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 23, 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: UF00079945:00021
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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

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J. T. Dale Is Added to List of Or- TIAL DASH
In Preliminary Report Sleuth Sa'sThaJ Says That Huerta Represents Mexican -

WANT J 10 BE f FIRST FROM FLORIDA lando Men Who Hare Received Convicted Man Had No People and Act Was Offenseto R[ HUffiTA Will DECIARt[ WAR

Grand Lodge Honors S STAG[ BEING SIT fOR GREAT G [ [EVENT Part In It I Entire Republic


i AT WHICH THE VOTE WAS Orlando is being honored by the Atlanta, Ga., April 22.-(Special.) El Paso, Tex., April 22.-(Special.) ADMINISTRATION IS DISTURBEDBY

fraternal orders of the state with DAUGHTERS AND SONS OF VETERANS -In a preliminary report today Detective -In a message to President Wilson INFORMATION THAT DICTATOR

"%, UNANIMOUS FOR OFFER TO grand lodge offices this year to a degree WILL HAVE IMPORTANT Burns branded the negro, Conley filed at 7GO:: tonight, Carranza ex- CONSPIRED' WITH HIS

BE MADE THE PRESIDENT AT not hitherto recorded. Every PART IN EXERCISES as the murderer of Mary Pha- pressed the opinion that the actionof CABINET TO INSULT FLAG

ONCE i grand; lodge that has met has bestowed gan, and declared that Frank had no the American fleet in landing marines AT TAMI'ICO

i some of the highest honors IX HONOR OF CONFEDI part in it.Judge at V. t Cruz was not justified, .

, St Augustine. Fla., April 22.-At upon Orlando men, the latest to ERATE HEROES Hill continued until May 1 notwithst" .j J it was done in reprisal -
I ceive such recognition being Mr. J.re-I I Washington, April 22.-Special.)
':y a meeting held Monday night Com- the hearing on the motion w set aside of thi action of one man, Huer
-Whether harm has befallen
Dale, who was elected at Lakeland as the verdict in the Frank trial the ta.
G, First infantry National Jacksonville, Fla., April 22.-With on
: pany of the Odd Fellows O'Shaughnessy, Shanklin and other
; Guard of Florida, voluntarily and grand patron the near approach of May 6, interestin plea of Solicitor Dorsey that he was Huerta, he says represents the
Americans in Mexico is unknown
the held '
at grand encampment
.; unanimously tendered their servics to the twenty-fourth annual reunionof not prepared to begin arguments on Mexican people and therefore the act here
there this week. The other officers tonight.
_: the country for service in the event ; the United Confederate Veterans' this motion. of seizing the Mexican port was a'
follow: Nothing has been heard from the
of war with Mexico and further requested association and Sons of Confederate injustice to the people of the republie. -
f John Eck, Jacksonville, grand high Mexican capital in over 48 hours.
t i- that their company be the< i Veterans, centers around the three .
priest.J. I r PUNISHED[ AI S SCHOOL H lllTIl[ GIRL Secretary Bryan tonight made an-
first accepted from the state of Flor A. Sharrah senior parades, one each day of the reunion. Aside from this expression over the nouncement that his
Tampa, grand department was
ida. The official communication and It! has been definitely decided that the
I Vera Cruz action the
warden. !AN! AWAY FROM H HOME message was without news. The secretary declared -
tender of services was addressed to first parade will be that of the maids couched in dignified and friendly
W. P. Pillans, Lakeland, grand junior that he had not given hopeof
I I up
the governor of Florida and to the and sponsors, and it will be given on terms throughout.

s president of the United States and warden. the afternoon of May 6th. !i I hearing from O'Shaughnessy.
"'- S. C. McConnell, Tampa, grand Stella Bradley Found in Basement of I I,I No reference was made to any pos- Numerous messages dispatched to
;; was at once conveyed to Adjutanc tscribe. This parade will be confined to automobiles sibility of the constitutionalists
joining -
General Foster. Methodist Church After Gen- Mexico City during the day remained
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and all
C. D. Rinehart, Jacksonville, grand I I I sponsors with the Huerta forces to fight unanswered. Rumors that
i Having received the petition for and maids of honor will be ad- eral Alarm Was Given against the United States. O'Shaughnessy -
. service from G, the adju treasurer.; his "wife and Shanklin had en-
Company mitted to it. The Jacksonville Re-
C. 1.. Kolk, grand inside sentinel. I
countered violence at the hands of en-
the followng
'" tant general today union association has decided that, if
W. T. Bradentown Because she was punished at school
notice commending the local com. Hollinger, grand I possible, the parade of maids and raged Mexicans were revived.
yesterday little Stella Bradley, who TWO OTHER CANDIDATES[ MAKL E
I outer sentinel. With the city of Vera Cruz in the
known the Ancient City
pany, as I sponsors will be the finest spectacleof lives with her mother at the home of !
hands of American forces this
r Guards: the kind ever seen in the SouthernStates. her uncle and READY f OR R JUNE PRIMARY gov-
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. ernment is for
waiting tonight Huerta
i State Arsenal, St. Augustine, Apri The route will be several -
21. From the Adjutant General, SEPTIC[ TANKS FOR f R SEWAGE S [ miles long and passes through the away B. Awde and, had 205 half Magnolia the town street alarmed, ran Information to indicate what he intends to do

Florid DISPOSAL p NEAR MrlfTmN N principal residence and business sections and searching for her last night. Mrs. : Messrs. .\. B. Nekton' and S. S. came to the that presidentfrom
a private source Huerta
To Officer G
Commanding Company of the city.
M. E. Bradley, the mother, is from Griffin File Their Credentials has taken to declare

.:. First Infantry, N. G. F.Subject The parade of the second day, May I Gordonsville, Va., and has been spend With the Clerk against the United steps States. Whetherthis war
: Tender of service. 7 will be of the Sons of Confederate
) Interesting Construction Work Being i ing the winter in Orlando. is true can not be determined at
1. Receipt at this office is ac
Veterans and local
Viewed by Many Citizens Before military organi The child was missed from the homein this time because of inability to hold
of communication read While J. H.
knowledged a I zations. It is the for Reese, candidate for
present plan the afternoon when she failed to communication with Mexico
Pipes Are Connected City.
ing as follows: representative from Orange county,
the Sons to march on foot, and the
return and
I investigation discovered The administration
"We, the undersigned members o f parade will take in the business sec was the first candidate to qualifywith ; is seriously disturbed ::
that she had been
visiting for a timeat by the information from a reliable -
Company G, First infantry National The septic tanks constructed afterthe tions of the city. the county committee and the
.' Guard of Florida, hereby volunteerfor plans of the Imhoff the home of Mr. Swick, a butcher,,' clerk of the court, the others who an source that Huerta conspiredwith
system On the morning of May 8, the lastday who lives on South street. It waslearned certain members of his cabinetto
service in Mexico if called upon seeking the same honor were not far
sewage disposal are nearing completion of the reunion, the annual paradeof that she left the Swick home insult the flag: at Tampico for the
by the governor of the state of Florida behind him.
which is to say in brief that
the the Confederate Veterans will( be about 6:30. A short time after thishour purpose of bringing on war. The information
and the president of the United entire work is nearly finished. As Mr. S. S. Griffin was at the clerk'
a held. Jacksonville labors under disadvantage
a the sexton of the Methodist is to the effect that Huerta
States and take this opportunity of matter of fact three of the four office early yesterday with his oath
in staging this parade thatno church went to the building to prepare timed his acts so that he could have
signifying our earnest desire of being tanks have been and check book ready to the
practically completed other reunion city has ever encountered it for the prayer meeting, when put up taken intiiative last Monday, the day
the first company chosen from Flor and the fourth is It assessment, and in the afternoon
nearly so. that of horses. necessary
J securing he discovered the girl lying on a the German vessel was expected to
ida. should be explained that there Mr. A. B. Newton came i in
are I There are very few available horses bench. He was alarmd at the find arrive at Vera Cruz, carrying ammu-
Signed by yourself and the thirty- really four tanks, though two of them from Winter Garden, and presentedhis
l I in Jacksonville, and as a result it has and jumped to the conclusion that the nition, rifles and two hundred ma-
eight officers and enlisted men whoit were put in the same excavation credentials in due form and after
been decided make the
: to parade a child was dead. He left the church chine guns for his army. One hun-
is understood were in attendancelast South street, thus the the manner prescribed by law.
giving public combination between horses, automobiles and went to the pastor's home and dred of these guns were to have been
night at the regular weekly drill the impression that there So far the candidates
of are only and foot marching. The local notified Dr. J. E. Wray that he had for representative placed in the streets of Vera Cruz to
your company. three tanks. The other is at DeLaney association believes that it will be are the only ones to qualify,
found a dead child in the church. The command the water front where the
.. ,. .
2. No call has been made the
upon street, and the one upon which works though it is likely that the entire list
possible for tne commanders ana two returned to the church American marines
I I i to find were to land.
state of for and it is
Florida troops
being pushed is located will be before
now near their staff officers to be provided with I that the child had disappeared. The qualified many days. The present plans of the administration
trusted that necessity for such a call
will not arise, but the department Lake Ivanhoe off Orange avenue. I mounts, but it is going to be a difficult alarm spread rapidly, and searchers In the case of county candidates it are to give Huerta time to

preciates very highly the action ap-of Contractor Hamilton Johnson was matter to secure a sufficient went out over the city, the theaters is required that all shall be qualified yield. If he doesn't, then Tampico

and the patriotic mo- engaged yesterday in lowering the number even for that. However, a being hunted through diligntly, and twenty days prior to the primary.The will be taken. Next Progresso will
tives which company prompted its members to concrete hopper bottoms into the ex- united effort is being made to secure all other places that it seemed likely primary takes place June 2. ThusMay be occupied. One by one, three of the

renew at this time the obligation as- cavation. There are eight of these all the mounts possible in Jacksonville that the lost child might be. 12 will be the time limit for candidates most important points on the east

sumed at enlistment, and to bottoms to go in, and five of them and nearby towns in Florida and Shortly before ten o'clock, Mr. W. to get in the race. coast, Mazatlan, Acapulco and Salina

their willingness and desire to express meet have been placed. They weigh about south Georgia. E. Gore, accompanied by a number of Cruz, also will be taken in the effortto

the of National twenty tons each, and the business of Arrangements for theseparades are Boy Scouts, went through the base- force Huerta to his knees.

Guardsmen.J.responsibilities. lowering them is a job requiring being worked out rapidly by special ment of the Methodist church again, PARK COMMISSIONERS[ ARE[ N NOT I

CLIFFORD R. FOSTER. great care and time. An idea of howa committees. Maj. S. C. Harrison is for it had been visited earlier in the FOREIGNERS RELYING UPON

person grows in experience and chairman of the committee that will evening, and discovered the child LIKELY Y 10 RETIRE[ PROMISES OF HUERTA

FAMOUS COMPANY WANTS TO how it happens that experience is the have charge of the Sons of Veterans' there. She' was taken to the Awde

ENLIST best teacher and why it is. that an parade. He is being assisted by the home, and the anxiety of her mother

experienced man is more efficient local camp of Sons of Veterans, of and other relativs relieved. When Some Misunderstanding in the Actionof Mexico City, via Galveston (cen-

Wilmington, N. C., April 22.-The than one who is not may be gained which Judge John W. Dodge is com- asked why she had run away she replied Council in Fixing Termsof sored dispatch), April 22.-(Special.)

Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry in the fact that it took eight days for i iMr. mander. Adjt. Gen. N. B. Forrest, of simply, "I don't know." Service -All is quiet here today. Thousands
which has served in every war ., Johnson to get the first hopper 1 the National Sons of Veterans, is here marched through the streets last

in which the United States has been bottom into the tank, but now he is i I giving much of his attention tothese BASEBALL RESULTS night and until a late hour this morn-

engaged since its organization in 1793, putting them in at the rate of two a .arrangements. Some misunderstanding was occasioned ing, singing the national hymn, cheer-

e today offered Gov. Craig its servicesif day. It is slow work at best. Thee I Dr. W. M. Stinson is chairman of National League by the action of the city council ing for Huerta and crying, "Death to

I needed in the Mexican conflict. Th contractor was forced to contrive ai j jthe committee on entertainment of Philadelphia 3, Boston 1. in fixing the terms of service of the Yankees. The demonstration was

company is not now a part of the Na system of his own for doing this i i I maids and sponsors and has been Chicago 3, Cincinnati 4. the park commissioners at one, two orderly for the most part and no at-
tional Guard. work. and three and Mr. tempt was made to destroy the
There was no precedent to go I II ( working on plans for some time with Brooklyn-New York; wet grounds. years prop-
I by, so far as he knew, the conditions i iI | a corps of assistants. He will organize Three games only scheduled. Beeman for the one year term, Mrs. I erty of Americans or that of other
t- THE VICE-PRESIDENT PASSES under 1 Whitman for the two term, and foreigners. Huerta is his
I which the work was done being :' the entire program of the maids American League year keeping
THROUGH ORLANDO the Mr. Giles for the three term. promise to protect the lives and
controlling factor. While all :j and sponsors entertainment features Cleveland 0, Chicago 7. year prop-

'Vice-President and Mrs. Marshall of the tanks are of the same dimensions ;j and promises to give the visiting St. Louis 2, Detroit 4. The fact of the matter is that the erty of foreigners to the best of his

were expcted to pass through Orlando 102x19, and all were built from :ladies the best possible reception in Boston 9, Philadelphia 9. Eight innings terms of the park 'commissioners had ability and foreigners who are re

this morning on the 3 o'clock train, one drawing, the physical conditions's' Jacksonville. ; called by agreement not been previously fixed, and it was maining .are relying upon his good

; on their way to the meeting of th '' presented in the construction of each I'I Gen. John L Inglis, commander o:f New York 1, Washington 2. deemed wise to have the commissionso faith.

Florida Press association to be held were to some extent different. The'Orange i! the Florida division, U. C. V., is, under Federal League composed that the service of all

at Fort Myers. The vicepresident'svisit avenue tank has given the I the rules of the United ConfedI Pittsburg 6, Buffalo 9. the members would not expire at the TAFT DOES NOT WANT WARe

in Florida will be shorter than builders:,, more anxiety, perhaps, than; I I I erate Veterans' association, chief'marshal Baltimore 9, Brooklyn 8. same time, hence the occasion of th WITH MEXICO

was expected,, because- of. the Mexicansituation. any of the others, probably due to its; '' of the veterans' parade, with I I St. Louis 5, Chicago 4. ordinance. In naming the commis-

,_ i nearness to the lake, and consequent'i ; '. Gen. W. H. Sebring, chief aide. Gen.. Kansas City 4, Indianapolis 3. sioners for the long and short termsit New York, April 22.-Former Pres-

h i, water trouble. j Inglis wants a parade in which the : Southern League was not intended to show any pref ident Taft expressed hope that there

i NEWSPAPER MEN LEAVE FOR The tanks will be finished in about; !older veterans will occupy automo Nashville 4, Memphis 3. erence or discrimination. Speakingof would be no war when informed of

SCENE OF ACTIVITIES three weeks, a short time after it i is i j'biles and carriages, with commanderE Chattanooga 2, Atlanta 1. this yesterday, Mayor Sperry said: the latest news from Mexico last

San Francisco;' April 22.-Flood calculated that the other portion of E I. as many of their staffs as possible Birmingham 10, Montgomery 6. "The city commissioners do not antic night.

tide at 8:15 a. m. was sailing time today the sewerage system is turned oven i on horseback. The veterans' pa New Orleans 8, Mobile 2. ipate that there will be any changein "Once you get into a war," Mr.

for the,cruiser South Dakota and to the city. I J rade is being worked out along thes .South Atlantic League the personnel of the park commis Taft said, "you never know where

the collier Jupiter, both bound for> The laying of the storm sewer oas n lines. Macon 5, Jacksonville 3. sioners so long as we are in office. you will come out of it. I don't mean

San Diego to receive orders thereto Orange south was begun yesterday, Augusta 2, Charleston 0. The same commissioners who fixedthe in regard to winning, but with re-
destination in Mexican w iand Considerable progress was made. THE WEATHERs Savannah 4-4, Columbia 3-1. terms of office will have the appointment spect to responsibilities that may

ters.They It is a matter of only a few Florida: Fair Thursday, excep I of the park commissioners, have to be assumed. When we beganthe

carried about 800 marines and, until the system will be complete in unsettled in northwest. Friday, faire : 1 I Latest music, latest books, fine sta-, and I am sure the present park commissioners war with Spain who would have
the South Dakota had a flock of newspaper toto, and the work of connecting th in central and south I will be that
showers in north tionery. Curtis & O'Neal, next post- reappointed if theycan thought we would have come outf
$ men. pipes will begin. porition. i office. Come and see us. I be induced to serve again." i ? it with the Philippines?"


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we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business oily on the basis of Today"The

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

are all right, then why not put us to the test.
: Mystery oi the Talking Wire," an Edison drama, jj

This Way the third in the series of The Chronicles of Cleek. A detective ; ;

j, story that is better and more interesting than the ; ;J

Sherlock Holmes' tales
' Your doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your

case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have "Caught With the Goods, a two reel Vitagraph drama, {

saved the trouble of going to your doctor again. exceptionally interesting and well done.

: NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut "Dawn and Twilight," an Essanay drama that is up to \

| the usual high standard .

we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof

high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas I' ,

your doctor wrote it.Don't. Music by "That" Orchestra

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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
:. For Economy and Purchase Power -
" and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate k fir. ; x ""

,Ii 1. -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take d! of your money, "Try Wright's"
i these timely'suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug businessPeople 4 Farm.Is .

", of town mail their orders-we postage.
who live out may us pay
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Door tOe Store. Orlando, Florida. 40 Acres under fence, 200 good or

WRIGHT ange trees, two story house, barn, .

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PINE CASTLE ITEMS being given by Mr. and Mrs. Carr, I Mrs. D. Porter Corwin leaves tonight R ,

I with Miss Bertha M. Foster at the on the midnight train, after -==r bargain sale.
Pine Castle, Fla., April 22.-Dr. S. grand piano. Mr. Carr announced as spending the winter at Eola Cotttage,
W. Reed has had as visitors this weekJ. a basso cantant and a former mem- for Washington and the Catskill

B. Stinespring, of Sandford, Tenn., ber of the Metropolitan opera com- mountains, before returning to her
and T. Marshall, of Cleveland, pany, seemed in good voice and fine: home in Pittsburg.
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humor and Arthur
Tenn. '""''"iiiitiiiiiiHittiMmiJitMtiiiMiiaitittMtMMMMiiOrlando .
_ Mr. Earl Butler, of Charleston, W. song cycle arranged from Tennyson'sMaud SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Va., who has spent the winter at the i and a number of songs and

r Lake View Inn,. left Wednesday for ballads. Mrs. Carr, soprano, sang Bank & Trust Go
The Orland Hotel company wish to
two of. light and pleasing
his home. groups
announce to the patrons of the Orland
Mr. J. W. Matchett, who has been songs. Both singers were given a cafe and all others who may be inter-
ill, is improving. hearty welcome and were enthusias- ested that on and after April 25th, Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

Mrs. E. L. Sphaler entered Dr. C. tically encored during the evening.TimesUnion .- until further notice, that the cafe will
be for business from 6
open a. m. un.
D. Christ's hospital Tuesday as a patient of Wednesday.Try til midnight, and a special menu will RESOURCESReal

be in force from 8 p. m. until 12 p. m.,'' Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37
consisting of special and dishes
: Mr. G. W. McKay and family and the Sentinel Job Department and ice creams and cakes fancy, sajads, etc. Loans and Discounts ... . . . 378,166.14

: a party of friends from Orlando en- Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
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Conway Tuesday.The M1 IMMHMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMMHIIIimillMMIMtSewing Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02 '
Christian Workers of the

" Union Chapel gave a strawberry fes- 901906.09
tival Saturday evening. Time
Mrs. Mary F. Huxtable, of Conway,
organized a W. C. T. U. here Sunday Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

afternoon. Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None
Pine Castle is busily engaged in I IS NOW J Bills payable . :. . . . . . None
the shipping of sweet potato sprouts.
t Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72 4
Everybody is busy. :
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fuller will ti HERE Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
i. move into their new home this week.
E. D. M. Perkins made a business a' J 901906.09
trip to Jacksonville this week. I I

Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and fam- MACHINE : Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . ...$649,484.91
ily, of Orlando, spent Sunday with .
: Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
_ Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Sunday.
; ), Dr. C. E. Filbert was called to r in the city is just humming, and woman in townis : lZlOUo,81
every Increase in 37 days .. . .. . .
': : Haines City this wek to the home of getting herself and her family into the prettiest cloth-
Mr. Chas. she : Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38 ,
Tyner. ing imagineable, as quickly as can.
The Pine Castle Seconds played the ... I I Deposits April nth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72Increase "

beat Orlando them.boys The Saturday Orlando afternoon nine was and How About Your Machine? : in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34 I

composed of Messrs. Braddock, Dann, : I Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
B. Anderson, Claude, Adams, Cook, Is it doing your work as you would like to have it? or The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
Lobian, Doyser, and Sellers. The is it running hard, dropping the needles, etc., if this : to their
I Trust Co. desire to their appreciation
Messrs. B. is had better COME IN AND SEE the FREE
Pine Castle nine were so you
: friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
Etty, F. Wolf, L. Scott, Mr. Sullivan, MACHINE, the finest .sewing machine made today. The sible.
J. Padgett, W. Livengood, R. Harris, FREE is the most wonderful machine that was ever made :I
F. Preston, and D. Hansel. i It is far superior to the "old line" machines that have not I ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
the newest improvements of the FREE. I MMMMtHilliMtlMUIIHllilllllillllllllliillllllllMIHMI
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In Parochial hall last night an audience -
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composed of music lovers gath : ; i THREAD CONTROL, etc., as well as the RO- : Johns River Steamers
ered to hear Forrest Dabney Carr : ; TARY SPOOL PIN, SELF THREADING SHUTTLE, Until further notice the steamers Osteopathic Physician OPTICAL REPAIRING
f and other late improvements makes the FREE first :
and Mrs. Carr in a song recital, given of this line will leave Sanford at
= under the auspices of the Ladies' Fri- : [ choice of all who have investigated-Come in and try 11:30 o'clock a. m. 132 Orange Avenue
Musicale of Jacksonville. Mr. : :; ; the FREE before deciding.
!: day : ---N. M. TUPPER, Supt.J. Next door to People's Bank, x
and Mrs. Carr are residents of Orlan- : .
; B. CALDER, Agent
do and very well and pleasantly I I! THE FREE SEWING MACHINE CO Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914. up-stairs. Acute and chronic
: fi diseases treatedTelephone
known in the state, but this was their
first professionally in : C. HUGH DAVIDS If you want your bicycle fixed in
appearance Mgr. a hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578, DR. L H. RAMSDELL
''p Jacksonville, and the occasion brought : Shop. 12-5-tf.

out a number of people who badI I Yowell-Dackworlh Department Store. | in thy by'advertising OPTOMETRIST
heard of them through friends and Sentinel want advertising shortens, money purse (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liilni)
_+ acquaintances. The evening was : cheapens and simplifies any real est in the Sentinel.

pleasantly spent, the entire program, I " " ""t t j tate "senm* taIk.. Sentinel "wants" fill your want' *. ORLANDO FLORIDAHow i

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WINTER PARK H. A. GRANT HELD IN RICHMOND I ment and making false entries; on the' 6 4 R4/49Fird . ..
VA. books of the local firm.-Times-Union

Winter Park, Fla., April 21.- of 22nd.
the That Are Gone It
Days May
Have Been Due to Eye Strain. Messrs. Kellogg and Mansfild and Sheriff W. H. Dowling left yesterday HSprill alit

j It seems that at last genius Is discovered Mr. Mansfield's younger son returned I for Richmond, Va., following a PLANTS-PLANTS-PLANTS llillill r

\ not to be allied to insanity but from from a fishing trip down near communication from authorities of

t that rather all its eccentricities are due Sarasota last week and report a very that city to the effect that H. A. I pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy

-_, to eye strain. delightful experience. In a little less Grant, formerly secretary and treasurer Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato
plants. P. M. Pine Cas- Our
Shanibarger, new line for the Springand
Brain fcpedalkts. for instance, are asserting than four hours they caught over one of the Ingram-Graham-Grant tle, Fla. 4-21-10t

that If Carlyle bad bad properly hundred kingfish averaging seven company, had been arrested there. Summer season of 1914 is

" adjusted glasses and good: electric pounds, the largest weighing twenty- Grant is charged with embezzle Read the advertisements dailr.O."O""I.t''I"'il..ea. now complete. Never in the his.

light to work by Instead of a skylight four pounds, and all with hooks and tory of our business have we

over his desk and that illumined by a lines.A '
.. ttt'.IIIa..II.I".II.tr- been able to show such a line of
r London fog .much of the time be game of baseball between Rollins f
l would not hare been such a grumblerand college and the town team was played Shoe Repairing new and timely goods for Easter "

dyspeptic. In fact eye strain" was last Thursday afternoon,resulting in a ForjialeModern I ; selling. Our line of Dress

the cause of all his: eccentricities.All Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery
4 to 3 victory for the town team. by PARCEL POSTMen's
geniuses. lu fact would bare 1
I Ready-to-Wear goods and
been science if Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ward's little -
optimistic bays now.
they had only had bifocal glasses at son, Eugene, is improving nicely after notions is complete-the styles
8-room : Half Soles, 7Se to 8Se are varied enough to suit
the right time. Tbe same nnnormal undergoing an operation at the Orlando -
eyesight I is given as1 the cause of many sanitarium.A House 2 doors Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c I the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with

tragic paintings. That famous artist fair sized crowd met at Hocker : | Children's Half Soles, $0c to 75e I every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the

Turner would never have painted the of Hand Turned Soles : Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
Memorial last Friday night in a bun- | west Wyoming '
glare ship in a storm but would rather dle social. Each person was askedto \ Heels Repaired, $1'0"1 : the 1st until the 12th of April I at 15 to 25 per cent XI

have depicted artists tbe peaceful paint when landscapesthat their bring some article worth at least I Hotel. Bar- : i All work returned in 24 I cheaper than the regular prices. .
so many Orders without remittance returned X : We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
25 cents and these i
eyes are properly fitted with glasses. were passed
C. 0. D. We
gain. pay : line if will
Wagner too. It he had worn the correct around until each person found some- : return postage. you our you call on us. +

spectacles and bad had that decide thing that wanted.
was Literally a I
I mmmimmm m m im t f*
ed tilt to one eye remedied, probably "
"swapping bee. The admission
would never have written about Wale A. Hanson
charged at the door for the ben- \ A. L Bentley I
, kyrle and dragons but would have was I
efit of the public school 19 East Pine Street fR Ne York
i. written pleasant dances and even I t W Bargain tore
ragtime instead. Rev. C. E. Enlow, as pastor, Mr. ( ORLANDO FLORIDA

Darwin also was another victim of Geo. S. and Mrs.C. .
Deming, as delegate,
t f- eye strain. Doubtless he would never E. Enlow, representing the Ladies''' 11111111.111'.II.I.IIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIII. ..! a. .
r have the world his of
given to theory
Society, were sent by the church to
t evolution which stirred society up If 81111011.111111..1.1. . .
the Florida and the Southeast Confer-
his had been normal.
t De eyes Quincey suffered from bad eye*. ence of Congregation Churches, at THE WEST : : A Genuine Bargain .41i di fM?.i' FIIeck . .
Surely he would never have taken St Petersburg, the 21st to 23rd, in- !

" .i opium If be had had glasses. But clusive. This includes the states of: VIASEMINOLE i in Real EstateGood 1

then on the other hand the world South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and & '
would have missed his opium dreams. I Payne's
eight-room house
Alabama, and Cuba. [ lIMITED : ,
And. after all is consIdered. scientists
C President and Mrs. W F. Blackman aLv M with connected kitchen I
conclude could better
society dispense and Rev. N. M. Pratt are also Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm | twenty acres first class land
geniuses.- I Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm : al cleared I'
in attendance, having gone a few daysin Lv, JacksonvilleFla.A.C.L 9:00 315 bearing Cash
pm I ILv Grocery
r advance. President Blackman Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 pm : Orange Trees, in first class j

t COOK WITHOUT FIRE. served as toastmaster at the supper Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am I condition, fine bloom. Land
F Tuesday evening, and Rev. Enlow Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am can easily be subdividedinto
t New Zealand Maoris Their read "The New Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am : five-acre tracts is
a paper on Evangelism" on
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am I j
p r t Food In Nature's Kitchens. this afternoon.Mr. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of'Ga._ 7:30 am road to Conway, 2 1.2 STAPLE & f FANCY GROCERIES

I The Maoris of northern New Zealand C. H. Ward is out again aftera Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 p miles from Court House,

enjoy cooked food to a far ;gre-it-; week's lay-off with "grip" and com- Ar Birmingham,Ala. C. of G.12:05 pm road on two sides, main
er extent than other natives, but they Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm road
plications.In I will be bricked this
never bother with tire. They build Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm Nice new stock. White Rose
t.., their huts on the edge of some "friend- order to avoid friction with some Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C,_________11:07 pm year. Has rural delivery, :
ly" geyser where they may cook in of the colleges of the state and bring Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am and shool wagon. Sold to brand

nature's kitchen. The methods of this amateur athletics to its proper posi- Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am close and estate. CHEAPfor Canned goods, Fox River But-

primitive people living in so strangea tion, Rollins is planning to omit inter- cash or reasonable :
neighborhood are described by lax Ar Centralia, 111.,I. C. _____ 1:38 am very
Herz in "New Zealand." collegiate games of baseball the com- Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:30 am terms will be made. : ter, "Pride" the highest grade butter-

ing year. This will disappoint some Ar Champaign, 111., I. C.____ 4:29 am
On which superstition would LORD & BRADSHAW
associate a spot with death and the devil the professional players who aspire to be Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am ; ne. Call and investigate. We
Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am Exclusive Agents :
\ huts of about 200 Maoris lie scatteredthe students(?) in our colleges, but is a .

remnant of the once warlike tribe commendable move to develop ama- Solid Through Trains-Composed of "OtO IIIIIIIIIG'II'1 : meet all cash prices.
of Tuhourangi. It Is lucky that these observation,
teur athletics by a standard of non- compartment, drawingroom -
simple folk need no kitchen for nature section, sleeping cars, &ud f-ee
has built for them the best of all esty.The reclining chair cars, between Jackson- LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
cooking appliances and saved them little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand 11 West Robinson Avenue
endless trouble with the stove gas Daetwiler is convalescing from a pro- St. Louis. All meals in dining I While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"of

company or coal merchantA tracted siege of fever. car.For I "News" sightseeing automobilesfor

pond of boiling water lies in the The Fortnightly club met with Irs. t nets and Pullman car reservations Lookout Mountain, Point Park, t'IIIII 1'5111'IIC
middle of the settlement In this the all on I Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary II'J II'OII'III'III"IICI"D'"
Twitchell Monday evening, the paperof W. R. O'NEAL
Maori woman puts her water,kettle to City Agent, Ridge and historical points. For res- '
the evening being presented by or
boil or hangs-the wide meshed flax
ervations address Market .
D. W. WHITE, Ticket 910 street.33Apr.23
bag filled with potatoes and waits until Mrs. Ferguson, dean of women at Rol- Depot Agent, I tlllllllIIIIIIII"llltllll'II

they are cooked. True, the potatoes lins, on the subject of emigration.Mr. Atlantic Coast Line, i 'III'llllllllllllllllt

cooked in their skins taste a little of C. H.. Ward and family, Mr Orlando.T. i

sulphur but that U the right flavor fora Denny, Miss Sherwood, Mr. H. A. S. I Buy your garden seed from DeLa- Saturday SpecialsPattern
Maori palate-the baut gout for the Abernethy, auto livery, phone & Abernethy. Just received a '
Ward Mrs. Guffin, and the Misses ney
brown gourmetFor 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf I II big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
the cooking of meats the fuma- Guffin, went over to Daytona Beach I

roles. ,or holes through which steam today for several days outing. Mr. Hats Sold at Cost

escapes from the ground are used. A C. Fred Ward and family will go over i . .

box with a wooden grating for a bot- later for a short outing on the beach.
ton Is placed on the ground over the I Voiles and at
Rollins college students held a field Ginghams 15c per yard
hole. In this the Maori woman places
the meat, well covered with tin or iron meet on the campus Monday after-

pots. An old sugar bag is then spread noon under the direction of the director -

ti over the box and the crude apparatus of the gymnasium, Mr. R. W. From 7:30: to 9:30: p, m.

is left until the imprisoned steam has Greene. In the following events are ORLANDO

ti completely cooked the jointA some of the records:

Famous Lampoon.It Putting the Shot- i MISSES IIAMILTON & DUNN I '

Prang __________________29 ft. 9 in. :
Is banded down in tradition that
the caustic comment "he never says a Sherman "_______________27 ft. 9 in. :

foolish thing nor ever does a wise one" Hill ____________________26 ft. 10 in. : Water & Light Co. : Agents for Barclay Corsets :
was Mitten in Whitehall on the cham- Discus Throwing- J

ber door of King Charles IL The wit Sherman _________________92 ft 3 in. : McCall's Patterns

who created the lampoon seems never Thoren __________________80 ft. 1 in. &
to have felt it quite prudent to establish HMMt'M. ItllilllllllllllltitCHIIIIIiOlilMlTLouisville
his Prang ___________________78 ft. 7 in.
but Is
authorship there excellent _
reason to accord it to John 100-yard Dash- j ElectricityGas

Wilmot earl of Rochester. The text Froemke, first.

of the inscription is: Prang, second.Hutchinson .

Here lies our sovereign lord the king third. i ) Nashville R.
Whose word no man relies on. Water Ice R.
He never says a foolish thing Standing Jump- i

Nor ever does a wise ope. Sherman -_____-___________9 ft 6 in.

-New York Sun. Klemra --_________________9 ft 0 in ::

and Months. Holmes ________________8 ft 5 1.2 in. Office---No. 18 West Central Ave!! i'I'N'.l 1

Although the provision "D. V." has Running.Jump- . . .
never figured on.railway time tables a Thoren _______________16 ft 71.2 in. 1

close examination of Bradshaw reveals Sherman _____________16 ft. 7 in. The Attractive Way to 1

a trace of strong religious feel Klemm _______________16 ft. 21.2 in. CINCINNATI CHICAGO LOUISVILLE
ing. On the cover the months are referred High Jump- Telephone No. 6 LEXINGTON ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS 3
to by their numerals" 1st mo. Sherman -________________5 ft. 6 in. DAYTON PITTSBURGBUFFALO KNOXVILLE
for January.d:! mo. for February
and so on. Bradshaw as a Quaker objected Pole Vault- COLUMBUS BIRMINGHAM J-

to taking the names of the Sherman and Prang tied8 ft. 8 in. I CLEVELAND GRAND RAPIDS PENSACOLA

months from heathen emperors and 440-yard Run- I' DETROIT NASHVILLEEVANSVILLE MOBILE t

deities and this prejudice has been Sherman ____________________1 min. .. ] TOLEDO NEW ORLEANS
perpetuated since the first issue of the
time table in'1S41.-London Answers. Half Mile Run- .. . . . . . j All Points North-Northwest-Southwest
Sherman ______________2 min. 31 sec.
: Three Solid Through Trains, Daily
Half mile relay won by Hutchin-
Fatal Mistake. son's team. South Atlantic Limited, Lye Jacksonville .8:15 P. M.
Some in a mining town a
years ago:
man was found dead in his hotel room Rev. Dr. J. G. Merrill, pastor at Dixie Flyer, Lye Jacksonville . . . 8:25 P. M.

hanged to a bedpost by his suspend Lake Helen, stopped off for most ofa + Idre3Q9i I Montgomery Route Express LYe. Jacksonville 8:05 P. M.

ers. The jury of miners brought in the day on his way to St. Petersburgto DAILY BETWEEN Three Daily Trains to Mobile and New Orleans, Lye.I .

following verdict at the coroner's In- attend the state conference of Con- BUFFALO I Jacksonville 8:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m., and 8:00 a. m.
quest: "Deceased to his death by
came All
gregational churches. flEVELAND electric lighted trains with through steel draw.
coming home full and mistaking himself
for his! pants.-Argonaut. ing-room sleepers, free reclining chairs and modern high-

Have you read the advertisements back seat coaches.L. .

The Fireside Diplomat today? If not, you may have over- .. &. N. Dining Cars-No Better Dining car service. :

.\ -I don't want to be nagging at you," looked an important opportunity. Fast Time-Rock Ballast-No Dust.
Mrs. Marryat began "but it's the little, Each advertisement in this "
H. C.
things that bother me most""AhT *
per is a direct appeal to some one. It THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
interrupted her husband sweet. West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
means profit to the one who answersas Lttjtk 500 led bt t ly. "I suppose you're going to tell me richer 226od.2m
_Gmetaincva-luaerie.n proparbeo* m.n.-at.-cL.a tmjvatcn w..a fie
you haven't a decent pair of ihoes.- well as to the one who inserts it iIIIa of thavorld. la KTTK*JOM Utk

Philadelphia Press. Your opportunity may be in this very tUfrficent Steamer"'SEEANDBEE.Cit7 of Eri."ud"Gty of Buffalo" I

issue. If not today, perhaps tomor- Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND -MaJlat to Dee..htt.
.. .. If are not a subscriber to the Who is your painter and decorator?
Flora of the Balkans row. Look and see. If you do not T Bm&I '-00 P.M. L APe C>*tl 4 WO P.M. you
Ann.ck .La1. 7.30A.M. AixmBo&lo 7JOA.M.EuunSiudiniTiBc If you are satisfied keep the one
The Balkans. In the Sentinel, why not start today. You
some respects know it already, you will soon find ( ) have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
most repulsive region of Europe. is out that the advertisements are very CoBMCtiai U OtvcUad far Ptt-b-Bn. ToWo Detroit o4*0 point*V_MM!WSnwrt.Bflro will eventually take it. Only costs No. 636. 1-20-tf
ticket reading betweea BmffiU ud aerelaad are good for tnuportatioaJ.ek ..r tteuten.
focally one of the In Bulgaria
interesting reading, apart from their artickct.{..fur tkk.u.is C.&B.live. 'I'riIe.tat lundm fflnitnttd booU free. 10 cents a week and is delivered at
especially it Is possible to wander value in other ways. THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, Cl.T.U.d, O. your home before breakfast with the Sentinel want advertising serves .
literally through miles of roses.
For the news, read The Sentinel very latest news. the seeker and the offerer equally. I

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1 t THE DAILY BOOSTER TRIP TO MIAMI GAINS city, who shall have the charge, care
BASEOAftTALkTAKSWITH[ [ IN POPULAR FAVOR and management of all the City
Sentinel I Parks, subject nevertheless to the ultimate -
I South Florida
CLUTCH THAT 1 STICKS I supervision and control of the
if MORNING AND WEEKLY I Ii The Board of Trade committee in City Council
?p JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. i II II I charge of the booster trip by automobile Section 2. The City Council may
1 I from time to time appropriate suchmone.s Dickson-Ives Co.
----- to Miami fixed 18
-- to start May
in Favor
Sentiment of Organizing .a as to it may seem desirable,
t Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florid was busy yesterday in giving out information -
; u Second Class Mail Matter. Home TeaM and Keeping Pro to be expended under the supervisionof
' : fessionals Strictly Out I in regard to the proposed the said Park Commission, sub-
||I SUBSCRIPTION RATES routes, and answering questions in ject, as aforesaid, to the oversightand
K Daily, 1 Year ..........................$5.00 control of the City Council.
Daily, 6 Months ....................... 2.50 Since the Board of Trade appointeda general relating to the outing as it Section 3. The said Park Commission -
ra ...................... 1.25ft'
j Months
Daily been Mr. John
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 committee to take up the matter of has planned. Cook, I shall report quartely to the City
summer baseball there has been con-: the pilot of the party, will lay three Council on the first days of July, October DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STORE R[
f. Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 ) routes before the party after it has January and April, and shall -
f Weekly. 6 Montha ..................... 75 siderable street corner and office talk especially in such reports account for
about it, though there has been no: been fully made up, and the majority all moneys which may have been appropriated
l TO ADVERTISERS: meeting of the commttee. I choice will rule. Mr. Cook has made to their use. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
Section 4. The members of the said
the trip between Orlando and Miamiso
The of the sentiment is for
gist a
, Copy 'If display and all other handsetadvertising Commission shall for the term
't must be handed in at the busmen much that he could probably drive
home team professionals or
, dice *f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. IlLt of three years each, one of whom
: the day before publication. This rule applies semi-professionals barred out, this being it in the dark. Mr. Cook is personally shall be appointed by the City Council -
l' t- chances: for contract advertising; it Is done by the adoption of a rule or in favor of the route which will. at its first meeting in January of
if. inrariable and win be strictly adhered to. resolution at the beginning of the series give the 'Ilongest stretch of coast I each year; but until January, 1915,
the City Council shall elect three
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued prohibiting the employment of, view, which is by way of Daytona.He sons, one of whom shall serve until per-
;, the date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be any players whatever, and that all is now in correspondence with certain the first meeting in January, 1915, Special Demonstration
continued at the regular subscription rates teams belonging to. the bush league parties on the way to learn the one other until the same meeting in
until notice to stop is received. 1916, and the third until the same
I condition of the roads and this
the be may
proposed shall abide ruling or
meeting in 1917, and thereafter appointments -
THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1911.x ruled outOrlando I I have considerable weight in choos- shall be made annually as
has had some experience ing the routes. Mr. Cook counts on aforesaid.
f with professional ball, and those who :,two days and a half of running tim Adopted April 21st, 1914.E. Bofflule ServcoHollseBreos!
.t The candidates qualifying thecampaign
are ; F. SPERRY, Mayor.
{ is on. footed the expense bill can testify to to cover the 350 miles. Mr. M. 0. \ttest: : II

o the cost of it. It is argued by many II II Overstreet added his car yesterday to CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.
that the employment of players destroys the list already published of those
I: Poll tax is due. Back up your registration I BEGINNING O WE WILL DEMONSTRATE
the local pride and interest in booked for the trip. NOTICE TO CEMENT CONTRACTORS ,
J by paying up.
. the teams, and that much more real SERVICE HOUSE DRESSES THEY ARE
sport may be extracted from a seriesof Bids will be received by the City
I We are not much concerned about games between home teams of the OF COUNTY BOOKSMr. Council up to 2 p. m. April 28th, 1914,
t O'Shaughnessy. He is Irish, and will I nearby towns with a team made up of for the construction of certain posts. DRESSES EVER DESIGNED .
come out on top of the heap; or we Walter McGriff, auditor of Plans and specifications can be seen
Orlando Orange county boys.
at the office of City Engineer.E. .
J miss our guess. the county accounts, who has been at
Several persons were discussing F. SPERRY, Mayor.
0 : possibilities of a home team yesterday work the last week installing the new CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. I 11 as ff
;; The prospect for summer baseball and the following line-up was system of bookkeeping for the county 42231IIIIMMIHIIIIIMMMMM
is good; keep pushing the agitation. ; suggested: will probably finish his labors to- ?

We can't depend upon Huerta to furnish I Billie Beardall, catcher, Frank i I day. Part of Mr. McGriff's work hs /L HA
it all the fun. Windham been to check over the accounts for
Smith and Jim pitchers; I c
0 Earl Gore or Roy Crabb, Ib; Frank the past few months since the instal- T. F. HOURIHAN |

U; Andrew Carnegie says that wart Towns, 2b; Porter, ss; Clyde Pound, lation of the new system was orderedin I' .1 !

should be impossible between the 3b; Charlie Bennett, Farris Keller,I by the comptroller by authority of Licensed Plumber and

Ft. United States and'her sister repub- Edwin Beeman and Hoyle Pounds, legislative act. Sanitary Engineer

lics. True, but it isn't. possible outfielders.This Estimates Furnished. 'obbing

-o- is an all-home team, and it is AN ORDINANCE RELATIVE TO Promptly Attended to.
The Tampa Tribune and both the ESTABLISHING A PARKCOMMISSION PHONE 629
The should have
a good one. boys
:1 Jacksonville papers are running to some incentive to play besides the.I 106 Court Street

hysterical red in conveying the war fun and exercise of it, and some plan I'Be it ordained by the City Council of I f PATENTED''
news. Does look pretty. might be arrived at to allow them a the City of Orlando: ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Section 1. That there shall be established -
-0- percentage of the gate receipts after a Park Commission, consist- 4-:1-lm

I The Pensacola Journal reminds us expenses were paid. ing of three persons, residents of this HMtllMllllillMIIIIMMIIMilimMMiMttmMimMMMMMMftMlltttMtt No Buttons Hooks or EyesJUST
all that Alton B. Parker began his Orlando has a lot of enthusiasticfans -

speech at Baltimore with "I am a and they are looking forward to I I t TWO LARGE STRAPS ON THE BELT HOLD
r progressive Democrat." Enough. rather dull unless diversion
a summer some -
.t of this kind is provided. I
County division is being made an
"If we have some baseball here this
t issue in the campaign for state senator summer I believe the merchants will I THE PALMS AUTO COREO Two Reversable Fronts
1 from Alachua The candidates
be induced to close for a Thursdayhalf
i are being brought out on the holiday, but otherwise don't be- MOTOR CARS WHICH GIVES DOUBLE SERVICE, BOTH AS TO

subject. lieve they will. I should like to see WEAR AND SOIL.

0 baseball for this reason along with For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a

1 I Lakeland has been entertaining the others. It would be a great thing for full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force II'f" Easy to Launder
Odd Fellows this week, and will give Orlando people, and I am sure they
1- the vice-president breakfast this would support an all home team I of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
'f morning. He's no odd fellow, but heartily and liberally," said Arthur guaranteed.
1 Butt yesterday. This opinion seemsto "
R 0 be general. Maxwell 25, $800, Equipped in Orlando POINT.

1. It isn't worth while to look up in

& the encyclopedia the courtesy between The Masons at Callahan are plan-
Double Service House DressesMADE
i nations in regard to saluting ning to erect a new temple. It will
I the flags. Huerta didn't do it, and be remembered their building was recently THE PALMS AUTO CO
5 he's got to answer to your Uncle burned. The new building will QUALITY

}=!1.' Sam'l.) be either a two or three story brick FULLER; FOX, Proprietors. CALES AND GINGHAMS AND BEST OF WORKMAN

bi structure, modernly designed and well I SHIP.
Chic Acosta has left the congres suited to the needs of that order.
,' sional race in the fourth for Washington .
f to back that St. Johns to Put On and Off
bring Easy
1.1.,'.1111..11111..1..111.,1 . ..
f' river bridge. If Chic doesn't get the t'

J bridge what will he have to say to WE HANDLE PURE QTI'.7iCIT : LIKE A COAT, NO PULLING OVER HEAD OR SLIPPING
his constituents? .., #
j 0 A trial order of this guaranteed imported Olive Oil will convince you. Call or Phone 20 :
I The editors meet in Fort Myers today -
| and will have Vice-President McELROY'S PHARMACY Made Princess Style

1 Marshall as their guest. The V. P.i .
i- passed through Orlando at 3 o'clockof Full half pint35c; full quart $1.25. We handle also Pompeian brand 25c half pint. :
the morning, and consequently $1.00 quart. ANCE, ALSO HAS POCKET
missed seeing the best town in Flor
,I '
:t ida. 0 Costs No More

1: A judge in Miami who has just THAN ORDINARY HOUSE DRESSES, BUT CHEAPER -
been in the federal court on a serious
\ charge refuses to give up his court IN THE ,

room to allow federal court to be held SERVICE FEATURES.

vF in Miami; hence the court can not be

t i. feels held. about All right it if that's the way he Come and See These

, John P. Stokes .in citing the shortcomings
t a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea
t Wilson, says that he has spoken but MANY ADVANTAGES OF THESE UNIQUE
twice in congress-once for ten mini gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure
utes and again for twenty minutes. you will be interested in our display of the newest and I -

f Gpod for Wilson! The person who most artistic designs inCUT I We have decided to place them within the reachof
goes to congress thinking that it is acongressman's
job to make speeches all and priced them
has a mistaken idea of the duties.

o At $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 the GarmentWe
t Capt. D. H. Baker, of Sumter county There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets

i is a candidate against Glenn Ter- here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. also carry them for children at 50 cents)
rell for the senatorship of that district -
i. We are sure you can never find anything that would
1 Capt. Baker is a veteran in White Silk Crepe de ChineWe

j politics and has represented his district be more acceptable.T.H.Evans.

in the senate before. Mr. Ter- have just received a delivery of a very fine weave
I rell has been in the lower house for .
in white that is much in demandfor
two terms, and is a man of character of Crepe de chine, pure ,

J and ability. It will be an interestingrace. ladies under garments.


The weekly edition of the Sentinel, 36 inches wide (one yard) special

t' which is printed today, will contain I
1 the delinquent tax list. This is the price . . . . . . . 60e

'. first issue of publcation and it will be

continued weekly until June. The list
the Jeweler
is smaller this year than usual, and

while this does not operate to the advantage ,

., of the newspaper we are .
pleased to observe that this is true OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE ..

. because the people have paid up theirl ran e Aye. OFIllO n
taxes better this year than has been ,
'\ the custom. It indicates a more pros EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

condition and this is
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You n Must t Eat t CallY n J i'ifIill !*i I w, -ROBINSON Open-Admission 9 a.& STARKEY m. to10:30P.M 5 cents Managers. i I a i

1M GDc I! 0D G J D ODQ] Q
-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker.
TODAY'S PROGRAM "Get It 1 t Allen's"Ask
That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con- j BUYS AND SELLS Xestor. "Western Hearts." One-
I reel drama. The sheriff has reasonto
eludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an engine REAL ESTATE become jealous of his deputy, his
rival before he married Nell. The
deputy is' trying to shield Nell's fllt _
brother, a cattle rustler. The sheriff
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car- tears the badge from his deputy.
600 acres south ofVin- When he discovers the truth he repents Your Friends
amels, Taffies, etc. his action. A good Western
ter Garden and west of

FRESH EVERY DAY. Gotha, including 10 acre play.Nestor.. "Fires of Conscience." A \Vhy they buy from usthey
one-reel drama. This story is of two
orange grove. The en- men who meet in the desert. Oneis will tell you, it is
searching for gold, the other solace
: tire tract covered 'with for an unrequited love. Although

timber. Two they are unknown to each other both BecauseWe
; yellow pine
it BUTT'S KNOY KITCHEN t tThe love the same girl. How one finally
i miles of lake shore. sacrifices his life for his rival makesa

423imMiMIMMMMIMMMMII picture.very pathetic and interesting story I have the goods, we have D

Victor. "Irene, the Onion Eater's the price and give you
home of pure home-made Candies ,Daughter." A roaring burlesque.
prompt, courteous and pleas-

Orange AvenueMHMIIMMmilllMMMMIIIIiHIMMMIHilllltlt 'JACKSONVILLE ing service.
Mr. J. H. Sadler, one of the fore- BOY WITNESSED
citizens of Oakland TAKING OF VERA CRUZ
most spent several -
hours in the city yesterday. Come and See
Ralph E. Smith, Jr., son of Dr.

Ralph E. Smith, the well known phy- ,
I Mr. A. B. Newton, candidate for:
I Mr. J. Nixon Butt was in Orlando the hands sician of Jacksonville, who has beenin
legislature, was shaking :
J yesterday shaking hands with his with his Orlando friends yesterday. Mexico City for the past six Allen & Co. ,

WADE many friends while looking after bus- months, is now in Vera Cruz and yesterday -

THE TUNER iness for the Gulf Refining company. Mrs. Mattie B. Davis left for Wash- witnessed the fighting betweenthe Jewelers {
ORLANDO, FLA.T. Dr. and Mrs. Barger and their son jngton last night to beith her American marines and the Mexicans ,

and Mr. and Miss incident to the taking of that
daughter Mobley daughter, Miss Gayle Davis, throughher Prompt Repairing. a
Mildred, leave tomorrow for the graduation.U. seaport.
North, the former going to New York Dr. Smith last night received a ca-
R. Cadenas is in Palatka look Everything Guaranteed.Special .
ing after business interests. and the latter to Sidney, Ohio. Dur- D. C. MEMORIAL SERVICE blegram from his son stating that he 1
I ing their sojourn here they made would leave Vera Cruz for the United
Mr. Sam K. Selig, of New York, .
many friends who hope to see'them States as soon as he could get away.
is the late arrivals at the San Sunday 3 P. M., April 26th, Lucerne ,
among I again in the fall The cablegram was a brief one and,, .
Juan. Theater of course, did not tell anything of the< 1j j
Mrs. W. Rosedale and Mrs. 0. L. 1
Mrs. Barltett left which resulted when the
Henry yesterday fighting ,
for Nettleton Miss. to the |Derbyshire, who have been visiting Memorial service will be held In Mexicans contested the advance of the
spend j
with Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Curry, left the b. .CD
Lucerne theater Sunday after- American marines. Mr. Smith how- .
t summer. yesterday for Tampa, where they will \=o=
26th at 3 Contribu-
noon April ,
!' p m. said that he safe and would
Mrs. Earl Gore is visiting her par- take the boat for Mobile en route to ever, was J
ents in Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.I their home in New York state. They tions of flowers are solicited. Please come north with the rest of the American 111.1111111111111111111111111111111111.1111111111.. i iI
have them at the Lucerne theater at the char- I ji
refugees on transports
Bothamley. were accompanied as far as Tampaby I
Messrs. George and Floyd B. Morse,'j Mrs. Curry, who will visit in Ar- 3 o'clock. Any one with autos or tered for that purpose by the United
I carriages, who will donate the use of
of Athens, Pa., left yesterday for cadia before returning home. States government. i Bargains 1
their home. same for conveying flowers and peo- Mr. Smith has been visiting his

ple to cemetery after service will uncle, Carl Smith, who is a businessman
Mr. T. J. O'Hara, large land The hospitality committee of the
a please communicate with Mrs. M. 0.
of Mexico been : j
City, having a DayWe
Rosalind club announce a card party Every
owner in this section, returned to his Overstreet or Mrs. S. G. Dolive.
resident of Mexico for the past twen-
this afternoon o'clock.
at 3
home in,Jacksonville yesterday. I' Committees on arrangements are
ty years. : have the leading Grocery store of Orlando. Try
Mr. E. N. Lewis who has been as follows
a :
Prior the of the
I "THE DOOM OF THE OCEAN" to receipt dispatch
visitor Orlando house and our excellent brands of .1
to for some weeks, Opera conveyances-Mrs. last night it had been several days .
left yesterday for Toledo, Ohio. I An elaborately hand colored three- M. 0. Overstreet, Mrs. S. G. Dolive. since Dr. Smith heard from his son, : Tobasco Sauce, Green Seal Salad Dressing, Pepper Sauce,

Mrs. A. C. Brown and daughter,. reel photo drama entitled "The Doomof Music-Mrs. J. T. Fuller. and naturally he was greatly relievedto : Armstrong's Onion Salad, Imported Cafers, Pickled
the Ocean, produced by the Eclec-
Mrs. C. W. Goodrich, went up to San- tic Film company, will be shown at Address-Miss Penon. hear that the boy was safe.- : Onions, Datnut Butter, Burnham's Clam Boulion, Sugar J

ford yesterday to spend the week's,the Lucerne today. The story of the Decorations! -Miss Mary Robinson, Times-Union of Wednesday.TOO : Butter, Pitted Prunes.
end. film is one of unusual interest. The and chapter.By .
will of Jack Rodney's uncle leaves order of the
president, Deaconess
fr Visitors to Orlando yesterday included the bulk of his estate to an unknown Parkhill. LATE TO CLASSIFY :: RECEIVED j
Mr. J. M. Guynn, of Ocoee.lwho niece providing she is found within I'
was en route to Ocala to visit'his six months. Otherwise the estate reverts 'Mrs. E. La Rue Bliss, Secretary. FOUND-A -of Ownercan I'
4-23-tf pair glasses. t
to Jack. Five months and
son. j about the time Jack is celebrating his have same by calling at this

Messrs. John W. Ledbetter, of II expected good fortune, the niece appears AT THE GRAND office and paying for this notice. It THE SANITARY GROCERY j
Rome, Ga., and H. T. Ledbetter, of only to be confind in_ lighthouse
Palatka, in Orlando I by Jack with her young Oon The third in the FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare j
are today, regis- story "Chroniclesof
and abandoned there to die. Luck bargain; recently completely overhauled CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Cluto" will be shown
tered at the San Juan. I favors her and she is rescued by a shipat in at the Grand and made good as new in every -
today with
conjunction the
Among the Floridians registeringat sea, after escaping from the lighti program. This particular story regular of part; guaranteed first class condition 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street J
I j i house by means of a rope thrown the ; must be sold at once, even at
the San Juan Chronicles is called "The
yesterday were:](I from the ship, and arrives just in Mysteryof sacrifice. Come, or address, White
Messrs. F. R. Satterday, R. T. Harris!I+I time to claim the estate and accuse rival the Talking Wire, and is said to Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. ,1
of the
famous Sherlock
and B. B. Hiers, of Gainesville. I II I Jack of his treachery. The escape I Holmes any stories in interest and thrills. -23-tf CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
from the of the house I
I I I top light by
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Yost, of lilt. of Mr. Benjamin F. Wilson as Cluto, the j
extended from the
: means a rope
FUNERAL DESIGNSMMIIIQiMtlMtlMitMtttillllitimMlllllillHUil
Ill. I' detective, heads an unusually strong FOR SALE-White lIndian Runner
Vernon, have finished a season's! ship is an actual scene and very
cast of players in this powerful dra- duck from best American
'1 eggs
in this and strong. It simply to show what
sojourn city route goes
are en
risks ma of strategy and mystery. A man ducks and imported prize winning j
are daily by actors in order -
home. They took yesterday's special is found drowned with I
to produce amusement worth secret govern- English ducks; two dollars for twelve.
tourist train. while for the public, and is certainlyone ment information in his pocket. An W. K. Hale, Route 1, Orlando, Fla.
I innocent is
man arrested on suspicion, 4-23-1w
that should be seen by one.
Mrs. W. B. Chapman returned every
yesterday but a flash of
lightning and Cluto
Every patron of the Lucerne dad i
from Jacksonville from visit lead to the
a discovery of the real cul
jof having seen the "Bridge That FOR' SALE-Or trade for city lots.
with her daughter, Mrs. L H. Bing- Failed" last week, and this is equallyas prit.At One horse, buggy, and harness.
ham, who returned to visit with her good and hand colored to boot. ber Monday's performance a num- Price $125. Apply to M. Isen, 601 W.
will be
mother North In connection with the above "Kath- given with each ticket Church street. 4-23-3t
on Orange
avenue. purchased and the
leen, the Irish Rose," a two reel Than- person holding the
Mr. and Mrs. David Mrs. lucky number, which will be drawn
Bayard, houser feature and beautiful,
very from a hat, will be Your only assurance of future busi-
Leah Bayard and Mrs. May I. Bay- and "Our Mutual Girl" will be shown.As five dollar gold piece.presented with a ness success is knowledge.You .

ard, who have spent the past four usual "some bill"Eat must "learn before ,you can

months at 305 West Concord avenue, Are earn." I@ Ib.rji4
you puzzled to get more busi-
what you want The road to success is not an easy
left yesterday for Paterson, N. J. Eat all you want. ness? If so, try an ad. in the Sen- one-you must be fitted for the jour-

Take a postscript and forget it. tinel. ney lest you fall by the wayside.
For sale by all druggists. Strengthen your forces by enlistingthe ;
t Take the Seaboard sleeper to Jack- 17dw.lyr; Sentinel want advertising bringsthe aid of this successful institution.A .

sonville. Leave 8:30 p. m. and arrivein probable buyers to see your prop diplema from this school insures

Jacksonville 6:45 a. m. 4-14-tf For the news, read The Sentinel I erty. your future success.SOUTHERN KUTllo1

Successors to

1111..11..11.1111111111111111111111.11111111111111111111.1 11111111111. Orlando and St.Colleges Petersburg Business YOUR COST

At The Lucerne 4-21-5t )
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 5E

job.Eat what you want. 20-tf ( b LIQUIANT 1 1J

I "The Doom Of the Ocean, a wonderful and thrilling Eat all you want.

three reel Eclectic Take a postscript and forget it.
feature. For sale by all durggists.l-7-d&w-lyr J

of Piano Studio 15th. F: : i,
"Kathleen the Irish Rose, a fine two reel Thanhouser Opening For particulars address April Mac Tall- t U

feature. man Care Grand Theater, or Phone )
No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m. A. L. BECK LUMBER CO.

4-3-1m. Kiln Dried Lumber and Building

"Our Mutual Girl reel Reliance. You --- -- Material.
a one sure wantto '
Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. t1NT ua ? j-

see her.Admission. Good Wood $1.50

N ltia q r *iu
Better Wood $2 and $2.25 .

Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75

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

Stock upwhile Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf II
you can. DR. J. C .HOWELL
5 Cents I'
Balcony: I Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointment

: Orlando Wood Yard ney Buy&your Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLa-a !, No extra charge for house treatment 1 tI

fresh seed. 3-13-tf I Telephone connections
Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. :. I04W. Pine St. big shipment Office cor. Orange and Central Aves. 3 j

B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor If your paper is not delivered ,
Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
i. 4OIi. .I.IIIII.tll.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIII.1111.t'.I IIIIIIIIIIIII.I. Abernethy druggists. 3-13-tf i promptly don't fail to notify the office. f


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(From the GaniesTille Sun) I day Oviedo, April, Fla.14,, at April the I By Claude L'Engle I IDont't

(From the Gainesville Sun) I C. J. Marshall, the MUNNIMAKERS 1 ORLANDO O. W A ASIIINGTON"
of Lost. Wanted, For Sale For Get Stung-
Work on the new depot at i club, which has been fur this column 23c for one day, Ii
wood is progressing and within the I years, was addressed three days, or $Le9 for one.week, for :May bees are good little in

next month it will be completed.The I Wight, chairman of i or less. far Money this must column accompany as no sects, ROOM
I sion committee of the will be made on credit. But they don't fly in JuneIn

Fort Meade high school commencement I tion of Women's FOR SALE the June primaryDon't -
exercises will take placein the subject of coming elegant modern home; four bed- waste time on May

about two weeks. Fort Meade hasa federation. All of ; two bath rooms; gas and elec- bees. I

splendid graduating class this year. were present were throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all

Wight's very able 509 East Central avenue. right for you in Congress; ,

At a recent meeting of the Wo- move would be an Some other man may be in !

man's club of Dunnellon the matterof all round. The FOR SALE line with progressive De I TLNTIC L COAST T LINE[

federating with the state organiza- a vote at the next stock, one, two, three and mocracy. I
; tipn was taken up and unanimously year old buds; Foster Early, Some other man may be I

.carried. This club is the youngest in club.On Tuesday Java, Homosassa, Wash- able to think for the people I
Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahla after election OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. 3!.
the state and the largest in propor- ,
Rollins Glee club of Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
tion to the size of the town. a in But may be some other man
gave program

The building of the Dunnellon high Oviedo building Magazine under the club. SALE-Ten in bearing acres orange of grove land;; one six And won't.may be you'll get T i

school structure is is progressing of brick with rapidly.concrete The the Sister local Esther chapter of mile cleared from; and part city trucking of limits land on; suitable located public You stung know fooling that with Claude him. 'I' r j ll Satirffay t r J JFOR

.t. : trimming. There are nine class rooms, week. Mrs. William Bargain. Address M. C. B., L'Engle is NOT a may be;

a large auditorium, a library and tertain in her home Box 431. city. 3-10-tf You know that he .will RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON

principal's office, with modern con- think and act for you,
Mrs. Henry Yonge, FOR SALE W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
Because he is in Congress
veniences. It will be quite a credit now
k Sister Esther in Georgia hams cane syrup; smoked doing this thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
i : to that town. shoulders and sides; very
give a tea for her. and feed corn; seed peanuts; When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.

; Great progress has been made on cently A party to Black went out peas 47 West, etc. Church At King's street.grocery"The thing George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .

the big new hotel that is rapidly go- south side of Lake Man," W. E. Powell. Don't risk the best chance G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

ing up on Anastasia island, near St. that ever happened.
Augustine, and it is thought that the dredge boat at work Claude L'Engle has been I +|| | llllilillBilllllMMMMHMIIIIIIItMIHIHtfillilMHMMIIBIIIIMIMMMM ..
which is to drain a 1400-lb. HERRING-MARVIN- !
hotel will be completed and ready for time-tried. and firetested .
SAFE for sale. Or will trade
sight of the
the entertainment of guests in about I property. See J. L. Dean / in the fights for the !'
sixty days. eating its way, Drug Co. 4-18-eod-5t r people's rights. " OMIIUtMM*

This fine hotel building is being mud, but great He is the one sure thing :

erected by the Anastasia Methodist intensely interesting SALE-New two-story, five-I for you in this race for .THE.
number of snapshots house, with bath. Modern in .. ..
assembly way. Just off Lucerne Circle. I Congress in the Fourth
""!' '- the scenes along the
to District.He
bargain prompt buyer. .
I Oviedo can boast phone 466, city. is there for term
one Altamonte
The of the Confederacyand
Daughters buildings to be Keep him there for another
the Confederate Veterans all over
I over to their owners Vote for Claude L'Engle ; :
the state making preparations
:: are
will be used by Mr. J. $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week- first. 1
- celebrate Memorial day,
fittingly the other interest. 1 ,
'Ii grocery, by Take a chance second 1
, April 26. Some of the chapters will shall for a drug store grove, 200 bearing trees, 12
hold their exercises on Sunday after- I land, lake front. $1,250. !
Altamonte Fla
I Lawton Bros are I Springs I IA
, noon, the 26th, while others will wait I fronts in their store $10 acres per land acre.' 6 miles of Or-

and hold theirs the afternoon follow- The residence being and 3 room house.in Orlando.
month deed.F. beautiful 9-mile auto ride from Orlando (on A. C. L. R. R.) ;
ing. S. W. Swope will be per gets. A.warranty LEWTER. No. 1 Bargains Left Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Orchestra -
somest in Oviedo & etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful
The second annual convention of The following has been offered for location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40 f ,
the Florida state branch of the In- RENT OR SALE-Eight room ale: 1' acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot-
ternational Order of King's Daugh- POLITICAL AX house.: Will rent all or ing, Etc. Hotel has 500-feet broad piazza. All modern improve
No. 1. 3 acres of good land, im and grapefruit free to guests. Only '
ments. Orange
of it, by the month or year.
interesting sessions
ters concluded its 1 FOR :: Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman proved. 6-room house (plastered), I Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.

in the Memorial Presbyterian church, I hereby announce my 4-20-3t just over city line. Sale price $1,1001'I '_ -

.'; St. Augustine, Friday. Officers for I resentative from Orange SALE-Pen of White Orping- cash; or time payments $1,200, $:>00 : GEORGE BATES & SON PROPRIETORS
elected Mrs. the action of the old, Kellerstrass strain. ;
-i the ensuing year were held June 2nd. year I cash and monthly payments of $15 :
: A. M. Terwilliger of the Ancient City i iI I $10. Inquire 207 Palmetto 4-22-3t I' per month. SUMMER RESORT "THE GRAND," MOUNT VERNON, N. H. J

; being made president. FOR REPRESE No. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles oat, unimproved 1 t."III"IIIIIIJ..I..el..I.IOIIIIIIIIIIII.Souvenir .

I hereby announce my -Two keys. Owner can have ; good orange land; $25 per
Among the large buildings to be resen'ative from Orange by calling at this office and acre, cash.

erected on Central avenue this sum- the leH action June %of nc1.the for ad. 4-21-3t No. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber, Postal CardsYou

is that of the Willson-Chase com- miles out
mer Somewhere > on proposed brick high-
on streets of ,
o pany, which will be built close to FOR a pair of window curtains. way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared.

Third street. The building will be Yielding to what on one side and white on the This can be bought for $20 per acre,
sire of leading citizens have to buy them whether you wish to
five stories in height, the material to inct of Orange county Return to this office. 4-21-3t. the same as some are asking $75 to
didates to be nominated
be used being fireproof. The esti- in the primary election v"1. FOR RENT $150 for. Owner is North and wants ,or not so why not go where you can find the
mated cost is $30,000. The building be from the country -- money. I I

company owns a woman's furnishingstore nounce myself a RENT-Permanently, unfur- No. 4. 2 homesteads for sale cheap.', finest quality and largest assortment? If
at South Lake and South
and its construction will be If you are interested get particulars. I I
MEMBER BOARD OF very nice lower flat; has five
such that shoppers will have every TIONI and bath and all modern con- No. 5. I also have the cheapest .we cannot show you twice as many different
ccnvenience. On the lower floor there hereby announce Address C. Goesswein, 3-4 acre lot, with 3-room house in the
for re-election to the
will be four store rooms.-St. Peters- Board of Public Davis. 416tfFOR city of Orlando. in a white section. styles of Orlando view cards as any other
; frees District No.3, Price $375.
burg Note in Times-Union. primary. Very
rooms, bath, hot water; but If you want any property, city or firm in the city, we will give you cards free
Zellwtod, Fla. to low
everything; rent. 308
country want to rent have
i As a result of having been stung street. 4-22-3t ; or property -

by a stingray while wading in the St. I FOR hereby SUPERVISOR announce OF to sell or rent, see me for good of charge. Make us prove it.
RENT-Two office j service. I
Johns river at the foot of Albert for re-electi to the spaces in
Registration for Orange store at No. 9 W. Church street. I
street yesterday afternoon at four the Democratic primary in and we will show you. Pierce CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND W. S. BRANCH
o'clock, Herbert Welch, a 14-year-old 1914. Co. 3-29-t ,

: boy, who lives at 1034 East Ashley BUSINESS EXCHANGE r

i street, lies in agony at his home and FOR RENT-6 room louse furnished 19 W. Church
I hereby announce unfurnished, and rooms one dol-] St. Phone 398. The Arcade Book and Music Store
t may not live. The boy stepped on t for Sheriff of Orange
Democratic primary of per week up, sleeping or light
the stingray and in a flash the whip 205 W. Pine. -- -- -- -- ---- ---

I like tail had wrapped around his I FOR Ladies to : > MMI i M i mi i it U1MCMIMMMMMMH .
bring their *+"" imiimiimimMiitititiiMtfltstttiiiMiii IIIIA miThere's .
J ankle and one of the barbed dorsa I announce myself as to us. Don't destroy I 1
J spines sunk into the boy's flesh. Her office of Sheriff of We will make what you want. : i
subject to the
," bert's leg began to swell immediately native of Orange county. and see our stock and examine
of my fellow citizens, I work. We invite inspection. 1 If a Style Show Here i
I and the little fellow almost lost consciousness charge the duties of the havn't the hair we supply it. Our

t from pain. Seeing the terrible or laws favor and to the any man for is genuine. We make every-

i; suffering of the boy, a young order in the county. to order. We pay cash for

:1- woman who happened to be passing .
FOR COUNTY beg to announce that we have '
.1 the time in automobile took him in the Year
at an I am a candidate for the exclusive agency for the Every Day
J in her machine and carried him to Dr. ty District Commissioner 2. If elected of I and popular Clow's Knit

M. B. Herlong's office. Dr. Herlong people to the best of Drop us a card and sam-
sided here a number of will be submitted for
your in- ..,
stated last night that Herbert was in fied to know the needs at your leisure. The goods 40

a dangerous condition. He said that the people. handle are the kind that satisfy. Home makers will find a visit through our
stingrays are extremely poisonous & NICHOLAS, S03 Gar-
I and their stings frequently cause Apopka. Fla. St. 3-23-1 mo
FOR big store an interesting treat. We have here the
death. The lad's entire leg is terribly J hereby announce n.
t swollen and he remained in a semiconscious re-election as MISCELLANEOUS
condition last night.- 3 action, Orange of the county Democratic, most delightful of necessities for the furnishingof
insure life and
'f June 2nd, 1914. your loan you
';: Times-Union, 19th. on real estate at 6 per cent
the modern home.
FOR Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

f A WOMAN'S DOLLAR IS BIGGER re-election I hereby announce as County Building, Tampa,3-25-d&wtf Fla.

District No. 1 of

The average woman gets more for support the action will of be the greatly class' Brazing a specialty at We specialize in high-grade furniture at a
i Repair Court ,
M. Shop 0.1 St
I her money than the average man does .
-her dollar has a greater purchasing .1 hereby FOR COUNTY announce moderate price. We invite you to come in and
for County SEED! SEED! SEED!
t power. District Four, subject 1 and field seed. DeLaney &
i Women we are have.the best readers of advertising greatly Democratic appreciate primary your, druggists. 3-13- look over the display. .

) Is there not a direct connection of: Stamps; made to order at
Pine Castle. Fla. Repair Shop. 12-5-t.
cause and effect between these two FOR COUNTY I
facts? election I announce to the myself office as of IN PRINTING I ;
Woman has proved for herself that
er Orange County Sentinel will give the
.f it pays to know what is being offered to the decision of the you prac-
June. %nd. 1914. thing and it will be of a dignity
before she buys.
style that will please We've
She knows what is being offered
Ft. Christmas. Fla. the
equipment; we've got the ex
before she buys.She .
FOR and we will deliver the
TAX job
knows what her dollar is worth
I hereby announce time and in perfect order.
and she means to get the most for it. office of Tax Assessor of Try Kincaid & SnowdenORLANDO'S
ject to the action of the Phone 24.
i She finds the advertising one of the called for June 2nd '
elected I pledge you my
most interesting and helpful features HURRY

of her daily newspaper. FOR COUNTY unavoidable, and when it is

I hereby announce can depend on us to throw the
Democratic primary of over to the third speed and do
spend your valuable time asking
printing as quick as any concern.
your neighbors and friends to look FOR TAX
we prefer to have more time-
I hereby announce Cor. Main and 'Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
house rooms when
up a or you for re-election to the in which to do the very best pos- ,
you can get the most information and of Orange Couaty work.
primary to be held
F valuable selections from the columnsof elected I pledge to you

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Oakland, Fla., April 21.-W. Hut- We Will Put the Reins H
ton, of Atlanta, Ga., was soliciting : HOME THE MARKETOf
subscriptions for the Southern Pres-

byterian and Missionary Survey in of Success in Your Owner leaves for the north

our town recently. May 15th and has instructedus Cleanliness Of Quality ;
Miss Lollie Baxter, of Lake Helen, HandsHow it
to sacrifice the property. .
has been with her sister, Mrs. R. L.
Located on Main street in
Smith, through her illness. Mrs.
Smith is much improved now. ? By furnishing you with ; high-class neigborhood. Lot I FISH AND GAME

Linton Briley came in from DeLandto 77x225 feet. Nine large
act as supply agent while Mr. a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ; rooms and bath, garage nnd Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Peters took a rest, trying to get relief I call He will servants house. The homeis
on you. give you a Everything screened away from the dies, and kept fresh ,
from a bad attack of asthma.Mr. completely furnished and
Y. J. Allen, of Orlando, manager ; formula that will make and mature surrounded with beautiful and pure. 1 1We

of the Western Union Telegraph
fruit. shade trees. Owner has occupied invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
your i ;
company, is the guest of Mr. and
the property and re everything in the Meat Line. I
Mrs. Eugene Speere. Mr. Allen has .
been with the company for twenty ceived an income of $100 per

and is sojourning through the month from furnishod rooms i
years state during a well deserved vacationof for the past six months. Reas The PARLOR MARKET

several weeks. Tie Soutlieni f Ferlilizer r CO. onable terms if necessary.

Mrs. Mather Smith has had a large This is a fine location for a
number of poinsettias planted in the rooming house.Cooper H. M. Self & Co.
park. This will be one of the pret- j ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA I
tiest features during the winter i PINE STREET ti

The little yellow cottage recently I Phone No. 80
vacated by :Mr. :Marshall is being 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor Y
moved to the Buxton property. IAn Phone No. 311 MIIIHMHHIItlilltMIHHIHiiMIMMMMMtlMUIMIIIIIIIIIIIMMM
exciting ball game was played
here on Saturday between Oaklandand
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Monteverde. The score stood 16
to 11. The Monteverde boys won the I I 1

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:Mr. and Mrs. Buxton have returned,
to their farm home at Middleton, Vermont -\ W. M. SLEMONS 1
They have spared no expense
I in improving their property by
re-I arrived load
modeling and enlarging the car

building a garage, laying concrete I immediate
FORDS for -
, walks, and planting trees, thus add New Goods Arriving Daily

town.ing largely to the beauty of the I delivery.Get I

Mr. R. C. Sligh gave a boating par-
ty'Saturday'on Lake Apopka, going. yours now J

some distance up the canal. Those F. G. RUSR JJ

who made the party were Mrs. Brock, J
Misses Lillie and Laurie Phone 226
Moody, We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. ;
Brock, Mrs. Heckman and Vera, Miss
Chappell and Mat Petris. They land- made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. t
ed on the shore of the canal for the .
Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. .Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
prime dinner. Miss Laurie Brock

brewed a1 splendid pot of coffee. They Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. ,
had a delightful trip.
Mr. J. I. Marshall's family left for & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

Highland Park Saturday. They motored -
to Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs.

Marshall are friendly, genial people,
and won many friends who will welcome -
them next winter on their return W.: SLEMONS
to occupy their remodeled house.

Mr. and Mrs. Horton Cage left Sat- ORANGE AVENUEMMMMIMMM .
urday for Orlando, where they will be
for a week, then return to their home "
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Many a store, great and small, is I Limited.Dixie Dale Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED HOT WATERIn .
with of .Lv Orlando, A. C. L..12:31 am 3:13pm I Orlando. ........................ 3:13 pm I
I' slumbering along a lot poten- r Jacksonville, A. C. L.... 6:45 am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm is of the most
tial profit lying about loose.A T Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:%Spm T Jacksonville, A. C. L ........... 8:15pm the Summer Time. Hot water one
Waycross A. C. L..11:50am 10:25 pm v Waycross A. C. L .............10.20 pm essential features of comfortable home. This is
great many standard articles of r Macon. G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. & F. .............. 3:46amr a No some
one kind or another-there are hun- r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 'l:1%am emphasized most strongly in the Summer time be-
r Knoxville, L & N. .............
dreds of them-are being advertisedin r Chattanooga. W. & A..12:18am 11:55 am Corbin. L. &: N. ................ 3:16pm cause don't want to heat the kitchen up by one
the They have been r Nashville, N. C. & St L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:00pm you
newspapers. ....... keeping fire all day in the Consequently'
tried and not found wanting. Ar St Louis LC.&L.&N. Z:50 pm 'l:20 am r Indianapolis. "a. L. ..... 1:50 am a range.
Ar Lexington L & N. ............
: 6:50 without it all Summer and
pm most homes have to
; How many of these advertised articles Ar Hopkuuville, L & N........... 6:21 pm Ar Cincinnati L. & N- ............. 8:50pmr go
have you hidden away in your Ar Evansville, L & N..... 9 28 am 9:Y5 pm Kalamazoo G. R. &: L ..........1%:20 pmr have it only in limited quantity in the Winter.
Ar Terre Haute C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Grand Rapids. G. R. & L ....... 2:45pm 7 r ,
Retailer 'Ar Chicago C. & E. L..... CSOpm I:60 am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7:15am "GET A RUUD" t
your busi
1 ness, keep in touch with current I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED time
Solid train composed of section drawing and you have plenty of steaming hot water any
advertising. Bring out Solid tram, composed of electric lighted '
room sleeping can, observation compartment want it and at a small cost by simply
into the light any of these brands you can and dining car. between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping ear and coaches you very %
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and turning on the faucet. ,
may have on hand. ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis.
Jacksonville Louisville
ana Indianapolis:
Fill your windows and your display DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and
counters and instruct your salespeo- Solid train carrying electric lighted com. Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMPANYGas ;
pIe to push these goods. I artment section observation drawing-room sleepers sleepers.and electlieizhted First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on :Mondaysand
I Meet the demand half way. lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining ear Department
enres meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.

best The printed Sentinel daily is in the Central newsiest Florida.and FOR W.,R.TICKETS.I O'NEAL PULLMAN, City Ticket RESERVATIONS Agent.' I W.INFORMATION D. WHITE--, Depot WRITE-Ticket OR CALL Agent.ON e==mmmmmmmmummmr::::::::: :::: ::::::::=e .1

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The Granite State Free Press of

/ Lebanon, N. H., contains in its issue I

of April 17 the following account of I

the marriage of Miss Locke, of Lebanon -

and Mr. Joe Cheney, of Or-.

Miss Hazel Marie Locke, daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. L M. Locke, was

, 1 united in marriage to )Ir. Joseph .
Young Cheney ,of Orlando, Fla., Sun-
day noon. It was a double ring service -:

,immediately following the Easter -
1. CAPITAL 50,000.00 morning and communion service nc rT:
2. SURPLUS $ 35,000.00 I t
of the Congregational church, by the
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3. DEPOSITS $949,436.00 pastor, Rev. Grant L. Shaeffer. The I
,bride was attended by Miss Verna : : '
I. The capital of the State Bank of Or- Helen Richardson and the groom by ..f.lZ\ i1t'AKE{ ( I

lando is owned by 20 stockholders, all responsible I Clarence Coit Meleney, of New York.

financially and interested in the i The vested choir, of which the bride y/asnuulc In our published statement which '

business advancement of our city. has been a member, sang the wed-
ding march. stated that 90 per cent of our stock was owned

2. The $35,00000 surplus, has been The bride and bridesmaid were by Orlando residents

. earned from its business; it is profits set gowned; in blue traveling dresses and I
carried shower of white

; ::. business aside as security to this bank.for those who entrust their Killarney[ roses. bouquets :(t'v ,CO1U3i.f (..;;.t'1O1

! The groom graduated from Dart-
mouth in 1913 and is manager of the
The which business It \ou1t11mvc read 99 cent for this
3. extent men local gas company of Orlando, Fla. per is correct -

farmers, men, women, children, find the Mr. and Mrs. Cheney left Sunday .. this being a purely l institution.
security and courteous attention of this afternoon for Boston, and will take
f bank's service helpful and advantageous, is up their residence in Orlando after Do you bank with us? 11 not begin today !

reflected in the totals of our deposits ;949- visiting Boston, New York, Philadel- .
phia, Washington and Jacksonville.The : .
/ i
436.00. It is a pleasure to serve you.
wedding was preceded by a

series of parties last week, beginning

Wednesday afternoon with a party ". .. ..
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by the church choir members at the .. :: .,
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residence of the pastor, Rev. Grant
L Shaeffer, the choir Miss ": ': '
presenting .
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I Locke a mahogany tray. Refresh-
I -- ments were served.
BANKERS OF THE STATE READY i Bivins, vice-president of the associa-
Thursday night the bride-to-be was
tion. the subject of a linen shower at Miss
! I Annual address of the president, Verna H. Richardson's, on Abbott
' 2 Lakeland, Fla., April 22.Arrangements Mr. S. A. Wood. street. The gifts were deposited in a i i .

are being perfected for the:I Address, "Rural Credits," Hon. D. white parasol suspended from a chan- o I. ID W@i-x9 ? : D
annual meeting of the Florida Bank-
U. Fletcher, United States senator. delier. Refreshments were served
ers' association, which opens here Address, "The Future of the Exchange and the party was entertained by the '

: Thursday. An excellent program of victrola and j ... . .. : T ::
} entertainments has been arranged and Question Under the New Act, piano.A :' :::>'.'- ':,. ....: :-'.: .. .. .. "........"':"
by Mr. Thomas B. McAdams, vice- six o'clock dinner was served the : : tt
; nothing has been left undone to make president and cashier Merchants' Na- bridal party at Miss Richardson's Sat-'
the stay of the visitors one of the
tional bank, Richmond, Va. urday night. i -
most pleasant they have ever had at John I A wedding breakfast was served er, Will; Bunner, J. W.; Burton, Sterling Chas.; Rogers, Harvey; Rich, J. H.; :lie; Mathis, Mrs. Laura; Daniels,
of Mr. T. Dismukes,
a convention city. The bankers will : member from Florida of Sunday morning at Hotel Rogers.Up ; Billinkley, R. L.; Beasley, Hen- Stokes, A.; Sumner, G. N.; Siles,Shel-I I Florence E.; Miller, Bessie; Martin,
continue in session two days, the session the. execu-i I I ry; Brown, Guss; Blake, Geo. F.; ley; Singleton P.; Sanuders, Thomas; Miss Mary; MacLeod, Miss Margaret;
opening Friday and concluding ; tive council of the American Bankers'l to date etc., Woodberry, Ead; Bannister. CharlesW. Suggs, Wm.; Turnbull, Chas.; Thompson -I'Xyles, Ola; Oromen, Mrs. Anna; Olier -
r Saturday afternoon.The association. is the kind painting papering Where .; Ezzell, B. E.; Brown, Ben; Cal- Sam; Thompson T. J.; Williams, \ Miss Della B.; Pool, Miss Grace;
'I i you want. to getit hone, Alex; Cooper, Ed.; Clinch, W. G. 0.; Woods, liana; Wallace, Rob- Robbins, Mrs. Anna; Rollins, Mrs.
? That's 636. W. T.
following program will be care Entricac. easy phone M.; Carson, James; Davis, Pal; Ev. ert; Wright, A. F.; Williams, R. L; Anna; Ryerson, May; Thomas, Mrs.
ried out on the opening day: Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Barger, Miss 1-20-tf ans, F. B.; Edwards, Geo. D.; Elick, White, Arthur:; Wiggins, Harris. Ed.; Thomas, Mrs. Juanita; Thrasher,
Meeting of the association will be Mildred Barger and Mr. Mobley Bar-I James; Fisher, E. E.J Gardner, Wil- Women's List-Alexander. R.; Mrs. R. C.; Thompson, Miss Rosa
UNCLAIMED LETTERS lie Goldxvire, Rubin Green, A. W. I Bryant, Mrs. Sarah Bennett, Miss ,
: held in the Lakeland auditorium, and will leave today for Cleveland.: ; ; ; ; Lee; Woods Miss R. S.; Wilson Mrs.
ger Goldson, Henry; Hall, Julia; Har- Dixie; Brunson, Miss Celestine ((2)); Mary P.; Wofford, Miss Lena;Weldth,
'f; will be called to order at 9:30 o'clock: From that city Dr. Barger will go to List of letters remaining uncalledfor grave, Richard; fiord Geo. M.; Hale, Cline, Miss Bessie; Crutis, Mrs. C. C.; Miss Louise; Wilmore, Mrs. J. Ednah;
;s m., by the president, Mr. Wood. the Jackson Health Resort at Dan- in the Orlando, Florida, postoffice G. T.; Hory, Jos.; Hummen Bros.; : Chase, Mrs. Nettie; Dietz, Mrs. )1.I Welch, Mrs. H. R.; Wimberly, Miss
1"1"a. Invocation, Rev. W. K. Piner. ville, N. Y., to resume his duties.I for the week ending April 18th, 1914. Hooks, Henry; Horny, J. F.; Haizhpe, I A.; Darnel, Mrs. Jno. W.; Daniel, Freddie M.; Williams, Miss Coxie;
When I calling for same please say J. J.; Johns: L L.; Kheunberln, H.; John W.; Fillman, Miss Sadie; Giles, Washington, Miss Almer (2); Zar,
Enrollment of members "
present. They have spent the winter in Or- I"advertised. Kennington, Russell ((2)); Lane, J. M.; Mrs. Wm. 0. C.; HammondsIrs.. Miss Everleaner. '
1. Address of welcome, Hon. 0. M. lando, and are so well pleased that it W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. Larence, Joe; Lake, Randolph; Mat- Annie; Harvey, Mrs. Mary; Hull,Mrs. Packages-Eugene Davis; Paul C.
j Eaton, mayor of Lakeland. i is in their plans to return next sea- Men's List-Allen, C. Eugene; An- lock, Samuel; Mack riffe, Cholline; 0.; Jackson Miss Corrie; Jones, Mrs. Edwards; Mars J. M. Gryswald; Mrs.
: Response to welcome, Mr. H. W.( son. \derson, Ray; Anderson, Axel Theo; :Manookian Chas.; McNeal, E. A.; Lottie A.; Kelley, Mrs. D. A.; Ketch. Minnie L. Hinton; Mrs. G. T. Jones;
1 Baizmore, Louis; Blake, Willie; Brew- Osborne, E. W.; Picket, John; Ratt, ins, Mrs. Has; Kennington, Miss Wil- Mrs. G. H. Foster.JMIIIMMIMIill .

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f's $ _.co to $1.SO : '

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is giving satisfaction to our out-of-town friends.t..
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