, and in a few years Leu, J. T. Fuller. J. M. Wilson, Jr., can. like exemplary Mary Ann, and with those in which a man deliberate- "UNDERHOSE" NOTIONS

all the good towns will have it. Jack- John D. Clark of Kissimmee, J. H. in a gentle sparring bout he knockedthe ly abandons one office by accepting For women and children, in Here's something you can't do
sonville also is to vote on a commis- Reese, Mrs. M. B. Davis, Arthur C. boxing master out. He lessens another. Black, White and Tan. Regular without. Rust proof Snaps,
sion charter soon. Then it will be in Cole, Jos. F. Bumby, A. F. Holden, ,waste, this frugal man, a belting oc $1.00 per Box. After Supper, Black and White. After SupPer -
line for Tampa and St. Augustine to F. D. Gore, J. N. Bradshaw, Jas. E.I togenarian. Sentinel "wants" fill your wants.MHIMMMMMtlMimilllllimiilltlMilMIlM. Box . .. .. .. . 85c per, 2 dozen for . . S C
s reverse themselves, and have it too.o Windham, L. H. Bullock of Kissimmee. -I

1 Irving Dunn, B. Beacham, and Children's Dresses Bungalow ApronsIn
A jag bug has been discovered in others.
Chambray's, Ginghams
Curacao. One bite of the jag bug and Percales. These should appeal to every
LATEST STYLESIN housewife. We hare the exclusive -
the victim mild of intox-
gives a case TORPEDO.BOATS. READY TO SAIL
100 Regular 63c and 75c After sale of these well known
ication while several bites will give a FOR TAMPICO Supper . .. ... garments and in order to introduce
champagne drunk. The bug attacks 49c them more fully Sat

the orange orchards and the growers Pensacola, 'Fla., April 16.Nineteen sistably urday evening priced. they ate irre-
have introduced a parasite bug to torpedo boats and the cruiser 75c. Regular $1.23 After Supper
+ bite the jag bug and kill it. It is Birmingham are all in readiness for a Spring MillineryLaces ... . ... ... .. Tic$1.25 Values Values I I Saturday, Saturday Night 49c.

said that a bite of the antidote bug hurried departure for Mexican waters 98c Xight. . . . 89c.
following a bite of the jag bug will
should developments in the
present $1.50 and
$1.75; Values . .
. cause one to become sober and a tee- crisis warrant their called. Or- 75, Regular $1.50. After Supper -
being Saturday . .
totaler thereafter. This and Dress Materials .. .. ... ... Night $1.39
being an
ders from Washington Tuesday after- ; $2.00 to $2.50 Values.
orange growing country we may expect noon were to the effect that the small I 5B1.19: Saturday Night . .$1.89
I
importations of the jag bug. crafts should hold themselves in read- : ,
The jag bug should have considerable iness subject to orders to leave for I MISSES HAMILTON & DIM : ,
poularity in counties north of Tampa. Mexico, and within twenty-four hours J : Our Millinery Department
,; ( o after receipt of the orders the com- .
: Tampa is to have a city election manders of the various craft reported ; Agents for Barclay Corsets : : Is not behind in Price Reductions for Saturday

::- soon, and the election clerks will be to the flagship Birmingham that : t evening. 50 untrimmed Shapes, rang
gathered in the council room and be they were in readiness to make the McCall's Patterns I :
i
J ing in price from $1.50 to $4.00 Sat

and given si instructions cond choice votes as to are how to the be first tal! voyage. .. . . . . . urday night . . . . . 9 8 C

lied. This is an excellent idea and. IMIIOMtltMCHtlMIMMMMMMMmMMilllllllMISPECIAL 11111111111111111.1; ;
one that should be followed in every .
county prior to the primary of June FOR 10 DAYS ONLYWe t (In all Shades) RATINES-RATINES (In all Shades)
2. If this is not done there is likelyto
Saturday night will see the finish of these goods at
be a mix up in the count that will offer an elegant soc Oriental Talcum Powder for 25c. Sample box
the prices we intend they shall
at-note these reductions
go
never be straightened out. There are FREE for ladies.
: .::: -Come-See the goods-and then
few who understand the new primarylaw you are bound togo

in this respect, and those who do McELROY'S PHARMACYI I'I :" away satisfied with your purchase.

2rt understand it should be called into 65c Values at ...... ..39c. $1.25: Values at . . 69c.
service to instruct the election clerks. $ PHONE 20 RELIABLE DRUGGISTS 83c Values at .. .... ..49c. $1.50 Values at . . .79c.
The matter is one of great importance II $1.00 Values at .. .. .. 59c.
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I- o Boy's Knickerbocker Suits Ladies' Shoes

.|| The Orlando Board of Trade has The famous "Right Posture" "COUSINS" Black Vici Kid
undertaken to raise a special advertising make. The finest kind of cloth- Oxfords on newest lasts .All
:.J. fund of five thousand dollars. in? for that youngster of Sizes.Our .

J. This amount should be readily forth- :: jours. '
Regular Prices $6, $7. $8 and Special Value at $4.00 Saturday -
coming. At a meeting of the Gaines- :: $10.00 Saturday Night at a discount -
ville board a few days ago a budgetwas i of 25 PER CENT Night f o. $3,00

made up requiring the collection: ,', I II,
of four thousand dollars. It was I Are You Invitedto MEN'S SILK HOSE
cited at this meeting that Lakelandhas o.. -
a budget of more than three : In Gray only. A quality that we emphasize as being -
a wedding an anniversary social affair where I
or some
thousand, St. Augustine of eleven : extra good value at 50c. Saturday night 35c or three
thousand, St. Petersburg eight thousand a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure I 10

and Ocala five thousand. If you will be interested in our display of the newest and : : : pairs for . . . . . $.1OO
a these other towns can do it Orlando .
most artistic designs inCUT \
can do likewise. No one of them is
better able than Orlando to raise this :
GLASS :: Grocery Department
amount of money for such purposes. 10'

Now, let us go about it and bring in : 10 A FACTORY SHIPMENT OF SNOWDRIFT LARD-A
.
the stuff-it is needed. I There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets
1 10-lb pail on Saturday Nightfor i

o here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. . . . . . . . $1.10
The Lakeland Telegram had its for- .
mal opening in its new three story We are sure you can never find anything that would .

building Wednesday evening, and the be more acceptable.T.H.Evans. ,
affair was a great triumph for the

Telgram family. It was at the same
time a great advertisement for the

paper. There are few newspapers in \ DckSoll1vosQEPARTMENTAL! CO.
Florida that own such a' handsome
t home. It is needless to say that the

Telegram has earned its success. r

t., That much can be said of nearly every .


t f that the Telegram newspaper.do not achieve has Many succeeded it. The earn fact so success that well I: ; i :;; [ [ STORE R[


r is due to the liberal appreciation that the Jeweler I ,

t. the people of Lakeland have of the :: ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
Telegram's efforts in making a creditable .

newspaper. This kind of cooperation -
OPPOSITE. POSTOFFICE
f reflects credit upon the: Ave1 OrlandoI
5 town, and the people of Lakeland are i ran e

,: doubtless just as proud of the Telegram EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING ;
="( and its nevi building as the i .
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" " " 'IIII'II""III'I OQll CDOIIDGDOIIDGDOIIDC allD a AN ORLANDO BANK FOR THE O. -

) I FAVORITE THEATRE I PEOPLE-OF ORLANDO. I r- ,

(I. a o ROBINSON STARKLY, Managers'g The Sentinel commends the state-


Toll I Mn ust t Eat l Califfy J I i 0pen9a.m.to10.30P.M.I Admission 5 cents I a IC I to ment ested the perusal of people the People's of This Orlando institution National for, whichis inter-bank


the youngest bank in Orlando, the V
-EVERY DAY- if you are a brain worker.That's D D< HD 0 D( )fl D( )G 0(IE("I "baby" bank, has had such a wonderful -

growth that it has attracted attention Gel II Al t llen's"
r the opinion of an eminent authority, who con s
ST. CECILIA'S GUILDSt. far beyond the limits of Or-

cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- lando and Orange county. The state-

? I Cecilia's Guild will hold a rum- ment shows something of the em-
gme. .. .
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mage sale today and tomorrow in the phasis which the cashier and directors "

No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car Rowland store on Church street. If are placing upon it as an Orlando

amels, Taffies, etc. anyone has articles they are willingto institution, working for the upbuilding Ask Your Friends
donate for this sale and which have and good name of the city as wellas

FRESH EVERY DAY. not been called for, a message regard- its own good. That line showingthe

ing them should be phoned. to Mrs.L. investment in Orlando city bondsis \Vhy they buy from usthey .

C. Massey.THURSDAY. a great advertisement for the Peo- will tell you, it is
ple's bank and for Orlando as we ll.

BRIDGE AT THE ROSALIND It will be recalled that the People's
KNOY National purchased both the sewer BecauseWe
BUTT'S KITCHEN f fThe CLUB
bonds and the paving bonds, amount-

hk Thursday was observed at the Rosalind ing to $240,000, within less than a We have the goods, we have
year, and paid a premium for them. n
by an auction bridge party, and the and
price
home of home-made Candies give
pure But every line in the statement is you ,
an unique plan of allowing four "cap
tains" to choose their players was good to read, and if all of it were prompt, courteous and pleasing -

Orange AvenueMllililllMIMIIMIiiMimiMIMHIIIMIIMJMMHfr followed throughout the afternoon. told in this place it would be uselessto service.Come.
read it. The statement will be
Dainty refreshments warn scr'dby
found the last .
on
the hospitality committee, com- page.BASEBALL and See
posed of Mrs. M. B. Davis, Mrs. Le-

Roy Giles, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, Miss RESULTS

\ Mr. ,Louis C. Massey spent yester- Claire Robinson and Miss Mary Holt. ,
day in Kissimmee. National League Allen & Co.
WADE I St. Louis 1, Pittsburg 4. ,
T. Picton Warlow returnedlast MAY DAY FESTIVALThe
THE TUNER Judge New York-Philadelphia; rain. '
ORLANDO, FLA. I night from a visit to Jackson- Boston-Brooklyn; rain. JewelersPrompt
ville. Ladies' Aid Society of the
Chicago-Cincinnati rain.
I ;
Methodist church are making great
I Mrs. A. H. Darrow, who has beenon held American League Repairing.
preparations for a festival to be
The Panama Man is.surely the talk f a visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. the first day of May on the attractive Detroit 5, St. Louis 8.

of the town. It!,' L Lewis, left yesterday for her home lawn at the residence of Mrs. F. D. Chicago 1, Cleveland 0. Everything Guaranteed.

'I in Chicago. Carr on North Orange A Philadelphia-New York; rain.
Mr. Ches Magruder left for Gainesville I avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Richtmann and Maypole dance will be of the Washington-Boston; rain.
this morning in a Ford. one
1 I son, of Satsuma, were guests of the many features.REHEARSAL. Federal League
.. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Magruder and : San Juan last night. They came to St. Louis 3., Indianapolis 7..-

Miss Susie Magruder spent Thursdayin I I I attend the Knights Templar reception FOR THE "MIKADO" Brooklyn-Pittsburg; rain.

Sanford. and dance. Buffalo-Baltimore; rain.
I lb.
The w, C. T. U. will meet this I'I Mr. and Mrs. Murry J. Clarke and The regular rehearsal for the Mendelssohn Southern League '=0' .dI

afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Presbyterian i daughter, Miss Romaine, veteran choral will be held tonightat Chattanooga 6-6, Memphis 42.

> lecture room. I i winter visitors to Orlando, leave today 8 o'clock at the Orlando opera Atlanta 7-1, Nashville 6-5. tliMIIIIMMItttttmilMIIMMICheese

Mr. J. H. Ely. of Union Springs, J I for their home in Pittsburg, Pa., house. Mobile 5, Birmingham 4.
stopping en route at Washington, Montgomery 3, New Orleans 2.
; Ala., arrived yesterday on a visit to Cheese!
D. C. These estimable people will be
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dean. BRAVERY AND DISCRETIONThe South Atlantic League
I I j greatly missed by many friends especially Macon 8 7. Eleven
Mr. John S. Keane, of Jacksonville, Albany innings.
We
have received another shipmentof
of the San Juan
the patrons Charleston 6 Columbia 1.
j other night at a residence on ,
is the traveling
men
popular
among where they always make their home. the New York famous cheese.
Jacksonville 2 Columbus 1. cream
stopping at the San Juan today. North Orange avenue, it was supposed ,
They expect to return early in the Savannah 6 2.
that burglars were in the house. Augusta
Mrs. W. P. Watson has returned fall.
Pater, with the characteristic
from a two weeks visit in Gainesville, I braveryof Good CoffeeTry
great Among those from Kissimmee who a Virginia gentleman, said to his GET QUICK ACTION
where she the of Mrs.
was
attended the Knights Templar dance wife, after cocking an old fashioned
I'
Thornton Stringfellow.Mrs. ', last night were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Colts, "I'll put an end to this, busi- Do you want good "help," intelligent a pound of our bulk coffee. A good

Geo. Wygant, with Master,Willson,'Jr., Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cole, ness." Then turning to his wife he employes? coffee at a cheap price.

George, Jr., arrived yesterday from Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Mr. and said, "My dear, ain't you scared?" Would you rent a room, furnishedor
Tampa to visit her mother, Mrs. H.B. land I Mrs. H. Clay Stanford, Mr. and I The lady assured him that she was unfurnished? We have some more Orange Blossom

:Myers, on East Jackson street. Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, Mr. and Mrs. not. Father lowered the hammer of Have you lands or real estate to

I Mrs. I. C. Lebolt, the clever repre- 'I W. W. Carson, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. ,the big pistol and said, "Dear, what dl' or exchange? Honey in the comb.

sentative of the National Fruit Pro-"I Clark. Mrs. W. B. Crawford, Mr. W. does it matter, let the darn house go Are you looking for a good situation -
*
ducts company, Memphis, Tenn., is A. Smith, Mr. Clay Johnson, Mr. W. i to thunder, just so I and you and the I ; a steady job?
among the guests at the San Juan. |1W. Simpson. children are safe." I How about that city lot-do you

1 Lawrence Thornton was in town i I Bishop Gray left yesterday afternoon Whereupon he discreetly locked the want to sell it? THE SANITARY GROCERY ii

/ Thursday morning shaking hands I' on his return trip to New Jer- door to the bed chamber. Is your present business making
I
with his old friends. He left on the i sey, where he will be kept busy until money for you? CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

3:13 Coast Line for points in South June or later. He reported having Rubber :Stamps::: made to orde; at Would you rather sell it and make

Carolina. II had a very pleasant time In Sanford, Warman's Repair Shop. 125tf. a change? 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tilson, who where he was guest of honor at a Have you automobiles, horses or
have been spending the past six I banquet given by the men of the After you are through with a hard carriages to sell?

months in Orlando, guests of the Wy- Episcopal church on Tuesday evening day's work you can go get a divorceif Or old furniture, chickens, cows or CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

oming, left ysterday for their home and on Wednesday evening, jn you feel like it. garden truck? 1

in Oneonta, N. Y. j the presence of a large congregation, Is your house still vacant and FUNERAL DESIGNS
he had the formal dedication of the The Panama Man is surely the talk therefore profitless? :t
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Turner and daugh-;( of the town. .. ..'.. . . . . I8111.
I fine house It Could desk
parish recently completedthere. you spare some room,
ter, Miss Wacil, who have been spend-j ------
Rev. A. S. Peck, their zealous or rent an office?
the winter here left
ing yesterdayfor
t Daytona and St. Augustine, before .;rector, and his workers are to be con- PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING In general, is there anything you No. 1 Bargains LeftThe
gratulated on the addition of this really need now?
to heir home Si-:, During the summer I will do paint-
gourney.1r j very convenient building, as it will ing and paper hanging at $2.50 a day. Doesn't matter what it is, so longas ft / following has been offered for
r I prove a great help in the parish la- All work done in the best of work- your proposition will interest another sale:
Mrs. G. R. Wrenn, mother of our also all kinds of No. 1. 3 of land im.
1 bors. manship floor fin- human being, the best, cheapest acres good ,
f popular fellow townsman, Mr. A. R. I ishings and nude decorations. Drop a surest and quickest way to reach proved. 6-room house (plastered),
Wrenn leaves postal and I do the rest. Address G. C.
today for New York
I NOTICE SHULTZ, Box. 385, Orlando, Fla. the party you want in this part of just over city line. Sale price $1,100
after a pleasant season in Orlando. 4-14-6t 1 wk.SEED the country is by telling your storyto cash; or time payments $1,200, $500
Mrs. Wrenn will visit for while in i'I -GL cash and monthly payments of $15
The Orlando Mutual Building and the thousands of readers of the !
\ Washington.The (I Loan association have established SEED! SEED! Sentinel. per month.

Panama Man is surely the talk j headquarters in the Lord & Brad- Abernethy Garden and, druggists.field seed. DeLaney 313'tfEat & Every day is good, but the Sunday No. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles oat, unimproved

r of the town. It shaw office, where Mr. Ellerbe, the Sentinel is better. ; good orange land; $25 per
I
cash.
I manager, will be glad to meet all what you want acre
Take the Seaboard sleeper to Jack-'those interested. The books of sub- Eat all you want. Try the Sentinel Job Department. a \ No. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber,
I : Take and ;5 miles out on proposed brick high-
a postscript forget it.
sonville. .Leave 8:30 p. m. and arrivein scription are now open and the first
For sale by all druggists. 5-room house. 6 acres cleared.
way
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m. 4-14-tf series will begin May 1st. It TCO LATE TO CLASSIFY
l-7-d&w.lyi This can be bought for $20 per acre,
I the same as some are asking $75 to
WANTED-Situation as auto truck
J MJJ.LHMMM I I I I" MtttttimillllMMMMMMIMiiltlMMIItMHMMMMIMIIAt I driver, by an expert chauffeur. Address $150 for. Owner is North and wants
: "Auto," care Sentinel It money.
I I No. 4.2 homesteads for sale cheap.If .

Lucerne : FOR RENT-At $5 per month, furnished i\)\1 ( WITh you are interested get particulars.
Today I sleeping room, close in, nea [ l No. 5. I also have the cheapest
: Presbyterian church, pleasant loca
The tion. I DNS 3-! acre lot, with 3-roora house in the
Inquire after 4 p. m. at 207
Palmetto street. 4-17-3t city of Orlando. in a white section.
BAuT
\ Price $375.If .
>\ : Eat what you want. you want any property, city or
Eat all you want. A PAINT country; want to rent, or have prop-

l "Mario," a fine two reel Broncho. .' M Take Fot sale a postscript by all durggists.and forget it. FOR PURPOSE EVERY erty service.to sell or rent, see me for good

l-7-d&w-lyr

"Lesson in Bridge," a one reel Reliance Opening of Piano Studio April 15th I ; CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND

For particulars address Mac Tall i
And three other good reels. man Care Grand Theater, or Phone BUSINESS EXCHANGE

No.4-3-lm.239 from 11 to 12 a. m. t uo partitl 19 W. Church St. Phone 393.


Saturday--"The Fall of Constantinople," a beautiful ; 4 4hDdslxCa OSTEOPATHYDR.

hand colored GAUMONT in three complete reels. : Good Wood $1.30 l

f J. C ,HOWELL
.I Better Wood $2 and $2.25. Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and b appointmentNo
-. I A. L. BECK LUMBER CO. ?
I
.
Best Wood 52.50 and $2.75 i Kiln Dried Lumber and Build- extra'charge for houl treatment

Admission First Floor: Adults 19 Cents.. Children 5 Cents .: This won't last long, Phone 451 ing Material.- Orlando, Fla.!Office cor.Telephone Orange connections and Central Ave..

Stock up while you can.
Balcony: 5 Cents WOOD, COAL AND ICE Buy your garden seed from DeLa-

I Orlando Wood Yard Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ney big shipment& Abernethy.of fresh Just seed.received 3-13-tf a

.. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
Continuous show from 2 m. to 10 I
\ p. p. m.tlHIIIIil'fr. :. 104 W. Pine St. I'I'I Sentinel want advertising brings
SEED! SEED! SEED! '
: the probable buyers td see your 1
B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor Garden and field seed. DeLaney & prop-
'1 .' .
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PINE CASTLE ITEMS medal passed into the possession of I We.insure your life and loan you . . IMMMMMMIHMUMMMDRAWING II.
PEOPLE'S
:Miss Ruby Wells. i WANTSMUNNDIAKERS money on real estate at 6 per cent
interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
Pine Castle, Fla., April 15.-Mrs. The program of speaking was i interspersed -
Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
Nancy Harris left Saturday morning wth musical numbers, a 325d&wtfFOR

for Auburndale to visit her aged piano duet, :Mrs. Phillips and Mrs Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale Far RENT ORLANDO O U W 4SllINGTON 4

brother, Mr. Wm. Keen. She was accompanied Scott; vocal duet. Mrs. Hoffner and Rent. et&, for this column 25c for one day. -- --- -
60c for three days or I LOO for one week for their
by her granddaughter, Miss May, Mrs. Preston accompanist; 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe WANTED-Ladies to bring

Miss Zetta Tanner. Mrs. Harris is vocal solo, Miss Frances May. Mrs advertisements for this column as no combings to us. Don't destroy
insertions will be made on credit them. We will make what you want. ROOMSLEEPING
one of the oldest residents in this Hoffner accompanist; piano duet,Miss Come and see our stock and examineour

part of the country and has seen wonderful R. Wilkins and Mrs. Scott; piano sole, FOR SALE work. We invite inspection. If

changes here in her life time. Mrs. S. Frank Phillips. There wa An elegant modern home; four bed. you havn't the hair we supply it. Our CARVIA .

Mrs. Martha Mills left on the afternoon also a chorus composed of young girl rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- stock is genuine. We We make cash everything for- .
order.
to
pay
fruit and
to train Saturday for Tampa, of this village, who sang the acknowledged flowers.tricity throughout 509 East;Central trees avenue. combings.We C

where she will enjoy a three week: temperance song, "There's Danger 2-15-tf. beg to announce that we have

' visit with her daughter, Mrs. :Minnii in the Flowing Bowl," accompanied secured the exclusive agency for the

' Roberts.Mr. by Miss Ruby Wilkins. FOR SALE well-known Hosiery. Drop and us popular a card Clow's and sam-Knit ATLANTIC COAST L T LINE f

Gus Knudson is entertaining] Mrs. Huxtable will organize aV. Nursery stock, one, two, three and ples will be submitted for your inspection -

his sister and her husband, Mr. and C. T. U. in Pine Castle, Sunday afternoon four year old buds; Foster Early, at your leisure. The goodswe
Pineapple; Java, Homosassa, Wash- handle are the kind that satisfy.
at 2:30 in the school audit
7; Mrs. N. Petersen, of Chicago.Dr. ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahla, NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS, 303 Gar-

E. H. Byrd. of Chattanpoga, rium. Everybody is invited and ;a Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 313tfFOR land St. 3-23-1 mo OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
large attendance is desired. Pin
Tenn., visited here recently at the
Castle has been in need of a W. C. SALE-Black Minorca eggs. FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house,
home of his friend, Dr. S. W. Reed garden and farm land, on Conway I
T. U. for it do and For rent, three room suite for light
May good
I Dr. Byrd is one of the most prominent years. housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm. clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. id
physicians in the "Mountaii flourish, but there is a great deal L. Coryell 201 Concord Ave. west, 3-20-lm-d&w Tileflays\\ J Satiirilay J .

City." more in such an organization thai Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf

the mere letters W. C. T. U. It FOR RENT-Two office spaces in
Mr. and :Mrs. E. N. 'Coy, of Orlando ; .
.
at No. 9 W. Church street.
in improvedand our store
means a life devoted to the cause, FOR SALE-Bargains
were recent visitors of Mr. and unimproved land. See S. S. Come in and we will show you. Pierce FOR RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON
staunch fearless workers who will
Mrs. C. C. Hall. right into, the fray. There has been go Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm Electric Co. 329tfOne W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.

:Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Newell, Mr. and
many such and there will be many; W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
s Mrs. Cary Hough, :Miss Florenc< " "
"
more, and it is an accorded fact that " " " ORLANDO, FLA.
{ Hough and Mr. Roy Hough, and Mrs .
Sarah Young, all of Ohio, left for the those who furnish the best material, George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
for such workers those who have
North Tuesday.Mrs. are G. Kirkland, Division Passencrer Agent, Tampa.MitMMtlllllillllMiiimtMMMIIIIIMIIIMII.
led the life of a drunkard's wife or; Bungalow Left to Sell
John Barr and two children,
.
a drunkard's: child and suffered when I "
Laura and John, Jr., left Thursdayfor ,
"strong drink was raging." .
their home in Mansfield, Ohio,

after spending the winter'at the hom POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR M. J. DAETWYLER "I'I'I"'II'llel'IIIIIIII'III'II 'III IIDIIIIIIII. f

of her daughter, Mrs. P. M. Shani- r,

barger. Mr. Barr remains to try the REPRESENTATIVE .THE.
IIII .. ..
;, summer here. I hereby announce my candidacy for Re Phone 5634MMMIHillllMiHMtllllllllMIHMMMI : I
' I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tyner had a resentative from Orange county subject to
the action of the Democratic primary to beheld .
, __ daughter born to them Wednesday; June 2nd. Altamonte

morning. April 8th, Dr. C. E. Filbertin J. H. REESE. '

attendance. They have named the FOR REPRESENTATIVE

W little lady Margaret Janet I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative I I ._ n 0I
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Sunday will from Orange county subject U I FOR SALE-Good upright piano;; ROOMS FOR RENT-Elegantly fur-
;]: the action of the Democratic primary to bhe'd three months nished rooms; reasonable through
leave attend the of has been used only ;;
soon to wedding : June 2nd. 406 E. Pine. 4.16-1w
I will sell at a bargain. Call on Judge summer. Altamonte Springs FlaA I
if her nephew, Mr. Wilbur Griffin, aNew S. S. GRIFFIN. LaBar, at 5 W. Livingston avenue. -Phone 646 for Hudson( and Chat I

. Smyrna. FIR REPRESENTATIVE 4-7-lw mers livery service. Auto repairing

The W. C. T. U. of Conway gave Yielding of leading to what citizens appears in almost to be every the precinct desire -- a specialty. Roy H. Barnard, 17 beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)

! one of their speaking contests at the : of Orange county that one of the candidates FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one Hewey street, Orlando, Fla. 4.9.6t Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Orchestra .

:; school auditorium here Tuesday even to be nominated for Representative acre in bearing orange grove; sis: etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful
; in the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe
The affair under the from the country precincts. I hereby announce acres cleared; part of land suitable MISCELLANEOUSFirst h location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40
ing. was very myself a candidate. for gardening and trucking; located _. h acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot
. able direction of :Mrs. Huxtable. The _A. B. NEWTON. half mile from city limits on public -- -- -- ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve- '
class Brazing specialty atWarman's M
young girls, eight in number, who MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., Repair Shop a 0.1 Court St. ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
contested for the silver medal offered care Box 431 city. 3-10-tl 125tf. Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
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I hereby announce myself as a candidate ------ -- j
were all very much worth listening for re-election to the office of Member ol SWEET POTATO PLANTS
:: .- to and the spokesman for the Board of Public Instruction Orange County thousand fei One hundred and sixty acres of fine I GEORGE E. BATES & SON PROPRIETORS i
will ,
rem District No.3. subject to the coming I pay $1.00 per farm land, near Maning, North Da-
.:R: judges. Mr. Wm. Livengood, in a neat primary. Very respectfully i Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato kota, 80 acres under cultivation in SUMMER RESORT "TilE GRAND," MOUNT VERNON, N. II. J

little speech acknowledged that it was WM. EDWARDS. plants, from now until June 15th good location. Will trade for orange I,5l444-S4H0 slittot 5,00504 0 01005 00 51-H
Zellwood Fla. "110551
Pine Castle Fla. .
a hard matter to render a decision a:, P. M. Shanibarger, grove or city property. For full par
I' FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION 3-31-lm ticulars address C. E. Piatt Conway,
to who was the best speaker. The .
I hereby announce myself as a candidate -- --- Box 43. 3-28-6d-lw
for re-electien to the office of Supervisor oi A 41-2 ACRE ORANGE GROVE- ..
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:- .Registration Democratic for primary Orange to County be held subject June 2nd the Has on it a 6-room house, 255 or FOR RENT-By the year or month, Souvenir Postal Cards
NOTICE 1914. ange and grapefruit trees, nearly al modern seven room house. Apply
: ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR in bearing; near depot and postoffice 217 East Robinson avenue. 4-4-8t
COMPANY, AUCTION Price $1.500 cash. Call on W. A s

SALE OF UNCLAIMED AND REFUSED hereby announce SHERIFFI myself as a candidat Branner, Maitland, Fla. 4-16-31 More help wanted? Room to let You have to buy them whether you wish toor

FREIGHT. for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the -
FOR R NT-OR-SAL -Eight room er wanted? Advertise in the Sen-
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914.
Orlando, Fla, March 25th, 1914 FRANK GORDON. furnished house. Will rent all or tinel. Be sure to read the ads. intoday's not so why not go where you can find the
the Claim
By direction of Freight the month .
FOR SHERIFFI part of it, by or year
Agent, notice is hereby given that Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Sillimai Sentinel. They bring results.W. finest quality and largest assortment? If
i the following listed freight will bet announce myself as a candidate for the 4-.'-2wk
office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, street.
: sold at public auction for freight
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T. ENTRICAN.
and other charges, at the A. C. L i subject native of to Orange the Democratic county. In primary.asking the I am vote a FOR SALE-New two-story, five Offers to Orlando the newest and best we cannot show you twice as many different

i freight warehouse in Orlando, Fla.,, of my fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge room house, with bath. Modern in of in the and
l' on Tuesday, April 28, 1914. Sale will the duties of the office without fear every way. Just off Lucerne Circle(decorating workmanship trade. Phone painting 636.1.21lm styles of Orlando view cards as any other
or favor to any man for the upholding of the
at 10 o'clock a. m. .
t commence laws and the preservation 'of peace and good Good bargain to prompt buyerOwner
.t Goods sold without guarantee oi; order in the county. phone 466, city.
cards free
t. quality, quantity or value. Terms:: WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR 4-10-eod-lmo firm in the city, we will give you
Buy garden seed from DeLaney
your -
Cash.J. .
j- Spot COUNTY COMMISSIONER
A. Huske, Route AgentA. I am a candidate for the uffice of Coun FOR. SALE-One S. A. Wood's plane: I big shipment& Abernethy.of fresh Just seed.received 3-13-tf a of charge. Make us prove it.
ty Commissioner of Orange county from
A. C. L. Fayetteville, N.C. Hall &
Ry., District 2. If elected I promise to serve the and matcher, 6x24; one
1 S. A. L 30120; S. A. L 32061; S. A. people to the best of my ability having resided Brown double surface planer, No. 45, I 4 ..
L 32023; S. A. L. 33359; S. A. L here a number of years I am qualified 6x30. Address Overstreet Crate Co., Why worry about cooking during
.1 30221; S. A. L 31671; S. A. L 31662; to know the needs. of the section and .Orlando, Fla. 4-11-6 the hot weather? Try the twenty- W. S. BRANCH,

z f S. A. L. 32178; S. A. L. 30094; S. A. the people. Respectfully five cent meals at the Arcade Kes- ,
L. 33347 S. A. L. 35951. unfur tau rant. 4106t.
; A. C. STARBIRD FOR RENT-Permanently,
;f Consigned to o-n Hamilton Johnson, Apopka Fla. nished, at South Lake and Soutl The Arcade Book and Music Store
:i Orlando, Fla 3275t. FOR COMMISSIONER streets, very nice lower flat; has five Job printing at the Sentinel

.-t re-election I hereby as announce Commissioner c-yfelf from a candidate District No for rooms and bath and all modern con --- -- - --- -
{ 3 I, Orange county Florida, subject to the veniences. Address.. C. Goesswein
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j J. L. DILLARD. FOR RENT-Large, well furnished I

BEES-AN ESSAY FOR COMMISSIONERI rooms for light housekeeping' in:
MAY hereby announce myself a candidate for modern home close in. 312 North Here
By Claude L'Engle re-elecfion as County Commissioner from a Style Show
4146
District No. 1 of Orange county subject the Main street
i action of the primary of June 2nd. Your TO""RENT Eight rooms bath, ho

i Dont't Get Stung- support will be greatly appreciated.M. 0. OVERSTREET.FOR water, electrh' !;ghta: with spier. \

i': :May bees are good little in COUNTY COMMISSIONERI did garden. Low rent to the nigh
hereby announce myself as a candidate party. 308 West street. 4-14-3: Year
in the
sects, for County Commissioner Orange County Every Day
But they don't fly in June District Four subject to the action of the FOR SALE OR RENT-On eas;' .
Democratic primary, June 2nd, 1914. I wil
land in
terms, 8 acres of fine city}
In the June primaryDon't greatly appreciate your support
Yours truly limits; 5 room house, small barn I
waste time on May C. J. SWEET. Grove, 200 bearing trees; a good 12:!

bees. Pine Castle Fla. room house, modern improvements! Home makers will find a visit through our
Some other man may be all FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI on West Central avenue. Also a new
announce myself as a candidate for re 7 house nicely finished, modern
right for you in Congress; rlection to the office of County Commission room We have here the
Some other man may be in (r, Orange County, District Five, subjec improvements.! Inquire No. 6 Terr; big store an interesting treat.
to the decision of the Democratic primary, street, city. 4-9-lv
line with progressive De Jane, 2nd. 1914.
Respectfully FOR SALE most delightful of necessities for the furnishingof
mocracy. E. L. BROWN
week
Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1
Some other man may be Ft Christmas. Fla.
interest.
ly, no
able to think for the people FOR TAX ASSESSORI Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12! the modern home.

after election hereby announce my candidacy for th! acres land, lake front. $1,250.
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or,
r But may be some other man to the action of the Democraitc >>1'imaocalled ; '
for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and I lando. $10 per acre. t
won't. elected I pledge you my faithful service. 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando We specialize in high-grade furniture at a

fi And may be you'll get ARTHUR BUTT. $12.50 per month gets warranty deedF. : .'

stung fooling with him. FOR COUNTY TREASURERI 4-14-d&w-lm A. LEWTER. moderate price. We invite you to come in and
that Claude hereby announce myself & candidate fo r
You know Treasurer of Orange County subject to thi .
L'Engle is NOT a may be; Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. -- look the display.
J. H. TUCKER. r WANTED over
You know that he .will

think and act for you, hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTORI myself as a candidat FURNISHED FLAT to rent for sum

fi Because he is now in Con- for re-election to the office of Tax Collecto: mer; rent very reasonable; goo<

gress doing this very thing. of primary Orange to County be held subject June Del to the 1114If Democrat reelected : tenants chief consideration. Appl;}) PRICfSRIGUT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHTKincaid

{ When can get a sure I pledge to you my faithful serum! R. S. B., this office. 4-10-lv?
you
as I have endeavored to give ia the past
thing, W. E. MARTIN. WANTED-White woman for cool

Don't risk the best chance and general housework; small family -
FOR SALE OR TRADE
; modern conveniences; suburbai:
that ever happened. Two high grade Jerseys and t
young home; good pay. Box 54, Orlando.
Claude L'Engle has been one native milch cow; free milkers;, 4-16-3t

time-tried and firetested and perfectly gentle. '
One eight year old horse, works) .WANTED Unfurnished house 7
in the fights for thepeople's l 01; Snowden
single or double; alsy have a good more rooms, close in. Phone 634,
rights.He five year old horse that works extra 4-10-7t
is the one sure thing good under the saddle. not afraid oi:

for you in' this race for train or auto. WANTED-Stenographic work bj
One light, two-horse wagon, hare, job, day or permanent Best refer
in the Fourth

District.He Congress. ness.One light top buggy and harness!, ences.4-15-3t Experienced. Phone 403. ORLANDO'SIILOW PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE

is there for one term, good as new.
him there for another Will sell at a bargain for cash 01. WANTED-Two young men at busi.
Keep first class security. Will trade foi to work out oj
ness college part
Vote for Claude L'Engle anything of equal value.W. tuition. Orlando Business College. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

first. H. GRAESER, 4-14-3t .
I-10-lw Formosa Postoffice,
Take a chance second /
4 Put money in thy purse by advertising .

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: EMPIRE HOTEL FRONTS ON THREE STREETS. ROOMS 75c $1.00 AND -

$1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.

100 ROOMS J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop-

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

NICE AND NE\V. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to
51.00 A DAY MEALS 50 CENTS

$5.00PER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

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

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"INTERLACHEN" Just Bargains Ij 4

We Will Put the Reins THE MARKET

Cooper & Atha closed a real estate That's All :

deal today which is possibly the largest -\ of Success in Your I
individual sale of the season and
$3,500-10 acres 700 grapefruit : Of Cleanliness Of
one which means much to Orlando Quality ;
and orange trees. 120 are I
in which the : Hands
and the section property
large seedlings and the balanceare
is located. : \ FRESH AND SALT MEATS
from one to three year old
Beautiful Interlachen, as the place : How? By furnishing witha buds. Near city.
is called, is located east of Orlando you I FISH AND GAME
$3,250.Choice home in city; 8
about two miles and has frontage : Let
a Fertilizer.
perfect our representative rooms, large: lot and finet fruit Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
on Lake Underhill of about 1,200 feet. :
On the south of the property are : call on He will give a $2,400.-Good 7-room house,
you. you East Side. ,Close in, only five Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

lakes erty contains Vernon and forty Crystal.acres,The half prop-of : formula that will make and mature minutes from postoffice.Lots and pure.
of choice lots and
a number
which is in grove and under a very ; fruit. We invite
your of exceptionally good city inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
of cultivation. It is improved
high state :
and grove propositions. We have everything in the Meat Line.
with a modern bungalow with I
for rent several furnished bungalows
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water and light plant and joins the

Beacham handsome and country Wallace homes Thompson.of, Colonel The :: t by the and year flats and close others in.'till Some the The PARLOR MARKETH.

Tie SOlllliern I r Fertilizer K. winter season begins. Call and
r
buyer, :Mrl A. E. Shields, is a make your wants known.
wealthy lady of Lexington Ky., and
has large property interests there as I M. Self & Co.
Phones Office 32 Plant 31 FLORIDA
well as being interested in a big colonization ORLANDO : & Atha
Cooper
tract on the St. Johns river. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiHiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiitiiSford ; PINE STREET

Mrs. Shields has made two trips to
lit South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
Phone No. 80
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Florida this winter and has visited a
number of sections between Jackson- Phone No. 311

ville and Tampa looking for an ideal .III.I.III..II 111111111111111111111011111111MMMMMIMMIHIMMMIMiltliiMMiMHMMi .

location for a winter home. Orange

county, and especially Orlando, is 'to &" BHIIitiBMMMtli*
be complimented on being able to fur-

nish :Mrs. Shields just the place fora

winter home that she dseired. Mrs. .

Shields' son, Mr. Coombs, will have
charge of the property and make his W. M. SLEMONi

permanent home here. It is the intention -

of the new owner to further load
Just arrived car
improve the property by setting about .
twenty acres more in grove and build FORDS for immediate -

ing four modern bungalows. Mrs.' New Goods Arriving Daily

Ensign, the former owner of "Inter delivery. ,
credit for the i
lachen, deserves great ,
way she has developd this property Get yours now

f and made it one of the most attract- .

ive places in Orange county, and no F. G. RUSH,
doubt leaves the place very reluctant

ly. Phone 226 We sell high grade Men's Hats :;
Clothing made by John B. Stetson & Co.

made' by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. -
Claude E. Brown, a white farmer ;

twenty-six years old, of Deerfield, Boys' Suits/'"Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. ,;
Palm Beach county, was found mur- H 1
dered a few days ago on the railroad Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. ;;

tracks the He had been 1
near depot.
&'Co. a
Best place in the city to trade. i
stabbed to death with a knife. Three 3a

negroes suspected of the crime are be-
J
ing held.

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To the West and NorthwestVIA !! ,

Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm -- ---
Ar Jacksonville 7:30 pm .I.I.IOllllel'l
Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.1. 9:00 pm -- --
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L-.11:10 pm

Ar Lv Tipton Albany,,Ga.Ga.,,A.A. C.C. L.L_-___ 2:40 1:15 am am DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND o HOO....:IHIIt.I. ......IHHI..... .....:$.ln 0 I 'UI VII! I'LI f'o I 1..II..II..a.MIMMMMIItMilllilMilOlitMMMIMM ..

{ Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am .
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED t.f .U..J I II I

Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga. 7:30 am I .
Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 pAr ,
Dixie Dixie
Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05" pm I Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED HOT WATER

Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.- 7:46 pm Lv Orlando. A. C. L.......12:31 am 3:13pm I I v Orlando. ........................ 3:13 pi m
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm r Jacksonville, A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30p: In the Summer Time. Hot water is of the most
Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C_________11:07 pm v Jacksonville, A. C. L.,. 9:3 am 8:25pm v Jacksonville, A. C. L. ........... 8:13p:m one
Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.1213 am Waverots. A. C. L......11:50am 10:25pmr Waycross A. C. L .............10:20pi essential features of a comfortable home. This is
Macon, G. S. &: F....... 5lSpm 4:15am r Macon G. S. & F. .............. 8:46ai ro some
Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am r Atlanta. C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm '1:25 am r Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. 7:12a m: emphasized most strongly the Summer time because ,nowt'
r Knoxville L. & N. .............12:19p
Ar Centralia, Ill, I. C 1:38 am r Chattanooga W. &: A..12:18am 11:55amr r Corbin L. &: N ................ 3:16 pi you don't want to heat the kitchen up by ''' one
Ar Matoon Itt. I. C_-_____ 3:30 Nashville, N. C. &: SL L. 4:50 am 4:30 pmm r Louisville, L. &: N. .............. 9:00 p- )
am
?.. ....... .. keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequently Am
Indianapolis.
____ r L. 1:50 a
Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C. 4:29 aAr I Ar St Louis L c.&: I.&: N. %:50 pm 1:20 am eo.
Kankakee, Ill., I. C..____ 6:20: am l Ar Lexington. L. &: N. ............ 6:50 p most homes have to go without it all Summer and
Ar Hopkinsnlle, L. &; N........... 6 6:27pm Ar Cincinnati L. &: N. ...........eo 8:50 p
S Ar Chicago, III, I. C_______ 7:50 am: Ar Evansville L&: N..... 9:28 am 9;25 pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. & L ..........12:20pr m have it only in limited quantity in the Winter. i?
Solid Through Trains-Composed oi, Ar Terre Haute, C. &: E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Grand Rapids G. R. &: L ...eo.. %:-15 p
observation, compartment, drawing.: Ar Chicago, C. &: E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am'I r Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:15 am a "GET A RUUD" i
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room, section, sleeping cars, aiid free: .
reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville :'I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED and you have plenty of steaming hot water any time
Solid train composed of section drawing
and Chicago, and Jacksonville Solid train composed of electric light
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room sleeping cars, observation compartment h. want it and at a small cost by simply
and SL Louis. All meals in dinin:,cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coat: you very
car. Chicago, and section drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and turning on the faucet: !
For f kets and Pullman car reservations ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapoli: ;
all on DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville sad
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear betty ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANY .
artment, observation sleepers and electlie
or Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mendsand ys
D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent' ighted coaches lection and drawing-room smoking car.sleepers.Dining Finnlass car Thursdays of each week. Dining ear Gas.Department
a Atlantic Coast Line, erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati

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FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL 0!N '
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f' At the close of business April 11th, 1914 J (Showing not only the finances, but that this is a purely "Orlando" -'.
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: : :1. APRIL 15,1914RESOURCES
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1. Loans and Discounts $ 478,675.50Overdrafts .: '
Loans to Orlando People ...........................$187,978.48
; . . . . . . 940.80 Overdrafts to Orlando People .... .................. 183.26
t Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 154,131.74 U. S. and Orlando bonds .... .................. ? ... 186,652.70
Furniture and Fixtures . . . 13,106.55 Banking House in Orlando .. ....................... 32,049.73
1 Real Estate . . . . . . 9,145.29 Cash, available for Orlando People ................ 113,833.11

Cash on hand and due from banks . 385,515.22Total '
.. $520.697.28 ,
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. . . . . . $1,041.515.10 LIABILITIES .
Capital, 90 Per Cent owned in Orlando.S 50,000.00
: 'f! Surplus, 90 Per cent owned in Orlando .... .... .. .. .. 10,000.00
:' r.;:., Undivided Profits, 90 per cent. increase ......,.. ... 4,777.84
..... :' Circulation. due National Government ..... .... :.. 21,000.00
LIABILITIES Reserved for Orlando, Orange County and State of Fla.
k taxes ................................. ..... .. 452.58
Capital Stock . . . . . . $ 50,000.00 Bills Payable (Mortgage on banking house, in force
: Surplus . . . . . . . 35,000.00 : when we bought same and not due, so cannot be
paid off) ...................................... 10,000.00
Undivided . . . . .
Profits 7,078.15 :-, :. Deposits of Orlando people and U. S. gov't ... ...... 424,466.86

a. Deposits, .. . . : . . . . 949,436.95 .:-;. .'.': .. $520.697.28 ':...

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t Total . . . . . . $1,0 1,515.10 .:. Of the Orlando people to this purely Orlando Institution:

; ;:.1 ..; Deposits, April 15, 1914 ............... ........:....$424,466.86 ..
af I OFFICERS...) M t! .,. s :: .'; Deposits. December 15, 1912 ......... ..... ...... .. 85,533.68 '..,.. ..:'.

'. .' INCREASE in 16 Months 396 per cent ..... ..........$338,933.18 :"
Louis C. Massey, President S. Waters Howe, Cashier. "
T. Picton Warlow, Vice-Pres. Samuel A. Newell, Asst Cashier ... ;. "It is a Pleasure to Serve You" :' ,,: ;: :

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FLEET ON THE WAY I ready left the Norfolk navy yard for
(Continued from page 1)) |Hampton Roads. The battleship Del- preceding. Mr. Johnson, who is a STOLEN JEWELRY of the jewelry, for much of it evi I says that she found the things on
great lover of snapper fishing, took sentimental value t the back verandas of the houses she
aware will not be able to get away. (Continued from page 1)) dently possessed a
seamen from St. Helena who were I She will be at the navy yard for repairs advantage 'of the fair day and wentto I Some of the missing things were that can not be appraised but the visited, but this is a story which is

4 relieved at midnight by another shift' and overhauling until July :: the snapper banks, but during the found in the possession of Parrish. dollar value of it is considerable and not even plausible. Most of the
of apprentices.
afternoon the weather became threat- The list of articles has not been runs well into the hundreds. thefts that have been reported were
I Before the vessel sailed yesterday ening and before he could reach har- The is of the most'remark :the result of leaving the trinkets on
Completed, but those identifiedwere case one
SPENDS ALL NIGHT IN GULF IN among
detail of
a seamen were transferred bor again the waves were running so two rings belonging to Mr. Jus- 1 able ever coming under the notice of I dressers. Only in one or two instances -
to her from the OPEN BOAT
receiving ships high that it
was impossible for him
t tin Van Buskirk, one of them a val- the local police. The robberies have have houses been forcibly en-
Franklin and Richmond for distribu- to do so. He anchored about ten i
: uable set ring that had been in his been going on in and about Orlandofor tered.
tion among the vessels of the fleet. Pensacola, Fla., April 16. Arthur miles off shore. Early in the morn- I loaded
family for nearly a hundred several months. The fact that! As it stands the chief is
In addition to the other ships leav- Johnson, one of Pensacola's best ing relatives chartered a tug and and another ring taken from years Mr. Chief Smith was able to connect the down with swag, and is ready to help
ing Hampton Roads for Mexican wa known citizens went to the mouth of the I
Tuesday night under- harbor and their
to property.
Newton P. Yowell's home. Three girl with the thefts lies probably in people identify
ters the repair ship Vestal, the am- the found Mr. Johnson '
went
most trying of making for
experience port watches were found, but the most his thorough knowledge of the resi- Sheriff Frank Gordon co-operated
;F munition ship Lebanon and the naval his life when he was compelled to without assistance. I II valuable of these a small ladies' size dents of Darktown. He said that he with the chief and helped him in the
tugs Patapsco, Paeuent, Sonowa and
the entire
spend night at the
mercyof timepiece, Hamilton works, seventeen had been watching the girl for some case. Both did faithful work, and
; Ontario The are hastily preparing for sea. the waves of the Gulf of Mexico If your paper is not delivered I I I jewel has not been identified e time. Her method of operations, covered much territory in gatheringin
Patapsco and Ontario have al- in I
l- a tiny open boat in which he had I promptly, don't fail to notify the office. i It is difficult to estimate the value however, is as yet unexplained. She the lost property.

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AFTER SUPPER IS TOO SHORT A PERIOD FOR US TO SUCCESSFULLY SELL AND FIT

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MN'sPANTS

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SO AS ABOVE STATED AT ANY TIME OF THE DAY WE WILL SELL MEN'S ALL-WOOL PANTS, SIZES VARYING FROM 29 TO 44 WAIST AT THE FOLLOWING

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4 $6.00 MEN'S PANTS . . . . . . .$4.98 $5.00 MEN'S PANTS . . . . . . .$.1.00 $.1.50 MEN'S PANTS . .: . :. . . .$3.78
K $.1.00 MEN'S PANTS . . . ,. . .$3.29 $3.50 MEN'S PANTS . . . . . . .$2.98 $3.00 MEN'S PANTS . . . . .*. . .$2.69

r THESE ARE ALL SPANKING NEW GOODS, ALL THIS SEASON'S STYLES, AND EXCEEDINGLY GOOD VALUES AT THE FIRST PRICE .



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Our regular After Supper Sale, between the hours of 7:30 and 9:00, on SHIRT WAIST SALE-ON THE SECOND FLOOR

above date will comprise our very best goods, at values unheard of before We are going to offer in the Ready-to-Wear department-

c in Orlando. Read just a .few: Values ranging from $1.50 to $3.50 for . . . . . . 79c..
These are "pick-ups."
FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

60 and 75c. value Brocaded -
10 to 1212c. towels, 50c. Value -men's underwear ,- THIRD FLOOR THIRD FLOOR THIRD FLOOR
and Crepe Silk this
39c. 1 pair to customer, 50 . . . 38c. Regular lOc. Glasses, Colonial I Glasses I regular Heisley's Ice tea glasses,
sale . . . .
i 6 for . . 25c. 5cc. sellers, 6 for ,15c.Special regular 15 cent sellers,
1 to customer dozen to sell. 50c. Value Union Suits .
x pattern 6 to customer. sale on EnamelWare 6. for . . . .f.0 c.
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35>> pieces in different 5c . . . .3 8 c.
signs. Slightly damaged. 6 to customer. .




SWIFT PREMIUM HAMS 19 CENTS PER POUND

1 HAM TO CUSTOMER, IS THE OFFERING FROM THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT FOR THIS SALE. HAVING RUN SHORT AT OUR LAST HAM SALE WE ARE GO- '

ING TO HAVE A PLENTY THIS TIME, OF, YOU KNOW, THOSE NICE SIZES, VARYING FROM 8 TO 12 POUNDS. EVERY HAM CASH. '


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Our lail-Ordei/ 'is giving satisfaction to our out-of-town friends.

Department Try an order and become a regular patron.



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