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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 28, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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f" THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

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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: VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 19U. NUMBER 66.

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", AND CAUSE IS NOT COUNTY SCHijijlS TO RUN BIG OWNER OF TOMORROW NIGHT APOPKA BY FIRE UPON RECEIVING WORD

I MADE CLEAR FROM DICTATOR
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.1" I Orlando Schools Started Two Weeks Players Are Urged to Be Present and Building Was Wrapped in Flames Be-

! SHORTAGE Of F000 IS ASSIGNED Later Than Those in County G GOVERNOR R SAYS SITUATION CRITICAL Take Part in Discussionof fore Alarm Was Given and Will FRAME[ GNRAl[ [ PROPOSiUN P

and Will Close Later Plans Was Entirely ConsumedA

J AS REASON .FOR FAILURE TO ADVISES THAT MILITIA IS UNABLE SUBMITTING THIS TO ALL PARTIES .
The county schools have just two Chairman Arthur Butt of the baseball large barn belonging to Mr.
BUT IT
$ PUT TROOPS ASHORE I TO COPE WITH CONDITION CONCERNED INCLUDING
: .. weeks more in which to run, and then I committee of the Board of Trade i Braxton Beacham, of Orlando, was
IS BELIEVED THAT PEACE NEGOTIATIONS AND THE PEACE CARRANZA AND ZAPATA AND
r'T the pupils will be set free for the: has called a meeting to be held at the I burned to the ground Sunday night
IS THE REAL joyous vacation period. OFFICERS ARE court house at 7:30 tomorrow even- The building was located a mile from WILL THEN PROCEED TO SPE-

CAUSE All the schools in the special tax HELPLESSWashington Apopka on the Plymouth road, and CIFIC TERMS

c school districts have an eight months I ing.Mr.. Butt urges that all the baseball the loss of the building and the con-: -.

l Vera Cruz, April .-(Special:)- term, and it is due only to the fact I April 27.-(Special.) players in town attend the committee I tents is estimated at a figure above Washington, April 27.-Special.( )

Sir Lionel Carden, the British ambas that they opened earlier than the city The president today decided to meeting and take part in the discussion i $9,000.
,fa sador, has issued notice to all British schools that they are to close earlier. I postpone the employment of regular of the proposed plans for form- The man who lives on the place did -Huerta has agreed to mediation.

'i' subjects, in Mexico City, advising This and another week of sessions troops in restoring order in the Colorado ing a club and participating in a series not discover the fire until the build- Spanish Ambassador Riano made this

i them to !eave the capital. will conclude the spring term of the I minins!> district, until__ __ an effort _n_ of__ 0-------'ames to-_ be- scheduled_u_______ with ing was wrapped in flames, and it announcement tonight following the
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l c Five Americans, who had been imprisoned following schools: Oakland-Winter is made to"induce John D. Rockefeller other teams of this section. was at that time beyond redemptionwith receipt of a cablegram from the Mex-

,r at Cordoba, were released, Garden high school, Apopka, Winter a heavy owner of mining lands, to Palatka is to be given the credit the primitive methods of fighting ican foreign office containing Huer-

and arrived here today on a train Park, Ocoee, Pine Castle, Lockhart, treat with his employes.The for having started the movement fora fire that were to be had. ta's official acceptance.

bringing other refugees. They spent Zellwood, Fairview, Taft, Tangerineand Colorado Fuel and Iron com- middle state league. It is known In the barn and burned also were
four mules, thirty tons of fertilizers, Upon receipt of this news the three
released Clarcona. controlled by Rockefeller has that Kissimmee is
> five days in jail before being pany preparing to sup-
lot of tools used in the culture of
'). by order of HuertaTransports The Orlando high and grammar been particularly bitter against the port a team, and it is believed that a South American ministers met at thee

i bearing the fifth army schools will close Friday, May 22. striking miners, and the president has Sanford and DeLand and probablyone orange trees, and ether articles. Th home of Minister Suarez of Chile.
loss is severe, and Mr. Beacham'smany
f brigade under Gen. Funston cast an- The commencement sermon will be appointed Chairman Foster of the or two other towns would come After the conference Suarez confirmed
friends with him.
' chor at Vera Cruz this afternoon. preached the following Sunday and house mines and mining committee to i; such an organization. sympathize the receipt of Huerta's acceptance -
i The origin of the fire is unknown.
Contrary to expectations the troops I the exercises will take place Monday plead with the multi-millionaire fora i he immediate question to be determined 1 but refused to discuss the meet-
were not landed, and the rumor I and Tuesday evenings. Rev. Dr. recession from his hostile attitude. by the Board of Trade com-

: spread that their landing was delayed Poulson will preach the commence- Should Foster prove unable to ar- mihee is the character of the team to ing.
FAMOUS WRITER[ LEAVES[ f FOR R RH
\ by orders from Washington because ment sermon and Hon. John M. Che- range arbitration between the miners be formed, whether it shall be Limited The ministers will meet tomorrow

\ of the pending peace negotiations. It ney will make the baccalaureate ad- and mine owners, the president will to home players or if it is advis- H HOME AFTER SEASON[ N H HERE[ [ morning, but nothing was given out

1 is admitted that they won't be landed dress Tuesday evening, May 26. direct Secretary Garrison to rush able to employ a few players to sup- tonight as to what will be done then.
An official explanation troops to the troubled district.
immediately. plement the home talent. There are As it is understood here the media-
given out tonight that they can't The members of the Colorado dele-
was who favor the latter idea.
be permitted to come ashore until ODD O D fllOWS[ [ TO PICNIC AT FAIRGROUNDS :. gation, including Senator Thomas, some contend that enthusiasm can not They be St. George Rathbone Is the Authorof tors are. to sound both governments
Hundred Books for
more refugees leave the city because and Representatives Taylor and Keat- kept up if the home team begins to a Boys without communicating the views of

t $ of the serious shortage of food. G TOMORROW i ing, conferred today as to the possible lose and the only way to keep inter- and Still Writing either party to the other. When thatis

b Just how or why the troops would I dispatch of troops unless drastic est bubbling is to secure a team that done the mediators will formulate
food ashore than concessions are made by Rockefeller. St. George Rathbone will leave with
consume more
any will be a winner. There are others I, what is called a "general proposition"and
Interesting Program of Speeches and I his wife today for his home in Bloom-
received
they will aboard the transports was Taylor a telegram from who contend, however, that if a ruleis I
transmit that to all
not made clear in the explanation. Field Sports Will Be Orderof I I Governor Ammons at Denver saying adopted to keep hired players out field, N. J., after having spent the parties,
winter in Orlando.Mr. which include Carranza and Zapata.
the Day the situation was critical and that he of the proposed league altogetherthat delightfully :
had convened a special session of the Rathbone is a prolific writer of I If all parties agree to the "general
the Orlando team, composed of
MlllmN DOLLARS INBACKTAXE T [S The Order Colorado legislature for May 4. He all home men, will be able to cope books for boys, and more than a hun- proposition," which will be an in-
Independent of Odd Fel-
said the citizens of dred volumes have been turned from
lows will celebrate the Canon City are with any similar aggregation that quiry as to the desire of all "ele-
ON BOOKS IN MIAMI ninety-fifth in mortal terror, that the militia is the point of his wonderful pen.
anniversary of the founding of the that can be gotten together in these parts When a representative of the Sen- ments for peace," specific terms will
inadequate, Trinidad is overrun
and that the interest will be
order with a picnic to be held at the with armed strikers, and the police greater tinel asked him how he did it, he then be taken up.
fair than it would be under the other plan.
People of the East Coast City Pay grounds tomorrow. and sheriff there are helpless and citizens The whole matter will be threshedout smiled indulgently, and said: "It just ,
Little Attention to the Call Following a custom of long stand are in imminent danger. comes natural, I guess. I have been HUERTA YIELDED TO SOBER
at the .
ing the members of the'order attend meeting tomorrow evening.The

writing eVer since I twelve
of the Collector ing the members of the order attendedI I committee is composed of Messrs.! was years SECOND THOUGHTThe

t!"....;""" :_ ft t. ..2.. CO.:1: ___ _____!__ HARRY DELANEY JAILED- -- 0V-.. _Arthur___ Rutt., W. E. finrp., Jr. R. AT. of age, and I'm still at it.
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ocnu.c3 iu A uuuy ounuay evening. A CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT eo"I "I have never attempted anything above dispatch was received by
Miami, Fla., April 27.-More than special sermon was delivered for their Robinson, J. M. Cheney and J. II. wonderful, they are just books for the Sentinel last night at 1 o'clock.
million dollars worth of Miami benefit at the Harry DeLaney, well known in Orlando Reese.
Presbyterian church
one
by the former boys, intended to entertain and uplift Earlier in the evening the following
property will be sold by the tax col- Rev. Dr. J. F. McKinnon, the subject as manager of the them and guide their thoughts in the

lector in front of the city hall unless "Burden Bearing," being developed in lando Grand theater, was. brought to Or- MAKING PROGRESS IX CLEARING right direction. I have not made any i came, indicating that Huerta would

taxes are paid on it by 6 o'clock a pleasing, forceful and appropriatemanner from Green Cove Springs yes- UP CUSTOMS TANGLE fortune at it, but I've always made a not accept mediation but intended to
terday
Wednesday evening. This is the posi- by the minister. Gordon and morning' by Sheriff Frank good living, and have reared a big stand pat:

tive dead line for taxes this year, ac- The order of exercises for tomor- embezzlement placed in jail on a chargeof Vera Cruz, Mex., April 27.Captain family, which is the best part of it." National Palace, Mexico City, April

cording to the city tax collector, W. row follows: Benson, preferred by B. G. Stickney, of the Prairie, now I Mr. Rathbone is much interested in 27.-"To the International News Ser
B. Moore. Meet at fair grounds at 10 a. m., present manager of the the- captain of the port, is making good the Mexican situation. He said he
ater. vice New York Mexico has
DeLaney remained in jail be- : always
This sum represents about one- Wednesday, April 29. progress in straightening out the cus- had foreseen it for two years, and

fourth the property in Miami. Taxes Assemble at rest room. bond cause of of his inability to make the toms house tangle. He found desks wae..-- not..__ _STirnricoH_a t"uu: .,.w t tlio w..... nroci/tant'o''uw.. fulfilled its international obligations,
have been paid since the books were I Song by assembly, "America." i companied$1,500.her Mrs. DeLaney ac- rifled of many papers, presumably by recent action. He believes r-----that Villa and at every crisis will defend its

opened the first day of December, Prayer, Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson. ping at the husband and is stop- I departing federal officials, but believes will join forces with Huerta when the : rights trampled upon by government

twenty and one-half weeks ago, on Brief History of Odd Fell,*. :i" .in LeRoy Giles Empire is hotel. Attorney they were taken in order that show down comes, and that the Mex- of United States. V. Huerta.
the other three-fourths of 'Miami America, John F. SchumaiT DeLaney's attorneyand the officials might clear their icans
own will
conduct a guerilla warfare
is New York, April 27.-(Special.)-
property. In other words, there was I. Brief History of Rebekah Degree attempting to secure his release accounts rather than to embarras the against the American troops bringing:

an average of about $4,000 worth of Lodge, Mrs. Frank Helms. on bail. Americans. on a war which it will be hard to The foregoing message from Huertawas

taxes paid in every week since the Brief History of Encampment MISS HARRIS Among the port captain's duties is bring to a conclusion. received at the New York offic,
books were opened, but if Miamiansare Branch, John T. Dale. TO GIVE TALK TO the overseeing of the' affairs of the of the International' News Service to-

to clean up the matter before the Address on Odd Fellowship and SCHOOL AT ZELLWOOD ancient fortress of San Juan de Uloa. BATTLESHIP IS HELD UP BY

books are closed and the propertysold Fraternalism, Dr. John W. Stagg. Miss Agnes Ellen Harris, of the There the Mexican flag is still flying, SMALLPOX day.The
Florida State message was in reply to the
they will have to pay in $26,000in Adjournment for picnic dinner.In College for Women, in and the Mexican commandant is still
charge of the Galveston, Tex., April 27.-Spe-(
tomato following dispatch sent Huerta Sun.
the next week. This will mean that the afternoon a number of I growing and in control of the eighty armed sol-
canning club al.-Three cases of smallpox were
there will have to be more than six events in the way of field sports will work, will give a talk diers and five hundred prisoners, day:
discovered this aboard the
on the morning
subject to the
times as much interest taken in the afford amusement. girls of Zellwood many of the latter most desperate "Chile, Argentine, Brazil offer me-
today. Mr. battleship Connecticut, which is be-
Chas. H. Baker
this week than there has county
proposition criminals. A narrow diation between United States
and
causeway connects -
demonstrator for ing held here in quarantine, with 500
been taken in it during any previous VILLA HEARTILY IN FAVOR OF Orange county, the fortress with the shore, andis "
from Mexico. Mexico. Will ?
These themat
will take part in the refugees are you accept
week. THE MEDIATION PLAN exercises... Miss constantly covered by a field piece,I 4:__. ft __ __"ft-=_.._ ..1:_____
Harris eave a Jemnnct ,*; :_ .i._ : cases:: : : U.I.UUI.agJUU:: uiacaae:
Juarez, Mexico, April .-General canning 0'u"u'a"n.vu work at Kissimmee lU ue and a machine gun, making a guardin among three thousand refugees who TilE WEATHER
ATTORNEY DICKINSON'S MOTHER yester
J Francisco Villa expects to leave for day. Mr. Baker said it his the fortress unnecessary. have arrived here from Tampico and .
DEAD was pur- Florida: Fair Tuesday,except showers
said -
Captain Stickney today thatit
the south today, but said he would pose to invite Miss Harris to visit Vera Cruz.
I The many friends of Attorney C. P. return to Juarez soon. At Chihuahuahe the Winter Garden and soon would be necessary to feed in northwest portion. Wednesday,

Dickinson will regret to learn of the is expected to hold an important tion with a view to Oakland sec- not only the prisoners, but also the BASEBALL RESULTS fair in south, showers in central and

death of his mother, which occurredat conference with General Carranza, young ladies in the interesting the Mexican soldiers, who still bear arms National League north portions; cooler in northwest
organization of
her late home in Madison, Fla., head of the constitutionalists, con- canning clubs. It is a great work in service under their own flag. New York 4, Philadelphia 2. portion.A .

Friday. Mr. Dickinson left Orlando cerning American relations and the which is growing rapidly and is doing Cincinnati 2, St. Louis 1.

Tuesday of last week in response to mediation plan of the big South much good in the way of getting the COMMISSIONER DILLARD IS LAT. Pittsburg-Chicago; rain. consignment of about 15,000 tons

an urgent message that she could not American republics. In addition, he girls interested in a useful depart- EST TO QUALIFY Brooklyn-Boston; rain. of steel rails has been purchased by

t live. She was 77 years of age, and says, he has important duties southin ment of agriculture.The American League the Chinese gfr/ernment from the Bir-

;e is survived by four sons, Messrs. J.J. connection with organizing the County Commissioner J. L Dillard Philadelphia 5, New York 4. mingham steel plants and will be

Dickinson, of Sanford; E. N. Dickinson campaign against the federals, who, State Medical assocaition will qualified to have his name put on the Washington 6, Boston 1. shipped through the port of Pensa-

of Avon Park; W. N. Dickinson, after defeats at Monterey, Torreonand meet in Orlando May 13, 14 and 15, official ballot by paying the committee Federal LeagueNo cola.

of Madison, and our fellow towns- San Pedro, have rallied their and the Orlando Board of Trade will and county assessments yester- Games Scheduled.

man. scattered forces at Saltillo. i co-operate with the local medical so- day. The total list of those qualified Southern League The charity ball given a few nights

General Villa telegraphed General l ciety in entertaining the visitors. Instead with the clerk of the court reads as Atlanta 5, Memphis 1. ago by the Elks in Lakeland is saidto

Mr. S. V. Reynolds, who has spent i Pablo Gonzalez, whose troops cap- I of a banquet the local medical follows: For representative, J. H. Chattanooga 7, Nashville 1. have been one of the most brilliant J

several weeks in Orlando, left yes- trred Monterey, 'to treat foreignerswith society will probably tender the visit- Reese, S. S. Griffin, A. B. Newton; Mobile 3, Birmingham 2. and enjoyable social events of the

terday for Kingston, N. Y., where he every consideration. ors a barbecue, believing the change for county commissioner, C. J. Sweet, New Orleans 7, Montgomery 1. season. The invited guests were

will remain until fall. General Villa said he was heartily from the usual order will be refreshing A. G. Starbird, J. L Dillard; for South Atlantic League asked to come enmasque and a num-

in favor of the mediation plan. "I to the physicians. Quite a num- treasurer, J. H. Tucker; for constableOrlando Savannah 3, Jacksonville 0. ber of costumes were very beautiful.

Rev. Dr. John W. Stagg returned feelsare'of a speedy solution of the I ber of- Ocala physicians expect to attend district, Dennis Jernigan.The Macon 4, Columbia 0.

yy yesterday from Arcadia, where he delivered complications, and then we can go this convention and will go down time for qualifying is growing Columbus 2, Albany 2. Twelve innings Here you are. This week, 8 packs *

the commencement sermon for ahead with our revolution," he de to Orlando in their cars.-ocala Ban I i short and all the candidates will bon e ; darkness. of (square) toilet paper for 25 cents.

the school at that place. dared. ner. the list in a few days no doubt. Charleston 3, Augusta 2. Curtis & O'Neal, next postoffice.
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ange trees, two story house, barn,

RFAimS HCO; best of water, three lakes. '
SAID TO BE READY[ TO Seventeen members of the Hills- SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTThe ,, c FOR REAL Bf Aft &iap
x 'borough high school class of 1914, ",**< bargain sale.
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which will graduate this year, will Orland Hotel wish to j jI
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have completed their entire course of announce to the patrons of the Orland tI
four years with an average of over cafe and all others who may be inter .
ninety-one for each of four studies, ested that on and after April 25th,
Says That the Spanish in Mexico Are until further notice, that the cafe will
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says a rec
Ready to Fight Againstthe be open for business from 6 a. m. Until M >4MHIMiMtllllHlllltlllllMIMMiMillltlMMOrlando
Invaders ord. This is one-fourth of the class. midnight, and a special menu will
Of this number thirteen are girls and be in force from 8 p. m. until 12 p. m., 1
four are boys. Tuesday, May 5th,I consisting of special and fancy dishes
London, Eng., April 25.-A cable and ice creams and cakes, salads, etc. Bank & Trust Co :
has been selected for the class of
, gram from Gen. Venustiano Carran- .
night exercises.A .
za, dated Chihuahua saying he pro THE BIZ WOT IS :. Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
,tests most energetically against I -
American invasion of Mexico, is published few days ago Mrs. Potter Palmer I Necessary to keep the business ball :
by a press association in Made expressed twelve boxes of grapefruitfrom rolling is printing-good work-the RESOURCESReal

her grove at Osprey to Paris,II M II quality produced at the Sentinel job : Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37
rid."The Mexican people," the message France. printing department.Sewing : Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14
t adds, "will unite to fight against the Is I,------ .. Overdrafts . . . .. . . . 1,225.23
invaders to the last breath. Of the''IIIIIMIIMMIMMMMMHMMIMMMMMIMMMt*>**+ : Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
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' ready to fight by the side of the Mex

icans. Time : LIABILITIES $904,906.09

Attacked Federals at Tampico inAmericans' Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

Behalf? Re-Discounts . .. . .. . . . . None
Brownsville, Tex., April 25.-The IS NOWHERE Bills payable . . . . . . . None
folowing report signed by General

Caballero, rebel commander at Tam Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72Due

pico, to constiutionalists headquartersat 24th to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59 t
Matamoros under date of the ,
was given out here today:
"Having come to my notice that EVERY SEWING i $904,906.09
the federals in Tampico were offer
ing further insults to Americans, I MACUINE Deposits March 4, 1914 . .'. . . .$649,484.91

immediately reopened my attack at Deposits April llth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72 j

4 have o'clock captured this morning the cemetery, and already where in the city is just humming, and every woman in townis Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308.81
getting herself and her family into the prettiest cloth-
strong federal force resisted. Expect ing imagineable, as quickly as she can. Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38
: triumph by night." Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

"Plans are being worked out in How About Your Machine? | Increase in 100 days . .".. .. 249,626.34 .
Philadelphia for construction here .
this summer of a hotel which will Is it doing your work as you would like to have it? or Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
practically duplicate the splendid is it running hard, dropping stitches, breaking needles, The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
Seminole hotel in Jacksonville," says et, if this ies so you had better COME IN AND SEE the Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
} the St. Petersburg Times. "It's cost FREE MACHINE, the finest sewing machine made to- friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
. will be in the neighborhood of $500 day. The FREE is the most wonderful machine that was sible.
000." The Times goes on to tell that ever made. It is far superior to ,the "old line" machinesthat ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
the new hotel will be located somewhere have not the newest improvement of the FREE.
on Central avenue and that THE ROTOSCILLO MOVEMENT, EIGHT SETS OF :_uuHiHfliitUtiiHUiutnuuuunnnnnnnnnnnununnui
several sites are being considered. BALL BEARINGS.. AUTOMATIC LIFT., AUTOMATIC ,
"The money for its construction," I LOCKING DRAWERS:AUTOMATIC TE sfRE: NOTICE
- adds the Times, "will be arranged by A LEASE, SHUTTLE EJECTOR, HEAD LATCH, AUTOMATIC Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
Change of Schedule St.
the group of capitalists who have T THREAD CONTROL, etc., as well as the RO- Clyde AND DO ALL KINDS OF .
Johns River SteamersUntil
financed the St. Petersburg Investment ; ; TARY SPOOL PIN, SELF THREADING SHUTTLE, OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
further notice the
steamersof
1 company and all subsidiary enterprises I I and other late improvements makes the FREE first Osteopathic Physician
this line will
leave Sanford
including the tourist hotel I choice of all who have investigated-Come in and try 11:30 o'clock at 132 Orange Avenue
a. m.
and golf club at Davista, which are J the FREE before deciding. !
also to be completed this summer." N. M. TUPPER, Supt.J. Next door to People's Bank, I/T'
B. CALDER, Agent.
Discussing the plans for the new hotel up-staIrs. Acute and chronic -
THE FREE SEWING MACHINE CO. Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914-
the paper says that it will be eightor diseases treatedTelephone
ten stories high and modern in C. HUGH DAVIDS If you want you bicycle fixed ina
every respect-Times-Union Short Mgr. hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578.Put L H. RAMSDELL

Talks. I Yowell-Duckworth Department Store. Shop. 12-5-tf. OPTOMETRIST
Woods of the Eustis Lake advertising ,
Editor money in thy purse ,by
Sentinel want shortens
advertising (Successor to Dr. 0. P. UUu,
Region has decided to have a new in tie Sentinel
and
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FIRST GREAT T REUNION[ IS TO B BE[ POINTED PARAGRAPHSSelf Vf PRETTY HAIR To spend CAN your YOU valuable AFFORD time asking" HIIIMIMM iMMiiiiitmimimiiiniiim


made men are always your neighbors and friends to look '
NED[ IN flORmA
y
I shop. Soft, Fluffy and Xo Dandruffuse up a house or rooms for you when SUMMER CAFEOpen H
Charity covers a multitude of Parisian Sage you can get the most information and

Jacksonville when it begins at home. your hair is losing its natural valuable selections from the columnsof
Takes Great Pride in
: coming out and splitting, or
Girls beg the question when the
Fact That Confederate Gathering that enviable softness, gloss Morning Sentinel?
There Is to be Greatest try to induce a man to propose. beautv. do not desoair. -nretty
Ever. We never heard of a bride is largely a matter of care. If from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.

wasn't vivacious, dainty and harsh and brittle soften it up '.HMIIMHMMMHMMM.
Jacksonville, Fla, April 25.- it. If you have dandruff :
'Southern social circles are again taking ing.It because the scalp is too dry
For Sale
an interest in the great social, takes more than a coat of flakes off. Freshen up the scalp
military and sentimental annual to cover the freckles on one's Parisian Sage- all dandruff dis-
meeting that brings together a tion. falling hair and itching Announcement is hereby made by the Orlando Hotel
crowd of from 75,000 to 150,000 peo- : your hair is doubly beautiful. I have the following J
ple to do honor to the exConfederate Some men are up with the lark Sage, sold by McElroy's properties which I offer } Co., to the patrons of the Orlando cafe and all others,
soldier-the 'reunion of the survivors some others prefer the swallow and at all drug counters,
of the Confederate armies. fore breakfast.A what you need-a large bot- at ATTRACTIVE PRICES J singular and in crowds, that on and after

The reunion is to be held this year husband can cure his wife costs but 50 cents. It surely prior to going north: J
at Jacksonville, Fla, May 6, 7, 8 in- the hair lustrous and seem
clusive. It is the first time that that "tired feeling" by filling as abundant. You cannot be dis- One California Bungalow 3 APRIL 25th WHICH IS SATURDAYand

the ex-Confederate soldiers have selected purse with bargain "ads." and in Parisian Sage. ; one two-story house J

and uncommon Florida as interest the reunion attaches state to, backs. Park Trammell has accepted (corner lot.) Intending \ continuing from that date until further notice that

the South.meeting Owing here to and the throughout comparativelyearly the Job printing at the Sentinel invitation of Patton Anderson buyers will do well to get \ the cafe will be open for service from six o'clock of the

U. D. C., of Palatka, to de- in touch with me on \
date of the reunion the divisions
-
until twelve
brigades and camps made Your only assurance of future the Memorial Day address in above properties, whichare I morning o'clock of the night, with a

their appointments of sponsors and city Sunday afternoon.
ness success is knowledge. both new and well \
maids and these ladies
the social early side, of the reunion.compose They You" must "learn before you located. \ SPECIAL MENU FROM 8 TO 12

are known as the official ladies of earn.The road to success is not an THE WEST IN THE EVENING CONSISTING
the meeting, entertained as such and !
must be fitted for the FRED B. DALE
one-you
courted by the entire social fabric of
the South. ney lest you fall by the wayside. VIA : OF UNUSUAL AND FANCY DISHES

Mapping out a social program for Strengthen aid of this your successful forces by !I It.lte 306 ANDERSON STREET
s. Confederate reunion is task that
a MinD
A diploma from this school
demands the best of talent in the PHONE 376
future
entertainment line. There must be your success. 3:13
dinners, receptions, balls, trips to dif SOUTHERN :-1------------- pm tMIMHMMHMIIMMIMMMMMIMMMMMIilMIJ
___ 7:30
SCHOOLS OF COMMERCE
-------- pm
ferent points of interest around the I The ORLAND will make a specialty during the sum
,
Successors to ,Fla.,A.C. I.. 9:00: pm

the reunion line cities of social and entertainment anything else the in Orlando and St.Colleges Petersburg Ga., Ga., A., A.C. C.L..11:10 1.____ 1:15 pm am I mer of ice creams, cakes, salads, and other cooling and

committee may devise. The crown 4-21-5t Ga., A. C. 1.,.____ 2:40 am
health
ing event of the week in society, how Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am Shoe Repairing ; ; preserving foods.
ever, is the annual ball for maids and
If the reunion .. .. Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
is
held in
sponsors. a Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 _..BE SURE THAT
am | YOU VISIT THE ORLANDO
I
city where: a hall large enough to ac by PARCEL POSTMen's ...
Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p
commodate several hundred A Genuine
dancing Bargain :
,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm
couples at once cannot be secured, a Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 MIMtllMMMIMMMIMMIMMM
dancing pavilion is constructed for in Real Estate pm I I Half Soles, 7se to Sse Mllf.HMMUMMMM
Ky., I. C._______ 9:35; pm '
the occasion. This pavilion consistsof 111., I. C._________11:07 pm Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c \ i I'

a large;canvass it is also tent supplied, well flooredandlighted with Good eight-room house bQE..d e, 111., I. C.12:13 am I Children's Half Soles, sOc to ysc '

comfortable seats on the grandstandorder with connected Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am Hand Turned Soles, $I.oo <

where several thousand specta twenty acres first class 111., I. C. 1:38 I Heels Repaired, 2c ,

tors has may witness the ball. If a reader al cleared, 315 ,.111., I. C.__-__--_-_-_ 3:20 am am All work returned in 24 hours. < Spllllg ri
not illlli 11Our
seen one of these annual [ r
balls at a Confederate reunion he Orange Trees, in first III, I. C.____ 4:29 am I Orders without remittance re- '
has but limited idea of its size and condition fine bloom. 111., I. C._____ 6:20 am turned C. 0. D. We pay J
,
111., I. C._______ 7:50 am return postage.
brilliancy. Nothing to equal it i in can easily be -

} splendor States unless can be seen in the United into five-acre tracts, is Through Trains-Composed of new line for the Spring
it
be the inauguration ,
compartment, drawing
ball at the national capital fallen l road to Conway, 2 A. Hanson and
now section, sleeping cars, 3Jdee Summer season of 1914 is
into social desuetude. If the i inauguration miles from Court House
chair cars, between Jackson 19 East Pine Street
ball is put out of the co nroad on two sides, and Chicago, and Jacksonville now complete. Never in the history
: ORLANDO FLORIDA
test, the annual ball of the Confederate road will be bricked St. Louis. All meals in dining of our business have we
'
reunion
at which the
maids
and sponsors hold sway is the .greatest year. Has rural delivery t iets and Pullman ...OMMMMMIIMIMIIIM been able to show such a line of

social function of the United and shool wagon. Sold all on car reser new and timely goods for Eas

States.The social side of the Jacksonville close and estate. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Buy& your Abernethy.garden. seed Just from received DeLaney a- I ter selling. Our line of Dress

reunion will be participated in by for cash, or very reasona .or WHITE big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-t Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery
Ticket
Depot
representatives of all the southern terms will be made. Agent, Ready-to-Wear
goods and
states, the border states and few Atlantic Coast Line,
western commonwealths. There a are LORD & BRADSrfAW Orlando. I Read the advertisements daily. notions is complete-the stylesare

sixteen state divisions of the United Exclusive varied enough to suit

Confederate Veterans' Association, I Agents I MtttlltmillMillHMMMIIMMIIIMMMf* the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with

as follows: South Carolina, North . .... every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia,
Maryland, Louisiana, Tennessee, florida Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, NOTICE TO APPLY PATENT FOB: 1911."A the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent

Kentucky, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouriand cheaper than the regular prices.
Arkansas. Each state sends Notice ia hereby given that on the
large delegations of of April 1914. the undersigned whose We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show i

the reunion, selected young with women regard to to are Honorable subscribed Park will M.make Trammell application ORLANDO you our line if you will call on us.

their social standing at home. In ad- the State of Florida at his office in
dition to the state delegations, the basses Florida, for Letters Patent for
corporation, not for profit organized
commander-in-chief has
his
own offi- Chapter 5958 of the Laws of the i
cial ladies, chosen from the south at Florida,. upon the articles of
large. There are three departments, hereinafter set forth. m New
Yoikarair
Virginia known ,as Army the of Army Tennessee of Northern depart- J.. H.L.B. HAMNER.L. ROSS.B. Water & Light Co. I tore i

ment and Trans-Mississippi depart- ARTICLE L ..
ment. Each department appoints The name of this corporation shall .1111111111111111.1.11.11..111.,11.11111,1,1'1,111
FLORIDA GROWERS' AND
maids and sponsors and sends them to LEAGUE..
all reunions. The scope of country ARTICLE IL
covered by these many organizations The purpose for which said ElectricityGas
has about half the population of the formed shall be the mutual *11111111111.1.111111111111111111111111111111111111111Beck
its members, for the of
United purpose
4 States, hence the interest ina and protecting: their interests as
Confederate reunion is always wide shippers and marketers of Florida
spread. Society circles in all of this tural products of all kinds.ARTICLE .
territory' are interested in the Jack- HI. : Water Ice i & Payne'sCash t
sonvile reunion and The place where its principal business
the event will l be transacted shall be in the City of
bring here one .of the largest_crowds Orange County_Florida._ ___
oi young people ever assembled in ARTICLE IV.
The term for which said corporation
the south. Florida
appeals to the exist shall be fifty from the date
yean Office No. J8 West Central
Ave.
young, because of its flowers and its issuance of its Letters Patent :--- Grocery
wonders-its poetry, its song and its ARTICLE V.
attractive history. Rivers and ocean, The number of directors of said
gulf and tion shall be Nine, but the Board of
bays have interest
all their
bJ a two-thirds vote of the members
own. The palm and the pine, live- at any regular or special meeting. *
oak and holly and a hundred other crease or decrease the number of
No. 6
forest trees that abound throughout r rectors provided that the number of Telephone STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES
the state nowhere directors shall never be less than three.
as else on the con- Board of Directors shall be elected
tinent, invest Florida with an inter- annual "eting of the members of this
est as wide as the nation. Greater poration be held on the first
interest attaches of May o' each year, but the Board of
to the Jacksonville
tors may change the date of any Nice new stock. White Rose
reunion than to recent ,
any meetng of meeting, so as to make it ; ;
's the Confederates, and preparatio..s with the annual meeting of the Florida
are being made to entertain a large Horticultbnl Society by giving ten brand Canned goods Fox River But- j :
crowd of people in May. notice The Board thereof of to Directors all of the at members.its first . .. . . .. ,

I shall divide the State of Florida into
the districts, and no more than three ter "Pride" the highest grade butter- j
Teaching trade of cigar mak- shall be elected from any one of said ,
ing in the manual tricts. The Board of Directors at its
training departments meeting, and at its first meeting after ine. Call and We
of the local schools is a plan annual election, shall select from investigate. ; ;

of County Superintendent of Public themselves dents. and a the President Board shall and two also Vice- Louisville Nashville R. R. meet all cash

Instruction Marshall Moore, who power to appoint a Secretary and to prices.

holds that this would add greatly to tion nate, and a bank it shall as Treasurer also have the of said power !

the value of the course of instruc ploy a General Manager and ::
powers and duties. At the first annual &'N.l
11 West Robinson
tion, especially as the industry isTampa's ing three directors shall be elected c Avenue
year, three directors shall be elected
4 chief, asset and offers the years, and three directors shall be 0l 1..1.,1.
largest field for trained workers here three yarn and thereafter at the .
election directors shall be elected to
The innovation would be welcomed by offices of those three directors whose The Attractive Way to ; .11.,11111111111,1111111111111111111111111111111111"till

the cigar manufacturers, have expired. CINCINNATI CHICAGO LOUISVILLE
or some o f The names and residences of the
( them at least, who have shown increased of said corporation selected for the first LEXINGTON ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS
and until their successors shall be
desire to secure more native and have accepted said office, shall be: DAYTON PITTSBURGBUFFALO KNOXVILLE 11111 "III III 11111 III' 11111 IIIIIMIMHIt
American labor. In the West Tampa L. B. Skinner. Dunedin, Florida. COLUMBUS BIRMINGHAM
J. IL Ross, Winter Haven. Florida.
and Ybor City sections the course J. C. Chase, Jacksonville, Florida.IL CLEVELAND GRAND RAPIDS PENSACOLA
C. Schrader Jacksonville Florida. Saturday SpecialsPattern
would be even more acceptable thanin H. E. Heitman Fort Myers Florida. DETROIT NASHVILLEEVANSVILLE MOBILE

the schools of the other sections o f B. L. Hamner. Tampa Florida.H. TOLEDO NEW ORLEANS
J. Drane, Lakeland, Florida.W. .
the city, in as much as a large percentage C. Temple. Winter Park, Florida.J. All Points North-Northwest-Southwest

of the students in thos IN. R.WITNESS Davis. Bartow WHEREOF Florida.the Three Solid Through Trains, Daily Hats Sold at Cost

schools are of Latin parentage, many have hereunto set their hands and
this the 30th day of March. 1914. South Atlantic Limited, Lye Jacksonville .8:15 P. M.

4 being others children working of in cigar factories.makers-Tampa, and J.B. L.H.'HAMNER ROSS (Seal( ). Dixie Flyer, Lye Jacksonville . . . 8:25 P. M. I Voiles and Ginghams at 15c per yard

Note L. B. SKINNER ( Montgomery Route Express LYe. Jacksonville 8:05 P. 31. .
in Times-Union. J. C. CHASE (Seal)
H. C. SCHRADER ( Three Daily Trains to Mobile and New Orleans, LYe.
H. J. DRANE (Seal) Jacksonville 8:00 5:00 and 8:00 From 7:30 9:30
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN J. R. DAVIS (Seal). a. m., p. m., a. n. : to : p. m.

While in Chattanooga take "Dixieor H.W. C.C. HEITMAN TEMPLE (( All electric lighted trains with through steel draw

"News" sightseeing automobiles State of Florida. ing-room sleepers, free reclining chairs and modern high-

for Lookout Mountain, Point Park, Before Orange me,County.the undersigned authority back seat coaches. MISSES HAULM & DUNN
sonally appeared W. C. Temple, to
Chickamauga battlefield, Missioiary known to be one of the persons L. & N. Dining Cars-No Better Dining car service.
Ridge and historical points. For resenrations and who executed the foregoing Fast Time-Rock Ballast-No Dust.
incorporation and who duly acbowl
address 910 Market street execution thereof to be his free act and H. C. BRETNEY, FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT : Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
8-S-Apr.tt Witness my hand and official seal this .
134
day of March, 1914. West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla !
IL H. YOWELL, Notary Z.ZkMI-za PatternsIIIIIIMMMMttlMIMIIIIIIMMMIIMItMIIIIIIIMM
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South Florida Sentinel ( W. S. Branch)
According to advices received from
MORNING,AND WEEKLY The much talked of "grape juice Orlando, the business men of that enterprising -
There need of
JOSlAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. diplomacy" begins to assume the appearance was genuine an act-
of the kind known I city will organize an auto-. ive traffic officer in the north end of
among Dickson-Ives Co1
mobile to Miami
pilgrimage starting
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando, Flor the boys around town as "fighting I II town yesterday morning. Traffic came
Ida. u Second class MaU Matter. whiskey." on the eighteenth of May. to a sudden standstill. Autos.turnedback

SUBSCRIPTION RATES I They plan to make the trip from and went another way. Horses
Daily 1 Year ..........................$500 Orlando to this city in two days, sniffed and refused to go on and colored -
Daily, 6 Months ....................... %.50 It is already time for the creatorsof '
x Daily. S Months ...................... 1-5 music to flash a waiting I'coming down the coast by the way of laborers passing took to the
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 upon Daytona. They will have men with woods. it
a world "The March on Vera Cruz," Fortunately was an early DEPARTMENTAL STORE
r Weekly l'Year' ....................... 1-00 "John Lind's Hesitation Waltz," "Ad- hem who have made the trio by machine hour and travel was not heavy or
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .7S miral Fletcher's Tango," and "Villa I frequently, and who know the matters might have become compli-

TO ADVERTISERS: tfaxixe," and we should all enjoy a !best routes between the two cities.It cated. H. A. Shreve, however, came
fine production of "Huerta's Turkey is expected that these men, who along driving a motor truck and FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
Cops for display and all wilier hand-Mt i represent the best business interests solved the problem.The .
dTcrtbijif mist be handed in at the buiineuffk Trot.
tf the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. eWe I of Orlando, will remain in Miami for real difficulty was a large and roeeat
the U changes day before for publication.contract advertising This rule:applies it U heard a gentleman say last !several days and that they will thoroughly evidently an old resident of Orange L =

Invariable and wifl be strictly adhered to. evening that he was going to arrangea i' investigate this entire section 'county had gotten out into the middle
of the state. This, with the purposeof of the public road. It was just an
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- chute so that the carrier boy could 'I
tinued should notify the office in writing on deliver the Morning Sentinel into his paying a friendly visit, is the in- alligator, but it is a big one. Ten
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be .
tention of the .
continued at the regular subscription rates bed room. He wishes to read the war party.If feet long is what he measures and
until notice to stop u received. their intention is from the Mr. Shreve
to
news before he takes his bath and investigatethe judging way
TUESDAY APRIL 28, 1914. makes his toilet. question of good roads, the Or- brought him home he weighs consid
lando contingent will receive lessons erable.
- --
--- Today the dairymen of Leon coun- here that will not only open their It was between five and six o'clock
t The vice-president was given a good
time by the ty will begin regular shipments of eyes as to what really good roads are, this morning, that Mr. Shreve came II IIIt
editors.o Jersey milk to Jacksonville. If the but they may also receive some val- across the monster lying in the road
quality of the lacteal fluid correspondswith uable hints on road building. just south of the branch leading from
I The Miami Herald has a new name Confirm This
E for prospectors; it calls them "land the quality of the liquids that Miami will have the opportunity of Lake Ivanhoe. Securing a long rope !
a viewers." Jacksonville is constantly shipping to impressing a large body of men froma he wound the alligator up and loaded
o Tallahassee and other sections of neighboring city with the advan- him on an improvised sled and

Look here, we are not going to talk Leon county, we tremble even for the tages of life on the lower east coast. dragged him home.If ; is mighty nice to be told that we have the finest
indication Mr. i
about it forever can that adults that will drink it, not to mention What they see here will be told at hooks are any
j. ; you pay
the infants and children. home. Their visit will 'Gator would make a good veteran for selections of linens in the state. This was an unasked
r choose undoubtedlyresult
poll tax or not, just as you ,
but you'd better get it done by May in closer relations between the the Mexican war, as he has four large | and unbiased statement made by a new customer of ours.
'. The problem of what to include ina cities and with bullet holes in his head, and still
two more frequent ex- II
9, or there will be nothing doing fork
silver service for the battleship change of visits, individually and col- lives. Mr. Shreve is very proud of ; We can't help passing the news on. We have tried and

!? you. 0 Texas is worrying the people of that lectively. Nothing but good can come his captive, and has him on exhibitionat tried hard to have as complete assortment as possible

Since Claude L'Engle filed his libel state. They might arrange to installa of the proposed pilgrimage.It I his home at Formosa. and we think we have inH '

f suit against the Jacksonville Metropolis soda water fountain.Mobile Item. is hardly necessary to call atten-i
---- -- --- -- -
I olis that journal has had little to say Just at present a big silver plated tion of those who usually take charge I 'I" 'I"'I'I o .
t about the congressman. The Met. gun that would carry shells from El of the city's hospitality that this
'I shouldn't let a little thing like that Paso to Mexico City and kill all the group of men should be met with every T. F. HOURIHAN
-
put a muzzle on it. greasers between the two cities wouldbe possible courtesy. They should
r i o thankfully received by the Texansno have the doors of the county thrown Licensed Plumber and

t It was reported in Washington a doubt. wide open to them. They should be Sanitary Engineer I I

; few days ago that Key West had given an opportunity to see all that Promptly Estimates Attended Furnished.to. Jobbing
fallen, and great excitement followed. I Nothing could be more appropriatefor we have to show. .
There is one satisfaction about it- the meeting of the State Medical Miami should most heartily wel- PHONE 629

.I whenever Key West does fall it won't association than a barbecue instead ofa come Orlando.Miami Herald. 106 Court Street

!. be hurt much, for it hasn't far to go.o .I banquet. Doctors are usually pretty II t
good feeders who indulge too freely Are you puzzled to get more business ORLANDO, FLORIDA ea

The recent severe illness of Editor in gastronomic exercises. Our ? If so, try an ad. in the Sen- t-ll-Im I & t

_f Wallace F. Stovall of the Tampa Tribune common ills are simply banquets for tinel. .HHiMMIimillHIIiMtMlllllflMIIMMIMHIIillllMIUMIIIttiiMtMl I
our family physician, and when o.o oP.
we
has been cause for hundreds of '
expressions of regret and sympathy have an attack of appendicitis or neu t j
ritis, it amounts to a financial bar-
r and his recovery from the danger pe-
_. riod will be welcomed with gladness becue for our medical friends. ; A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX !

x by as many.A LINENS"The
l> o That Orlando contingent, coming in I THE PALMS AUTO CO
man appeared at the registration automobiles to visit this city, will
"c,;;, office a few days ago and asked to know the minute they strike the ; REO MOTOR CARS "Acme" of perfection in weave, Designs, qual- ;

be registered. He was informed that northern line of Dade county that i ities and completeness of assortments.
.; the books had dosed some time ago, they are in a section that believes in ; For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a

and was asked casually by the super- good roads and has the material with full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force Table linens from 50c to . . . . . $2.50 ;
visor if he hadn't the notices in which to construct them and the inclination
seen II of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely .
} the newspapers. He admitted that he to use it.-Miami Herald. I guaranteed. Table cloths from 85c to . . . . . 8.00 -
never read the,newspapers. Thus the t
;; poor man will not have a chance to The State in Palatka Horticultural society will Maxwell "25 800 Equipped in Orlando (Napkins to match many of the Patterns.)
d' vote because of this neglect. We feel convene next Tuesday fora ,
like saying something harsh about four days' meeting. Wednesday TOWELS, BED SPREADS, SCARFS, CENTER ;

3 this person, but we fear that he would afternpon memorial the session program is devoted to i'' PIECES, PLAIN LINENS, LINEN CRASH, HANDKERCHIEF j
a for Mr. E. 0.
change his habit and read it; hencewe
{ desist at this period. Painter, late secretary of the society, THE PALMS AUTO CO LINENS, DRESS LINENS, EMBROIDERY :
and one of the speakers will be Rev.
IS" '-
J. G. Glass, who has been given the LINENS.
A great opportunity has presented FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.
! itself to Frank Clark if he would be subject, "E. 0. Painter and the Flor (PRICED RIGHT)
"
ida State
Horticultural
;:1 rid of the candidate opposing him in Society. .lllllelllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll-- :
:i the second district. The candidate
1 aforesaid, Mr. John V. Denton, has HMiiMMItllMHIimtMIMMIIMmillllHHiii .1111111111111111111. : a
Jt. offered his services to the presidentto f
to be sent to Mexico. If Mr. Clark Broken Thermos BottlesBring i
THE LAST DAY OF OUR
fears
really Denton he might secure
your broken Thermos and icy-hot bottles to us. We put in extra fillers and :
an appointment for his friend and ,
! mats, same as new. I
have him shipped out of the district

St o McELROY'S PHARMACYPHONE i
k The patriotic citizen is not necessarily -
l the man who goes to war at 20 .Silk Sale.J
'J the first sound of the bugle. The
t real test of patriotism is more often till 11111 MMMIIIIMIIMMMMMMIIMMIIIHIMAre II IMMiillMMIIMIIHM

. found at the board of trade meetings
,
; and at the polls when there are im-

, portant issues to be decided. It requires -1 IS TOMORROWSpecial
: as high order of patriotism to

attend to these duties year in and pI

year out, stand up to the rack, fodderor
no fodder, as it does to shoulder
your musket and march to the trainto
see the boys 0 showing in
.
off.o You Invited

The Pensacola navy yard is needednow.
It was needed the first day of to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea White GoodsOn

the trouble with Mexico and within gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure

little more than an hour after the tor- you will be interested in our display of the newest and
pedo flotilla steamed from the harbor ..
<, for Mexican waters the destroyer Mc- most artistic designs inCUT Monday, with the last day of the SILK SALE. (An

, Call was forced to return to the navy Exhibition of Exquisite new designs.)
; yard for repairs shortly after enter- GLASS
> ing the gulf, when the tubes blew out IN FRENCH VOILES, A MBROIDERED RATINES,

of one of her boilers. She went to There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets ENGLISH RICE CLOTHS,< DAINTY ROUBAIX

the navy was yard able,to was put promptly to sea Wednes-repairedand here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.We CREPES, SHADOW GRENADINES, ETC., ETC., .

day morning. Had it not been for are sure you can never find anything that would THEY ARE PRICED LOW-VERY LOWCOMEAND

the facilities at the Pensacola navy be more acceptable.T.H.Evans. .
yard it would have been necessaryfor SEE THEM.

the McCall to limp all the way to .
Charleston for repairs, and this long "

, journey under the circumstanceswould .
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have delayed her more than a ; ,
: week. It did not take the Mexican

trouble to demonstrate that the Pen #,
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sacola navy yard is needed by the
United States. The fact that it was

necessary for a destroyer to be re
paired here within an hour after the
torpedo fleet got in action only emphasizes the JewelerOPPOSITE

the folly of the Republican ,

administration yard and clinches which arguments closed the which navy POSTOFFICE ran e Ave. Cal n

have been made by Pensacola advo-

cates ever since President Roosevelt

discontinud.issued the -order Pensacola for the News., yard to be EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING + ; IIIIIMiMil **+ : : :: : *:: iMiiiMiiriiMIMM ::: : :::

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I BUYS AND SELLS TODAY'S PROGRAM "Get It fit t J ten's"Ask
the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes t wo-reel"The Reformation Eclair drama.of Caliope." A

i that "candy is to the brain fwhat fuel is to an en- REAL ESTATE "The Field Foreman." A one-reel
Victor drama.
gine. Both of these are remarkably fine .. I .&

No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car ramas. and will be sure to pleaseou.

amels, Taffies, etc. 600 acres south of Winter II I Your Friends

Garden and of
west
LEAGUE
CIVIC
SESSION
FRESH EVERY DAY. HELD ,
Gotha, including 10 acre AT SOROSIS CLUB \Vhy they buy from usthey

orange grove. The en- will tell you, it is
The regular monthly meeting of
tire tract covered with
t he Civic League was held in the So-

yellow pine timber. Two osis club rooms yesterday at 3:30 BecauseVe
BUTT'S K&NDY& KITCHEN f fThe
miles of lake shore. I i. m., Mrs. Edwards presiding.
Immediately preceding this was a
\Ve have the have
goods, we
4-23-im brief, session of the executive board. D

home of pure home-made: Candies, As the secretary was unexpectedly the price and give you

1 IIMIIIMHIIIIIIIillllMRESBYTERIAN prevented from attending, the min- prompt, courteous and pleasing

Orange AvenueMllllllilllMIMMItlMMIIHIMMHIMIIillMMMt ites: of the last meeting were omit- service.
LADIES EXTEND ed.

HOSPITALITY TO MEMBERSThe The treasurer's report showed a

substantial balance in the treasury.The Come and See
ladies of the societies of the corresponding secretary, Mrs.

First Presbyterian church are giving I L G. Starbuck, reported having sev- .
Mr. H. A. Cliff, one of Orlando's a i "free gratis for nothing" supper e;ral interesting letters regarding different -
greatly esteemed visitors, will termi- for the adult of the Allen & Co.
WADE membership f phases of work in which the
THE TUNER 1 nate a pleasant stay in this city when church tonight The hour has been I league, is interested. On motion, these ,

ORLANDO FLA he leaves for a summer's sojourn at set at seven o'clock so that businessmen I letters were to be turned over to the
I St John's, New Brunswick Canada. JewelersPrompt
,
can come from their places of chairmen of the respective commites -
r While here Mr. Cliff made his home business direct to the church. It is t to whose work their contents re-
t at the Lake View. to be informal affair that workaday Repairing.
an so 1 lated. One letter was from the state
Mrs. W. P. Watson has returned'!'I I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith, Mrs. B. clothes will be in order. 1 labor inspector, J. C. Privett, upon Everything Guaranteed.
from a visit to Tampa and St. Peters F. Young, Miss Sarah and Master Once a year it is the custom to give t the laws governing child labor; another -

burg. I I Robert Young, and Mr. M. Daniels; such a supper and have what may be from the Woman's Civic Improvement I

Mr. J. L. Nixon, of Worthington!,'composed an auto party from Ozona, described as a "get-together" meeting J society, of Punta Gorda,

W. Va., is spending a few days in. : Fla., visiting Orlando yesterday. for the discussing of church work for desired information as to organizinga
the city with !Ir. J. W. Rex. j I While in the city they made their the ensuing year, as the ecclesiastical Junior Civic League and its work. I
I!headquarters at the San Juan. year, with Presbyterians, begins in The executive board recommended I
Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles returned
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yesterday I I April. t that: the portion of article five of the
from Jacksonville, where she I Mrs. J. A. White, of Columbus, Ga., Ib- -d]
The ladies extend most cordial invitation ,
a constitution which states that twenty -CO -
,
has been on a visit to her mother. j jis I spending the week with Mr. and I
I 1' to the entire membership of members: of the league shall constitute -
Mrs.'S. Belch at 1100
DeLaney street -- ---- -- -
Mrs. F. E. Burns arrived last night the church to of their
Mrs. White resided here ten accept hospitality. a quorum, be transferred to the "'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIII llt.
from Washington, D. C., on a visit to..; years by-laws. A motion to this effect was
i and is delighted well
her sister, Mrs. J. E. Janett at the 1 I; ago as as asi -
1I ]made and seconded, but action thereon -
I i tonished I at the growth of the city.
"Anchorage. I\ could taken' until the Do You Know
I I From here she goes to Aubuquerque, SPLENDID SHOWING BY )IAIT4 4 not be next

Mr. M. A. Van Duyne, of Winter]I I New Mexico, to spend the summer LAND PRESBYTERIANS ]meeting. .
Haven, who has spent the last few:j with her sister, Mrs. Morgan. Upon the recommendation of the
days in Orlando, left this afternoon: Rev. Dr. J. F. McKinnon preached executive board, article three of th I WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SPICES AND EXTRACTS
for his home. : Mayor and Mrs. E. F. Sperry with at Maitland Presbyterian church Sun- ]by-laws was change reducing th
ONION SALT BLACK PEPPER WHOLE
their ,
two house returned
I guests yes day morning, being the pastor, and I needful quorum for the executiv
Mr. R. 0. Compton leaves today for:
terday from visit to Fort
a Myers. heard fine from the committee from ten to five members
I a report treasurer I SAVOY, CURRY POWDER, RED PEPPER, THYME,
Palatka to attend the
meeting of the
This was the first day off that the
I Mr. C. H. Galloway. An increased This committee is formed by the officers -
Florida Horticultural society, which! mayor has taken since he assume of a third was reported for pastor's; I of the league and the chairmeof GINGER, WHITE PEPPER, MACE, ALLSPICE, CINA-

begins tonight I I office, and he enjoyed it thoroughly.Fort salary, and the benevolent causes I the various committees. Hereto MON SAGE CLOVES MUSTARD MARJORAM. j
Mrs. J. Wells, who has been visiting Myers is a nice little town, he had been liberally taken care of. Dr. :fore there have been twenty committees ,

her father, Senator J. E. Buxton, says, but in no way compares withOrlando. McKinnon preaches at Maitland twice but these have been condensedto
on Lucerne Circle, left yesterday for While in that city he met each month. ten, hence reducing the size of the WHITE ROSE EXTRACTS

J her home at St Paul, Minn. and talked with Dr. Godman, the missionary executive board by nearly half. PHOENIX BRAND ETRACTS

f Mrs. J. N. Carley, special agent for,!l I to the Seminoles. The missionary The ladies of the Presbyterian As ,the secretary who was electedat

National-Ben Franklin Fire Insurance gave the mayor an interesting church will give a supper to all its the annual meeting a month ago

company, is spending a few days herein account of the progress being church members over 16 years of aged < had declined the office, Mrs. James
the interest of his company.Mr. 1 made. by the Indians in farming another tonight, Tuesday, April 28 at 7 Magruder was unanimously elected to
-
THE
H. 0. Adams, the popular rep- useful pursuits. One Indian, o'clock. Through some error the time this position.The SANITARY GROCERY
resentative of the Bentley-Gray Dry said the missionary, had a herd of was posted for Thursday evening. resignation of the vicepresident

Goods company, Tampa, is in Orlando six hundred hogs, and others of the However, the supper will be Tuesdayat having been received, this vacancy CARUTHERS & GORE .

today in the interest of his firm. tribe are growing prosperous. They 7 p. m. was filled by the election of ,
know the value of money, and not Mrs. McEwan. Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woodruff left
yesterday for their home at Benton long ago a party of them who were AT TilE GRAND The new committees, with their respective

Harbor, Mich., after visiting with working for wages struck for two "The Earl of Essex" playing at the chairmen, having been so recently
their dollars a day against the one and a Grand today is a story dealing with appointed, no regular reportswere CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
daughter, Mrs. Frank B ard-
half that they had been receiving. one of the most dramatic chapters iEngland's n made from them. :
history-the adventurous, FUNERAL DESIGNS
man.Mr. Mrs. McEwan: chairman of the,
r and Mrs. W. J. Tallman, of intriguing days of Queen Elizabeth. t
BAPTIST LADIES ENJOY VISIT It is the touching tale of the wreck ways and means committee, reportedthe I .+. ilMftCtMimillHMMtllllllllilMMiBMIMIMIMPaint
Asbury Park, N. J., who have spent
ing of the queen's love for Essex ,
\ TO :MR. DOLIVE'S PLACE bya receipt of ?11.95 from a "benefit"
the season at 129 East Amelia ave scheming rival. Thrilling without w
nue, have departed from Orlando for I being sentimental, it will live in your given this committee at the Grand TRUCKERS, TAKE NOTICE
The ladies of the Baptist Ladies' memory. theater.As I
their home. il
summer
Aid Society enjoyed a visit to Mr. The acting is natural and the pho- Mrs. Charles Campbell, chairman Schnarr's No. 3 will kill and keep
Mr. F. M. O'Byrne, of thee Painter W. L. Dolive's tography superb. The picture was '
beautiful home yester of the Junior Civic League, expects the Hessian flies and other sucking'insects
Fertilizer company: who has been in day afternoon. A number of automobiles wonderful produced in photographic sunny Italy effects and some have i to be absent all summer, she S off the watermelons, canta-
Orlando for the 'past few days left I loupes, tomatoes and potatoes. Guar-
,
conveyed the ladies from the been obtained. The strong contrasts, sent the request that Mrs. Hoskins be anteed
last night for Palatka,. to attend the church to the the sudden flood of lights, the great to give satisfaction or money
Dolive estate. It was asked to serve as chairman until her refunded. J. Schnarr & Co., manu-
annual meeting of the Florida Horti- depth of shadow, stamp the
camera
the regular monthly meeting, and return. facturers, rear 51 West Church street,
man as an artist As brilliant
cultural a pho
society. Mrs. Dolive entertained them delight tographic study alone "The Earl of The names of two new members, Orlando, Fla. 4-24-d&w-tf
Mrs. Susan A. Wright, Miss Eliza- fully after the regular business ses- Essex" is well worth a visit. Mrs. Jennie B. Moody and Mrs T. H.
beth E. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Freder- sion. The next meeting will be held A special musical program has been Thompson, were given. Opening of Piano Studio April 15th.
ick Walker, and Miss Martha O'Bri the first arranged for this picture. For particulars address Mac Tall.
Monday in June at the homeof The president announced that per-
man Care Grand Theater, or Phone
t en, who have been spending sometime Mrs. M. 0. Overstreet.For Eat what you want. mission had been kindly granted by vr..ra No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m.
e at 105 America street, have Eat all you want Rev. H. R. Remsen for the next meet- 43lm.A .
returned to their home in Woodsford the news, read The Sentinel Take a postscript and forget it. ing of the league (on the last Mondayin

Station, Maine. Try the Sentinel Job Department For sale by all durggists.l-7-d&w-lyr May) to be held in the Chapter New York man has paid $50,000to

House adjoining the Episcopal church. get into a church choir, which

would lead to the belief that it is a
''MIMIIIMiMiMIMIMIMHtliitAt TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY that has stood better job than passing the contribu-

tion box.Harry.
LOST-On Church street, between the testA.
The Lucerne Oak Lodge and Arcade hotel, a key .
Today"Story ring with four small keys on it. Finder L. BECK LUMBER CO. Rollins has moved his barbershop
will please bring to the Arcade and I from East Pine street to Boone
receive reward. I
4-28-3t Kiln Dried Lumber and Build street, across from Hammond &

AFTER JUNE 1st lady employee ing Material. I Bunch company. 4262wEat
i wishes to share her comfortable
apartment with a congenial lady. Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. what want
Close in. Reasonable. References I you
Of little Italy," a one reel American. exchanged. Address P. 0. Box 4024281w II I Eat Take all a postscript you want and forget it.

For sale by all druggists.
WOOD, COAL AND ICEd 17dw.lyr

"Red the Mediator," a one reel Reliance. FOR terms SALE-Fine reasonable.horse.Address Price Box an 95, Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

Orlando, Fla. 4-28-lw Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf If your paper is not delivered

nromntiv.. don't fail to notifv.. the office.
"The Moonshiner's Daughter reel The new Shelby hotel at Winter -0
a one Majestic. Buy your garden seed from DeLa"
Garden is open for lease or rent Experienced ney & Abernethy. Just received a
party preferred. AddressJ. big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf i iI
L Dillard. I Good Wood $1.50
4284tTO

and two other good reels. SEED! SEED! SEED! I Better Wood $2 and $2.25
RENT Some very desirable mod- Garden and field seed. DeLaney &

426tfA ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf 'I, Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75


,PRACTICAL southeast Georgia OSTEOPATHylDR. This won't last long,

Admission First Floor: Adults 19 Cents. Children 5 Cents ,, orange farmer groves.desires Has position had much to attend expe- Stock up while you can.

rience manufacturing fertilizers. Best
Balcony: 5 Cents : of references. Address M. W. Hen- J. C .HOWELL Orlando Wood Yard
o derson, 603 W. Pine street, Orlando.
: 4-26-3t Hours, 10-12, 3-5. and appointment
Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. No extra charge for house treatment I041W. Pine St.

: T. S. Abernethy auto livery, phone Telephone connections B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietoriy'n.t..rr
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It C [D ( GIRL l A Hot Tub Bath at a By Claude L'EngleDont't

Moment's Notice MUNNIMAKERS ORLANDO O. W A ASll1NGTON I

t Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale F.r Get Stung-
Woman Whom Negro Attempted to of unlimited hot Rent, etc., for this column, Site for one day,
water at 60c for three days or f 1.00 for one week for May bees are good little in
=, Marry and Minister Testify Ttm.'K finger tips any time,day or 25 words or less.I Money must accompanythe sects
the Negro night and not a fire in the house- advertisements fer this column u so DRAWING ROOMSLEEPING
t Against no light to strike-nothing to turn on insertions will be made on credit. But they don't fly in June

or off except the faucet. Unless
you In the June primaryDontt -
: The affidavit of a negress who have seen or heard of the wonderful FOR SALE waste time on May CARVIA '

: swears that Conley has confessed to An elegant modern home; four bed-
rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- bees.
I, her the murder of Mary Phagan; the tricity throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all

affidavit of a Baptist minister that t4'R flowers. 509 East Central avenue. right for you in Congress;

,: .. he heard a negro identified as Conley 215tf. Some other man may be in '

admit woman the,murder who claims, and the to affidavit have seen ofa FOR SALE line with progressive De ATLANTIC L COAST T LINE[

stock and mocracy.
Frank at his desk in the factory after Nursery one, two, three
1$ four year old buds; Foster Early, Some other man may be :

. Mary Phagan went down the steps Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- able to think for the people

's : toward the street, were distinct sen- a ington Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle after election, OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.

sations sprung by the defense of Leo ? Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf other
y I But may be some manwon't.
M. Frank at the hearing of his extraordinary -
r FOR SALE-Ten acres of land one .
l motion for a new trial be- aI; t r.i acre in bearing orange grove;; six And may be you'll get

fore Judge Hill Friday morning, says 11 acres cleared; part of land suitablefor stung fooling with him. I Tuesffay J all ll Satuflays J

the Atlanta Journal of Saturday. .i i gardening and trucking; located You know that Claude I

Annie Maud Carter, of 881-2 West half mile from city limits on public
Ruud Instantaneous road. Bargain. Address M. C. 8., L'Engle is NOT a may be; .
Linden avenue, a negress recently Box 431. city. 3-10-tf You know that he .will
care :
-- -- FOR RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON
sentenced bY Judge nm to twenty Automatic Water Heateryou think and act for you,

'I years in the panitentiary for highway FOR SALE Because he is now in Con- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
will Pure smoked
robbery, but more recently granted a likely Georgia cane syrup; I W. D WHITE Depot Ticket Agent Telephone 49.
think our meat, in hams, shoulders and sides; gress doing this very thing. ,

. new trial and released on bond, claimsextrav- seed and feed corn; seed peanuts; When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.
swears that Conley during Christmas agant, yet we field peas, etc. At King's grocery
recommend and thing George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
store, 47 West Church street. "The ;
. week promised to tell her the truth this
guarantee Don't risk the best chance
about the crime if she would promiseto service, and wW Georgia Man," W. E. Powell. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.IliililililllliHMIIMiliMlililtr .
be glad to sub- 4-22-3t-eod that ever happened.

marry him, and on the promise she mit some the of names your of Claude L'Engle has been '.

swears he, admitted the murder, and friends who find NEW 1400-lb. HERRING-MARVIN- time-tried and firetested
this method of HAL \ SAFE for sale. Or will trade -
gave her many details, explaining the heating water in the fights for thepeople's
fer other property. See J. L. Deanat
the most
of the basement door and the econ-
opening Co. 418eod5tFOR
omical and reliable DeLaney Drug rights.He .
disappearance of the slain girl's yet devised. ==
is the
one sure thing
A postal mailed SALE-New five- ir
two-story, '
purse. today or a visitto room house, with bath. Modern in for you in this race for 1dre$300
The affidavit of the Carter our showroom 111\
woman, in
Congress the Fourth
will JIve you every way. Just off Lucerne Circle. DAILY EIETWEEN
used by the defense, was taken Thurs- complete detaila.ORLANDO. Good bargain to prompt buyer. District.He

day afternoon. Earlier in the day the Owner, phone 466, city. is there for one term, : BUffALO

' city detectives secured an affidavit' WATER AND 4-10-eod-lmo Keep him there for another '>. (LEVELAND

from her in which she admitted the LIGHT COMPANYGAS FOR SALE Vote for Claude L'Engle

:I' claim that she had made an effort to DEPARTMENTDon't Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week- first.

: secure a confession from the negro, ly, no interest. Take a chance second
I
but failed. Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12
.1' acres land, lake front. $1,250.
Rev. C. B. Ragsdale, of Kirkwood, 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- '
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Length
' pastor of the Plum Street Baptist lando. $10 per acre.
wait for every one in town to 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando. 500 feet;breadth 98 feet,6 inches 510 fUteroomt sad puion a rcoBnodatiiig< 1300 pumfrn -
church testifies in affidavit that .
an Crater in -&-larger in all prop.stion.-riche in all appoiotmmt.-tbu soy tuuoer oa
have Entrican, the painter, before $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. D1&Dd watm of the world. la service JUM 15th.
'the
Monday after tragedy April 26, you try. Am too busy to look you A. LEWTER. No. 1 Bargains Left Magnificent Steamers"SEEANDBEE.-of Erie"and"City of Buffalo" t I
1913, he went into an alley off Madi- up. Phone 636, and I will be on the 4-14-d&w-lm

son avenue, behind the Terminal ho- job. 1-20-tf The following has been offered for Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND hi to Dec.let '
6R Lave Buffalo '.00 P.IL LOT CWIandi ':00 P.)I.
FOR RENT
SALE-Eight
tel, and that two negroes came in the room sale: Arrive Ckvelasi 740A.M. Amve Buffalo 7JOA.il. .
furnished house. Will rent all or
Battera Standard Time
alley after he did. It was dark and POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR part of it, by the month or year. No. 1. 3 acres of good land, im. Comwenoni OerelaiM for Tst-io-&vToledojktroitud.npointoTMandSonthw.t.( ) Railroad

they couldn't see him, and he didn't Apply Mrs. M. McEwan, 105 Silliman proved. 6-room house (plastered), ticket reading between Boffal sad OrTt-Und art (....fortnuuporUlKmoa o'r Mewarn.
REPRESENTATIVE Ask your ticket agent for bck U via C.&B.Line. I'm*w for tii"-'tirm illiutratod booklet free.
see them, he testifies, but could tell street 4-20-3t just ever city line. Sale price $1,100
FOR SALE-Pen of White THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland 0.
Orping-
I hereby announce my candidacy for Itep- cash time
from their voices that the men talking ; or payments $1,200, $500
resentative from Orange county subject to tons, year old, Kellerstrass strain. I
were negroes. One of them, he the action of the Democratic primary to be 7 for $10. Inquire 207 Palmetto cash and monthly payments of $15
held June 2nd.
says, admitted killing a girl in the J. H. REESE. street. 4-22-3t per month.

pencil factory. FOR REPRESENTATIVEI No. 2. 28 acres, 2 miles oat, unimproved -

F R. L. Barber, now of Temple, Ga., a FOR SALE Mitchell roadster; rare ; good orange land; $25 per
. hereby announce my candidacy for Rep. bargain; recently completely overhauled acre, cash.
former member of Mr. Ragsdale'scongregation Your Business
resentative from Orange county, subject to CorrespondenceShould
and made good as new in ev-
swears he saw the min- the action of the Democratic primary to beheld No. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber,
first class
June Zni. ery part; guaranteed con-
3 miles
ister go in the alley and was waitingto S. S. GRIFFIN. dition; must be sold at once, even at out on proposed brick high-

speak to him. When the negroes FOR REPRESENTATIVE sacrifice. Come, or address, White way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared. be filed so that you can turn to
Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. This can be bought for $20 per acre, :
went into the alley, he walked over Yielding to what appears to be the desire -
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 I
r there. They out before the
came pas- of Orange county that one of the can
didates to be nominated for Representativein FOR SALE-White Indian Runner $150 for. Owner is North and wants I .
he and he
tor asserts
recognized one the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe duck eggs, from best American money. to furnish any style of files that you may
of them Jim I I
from the
as Conley. country precincts hereby announce
myself a candidate. ducks and imported prize winning No. 4. 2 homesteads for sale cheap.
The minister told him that one of A. B. NEWTON. English ducks; two dollars for twelve.W. If you are interested get particulars.No. I need, from a 5 cent wire hook up to an elab-

the negroes had confessed to killing K. Hale, Route 1, Orlando, Fla. I
MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 4-23-lw 5. I also have the cheapest GlobeWerA
; a girl in the factory, and he advised 3.4 lot : orate office outfit made by the -
acre with 3-room house in the i.
> him, because of the excitement, about i I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor FOR SALE-Or trade for city lots.
I. re-election to the office of Member of city of Orlando. in a white section. Co. or'Weis Manufacturing Co.
the murder, to make no statement. Board of Public Instruction Orange County, One horse, buggy, and harness. Price $375.If r a
frtm District No. 3, subject to the coming Price $125. Apply to M. .Isen, 601 W.
The third
: sensation the testi-
was primary. Very respectfully, Church street. 4-23-3t you want any property, city or See us about any kind of office fixturesor
mony of Mrs. Maud Bailey, supported WM. EDWARDS.
llwood.. Fla. country; want to rent, or have property -
;; by the statement of her mother, Mrs. FOR RENT to sell or rent, see me for goed necessities.
Mae Barrett FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor FOR RENT-Permanently, unfur- service.
Mrs. Bailey testifies she saw a girl re-electien to the office of Supervisor of nished, at South Lake and South I I
Registration for Orange County subject to W. S. BRANCH
answering Mary Phagan's descriptionleave the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd. streets, very nice lower flat; has five CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND ,

Frank's office on the day of the mi rooms and bath and all modern con-
FRANK H. WILLIAMS. veniences. Address C. Goesswein, BUSINESS EXCHANGE
tragedy between 12:10 and 12:20 Lake Davis. 4-16-tf The Arcade Book and Music StoreThere's
o'clock, and that the girl went down FOR SHERIFF I 19 W. Church St. Phone 338.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate! FOR RENT
the steps and Frank remained in his for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the,
Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. I Eight rooms, bath, hot water; buta _._
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office. She was waiting near the office FRANK GORDON. I step to everything; low rent 388 -

; door for her mother, who joined FOR SHERIFFI I West street. 4-22-3t tlilMlliMMMMtMOMMMMMIMMiiiillHIMIMilMIMIMtlillllMMMilMl MimMliiMillillMimMMMMIIIIIIMtllMMMMMnMMMMMtMMtMMMt*

her later, and Frank was still in his announce myself as a candidate for the I FOR RENT-Two office in
office of Sheriff of Orange County, Florida, spaces
" office when they left the factory, both subject to the Democratic primary. I am a our store at No. 9 W. Church street

; assert. Mrs. Mae Barrett has figuredin native of Orange county. In asking the votes' Come in and we will show you. Pierce I Show Here
of my fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge Electric Co. 3-29-tf a Style
the case as one of the people in the duties of the office without fearor
the favor to any nan for the upholding of the
factory the of the
on day
. tragedy, laws and the preservation of peace and good TO RENT-6 room house, furnished
but was not used as a witness at the order in the county.
or unfurnished, and rooms one dollar -
WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR per week up, sleeping or light
trial.When COUNTY COMMISSIONS in the Year
the affidavits had been read I am a candidate for the office of County : housekeeping.. 205 W. Pine. Every Day
Commissioner of Orange county from --
to the court, and allowed filed as I District 2. If elected I promise to serve the I
amendments to the motion, despite I people to the best of my ability, having resided MISCELLANEOUSWILL .
here a number of years, I am quali-
r the protests of Solicitor General Dor- fied to know the needs of the section and PAY $1.05 CASH for
Nancy
sey, Judge Ben H. Hill adjourned the the people. Respectfully Hall and Porto Rico yam potato Home makers will find a visit through our

hearing until next Friday that the A. C. STARBIRD slips, fifty to the bunch. Apopka

Apopka, Fla. Plant Co., Apopka, Fla. 4-24-61 We have here the
solicitor might have time to make his FOR COMMISSIONER big store an interesting treat.
J hereby announce fyrelf a candidate for
I counter showing on the new points. We insure life and loan
re-election as Commissioner from District No. your you
3, Orange county, Florida, subject to the money on real estate at 6 per cent most delightful of necessities for the furnishing
action of the Democratic primary to be held interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

ODDS AND ENDS June 2nd. 1914. Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
J. L. DILLARD. I
FOR COMMISSIONERI 3-25-d&wtf of the modern home.

When a man has a nag for a wife hereby announce myself a candidate for
First class
Brazing at
re-election as County Commissioner from a specialty
he can't be blamed for .letting her District No. 1 of Orange county subject to Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St
the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your 12-5-tf. We in furniture
work like a horse. support will be greatly appreciated. specialize high-grade at a .

M. 0. OVERSTREET.FOR SEED! SEED! SEED!

One of the important duties of the I I hereby COUNTY announce myself COMMISSIONERI as a candidatefor Garden and field seed. DeLaney & moderate price. We invite you to come in and

up to date stenographer is to coach County Commissioner, Orange County Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
District Four, subject to the action of the 1
the boss on the tango. Democratic primary, June 2nd. 1914. I will 1Rubber Stamps made to order at look over the display.

greatly appreciate your support. Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
i Yours truly.C. .
It is surprising how much better I J. SWEET. NEWS VALUE OF ADVERTISING
Pine Castle, Fla.
plain lemonade tastes to many people FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Readers of the Sentinel who makea
when it is named punch. PRICES RIGHT GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHTKincaid
I announce to the myself office as of a County candidate Commissioner for reelection practice of studying the advertis-

Orange County, District Five subjectto ing can testify to the remarkable
Probably by next Christmas Mexico the decision of the Democratic primary amount of interesting and reliable in-
; will be June. 2nd. 1914.
City permitted to know that
Respectfully, formation they acquire.It .
Torreon has been captured.An E. L BROWN
Ft Christmas Fla. is a form of education which

many readers follow quite uncon-
optimist is a who having FOR TAX ASSESSORI
person hereby announce my candidacy for the sciously-but none the less to their
been stung with a gold brick, office of Tax Assessor of Orange County sub- distinct & SnowdenORlANDO'S
advantage.A
ject to the action of the Democraite primary
it to the first
passes on pessimist he called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and period of fifteen minutes a day
meets. elected I pledge you my faithful service.
ARTHUR BUTT. devoted to reading of advertisementsis

as surely productive of results
1 In making a back yard garden it hereby FOR announce COUNTY uyself TREASURERI a candidate for' is the same amount of time devotedto as
is perfectly proper to first ask your I Treasurer of Orange County. subject to the i LOW PRICE !FURNITURE HOUSE
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1911. I reading Dr. Eliot's famous five feet
neighbor what special variety of seed J. H. TUCKER. I
of
books-and
perhaps the results
are
his chickens like the best.
I
I hereby FOR aanonnee TAX COLLECTOR myself as a candidate I more immediately practical and help- Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida i
for re-election to the office of Tax CoHettor : : ,
The Lake Eustis Canning company of Orange County subject to the Democratic ful.Not to take of
advantage adver-
primary to be held June 2nd, 1914 If reelected -
'
has been organized and will shortly i I pledge to you my faithful service tising is to neglect a plain duty to

c apply for articles of incorporation. i u I have endeavored to give W.in K. the MARTIN.past oneself.






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

$1.50 PER DAY. :MEALS 35c. t

;. '" 100 ROOMS J. MAGRUDER, Prop.


EVERY ROOM WOE BATH OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. ,

NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to
SUN A DAY MEALS 50 CENTS
-. $5.00PER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

Inquire at office for low weekly and monthly rates for the
summer. $20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH. ,

J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.

J. B. MAGRBDER, Pro,. Orlando, Ha.
OFFICE AT EMPIRE HOTEL TELEPHONE NO. 273
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MRS. ENSIGN CONTRIBUTES TO BIG BARGAIN INFURNISHED
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ORLANDO-INDIAN RIVER[ NIGNWAY

Hammond & Gore HOME THE MARKETI i

Sends Check to Help Along Movement
I Owner leaves for the north

to City Build to Coast Road From I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. May 15th and has instructedus Of Cleanliness Of Qualityt

to sacrifice the property. t

The list of subscriptions for the REAL VALUES LOW PRICES Located on Main street in FRESH AND SALT MEATS

Orlando share of the cost in buildingthe COMPARE high-class neigborhood. Lot FISH AND GAME
Orlando-Indian River highway is 77x225 feet. Nine large t

growing, and it begins to look as if rooms and bath, garage nnd Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
the matter of raising five hundred OUR FURNITUREWe servants house. The homeis
... dollars for that enterprise will be Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
furnished and
completely
t easy. provide the quality furniture that has long and pure. I
The subscriptions so far received been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the surrounded wilh beautiful
have been voluntary and those who standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It shade trees. Owner has occupied We inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
are most interested have not been wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make the property and received everything in the Meat Line.
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
called upon by the committee.A an income of$100 per R
this business and that much to
means any buyer.
letter was received yesterday by I month from furnishod rooms

Mr. Charles Lord, a member of the I for the past six: months. Reas- The PARLOR MARKET
soliciting committee, from Mrs. John I McNEHl & DAVIS BLOCK onable terms if
neeessary.
Edward Ensign, sending a check to i .
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increase the fund. The letter follows: Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla. This is a fine location for a H. M. Self & Co.I

"Interlachen," Lake Underhill, 'ml J I rooming house.Cooper .

Orlando, Florida. I PINE STREET
Mr. Charles Lord, Orlando, Fla. $ Atha
Dear Sir:-Enclosed please find a Phone No. 80
check, for $5 as my "free will gift" 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
to the Orlando-Indian River road
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fund.
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lando and all its tributaries. I
I have tried to contribute my"mite" I I ForSaleModern
Will Put the Reinsof j
in every way, since I first invested I .

here, to help Orlando. Have -
many blue ribbons and a few red --- Success in Your i:

ones, awarded me for exhibits at the Just arrived car load | 8-room :
Orlando fairs (Orange County fair), HandsHow
also a diploma for farm products for FORDS for immediate | House 2 doors :
fair of 1913. Was ill, and out of -
town this year, but sent a trio of delivery. I west of Wyom- : ? By furnishing you witha

Sicilian Buttercups (chickens) for Hotel. Bar-
ing :
which I received a blue ribbon. So Get yours nowF. perfect Fertilizer Let our representative ]

a you see my efforts have been appre- : gain. ;
call He will
ciated. G. RUSH, on you. give you a

Wishing you success in your enter 226 formula that will make and mature i
Phone
prise. I remain, L.
I A. Bentley :
Very sincerely, your fruit. ;

HELEN ENSIGN. ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEPLANTSPLANTSPLANTS j jMMMMMMHMMHHM ,,
April 25th, 1914. .
t'
The receipts of the Fort Pierce G :

postoffice for the fiscal year ending ft Soiltileril r FelhliliZei r Co
Tuesday, March 31st, totaled $10- I I
212.49, which insures city delivery of I pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy a
h Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato
mail, provided that the requirements plants. P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Cas- ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA.MtllMIIMIiiMMOMMIIIMItllllllttlllltllll ;
t of the postoffice department be complied tle, Fla. 4-2MOt
i with.-Fellsmere Tribune. I .
The store of the H. & W. B. Drew Who is your painter and decorator? -- -- -- -- -
company in Jacksonville was visited If you are satisfied keep the one you' Sentinel want advertising i serves The Sentinel is the newsiest and j
by robbers Sunday night. The safe, have No. 636.; if not, phone W. T. Entrican 1-20-tf,\the seeker and the offerer equally. I.best printed daily in Central Florida. 'j a I

which weighed twelve hundred 1
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broken into and $71 stolen. The steel 1
strong box of the safe, containing 1
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several hundred dollars, was intact.

Evangelist Ernest House, of Max- DIXIE LIMIld), DIXIE FLYER AND W. M. SLEMONS .1

vflle, has accepted the pastorate oi SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED '
the Christian church at Starke. .jj


Tampa will have free professional'I Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer. I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED New Goods Arriving DailyWe J

baseball during the summer monthsas ; Lv Orlando A. C. 1..12:31am 3:13pm I T Orlando. ........................ 3:13 pm ,
for"the r Jacksonville, A. C. L.... 6 HS am 'I:30 pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm Jj
attraction visitors
an a:8 I T Jacksonville. A. C. L... 9:3iam 8:25pm v Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
well as the home folks. v Wayeross A. C. L......11:50am 10S pm T Waycross. A. C. L. .............10:20 pmr
r Macon. G. S. & F....... 5:13pm (:Jam Macon G. S. t: F. .............. 3:46 am
r Atlanta. C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 'i' f5 ass r Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 7:12amr
Knoxville. L. &; N. ............12:19pm j
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r Chattanooga W. &; A. 12:18am 11:5hmr ..........
r Corbin. L. &; N. ...... J:16pm
Nashville N. C. & St. L. 4 SO am 4:30 pm r Louie uIe. L. t N. .............. 9:00pm j
THE CHAMPION MINUTE r Indianapolis. Via. L. ............ 1:50 am
Ar St. Louis LC.&L.&N. Z I Opm 720am
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PICTURE MACHINEWE ; Ar Lexington. L. A: N. ............ 6:50pm sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
Ar Hopkinsville L i; N........... 6:%1 pm Ar Cincinanti. L. &; N. ............. 8:50pm 1
OPERATE OR WE WILL Ar Evansville L. & N..... 98 am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. t L ..........12:20 pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
SELL YOU A MACHINE r Grand Rapids, G. R. .......
Ar Terr Haute, C. A E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am & L Z:45 pm 1
) Let us put your Photo on a button AL Chicago C. 4 E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland. Big four ............. 7I5am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
postal card or in a frame.
AGENTS FOR DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, On Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
Solid train composed of section drawing
ALLENS PORTABLE BATH Solid
train composed of
room sleeping can, observation campartment electric lighted Best place in the city to trade..
APARATUS, ETCWe
Pullman & Co.
can and dining car. between Jacksonville and drawing-room! sleeping ear and coaches :
sell the Dads Electric Medical Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and -I
Transformer, and give ar between Jacksonville and St Louia. Jacksonville. Louisville ana Indianapolis;
Free Demonstrations.WE I| DIXIE: FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
DO ALL KINDS OF 1 Solid train carrying electric lighted corn Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
artment observation sleepers, and eleetiie Jacksonville and Grand
PLATINGAnd Rapids on Mondays
Ighted section drawing-room sleepers. Fust- M. SLEMONSORANGE 1
W.
sell the apparatus, teach lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining car
ing ctstomers how to operate, I rves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and ini:inaatt.
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Also complete family darner.
AVENUE
I L. EWIKG. FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE Oft CALL ON 1e i
8 E CHURCH ST I W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Aftflt W. D. WHITE Depot Ticket Agent j i it'
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History of Orange County Camp Was

Given in Brief and Dr. Poulson

Made Address
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Memorial day was fittingly observedat :-'.
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the Lucerne theater Sunday after

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO noon, where Annie Coleman Chapter, :. .
U. D. C., had prepared a beautiful ;" .:
setting of flags of the Confederacyamid : ; :
If; greens and flowers for the f
ti THE TURNING POINT touching and impressive exercises. : ... : : .
The orator of the day, Rev. Dr :.. .'.. .. ---.-- t.
The turning point in more than one business Edw. T. Poulson, was introduced by ,I'W"i .
B. M. Robinson him 4
f Mr. a veteran
career has hinged on the possession of as little
self and a leading spirit of the camp's

as $100.More life so long as it was numerous L THAT FLAG
' than one successful business has been enough to be active and participatein
the reunions and other memorial .:. stands for the protection of life
launched on as little as $109. occasions. Mr. Robinson recited .

To save $100 is an easy task for anyone witha Briefly the history of the camp, stat :. IAIllhI and property of American Citizens

steady job and good health. Then why delay? ing that it was organized in Nevem everywhere !
ber, 1891, with thirty-two members,
L Make haste to accumulate your first hundred but had dwindled in that comparatively --' 'FIIIIIV and

dollars-it will be the turning point in your brief period to a membershipof rtiiiii the same Government protects

life for it will make easy the saving of the second Dr.six.Poulson drew in his address a 1: tjJ1I1 their finances when entrusted to

and other hundreds. START TODAY. thoughtful contrast between two .- to this "National" Bank, which is
great generals, whose memories the
world honored, Napoleon and Lee, : } under Government supervision ;:

stressing the idea that it wasn't ...
t deeds after all that composed the sum
J
total of man's life, but rather the motive -

behind the deed. Napoleon's genius .f :L.... ,, :
i as a general none would question,

but his was a selfish and ambitious : ; r .. .

i -, motive while guiding Lee's- c genius>nn__ in n. > :. ;
I the same line was an exalted and

i BAPTIST CHURCH HAS OVER MRS. HENDERSON'S LECTUREAT praiseworthy motive. He paid a beau .. .'. .
, FLOW CROWD THE FAVORITE tiful tribute the "
to South's chieftain.Mr.
t Walter Drennen sang beautifully -
The Baptist church was filled to its Sunday afternoon :Mrs. :M. W. Hen "Jesus Is Calling' and the 0 q Aw
F capacity at both services Sunday, especially I derson gave an illustrated lecture at quartette at the close of the services, : ; !) 1W1 O't.
,{ at the evening service, when I at the Favorite theater, on "The "Tenting on the Old Camp Ground," ;
chairs had to be placed in the aislesto : Traffic in Souls. The lecture was illustrated was effectively rendered by Mrs.War L'

take care of the overflow crowd. by many pictures that :Mrs. low, Mrs. Cobb, Mr. Curry and Mr. .' .. .. -- ,. .
Although it had been quite a strenuous I.Henderson has taken in connection Drennen. ; :.:;': :..) :.::':(::: ':' :-: ;'... .!- : :.,.:>.:: :.;..::. :..: .

day with Dr. Poulson, he having I with her work. The audience was When the theater services were
t I preached to his congregation at the small because the Confederate memorial concluded the crowd repaired to the ,. -
morning service and at the memorial I exercises were held at the same cemetery, where the graves of the soldiers UNCLAIMED LETTERS J. D.; Powell, Merritt; Robbins, A. J.; Mrs. Kine; Monger, Mrs. Hattie;
service held at the Lucerne theater: time, but those present were very en were decorated, according to the Rodgers, J. S.: Robbillard, William; i i Peck, Elsie G.; Randel, Mrs. Estella;
I I
Louise Snow Miss
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# in the afternoon, he showed no signsof I thusiastic. Mrs. Henderson has had I beautiful custom which was estab-i List of letters remaining uncalled Sledge, Robert L.; Sabbings, Walter; I I Simpson Thorndyke, ;Miss Wylena Margaret Walke/
I Ii for in the Orlando, Florida, postofficefor Smith, Will Willey, Rex Woods, I ; ;
fatigue and delivered one of his a tent erected at the corner of Church lished shortly after the war betweenthe ; ; : Miss Margaret; White, Mrs. Ruth;
the week ending April 25th, 1914. Richard; Wilson, P. W.; Wins,
best sermons, using as a text, "Yea,i and Hughey streets, and tonight the states.C. When calling for same please say sie; Walters, W. T.; Wood, Ielis-1 Wendell, Irma B.; Deldth, Miss Din-
kie White, Mrs. A. B. William.spMrs.
though I walk through the valley of : first meeting will be held. The pub- I, "advertised. White, A.; Walker, William. ;. Bell. ;
the shadow of ,death I will fear no lic is cordially invited to be present. W. Field and family wish to express W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. Women's List-Arrington, Mrs. Lu-
evil, for Thou art with me." At the their thanks and appreciationto Men's.List-Amoto, Guissippe; Godwin lie; Burns, Miss Lizzie; Borrnans, Up to date painting, papering, etc,
J. L.; Bright, J. B.; Ballard, Miss Rosie; Baker, Mrs. Fentress;
,close of the service the ordinance of The citizens of Limona are highly Mr. and Mrs. Everett (their neigh Louis E.; Ball, Richard ((2)); Bryan, Brook, Addie; Clarence, Mrs.; Cobb, is the That's kind you want. Where 636. to W.getit T.
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baptism was administered to several pleased over the improved railway bors) and to Chief Dean and his staff N. C.; Bryant, Sann; Ball, Ira L.; Mrs. T. A.; Crouch, Mrs. R. T.; Car Entrican. easy, phone 1-20-tf
members received during the revival for their kindness and prompt servicein Burnett, W. T.; Butler, Dan D. B.; mine, Mrs. R. A.; Dukes, Mitlian; !
and mail service which they are now Carroll, James; Calloway, Will; Dowd, Miss Winnie; Fuller, Mrs. Cora f
services which closed the fire which threatened
Sunday night. enjoying. their Crout, George W.; Cantwell, Herbert I A.; Green, Mrs. Dose; Grines, Mrs. i i Sentinel want advertising brings
; There were twenty accessions, twelve -- lives and home early Sunday morn IL; Fisher, E. E.; Gedge, S. L.; Green,j[ Bessie; Handry, Mrs. Mabel; Hampton I the probable buyers to :see your prop- *
t,. by profession and eight by letter. ceived rapidly and the Baptist people ing. : Phillip; Gregory, Willie; Humphries,'i Mrs. Minnie; Hampton, Miss erty.
j Payments on the subscriptions toy i hope to begin work on their new F. C.; Huggins, Charlie; Jefferson,, Daisy; Hall, Mrs. Dessie; Jones, Mrs.
Walter; Lee, J.; Moore, Ralph C.; S Mary L; Jones, Mrs. H. C.; Kelley,
the new church fund are being re- church at an early date. Subscribe for the Sentinel. Martin, W. C.; Mellor, G. J.; Oakes,' Mrs. D. A.; Lake, Mrs. C. IL; Moose, Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf

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a Thursday, Friday and SaturdayYou


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.

!1 SHIRT WAISTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION


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

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

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Copenhagen, Taupe and navy messaline, Beautiful heavy white voile, embroideried
White Wash Silk Waists, Low neck, Raglan
sleeves, Double ruffle down front. beautiful quality, low flat collar, soft Sailor collar, long sleeves, scolloped II
Plain Voiles Embroideried trimmed
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Regular Price $2.50 shadow lace feschue, long sleeves. Regular Price $-1.50 ;
Regular Price $7.00. Rice corded Raglan sleeus.

G Sale Price, $1.98Heavy Sale Price, $4.48 Sale $3.29Dainty Regular Price $1.25

i soft batiste, long sleeves, high
White Wash India Silk, Raglan All black messaline and taffetas, long neck, prettily trimmed with fine tucks Sale Price, 79c
Sleeves, set in with dainty lace pearl- sleeves, drop shoulders, soft low collar, and Val lace.
.' ing cuffs and down front trimmed with Plain tailored FRENCH COLLAR AND Regular Price $2.50.
i soft one inch ruffle. Very Pretty. CUFFS. Fine for traveling.
I Regular Price $7.50. Regular Prices $-1.75, 5.00, $6.00 Sale Price 1.69
Pink and light blue Voile, self embroidered

I j' Sale Price $4.48 Sale Price. $3.89 voile ruffle. Quite the fad with
I Embroidered Voile and Crepe, Raglan
'A> Beautiful heavy quality white Crepe de Sleeves and drop shoulders, Plaited White Skirts.
Fancy Silk Waist, Drop Shoulders, lowe Chine. Raglan sleeves, low neck, soft, Voile ruffle around neck and down Regular Price $1.25
: neck. Regular Price $1.95. fluffy ruffle around neck and down front, also sailor collar, long and short a
cuffs, fine tucks, back and front. front. sleeves. Sale Price, 79c i i h
: Regular Price $1.95 Regular: Price $8.00 Regular Price $1.50

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

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