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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 25, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT 'fIlE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe

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

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HOSTILITIES CALLED OFF I APOPW[ RUMORS Of MORE[ I PROPFER OF SERVICES IS I PIERS LINED WITH CROWDS

WHILE MEXICANS GO B f : WHO MAKE DIN OF
OVER EVENTS COUNTY DIVISION UNANIMOUS AT FULL ENTHUSIASM
MEETING OF CO. "C"

r Sentiment of the Town Is Solidly I N. G. F. fIREATAI ERICANSRCROSS A ij BORDER ij f
BORDER TOWNS ARE UNDER STRAIN Against Any Effort to Further THE[ LOUISIANA l TO CONVOY t TROOPS

Divide County TELEGRAM SENT ADJUTANT GENERAL[ -
LEAVES VERA CRUZ TO MEET
MUCH ANXIETY IS FELT AND SEVERAL MEXICANS FALL
VICE[ PRESIDENT[ WELCOMED IN
FORCES ALONG THE BORDER Apopka, Fla., April 24.-There are CAPTAIN :MOORE IMMEDIATELY TilE TRANSPORTS AND ACCOMPANY -

ARE BEING DOUBLED AND A county persistent politicians rumors are here planning that Seminole for an I NOTIFIES GENERAL FOSTEROF WHEN FIRE AMERICANS IS RETURNEDBY 1 II1JMIE[ 1 l[ TilE PROPOSED THEM TO LANDING SCENE OF OF

VIGILANT WATCH IS MAINTAINED extension of their county boundaries. ACTION 01THE COMPANY
: TROOPS
Such extension contemplates takingin AND ANXIOUSLY I Crowds at the Trains All the Way to
a portion of Orange county in I AWAITS CALL ARTIlLERY Y rum ON RWm BANK Fort Mjers to Give Him
Brownsville, Tex., April 24.-Hostilities which Apopka is located, and that a GreetingsFort I Galveston, Tex., April 24.-(Special. -
between Mexican federals and bill looking to this object will be presented Action was taken last night at a .)-Four transports bearing the
constitutionalists, fighting for the to the next legislature. Our meeting of Company "C," second infantry LAREDO PLACED UNDER STRONG Myers, Fla., April 24.-Vice- fifth brigade, second division, the first
}' possession of Monterey, largest city people knowing the methods adoptedby I National Guard of Florida, to MILITARY GUARD AND SOLDIERS President Marshall and members of : unit of the American army to be sent
t of northern Mexico, have ,ceased, according the progressive politicians of Sem- volunteer the services of the com- LINE RIVER BANKS TO the Florida Press association arrived : to Mexico, left this port tonight.
to reports here, and leaders inole county in the past are consid- pany in the Mexican trouble. here at noon yesterday. The entire The Sumner was the first to getaway
t of the two armies conferred under a erably wrought up over the rumor, There are fifty-one enlisted men in PROTECT TilE INTERNATIONAL population turned out to greet the leaving at 4:52. She was fol-
t; flag of truce on the situation existing and earnestly request our county seat the company and the meeting was attended BRIDGES vice-president. Bands played military lowed in half hour intervals by the
between the United States and Mex people to get busy and take steps to by forty-seven men and three airs, the children sang national McCIellan, the Kilpatrick, and the
ico. deal with this matter at once. Abso- officers. When Captain E. C. :Moore Laredo, Tex., April 24.-(Special.) hymns, the ice-president's salute was Meade.
r Nothing official concerning the report lute unanimity exists here against called for volunteers there was no -With fires raging in all parts of given and the crowd cheered the dis- The torpedo boats Flusser, Preston,
could be learned here or at con- such a proposition.The hesitancy, and the vote was unani- the city as a result of the torch,being tinguished visitor as he was escortedto and Reid, left shortly afterwards to
stitutionalist headquarters in Mata- annual meeting of the Apopka mous that the company should volunteer applied by Mexican federals when the palatial home of Hon. W. F. act as convoys to the transports.On .
moras. It was further said that the Board of Trade took place Thursday as a company. they evacuated the town, Neuvo la-I! Gwynne, where he will sojourn dur- board the Kilpatrick was Gen-
federals who evacuated Piedras Ne- night, at the K. of P. halt Mattersof While the action of the company redo was practically reduced to ashes i jing his visit. After resting until 3 eral Funston and his staff, and as the
gras and Neuvo Laredo had moved considerable importance were discussed I; may appear previous to some it has this afternoon. All the principal o'clock the vice-president and editors Kilpatrick drew off from the pier so
F south with the intention of joining the and acted upon. Fnancial reports :been known for some time that the buildings were burned. I were taken on a river trip which was prolonged and loud was the cheering
c contending forces at Monterey and of secretary and treasurer I Mexican trouble was reaching a cri As the train pulled out the federals much enjoyed by all. The vice-presi- I. that the whistles blowing throughoutthe
Saltillo. showed that the body was in a very sis, and those on the inner circle of fired a volley at the United States dent left Lakeland on the 7:35 a. m. city couldn't be heard.
Much anxiety is felt among citizens flourishing condition. Officers were military affairs know that the offi I'I soldiers patrolling the river on the !I 1 train and was enthusiastic in his As each transport pulled out from
j here and many precautions are being elected for the ensuing year as fol- cers have been instructed to hold American side and the fire was re I praise of this section of Florida. the shore it was cheered by twenty-
taken. The guard at the international lows: President, Dr. Charles Morrison themselves in readiness for a call. turned. I I He was greeted by large crowds at five thousand, who lined the piers to
bridge has been doubled and the ; secretary and treasurer, W. G. Preparations are being made by the i Bartow, Fort Iea d. FortI bid farewell to the soldiers.
local militia company recruited to Talton; vice-presidents: first, Arthur!I, war: department for the enlistment of Later a party of Mexicans appearedupon I I Ogden, Wauchula, Zolfo, Punta Gorda Many women relatives and friends
war strength. J. Walker; second, H. H. Witherington i I|a volunteer army, and yesterday a the river bank and opened fire I and other towns along the line. At pf the departing officers and men,
General Jesus Carranza, commander ; third, Dr. Converse. Remainder!1'i bill which had been prepared to fix I on the same guards and the Americans Bartow the train was met by a special 'were present.
killed several
at Matamoras, said he had been in- of officers to be elected were laid I the status of the volunteers in the Mexicans. No committee from Fort Meade con
I j Americans killed I'
structed by his brother, the "first over until the next meeting, Thurs event of such a call was passed by ; were or wounded. sisting of L L Bean, president board Louisiana as Convoy
chief of the revolution, to avoid all day, May 7th. (I I both branches,of congress and will be : The fight lasted on a few minutes. ,iif trade; W. D. Turnley, secretary, Vera Cruz, April 24.-(Special.)-
trouble. He would make no further Mr. A. W. Walker, of Springfield,:i placed before the president for sig- Fearing treachery on the part of i I and Dr. R. C. McCIellan. This committee The battleship Louisiana has gone to
statement concerning a long dispatch Tenn., is here investing in Apopkareal 'I nature. If after this the presidentI the Mexicans a battery of artillery I|I escorted Vice-President flan Galveston to convoy the troops to
from Governor Carranza. estate. I sees proper to issue a call for volunteers was stationed near the river bankwhile nail to Fort Meade, where a specail Vera Cruz.
The Matamoros garrison is comparatively Mrs. Frank Witherby left Fridayfor I it will not take long to secure the cavalry and infantry did stand had been prepared. Orders t
weak, owing to reinforcementssent Jacksonville, where she will rep the quota from Florida, estimated at patrol duty at the bridges and along stop the train ten minutes had 0MANY
to Monterey. resent the Apopka district at the 1 1,500 men. the border. secured and Vice-President ) FLORIDA BOYS WHH/ flU[
Home and Foreign- Missionary. contention The St. Augustine company was Tonight this city is under strong spoke from the beautifully decorated
j i j the first to volunteer, the Miami com- military guard while soldiers line the stand, ten minutes, to a large con- IN MEXICAN WATERS
MIAMI PREPARING[ TO GIVE[
The Briggs residence, on Second: 1 pany next, and the action of the Orlando river banks guarding the two bridges.The course of people, about 400 of whom
street, is nearly completed, makng a'': ; company last night places it in damage ,to Neuvo Laredo is were school children.
ORLANDO O BOOSTERS[ WELCOME[
very creditable addition to that sec-|.third place to take this stand. It is placed at half a million dollars. The vice-president said that every ]List of Some of Those Who Are
t tion of the city called "Yankee I 1;:likely that every company in the state itizen must act his part nobly and Known to Be on Different
Giant Automobile Parade Will Greet Town." I j will do likewise, but it is nevertheless O'Shaughnessy at Vera Cruz I .cell He spoke for peace, but said Battleships
Line of Cars Upon Arrival In spite of the season being over I.to the credit of the local company Vera Cruz, April 24.-Special.-I( ) the flag must be respected by the na
From This City for Northern visitors, our town is that such prompt and unanimous ac- O'Shaughnessy, wife and child, ar- tions of the earth. Jacksonville, Fla., April 23.-Naval
still full of them, evidently lingering tion was had. rived here tonight. The thirty-fifth annual session of I records show that several of the officers -
Miami is preparing to give the Or- .behind to snap up some of Apopka'sreal The night letter sent to Adjutant On the same train with O'Shaugh- the Florida Press association convened I now on duty on Uncle Sam's
lando boosters who will start for that estate, before the prices get up General J. Clifford R. Foster last nessy were hundreds of Americansand at 7:30 o'clock last night and ships in Mexican waters today are
place May 18 a novel welcome, as wit- beyond reach. night by Captain Moore follows: foreign refugees who had come the vice-president spoke at 8 o'clock. from Jacksonville and other Florida
ness the following from the Miami General Tibbets, of St. Cloud, is a |"To the Adjutant General of Florida, through under British protection. All Hon. W. A. Russell, president of the I cities. At least seven of the officers
Metropolis: very heavy investor in city property. St Augustine, Florida: refugees who would talk told thrill- association, presided. Following the who are teaching Huerta how to salute -
Every automobile in Miami will His military training shows him thereis "I have the honor to report that ata ing stories of rioting in Mexico City vice-president's address there was a the American flag are Floridians.
meet the Orlando boosters at the city no better place in the state in special meeting held by the mem- before they left Over 800 Americans short entertainment by the club ladies They are:
limits if that city sends a party here which to camp permanently. Hence bers of Company "C," second infantry -i are still in Mexico City. They of Fort flyers and a general reception Hutch Ingham Cone, commander of
in May as has been planned, accord- he is one of us for good. N. G. F., at which forty-seven with other foreigners are being cared to Vice-President and Mrs. the dreadnaught Utah, born April 26,
ing to Capt. G. D. Brossier, chairman men and three officers were present, for at the various legations. All refugees Marshall. 1871, appointed to the academy Sep-
of the entertainment committee a unanimous vote was cast to volun will be sent to Galveston. A There will be an automobile ride tember 5, 1890. Brother of Fred
e P[ENSACOLA A PEOPLE[O l[ WANT THAT!
of the Miami board of trade. teer their services to the president of list of Mexican casualties compiled down the sixteen-mile McGregor Cone, of Lake City.
"We will show our Orlando friends CITY MAD[ NAVAl BASE f the United States and the governorof today shows 126 killed, 195 woundedso boulevard tomorrow afternoon with a William Dilworth Puleston, com
the town, the county and the time of the state of Florida in the trouble far in the fighting at Vera Cruz. visit at Thomas A. Edison's beautiful manding the Drayton, born September -
their lives if they come to this city, with Mexico. The city quieting down to business home, after which the visitors will 1, 1881. Appointed to naval academy
as I understand they are planning to Mass Meeting at Which Citizens "EGBERT C. MOORE, again. ; witness a boat race on the river. September 6, 1898. Brother of
do," said Capt. Brossier. "This city Gather to Urge Such Action by "Captain Commanding." I There will be a banquet at the Bradford Charles G. Puleston, a former member
should be delighted to welcome our the Navy Department Captain Moore stated that he could BASEBALL RESULTS I hotel in the evening tendered by of Company D, N. G .F. a
friends from central Florida, and I muster the full fifty-one men on two the Fort Myers board of trade. William Merrill Corry, Jr., ensign,
think some official of this city should Pensacola, Fla., April 24.-At an I hours' notice. National League The vice-president will leave here on duty on the Kansas. Born October
I send them an official invitation to overflow meeting in the city hall held Pittsburg 1, St. Louis 8. Saturday as he must be in Washington 5, 188t Appointed to naval acad-
comep ." yesterday, attended by prominent cit- WORD EXPECTED TO )IOBILIZEXATIOXAL Boston 1, Brooklyn 8. Monday. lIe will likely stop en emy June 20, 1906.
Capt. Brossier was only this morn- izens, resolutions were adopted and a GUARD New York 2, Philadelphia 8. route at Lakeland, addressing the I Francis Arthur Laroche, ensign, on
ing advised of the plan of the Or- delegation appointed to go to Wash- Washington, April 2T-SpeciaL( ) Chicago 2, Cincinnati 1. Florida bankers Saturday. duty on the Prairie. Born November
lando boosters to come to Miami by ington and petition the navy depart- -Before the month is over the war American League I,18, 1887. Appointed to naval acad-
the overland route, and so has not ment. to reopen the Pensacola navy department will have 25,000 regularin Philadelphia 7, New York 6. emy June 30, 1906. "
had a meeting of his committee, but yards for the use of warships in Mexican Vera Cruz or on the way to Mexico I 'Washington 3, Boston 5. VOLUNTEER[[ ARMY Bill PASSES[ I Ellis Mark Zacharias, ensign, on
he assured the Metropolis that there | waters. City. Orders will probably go out St. Louis 6, Detroit 5. the battleship Virginia, born January
AND READY[ f FOR A APPROVAL
would be no lack of good times or i Practically the entire American tonight to concentrate the National Federal League 1, 1890. Appointed to naval academy
welcome for the Orlandoites.The I fleet is now mobilized there and can Guard of New York, Illinois and several Baltimore 10, Buffalo 4. May 9, 1908. Brother of Zach-
Orlando proposition has been reach Pensacola in twenty-four hours other states. Pittsburg 0-10, Brooklyn 2-2. Fixes Status of Volunteers in Service arias boys of Jacksonville. He visit-
originated by the Board of Trade of Another matter which will be taken General Wood has received ordersto Southern League and Cures Defects in the ed here a short time ago.
that city, which is reported to be a up with the navy department is the proceed to Vera Cruz. General Memphis 3, Nashville 0. Existing Law Joseph Young Dreisonstok, an ensign -
live organization. Somewhere be use of Alabama coal and making Pen(I Scott will go with him as second in Montgomery 4, Birmingham 3. on the Wyoming. Born July 8,
tween fifty and one hundred citizensof sacola the coaling station of the fleetin ',command. New Orleans 4, Mobile 3. Washington, April 24.-The senate 1889. Appointed to naval academy
that city will come to Miami b] Mexico. It will be shown that the I Preparations are being rushed for Atlanta 2, Chattanooga 2. Eleven today without debate passed the volunteer July 2,1908.RAEHN .
r automobile in June, according to ad Alabama coal is even superior the .a long campaign in Mexico with the innings; darkness. army bill as agreed to by the
vices from that city received fuel now in use and that it can be de I I army advanced far beyond Vera Cruz. South Atlantic League conferees of the house and senate. GETS CONTRACT FOR
At the last meeting of the here'j livered to the war vessels at one-half: I II These are the principal features of Macon 7, Albany 0. The bill was designed to cure defects ADDITIONAL DRAINAGE WELL
Trade of Orlando a committee was, the cost of the coal now in use. The the army campaign worked out by Columbia 1, Augusta 0. I in the existing law relating to I The city council yesterday let the
appointed to make the necessary ar! delegation to Washington ,will also the war department and which are Charleston 8, Savannah, volunteer forces and it is relied upon contract for boring the additional
rangements, to look up the route, etc.: request the war department to make I ready to be put into actual effect as Jacksonville 7, Columbus 6. to put these forces upon a wartime I drainage well, made necessary by the
It is proposed to visit many of the Pensacola a mobilization point for soon as the president says the wordto footing almost similar to the regular construction of another septic tank,
important towns along the way which troops in the event they are sent to go ahead. MRS. THAYER TO ENLARGE HER army. to Joseph Raehn.A .
will prolong the trip to six days. j Mexico, and will carry maps showing The army and navy board today decided HOME ON LAKE CHEROKEE Except for the fact that the volun United States Fidelity bond for
The trip to Miami being planned is j the government owns here a reservation that Vera Cruz shall be the teer army would be disbanded imme $34,000 was filed with the council bye
similar to one taken by Orlando t of nearly 2,000 acres, which can headquarters for a division of the Mrs. Jessie M. Thayer has let contract diately by presidential action at th the Copeland-Inglis Shale Brick corns -
r boosters to St. Petersburg last year. be reached either by rail or water, army, and orders given General Woodare to )Ir. 0. N. Larson for the construction close of hostilities, which led to it pany, of Birmingham, for the faithful
About fifty persons went on the trip, and that reports of army and navysurgeons to the effect that he shall proceed of an addition of two rooms organization, there would be littledifference performance of the contract recently
and it is said that a jolly good time show the water and general to Vera Cruz with his completestaff and other improvements to her residence i between it and the regular made with the city for the delivery
was enjoyed by all health conditions to be excellent. and establish headquarters. on Lake Cherokee. standing army. I, of five million paving brick.l .



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COUNTY The cost per year for six years aver- Study over these few lines, thei] ,; ma: = z bargain sale. .
the come to Apopka and see for yourself
ages about $10 per year, making c
From the Viewpoint of a Northern cost of a bearing grove at the end of and we will prove the truth of them.
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Secretary Board of Trade.
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTThe
boxes and increase every year up to
about Florida and much has been
the tenth year.to three and four hundred -
written that was untruth. But from Bank & Trust Co
or more boxes a year. Oranges Orland Hotel company wish t
my point of view the truth is good and grapefruit average from 80 centsto announce to the patrons of the Orlam d
What the people want to do cafe and all others who be inter
enough. may
$2 per box on the tree. At the end Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914 !
ested that and after 25th
is to get away from the idea of mak on April ,
of the seventh or eighth year the until further notice, that the cafe wil
ing $500 to $800 an acre in truck and six be for business from 6 1i
grove would be worth to eight open a. m. un
get down to the practice of general hundred dollars an acre. In the time til midnight, and a special menu wil i RESOURCESReal .
farming, raising corn, cotton, sweet be in force from 8 p. m. until 12 D. m,
of building the grove almost any crop Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37Loans
of and dishe
consisting
special fancy
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potatoes, Irish potatoes, velvet beans, can be grown between the trees to and ice creams and cakes, salads, etc, and Discounts . . .. . . 378,166.14 ,
cow--p.peas. and hay-., of which'there area Overdrafts .. .. .. .. .. .. ... . 1,225.23
number of different kinds. prac-I ---- Stocks and Bonds . . .. .. .. .. 26,018.33
. tically all the above except IMIIIIIMIMMHMMillilillHMMIK MMHMMMHMMMMIIMMMHMMMMIMMMMMSewing Cash on Hand and due from Banks. .. . 473,059.02
; tatoes are shipped into the state, and .

,. there is absolutely no reason for it,I $901,906.09
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because all of the, ordinary farm I TimeIS LIABILITIES .
crops, except wheat and barley, can I
be raised in this section, and I am Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

: positive that wheat and barley can I Re-Discounts . .. .. .. .. .. . . None
also be grown if they were given a!' NOW I Bills payable . . . . .. .. . . None
trial. Our land in west Orange
fair Deposits .. . .. . .. . . 770,793.72Due '
and in fact all of Orange county is
as good as there is in the state of M HERE to Banks and Bankers . . .. .. 2,832.59

;; Florida. The greatest advantage in C x3 .
: farming in this state is the fact that $904,906.09
EVERY SEWING I
two, three, and sometimes four crops

I can be grown in one year on the same MAC"IN Deposits March 4, 1914 .$649,484.91
land, according to the kind planted.
Deposits April 11th, 1914 770,793.72
;. The absence of freezing and severe
: '. \ cold makes it possible to have a crop" ', \ in the city is just humming, and every woman in town Increase in 37 days 121,308.81
; of some kind growing on the land every ; I is getting herself and her family into the prettiest clothS
Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 521,167.38
: in the Now a as she can.
quickly
day year. practical ing imagineable, as
( Deposits April 11th, 1914 770,793.72
the adz
farmer can readily see -

;: vantage derived from above, which How About Your Machine? \ Increase in 100 days .. . .. .. 249,626.34Increase
are facts, and they are facts that can

: be demonstrated. of quarter of a million in deposits in :3 months. t'
As to prices of farm land, the bestS Is it doing your work as you would like to have it? or The officers and directors of'the Orlando Bank and + .
S be bought now for from $25 to is it running hard, dropping stitches, breaking needles, Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
$40 per acre, ready for the plow. et, if this ies so you had better COME IN AND SEE the friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
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$25 per acre, according to location. The FREE is the most wonderful machine that was
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In Florida the cost is the cutting of choice of all who have investigated-Come in and try 11:30 o'clock a. m. 132 Orange Avenue f J1
the wood seldom need fire the FREE before deciding. 1
; very any N. M. TUPPER, Supt. Next door to People's Bank,
except to cook with. J. B. CALDER, Agent.
The orange and grapefruit industryis | THE FREE SEWING MACHINE CO., Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914- up-stairs.diseases Acute treatedTelephone and chronic -
a paying one. Orange county is
: the banner county of the state forK If you want your bicycle fixed ina
C. HUGH DAVIDS, Mgr.
hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578. DR. L H. RAMSDELL
fruit growing. The cost of settingout Shop. 125tf.

a grove and bringing it into bear- || Yowell-DaCkworth Department Store. OPTOMETRIST
Put in advertising -
ing varies, but counting the cost of Sentinel want advertising shortens, money thy purse by (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likini)
L wild land, the cost of clearing it, and cheapens and simplifies any real es- in the Sentinel.
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I SHOOK OFF DEf 1 n. APOPKA ITEMSA. IARSHALL SAYS THAT HUERTA CAN YOU AFFORD -+4 " 'II"'I'I'e'I'I'llt\

K WILL BE MADE TO YIELD To spend your valuable time asking ; i

} Ordeal, Through Which Archdeacon C. Starbird and family motoredto Vice-President Thomas R. Marshalland your neighbors and friends to look "

#1 Stuck Once Passed. Orlando last Monday.A. Mrs. Marshall were entertainedby up a house or rooms for you when SUMMER CAFE

p Archdeacon Stuck, who climbed P. Fudge and wife of Plymouth, the Jacksonville Board of Trade you can get the most information and

j Mount McKinley tbe great American were in town Wednesday. during their brief stay in that city valuable selections from the columnsof
peak once bad hK life saved in a through the
evening
Wednesday passing Morning Sentinel?
B-O-N-D-S spells prosperityvotefor
most extraordinary I
way. .
their to Fort to the
on Myers
Late one evening while exploring In them.A. of way the Florida Press Open from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.

the arctic regions be was unlucky W. Hurley of Winter Garden, meeting asso- 'I"JI"'DI" . .
nough to fall through the Ice into the was a visitor during the week. ciation.
! water his back to lie The vice-president impromptu -
on way camp. gave an
. 4 Frank H. Davis and family went to For
was accompanied by an Eskimo boy talk at the Board of Trade SaleiI
In Orlando in their car last Tuesday.Dr. : :
of and of
charge a sledge a team auditorium in which he said: .
dogs, and the boy soon bad him out A. C. Clinkenbeard went to Or- I. Announcement is hereby made by the Orlando Hotel
salute
"Huerta will be compelled to
f again but as tbe thermometer was lando on business last Friday night. have the following .

. then about 70 degrees below zero the Mrs. S. S. Cunningham and son, the American flag." He declared that properties which I offer I: Co., to the patrons of the Orlando cafe and all others,
\ possibility of saving his life seemed the policy of President Wilson was
, very remote. He was wet through Sammy the 2nd, were in Orlando not to make war upon the Mexican at ATTRACTIVE PRICES : : singular and in crowds, that on and after

of course, and before a tire could have Monday.W. nation, but to demand from Huertaan prior to going north: I.
been got well alight the chances were W. Carpenter, the cattle king, I' APRIL 25th
WHICH
apology and public salute for insults One California Bungalow IS SATURDAYand
that be would have frozen to death. of Plymouth, was in town Thursday.Mr. .
The resourceful boy thought of a May, Industrial agent for the to the flag. ; one two-story house

better plan than that The explorerwas Seaboard Air Line, was in town Tues- Mr. Marshall told his hearers that (corner ]lot) Intending continuing from that date until further notice that ..
already scarcely able to move but this country would compel respect
the boy took one of tbe dogs out of day.Mr. from the world and that the present buyers will do well to get the cafe will be open for service from six o'clock of the
the traces and forced tbe archdeacon I Houghton, salesman for Baker in touch with me on II
:Mexican dictator was no exception to morning until twelve o'clock of the
& Co. of Jacksonville in town night with a
to take its place. Then he lashed the was the rule. He compared the Mexican I above properties, whichare
unfortunate man's legs until be was last Tuesday.
cutthroat to the small boy who spends both new and well
compelled to run. applying his whip M. T. Anderson, of the American
SPECIAL MENU FROM S TO 12
mercilessly every time the archdeacon his time picking on the big boy. "Af- located.
Realty Co., of Apopka, was in Win-
'j showed signs of flagging.In : ter a time," said Mr. Marshall, "the I IN THE
ter garden Wednesday.Mr. EVENING CONSISTINGOF
; this way the boy kept him moving big boy takes the small one's hat and FRED B. DALE :
! and A. 0. Martin, with the Crown
rapidly toward their camp
declares that he can not have it back UNUSUAL AND FANCY DISHES
by the time they reached it the terrible Columbia Paper Co, of Sanford, was "
until he decides to be good. 306 ANDERSON
STREET
languor of death that bad threatenedto in town Wednesday.If .
the archdeacon had been The speaker further declared that
overcome you are going to vote against PHONE 376 I Ir ---- ---
shaken off.-Pearson's Weekly. the American government was not
bonds, for heaven's sake don't let
waging war upon the Mexican people I IIMHIIimtlHMMiMtShoe
SOOTHING STEINITZ. your children know it. and did not expect to. The taking of r : The ORLAND will make a specialty during the sum- ; .
i .
Mrs. J. 0. Flethcher, who has I I

t Pathetic Scene After-Lasker Had Beaten been quite ill for some days is much Vera show Huerta Cruz was. and a his demonstration crowd that the to 1.1'8"1"1" I: mer of ice creams, cakes, salads, and other cooling and ;

the Old Master. better at this writing.Mrs. United States means business, was : health preserving foods. I e I
For thirty years tbe late William B. F. Wilson, of this place, Repairingby
the point made in the remarks. The I
Steinitz beat every player who ventured was the guest of Mrs. J. J. Ander.
to oppose him and was at last son, Wednesday.Mr. de facto government in Mexico will PARCEL POSTMen's : ___BE SURE THAT YOU VISIT THE ORLANDO... \
beaten by a mere youth. 1 bad prophesied be made to pay for the losses sus-
Ferrin in the
a traveling man
that his hour had come writes tained by our marines at Vera Cruz,
hat line, stopped at the Wayside Inn IMIIMimiMltMIIMM" MM 44- ,,,
Ama Half Soles, to
Robert J. Buckle in the Chess was another point made by the distin- 75e: 8Se
the moment he in this place, this week.C. Ladies' Half ----
teur and at Hastings guished speaker. Soles, 60c to 75c I i- -------

saw me he rushed in with a redhot 0. Anderson, of Zellwood, spent Continuing Mr. Marshall declared Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750 ttlMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMOur
attack. "How dare you say Lasker last Sunday with his brother JohnJ.
Hand Turned Soles, $I.oo
i that he would be willing to
; spend
ev-
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would beat me? he almost screamedin Anderson, of this town. Heels
Repaired,
25e
to outstretched hand I ery dollar in the country to protectone
and response attempt at a my smile of welcome. Mr. Gailliard, who represents a American life, but that he would All work returned in 24 hours. SpIlllg aild Suffiffler

Lasker had actually beaten him. as Jacksonville firm, was among the not be willing to waste one single life Orders without remittance returned -

1 had foretold. The crowd looked one guests of the Wayside Inn, this week. to protect all of the money Ameri- return C. 0. D. We pay .
for a row. We were In the dining W. R. O'Neal, of Orlando, presi- postage. .
cans had invested in the war-torn
room of the Queen's-a score of masters dent of the State Bank of Apopka, I
to the south of line for
present. I took his arm and led country us. new the Springand
visited friends in this town last Tues-
him outside. The speaker made it plain that he : A. Hanson Summer season of 1914 is

"You had no right to say: It." he day.W. was a man of peace. However, he I ;East Pine Street t .
s now complete. Never in the history
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D. Jones
has the lum-
(
cried "and I demand an explanation. negro)
I also took occasion to make it plain { ORLANDO FLORIDA
had ber the for I of our business have
until ground
He continued to protest we on a new dwelling we
that when he said he was for peace
reached a quiet corner. "Why"did house on Central avenue, near the he meant peace with honor. He defended 1I11 U 11I1I11 U been able to show such a line of
you say It-why did you say it? te Seaboard railroad.
repeated shrilly.I the course taken by President new and timely goods for Eas.

waited till he had blown off steam. :Mrs. Anna Hanson, of Minnesotacousin Wilson, saying he had handled the h: ..t IIIIOH'I'"I" : ter selling. Our line of Dress
of Jonas Larson of Piedmont I
then "Because you were sixty" I said. whole situation with a masterly hand Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery
That softened him. He examined me was intoWII last Wednesday and A Genuine
ever since he took office. : Bargain : Ready-to-Wear goods and
with his innocent blue eyes. stopped at the Wayside Inn.

"A man of twenty-two" I continued Do not forget to renew your sub- I in Real Estate : notions is complete-the stylesare
"after a hard day's play is fresh next i varied enough to suit

morning. A man of sixty-two Is still scription allow us, as to the send postal newspapers laws do long not To THE WEST I Good eight.room house, the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with

brain fagged. You were giving the every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
f odds of forty years. It was too much." that are not paid for. VIASEMINOLE1 I with connected kitchen Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
first class land :
twenty
Messrs. and acres
Flynn Skillman, repre- the 1st until the 12th of Apri at 15 to 25 cent
per
A Sunset In Scotland.It senting Merk & Co., of New York, "LI MinD al cleared, 315 bearing : cheaper than the regular prices.
was a sunset of strange tints that and Collier's Weekly of New York, Orange Trees, in first class V

evening a background of clouds of were in town Wednesday. Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm condition, fine bloom. Land : We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show I
deep violet tipped with crimson. The Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm I be subdividedinto : you our line if you will call on us.HMMMMMM'.
Messrs. Blitch, of Blichton can easily
Maria
sky. of the very palest blue. bad been Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C. L. 9:00 pm
turned by the brightness of the sun County, accompanied by their Faultless Lv Waycross, Ga. A. C.L..11:10 pm five-acre tracts, is on : i iI

into a lake of silver in which floated and Mr. Ferguson motored to Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15: am road to Conway, 21.2 :

small fleecy cloudlets of brilliant rose Apopka Sunday and spent the day.J. Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am miles from Court House,

pink like islets floating in a crystalsea. J. Anderson went to Palatka, Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am road on two sides, main u m New York Bargain tore
The rays of tbe sun behind the Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am I
road will
be bricked I
this week to attend this
purple clouds threw long shafts of the district con Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am
ference of the :Methodist Episcopal Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga,12:05 p year. Has rural delivery,
dazzling dark background brightness: with, which silver tipped as the sun the church South, being held there. Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm I and shool wagon. Sold to .. . ,.. ." .N4

IAr Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pmAr
kisses the petals of a daisy. Every The Rackley Hotel, near the S. A. Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pmAr close and estate. CHEAP

peak In the long range of mountainson L depot, is looking quite improvedwith Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pmAr I for cash, or very reasonable
the west was rose tipped but the its new coat of paint, the Carbondale, Ill., I. C.1213 amAr terms will be made. t IMtlllitMillllilliBeck " "
highest of them all towered clear and A
cone shaped In tbe distance glistening grounds are also very improved.The St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 amAr I LORD & BRADSHAW I

in a shimmering mantle of silver and colored section of this town Centralia, 111, I. C. _____ 1:38 amAr Exclusive

pale blue as If the sky had wrapped it shows many improvements. Several Matoon, III, I. C_______ 3:20 amAr AgentsiMIIIIilMMMMMMMM & Payne's' :

round its own cerulean l'Olor.A Garden houses are under construction anda Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 amAr '
of Spices." by A. Keith Fraser. general air Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 amAr
of prosperity abounds.A. Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am
W. Hurley, general of
Do We Dodge Death? manager LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
Solid Through Trains-Composed of
the Light and Water of Cash
Can we mortals always be trusted company, observation, compartment, drawingroom While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or Grocery
to do the tight thing? The fear of Winter Garden, and J. C. Cooper, of section, sleeping cars, arid f-ee "News" sightseeing automobilesfor
death Is general Life is sacrificed the same city, were in town on busi- reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville I
Lookout Mountain, Point Park,
every hour because the rules of health ness last Friday night. and Chicago, and Jacksonville
are not obeyed. Death is the one great Hon. A. B. Newton, candidate for and St. Louis. All meals in dining Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
monster of dread and from whom all Ridge and historical points. .For reservations STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES
the legislature, was in town last Fri- car.For
flee. Yet bow many safeguard their 1 kets and Pullman car reservations address 910 Market street.
day. Mr. Newton
living in such a way as to avert his lives in Winter all on 33Apr.23Buy
coming! ? Tbe rules of health are via Garden and his word is considered! as W. NEAL, City Ticket Agent,

lated because of the Immunity we feel good as a bond.J. or Nice stock. White Rose
be D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, garden seed from DeLaney new
but finally the penalty must paid.So D. Carr, of Roanoke, Virginia, your
argument is needed to enforce the Atlantic Coast Line, & Abernethy. Just received a
lesson. Everybody knows It. The rules who has been spending a delightful Orlando. I big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf brand Canned goods Fox River But-
,
hewinter in this town, left for his
of right living are clear explicit Vice.
Intemperance wrong living overeat- home last Monday. Like many others
ing as well as overdrinking, continueto i he expressed sincere regrets on leaving . .. ,. ' ter, "Pride" the highest grade butter-

pay their tribute to the undertakerand i Apopka.The .
ine. Call
and
the graveyariLeslie's.Just investigate. We
postoffice was moved from the

Converse building to Mr. Eldredge's
Like a Man. meet all cash prices.
store last week. Postmaster
i "John." she !said "I have an awful S. W.
pain in my right side. I'm afraid it's Eldredge and his assistant, Miss Ruth

appendicitis." Witherby, are giving good service for ORLANDO
11 West Robinson
"Are you surer he replied without new hands at the work. Avenue

looking up from his paper. :Mrs. S. W. Eldredge, Mrs. Alfred ,
walled moment later.
"John. she a
Eldredge and little Alfred
Turner,
"It's getting worse." also Mrs. John Merrill and little 11"111'1"1"10111"11"1'1111'1'1101'1"1" .
Interested In Water & Co.
"Is it? be asked still Light j
the sporting page.-Chicago Record- daughter, Louise, Merrimac, were

Herald. most delightfully entertained by tha

Misses Helen and Julia Steinmetz, tll""II'II"I'IIO''I''I''IIIIIIIIIII'ttttt

Very Handy. at Wekiwa Springs, last Thursday, a
Closefist-It cost me over $5,000 to
trip down the river in the afternoon
give Harry that course In industrialarts. ElectricityGas Saturday SpecialsPattern
Herdso-Bnt he must be quite being one of the features of the day.

handy with bis tools now? Closefist- Dr. Lincoln Hulley, president of

Yes. and the first Job he did was to Stetson Unversity; Mrs. Mulley and

put up awnings on the shady side of son, Ben, together with Mr. and :Mrs. Water Ice Hats Sold at Cost

.. the bouse. solomon, De Land winter tourists, I

A Chance. from Dayton, Ohio, made a pleasantcall Voiles and Ginghams at 15c per yard i
Husband-My colleague Is the most on Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Eldredge,

insatiable man I ever saw. He wants whose daughters are in attendance 3t Office:---No. 18 West Central Ave. i

everything be sees. Wife-Can't you Stetson University, Mrs. Hulley and From 7:30: to 9:30: p. m.
introduce our daughter to him? Lon- en route from De Land to Eustis.
don Mall I.
Rev. and Mrs. Howard Van Dyke,

Real Thing In Settlement missionaries from China, who have Telephone No. 6MIIIIIIIIIMtlllMIIMMMMMMMIMMMIMMMH
MISSES IIAMILTON & DUNN
"What did the old man settle on the been spending several months with

young couple when his daughter married Mrs. Van Dyke's parents, Mr. and

r Mrs. J. H. Holtz, of Piedmont, left

"rumlelf."-BaJt1more Americas. for the North, on their way to China, I ; Agents for Barclay Corsets :

last Friday afternoon. The best
Search others for their virtues and McCall's Patterns
,
thyself for thy vices.- Fuller. wishes of their many friends go with r

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THE DAILY FIGHT ON CALADIUMS RECALLS BLEASE SAYS liE'S READY TO tI .t.IIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII.I. ...4++' 44.6.e4b i.R'M.. y I
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HURRICANE OF 1880 LEAD TROOPS TO FIELD ,

': South Florida Sentinel CELEBRATION[ [ APRIL 29 I 1 I I THE LAST DAY OF OURSIL 1

c MORNING AND WEEKLY The fight which Mr. C. A. Booneis Spartanburg, S. C., April 24. "If
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1V JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. waging against the growth of cala- any South Carolina troops are or-

r --- - Ninety-fifth Anniversary Will Be Ob I diums on the front of Lake Lucerne dered to the front I as their commander

Entered at the pottoffice at Orlando, Flor- recalled: to his mind yesterday the in chief will accompany them
| tia, u Second Clau Mail Matter. served With Interesting Exercises
.. why and the when of the pest. It and lead them in person," said Gov-

.' SUBSCRIPTION RATES at Fair GroundsAn may be noted that there is a peninsular ernor Cole L. Blease today. The gov-
5 Daily 1 Year ..........................15.00
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 from Mr. Boone's strip of the lakefront ernor is here to make two speechesin
Daily S Months ...................... 1-25 interesting has been Where the peninsular is his campaign for the United States SALE
Daily, 1 Month ....................... .50 program now
I arranged for the celebration of the was the deepest part of the lake until senate.

f Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 ninety-fifth anniversary of the frater- the storm of August, 1880. The wind Governor Blease added, "and Char- i
\"eeU,. 6 Months ..................... 75
3 nal order of Odd Fellows, to take blew a gale from the east for sixty- ley Smith, lieutenant governor, will

f TO ADVERTISERS: place at the fair grounds Wednesday, five hours and the rain came in swirls not be governor while I am away,

.i Copy for display and all ,,.her hand-tet April 29.Field and torrents. It was during this either." Mr. Blease did not explain

advertising most be handed in at the business sports vill.be, a feature of storm that the steamer "City of VeraCruz" what course would be followed. He
i sties of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. IS '
ON MONDAY
was wrecked off the St. declared he could mobilize 1,500 men
I the day before publication. This rule applies the day in addition to the well ar- Augus-
f. U changes fee contract advertising; it I.i of addresses to be tine coast and a hundred lives were on twenty-four hours' notice.
ranged program
invariable and wiD be adhered to.I't
strictly
I I delivered by prominent citizens and lost in addition to the cargo, part of WE HAVE A HOST OF MONEY-SAVING ITEMsIlNADDITION

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- members of the order. The order of which consisted of wine and whiskey.Mr. FLORIDA BEAR-CATS TO THESE. EVERY PIECE IN THE DEPARTMENT -
I tinued should notify the office in writing on Boone the REDUCED I
f the date of expiration otherwise it will be exercises will be as follows: says people along the
i continued at the regular subscription rates coast managed to recover many bar- Oscar Nolan is organizing a mili-
J until notice to stop is received. Meet at fair grounds at 10 a. m.,
1 Wednesday, April 29. rels of the whiskey and the beach tary company, 102 strong, to be JACQUARD CREPE UK CHINE I"""

SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1914. Assembly at rest room. combers were drunk for a year from known as the Florida Bear-Cats. He A dainty! semjhear fabric that is positively exquisite for summer'
.. Song by assembly, "America"Prayer the wreck. But the peninsularMr.Boone will tender the services of same to
l Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson. -(:!!'. In taco! ranrc of ?rf! r-'I:! rs, and also a hr ;e asroriirr) rr
that peninsular all belongs the United States government for
:} THE WEATHER Brief History of Odd Fellowship in says cs.rt.I.: ,.):-_] cu\cl-,, :l-ducIisT the qs-int Dutch pattcrrj. 1isr \ '
America, John F. Schumann. to him, for all of it was washedoff service in Mexico. "We will fight on : II

l Florida: Fair Saturday and Sunday Brief History of Rebekah Degree of his place during that storm, foot or horseback," said Capt. Nolan : CJe, Uc, 75 to vUJ, SJc price _______________ OC| r.-r -.
J Lodge, Mrs. Frank Helms. and filled up that part of the take, today in talking of his company.- va.1 > ,
Brief of Encampment
History and the caladiums began to and Florida Metropolis. T.
grow
i Branch, John T. Dale. TUB SILKSA
Charge O'Shaughnessy. didn't Address on Odd Fellowship and have been flourishing ever since. They 36-INCH CHINESE SHANTUNG I
Wash Silk that is all silk-
l' charge; he's receding. Fraternalism, Dr. John W. Stagg. multiply rapidly, and have covered a TRUCKERS, TAKE NOTICE I pure silk-a silk to wear and a {
j .
Adjournment for picnic dinner. (The Genuine Fabric) .
1 o large portion of the lake front. The silk that really washes well
1:30 p. m.-Athletic sports. Schnarr's No. 3 will kill and keep without discoloration. In all All Pure Spun Silk, Free f$)m
The of the San Fran- caladium is a beautiful plant when
j| managers contest. First
1st-Nail driving the Hessian flies and other sacking: the new Roman stipe effect hair Filling heavy Weight. Bel ore
*' cisco exposition have offered a hundred prize, $5 savings account in People's cultivated, but when it grows wild it insects off the watermelons, cantaloupes lines and solid stripes. All the New Tariff regulations

"J' thousand for a polo tourney. Orlando National bank; second prize, solid becomes a nuisance, and it is difficultto tomatoes and potatoes. Guar- white and cream grounds, Regular on- came into operation we $)ld
,; could muster a crack team. gold brooch, by T. H. Evans. Contestby get rid of it. anteed to give satisfaction or money I 90c and $1.00. Sale this quality very largely at ,

t Rebekahs only.2ndPeanut refunded. J. Schnarr & Co., manu- Price . . . $1.65.: While our stock lasts,
Why not enter? race by daughters of facturers, rear 51 West Church street, Your choice . . .
o Odd Fellows. First prize, large $3 Mr. J. E. Epstein, representing the Orlando, Fla. 424d&wtfIttMMttMMIMtMMIIIM 62 cts
J The Columbia State suggests that hand painted vase, by George McCul- Cassady-Fairbanks Manufacturing 79 its{
loch; second prize, $3 imported Jap- 25 PATTERN DRESSES
the call for volunteers be directed
L. company, manufacturers of hardware
anese cake dish, by Jos. Guernsey;
especially to Doc Cook, Lincoln Stef- suede leather handbag is in Orlando | In heavy Canton Silk Crepe de 36-INCH JAPANESE COR ill
1 third prize, $1.50 specialties, Chicago, I Chine-all silk. Beautiful self-
SILKS
-j fens, Tom Watson, Bath House John, by E. A. Douglas. Contestants stopping at the San Juan. T. F. HOURIH : colored designs charming exclusiveness ,
A fine corded weave in two colored
of
'i and The Same Old Bill Sulzer. What under 18 years age. \ in every inch of the Wastes
Odd Fellows. stripe efects.
3rd-Foot race by : material arived too late :
Licensed Plumber and They
a happy thought. First prize, $3 savings account in Orlando Our idea of a busybody is a person 1 for our general trade. Our the beautifully and wears well Excellent
o Bank and Trust Sanitary Engineer : value for 75c. You
company; sec- who may
convinces us that we are mis- loss. Yours the gain. $10.00was
l The Sanford Herald the commercial ond prize, solid gold lapel button, by Estimates Furnished. 'ebbing : ve jour choice during the stile
says the Yours for
price.
Allen & Co.4thFoot. taken about something. Attended for . . . . .
i club of that city has adoptedan Promptly to.
Odd Fel- 56.98
race by sons .of
49
an aggressive policy. That kind off lows. First prize, $3 savings accountin Opening of Piano Studio April 15th. PHONE 6z9 : ats.

policy is needed to keep commercial State Bank of Orlando; second For particulars address Mac Tall- 106 Court Street : I 36-INCH FRENCH MESSA- -
:S bodies going. Anything short of that prize, $3 straw hat at T. 0. Brown's; man Care Grand Theater, or Phone LINE SILK 36-INCIf FAILLE FRAN-

results in listlessness. third prize, $1 pocket knife, by Bum- No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m. ORLANDO FLORIDA I (Lyons Dyed) CAIS"COURTAULD'S" pAn
:
by Hardware company. Contestants 4-3-1m. Positively no need to reduce exquisitely corded weAve
-o- under 18 years of age. 4-2l-lm : !i this grand quality, but simply that is positively beautiful in ,
The Mexican situation evolves one 5th-Ball throwing and catching Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf : 1 to carry out the Store's Price- its richly draping qualities. jA
;of sweetly solemn thought-Cole Blease contest, by Rebekahs. First prize, IHIIIIIIIIMIIMIMIIMMMIIMMIMMIMMMMMitlilMMIIilllllMMIiMM j| Reduction Policy during the distinct favorite this season. In
$3 parasol,by Dickson & Ives com- sale-the whole range, which every possible wanted color, for
has said that he will lead the troops pany; second prize, three months sub- includes every wanted color, street, evening or receptnnwear.

I of South Carolina to Mexico if the scription to the Morning Sentinel. II I- goes on sale at .... .. .. Our price has been aid
call comes for volunteers. Maybe we 6th-Shoe race by Odd Fellows. I A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX : 75 will be again $1.00 yd., but (or
:
could get Huerta to adopt him. First prize, $3 pair of shoes, by H. : : cts"CIIEXEY" the 4 days of rapid selling you
.x Kanner; second prize, $3 Knox straw may have what you want for t
:J o hat at Nat Berman's; third prize, em-I THE PALMS AUTO CO : : -SPOTPROOF FOULARD SHOWER-SILKS 79cts40IXCII
The Florida editors in session at blem pocket knife, by Helms Hardware ,
1 PROOF. 100 of the daintiest

Fort Myers entertained the vice-pres 7th-Free company.for all' sack race. First : REO MOTOR CARS : : patterns produced by this well CREPE METEOR
ident and the in his
known manufacturer for thisseason's
upheld president
1 Curtis & SILK Too well
prize, $3 fountain pen, by I FINEST-ALL ,
T Mexican policy by passing a strong O'Neal; second prize, three months ;: ; For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a : exclusive trade.to this Every store and design no known to eulogize upon. We
resolution of endorsement. They are subscription to Evening Reporter- have all the newest colors. Al-
doing their duty by the administra. Star; third prize, Medole steel hammer ; ; full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force : shouldn't two patterns be alike.need to reduce There ways sold at $2.00. The Profit-

:t tion. 8th, by-Free Helms for Hardware_ all picture_company.drawing ': ; ; of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely : them from their any original pricesof killing price is . .

',t'0-- contest, by ladies. first prize, :$5 I guaranteed. : $7.00 and $8.00 but "PriceReduction" 51.69
f
The Tampa Y. M. C. A. started out worth Duckworth of merchandise, by second the Yowell- at . .rules. ., and. .out. theygo
I' to raise forty thousand dollars and company; prize, i Maxwell 25 $800 Equipped in Orlando : SILK
half dozen photos, by C. E. Howard. $5.98 CREI'E DE CHINE
lacks but a little of getting it. The The entire has invitationto ,
public an One of the daintiest and most
Tampa folks got this money with I ,, 36-INCH CHIFFON TAFFETA
j: the festivities of the day. Come popular All Silk Fabrics wov
.... much more ease than Jacksonville secured early, bring a well filled basket, and : In dainty stripe, check and en. In every wanted coloring,
i its entertainment fund for the home. chamtlon effects. They are ultrafashionable tone and half tone in vogue this
leave at
cares AUTO CO
1. your r THE PALMS to say the least. season. We cannot buy them
reunion commercial
a proposition.
I Regular values $1.25: $1,50 to today at our sale price of
1, In fact, Jacksonville hasn't got it all Latest music, latent books, fine sta I I' I IIi $2.00, for rapid selling .
: FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.MlimtimilMMMIItlMIIMMMiMMtllilillitll. : S1.35
yet. tionery. Curtis & O'Neal, next post-Ii II I- I 98 cts I
I I
j o office. Come and see us-
The Eustis Lake Region has start :

something by offering a ten dollar Saturday Night SpecialsThis
HilMMIIIIMItlitMMMttltllltlllHIMiitttlMHITALIAN , 1111 ,
\ prize for the best pig raised by a boy

I in Lake county in the year 1914, and WE HANDLE! PURE OLIvE OIL is getting to be quite an institution- ach sale

five dollars for the best ear of corn. proving its growing popularity

I The Lake Region isn't contributing A trial order of this guaranteed imported Olive Oil will convince you. Call or Phone 20 GROCERY DEPARTMENTBig
the prizes but is offering them. The

; Sentinel stands ready to make like McELROY'S PHARMACYFull shipment of "GOLD MEDAL FLOUR"Eventuallywhy

i offers. Who will be the first contrib- not now?


: utor? half pint35c; full quart $1.25. We handle also Pompeian brand 25c half pint. .12 Ib sacks for . . . . . . . 45C
0I $1.00
quart.
Here is a pretty kettle of fish. In .
I MIIIIMMMMMItmtMMMMMtiillllllMiUltHIMIIIIIIilMMMMtMIMiAre : 24 lb sacks for . . . . . . . 85C
Miami the citizens have been engagedin

= one of the bitterest controversiesover AT THE NOTION COUNTER

a proposed bond issue for im-
HAIR NETS-Those with the rubber black only-5 for
able
provements, many men being .
lined up on either side of the fight,II lOc. 4 pkts hair pins for .

and it might easily have been taken I WASH GOODS DEPT

for granted that every eligible voter:,
27-Inch cotton Pongee-in all colors-you usually pay
, :
for the battle of ballots
was qualified 25c for this quality. We bought these special Saturday
following the war of words. But

when the count before the fight was You Invitedto .

; made it was discovered that only

sixty freeholders had qualified for the PILLOW SLIPS
a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea
election, among those not qualified 25 doz 42x36 inch, made of fine domestic muslin. A

being the mayor. This shows a de- gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure special purchase for Saturday night, pair . . I5c.

plorable lack of the civic sense, and you will be interested in our display of the newest and A HOSIERY SENSATION !
is a condition in
commentary on a
Miami that it should be heartily most artistic designs inCUT McCallums famous all-silk hose in Black, Tan, Lavenderand

ashamed of. sky. Regular values $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50, Saturday -
GLASS
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The Bradentown board of trade has night, jUC

appointed an advertising committeeto There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets

censor all advertising schemes here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.We All Day Ready-to-Wear Special

brought into the town by itinerants.The .
are sure you can never find anything that would
, Manatee River Journal denominates 25 doz Lingerie Waists, just in, featuring the very newest

them as fakers, and we agree be more acceptable.T.H.Evans. styles prevailing in New York. Bought to sell at $1.25

that the designation is about correct.It .

is strange that business men will and $1.50. All day Saturday .; . . . 89cCo1
t allow themselves to be worked every

season in this manner, and it may

' appear odd that such a step as that

taken by the Bradentown board is
..
needed, yet the fact remains that it

is. These gentlemen of leisure who I Dickson-Ives

swamp down upon Florida every year

have nothing of value to offer; they

come into a town, bilk the merchantsout

of goodly sums, pay the local the JewelerOPPOSITE

3 printer for a cheap piece of printing,, ,
and pocket the balance. Moreover OPARTMNTAl[ [ STORE[

' t they probably laugh in their sleeves POSTOFFICE

at the easy manner in which they getaway

with it. The city council might ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

. help some by levying a license upon EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING ,
.
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nMHMMMMMMMMMMHMHMMHtU I II : !I j a)FAVORITE 4od ODOl THEATRE 000> OD0 jI" j F==o IClc;]


? : ? : I ROBINSON & STARKEY, Managers


You Must t Eat t Caildi J 0. 0. Will ; e I. Open 9a.m.to10:30P.M.8 Q


I Admission 5 cents I


-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker.That's DUI GDcjQD0 DCl aD

the opinion of an eminent authority, who con BUYS AND SELLS "The TODAY'S End of the PROGRAM Road. A 2-reel "bet It M llen's"

Victor drama. An especially interesting
cludes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en REAL ESTATE6oo picture. 11

"Mike and Jake Go Fishing." Agreat
gine. Joker comedy. If you want a .

No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Caramels hearty laugh, see this comedy.

acres south ofVin- L I Ask Your Friends
Taffies, etc. AMP FIRE GIRLS
TO TAKE HIKE
ter Garden and west of ;
FRESH EVERY DAY. TO FERN CREEK
1 Gotha, including 10 acre Why they buy from us- they

orange grove. The en- The Camp Fire Girls will meet at D will tell you, it is

tire tract covered with ; Lake street and Central avenue today

for a hike to Fern Creek, where they
BUTTS' KNDY KiTCHEN[ yellow pine timber. Two will have a picnic dinner. Miss Claire BecauseD

miles of l lake shore. Robinson, the guardian, wishes the

423imiilllllMIMHIMMMMIM girls to understand that they are tobe \Ve have the goods, we have
at the meeting 0
place promptly at
The home of home-made Candies the price and give you
pure !. 10 o'clock, so that there will be no
t delay in getting started. prompt, courteous and pleas.ing -

Orange AvenueHMIMIIMMMMIMMIIMM service.Come.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Purdy were
S. W. ELDREDGE RESIGNS AS
among Orlando's visitors leaving this

HHIIIIIIIlim week. Their summer home is in Ash- COUNTY COMMISSIONER and See

tabula, Ohio.
The resignation of Mr. S. W. Eld-
Mrs. Sarah P. Anderson, who has
Mr. G. F. Rosenfield and wife have redge, of Apopka, as a member ofthe

arrived in Orlando and will make spent several weeks very delightfullyin board of county commissioners, Allen & Co.
this city, is now en route to her
WADE I their home for the present at Oak- has been sent to the governor. The ,
home in Phoenixville, Pa.
THE TUNER hurst Cottage. Mr. Rosenfield will' resignation was occasioned by the

ORLANDO FLA. I be connected with the Florida Music One of our most popular Orlando fact that Mr. Eldredge was recently Jewelers

House. boys, :Mr. Jack Beardall, of the U. S. appointed postmaster at Apopka. Mr.

I Mrs. Gilbert Atlee Eldredge, wife navy, is on the Vermont, one of the A. G. Starbird, of Apopka, who is a Prompt Repairing. .

Miss Margaret Roose left yesterday -' of the well known impersonator, vessels which has been sent from candidate to succeed Mr. Eldredge, is
Norfolk to join our fleet in Mexican a candidate also for the Everything: Guaranteed.
for McKeesport, Pa. (leaves today for her home in Craw- unexpired
waters. A son of :Mr. and :Mrs. F. L.
Mr. Ira Westover has returned to !fordsville, Ind. Mr. and :Mrs. Eld- term Mr. Starbird has no opposi- I'o
Anderson, who have charge of the
I redge will take abroad this tion.
his home at Wayland, Ohio. a trip
Phoenix house on West street, is also
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Purdy left last summer. Her many friends hope she
on the same vessel, and tidings from
night for their home at Ashtabula, 0.:'will return to Orlando another sea much NAVY OF MEXICO IS SMALL BY
both boys will be awaited with
son. COMPARISON
Mr. J. C. Hood was among the tour-, interest. '

ists leaving this week for Arlington, :Mr. and Mrs. Southgate, who havemade 'I i Ib- dI
Washington,April The .
Mass. I many friends here during their ROSALIND CLUB HAS AFTERNOON strength I = ,
of the fleet of American naval
winter sojourns for some past; vessels -
Mr. Simeon Hull, one of the leading years AT CARDS
with their daughters, Mrs. N. P. Yow compared with those of Mexiconow tillilllltMIIMIIMIMtMIHMMMIIIIIitiniinilMSpecial
citizens of Oakland in Orlando
was
ell and Mrs. Benj. Drew, leave today'for in Mexican waters, is strikingly
yesterday. The usual weekly afternoon over
their home in Kentucky, but will brought out in statistics made public
Mr. J. C. cards at the Rosalind club was en-
Higgins was among those by the department.
stop in Jacksonville to visit a daughter navy BargainsEvery
joyed by nine tables of players, the
leaving for the North yesterday. He there. There are at present twenty-five.
goes to Minneapolis, Minn. prize a dainty bon-bon dish, beingwon ships of the United States
scattered '
i j I :Mrs. B. S. Kelsey, who has been at by Mrs. Charles Campbell. navy .
Mr. Fred Kent who has been along the Mexican coasts '
stop- a majority DayWe
the Rest and Tea Room during the Quantities of and other blos-
ping at the Lawrence house, left yes- roses I of which are of the latest fight- :
left afternoon for
season, yesterday
added to the attractiveness of
terday for his home at Buffalo N. Y. soms i ing type. Opposed to these five :
are
will return next fall. Mrs. Kelsey the rooms. have the leading Grocery store of Orlando. Try
Mr. Geo. A. Spross left yesterdayfor thinks Orlando the most charmingher I Mexican vessels on the Atlantic coast
The committee in charge, consisting our excellent brands of
his home in Toledo, Ohio, after home in Stoughton, :Mass. She of Miss Hart, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, and six on the Pacific.
Tobasco Sauce, Green Seal Salad Dressing, Pepper Sauce,
I Of the ships on the Atlantic coast I
spending the winter
months
in Or- spot in all Florida, and could hardlybe
Miss Claire Robinson and Miss Holt,
lando. two are gunboats, one a transport, : Armstrong's Onion Salad, Imported Cafers, Pickled
induced to visit other sectionin
any served delicious cake and ice
Miss Kimball, a teacher in Snead'sSchool the state. after the games. orange one a training ship and the other is : Onions, Datnut Butter, Burnham's Clam Boulion, Sugar

at Toledo, 0., has arrived to Among the earliest of our regular I characterized" as "a hulk of no fighting : Butter, Pitted Prunes.
value. Those on the Pacific
be with her father, who is quite illatMcEwan's residents to leave for their summer I. 0. 0. F., ATTENTION I
coast consist of two gunboats, a I. FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY
hospital ,vacation are Dr. and :Mrs. Charles I .
transport and three "hulks of no .
Mrs. Dr. Phillips has gone to Mi Campbell, who will start in a few All Odd Fellows and Rebekahs resident fighting value." I I :

ami to join the doctor, who is supervising days for Asheville and other pointsin and sojourning are hereby invited I_

the harvesting of his large tomato North Carolina. Their many requested and urged to assemble
U. D. C. MEMORIAL SERVICE THE .
crop near there. I; friends here are extending good at I. 0. 0. F. hall, corner Orange SANITARY GROCERY

Mr. R. A. Martin, who has been wishes for an enjoyable summer, and and Central avenues, at 7 p. m. sharpon
Sunday 3 P. M., April 26th Lucerne
making his home at 410 South Main will welcome their return. Sunday, April 26-the ninety-fifth Theater CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

street, was among those leaving yes''' In a letter to the Sentinel yesterday anniversary of Odd Fellowship in i

terday for his home in New York Mr. Howard C. Babcock ordersthe America-to go in a body to the Presbyterian 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Memorial service will be held In
paper sent to him in Westerly, church to attend special ser
city.Mrs. I the Lucerne theater Sunday after-
R. I. He : "I would appreciatea vice.
says
F. L. Bissell
returned yester noon, April 26th, at 3 m. Contributions
p -
little Orlando weather up in this P. B. WICOFF, CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
day from Winter Garden
where
she of flowers are solicited. Please
part of the country. Since we arrived Chairman Committee. i
j'' has been attending a patient, and left have them at the Lucerne theater at FUNERAL DESIGNS

last evening for a case in Altamonte home, about one week ago, we 3 o'clock. Any one with autos or i t
have had everything from a snowstorm ATTENTION, REBEKAHS I '
Springs. "
"IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIII'I"II"'III"
carriages, who will donate the use of
to a thunder storm, and cold ---- I
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Long have gone 1 -
in plenty." All Rebekahs are requested to me
down to Fort Myers, from which people I
place
at I. 0. 0. F. hall Sunday at 7 p. !
Mra. Chae. G. Lee has brothersliving
they will take the canal trip to Mi iwo please communicate with Mrs. M. 0.
ami, and then down the extension to in Tampico and she is naturally to attend. service at Presbyterianchurch. Overstreet or Mrs. S. G. Dolive.

Key West. quite anxious about them these Committees on arrangements areas 4 A
By order of the Noble Grand.
Mrs. W. H. Blake, of Los Angeles, days. They own an orange grove follows: \
j just out of the town and conduct a 7. jv
Cal. Opera house and .
and her daughter and two chil conveyancesMrs.M.
dren, of Newark, N. J., arrived last[ fruit store in the city. The last le tBANKS TO CLOSE MONDAY : 0. Overstreet, :Mrs. S. G. Ddive.' .
0
ter from them reported a very unsettled Music Mrs. J. T. Fuller.
evening for a visit to Mrs. F. N.r -
Monday, April 27th, being a legalholiday
condition of affairs, and a hope
Address Miss Penon.
Boardman, Miss Blake's sister.
in the state of Florida, the
that some way would be arranged to Decorations-Miss Mary Robinson, I "'
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crooks, their settle the troubles without actual State Bank, Orlando Bank & Trust and chapter.By .

son, Mr. Richard, and two daughters, Co., and People's National Bank willbe
war. order of the Deacon
,
president
Misses Grace and Elsie, leave tonight closed for business on that day.
i I ess Parkhill. > ti wiJT
f for New York, where they will 1 4243tT.
,I Eat what you want. Mrs. E. La Rue Bliss
Secretary.
get their large touring car, which v..assent Eat all you want. ;
4-23-tf ; Ii
ahead by boat, and tour up to Take a postscript and forget it. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
their home at Hamilton, Canada. For sale by all durggists. 2 Orlando. 3-5-tf
,
I l-7-d&w-lyr Your only assurance of future business
success is knowledge.You .
must "learn before you can R %
>M MHIiililMHMMiMMIMIMIMMMillMIIIMH"" earn."

The road to success is not an easy
one-you must be fitted for the jour i
At The Lucerne ney lest you fall by the wayside.
Today Strengthen your forces by enlisting
the aid of this successful institution
\ diploma from this school insures USE
your future success.

SCHOOLS SOUTHERN OF COMMERCESuccessors LIQUID PAINT

"His First Love," a one reel Majestic. Orlando and St. Petersburg to Business

Colleges

"Caught in aVeb," a one reel Reliance. 4-21-5t

Eat what you want

"The Eugenic Boy," a one reel Thanhouser. Eat Take all a postscript you want.and forget it.

For sale by all druggists. A. L. BECK LUMBER CO.

"Some Doctor" and "Faster Boys," a Punch comedy. l-7-d&w.lyr Kiln Dried Lumber and Build- "' "
ing Material. !

Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. l1iHT ORr
"AutO Smash
Up, a Gaumont comedy. Good Wood $1.50
.
+f.iw.g Cc.adt ;

Our big laughing night. Come and bring the kiddies Better Wood $2 and $2.25 c4 wM


Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75

WOOD COAL AND ICE OSTEOPATHYDR.

This won't last long Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's:

Admission First Floor: Adults 19 Cents. Children 5 Cents Stock up while you can. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf : J. C .HOWELL

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

big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf II |I I Telephone connections

04tW. Pine St. Office cor. Orange and Central ATM.lf .
Continuous show from p. m. to 10 p. m.IMIIIIIIIIIMIIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIHIIIIII'lllimnilllll. SEED! SEED! SEED!
B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor ,
I seed. & your paper is not delivered<
Garden and field DeLaney
llllll'i Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf I i promptly, don't fail to notify the office. !


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MAY BEES-AN ESSAY

PAlATKA NEXT[ TUESDAY A Hot Tub Bath at ? By Claude L'Engle

Moment's Notice ORLANDONSII1NGTON O 4 I H
7.1 Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale. For Dont't Get Stung-
1<:: FLORIDA-18 Rent etc., for this column 23c: for one day
of unlimited hot water at DOc for three dan. or $1.00 for one week for May bees are good little in
Several Orange County Men Will THINK finger tips any time day or la words or less. Money must accompanythe sects
the night and note fire in the houso advertisement fer this column a* no ,
Part
w Have Important on no light to strike-nothing to turn on insertions will be made on credit. But they don't fly in June ROOMSLEEPING

ProgramThe or off except the faucet. Unless you In the June primaryDontt -
t have seen or heard of the wonderful FOR SALE
waste time CARVIA
on May
Florida State Horticultural An elegant modern home; four bed

_ society will meet in annual session at ,rc rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- bees. .
= Palatka next Tuesday evening at 7:45 tricity throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all

: o'clock, the sessions to cover two en- flowers. 509 East Central avenue. right for you in Congress;

tire days and parts of two others. 2-15-tf. Some other be in .
man may

' The House headquarters, where the opening be the session Putnam of FOR SALE line with progressive De ATLANTIC L COAST T LINE t

Tuesday night will be held. The oth- p Nursery stock, one, two, three and mocracy.
er sessions will be held in the Howell four year old buds; Foster Early, Some other man may be

theater. There will be three sessions t Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- able to think for the people
Wednesday, at 9 a. m., 2 p. m. and ington Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle.
7:45, respectively, two on Thursday, Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf after election, OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
t morning and evening, at the hours But may be some other man

named, a river excursion on Thurs- won't.
FOR SALE-Ten acres of land
one


V day on Earnest composed Friday.afternoon, W.of T.The,W.and Hamm.P.local a Merriam morning committee The program, session E. M.is I,' t, h acres half acre gardening mile cleared in from bearing; and part city orange trucking of limits land grove on; suitablefor located public;; six You And stung know may fooling be that with you'll Claude him.get i T J ll Satiirday t r J.FOR J.


follows: Ruud Instantaneous road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., L'Engle is NOT a may be;
f Opening Session, Tuesday EveningCall care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf You know that he .will +
to order, President H. Harold Automatic Water Heater RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON
think
Hume. and act for you,

Opening prayer, Rev. P. L Cason, you will likely Pure Georgia FOR cane SALE syrup; smoked Because he is now in Con- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.

Palatka. think our meat, in hams, shoulders and sides; gress doing this very thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
Address of welcome for the city of
S. J. clalmsexttav seed and feed corn; seed peanuts; When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.
Palatka Kennedy.
Mayor
field etc. At
agant yet we peas, King's grocery
Response of the society, Lloyd S. recommend and store, 47 West Church street "The thing George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
Tenny, Orlando. guarantee this Don't risk the best chance I
Georgia Man, W. E. Powell.
service and will G. Kirkland Division
Address of welcome for the board be glad to sub 4-22-3t-eod that ever happened. Passenger Agent, Tampa.I .
7 of trade, President George B. Selden. mittheuamesof I
Response for the society, W. S. some of your NEW 1400-lb. HERRINGMARVINHALL Claude L'Engle has been IHMIIIflltttt "
friends who find -
' Hart, Hawks Point. this method of SAFE for sale. Or will trade time-tried and firetested A

President's annual address, H. Har- the beating most water economical for other property. See J. L. Deanat in the fights for the

old Hume. and reliable l DeLaney Drug Co. 4-18-eod-5t people's rights.He .
Introduction of the question box by yet devised.A VV -U .
the secretary, Miss Okle C. Painter. is the one sure thing
FOR SALE-New
postal mailed two-story, five-
Social hour. today or a visit room house, with bath. Modern in for you in this race for ?dre32. !

Wednesday Morning to will our give showroom you every way. Just off Lucerne Circle. Congress in the Fourth ,
Address, Handling the Citrus Grove complete deta1ls.ORLANDO. Good bargain to prompt buyer. District.He \ DAILY BETWEEN

from a Physiological Point of View, Owner, phone 466, city. UFFALOLEVELAND
is there for term
B. F. Floyd, Gainesville. 4-10-eod-lmo one ,
Committee report, Methods of Handling WATER AND Keep him there for another

V Citrus Groves, C. H. Thompson, LIGHT COMPANYGAS FOR SALE Vote for Claude L'Engle

Winter Haven; L B. Skinner, Dune- DEPARTMENTThe Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week- first.
din; C. M. Griffing, Jacksonville; A. ly, no interest.
B. O'Hara, Rockledge; Jack Peters, Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 I Take a chance second

Tavares. acres land. lake front. $1,250.
V Address, Liming Soils, Its Effectson land -
12,000 acres 6 miles of Or
Physical, Chemical and Biological lando. $10 per acre./ ue THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"length

Factors of Plant Growth, R. E. Skin- State Horticultural society will 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando. ... 500 feet;breadth__ 98 feet,6 inrtin;510 fUtrnomi and pvlon WTomnmUtiiiK 1300 pwro.f .
Dunedin. *- Cmtcr ln larger in all proportion* ticker u til ppoutiueoU --thui ur .1__ oa .
ner, hold its annual convention in Palatkaon $12.50 f per month gets warranty deed.F. inland eaten of the world. la temce, Jane ;4.6
Committee report, Orchard Heat- A. LEWTER. No. 1 Bargains Left
the 28th 29th and 30th of
this
"
ing, R. E. Stevens, Daytona; C. F. 4-14-d&w-lm Magnificent Steamer.SEEANDB[[. "Ctj of Erie"and"City of Buffeb"r
DeLand W. J. Ellsworth, month. Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND- lit
Spaulding, ; The following has been offered for May let to Dec. f
Blanton. -_. ----.J FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room j leave Buffalo ':00 P.)1. LnraCWUnj ':00 P.M.
M. sale: Arrive ClneWici. 7:30 A.M. Arrive BaLlo .
Committee report, Fertilizers, G. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR furnished house. Will rent all or 7JOA.1L
Kakelin, Tavares; L T. Dade, Orange part of it, by the month No. 1. 3 acres of good land, im (Ealera Standard lime)
or year. Connrctioni it CWUnJ for Pnt-in-BaT.T Toledo Detroit and all .Tnt and Sonthwnt.Railroad
City; H. B. Stevens, DeLand. REPRESENTATIVEI Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman proved. 6-room house (plastered), I ticket reading betwee Boflklo aDd Orclud are g wd for truuporutxmoa oar ..e_
Wednesday Afternoon street. 4-20-3t just over city line. Sale price $1,100 Ak your ticket agent for octets via C&B.Line, True w for bud ome illustrated booklet free.
Memorial session for Mr. E. 0. hereby announce my candidacy for itep- FOR SALE-Pen of White Orping i THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, Cleveland 0'. I
of the Florida resentative from Orange county subject to cash; or time payments $1,200, $300
Painter, late secretary the action of the Democratic primary to be tons, year old, Kellerstrass strain.'
Horticultural society.E. held June 2nd. 7 for $10. Inquire 207 Palmetto cash and monthly payments of $13: I
0. Painter and Florida Horticulture 'I J. H. REESE. street. 4-22-31' per month.

P. H. Rolfs, Gainesville.E. FOR REPRESENTATIVEI No. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles oat, unimproved
0. Painter, His Life and His
Point. FOR SALE Mitchell roadster rare ; good orange land; $25 per
Work, E. S. Hubbard, Federal hereby announce my candidacy for Rep- ;
', E. 0. Painter and the Fertilizer Industry resentative from Orange eounty, subject to bargain; recently completely overhauled acre, cash.
Tallahassee. he action of the Democratic primary to beheld and made good as new in ev- Souvenir Postal CardsYou
Capt. R. E. Rose, I June 2nd. No. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber,
E. 0. Painter and the Florida State : S. S. GRIFFIN. ery part; guaranteed first class con- i miles out on proposed brick high-
Horticultural Society, Rev. J. G. dition; must be sold at once, even at
Glass Ocala.Committee. FOR REPRESENTATIVEYielding sacrifice. Come, or address, White way, 5-reom house. 6 acres cleared.
. V; to what appears to be the desire Rock Farm This be have to buy them whether wish to '
t' report, Vegetables, C. Poultry Leesburg, Fla. can bought for $20 per acre, you
of leading citizens in almost every precinct : .
, H. Kennerly, Palatka; L LaTrobe, of Orange county that one of the candidates 4-23-tf the same as some are asking $73 to
- Arcadia; H. H. Tussey, Alva. to be nominated for Representativein FOR SALE-White Indian Runner $150 for. Owner is North and wants or not so why not go where you can find the
Committee Ornamentals, the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe
report,
from the I duck from best American
country precincts hereby announce eggs money.

da Mrs.; Mrs.Marion P. H.A.Rolfs McAdow, Gainesville, Punta ;Gor-Dr. myself a candidate.A. B. NEWTON. I ducks and imported prize winning No. 4. homesteads for sale cheap.If finest quality and largest assortment? If
English ducks two dollars for twelve.W. .
;
H. Nehrling, Gotha; E. N. Reasdner, you are interested get particulars.
Gainesville. MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION i K. Hale, Route 1, Orlando, Fla. we cannot show twice as different
John Schnabel
Oneco; 4-23-lw No. 5. I also have the cheapest you many

. Committee report, Methods of Pack- I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor 3.4 acre lot, with 3-room house in the
. ing and Shipping Citrus Fruits, S. F. re-electi6n to the office of Member of FOR SALE-Or trade for city lots. of styles of Orlando view cards as other
Orlando any
city in
Poole, Winter Haven; Dr. 0. W. Sad- Board of Public Instruction, Orange County, One horse, buggy, and harness. a white: section.
. ler, Mt. Dora; David Scott, Arcadia; frees District No. 3, subject to the coming Price $125. Apply to M. Isen, 601 W. Price $373.
l F. D. Waite, Palmetto. primary. Very respectfully WJL EDWARDS. Church street. 4.23-3t If you want any property, city or firm in the city, we will give you cards free

: Wednesday Evening Zellwood. Fla. country; want to rent, or have property
Address, Shipping Experiments in FOR RENT of charge. Make us prove it.
} Florida, H. J. Ramsey, United States FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION _. -- -- to sell or rent, see me for good
-
: bureau plant industry, Washington, I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor FOR RENT -- service. t
t re-electien to the office of Supervisor of -Permanently, unfur-
. D. C. Registration for Orange County, subject to nished, at South Lake and South
> Address, Organization and Promo- the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, streets, very nice lower flat; has five CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND W. S. BRANCH,

.. tion of the Florida Growers and Ship- 1914. FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR rooms and bath and all modern con- r
pers' League, L B. Skinner, Dunedin, veniences. Address C. Goesswein, BUSINESS EXCHANGE
president F. G. S. L SHERIFFI Lake Davis. 4-16-tf The Arcade Book and Music StoreAiiiiit"IMHIiMMIIIMIIilllllllllMIMMMaMMMIMIIMifMlilll
Address, The Florida Shippers' hereby announce myself as a candidate 19 W. Church St. Phone 393.
for Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the FOR RENT
What It Has Accomplishedand
League, Democratic primary of June !nd, 1914.
Eight rooms, bath, hot water buta
What It Expects to Do, Lloyd S. PRANK GORDON. ; -
step to everything; low rent. 308 \
Orlando secretarv-manaeer
Tennv. FOR SHERIFF
West street. 1:
the Florida Growers and Shippers' 4-22-3t > 1"1"01"1'11"1"1'1"1"11"1"1"111"1"1"1' J
I announce myself u a candidate for the \
League. office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida FOR RENT-Two office spaces in
The horticultural society will then subject to the Democratic primary. I am a our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
adjourn and there will then be held native of Orange county. In asking the votes
Come in and will show
i the annual business meeting and elec- of my fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge Electric Co.we you. 3-29-tf Pierce I There's a Style Show Here |
tion of board of, directors for the the duties of the office without fearor
favor to any man for the upholding of the
Florida Growers and ShIppers' laws and the preservation of peace and good TO RENT-6
League. The incorporation papersare order in the county. room house, furnishedor
being prepared and it is expectedthat WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR unfurnished, and rooms one dollar -
at this time steps will be takento COUNTY COMMISSIONER per week up, sleeping or light
in Year
the
complete the incorporation of the ty I Commissioner am a candidate of for Orange the office county of Coun from housekeeping.-- -205-W..-Pine.- Every Day

league. District 2. If elected I promise to serve the IISCELLAXEOUSWILL ;
t Thursday Morning people to the best of my ability, having resided -
- Insects and Diseases, Woolly White here a number of years, I am quali-
fied to know the needs of the section and
Fly, Cottony Cushion Scale and Mango the people. PAY $1.05 CASH for Nancy I-
,. Scale, J. R Watson, Gainesville Respectfully. Hall and Porto Rico yam potato II. Home makers will find a visit through our
Rust Mite and Its Control, W. W. A. C. STARBIRD slips, fifty to the bunch. Apopka I.

Yothers, Orlando; Observations on. Apopka Fla.FOR Plant Co., Apopka, Fla. 4-24-6t
store We have here the
big
Insects and Diseases in the Florida COMMISSIONER an interesting treat.
I hereby announce nyrelf a candidate for
and the Gulf Country, E. W. Beicer, re-election as Commissioner from District No. We insure your life and loan you
Gainesville; Pecan Insects, J. B. Gill, 3. Orange county Florida subject to the money on real estate at 6 per cent most delightful of necessities for the furnishing
Monticello. 'action of the Democratic primary to be held interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

Committee report, Necrology, E. S. June 2nd 1914. J. L. DILLARD. Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
Hubbard. FOR COMMISSIONERI 3-25-d&wtf :: of the modern home.

Committee Legislation, !II. .--. I
report, hereby announce myself a candidate for
. E. Billett Tamoa; A. H. Brown, Man- re-election as County Commissioner from First class Brazing a specialty at .I.
avista; G. L Taber, Glen St. Mary District No. 1 of Orange county subject to Warman's Repair Shop o.i Court St
; the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your ::
I. A. Stewart, DeLand; 0. W. Conner, support will be greatly appreciated. 12-5-tf. We specialize in high-grade furniture at a :

Tangerine; E. H. Mote, Leesburg. M. 0. OVERSTREET.FOR l
SEED! SEED! SEED!

C.Report Painter.of the secretary, Miss Okle I hereby COUNTY announce myself COMMISSIONER as a candidatefor ; Garden and field seed. DeLaney & :;:: ; moderate price. We invite you to come in and
Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
County Commissioner Orange County,
of the
Report treasurer, W. S. i
District Four subject to the action of the
Hart. Democratic primary. June 2nd. 1914. I will i Rubber Stamps made to order at II | look over the display. x
Report of the executive committee, greatly appreciate your support. Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. ..
P. H. Rolfs, chairman. Yours truly ..
Election of officers. Pine Castle Fla. C. J. SWEET. NEWS VALUE OF ADVERTISING .

Selection of next place of meeting. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI Readers of the Sentinel who makea
Thursday afternoon, excursion on PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RiGHT
St. Johns river. announce to the myself office as of a County candidate Commissioner for reelection practice of studying the advertis- ::

Thursday Evening Orange County District Five subjectto ing can testify to the remarkable .
Stereopticon address What Is the decision of the Democratic primary,
a amount of interesting and reliable in-
2nd,
June 1914.
Good Looking Town, J. Hora McFar- Respectfully, formation they acquire.It :: I
land, president American Civic Asso- E. L BROWN
ciation, Harrisburg, Pa. Ft. Christmas Fla. is a form of education which

Stereopticon lecture, Irrigation, F. FOR TAX ASSESSORI many readers follow quite uncon- 4

W. Stanley, United States department hereby announce my candidacy for the sciously-but nonel the less to their
of agriculture, Washington, D. C. office of Tax Assessor of Orange County sub Kincaid & SnowdenORLANDO'S
: Friday Morning ject to the action of the Democraite primary distinct advantage.A ::
called for June 2nd,
1914. If
Pineapples. R. L. Goodwin, Fort elected I pledge you my faithful nominated service. and period of fifteen minutes a day

Pierce; B. K. McCarty, Eldred; W. ARTHUR BUTT. devoted to reading of advertisementsis
R. Hardee, Jensen.
as surely productive of results
Tropical Fruits, Dr. John Gifford, FOR COUNTY TREASURERI as
hereby announce myself a candidate for is the same amount of time
devotedto
Cocoanut Grove; Edward Simmons, Treasurer of Orange County subject to the LOW Mll FURNITURE HOUSE V
Miami; E. A. Moreno, Tampa; H. C. Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914.J. reading Dr. Eliot's famous five feet

", Hendrickson, Trinidad, W. I. H. TUCKER. of books-and perhaps the results are
Peaches, Deciduous Fruits and
,; Nuts, H. K. Miller, Monticello; H. S. hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTORI myself as a candidate more immediately practical and helpful l\\ Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
Graves, Gainesville; Ira D. Soar, for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof ,
Orange Conity, subject to the Democratic
Not
to take
Gainesville. primary to U held June 2nd, 1914. If re- advantage of adver-
elated I pledge to you my faithful service tising is to neglect a plain duty to
f' u I haft endeavored to give in the pat ft"\
Read the advertisements daily. W. & MARTIN. oneself. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIs


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EMPIRE HOTEL ON THREE STREETS. ROOMS 75c, $1.00 AND

$1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.
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: 100 ROOMS : J. MAGRUDER, Prop.

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: \. EVERY ROOM WITH BATH OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.
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NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS
: $3.00 to
$1.00 A DAY MEALS 50 CENTS

$5.00PERVEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS
( Inquire at office for low weekly and monthly rates for the :
I $20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
summer.
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FACTS OF THE WAR _. .....111.11111.1111.1..11111.111111.1111111.1111.,.
BETWEEN U. S. AND MEXICO BIG BARGAIN INFURNISHED :.

The war between the United States
HOME THE MARKETOf
and Mexico opened with the battle of I I Hammond &Gore

Palo Alto, May 8, 1846, and closed,
I, Owner leaves for the north :
with Gen. Scott's
triumphant entry
into Mexico City, September 14, 18-17.1 I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EHBALHERS. May lath and has instructed : Cleanliness Of Quality ;

It will thus be seen that the contest t i us to sacrifice the property. :

lasted a year and four months, says ; REAL VALUES LOW PRICES Located on Main street in I Ihigh. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

the Rev. Thomas B. Gregory in the .class neigborhood. Lot :
COMPARE FISH AND GAME
New York American.
77x225 feet. Nine large :
The war, once begun, was rapidly rooms and bath, garage nnd I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
fought on against enormous numbers OUR FURNITUREWe ,
I servants house. The homeis
and great natural obstacles. Most of I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh !
the Mexican troops were regulars, completely furnished and
provide the quality furniture that has long and
well drilled and seasoned surrounded with beautiful pure.
thoroughly been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
t to the climate; and yet not once standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It I shade trees. Owner has occupied We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

throughout the war did Mexico score wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make the property and re everything in the Meat Line.

4 a victor this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof ceived an income of$loo per
The American army of invasion this business, and that means much to any buyer. month from furnishod rooms
numbered 46,000 volunteers, backed
The of for the past six months. Reasonable The PARLOR MARKET
by 26,000 regulars. strength
the Mexicans was much greater, McNML & DAVIS BLOCK, terms if necessary

about three times that of the invaders. This is a fine location for a
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, Fla. rooming house.Cooper H. M. Self & Co.

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The money cost of the Mexican war Ji I ,
to the United States was about $130- I $ Atha PINE STREET

000,000-$100,000,000 actually paid I
out and $30,000,000 by way of side Phone No. 801111.11111.11..I.I.I.I.III.I.III..e.I..I.ltc
114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor
expenses. I
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command of the Northern and
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had only fifteen hundred men at first.I
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He had two thousand at the battle of

Palo AUo on May 8, 1846, breaking I .
up the Mexican army in Texas a dayor &tftr' ForSaleModern :: Will Put the Reinsof

two later at Resaca de la Palma.'I : I:
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General Taylor crossed the Rio -
Success in Your
Grande, took Matamoras on May 18,
and Monterey on September 24. He Just arrived car load 8-room : I,

had Tampico six thousand surrendered men with on him November there. FORDS for immediate :i House 2 doors : I'; HandsHow


14. On February 23, 1847, he defeated delivery.Get :i west of Wyoming ,: ? By furnishing with ;
Santa Ana at Buena Vista, although you
he had sent most of his i Hotel. Bar-
troopsto I Fertilizer. Let
yours nowF. M a perfect our representative ;
join General Scott at Vera Cruz.

General Scott landed at Vera Cruzon G. RUSH ; gain. : call on you. He will give you a ;

March 9, 18-17, with thirteen thou- I
formula that will make and
sand men. On the 27th, the town and Phone 226 mature :

castle surrendered. On April 18 Gen i A. L. Bentley, fruit.

erals Scott and Twiggs defeated San- 'I your
10 E. AMELIA AVENUEPLANTSPLANTSPLANTS
ta Ana and twelve thousand men at
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Cerro Gordo, entered Jalapa the next ,111",111,1111111111",1

day, and took the Castle of Perote .

without Puebla was a fight reached, three on May days 15,later.and I II T Soiltileril f FertilizerORLANDO r tl.

there the army rested until August.In pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy I
the fighting before the City of Hall and Porto Rico sweet ..
P. M. Pine Castle Phones Office 32 Plant 31 FLORIDAOMItlCIMMUMIimtnMMMtMttMtHlllttllltitt
Mexico, a Mexican army of thirty plants. Shanibarger, : ,
thousand was broken up in one day, Fla. 4-2MOt
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four thousand Mexicans killed, and Who is your painter and decorator? _ ___
three thousand made prisoners. The
If you are satisfied keep the one you Sentinel want advertising serves i The Sentinel is the newsiest and
Americans lost eleven hundred in have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, I
killed and wounded. No. 636. 1-20-tf the seeker and the offerer equally. (best printed daily in Central Florida.MMMMIIMIIIIMMMMMMHItMillMMMtlllMMIU.

Santa Ana used an armistice to restore -:!

his forces, and brought on the .IMMMMMMiilfMillllllW.M
battle near Chapultepec on September To the West and NorthwestVIA

8. Four thousand Americans at-
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tacked fourteen thousand Mexicans at -- --

Molino del The Mexicans left
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one thousand dead. The Americanloss DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND : SLEMONS

was eight hundred. On September .
13, Chapultepec itself was SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

a stormed. The next day General Scott

entered Mexico City. I Dixie Dixie

In the meantime, General Kearney,I Lv Orlando.. A. C. L..12:31am Limited. 3:13pmr Flyer.I v Orlando.SOUTH...ATLANTIC..............LIMITED......, 3:13pm New Goods Arriving Daily
Lieutenant Colonel Fremont, and Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pm .
Stockton Sloat and T Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:25pm v J Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm I
Commodores
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v Waycrou. A. C. L..ll:50am 10:25pmr v Waycross. A. C. L. .............10:20pmr
Montgomery had captured Californiaand Macon. G. S. &: F....... 5:13pm 4:15amr Macon. G. S. 4 F. .............. 3:46am
Atlanta. C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7:%5 am r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. '1:1%am
New Mexico, and General Wool r Knoxville L. & N. .............12:19pmr
had completed the conquest of all r Chattanooga W. &: A..12:18am 11:55 amr Corbin. L &: N. ................ 3:16pmr
Nashville N. C. &: St L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:00pm
northern Mexico. ArSt Louis L c.&I.&N. 2:50 7 20 am r Indianapolis pa. L ............ 1:50am
: : pm
By the treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo Ar Lexington L. & N. ............ 6:50 pm We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
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2, 1848, which ended the Ar Hopkinsville. L & N. 6:27 pm Ar Cincinanti. L. & N 8:50pm
February
Ar Evansville L. A N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm I r Kalamazoo, G. R. & L ..........12:20 pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
war, the United States acquired what .......
Ar Terre Haute. C. A E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am I r Grand Rapids. G. R. &: L %:43 pm
; is now the states of California, Nevada Ar Chicago C. A E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am "r Cleveland, Sig Four ............. 1Uam Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

\ .. Utah, the half of Colorado, the
most of Arizona and New Mexico, a I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, On Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
Solid train composed of section drawing- Solid train composed of electric lighted
territory aggregating seven hundred room sleeping ears observation compartment & Co Best place in the city to trade.
cars and dining; ear. between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches .
thousand square miles. Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
ar between Jacksonville and St Louis Jacksonville. Louisville
and Indianapolis:
Don't wait for every one in town to DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
have Entrican, the painter, before Solid train carrying electric lighted eomartroent Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
Am to look observation sleepers and electlic Jacksonville and Grand Rapids
you try. too busy you I on Mondays
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the; ighted last coaches section and drawing-room smoking car.deepen.Dining First car and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear W. M. SLEMONS
job. 1-20-ti erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
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Are you puzzled to get more busi FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS- AND INFORMATION. WRITE OR CALL ON ORANGE AVENUE
ness? If so, try an ad. in the SentineL .I W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent

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'Ir + 1 1J I Il I! CURRY CIGAR FACTORY Will SOON I I IHAV I Ii .

f[. [ NEW HOME I i


;f.i t.f.: Board of Trade Committee Active in
t:
Securing Larger Quartersfor

1j 1f the Industry I'W'

Through the efforts of the Board of
Trade committee to which the matter
J THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO was referred recently the cigar fac- ,
tory of Mr. W. K. Curry will soon : :
1. CAPITAL $ 50,000.00 have a new home; at least that is the
plan, and the indications are that the
.t 2. SURPLUS $ 35,000.00
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idea will be carried to successful con-
i 3. DEPOSITS $919,436.00 clusion. %

I. The capital of the State Bank of Or- Yesterday was the seventh anniver- ,/
1 of Mr. arrival in Or- r
I sary Curry's i
lando is owned by 20 stockholders, all responsible -
4; l lando, and the growing business whichhe
and interested in the
financially
has built up has been made in that
1 business advancement of our city. period. He began making cigars in a TJJAT 'XLAC

back room in the old A. A. Smith
E 2. The $35,00000 surplus, has been buildin? His present quarters are ;; stands for the protection of life

. earned from its business; it is profits set in the L. L. Payne building on Church and property of American Citizens
t aside as security for those who entrust their street near the Coast Line station,
I business to this bank. but his business has outgrown these everywhere !
quarters, and the prospects are such and

f 3. The extent which business men, for continued and greater growth that : llhi!! the same Government
'.: farmers, men, women, children, find the Mr. Curry wants a new building con- protects 5
security and courteous attention of this structed especially to suit the needs : tIlIIff their finances when entrusted to

f bank's service helpful and advantageous, is of a modern cigar factory. :. to this "National" Hank, which is
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' The fame of the Curry factory has '
reflected in the totals of our deposits}g,- :: :
under
extended to other cities and both Government supervision :::
I 436.00. Jacksonville and Tampa are after i t.
But Mr. Curry prefers to remain in .
f t Orlando. His business is identified .'.. ,..
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with the place, and aside from this :
he has an affection for Orlando and : ..}: ':y: ','.,

expects to remain here. He asked the .. .. .',' "
Board of Trade to assist him in se -:- "
? curing another location, and the committee
f COMMENCEMENT PARTIES i I asparagus fern were used in outline.I II of the board had a meeting

.}. BEGIN 1 1'j Much fun was had on the reading of I yesterday afternoon at which the ,.
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The near approach of commencement !I the place cards, which were most! most commendable spirit of cooperation .
), is being heralded by many happy clever. Those for the juniors were was manifested. :
f gatherings at the various schools i* ludicrous "table don'ts," and across The Curry factory employs between D'[ ; [ iIb illYs-iP 0" f
7 and colleges, and last evening a particularly .; the top of each was written "Advice sixty and seventy people, and the pro : .
i pretty party was given by from the Seniors." Later, for the duct is sold in twenty states. The 1
y the seniors to the members of the benefit of these and best known brands of
unsophis- cigars turned
young ,
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junior class of the Cathedral school. ticated students, the seniors asked out are the "Lucerne Circle," the ..' .:...:: .-..:,.:'.:;:'... ..;" :. ."-:.,:.: .. -
-1 The affair was arranged by three Rev. Mr. Cobb to read extracts froma "Samuel L. Clemens" and the "New : ;
I
; ,of the seniors, the others, as well as little book on etiquette. The place South." The Circle cigar is made in I -
j the guests, being kept completely "in cards for the especial guests were three shapes, the blunt, the
panatella mand for his cigars. The pay roll MANY WILL GO FROM ORANGE is also on the program, which appears -
the dark" as to what form the entertainment "crisk conundrum crackers," and bore and figaros. It is the best known I
amounts to $35,000 annually, and I
if I TO PALATKA MEETING I i in another column of this issue.
would take. At six-thirty the names of the principal and Mrs. I brand put out, and has been the : within a year's time the proprietor I
z, the doors'of Cluett Hall were opened, Cobb, Miss Mary Atkinson, the class I means of giving thefamous residence' expects to double his business all j i I I Orange county always sends a consid-
i and the the guests were ushered into teacher of the seniors, Miss Julia At- 'section of Orlando wide publicity. round. I Orange county will send a large erable delegation to the horticultural
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:t the auditorium, which had been gaily kinson, the vice principal, and Misses I The volume of the output is ten thou- delegation to the Palatka meeting of I society meetings, several of whom
decorated with pennants, and found Ella Slemons, Dora Lewter and Nelle sand cigars a day. the State Horticultural society to beheld I I I come from the Oakland section. Mr.
j a daintily : Mr. J. N. Watkins, of Greenville, j Mahlon Gore, who is in the habit ofgoing
appointed table in
readi-. Kinzel, who are taking senior studies. The success achieved by Mr. Curry at that place next Tuesday, j
ness for them. A S. C., is a late arrival at the San will be unable attend this
delicious supper, The hostesses were Misses Helen has been due almost entirely to his April 27. Following the meeting of to
I' much of which was prepared on the Warlow, Berta Langenbach, Elizabeth personal effort. He has never had a Juan. the horticultural society there will bea i }"ear. Mr. W. H. Brokaw and Mr.
: chafing dish, was served, and con- Baynard, Carrie Hooks, Ruth Bour- I traveling salesman and has done very Remember, when you go to the meeting of the Florida Growers'and Tenny will go from Orlando, and
sisted of salad, creamed chicken, Saratoga lay, Olive Dinkle, Johnson, little there may be others.
t Dorothy advertising of the usual kind. polls to mark your ticket on next Shippers' League, of which Mr. .
5 chips, sandwiches, saltines, Ruth Isaacson, and Mary Rowan. The But when he gets into his new building June 2, that you must mark your tick Lloyd S. Tenny, of Orlando,_ is the .
olives, strawberry ice, cakes and can- members of the junior class are Misses he will employ a first class sales- et to the right in the squares required -: executive officer. Mr. Tenny is downon Mr. F. E. Baxter, of Lakeland, is
I dies. Roses were banked in the cen- j! Lillian Connor, Gretchen Hodgson, man and will engage other means of instead of the left as hereto- the program for two addresses, among the guests at the San Juan
I ter of the table, and long sprays of Marian Jones, and Emma Lummus. broadening and solidifying the de- fore. and Mr. Henry N'ehrling, of Gotha, today.lHWmmHHH .

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