The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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


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' THrt YtllL REACH GALVSmN[ SOON Supt. McKinnon Shows Districts DISCUSSEDDESPITE
it They Are at Present and ZAPATA AND HUERTA[ HAVE MADE UP


Seminole county created the necessityarose RUMORS TO CONTRARY FERS FROM CHILE BRA-



:' Of the many pages of war news board districts. FORCES
that have been printed during the The redistricting as to the commissioners NOERTA'S[ ATTITUDE IS NOT T KNOWN Former Manager Brings Officers

; past week there is no single item so From Jacksonville Make Vera Cruz
was done by the commissioners Washington, April 25. to 25.-Specia1.-( )
to the people of Orlandoas
some time ago, but the school I of State Bryan today emphatically Arrest and Gets ArrestedAn O'Shaughnessy has in his possessiona

that conveyed in a brief telegram board has not made the necessary denied widespread and OPINION DIVIDED AS TO EFFECTIVENESS letter from Huerta which is a virtual -
received yesterday by Mrs. H. S. I persistent reports -
; changes. The provision of the law is that he would relinquish his OF PLANS interesting aftermath of the declaration of war upon the
at Winter Park, from her
that the boundaries of school districts post should war be declared against PROPOSED BY SOUTH troubles that have recently attendedthe United States.

' son, L S. Kedney. The message may be changed only in July Mexico. Mr. Bryan said: affairs of the Grand theater in The letter accompanied the pass
read briefly: of a year of general election. I "The subject of my resignation has this city occurred yesterday morning ports which were handed O'Shaugh
"Had to flee for life from Jalapa
; before his from
when Manager B. G. Benson nessy departure
The following division of districts never been discussed with was
p safe on board ship. Will go to Gal-! Washington, April 25.-Special.( ) Mexico This letter
and the M served with a warrant for assault on City. may yet
notes appended were prepared nor thought of by me. for with Mexico
; veston.!" -Preparations war
by Dr. J. F. McKinnon, county Outside of the White House there disturbed the person of the former manager, play an important part in the war,
were suddenly tonight by
to The message was sent from Vera The for it would serve as a basis upon
Harry DeLaney. alleged assault
superintendent of public instruction: has been considerable discussion of
the announcement from the White
Cruz, and indicates that the Kedneys which
committed in Jacksonville congress declare that a
was several -
School District No.1 thee the individual
comprises opinions known to be
House that Chile Brazil and the
have taken refuge on some one of state of war exists between this
following voting precincts: No.1, held by members of the cabinet on had offered days ago, when Mr. Benson went
American vessels in port' there. I Republic to mediate -I to that city to the collection i country and Mexico. The substanceof
Orlando south; No. 2, Orlando north; I the present situation. None of theseis between Mexico and the United I attempt-
Mr. H. S. Kedney lived in Orlando
the letter has been
of which he claims wired to
No.3, Winter Park; No. 15, Taftj'i; !' said to be serious or approaching States and the offer had been money DeLaney
some sixteen years ago and will be No. 16, Pine Castle; No. 17, Conway. I I any breach in the president's official owed him. The mix-up occurred in state department.
remembered here as the builder and cepted. ashore
School District No. 2 comprises the i I J family, but there have been natural the Seminole hotel. O'Shaughnessy came today
first owner of the San Juan hotel I The announcement came as a com- from the battleship Minnesota, wherehe
following voting precincts: No. 18,i I differences of opinion as to what ag- DeLaney left Orlando shortly after
He has been living in Mexico for plete surprise following the develop- the He
spent night.
Fort Christmas; No. 19, Pickett; No. gressive measures should be pursued. the fair in February and left the was accom-
some years, engaged in the coffee ment of plans in congress to have a panied by Shanklin. The twb
20, Fish. I The president himself, it is said, has Grand's affairs in a muddled condition -
business. Mrs. Kedney has been committee of leaders to call upon the were closeted for a long time with
School District No. 3 comprises the invited the widest range of suggestions it is said. DeLaney and Benson
spending the past winter at Winter president for a more definite outlineof Consul Canada.O'Shaughnessy.
No.4 !'I front his advisers and has steered were associated in the management
following voting precincts: ,
Park. The telegram from her son his plans and policy with referenceto doesn't know
Maitland; No.5, Lockhart; No.6,!{I'a middle course between those who i of the theater. Since DeLaney left yet
that they were all safe was a great Mexico. active what he will do, as he has not reorders -
Apopka No.7, Bay Ridge No. 8, :favor a quickly aggressive policy and Benson has been in charge, and
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relief to her, for she had been in a ceived from
i Washington is divided tonight Washington.
Zellwopd; No.9, Clarcona; No. 10,I i j1 I those who believe war can be best on some controversy :lias been going on L
state of anxiety ever since the land- : the effectiveness of mediation plans.It Zapata, the rebel chieftain, is reported -
Ocoee; No. 11, Winter Garden; No. ;!;averted by patient observation and since, resulting as previously stated.
ing of the American marines at Vera 'I is generally conceded that the mediation : to be in Chapultepec. According .
carefully I deliberated action. DeLaney arrived in Orlando on the
12, Oakland; No. 13, Orange Center
Cruz and the subsequent fighting ; to Paul Hudson
proposal couldn't well be who arrived here
, No. 14, Gotha. !I Officials point out for instance that very early train yesterday, bringing with
d about that place. Jalapa. where the the department is naturally anxious rejected, but at the same time the him two husky process servers, who today from the capital, Zapata is

Kedneys were living, is a short distance Some Facts-At regular meetingof ;i to take every reasonable precaution consensus of opinion is that the attempt turned the papers over to Sheriff now completely reconciled with Huer
from Vera Cruz. County Board of Public Instruc- will be futile. ta, and has brought with him 20,000men
I with its forces Frank Gordon. Benson arrested
military and the navy was
tion, July 3, 1894, the county, as re-
The Kedney party is composed of !' is bending its energies likewise to The proposals will have to be accepted and in turn swore out a warrant for who are ready to fight the Amer-
quired by law, was divided into three
the elder Kedney and his son, L. S. perfecting its preparations for actual by Huerta and also by Villa DeLaney charging him with embez icans.
school board districts.
The law
Kedney, and the latter's wife and two requires -'warfare. They also state that the and Carranza to be of value in the zlement. By the time Benson had

children, one of the children being a that a member of the County!! pacification of Mexico and his CITIZENS OF VERA CRUZ DISARMED
state department, which is directly allayingthe arranged bond it was train time
Board of Public Instruction be chosen
old and the other infant of
year an ;' crisis.Whether and BY FLETCHER
'responsible for relations with other war he was unable to catch DeLaney,
from each of these school board dis
five weeks. Their hurried and
escape ':foreign governments and which is or not Huerta will accept who started back to Jacksonville on
tricts but, these members be
the long journey before them are nat- are ; trying through diplomacy to prevent the proposal depends entirely on their the 9:56 train. Benson telegraphed Vera Cruz, April 25.-(Special.)-
voted on by the county at large. The
urally causes for sympathy in their I aggressive movements which might terms. The attitude of Villa and Car- ahead, however, and DeLaney was ar Admiral Fletcher has issued orders
behalf and their friends in Orlando boundaries of these districts can be.
!'aggravate action by the constitutionalists ranza toward the new developmentsis rested on the train at Green CoveSprings. that any one found with weapons tonight

will hope for a safe and uninterrupted changed only in July of a year of i and the Mexican people as a not known here. He gave bond and was re shall be shot immediately. All
general elections. It will be noted
trip to rest and safety. ,whole is busily occupied in friendly Secretary Daniels said tonight that leased. As the matter stands DeLa arms in the city wherever found except -
that in District No. 2 only three precincts -
remain after the division of I repression of the war spirit of its the new developments will not cause ney will have to return to Orlando to in the hands of American troopsare

allied departments. any change in the plans of the navy answer the charge against him here, to be confiscated.

MIAMI WIN Hill MEETING 0 f the two county.members The of law the County provides Board thatno .I All the cabinet secretaries them- and no orders will be issued tonight and Benson will have to go to Jack Admiral Fletcher has taken su

selves denied altering the position attitude of sonville to the preme command upon.the recommendation
I that there is any serious or answer charge againstdim -
flORIDA EDITORS of Public Instruction may be chosen :!
from the same district. This information -!I division and point to their close and the sailors and marines at Vera Cruz there. of Admiral Badger.

frequent conferences as evidence o f: I and other points. Sheriff Frank Gordon will leave to Reports reached here of looting of
may of interest in view of
I,their American homes and mines at Real
I co-operation. day to bring DeLaney back.
Bob Holly of Sanford Elected Presi the division of the county and the
I Both young men have a number ol Delmonte, near Mexico City. Americans -
dent and Other Officers Are small size of District No. 2. I :
I MEMORIAL[ DAY SERVICES[S Will L I friends in Orlando who regret the are said to have been impris

Re-elected I I IWlll f IORIDA MUSK H HOUSE U [ I IS IN I I unfortunate differences between them. oned in at least two towns, but reports -

B BEHELD[ [ AT LUCERNE[ are unconfirmed.
Fort Myers, Fla., April 25.Withthe : RGANIZ[ MIliTARY AT A Ad T ,
election of officers and the selection

of the next meeting place an d SANFORD O NEXT WK[[ Address Will Be Delivered by Dr. THROUGH ORLANDO MIAMI LAYING ORLANDO PLANS PARTY TO RECEIVE

the disposal of other business the
Who Buys From Former Owners andWill Poulson; Songs of ConfederacyWill Vice-President Thomas R. Marshal
Florida Press association
unusually busy day yesterday.spent Th an Captain E. C. Moore and Lieutenant Make Complete Changein Be Feature and Mrs. Marshall went through Orlando In a letter to Mr. J. H. Reese, of

Personnel last night on the midnight the Sentinel, received
convention will draw to a close today Ray Chapman Visit Sanford to yesterday,Capt.
f Lend Assistance Memorial day services will be held train on their return from Fort My G. Duncan Brossier, chairman of the
with the delegates spending most
o A complete change in the personnel at the Lucerne theater this afternoonat ers, where they attended the meetingof entertainment committee of the Miami -
the time accepting the hospitality f
the Fort Myers folk, who have lef o Captain Egbert C. Moore of Company i'.;of the force heretofore in charge o{ 3 o'clock. Arrangements have the Florida Press association. On Board of Trade, says that his

nothing undone to make the editors' C, of Orlando, accompanied by the Florida Music House, of Orlando,, been perfected by the Daughters of the car accompanying them wereUnited committee is making plans to give

stay the most pleasant within the recollection -I Lieut. Ray Chapman, went to Sanford will be made by Mr. R. J. Arthur, o{ the Confederacy for the exercises and States Marshal J. CliffordBrown the Orlando auto party the time of
the Kimball Piano the subsequent decoration of the and Mr. Thomas their lives when
L of who have attendedany yesterday afternoon and returned last company, who recently Appleyardsecretary they reach that city

of the previous any thirty-four conventions night after attending a meeting for purchased the majority stock graves of the departed heroes. All of the press association. from their booster trip, which starts

held. the organization of a military com-". from Messrs. Walter Drennen and C members of the chapter are requestedto from Orlando May 18. The letter

at that E. Saunders.j wear their badges. BASEBALL RESULTS says:

Miami was selected for the 1915 i pany place. j I I Mr. Montgomery Smith, who has Those who have flowers to contribute "We will be delighted to receive

meeting place over Kissimmee another d i| Capt. Moore was requested by Col. been manager for the concern, win 1 have been requested to send them American League them and hope that you can arrangeto
Blanding to lend his assistance i in
towns which sent large delega- '!j the enter the piano business in Orlandoon to the theater, where they will be St. Louis 0, Detroit 4. come along too. The Board of

tions to capture the next convention. ; organization of the company, a his own account. He will handle taken in charge by the committee. Cleveland 1, Chicago 0.New Trade was instructed to wire your
movement having been made in that
The following officers were elected to the Story & Clark and the Kranich & Orange county camp of Confederate York-Philadelphia; rain. committee to be sure and come, and

serve the association during the next direction some time ago. Fifty men Bach instruments. His stock is a t : veterans will not attend in a body, Boston-Washington; rain. we will show them the time of their

twelve months: R. J. Holly, of San-,i! were enlisted at the meeting last present on the road, and he will soon I but a number of veterans will be National League lives. As chairman of the entertain-

ford, president; C. 0. Codrington, of: night, lacking only eight of the num be in position to announce his loco present. The address will be delivered Boston 0, Brooklyn 4. ment committee I have been instructed -

Sanford, vice-president; T. J. Apple-I ber required to be mustered in. tion. It will be good news to his I by Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, of Chicago 1, Cincinnati 13.St. to see that these people have everything -

yard, of Tallahassee, secretary (reelected -t Mr. H. R. Powers, of Sanford, is; many friends that Mr. Smith intends the First Baptist church. Songs of Louis-Pittsburg; rain. in sight, and to spare n()

); J. W. White, of Jacksonville leading the movement for the organ to remain in Orlando. I the Confederacy will be a feature of Philadelphia-New York; rain. expense in entertaining them. So

treasurer; J. H. Humphries, of ization of the company, and will probably Mr. James Burden, who was sec- the exercises. The program follows: Federal League boost it up."

Bradentown, national committeeman. ;i' be chosen captain when the organization retary of the company, will remainwith Chorus, Dixie. Chicago 7, Kansas City 2.

Vice-President Marshall and Ge n.' is perfected. Captain i the new management until May Solo, Mr. Walter Drennen. Pittsburg-Brooklyn; wet grounds. THREE CANDIDATES QUALIFYFOR

William B. Haldeman, the latter of Moore said the time is ripe for 1, when his work will have been com- Address, Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson. Baltimore-Buffalo; rain. PLACE OX BALLOT A

the Louisville Courier-Journal, were Sanford to have a military company pleted.' He has not announced his Quartette, Tenting Tonight, Mrs. Indianapolis 3, St. Louis 4.

elected honorary members of the as and there would be no trouble in securing plans. Other attaches of the officewill i Warlow, Mrs. Cobb, Mr. Curry, DIf t. Southern LeagueNashvilleMemphis I Three candidates qualified yesterday
I' required number of men. be succeeded by appointees o Drennen. ; wet grounds. I by paying their assessments, being -

During the afternoon VicePresident i- i the new managemnt, it is understood. Chorus, America. Chattanooga 5, Atlanta 0. I Mr. C. J. Sweet, candidate for
Marshall addressed the Fort My- BUILDING AND LOAN All will be 10 '
cordially welcomed. Birmingham Montgomery 2. county commissioner from the Pine
ers lodge, Loyal Order of Moose of ,
!I i EARLY MORNING BLAZE New Orleans 5, Mobile 5. Ten i innings Castle district; J. H. Tucker for
which he is a prominent member. Office hours of the Orlando Mutual 1 coun-
The fire THE WEATHER darkness.
department was called to ; ty treasurer, and Dennis Jernigan for
Building and Loan Asociation are s answer an alarm turned in at 1:45 Florida: Fair Sunday and probably South Atlantic League constable in the Orlando district.

The Ocala Banner says: "FloridaValencia from9tolla.m.and4to6p. m., this morning from the home of C. W. Monday. Columbia 4, Augusta 1.

oranges are bringing in the and by appointment. See Mr. Ellerbe, Fields on South street. The blaze Albany 7, Macon 2. The management of the Grand

New*York market and other markets$4X0 the manager, in the Lord & Bradshawoffice amounted to little and had been extinguished Here you are. This week, 8 packs Savannah 2, Charleston 1. Fifteen house has agreed to give the opera -

"per box. This sounds mighty where books of subscriptionare before the engine reachedthe II I of (square) toilet paper for 25 cents innings. profits from Thursday's receipts to
1M now open. spot. I I Curtis & O'Neal, next postoffice. Jacksonville 5, Columbus 0. the Church Home and Hospital..S .



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If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

} we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of
Monday: '
superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

i are all right, then why not put us to the test.
"A Modern Vendetta," an exceptional drama in three parts ;

I is This Way produced by the Selig Co.

I "A Story Of Crime," one of those real Edison comedy. I

Your doctor gives you a prescription-He did it after carefully diagnosing your Nuf sed : :*.

iff case. He prescribed certain drug's he knew to have certain medical properties. 4'
Don't forget that alcr.g with this: splendid! soVv'C are giving ; ;:

i YES; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would ha ei every one, who attends*this performance, a chance on a

saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.

i $5.00 Gold PieceThe


drawing will take place from the theatre stage at 9 ; ;;

o'clock. Come and see how it is done and be satisfied that your \ ;:
But we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugs
chance is equal to the other fellows. ,
of high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled just "
as your doctor wrote it.Don't. "Have ,You Heard Our Orchestra?"

All this for 5 and 10 cents.IIHMIMMMIMMMMmMMMMMMMMI.

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;' That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may :: -

be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people -
S For Economy and
and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate Purchase Power -

-it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take S. r4 ,4 of your money, "Try Wright's"

:: these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug businessPeople & +: Farm. '

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

. The picture will tell the story,

i a r "Yes," Price tells the Bargain.

I DeLaney & Abernethy $ a


I Next Door lOc Store. Orlando, Florida. t 0' 40 Acres under fence, 200 good orange

WRIGHT : 4 trees, two story house, barn,

I I j added the name of that boy to its roll SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTThe : REALLY REAL a SEED ESi'A'1t cod"O t best of water, three lakes. Snap
bRAo) fCf fl bargain sale.
} ? PARENTS[ Of SlAIN BOYS Representative Hobson, in eulogize Orland Hotel company wish to
ing the dead heroes, said: announce to the patrons of the Orland
. "Remember these enlisted men off cafe and all others who may be inter-
ested that and after -- --
Wilson and Daniels Express Profound the coast of Mexico today are noth- on April 25th, -- -- -
Sorrow at Loss of Men at ing but boys. The average age in be until open further for business notice, that from the 6 a.cafe m.will un- +MMMMIMMIIIIIMIIIHMiMMMIMIOrlando .. .... ...' ,. .. .. .. ......
3 Vera Cruz the fleet there is twenty-one years." til midnight, and a special menu will ,1111111111111011111Iltll"IIIIIIIIIIII..I.'."
Then Hobson recounted the story of' be in force from 8 p. m. until 12 p. m., .
: the Merrimac in the Spanish war and'I consisting of special and fancy dishes Bank '
and ice Trust Co
Washington, April 24.-Letters expressing I creams and cakes, salads, etc.
of how the sailors volunteered to go I
the profound sorrow of President !
with him the
f Wilson and Secretary Daniels on ship. THE BIZ WOT IS Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914 .
" at the death of the four sailors and
marines at Vera Cruz were des Don't wait for every one in town to Necessary to keep the business ball
have Entrican, the before RESOURCESReal '
:. patched by the secretary of the navy rolling is printing-good work-the
Am too busy to look
to the parents of the men. I you up. try.Phone 636, and I will be on you the'i quality produced at the Sentinel job Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37
The letters were addressed to William -i job. 1-20-tf printing department. Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

: Poinsett of Philadelphia, Mrs.I!- -- ----- ---- -- Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
! Isabella McKinnon of Brooklyn,mother .\t 4 Ht.IIMMMIIMMMMMIIMMMMMMIilMMIMt*>+++ Stocks and Bonds . . ? . . 26,018.33
of Coxswain Schumbacher; Mayer\ MHIMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMSewing Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02
Martin of Chicago, and Michael Hag-tj I

; gerty of Cambridge, Mass. j TimeIS 904,906.09
., Mr. Daniels wrote to each: : LIABILITIES

"This morning's dispatches from : Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

i' ; 'Vera Cruz conveying the distressingnews I : Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None
that your son was in the first : NOWHERE Bills payable . . :. . . . . None
line to give his life for his country .

saddens all Americans as the tragedy : Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72

'-: brings gloom into your home. : t Mt ii : Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59$90J,906.09
and the of the
. "My feeling feeling I
: president to you in this sad hour was)I' '
; expressed by President Lincoln, when: EVERY SEWING 8 .

:: on November 21, 1864, he :
: Mrs. Bixby, of Boston, whose five MACUINf : Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

sons gave their lives fighting under : : Deposits April llth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

the"'I American feel how flag weak: and fruitless\:: in getting the city herself is just and humming her family, and into every the woman prettiest in cloth townis : Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81

must be any words of mine which j' ing imagineable, as quickly as she can. : Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38 ",
should attempt to beguile you from a 1: : Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
loss so overwhelming. But I not :
:; refrain from tendering to you the How About Your Machine? j :. Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626,34

consolation that may be found in the
thanks of the republic they died to Is it doing your work as you would like to have it? or :tp i Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
: save. I pray that our Heavenly Father is it running hard, dropping stitches, breaking needles, : The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
o may assuage the anguish of your et, if this ies so you had better COME IN AND SEE the : Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
bereavement and leave you only the FREE MACHINE, the finest sewing machine made to : friends and customers for making such a statement pos

cherished memory of the loved and day. The FREE is the most wonderful machine that was .I sible.
lost and the solemn pride that must ever made. It is far superior to the "old line" machinesthat : ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice have not the newest improvement of the FREE.
: : upon the altar of freedom.'" THE ROTOSCILLO MOVEMENT, EIGHT SETS OF =::" III:" ': IMiiiiiim :::::::: QMMMMMNOTICE ::::::::l

George Poinsett of Philadelphia, BALL BEARINGS. AUTOMATIC LIFT AUTOMATIC -
seaman on the Florida, killed at Vera t LOCKING DRAWERS, AUTOMATIC TENSION RE- I

t o Cruz, was eulogized in the house as f LEASE, SHUTTLE EJECTOR, HEAD LATCH, AUTOt Change of Schedule Clyde St.I, Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
"the Worth Bagley of the Mexican MATIC THREAD CONTROL, etc., as well as ROTARY AND DO ALL KINDS OF
trouble." Representative Moore of { SPOOL PIN, SELF THREADING SHUTTLE, Johns River Steamers I I OPTICAL REPAIRING *
Until further notice the steamers: Osteopathic
Pennsylvania in calling attention to and other late improvements makes the FREE first I Physician
of this line will leave Sanford at
the fact that Poinsett was the first ; choice of all who have investigated-Come in and try 132 Orange Avenue
11:30 o'clock
man killed in the intervention in Mexico \ the FREE before deciding. a. m.
said that "whether we have entered N. M. TUPPEP., Supt.J. Next door to People's Bank,
B. CALDER, Agent.
upon this war wisely or un | up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
THE FREE SEWING MACHINE] CO. Sanford, Fla., March 26, 19140 I
wsely we have at least demonstrated diseases treatedTelephone
our wisdom as a nation in being prepared C. HUGH DAVIDS If you want your bicycle fixed ina I
for war." Mgr. hurry take it to Warman's Repair I 578. DR. L H. RAMSDELL
Shop. 125.tf.I
He added: I Yowell
-Duckworth Department Store. OPTOMETRIST
"A father who yielded to his boy's Sentinel want advertising shortens, Put money in thy purse by adver- ,
(Successor to
desire to serve his country has been and real tising in the Sentinel. Dr. 0. P. Likini) I[
cheapens simplifies any estate -
bereft of a son, but the nation has "1111 "1111111111111111111111111111111111111111..r.1 "selling task." Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. ORLANDO FLORIDA
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[ APAPERS PRINT fAlSE INS [ the Carranza note, "and by no meansa J CAN YOU AFFORD t *,f"I'IIII'IIII"ICII'II"I"I" IIII"lllllllllltt
threat of war." To spend your valuable time asking I

f TO STIR ENTNUSIaSM He was asked if the words used by your neighbors and friends to look

I Carranza, "will drag us into an un- up a house or rooms for you when
equal warfare with dignity, but which: you can get the most information and CAFEOpen

Outrages Committed Against American r J until today we desired to avoid," did valuable selections from the columnsof
h s' F not mean that Carranza at least did the Morning Sentinel I
Property: in Mexico City U 'R

While Police Look On desire war. from 6 a. m. to 12 m.
"Not at all, he replied. "It couldn't p.

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Mexico City, April 23 (by refugee chief wants peace."
train to Vera Cruz, April 24)).-Mobs For a time it was though that the : For Sale 1 1I

in the streets of Mexico City were translation might be at fault, and .,
trampling under foot the Stars and Uneeda BiscuitA that Carranza's Spanish really meant have the following Announcement is hereby made by the Orlando Hotel

Stripes and were threatening American crisp, clean, nutri- "but to the very day we desire to properties which I offer Co., to the patrons of the Orlando cafe and all others,
pedestrians when the refugee tious food. For I avoid," but careful examination of
train, engaged under the auspices of the original showed that the translation at ATTRACTIVE PRICES singular and in crowds, that on and after

the British and German legations, left where.everybodyevery Fresh'in the was correct. It was made by prior to going north: \

for Vera Cruz, carrying some 500 fugitives moisture-proof pack- Samuel Belden, Pesquiera and Carothers One California Bungalow APRIL 25th WHICH IS SATURDAYand

of various nationalities.The age, 5 cents. in consultation. They carefully ; one two-story house
position of those American citizens weighed the meaning of every word (corner lot.) Intending continuing from that date until further notice that
left in the federal capital was and phrase.
buyers will do well to get the cafe will be for service from
regarded as critical Nelson O'Shaugh- Pesquiera said as giving evidenceof open six o'clock of the
: in touch with
the American charge d'affaires, the peaceful intentions of the rebel me on
nessy until
: above properties whichare morning twelve o'clock of the night, with a
Lieutenant Rowan, of the navy, and government that Carranza had re- ,
Captain William A. Burnside, of theY //llll ftil fused a number of offers from federal both new and well

army, were to leave Thursday night garrison to join him if he would located. SPECIAL MENU FROM 8 TO 12

for Manzanillo, on the Pacific coast, take the field against the United IN THE '
under special arrangement with Pro- d States. FRED B. DALE

visional President Huerta. "To all of these offers we have returned OF UNUSUAL AND FANCY DISHES

Immediately after the news of the ZuZuThe negative replies," said Pes- 306 ANDERSON STREET :
quiera. "We can not join forces with
landing of American bluejackets and PHONE 376 :
marines at Vera Cruz was made funny little name Huerta for any purpose. .

known in the federal capital by extra of the famous little General Villa received reportersand ,.
made guarded replies to a number The ORLAND will make a specialty during the sum-
of the local newspapers, ginger snap that puts .

crowds of students and governmentoffice fresh "snap" and of questions. I MMMIMMMMMMMMMHiShoe : ; mer of ice creams, cakes, salads, and other cooling and
employes began to gather. "ginger" into jaded I .
I Your only assurance of future business -' ; health preserving foods.
By dusk a mob had been assemblecin appetites. 5 cents. Repairing
success is knowledge. I J
front of the American club, where I '
You must "learn before !
they smashed windows and howled insults I earn." you can i i by PARCEL POST j | ____BE SURE THAT YOU VISIT THE ORLANDO___.

and threats at the American cit The road to success is not an easy* 1

izens inside, all of whom they threatI one ney-lest)oil you must fall be by fitted the for wayside.the jour-t I' 'cn's Half, Soles, 750 to 850 <-1 1:1. .. .. .. .<< .. ... ... '. .. .. .. .. . .. ..

ened to assassinate.An I Strengthen your forces by enlisting ,I : Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c 21 I =
appeal to the governor of the I the aid of this successful institution.j Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750 II" .1.11.1,111. II .
federal district brought police protec A diploma from this school insures Hand Turned Soles, $'-00
tion, but not before the crowd had jour future success.SOUTIIER4: | Heels Repaired, 2sc ii :
ii i i
shattered many of the windows in the SCHOOLS Successors OF COMMERCE to :4 All work returned in 24 hours. Siiriiia l SlIffiffler "I

club belonging house to and Americans.in adjoining properties I Orlando and St Colleges Petersburg Business i: Orders turned without C. 0. remittance D. We pay re- j

Until 2 o'clock in the morning 4-21-5t postage.
I ,
bands of excited Mexicans marched GRAHAM CRACKERS I '
+ Our new line for the Spring
through the streets singing the Mex- DO RIGHT NOW A. Hanson
The natural sweet- I I'I'AU and Summer season of 1914 is
an national anthem and shouting I
r the gospel in the world can be : 19 East Pine Street
"Death for the Americans." ness and nutriments boiled down into I now complete. Never in the history
I a single preceptdo ORLANDO FLORIDA
An American jewelry store was the wheatare, retained I right now. I have observed that of our business have we

looted by the mob at midnight The giving thema I the boy who starts in the morning been able to show such a line of

police looked on, but took rio action. delightful flavor. i with a determination to behave him new and timely goods for Eas-

The British, Germans and Frenchin 10 cents. ,1 self till bedtime usually gets throughthe t'OII"'IIJIII..QI.OII. .. ter selling. Our line of Dress
the federal capital were preparedat j
day without a thrashing.-Charles i Goods, Clothing, Shoes Millinery
previously a moment's arranged notice to gather cgncentrationdistricts in the Buy biscuit baked by I Dudley Warner. I, A Genuine Bargain ; Ready-to-Wear goods, and- ,

which had been provisioned NATIONAL in Real EstateGood notions is complete-the stIes
are varied enough to suit

to The withstand newspapers a siege., probably acting BISCUIT To THE WEST eight-room house, the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
under the directions of Gen. Huerta, VIASEMINOLE i with connected kitchen every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the t
Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
issued many extra editions in which Always look for that name | ; twenty acres first class land p
the 1st until the 12th of Apri 1 at 15 to 25 cent
per t
they printed dispatches stating that I LIMITED I cleared, 315 bearing
cheaper than the
regular prices.
El Paso, Laredo, Nogales and other > i Orange Trees, in first class
places had been taken the Mexi- Lv ------------ 3:13 pm I! condition, fine bloom. Land We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show i
by Jacksonville ._ .
Ar ___________ 7:30 pm you our line if you will call on us.MMilllllMMMIIIIIIIIMMHMMMCIMHMIMMim.
cans.Other VillA HOPES H [ AMERICANS[ Wlllr Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm ; can easily be subdhidedinto
dispatches announced that Lv Wajcross, Ga., A. C.L.11:10 pm five-acre tracts, is on > .
the federal troops had gained a great Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15; am road to Conway, 2 1-2 i iI
BOMUHEWZ B [ Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 ,
victory at Vera Cruz, where they ex- am miles from Court House, i

pected to surround and drive the invaders Ar Ar Americus Columbus,, Ga.Ga.,, C.C. of of Ga.Ga._ 3:55 6:20 am am road: on two sides, main I I t m NeW York Bargain tore

into the sea. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga__ 7:30 am road will be bricked this i
His Good
The papers also declared that the Feeling for Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p year. Has rural delivery,
battleship Louisiana had been sunk Americans and Wants Them to Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm and shool wagon. Sold to
I iAr Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
by Mexican torpedoes.An Know His AttitudeEl Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm close and estate. CHEAP
alleged dispatch from the south Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm for cash, or very reasonable
said that Emiliano Zapata, the southern Paso, Tex., April 24.-That he Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am terms will be made. .''MHiHHHMIMMHMmMIIMHIiHMMMtMmjBeck

rebel, was coming to join forces is not unfriendly to the United States Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ -7:05; am LORD & BRADSHAW

with Gen. Huerta. and does not contemplate uniting his Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C. _____ 1:38 am
All the American officials employedby forces with those of Huerta againstthe Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:20 am Exclusive AgentsMMMMtM8ittiMllllllt & '
the National railroad and the Mex- United States in case war is declared Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C____ 4:29 am < Payne's
Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am
ican the
Railroad statement made last
company were imme- was Ar Chicago, 111., I. C._______ 7:50 am
diately discharged by the governmentin night to Consular Agent Carothersby
order that no trains could be operated Gen. Francisco Villa at Juarez. Solid Through Trains-Composed of LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN Cash
observation, While in take "Dixie"or Grocery
except under the supervisionof "Why, he said, "all Europe would
room, section, sleeping cars, 3Jee "News" sightseeing automobilesfor
the government. laugh at us if we went to war with reclining chair cars, between Jackson
Lookout Mountain Point Park
At the American would ville and and ,
embassy orders you. They say, 'That little Chicago Jacksonville
were expected from the Mexican gov- drunkard Huerta has drawn them intoa and St Louis. AU meals in dining Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
ernment that the arms and ammuni- tangle at last." car.For Ridge and historical points. For reservations ST APlf. & fANCY! (GROCERIES[ [
t sets and Pallman car reservations address 910 Market street.
tion recently permitted to enter Villa said he was not consulted in all on
should be given up. This was in retaliation the drafting of the Carranza note W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, 3-3-Apr.
for the seizure of Vera Cruz transmuted to Secretary Bryan and or Nice
stock. White Rose
D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, seed from DeLaney new
by the American fleet. At 6 o'clockon which was regarded as somewhat hos- Buy your garden -
Atlantic Coast Line & Abernethy. Just received a
Wednesday evening Nelson tile in tone. Orlando. I big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf brand Canned goods Fox River Butter -
O'Shaughnessy, the American charge The rebel leader told Carothersthat ,

d'affaires, had not received his pass- one of the chief reasons that h:' -a
ports, but he was preparing to leave. came to Juarez was to show the " 'fl" " " " " "Pride" the highest grade butter-

The refugee train was twenty hours American people what his attitudewas.
'\ in making the journey from Mexico "i ine. Call and investigate. We ;

City to Vera Cruz. Carothers took supper with Villa
While delayswere many, there and canvassed the situation thorough- meet all cash prices.

were no mishaps. ly.

"Honest," said the rebel general, ORLANDO
U. D. C. MEMORIAL SERVICE between mouthfuls, "I hope the Amer- 11 West Robinson Avenue

_. ____ icans bottle up Vera Cruz so tight
i Sunday 3 P. 3L, April 26th, Lucerne they can't even get water into it

Theater Your admiral is doing something it Water & Co. IIIIMMIISHItMHItltMHIHimMIMMHHMmSaturday
i would have taken us a long time to

Memorial service will be held in accomplish, if we could have accomplished -

the Lucerne theater Sunday after at all." . . . . . .

noon, April 26th, at 3 p m. Contributions Villa said he had arranged with all

,of flowers are solicited. Please foreigners except Spaniards to ship ElectricityGas Specials
have them at the Lucerne theater at out their cotton from Torreon on

3 o'clock. Any one with autos or payment of a war tax, to which the .

carriages, who will donate the use o;f foreigners had agreed.
same for conveying flowers and peo Roberto V. Pesqueira, Carranza's Water Ice Pattern Hats Sold at Cost

ple to cemetery after service will] confidential agent here, insisted that

please communicate with Mrs. M. 0 the note from his chief to Secretary:
.' Voiles and at 15c
Overstreet or Mrs. S. G. Dolive. Bryan was not hostile, but was intended Ginghams per yard

Committees on arrangements areas as a basis for further negotia- Office---No. 18 West Central Ave.

follows: tions. He was expectng a reply from
Opera house and conveyances-Mrs. Secretary Bryan, he said. 7:30to9:30p.m.:

M. 0. Overstreet, Mrs. S. G. Dolive. The rebel position is that the Amer-
E Music--Mrs. J. T. Fuller. *can troops should be withdrawn from
Address-Miss Penon. Mexican soil, Carranza recognized as Telephone No. 6rtimniMHIIMMMIIMMMMMIMMIMIMIIIIMMI MISSES MILTON & DUNN

Decorations-Miss Mary Robinson, de facto governor or at least as a belligerent -
and chapter.By to punish the individuals who I

order of the president, Deaconess have insulted the American government : Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
Parkhill. J

Mrs E. La Rue Bliss, Secretary. "I think his statement was fair and Patterns (

: 4-23-tf frank," said Pesquiera, speaking of ..11..11",1111..1,11.111111. ;

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i South Florida Sentinel I

.1't MORNING AND WEEKLY I deal was closed yesterday with May Day festival to be given
fond Orlando father who has a
_"ft- JOSiAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. Floyd S. Cornell, of Kissimmee, for!!: by the ladies of the Methodist church
hopeful at boarding!
young away
the S. H. Atha orange and grapefruitgrove. l on the lawn of Mrs. Forrest Dabney Dickson-Ives
school has received letter which is
i Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florid a The property is located south-.Carr promises to be quite a social
i *, u Second Claw Mail Matter. such good reading that he has allowed -
east of Orlando about three miles and event on next Friday afternoon. Every -
.ft the Sentinel to print parts of. 0DEP4RTMENTAL
SUBSCRIPTION RATES within a mile of Conway store, and one who loves Nature should at-
$, Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00Dail it for the entertainment of others.I
,. 6 Months ....................... 2.60 .', contains twenty acres, about onehalfof tend this out door entertainment, now
... .............. The youngster feels his tribulations,
t Daily 3 Months .. 1.25 which is in
large full that the have It
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 but puts it straight up to"dad" in the I. bearing warm days come.
}r trees. The balance is set to two year will be unusually pleasant to spend [ [ STORE[
i Weekly 1 Year .......................1.08 last paragraph, when he says that he I old Marsh seedless and Duncan the afternoon under the
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... 75 is man enough to pay for his boyish grape- sociably ,
I :fruit trees. The property is under a spreading oaks in this beautiful gar-
pleasures "if (father) '
TO ADVERTISERS: you are young
high state of cultivation and den.
i enough to see it that way." The let- pro- ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
duces large of fine fruit let the children
crops every come
l' Copy for display and all cihtr hand-set ter follows:
advertising mast be banded in at the business year. Mr. Correll has been a residnetof and frolic around the maypole. Young
I elite of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Wednesday Night.
; the day before publication. This rule applies Dear Papa: Kissimmee for three years and has and old will be given a chance to 2ZE
ti to chances for contract advertising; it U Your letter of Monday was received been traveling over the fruit sectionsof twine the rainbow ribbons.A .
invariable and wiO be strictly adhered to. I
: ; this A. M. and was much enjoyed as the state looking for good investment delightful musical program will

}, Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued always.I I I opportunities, and finally con- be rendered and delicious refresh
have gotten to be a real boy
j should notify the office in writing on
ij the date of expiration otherwise it will be again. I walked track last Saturday cluded to cast his lot in Orange coun-! ments served. Remember this will be

"i. continued at the regular subscription rates for talking in ranks. I was acting ty. The deal was closed through the i Friday, May 1st. Every one invited.
i until notice to stop is received.
;;; corporal and gave a boy permisionto real estate firm of Cooper & Atha,!
r raise his hand and because the and we are informed that this makes I the corner of Church and Hughey
i SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 19H.f others talked I was stuck also, but
about $60,000 in streets, where Mrs. Henderson will
grove they
you can't argue with "Casy" (the property
commandant). Then Monday, when have sold in this section in the past hold gospel meetings from time to
,J John Lind is not among those boys the others went to Atlanta, I had to few months. time. At the request of the W. C. T. v

who can say, "I told you so." walk for having my coat unbuttonedat I U. a number of these meetings will II
the park Sunday afternoon. It
o SOCIAL PURITY EVANGELIST be especially for the young people,
was so tight and hot, and am as usual Confirm This
The Jacksonvffle papers are giving:. the first one to suffer for any offense, Friday afternoon a largely attended and at these Mrs. Henderson will discuss -

much space to the great reunion to beheld as they have never warned us about meeting of the Mothers' dub was questions of special interest to
that. team defeated
there in May. Donald Frazer at our Decatur, 9 to 4, so held in the W. C. T. U. rooms. Mrs. the young. Dates for these meetingswill

o we had a night shirt parade with the M. W. Henderson spoke to the club on be announcd later. ; It is mighty nice to be told that we have the finest
I big drum and big horn. I had the big !the subject of "Social Purity." Her Mr. Henderson will speak at the
The booster trip to Miami is gain- horn and went down to Cox and the selections of linens in
audience was very enthusiastic, and Favorite theater today at 3:30 p. m. the state. This was an unaskedand
ing headway. It's a popular enter- Park celebrating, and got back late
prise. Better enlist. for study. When they found we had at the end they showed appreciationby Everybody invited. unbiased statement made by a new customer of ours.
gone they inspected quarters and a rising vote of thanks. They II
o We can't help passing the news on. We have tried and
checked 54 of us out and others some- Mrs.
promised Henderson their sup- The laying of three additional milesof
Miami is showing a cordial spirit how were not reported. Out of the port in her work. sidewalks has begun in Leesburg.MIMtMIMMIIIIMItlMM. tried hard to have as complete assortment as possibleand
? 54, five were excused, two of those
in to meet the Orlando
proposing I lying out of it, and they gave us today Monday a tent will be erected on we think we have in
: crowd and show them the city and indefinite track and arrest to the

its many attractive places. This isI I grounds. I think we will be released enjoy myself and walk track and not 6
: the true Miami spirit. from track in less than ten days. You .
be so dignified.I
can see by this that it never rains but wish you could be here in May. T. F. HOURIHAN
oWe it but I fed that I
pours, am not get- Memorial
We go to parade Mondayand
: salute Oscar Conklin of the ting my money's worth out of Wood- full dress tomorrow.I Licensed Plumber and

Miami Herald. He captured the press ward, for up until Saturday. I had wore the sole of one of my shoes Sanitary Engineer
walked but
not two days.I
through this afternoon of track so' I
meeting for Miami next year. Kis- was behaving and being promptat Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
will have to wear my tans for a
simmee deserves credit for the strong formations to surprise you by get- while. | Promptly Attended to. t

effort she put forth to get it. The ting an officer's place, but some way Hope this letter will find Mama PHONE 629 .
;. board of trade sent a strong delega- "Casy" don't like me so I have givenup and the rest of you well and that you
I think I will and
hopes. go on will not be exasperated with me about 106 Court Street I
tion to pull the meeting to Kissim-
the track, for I am man enough to .
mee, but Oscar had pre-empted it Mr. 0. B. Floyd is finding the truth walk for my boyish pleasure if you I ORLANDO, FLORIDA I

":. last year. There's nothing like get- spoken by the fishermen in'Shake are "young" enough to see it that 4-2l-lm ,

ting in the game early.SIDELICIITS. who follows "Mas- way.
speare, argud as : Your affectionate Son. IMHIIMMMilillllililMMMMMMHMMMMMMmiHOMHillllMIMIIIII S. N.O .
o ter, I marvel how the fishes live in I,I

\ the sea." To which the other replied, *

"Marry, as men do a-land: the great II H f

(By W. S. Branch) ones eat up the little ones." When A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX

Gen. Diaz insists that he will not Mr. Floyd is not off on the road selling -i

return to Mexico at present We rice, he remains at home and THE PALMS AUTO COREO LINENS"The

doubt if Victoriano Tampico Mutton- amuses himself raising gold fish in(a .

f': heado Huerta, would return if he fountain in his yard. He had nearlya

was sheltered in Monte Carlo as his thousand tiny ones that had begunto MOTOR CARS "Acme" of perfection in weave, Designs, qualities

predecessor. "Better fifty years of grow, and noticing that the num- For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a and completeness of assortments.
(Monaco) than a cycle of (Vera
ber was decreasing, he found on observation -
| full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force
) that the little cannibals an Table linens from 50c to . . . . . $2.50 .
of All work is absolutely
inch long were eagerly devouringtheir ; competent repair men. our r

Vice-President Marshall says that brothers and sisters that were ; guaranteed. Table cloths from 85c to . . . . . 8.00
sending the warships to Mexico is half an inch in length. Before he
"merely an act of reprisal. Possibly could them hundreds of Maxwell "25 $800 Equipped in Orlando
s get separated (Napkins to match many of the Patterns.)
so, but really, Mr. Vice-President, them had been eaten. Those that betook

s it was merely a matter of surprisealto out were from, necessity put in TOWELS, BED SPREADS, SCARFS, CENTER
many of us who have more respectfor with still larger ones and may also PIECES PLAIN LINENS LINEN HANDKER-
the man who does not fight, than be eaten by their uncles and aunts.F THE PALMS AUTO CO ,

f we have for the one who does. As soon as he has a nice lot of them CHIEF LINENS, DRESS LINENS, EMBROIDERY
:: I
in good order Mr. Floyd to
A telegram from Atlanta says that donate several hundred to be placedin FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. LINENS.

i Burns, the detective, has finally made
the fountain on Lake Eola.
1 Y. his report and he declares that Frank ." 1'8"111'1111'11111"11"11'1'111"1'1Broken ) |II

.Y is not the murderer of the Phagan :
E girl. The statement is somewhat itlMIMMIMflUMIIt" " " " " i

weakened further on when it is said I
: Thermos Bottles
that the detective "was employed by

friends of the condemned man." I: Bring your broken Thermos and icy-hot bottles to us. We put in extra fillers and > THE LAST DAY OF OUR l ii !

aia I mats, same as new. IJ I
There is a town in Iowa that is ad- I

vertising in the Chicago Advance for +: McELROY'S PHARMACY : | :

: an undertaker. Among the attrac- I

- tions held out is the fact that the PHONE 20MtMIIIMMIIIIIIMiHillllMMMItliMIIMI : .Silk Salej

town has "five doctors and five ,
churches. An undertaker who can

. stand in with five doctors and five -
; preachers, ought to lay up a fortune ,

in a few short years. ,

i Jacksonville's millitant Mayor is

Swearenagen.( ) This is because

they had a big reception for Vice-

President Marshal and did not invite I

His Honor to the function. It wasa Are You Invited Special showing in

small piece of business, but Mayor 1

Van might get even by having Wood- to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea
row come down and not invite a
blooming one of the Jacksonville gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure White Goods'H

high-flyers to the feast. you will be interested in our display of the newest and

Was an attorney employed to defend most artistic designs inCUT On Monday, with the last day of the SILK SALE. (An''

a man ever known to turnaround Exhibition of Exquisite
GLASSThere new designs.)
and work against him! Does .

anyone suppose the friends of the IN FRENCH VOILES, EMBROIDERED RATINES,
condemned man paid the great detec- are so many odd pieces and attractive sets
tive an enormous fee to return a verdict here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. ,

, of guilty! Whether Frank is CREPES, SHADOW GRENADINES, ETC., ETC.,
We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe I
guilty or innocent, every one knew
what Burns report would be before more acceptable.T.H.Evans. -

he began his investigation. AND SEE THEM.

Some highbrow of finance has fig- i iMIIMM

ured out that there is spent annuallyfor

automobiles seven hundred and
fifty millions of dollars, and adds '
I '.
that "this money was formerly

; saved." Nothing could be farther .

from the truth than to imply that I

such money is,wasted. It is probably

below the facts to say that two-

thirds of that money goes for laborin the Jeweler I

making and handling the cars. ,

Counting the average daily wage at ,

$2, there is two hundred and fifty mil OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, Cade e Ave. rlan n

lion days work in that money. We

thus have another illustration of the I

a fact that while "figures won't He," EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING;

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r You n Must t t I ROBINSON & STARKEY,- .

J f Open 9 a.m. to 10:30

I Admission 5 cents

(! >aD )ODOti aD

That's the opinion of) "The with MONDAY'S Senator's Robert Leonard Bill." A "Gel It At t Hen'sAsk s" .

eludes that "candy is to The Senator

1 gine." he catches capital in his ..11' "
No candies than turns loose, then he
purer what
might have
amels, Taffies, etc. his mind about" Your Friends
and Flowers.

FRESH EVERY Madison.with Warren He works Why they buy from us- they
on a wealthy estate.
amuses herself at his will tell you, it isBecause
learns too late. A good
| ; ; ; picture. i
"Colonel Custard's .
BUTT'S t tThe comedy. A very

I We have the goods, we have D

home of pure WESTALL- the price and give you

prompt, courteous and pleasing
I II Last evening at 5
] I church service.Come.
I Westall, daughter
Westall, was united in -- .
A. Griffin. and See

This was one of the

in elaborate New Smyrna weddings and the Allen & Co.
WADE witnessed ,
by a large
THE TUNER and friends of the
ORLANDO, FLA. parties. JewelersPrompt

The church was prettily
the occasion, carrying Repairing.
Mr. W. 0. Swearingen and Mr. of lavender and
P. Swaidmark are on a trip to ceremony took place Everything Guaranteed.
pa. ..1 of flowers bearing
and G. Preceding the
Mayor and Mrs. E. F. Sperry I
Sally Birch sang in
spending a couple of days at 1 I "
the selection

Myers.Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Healy, of I! was following ushered in which by

wood, were among the visitors to and William Newell to .d)
lando yesterday. Mendelssohn's = .101 -

I' Miss Eva L. Young, of 302 i by Mrs. Kirby .
E Pine street, left Friday afternoon The bride was attired in I I '111 I
her home in Bellevue, Pa. I' lace net over :

't Mr. Will Hart, traveling for I veil and orange Special Bargains
Phoenix Insurance company, of an arm bouquet of
don, spent yesterday in the city. I She was
Mr. A. D. Mallory left yesterday Dilzer as maid of
Every DayWe
his home in Batavia, 111. Mrs. Misses Cornelia and
lory and the family will remain a bridesmaids. The
have the leading Grocery store of Orlando.
weeks longer.Mr. I companied by his brother
M. E. Weeks was called II Griffin. The ring excellent brands of
Jacksonville yesterday on account. 'I I it was performed by Sauce, Green Seal Salad Dressing, Pepper Sauce,
the serious illness of his brother, I I I Jones, pastor of the Onion Salad, Imported Cafers; Pickled

A. 0. Weeks. I.I I I church. Datnut Butter, Burnham's Clam Boulion, Sugar

Mr. Cliff Redd, representing I I Immediately following Pitted Prunes.
I I I : the relatives of the

Milwaukee company, was Mechanics in town yesterday Fire f'I J I! : home groom of and the a bride's few friends 17d&w171'r FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY

ing after business.
wedding reception was
Miss Ethel Hovey, Miss Helen !I They were the recipients
and Mr. Edward left
Kenyon : beautiful gifts of silver,
night for Glens Falls, N. Y., i' other useful articles. THE SANITARY GROCERY
they will spend the summer. The bride is one of New
Mrs. Geo. Wygant and child I best known and most CARUTHERS & GORE
turned to Tampa yesterday after having lived here
iting with her mother, Mrs. H. I|. I life. Mr. Griffin is the 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street A
Myers, on East Jackson street. j j[ manager of the Griffin
1I I
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kimball, store.
arrived in Orlando early in the Mr. and Mrs. Griffin left CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
will close their home, 413 West ing for Palm Beach to FUNERAL DESIGNS
cord, and return to Glens Falls, N. days with relatives of I
tomorrow. : When> they return they .II II..II., I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.II..IIII.IIII...
Mrs. Earl IL Paul and Miss ) keeping: house at once in -
ta Griffith left yesterday for cottage: on Faulkner street. ATTENTION, REBEKAHS
homes at Kansas City, Mo., after Out of town guests
iting with Mrs. Paul's uncle, Mr. : the wedding included Mr. All Rebekahs are requested to meet
S. S. Griffin of Orlando,
A. Eveleth. .
at I. 0.0. F. hall Sunday at 7 p. m.
J. C. Griffin of
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Robbins to attend service at Presbyterian
and Mrs. H. N. Nolle of
Tuesday for their home at church.
New Smyrna News of
Port, N. C., after visiting with By order of the Noble Grand.

Robbins' father, Mr. Benj. Drew, SOME QUICK
Lake Eola. I. 0. 0. F., ATTENTIONAll
Mr. F. M. O'Byrne, of the The most prompt
Fertilizer company, and A. M. death claim ever known Odd Fellows and Rebekahs resident -
was paid to Anthony
R of Winter Haven, and
Dyne arrived under Hessie Collins, sojourning are hereby invited -
f afternoon from Winter Haven in McDowell Butt for the requested and urged to assem-
O'Byrne's car. They ,will be in Life' Ins. Co., of ble at I. 0. 0. F. hall, corner Orangeand
lando Sunday and then leave Collins' wife had only Central avenues, at 7 p. m. sharpon
company one month, and
Apopka and other nearby points. I after her death he had Sunday, April 26-the ninety-fifth
amount of claim for $500. anniversary of Odd Fellowship in
pany offers a monthly pay L. BECK LUMBER CO. I America-to go in a body to the Pres-
straight life policy and
byterian to attend special ser-
tractive for those desiring
Lumber and Build
Dried vice.
not being able to
At nual premium in advance. ing Material. I Chairman P. B. WICOFF Committee.,

Harry Rollins has moved 451 Orlando, Fla.
shop from East Pine TRUCKERS, TAKE NOTICE
street, across from ,
Schnarr's No. 3 will kill and keep
company. I the Hessian
WOOD COAL AND ICE flies and other sucking
I insects off the watermelons, canta
TOO LATE TO $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I loupes, tomatoes and potatoes. Guar-
phone 566. 9-31-tf anteed to give satisfaction or money
I refunded. J. Schnarr & Co., manu-
TO RENT-Some very facturers, rear 51 West Church street,
an ern houses. Daetwyler, your garden seed from DeLa- Orlando, Fla. 4-24-d&w-tf I
4-26-tf Abernethy. Just received a
of fresh seed. 313tfSEED I I
A PRACTICAL If your paper is not delivered
farmer desires position SEED! SEED! promptly, don't fail to notify the office. ,
orange groves. Has had and field seed. DeLaney & :
Featuring largest 3 rience manufacturing druggists. 3-13-cf
of references. Address ) I
production. derson 4-26-3t, 603 W. Pine street you puzzled to get more busi- Good Wood $1.50

If so, try an ad. in the Sen-
i Better Wood $2 and $2.25
Opening of Piano Studio

man For particulars Care Grand-address the advertisements daily. I Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75

No. 239 from 11 to 12 a.
4-3-1m. I' This won't last loner,
First ( Stock up while you can.
Admission : f T. S. Abernethy, auto
: 2, Orlando. 1
DR. J. C .HOWELL II Orlando Wood Yard

Eat what you want 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment
: Eat all you want charge for house treatment I04:W. Pine St.
,, Continuous Take a postscript and connections
: For sale by all Telephone B. W. KINGSICY, Proprietor
Orange and Central A ve&
a. cor.
1v. "Wf '

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A Hot Tub Bath a By Claude L'EngleDont't


Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale For Get Stung-
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Rent, etc.. for this column lie for one day
k 208 Church street.CATHOLIC of unlimited hot water at I 50c for three days, or $1.00 for one week, for May bees are good little in
THINK finger tips any time,day or 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe sects
night and not a fire in the house- advertisements for this column as no DRAWING ROOM
CHURCH no light to strike-nothing to turn on insertions will be made on credit But they don't fly in JuneIn

or off except the faucet. Unless you the June primary-
Second Sunday after Easter. have seen or heard of the wonderful FOR SALE Don't waste time on May SLEEPING CARVIA
Sunday school, 9 a. m. An elegant modern home; four bed-
Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. .r rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- bees.
No night service. t A E tricity throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all

:: All welcome. f j' i' r a flowers. 509 East Central avenue. right for you in Congress; a t

f., METHODIST--CHURCH Mi r t 215tf. FOR SALE Some with other progressive man may be De inline ATLANTIC L COAST T LINE f

'f.- Sunday school, 9:50 a. m.; C. E. Narsery stock, one, two, three and mocracy.

j, Howard,' superintendent. four year old buds; Foster Early, Some other man may be
Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- able to think for the people .
Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N. ; ington Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle
after election, OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. 51.
presidentGood T Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
music at both services. But may be some other man

3 tee FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one won't.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ilI acre in bearing orange grove; six And may be you'll get

acres cleared; part of land suitablefor stung fooling with him. Tll ll SatllflaflFOR
ject Services, "Probation at 11 After a. m.Death.Sunday" ; sub- hit l half gardening mile from and city trucking limits on; located public You know that Claude I J

Sunday school at 10, a. m. Ruud Instantaneous road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., L'Engle is NOT a may be;
Wednesday evening meeting at he .will
care Box 431 city. 3-10-tf You know that
7:45.Armory Automatic Water Heater think and act for you,
building.CHRISTIAN FOR SALE Because he is now in Con- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
you will likely Pure Georgia cane syrup; smoked
ALLIANCE think our meat, in hams, shoulders and sides; ,gress doing this very thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone.

to-- claimsextrav. seed and feed corn; seed peanuts; When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA. '
school 2:30 m. agent, yet we field etc. At King's
Sunday p. peas, grocery thing
Preaching, 3:30 and 1:30 p. m. recommend and store, 47 West Church street. "The George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
guarantee this Don't risk the best chance
Prayer meeting Wednesday after- service, and will Georgia Man," W. E. Powell G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
noon at 2:30. be glad to sub- 4.22-3t-eod that ever happened.

Bible study Thursday night. mit some the of names your of Claude L'Engle has been 1111'11111111111111111111111111'11111"11111111',
x All are welcome. friends who find NEW 1400-lb. HERRING-MARVIN- time-tried and firetested
this method of HALL SAFE for sale. Or will trade
ST LUKE'S CATHEDRALRev. the beating most water econ- for other property. See J. L. Deanat in the fights for the

Henry R. Kemsen, Priest-in- omical and reliable DeLaney Drug Co. 4-18-eod-5t people's rights.He .
charge. yet devised. is the one sure thing r

Second Sunday after Easter. A postal mailed FOR SALE-New two-story, five- for in this race for I rG Fare 300
t today or a visit a room house, with bath. Modern in you "
The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. to our showroom
the Fourth
will give Just off Lucerne Circle. Congress ; a DAILY
; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. you every way. \ OblVVfc.fc.1awEfe.aw
r Morning prayer and sermon, 1:30. complete details.ORLANDO. Good bargain to prompt buyer. District.He DUFFALOS

Evening Prayer and sermon, 8 p. m. Owner, phone 466, city. is there for one term, 5r/IFVFI AMI<
The title of the evening sermon WATER AND 4-10-eod-lmo Keep him there for another

will be "The Kingdom of Heaven: LIGHT COMPANYGAS Vote for Claude L'Engle
What is it?," this being the secondof FOR SALE
a series on this subject. Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week- first.

ly, nq interest. Take a chance second
Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. acres land, lake front. $1,250.
Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, D. D.,
12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

pastor.Ours is a home-like church and we Kingfishing is now at its height in lando.6 lots$10 and per 3 room acre.house in Orlando. Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet,6 inches 510 lUteraonu and parlor accommodating 1SOO fwMen.grn. .
Crater in cwt-larger in all proportion*richer in>U appointment*-than soy tteamer oa
cordially extend our !hospitality to Sarasota and the fishermen are bring- $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. inland water of the world. Internee June 13th.
all who come within our doors. If No. 1 Bargains Left
you in and A. LEWTER.
ing large ones quantities of Magnificent Steamers"SEEANDBEE.""City of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"
Y have no church home here, come and 4-14-d&w-lm
them. Dafly-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND -May lit to Dec.it '
be at home with us. The following has been offered for
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., Mr. FOR RENT OR SALE-Eight room I Leave Bnf&lo 900P.M. Leave Cleveland 9.00P.M.
sale: Arrive Cleveland .
7JO A.M. Arrive Buffalo 7.39 A.U.Eastern
Samuel A. Newell, Superintendent. furnished house. Will rent all or T/
Standard Tune
( )
The services conducted the acres good ,
special by part of it, by the month or year. Conneetioni Cleveland for Put-in-Bav,Toledo,Detroit and all point*Vert and Southwtrt.Railroad;
pastor will continue until Sunday Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman proved. 6-roora house (plastered), ticket reading between Buffalo and Cleveland are good for transpnrution oa oar iteanxn.
FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Ask your ticket agent for ticket via C&B.Line Write n*for bandaome flliutnled booklet fnv.
night. street. 4-20-3t just over city line. Sale price $1,100
$ Morning subject: "Eyes to see hereby announce my candidacy for representative FOR SALE-Pen of White Orpingtons cash; or time payments $1,200, $;)00 THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, Cleveland 0.f .
Jesus. from Orange county subject to old Kellerstrass strain. I
the action of the Democratic primary to be year cash and monthly payments of $15 I
Evening "Sampson the Misguided
held June 2nd. 7 for $10. Inquire 207 Palmetto
t Giant. J. H. REESE. street. 4-22-3t per month. I

,_ The beautiful ordinance of baptismwill Xo. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles out, unimproved -f I _
be administered .t the close of FOR REPRESENTATIVE
FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare ; good orange land; $25 per
the evening service. I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative -
s B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m., from Orange county, subject te bargain; recently completely over- acre, cash. Your Business CorrespondenceShould
Mr. Eugene Reid, President. Good the action of the Democratic primary to beheld hauled and made good as new in ev- Xo. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber,

music. Attentive ushers, All seats June 2nd. S. S. GRIFFIN. ery part; guaranteed first class con- > miles out on proposed, brick high
free. .Welcome dition; must be sold at once, even at I
sacrifice. Come address White way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared. be filed
FOR REPRESENTATIVE or so that you can turn to
F Yielding to what appears to be the desire Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. This can be bought for $20 per acre,
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH of leading citizens in almost every precinct 4-23-tf the same as some are asking $75 to it quickly and easily. Our business is t
Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor.W. of Orange county that one of the candidates -
to be nominated for Representativein FOR SALE-White Indian Runner $150 for. Owner is North and wants
R. O'Neal of
superintendent the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe
to furnish of files that
Sunday school. from the country precincts, I hereby announce duck eggs, from best American money. any style you may
; Sunday school meets at 9:45. myself a candidate. ducks and imported prize winning Xo. 4. 2 homesteads for sale cheap.If .
Morning service at 11 o'clock. Ser- A. B. NEWTON. English ducks; two dollars for twelve. you are interested get particulars. need from a'5 cent wire hook up to an elab-

mon by Dean Enyart, of Rollins col : MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUC- W. K. Hale, Route 1, Orlando, Fla. Xo. 5. I also have the cheapest
TIONI 4-23-1w orate office outfit made by the Globe-Wer-
lege.Mr. 3.4 acre lot, with 3-room house in the
Carr will sing a solo at the hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
morning service and the choir will re-election to the office of Member of FOR SALE-Or trade for city lots. city of Orlando in a white section. nicke Co. or Weis Manufacturing Co.
sing Dudley Buck's "Te Deum" for an : Board of Public Instruction, Orange County One horse, buggy, and harness. Price $373.
from District No.3, subject to the coming Price $125. Apply to M. Isen, 601 W.
offertory.In primary.). Very respectfully: Church street. 4-23-3t If you want any property, city or See us about any kind of office fixturesor
F the evening at 7:30 the Orlando WM. EDWARDS.
Odd Fellows and members of the Re- Zellwood, Fla. country; want to rent, or have prop-

bekah lodge will march to the church FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI FOR RENT erty to sell or rent, see me for good necessities.

in a body to listen to a sermon on hereby announce myself as a candidatefor FOR--RENT---Permanently unfur- service.
"Burden Bearing," by Rev. J. F. Mc- re-electira to the office of Supervisor ofRegistration ,
Kinnon. for Orange County subject to nished, at South Lake and South CHADWICK W. S. BRANCH
< the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, streets, very nice lower flat; has five REAL ESTATE AND ,
f Miss Gilchrist and the choir will 1914. -
rooms and bath and all modern
sing "Ten Thousand Times Ten Thou- FRANK H. WILLIAMS. con- BUSINESS EXCHANGE
veniences. Address C.
Fa"d," by L. T. Sheldon, and the choir' Lake Davis. 4-16-tf, The Arcade Book and Music Store
will sing "My Faith Looks Up to FOR SHERIFFI candidatefor 19 W. Church St. Phone 398.
hereby announce myself as a
Thee," by Bassford. Sheriff of Orange County subject to the FOR RENT

.. There will also be an Ode, arranged Democratic primary of June 2nd. 1914. Eight rooms, bath, hot water; buta ----- - -- -- -- -- .-==
especially for the Odd Fellows, which PRANK GORDON. step to everything; low rent. 368 IHiMiMlillttMMMMmilllllMMtMmiMMMmiMl IMMIMMMM

will be sung by the entire audience. FOR SHERIFFI West street. 4-22-3t ++ill 11111 11111 11111 10111 11111 11111 IMMM 11111 11111 MMIHIIIIMtMtMMtt ,

." announce myself as a candidate for the
B. Y. P. U. office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, FOR RENT-Two:. office spaces in
J subject to the Democratic primary. I am a our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
The Baptist Young People's Union native of Orange county. In asking the votesof Come in and we will show you. Pierce There's Show Here

meets every Sunday evening at 6:30 my fellow the duties citizens of, the I pledge office myself without to fearor discharge Electric Co. 3-29-tf a Style

in the Civic League room, corner Main favor to any man for the upholding of the
laws and the preservation of and good TO
peace RENT-6 room house, furnished
and Pine streets. We invite all young order in the county.

people of the Baptist church and cityto WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS. lar or per unfurnished week up,,and sleeping rooms or one light dol-
meet with us. The fourth Sunday I am a candidate for the office of County housekeeping.. 205 W. Pine. Every Day
evening of each morth we have a Commissioner of Orange county from -
District 2. If elected I promise to serve the I
"Bible study and consecration meeting" people to the beet of my ability having resided MISCELLANEOUSWILL .
here a number of years. I am quali-
and to make them entertain-
try fied to know the needs of the section and
ing and helpful. This evening the the people. Respectfully.A. Hall PAY and Porto$1.05 CASH Rico yam for Nancy potato Home makers will find a visit through our

following program will be rendered: C. STARBIRD slips, fifty to the bunch. Apopka

Paul McKinnon, leader. Apopka Fla.FOR COMMISSIONER I Plant Co., Apopka, Fla. 4-24-6t big store an interesting treat. We have here the

Scripture reading, Romans, twelfth I hereby announce yrelf a candidate for
re-election Commissioner from District No. We insure your life and loan you
chapter. 3, Orange county, Florida, subject to the money on real estate at 6 per cent most delightful of necessities for the furnishingof
Moses as a Leader, Mrs. D. J. action of the Democratic primary to be held interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

Dykes. June 2nd 1911. J. L. DILLARD. Curry,.Building, Tampa,3-25-d&wtf Fla. the modern home.

Moses as a Type of Modern Man, FOR COMMISSIONERI

Miss Chamberlain. re-election hereby announce as County myself Commissioner a candidate from for First class Brazing a specialty at

Why I Read the Bible, Miss Mollie District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to Warman's Repair Shop o.i Court St.
Lendrum.Is the support action will of be the greatly primary appreciated.M. of June 2nd.. Your 12-5-tf. We specialize in high-grade furniture at a .

a Christian Life a Life of Sacrifice 0. OVERSTREET.FOR SEED! SEED! SEED!

s ? Alfred Link. hereby COUNTY announce myself COMMISSIONERI as a candidatefor Garden and field seed. DeLaney & 1 moderate price. We invite you to come in and J

County Commissioner Orange County, Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf I
District Four, subject to the action of the!! -
1 Democratic primary June 2nd. 1914. I will Rubber Stamps made to order at I look over the display.
greatly appreciate your support. Warman's Repair Shop.
fAUlTY DlGfSHION Yours truly 12-5-tf.1

Quickly Shatters the Nervous Sys. Pine FOR Castle COUNTY Fla. COMMISSIONERI Readers of the Sentinel who make I PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHT

tem-Immediate Action Necessary announce myself as a candidate for reelection : a practice of studying the advertis-
-Use Mi-o-na. to the office of County Commissioner -
Orange County, District Five, subjectto ing can testify to the remarkable
When you feel irritable, tired and the decision of the Democratic primary, amount of interesting and reliable in-
despondent; when you have nervous June, 2nd, 1914.
twitchings, specks before the eyes, Respectfully, formation they acquire.It .
headaches, sour stomach, heartburn, Ft Christmas, Fla. E. L. BROWN is a form of education which
bad taste in the mouth and pains in many readers follow quite uncon-
the colon and bowels-you are suffering FOR TAX ASSESSOR
1 from dyspepsia, which invaria- I hereby announce my candidacy for the sciously-but none the less to their
Kincaid & SnowdenORlANDO'S
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County sub distinct
bly wrecks the nervous system-you ject to the action of the Democraite primary advantage.A .
need Mi-o-na at once. called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and period of fifteen minutes a day
Mi-o-na goes to the seat of your elected I pledge you my faithful service.
devoted to
reading of advertisementsis
trouble and quickly ends stomach
misery. It urely and safely buildsup COUNTY TREASURER as surely productive of results as

and strengthens the stomach walls I hereby announce myself a candidate for is the same amount of time devotedto LOW( PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE
the digestive Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the
and improves
glands, quickly -
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. reading Dr. Eliot's famous five feet
system-the xital force and J. H. TUCKER.
of books-and the
perhaps results are
nerve energy are restored, then you

enjoy perfect health.Do I hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTOR myself as a candidate more immediately practical and help- Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida i
not suffer another day. Get a
for re-election to the office of Tax Collector ful.Not
fifty cent box of Miona Tablets from of Orange Con ty, subject to the Democratic to take advantage of adver-
Mcelroy's Pharmacy. This treat- primary to be held June 2nd. 1(14. If re-
c- elected I pledge to you my faithful service tising is to neglect a plain duty to
ment will help you get well and immediate u I have endeavored to give in the toast oneself. *****
relief is guaranteed. W. E. MARTIN.
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$1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.



i' Inquire at office lor low weekly and monthly rates for the $5.00PER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

summer. $20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.

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


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new bishop of south Florida, IN
the Right Rev. Cameron Mann; D. D.,
reached Titusville Wednesday after- & GoreFUNERAL FURNISHED HOME THE MARKETOf H

noon at 3 o'dock, on the branch train. I
He was welcomed to the city by a Owner leaves for the north

reception given in the Hotel Dixie DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL May 15th and has instructed I Cleanliness Of Quality

parlor by the ladies of St. Gabriel's us to sacrifice the property. ;
church. At 7:30 Wednesday eveningthe VALUES LOW PRICES
Located on Main street in FRESH AND SALT MEATS
bishop made his first official visitation I
high-class neigborhood. Lot
of St. Gabriel's church. COMPARE FISH AND GAME
He was assisted in the service by 77x225 feet. Nine large

the Rev. Allan G. Wilson, rector of OUR FURNITUREWe rooms and bath, garage nnd Kept under the best sanitary conditions. A

St. Gabriel's church, and the venera. servants house. The homeis

ble W. H. Cresson, of City Point, provide the quality furniture that has long completely furnished and Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh t

archdeacon of the East Coast. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the surrounded with beautiful and pure.
After the reading of the second les- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. shade trees. Owner has
T son the bishop administered the sac- It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make the occupied We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

rament of holy baptism to Jack War- this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof property and received everything in the Meat Line. A
ren, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. this business, and that means mush to any buyer. an income of$100 per
Crannell. The sermon delivered by month from furnishod rooms A

the bishop, after a few words of for the past six months. Reasonable -. The PARLOR MARKET
McNHLL & !
pleasant greeting to the congrega terms if necessary.

tion, was upon "Holy Baptism"-the Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. 'This is a fine location for
Orlando Fla. a '1
bishop using the text: "And he took I rooming house.Cooper H. M. Self & Co.
them in his arms and put his handson JJust I i
them and Messed them." It was I PINE
deeply interesting to 'all who heard & Atha i STREET j

Archdeacon Cresson left early on lIt South Orange Ave, Ground Floor j

Thursday morning with the bishop, in Phone No. 311 &
his motor boat for Courtenay, Mer- i
ritt's Island, and Cocoa, where the -

bishop will meet the people and hold tmilHHIIIIIIIIMMMjForSale oitinmiiiiitiiiHMttiiimiinmiiiiimiiiimWe
service. .
All who met Bishop Mann were !
Will Put
the Reinsof
charmed by the hearty kindness of .I i
his manner, and will be truly glad to = I 1
see him again in Titusville.-Titus Success in Your
ville Advocate. arrived car load Modern 8-room : : I

WORLDLY WISDOMIt FORDS for immediate House 2 doors : Hands A I

is possible to be active, zealous delivery.Get west of
\ Wyoming : I
and diligent and still go to the dogs. How? By furnishing you with t
0 Such a fate is regularly that of the nowF. \ Hotel. Bar- : ii
t flea.Furs yours a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -

are worn by lady beavers dur- game I :
ing the summer. G. RUSE, .. call on you. He will give you a

Kisses are coals of fire that consume f Phone 226 formula that will make and mature

platonic friendship. \ A. L. Bentley, :
When a man has nothing to say he your
is called upon to make a speech. ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE :
The form of physical culture that .
fat men naturally prefer is runningfor .

Self office.confessed saints require more Ii Fertilizer PII

watching than self confessed sinners. J
I pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy / J JIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIII
Judging by what some girls face Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato I.: :
t the parson with they must hate to plants. P. SI. Shanibarger, Pine Cas-II I ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, 31 FLORIDA
work for a living. tie, Fla. 4-21-10t : i

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Who is your painter and decorator? '
objects to
standing for her '
up rightsis
If are satisfied keep the
you one
in a crowded car. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican you, Sentinel want advertising serves(, The Sentinel is the newsiest and a
Never go between a dog and his No. 636. 1-20-tf the seeker and the offerer equally. best printed daily in Central Florida. 1 1J

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Probably it is better to be knownas DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND .: :
a quitter than to never know} 1. SLEMON I

when to let uo. I .

As few forms of the tango can be I
manufactured: much faster than peo- Dixie Dixie Flyer.SOUTH ATLANTIC :
Limited. LIMITED
ple can learn them, there is no good 'Lv Orlando, A. C. L......12Slam 3:13pm I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm .. New Goods Arriving Daily I
reason why any dancing teacher>ed r Jacksonville, A. C. L... 6:45am 'l:30 pm r Jacksonville ..................... 'l:30 pm
v Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8::!5 pm v Jacksonville, A. C. L. ........... :
fear getting out of a job. I v Waycross, A. C. L..ll:50.un 10:25 pm v Waycross, A. C. L. .............lOOpm 8:15pm. 1
r Macon. G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. & F. .............. 3:46am .
- -. I r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm ?:25 ass r Atlanta. C. of Ga .............. 7:12 am _. I \
r Chattanooga W. & A..12:18 11:65am r Knoxville, L, 4: N. .............12:19pm ;
r.Corbm L, &: Nt ................ S.ISpm: I I
r Nashville N. C. "St. L. 4:50am 4:30pm Vjuisville, ..... I
L & N. ......... 9:00pm I ij
THE CHAMPION MIX- Ar St. Louis. LC.&L.&N. 2:50 pm 'l:20 am r Indianapolis L'L. ........-.... l:50am : j
UTE PICTURE MACHINEWE Ar Lexington L. 4 N. ............ 6:5U We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made John B. Stetson
OPERATE OR WE WILL Ar HopkinsvUle, L. "N........... 6:21 pra Ar Cincmanti. L. 4 N- ............. 8:50pm pm 4 I by & Co.
i Ar Evansville, L & N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. & L ......... I J
11 SELL YOU A MACHINE .1%::lO pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .
Ar Terre Haute C. & E. L. 1:10pm 1:01* rjirand Rapids. G. R. 4 L ....... 2.45pm I
\ ,. Let us put your Photo on a but. Ar Chicago, C. & E. L.....
6:50pm 6:50am I
r Cleveland Big Four ............
in 715am I
ton postal card or a frame. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towels.
ALLENS PORTABLE BATH I I Solid train, composed of section: drawing. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
APARATUS, ETC. room sleeping can observation compartment Solid train composed of electric lighted 1
can and dining ear. between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
We sell the Davis Electric Medical Chicago and section: drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
Transformer, and give ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis I ,{
Free Demonstrations.WE DIXIE FLYER : .
through sleeping car between Jacksonville and i
DO ALL KINDS OF Solid train carrying electric lighted eora- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between ,
artment observation
sleepers and electric
PLATINGAnd ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First. Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Monday
sell the apparatus, teach lass coaches and smoking car. Dining ear and Thursdays of each week. Dining car W. M. SLEMONS
lug customers how to operate, ewes meal a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
Also complete family darner.
8 E CHURCH STY W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Af ent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.

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," The bridge party given yesterday I
afternoon by Mrs. Harry L. Beeman I

was one of the most beautiful affairsof

T its kind ever held in Orlando, and

the handsome home on Gore avenue

was filled with guests. Mrs. Beemanis
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a charming hostess, and in addition /:.'::.: '. '. :; "
to the animated groups at the! 4 i
card tables were many who were interested -i

onlookers, while others spent ,' .
the time most pleasantly on the ter-
race, or in strolling about the .o'
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..grounds. :;; .' ... u :, 1 lI
The turning point in more than one business Pink roses were used throughout I I jf ji t
the house, an especially pretty basketof .
career has hinged on the possession of as lit ,I buds forming the decoration of the j j

tie as $100.More center table in the dining room. a
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The guest prize was given Miss 'IAG
than one successful business has been
Ray, who is visiting Mrs. Beeman, ,
y launched on as little as.$100. and the card prizes were won by Mrs. 4i131J stantls for thc protection of life

c To save $100 is an easy task for anyone with Fred Ainsley, Mrs. C. C. Reichardand and property 01 American Citizens I I.IIIIIllJ I.
Mrs. S. B. Chalfant.A .
a steady job and good health. Then'why delay? everywhere .
punch table was placed in the
t Make haste to accumulate your first hundred hallway, where the players made fre- and f

dollars-it will be the turning point in your quent pauses as they progressed from :: IIIIJ1 the same Government I
table to table, and after the protects
r life for it will make easy the saving of the second gamesa J
k delicious cream course, with cakes ; 111111 their finances when entrusted to
;L and other hundreds. START TODAY. and bon-bons, was served. At a tableon f t
the terrace Mrs. Thayer poured : to this "National" Bank} ] 'wl1ich is Ir

coffee. Others assisting Mrs. Bee- under Government supervision

man were Mrs. Newell, Miss Ray,

a Mrs. Warlow, Mrs. Laughlin, Mrs. s

Hal Beardall, Mrs. Weathersbee, and .;
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Misses Jean Person, Emily Miller, 1 j

and Sara Slemons. ... .' ,'. .

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The guests were Mesdames Jessie .
M. Thayer, T. P. Warlow, C. G. Wes- .: : .. :.. .'; ....
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cott, Seth Woodruff, A. B. Whitman, : '.' '
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER I S. Y. Way, L A. Spencer, Phil Slem- i
ons, C. W. Smith, G. V. Straley, Al- ,
The I I It I The tourists' headquarters on Pine .. "
Joseph Bumby Hardware com .
lan Weathersbee, M. M. Cloudman, "
pany has issued invitations to a din- street, will be closed for' the seasonon Fred J. W. Simmons S. E. : Q.. '
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g to be the last evening of this month. O ';); .
it ner given at the San Juan hotel Ives, Sr., S. E. Ives, Jr., W. C, Sher- : k } I '
: at 12:30 o'clock The opening of this room for the past
Saturday, May 2. .1' Root D. !
man, Harry C. Thompson,
The invitation I month or two has demonstrated the : !
t reads as follows: 11LL34Vida .
J. L Giles, Brewer, Nolan, J. M. Al-
prime necessity a
permanent place I
"For the benefit of our friends we den, Abernethy, E. F. Akers, Wm. .
1 have arranged to have with us Mr.iA. i,! for this purpose to be ready for use, Beardall, Hal Beardall, Thos. Brod- r' ','" .::..:'. ,"...:.'<:'. ...... : ..:.....' .. '
in the fall and it is
early hoped that
i\ L. Wellman, of the American
Steel water, Joe and Leonard Bumby, J. N.,
citizens will bear the matter in mind
t and Wire company, at 12:30 o'clock I Bradshaw, Bauschback, S. B. Chal-!1---
and assist
I noon, Saturday, May 2nd, in order to, by the the Board special of committee Trade to appointed -.fant, Chas. Campbell, S. G. Dolive,' Miller, Willie and Jean Person, welcome visitor here for some weeks I AT THE GRAND

} have him become acquainted with such accommodations se-I C. P. Dow, Benj. Drew, J. H. Dean,)Emily Miller, Mallory, Brewer, Sara I I past. I I .tOn
1 conditions here. needed. as are I G. H: Edwards, Clifford Fuller, L. B.i, Slemons, Diven, and Eloise Robinson. : )Ir. and Mrs. Borman expect to Monday night at nine o .:lock at
The committee is
composedof the Grand five dollar will
a gold
it. "We have planned to invite Fort, L H. Robt. Howe Mal-i this to'';i pace
about Gedge, join few
W. S. Branch, W. R. O'Neal and i party a days later, be given to the holder of the lucky
.f one hundred of our best customers to C. E. Howard. I let, A. Haden, Ed. Hauselt, S. A.I'ORLANDO PARTY WILL HEAR attend the Shriners' convention in the I j I number. Numbers will be given out
_i a dinner to be given at the San Juan i Johnson, F. D. Carr, J. B. Lawton 1 GRAND OPERA IN ATLANTA same city, Mr. Borman being poten- ,I with each ticket purchased and every

i- hotel When the dinner is over and Sentinel want I Sr., J. B. Lawton, Jr., James Laughlin tate of the Sioux City Shriners, and.! one holding a ticket has an equal
advertising bringsthe chance with every one else.
you are enjoying a good cigar Mr. probable buyers to see your prop I III., L H. Lawrence, J. N. McElroy, A merry party of Orlandoites leave other Shriners from his home will be I I The drawing will take place from
I Wellman will address us on Steel erty. Sylvan McElroy, Merle McElroy, N. today to enjoy the Grand Opera in in attendance at this large gathering.Up i I the stage at the end of the second
.i.;}{ Fence Posts, Fence Erection, etc. !IJ. Merck, J. S. McEwan, Harriet and Atlanta, expecting to be absent two performance in sight of the a'adience,
: "Those who have heard Mr. I DeWitt Miller R. Newell S. to date ; and the gold piece will then be awarded
f Well- Job printing at the Sentinel. George weeks.Of painting,, papering, etc., to the holder of the number drawn
>c man say that no farmer can afford = -- .. I A. Johnson, C. C. Reichard, and Lee those who are anticipating this : is the kind you want. Where to getit from the box.
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-t to miss this opportunity, as the talk. Kindly answer on the enclosed card j(j Miller; Misses Mollie Ray, Ada Bum- pleasure are Mrs. D. C. Thompson Entrican. easy, phone 636. 1-20-tf W. T. Four good pictures will be shown '

tJ. is very instructive and pleasing. at once, so in case you are not able ,I by, Mary Branham, Cary-Elwes, :Mar- Miss Mabel O'Neal, Miss Emma; in conjunction with an excellent mu-

;) "Everything free. to be with us we can secure some garet Hart, May Kilmer, Hattie Hud- Hainer, and'Miss Norma Borman, the : For the news, read The Sentinel. sical program by "that" orchestra.

i. "Shall we reserve a plate for you! other desirable party. son, Mary Howard, Rita Lawton, latter a niece of Miss Hainer, and a'; Try the Sentinel Job Department Subscribe for the Sentinel.

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Great Three Day


Shirt Waist Sale

Thursday, Friday and SaturdayYou

.f just must call on these days and see this grand display of Shirt Waists, including every single one in this department. No matter

what kind you want, ,you can find it at greatly reduced prices.


The following is only a partial list of the many bargains that will prevail throughout our immense and varied line of Shirt Waists.

The knife has been applied, and these goods must go.

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r I White Wash Silk Waists, Low neck, Rag- Taupe and navy messaline,' Beautiful heavy white voile, embroideried
: lan sleeves, Double ruffle down front. beautiful quality, low flat collar, soft Sailor collar, long sleeves, scolloped
: Regular Price $2.50 shadow lace feschue, long sleeves. Regular Price $J.50 Plain Voiles, Embroideried trimmed,

I Regular Price $7.00. corded Raglan sleeves.
: Sale Price $1.98 SIP ice, $3.29
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Sale Price, $4.48. Regular Price $1.25

Dainty soft batiste, long sleeves, high
Heavy White Wash India Silk, Raglan AH black mescaline and taffetas, long n prettily trimmed with fine tucks Sale I Price 79c '
Sleeves, set in with dainty lace pearl. sleeves, drop shoulders, soft low collar, e'y a I I lace.
ing cuffs and down front trimmed with Plain tailored FRENCH COLLAR AND Price
soft one inch ruffle. Very Pretty. CUFFS. Fine for traveling.Regular .

Price $7.50. Regular Prices $4.75, 5.00, $6.00 Sale Price $1.69Embroidered
} Pink and light blue Voile, self embroidered

Sale Price $4.48 Sale Price $3.89 voile ruffle. Quite the fad withWhite
t Voile and Crepe, Raglan
Beautiful heavy quality white Crepe de Sleeves and drop shoulders, Plaited Skirts.
!: I Fancy Silk Waist, Drop Shoulders, low Chine. Raglan sleeves, low neck, soft, Voile ruffle around neck and down Regular Price $1.25

I neck. Regular Price $1.95. fluffy ruffle around neck and down front, also sailor collar, long and short
cuffs, fine tucks, back and front. front. sleoes.
Sale Price 79c
1: .1 ; Regular Price $1.95Sale Regular Price $8.00 Regular Price $1.50 ,

Price, $1.29 Sale Price, $4.48 Sale Price 89c

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