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

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





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JUNE following portion of President Vilson's talk to the
Troops of Three States to Go Else

MffiCHANT YSSu.s[ PUT ON NOTICE[ where for ManeuversBleaseWants authorized Washington today correspondents at the White on the House.Mexican The situation presidentsaid was T TOO O IMPORTANT TO BE[ NASTILY PASSED


TO VACATE THE HARBORS OF "I want to say to you gentlemen, do not get the im- IS REASON ASSIGNED BY MAS

VERA CRUZ AND TAMPICOIN Washington, April 20.-The ma- pression that there is to be war between the United SACHUSETTS
neuver camp next summer for regular COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO States and Mexico. That is not the outlook at present, at

VIEW OF POSSIBLE troops and the militia of North CONFER WITH PALATKA, all. In the first place, in no conceivable circumstanceswill RESOLUTION GOES OVER

BOMBARDMENTWashington and South Carolina, Georgia and Flor- KISSIMMEE AND OTHER we fight the people of Mexico. UNTIL ANOTHER DAY

ida will be located outside of South I "We are their friends and we wc-.t to help them in
April 20.-(Special) Carolina because of Governor Blease's I I every way that we can to recover the 'r rights and their Washington, April 20.Special.After ( .)

-The first sign of active operations! failure to comply with demands made GAMESA government and their laws; and for the l present I am go- a bitter wrangle lasting over

against Mexico today was the order:I by Secretary Garrison. The secre I ing to congress to present a special situation and seek three hours, in which the Presidentwas

rushed to Admirals Fletcher and tary had given Blease until this I booster trip from Orlando to their approval to meet that special situation."It criticized for his Mexican policy,

Mayo that American commercial vessels morning to disavow all previous I Miami, striking in at Daytona and is only an issue between this government and a the house tonight passed the Flood

should vacate the harbors of statements on the subject and invite traveling down the coast to the ob- person calling himself the provisional president of Mexico resolution giving the president authority -

Tampico and Vera Cruz. the war department to have the maneuvers jective point, and returning, was whose right to call himself such we have never recognized to use the army and navy to

The next step, if bombardment be on the Isle of Palms, but instead given the indorsement of the Orlando in any way. enforce his demand that Huerta recognize -

ordered will be the notification to of such compliance Mr. Garrison Board of Trade last night, and a com- "So that I had a feeling of uneasiness as I read the the American flag.

Americans and all foreigners at Vera this morning received a telegram mittee was named to make the neces- papers this morning, as if the country were getting on Fifteen minutes after the resolu-

Cruz to leave the city within twenty- from Governor Blease saying'he was sary preparations.The fire with war enthusiasm. I have no enthusiasm for war; tion was brought to the senate oppo-

four hours. sending a special delivery letter on trip to St. Petersburg last I have an enthusiasm for justice and for the dignity of sition to its phraseology became so

That the main point of attack the subject. Mr. Garrison's announce- year offered the inspiration for the the United States, but not for war. This need not eventuate apparent that the senate was forcedto

against Huerta will be Vera Cruz, ment that the camp would go to one trip down the other side this year. into war if we handle it with firmness and prompt take adjournment till after midnight -

was indicated by.the significant order of the other three states followed. I It was reported that fifty-two per- ness."

flashed today to Admiral Badger to sorts made the trip last year, and Mr. Wilson said the executive could take steps which The resolution was referred to the
deflect three of his battleships to TEMPLE DEGREE TO BE CONFERRED I Mr. J. P. Holbrook, who brought the would fall short of a declaration of war. committee on foreign relations afterSenator

Vera Cruz instead of sending themto THURSDAYs matter to the attention of the board, Lodge objected to its imme-

Tampico. said he was of the opinion that a diate consideration.In .
The earliest action taken today wa Olivet Commandery, No. 4, Knights greater number would make the making his objection, Senator
the meeting of the joint army and I Templar, will confer the Temple degree posed trip to Miami. pro- J JACKSON K KlllO[ AS RESULT T ijfG OVIEDO MAN f FOUND DEAD IN Lodge said the resolution was of such

navy' boards. Thursday at 7:30 p. m. on the great importance that it should take

Officers at this meeting franklysaid following past commanders filling the spoke Secretary of the C. great E. Howard success and of others the G GUN PLAY NEAR APUPA WELL AT HIS H NOME the regular course.

that they were ambarrassed by various stations: L. C. Massey, eminent The action of the senate in taking
visit to.St. Petersburg, saying that -
the fact that there had been no indication commander; L. L Payne, gen adjournment until after midnight
I all the towns along the wanted
yet on the part of the presi eralissimo; Vf. H. Reynolds, captain way Harmless Negro Was Shot Through 'C. W. Cheesman Was Missed and throws the resolution over into an-
to entertain the crowd, and those
dent that he would issue the usual 1 general; 0. S. Robinson, senior war' Head by Stray Bullet From I j, Neighbors Make Gruesome Findin other calendar day and in effect is
that were not given the opportunityto
i proclamation calling for volunteers den; Jos. Dawson, junior warden; W. Melee Outside Tent Searching for Him a flat rejection of the president's re-.
do so felt that they had been
It had been recommended to him that R. O'Neal, prelate; T. P. Warlow,,, 5Apopka quest that action be taken today.
He that the
slighted. suggested
committee -
the call should be for 250,000 men. treasurer; Geo. McCulloch, recorder; Fla., April 20.-At mid- It was a gruesome sight that met The opposition to the resolution
Secretary Daniels announced that Chas. Lord, standard bearer; John in charge make ample arrangements night Saturday at the Overstreeet log the eyes of a party of Oviedo people was based entirely on the ground that
for entertainment in the
all preparations possible by the navy Steinmetz, sword bearer; John Brad camp two and a half miles from this early Sunday morning when they din- the action which the president pro

had already been made. shaw, warder; John,C. Jones, assist itinerary.Mr. place a number of negro camp hands 'covered the body of C. W. Cheesman, poses to take isn't sufficiently aggressive

Adjutant General George S. An ing in the Knights of :Malta. .. Holbrook. .. said.. it"was. proposed- .. and some of Sellers' naval stores who had been smothered to death by to warrant the belief that he
drews announced that recruiting officers to take ladies on tile trip, and mat hands got into a fuss, with the result the cave-in of a well at his home. will accomplish anything towards a

were ready at various stationsto RECRUITING ROUGH RIDER REGIMENT -I six days would be consumed in going that the gunplay that figured inj i! The man had been dead for about settlement of the outrages in Mex

begin the work of recruiting as and returning. This plan was only the fight caused the death of Lewis four days, and the posture in whichhe ico.

soon as the call for volunteers was I tentative, of course, for no definite Jackson, an old and trusted colored was found and the circumstancesj The Republicans, led by Senator
issued. Ocala, Fla., April 20.-Maj. Meyer plans had been made; the trip was employe at the camp. j j: surrounding the discovery indicated I Smoot, want the resolution strengthened. -

The action of the president and his Greenburg, of Texas, is here for the I only recently suggested, the plan being Lewis had no part in the fight. In (''that death was entirely accidental. Anticipating this, a conference

position as outlined in his message to purpose of recruiting horsemen and I agitated by Mr. V. W. Estes, who fact, a stray bullet went through the j I I The dead man was sexton of the was called at the White House to-

congress today was telegraphed last marksmen with a view to raising a I worked up the party last year, and tent and entered his head, tearing I!; Oviedo Methodist church, and was night at which the president and Secretaries

night to ministers and ambassadors regiment, 1,200 strong, of "rough riders -I who is enthusiastic for another trip.A away a portion of the skull. He lived |j first missed when no bell was rung Bryan, Garrison and Daniels
of the United Sattes everywhere. At ," to volunteer for service in Mexico committee composed of Messrs.J. until 10 a. m. Sunday. ''for the Thursday evening prayer discussed the situation that now con
the, state and navy departments it i should the United States send P. Holbrook, V. W. Estes, Arthur meeting. The matter was dismissed fronts them.Following.
after the
was stated that foreign nations_have troops into that country.It Butt and J. N. Bradshaw, was namedto Immediately fight Dep- without any serious thought at the this conference word was
undoubtedly notified their merchantmen is reported that he has already make plans and set a date for the uty Sheriff Harrod of Apopka and 1 time, but when no preparations were sent to the Democratic leaders to
Dr. Carroll of ;
Apopka went to the
and citizens in Vera Cruz and pledged 500 Florida riders. caravan of automobiles to leave Or- ( ( made Saturday for Sunday servicesthe "steam roll" the resolution through.The .
of the trouble.
Tampico to be guided by orders issued lando. The Board of Trade will furnish scene Deputy Harrod II suspicions of the sexton of the leaders immediately began work
placed under arrest two and
by the United States. WILL OPEN BIDS FOR SEPTIC I banners and other advertising men one Baptist church were aroused, and he rounding up a sufficient number of
woman, all colored, lodging them in
There is no question but that the TANK CONSTRUCTION matter. I I paid a visit to Cheesman's home, senators to pass the resolution.In .
the town jail. The deputy then took
United States has the initial right to Baseball for the SummerA about two miles south of Oviedo. the meauwhile, plans for army
the chase after the
up man that is alleged -
bombard the city of Vera Cruz. If The city council will today open letter was received from the to have the Cheesman was a bachelor, 45 yearsof and navy operations are held up wait-
there should be a bombardment noti- bids for the construction of a small baseball club of Palatka asking if shooting. His age, and had lived alone. The Baptist ing word that congress has approvedthe
name is Marshall Jones, alias Minie
fication must be made to the citizensof I. septic tank, which is to be built in Orlando would join in the movementto sexton found the house open, course the president has an-
Jones, one of the force of
all nations. If it becomes neces- addition to the three originally pro- have a series of games between grove men but no trace of the missing man, and nounced that he intends to take.It .
for Braxton
working Beacham at Forest
sary to bombard Vera Cruz this action vided for in the sewerage system. clubs of this section. There was con- returning to the town he spread the appears that Democrats and Re-
will be followed immediately by siderable discussion during which it City. Late Sunday night he was alarm. A party of citizens then wentto publicans alike are disappointed with

the landing of marines in force and MAY ABANDON VISIT was developed that the Kissimmee located but got away. Up to the the home, and upon examining the the message because they thought the
time he is
present at
beginning their march to Mexico board of trade was giving support toa large. premises found that a new well had president proposed to settled the

Washington, April 20.VicePresident movement for a ball team there. Judge F. S. Withersby empanelled been dug and that the sides had caved score of the United States with Mex-
City.Early The likelihood is that an effort will a jury consisting of Messrs. Kellogg,I in.
tonight neither Secretary of and Mrs. Marshall have arranged ico, but instead they discovered that
War Garrison nor Secretary of State to leave here tomorrow for be made to organize a team for Orlando Davis, Loveless, Smith, McCloud and It was too dark when this discov- he merely intends to compel Huertato

Bryan could say what the position of Florida, but the uncertainty of the! and that a bush league will be Rimell. A verdict was rendered that ery was made to pursue the search salute the flag and thereby make

Villa and Carranza is toward the Mexican stiuation may block the ar-I organized for summer diversion. Jackson came to his death from a pistol farther, but early Sunday morning a reparation for the slight that his ig-

United States, but as they control rangements. Messrs. J. P. Holbrook, W. E. Gore, shot fired by Marshall Jones. number of people returned to the spot norant subordinates have put upon

northern Mexico there is no doubt Jr., Arthur Butt, J. H. Reese and Shingle Mill Burned and began removing the earth from this country, overlooking entirely the
'''that they would have to be reckoned BASEBALL RESULTS John M. Cheney were named as a Last night (Sunday) the shingle the well, which had been sunk to a injuries to Americans and foreignersand

with if it is decided to send troops committee to investigate and report.To mill belonging to Percy Starbird, sit- depth of between ten and fifteen feet. the destruction of millions of dollars
across the border. National LeagueSt. Entertain Medical AssociationIn uated north of this town on the Rock I But very little of the loose earth of foreign property.

Louis 2, Chicago 0. view of the meeting of the Flor- Springs road, was destroyed by fire, had been taken out when the head The President's Message
ida Medical Association in Orlando in'' (cause unknown. No insurance. Thisis ;: and
of the
New York-Brooklyn, Boston-Philadelphia missing man "Gentlemen of the Congress: .
FEITCHER'S[ S N-IN-lAW MUST Pittsburg-Cincinnati; cold May a committee was named from : a severe blow to the owner, particularly I were uncovered. He had died in a "It is my duty to call your atten-
the board by President Seth Wood- ) so as he had a large numberof stooping position having been tion to
weather. I en- a situation which has arisen
SERVE[ TWO YAR[ SNIfN[ E r ruff to co-operate with the local med- orders on hand. The community gaged in putting to place the terra in our dealings with Gen. Victoriano

American League ical society in the entertainment ofr I sympathizes deeply with him in his'' cotta pipe with which he was curbingthe Huerta at Mexico City which calls for

Boston 0-2, Philadelphia 68. the visitors. The board will be rep- ': 'loss. He will rebuild at once. well. He had been covered with action, and to ask your advice and
Supreme Court Refuses to Reverse St. Louis-Chicago, Cleveland resented by Messrs. C. D. Christ, G. Paring Work BeginsMr. about eight inches of dirt. operation in acting it. co-

Sentence and Pardon Only troit, New York-Washington; cold H. Edwards and Sylvan McElroy. It Pannell, paving contractor, will In the house was found a letter to 9th of April a paymaster upon of the On U.the S.

Can Save Him weather. II I I is understood that the medical so- : ;start today on the contract for the Cheesman from an uncle living in S. Dolphin landed at the Iturbide

Federal League ciety will make the plans for the en-i (city council laying cement sidewalkon i Pittsburg stating that Cheesman's bridge landing at Tampico with

Washington, April 20.Special.The .) St. Louis 3, Chicago 1. I" tertainment and the board will lend | the east side of Central avenue between mother, who had died recently, had whaleboat and boat's crew to take off a

supreme court today decided Kansas City 2, Indianapolis 7. I I its assistance. The regular entertain-: 1 Fourth and Fifth streets. Following 1 left him the sum of $1,300, and ask- certain supplies needed by his ship,

that Dr. Thomas J. Kemp, soninlawof Buffalo-Pittsburg; cold weather. ment committee of the board will act j:; the completion of this he will ing disposition of the money. A reply and while engaged in loading the boat

Senator Fletcher of Florida, must, Brooklyn-Baltimore; wet grounds. I I in conjunction with the special com-J I lay sidewalk on south side of Fourth I had been written requesting the was arrested by an officer and squadof

serve a two years' sentence in the. Southern mittee. Mayor Sperry is chairman! 'street between Park and Highland j; :remittance of $160 and asking if the men of the army of General Huerta.
penitentiary on his conviction iWashington n;1 Atlanta 7 1 i lof the entertainment committee. t !avenues. uncle would pay him five per cent Neither the
Memphis 5. paymaster nor
for performing a crimi- Permanent Rest Room for TouristsMr. 1: interest the balance. anyone
I! of the boat's
nal 2, Chattanooga 0.New crew was armed.
Orleans 5 brought to the unfortunate man was buried at Two of the men were in the boat
Birmingham 0.
Unless pardoned, Dr. Kemp will attention of the board the advisabilityof VOTERS eleven o'clock
Sunday morning. He when the arrest took
Montgomery 4, Mobile 1. place and were
join a company of District convictstbout procuring a rest room for the tour Supervisor F. H. Williams was en- was a lonely character, but was well obliged to leave it and submit to be
to be sent to Moundsville, W. South Atlantic League ist visitors for the next season. He gaged yesterday in mailing out post thought of, and the accident is deeply taken into custody, notwithstanding

Va., to prison- there. !t tI Jacksonville 11, Macon 6. Ten in- referred to the movement for thej| cards to those voters on the registration regretted. the fact that the boat carried, both
p -- I nings. proposed public building in which < books who have not paid their at her bow and at her stern, the flag

THE WEATHER I Charleston 6, Augusta 1. such a room would be provided, but I I poll taxes. There are many on the Latest music, latest books, fine sta of the United States. The officer who
Florida: Fair Tuesday and Wednesday Albany 6, Columbus 5. he said it some''1 .
would probably be books who haven't paid. May 9 is tionery. Curtis & O'Neal, next post- ,I made the arrest was, proceeding

F Columbia 2, Savannah 0. (Continued on page 8) the limit allowed them to settle up. I office. Come and see us. (Continued on page 4) up


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"The Perils of Pauline,

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yl" t, : of your money, "Try Wright's"
-it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take : '

these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business .4, Farm.

People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage. Is it Citrus land of Quality?

The picture will tell the story,
"Yes," Price tells the Bargain.

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"NERO STILL FIDDLING WHILE 'deep, dark, damnable, diabolical, dad- statesman and should be left at home. 1 FOR REAL _
ROME BURNS" burn shame it would be not to send Better be represented by a common = r ?a .. bargain sale.
him back to sleep on the job for an- old flea-bitten, scrub statesman with
other term. sandspurs in his mane and tail, if he
Floridians Praying for Relief While When the parcel post blossomed is willing and ready to call attentionto
Trusted Representatives Study forth as a competitor of the express your wrongs, than to maintain a
Rural Credits in Europe or Chicken company our junior senator woke up, mountain of gray matter for a molehill
Cholera in China-Oppressed by went on the war path and tried to of service. If you can't get results MMMMMlHIHMIIIMIIIIIitmimiUMOrlando
the Corporate Interests, the People 111"111111111111111'111111111111" :: :
tomahawk it with a resolutoin to prevent from your seven passenger touring -
Find a Champion in Congressman the postmaster general from reducing car statesman try a Ford states-
Claude L'Engle. rates. The resolution lost out man like L'Engle or Stockton.The .
in the senate and Gnat Bryan lost out time is drawing near when we Bank & Trust Co
(From the Arcadia Enterprise) in this state.It I'will choose our representatives at
The Chicago Yankee can ship a car remained for Claude L'Engle to I'Washington. If we get any relief it
load of produce to the Florida the Cracker Cracker introduce the first measure that promises must come through congress at the Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
for $42, but it costs any real relief to the people of instigation of our members of that
$200 to send that same car back to Florida from the extortions of the body. What shall we do; put the
Chicago loaded with Florida products.And transportation companies. Claude is same old bunch back on the job? RESOURCESReal
yet some people wonder why the serving his first term as our con- Shall we return Nero his fiddle and
,. South has not kept pace with the jressman-at-large, and though he has rive the fire department a furlough? Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

North When in we industrial contemplate development.this unjust. been physically disabled during his Better send up a delegation of bone- Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14
brief window
service, he realized the crying heads who will crash the
discrimination against our country welcome need of his people and dared to demand glass in the capitol building, slash Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
indignant and want to know relief in their behalf. the famous paintings in the nationalart Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
.1 the "why" of the matter. and the way Claude's bill provides that the low- gallery or smash the goddess of Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02
to reach a remedy.For the South has est rate between given points in the liberty, if by so doing they will force
long years past same direction shall prevail throughout upon the powers that be a recognition -
had the little nation influence, the in North the governmentof and East the,entire haul!, which }is only.sim .of,our wrongs and.cause them to ft\nt:1U.j:1VO.U7 nnif\
but will hundreds of the
p1e justice mean apply proper remedy. LIABILITIES
:: holding sway in matters political. thousands of dollars to the truckers
1 Our country has been used as a sort and fruit growers of this country. Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
favored interests THAT JOB PRINTINGYou
of grazing ground outside could find- And how has the plunderbund press Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None
e pastures from green.the handled Claude? Well, he is a sort will need soon should be ordered Bills payable . . . . . . . None
the has. of political sandbag at which the now. Then it will be ready when
At length, thank God, worm plunderbund paragrapher takes his II
turned and the South is in the sad.., daily punch to keep n practice. you want it. No one will be hur- Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72Due

die. We statesmen need a strong to stand corps shoulder of constructive : All of which goes to show that' ried. to Banks and Bankers . .: . .t. 2,832.59$90J,906.09
in his' though a man's brain may be so big I If you are thinking about havingsome
to shoulder with the president
that he ten feet between.
; measures
"the printing done "next week"i
I efforts to make effective nevi
the eyes, if he does not use it in behalf -
freedom men who'll act as well a> please see us about it today.
of his people he is a failure as a

talk.The .L :\ _
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hour of opportunity haveat I I -------- ------ Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91
South is at hand and we must
the nation's capital only men of Deports April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
clear heads, clean hearts and willing
Louisville Nashville R. R.
hands. We already have a great Increase in 37 days . . . . lZloUo.81
many of this kind, but we should
l eliminate some drones and windjammers MMMtMMMMMM! Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38 .
and send forward some real Deposits April llth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
fighters to reinforce the ranks of pro- L. & N.

gressive Democracy at Washington.F rate. Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
F Florida has suffered the unjust MMMMIMHMIIIH'The
discrimination mentioned for many
I$' years while her two senators have Attractive Way to Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
.. been talking for "rural credits" and The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
the extension
r against
Trust Co. desire to their appreciation to their
less and express
post-for the thing we need I LEXINGTON ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS
f against the thing we need most. Nerois DAYTON PITTSBURG KNOXVILLE friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
still fiddling and Rome is still sible.
11 needed Southern votes to save the DETROIT NASHVILLE MOBILE
seat of one of its representatives in
I the senate-"put over" with a hun- TOLEDO
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dred thousand dollar corruption fund Points NorthNorthwestSouthwestThree
-our senior senator was alert and on Solid Through Trains Daily
the job, but year after year his state NOTICE Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
has struggled in the grasp of greedy South Atlantic Limited, Lye Jacksonville .8:15 P. M. Change of Schedule Clyde St. AND DO ALL KINDS OF

transportation vampires that are sapping Dixie Flyer, Lve Jacksonville . . . 8:25 P. M. Johns River SteamersUntil
her industrial vitality, retarding OPTICAL REPAIRING
l her progress and threatening her Montgomery Route Express Lve. Jacksonville 8:05 P. M. further notice the steamersof Osteopathic Physician
prosperity, and he opened not his Three Daily Trains to Mobile and New Orleans, Lve. this line will leave Sanford at 132 Orange Avenue
mouth. He is spending his time Jacksonville 8:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m., and 8:00 a. ra. 11:30 o'clock a. m.

L in studying Europe the or chicken effect of cholera rural in credits Chi- All electric lighted trains with through steel draw N. M. TUPPER, Supt. Next door to People's Bank, t ti

na, or some other subject of equal ing-room sleepers, free reclining chairs and modern high- J. B. CALDER, Agent. up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
4 pith and moment, while his constituents -! back seat coaches.L. Sanford, Fla, March 26, 1914- diseases treatedTelephone
are contemplating their -
a in the senate and their lack of &. N. Dining Cars-No Better Dining car service. If you want your bicycle fixed in
x any old kind of credit at home. Fast Time-Rock Ballast-No Dust.H. a hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578. DR. L H. RAMSDELL
)Aleanwhile the plunderbund press,' Shop. 12-5-tf. -
and saloons,
owned by the railroads Put in thy by adver-
never cease to sing his praises, and : 134 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Sentinel want advertising shortens, money purse (Successor to Dr. 0. p. Ukiu l
the little fish, who nibble at the I Y6.odlt cheapens and simplifies any real estate tising in the Sentinel
naked hook, chime in and echo back t "lellinc task." Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
the glad refrain, all telling what ai I


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The Pests Arc a Veritable Plague In Taft, Fla., April 20.-Mr. and Mrs.J. WILSON Washington WEDDING, April 18.PRES-( ) the English-of Lindley Mur I :

Bolivia and Brazil. H. Tice left for their summer homein -Headed by Minority Leader
perhaps, but nevertheless HII illOur
very I
't Insect pests are a plague on the New Jersey last Tuesday. a hundred members met phrase which we hear!, & Sprill Rild Suffiffler
boundary of Bolivia
and Brazil. "In Our citizens who were in Orlando this afternoon and decided to day.
the and |
on the smaller rivers"writes on business Monday included M. M. Miss Eleanor Wilson I I
Commander Herbert A. Edwards a wedding There is food for thought in it for
R. N. R.. in the (Jeusraphical Hobson, W. N. Gartman, W. G. Spha- A committee was appointed to one who has an appeal to make

Journal "life Is made almost unbear- ler, C. A. Tompkins, W. A. Levis, and charge of the subscriptions and the great purchasing public. new line for the Spring

able. Ants are met with everywhere: Mr. Neat a gift. Why not make that "where" apply and Summer season of 1914 is
they swarm one's Mrs. Helen Dennis, Mrs. John Hill
over person in hundreds ,
; your goods or your store? now complete. Never in
and most of them bite most savagely. and N. McKuin left for St. Cloud on enough will be raised to ship There is the history
no appeal direct
There is one kind of red ant. Monday to attend the state G. A. R. load lots. Several so nor one of our business have we
acres are brings such
which lives in trees hollowed out by encampment. Others going to St. pledged. that results been able to show such a line of
themselves!, whose bite is like a touch made through the columns of
with a red hot iron. If a person Inadvertently Cloud to the encampment later were Mrs. Helen J. Dennis, of live daily newspaper like the Daily new and timely goods for Eas

touches 'or leans up againstone W. H. Phillips and daughter, Mrs. man's relief corps, received ter selling. Our line of Dress

of these trees the ants swarm out Hecker, H C. Hammond, S. B. the honors at the St Cloud The newspaper is the intimate Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery

upon him instantly, and his life for Vaughn, C. A. Tompkins, Mr. and ment, being re-elected to the of the family. People turn to Ready-to-Wear goods and

tours afterward is a' long drawn out Mrs. C. H. Nelson, Mrs. M. F. Moon, department treasurer Mrs. fs for guidance, and naturally they notions is complete-the stylesare
misery. Then there are the huge ants! Rev. A. M. Ash
J. H. Estes, and Geo.
was urged to take
office varied
to it for advice
called when they have enough to suit
tncanderas. one and a half lnh
K. Thomas.S. .
es in length: they live in the forks of partment president of the to do. the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
B. Vaughn and Mrs. Martin and relief corps, and was assured Where every purchaser's idea of To
trees. Their bite is particularly painful ? Let it mean your store economy. accommodate the
and causes the part affected to family leave for their summer homein unanimous election, but feeling your goods. Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from

swell up as If poisoned. One of our Battle Creek, Mich., next Mon- ble to perform the duties the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent

soldiers was incapacitated for several day.W. with the office, she declined, i Subscribe for the Sentinel. cheaper than the regular prices
days by a bite of a tucandera. Red H. Phillips and Mrs. Hecker the We will
are of the
regret department. Try the Sentinel Job Department. appreciate and be more than pleased to show
ants; black ants which make broad spending a few days in Tampa and you our line if you will call .

straight roads of their own and move other .. .
places on the gulf coast.
- - -
about In battalions: grayish white ants . . I MIIIIIIMMMMIIMMKShoe
living in red colored mounds six feet Our people who attended the stateG. 1 I

high: yellow ants-each and everyone A. R. encampment at St. Cloud For Repairing us.W

has its own particular way of making have reurned and all report a splen- H.

unwelcome the intruder Into its habi did time. The St. Cloud people covered I by PARCEL POSTMen's m ew Bargain tore

tat"Butterflies themselves with ,glory by their I

settled on the during bright and the sunshine Instruments welcome and hospitality. May they Modern : MIIH MMHMMMIMOMMMMM" "
surveyors all live on for a hundred years more.J. Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc I'"
they were using in such number D. Miller Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75cChildren's
returned from
that survey work became an im Chicago House 2 ; :
possibility. Nor is this all. Wasps of Wednesday, where he was called by Half Soles, SOc to 750

many colors, but always with a sting; the illness and death of his mother. : west of : I Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oJ "

hornets, which give no mercy to manor A meeting of the citizens of Taft Heels Repaired, 2sc

beast: bees of all sizes some of and vicinity will be held on Saturday,, ing Hotel. ; : All work returned in 24 hours. '
which swarm in one's shirt hair, Orders without remittance Beck Si
eyes returned Payne's
April 25th, at 2 o'clock p. IIi., in regard -
ears mouth and nostrils seeking moil i gain. C. 0. D. We pay
ture. Every blade of grass has a tick to acreage of strawberries for return postage.

of some sort waiting opportunity to next year. It is hoped that forty; _

bury"Splders itself, in horrid some hairy one's creatures.flesh. with acres or more will be pledged, so that I A. L Bentley 35tf"I|i: A. Hanson l\4 I III \' Cash Grocery

bodies six inches long are sometimes NOTICE TO APPLY PATENT FO:: BETTERS II III !II 19 East Pne Street

met. One of our men was stung or I; ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE ORLANDO FLORIDAIIHIIIIIIIillMIIIMOii .
bitten by one of these when out shooting Notice b hereby given that on the 28th day
of April 1914, the undersigned whose names 'I"II"III .. . . .
; his foot where be was bitten became are subscribed will make application to the . . .. STAPLE & fANCY
very inflamed and broke out into Honorable Park M. Trammell Governor of GROCERIES
raw patches. He bad to be left behindas the State of Florida, at his office in Tallahassee .
Florida, for Letters Patent for an incorporation *
we were on the march and when not for profit organized under
we sent for him three weeks later fie Chapter 6958 of the Laws of the State of \:
was still limping." Florida hereinafter, upon set forth.the articles of incorporation To THE A Genuine Bargain j Nice new stock. White Rose

L. HAMNER. VIASfMINOUH in Real EstateGood
Song Names of the States. L. B. SKINNER. brand Canned goods Fox River But-
The most beautiful place names in ARTICLE I. ,
the world according to Robert Louis The name of this corporation shall be the S M eight-room house, t

Stevenson, are those of North Amer FLORIDA. GROWERS' AND SHIPPERS'LEAGUE. with connected kitchen ter, "Pride" the highest butter-
teL "The names of the states and territories ARTICLE IL |Lv Orlando -______________ : ; twenty acres first class land
Ar Jacksonville ___________ I I
The purpose for which said corporation is. : Call
", he declares In "Across the formed shall be the mutual co- peratioa of I Lv Jacksonville, Fla.,A. C. L 9: | al cleared, 315 bearing ne. and investigate. We
Plains, "form themselves Into a chorus its members, for the purpose of advancingand Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.1.11:1 I Orange Trees, in first class

of sweet and romantic vocables- shippers protecting and marketers their interests of Florida as growers agricul-, Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ : I condition, fine bloom. Land meet all cash prices.
Delaware Ohio. Indiana Florida. Dakota ural products of all kinds.ARTICLE Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ : can easily be sub-divided
Iowa, Wyoming Minnesota and IIL Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3: I
the Carolinas. There few The place where its principal business shall I Ar Columbus into five-acre tracts, is on
are poems be transacted, shall be in the City of Orlando, Ga., C. of Ga.. :
with a nobler music to the ear: a song Orange County, Florida. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga__ : road to Conway, 21.2 11 West Robinson Avenue
ful tuneful land and if a new Homer ARTICLE IV. Birmingham, Ala., C. of :: miles from Court House
shall arise The term, for which said corporation shall Ar Birmingham,Ala. C. of ?
from the western continenthis
: road
exist shall be fifty years from the date of the : on two sides, main
verse will be enriched his pages issuance of its Letters Patent Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ : I'I
sing spontaneously, with the names of ARTICLE V. Ar Fulton-Ky., L C._______ : I road will be bricked this "
states and cities that would strike the The number of directors of said corpora ;Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________ : year. Has rural delivery, tIJllle.tllllIII'IIIII'.
ion shall be Nine, but the Board of Directors I
Ar Carbondale 111. I. .____ \
C and
fancy In a business circular." by a two-thirds vote of the members present : shool wagon. Sold to

at any or regular decrease or special the number meeting of may said increase directors Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ : :: close and estate. CHEAP

Soiled Papers. provided that the number of such Ar Centralia,: Ill.:, 1.-C. ---=-- : ; ; for cash or very reasonable

Large papers or leaves of books that directors Board of shall Directors never shall be less be than elected three.at The the Ar platoon, 111., I. C._______ : terms will be made.
have become soiled from much handling annual meeting of the members of this corporation Ar Champaign, Ill, I. C.____ : I
can be put into perfect condition to be held on the first Wednesdayof Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ : : ;: ; LORD S BRADSHAWExclusive :
May of each year but the Board of Direr Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ .
if the loose dirt is first rubbed off witha tors may change the date of any annual : Agents '
piece of bread. Then cover the spots meeting, so as to make it contemporaneous !
with the annual of Solid Through Trains- I i iobservation
meeting the Florida State H'H ; 11111.1
with blotting made damp with 'H
Horticultural Society, by giving ten days compartment, i ORLANDO
oxalic acid in solution. Lastly pass a notice thereof to all of the members. room, section, sleeping cars, u:.J i -
hot iron over the blotting: paper,untilit The Board of Directors, at its first meeting, reclining chair between iI -
cars, I
shall divide the State of Florida into three, LOOKOUT
dries. MOUNTAIN:
ville and Chicago and
districts and no more than three directors Jackso
To remove deep set creases in papersor shall be elected from any one of said d'sand St. Louis. All meals in r While in Chattanooga take "Dixie1
the leaves of book tricts. The Board of Directors at its first
a put meeting, and at its first meeting after each car.For "News" sightseeing automobiles
two pieces of white blotting paper-or annual election shall select from among ( :lets and Pullman car i j Lookout Mountain, Point Park,, | Water & Light Co.
any unsized paper-slightly dampened themselves a President and two Vice-Pres rations, all on
dents, and the Board shall also have the battlefield, Missionary
and W. R. O'NEAL
press with a warm iron until the to City Ticket I
power appoint a Secretary and to designate and historical
page is perfectly smooth.-New York a bank as Treasurer of said corporation or points. For res
Tribune. and it shall also have the power to employ D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket address 910 Market street.
a General Manager and prescribe his
powers and duties. At the first annual meeting Atlantic Coast Line, .23
The Lotus Eaters. three directors shall be elected for one Orlando. ElectricityGas
The race of people to whom the name year, three directors shall be elected for two
years, and three directors shall be elected for
Buy seed from
garden Dela-
"lotus eaters" was applied was a three gars, and thereafter at the, annual T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, year
Lybian tribe, known to the Greeks election directors shall be elected to fill the 2 Orlando & Abernethy. Just received a
as early as the time of Homer. Herodotus offices of thrice. three directors whose terms J shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-t
have expired.The !
describes their country and I i Ice
says I names and residences of the directorsof --
that a caravan route led from it to said corporation selected for the first year, t.IIIIII.I.IIIIIIIIIIII.I.IIIII..I..I..III..I..tLATEST
and until their successors shall be elected,
Egypt The lotus still
grows there in and have accepted said office, shall be:
great abundance prickly shrub- bearing L. B. Skinner. Dunedin Florida.J. .

a fruit of a sweet taste compared .. H.C. Ross Chase, Winter Jacksonville Haven, Florida.Florida.J. STYLESIN Offke:.-.No. 18 West Central Ave.
by Herodotus to that of the date. It IL & Schrader, Jacksonville, Florida.
Is still eaten by the natives and a kind H. E. Heitman, Fort Myers, Florida.B. .
of wine is made from its Juice. L. Hamner. Tampa Florida.
H. J. Drane, Lakeland Florida.
W. C. Temple Winter Park Florida.J.
Those Who Arrive.A R. Davis. Bartow. Florida.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the subscribers Telephone No. 6
New York capitalist said at a dinner i have hereunto set their hands and seals on Spring MillineryLaces
in Boston that neither the prudentman this the 30th day of March, 1914.J. .
H. ROSS (Sean.
nor the daring man made a success B. L. HAMNER (Seal).
of life. L. B. SKINNER (Seal).
"The prudent gets nowhere" he d J. C. CHASE (Seal).
P H. a SCHRADER (Seal). and Dress Materials I
clared. "The daring go to smash. It H. J. DRANE (Seal).
is those who mingle the two qualities J. R. DAVIS (Seal).

it is the daringly, prudent who arrive. H.W. C.C. HEITMAN TEMPLE (Seal(Seal).). "I'tllllll&"ICOttt'I 'III".IIII'III'III"1rUe.

'italist"In .other"the men words.who" concluded succeed are the those cap- State Before Orange of Florida,County.the I HISSES HAMILTON & BUM | !i

me undersigned authority, personally
who run risks) at a very slow walk."- appeared W. C. Temple, to me well ( .
Washington Star. known to be one of the persons described in = .
and who executed the foregoing articles of Agents for Barclay Corsets
incorporation, and who duly acknowledged the [
Sugar Is Dear In France. execution thereof to be his free act and deed. '
Witness my hand anti official seal this 30th McCalTs Patterns a-m
People in France when they dine at day of March, 1914.
restaurants frequently appropriate the H. IL YOWELL. Notary Public. ..., C ""'J II r t 0 II lOt 1 tt I e III III 0 II t I 0 Ie I I ond &GoreFUNERAL
sugar they don't happen to use. Sugar. My commission expires January 8th, 1916. t!.! .

in France is dear and what Is served I ------------

with the coffee belongs by right to the 'III IIIIIIIII.I.CIIIII.This DIRECTORS AND EMBAL IERS.
purchaser as much as the coffee itself.So Fare 3 00
why not take a lump or two home I
to little Jeanne or Pierre? week \I DAILY BETWEEN REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
: ; UFFALO fij

Broke the Charm. will be LEVELANDTHE COMPARE

"Well yon are a good little boy. Are
you usually as quiet as this?" OUR
"No fear, but mother's going to give last weekMMMIMIM.HMIMMMM FURNITUREWe

me a clockwork engine and a hobby .
horse if I don't say anything about .jIlLNb provide the quality furniture that has long

your dreadful red nose."-London Opin '%. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
ton GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" standard of merit. If an article is here it is
JAPANESE t.p soo r.t:I-dtJa" tat,(Iadam;510,ai ooma ad prim aan..a.t> 51300 y.| ..- It wouldn't be here good.
..... were it otherwise.
'"" _Crater ill ens-large ill ill pnpwtioafklMr ia|Q(ppoial ... say averse emratandtbaworld. can't make
Literary Aids. ialaM ,; Lars.as ..1i this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

Knlcker-Wbat boob hare helped lUcB&Mt StMMnSEEANDBEE.."MCtr J Erie'Citr ellWfaIo" of this business, and that means much to J
yon most? Bocker-The ones I di any, buyer.
read tbe11&Ted dOrk Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-May let to Dee.lit j
: my ttoev-New Y
Len.BIIfaJe lo0P.M. IcmOercbaa WOP.K.
Bun lain aenaaaa 7JOA.H. Arrive h&Jo 7JOA.M.tkkctortadin .
BAZAAR $aaaard1 -) & DAVIS BLOCK :
The C-pi-staw.ldf.et.aJ.B.y.T.Lde.Dea.itd.Ilpt.TatdSwtbwr. IIaDnM f
most beautiful of titan Is
the ktweem Bafcl WQtreUaJ w gu..tattmfntttit\mu eel --.. Cor. Orange Ave. and Church J
soul of an unhappy creature, eoDlOIed.tbanttl1l Aik yaw ticket.leBifctticfcM rig C.A:B.u.. YIiIe.tat.....*.Ohtettd UoU tea SI., Orlando, Fla.

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THE DAILY tolerable a sort as to lead directly and ence and co-operation with both the DEATH OF B. HUPPEL : wjMIMXIIMtilllllllltltmtMlllttMtMliinHiSIM

inevitably to armed conflict. It'was senate and the house. I have therefore

South Florida SentinelMORNING necessary that the apologies of Gen- come to ask your approval that I I I Mr. Bernhart Huppel, aged 57, died

AND WEEKLY eral Huerta and his representativesshould '. should use the armed forces of the at his home at Gotha, yesterday af-

JOSiAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. go much further, that they,, United States in such ways and to ternoon at 5:30 o'clock. He had been

::1' should be such as to attract the atten-such an extent as may be necessaryto ill since Thanksgiving day, and death Dickson-Ives Co :

; Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando Florida tion of the whole population to their obtain from General Huerta and was due to a complication of ail
Second Claw Mail Matter.
significance, and such as to impress;(his adherents the fullest recognition ments. He is survived by his wife

SUBSCRIPTION RATES upon General Huerta himself, the necessity -1:1of the rights and dignity of the and seven children, three sons and
Daily, 1 Year .$5.00 of seeing to it that no further United States, even amidst the dis-
Daily 6 Months .,. 2.50 | four daughters-Hal, Alex and Gro-
Daily, J Months .,. 1.25 occasion for explanations and pro-I tressing conditions now unhappily ver, of Orlando; Mrs. Cason, of Lake-
1 Month I
Daily fessed regrets should arise. I, there obtaining in Mexico. land; Miss Frieda Huppel, of St. DEPARTMENTAL[ STORE[

+ Weekly. 1 Year 1.00 fore, felt it my duty to sustain Ad-I "There can in what we do be no Louis, and Misses Bertha and Elsie
weekly, < H01\d ..................... .'ti .
miral Mayo in the whole of his demand thought of aggression or of selfish Huppel, who live at the parental ,

TO ADVERTISERS: and to insist that the flag of L aggrandizement. We seek to maintain home. The funeral will not be held ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE j J I II

the United States should be salutedin the dignity and authority of the until the arrival of the daughterfrom
Copy for display and all other hasd-eet
:- advertising most be handed in at the basin such a way to indicate a new spirit I United States only because we wish St. Louis. It is expected that
offico of the Sentinel sot later than : p. m. the of the Huer-, to influence
f the day before publication. Thii rule applies and attitude on part always keep our great she will reati home by Wednesday.The .
c U changes for contract advertising; it U tistas. I unimpaired for the uses of 'liberty, funeral arrangements are in

=r inrariakle and win be itrictly adhered to. "Such a salute General Huerta has 'both in the United States and wher- charge of Hammond & Gore. Mr.

r Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued refused, and I have come to ask your I ever else it may be employed for the Huppel came from Germany and set- >l I

!; should notify the office in writing on approval and support in the course I benefit of mankind. tled in West Orange in 1883. He Demonstration *
1k the date of expiration otherwise it will be was Special
continued at the regular subscription rates, now purpose to pursue. engaged in the culture of oranges,
ntH notice to stop is received
Hopes to Avert a War COLLECTOR BOONE MAKING UP and was one of the most successful

t TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1914. "This government can, I earnestly DELINQUENT TAX LIST growers of that section. He came

-- hope, in no circumstances be forced from Gotha, Germany, and it was

The Sentinel extra carried first into war with the people of Mexico City Tax Collector C. A. Boone is probably at his suggestion that the BoithleSeryicoHollgeBreggegBEGINNING

news of the Mexican situation to the Mexico is torn with civil strife. If making up the list of delinquent tax postoffice at his new home was named II

people of Orlando. we are to accept the tests of our own payers, and, after this list is turned for his native place. The deceasedhad

;c o constitution, it has no government. over to the city attorney it will be too never held public office nor, did

f The black face being used by the General Huerta has set his power up late for him to receive money for he belong to any fraternal orders, : TOMORROW WE WILL DEMONSTRATE

in the City of Mexico such as it is, taxes. He received a number of but he useful and
} newspapers now is not that of comedy was a respected I "DOUBLE SERVICE HOUSE DRESSES"-THEY ARE
; its rather that of tragedy-the without right and by methods for checks yesterday, however, and until citizen, and his taking away will be I
which there can be no justification.Only ;
tragedy of war. the list is completed he will probablybe sincerely mourned.Are .
o part of the country is under his getting in others from persons J DRESSES EVER DESIGNED .

control. If armed conflict should unhappily who have delayed the payment of
Lakeland has gone all the commis- busi-
you puzzled to get more
come as a result of his attitude taxes until the last possible moment.
: sion governed cities in Florida one ness? If so, try an ad. in the SentineL .
of personal resentment towards
; better by employing a city manager. ",
The manager will take hold of Lake- this government, we should be fighting Your only assurance of future busi- 91 .
only General Huerta and those ness success is knowledge.You -
land May 1. The experiment will be
who adhere to him and give'him their must "learn before you can 1111111111111111111111111-
watched with much interest. "
support, and our object would be onlyto earn.
z o The road to success is not an easy
T. F.
to the of the distracted HOURIHANLicensed
restore people
Both Kissimmee and Miami are one-jou must be fitted for the jour-
for republic the opportunity to ney lest you fall by the wayside. .
after the meeting next I
press year.
Plumber and
set up again their own laws and their Strengthen your forces by enlistingthe 1k
This will be a spirited contest, and own government."But aid of this successful institution.A Sanitary Engineer
Oscar Conklin will have to take some diploma from this school insures
I earnestly hope that war is Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
t boosters from Miami if he wins over your future success. Promptly Attended to.
j not now in question. I believe that SOUTHERN
that Kissimmee bunch.
I speak for the American people when SCHOOLS OF COMMERCE PHONE 629
f o Successors to '
I that do not desire to controlin +
: say we 106 Court Street -4
; HOUSE PASSES RESOLUTION (Orlando and St. Petersburg Business
degree the affairs of sister 1
any Colleges
4 (Continued from page 1) PATENTED t'
republic. Our feeling for the peopleof 4-21-5t -
4 to return to the landing and await I
Mexico is one of deep and genuine Try the Sentinel Job Department t-zl-lm
orders; and within an hour and a half
from the time of the arrest orders friendship, and everything that we IMiillliMMiMillMIIMifMHIMIIMMMMMUIMMMMMtMilMMIIMMIMI No Buttons Hooks or Eyes
have so far done or refrained from
were received from the commander of
j the Huerista forces at Tampico for doing! has proceeded from our desireto i JUST TWO LARGE STRAPS ON THE BELT HOLD
help them, not to hinder or embarrass -
i the release of the and his .
1 paymaster them. We should not wish even A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX ; THE ENTIRE GARMENT IN PLACE ,
men. The release was followed by
to exercise the good offices of friendship -
. apologies from the commander and
without their welcome and con- Two Reversable Fronts .
i later by an expression of regret by
sent. The people of Mexico are entitled -
General Huerta himself. General '
fi to settle their own domestitc affairs WHICH GIVES DOUBLE SERVICE, BOTH AS TO
Huerta urged that martial law ob- MOTOR CARS
in their own and we sincerely
tained at the time at Tampico; that .
1. orders had been issued that no one i I desire to respect their right. For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a

t should be allowed to land at the Itur- The present situation need have none full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof Easy to Launder
of the grave implications of interference -
bide bridge; and that our sailors had competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
if we deal with it promptly,firmly -
F} no right to land there. Our naval and wisely. I guaranteed. BECAUSE THE GARMENT OPENS OUT FLAT WITH
! commanders at the port had not been
Asks Permission of Congress to Use ; NO BUTTONS OR FRILLS TO BOTHER-AN IMPOR-
ii notified of any such prohibition; and, Armed Forces Maxwell "25 $800 Equipped in Orlando
j$ even if they had been, the only justifiable TANT POINT.
"No doubt I could do what is necessary
:4 course open to the local authorities -
in the circumstances to
i would have been to request the respect for our government t I Double Service House Dresses
:j: paymaster and his crew to withdraw
without recourse to the congress, and THE PALMS AUTO CO
1 and to lodge a protest with the com- .
yet not exceed my constitutional powers MADE ON A QUALITY BASIS-EXCELLENT PER-
} manding officer of the fleet. Admiral
as president; but I do not wish to CALES AND GINGHAMS AND BEST OF WORKMAN
I Mayo regarded the arrest as so serious FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.MlimiMMIMIIIMtlMMMIMMmilMIIIIIIMIM. .
act in a matter possibly of so grave
affront that he not satisfied
tk an was SHIP.
in close confer ;
1- with the apologies offered but de- consequence except .

; manded that the flag of the United
; to Put On and Oil
i States be saluted with special ceremony .1.11..III.II.II..III.I.lllllllllllllilllll'llllll..1111.1. .111..11.1..1. Easy

1.I the port.by the military commander of I, WE HANDLE ITALIAN PURE rYT J.A : :'COIL: LIKE A COAT, NO PULLING OVER HEAD OR SLIP-

, Not a Trivial Incident PING OUT OF TilE SKIRT.
J "The incident can not be regardedt trial order of this guaranteed imported Olive Oil will convince you Call or Phone 20McELROY'S

J'. as a trivial one, especially as two of Made Princess Style
1' the men arrested were taken from the PHARMACY

I boat itself-that is to say, from the '
Full half full We handle also brand 25c half GIVING GARMENT A NEAT AND TIDY APPEAR-
territory of the United States; but ; pint35c; quart $1.25. Pompeian pint.

: had it stood by itself, it might have > $1.00 quart. ANCE, ALSO HAS POCKET

i been attributed to the ignorance or MIIIIMIIMIMIIilMIIMMIIMIMIMiMmMMMMIMIMMIIMMIillillMMIIfAre

of a single officer. Unfortunately Costs No More
!."i". arrogance. . .
it was not an isolated case.

A series of incidents have recently THAN ORDINARY HOUSE DRESSES, BUT CHEAPER -

t'f occurred which not but create the
; can
impression that the representativesof

General Huerta were willing to got SERVICE FEATURES.

eut of their way to show disregard

l for the dignity and rights of this gov- Come and See These

ernment and felt perfectly safe in

doing what they pleased, making free You Invitedto DOUBLE SERVICE DRESSES AND TRY THEM ON-

to show in many ways their irritation
. ., and contempt. A few days after the a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea
incident at orderly from THE MANY ADVANTAGES OF THESE UNIQUE
Tampico an
gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure
the U. S. S. Minnesota was arrested
Ti at Vera Cruz while ashore in uniformto I you will be interested in our display of the newest and AND PRACTICAL GARMENTS-

obtain the ship's mail and was for most artistic designs inCUT We have decided to place them within the reachof

time thrown into jail. An official
all and priced them
dispatch from this government to its GLASSThere

I'a embassy at Mexico City was withheld

by the authorities of the telegraphic are so many odd pieces and attractive sets At $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 the GarmentWe
service until peremptorily demanded

: by our charge d'affaires in person. So here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.We ( also carry them for children at 50 cents)

far as I can learn, such wrongs and are sure you can never find anything that would

t annoyances have been suffered to oc- be mote acceptable.T.H.Evans. White Silk Crepe de ChineWe

cur only against representatives of

the United States. I have heard ono have just received a delivery of a very fine weave

from other
complaints govern- of Crepe de chine, in pure white, that is much in demandfor
ments of similar treatment. Subse-

I' quent explanations and formal apologies -. ladies under garments.

did not and could not alter the THE COOLEST FABRIC FOR SUMMER UNDERWEAR -
popular impression which it is possi-
ble it has been the object of the Huer- 36 inches wide (one yard) special

I' tista authorities to create, that the
government of the United States was Price . . . . . . . . 60C

being singled out, and might be sin.

J gled out with impunity, for slights the JewelerOPPOSITE
and affronts in retaliation for its refusal -

., to recognize the pretensions oft ,

General Huerta to be regarded as the

3: constitutional president of the repub- POSTOFFICE -

lie of Mexico. Orange e Ave. Orlando
l'f "The manifest danger of such a sit- ,

" nation was that such offenses might EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

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B. M. Smith, who has been in

c o ROBINSON STARKEY, Managers very feeble health for some months,

You Must Eat I -- i passed away early yesterday morningat
t Caui
I J Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. a I the Florida sanitarium, and the

funeral will be held this morning at
i Admission 5 cents I
10 o'clock from his residence on Gore U UIII

brain worker. DOt GDOIIDG D0 GIOIIDGIOIIDQ. avenue, Dr. Wray officiating. The
-EVERY DAY if you are a H
Masons will attend. "Gel It III Allen'sn s"

That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes \ULLOS CLUB ENTERTAINED BY Mr. Smith was a native of Ken-

that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en. MRS. MILLERAs i tucky, but moved to Orlando with his
family in the fall of 1897, purchasinga
gine. '
residence and grove south of town.
the winter is nearing its
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car. season Two years ago he sold this place and
close, many of the card clubs have
built the present home on Gore avenue Ask Your FriendsWhy
; amels, Taffies, etc. discontinued their meetings, among where he lived with his daugh-
them the Wednesday Card club, the
ters until a few weeks ago, when ill
FRESH EVERY DAY. I Saturday Auction Bridge club, and health necessitated his having hose they buy from usthey
the Beau-Not club but the Nullos
; pital care. One of his two daughters, will tell you, it isBecause
club members are still holding their
Miss Mabel Smith, died very suddenlyin
weekly meetings, the hostess for the
last being Mrs. Harriet Miller. Jacksonville two months ago. To
the remaining daughter, Miss Ber-
BUTT'S K&NDY& KITCHEN[ Mrs. Clifford Fuller and Mrs. Dean
nice Smith, who is one of the most
substituted for Mrs. Walter M. Brit-
'1 efficient and popular of the teachersin We have the goods, we have
tain and Mrs. C. B. Robinson, and D.
our public school, the deep sympathy -
Miss Devin (the house guest of Mrs. the price and give you
I The home of pure home-made Candies of many friends is extended in
Gedge) was a visitor for1 the after-
her double bereavement.Mr. prompt, courteous pleas-
noon. The members present were
Smith was a Confederate vet- service.
Orange AvenueiMIMilllMMIIIHIItMIHIilMMIIIIIIIillllllill Mesdames Miller, Merle and Sylvan ing
eran, serving with Morgan's com-
McElroy, LeRoy Giles, and Miss Mar-

garet Hart. Mrs. :Merle McElroy won pany. Come and See

the club prize.
ices and caKe were served at tne
I Mr. B. G. Benson returned last conclusion of the playing.

WADE I night from a two days trip to Green Eileen Vivian entertained six- U Allen & Co. ,

Cove Springs. CIRCLE CLOSED FOURTH YEAR teen of her friends most delightfully
ORLANDO, FLA. I Mr. and, Mrs. C. L Miles left for OF ITS WORK on Saturday afternoon, the merry JewelersPrompt

their home in Anamosa, Iowa, Mon- party meeting early in the afternoonand

I day. They bought a home, 107 East The L of N. Circle, Monday after- attending the matinee at the U Repairing.

Amelia avenue, and will return in noon at the home of Mrs. Frederick Grand. Later the hostess led them to
Rev. Father Fox is conducting services the early fall. Bellows, closed the fourth year of the Tea and Rest Room where Mrs. Everything Guaranteed.
today at Conoley.Mr. i their work and pleasure together.Mr. .
Cornish had a long table, gaily dec-
R. J. Arthur, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Helen Blood and daughter, Donald J. Nicholson, of Orlando orated with sweet in readiness
Miss Isabella who have been
was in town yesterday on business.Mrs. guestsat and Rollins college, addressed the ror them. The place cards bore
Duke Hall for the four
W. P. Watson left yesterdayfor past circle on bird lore, that being the top- sketches of "Gibson Girls," and each
:months leave their
for home
week i ic studied for the past A tokenof
St. Petersburg to spend a year. guest was provided with a corsage
in St Louis, Mo.
.with friends. I appreciation was presented to Mr.
of sweet
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., left 1 I The Rebekah Assembly of Florida Nicholson. Piano selections given by The luncheon peas.was delicious, and lb. .d]

yesterday for Sarasota to attend the:;will meet in Lakeland today. Among Manly Duckworth added much to the consisted of chicken salad, sandwiches ClOT r

Presbytery of St. Johns. |I I those leaving yesterday from Orlando pleasure of the afternoon. Dainty refreshments olives, iced tea, ice cream with
i I'lodge, No. 12, were Mrs. Harry Gau- were served.
Miss Ruby Platt returned last night strawberries, and cakes. HMMMIMMMIIMIt'' MMMMMMMMHM
thier, Mrs. Eaton and Mrs. Daugh Others present were Mrs. C. W.
The Misses lone Neal
from Lake City, where she has been guests were ,
P visiting for the past few days. I I I Townsend, Mrs. Duckworth, Sr., Mrs. Winifred Brown, Helen Hoskins, Ma-
tery.Mrs. Eliza Young, Mrs. F. K. Gates, Mrs.G. Special Bargains
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bebo of Florence Lewis, who has been rian Jones, Ruth and Ruby Neal
guests .
A. Eldredge, Mrs. Geo. W. White
Lillian Jones, Helen Way,
the left for Winter spending the winter at Eola Cottage, Thompson;
Wyoming yesterday
Haven to few leaves tomorrow for Pablo Beach, en Miss Sarah A. Smith, Miss Maud Jessie Gedge, Elizabeth Yowell, So-

spend a days. route to her home in Geneva, N. Y. Kepner, Miss Eva Young. phie Lockhart, Elizabeth ',Robinson, Every DayWe
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr
I Mrs. Lewis has visited many pointsover Helen Smith, Jane Green, and Kath-
left yesterday for Jacksonville, where the state. ORLANDO MAN CARRIES SUM erine Barnes. have the leading Grocery store of Orlando. Try
tonight they will sing in concert. MER TO LOUISVILLEThe
excellent brands of
Mrs. Harry L Beeman will enter-I Mr. and Mrs. N. Tompkins, Mrs. C. our

tain at bridge on Saturday afternoonin I E. Strong, Mrs. Sargeant, Mrs. J. D first straw hat on a man's EXTRAORDINARY CATCHMr. Tobasco Sauce, Green Seal Salad Dressing, Pepper Sauce,

(Woods, of New York state; Mr. and head Armstrong's Onion Salad, Imported Cafers, Pickled
her handsome home on Gore ave,' made its appearance in Louisville R. Crooks, of Hamilton, Onta-
Mrs. M. B. Pratt, Mrs. R. DeMutelle, It Onions Datnut Butter Burnham's Clam Boulion Sugar
today. was worn by T. P. rio, had another good day's fishing at ,
nue.Dr.. of Philadelphia; Miss Mary Kelley, Howes, of Orlando, Fla., who arrivedon Butter Pitted Prunes.
J. W. Stagg and Mr. C. H. Til- I Lake Apopka yesterday. He has the ,
leave for their homes in the North
den, of Oakland, leave today for Sar- his way to Chicago, where he will record for this year in landing two

asota to attend Presbytery. They this evening.Mrs. consult a physician relative to an injured trout with one Skinner spoon, weighing FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY

will return Friday.Mr. W. S. Richeson, who has been leg. about ten pounds. He is proud of

spending the past twenty seasons in Mr. Howes was the object of muchcuriosity the luck he has had this
and Mrs. B. K. Hatch, who have __ good fishing
been spending the winter at 14 W.|Orlando, leaves ,today for her homein in the lobbies oi hotels andon winter around Orlando and hopes to I
- Greenville Ohio to the of the streets, especially so as the THE
Livington, leave today for their home regret return again next winter, as he is SANITARY GROCERY
at West Concord, Minn. many friends. This estimable lady weather was anything but pleasant. leaving for home Saturday.
has always made her home at the A cold rain was falling and a still
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eveleth and two CARUTHERS & GORE
Childs House. colder wind was blowing from the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
left afternoon for
daughters Sunday northeast, but the straw hat did not
Tampa, St. Petersburg and other Mr. Thos. A. Briggs and wife, who I I Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
seem to mind it in the least, and' RENT OR
points of interest in south Florida. have been spending the winter at SALE-Eight room
everybody seemed glad to see it- furnished house. Will rent all or
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Robinson Altamonte, were among Orlando's.visitors of it the month
returned -: Courier Journal, Wednesday, April part by or year.
to their home in DeLand yesterday -I. yesterday. They have just 15th. Apply :Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
after the week-ends I moved into their new home on Boston street. 4.20-3t
with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson.The I II I road. Mr. Briggs is the manufacturer MRS. HADEN ENTERTAINS AT -
FOUND-Two Owner have
keys. can
of the Boston wire stitcher, in
stork left a fine boy at the AUCTION BRIDGEMrs. same by calling at this office and MillMOIMIIiliMMIIMIIIMMHIIMIIIHiMlillillirarrnmnt
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Eaton, on',:I East Greenwich, R. I. paying for ad. 4-21-3t

Fern creek, yesterday morning. Mr.'' A. Haden entertained a few
I LOST-Somewhere on the streets of
Eaton is the carrier rural A CORRECTION friends informally and
popular on very delight- Orlando, a pair of window curtains.
route No. 2. I Sunday's paper contained an item fully last evening at her beautiful Green on one side and white on the

|.saying that Mrs. Forrest Dabney home, "Nightingale's Lodge," where other. Return to this office. 4.21.3tPLANTSPLANTSPLANTS A

W. A. McRae, as a candidate to ;Carr would sing at the Grand theater two tables of auction brdge furnished

succeed himself as commissioner of;j Wednesday evening, when the Civic much of interest and amusemenlAfter
I pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy
agriculture, up to the present time League would receive part of the pro- the games, an appetizingsalad Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato

has no opponent Tropical Sun. I'ceeds. Mrs. Carr will not sing on I II course was daintily served, the plants. J. M. Shanibarger, Pine Cas

This is not calculated to make this occasion and wishes this correc-I evening proving most enjoyable for tle, Fla. 4-21-lQt ( .

young Tom Appleyard feel very good.tion made. all present. Among her guests were i 4

Mr. Appleyard is making a thorough I F. D. CARR. Mrs. Thayer, Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. PAINTING AND PAPER BANGING }

campaign for the place. Cobb, Mrs. Lawrence, Miss Margaret
During the summer I will do painting
Eat what you want Hart, and Mr. Harvey.
and paper hanging at $2.50 a day.
Take the Seaboard sleeper to Jack Eat all you want. All work done in the best of workmanship

sonville. Leave 8:30 p. m. and arrivein t Take a postscript all and forget it. Sentinel want advertising serves also all kinds of floor fin:
For sale by druggists.
nude decorations.
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m. 4-14-tf the seeker and the offerer equally. ishings and Drop a
postal and I do the rest. Address G. C.

SHULTZ, Box. 385, Orlando, Fla.M46t "
1 wk. 2'5

Don't wait for every one in town to
have Entrican, the painter, before
The Lucerne you try. Am too busy to look you
Today"In up. Phone 636 and I will be on the
job. 1-20-tf '1

Eat what you want.
Eat all you want.

the Claws Of the Leopard," a three reel Gaumont. A Take For sale a postscript by all durggists.and forget l-T-d&w-lyr it. LIQUID PA' ,.

very strong picture showing a fight with a real Leopard. Opening of Piano Studio April 15th.

"The Stronger Hand a fine two reel Majestic. man For particulars Care Grand address Theater,Mac or Phone Tall- x nrfta'{, ".

No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m.

"Guilty or Not Guiltytta one reel Thanhouser. 4-3-lm.
For the news, read The Sentinel
Kiln Dried Lumber and Build- I

Material. }
Thursday"The Doom Ol the Ocean," a great three Phone 451 ing Orlando, Fla. .

reel Eclectic. Good Wood $1.50

Better Wood $2 2nd $%.%5

Best Wood $2.50 and $!.15


Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents i This won't last long, Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I

Stock while Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
up you can. J. C .HOWELL

Balcony: 5 Cents Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo f

Orlando Wood Yard Buy your garden seed from DeLaney extra charge for house treatment
& Abernethy. Just received a

Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. 104 W. Pine St. big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf Office tor.Telephone Orange connections and Central Avea -

B. W. KINCSIET, Proprietor If your paper is not delivered

t ..,1,111111111111.1.'1111111'11111.11111.111111.....IJII.>I"II..''HIHM 1, I Aberaethy Garden and, druggists.field seed. DeLaney 3-13-tf& promptly, don't fail to notify the office.




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(From the Gainesville Sun) I Mr W. S. Branch, Jr., secretary of By Claude L'EngleDont't
the Orlando Peace Society, the only
of Lost. Wanted, For Sale. Fer Get Stung-
has been to
: A company organized organization of the kind in Florida, Rent etc. for this column 23e for one day
s operate a cigar factory in Kissimmee. last night received from the Carnegie SOc for three days or 11.00 for one week, for May bees are good little insects
25 word or less. Money must accompany
Peace Foundation the following: the advertisement fer this column u no DRAWING ROOM
r' : Building permits issued in Jacksonville Mrs. Andrew D. White, the wife of insertions will be made on credit But they don't fly in June

- Wednesday reached a total value our great international leader, head FOR SALE In the June primaryDon't SLEEPING CAR

ation of $27,300. of the American delegation at the An elegant modern home; four bed- waste time on May

first Hague Conference, has sent the rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- bees.

} The Tarpon Springs Leader says following message to the presidentat tricity throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all VIATLNTICCOAST

: the brick road leading out of Tarpon Washington, in the fear that the flowers. 509 East Central avenue. ,right for you in Congress;

avenue from the city limits to the present portentous naval demonstration 2-15-tf. Some other man may be in

shores of Lake Butler has been com at Tampico to compel the salute FOR SALE line with progressive De- L T LINE f H

pleted. of our flag might result in war: Nursery stock, one, two, three and mocracy.
"Does an American gentlemanshoot four year old buds; Foster Early, Some other man may be

Charged with using $113 of thegovernment's the man who insults him Not Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash able to think for the people
ington Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
after election
f money in his own busi- usually in this generation, much less Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf ,
ness at Anna Maria Beach, Benjamin his wife and family. Shall we de- But may be some other man

Johnson. postmaster at that place, stroy many innocent Mexicans by FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one won't.

, has been arrested following indict- bombarding Tampico because an of- acre in bearing orange grove; six And may be you'll get Tll

ment by the grand jury. He fur- ficial bandit insults our flag? Noth- acres cleared; part of land suitablefor stung fooling with him. j ll SatllraaysFOR J
gardening and trucking; located
You know that Claude
nished bail. ing he can do, only what we do, can half mile from city limits on public V.
dishonor the American flag and na- road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., L'Engle is NOT a may be;

f The Irish potato growers in Mid- tion." care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf You know that he .will RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON

dleberg are feeling fine over the SALE- think and act for you,
crop AUTO FOR W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
outlook and the prevailing prices of WOMAN FIRES BULLET AND 1914 five passenger Overland, com- Because he is now in Con-
c potatoes. It is said that if nothing TAKES OWN LIFE paratively new. first class condition. gress doing this very thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

happens something over 40,000 bar- Big bargain if sold at once. Owner When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.

rels of potatoes will be shipped from High Springs, April 17.Followinga going 4-19.3t North. Inquire at this office. thing, George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .

that neighborhood. state of despondency, which contin- Don't risk the best chance Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

ued over a period of several days, NEW 1400-lb. HERRINGMARVINHALL that ever happened.

William Fletcher, a member of the Mrr. Lottie Townsend, a well known SAFE for sale. Or will trade Claude L'Engle has been II 'IIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'I"I"'illlll' I' .
for other property. See J. L. Deanat
fifteenth company of coast artillery, resident of this place, Thursday after- DeLaney Drug Co. 4-18-tod-5t time-tried and firetested ..
stationed at Fort Barancas, Pensa- noon fired a bullet through her breast in the fights for the -

cola, committed suicide Tuesday by and died shortly afterwards. It is FOR SALE-New two-story, five people's rights.He MMIIMMMi HMMMMtOMCtmtM ,.
:{ room house, with bath. Modern in is the one sure thing
taking over two ounces of carbolic stated by friends that Mrs. Townsendwas

r acid. The body was shipped to his despondent for some reason, and every Good way.bargain Just to off prompt Lucerne Circle.buyer. for you in this race for ..THE..

F home in Bessemer, Ala. that she had made arrangements to Owner, phone 466, city. Congress in the Fourth

visit at Lake City today. She leavesa 4-10-eod-lnio District.

It is expected that work will soon husband and four small children all FOR SALE-Black Minorca He is there for one term, Altamonte

start on the remodeling of the pres- of the children being under seven For rent, three room suite for eggs.light Keep him there for another'Vote

ent water works plant in Jacksonville, years of age. The remains will be housekeeping; all conveniences. Wm. I for Claude L'Engle

providing a pumping station for the interred this afternoon at Philippi, L. Coryell, 201 Concord Ave. west, first.
Orlando Fla. 3-31-tf
installation of the recently orderednew Columbia county. I a chance second

12,000,000\ gallon and other FOR SALE
Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week- I Altamonte Springs FlaA I
pumps in the future. One suffragette threw a gripsackand ly, no interest.

another flung a policeman's whis- Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12
ti A big parade was the feature of tle at the head of a magistrate. A acres land, lake front. $1,250. beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.) ;

the second day's session of the G. A. live justice must be a good dodger or 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- No. 1 Bargains Left < Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Orchestra -
lando. $10 per acre 1 etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful '
R. encampment held in St. Cloud this work behind a wire netting. 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando. The following has been offered far location in Florida, on high ridge between Ut lovely lakes; 40

r week. Fully four hundred partici- $12.50 per month gets warranty deed sale acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot .
pated in this event. The parade was POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR F. A. LEWTER. ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve-
4-14-d&w-lm No. 1. 3 acres of good land, im ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
headed by T. T. Mitchell post drums
REPRESENTATIVEI I proved. 6-room house (plastered), Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
of the G. A. R. teachers
corps, women -
just over city line. Sale price
hereby candidaq for $1,100
announce my Representative
and pupils of the St. Cloud high from Orange county, subject to FOR RENT cash or time
school. the action of the Democratic primary to be -- -- ---- ,
held June 2nd. FOR RENT-At $5 month, fur- cash and monthly payments of $15
;: nished sleeping room, close in, near per month. X. H. ; ;
One of the prettiest and most inter- FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Presbyterian church, pleasant loca- No. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles oat, unimproved IMIIMMMIllill JIMiMMMIIMMMimilHMHI Mil

esting social events, in the history of tion. Inquire after 4 p. m. at 207 good land
; $25
hereby announce my candidacy for Rep- orange ; per
the Florida Woman's college took resentative from Orange county subject to Palmetto street. 4-17-3t acre, cash.

place in Tallahassee on the evening the action of the Democratic primary) to be FOR Xo. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber
1 heed June 2nd. RENT-Permanently, unfur- Souvenir Postal CardsYou
of April 13, when the junior class en- 3. S. GRIFFIN. nished, at South Lake and South j miles out on proposed brick high-

tertained the senior class at a recep- FOR REPRESENTATIVE streets, very nice lower flat; has five way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared.
tion at Bryan hall. Music was furnished Yielding to what appears to be the desire rooms and bath and all modern con- This be
of leading citizens in almost every precinct veniences. Address C. Goesswein, can bought $20 per acre, have to buy them whether you wish to .
t for this delightful occasion by of Orange county that one of the candidates Lake Davis.: 4.1G-tf the same as some are asking $75 to
the Shaw orchestra of Valdosta Ga. to be nominated for Representativein $130; for. Owner
North and wants
the from primary the country election precincts of June I 2nd hereby shouldbe announce FOR RENT-Large, well furnished money. or not so why not, go where you can find the

myself a rooms for light housekeeping, in
The new plant of the Lakeland candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. modern home, close in. 312 North No. 4. 2 homesteads for sale cheap.If finest quality and largest assortment? If

Evening Telegram was formally MEMBER BOARD-OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Main-- street.- 4-14-6t you are interested get particulars.
opened to the people of that city Xo. 5. I also have the cheapest cannot show twice different
FOR RENT Two office we you as many
k Wednesday night. Over two thousand I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor spaces in 3." acre lot, with 3-roont house in the
re-election to the office of Member of our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
people were invited to inspect Board of Public Instruction Orange County, Come in and we will show you. PierceElectric city of Orlando in a white section. styles of Orlando view cards as any other

the handsome three story buildingand from primary.District No.3.Very subject respectfully to the, coming Co. 3-29-tf Price $37;).

the printing plant which was in WM. EDWARDS. If you want any property, city or firm in the city, we will give you cards free
Zellwood Fla. TO RENT-6 room house, furnishedor
1 active operation during the receiving country; want to rent, or hare property
and rooms one dollar -
hours. The spacious lobby, editorial FOR hereby SUPERVISOR announce myself OF REGISTRATIONI as a candidate per week up, sleeping or light to sell or rent, see me for good of charge. Make us prove it.

and business offices were decoratedin for re-eletti to the office of Supervisor of housekeeping. 205 W. Pine. service.CHADWICK.
r Registration for Orange County, subject to --- ---
ferns and flowers for the occasion. the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, FOR RENT-House of five rooms; REAL ESTATE AND

Fruit punch was served. 1914. FRANK H. WILLIAM moderate rent to small family and W. S. BRANCH,

right party; only 10 minutes walk to BUSINESS EXCHANGE
That the FOR SHERIFFI school, church or opera. No. 403 S.
mammoth tent which will
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Lake street. 4-19-3t: 19 W. Church St. Phone 393. The Arcade Book and Music Store
accommodate the leading ball of the Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. -
Confederate reunion here May 6. 7 FRANK GORDON. WANTED-Ladies to bring theircombings '
-- - -
; and 8, may be known as the "Corinne FOR SHERIFF them. We will to make us. what Don't destroy want. I,. .J..IIIIISI ti. t. rlllllr el 'I's'.e. II"11
r' Hampton Pavilion is like you ..JIO..II.IIIIIIIIIIIOIIII.I.,111118111101111..III.11111111 11111 11-1111 11111. vThere's
I announce myself as a candidate for the Come and see our stock and examineour
ly. Miss Hampton is from Columbia, office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, work. We invite inspection. If
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a
and is a granddaughter of General native of Orange county. In asking the votes you havn't the hair we supply it. Our
Wade Hampton, the famous cavalry of> my fellow citizens, I pledge myself to discharge stock is genuine. We make every- a Style Show Here \
the duties of the office without fearor thing to order. We pay cash for
r leader of South Carolina, and has: favor to any man for the upholding of the .
laws and the preservation of peace and good combings.We
been named as' sponsor in chief for order in the county. beg to announce that we have
the reunion here. She is one of the WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR secured the exclusive agency for the
: < COUNTY COMMISSIONER well-known and popular Clow's Knit
most popular young society women I am a candidate for the office of County Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam- Every Day in the Year
: of the South.-Times-Union. Commissioner of Orange county from
District 2. If elected I promise to serve the ples will be submitted for your inspection -
people to the best of my ability, having re- at your leisure. The goodswe
-, Here's "good luck" to Joe Reese, sided here a number of years. I am quali- handle are the kind that satisfy.
fied to know the needs of the section and
1 the Orlando scribe, in his efforts to I the people. Respectfully land St 3.22-1 mo Home makers will find a visit through our
become a representative in the Florida A. C. STARBIRD

:. legislature. Orange county could Apopka Fla.FOR COMMISSIONERI MISCELLANEOUSWe big store an interesting treat. We have here the
find no better successor to the vet- hereby announce c pelf a candidate for: -- ----
insure life
and loan
reelection as Commissioner from District No. your. you
eran Robinson.-Palatka Times Her-
3, Orange county Florida, subject to the money on real estate at 6 per cent of necessities for the
aid. action ef the Democratic primary to be held interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., delightful furnishingof

June 2nd. 1914. Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
FOR COMMISSIONER 3-25-d&wtf the modern home.
,. UYOMfl RELIEVES( reelection I hereby announce as County myself Commissioner a candidate from for: SWEET POTATO PLANTS

District No. 1 of Orange county subject to I will pay $1.00 per thousand for I;
the action of the primary) of June 2nd. Your Hall and Porto Rico sweet |
IN fiVE MINUTES support will be greatly appreciated.M. Nancy po- We specialize in high-grade furniture at a
0. OVERSTREET.FOR tito plants, from now until June 15th.P. .
COUNTY COMMISSIONERI M. Shanibarger Pine Castle, Fla. i i331lra
YOU BREATHE IT hereby announce myself as a candidatefor : moderate price. We invite you to come in and
If your head is all stuffed up from County Commissioner, Orange County,1----- -1
cold District Four subject to the action of the First class Brazing a specialty atWarman's
a or catarrh, suffer with
you Democratic primary, June 2nd, 1914. I will
look the
Repair Shop Court St. display.
0.1 over
dull headaches and seem lacking in vitality greatly appreciate your support. I
or are constantly sniffingand Yours truly.
coughing, need C. J. SWEET.
you a remedy SEED! SEED! SEED! '
Pine Castle Fla.
that will give the quickest, most effective Garden and field seed. & j
and lasting relief possible- 3-13-tf PRICfSRIG IIT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHT
something that will go right to the announce myself as a candidate for reelection Abernethy, druggists.
to the office of County Commissioner -- - -
spot, clear the head and throat and Orange County District Five subject Rubber Stamps made to order at
end your misery. to the decision of the Democratic primary, Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
lad, 1914.
Surely use Hyomei-all druggistssell June

it. It is just such a remedy, and Respectfully.E. L. BROWN Are you puzzled to get more busi-
is entirely harmless and pleasant to Ft Christmas, Fla.
ness? If so, try an ad. in the Sen-
breathe it-no
= dosing. FOR TAX ASSESSOR tinel. '

The antiseptic oils of Hyomei mixwith office I hereby of Tax announce Assessor of my Orange candidacy County for subject the Kincaid & SnowdenORLANDO'S
the air you breathe-its health- to the action of the Demooraitc primary) HURRYIs
giving medication immediately reaches called for June 2nd 1914. If nominated and
elected I pledge you my faithful service. often unavoidable, and when it is
the and inflamed
sore mucous
feel ARTHUR BUTT. you can depend on us to throw the
:4 membrane-you better in five
minutes. It is practically impossible FOR COUNTY TREASURER clutch over to the third speed and do
to use Hyomei and not only be I hereby announce. myself a candidate for job printing as quick as concern.
Treasurer of Or ng County subject to the any ( LOW PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE
1 relieved but permanently bnefitted.McElroy's Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. But we prefer to have more time-
Pharmacy will refund J. H. TUCKER.
time in which to do the best
your money if you are not satisfied. very pos

Ask for the complete outfit-$1.00 hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTORI myself u a candidate sible work. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida f !
1 size. for reelection to the office of Tax Collector ,
3 of Oraige County, subject to the Democratic Who is your painter and decorator?
primary to ke held June 2nd, 1M4. If reelected If satisfied the 1nrt
are keep
Sentinel want advertising serves I pledge to you my faithful aerrictu you
I bye endeavored to five in the past have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
the seeker and the offerer \\\ i .
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are naturally very pleased and I We Will Put the Reins !
interested, but hardly surprised, to : HOME THE MARKETOf
see that when Mr. Sam Griffin, of : ,

Orlando, makes a real estate deal I of Success in Your Owner leaves for the north
which may be designated as "a little : I Cleanliness Of
May 15th and has instructedus QualityFRESH
out of the ordinary" he has to come :
HandsHow to sacrifice the
down to the borders of Osceola county : property.
to do it. Located on Main street in AND SALT MEATS

As to annexing Kissimmee, we are ? By furnishing you with ; high-class neigborhood. Lot FISH AND GAME
from Missouri. Mr. Griffin has got 77x225 feet. Nine large

to show us.However. a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative rooms and bath, garage nnd Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Orlando has got thirteen call He will servants house. The homeis
lakes within the city limits, and pos- on you. give you a furnished and Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

sibly it might be a good thing if Kis formula that will make and mature surrounded completely with beautiful and pure.
simmee was annexed to Orlando fora
few weeks. in order that the Kis your fruit. shade trees. Owner has occupied We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We,have

simmeeites might she how Orlando the property and re everything in the Meat Line.

has improved and made the most of ceived an income of $100 per

its lake fronts. month from furnished rooms

Funny isn't it, but we wonder if for the past six months. Reas- The PARLOR MARKETH.

anyone Kissimmee has when noticed he goes the to man Orlando from, Tlie Soutlierli r Fertilizer r Co.ORLANDO onable terms if neeessary.

there This a is fine location for a
sneer at the small lakes up M.
Self & Co.
rooming house.Cooper .
designating them as "duck ponds Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA (
and then begin to swell up. and talk
about "our lake." You will never HnilMlitMIMIMMeMMMMMMtliOIHMMIIIM.ltJust $ Atha PINE STREET

hear a word about the lake front. He
Phone No. 80
just says "our lake," and swells. 'As 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
for the dock, he NEVER mentions
Phone No. 311 IIIIIIIIMIIMiiiiiiiiiimtiiimim
that monstrosity. He would probably -

deny that we had one, giving the
Orlando people the impression that .... .. ...

we are all "waders" down here.

By the way, wonder what that '
"dock committee(1))" is really doing.So .

long, Sam.-Osceola Journal.
I ,1-'R WS i.f"L ... ...... W. M. SLEMONSNew

NANCE arrived car load

Mr. Editor:-I been a thinkin fora
FORDS for immediate -
long while back that I would write

and tell you how much nicer it is delivery.Get Goods Arriving DailyWe

ridin on Orange avenue since them

automobiles was all took off and you
don't feel so scared like. Them com- yours nowF.

missioners is all right, Mr. Ferris; I
say the city is goin to be all 0. K. G. RUSH,

and everything is a movin along as Phone 226
sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson
right as far as I know. I rode out in & Co.

my automobile last Sunday to see the Bros. of Baltimore. "Iiin
made by Schloss :: Quality" Shoes.
park and the new fountain, and it all
looked mighty pretty to me. I see a Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
Flot folks settin on the benches s
o a
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflia & Co.
sleepy like and I says to my man I

says now that looks fine and dandy, & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
havin a place to set when you're tired

and somethin pretty to lay your eyes

on. Mayor Sperry sure did a fine
thing for our town when he give us
that fountain. I wish they was more W. M. SLEMONS

folks willin to spend money a fixin

up pretty things for Orlando. I think
im Giles is a thinkin up what he will '
rive us and maybe it will be some II I t i

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and other folks can use when -

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culatin such to a fine build.house When as Jim he G.gets is" cal-it DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND I I.. ?VIIOH" "IIIIIHI ,:+ M I UU II |LluUlt'Pn $ :,,:,::,:,,:,,:::::::::

done and is a searchin for some placeto SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

put a little money, I for one am a ,1.1,1.1.1. .
wishin he would get a fountain for I
Dixie! Dille
Lake Lucerne. Orlando is mighty Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED HOT WATERIn

pretty now and there ain't a nicer I I Iv Orlando A. C. L.......12:31 am 3:13pm I v Orlando. ........................ 3Upm
... .....................
r Jacksonville, A. C. L. 6:45am 7:30 pm r JacksonvilleT 730pm
place a body could live I'm just a v Jacksonville, A. C. L... 1:35am 8:25pm Jacksonville, A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm the Summer Time. Hot water is one of the most
tellin now. When the street man gets v Wayerou, A. C. L..11:50am 10: bpm v Waycroes, A. C. L. .............10 20pm of comfortable home. This is
essential features
r Maeon. G. S. &; F....... 6:13pm 4:15am r Macon. G. S. &; F. .............. 3:46am a $o home
time to take some of them humps and r Atlanta. C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7:25 ae r Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 7:12an emphasized most strongly in the Summer time because 4 Iet
Kno ville, LAN. ...... wim
r ; .12:19pm out
bumps out o' the roads, everythingwill r Chattanooga. W. &; A..12:18am 11:55am .........::::::.
r Corbin. L. &; N. 3:16pm don't want to heat the kitchen by e
be to the queen's taste, as the r Nashville N. C. &; St. L. 4:50 am 4 SO pm r Louisville, L. &; N. .............. 9:00pmAr you up
savin is. I hope you will keep on a St. Louis. LC.ftL.ftN.; : 2:50pm 7:%0 am r Indianapolis, ?a. L. ...au...... 1:50 am keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequentlymost a
Ar Lexington L. & N. ............
boostin Orlando but if can'tget : 6:50pm homes have to without it all Summer and
see you .......... go
Ar Hopkinsvffle. L. &; N. C: 7pm Ar Cincinanti L. & N. ............. 8SOpmr
them humps smoothed down a bit. Evansville L. &; N..... 9:28 am 925pm r Kalamazoo. G. R. &; L ..........12:20pm have it only in limited quantity in the Winter.
Yours for progressin, Ar Terre Haute C. &; E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids G. R. ft; L ....... Z:45 pm
IZZY BUTTIN. Ar, Chicago, C. &; E. L..... 6:50pm 1:50am r Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:15am_- "GET A RUUD" .

ATLANTIC LIMITED and you have plenty of steaming hot water any time
THE TIME TO ADVERTISEIs Solid train, composed of section draW l' Solid train, composed of electric lighted
room sleeping cars, observation eempartme&t want it and at small cost
when you want business. The cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and dr wng.room Pullman sleeping car and coaches you a very by simply
Chicago, and section drawin -mom sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and turning on the faucet. _
place to advertise a retail business is ar between Jacksonville and St Louis.
Jacksonville Louisville
< and Indianapolis;
in the newspapers. I I DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
In Orlando the Sentinel with a. Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear betweenJacksonville ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANY
artment observation and tleetlieigbted
1.000 bona fide circulation reaches up- section drawing-room sleepers. First and Grand Rapid on Monday
ward of 5,000 readers every day. Do Ian coaches and smoking ear. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear Gas DepartmentHHimMHHMIMmHHiHHHMHiMiHHiHHHHHiHHHMMtiiS
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
you want their business?

Then use the Sentinel Sure
su ts. Write, call or phone 24 for re-I FOR W. R.TICKETS.O'NEAL PULLMAN, City Ticket RC8EKYATIONS Ajent. W.INFORMATION D. WHITE, Depot WRITE Ticket OR CALL Ajent ON ;;;;' ; :::::::::::::::::: :: :: :::: .

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time, even with the most favorable '

progress, for these hopes to be real-
ized. Before the members of the
board got away for the summer, he
said, the matter should be attendedto.
He alluded to the great succesS

which had attended the opening of

the tourist room in the Magruder
building, and suggested that a com-

mittee be appointed to make arrange- ST JTE tENT. .

I THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO ments for a room for the next season.
(Showing not only the finances, but that this is a purely "Orlando"t.
President Woodruff named Messrs.W. "
Institution .
1. CAPITAL S' 50,000.00 S. Branch, W. R. O'Neal and C. E. APRIL 13,1914 .i

2. SURPLUS $ 35,000.00 Howard to make the necessary ar ,
f .
3. DEPOSITS $949,436.00 rangements. RESOURCESLoans '
for Curry Cigar
Larger Quarters
I to Orlando People . .. .. ... .. ........:....187978.48
1. The capital of the State Bank of( Or- CompanyMr. Overdrafts to Orlando People .... .............. 183.26U.
is owned 20 stockholders all responsible H. H. Dickson brought to the S. and Orlando bonds . ....... .............;... 186652.70
lando by the board the demand of Banking House in Orlando ...... ... ........... .. .. 32,049.73
4 financially and interested the attention Cash, available for Orlando People ................. 113833.11
business advancement of our city. the Curry Cigar company for larger
quarters, and the fact that other $520.697.28

2. The $35,000.00 surplus, has been cities were making overtures to this r
thriving concern to secure its loca- LIABILITIES .
earned (from its business; it is profits set tion elsewhere. '.Mr. L. L. Payne also Capital, 90 Per Cent owned in Orlando .. ........ .. .$ 50,000.00
aside as security for those who entrust their Surplus, 90 Per cent owned in Orlando ........ .. .. .. 10,000.00
presented interesting information regarding Undivided Profits, 90 Per Cent owned in Orlando .. 4,777.84
business to this bank. the company. He said the : Circulation. due National Government .. ...... ...... 21000.00
factory was making 300,000 cigars a Reserved for Orlando, Orange County and State of Fla.

# The extent which business men, taxes ........ ....................... ... ....... 452.58
3. month, and had a pay roll of $35,000a
Bills Payable Mortgage on banking house, in force
find the
farmers, men, women, children, year. It was an industry worth when we bought same and not due, so cannot be

security and courteous attention of this keeping in Orlando, he said, and : paid off) .......... ......._.... ............ .. 10000.00
bank's service helpful and advantageous is urged that the board take immediate .' 1 Deposits of Orlando people and U. S. gov't ... .... .. 424,466.86;

reflected in the totals of our deposits, f 949- steps to secure the quarters needed $520.697.28 '..
by the factory. Mr. Payne said he :. :. _
: .
a 43600. believed that the Curry factory had THE PROOF OF SUPPORTOf

done more good in the way of adver- the Orlando people to this purely Orlando Institution: :. ,

Orlando than the Board of Deposits, April 15, 1914 .......... ................ ..$424,466.86
tising : : .! Deposits, December 15, 1912 ......... ........... .. 85,533.68 .
Trade had done with all of its book- .' .' .:... ,. ; .:.,
Y lets. The famous "Lucerne Circle" INCREASE in 16 Months 396 per cent ...... ...... ..$338,933.18
.c. .:
cigars went to all parts of the coun- ,.:" ";., .: ....:
1 try, and wherever they went they "It is a Pleasure to Serve You" ':'.
carried of Orlando's attractive _
a picture --
Y APPEAL MADE FOR RESCUE I which Hag. cast her helpless babe residence section and the name of S ) ii -c;
when she driven from her home.
WORK I was
the town was known far and wide on
At the close of the meeting the
account of this publicity. The matterwas

Mrs. Henderson-head of the National people were invited to come forward referred to the committee on new fet. Mfe Mw--
and receive a white ribbon bow, em- D F ; IQmIP L D.I
Home Mission and Rescue Association I I enterprises, of which Mr. Dickson is v-/ /*? *
blem of purity, which had been pre- V*
with division headquartersat chairman, with instructions to take
pared for the occasion by Mrs. Story.
Jacksonville to large audi- any action necessary to bring about
spoke a
t did and also took small .
Many a
ence at the Orlando opera house Sun- booklet entitled, "Lifting the Veil," I the desired object. .:.;..';- : ".:. .:." :.: : '.. :.: ., .<::.:.t:...
; day afternoon at 330. Mrs. Hender- which explains her work. .I Railroads Commended for Good :i "

f recommended Service ..
son came.highly
Mr. Barker extended the ladies
prominent and of the different It is the rule to abuse the railroads,
men women
every courtesy and furnished the proved condition. DAMRON BROTHERS OF KEN- the past month and report others in
states of the Union in which and when anything to the contrary
I' .
house free of charge. Holbrook's Side Lost TUCK BUY PLACE I progress.Mr.
she has worked for the it is Sucha
past twenty-, happens really noteworthy.
Mrs. Henderson will be in Orlando
five years. At the opening of her ad- thing occurred at the meeting of i The members were treated to i
several days. She is located at 603 last Mr. J. P. Holbrook : H. C. Bretney, Florida passen-
smokes night by & Atha closed deal
dress a number of these letters were the board last night when Col. J. N. ,
W. Pine street, and will be glad to whose side lost in the recent ger agent of the Louisville and Nash-
brothers fora
read. Bradshaw proposed a resolution terday with the Damron
discuss her work with any who may Mr. S. S. Grif-' ville railroad, with headquarters in
Mrs. Henderson was assisted by a thanking the Atlantic Coast Line and membership contest. thirty acre tract two miles east of
be interested.Mr. side. Jacksonville, was in Orlando yester-
the victorious
fin of
number of of the different excellent was captain The will
women the Seaboard Air Line for the Orlando. boys immediately
members added a''! day in the interest of his road.
F congregations. Mrs. Matthews had service.given by both roads dur- Some fifty were as improve the property with three new

., charge of the music, and the stage G. C. Fields and wife have ing the winter season, and asking result of the contest. Three mem- bungalows arid set out twenty acres Capt. H. L. Johnson and wife and

was decorated with ferns furnished come to Orlando to live, and have that the good service be continued. It bers were added to the list at last to orange and grapefruit. About ten Mr. Henry Yeats and wife, of Tampa, '

by Mrs. Stagg. rented the late residence of the lamented -I was agreed that the Pullman and night's session, being Messrs. W. P.j j acres of the land is especially adaptedfor were in Orlando last night, registeredat

Mrs. Khun read the Scripture les-, Capt. J. F. Luther. Mrs. mail service to and out of Orlando Gwynne, A. B. Johnson and J. F. Mc- gardening and will be immediately the San Juan. .

;, son from he twenty-first chapter of Fields is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.E. had been better this season than ever : Kinnon. put in order and be used for veg- !i

t Genesis. In her lecture Mrs. Henderson H. Westover. before, and it was deemed only grace- etable growing to supply the Orlando Up to date painting, papering, etc.,

compared the Hephzibah Cottage] ful and appropriate that the board i The Sentinel is the newsiest and .markets. This is the fourth good sale is the kind you want. Where to get
636. W. T
it? That's easy, phone
I in Jacksonville ,to the shrub under Read the advertisements daily. should take cognizance of the im- best printed daily in Central Florida. I.this firm has made in this section in Entrican. 1-20-tf


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