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 24, 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
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oclc - 34297093
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lion. John 31. Cheney Will Deliver the Atlanta Institution Will Give Em- Anticipates His Formal Report by

BRIDGES ARE BUNG FORTIFIED Baccalaureate Address Tuesday ployment to Four Hundred People Making Statement to Attorneys lAND BATTlE IS NOW EXPECTED[ [

Evening, May 26 HiUSTMHiT WOULD BE mR UN YEARS and Probably More for Frank -

While plans for the high school ,
ARE BEING POSTED THROUGH..: commencement have not been com! FIRST CALL MAY BE FOR TEMPORARY Atlanta, Ga., April 23.-"Just what Anticipating his formal report in dim (;iKKATLV( : OiriNUMHKUFOKCKS :
is a regional bank, and what will be the Leo Frank case Detective William -
AND THE CITY pleted they are under way and have ENLARGEMENT OF OF MEXICANS SAID
its functions, its uses, its value, is a J. Burns addressed a letter to
: question many of this section are ask the attorneys for Frank Wednesday,
baccalaureate and oration.
sermon Til KMWanhinirton
! BY ENLISTMENT ing since Atlanta was awarded the as follows:
The sermon will be delivered on
i.I OF 230,000 MEN bank for this district. William HurdHilI'er "Dear Sirs:-I hoped to be able to
Sunday, May 24, by Rev. Dr. Edw. T.
of the Hillyer April' 2: .-(Sptcial.)
El: Paso, Tex., April 23.-(Special.) Poulson, of the First Baptist church,I president furnish you today with my complete -The United Stale ia on the
, -Villa arrived at Juarez this afternoon and the address will be made by lion. Washington, April 23.-The war department Mortgage company, and one of the report showing the results of my investigation move. The following army order have

with a guard of seventy men. John M. Cheney, Tuesday evening has worked out plans for most prominent young financiers in of the murder of Mary been issued by Secretary of War Car

He went to the home of his wife. following. the issuance of a call for volunteers the South, explains these points very Phagan. My investigation is about rison.

I Villa Immt'diatetr'e interviews Monday evening will be class night for invasion in Mexico if necessary.It clearly: complete, with the exception of a few The fifth brigade, composed of the

to the correspondents full of amity and Tuesday eveningwill be com- is understood the first call will be I "The regional bank will employ between details which I have as yet been unable fourth, seventh, nineteenth and twi-n-

for Americana and assertive of a desire mencement night. There are eleven for 250,000 men. This will include I 400 and 500 persons," he said. to cover. In addition to these, ty-eiirhth regiments, will prorecd
"This estimate is based on the probable I had also expected to secure today
members of the graduating the military
for peace with this country His reserves. I from Galvctton to Vtra Cruz.
functions of the bank as proposed from Chief of Detectives Lanford, according -
purpose in coming'was "private busi who ire so far so many prospects for Authorization for the call is necessary -I The eighth brigade, composed of
ba\'e' by the organization committee, to a promise he had made
nes$," he said. )graduation. The final "exams" from congress under an act to I the sixth, twelfth and sixteenth regiments .'
v i taking other large institutions as the while I was out of the city, certain
not been held but the friends of j
. Juarez today looked quiet. Constitutionalist yet provide temporarily increasing i will proceed from I'reidio, at
standard. The notion that'' affidavits the which
soldiers loitered about the the young people are banking on the military establishment of the i i popular bearing on case, San Francisco, to Fort L'liw.
t j the regional bank will be merely a were extremely important, in view of
streets unconcerned. them, and are certain that the graduating United States in time of war. The : TIlt sixth field artillery will -
" clearing house for checks is an error. the fact that I had offered a reward proceed
class will be composed of I
president is expected to ask author II from Fort Kara
Statement were made today that a considerable I Riley, t/j Fort
eleven, just that number and not one zation to raise volunteer army. I have given the subject lof $1,000 to any person furnishing Miu.
train toad of artillery was as far on less. I ;i study, and it would seem that the I evidence of Leo M. Frank's immorality -
and The volunteers would be I' General Frederick Fufi.tn has
Juarez Simalayuca, apportioned -
the to as J
way proper functions of each regional' and the only response thereto
, trains I so far as practical, the' Lttn ordered to take commaiwi of the
that back of it arc two troop among
bank will be the rediscounting was from Chief LanfoH, who had
Torl''On.othilJ definite cant several states and territories and the Vera Cruz brigade. The farce: rr>rU >
from : DEALING WIiH HUBUA AND NOT I commercial paper for the member I stated, through the public press, that
learned concerning these troops. District of Columbia according to1 Ii> of 2WJ awl if rwyanUio artillery ;'-
banks in that section. he would turn certain affidavit over
During this afternoon 2,000 men population, and will enlist to serve |i s I which iwikatf Use fAT'I'Ift.4 of
THE MEXICAN[ PEOPLE !| "In order to handle these rediscounts -!! to me upon my return to the city
from Fort Bliss and six machine guns for a period of ten years unless soon- ; tht war department to pwh the
;which would this
intelligently an exhaustive prove
the city. er discharged. troops along t>+ national railway to
vrtrc I I tern of credit reports will have to be; "I called on Chief LarJord todayi I'
Machine have been planted at Under this call, each state's share Mexico CHy. Five traajx>rU will l) be
guns President WiUon Issues Statement on i prepared. The act does not give i and requested to see the affidavit= he '
I i of the volunteer of will aj repaired to these .
the international bridges army 250,000 rawc tr'/f' Four
Strength of Xote Received member bank the right to present any!t j had, but he declined to let m* see I
be follows II traatprti at
Additional troops from Fort Sam i : prtttM art it Cailver
i bearing interest indorsement i them and made the astounds atttr-
paper !
Houston and Columbus, Xew Mexico,' From Carrania } Alabama, 5,000; Arkansas, 4,050; : ton.
and imperatively demand rediscount j tion that the charge cf perversion did
will arrive tomorrow and be distribute i California 6,474; Colorado, 2,645; I i The troops ordtted from Bas Fran
IConiecticut il ,0n the contrary, only such bills are I| not enter into the: care and had J m-
at adnUpeous places in the Washington, April 23.President :j 3,21-1; Delaware, TOO; : !d coTD te owJ to airesgtkkrt the
.,' acceptable for rediscount as conform!' ply been injected by the attorney for
city.Cantats. I Wilson issued the following comment Florida, 1400; Georgia, .,.t2B; Idaho, I border patrol, a. wilt tK - on the Carranta statement: j 454; Illinois, 16,096; Indiana, S,640; 'to certain specified requirements'i : Frank. : from Fort Raley.Secrttary .
i touching their origin acd general "This being, as stated, the only respooff -
"I wish to reiterate with the !:
greatest -Iowa, 7,544; Kansas, 5J564; Kentucky, Bryan amiss fCkt a
SIIBSCR1PONS> STARlO[ fOR earnestness the desire and intention -,!;6..5U; Louisiana, 3,.;50; Maine, 2. 12; i character. \i made by any person to my &fi -] ViTsit house tl7fJUffrtl< tomtit tl.a'
fer cf reward for j
; evidence of Leo }I.
of this in "For example, a federal reserve
( government to respect !!Maryland, &SS4; Massachusetts, | the French aDd BrczOtaa tOfJAk "N11i
ORlAND.INDWi(O} RIVER ROAD every possible way the sovereignty 1 i bank before accepting a 121 fer ndiscount -\ Frank's iasorality, I am, &f eeum, i art for tU AoKrk&iM toth J.ftb afkr

and independence of the people of>Minnesota46 : must be satisfied that thei]very anxious to *tt thee affidavita: ,"I American e! mitf are -witWrawr.P
.bill is drawn is 5ttlement of bona|I aril until I do see them it will be rmpxaiibfe -J
Mexico. j 19,522; Montana, 1,346; Nebraska, a .j ""';m toaigU !tear lfWr11
Will IV Made to Secure rite "The feeling and intention of the ,4,352; Nevada;.&; New Hampshire: fide agricultural or commercial transaction -;; for me: to reader ray aral re i J! Flettr it Vera Cnz give the Arm

, Hundred Dollars to Asbt pvrmment in this matter are not 11,054*! ; New Jersey, 543*; New York, and espedaSy that it Cnot, poi "n ias (1-.11","1 of tr4ara g av

With Work based cpoa t'STlty go cuc&i,j 25.049 i ; North Carolina: 5,165; North 'represent. money borrowed for reinvestment l It is ny i:!.t&&Q today to icaasti -1{ three hiKe assf txeaty-kv'e 1I"nlb .

, deeper than that. They ar* based i iUl"3n i Dakota, 522; Ohio 14,46; Oregon, : in real estate or stodu asdjbonds. : y.ely OOtU-t' eferkf&rmatjfss .! trued ] Tie fea/i are D J. Lt**, E, A. Fro

a genuine friendship for the i]11,5$$; Pennsyhxrii, 21,5$;; Eiodej j ThiswiS csultZesi require a; far such : af I have rt.1 J cit' k, f:, E. Fkwr, all a'atxxr.mMMi .
{ Tk Oritttta Bouvi people .
a profound | Isla 1,42; South Dakota, 2,.#);' : it sV..t fA t tt Y.ezieff
. gitta its approval to a plan ta raise eat in the rt-stabUshsent cf their I South CaroEnt, 1,44; Tem set, very we.l' see how tie reposal hark I 1.5M.. J .

five Jieihlwvi dollars.ta assist with the constitutional system. !f,1''O; Texas S,4iS; lash, Kti; j er- ezs htegez:7 pas ca tits l "I ars MTT engaged in drrz kg sp! rn.u ltd far fkyinewate /)

< :!.tit 1" asicca rrstara2iosa .

jive a RrtsA shorter route la the or M sities nay iris this object.\! 2356; West Virpru, 2,775; : cf sfSditits and !t'Jr".L da;! :.e o it VfJt1 of the same !tt as alr..ut1;

must l>.ia the tnvfJers twvr have an will be held $:ts.r in view J.p;:-i Wiscezslz: &54;; Wyceiirr, 4 f; Ari1aca i j fa.r., h his: seen seriously pn>-j fl.n-t'i'tr.t tla W bean r 0to t p4. '.. 1 &Irt.u la'k, 'riid:: if t".l;+ *' 4 *lr MMt "'1Jti'IT

r pe''tsxttr t- traverse. sued with eossistttt jcrpAs*, $4 fir : Distnrl'S5 i is crfr tit istkrjil the fame: k;; at Vera Crsz. Tt
SS; New Meiiw, f53; 7 pj to arry out jciacf : -;. 'I i t'ies rstentd
The **v rest is by aav ftf G< cva, is this jraviemctfit is ro-'t:::*! of CcIcl.. ; O shahs, KlBatj < f e-: rermcnts tie irt, o Lzr: these r :r j: !I : wt grt4 oIfIJt. as I that ..,
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Hon. John M. Cheney Will Deliver the Atlanta Institution Will Give Employment Anticipates His Formal Report by

BORDER BRIDGES ARE BEING fORTIRID Baccalaureate: Address Tuesday I to Four Hundred People I Making Statement to Attorneys BIG lAND BATTLE IS I NOW [EXPECTED[

Evening May 26 ENU IMENT WOULD Bt mR UN YEARS[ and Probably More I I I for Frank


ARE BEING POSTED THROUGHOUT -I commencement have not been completed FIRST CALL MAY BE FOR TEMPORARY Atlanta, Ga., April 23.Just whatis Anticipating his formal report in CRUZ GREATLY OUTNUMBER
a regional bank, and what will bets the Leo Frank case Detective William
functions, its uses, its value, is a J. Burns addressed a letter to
gone'; so far as arranging for the MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT TO
baccalaureate sermon and oration. question many of this section are asking the attorneys for Frank Wednesday,
BY ENLISTMENTOF since Atlanta was awarded the as follows: THEM
The sermon will be delivered on
Sunday, May 24, by Rev. Dr. Edw. T. I 250,000 MEN bank for this district. William Hurd "Dear Sirs-I hoped to be able to

El Paso, Tex., April 23.-(Special.) Poulson, of the First Baptist church,I I I Hillyer, president of the Hillyer furnish you today with my complete -The Washington United,States April 23.-(is Special.the)
and of the army on
-Villa arrived at Juarez this after- and the address will be made by Hon. Washington, April 23.-The war department Mortgage company, one report showing the results of my investigation The
move. following orders have
noon with a guard of seventy men. John M. Cheney, Tuesday evening has worked out plans for most prominent young financiers in of the murder of Mary been issued
> by Secretary of War Gar
He went to the home of his wife. following. the issuance of a call for volunteersfor the South, explains these points very Phapan. My investigation is about rison.

will be class Clearly: complete, with the exception of a few
Villa immediately gave interviewsto Monday evening night invasion in Mexico if necessary.It The fifth brigade, composed of the
the correspondents full of amity and Tuesday evening will be com- is understood the first call will be "The regional bank will employ between details which I have as yet been unable fourth, seventh, nineteenth and twenyeighth

for Americans and assertive of a desire mencement night. There are eleven for 250,000 men. This will includethe 400 and 500 persons," he said.'This to cover. In addition to these, : regiments, will proceed-

for peace with this country. His members of the graduating class, military reserves.Authorization I estimate is based on the prob- I had also expected to secure today from Galveston to Vera Cruz.
who far for able functions of the bank as proposed from Chief of Detectives Lanford, ac-
purpose in coming' was "private busi- are so so many prospects for the call is necessary The eighth brigade, composed of
ness," he said. graduation. The final "exams" have from congress under an act to by the organization committee, cording to a promise he had made the sixth, twelfth and sixteenth
", not been held yet, but the friends of provide for I taking other large institutions as the I while I was out of the city, certain
looked Consti- temporarily increasingthe
Juarez today quiet. I I ments, will proceed from Presidio, at
the people are banking on standard. The popular notion that affidavits bearing on the case, which
tutionalist soldiers loitered about the young military establishment of the San Francisco, to Fort Bliss.
t streets unconcerned. them, and are certain that the grad-! United States in time of war. The 1 the regional bank will be merely a were extremely important, in view of The sixth field artillery will
uating class will be composed of I clearing house for checks is an error. the fact that I had offered a rewardof proceed -
Statement! were made today that a president is expected to ask authorization -i from Fort Riley, Kansas, to Fort
eleven, just that number and not one I to raise a volunteer I have given the subject considerable 1 $1,000 to any person furnishing Bliss.
far army.
load of artillery was as on
train I ess. I study, and it would seem that the I evidence of Leo M. Frank's immorality -
the to Juarez as Simalayuca, and The volunteers would be appor- General Frederick Funston has
. way proper functions of each regional and the only response theretowas
that back of it are two troop trains I tioned, so far as practical, among the been ordered to take command of the
bank will be the rediscounting of I from Chief Lanford, who had
Torreon. Nothing definite can several states and territories and the I Vera Cruz brigade. The force
from consists -
DEALING WITH HURTA[ AND NOrTH T commercial paper for the member I stated, through the public press, that
be learned concerning these troops. District of Columbia according to of 2,550 and is mountain artillery -
banks in that section. i he would turn certain affidavits over
During this afternoon 2,000 men population, and will enlist to serve I which indicates the purpose of
[ MEXICAN[ PEOPLE[ [ "In order to handle these rediscounts to me upon my return to the city
from Fort Bliss and six machine gunswere for a period of ten years unless soon- the: war department to push the
intelligently an exhaustive which would prove this.
discharged. system troops; along the national
disposed throughout the city. er I railway to
of credit reports will have to be "I called on Chief Lanford today
Machine have been planted at Under this call, each state's shareof Mexico City. Five transports will be
guns President Wilson Issues Statement on prepared. The act does not give a and requested to see the affidavits he
the international bridges. the volunteer army of 250,000 will required to move these troops. Four
Strength of Note Received member bank the right to present any had, but he declined to let me see
Additional troops from Fort Sam be as"follows: transports at present are at Calves-
t bearing interest indorsementand them, and made the astounding asser-
Houston and Columbus, New Mexico, From Carranza Alabama, 5,000; Arkansas, 4,050;
imperatively demand rediscount. tion that the charge of perversion did ton.The
will arrive tomorrow and be distributed California, 6,474; Colorado, 2,648; troops ordered from San Fran-
On the such bills not enter into the case and had simply
contrary, only are -
at advantageous places in the Washington, April 23.-President Connecticut, 3,214; Delaware, 700; cisco will be used to strengthen the
acceptable for rediscount as conform been injected by the attorneys for
city. Wilson issued the following commenton Florida, 1,500; Georgia, 7,428; Idaho, border patrol, as will those ordered
the Carranza statement: II 464; Illinois, 16,096; Indiana, 8,640; I to certain specified requirements Frank. from Fort Riley.Secretary .
touching their origin tend general "This being, as stated, the only response -
"I wish to reiterate with the great Iowa, 7,544; Kansas, 5.564; Kentucky, Bryan announced after a

S SUBSCRIPTIONS B STARTED[ f FOR R RORlANDOINDIAN est earnestness the desire and intention t 6,814; Louisiana, 3,880; Maine, 2,512; character. made by any person to my of White House conference tonight that
fer of reward for evidence of Leo M.
of this government to respect in Maryland, 3,884; Massachusetts, "For example, a federal reserve I the French and Brazilian consuls will

O RIVER ROM AD every possible way the sovereigntyand 9,442; Michigan, 8,738; Minnesota, bank, before accepting a bill for rediscount Frank's immorality, I am, of coursevery ,I act for the Americans in Mexico after
of the of must be satisfied that the anxious to see these affidavits,
independence people 5,746; Mississippi, 4,314; Missouri, the American consuls are withdrawn.
and until I do see them it will be im
Mexico. bill: is drawn in settlement of a bona
10,822; Montana, 1,046; Nebraska, Reports tonight from Admiral
Canvass Will Be Made to Secure Five "The feeling and intention of the 4,882; Nevada, 474; New Hampshire, fide agricultural or commercial trans- possible for me to render my final report Fletcher at Vera Cruz give the American

Hundred Dollars to Assist government in this matter are not I ,054; New Jersey, 549; New York, action, and especially that it does not casualties of today's fighting as

based upon politics. They go, much >,049; North Carolina, 5,168; North represent money borrowed for rein- "It is my intention today to imme three killed and twenty-five wounded.
With Work
deeper than that. They are based,l"i ,. 522; Ohio, 14,496; Oregon, vestment in real estate or stocks and diately increase the offer of reward The dead are D. J. Lane, E. A. Froh-
a genuine friendship for the bonds. This will doubtless require a for such information as I have pre
upon- i 1,568; Pennsylvania. 21.538: Rhode lichstein, E. B. Fisher, all seamen.
The Orlando Board of Trade has Mexican people and a profound inter-j i Island, 1,420; South Dakota, 2,700; I special form of note, and I do not I viously mentioned to the amount ol No mention is made of the Mexican

given its approval to a plan to raise est in the re-establishment of their South Carolina, 1,494; Tennessee,! very well see how the regional bank $5,000. losses.
five hundred dollars,to assist with the constitutional intelligently these bills "I am now engaged in drawing up
system. 6,120; Texas, 8,458; Utah, 950; Ver- can pass on Thenavy and war departments tonight
work of building a highway which "Whatever unhappy circumstancesor mont, 1,266; Virginia, 3,000; Wash- without a more or less elaborate sys- my formal report, which will be submitted concentrated their attention on

will give a much shorter route to the necessities may arise this object ington, 2,356; West Virginia, 2,778; tem of affidavits and reports. to you as soon as the same preparations for an important land

coast than the travelers now have an will be held steadily in view and pur- Wisconsin, 6,548; Wyoming, 462; Arizona 'In fact, it has been seriously pro I has been finally completed. I desire, battle, which is expected almost hour-

opportunity to traverse. sued with consistent purpose, so far I 362; New Mexico, 660; Districtof posed, in order to carry out the manifest -I however, to anticipate the same in i ly at Vera Cruz. The dispatches received

The new route is by way of Geneva, as this government is concerned. Columbia, 898; Oklahoma, 500. requirements of the act, to have I these respects: by the president informed him

and a portion of the road is being "But we are dealing with facts. all commercial borrowers whose bills "1. The murder was unquestionablythe that Gen. Maas with 1,500 men was

built by land companies. The other Wherever and whenever the dignityof are regularly to be used for redis- crime of a pervert of homicida about to be joined by an additional
part of the road which is the shorter the United States is flouted, its tendencies of the most pronounced
STATE PHYSICIANS Will HijlD count at the central reserve bank, force of 1,200 men, and that with this
end, is to be built by popular sub international rights or the rights of keep their financial statements on file type. total of 2,700 he would endeavor to

scription. The Geneva board of trade its citizens invaded, or its influence THREE[[ DAY Y SESSION H HERE[ [ with the reserve bank, and have all ."2. That Leo M. Frank is not a pervert recapture Vera Cruz from the Amer

has subscribed $1,500, and the Orlando rebuffed where it has the right to at- other paper registered at that institu- and is innocent of the murder icans.

board agreed to raise $500. Th tempt to exercise it, this governmentmust tion. It is pointed out that only in for which he has been convicted. To meet the attack the Americans
committee in charge of this list is deal wth those actually in con "3. That James Conley-and he
Preparations Being Made to Arrange this way would it be practicable for now have about 6,000 marines and
composed of Messrs. J. H. Reese, trol. It is now dealing with General Program of Events for Enter- the reserve bank to keep track of all alone-is guilty of the murder o:f bluejackets ashore with about 3,000

Charles Lord and C. D. Christ. Any Huerta in the territory he now con- tainment of Visitors its actual and potential borrowers, or Mary Phagan, and, further, he is a marines entrenched three miles out of

member of the committee is author- trols. That he does not rightfully rather of all the firms and corpora- pervert of the type heretofore de- Vera Cruz in the path of the advanc-

ized to receive subscriptions. The control it does not alter the fact that tions whose paper might be presented scribed. ing Mexicans. This, was announced
list of contributors is as follows: he does control it. We are dealing, The State Medical association will by the member banks for redis- "All of which I am prepared to today by the president.

Seth Woodruff _______________$10.0 moreover, only with those who come meet in Orlando May 13, 14 and 15, count. prove. The officials of the navy department

Bee-gi-woo-che ______- _______ 10.00C. to his support. With 'these we must I and the Orlando Boaord of Trade will "There are 372 banks in the Atlanta -1 "Very truly yours, believe the American forces

C. Christ _________________ 10.00 deal. They do Hot lawfully representthe co-operate with the local medical society district, with a capital and surplus. "WILLIAM J. BURNS." have taken with them several three

Lord & Bradshaw ____,_______ 10.00 people of Mexico. In fact, we re- in entertaining the visitors. of $77,000,000 and deposits of some- inch field pieces to assist the machine

f W. E. Martin ________________ 10.00 joice because our quarrel is not with The formal program has not been thing like $300,000,000. Allowing onlyan BASEBALL RESULTS guns.

i E. F. Sperry ________________ 10.0 the Mexican people and we do not de- issued, but the entertainment pro- average of thirty customers to a Orders will probably be sent to Ad-

Orlando W. & L. Co. ________ 10.0 sire to dictate their affairs. But we gram has been talked over in an informal bank whose paper would be availablefor National League miral Badger tonight to unship some

George W. Phillips __________ 5.00J. must enforce our rightful demands way and but little time will rediscount in Atlanta, this would Boston 9, Brooklyn 1. of the smaller guns on the warshipsand

P. Holbrook _______________ 5.00J. upon those whom the existing authorities be. required to get it into shape for make it necessary to keep more than New York 12, Philadelphia 4. place them in position in the

W. Jackson ...'____________ 5.00J. at the place where we act do, execution.It 10,000 credit files at the regional institution Pittsburg 5, St Louis 1. trenches. It is estimated that Badger,

II. Reese _________________ 5.00 for the time being, represent. is likely that the sessions of the with frequent and accurate Chicago 2, Cincinnati 1. even if he gets no reinforcements fora

The advantages of the road pro- After issuing this statement the association will be held in the Elks reports for each. American League week, will have available about

posed will be many, and will be likelyto president cancelled the day's routine hall or the parlors of the San Juan.I "When these factors are taken into Washington 9, Boston 5. 15,000 sailors and marines for fight

materially increase Orlando's volume !. engagements to devote his attention I The opening part of the program, so consideration, together with the other Cleveland 4, Chicago 1. ing purposes.
of trade. The merchants will be to the Mexican situation. far as the public is concerned, will
functions of Louis 1 Charge
foreign and domestic exchange St Detroit 3. Algara, representing the
called on to contribute on the ground I!!I I consist of the usual welcome addresses I do not very well see howthe Philadelphia 3, New York 5. Huerta government, left Washington
that it will be an investment rather INSTITUTE IN HOME ECONOMICSAT es and responses, and the physicians bank tonight
regional located at Atlantacan Federal accompanied by three private -
than a donation. I ZELLWOOD, APRIL 28 I will get settled to the serious workof get along with less than four League detectives. The secret service
The road is to be known as the Confirming information that has the session. hundred and five hundrec Pittsburg 6, Brooklyn 5. men will
I' I perhaps Indianapolis 1, St. Louis 3. accompany Algara as far as
Orlando-Indian River highway. already appeared, an institute will Instead of a banquet the local medical clerks." the Canadian
I'I be held as above, in which Miss Agnes I society will probably tender the Chicago 9, Kansas City 1. made in New border.York city.No stop will be

BANKS TO CLOSE MONDAY Ellen Harris, of Tallahassee, state visitors a barbecue, believing the A branch of the Christian Endeavor Baltimore 4, Buffalo 3. ,

\agent for women's work; Mr. }Ici change from the usual order will be Society was organized in Sorrentolast Southern League COMPANYC*

Monday, April 27th, being a legal!i. Quarrie, state agent for farmers' cooperative -I refreshing to the physicians. Friday night by Mr. and, Mrs Nashville 1, Memphis 0. Post Orlando, Fla., April 24,1914.

holiday in the state of Florida, the'I work; and Mr. Baker, coon It is expected that there will be a t Edgar A. Strother, of the Presbyterian Chattanooga 3, Atlanta 1. Special Order No. 110.

State Bank, Orlando Bank & Trust ty demonstration agent, will partici- least a hundred visiting physicians in mission at Shanghai, China. The Birmingham 7, Montgomery 2. AH members of Company C
Co., and People's National Bank will pate. Canning and allied home topics the city on that occasion. organization starts off with twenty New Orleans 2, Mobile 2. Twelve infantry, are hereby ordered

be closed for business on that day. : will be discussed and elucidated, perhaps two active and seven associate mem innings; darkness. at their armory, in uniform to report -

4-24-3t 1 i a canning club will be organized.It THE WEATHER bers. Mr. and Mrs. Strother spent South Atlantic League 7:30 p. m. tonight, for orders. at

I will certainly be an interesting oc- Albany 8, Macon 2-
the winter in Leesburg; They were By order. of 4
Latest music, latent books, fine sta i casion, and as the first of its kind in Florida: Fair Friday. Saturday,, in Gainesville during the Christian: Jacksonville 5, Columbus 0. EGBERT C. MOORE

t tionery. Curtis & O' 'eal, next post'Orange county will attract general probably showers in northwestern Endeavor convention which was hel
office. Come and see us. attention. portion. there a few weeks ago. Savannah 7, Charleston 2. the Post.

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

9 and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate 1 For Economy and Purchase Pow.

J -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take '. er of your money, Try Wright's" ,

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

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f_.'WRIGHT 4 trees, two story house, barn,
f AMERICANS INVEST CITY OF ,and property owners to prevent fir PREACHING AT ANTIOCH wRF.M3Y. SEED COFORRCALLblAfE best of water, three lakes. Snap .

\ [ VERA CRUZ ing by individuals from the sheltersof w < iHATS Ott 9L'
their houses upon United States bargain
I Rev. K. D. Davis, of Jacksonville,
Washington, April .-Some 3,000 forces or upon any one else. Such firing I will preach at Antioch Primitive Bap-
marines and bluejackets from the by irregulars not members of an I
I tist church on Sunday at 11 o'clocka.
Vera Cruz were organized military force is contraryto
American fleet at .
m. and 8 o'clock p. m. Rev. Davisis
landed early today to take the town. the laws of war; if persisted in it district evangelist of the South and HMMMililitlMMMIIIMIIII
will call for severe measures. 41111111111111'111111111111111111111111111'lllltOrlando
The customs house was taken yester- East Florida Primitive Baptist asso-
"(Signed) F. F. Fletcher, Rear Admiral -
with loss the American
day, a on ciation. He is
a strong gospel preacher. -
' of.four men killed and twenty wounded. U. S. N."Commander.detached squadron U. attend. The these public services.is cordially invited to Bank & Trust Co

By noon the American forces were S. Atlantic fleet"Sentinel
in the center of the city. They met Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914 -
with some resistance.The want advertising bringsthe Kissimmee is to have a brass band.
state department received a probable buyers to see your prop- The city council and board of trade RESOURCESReal
message from Consul Canada at Vera erty. have both contributed liberally and
Cruz at 11:45 o'clock this morning.It the citizens generally are lending Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37
said: Try the Sentinel Job Department. their money and good wishes.illlilHIiilMilliiMMIiiMlllilllMMm Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

"Have sent messengers to all hotel --- -- Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
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keepers to reopen their establish- Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
: ments which will be given full pro- |MMIIIIIMIMmiMMHHIMIMMMIMMMMIMMM'< Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02
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I.: tection. Customs house and ware-
house were on fire but now extin- $904,906.09
Sewing Time !
guished. Now informed that American -, LIABILITIES

troops have been ordered to advance : Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
to take possession of the city. : Re-Discounts None
Informed also that first two sectionsof IS NOWHERE I Bills payable None
the train from Mexico City arrived

here before the fighting commenced i, Deposits . . . . . .,. 770,793.72Due
yesterday morning. Third section on to Banks and Bankers 2,832.59
its way but not heard from. Major

Catlin, who, with a force of 300 marines $904,906.09
f ,
I just landed to assist Captain EVERY SEWING

Neville, total number of forces
says well in Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91
landed 3,000. Our forces now MACHINE
center of city: I now believe fighting Deposits April 11th, 1914 :. . . 770,793.72

will be" stopped within less than an in the city is just humming, and every woman in townis Increase in 37 days . . . . 121o08,81
hour. getting herself and her family into the prettiest cloth
Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38
ing imagineable, as quickly as she can.
llth 1914 . . .
ADMIRAL FLETCHER WARNS '. Deposits April . 770,793.72

CITIZENS AGAINST FIRING How About Your Machine? j; Increase in 100 days . . . .. 24 ,626.34 .

Admiral Fletcher's proclamation to Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
the mayor, chief of police and citizens Is it doing your work as you would like to have it? or
The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
i of Vera Cruz read: is it running hard, dropping the needles, etc., if this
Trust Co. desire to their appreciation to their
"It has become necessary for the is so you had better COME IN AND SEE the FREE Ii express
friends and customers for making such statement
. naval forces of the United States of MACHINE, the finest sewing machine made today. The sible. a pos
America now at Vera Cruz to land FREE is the most wonderful machine that was ever madeIt
and assume military control of the is far superior to the "old line" machines that have not ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK

customs wharves of Vera Cruz. Your the newest improvements of the FREE. if?.*.*.*.* j J JJ.M *J J J J J J J J I* fr
co-operation is requested to preserve THE ROTOSCILLO MOVEMENT, EIGHT SETS OF ::'::::II ',:: ::::::: :

order and prevent loss of life. BALL BEARINGS, AUTOMATIC LIFT, AUTOMATIC
"It is ,not the intention of the { LOCKING DRAWERS, AUTOMATIC TENSION REt NOTICE
United States naval forces to inter- LEASE, SHUTTLE EJECTOR, HEAD LATCH, AUTO-
; fere with the administration of the ; ; MATIC THREAD CONTROL, etc., as well as the ROTARY Change of Schedule Clyde St. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Johns River SteamersUntil ..
civil affairs of Vera Cruz more thanis ; ; SPOOL PIN, SELF THREADING SHUTTLE, further notice the steamersof Osteopathic Physician OPTICAL REPAIRING
necessary for the purpose of main- I and other late improvements makes the FREE first this line will leave Sanford at
taining a condition of law and orderto ; choice of all who have investigated-Come in and try 11:30 o'clock a. m. 132 Orange Avenue
enforce such sanitary conditions as ;; ; the FREE before deciding.
N. M. TUPPER, SuptJ.
y' Next door to People's Bank,
are needed to meet military require- B. CALDER, Agent
ments. I THE FREE SEWING MACHINE CO. Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914- up-stairs. Acute and chronic
"It is desired that the civil officialsof diseases treatedTelephone

Vera Cruz shall continue in the C. HUGH DAVIDS If you want your bicycle fixed in
peaceful pursuit of their occupations. Mgr. a hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578.Put DR. L H. RAMSDELL
Shop. 12-5-tf.
Under these conditions full protectionwill I OPTOMETRIST
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in tie Sentinel
States naval forces. I cheapens and simplifies any real estate -
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HENCUPBOARD LIFE AT VERA CRUZ spend your valuable time asking

your neighbors and friends to look ,:

Uneeda Biscuit Washington, April 22. "I'm sorry, up a house or rooms for you when I SilliER' CAFE
terribly sorry," declared President I you can get the most I,

Nourishment-fine fla- Wilson today when news of the fight- valuable selections from the columnsof ,
vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. ing at Vera Cruz reached him. Head the Morning Sentinel? I II
late fruits such as peaches I
THE All hoped that the city might be occupied I
f es. plums. grapes apples. American marines without Open from 6 a, m. to 12 p. m. : .
etc., make admirable jellies. Fully for 5 cents, in the by MiniimtmmtMtttn

ripe but not overripe fruit is -required moisture-proof package. loss of life. ,I.

for this purpose. All fruit must As the president came to his office .

be carefully picked washed and draind. his head was bowed and his face was For SaleI ,,

Acid fruits make the best jellies.A a study in deep feeling. He has determined .
Announcement is hereby made the Orlando Hotel .
: by
Novel Jelly. however, there shall be no have the following

Uncooked Jelly.-This may be made backward step. He is trying to avert properties which I offerat Co., to. the patrons of the Orlando cafe and all others,
with any fruit which will Jell. Take war and prevent further bloodshed, .

equal parts of the fresh fruit and = l ,,lBiioet but he realizes that the American I ATTRACTIVE PRICES singular and in crowds, that on and after :
granulated sugar. Mash the fruit or .
people want to see the dignity of prior to going north:
put It through a fruit press or colander and continuing from that date until further notice that .:
and stir with a wooden spoon until all their flag upheld. For the present One California Bungalow I

the sugar Is dissolved; then pour into the United States will content itself ; one two-story house the cafe will be open for service from six o'clock of the :

glasses and let it stand uncovered for a by holding the customs house at Vera ( lot. '
) Intending morning until twelve o'clock of the night with
week in a cool dry place. When a Cruz, collecting duties and preventing a .
will do well J
buyers get I .
thin sugary crust appears on the top shipments of arms from reaching il
It be with and in touch with me on
may covered paraffin BiscuitRound
Huerta. Tampico is the next objective. -
put away in a cool place to keep. After above properties, whichare II. APRIL 25th WHICH IS SATURDAY
standing for a few days it will be firm
thin, tender- both new and well
like other
jelly. with a delightful flavor PLANTS- PLANTS located. SPECIAL MENU FROM 8 TO 12 .
With Plenty of Spice.

Spiced Apple Jelly.-To every half -appropriate forluncheon IN THE EVENING CONSISTING I
I pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy FRED B. DALE .
allow of
peck of sour apples a quart tea and dinner. Hall and Porto Rico sweet
vinegar, a pint of water, an ounce of OF UNUSUAL AND FANCY DISHES
zo cents.CRAHAM. plants. P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Cas-
,cloves and an ounce and a half of tle, Fla. 4-21-10t 306 ANDERSON STREET .
stick cinnamon. Boil all together and

drain through a jelly bag overnight. 4 Who is your painter and decorator? PHONE 376 {

To each pint of juice allow a pound of If you are satisfied keep the one you tttfliattttttnttitttttitiiItttnttttttttilMtMlttU ,

sugar and boil until it jellies. t have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, The ORLAND will make a specialty during the sum- I
Quince Jelly.-This may be made No. 636. 120tiForSa1e

from the parings of quinces with a mer of ice creams, cakes, salads, and other cooling and
little of the whole fruit added. Seeds .
till I111I I1111 11111 III lit.
and the blossom and stem end of the I health preserving foods. I &
fruit must be removed. Nearly cover Shoe Repairing ; .

the and fruit then with strain water overnight cook through until soft a CRACKERSA | : by PARCEL POST ; I.: _..TIE SURE THAT YOU VISIT THE ORLANDO._. ':

jelly bag. Take a half pint of sugarto l ,
a pint of juice. Let the juice boil 1'111'11'1111111111111"11111111111111111111111'
food for every day. Men's Half Soles, 7se to 8se "
from fifteen to twenty minutes. Heat '
Modern 8-room : Ladies' Half Soles, 60e to 75c I
some sugar in the oven, skim the juice Crisp, tasty and
and add to the sugar. Let it boil fora strengthening. Fresh House 2 doors : Children's Half Soles, $0c to 750 tIIOIIIIIIJIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.' .

few minutes and then pour Into Hand Turned Soles, $Loo

glasses. A combination quince and ap baked and fresh de west of Wyom- : Heels Repaired, 250 '

pIe jelly may be thus made by using livered. 10 cents. ri SuffifflerOur
All work returned in 24 hours. >
one half apples and one half quinces. ing Hotel. Bar: Orders without remittance re- '

Using Tart: Fruits. turned C. O. D. We pay

Plum Jelly.-Take plums that are gain. : return postage.

just ripe. Place them on the fire in I
+ the preserving kettle with water I new line for the Spring
; : A. Hanson I
enough to half cover them. Boll until : i \ and Summer season of 1914 is

soft and then put them into the jelly A. L Bentley, : 19 East Pine Street now complete. Never in the history -
bag and drain overnight In the morning :I +
measure the juice add an equal 10 L AMELIA AVENUE : of our business have we

quantity of sugar, boil and skim. Whenit I '. .. ., .. .. .. ... been able to show such a line of
is thick enough to jell which may till .1 0 II C I J III11 Mt Hit
new and timely goods for Eas-
be tested by allowing it to drop slowly
from a spoon pour Into jelly glasses. tllll IIIOI.lllalllllA ter selling. Our line of Dress .

cover and put away to keep.kaJf Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery
Buy biscuit baked by To THE WEST Genuine Bargain Ready-to-Wear goods and

notions is complete-the stylesare
NATJONAL VIASMINOUILLI in Real EstateGood varied enough to suit

BISCUIT the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
COMPANY ( MinDLv with connected eight-room kitchen, every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the

Always look for that name Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm twenty acres first class landal Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from 1
k fiENiJUPBOARD Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm I cleared, 315 bearing the 1st until the 12th of Apri 1 at 15 to 25. per cent
Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm cheaper than the regular prices.
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. L..ll:10 Orange Trees, in first class
pm will
We appreciate and be than to show
more pleased
-- - -_ Lv Tioton.. Ga.. A. C. L____ 1:15 am I I condition, fine bloom. Landcan i
I Ar Albany, Ga.:, A. C. L____ 2:40 am'' easily be sub-divided you our line if you will call on us.

VEGETABLE SANDWICHES.eee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. "DEATH TO GRIXGOES" CRY OF Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:53 am into five-acre tracts, is on
MEXICANS Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am i iI
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am I road to Conway, 21.2
j LUNCHEON MENU. : Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p miles from Court House,
Minced Ham. -e Eagle Pass, Tex., April 22.-Pie- Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 I'IIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
pm road on two sides, main m New York tore
: Hashed and Browned Potatoes. : dras Negras, opposite Eagle Pass; Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm '\ road will be bricked this I argain i
S Mushroom Sandwiches. eS was evacuated by the federal garrison II Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm I
Coffee Coffee.Jelly. I. after of wild Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm year. Has rural delivery,
early today a night excitement -
!jAr Carbondale,}11., I. C____12:13 am I and shool wagon. Sold to III'
.e.e..eeeeee..e.eee.eee.eeVEGETABLE This morning more than
2,000 refugees came to the American Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am close and estate. CHEAP .
sandwiches make a for cash
to the lunch side for protection.All Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C._____ 1:38 am or very reasonable
been Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:30 am I terms will be made. tttttMimitmimtttiMiMttBHiiniBeck
eon menu. They are nice to federal forces have or-
Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am
serve with the afternoon cup of tea or dered by General Maas to concentrateat ; LORD & BRADSHAW
Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am
in any capacity In which sandwichesare Saltillo "to repel the American in- Ar Chicago, III, I. C.______ 7:50 am Exclusive Agentstttttttttttttttttttntttt J I.
used. Sandwiches as hors d'oeuvres &
vasion. Last night when the peopleof Payne'sCash
should be small. Solid Through Trains-Composed of i
The Bread to Use. Piedras Negras learned that Amer- observation, compartment, drawingroom -
ican marin, had occupied Vera Cruza section, sleeping cars, and faze II
Bread which is hours
dozen offices reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville -
old is the best. The bread should be recruiting were opened and and LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN ,
Chicago, Jacksonvilleand
cut in slices about an eighth of an inch and arms issued to volunteer compa- St. Louis. All meals in dining: While in Chattanooga take "Dixie" Grocery

thick. The slices should then have the nies as fast as organized. More than or "News" sightseeing automobilesfor

crust taken off and be cut into strips. 1,200 volunteers, it was said, enlisted car.For f lets and Pullman car reser- Lookout Mountain, Point Park,
triangles or stamped' fancy shapes during the evening. rations, all on
Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
with, a cutter.Watercress. Crowds formed and marched W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent,
and Cheese Sandwiches.- or Ridge and historical points. For reservations STAPLE fANCY GROCERIES[ [

Take club cheese; then chop fine an through the streets shouting "Deathto D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, address 910 Market street.

equal quantity of olives and water the Grongos!" until the cry be- Atlantic Coast Line, 33Apr.23

cress and add to the cheese with may. came a chant in every street. Orlando.T. .

onnalse to make the right consistency Excitement became intense and then I I Nice new stock. White Rose

for spreading. &ix well; then spreadon came the announcement that General S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone Buy your garden seed Just from received DeLaney -
& Abernethy. a
thin slices of white whole wheat
bread. or I Guajardo was preparing to evacuatethe 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf I I big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf brand Canned goods, Fox River Butter 1.

Piquantly Seasoned. town. In a few minutes the excitement -

Mushroom Sandwiches.-Cut mush had died down and the rush "Pride" the butter-
rooms into small pieces and cook in but for the American side of the river be-

ter until tender. Season with salt-and gan. The new volunteers who had .i ine. Call and investigate. We

paprika and add enough thick ,cream just been proclaiming their intentionof
to make a suitable consistency for
spreading. Add a little lemon juice fighting the Americans soon were 1 \ meet all cash prices.
sending their families to the American
and the least grating of nutmeg and -

apply on thin slices of bread. side for protection.At I

Cucumber Sandwiches. Slice one 1 o'clock this morning the inter- 11 West Robinson Avenue

thin cucumber. Marinate in French national bridge was blocked by refu- ,
Then the slices of
dressing. place cu.
gees. The bridge was finally dosed
cumber on buttered brown bread. li
sprinkle with chopped olives place another by immigration officers and prepara-
slice of buttered bread on top tions made to handle the throng at Water & Light Co. 11111111111111111111111011110111".11111111111.1111..

and press together.; Trim off the da>light A company of United

crusts and cut in triangles. States soldiers and customs and immigration -

Some Odd Combinations. officers opened .the bridge- tlllllllllllllllllllll'I'IIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllt>

Mixed Vegetable; Sandwich.-Chop at dawn and within three hours about

fine six lettuce leaves a little celery. 2,000 persons had crossed, and Pie- ElectricityGas Saturday SpecialsPattern
three boiled beets, half a cupful of
dras Negras was almost deserted.
boiled peas and mix with some French
made mustard. Spread or heap between General Guajardo left a mounted

slices of bread. patrol to prevent desertion and a few Hats Sold at Cost
Bean Salad.-Take a cupful of baked i soldiers in a small fort that com- Water Ice j

beans and rub them to a paste.' Add' mands the bridge, but the main bodyof

to the beans a teaspoonful each of onion federal troops, including the new Voiles and Ginghams at 15c
Juice, chopped parsley and celery. volunteer is camped at Fuentes. per ,
together with an eighth of a teaspoonful Central
West Ave.
Office--No. 18
of made mustard. Take thin slices Constitutionalist leaders say they will

of brown bread and spread the paste not occupy the town until an under- i From 7:30 to 9:30: p. m.

between them. standing has been reached with the

Celery Sandwlches.-Take thin slices United States.Don't t

of celery white between bread them lay the after tops they of young bare Telephone No. 6 i MISSES HllILTON & DUNN

been carefully washed then spread wait for every one in town to
have Entrican the
painter, before
mayonnaise dressingga you try. Am too busy to look you I

La/ up.job. Phone 636, and I will be on 1-20-tf the! I ; Agents for McCall's Barclay Patterns Corsets

r The Sentinel is the newsiest and t

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PLACE OF ODD FELLOWS t'.II.II..II.I.I.II.I.II.llellllllllllllllll.I.*
-i South Florida Sentinel rare treat is in store for loversof
( W. S. Branch) detective stories at the Grand today OUR SEMI-ANNUAL GIGANTIC

:1 MORNING AND WEEKLY If Yon Lind can stir up all this I Lakeland! Fla., April 23.-The fifty-I where "The Race for the Ru-

JOSiAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. trouble by remaining silent, we tremble ninth convention of the Grand LodgeI. bies" will be shown. The action of

K to think what might happen if 0. 0. F., came to a successful close i.. this play is in three reels and is unusually -

Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Flor-. he should begin to talk. this afternoon. Gainesville was se- interesting and exciting from
!. tda. u Second Class Mail Matter. the first scene to the very end of the
< lected as the next meeting place. The
r SUBSCRIPTION RATES Wonder if Villa is "laughing in his following officers were *!ected: Grand film.Those
fi: Daily 1 Year ..........................$&OG who enjoy stories of clever
;. Daily, 6 Month ....................... 2.50 sleeve?" Or has grim visaged war master, M. M. Little, Ocala; A. U. detectives and their work will find
f. Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1-25 the old duffer to Lathrop, Bradentown, deputy grand this tale rivals Conan Doyle's famous SILK SALE
., Daily. '1 Mouth ............:.......... SO brought a point of Sherlock Holmes in action
master A. M. Cushman Gainesville stories ,
where he has no sleeves? ; ,
t.Y Weekly, 1 Year ..............:........ 1.00 secretary; W. A. Holhouser, St. Pe- interest and breathless excitement.
i Weekly, 6 Months ..................... .75 Some rubies that are almost without .
e' I /31d men for counsel and young tersburg, grand treasurer; represent- price are stolen, officers and detect-

TO ADVERTISERS: I men for war." If Woodrow and William ative to sovereign grand lodge at Atlantic ives are put on the trail and the race
1:< W. H. Malone is on. The intense excitement does
. J. wish any first class counselwe City, Key West.It ,
all Uhtr hand-stt
Copy for display and not abate during the entire three
f. adfcrtiiiiir vnit be handed in at the business are open for engagements. But was voted to establish an orphans' reels in which an automobile and an

'of the Hue day.f before the Sentinel publication.not later This than rule 2 applies p. m. our time is too much occupied to go home at Gainesville, the managing express train race side by side for

1 U chance for contract advertising; it is down there and be made a target for board being J. B. Conrad, DeLand; several miles, and many other inci-
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. ; dents take place that will stir the ri ( ( ( (l
r the Mexican sharpshooters. J. W. Blanding, Gainesville; J. C. hearts of the most phlegmatic. Need- 40ays4pr124125,27 a s

f Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Connally, Mrs. Mattie Taylor, St. Pe- less to say right is triumphant in the ,
o: should notify the office in writing on Mrs. Nettie Gunn Gaines- end and the returned
tersburg; gems are safelyto
has the about
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Jacksonville money 0
continued at the subscription rates ville. The orphans' home will be their owner.
i- until notice to stop is received. all raised for the reunion. We once Besides this feature three other THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY I
housed in the Odd Fellows sanitariumand
heard a lady remark that her husband reels will be shown, including the
orphans, old Odd Fellows and "movie" Mr. G. M. An-
popular star
was such an expert
t FRIDAY, APRIL U, 1914.
Rebekahs will be cared for derson in "Broncho and the Red
that he could go out and sell a bill as if 4 Days of Rapid Selling
of goods to a fence post. We are inclined soon as the building can be gotten in The musical will be start-
The who shot at :Mayor MitChel program of Profit
14 man shape. 4 Days Killing II
to believe that if the Times- ed by the overture "Sunny Sicily..
refused the services of a lawyer,
The will consist of six
Union should start out to raise ten
, and yet they say he's insane. thousand dollars for Jacksonville, VIRGINIA GIRLS GO TO WEDDING and pieces his and'cello.TRUCKERS will. include Mr. HauseU 4 Days oi Actual Losses

t Many of the papers o are saying that among would pretty the newsboys near do of it.the city Not, they that IN MADRID TAKE NOTICE ijAnd to you-4 Days of Money Saving

,, Orlando has given a contract for one Richmond, Va., April 23.-A considerable
the T.-U. has raised all of the reunion Schnarr's No. 3 will kill and keep Economies
:r million brick; they probably think fund, but they have been a very active company of the fairest, gay- the Hessian flies and other sucking
that five million is a rather hefty fig- force. est element in Richmond society has insects off the watermelons, canta-

for Orlando but that is the size loupes, tomatoes and potatoes. Guar-
ure been impressed for participation in
'If" anteed to give satisfaction or money It will be up to you, yourself, to take every possible ad
of the order that was placed.o There seems to be quite a differenceof the wedding of Kermit Roosevelt and refunded. J. Schnarr & Co., manu- vantage of this Great Price Reduction event, for
o Miss Bell Willard, who will be mar- facturers, rear 51 West Church street, I "
opinion as to proper pronun- "Truth Will Out, as an old saying runs, and when we
The Palm Beach Post has discovered ried in Madrid time this Orlando, Fla. 424d&wtfMMfMIMIHimiltlltM
Spain, some
ciation of the Huerta but
name everybody Cut Prices, Kill Profits and Endure Losses in order to
:f a new candidate for congressional spring. .
; can pronounce Tampico and "- :: ; make our sales extremely interesting events, the news
al honors-Shef Wright, a drug drum- most everybody knows that Vera Two of the bridesmaids chosen are of such proceedings are bound to spread from the very

"i mer. But Shef won't run this time. Cruz is properly pronounced as Miss Gay Montague and Miss Vir ; first day. We intend this sale to be one of the very
He admits that he be in the T HOURIHAN
may ginia Christian. They will sail for
it Vara Kroos. best have
- though were spelled we ever had. BEST for Values, BEST for

race two years hence. Villa is not difficult to pronounce but Spain shortly before the weddingdate. Licensed Plumber and quantities of bargains and BEST for qualities. COME!

there indications that his Kermit Roosevelt is expectedsoon and afterwards what
are name figure up you have saved by
J The war of words in Miami over to come out of the South Amer- Sanitary Engineer
will be "Mud" before this cruel war is coming-'Twill not only.astonish you, but still furj
j: deep water and street car franchisesis over. About the worst looking name ican wilds, where he has been with Promptly Estimates Attended furnished.to. 'obbing ther cement the confidence you have in our honest

proving a profitable battle for the in the list is Chihuahua, but simply his father. The Colonel and Kermit of values and Price Reductions. FOR 4 DAYS ONLYl

newspapers. They are selling space say Che-wa-wa, and you have it will both start at once for Spain. I PHONE 6z9 t

by the page to allow the heated partisans Miss Bell Willard, Kermit's fiance, 106 Court Street a

i an opportunity to get it out of While in Jacksonville the other daywe is the daughter of Joseph E. Willard, I f HERE ARE A FEW OF THE SNAPSJACQUARD A

} their systems. This is so much better had a pleasant chat with Mr. Willis of Virginia, who is ambassador to ORLANDO, FLORIDA CREPE DE CHINE I ,

ft than allowing the papers to do all Spain, which station accounts for the 4-2l-1mHMIIIIMMIIMMMIiiMl
M. Ball, the editor in chief of the I I A dainty semi-shear fabric that is positively exquisite for summer
the fighting without of the in Madrid.
pay. staging wedding
Times-Union. Mr. Ball said he
was abig
' wear. In full range of self colors, and also a large assortment o|
' o- boy when "Whispering Bill'* Spierwas I ; dainty floral effects, including the quaint Dutch patterns. Regu
Some time ago an Orange county in Tallahassee. t 1111.11 t
a young man up | lar 50c, 60c, 75 to $1.00, Sale price
nurseryman advised those who were He recalled a very humorous story --------------39 cts i

' setting out new groves to plant Valencia I about a big scare the boys gave Bill A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX TUB SILKS k
1 orange trees. His advice seems : occasion. 36-INCH CHINESE SHANTUNG -
on one The Spiritualists
A Wash Silk that is all silk-
:t to be vindicated in the prices that had been and CO
holding meetings THE PALMS AUTO pure silk-a silk to wear and a
(The Genuine Fabric) .
s" this variety is now bringing, $4.50 a seances until the town was well silk that really washes well
ox. It was his prediction at the without discoloration. In all All I.Pure Spun Silk: Free fromFilling.
worked with excitement and the
up REO MOTOR CARS Heavy Weight. Before
the new Roman stipe effect hair
, time that the demand for this
orange made to Bill the New Tariff
boys up a plan give a lines and solid stripes. AH on regulations
:. would never,be satisfied. shock. Mr. Ball and another young For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a white and cream grounds, Regular came into operation we sold

man had prearranged a question and and accessories. Have force 90c and $1.00. Sale this quality: very largely at
full stock of a good
I The guns will boom in the fourth supplies Price .. .. . ... $1.65. While our stock lasts,
an answer which was to come from of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely Your choice . ... .
. district race at St. Cloud, :Monday, the spirits. They got Bill out in the a 62 cts
May 4, and will continue from that dark, Ball left the room and-we are guaranteed. 79 cts ;

point clear around the shoestring district not going to tell the rest of the story 23 PATTERN DRESSES .
f The candidates will be in Or- for it would take "Whispering Bill" Maxwell 25, $800, Equipped in Orlando In heavy Canton Silk Crepe de 36-1NCH JAPANESE CORAII
Chine-all silk. Beautiful selC- SILKS
lando Wednesday evening, May 6. all the rest of the summer to explain colored designs! charming ex-
A fine corded in colored
weave two
1 The time is growing short, and after how it happened. Ask William himself clusiveness in every inch of the stripe ,efects. Washes

the speaking campaign the canvass about it. material They arived too late beautifully and wears well Excellent .
j will have been practically closed. The THE PALMS AUTO CO for our general trade.: Our the value for Toe. You may
loss. Yours the gain. $10.00
-l joint debates will end in Key West on have your choice during the sale
Opening of Piano Studio April 15th. was the price. Yours for for ;. .. . .".
J May 23. The primary takes place For particulars address Mac Tall- f
& FOX $6.98
I June 2.The man Care Grand Theater, or Phone 49 CtS
No. 239 from 11 to 12
a. m. I
ambitious way in which Flori-
da does things is illustrated in the ( << Dyed)
II 111111111111111111111.1111111111111111111111111111111.I Positively no need to reduce An exquisitely! corded weave
erection of a court house by Palm that positively beautiful into
this grand quality, but simply .IS
Beach county to cost two hundred t WE HANDLE PURE OLIvE OIL carry out the Store's PriceIt.S !richly draping qualities. A y
t. thousand dollars. A Georgia papersays ITALIANA Reduction Policy during the distinct favorite this season. In
sale-the whole range, which every possible wanted color, for
:t., there is only one court house inI. trial order of this guaraniMcELF teed imported Olive Oil will convince you. Call or Phone 20tOY'S includes every wanted color, street, evening or reception

that state which is any more costly goes on sale at ....... .. wear. Our.pnce has been and
than the one proposed in the Florida PHARMACYt will be again $1.00 )'d., but for
I. county, and that is the Fulton county 75 cts the 4 days of rapid selling you
have what you want for
: temple of justice. Atlanta is the seat Full half pint 35c; full quar $1.25. We handle also Pompeian brand 25c half pint. "CHENEY" FOULARD SILKS 79 cts
of Fulton and ,
county, consequently $1.00 quart.
PROOF. 100 of the daintiest
i it is probably the most wealthy count this ,,
.MMIMIMMMMMMIHII ItlltmiltlllliillllliliiMllillllMIMIHIIIIIMItM'Are patterns produced by 'ell&OIXCII CREPE METEOR
,fi ty in Georgia. known manufacturer for this FINEST-ALL SILK, Too well
o season's trade. Every design
known to eulogize We
The board of met in exclusive to this store and no
equalizers han all the newest colors. Always
two alike. Thereshouldn't
Ocala a few nights ago and were up be any need to reduce sold at 200. The Profit-

until three o'clock in the morning en- them from their original prices killing price is .. ...

gaged in their work. This does not I of $7.00 and $8.00, but "Price S1.69"COURTAULD'S"
Reduction" rules and out
indicate work in be- ,
necessarily good go at . . ... .. : SILK
half of the public welfare, but it is
! pretty sure that this is a true indi- ..
One of the daintiest and most
cation. The equalizers in Ocala are 'J You Invitedto 36-INCH CHIFFON TAFFETA popular All Silk Fabrics wov

, advising the people not to be alarmed In dainty stripe, check and en. In every wanted coloring,
" at the increase in valuations becausethe chamelon effects. They are ultrafashionable tone and half tone in vogue this
a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea to say the !least. season. We cannot buy them

millage will be proportionatelyreduced. gift to hostess is in good taste? If so we are sure Regular values $1.25, $1,50 to today at our sale price of
The sooner all Florida towns your $2.00, for rapid selling ...

and counties reach a basis of real you will be interested in our display of the newest and 98 CtS SU5

values the better it will be for all
most artistic designs inCUT

Editor Frank Mayes o of the Pensa- GLASSThere S 40-Inch Imported Crepe Meteor. Every Thread Pure

cola Journal attempted not long sinceto Silk. Zurich Manufacture

elucidate for Editor Mack of the are so many odd pieces and attractive sets
This is a lot of oddments and short ends (but none

Jacksonville State the question of the f here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. too short for a dress or a waist) that we intend to see

.- difference between progressive and We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe the last of, and so with that intention in mind (there is

reactionary. The Pensacola editor the color that you want amongst them) :you may have
cited Moses and Napoleon and a few more acceptable.T.H.Evans.
choice of
your a $2.00 quality
other prominent figures of history as

progressive and their vanquished an- ,. at79c

tagonists as reactionary. From whichwe

conclude that if you win you're

progressive and if you lose you're re-

actionary. Whereat we recall with

vivid recollection' the impression of

many years ago the "Sic semper ty. a

rannis" seal of Virginia, the heel of: Dickson-Ives Co1

the victor on the neck of the bully

that had fallen. The gent in the fore-
the JewelerOPPOSITE
ground was a progressive; we knowit

since the Pensacola editor's eluci- ,

dation. But some of the papers are .

finding fault with his definition, and POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENTAL STORE i

we really think it would be better in

such close questions to follow the example -


tion to be just so: "A progressive is I
a progressive." .,**. HIM . . ..



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1 I I FAVORITE THEATRE j (fir Oi[ =l]

i Y ll Mll t t J S. S. !Grittill;r | ROBINSON Open 9 a.A STARKEY m.-to 10:30,-Managers-P. M.-a I Q v

I Admission 5 cents i

D'-:>dDcoD xI I I Dc I Q
DAY if brain worker.That's ODQ>s
you are a tlfI II

the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes BUYS AND SELLS W. C. T. U. UCl It nl Allen's"Ask

that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en. REAL ESTATE 11

.. The W. C. T. U. will meet this af-

gine. ternoon at 3 o'clock in the lecture ... .
-- .
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car room of the Presbyterian church.

600 south of Winter '.
: acres < Your FriendsWhy
amels, Taffies, etc. BIBLE CLASS STUDY
Garden and west of
f FRESH EVERY DAY. ; The Bible Study class will meet at

Gotha, including 10 acre 7:30 this evening at the Methodist they buy from usthey

'< orange grove. The en- church, the Rev. Mr. Metcalf, leader.Ever.body will tell you, it is
invited to be
tire tract covered with

yellow pine timber. Two! JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUEAn BecauseWe
L.L.BUTT'S :. miles of lake shore. :.
important meeting of the Jun-
have the have
423imtimiimtMMMMMMIM: D goods, we T\\
ior Civic League will be held at the
home of pure home-made Candies, I home of Dr. and Mrs. Edwards this the price and give you H

1 afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. A full and prompt, courteous and pleasing

Orange AvenuetililiililllilllHllilMIIMilMllllllllillllHillt prompt attendance is desired. LottieS. service.
T. J. Cochran, employe of Chase & Campbell, chairman.

Co., is able to be out again after hav-

ing had to stay in for several dayson ANDERSONWOLCOTTCards Come and SeeM

account of an accident Monday at

the plant at Isleswcrth.Mr. have been been issued for the M
Mr. W. N. Ruffin, Jr., of Danville,
Chas. E. Rinaldi, one of the marriage of Miss Louise Anderson to
Va., arrived in Orlando yesterdayand Allen & Co.
WADE I popular commercial men of the state, Mr. Osborne G. Wolcott, to take placeat ,
to several in
expects spend days
THE TUNER I returned to Orlando last night afteran the home of the bride's friend,
this section. He is making his headquarters
a' ORLANDO, FLA. extended trip on the road in the Mrs. Lydia T. Barkley, 214 East Rob- Jewelers
at the San Juna.
I interest of the famous Jackson inson avenue, April 29, at 8 o'clockin

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Fort returned Square coffee. the evening. U
Prompt Repairing.
I yesterday from Jacksonville, where Rabbi W. Wittenstein, of Bridge-
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Parker leave j went to take the BAPTIST
they of CHURCH FOR
Johns touring car port, Conn., arrived yesterday to visit SALE Everything Guaranteed.
for their home at St. ,
Mr. T. Crooks which will be
his father, Mr. Peter Wittenstein,
Mich. New York city by Clyde Line. who owns a beautiful orange grove The Baptist church building is of-

Mr. T. C. Keyes, of Eustis, is Mr. aud Mrs. J. T. Craig left yesterday on Lake Fairview. Rabbi Wittensteinis fered for sale, in view of the inten-

among the late arrivals, at the San for their home in Jacksonville, recognized as one of the foremost tion of the congregation to begin the

Juan. after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. N. rabbis in the country, being able and erection of a new building. The lum-

Mr. J. G. Murphy, of Kansas City,'P. Yowell on East Jackson street. eloquent. He will remain with his ber in the old building will be sold,

is in Orlando today, registered at the I Mrs. Craig is a sister of Mrs. Yowell. father for some time. or it will be sold complete with pews, u dJ
windows, etc. Bidders should applyto ===EOI I .
San Juan. Mr. and Mrs. Drew, of
I i Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and chil- Benjamin .
i dren left yesterday for New Orlando, ana Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Robbins ; -- --
Mr. A. N. Goodwin left yesterday Smyrna W. E. STEVENSON, HltfMMIMMIMtmtlMtlllMtMliltlllllMIHIIHSpecial
few Ito attend the wedding of his brother of Southport, N. C., were guestsat
for Greensboro, N. C., to spend a I Chairman Board Trustees, at the
weeks vacation. ,Wilbur S. Griffin, to Miss Lillie Wes- the DeSoto hotel yesterday. Mrs. Phillips Manufacturing Co.

-i tal this evening. at the Congregational Drew and Mrs. Robbins spent several. Bargains
I Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Stineman, of church. days in Tampa and St. Petersburg

South Forks, Pa., are among the popular and were joined by their husbands MARTIN AND STARBIRD GET
Mr. W. H. Caswell, of Bradford CERTIFICATES OF RIGHTSMr.
guests at the San Juan. ,
here before the
yesterday, leaving
!Pa., has bought the Richards place on Every DayWe
Chas. E. Buck, of the Civic Motion city for Orlando.-Tampa Tribune.Dr. .
West Church street, and has been im- W. E. Martin, tax collector and
Picture of Tampa, was in C. 0. Woodward leaves at 5
company proving it. He leaves Sunday for his candidate to succeed himself, and Mr. have the leading Grocery store of Orlando. Try
town yesterday calling on the thea for short to Arcadia
this afternoon trip
home in the North, going by steamer a A. G. Starbird, of Apopka, candidate our excellent brands of
Fort Myers and vicinity, and for commissioner
Merrimac.Mr. county from that
ters.Mr.. and Mrs. J. H. Dean and Mr. I thence to Ocala and Orlando for his district have Tobasco Sauce, Green Seal Salad Dressing, Pepper Sauce,
qualified with the
J. W. Clarke, of New Castle, coun-
Dean's mother, Mrs. J. A. Dean, left next meetings in the evangelistic field ty committee by paying their Armstrong's Onion Salad, Imported Cafers, Pickled
Pa., who bought the Bessie R. Munn assessments -
yesterday for Tampa to spend a few place on West Church street, leaves Mr. Woodward is a very talented and and securing their certificates Onions, Datnut Butter, Burnham's Clam Boulion, Sugar

days.Mr. Sunday, but will return next fall. He earnest preacher and made a most of qualification. They are now qualified Butter, Pitted Prunes.
and Mrs. Geo. A. Wood who favorable impression on people hereof to and
will sail from Jacksonville on the run, are much in the run I
have been spending the winter here, steamer Merrimac. all denominations.-Lakeland Tele ning. Neither has any opposition nor FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY

leave Monday for their home at West gram. is there likely to be any.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Henderson,
Lebanon, N. H.
head of the National Home Mission !
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. W. Home, of New and Rescue Association HOW TOWN IS "SEIZED"To U. D. C. MEMORIAL SERVICE
of America,
York city, are in Orlando today, hav will deliver an illustrated lecture on "seize" a city or town does not THE SANITARY GROCERY

ing arrived yesterday. They are stop_ "Traffic in Souls," Sunday afternoon, necessarily mean to bombard it with ; Sunday 3 P. M., April 26th, Lucerne

at the San Juan. I big When President Wilson Theater
ping April 26th, at 3:30: o'clock, at the guns. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Mr. A. P. Newhart, one of O ee'soldest Favorite theater. ordered the seizure of the customs
house at Vera Cruz it meant the land- Memorial service will be
held inthe 200
and best known citizens 6
was Mr. E. 0. Fisher, of Johnstown, & 8 E Pine Street
the business visitors at ing of marines and the taking poss"es- Lucerne theater Sunday afternoon -
among Pa., who has been the winter
the among sion of the property with force if April 26th, at 3 p m. Contributions -
county capital yesterday.Miss visitors to Orlando, has
a necessary, but the rest of the town of flowers are solicited. Please
Anna Carrick, who has been pretty lot on East Central avenue, i CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
and such persons as did not resist have them at the Lucerne theater at
stopping at the residence of Mr. A. near the home of Mr. Thomas Crooks,
would not be molested. The peaceful 3 o'clock. Any one with autos or FUNERAL DESIGNS
Hufnal, at 606 North Orange avenue, and will erect
a bungalow
seizure of a customs house has not carriages, who will donate the use of t
left yesterday for Waupacket, Wis. thereon this summer to be occupied "11111 lllltllllllllllllllllllll.IIIII'I"II'III"'G
been uncommon when a nation wishedto same conveying flowers and people -
4 Mr. Geo. F. Young, a former citizen -'early in the fall by the family. enforce its demands upon another to cemetery after service will

of Orlando, but now in the mer- Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Mallory are and does not necessarily mean a dec- please communicate with Mrs. M. 0.

cantile business at Hastings, arrived enjoying a visit from Capt. and Mrs.C. laration of war. Overstreet or Mrs. S. G. Dolive.

last night to look after important W. Jones, from North Chatham, Before a city or town may be bombarded Committees on arrangements areas

business affairs. Cape Cod, who are warm friends. forty-eight hours' notice must follows: ,

I These pleasant guests are likewise be given by the commander of the attacking Opera house and conveyances-Mrs.

SLEEPER DISCONTINUEDThe 'enjoying their stay here, regrettingthat force in order that all noncombatants M. 0. Overstreet, Mrs. S. G. Dolive.

sleeper service on the night 'I their time is very limited, as may have ample opportu- Music Mrs. J. T. Fuller. ,

train over the Seaboard railway be- I they must leave today for other nity to retire to a place of safety beyond Address-Miss: Penon. ,

tween Orlando and Jacksonville is to points. the reach of his guns. This is. Decorations-Miss Mary Robinson,
be discontinued, the last sleeper for /
4 according to international law. Bom- and chapter.By .
the leaving here
season tonightAfter
/ ai'YOUR
this date the time of leaving Eat what you want bardment would mean war. order of the president, Deacon-
Eat all
will also be changed, the evening you wantTake ess Parkhill.

train leaving here at 7 o'clock instead For sale a postscript by all durggists.and forget it. Eat what you want Mrs. E. La Rue Bliss, Secretary.
of 8:30, as is now the
Eat all want.
you 4-23-tf
There will be no change in the arriv- l-7-d&w-lyr Take and
a postscript forget itFor
O\ :
ing and leaving time of the morning sale by all druggists.
trains It For the news, read The Sentinel l-7-d&w.lyi Your only assurance of future busi

ness success is knowledge.You .
must "learn before you can
! 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111III lit earn." COST
The road to success is not an easy
one-you must be fitted for the journey .
lest you fall by the wayside.
At The Lucerne Today Strengthen your forces by enlisting
the aid of this successful institution.A .
diploma from this school insures
your future success. use ,

Successors to PAINT
Orlando and St. Petersburg Business I LIQUID
"The Barrier reel Broncho
Royal, a two feature. Colleges

"little Billy's City Cousin," a Keystone comedy. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

"The Fugitive," a one reel Bison. WILL PAY $1.05 CASH for Nancy
Hall and Porto Rico yam potato
slips, fifty to the bunch. Apopka A. L. BECK LUMBER CO.

"Burst Up Homes Murder Case," a one reel Solax.: Plant Co., Apopka, Fla. 4-24-6t Kiln Dried Lumber and Build- .
"'"' "
ing Material. r .. -

Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. ticnr ,t i .
Good Wood $1.50
.. Tonight and tomorrow are laughing nights. en uw'''b :L.dCr

Better( Wood $2 and $2.25 Fyn wx

Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75


Admission First Floor: Adults 19 Cents. Children 5 Cents This won't last long, Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's 'I OSTEOPATHYDR.

ft Stock up while you can. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
{ Balcony: 5 Cents 4 J. C .HOWELL

Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo
Buy your garden seed from DeLa- i
Orlando Wood Yard
ney & Abernethy. Just received a extra charge for house treatment
o big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf I I I Telephone connections
Continuous show from 2 to 10
m. *
p. p. m. : Io4 W. Pine St. ,Office cor. Orange and Central A Tea.

lilllilMlili J *+tlMI Proprietor Garden and field seed. DeLaney & ,i If your paper is not delivered
Lt I Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf;I promptly, don't fail to notify the office.r' .


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UXDERWOOD SAYS U. S. HAS [ tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllili.ORlA .

i (From the'Ganiesrille San) I Washington, April 22.Majority MUNNIMAKERS I By Claude L'EngleDont't

$:J- The Green Room club of Stetson I Leader Underwood announced today O W A ASIIIN6TON I
Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale For Get Stung
. university, in DeLand, is offering a that he did not expect the house to Rent etc., for this column toe for one da?.
prize; of fifty dollars to any student act now on his bill appropriatingmoney We for three days or $LOO for one week, for May bees are good little in I
2 IS words or less. Money must accompany
of Stetson who will write a play for war purposes in Mexico. the advertisements fer this column, as no sects,

which the executive committee shall "We' have plenty of money now unless insertions will be made on credit. But they don't fly in JuneIn DRAWING ROOM

I judge the best of those presented and the president expects to marchto FOR SALE the June primary-

worthy of the prize. Mexico Don't waste time on May SLEEPING CARVIA
City, said Underwood."As An elegant modern home; four bed-

i far as I know, the president has rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- bees.
News comes from St. Augustine no such intention." tricity throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all '

: that the city and county authorities flowers. 509 East Central avenue. right for you in Congress;

r now have contract work well under 2-15-tf. Some other man may be in
way for the erection of a fine reinforced OFFICIALS AXXOUXCE FOR SALE line with progressive De- TLNT1C L COAST T LINE f
t concrete bridge across the San Nursery stock, one, two, three and mocracy.

t Sebastian"river. This will mean the Tokio, April 22.-Japanese officials four year old buds; Foster Early, Some other man may be

1 expenditure of nearly $3,000 in the Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington able to think for the people
today declared the attitude of the
Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahl
next few months. the Mexican after election, OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. 31.t .
in Fla. Phone
Japanese government Apopka, 2222. 3-13-tf
But may be some other man
situation was naturally one of strict '
The contract for the construction of neutrality. FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one won't.

# a three-story hotel at Gulfport has It out that the acre in bearing orange grove; six And may be you'll get ,
was pointed Japanese -
I been awarded to the Beard & French Idzuma at acres cleared; part of land suitablefor stung fooling with him. Tilesifays J allif ll Sa1iiflayFOR J
warship ; was now gardening and trucking; located You know that Claude I
company of Bradentown. The total
Guaymas on the Pacific coast and half mile from city limits on public
cost of the hotel, its furnishings and could arrange for the embarkation of road. Bargain. Address :M. C. B., L'Engle is NOT a may be;

grounds will mean an investment of care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf You know that he .will
about $25,000. The structure will be think and act for you,
FOR SALE 'P. R. O'NEAL City Ticket Agent Telephone 71.
Because he is in Con-
located from the now
K: just across post- Pure Georgia cane smoked
Sentinel want advertising serves syrup;
. office; it will be equipped with all the seeker and the offerer equally. meat, in hams, shoulders and sides; gress doing this very thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

modern improvements.The seed and feed corn; seed peanuts; When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.
field etc. At King's
peas grocery
NOTICE store, 47 West Church street. "The thing George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
Bushnell Times says that Capt. Georgia Man," W. E. Powell. Don't risk the best chance .
G Kirkland
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAIL- Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
r D. H. Baker has sent in his announcement ROAD COMPANY, AUCTION 4-22-3t-eod that ever happened.

for state senator to representthe SALE OF UNCLAIMED AND RE Claude L'Engle has been iMIIHHIHHmillllllllMHIMHIIIIMMMtllMiDUFFALO .
FUSED FREIGHT. NEW 1400-lb. HERRINGMARVINHALL time-tried and firetested I
Twentieth senatorial district, -
SAFE for sale. Or will trade
' which embraces Marion and Sumter Orlando, Fla, March 25th, 1914 for other property. See J. L. Dean in the fights for the
By direction of the Freight Claim
at DeLaney Drug Co. 4-18-eod-5t people's rights.He .
counties. He is now chairman of the Agent, notice is hereby given that

-; board of county commissioners of the following listed freight will be FOR SALE-New is the one sure thing
two-story, five-
Sumter county and much credit is due sold at public auction for freightand room house, with bath. Modern in for you in this race for r'dre$300

him in the election of the court house other charges, at the A. C. L every way. Just off Lucerne Circle. Congress in the Fourth \\I DAILY BETWEEN
freight warehouse in Orlando, Fla.,
Good bargain to District. y
and jail, says the Times. Tin Tuesday, Apri128,1914. Sale will prompt buyer.
Owner, phone 466, city.
commence at 10 o'clock, a. m. 4-10-eod-lmo He is there for one term,

Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, one of Ocala's Goods sold without guarantee of Keep him there for another EVELAND

pioneer citizens, and most beloved quality, quantity or value. Terms: : FOR SALE Vote, for Claude L'Engle

s Spot Cash. I Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week first.
who has been invalid
women, a helpless
J. A. Huske, Route Agent. I

.t, for the past few years, is slowly A. C. L. Ry., Fayetteville, N.C.I If,Orange no interest.grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 I Take a chance second

sinking into her last sleep, and her S. A. L. 30120; S. A. L. 32061; S. A. acre's land, lake front. $1,250.
L. 32023; S. A. L. 33359; S. A. L. land 6 miles of Or-
death is acres ,
matter of few
now only a a
30221; S. A. L. 31671; S. A. L. 31662; lando. $10

days.-Ocala Banner. The Children's S. A. L. ,32178; S. A. L. 30094; S. A 6 lots and per 3 room acre.house in Orlando. 500 fort;breadth 98 feet,6 inches;510 lUteroom sad parlor accommodating tOe (KMTO*
Chapter in Ocala is named for Mrs L. 33347; S. A. L. 35951. $12.50 month deed. refGrata la coet-larger in(11 proportion* richer in all tppmntmfnti ihm cay itcuaer ..ainland
per gets warranty water of the world la ervioa June 15th.
Gary, and she is well known by manyin Consigned to o-n Hamilton Johnson, F. A. LEWTER.414d&wlm No. 1 Bargains Left Magnificent Steamers "
Orlando, Fla 3-27-5t. "SEEANDBEE. MCty of Erie"and"City of Buffalo" t
Gainesville who will be sorry tread 0 Djuly BUFFALO and CLEVELAND
The following has been offered -May hi to Dec 1st
the above statement FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room for I lave Ba0alo ':00 P.)I. Inv Cleveland ':00 P.U. ,
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR sale: I Arrive Cleveland 7JO A.hl. Arrive Buftalo 7JOA.M.

Upwards of fifty Greeks have ar REPRESENTATIVE part furnished of it, house.by the Will month rent or all year or. Xo. 1. 3 acres of good land, im.1 Conoeetiooi it Oenrland ferPm--&(.tasters.Toledo Standard,Detroit and Time all) poinb T Maud!Sonthwrtt. Railroad

rived in the city during the few Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman proved. 6-roora house (plastered), I ticket reading between Buffalo an<(ie eland are food for trsepores ion oa oar tteamen.Ask .
past ticket C.bd.ete C.&B.Line. Tnw for hanHtome
via illiutraled booklet
your agent ni lft.
I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative street. 4-20-3t just over city line. Sale price $1,100
weeks from the old country and several from Orange county subject to FOR SALE-Pen of White Orping- cash THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland, 0.
the action of the Democratic be ; or time payments $1,200, $
r; primary to UI I
score more are reported on their tons, year old, Kellerstrass strain.
held June 2nd. cash and
monthly of
payments $1
way to this city. The population of J. H. REESE. 7 for $10. Inquire 207 Palmetto

T Tarpon Springs will be greatly enhanced street. 4-22-3 per month.
Xo. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles out, unimproved
and the industry will
sponge I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative FOUND-Two keys. Owner can have ; good orange land; $25 per
receive quite an impetus, as most of from Orange county subject U same by calling at this office and acre, cash.

those returning formerly resided here,, the he'd action June 2nd.of the Democratic primary to be paying for ad. 4-21-3 Xo. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber, Souvenir Postal Cards

going back to Greece on account of S. S. GRIFFIN.
I LOST-Somewhere on the streets of >;> miles out on proposed brick high I I
the war last )'ear.-The Progressive.At I FOR REPRESENTATIVE Orlando, a pair of window curtains. way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared.

Yielding of leading to what citizens appears in almost to be every the precinct desire Green on one side and white on the This can be bought for $20 per acre, I I You have to buy them whether you wish to ,
a special meeting of the Lc e of Orange county that one of the candidates other. Return to this office. 4-21-3t the
same as some are asking $75; t
'- county school board held in Fort the primary to be nominated election of for June Representativein 2nd shouldbe FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare $150 for. Owner is Xorth and tang; not so why not go where you can find the

Myers recently the $15,000 bond issue from the country precincts I hereby announce bargain; recently completely over- money. I(

authorized some time ago for a myself a candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. hauled and made good as new in every Xo. 4. 2 homesteads for sale cheap finest quality and largest assortment? If
part; guaranteed first class con
new school building at Alva sold
was MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION dition; must be sold at once, even at If you are interested get particulars.Xo. .
to Bumpus & Co., bond brokers, o f sacrifice. Come, or address, Whit 5. I also have the cheapest I we cannot show you twice as many different

Detroit Arrangements for the erection I hereby re-election announce myself as a candidate Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. 3." acre lot, with 3-room house in the i I
to the office of Member of
s of the school will begin shortly Board of Public Instruction. Orange County 4-23-tf- city of Orlando. in a white section. styles of Orlando view cards as any other

It is to be a brick structure of eigh fr primary..m District No.3 Very, subject respectfully to the coming FOR SALE-White Indian Runner Price $375.: I It II

; rooms, including an auditorium and WM. EDWARDS. duck eggs, from best America: If you want any property, city o firm in the city, we will give you cards free

library. It is planned to have th Zellwood, Fla. ducks and imported prize winning country; want to rent, or have prop '
English ducks two dollars for twelveW. .
new building ready for the of FOR SUPERVISOR OP REGISTRATIONIherebJ -- erty to sell of charge. Make us prove it.
opening -' rent
annou-nee myself as a candidatefor K. Hale, Routeil dFl : or see me for good
the school in the fall. re-electin to the office of Supervisor of 4-23-lw service. I
Registration for Orange County, subject to ---

The largest shipment of red gum the 1914.Democratic primary. to be held June 2nd, FOR One SALE-Or horse trade for city tots CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND W. S. BRANCH, a

FRANK H. WILLIAMS. buggy, and harness. '
Jumber ever made from the United Price $125. Apply to M. Isen, 601 W. BUSINESS EXCHANGE it

XtatM frill fo out on the Danish FOR SHERIFF Church street. 4233tFOR The Arcade Book and Music StareThere's
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor 19 W. Church St. Phone 398.
; steamer Kronborg now loading in Sheriff of Orange County subject to the
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. RENT
Pensacola harbor. The lumber is be-
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: ing shipped by the M. A. Quina company FOR SHERIFF FOR RENT-Permanently, unfur- ;;
and will to Alexandria nished, at South Lake and South ". Mill 11 Kit I Mi Mil III i III IM Mi M MM 11 MM MMMMIMM
; go 1'1111111111111111'1111'1'11111'11111111111111111111'llltI
I myself candidate for the II11111I'III'111.
announce u a streets nice lower
flat has five
ti Egypt. It was cut in northern Mis- office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, ;
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a rooms and bath and all modern conveniences -
sissippi by the Lamb-Fish Lumber native of Orange county. In asking the votes Address C. Goesswein,

company, near Charleston, Miss., and of nj fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge Lake Davis. 4-16-tf a Style Show Here f
the duties of the office without fearor
was shipped out of Memphis, in a favor to any man for the upholding of the FOR RENT

solid train of 30 cars Thursday morn- laws and the preservation. peace and good Eight rooms, bath, hot water; buta
order in the county.
ing, arriving at Pensacola yesterday.The WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR step to everything; low rent. 308

value of the lumber is about COUNTY COMMISSIONER West street. 4.22-3t
I am a candidate for the office of Coun in the YearHome
$18,000, and the rail freight on it to ty Commissioner of Orange county from FOR RENT-Two office spaces in Every Day
Pensacola District 2. If elected I promise to serve the our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
was some $3,2oo.Pensacola people to the best of my ability having resided Come in and we will show Pierce
Journal. here a number of years, I am quali
fied to know the needs of the section and Electric Co. 3-29-tf
the people.

j a, Women have learned' to handle a Respectfully.A.. C. STARBIRD. TO RENT-6 room house, furnishedor makers will find a visit through our

rifle with the skill of any man. They Apopka. Fla. unfurnished, and rooms one dol-

manage a horse or drive a motor car FOR COMMISSIONER lar per week up, sleeping or light big store an interesting treat. We have here the
I hereby announce yrelf a candidate for housekeeping. 205 W. Pine.
.z with equal skill, while no one can re-election as Commissioner from District No. -
3. Orange county Florida, subject to the WANTED-Ladies to bring their l
gainsay that women can be expert in action of the Democratic primary to be held combings to us. Don't destroy most delightful of necessities for the furnishing
June 2nd, 1914.
some lines of business. Women run
I them.
We will make
J. L. DILLARD. you want.
a elevators and operate typewriters FOR COMMISSIONER Come and see our stock and examineour of the modern home.

with marvelous speed, while they hold I hereby announce myself a candidate for work. We invite inspection. If
re-election as County Commissioner! from the hair
you hayn't we supply it. Our
high positions in educational institu- District No. 1 of Orange county. subject: to stock
genuine. We make
the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your every-
tions. Some women occupy seats in support will be greatly appreciated. thing to order. We pay cash for We specialize in high-grade furniture at a
legislative halls; yet with all these M. 0. OVERSTREET.FOR combings.We .

accomplishments still off COUNTY COMMISSIONER beg to announce that we have
women get
a a trolley car backwards. I hereby County announce Commissioner.myself Orange as a candidatefor County secured well-known the and exclusive agency Clow's for the moderate price. We invite you to come in and \

District Four subject to the action of the popular Knit
Democratic primary. June 2nd, 1914. I will;: Hosiery. Drop us a card and sam look the
s greatly appreciate your support. ples will be submitted for your inspection over display.
Fs Yours truly. at your leisure. The goodswe
UA PRETTY HAIR Pine Castle Fla. handle are the kind that satisfy.


announce myself as a candidate for reelection land St. 3-23-1 mo PRICES RIG"T GOODS RIG"T HRMS RIGhT
Thick, Soft, Fluffy and Xo Dandruffuse I to the office of County Commission
Parisian SageIf ''er, Orange County, District Five subjectto MISCELLANEOUS
hair is the decision of the Democratic primary
your losing its natural June. 2nd 1914.

color, coming out and splitting, or Respectfully We insure your life and loan you
lacks that enviable softness E. L.
gloss BROWN real estate 6
money on at cent
Ft Christmas, per
and beauty do not
interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
hair is largely a matter of care. If FOR TAX ASSESSOR Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
it is harsh and brittle soften it up I hereby announce my candidacy for the 325d&wtfFirst
r -lubricate it. If you have dandruffit office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject Kincaid &

is because the scalp is too dry called to for the June action 2nd of 1914.the Democraite If nominated primary and class Brazing a specialty at SnowdenORlANDO'S

and flakes off. Freshen up the scalp elected I pledge you my faithful service. Warman's Repair Shop 0.1 Court St
with Parisian Sage all dandruff disappears ARTHUR BUTT. 12-5-tf.
a falling hair and itching
cease, your doubly beautiful
>, Parisian Sage, sold by McElroy's Treasurer I hereby of announce Orange myself County a subject candidate to the for Garden and field seed. DeLaney &: LOW PRICE IfURNITURf "OUSf

; Pharmacy and at all drug counters, Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
r s J. H. -
is just what you need-a large bottle -
costs but 50 cents. It surely Rubber Stamps made to order a.
makes the hair lustrous and seem I hereby announce myself as a candidate Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. Cor. Main and
Pine Sts.
twice as abundant You cannot be dis for re-election to the office of Tax Collector Orlando, Florida

appointed in Parisian Sage. of primary Orange to Count be held, subject June 2nd.to the 1914.Democratic If reelected Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
I pledge to you my faithful service is the kind you want. Where to gel

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4 We Will Put the Reinsof I
Washington, April 22.-"Why, HOME THE MARKET
in Mexico is
fighting just boys' playI
played it back there in '47 whenI Success in Your Owner leaves for the north

was a boy, and I guess I know!" Of Cleanliness Of
May 15th and has instructedus Quality ;
Old General Horatio M. Gibson is
HandsHow to sacrifice the
almost 90 now, but his black eyes property.
snapped and he leaned back and Located on Main street in FRESH AND SALT MEATS

laughed. Then he bent forward again ? By furnishing you with ; high-class neigborhood. Lot FISH AND GAME A
and his face earnest. feet Nine
grew 77x225 large
"And, say, young man," beating the a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative rooms and bath, garage nnd i Kept under the best sanitary conditions. R

air with a long, brown, gnarled index
house. The homeis
He will servants
finger that had curled over many a on you. give you a furnished and Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freehand

good trigger in its time, "I wish they completely
; formula that will make and mature surrounded with beautiful pure.
f would go to war down there again,
too! Why, we'd show those greasers! ; your fruit. shade trees. Owner has.occupied ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We haveeverything

ti We did it once and wouldn't we just the property and re in the Meat Line.

do it again-what with good roads 'ceived an income of$loo per

now and the telegraph and sharp- month from furnishod rooms

shooters and such!" for the past six: months. Reas 'I The PARLOR MARKETH.

few General survivors Gibson who is saw one actual of the servicein very Tile Soullieril r f Fertilizer l' Co1 onable terms if necessary.

the Mexican war against Santa This is a fine location for a M. Self & Co.

Anna in '46 and '47. And, despite the rooming house.Cooper .
I ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA (r
fact that he fought his brilliant way
through the great civil war after- MHMMMttiMIIMtlfllillimiMHimnMMIMMIilJust $ Atha

ward, he remembers his experiencesin Phone No. 80.11.,1,11..11.1.11111111.11.1.11111.11111..111111111111'1
the land of the castus and pese- 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor
tas as though he had slept on his adventures -
t but a night!
"I didn't get down to Mexico with

the very first troops," said the gen- -.... 1,.
eral. "I was only a boy of 20 and I Ij
didn't get a chance to enlist with the I II 11 .

first call for troops, you see. But I I 9 1 I A
got there early} in '47 and was stationed -
at Puebla with the second and\ W. M. SLEMON :.

third artillery. I had the rank of

second lieutenant." arrived car load I.


WEED THEIR-OWN ROW delivery.Get New Goods Arriving DailyI

r Vera Cruz, Ajril 22.-General Gus-

tavd Maas, commander of the garrison yours now I t

at Vera Cruz, left the city in a t
carriage at noon yesterday''' half an F. G. RUSK,
hour after the first boat load of
American marines landed from the Phone 226 i : We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

warships. This was stated officially I
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. .
today, and it was also declared that

he had not been seen or heard from Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. :
since that hour. I
The commander's family followedhim Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co. "

in another carriage.It & Co Best place in the city to trade.
is stated that the Mexican troops II .
forming the garrison of Vera Cruz I

were turned loose as soon as it was
seen that the Americans were aboutto

land, and were told to act as they W M SLEMONS :
saw fit. Very few, if any' of their ..
officers, remained with the Mexican I .

soldiers, whose operations were carried URANGE AVENUE :

on without any one to direct

Some of the Mexican troops ob-, To the West and NorthwestVIA .- ---- --- --------- -'
tained a considerable supply of intoxicants '

sequently condition dangerous by which many to looting natives made of two them and them stores.were foreignerswho equally Con-in a LIMITED-VIA-, DIXIE FLYER AND Q " " '\" \\" !'UUMW'1"i I I :: : :t :,:,,:::::::,:," "

came within their range.
II {}
3 Colonel Cerrillo was one of the few .
officers who remained with the Mex- Dixit Dixie
Limited. flyer.
ican troops. He was the commander Lv Orlando A. C. 1..1:31am 3:13pm I 'f Orlando. ........................ 3:13pm
of the nineteenth battalion, and was r Jacksonvnle. A. C. 1..... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm the Summer Time. Hot water is one of the most
in the 'f Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:2hm 'f Jacksonville A. C. L ........... 8:15 pm
wounded in one arm early ............
'f Waycl'OlSo A. C. L..llI am 10:25 pm v Waycrou A. C. L .10:20 pm essential features of comfortable home. This is
fighting.The r Macon G. S. Ii: F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon. G. S. Ii: F. .............. 3:46am a No some
r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am r Atlanta. C. of Ga .............. 7:1Zam emphasized most ,strongly in the Summer time be-
Mexican troops had one 75- r L Ii: N. .............1:19pm
millimetre which they placed in r Chattanooga W. Ii: A..1:18 am 11:55 am r IC obxivni L. Ii: N. ................ 3:16 pmr cause you don't want to heat the kitchen up by e
gun Nashville. N C.IL 81. L 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville I. I: N. .............. 9:00 pm a
position at the corner of Esteban Mo- Ar 81. Louis L c.&: L&: N. %:50 pm 7:20 am r Indianapolis a. L. ............ 1:50 am keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequentlymost 'q
rales and Main streets. At Lexington L &: N. ............ 6:50 pm homes have to without it all Summer and "
Ar HopkinlYille. L &; N........... 6:%7 pm Ar Cincinatti. L I: N. ............. S:50 pm
Ar Evansville L &; N..... 9:28am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. &; L ..........12:2O pm have it only in limited quantity in the Winter. ',
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTThe Ar Terre Haute C. &: E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids G. R. L ....... %:45pm r 'lj
Orland Hotel company wish to Ar Chicago, C. &: E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am Cleveland, Big Four ............. :15 am "GET A RUUD" -
announce to the patrons of the Orland
cafe and all others who may be inter- DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED time
and have plenty of steaming hot water any
ested that on and after April 25th, Solid train composed of section drawing- you
Solid train composed of electric
( until further. notice, that the cafe will room sleeping can, observation compartment drawing-room Pullman lighted you want it and at a very small cost by simply
cars and dining ear. between Jacksonville and sleeping car and coaches
be for business
from 6 P
open a. m. until -
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and turning on the faucet.
midnight, and will
a special menu ar between Jacksonville and St Louis.
be in force from 8 p. m. until 12 p. m., i iI Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis;
I DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
consisting of special and fancy dishesand .
ice Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear between
creams and cakes, salads, etc. I
artment observation sleepers and electlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-
lass coaches and smoking Dining Thursdays of each week. Dining car Gas DepartmentHMMHHMflMIMHIIIIIHitlllMj
Are puzzled car. car
you to business
get more I
service between Atlanta
erves meals a la carte. and CincinnatiFOB
? If so, try an ad. in the SentineL -
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1 4 W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent
Subscribe for the SehtineL Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando



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was a big night with Olivet Com-
mandery, Knights Templar, last night
when a number of candidates were
given the Temple degree. Among the
out of town candidates were Captain -
Clay Johnson, and Mr. C. W. Dann, of
Kissimmee. The work was conducted : .-." : '- ;.::-...:.:.: -.' .
with the following past commandersin .
! THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO the respective stations: L. C.
Massey, eminent commander; L. L.
.., ..
. 1. CAPITAL 50,000.00 Payne, generalissimo; W. H. Rey- j
; .
R 2. SURPLUS $ 35,000.00 nolds, captain general; 0. S. Robinson .. -- .' : .
senior warden; Jos. Dawson, jun-
3. DEPOSITS $949,436.00 ior warden; W. R. O'Neal, prelate; .
I. The capital of the State Bank of Or- 'T. P. Warlow, treasurer; Geo. McCul- : A MISTAKE(]
,(loch, recorder; Chas. Lord, standard
lando is owned by 20 stockholders, all responsible -
bearer; John Steinmetz, sword bearer -
financially and interested in the ; John Bradshaw, warder; John C. Was made in our published statement which .
business advancement of our city. Jones, assisting in the Knights of
Malta. stated that 90 per cent of our stock seas owned

2, The $35,000.00 surplus, has been ; by Orlando residents.

earned from its business; it is profits set MRS. LEONARD BUMBY ENTERTAINS -

3 ; business aside as security to this bank.for those who entrust their YOUNG MATRONSMrs. :ITS( COKKSCTIONIt f; I i

: Leonard Bumby was hostessfor
3. The extent which business men, the "Young Matrons" card club, should have read 99 per cent, for this is correct -

farmers, men, women, children, find the the usual club prize being awarded to .: this being a purely J-IO 'tlE" institution.
security and courteous attention of this Mrs. Weathersby, who made the high-
bank's service helpful and advantageous, is est score. :. Do you bank with us? If not begin tOtlay !1It

An appetizing salad course, with '. .
reflected in the totals of our deposits tg-
sandwiches and punch, was enjoyed, ; ';
436.00. is to "
the afternoon a most pleasant one for a pleasure serve you i

all present. .' ... .
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The members present were Mrs.

t Lee Miller, :Mrs. Joe Bumby, Mrs. ;:'. '... .. ..;;: .:.',.. ...::
Gordon Wright, Mrs. Sydney Ives,Jr.,
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Mrs. Phil Slemons, Mrs. Weathersby, .. :. ." '
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and the hostess; and other guests attending ':. :.:.:.'''-::.:'::'" -'.
were Mrs. J. B. Lawton and
:. Misses Happersett, Laycock and Law- ? ,,c ,. ,

o ton.As one of the regular members, '

commemoration of the birthday A very enjoyable card party was :Mrs. Davis, expects to be absent for
anniversary of Shakespeare, the given Wednesday evening by Mr. and some months, Mrs. Ben Lawton was D I } j lfJ' [0 I IJ
Twentieth Century club, which for Mrs. Thomas Crooks, this being their chosen as her regular substitute. : :
a several years has devoted two after- last entertainment here for this sea-

noons each month to study of the son, as they expect to leave tomorrowfor Business of Orlando ,
men are preparing -I .-' ..' ..: .". ". :. S .... ..'. .,.'" .... .. "
writings of the "Bard of Avon," heldan the North. to make an auto pilgrimage ;. : \:'; w
unusually interesting meeting at Their guests enjoyed pleasant to Miami in the immediate future,i j I t tI
the home of Mrs. S. A. Robinson on games of both bridge and five hun- the date not yet being set for the I
Wednesday.The dred, ."s some preferred the latter occasion. The advent of a large number TENNIS BECOMING POPULAR AS MRS. HADEN ENTERTAINS AT MISS EDITH RAMBO WAS THE
program for the afternoon in- over the so-popular bridge; and the of business men from the best j I I SUMMER PASTIME j! AUCTION BRIDGE I HOSTESSA
s cluded a number of entertainnig and very dainty tally cards added to the,I town in the interior of the state j I! Several interesting games of tennis i i '
instructive papers, each dealing with interest of the evening.Ice should be a notable event in Miami were played Wednesday afternoon on''I
Another of 'of small and
a series pleasant meeting of the "Sumus
the life of the great poet, or with cream and cake, with nuts and and every effort should be made to the court owned by Mr. and :Mrs. S. ':
characters created by his pen. Shake- bon-bons were served. make their stay in the city interest-:Y.I Way on Amelia avenue. Some of i pleasantly informal card parties was Septem" club was held at the home of
given Wednesday evening by Mrs.
; speare's women-Rosalind, Katherine, Among those present were Mrs. ing and enjoyable to our visitors. An the ladies belonging to the tennis i Miss Edith Rambo, the young girls
Beatrice, and Portia-were discussedby Foran, Mrs. T. 0. Brown, Mr. and exchange of visits between towns club took part therein, two of the I Algernon Haden, her guests enjoying who form this seven-member club
Mesdames T. W. Mathews, Alice I Mrs. Green, Mrs. Chas. Campbell, the would be one of the best things all !members serving refreshments at the j I, two-table games of auction bridge. having a merry time over fancy work
Kollock, W. H. Robertson, and S. A.I Misses Holt, Miss Rossiter, Miss Elsie the communities in south Florida conclusion of the games. Late in the evening a delicious and social chat.
Crook and Mr. Richard Crooks. : [fruit salad was served, with wafers, Dainty light refreshments were
Robinson, while an excellent pictureof could inaugurate, and the coming pil-1 Among those present were :Mrs.i
the poet's home life was given by I grimage should be recognized as the .'Louis Dolive, Mrs. Thomas Brodwater -! cocoa, nuts and raisins. served, the members present beside t
Mrs. J. B. Magruder. An especially I Assisted by her guest, Miss Bird, and first of many of these events. The Miss .Sara Slemons, Miss Ada'I! Among those present were Mrs.I the hostess being Misses Norene Evans '
interesting paper was given by Mrs.I her daughter, Miss Claire Robinson, attention of the board of trade is Bumby, Miss Alma DeLaney, Mr.. Cameron Mann, Miss Marian Cary-: Dorothy Johnson, Ruth Isaacson,
W. S. Branch on incidents connected j i the hostess served dainty refresh- called to the proposed visit of our Darling, :Mr. Way, Mr. Harold JohnI -! Elwes, Miss May Kilmer, Mr. and :. Cornelia Warner and Ruth McCul-
with the private life of Shakespeare. ments. Orlando neighbors.Miami Herald. I I son and Mr. Welton Johnson. :Mrs. Hauselt, and Mr. Cliff. lough.

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