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 22, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00020
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Pays the Required Assessment and BONDS Start Will Be Made From Orlando Carranza Advises His Underlings Not

COMMITTEE SUBSTITUIE IS [ Makes Oath According to the -. Monday, May 18, and Week Will to Make Any Statement in W000 D ill VfS TO COMMAND lAND FORCES

Requirements New Law Be Consumed in Trip Regard to Crisis

THE The first candidate to qualify by Quick action followed the appoint- Douglas, Ariz., April 21.-(Spe GALVANIZES -
paying the assessment of the cial.-A confidential code WAR AND NAVY DEPARTMENTS -
PLACED APPROXIMATELY AT ment of a committee by the Orlando message
i t' HOUSE AT VERA committee and the assessment to the TWO MILLIONS ANNUALLY Board of Trade to arrange for a from Carranza in the City of Chihua- AND STIRS FOREIGN-

::7 CALL FOR MORE county and filing the oath of qualification hua forbids the Sonora chiefs
i WHILE STANDING TIMBER booster trip to Miami, and a_meetingwas makingany ERS IN MEXICO CITY TO BAND
VERBIAGE was J. H. Reese, who is a candidate i held yesterday and a date set for assertions on the stand of the TOGETHER FOR PROTECTION

L.{ i for representative from Or-I i II IS ESTIMATED AT : the start. rebels in tl present crisis.

::. ange county. FOUR MILLIONS The committee composed of Messrs.J. Carranza averts that the time is
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Washington, April 21.-( )
I -Important changes in the The law requires tha fthe candidates -I I P. Holbrook, V. W. Estes, J. N. not distant when the Mexican nation Washington, April 21.-(Special.)

shall first the county com will be forced to fight the United -Acting under orders from Secretary -
Bradshaw and Arthur Butt held
before the senate which II I The county commissioners have issued a
mittee assessment to the chairman of States He de- Daniels to block the port of Vera
meeting and determined Mon- as a common enemy.
al of congress to the a brief statement for the infor- upon
the county committee. For the sake clares the United States is Cruz and seize the customs house,
18 the time for the trainof meddling
I president in Mexico may be mation of persons or firms who' may day, May as Admiral
of convenience, Mr. Seth Woodruff, in Mexican affairs. Fletcher landed marines
t booster cars to leave Orlando, and unnecessarily
fore it is passed. bid for the purchase of the road
the county chairman, has left signed nine All the rebel chiefs asserted tonight from the Utah, the Florida, and the
bonds that advertisedfor cars were signed up yesterdayfor
: are now being
At 9 o'clock Secretaries receipts in the hands of Mr. Josiah sale. the trip. This means about fifty : that a general conflict between Mex- Prairie today, and proceeded to take

:; and Tumulty left a Ferris, the secretary, ar/: other can- ico and the United States is inev- the customs house.
people to begin with, and it is certain I
the and hurried to Much interest is being shown by
president didates qualify by paying their itable. A sharp engagement between the
may that wlil be included
itol to confer with Senator prospective bidders for the bonds and as many more cars -i
assessments to Mr. Ferris. I' American and Mexican forces fol-
the which also by prospective bidders for the in the caravan. Enthusiasm i I
on new turn After this is done, and the candi- construction of the roads. grows as the subject is agitated, andit I I' lowed.
taken. They refused to date is armed with his receipt from I OILS[ PARK COMMISSIONER[ FOR Four American marines were killed
the news from Vera Cruz, i Engineer G. R. Ramsy has finished is entirely probable that a party of 'I
the chairman, he has to go before an I and twenty wounded.

say had that been the carried plans out of the officer qualified to administer a legal i' ten sets turned of them maps over and to specificationsand the clerk, one this hundred journey will, which represent is destined Orlandoon to THREE[[ YEAR T TERM[ More than 200 Mexicans were

oath and make affidavit that he is killed.
In view of the fact that I)Ir. B. M. Robinson, who is prepared'to be one of history making importance.Mr. .
to make the and that he At 7:20 tonight Fletcher
qualified race '' reportedto
it is considered send them out to bidders who are John Cook was chosen to be
gun probable has never violated any of the election Council Passes Ordinance Making the navy department that he was
the official He has made the
relations sufficiently in earnest to remit the pilot.
foreign committee laws. With the addition of this holding the part of the city near the
Terms of Commissioners for One
journey to Miami times, and
mit to the senate sum of $15 for each set The clerk many
slip of he is then prepared to customs house, the consulate and the
the to take paper has sold several sets, and has demons knows all the highways and byways. Two and Three Years
ing president
before the clerk of the circuit cable office. The railroad is safe.
appear for others. The statement of the He is mapping out the itinerary. It

as this are country's necessary intentions.and court and pay three per cent. of the commissioners, in regard to the bond is expected that the tour will last six The city council yesterday passedan Desultory firing continued from the
annual which his office house
i tops.
compensation issue and conditions in Orange county days, probably seven, allowing a full ordinance fixing the terms of ser-
Senator Root spoke for an and this insures'that his This filed
name message was at Vera
follows: day or more in Miami.It I vice of the pack commissioners at
fifteen minutes, beginning will be placed the ticket. I Cruz at 4:30. The customs house
upon, I II On May 12th, 1914, at 12 o'clock, is anticipated that the party will one, two and three years, respectively. was
the senate convened at 8 I. There seems to be a lot of red tape captured at 11 o'clock this morning.
noon, the Board of County Commissioners be shown attentions along the route, .
I night. He,took the same about it, but it is easy to see that thaI, Gen. Wood will leave Washington
... at Orlando, Florida, will open and some time must be allowed for The park commissioners who were
resolution that was taken law seeks to protect the integrity of tomorrow night to take command of
I sealed bids on Orange county bonds, such delays. A schedule of about a elected by the aldermanic council last
the day by Senator Lodge. the party primary and the the army forces in Texas. One thou-
precautions amounting to $600,000, to be dated hundred miles a day will probably be year were re-elected under the ordinance -
murders that had occurred are if there happened sand marines have been rushed from
necessary ito June 1st, 1914, maturing in thirty the progress maintained. passed yesterday, with the following
ern Mexico as a reason why be any inclination on the part of I Philadelphia on a chartered ship.
I years from date, bearing interest at Those who have agreed to go areas result:
ent display of hostility on any candidate to break into a pri-j According to the report from Ad-
the of 5 follows Harry L Beeman to until
rate per cent per annum, : serve
the United States should : when not qualified. It would 1 1I miral Fletcher the Mexican
I mary payable semi-annually on the first V. W. Estes, Ford; J. P. Holbrook, January 1, 1915. troops
all warring factions in take a bold indeed to run the didn't oppose the landing of marines
person I days of June and December of each Ford; Mrs. D. C. Thompson, Ford; Mrs. A. B. Whitman to serve until
not against Huerta only. gauntlet prescribed by the law if he but opened fire after the Americanshad
year. Both principal and interestare Gray Rush, Ford; J. N. Bradshaw, January 1, 1916.
Senator Reed, of were not qualified. I taken possession of the customs
payable at the Hanover National Buick; T. W. Mathews, Buick; Arthur James L. Giles to serve until Jan-
crat then for the house. The Mexicans
spoke employed
i iijRlAN bank of New York city. A certified Butt, Ford; A. B. Johnson, Ford; John uary 1,1917.Under ar-
tion. tillery and made a desperate effort to
check, issued by a state or national Cook, pilot, Buick. the terms of the ordinancethe
Secretaries Bryan and O SANITARY SYSTEM[ 1 TOB drive out the Americans. Admiral
bank, for 1 per cent. of the amount of Other parties who wish to have park commission is required to
rived at the capitol 4)I I Fletcher at once ordered the Prairieto
the bonds covered by each bid, must place in the merry company may con make quarterly reports of receipts
o'clock to force the fight for B BE[ EXHIBITED[ :' bring her big guns into play and
'1 I accompany such bid. The bonds are fer with Mr. Cook, or any member of and expenditures, the dates upon
ident. At 10 o'clock Fall from her place in the harbor she
:i:to be issued in denominations of $500 the committee. An official itinerarywill which such reports are to be rendered pro
started his attack on the ceeded to shell the Mexicans out of
''and' $1,000, $300,000 of each denomi- be prepared by Mr. Cook soon. being the first of July, October, Jan-
tion's policy. Senator Engwer Ramsey Receives InquiryFt3m their position.The .
nation. The purchasers will be given All cars will carry appropriate ban uary and April.
stated that the senate will City Health Officer of I receipt of word from Fletcher
i reasonable time in which to have the ners and legends prepared by the Or The council yeseterday received

on the resolution for several Jacksonville for Models I|bonds examined and approved. (Unconditional lando Board of Trade. deed from Messrs. E. F. Sperry and that fighting had begun galvanized
Opening debate on the the war and navy departments into
bids are requested.) Charles Granniss for the land granted -
in the senate, Mr. Lodge immediate action. Orders were
City Engineer Ramsey has received These bonds are issued pursuant to some time ago for park purposesat

.. chusetts, declared> : I i a letter from Dr. C. E. Terry, health an election held on November 11th, RfV. DR [EDWARD T. POUlSON Lake Eola.WOMEN flashed to Badger and Mayo to send
to Fletcher.
"In support
a situation of high 'officer of Jacksonville, that This meant that
stating 1913, under the General Statutes of

such as now confronts he is interested in making a Southern Florida, section 786, et seq., in which MEMORIAL[ DAY ij ORATOR INTERESTED, IN CASE they should send Fletcher a strong
well to remember the : detachment of marines. In all prob-
health exhibition the annual
at meet- 785 freeholders voted for and 239 OF JUVENILE CRIMINAL

of the senate. The power ing of the American Public Health against the issue. Taxes are due and ability the Americans will now pro-
war rests under the ceed to take the entire city ef Vera
association, and would like to have payable from November 1st to March Daughters of the Confederacy Completing St. Petersburg, Fla., April 21.- Cruz.

congress. models of the pipe fittings that are 31st. There is po controversy or litigation Arrangements for Observance Club women of St. Petersburg adopted -
"When the president lays being used in the Orlando sewerage pending or threatening the resolutions urging Judge Brandonnot In the war department similar activity -

national controversy before system and photographs of the septic corporate existence or the boundariesof I of the Day to send to the reform school Tra- was displayed. All troops on
he takes the last that the border, about ten thousand
tanks which are being constructed. the county, or the title of its pres- cey Bailey, the youthful burglar who
L war, continued Senator Dr. Terry explains that he has ent officials to their respective offices, Memorial day exercises will take broke into twenty or more houses in ordered to concentrate at Galveston.

president might have rv heard that Orlando is taking especial or the validity of these bonds. place at the Orlando opera house at St. Petersburg. The club women From there they can be taken to any

steps but he has come to precautions in joining the tile pipesto Conservative estimate of popula- 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Rev. Dr. urged that some disposition be madeof port on the east coast of Mexico in

which alone has power to water from Edw. T. Poulson, pastor of the First two days.Foreigners.
prevent ground entering tion of county, 17,000. the boy so that he may have an
I think he has done well. the and thinks exhibi Baptist church, having been chosento Band Together for Protection -
pipes, an The proceeds of these bonds are to opportunity to reform and grow up

gress in session it was tion of the manner in which the work be used solely for the purpose of improving deliver the address. to be a good citizen. It is proposedto

should take no further steps is being done would be of great interest the public roads of the county The Daughters of the Confederacyhave send the boy to some private home, Mexico City, April 21.-(Special.)

consulting congress." to those who will attend the $500,000 of which is to be expended the arrangements in charge and if such a one can be found that will -This city is in a turmoil tonight as
Senator Lodge recounted the result of the publication of
meeting in question. for brick highways, $100,000 for i through committees are completingthe admit Bailey, or failing in this, to put news
lative proceedings which from Vera Cruz of American invasionand
Engineer Ramsey placed this letter clay or other hard surfacing material i details for a fitting observance of him in the George Junior Republicin
passage of the Spanish before the city council yesterday af- Facts About Orange County i the occasion. The citizens of the New York. Mexicans killed in the fighting.
tion and Senator Williams Crowds are going about the streets
ternoon, and was authorized to have True valuation of taxable I town generally will be asked to send Mrs. Nellie R. Loehr was appointeda
long it took to I and a general uprising is feared.
congress such photographs made.It property$28,618,848 j flowers to the opera house, and others committee of one to go to Clear-

"It took much more than | will be interesting to many that Assessed valuation, 1913_ 5,154,712 :' will be asked to contribute the use I water and present the views of the Foreigners are banding themselves
Senator I' together for protection.
replied Lodge. I the sewerage system which is being Assessed valuation, 1914 of vehicles to convey the flowers and local club women at the trial of Bai-

Senator LaFollette stated installed under Mr. Ramsey's effi approximate) --------- 7,000,000 : those who haven't conveyances to the ley. She has written to him to know

took from April 11 to cient direction may bcome a model Increase in taxable values I I I cemetery, where the decoration of the when the trial will take place, and ex- ANGE & BATES GET CONTRACTFOR

pass the resolution in 1898. for other cities, and that such favor- in 5 years ____________ 8,000,0001!graves i of the Confederate dead will pects to go to Clearwater to see that SEPTIC .TANK .... ,

After an argument with able notice has already been given it. Debt for water works ____ None i iI I i take place. II j Bailey gets a chance. j -

Williams over the attitude Floating debt ----------- None I I Appropriate music will be selectedfor 1 I Sympathy for the boy Is expressed The city council yesterday awarded

crats in congress as to the I BASEBALL RESULTS Cash in treasury, April 1.. 52,000 I II the exercises, and other parts of!I in all circles here, and the general contract for the septic tank to Ange

war resolutions, Senator !I National League Principal Resources the program will be looked after so I''opinion' is that he ought not to be & Bates. This is the fourth septic

up the resolution. I I Brooklyn 0, New York 6. I Standing pine and cypress I[ that the afternoon will be typical in I sent to the reform school. He i is so tank required in the sewerage sys-

"This resolution uses the Philadelphia 3, Boston 4. timber --------------- $4,000,000 I note and color of the memories which I tender in years and,such a small bur- tem, and was not at first contem

tify' instead of 'authorize,' Cincinnati 2, Pittsburg 5. Citrus fruit crop, 1914___ 1,000,000 it is supposed to cherish. I II glar that St. Petersburg is laughingat plated. The others are being constructed -

"The result will be the q) St. Louis 1, Chicago 1. Fifteen innings Trucking crop, 1914______ 1,000,000 I I; itself for being frightened over by Hamilton Johnson. Mr.

resolution does not ; darkness. : 100,000 citrus fruit trees have been I I Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Y. Cheney, who! raids by a mere child, even though he Johnson entered a bid for the other,

(- declaration of war. The : American League | planted during the past 12 months. j{i were married Easter Sunday at Lebanon -' was successful in getting a lot of, and besides Ange & Bates was the

his message disclaimed'all ;j Chicago 6, St. Louis 1. ( Orange county has never had a N. H., arrived last night and plunder.Mr. only bidder. Jos. Raehn was the only

toward the Mexican people. Boston 1, Philadelphia 1. Eleven bond issue prior to this, has never defaulted -I will be at home in Orlando. They II bidder for the drainage well, but con-

resolution carries with 'it innings; darkness. I in the payment of any of its will be given a warm reception by H. H. Perry, of Camilla, Ga., is tract has not been let as yet.

tervention. : Detroit 7, Cleveland 4. obligations, either principal or inter Orlando society. I spending today in Orlando, a guest of,

"The consequences of New York 3, Washington 2. I est, and there is now no outstandingscript the San Juan. : FUNERAL OF MR HUPPEL!
vention in f
many respects Federal League t THE WEATHER I I TODAYThe

cisely the same as war. Pittsburg-Buffalo; cold weather. Mr. Harry Waters, the clever and I funeral of Mr. B. Huppel, who ;
the task is less
possible Baltimore 3, Brooklyn 2. Latest music, latest books, fine sta Florida: Fair Wednesday; warmer!,popular chief clerk at the San Juan I died at his home at Gotha Monday

.I completion. After a long St. Louis 4, Chicago 3. I tionery. Curtis & O'Neal, next post- in north portion. Thursday, fair in''1 hotel, has returned from a visit to jl afternoon, will take place from the f

(Continued on page Kansas City 2, Indianapolis 6. office. Come and see us. I south, unsettled in northwest portion.I St. Augustine and Jacksonville. residence this afterno at 2:30.7t ,-

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.1 we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of Today"Into

superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

are all right, then why not put us to the test. "
and Out
Society an Essanay comedy.

a | done and laughable.

This Way

t "The Heart of Maggie Malone," a Selig drama. Inter-

Your doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your | esting from end to end. ::
case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.

I. YES; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have "Perfect Truth," an Edison drama, the first of the "Dolly -

saved the trouble of going to your doctor again. : of the Dailies" series. Each cne a story in itself, but all

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"The Fat Man's Burden," a Pathe comedy that is one "

we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugs | long smile

X of high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled just

as your doctor wrote it.Don't.
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ForgetThat Children oc Adults lOci

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That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people

and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate '. t,. For Economy and Purchase Power -

-it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take ': ) of your money, "Try Wright's"
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. }t
% Is it Citrus land of Quality?
M The picture will tell the story,

: : "Yes," Price tells the Bargain..

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Orlando, Florida. 'v, 40 Acres under fence, 200 good orange

-f: *. 'WRIGHT r* a+ trees two story house, barn,

;' *? REALTY ft SEED COt best of water three lakes.
Snap JHMiimiii
I bargain sale.
R : New York, April 20.-The Mexican
Candidates should carefully bear in situation was almost the sole topicof Paris, France, April 20.-The atti-
mind the following sections of the discussion in the financial district tude of the French government in
state corrupt practices law: I today, yet asde from temporary weakness connection with President Wilson's
; Be it Enacted by the Legislature of I in stocks at the opening Wall Mexican policy is one of calm obser- iliMlillMIHIIIlin lUMIMMMIMMMMIIM
1- the State of Florida: vation ?MMtiM + MIMMMMMMmMMMMtilMIIMMMMMHHMMMIMOrlando
street showed no uneasiness. : according to the view expressed -
.. Section 1. That no person in the Interest centered largely around the,I at the foreign office today.
furtherance of his candidacy for nom- president's proposed message and I I A disposition exists here to remain Bank & Trust Co
ination for public office or public position traders were inclined to await its delivery I detached from events in Mexico unless -
in a primary election shall| before assuming a definitestand. incidents should arise directly
Statement at Close of Business April 11 1914
himself, or by or through any other concerning France.
person or persons, directly or indi-I Sentiment was mainly bearish, how- r
rectly, give, pay or expend any ever, on the theory that the imme Sentinel want advertising bringsthe RESOURCESReal
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value money or to authorize pay or give anything expenditure of diate course of events must make for probable buyers to are I your prop- Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37
p or any I I|
greater uncertainty. erty. Loans and Discounts 378,166.14
become pecuniarily liable, II' II II II II II II.
7.E: or and only for the following purposes I""'-- ---- ____ _u __ ___ n __ Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1225.23
to-wit: ,I" ...., .,......................., .. .. ... .. .. ..t Stocks and Bonds II. II II II II II II II 26,018.33
For his traveling expenses while I* "MHMMMMMIMMtMMMMMMMMMMMIMMHiSewing Cash on Hand and due from Banks II. II. 473059.02

campaigning, fee for qualifying, sten-I
ographic work, clerks at his campaign I TimeIS $904,906.09
headquarters, to address and prepare LIABILITIES
and mail campaign literature, tele- Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

grams, telephones, postage, freight, Re-Discounts . ; . . . . . None
express, stationery, list of voters, of- : NOWHERE I Bills payable . . . . . . . None
fice rent, newspaper advertising, ad-
vertising in campaign book, printingand Deposits 11.11. II. . . II II' 770,793.72

the renting of halls in which to =; Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
address the voters. .
Section 5. That no person shall, in
EVERY SEWING $904,906.09Deposits
order to aid or promote his nomina- ,
I /i (
l tion in a primary election, directly or
' Indirectly, himself or by or throughany : MACUINE 3 3in March 4, 1914 . . . .$649,484.91

other person, promise to appoint .. Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . 770,793.72

z another person, or promise to secure : the city is just humming, and every woman in town < Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81Deposits
or aid in securing appointment, nom- is getting herself and her family into the prettiest cloth-1
ination or election of any other personto : ing imagineable, as quickly as she can. Dec. 31, 1913 II II. .. . II. 521,167.38
any public or private position or Deposits April 11th, 1914 II. 11.11. 770,793.72
employment, or to any position or
honor, trust or emolument, except How About Your Machine? Increase in 100 days II II II . 249,626.34

that he may publicly announce or define -
what his choice or purpose in relation Is it doing your work as you would like to have it? or f Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months. '
to any election in which he is it running hard, dropping the needles; etc., if thisis The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
may be called to take part, if elected. so you had better COME IN AND SEE the FREE Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
Section 7. That any person who MACHINE, the finest sewing machine made today. The friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
solicits, receives or accepts from an- FREE is the most wonderful machine that was ever madeIt sible.
other any par, gift, reward, loan, is far superior to the "old line" machines that have not ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANKNOTICE
salary, contribution or thingof the newest improvements of the FREE.
money value as pay for services, or reimbursement THE ROTOSCILLO MOVEMENT, EIGHT SETS OF ::::::::':::II:t ++ ':::::::: :::::: : ::: ::::: :

expenses, as a consideration for him LOCKING DRAWERS, AUTOMATIC TENSION RE-
promising to vote for, working, elec- .LEASE, SHUTTLE EJECTOR, HEAD LATCH, AUTOMATIC Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
tioneering or making public speechesfor ; THREAD CONTROL, etc., as well as the RO- Change of Schedule Clyde St. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
or against any candidate seeking ; TARY SPOOL PIN, SELF THREADING SHUTTLE, Johns River Steamers OPTICAL REPAIRING ,-
Until further notice the steamersof Osteopathic Physician
nomination in a primary election and other late improvements makes the FREE first
this line will leave Sanford at
f-- shall, upon conviction therefor, be [ choice of all who have investigated-Come in and try 132 Orange Avenue
11:30 o'clock
punished by a fine or not exceedingone I the FREE before deciding. a. m. _;
N. M. TUPPER, SnptJ. Next door Bank
thousand dollars or by punish- to People's ,
B. CALDER, Agent.
ment not exceeding one or by up-stairs. Acute and chronic
year : THE FREE
Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914-
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in the soup. I .
Nourishment-fine methods used by persons connected -
Tremendous Force Exerted at. fla with the prosecution in pre- r Does man ever foot his wife's bills'''

vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. without kicking?
j I
the Bottom of the Sea. paring the case.
All I Turkeys are innocent birds; almost
William J. Burns, the detective, new line for the Spring
for 5 cents, in the any woman can stuff them.
who has been investigating the case and Summer season of 1914 is
AIR THERE COULD NOT RISEIt moisture-proof package. Ii There may be nothing new under
at the instance of Frank's friends,
Never in the history
the sun, but there are a lot of fresh now complete. -
has not yet made his report. He already -
people. of our business have we
Would Be has said he believed a trial
Compressed to Such a I
Few families who have domestic been able to show such a line of '
Degree of Density by the Enormous should be had, but has said nothing i skeletons in their closets have sense
Weight That the Water Would Float further regarding the guilt or inno-. new and timely goods for Easter -
enough to keep them there.
Upon It-Limits of Diving Depths cence of the prisoner. His report is selling. Our line of Dress
Somebody ought to devote a few
From ordinary considerations It expected before Wednesday and may minutes to feeling sorry for a mar- Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery -
be used as a supplement to the Ready-to-Wear goods and
request ,
would seem that there I H no limit to ried man who can't think of a good

the depth to whlrh a direr or a Mib- for a new trial. excuse at the right time. notions is complete-the styles

marine boat might jro. Such however t If women ever break into the political are varied enough to suit

IA not the case What prevent* Congressman L'Engle has persuaded game they'll either have to learnto the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with

diving to great depth Is! the enormously Secretary Daniels to send the big- handle a hammer or hire some every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
increasing: pressure of water No
gest warship that can cross the St. cheap men to nail campaign lies for
diver without a suit can po over ISO Btrooet Biscuit the 1st until the 12th of Apri 1 at 15 to 25 per cent
Jones bar to Jacksonville to partici- them.-Chicago News.
feet because the pressure on the body cheaper than the regular prices.
pate in the coming reunion festivi-
is then about five tons to the square We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
Round thin tender- i
ties.-Ocala Banner. Subscribe for the Sentinel.
foot on his body. Eardrums would be
line if
will call
staved in. and other fearful difficulties with a delightful flavor _

would result -appropriate CorlunchI I ilf su HillliMMilMllilllMltjlShoe
To remedy this the diving: suit was
tea and dinner.
Invented but there is a limit also to I

its depth. At a depth of one mile the xo cents.CRAHAM. ForSaleModern : Repairing NeW York SIe

pressure due to the water alone is 105 Bargain

tons to the square foot Even if a diving by PARCEL POSTt

. suit was devised to withstand this -
enormous pressure trouble would be
8-room : Men's Half Soles, to
7sc 8c
found in petting: a pipe line that long
and withstanding the pressure tint House 2 doors Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c
: Children's Half Soles, SOc to
would not break of Its own weightIn J 750 +
. the case of a submarine boat it of Hand Turned Soles, $I.oll
. west Wy'oming :
is slightly different Here only the Heels Repaired, 25c

strength of the boat is the necessary Hotel. Bar- All work returned in hours. '
thing. But to be strong: the walls have : 24 Beck &
Orders without remittance returned Payne's
to be thickened and this adds to the CRACKERSA gain. : C. 0. D. We pay
weight consequently addin to the return postage.

load to be pulled through: the water food for every day. -H I :
and so at last the limit of the engine

propelling the boat is reached. If a Crisp, tasty and A. L. Bentley |I A. Hanson Cash Grocery
larger engine is procured it itself strengthening. Fresh : ,
East P.ne Street
weighs more larger quarters are need baked and fresh delivered I 19 II
ed for It. etc. So there is a well defined [ ORLANDO FLORIDA

Let limit'us take to a the marine extreme boat's depth diving.of the xo cents. r i STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES[ [

sea solar found that of five miles, and

find the pressure to the square foot on
the bottom. As water is
comparatively '

I incompressible, a cubic foot of it r To THE WEST : A Genuine Bargainin i Nice new stock. White Rose

weighs practically the same on the

? surface as at the bottom of the sea. : VIA i: Real EstateGood
brand Canned Fox River But-
In the case of fresb water this is sixty- goods,

two and a half pounds. Salt water SEMINOLE lIMITED: eight-room house, \

weighs slightly more. So all one has a with connected kitchen ; ter, "Pride" the highest grade butter-

to do to find the pressure due to the Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm twenty acres first class landal
water at any depth is to multiply the Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm I cleared 315 ine. Call and We
bearing investigate.
in feet sixty-two and half
depth by a Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C. L. 9:00 pm
and the answer is apparent at once in Lv Waycross, Ga., A. L..ll:10 pm Orange Trees, in first class

pounds.At Buy biscuit baked by Lv Tipton, Ga. A. C. L____ 1:15 am condition, fine bloom. Land ; meet all cash prices.

a depth of five miles. the cumber I Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am can easily be subdividedinto

of feet being 26,400. we have that, num- NATIONAL Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am five-acre tracts is on
ber of cubic feet to multiply by sixty- Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am ,
two and a half. The answer is 1,050.- BISCUIT Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_. 7:30 am road to Conway, 21.2 11 West Robinson Avenue

000 pounds, or S23 tons to the square COMPANY Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p miles from Court House,
foot No known hollow vessel Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm road on two sides, main
Always look for that name Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
withstand this. road will be bricked this
can Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm 11111,111111111111111111111.,111111111111111111111.ORLANDO .
While on the subject of increasing Ar Cairo, 111., I. C._________11:07 pm year. Has rural delivery,
water pressure a number of interesting Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C..___12<13 am and shool wagon. Sold to
observations can be made in connection
with air compressibility. Air is Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am close and estate. CHEAP '. ".... '., .

very compressible the volume decreas- ATCentralia, Ill., I. C. _____ l:38 am for cash, or very reasonable
ing as the pressure increases. If a bot- NO DElAY fROM lAWYffiS[ IN Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:30 am terms will be made. .

tle is tightly corked it will contain air Ar Champaign, III, I. C.____ 4:29 am
at ordinary pressure of fifteen poundsto fRANK CASE E ISEXPECTEDTwo [ [ Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am LORD & BRADSHAW *

the square inch and that is the Ar Chicago, ILL, I. C._--__1. 7:50 am Exclusive AgentsCltlMIIIHIIMiiiiillMf x

pressure it exerts. Then tie a weightto
Solid'Through Trains-Composed of
the bottle and let It down in the sea Motions, Both of Which Claim observation, compartment, drawing-
by means of a string. On bringing it room, section, sleeping cars, and f-ce i
to the top again It will be found that Reason for a New Trial, reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

the stopper has been forced into the Will Be Argued I and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand
bottle by the water pressure. If the St. Louis. All meals in dining While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or

bottle Is filled with water and stoppered "News" sightseeing automobiles
. Atlanta, Ga., April 20.Argumentson car.For Water & Co.
and let down no such thing takes I itets and Pullman car reservations -: for Lookout Mountain, Point Park, Light
place, showing that water is not compressible two motions which seek to preventthe all on Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary

to any great extentIf execution of Leo M. Frank, con- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Ridge and historical points. For reservations .
by any means some air could be victed of the murder of fourteen- or
placed at the bottom of a sea five miles year-old Mary Phagan, are scheduledto D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, address 910 Market street.

it would rise the for it Atlantic Coast Line 3-3-Apr.
deep not to top. ,
be heard in superior court here Electricity
would be denser-that is. would weigh Orlando.T. .
Wednesday. It is believed that neither -
more to the cubic foot than water- seed
and the water would have to float on the prosecution nor the defense S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone ney Buy&your Abernethy.gardn Just from received Dela-a I.

the air; hence no man knows if, the should seek to have the arguments 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
bottom of our seas is wet or not postponed on Wednesday. Judge B. ; Gas Water Ice

There is only one thing that would H. Hill of the superior court has in- I, -
prevent the air from becoming this 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.
dicated that he was desirous of having -
dense and that is if it was,cold enough
it would liquefy. However it is almost the arguments proceed when theyare Officc--No. 18
impossible. in fact impossible called for Wednesday and that he LATEST STYLESIN Central Ave.

-for anything at the bottom of the sea would be loath to consent to a post-

to be colder than 4 degrees C.. for if It ponement. /

got colder the water around' it would] One of the motions asks the annul-
become colder and larger and conse-
ment of the verdict returned againstthe Telephone No. 6
quently lighter and rise and its place

would be taken by degree water, young factory superintendent on Spring MillineryLaces
which would bring the object to that the grounds that both the defendant

temperature. So we have no argument I and his counsel were absent from the

against the suggestion for the temper court room when the verdict was re- I
ature at or below which air liquefies is and Dress Materials
turned. This is held to have been in
between 100 and 200 degrees below
violation of the ,constitutional rightsof 4Aw
the convicted man. Frank's absence ..II..I.liOII.lell.I..II.II.I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,
to think that a
people seem
stone thrown into the sea can sink was suggested by Judge L. S. USSESHAULM: & DUNN

only to a certain depth and is there Roan, who presided at the trial It I

held suspended on account of the pres- was feared physical violence mightbe ,
sure of water. A body immersed In -. $
inflicted on the defendant in a case Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
fluid is buoyed up only by the weigh r '
of the
of the fluid displaced. We have found acquittal by jury.

that water is practically incompressible The motion asks a new trial on the Patterns !

so if the stone displaces a cubic -- .. .01.IIII.IIIIIII.I'llllle..I.111 Hammond &GoreFUNERAL
foot of water that water weighs the

same or practical so. at the top oat
the ton':w of the sea. So the stone fAULTY DlGfSnlONQuickly DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .

would be buoyed up only by that con ?are$300I
stant force and would be carried down Shatters the Nervous System ti : ,
by Its weight Thus the difference in -Immediate Action Neces- DAILY BETWEEN VALUES LOW PRICES

the forces would be always downward. sary-Use Mi-o-na. BUFFALO 5j -

and the stone would sink to the bot When you feel irritable, tired and h COMPARE
torn. despondent; when you have nervous

In fact if the stone is at all com- twitchings, specks before the eyes,
headaches, ,sour stomach, heartburn, OUR FURNITUREWe
pressible the tendency is for !\i to get
bad taste in the mouth and pains in
heavier per unit' volume as It goes
the colon and bowels-you are suffering -
down for we have the same weight from dyspepsia, which invariably provide the quality furniture that has long

in a smaller space. It will be remem wrecks the nervous system-you been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

bered that this is what happens to the need Mi-o-na at once. THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Imfb standard of merit. If au article i is here it is good.
air if we take It in a rubber bag uDder Mi-o-na to the seat of
goes your It wouldn't be here it
otherwise. We
See feet;I.n.d&Jat. i tod ;510 wter.o..d pulon tetammtittaf 1500 p.rea were can't make
the surface of the sea. The volume trouble and quickly ends stomach cm. Ctmttt U CMt-lgrer la.U pr.p rt gin ncfatr a.H..pouiTmciiti-ihn M7 mi- this point too clear-it is of the foundation
gets less and less consequently weigh misery It urely and safely builds bind nun cfdM raid.; la nmr Jon Utb.Munifkcat one stones
log more and more per unit volume up and strengthens the stomach walls SteuMn"sEE.ANDBEE.Citt of Em"trod"Qy W WUo" of this business, and that means much to any buyer.

and less and glands, quickly improves the digestive and CLEVELAND ,
displacing and less water aDd Daily-BUFFALO -Mar let to Dee tat -
being buoyed up leu and less until at system-the xital force and taft B-LJe .;00 P.). taft ee..Ia& 9-OOP.V.
nerve are restored, then Ae.ae.t.d AmrcBrnfeb 7-MA.lf. MeMLL & DAVIS
last Is energy you 740A.M. BLOCK
a place reached where the air
enjoy perfect health.Do trap..!sh.a.Ia! r .) ,

weighs does the more water volume and it for will volume not rlse.-than not suffer box another day. Get a CooMctiaat gQ..l.Mfor eetnes&dale PaJa8.Toledonea.it..d.11poi.bTem.ed5..thwR u4 CIneIaM are to.d foetrwp.emio..a..oa.e BtiUs.awke1M +. Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Ha.'iI .
cent of Miona Tablets
fifty from ...
Ak roar tick*s*( &far tocUttTMC.AB.LaM. Trio w fee UodMOM StotmuA kwU
Lawrence Hodges in Chicago Record- This
McElroy's Pharmacy treat- J
ment will help you get well and immediate --i- I \
relief is guaranteed. I _____ -


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j THE DAILY DAY' AND NIGHT SESSION ferring to the Tampico incident PARTY WILL RETURN TO AS. toHI.IIIJ II ; III &.ttt.iJo--K+i >>v. HC tl J=
I -' I! Referring to the Lodge preamble, I BURY PARK APRIL 29 .*++++*OIMMmMMKMMMCUimMIIIIMirUIMM .

t South Florida Sentinel (Continued from page 1) j j Senator Shively continued: I II J I

i MOANING AND WEEKLY exercise of what would be police: "This proposed preamble would A party of thirty will leave Or-

JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. power in a foreign power many per-' transform this preamble into a declaration -.. lando the evening of April 29 for

I sons will be killed and it will be pos-' of war. If we are to make a Asbury, N. J. The party came at the Dickson-Ives Co.

"} Entered, u Second at the Class poitoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. Florida sible only to have the satisfaction'that declaration of war, then let us makeit beginning of the season in charge of

he had brought back peace, order I Let us not engage in the snivel- Ira White, and will return under his !
SUBSCRIPTION RATES and liberty to a distracted coun of facts which chaperonage. They will travel in a
Daily, 1 Year ..........................$5.00 j ling citing justify war,
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 try. and then adopt these resolutions. We steel car over the Atlantic Coast
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 After reviewing the Tampico incident \ Line.
I" Daily 1 Month ....................... 50 are in the same breath citing half a
Senator Lodge declared: dozen reasons why war should be declared DEPARTMENTAL STORE
Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 1.00 "There is no doubt in mind that 100 men.
weekly t Month ..................... 75 my with Mexico and declaring it
the incident at Tampico constitutedan our purpose not to do so. Objection to the form of the resolu-

I.. TO ADVERTISERS- : insult to the American flag and "There I can be no question as to tion passed by the house last nightto ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
uniform. No nation can allow suchan endorse the president's plans had
Copy for display and all other hand-et i what the effect of that preamble
adverthiaf matt to handed in at the business incident to pass unnoticed. It is I would be if addressed to prevented action in the senate, which
.. any great
office / the Sentinel sot later than 2 p.
the day before publication.: This rule applies necessary to seek proper atonementand I I power of the world. All the recitations after a spectacular midnight session
U chances for contract advertising; it is a salute to the flag of the offended of the resolves recessed until noon today to take upa
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. I would be idle.
nation. But that salute is a gov- substitute measure reported by its
"There is no effort in this preambleto
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued ernmental action. All party lines I I foreign relations committee.
should notify the office in writing on draw a distinction between those
disappear in making amends for the
the date of expiration otherwise it will be who are to blame and those who are Special Demonstration
<=- continued at the regular subscription rates insult and we will stand behind the Candidates should immediately pay
until notice to top is received. not to blame. It is a declaration of
president's demand for atonement. their assessments to the secretary of
war in the preamble against the en-
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1914. Senator Lodge resented any imputations tire Mexican people," declared Sena- the county Democratic executive com
.1 that the Republicans "were mittee and the clerk of the circuit
tor Shively. "You're thundering in
lacking in regard for the honor court Boith1eServceHollgeBresgeBEGINNING
The senatorial candidates seem to proper the preamble and whispering in the
of the flag."
be running a gum-chewing campaign. text : II
"But we must also think of that NOTICE TO CEMENT CONTRACTORS -
o which the flag covers-the citizens of "While not minimizing the murdersof
Sherman's famous definition of war American citizens in Mexico, I cer-
the United States, he said. "One : ; O WE WILL DEMONSTRATE
not minimize that insult Bids will be received by the City
might be moderninzed to read: "Waris hundred and Americans tainly can
fifty have delivered to our sailors in Tampico. Council up to 2 p. m. April 28th, 1914, [ | "DOUBLE SERVICE HOUSE DRESSES"-THEY ARE
graft"o perished on Mexican soil. I can not, for the construction of certain posts.
in demanding the reparation for the The flag is not a tawdry piece of Plans and specifications can be seen J ; THE MOST PRACTICAL AND USEFUL HOUSE

We have all heard something of insult at overlook these bunting. The uniform of our sailors at the office of City Engineer.E. .
)I Tampico, outrages T DRESSES EVER DESIGNED .
Horatius at the Bridge, but in the ; I can not pass the murders by stands for something, and if an incident CARL JANSEN F. SPERRY, City Clerk., Mayor.
Fourth congressional district we have without saying that 'here is a greater like this can pass without press 4-22-3t

Acosta and the Bridge. wrong to be atoned and a wrong ing demand for reparation there will I

o. which must .be righted. I can not be less security than ever for our citizens -I Try the Sentinel Job DepartmentIIIMMIMMMHMMMM'
k in Mexico. This is
preamble out
> Every little town in Florida has a join in any resolution which puts the
of with the resolution."
.; paper of its own, and it is good to United States in the position of pre- joint (
note this kind of progress. The Cler- ferring one murderer and cutthroat Senator Shively said that senators I

mont Clarion is one of the latest above another murderer and cutthroat who are anxious for war may well T. F. HOURIHAN '?: :
wait until "this resolution is tried as
o 1 1I
The new city hall in Tampa is to "I have no desire to criticise Presi a means of peace." Licensed Plumber and :

have a high ball. Now that is only dent Wilson for his failure to recog- "I want," said Senator Williams, Sanitary Engineer :

just and considerate. The city hall nize Huerta. He no doubt proceededon "this resolution to be so worded that Estimates Furr'shed. Jobbing :

is as much entitled to a high ball as grounds appearing to him as sufficient the world shall know it shall be war 1 Promptly Attended to. : I

the city officials. I condemn as strongly as I on Huerta until either Huerta salutes PHONE 629

o can the methods of treachery and that flag or Huerta becomes an Amer- 106 Court Street

The reunion at Jacksonville begin- bloodshed by which Huerta reachedhis ican prisoner or Huerta were to die."

ning May 6 and continuing through position, but the fact that I con There was a burst of cheering froma ORLANDO, FLORIDA I PATENTED

four days, will witness the greatest demn his methods does not lead me to corner in one of the galleries and 4illmMHIMIIMilMtllliliM

gathering of crowds from beyond the put myself in a position which by the sergeant-at-arms removed about .
No Buttons Hooks
or EyesJUST
,; state at a single event ever held in distortion of the acts which we take
Florida. here or of the words which we utter MMMtmiMIMMMHIIHtllMIMMMtlMIMMUHt :
o here would put me behind Villa. Villa, .
Strange as it may seem the first who began life as a hired assassin, ; ; A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX : THE ENTIRE GARMENT IN PLACE

objection to putting uncrushed oyster and whose pathway has been marked .

... shells on the highways of Duval county with bloodshed, rapine, plunder and THE PALMS AUTO CO : Two Reversable Fronts
has just been raised, but it's a by unnamable crimes which are a disgrace .
to the country in which live. WHICH GIVES DOUBLE SERVICE, BOTH AS TO
; loud howl! that J. M. Barrs puts up. we REO MOTOR CARS :
: He says that a hundred thousand dollars I "It is for that reason that the minority WEAR AND SOIL.

worth of automobile tires each on the committee on foreign I For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a

! year are ruined by this practice. relations has presented the substitute full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof Easy to Launder
for the "
0 preamble to resolution, I
I competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
Joe Hugh Reese for the legislature! said Senator Lodge. "Not one sentence (
11 ; A free lance, able, honorable, honest, can be denied, each is a melan- guaranteed. BECAUSE THE GARMENT OPENS OUT FLAT WITH

fearless, as will be testified to by choly truth." NO BUTTONS OR FRILLS TO BOTHER-AN IMPOR-
; friends and foes; of much experience Senator Shively insisted the true Maxwell 25, $800, Equipped in Orlando : : TANT POINT.

at Tallahassee as a newspaper man; complaint was of acts, not assaults on .. I
\ wise to the ways of those who infest private persons or property, but acts I
the capital to the people's woe, and that had all the evidence of being .I J Double Service House DressesMADE

relentless in pursuit of them! The meant as insults to the United States THE PALMS AUTO CO !

,_ people need him and more of his kind government"It I ON A QUALITY BASIS-EXCELLENT PER-

at Tallahassee.-Dixie. was a plain, deliberate assault FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. : : CALES AND GINGHAMS AND BEST OF WORKMANSHIP. -
: 0 upon our uniform and all our navy ,
Thomas Edison has finished his va- stands for," said Senator Shively, re- ; ; .
cation at Fort Myers and has returned

o to his home in New Jersey. ,MIHIIIMmilHiltHHIMMMMIMIHMMMIIMWE : Easy to Put On and 011

The wizard might have remained ,

long enough to allow the editors to HANDLE PURE fT TT7""F1 OTL : : LIKE A COAT, NO PULLING OVER HEAD OR SLIP- ,

get a peep at him. It seems likelynow ITALIAN .. -l : : PING OUT OF THE SKIRT.

that they will be denied the pres- A trial order of this guaranteed imported Olive Oil will convince you. Call or Phone 20 : :
ence of the other big Tom-the vice-
president-by reason of the war McELROY'S PHARMACY j Made Princess Style

scare; but 'n any event they will have
: our own Tom-Appleyard to cheer Full half pint35c; full quart $1.25. We handle also Pompeian brand 25c half pint. ,.. .,, GIVING GARMENT A NEAT AND TIDY APPEAR-

them up. $1.00 quart. I ANCE, ALSO HAS POCKET
I ,
0 UMillilllMiMlltllMiMHtMttHIHMIMIIIIIiMiMttlMIMtlllllllittl Mf
"' California is determined not to let : Costs No More

,, Florida in at the international expo- II.
sition to be held in San Francisco.
': The following from the Florida Grower .
explains why: "Since the Lancer .. IN THE END, BECAUSE OF THEIR DOUBLE

wrote regarding the exhibition of fruit ,, SERVICE FEATURES.

. at the San Francisco fair, telegrams .
t have been received which show thatit .
Come and See These
will be impossible for Florida to .

exhibit The California people insist Are You Invited .
that the fruit must be examined in

Florida that it must be unloaded into AND HAVE OUR REPRESENTATIVE EXPLAINTHE
.: to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea
a separate building at San Francisco,
gift to hostess is in good taste? If
there to be examined again, and that your so, we are sure

no fruit shall be given away to vis you will be interested in our display of the newest and AND PRACTICAL GARMENTS.We .

itors. The re-inspection would spoil most artistic designs inCUT have decided to place them within the reachof
the appearance of the pack, the refusal -
to allow samples to be distrib- GLASS all and priced them

uted would make of no value to Florida .

growers any demonstration they At $1.00 $1.50 and $2.00 the GarmentWe
There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets ,
might make. The deal appears to be

all off." here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. ( also carry them for children at 50 cents)

',' 0 We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe
The Fort Lauderdale Sentinel was White Silk Crepe de ChineWe
caught napping a few days ago whenit more i

copied a paragraph from the Miami have just received a delivery of a very fine weave
Metropolis to the effect that Frank
Clark wouldn't run for congress of Crepe de chine, in pure white, that is much in demandfor

against Bob Davis, because all the ladies under garments.
4 corporation folks were for Davis.
I; The Metropolis has a bad habit of

printing stuff from its old files, and 36 inches wide (one yard) special ?

; this item was first printed some

eighteen years ago. The Fort Lau- a price . . . . . . . . 60COrlando

derdale paper copied it in good faith.

: The item is interesting, however, by
the JewelerOPPOSITE
reason of comparison with the then

and now. Cot Bob Davis is living ,
quietly in Gainesville, and will never

again seek public office. And Mr. POSTOFFICE'I

Clark has been holding a seat in con fad e Ave1

' ". gress for many years, and has been
charged in turn with being a EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

!f home tionist to roost.Verily the corpora-j I --- aiMMMIMf : ::: :: :: :::: ':::Mtimiititm ::: R'i


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I ROBINSON STARKEY, Managers g deal has just been closed whereby -

Y Must Eat -- o Fred B. Dale and Charles H. Bryant
n t t Candi
J Open9a.m.to10.30P.M. a II come into possession of a choice

Admission 5 cents piece of land located just two miles
east of Orlando on the Central avenue -

EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker.That's DHDQDHD09( HCDBHCDi DO road and near Lake Underhill. The

i TODAY'S PROGRAM property contains forty acres and is N "Get It HI t llen's" N'N'LI

the opinion of an eminent authority, who con the name"GOLD given SEAL"Is our Universal'svery now being prepared to plant to oranges -

eludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- best film production. and grapefruit. Mr. Bryant is

? Today at the Favorite theater will a young man from Boston, and spent
; ; gine.." be shown a two-reel production enti- part> of the winter in Florida investigating -. . -
tled "From Rail Splitter to Presi-
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car dent," and portraying the life of one the citrus industry. After

of our greatest 'presidents, Abraham looking over the leading fruit centersof Ask Your Friends
amels, Taffies, etc. Lincoln. :Mr. Ford, the leading man the state he decided that Orange
in this "gold seal" has
offered the best
county opportunitiesfor
FRESH EVERY DAY. long been famous as the impersonatorof from
Why they buy usthey
Abe Lincoln, as he has made an investments in this industry. Mr.

exhaustive study of Lincoln's life, Fred B. Dale needs no introduction to will tell you, it is

personality and characteristics. the people of Orlando. He has spent
Many of the great battle scenes are
portrayed, including the surrender of seven years in this section and has BecauseWe

KITCHEN General Lee. The story ends with the always been a developer and a booster -
J i close friends of Lincoln learning of for Orlando. The transaction was
his death. This is
an impressive sto- handled through the well known real We have the goods, we have
I ry and should be seen by all, espe- D
state firm'of & Atha.
cially the folks. Cooper
the price and give
home of home-made Candies you
pure The Favorite-2 p. m. to 5 p. m.;

6:30 to 10 p. m. FUNERAL OF M. B. SMITH prompt, courteous and pleasing -
Price always 5 cents to all.

The funeral of Mr. M. B. Smith,
from his residence on Gore avenue
and See
.. DEPARTURE yesterday morning, was largely attended -

the quantities of exquisite
Mrs. Wm. C. Gray leaves tonight flowers further the
I A. D. Arnold, clerk of the San Juan attesting regard
fox Philadelphia, where she will visit felt for him and the keen
I hotel, is spending a few days in Tam sympathyfor Allen & Co.
WADE her sisters before going on to spend his daughter.Dr. ,

THE TUNER pa.Mr. the summer with friends on the Cana Wray held the service at the
Hilliard Atkins arrived yester- dian border. Miss Gray will remaina
ORLANDO, FLA. house, and Mrs. Rafter sang very JewelersPrompt
day from Waynesville, N. C. Mr. At-
few weeks longer with relatives
J beautifully, by request, two of the fa-
kins has interests here and visited '
grove here.No miliar hymns, "Lead, Kindly Light," Repairing.
his uncle, CoL T. J. Watkins,
other family could be as keenly and in Jesus."
Dr. Geo. Porter is the day "Asleep
In Jacksonville.Mr. spending I about five years ago. missed from Orlando by as large a The Masons attended in their regalia Everything Guaranteed.HlMMMMflilMiMtl .

Mrs..T. C. Whitman and Mrs. H. B. number of warm friends as will the and at the cemetery escorted

J. F. Schumann is at Lakeland I i Leake left yesterday for Tampa to Bishop and Mrs. Gray and Miss the hearse to the grave, where they

on a business trip. ;attend the Woman's Missionary Union Emma Gray, for each one of this trio Conducted the Masonic burial service.

Dr. Ed. Drennen continues sick at I i of the, St. Johns Presbytery, which who for so many years have made The pall bearers were Mr. Chas.

his home just south of town. i convened there yesterday. their home here, is deeply beloved. Lord, Mr. Hendricks, Judge Warlow,

Mr. and Mrs. C. Bailey, guests of I I Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Grannisswill Mrs. Gray has been untiring in fur- Mr. Davis, Mr. Hazlett, and Mr. L

the St. Charles, have gone to Tampa. leave today for their home in thering the Bishop's zealous labors, Thornton.ST.. lb. .CD

t Mr. John Carlisle, of Gainesville,I!Waterbury, Conn., to spend the sum- having in addition very full diocesan ...ClO' L

mer. They will return in the fall, and parochial duties of her own, as .- - -.
made a business visit here yesterday.I IJ I CECILIA'S GUILDA -- --- -
and have many friends here who will president of the Woman's Auxiliaryfor litlllll11111
Miss H. T. Paul, proprietress of the
be with welcome for this district of southern Florida,i
ready a warm special meeting of St. Cecilia's
Eola Cottage, leaves tonight for Phil-j
them when they reach Orlando again. and in other ways. Aside from all i
adelphia. I Guild will be held at the Chapter
else, she and Miss Gray have ministered Special Bargains
Those the Summerlin hotel House this
leaving afternoon at four o'clock.
and Mrs.
Mr. F. J. Rogers left yes- constantly to the sick, the
yesterday for their summer homes I All members are urged to be present.
terday Clearwater, after spend- '
lonely, the sad, ever giving sunshine
ing a part of the winter here. were: Miss Howard, of Philadelphia;
and comfort their for Every DayWe
; an-
Mrs. D. A. Irwin, of Washington, D. NOTICETo
Messrs. W. M. Davis and R. L other home a great loss not only to the
C.; Dr. and Mrs. Julius Wing, oi
lIfer left yesterday for Hot Springs,! Cathedral parish, but to out whole: have the leading Grocery store of Orlando. Try
Lake N. Y. Miss Wet-
Chautauqua ;
the members of Cradle Roll department
Ark., where they expect to spend four i iI I town.LADIES'. excellent brands of
I more, Mrs. Chapelle and nurse, Mrs. of the Methodist Sunday our
or more. I Peterson, of New London, Conn. school, please be at the Methodist Tobasco Sauce, Green Seal Salad Dressing, Pepper Sauce,
Mr. Kimball, of Toledo, 0., who has I AID MEETS IN NEW
I Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Griffin church Thursday evening at 3 o'clockto Armstrong's Onion Salad, Imported Cafers, Pickled ,
been ill the
quite at St. Charles ho- CHURCH
leave today for New Smyrna to attend -I have your picture made. Onions '
tel, was yesterday moved to the Datnut Butter, Burnham's Clam Boulion, Sugar ,
the marriage of Mr. Griffin's MRS. H. F. SANDERS, Sec'y.
Church Home and Hospital. !I I I I The Ladies<< Aid of the Methodist Butter, Pitted Prunes.
j i brother, Dr. Wilber A. Griffin, to
church met for the first time in the
Mr._ and Mrs. C. E. Saunders left
Miss Minnie Word WestalL This
last night for New York to spend a II I happy event is to take place in the parlors of the new church, and every

few weeks before going on to Rut Congregational church at New Smyrna one was so glad to be back in the RENT

land, Vermont, for the summer. I' at 5 p. m. tomorrow, after which church again, although the meetingsat

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Stevens and: the bridal couple will leave for a the homes of the members have Eight rooms, bath, hot water; buta

family, of Tampa, have rented a short trip. been very enjoyable, and the Aid ex- step to ,everything; low rent. 308 THE SANITARY GROCERY i

t house on South Lake street and ex- tends thanks and appreciation to West street. 4223tFOR

those who have extended to us their CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
pect to make Orlando their home. AT THE GRAND SALE-Pen of White Orping-
Mr. Robt. Galey and daughter, Miss hospitality.The tons, year old, Kellerstrass strain.
Anna, who have been spending the Today is Civic League day at the meeting, :Monday, was a livelyone 7 for $10. Inquire 207 Palmetto 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street I
Grand and a portion of the receipts and the reports of different com- street. 4-22-3
winter at 6 East South street, left I j for the entire day will go into the
mittees were read, and were good,and
last night for their home at Beaver,I I strong box of the league. Tickets are FOR SALE
Pa. ,being sold on the streets by young la- now new work is being planned. Pure Georgia cane syrup; smoked CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
t dies and every one should do all that Refreshments of ice cream and cake meat, in hams, shoulders and sides
Mr. C. P. Dickenson left last night lies in his power to help along this :were served, the chairmen of the different seed and feed corn; seed peanuts; FUNERAL DESIGNS

1, for Madison, Fla., in response to a worthy movement. committees bing hostesses. field peas, etc. At King's grocery
message announcing the serious illness The Civic League was formed for store, 47 West Church street. "The 1111101111111111111111111111111111111111111111'.'"
the civic betterment of Orlando and Georgia Man," W. E. Powell.
of his mother, Mrs. Nancy Dick
I all citizens called to
loyal are upon MRS. HAMMOND AND MRS. 4-22-3t-eod
enson. aid in any way they can. Today an
Mr. H. E. Hare, state agent for the I excellent opportunity arises for every Your only assurance of future busi-
one to help in a financial way and to
Standard Hartford Insurance ness success is knowledge.
com- enjoy a pleasant hour at the same Mrs. Hammond and Mrs. Sweet-
pany, was in town yesterday callingon time and with the same dime. apple were "at home" to their friends earn.You" must "learn before you can w
his company's local agent, Mr. H. Four good pictures will be shownin
The road to is not
conjunction with special music by yesterday afternoon and between the success an easy
B. Leake. the well known Grand orchestra.Are hours of four and sx many guests one-you must be fitted for the jour- 4r
ney lest you fall by the wayside.
Mr. Jas. A. Knox returned last
called informally, all enjoying a social Strengthen your forces by enlistingthe
night from Savannah, Ga., where he you puzzled to get more busi- chat and a cup of tea. Mrs. Rafter, aid of this successful institution.A .

had been attending a meeting of the ness? If so, try an ad. in the Sentinel a visitor to the city, is a gifted singer diploma from this school insures

southern agents of the New York and added much to the pleasure of your future success.SOUTHERN 1.itEvaJT.

Life Insurance company. the guests by giving several very SCHOOLS OF COMMERCE

,r Eat what you want beautiful solos.Sentinel Successors to
Take the Seaboard sleeper to Jack- Eat all you want. Orlando and St. Petersburg Business

sonville. Leave 8:30 and arrivein Take a postscript and forget it. want advertising Colleges
p. m. serves
For sale by all druggists. DOW
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m. 4-14-tf l-7-d&w-lyr the seeker and the offerer equally.


I pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy o IIIV 04
plants. P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Cas- 'J1o
tle, Fla. 4-21-10

The Lucerne Today Don't wait for every one in town to \

have Entrican, the painter, before
you try. Am too busy to look you
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the USE lJLlQUI I
e job. 1.20-tf

i Eat what want.

"The Reform Candidate," a fine three reel Majestic. Eat all you you want. kJ1f
Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale by all durggists.
the Land ot Cane M. E. R l-7-d&w-lyr =' "" ii=, "..., .:_,
good '
"Through Sugar a : ; :--O: :
tif..i. ::i
Opening of Piano Studio April 15th. I' )
i i
For particulars address Mac Tall- 7fi; ;.
"The Excelsior love ..
Surveyors, a good story man Care Grand Theater, or Phone l

No." 239 from 11 to 12 a. m. A. L. BECK LUMBER CO. \y ,fpi }; ,
Kiln Dried Lumber and Build 7I1 I, '4 r.'
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fug Material. ':;..-t.:1 ':
Thursday---"The Doom Of the Ocean three t ) :
a great Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. y. : :.r.fJN_ .
Good Wood r4 .;' ;:''To'
reel Eclectic. ? 'trr' : ,
.t "t ,> .t':
Better Wood $2 and $2.25 ..... '

Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75


Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents This won't last long, Wood, $1-50 a strand up. Hand's OSTEOPATHY

Stock while you can. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
Balcony: 5 Cents up DR. J. C .HOWELL

Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointment
Orlando Wood Yard I Buy your garden seed from DeLa- I No extra charge for house treatment
ney & Abernethy. Just received a

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

B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor If your paper is not delivered 4
t..IIIII..I.tlllll.IIIII..III.I..II.I..J.... ',, Garden and field seed. DeLaney 3-13-tf& i'!promptly, don't fail to notify the office. .
Abernethy, druggists. |I IZ


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( the Ganiesrille Son) .. An Indiana child-lost inheritance -L'Engle ESSAY i
I a $12,000 ?\
Two big tarpon were caught a few just because it had no birth O ORLANDOASll1N6TONDRAWING O A I
Notices of Lost Wanted Stung-
days ago, says the Miami Herald. certificate, and there was no legal :tent, etc. for this column !
The silver kings weighed more than proof of its identity. SOc> for three days, or 11.00 good little in
:5 words or 1 Money
100 pounds each. Another heir, in order to get a farm the advertisements for this ROOM
insertions will be made on fly in June
that was willed to her, had to prove

It is reported at Winter Haven that the date of her birth. She finally FOR primary-
the Gillette grove near that place has succeeded, but only by proving that An elegant modern time on May

been sold to a gentleman from she was born on the same day that a rooms; two bath rooms

Brooksville for $100,000. high bred calf was born in her father's tricity throughout; man may be all

barn! The calf had a birth certificate 215tf.flowers. 509 East in Congress;

The Arcadia News says there is nota but the girl had none! man may be in

vacant house,in Arcadia. This is a The May Woman's Home Companion FOR De- TLNTIC L COAST T LiNE[

good record and speaks well for the shows that the United States Narsery stock, one,

growth and prosperity of the town. has few and poor laws about the reg- four year old buds; man may be

istration of births. The result is that Pineapple, Java, for the people.

The building in which the Braden- tens of thousands of little babies Apopka i ington Navel., Fla. Address Phone OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.

_ town postoffice is located is to be en- sicken and die who might be saved if some other man

larged considerably. Work on the remodeling they were registered so that medical FOR SALE-Ten

of this building will beginin attention could reach them in their acre in bearing be you'll get

a few days. earliest hours on this earth. for acres gardening cleared; and part of with him. I Tilesdays J Rll SatliflaysFOR J
that Claude
The subject is important and fas- half mile from city

The Florida Yacht club of Jackson- cinating. The author of the Com road. Bargain. a may be;

vile closed an unusually gay season panion article is Julia C. Lathrop, care Box 431 city. that he .will RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON

_< wth the big Easter cotillon, which chief of the children's bureau in the AUTO FOR act for you,
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
was given at the Yacht club in Riverside United States department of labor. 1914 five passenger' is now in Con-
t Thursday evening. paratively new. first this very thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

The Times-Union says: "That the Big bargain if sold at get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.
going North. Inquire
i The plant of the Live Oak canning Alabama-Georgia Syrup company,one 4-19-3t George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .

factory burned to the ground a few of the best known dealers in cane best chance G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.IHIitllltttMiilHIIIHI .

afternoons ago. The plant and stock syrup in the country, will in a few NEW 1400-lb. happened.

: of goods amounted to about $600. The months have a Jacksonville plant, is for HALL other SAFE property.for has been " | IIIMIIIIMMIMMMMtlMMHHIIMMMMMHMIIIMmtCHIMHIt

loss is said to .have been covered by now practically assured. President at DeLaney Drug Co. and fire-test-
insurance.The L B. Whitfield was in the city yes- fights for the

terday looking over a number of details FOR SALE-New .
room house, with _
Florida Association of Under- in connection with the enter- Just off sure thing

writers met in Ocala on Thursday and prise." Good every way.bargain to this race for THE.
Friday of last week. The session Owner, phone 466, city. in the Fourth

closed with a big banquet tendered at Twenty-five years ago when the 4-10-eod-lrao

the Harrington Hall hotel by the insurance ladies went visiting they took their FOR SALE-Black: for one term, Altamonte

men of the Brick City. knitting along. Now they go to the For rent, three room for another

needle club and make center pieces housekeeping; all L'Engle
L Coryell, 201
Seven hundred kingfish were caughtand and- the old man buys his socks a; Orlando, Fla. o I
landed at Anna Maria key by two bits the pair. second

some of the tourists a few days ago. FOR
Altamonte FlaA
I Springs
' This is a phenomenal catch. The In our former war with Mexico, Lots $50 to $100. $1 I

Hobbs Fish company of St. Peters- the Americans were outnumbered in ly, no interest.

burg purchased most of the catch. every battle but the Mexicans were acres Orange land,grove lake,front.200 beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.)

outclassed, and the Americans won 12,000 acres land, 6 Left Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or-
chestra, etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful ,
:; "The 'Varsity Coach," a typical col- every clashPOLITICAL l lando.6 lots$10 and per 3 room acre. has been offered for location in Florida, on high ridge between tw. lovely] lakes; 40

< lege play, was presented Friday nightin --- -- $12,50 month gets I| acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting -
Jacksonville by the senior class of ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR per F. Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve
of good land, im-!j ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
the Duval high school, this being the REPRESENTATIVEI 414d&wlmFOR house (plastered), Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.
annual school play. The parts were I'
; hereby announce my candidacy for icep- RENT OR Sale price
well acted and the play proved quite resentative from Orange county subject to furnished house. $1,200, $500 GEORGE BATES & SON PROPRIETORS
the action of the Democratic primary to beheld of ,
it the
E a success. June 2nd. part by payments of $15'',

street. . .. .IIIII.JI..I..I..tt.O..I..I. ..
Fort Pierce is to have a new bank FOR REPRESENTATIVEI 2 miles oat, unim

building, the contract having already land
I hereby announce my candidacy for Rep- FOUND-Two keys. ; $25 per
been let by the Bank of Fort Pierce esentative from Orange county subject to same by calling at
for the erection of their new home, the herd action June 2nd.of the Democratic primary to be paying for ad. dt of virgin timber, Souvenir Postal Cards

: which will be two stories high. The S. S. GRIFFIN. proposed brick high
1- building complete with vaults will REPRESENTATIVE Orlando, a pair of on SentineL"i 6 acres cleared.
cost $35,000. A contract has also Yielding to what appears to be the desire Green on one side and for $20
per acre,
of leading citizens in almost every precinct You have to buy them whether you wish to
r been let for the erection of a new of Orange county that one of the can other. Return to this are asking $75 to '
- lidates to be nominated for Representative
Presbyterian church in Fort Pierce. in the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe FOR is North and wants or not so why not go where you can find the
from the I
country precincts hereby announce
-- --- -
myself a
Thursday was a red letter day i in candidate.A.. B. NEON.i FOR RENT- for sale cheap. finest quality and largest assortment? If
the history of Clearwater. On th I nished, at South get particulars.
MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC LVSTEUC- streets, very nice lower
ucy the first train over the Tampa & TIONI rooms and bath and have the cheapest we cannot show you twice as many different
Gulf Coast railroad entered that city,, hereby announce myself as a candidate veniences. Address 3-room house in the
for re-election to the office of Member of
bringing 1,000 people from Tampa to Board of Public Instruction Orange County, Lake Davis. in a white section. styles of Orlando view cards as any other
from District No. subject to the coming
swell the already large crowd from primary. Very respectfully FOR RENT-Large,

all over Pinellas. The streets were Zellweod, Fla. WM. EDWARDS. rooms for light property, city or firm in the city, we will give you cards free
beautifully decorated for the occasion modern home, close rent, or have prop

An automobile procession of I FOR hereby SUPERVISOR announce myself Of REGISTRATION as a candidate Main street. see me for good of charge. Make us prove it.

gaily decorated cars nearly two miles for reelection to the office of Supervisor of FOR RENT-Two i
Registration for Orange County sobjeot to
long paraded the business and resi the Democratic primary to be held Jane 2nd, our store at No. 9 W. ESTATE AND
dential streets. After this the crowd 914. Come in and we will W. S. BRANCH, '
went to Pinellas park, where a big EXCHANGE
: '. barbecue and speech making took I hereby announce myself u a candidate TO RENT-6 room Phone 398. The Arcade Book and Music Store
place. That night a carnival and for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the or unfurnished, and
Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. lar per week up,
dance were enjoyed. FRANK GORDON.
housekeeping. 205 W. .
t The Pensacola News says: "Con I announce myself as a candidate for thoffice e FOR RENT-House lit HIMIiiMIMM , IHMIIIIIIIHHIIMtti .
of Sheriff of Orange Cvunty Florida moderate rent to
tracting ptomaine poisoning from eating
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a right party; only 10
a dyed Easter egg, little Lettie native of Orange county. In asking the votes school, church or '
of my fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge Show Here i
Lake street. a Style
: Fortenberry, five years of age, died : the duties of the office without fear
; in agony at the home of her parents, or favor to any man for the upholding of goad
aws and the preservation of peace and WANTED-Ladies to
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Fortenberry order in the county. combings to us. *

near Brent station, yesterday afternoon WILLIAM IL DOUGLASS.FOR them. We will make

within a few hours. Imme I am a candidate COUNTY for COMMISSIONER the office of County Come and see our Every Day in the Year
Commissioner of Orange county from our work. We invite
after the colored
diately eating egg District 2. If elected I promise to serve the you havn't the hair we
the little girl was seized with convulsions people to the best of my ability having re- stock is genuine. We -
tided here number of I qualified
t a years am
and the efforts of a physicianwho to know the needs of the section andthe thing to order. We

was summoned from Pensacolaat people. Respectfully combings.We beg. to announce Home makers will find a visit through our
once to save the child's life were A. a STARBIRD secured the exclusive
; without avail. The colored Apopka, Fla.FOR well-known and
egg was COMMISSIONERelf"elf an interesting treat. We have here the
Hosiery. Drop us a
before it was boiled and it is supposed I hereby announce a candidate for
re-election as Commissioner from District No. pies will be submitted
the poisonous dye permeated 3, -Orange county Florida subject to the spection at your :; delightful of necessities for the furnishing
it. It is said it is possible for a poisonous action of the Democratic primary to be held we handle are the
June 2nd. 1914.
dye to be absorbed by a boiled J. L. DILLARD. NICHOLAS &
land St. modern home.
egg even if the shell is not broken.1 FOR COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
re-election as County Commissioner from
District No. 1 of Orange county subject to

HYdl[ BUY[ the support action will of be the greatly primary appreciated.of June 2nd. Your -We- insure your life We specialize in high-grade furniture at a '

M. 0. OVERSTREET.FOR money on real estate
4 COUNTY COMMISSIONER interest. Guarantee '
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Curry, Building, price. We invite you to come in and
: IN fin MINUTE County Commissioner Orange County I
District Four subject to the action of the,
Democratic primary. Jane 2nd. 1914. I will over the display.
YOU BREATHE IT greatly. appreciate your support -
Yours truly I pay $1.25 per ,
If your head is all stuffed up froma C. J. SWEET. Hall and Porto Rico
cold or catarrh, you suffer with Pine Castle, Fla. plants. J. M.
dull headaches and seem lacking in vitality i FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER tie, Fla.
or are constantly sniffingand I announce myself as a candidate for re
coughing, you need a remedy election to the office of County Commissioner First class Brazing
Orange County District Five, subjectto
that will give the quickest, most effective : the decision of the Democratic primary Warman's Repair
and lasting relief possible- June, hd. 1914. 12-5-tf.
something that will go right. to the Respectfully
spot, clear the head and throat amend Ft Christmas, Fla. E. L. BROWN SEED! SEED!
_t your misery. Garden and field

Surely use Hyomei-all druggists FOR TAX ASSESSOR Abernethy, druggists. I ..
hjt sell it It is just such a remedy, and I hereby announce my candidacy for theof1'ice
of Tax Assessor of Orange subject Rubber
County Stamps & SnowdenIS
is harmless and
entirely pleasant to to the action of the Demooraitc primary Warman's Repair
use-you breathe it-no stomach called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and ,
Y dosing. elected I pledge you my faithful service.
The antiseptic oils of Hyomei mixwith ARTHUR BUTT. HURRYIs

the air you breathe-its health FOR COUNTY TREASURERI often unavoidable,
giving medication immediately reac I hereby announce myself a candidate for you can depend on

y es membrane-you the sore and feel inflamed better in mucous five Treasurer Democratic of primary Orange of County June J.,2nd.H.subject TUCKER.1914.to the dutch over to the LOW PRICE[ FURNITURE[ HOUSE[

minutes. It is practically impossible job printing as quick
t to use Hyomei and not only I be FOR TAX COLLECTORI But we prefer to
relieved. but permanently bnefitted. for re-election hereby announce to the office myself of as Tax a candidate Collectorof time in which to do the E Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida j j i iMMMMIimilMiiltll

McElroy's Pharmacy will refund Orange Couaty subject to the Democratic sible work.
your money if you are not satisfied primary to be held June %nd, 19M. If reelected -
Ask for the outfit I pledge to you my faithful service
complete -$1.00. u I have endeavored to rive in the past Job printing the \,\\\\" '"
size. W. t=. MARTIN at \\ :::::


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: $1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.

' 100 ROOMS J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.
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II *.' Inquire at office lor low weekly and monthiy rates for the
$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.

: J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. Orlando, Fla.

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We Will Put the Reinsof
The extermination of the buffalo : HOME THE MARKETOf

has been much talked of, and steps :

were taken to prevent it when too : Success in Your Owner leaves for the north
late. But what about the extermination I Cleanliness Of
May 5th and has instructedus QualityFRESH
of the herds of bull moose that :
HandsHow to sacrifice the
r. grazed all over the country two years : property.
ago? Elections have indicated their Located on Main street in AND SALT MEATS

disappearance, but we have thought ? By furnishing you with ; high-class neigborhood. Lot FISH AND GAME
they would come back when their 77x225 feet. Nine large

leader called. ; a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ; i rooms and bath, garage nnd Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

But we have a law in Florida that house. The homeis
requires an applicant for registration ; call on you. He will give you a ; servants furnished and Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

-= to state his party affiliations, and ; formula that will make and mature ; surrounded completely with beautiful and pure.
then it comes pretty near requiringhim
to stick to them. For instance, ; your. fruit. shade trees. Owner has occupied We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

if a man registers as a Republican, the property and re everything in the Meat Line.

he must vote in the Republican pri- ceived an income of $too per

mary, and if challenged, he will not month from furnishod rooms

be permitted to vote at all if he does for the past six months. Reas- The PARLOR MARKET

not regular say election that he against did not any vote Repub-in the Tile Soutilerli r f Perlilizer r CO.ORLANDO onable terms if neeessary.

I This is a fine location for a
lican candidate. This provision is rooming house.Cooper H. M. Self & Co.
pretty apt to cause a man to registeras Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA I
a member of the party he intendsto I PINE
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We have before us the registrationof Phone No. 80niiiiinHiiiiiiMiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiinHU
three counties-Duval, Orange and 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
Osceola-and the result is expressed
Phone No. 311
in,the following table:
Duval Orange Osceola Total
Dem. __.9,445 1,552 876 11,873 .MIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMllllllllllllllllllHlltllllllllllllllll ICIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.

Rep ____2,581 258 216 3,055

Ind. _____ 47 31 20 98
Soc. _____ 65 15 7 87 .

Prog. ___ 38 12 16 66
Proh. ___ 5 6 14 25 W.

Total _..12,181 1,874 1,149 15,204 Just arrived car load

these The three Democratic counties amounts registration to near-in FORDS for immediate -

ly one-third of the vote cast in the delivery.Get Goods Arriving DailyWe
entire state for Wilson. The Repub- .

lican registration is rather more than .
two-thirds of Taft's vote in all Flor- yours now

ida, while the Bull Moose registrationis
only about one-seventieth of Roose- F. G. RUSE,

velt's vote. The Socialists and the
Phone 226
Prohibitionists make almost as poora sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

show as the Bull Moosers as com- made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
pared wth their vote in 1912.-Times-
Union.A Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

DOMESTICATED ANIMALIn Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Drj Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

the spring time man becomesone & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

of our most thoroughly domes

ticated animals, observes the editorof
the Cincinnati Times-Star. His

L volcanic spasms of agricultural frenzy -
in a two-by-four garden patch testifies W. M. SLEMONSURANGE

to a survival of an ancient in-

stinct which was born of necessity, AVENUE
in a day when every man had to do .
some gardening for his own self pres- <

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This man with the hoe is still withus
the Lima I I ........".....,
says Daily News, even -- IiP01NiMNI "
in the big city. He is content to blis-

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cheaper if bought in market, but .. . .I.tl..II.

which is still his own. It is the thrill I
Dii't Dixie
of being a producer which stirs him. .I. Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED HOT WATERIn
And if he bores us with his boastof Iiv Orlando, A. C. 1..1:31am 3:13pa I I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm
\ r Jacksonville A. C. L... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pm of the most
accomplishment, his complacent T Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25 pm v Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pn the Summer Time. Hot water is one
recital of skill and T Waycross. A. C. L......11:50 am 10:25pm v Waycross. A. C. L. .............10:20 pm essential features of comfortable home. This is
persistence, we r Macon. G. SA F....... 6:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. & F. .............. 3 MS am a (i o some
must treat him indulgently and with r Atlanta C. of Ga...... 8:03m 1:25 am r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:12 am emphasized most strongly in the Summer time be- b complete
r Knoxville L. & N. .............12:19pm ithout
compassion. We can never know r Chattanooga. W. & A..12:18am 11:55am r Corbin L. A N. ................ 3:16 11m cause don't want to heat the kitchen up by one
when the same instinct for dirt grub- r Nashville N. C. 4 St. L 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville. L. & N. .............. 9:00pm you
bing and kitchen will seize Ar St Louis. L c.&I."N. Z:50 pm 10 am r Indianapolis. L. ............ 1:50 am keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequentlymost
tracking Ar Lexington L. & N. ............
&:50 all Summer and
pm homes have to without it i
upon us. Ar Hopkinsville, L. A: N........... 6:27 pm Ar Cmeinanti. L. & N. ............. 8:50 pm go
Ar Evansville, L. A N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo G. R. A: L ..........1%:20 pm have it only in limited quantity in the Winter. 1
CAN Ar Terre Haute C. A: E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids. G. R. t L ....... Z:45 pm
.. YOU AFFORD Ar Chicago C. A E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 7:15am "GET A RUUD" -
To spend your valuable time asking
your neighbors and friends to look I I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Solid train composed of section drawing and you have plenty of steaming hot water any time .ti
up a house or rooms for you when Solid train composed of electric lighted '
room sleeping ears observation compartment want it and at small cost by simply
you can get the most information and ears and dining ear, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping ear and coaches you a very
valuable selections from the columnsof Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and turning on the faucet. T
ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville
Louisville ana Indianapolis;
the Morning Sentinel? DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
Solid train carrying electric lighted com Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANY
If you are not a subscriber to the artment section observation sleepers and eleetlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
ighted drawing-room sleepers. First- .
Sentinel, why not start today. You lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear Gas Department
I enres meal a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
will eventually take it. Only costs

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Washington, April 21.-(Special.) ;
: h1WJt -Leaders in social work from all'

t parts of the country will gather here 1
tomorrow for the third international
wrr congress on the welfare of the child.t I

The sessions last until April 27th,

next Monday, and are expected to develop -
many striking and interesting .::::::.......:::.
discussions.The .

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO congress is held under the auspices -I .

of the National Congress of
1. CAPITAL $ 50000.01 Mothers and Parent Teacher associa- 1

2. SURPLUS $ 35,000.00 tions. .

Judge Ben B. Lindsey of Denver,
3. DEPOSITS $949,436.00
.is preparing the most comprehensive
1. The capital of the State Bank of Or- address of his career on the subjectof :' A MISTAKE{] ,

lando is owned by 20 stockholders, all responsible I juvenile courts and probation departments -
and interested in the for delivery at the con-
financially Was made in our published statement which

= business advancement of our city. gress.Judge Lindsey has been placed.up- stated that 90 per cent of our stock was owned

2. The 35000.00 surplus has been on the program of the congress for : by Orlando residents.
Monday, April 27th, at the morning,
earned from its business; it is profits set
session. The section of the
{ aside security for those who entrust their program I
as from Friday afternoon, April 24th, to ]ITS CORRECTION( i iIt

business to this bank. the last day, the following Monday,,I
3. The extent which business men, also the was program made public.was The recently first partof an- should have read 99 per cent, for this is correct

farmers, men, women, children, find the nounced. this being a purely HOME" institution.
and attention of this Parents' in :
courteous responsibility training
: security Do bank with us? If not begin today !
bank's service helpful advantageous, is children for self support, home mak- ". l. you

reflected in the totals of our deposits, $949- ing, and good citizenship is the gen- .
i eral subject for consideration at the :=
436.00.COMMISSIONER ;; : It is a pleasure to serve you.
afternoon session of the congress Fri "

day, April 24th. Prof. E. A. Kirk- .. r
patrick, of Fitchburg, Mass., will ... ..'
;, :. :
speak on the financial training of -., .. .',' ".'':,:.' ,.... ..', ,',.'
children. Former United States Sen-
ator Fred T. Dubois, of Idaho, also : :...' .
a= ..: : ., ':.>...
will make an address at this session. '. .- ,
' -------- I The chief scout executive, of the
MAY TAKE CASE he believed his contention to the effect -
Boy Scouts of America, James E.
I" that, under the law, the commis- .
West, of New York, also is to speakat
soiners not required to advertise
i are
this session on "Training for Good!
before purchasing material which will Q
Tampa, Fla., April 21.-Following be laid by themselves and for which Citizenship." The evening meeting : M j D
his return from Dade City, Attorney I i is to be devoted to a reception by the 1 1W: .
work no contract is to be let, is correct -
, A. G. Turner who has been engaged national officers, followed by a ban-,
i and that he will take steps immediately -
to represent the commissioners of Pi- quet at the Raleigh. |

nellas county made public his conten-i to appeal the case to the I ..' ..... .-,,-. > ,...> ..-..: .. .... .. .. .. .. r
tions in his efforts to get the injunction -]I I state supreme court. JOHN M. CHENEY PRESIDENT OF j : :> <:': : (. ,, ... '. :. .. > >: > ./..-

}. recently issued against the commissioners -i I" MENDELSSOHN CLUB i CAUGHT RECORD FISH IX !
dissolved, and which effort -
I' SPRING LAKE At largely attended meeting of ATTY. GEN. WEST WILL SPEAK : States will be held at Washington, Mary Louise Stewart Bagdad, Fla.,
was refused by Circuit Judge F. M. a I
UNVEILINGI D. C. 30, 1914, and the following of Dr. Gome.
Robles fate Thursday night. The injunction -t!I the Mendelssohn club last night the AT GORRIE i ii on April great-granddaughter
t i has been
was seared by Attorney i| A fishing party composed of following officers for the ensuing;I Apalachicola, Fla., April 21.-The the program committee and the arrangedby senatorsand
Howard P. Macfarlane, representing':Messrs. George C. Keller, Ralph Year- year were unanimously elected: Gorrie state commission, composed of Work has begun on the new school
Clearwater citizens, and prevented Ii.II.by and Henry Yowell went out to :Mr. J. M. Cheney, president; Mrs. Edna I i i George W. Dayton, chairman; Thomas -! representatives of the state :it building for Wildwood. When com-
i the purchase or use of 513,000 brick Keller's place yesterday to take a Fuller, first vice-president; Mrs.',:. F. West, member, and George G.j Washington: pleted it will have cost about $15,000.
contracted for by Commissioner S.. s.1 I look at his fine orange grove near Mather Smith, second vice-president;'I Whiteside, secretary, have completed : Presentation by Hon. Geo. W. Day-

Coachman. Mr. Macfarlane's conten-I''I Altamonte and while there decided to W. S. Branch, Jr., treasurer; Miss arrangements for the unveiling of the ton, chairman. Work will begin about the first of

tion in arguing for an try their hand at fishing in the lake Alta Wright, corresponding secretary. statue in the hall of fame, Washington : Address by Hon. Thomas F. West,] next month on the new postoffice
T the supposed fact that the law requires -I nearby. This they did, and in a short Directors, F. H. Williams, Ralph D. C., of Dr. John Gorrie, in1ventor attorney general, state of Florida, building to be erected at Daytona
all purchases of material of''time had landed one of the largest Yearby, Mrs. W. S. Branch, Mrs. Ben'i. of the process of artificial re- r'member of commission. Beach.

over $300 to be advertised, whereasthe e'i fresh water trouts ever seen in Or- Buxton, Mrs. L M. Cook. frigeration, and representing Flori- Acceptance by Hon. Emmett Wil-
sum of $10,260 was paid for the I lando. The fish was displayed at the I da's contribution to the United States.'son, M. C.Addresses. Ray Selden, of Daytona Beach, is +
brick by the Pinellas commissioners,I Elks club last night. Up to date painting, papering, etc., The formal ceremonies relative toI I by other members of the considering plans for a sixteen-room
and no advertising done. is the kind you want. Where to get I[the unveiling of the statue and pre Florida delegation. ; apartment house, which he will erect
it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
( Mr.: Turner stated yesterday that Read the advertisements daily. Entrican. 120tfJust sentation of same to the United Unveiling of the statue by Miss this summer.

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