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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 29, 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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1E MORNING SENTINEL



ER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS
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in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.

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k l < VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29,1914. NUMBER 67.

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UP SUCH AN ORDI- TO GIVE HELP TO ELECTION IS HELD

Orlando Opera House Will Be Crowded NANCE BEN LEIGH Young People's Societies of Three

1 REC YES ORDERS fROM WASHINGTON to Hear Florida's Senior Sen Churches Form Organization at PEACE[ [ AGENTS[ MM R ON PlANS

d'WHICH ator on Political Issues SIGNS AND POLES ARE TO COME DOWN MAYOR SPERRY WRITES W. J. BRYAN Empire Hotel BanquetMr. 1,
TO DIS-
HE REFUSES
)1EETING
WILL BE HELD TODAYAT
t CLOSE AND HOLDS A LONG Senator Duncan U. Fletcher will George Phillips was elected \VHICH
J CONFERENCE WITH ADMIRAL speak at the Orlando opera house tonight DECISIVE STEP TAKEN BY COUNCIL BELIEVED CLEAR RECORD IN president of the Triangle Society at PROPOSALS OF ALL

THE at 8 o'clock, and though the notice TO PROMOTE "CITYBEAUTIFUL" PLACES OF HIS FORMER a banquet meld at the Empire hotel PARTIES TO PACT WILL HAVE
FLETCHER REGARDING of the speaking is brief it is believed last DUE CONSIDERATION BY TIlE
IDEA IN REMOVING RESIDENCE WILL BE OF evening.
i SITUATIONVera to be sufficient to insure the Covers for hundred laid MEDIATORS
UNSIGHTLY SERVICE IN SECURING one were ,
senior senator a large audience. and all places were filled. The society -
OBSTRUCTIONS
Cruz, April 28.-(Special.)- Telegrams were received in RELEASE is composed of the young peo-
Orlan-I I Washington, April 28.-(Special.)
3 News has reached here that forty- do yesterday by a number of ple's societies of the Baptist, Presbyterian -The proposals of Huerta and "the
eight Americans have been arrestedby ator's personal friends asking if it A far reaching and revolutionarymove Mayor E. F. Sperry yesterday was and Methodist churches, theB. United States, with suggestions from
the federals at Cordoba, making a would be convenient for him to speak to promote the "City Beautiful" called upon to exert his influence in Y. P. U., the Christian Endeavor, Carranza' and
Zapata, will be laid be'fore
,total of 84 now in prison there. I here in the evening following his appearance idea in removing unsightly obstruc- behalf of Ben R. Leigh, a former and the Epworth League. Dagama of Brazil, Naon of the-
An unconfirmed report says that at Kissimmee in the after- tions from the streets was intro- Orlando resident, who is being held The meeting was marked by a fine Argentine
Republic, and Suarez of
six t>f the Americans imprisoned there noon. Arrangements for the speak- duced in council yesterday afternoonby in jail at La Ceiba, Honduras, on spirit of enthusiasm and good fellowship Chile, the
peace mediators, at a meeting
have ,been taken out and killed. Admiral ing were immediately made by Cot Councilman S. A. Johnson, whenhe charge of incendiarism. and after the excellent menu tomorrow morning. -

17 Fletcher and Consul Canada T. J. Watkins, Mr. C. E. Howard, and submitted a proposition to have Early in March the town of La was enjoyed there were a number of
have taken steps to have this report others. all overhead signs and posts removed Ceiba was visited by a disastrous fire speeches; interspersd with music. Their first step towards the settle-
':; investigated. I Senator Fletcher is expected to ar and to have all telephone and which destroyed more than a million Jr. James Burden was toastmaster, ment of the crisis, it was learned today

' General Funston came ashore today rive in the afternoon by auto from light wires put underground.The dollars worth of property. Leigh was and filled that position admirably.The was an attempted arrangementof
armed truce, with strict mainte-
and immediately had a long conference Kissimmee, and will have an opportunity councilman's move was made arrested and thrown in jail March 8, program follows:
} with Admiral Fletcher. It was to meet his many friends and only in the form of a proposal for charged with the crime of causingthe Piano and cello duet, Stewart and nance of the status quo.

arranged that the troops of the fifth supporters in Orlando prior to his consideration, which was referred to | fire, and has remained there ever :Miss Gould. This proposal was favorably re-

brigade should gradually replace the ;I appearance on the platform in the the city attorney, with a request to since. Advices from that place including The Organization, Eugene Reed. garded by President Wilson and will

marines and bluejackets, the infantrymen evening.The draw an ordinance covering its various -| a letter from Robt. R. Reynolds Overture, Methodist Baraca Class form the basis for further negotia-.
features. I American vice consul in ti ons.
taking their positions along senator has made an enviable chargeat orchestra.
j; the outer lines as fast as they came i i record, having served on several special Councilman Johnson's proposition La Ceiba, to Mayor Sperry, stated Value of Co-operation, Rev. Edw.T. The proposals of the United States,
:t. ashore. j committees besides holding position embraces substantially the following that there was a stern public sentiment Poulson. as outlined here tonight, will include

Landing of troops was begun under on some of the most important points: That all overhead signs be against Leigh and it wasclaimed Vocal solo, Miss Martha Weeks. the surrender of the government ,by
a blazing sun of the hottest day experienced -"( standing committees of' the senate removed from the streets in the fire | [ by the prosecutor that he had A Toast, George Dolive. luerta, with no withdrawal of military -
.'* since the occupation of His work as president of the Southern limits; that all posts, poles, stand a bad record in Key West, Miami,, Election of organization officers. forces of the United States from

'R Vera Cruz. Three hundred mules I Commercial Congress for several I ards, etc., be ordered removed from Orlando and Jacksonville, where he Vocal solo, Miss Eliza Wright; violin Mexico until after an election is held.

' t and horses from the Kilpatrick first'years has given that body an influ- the sidewalks, and that no adv rtis- had formerly lived. The vice consul obligato, Frank Allen; piano, Miss It is expected that Huerta Kilt,
' ; were Iput ashore. I j ence and a standing which it would ing of any kind be allowed over or on said; in his letter that if a clear record Roney. meet the demand that he abdicate by

The. news of mediation has been received probably not have attained if he had the sidewalks except upon the build in these places could be shown Benediction, Rev. J. E. Wray. suggesting the delegation of his power
.;'t I ing that within a certain that it would undoubtedly be of great to a man of his own choosing.
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, here and caused great ,uncertainty .not I accepted the position and workedfaithfully proper I
"I General Funston, upon landing -1 for the advancement of the period all telephone, telegraph, elec help to Leigh, and would probably result The agents of Argentine, Brazil,
: today, received orders from material interests of the South tric light and other posts and polesbe in, securing for him a speedy R OUTE[ MAPPED OUT f FOR BI(G Chile and Great Britain are said to be
ordered removed from the streetswithin trial. He said that an attempt was already at work to effect the
I Washington, the nature of which he through its agencies, in addition this o< means
: declined to divulge. lIe says his pres1 1 duties as a member of the sen the fire limits; that within a being made by the prosecutor to get BOOSTER[ TRIP TO MIAMI of running the government provided

';i! ent force is not large enough to enable ate. certain time all wires be ordered un a postponement for six months Huerta surrenders, while Secretary '

p: him to do more than occupy! Senator Fletcher will give an account der ground within the fire limits. Leigh is confined in jail, which is represented Bryan is actively working to bring
'iiVera Cruz. He doesn't know whether.t < of his stewardship tonight,-and Robertson to Take Booster Trip to be unsanitary and uncomfortable Board of Trade Committee Meets and the Villa government into line.

.. more troops are coming, but infers; 1 the voters of this section would do The council named City Commissioner in the extreme, and his broth- Plans Are Made for Auto Coincident with the conference of
';-' that there will be no advance to Mexico well to hear him. H. Clark Robertson as the official i- er, Sam Leigh, connected with the Excursion the mediators, President Wilson and

.,e City at present I I I representative of the city on the Groover-Stewart Drug company, of the cabinet met in regular session,

\ The American flag was raised overthe ATTORNEY C. P. DICKINSON 12 booster trip to move from Orlandoby Jacksonville, requests Mayor Sperry the subject of absorbing interest being
4 famous old Mexican fort of San i RACE FOR LEGISLATURE auto train to Miami on Monday, and others in Orlando to do what they Plans for the big booster auto tripto j the Mexican situation with peace
; Juan de Ulloa today and tonight the May 18. This official approval of can to deliver his brother from the be run from Orlando to Miami i, proposals as the particular matter

.' army takes over the entire administration Attorney C. P. Dickinson the Miami trip is an unexpected boostfor conditions which he is now suffering starting from this city Monday, lay under consideration. Ambassador Da
f of the town. in this issue of the Sentinel announce for it, and the appointment of Commissioner Affidavits were made yesterday by; 18, were discussed at a meeting of Gama, of Brazil, sought to confer
from Orange representative Robertson will be popular.He Mr. L Wichtendahl, clerk of the crim the Board of Trade committee las with the secretary of state but Mr.
I county. Mr. '
Dickinson is well known in the has the necessary personal pulchritude 1final[ court, Dr. J. N. McElroy, who night Bryan, being at the cabinet meeting,
countyand to the was Leigh's employer for two Those who have signed up with the the Brazilian ambassador
.f ORANGE[ COUNTY S SCHOOLS .HAR[ | has many points in his favor, and uphold dignity and rearsfrom I informed
will undoubtedly make a strong handsome appearance of the "City 1895, and from Mayor Sperry, committee to compose the party, taking -! Robert Lansing, counsellor of the department -
TAlKS ON TOMATO ClUB WORK I i: He immediately qualified and is race in I Beautiful." certifying to Leigh's good character i their families with them, an that General Huerta has
I the running from the start The other Appropriation for Band Discontinued and behavior while in this city. I Messrs. H. Clark Robertson, M. 0 given assurances that he would pro
---- I|I candidates in the order of their! Action was taken discontinuing the Aside from this Mayor Sperry directed i- Overstreet, T. W. Mathews, J. P. Holbrook tect Americans in departing from
a letter to of Stat V. W. Estes, J. M. Cook, GrayRush
Miss Harris Gave Demonstration at t announcement are J. H. Reese, S. S. appropriation of fifty dollars a month Secretary ; Mexico.
Zellwood and Another Talk at Griffin and A. B. Newton. Other for the Orlando Concert Band. This William J. Bryan, forwarding all papers Arthur Butt, George C. Keller When members of, the cabinet
candidates who qualified order takes effect May 1. The band to him, and asking him to exercise and Mrs. D. C. Thompson. reached the White House at 11 o'clockto
yesterdawere
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.' Apopka High School M. 0. Overstreet for county has been receiving this appropriationfrom his good offices in behalf of the Mr. Cook was elected captain to enter upon the serious deliberations -

; commissioner, and Oscar Tanner, of the city every month for nearlya young man. the excursion, and will leave today togo confronting them, all of them
Miss Agnes Ellen Harris, of the Fish, for member of the school boar year, and in addition has over the route and arrange for appeared more cheerful than they had
Florida State College for Women,and subscription from the merchants. edHUNDREDS hotel accommodations and other preliminaries been for many days and several expressed -
E ; Mr. C. K. McQuarrie, of the University BASEBALL RESULTS Uniform White Way Desired H [ Of MINERS[ BURT IO[ for the comfort and convenience hope that something tangible

r at Gainesville, in charge of the The offer of Mr. W. W. Wright, of the party. It is desirable would come from the proposals to
y; tomato and corn club work in Florida, National the seed man, who conducts a storeat FROM f T TERRIFIC[ [EXPLOSION for the committee to know at one mediate the dispute. i ito

addressed the schools at Zellwood and League 206 South Orange avenue, to erecta if there are others who intend No new orders were issued Jr m j
sot I Boston 1, New York 3.
Apopka yesterday. Present al white way lamp post to carry five make the trip. They are asked to the navy or war departments, but .
were Mr. Charles H. Baker, county Brooklyn-Philadelphia; rain. light globes and donate same to t heWest Virginia Coal Fields Scene of report to Mr. V. W. Estes by noon today there was enthusiastic interest among :
'
Cincinnati 6, St Louis 1.
demonstration agent for Orange county 1 I city was declined. The action declining Another Fearful Disaster or to any member of the com department heads over the arrival at
and Dr. J. F. McKinnon, county Chicago 2, Pittsburg 5. the mjttee of Vera Cruz of the
generous offer was based Killing Many Men composed Col. J. N. Brad transports bearing
superintendent of public instruction. American League upon the action of council taken sometime shaw, Arthur Butt, J. P. Holbrook, the fifth army brigade under Brigadier ; '

Miss Harris gave a demonstrationof New York-Boston; rain. ago that a uniform lamp post Bluefield, W. Va., April Gray Rush, V. W. Estes, Clark Robertson General Funston.
t the canning done by the schoolgirls Detroit 4, Chicago 1. should be adopted and that no other cial.)-With a thunderous 28.Spe detonation( and John Cook. Secretary Garrison insisted early into j d

with an outfit which is especially St. Louis-Cleveland; rain should be permitted. Bids for the which made the hills quiver and )Ir. Gray Rush was appointed the day that the mediation proposals

constructed for this character of I Philadelphia 2, Washington 1. concrete posts were received yesterday the valley folk panic stricken from sent provide banners for the cars under could not affect the orders to General
:
work, and aroused the interest ofi I Federal League and referred to Commissioner their homes, two mines of the New the direction of the Board of Trade. Funston. 1
those who witnessed it, including a I Chicago 5, Baltimore 1. Johnson with power to act. The River Collieries here blew The route selected by the committeewill General Funston's instructions were ;
company
.,.'\. large number of patrons of the school. St. Louis-Buffalo; rain. posts are to be made after a design up this afternoon, burying 248 miners include the following towns: to land immediately upon arrival and j
The meeting at Zellwood was followed Kansas City 0, Brooklyn 3. and specifications furnished by City ,under tons of tangled wreckage Sanford, DeLand, Daytona, Fort Orange assume supreme command of the land i!
by one of similar import at the New Smyrna, Oak Hill, Titus- forces.
Engineer
k Indianapolis 8, Pittsburg 7. Ramsey some time ago. 550 feet under ground.
"\. :. Apopka high school. Reward for Swan Disturbers Out of seventy-one ville, Cocoa, Eau Gallie, Melbourne, Rear Admiral Fletcher, who has ;
who
l, Dr. McKinnon and Mr. Baker are Southern League Councilman Johnson men wen Sebastian, Fort Pierce, West Palm been
offered a resolution buried in one shaft directing operations up to this
Atlanta 1, Memphis 7. sixty have betaken n ]
earnestly interested with this phase; that the Beach, Miami time, will therefore
city authorize a reward out alive and eleven dead. return to his
,4, of agriculture which is being introduced Chattanooga 4, Nashville 0. of ten dollars to be given for Of 174 known to have been are It is expected that some of the flagship, the Florida, withdrawing
Mobile 5 in the
Birmingham 3.
1; in the schools, and while no New Orleans 6, evidence to convict any one of depredations other, not one has been rescued. towns along the route will invite the also all of the bluejackets. That part !1
I organization was formed yesterday, Montgomery 5. upon city property, or for moFlames and smoke are belching i party to spend a while and view their of the marine force now ashore at

Miss Harris stating that it was impossible South Atlantic Leaguetake lesting the swans. Frequent complaints from the crevices of the crumbled. show places, and it is known that the Vera Cruz, however, have been detached a 1
at this time for her to : Charleston 10-3, Augusta 7-0. have been Miami Board of Trade is from
I received lately that shaft and although all hope of savingthe preparing to the navy and now becomes
:1 on any more counties, it is likely that Savannah 4, Jacksonville 3. the swans on the various lakes have buried men has not been abandoned give the party a royal welcome. The part of General Funston's com j

1 her visit will lead to the developmentof Columbia 7, Macon 5. been badly treated by boys and others it seems a hopeless undertak newspapers of that city have hailed mand. General Funston also will take 1
!;i the work in this county. Albany 15, Columbus 0. I who throw missiles at them and even ing. Colliers from miles around the announcement of the trip with up the work undertaken by Admiral :
; Miss are .1
Harris spent last night in Orlando set dogs upon them.first risking their lives in an effort to great cordiality and the entertainment Fletcher in directing the administration -
x the guest of the San Juan, and I Senator Fletcher will make the Tax Certificates Cancelled snuff out the flames with earth and committee of the board has of governmental affairs in Vera
will leave today for Crescent City, political speech of the campaign in By order of council ten tax certificates water. planned an escort of honor to meet Cruz. J

where she has a thriving. club in Orlando, appearing at the Orlando on lots belonging to Mr. C. E. The cause of the explosion has not the party well out on the road and The envoys were in continuous ses

progress. I opera house tonight. Don't fail to Garrett were cancelled, the city at- been ascertained and perhaps pilot the visitors into the city. sion well after noon and no further S
hear him. torney having advised that the said never be known. may The plans have many details that move in the formal negotiations had I
a Here you are. This ;eek, 8 packs property was foreclosed by him on haven't yet been worked out, but it i is been made public. Ambassador Riano
of (square) toilet paper [for 25 cents Hear Senator Fletcher at Orlando subsequent certificates and the old I pearing to be liens against the title to be one of the notable events in the at the Spanish embassy was awaiting ,

Curtis & O'Neal, next stoffice. opera house tonight. certificates having no value yet ap- of the property in question. state's motoring annals. (Continued from page 4)



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' .: I instance, may be such, in a given State College for Women.An .

" I county, as to render necessary unit _. _
ed and official I believe it - ----
Calls Attention of County Committees I support. additional $8,000 is still needed
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to the Necessity of Committeemen I HMMMMMMMIMIMI'' MMM6Orlando >
committees to assist the candidatesin in Jacksonville on the 6th, 7th and
- Qualifying Soon I providing meetings for the public 8th of next month, but it is thoughtthat i

discussion of issues always .arising ina the required fund will be on hand Bank & Trust Co
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States Senator N. P. Brown calls attention --- Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
governors, in recent years, to call
, to several important facts ,
upon committees for recommendation -
relative ,to the election of the members
where vacancies have occurred. DOLLARSSAVED RESOURCESReal
of the state, congressional and
If that should obtain hereafter -I
: county executive committeees and also I' policy Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37
it is in the interest tha
calls attention to the fact that of people Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14
f. there is not much time before it is to have reliable men on the various Overdrafts . . . . . : . 1,225.23

necessary for the candidates to qualify executive committees. EVERY TIME YOU USE Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
I
in order to get upon the ticket, "4. The primary act requires the THE Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02 '
i I nomination of officers to be elected IMPROVED
May 2, being the time limit for state
and congressional committeemen and by the people, but it leaves discretionary $904,906.09

May 12 being for county committee- with the state executive LIABILITIES
I committee the selection of national I THE FREE
Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
men.The committeemen, delegates to national
., letter of Senator Bryan is as I I Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None
: conventions, and direct nomination of
follows: Bills payable . . . . . . . None
"The election of members of the:president and vice president, and SEWING MACHINE

state, congressional and county execu-1 so leaves to the discretion of al-'I Deposits . . . . . .t. . 770,793.72 <
State the question whether state officers t$90J,906.09
tive committees is provided :- Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
< Section 7 of the primary election law I appointed by the governor shall :
. of 1913, and is of so much importancethat be nominated. Judges of the circuit r'a.
: e I trust that the papers of the court, criminal courts of record, state .

; i state will point out that it is very attorneys, county solicitors, and per-
" desirable from a party standpoint, haps, other officials of importancewill Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

? that members be elected at the June be nominated or not, in primary Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770, 3.72 '
:- election. elections in the discretion of the state '

"The state committee is required to 'executive committee. .Y 0.t Increase ia 37 days . . . . 121,308,81

be made up of one committeeman from I "Surely these matters are of great 1 Deposits Dec 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

each county, the congressional committee importance to the people and members -I : Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
COME
TOMORROW AND
of these committees wil render
of one member from each
; and the county committee of ones valuable service to their party and SEE THIS 'VONDERFULMACHINE Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34 '

county in the congressional district, to the state, congressional districtsand DEMON- .t .
Increase of of million in in 3 months.
member from each election precinct or counties as welL STRATEDBy quarter a deposits
district Of course these are largely "The fact that the holding of the Seeing it only can you realize The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
election the the how superior it is to any Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
< honorary positions, but not to the fixing of date, and other machine at
you can buy
extent suggested by some of the pa the paying of expenses is otherwise any price. friends and customers for making such a statement pos .

',; pers. It is true that the election provided for ought to be a reliefto SEE THE MANY SPECIAL sible.

will not hereafter be held by the'committees the executive committeemen, and FEATURESThe ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK

but, aside from this, they the fact that hereafter, they will onlybe Rotoscillo Movement, the MMIMMIMOIMMMfMHIIMMilUMMHIIHIMIMli
have all the powers heretofore en called upon to shape the larger eight sets of ball bearings, au-

?- joyed. Good men will be required I policies of their party will,* I believe, matic tomatic tension locking release drawers, ,shuttle auto-

upon These committees as much as if the matter is understood, attract, ejector, head latch, thread con NOTICE I
ever, and for the following reasons: rather than repel men from service troller, etc., as well as the rotary Dr. BucKmaster, WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
_ "1. In the first place, Section 16 upon the committees. spool pin, self-threading Change of Schedule Clyde St. AND DO ALL KINDS oV .
shuttle, French Johns River Steamers
: new leg design
of the act enobles the state com "There is not much time before it OPTICAL REPAIRING *
and other improvements all its Until further notice the steamersof Osteopathic Physician
. mittee to declare the terms and conditions is necessary for a candidate to qualify own.
this line will leave Sanford at
upon which voters may be in order to get upon the ticket Best of all the Free is guaranteed 11:30 o'clock 132 Orange Avenue
a. m.
" members of any political party. This Condidates for state and congressional for life. \

i is a specially important provision for committeemen must qualify by And the FREE Costs less J.N. B.M.CALDER TUPPER, Agent Sopt Next door to People's Bank, .

: the Democratic party in view of the May 2, and candidates for county Than any other Good ma up-stalrs. Acute and chronic ,
Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914.If .
race problem. committeemen, by May 12. chine. diseases treatedTelephone
"2. These committees are author- Yours very truly, I you want yow bicycle fixed in :
ized to levy assessments upon candidates N. P. BRYAN. : a hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578. DR. L: H. RAMSDELL .
I II Shop. 12-5-tf.
THE YOWELL-
of not exceeding 2 per cent for I OPTOMETRIST 1

the purpose of meeting legitimate par- Since that old embalmed beef jokeis DUCKWORTH CO. Sentinel want advertising shortens, Put money in thy purse by advertising (Sacces* r to Dr o. P. LWu)
and maintaining sixteen years old, what's the Dealers in the Sentinel
r ty expenses party army cheapens and simplifies any real estate -
organizations. This, also, is a very gcing to find to kick about this time? -nDhIc.... Sentinel "wants" fill Jour wants ORLANIX FLOitIDAt

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FORT GATLIN l (From the Gainesville Sun) To spend your valuable time asking

A girls' canning club has been organized your neighbors and friends to look

It seems to one appropriate on in Taylor county with twelve up a house or rooms for you when
SUMMER
CAFE
such an occasion as this that we turn members. you can get the most information and
r back a few pages: in the book of tune
valuable selections from the columns
.
and pay a tribute to some of the
early settlers of this immediate section The Wilson-Chase company is to of the Morning Sentinel? .

and the work done by them. erect a modern five story brick block .
1 During the Seminole Indian war in Open from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
on Central avenue in St. Petersburg
'4 the years 1835 to 1838, the govern- MMIIMMMMlliillttttl
ment established four forts in the territory this summer.
which, in the organization of
the state, became Orange County, a G Strict orders to the members of the For SaleI
4' region extending from Astor on the
St. John's river on the north to Lake Uneeda BiscuitA police department in Tampa to keepall Announcement is hereby made by the Orlando Hotel
Okeechobee on the south,a region em- boys out of saloons in that city have the following |

bracing a large portion of the pres- crisp, clean, nutri- have been issued by Chief of PoliceT. properties which I offerat I Co., to the patrons of the Orlando cafe and all others,
ent county of Lake and all of Sem- tious food. For S. Woodward.The .
inole, Orange and Osceola. One of ATTRACTIVE PRICES singular and in crowds, that on and after
these was Fort Mellin, located on the everybodyevery-
south shore of Lake Monroe and just where. Fresh in the St Augustine Record says: "It prior to going north:

east of the thriving city of Sanford. moisture-proof pack- is barely possible that John T. Mc- One California Bungalow APRIL 25th WHICH IS SATURDAYand

Three or four miles inland in a Cutcheon, the famous cartoonist of ; one two-story house !
southerly direction, was Fort Reed. age, 5 cents.ZuZU.
Eighteen or twenty miles further Chicago, will go from St. Petersburgto (corner lot.) Intending.! continuing from that date until further notice that

south and within half mile of the New York by aeroplane with Tony
a buyers will do well to !
get the cafe will be open for service from six o'clock of the
spot where we are now gathered, was Janus, the chief aviator of the Tam- in touch with
Fort Gatlin while me on
some seventy pa-St. Petersburg Benoist air boat morning until twelve o'clock of the
miles further to the south was Fort above properties, whichare night, with a
Drum. line. The trip will cost between
.
both and well
"> It was at these posts that bodies eP i /J tB $3,500 and $4,500. new
1 \of troops were stationed, maintainedand located. SPECIAL MENU FROM 8 TO 12
sent out against the Seminu/s; ,
as occasion demanded.We To THE WEST FRED B. DALE IN THE EVENING CONSISTING
of this locality, are interested -
in the third of these posts-Fort VIASEMINOLE OF UNUSUAL AND FANCY DISHESThe
Gatlin. It is for this old fort that 306 ANDERSON STREET
Lake Gatlin was named, and Fort Gat-
lin and Lake Gatlin have trans- MinD PHONE 316
mitted the name to the adjacent re- The little
gion. From strategic standpointthe funny name Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm
a of the famous little Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30
site of the fort was admirably pm I ORLAND will make a specialty during the sum-
selected. The spot was well drained ginger snap that puts Lv Jacksonville Fla.,A. C. L 9:00: pm j I

and healthful. It had abundant cover fresh "snap" and'ginger" Lv Waycross, Ga., A. CL.1110 pm mer of ice creams, cakes, salads, and other cooling and
., plenty of wood and the purestof Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am
water. Lying in a triangle of into jadedappetites. I Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am health preserving foods.
+ three lakes with but three narrow approaches 5 cents. Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am Shoe Repairingby i
by land, a picket guard of Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
five men could easily prevent a sur- Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am PARCEL POST ; | ___BE'SURE THAT YOU VISIT THE ORLANDO___.
prise by the Indians, no matter how Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p
cunningly devised or however determined Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm
Ar Jackson, Tenn. I. C.___ 'IIIIIMIIIHMIIilltllllMMIIIIIimMUMMM *
the attacking force.A 7:46 pmAr Men's Half Soles, 750 to 8seladles' *
few people, somewhat nomadic in Fulton, Ky. I. C_______ 9:35: pm
their habits, found their way into Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm Half Soles, 60e to 7Se I
the Florida peninsula, after the subjugation Carbondale_ I Ill., I. C.12:13 am Children's Half Soles, 500 to 750i MHMtHMIIM II II

,of the Indians. Later on Ar St. Louis, Mo., L C._____ 7:05 am i Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo :
came families who made their homesin I Heels Repaired, 2sc '
the wilds and became permanent Ar CentraUa, 111., I. C. _____ 1:38 am i '
settlers. But the number was small Ar Matoon, 111., I. C.--------3:20 am All work returned in 24 hours. Sin'iii 3110 SuffifflerOur

until after the close of the civil war, Ar Champaign, 111., I. C.____ 4:29 am 1 Orders without remittance re-
which found so many of the southern Ar Kankak'ee, 111., I. C._____ 6:20 air turned C. O. D. We pay
people practically ruined financially Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50a_ r return postage.
I and compelled by the prevailing con- 4. .t
ditions to seek new fields and begin GBAHAM CRACKERSThe Solid Through Trains-Composed flf new line for the Springand

life anew. Among those who migrated observation, compartment, drawingroom A. Hanson Summer season of 1911 is
section,
sleeping cars, and f-ee
to this section were four who natural sweet i
4 located near the old fort, and who ness and nutrimentof reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville 19 East Pine Street now complete. Never in the history -
and Chicago, and Jacksonville t ORLANDO FLORIDA
became identified with the historyof f
of
business
the wheat and our hate we
are retained St. Louis. All meals in dining
this immediate region. ...J.D..I. ... ... .
Major Francis Eppes, a grandsonof giving thema car.For been able to show such a line of
Thomas Jefferson, selected for his delightful flavor. (f sets and Pullman car reser- I new and timely goods for Eas
new home the ground now owned rations, all on I Buy your garden seed from DeLa-
by Mr. Frint, lying at the west end 10 cents. W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, ney & Abernethy. Just received a ter selling. Our line of Dress

of Lake Iddlewild, or Pineloch, wherehe or big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf .Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Milli
died in 1881. A beautiful situa- Buy biscuit baked by D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,'I t Ready-to-Wear goods and
tion on the western shore of Lake Atlantic Coast Line,
Read the advertisements daily. notions is
complete-the
i stylesnrp
Conway, just north of Pinecastle, NATIONAL Orlando.
was selected by Major W. B. Ran- varied enough to.. suit y
dolph, who in addition to his home BISCUIT the taste of every one, and the! prices are in keeping with
tract, secured a title to the site of COMPANY every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
Fort Gatlin and adjacent lands. Just
north of the old fort, at the extreme Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from i
f eastern point of Lake Jeanie Jewel, Always look for that name the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent

he erected and operated a saw mill, cheaper tlurc the regular prices.
f possibly the first of its kind in all We wCtI appreciate and be more than pleased to show i
this region. He had been a man of
liberal means and at the time was ORLANDO 1 you our line if you will call on us.

owner of valuable gas stock in the tiful, most attractive and the fines
city of New Orleans. section of all this fair state of Flor- I II
Col. Benjamin F. Whitner, civil en- ida, beautiful garden spot that
gineer and land surveyor, selected will attract the human bees and the
what, for many years, was known as human butterflies of the host that m New York Store
"Whitner's Point'-that tract lyingto annually visit Florida and induce Water & Light Co. I Bargain
the east of lake Gatlin-and be- them to cast their lots with us and i
tween that lake and Lake Conway. .ielp on the good work, so that in
Near the spot where Miss Saffords' the years to come, our successors PKOIII 'StS$0 "$$MMMtmitBeck '$0, 0 0,0 I. II't

bungalow now stands he built himself can honestly pay to us such tributeas
a home and lived for many years. I have honestly tried to pay to
He afterward removed to Fort Reed, the quartette whose names I have ElectricityGas
where he died in 1882. Being a sur- mentioned.The .
veyor, he located most of the land
lines in the Gatlin-Conway section,
and to of the lakes Florida retail lumbermen are
gave names many .1
most of which are still retained. The planning to perfect an organizationamong Water Ice & Payne'sCash
little lake lying just east of the old themselves for mutual protec- I
fort was known as a "Little Gem,"
tion.
which it really is. Col. Whitner
christened it "Gem after!
Mary,
some member of his family and by I Office--No. 18 West Central Ave. Grocery
this name it was known until some
two years ago, when the name Deep HAVE PRETTY HAIR
Lake was applied to it. It is still
known as Gem Mary by the older res
idents. It seems to me that those Thick, Soft, Fluffy and No Dandruffuse
old names, as adopted by the early Parisian Sage Telephone No. 6 STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES

pioneers, and as they appeared on If your hair is losing its natural
the early maps, might be appropriately color coming out and splitting, or
retained and perpetuated. Some lacks that enviable softness, gloss ,
of them mean much to the descendants and beauty, do not despairprettyhair Nice stock. White Rose
of the old timers. is largely a matter of care. If J new \
The fourth member of that early it is harsh and brittle soften it up
quartette was Major 0. P. Preston, -lubricate it. If you have dandruff brand Canned goods Fox River But- '
who'made his home on the west side it is because the scalp is too dry IIIMIMIIIIIIIII ,
of Lake Jeanie Jewel, where his son, and flakes off. Freshen up the scalp
F. H. Preston, still lives. He had with Parisian Sage-all dandruff disappears ter, "Pride" the highest grade butter- :
been a surgeon, with the rank of falling hair and itching
Mayor in the Confederate army and cease, your hair is doubly beautiful. ine. Call and We ,
was a skillful physician, as well as Parisian Sage, sold by McElroy's investigate.
surgeon. Up to the time when the Pharmacy and at all drug counters, Louisville ) Nashville R. R.
final summons came to him he was is just what you need-a large bot- meet all cash prices.
one of the region's most useful and tle costs but 50 cents. It surely
best loved citizens and was ready to makes the hair lustrous and seem
respond to any call where a doctor twice as abundant. You cannot be disappointed l'I&IN':: '
was needed, dav or night, near or remote in Parisian Sage.jMMIIIIflMMIieiMMiMI. I 11 West Robinson Avenue
making his calls on horsebackthe T
only means of transportation '
a through an almost trackless wilder- I.: I
; ness, often sleeping in his saddle as The Attractive Way to .
4 he rode from house to house. A Genuine Bargainin i CINCINNATI CHICAGO LOUISVILLE "
These four old pioneers were all
gentlemen of culture, refinement and Real EstateGood LEXINGTON ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS
prominence. They were men of affairs DAYTON PITTSBURG KNOXVILLE 'IIIII'IIII"'IIIIICIII"II"I'IIIIIIIIIII'IIIII'! "
who, if living today, with the COLUMBUS BUFFALO BIRMINGHAM
larger population, gerater develop- eight-room house,
ment and progress throughout the with connected kitchen CLEVELAND GRAND RAPIDS PENSACOLA Saturday SpecialsPattern

state, would be counted among the twenty acres first class landal DETROIT NASHVILLE MOBILE
wise leaders of the people. It was cleared 315 TOLEDO EVANSVILLE NEW ORLEANSAll
bearing
,
an honor to be numbered among their
friends. That they selected for their Orange Trees, in first class Points NorthNorthwestSouthwestThree Hats Sold) at Cost
new homes a region of beauty and condition, fine bloom. Land Solid Through Trains, Daily
great promise, we must concede with-
I can easily be subdividedinto South Atlantic Limited Lye Jacksonville .8:15 P. M.
out reservation. I wish they were I ,
alive and with us today to see the : five-acre tracts, is on Dixie Flyer, Lye Jacksonville '. . . 8:25 P. M. Voiles and Ginghams at 15c per yard
;fruition of their early dreams. road to Conway, 21.2 Montgomery Route Express Lve. Jacksonville 8:05 P. }I.

We, who have come later, are call- miles from Court House, Three Daily Trains to Mobile and New Orleans, Lye.

ed ships upon and to discomforts endure none encountered of the hard-by road on two sides, main Jacksonville 8:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m., and 8:00 a. rt. From 7:30: to 9:30: p. m.

those first settlers. They blazed road will be bricked this All electric lighted trains with through steel draw
the trail It is for us to follow it; year. Has rural delivery,
free chairs and modern high-
ing-room sleepers reclining
to open the highways, set the ,
up. and shod wagon. Sold to
s milestones and the guide boards, plant close and estate. CHEAP back seat coaches.L. MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
} shade trees along the roads and
& N. Dining Cars-No Better Dining car service.
lanes under which those who come for cash, or very reasonable
after us may rest and call us blessed. I' terms win be made. Fast Time-Rock Ballast-No Dust.H. for
Let us constitute ourselves, each acommittee C. BRETNEY, FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT Agents Barclay CorsetsMcCall's :
j LORD & BRADSHAW
of one, to and
improve
134 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
beautify our several holdings in this Exclusive 226od2ni PatternstimHMHMIIMHMimiiMiHIMMHMIIIIiiiMt (
AgentsgMIIIIIIHIIHMIHIIIIM
lake park region which w? call "ours," I
until It shall become th| most beau-I .

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THE DAILY DIRTY POLITICSTh DEATH OF 0. A. WEEKS I ernments now definitely before them HimiitMMIIIillMiMMMMMMMIM .
: Mrs. M. E. Weeks received a tele- the three envoys occupied a semi- 1., I II' ., I I I 111IDicksollIves
: South Florida Sentinel
Florida Metropolis has been opposing gram yesterday from her husband, mediatory attitude almost in the na-

r MORNING AND WEEKLY the candidacy of Congressman who has been in Jacksonville on account ture of an international tribunal, con-
!'> JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owaer. Claude L'Engle for re-election, and of the illness of his brother, 0. sidering the attitude and desires of

.r being embittered against the con- A. Weeks, stating that the latter had each side and seeking to find some :
1 Entered at the txwtoffic at Orlando Florida -
i ai Second Clasi Mail flatter. ySUBSCRIPTION' gressman by reason of his long and passed away and would be buried to middle ground on which both could
unrelenting fight upon the questionable day. This will be sad news to the stand. The sessions are all privateand ,

w Daily 1 Year.............RATES............$S.00 methods employed by that jour- relatives and friends of the family. surrounded by every safeguard
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.60Dail nal, has not been over-scrupulous in' against premature discussion of .
,, 3 Months ...................... 1.25 what plans.It
i Daily, 1 Month ....................... 50 it has printed about him. Miss Emma Gray has received a was know, however, that the chief (1

Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 1.00 As a result of these attacks the letter stating that Mrs. William effort of today was to try to perfecta DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STL.ORLANDO'S
weekly 6 Months ..................... 78 congressman recently filed a suit for Crane Gray had arrived in Philadel- plan on which they have been work- .
fifty thousand dollars damages phia and was met there by the bish- ing ever since their tender of good
TO ADVERTISERS
: against the Metropolis, but no men- op. Miss Gray is a guest of Mrs. offices was made. This will be laid
t''' Copy for display and all .;her hand-Mt tion has ever been made in its columns -i John C. Jones. before the two governments at the FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
adrerUtinf matt be handed in at the basin so far as we have observed,!
ffiee ef the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. earliest n> ment.
the day before publication. This rale applies concerning the suit. -
U changes for contract advertiiinf it i itinrariakU HUERTA'S ABDICATION The sessions are expected to be
and wifl be This action was not calculated to
strictly adhered to. (Continued from continuous throughout today and tonight -
page 1))
improve the temper of the paper toward
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued the next communication from the me-
; should notify the office in writing o n the congressman and proof of diators.In At the regular cabinet meeting at
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be its continued ill will and unscrupulous '
l continued at the regular subscription rates the absence of definite word, 11 o'clock the formulation of the
i until notice to top u received. policy in regard to him was had in
speculation took a wide range among American proposals to the mediatorswas
yesterday's issue when a communication -
"= WEDNESDAY APRIL diplomats, not directly connected with a subject of consideration.
29, 19U. was published on its front page
attacking the motives and veracity of the negotiations, some of whom sug- Huerta's reply, conveyed through
THE WEATHER both Congressman L'Engle and the gested that one of the possible plans his minister for foreign affairs to

I editor of the Sentinel. which might Le considered would con- Mr. Riano, Spanish ambassador in

Florida: Fair Wednesday, except The communication was signed by template the establishment of a committee Washington, was received late last II'
representing all Mexican factions night.
showers in northwest portion. Thurs- "Sprague Russell," and dated from
to take charge of Mexico pending
day, fair, cooler in northwest por Orlando. An exhaustive search for ,
the election of a president and the
tion. Sprague Russell has proved futile. FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Confirm This
founding of a stable government.
No such mortal exists in Orlando, and
Who is Sprague Russell? This plan was discussed in Washington I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the letter comes under the head of I Representative from Orange county for the
o communications. The and Mexico City some time next session of the Florida Legislature subject I
anonymous publication It was also considered at a ago'l : to the Democratic primary to be held I Il
May 9 is the last day for poll tax is clearly libellous, for the ence between Ambassador Gerard at 1 l r June 2nd. C. P. DICKINSON.I It is mighty nice to be told that we have the finest
o intent is to injure and deceive. The ,
The time for swatting the fly i is Metropolis seems not to have learnedits Berlin and Mexican Ambassador de 1 la selections of linens in the state. This was an unasked rand

upon us.Huerta. lesson from the fprmer action Barra on his way to Japan some time Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford Fla., : uabiased statement made by a new customer of ours. eWe
o ago. for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
i surprised 'em by agreeingto brought produces against its it. Until that paper Spanish Ambassador Riano, i in Pepper Crates. 429mIMIIIIMMHIMMtlitnM :. can't help passing the news on. We have tried and
correspondent
anonymous
f something. charge of the affairs of Mexico in i _. tried hard to have
as complete
assortment
the editor of the Sentinel will not ( as possibleand
the United States, today informed
o dignify his aspersions with a reply. ( I we think we have in
.oost the booster trip, for it's a The character Secretary of State Bryan that Gen-
assassin
Rus
Sprague !
good to boost. eral Huerta had unconditionally ac- [ T. F. HOURIHAN I
:j thing sell is dared to come forth and de ___L.J U._ __!__!_,_ _# __ .' Q 0 L...._
:\pLtu sue principle ui meuiaiiun as +
clare his identity. involved in the proposal of the f Licensed Plumber and
Politics is looking up a bit; or gov-
t down, hard to tell which. o- ernments of Brazil, Argentina and Sanitary Engineer I
o ATHA ESCAPES SERIOUS HURT Chile. Estimates Furnished. jobbing
f The Mexican crisis came just in BY AUTOMOBILE The envoys of the three nations Promptly Attended to.

; time to save the Mutt and Jeff series. whose good offices also have been for- PHONE 629

f 0 Mr. S. H. Atha, the real estate mally accepted by the United States, 106 Court Street

Huerta would be a star number for man, narrowly escaped serious nijury resumed their sessions today at the
some lyceum bureau to sign up for yesterday afternoon, when he- was : Argentine legation in an effort to ORLANDO, FLORIDA I

1 a series of lectures. struck at the crossing of Church and' compose the Mexican crisis. 42llmIHMiMMtlllllMIMM .

0 Orange by an automobile. The driver I With the acceptance of both gov- >

It would probably be a little difficult was from the country, but Mr. Athahad I
? to cause the Mexicans to reach hm arrested and placed under M fMMHMMMMIMUMMiltiMMMHIMIMMMMMMA.

1 k, our view of our mission in Mexico. bond for reckless driving. The machine -'
0 struck Mr. Atha on the leg and Y. FULLER R. L FOX ;

.: General E. M. Law of Bartow will besides tearing his trousers made an H

be much feted at the Jacksonville rei ugly looking bruise. He was con- THE PALMS AUTO COREO

'?i union. He is the only ranking gen siderably upset for awhile, but was LINENS"The
eral of the Confederacy living. not seriously injured. MOTOR CARS

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?i Affairs are fast shaping up for SIX-YEAR-OLD LOSES LIFE IN For long life and low cost of upkeep., We also carry a "Acme" of perfection in weave, Designs, qual-

:1 Teddy to jump into the breach ancget LIVE OAK AUTO ACCIDENT full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force ities and completeness of assortments.
himself elected president. Remember t
i of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
I he's I
a man of destiny. t
i o Live Oak, Fla., April 28.-The six- guaranteed. Table linens from 50c to . . . . . $2.50Table
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Weiss
The Fort Myers Press fetches
a "
f: deep sigh of loneliness since the editors was run over and killed Monday nightat Maxwell "25, $800, Equipped in Orlando cloths from 85c to . . . . 8.00
1 departed from its shores. Guess 7 o'clock by Capt. W. J. Hillman's
:, it is lonesome to be in Fort Myers. automobile as the child was crossing, (Napkins to match many of the Patterns.)

;f We haven't yet 0 received the list of Ohio The avenue.automobile was running slowly I I F THE PALMS AUTO CO TOWELS, BED SPREADS, SCARFS, CENTER

i casualties from that joint debate in when the child ran in front of the PIECES, PLAIN LINENS, LINEN CRASH, HANDKERCHIEF -

} .Walton county between Bill Mapolesand car.The I FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.llimMMIIIIIMIMMMMIItlltMMMIHI. LINENS, DRESS LINENS, EMBROIDERY It
R. W. Storrs. That must have child died within half an hour
r been some debate. after the accident. LINENS.
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:, Senator Fletcher will have the distinction IIHMIIMMMIiMMIMIIIIIIIIIHMMIiMiit 111111111111111111111 (PRICED RIGHT)

of opening political activities
; in Orlando. He speaks here tonight, Broken Thermos BottlesBring

.:, being the first candidate to appear on
the platform before an Orlando audi- your broken Thermos and icy-hot bottles to us. We put in extra fillers and
in the mats, same as new.
ence present campaign. Special showing in

A o McELROY'S PHARMACYPHONE
Ocala seems to be supplying other

towns of the state with good lawyers. White
20t..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.11111111111111,11 GoodsIN
This should be a morsel of comfort to

the Banner while bemoaning the loss 1,11111,1",1. !
s of its legal lights. "Made in Ocala"is

a popular mark for a lawyer to I

bear. FRENCH VOILES, EMBROIDERED RATINES,

o ENGLISH RICE CLOTHS DAINTY ROUBAIX
,
Congratulations to Bob Holly. He j
h is now president of the two large and CREPES, SHADOW GRENADINES, ETC., ETC.,

3 important bodies, the Florida Press THEY ARE PRICED LOW-VERY LOWCOMEAND
association and the Lake Region

Press association. Next thing you SEE THEM
know Bob will be starting a bank, or Are You Invitedto

something like that.
r o- a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair whtre

y x Cartoonist McCutcheon is billed to a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sore
make a flight with Tony Jannus from
St. Petersburg to New York, at a cost you will be interested in our display of the newest and Our Mail Order Oepar1ent

of four thousand dollars. The car- most artistic designs inCUT
} toonist has been associating with

George Ade; maybe this is where he GLASSThere Is a great help to our out-of-town customers; make ,

got his assistance. use of it whenever you can. Samples or information

--0--- are so many odd pieces and attractive sets cheerfully given. We all
Senator does prepay charges.
Bryan well to call the
attention of the county committees to here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.We Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogs.We .

r the necessity of qualifying for places are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe invite comparison of values.

f on the official ballot. Too little attention more acceptable.T.H.Evans.
1. is paid to this matter. Those

;f. commtteemen in Orange county who .
wish to succeed themselves should'' 'J"

lose no time in making the necessary
application.The \>

o
Sentinel quite agrees with the L
Miami Herald in decrying the habitof

some editors in harping upon the

5 poverty of the profession. The Herald -
thinks they should instead referto

the profession as one of honor, the JewelerOPPOSITE

profit and high responsibilities, and ,
cease playing the impecunious act,

thereby detracting from and impair- Orange Ave. rlan
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)AY if you are a brain worker. I D c aDQ) CDGllDG! 1) (JDaIID u I

e pinion of an eminent authority, who con. I BUYS AND SELLS TODAY'S PROGRAMThe It At t HI en's s"

; E. iy is to the brain what fuel is to an en drama Passerby. A Victor two-reel
REAL with
ESTATE Warren Kerrigan. In a
gine." fearless way the Wanderer enters a
family where trouble is rife. He I" .
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No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Caramels teaches charity, rights financial
I wrongs, shows a girl where her heart
Taffies, etc. 600 acres south ofVin lies, fights a duel with an impulsive Ask Your Friends
ter Garden and west of youth, stems a scamp's scheming, and
J FRESH EVERY DAY.: departs."A .
II Gotha, including 10 acre Pair of Bears. A one-reel \Vhy they buy from usthey
Joker
comedy. A very funny bear
: orange grove. The entire picture, very amusing for the chip will tell you, it is
tract covered with dren, as animal pictures always fascinate -

( BUTT'S' KNOY f KITCHEN f fThe yellow pine timber. Two them.RECEPTION. BecauseWe

: miles of lake shore. I423lm : TO BE GIVEN BY MR.

: AND MRS. CHENEY 0 have the goods, we have n

\ home of pure home-made Candies, II IMIMIMIMMMIMIMIM'RESBYTERIAN I I Cards have been issued by Judge the price and give you

and Mrs. John M. Cheney for a reception prompt, courteous and pleas-

Orange AvenueHMHIIMMMMMMIItMIIIIHIHIIIHIIMIIIIIIIIIf SUPPER WASATTEXDEDBYLARGECROWD to be given at their home, ing service.
"Glendonjo," on Thursday evening,
I May seventh, the honorees being Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph Y. Cheney and Mr. Come and See
The supper given by the ladies of and Mrs. Douglass R. Ellerbe.
I I the Presbyterian church to the men '
Rev. Alfred A. Rickert regrets that of the church in the lecture
last
owing to an earlier date for his departure room SOROSIS LIBRARY ON SUMMER
II Allen & Co.
WADE ?1 night was attended by more than :
SCHEDULE
than he had at first intended, ,
two hundred, and was a distinct success
THE
) TUNER j jj he, was unable to make the calls he
ORLANDO, FLA. had desired! upon his friends her from every point of view. A delicious The Sorosis library, which has been II Jewelers
menu consisting of chicken
I pi :
II open every week day during the win .
I
I Mrs. S. E. Rosedale and Mrs. 0. W.
lau salads
potatoes, hot rolls, pickles, ter, will resume its summer schedule U
Derbyshire, of New York city, auntsof ice cream and coffee was served, and Prompt Repairing.
on May 1st after which
the
Hear Senator Fletcher ,at Orlando Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Curry, sail for several' happy speeches sere made, hours
I
will be from three to six p. m. on Everything Guaranteed.
opera house tonightSenator New Orleans from Tampa Sunday. the key note being the prospects for
Wednesdays, and ten to twelve
a. m.
Fletcher will make the first They will visit in Shreveport before the next church year and the pro
and three
to six
p. m. on Saturdays.
political speech of the campaign in returning to their homes. posed remodeling of the church build

Orlando, appearing at the Orlando Mrs. F. T. Dickman, of West Point, ing. Among the speakers were the EVANGELISTIC SERVICES

opera house tonight Don't fail to N. Y., arrived last night to spend a pastor, Rev. Dr. John W. Sta'gg, and

hear hm., i month with her aunt:, Mrs. S. Waters Messrs. W. R. O'Neal, S. G. Ives, Sr., are
Evangelistic services
being con
Miss C. Buck has returned to San- Howe. Lieutenant Dickman of the S. G. Ives, Jr., W. S. Branch) B. M ducted in a tent, corner Church and lb.

ford after a short visit with Miss eleventh cavalry is in Washington Robinson, J. F. Schumann and'John Hughey streets, by Mr. and Mrs. M. ::10]= .CO

Zelma Lewter. awaiting orders to leave for Mexico. M. Cheney and Mr. Jackson. W. Henderson, of Jacksonville, Fla.

\ Mr. C. G. Wescott and Mr. J. Dar-' Mrs. Phillip Bunn, wife of the sexton It was a pleasant affair and one Ministers and Christians of all de ..II.IIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIII.IIIII..IIIIII.IIIC4
at the cemetery, has just returned that is calculated to do much good in
fling are spending a couple of days nominations are invited to come and
S down at Tampa. from Bridgeport, Conn., where she'went promoting that fellowship which i is take part in these meetings. Everybody
i' to attend the fungal of her necessary; to successful church work. welcome. Services Do You KnowWE
Mrs. A. P. Curry returned yesterday every even
father. Her mother with hand
came er ing at 7:30.
afternoon from a week's visit to
St. intends to make' Orlando her future Mr. R. T. Carter, of Youngstown,,
Petersburg and Tampa.
home. Ohio: is a late arrival at the SaO n UNITY CIRCLE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SPICES AND EXTRACTS -
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S: Tenny are Juan.
in Palatka in attendance at the meet- Messrs. W. W. Yothers and R. ONION SALT, BLACK PEPPER, WHOLE
ing of the Florida Horticultural so- (Compton went up to Palatka todayto Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Williams, Miss Unity Circle will meet at the chapel

ciety. attend the meeting of the Florida Williams and Miss Fetz, of Daytona, this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. SAVOY, CURRY POWDER, RED PEPPER, THYME,

Horticultural society, which began are guests' of .the San Juan. Whittier will be in charge of the proI
Messrs. Dan McKinnon and C. H. I GINGER, WHITE PEPPER MACE ALLSPICE CINA-
,
,
]last night They will be gone until Rev. A. A. Rickert left yesterday; gram. All who are interested are
Wright, of Winter Garden, i in
town were Saturday. Mr. Yothers wll read a afternoon for Jacksonville, where he< cordally invited to be present. MON, SAGE, CLOVES, MUSTARD, MARJORAM.
yesterday looking after business
paper before the society. will take the steamer "Parthian" of
matters.
i Senator J. E. Buxton left last night the Merchants and Miners' line this Hear Senator Fletcher at Orlando WHITE ROSE EXTRACTS

i Mrs. Lawrence Alexander, who has ;for his Vermont home and the beautiful afternoon for Philadelphia. After a opera house tonightPATRONIZE

f been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. home on Lake Lucerne will be visit to his sister in Witmer, Pa., he PHOENIX BRAND ETRACTS

J: N. Bradshaw, left yesterday for St .closed for some months, as the rest expects to take passage from Boston THE GRAND TODAY

Augustine, en route to Charlestqn. of his family have gone and his on May 23 by the steamship Devonian: The Grand is giving a benefit performance -

Miss Emily Miller, who has been i housekeeper, Mrs. Daughn, also left of the Leyland line for England for the Church Home anth d

the attractive guest of Mrs. J. N. Mc- last night.. The senator and his family where he will spend the summer wi Hospital. The people of Orlando can THE SANITARY GROCERY
appreciate just how necessary it is
Elroy and Miss Sarah Slemons, left; will be much missed here, their relatives. Mr. Rickert has recently! that this institution receive all the

yesterday for home at Johnson City, friends hoping for their return earlyin resigned his regular mission points, consideration and assistance possible.
Tenn. the fall but retains the chaplaincy of the The Church Home and Hospital does CARUTHERS & GORE

Mrs. E. M. Robinson and Mrs. M. Mrs. J. M. Cook leaves today in a Church the Home and Hospital, together not the solicit people the,assistance but every and recognition supportof Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street X

fr G. Jones have departed ,for theirhomes big six cylinder Buick touring car for with services at the hospital for them is greatly appreciated. Here

at Worcester, Mass., after Miami, to choose the best route for chapel The usual celebration of theHoly is your chance to help a worthy causeand
at the same time receive the I
value
I spending the winter at 217 East Robinson the large auto party he into conductthither Communion at this chapel each! of your money in the way of a CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
he will conduct Thursday at 10 a. m. ,will be continued -
avenue. as the Or- pleasant hour's entertainment. Are:
4 Mrs. B. W. Carskaddon and daughter lando boosters" who leave on May 18 until further notice through the you for or against such a worthy FUNERAL DESIGNS I
with Miami their destination. kindness of Rev. Mr. Remsen. .. cause? You can answer this by your
left for as Mr.
yesterday their home i in
appearance at the Grand
today. MMIMOMIIIililMIMIMMMMMMMttMMHPaint ." ."
Philadelphia, after making a short t Cook expects to return on Saturday.
Hear Senator Fletcher at Orlandoopera
visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. Tr Jacksonon The Miami people are making special Hear Senator Fletcher at Orlando
East Church street preparations for welcoming our house tonight opera house tonight. TRUCKERS, TAKE NOTICE

Capt. B. M. Sims and Mr. T. J. delegation while, in and for their entertainment No member of congress from the Schnarr's No. 3 will kill' and keep
Minor, pioneer citizens of Ocoee,were Miami, hence this trip South has attained such broad Bean, Cuke and Potato hampers 9 the Hessian flies and other sucking
-I among the business transactors in Orlando will likely prove most enjoyable. ever 1-2 cents at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, 1 insects off the watermelons, canta-
prominence and influence in the Fla
yesterday. The Sentinel No member of congress from the same 4-29m. loupes, tomatoes and potatoes. Guaranteed -
ac period as Senator Duncan U.Fletcher, to give satisfaction or money
knowledges a pleasant call. t South has ever attained such broad who will speak at the Orlando open No member of congress from the refunded. J. Schnarr & Co., manufacturers >
No member of congress from the prominence and influence in the same house tonight South has ever attained such broad rear 51 West Church street,
period as Senator Duncan U. Orlando, Fla. 4-24-d&w-tf
Fletcher ;
South has j <
ever attained such broad :prominence and influence in the same

prominence and influence in the same who will speak at the Orlando opera Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fl a., period as Senator Duncan U.Fletcher, l
house
period as Senator Duncan U.Fletcher, tonight for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and< who will speak at the Orlando opera Opening of Piano Studio April 15th.
who will speak at the Orlando opera; Pepper Crates. 4.2 9m house tonight For particulars address Mac Tall-
i house tonight |( White F. F. Dutton Sanford, Fla., / man Care Grand Theater, or Phone
for prices on Cow Peas 4-29m: Eat what you want. No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m.
I Eat all you want TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 43lm. ;
Hear Senator Fletcher at Orlandoopera Hear Senator Fletcher at Orlando Take a postscript and forget it.

house tonight opera house tonight For sale by all durggists. GIRL WANTED for cashier. Apply,
1-7-d&w-lyr; stating salary expected, and give
reference. Address Box "B," Senti- THE CHAMPION MINUTE -
HIM MSI ." . .1".1",1".t nel: 4-29-3t that has stood I PICTURE MACHINE

WE OPERATE OR WE WILL
FOR SALE-Two heifer calves, 2 the testA. SELL YOU A MACHINE

At fine weeks cows old.and registered These calves male.are from Let us put your Photo on a but-
The Price
Lucerne Today"Path I right. See H. A. Vivian, city. L. BECK LUMBER CO. ton, postal card or in a frame.
I 43t AGENTS FOR
Kiln Dried Lumber and Building ALLENS PORTABLE BATH

Spray material, insecticides and Material. APARATUS, ETC.
r fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San- We sell the Dana Electric Medical

ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit- Phone 451 Orlando, Ea.immmmmmw Transformer, and give
.
erature. 429lm. Free Demonstrations.WE

Of Genius," a fine two reel Kay Bee. :- DO ALL KINDS OF
t FOR SALE-Pair of mules by T..1. PLATINGAnd
Wilson, 204 W. South street, Or- sell the teaching
apparatus,
lando WOOD COAL AND ICE
Fla.
,
"False Beauty a one reel Keystone. 4-29-3t customers how to operate,
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Also complete family darner.
Senator Fletcher will make the first Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf EWING.

"Professor's political speech of the campaign i in 8 E CHURCH ST
Traveling Adventures Great
a Northern Orlando
appearing at the Orlando Buy your garden seed from DeLaney -
comedy. One other good reel. opera house tonight. Don't fail to & Abernethy. Just received a .
hearhim. big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf

Good Wood
$1.50
A fine Wednesday bill. Hear Senator Fletcher at Orlando SEED! SEED! SEED!
night opera house tonightEat Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Better Wood $2 and $2.25
Abernethy, druggists. 313tfOSTEOPATHY
what you want Best Wood $2.50 and $!.75

Eat all you want
Take a postscript and forget it This won't last long,

Admission First Floor: Adults W Cents. Children 5 Cents For sale by all druggists.l-7-d&w.lyr Stock up while you can.


Balcony: 5 Cents Up to date painting, papering, etc., DR. J. C .HOWELL Orlando Wood Yard!
is the kind you want Where to get
it! That's easy, phone 638. W. T. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and appointment
Continuous. show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. Entrican. 1-20-tf No extra charge for house treatment i I04W. Pine St.

s t Telephone connection B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor s
tlltllMIIIHIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIM j Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf i Office cor. Orange and Central Ave
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SUBSISTS ON BRANDY A Hot Tub Bath at a ------ MAY By BEES-AN Claude L'EngleDont't ESSAY '

Moment's Notice O ORLANDO O a 'WASHINGTON A I
Notices of Lost, Wanted, For Sale. Fer : Get Stung-
Rent[ etc. for this
v Dr. William Bayard Hale Writes of of unlimited hot column 25c for one day,
water
at iDe for three days, or LOO for one wee*. for May bees are good little in
THINK
1 Mexican Conditions in Cur- finger tips any time day or Z6 words or less. Money must accompany
night and not a fire in the house- the advertisements fer this column ai no sects,
rent Magazine no light to strike-nothing to turn onor insertions will be made on credit. But they don't fly in June DRAWING ROOM

> off except the faucet. Unless youhave In the June primary-

f "An ape-like Indian, aged, one- seen or heard of the wonderful An elegant FOR modern SALE home; four bedrooms Don't waste time on May SLEEPING CAR ,

eyed, and subsisting on brandy." tom ; two bath rooms; gas and electricity bees.

Such is the description of Huerta tl" throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all VIA I

s in an article contributed by William 2-1 flowers.5-U. 509 East Central avenue. right for you Congress ;

u Bayard Hale, former investigator for Some other man may be inline

President Wilson in northern Mexico, J'J FOR SALE l with progressive De TLNTIC L COAST T LINE f

T to the forthcoming number of the stock mocracy. I
Nursery one, two, three and
World's Work. i1rr i/ lour year old buds; Foster Early, Some otherman may be

Of the assassination of President Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington able to think for the people

t Madero, Mr. Hale says: & Apopka Navel., Fla. Address Phone 2222.Mrs. M.3-13-tf Kahle after election, OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.

{ "Indeed it would surely have been But may be some other man

impossible for tragic romance to have :T: FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one won't.

a imagined a character so hideously I acre in bearing orange grove; six And may be you'll get

villainous as Victoriano Huerta, or a jk II for acres gardening cleared; and part of land suitable located I stung fooling with him. Tll J Satunlay.J.
tl trucking; I
career so completely justifying the IiV half mile from city limits on public I You know that Claude

refusal to recognize him. Ruud Instantaneous road. Bargain. Address M. C. B.,II L'Engle] is NOT a may be;
t Other powers made no scruple of care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf You know that he..will ,
FOR RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL
ON
Automatic Water Heater -
giving the assassin and usurper immediate think and act for you,

recognition. Very well; the you will likely FOR room SALE-New house, with bath.two-story Modern, five inevery Because he is now in Con- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.

United, States is not a follower of think ourclaims way. Just off Lucerne Circle gress doing this very thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

other powers. It is, it has been from elctravaQatit Good bargain to prompt buyer. When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.
yet we Owner, phone 466 city.
,
is the beginning of its history, the mor- recommend and 4.10-eod-lmo thing George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
e al leader of the world. It is the mere .uarantee this Don't risk the best chance
,
service and will
Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
fact that 3e glad to submit FOR SALE that
;, great powers have no con ever happened.

science-but the United States has a some the of names yourfriends of Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week Claude L'Engle has been .11111".11111..1.111..111..11.11.1..118. ........
ly, no interest.
who find
conscience. this method of Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 time-tried and firetested -
Discussing the possibility of inter eating most water econtmlcal li 'QDthe acres land, take front. $1,250. in the fights for the r-

vention in Mexico (the article was and reliable 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or people's rights.

written before the fleet was orderedto yet devised. lando. $10 per acre. He is the one sure thing
A postal mailed 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando.
Tampico), Dr. Hale says: today nourihowroom or a visit $12.50 per month gets warranty deed., for you in this race for Fare Soo

r "An American army would have no till give you F. A. LEWTER. Congress in the Fourth DAILY BCTWCCrJ

c physical difficulty in getting back out complete details.ORLANDO. t 414d&wlmFOR District. : DJ UFFALOVLEVELAND

t of Mexico He is there for term
; nobody would use it up WATER SALE-Mitchell roadster rare one ,
AND ;
f.. before it got away; the difficulty LIGHT COMPANYGAS bargain; recently completely over Keep him there for another

would be that greed and a false sense hauled and made good as new in every Vote for Claude L'Engle
DEPARTlIENTDon't part; guaranteed first"class con first.
of national honor would do their ut
dition; must be sold at once, even at
most to keep us there permanently i in sacrifice. .Come, or address, White I Take a chance second

occupation."We Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
J do not want Mexico. 4-23-tf
Especially THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Length

r we do not want her because we wait for every one in town to FOR S.ALE-White Indian Runner 500 fed breadth 98 feet.6 inrlm;SID atotnooma and pvlort accoaimodaUng 1500 panea
do want the good will of the rest of have Entrican, the painter, before duck eggs, from best American pn.inland Cratrr u wt-larger u all prorortona. clla u til appouUmeata-thu .ay .learner: ..a
of
waten the world; la June
Latin America. It would be a fool's you try. Am too busy to look you ducks and imported prize winning No. 1 Bargains LeftThe "temce
' up. Phone 636, and I will be on the English ducks; two dollars for twelve.W. Magnificent Steamers .SELNDBEE.Ot7 of Erie"aad"dry of Buffalo" f
: act indeed to barter the confidence ofa job. 1-20-tf K. Hale, Route 1, Orlando, Fla. following has been offered for Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND -Mar in to Dec.itLeateBaftalo
hemisphere for all we could gain 4-23-lw '00 P.MI. Leare Oewland ':00 P.)1.
-- sale: I. Arm.Cleveland JO A.M. AiroeBafialo 7JOA.U. s
by annexing Mexico. '
. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SALE-Fine horse. Price and No. 1. 3 acres of good land, i i5r (Eaatera Standard rifest)
"If armed intervention should be terms reasonable. Address Box CODDKUOD*it OrrcUnil for rNilJii-B ..Toledo.Detroit udinpouuT< sndSo 9
b.kT proved. 6-roora house ( im.1 bcktU reading between Badal..ad Cleveland are food for tnaaporUlionoaj oar''_
forced upon us I predict that our FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Orlando, Fla. 4-28-lw \aLl-ticket agent for bckata ma C.&B.Lme. Vnt.ua fur bandwme nioatrated booklet free.
just ever city line. Sale price $ ,
forces will be ordered home just a I hereby announce my candidacy for Kep- THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland 0.
A PRACTICAL southeast Georgia cash; or time payments $1,200, $50; .
esenUtrve from Orange county, subject tothe
., soon as constitutional order has been 0H
action of the Democratic primary to beheld farmer desires position to attend cash and monthly payments of $1 ,
j restored; and that, so far as the power June 2nd. orange groves. Has had much experience per month.
' and influence of President Wilsoncan J. H. REESE. 'manufacturing fertilizers. Best
l of references. Address M. W. Hen No. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles oat, unimproved
FOR REPRESENTATIVE 0
bring it to
pass, nothing in the
derson, 603 W. Pine street, Orlando. ; good orange land; $25 per
nature of an indemnity, either in I hereby announce my candidacy for Repes 4-26-3t acre, cash.
ntative from Orange county, subject to Your Business
try money or land, will be asked or will the action of the Democratic primary to behel4 AFTER JUNE 1st No.3. 160 acres of virgin timber, Correspondence
lady employee
be accepted. But nobody can predicthow June 211"S.. S. GRIFFIN. wishes to share her comfortable i miles out on proposed brick highway

far the influence of the vast apartment with a congenial lady. 5-reom house. 6 acres cleared.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE Should be filed so that you can turn toe
American investments Close in.
in Mexico Reasonable References This
Yielding to what appears to be the deli can be bought for $20 per act ,
which would be multiplied in value > of leading citizens in almost I exchanged. Address P. 0. Box 402! the '
every pre-
by same
4-28-lw as some are asking $75 to it .quickly and ] easily. Our business is
met of Orange county that one of the candidates : ,
being brought under the Americanflag to be nominated for Representative I $150 for. Owner is North and wants .

x might go toward rendering withdrawal be in the from primary the country election precincts of June I 2nd hereby should announce I LOST-On Church street, between money. to furnish any style of files that you mayneed

t impossible. What we do want myself a candidate. Oak Lodge and Arcade hotel, a key No. 4. 2 homesteads for sale cheap.If i
in Mexico, and throughout Central A. B. NEWTON. !. ring will with four small keys on it. Finder you are interested get particular from a 5 cent wire hook up to an elaborate -
please bring to the Arcade and
America, is-order. MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION receive reward. No. 5. "also have the cheapest
4-28-3t
office outfit made by the Globe-Wer-
"The trouble with Central Americais I hereby announce myself as a candidate 3-4 acre lot, with 3-room house in the

its proclivity for revolution. But for re-election to the office of Member of FOR RENT city of Orlando in a white section. nicke Co. or Weis Manufacturing Co.
f Board of Public Instruction, Orange County,
most Central Price $375.
American revolutionsare r.m District No. S, subject to the coming
. promoted from Europe in a regular pr nmary. Very EDWARDS FOR RENT-Permanently, unfurnished If you want any property, city or See us about any kind of office fixtures

} way of business, exactly as a real ZeHwood Fla. WM. I streets at South Lake and South country; want to rent, or have property I
very nice lower flat has five
estate scheme is ; to sell or rent, see for or necessities.,
promoted in America. me goodservice.
FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI rooms and bath and all modern con
The duty of the United Statesis hereby announce myself as a candidate I veniences. Address C. Goesswein, I .
for re-electro to the office of Supervisor of Lake
Davis.
to scrutinize each revolution by itself Registration for Orange County, subject to 4-16-tf CHADWICK W. S. BRANCH
I REAL ESTATE
and to the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, AND ,
judge whether it be be FOR
3 or 19 14. I RENT-Two office spaces in
? not morally justifiable. FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR our store at No. 9 W. Church street BUSINESS EXCHANGE

c "That duty the United States has SHERIFFI Come in and we will show you. Pierce 19 W. The Arcade Book and Music StoreiUiiMMMHIMMMMIIIHIIIIICIMMimiMMMMMIimimmiMMIItMiim
Electric Co. 3-29-tf Church St. Phone 3!B.
; now assumed. When Mr. Wilson took hereby announce myself as a candidate .
for Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the
steps to inform himself of the facts Democratic primary of June Del, 1914. The new Shelby hotel at Winter -
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regarding the Huerta coup d'etat, FOR SHERIFF FRANK GORDON. Garden is open for lease or rent. Experienced -

with a,view to passing a moral judgment party preferred. Address + I H M i 11 i 11111 M i iVi t i t MM t tM 111111111 i 1111111 111 tit Ml 11 It HI 1 t **M HThere's
I announce myself as a candidate fer the
upon the rightfulness of the de office of Sheriff of Orange County, Florida, J. L. Dillard. 4-28-4t

;" facto government in Mexico City, I he native object of to Orange the Democratic county. In primary.asking the I am votes a I

* took, it seems to me, the most far- of my fellow eituens, I pledge myself to discharge i TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- 'a Style Show Here f
reaching and fateful the duties of the office without fearor ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.
step"hich the favor to any nan for the upholding of the 4-26-tf
"
Monroe doctrine has inspired in all laws and the preservation ef peeve and good
.order in the tount,.
the process of its evolution." WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS. MISCELLANEOUS

." FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER in the YearHome
I aa a candidate for the office of Couny Every Day
WILL PAY $1.05 CASH for
Former Mayor W. H. Frecker of ; ( Orange county from Nancy
linelecixd
died i District %. I promise to serve the Hall and Porto Rico yam potato
Tampa Wednesday night at the I people to the beet of my ability, having resided slips, fifty to the bunch. Apopka
Halcyon sanitarium after an illness here a number of years I am qualified Plant Co., Apopka, Fla. 4-24-6t
to know the needs of the section and
#: of less than ten days. He was a familiar the people.
will find visit
We insure life makers a through our
figure in politics in Tampa and .. Respectfully. your and loan you
A. a STARBIRD
money on real ,estate at 6 per cent
}t was always active in behalf of movements Apopka, Fla.FOR COMMISSIONER interest: Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,, big store an interesting treat. We have here the

for the public good, as he saw I hereby announce nyrelf a candidate for Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
it. He will be missed. re-election as Commissioner from District :No. 3-25-d&wtf
greatly 3, Orange county, Florida, subject to the most delightful of necessities for the furnishingof
r action ef the Democratic primary to be held First class Brazing a specialty at

i Effective on May 1 Leesburg is to June 2nd 1914. J. L. DILLARD. Warman's Repair Shop o.t Court St.
C : 12-5-tf. the modern home.
have an all day electric current. FOR COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
re-election as County Commissioner from I SEED SEED! SEED!
District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to'' Garden and field seed. DeLaney &

% flYOMEl HOT the support action will of be the greatly primary appreciated.of June 2nd. Your Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-t: We specialize in high-grade furniture at a

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hereby FOR COUNTY announce myself COMMISSIONERI as a candidatefor Warman's Repair Shop. 12.5-tf. moderate price. We invite you to come in and

IN FIVE MINUnSYOU [ County Commissioner, Orange County
&: District Four, subject to the action of 1 el 1 T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
Democratic primary. June tad, 1914. I will 12, Orlando. 3-5-tf look over the display.
BREATHE IT greatly appreciate your support
. Yours truly
If your head is all stuffed up froma C. J. SWEET. NEWS VALUE OF ADVERTISING
cold or catarrh, you suffer with Pine Castle Fla.
dull headaches and seem lacking in \j. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Readers of the Sentinel who make
tality, or are constantly sniffing I announce myself as a candidate for reelection a practice of studying the advertising PRICES RIGHT T GOODS RIGHT TERMS RiGHT .
and need to the office of County Commissioner
coughing, you a remedy Orange County, District Five, subjectto can testify to the remarkable
that will give the quickest, most effective the decision of the Democratic primary. amount of
interesting and reliable information
a and lasting relief possiblesomething Jane 2nd, 1914. -
that will go right to the Respectfully they acquire.It .
spot, clear the head and throat and Ft Christmas, Fla. E. L. BROWN is a form of education which

end Surely your use misery.Hyomei-all druggistssell FOR TAX ASSESSOR many readers follow quite unconsciously rt t

it. It is just such a remedy, and I hereby announce my candidacy for the but none the less to their
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sobjert
a distinct KincaidSnowden
is entirely harmless and pleasant to to the action of the Demoaraite primary' advantage.A .
'w use-you breathe it-no stomach cued for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and period of fifteen minutes
a day
a dosing. elected I pledge you my faithful service.
The antiseptic oils of Hyomei mix ARTHUR BUTT. devoted to reading of advertisements g

ij with the air you breathe-its health FOR COUNTY TREASURES is as surely productive of results as
giving medication immediately reaches I hereby announce myself a candidate for is the same amount of time devotee
the sore and inflamed mucous Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the ORlANDO'S I lOW PRICE FURNITURE HOUSE
?: membrane-you feel better in five Democratic primary of June 2nd 1911. to reading Dr. Eliot's famous five fee
J. H. TUCKER.
of books-and perhaps the results
minutes. It is practically impossible : are
to use Hyomei and not only berelieved FOR TAX more immediately practical and
COLLECTORau help-
., but permanently bnefit feel. I re-election hereby aaaoanee to the office of Tax CoDectorof .c1idatefar fuL S Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida |

,, McElroy's Pharmacy will refund Orange County, object to the Democratic Not to take advantage 1
your money if you are not satisfied. primary to be held June tad, Hit If re- of adver 8 fl
Ask for the complete outfit$1.00 elected I pledge to you my faithful service Using is to neglect a plain duty to

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EVERY ROOM WITH BATH OAK LODGE, ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.

' NICE AW NEW. iL50 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to
$1.00 A DAY MEALS 50 CENTS
$5.HPElt WEEK FOR SINGLE ROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

Inquire at office for low weekly and monthly rates for the
$26.00 to $24.00 A 1tONTH.
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CAPTURED[ BY FOES[ I COW PEASWe HOMEOwner .: THE MARKETOf

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Has Been Seized Four Times Prior to leaves for the northMay :

the Time Uncle Sam ,TookIt .., 15th and has instructed : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
have a limited supply IRON AND BRABHAM
sacrifice
on April 21 us to 'the property. :
COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming Located on Main street in'' AND SALT MEATS

Washington, April 27-The fever i quantity desired. Price sure right. high-class neigborhood. Lot'' FISH AND GAME 1
port of Vera Cruz had been capturedfour 77x225 feet. Nine large
times before Uncle Sam seized it I' Also have to offer in any quantity Bean, Cuke and rooms and bath, garage nnd Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

on April 21. Once it fell to General, servants house. The homeis
Potato hampers at 9 1-2 cents. We constantly full
a '
Winfield Scott, once to the allied : carry completely furnished and Everything screened away from th? :es, and kept fresh

forces of France, England and Spain, : line of crate material of all kinds. surrounded with beautiful and pure. aWe
and twice to the buccaneers of the '
Spanish Main.It Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car shade trees. Owner has occupied invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

was March 7, 1847, when the riers,etc., Phones 181.191.F. the property and received everything in the Meat Line. M
fleet bearing General Scott and his an income of$100 per
little army appeared off Mexico's seaport month from furnishod rooms t

The troops landed without F. Dutton for the past six: months. Reas The PARLOR MARKET
much trouble after the city had been onable terms if neeessary. .

bombarded, but it took a sanguinary I SANFORD, FLORIDA I This is a fine location for a :
siege of thirteen days to capture the i: 429lm.MillHIIHilMMIHittMIMHIMetMDiaeiMMCMIH. rooming house.Cooper a M. Self & Co.
defenses. Trenches were dug and
regular operations conducted. I PINE STREET
So our troops this time commence I: I Atha )
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The crowning insult was President I II
Miramon's seizure of $630,000 in spe- I
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Britain, France, Spain and Prussia Just arrived car load 8-room : : :
decided to move. Meantime, the great HandsHow
Benito Juarez, the General FORDS for immediate House 2 doors : :

ton of Mexico, was WaShing-I I west of Wyoming -;
volt in the north. He delivery. ? By furnishing you witha

amon, but th eforeign troops kept on I Hotel. Bare
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their way. On December 14, 1861, Get yours now : perfect our representative -

Vera Cruz was seized by a Spanish a' gain. call on you. He will give you a
force under General Prim. The result F. G. RUSH,
was the elevation of Maximilianto i formula that will make and mature
the throne and, after the European Phone 226 A. L. Bentley
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troops had been withdrawn, the unfortunate your fruit.
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Austrian's execution.The 10 L AMELIA AVENUE :.
pirates with force equal. to a' .
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respectable in 1683. They army captured burned, Vera slew Cruz and G -

robbed for many days before they T Soutilerli r Felhlillzell r Co.
were driven to their ships. In ,1712
the notorious buccaneere kings lau- I pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy
Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato
rent and Van Horn seized the port plants. P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Cas- '. ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
and held it ten days. They killed tle, Fla. 4-2MOt
hundreds of Mexicans, carried IMttlHIIIIIHHIi I Ie II III II III II illltltMMIMMIt
women captive and did an immense away Who is your painter and decorator! ___ __ ____ __ __
If you are satisfied keep the one you Sentinel want advertising serves) The Sentinel is the newsiest and
of
amount damage. I have if not, phone W. T. Entrican I
To this day the nurse girl of Vera No. 636.; 1-20-tf the seeker and the offerer equally. (best printed daily in Central Florida.

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(From the-Gainesville Sun. ) DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND M. SLEMONSNew

4 The public school at Fort Ogden .
has closed after a most successful SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

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The annual district convention of Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer.SOUTH, ATLANTIC LIMITED Goods
Lr Orlando. A. C. L.......12:21 am 3:1 pm I Y Orlando ........................ 3:13pm Arriving Daily
the Baptist Young People's Union of r Jacksonville A. C. L... Crfiam 7:30 pm r JacksonvilleT ..................... 7:30pm
south Florida will be held in St. Petersburg T Jacksonville, A. C. L... t:3liam 85 pm Jacksonville, A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
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Waycross. A. C. L..11:50 am 105 pm v Waycross A. C. L .10:20pm
on May 7 and 8. Macon. G. S. &: F....... 6lSpm 4:15am r Macon. G. S. A; F. .............. 3:46 am
f I I I. Atlanta C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7:25.. r Atlanta. C. of Ca. .............. IMua
r Kno ille. L. A; N. ..............1Z:19pmr
The splendid new Royal theater in' r Chattanooga W. ft: A..1ZlIam 11:55 am Corbin. LAN.; ................ 3:16pm
r Nashville, N. C. &; St. L 4:50 am 4:3Opm r Louisville, L. A; N. .............. 9:00pm (
Tarpon Springs was opened to the r Indianapolis. vL L. ..-.......... 1:50
Ar St Louis LC.AL.AN. 2:50 7:20 am
public last night, when the great spectacular : ; pm am Ar Lexington LAN.; ............. 6:50pm We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
presentation of "The Last Ar Hopkinsville, L. ft N........... I:21 pm Ar Cineinanti. LAN' ............. 8:60 pm
Days of Pompeii" was given in eight Ar Evanirille, L. A N..... 9:28 am 925pm r Kalamazoo G. R. &; L ..........12:20pm made by Schloss Bros, of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Ar Terre Haute, C. ft E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am r Grand Rapids G. R. A L ....... 2:43pm
reels. The Progressive says: "The Ar Chicago, C. A; E. L..... 6SOpm 1:50am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7:15am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
Royal theater, just opened, is the
most up to date and convenient play I I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
house in the .state.1* drawing-room Solid train composed of electric lighted
I & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
drawing-room Pullman
can and dining car between Jacksonville and sleeping car and coaches -
I Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
A new and handsome school house, ar between Jacksonville and St LouiLDIXIE 'Jacksonville, Louisville and Indianapolis;
to cost some $12,000 or $15,000, is I' FLYER 'through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
promised by those in charge of edu- Solid train carrying electric lighted eom. Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear between
cation affairs, while the Masons will ighted artment section observation drawing-room sleepers sleeper'and eleetlie First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays W. M. SLEMONSORANGE
erect on the fine corner lot recently lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear ,
I erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
purchased a buliding of not less than .
three stories and to cost from $6,000 FOR PULLMAN RESEBYAT10NS AND INFORMATION. WRITE OR CALL ON
t to$10,000.-Monticello Note in Times-. W. R. O'NEAL City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depet Tfcktt Ageit.

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A ,quiet "wedding occurred. .' It at" 'St.Luke's .| : V v v r Ll
; Cathedral on. Monday. morning : '
> I ,. but thoogn the Sentinel .knew
thereof,.:the desire of'.the bride: and
groom that it be 'not published until l
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SM after their departure,yesterday after- '"
noon was heeded. !
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THE STATE BANK. 'OiF MlANDOTHE residents, coming with her relatives. !
", '" i: 1 to the Buxton. 'residence' on Lucerne. }
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S '. Mr, Loomis,C..paulding, of Poult- 'of': : 'I I I'. .
TURNING POINT: t ney, 'Vermont, is the, groom. .,. .and the ;"' .... .. .. :. .. ::
ceremony was' performed, by: fiev. & ;.. '.. :' .' c t. I;::: ; '
: The turning point in more than onel;. usiness. R.. Remsen. Only the'relatives ,and .,: / '& .

career has hinged on the possession,.of.as lit 'a house guest were present, MrrWellsgiving f( : :. .
: the bride away_ and!signing ,
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: with Senator Buxton as 'of # # MF
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'Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding.lef ,on stands for the protection of life
launched on as little as $109.
north Bound train.yesferdax i .
1liuI and of American Citizens
) property
To save $100 is an easy task for.anyone with noo for Poultneyi, Vernrtnt.;\ t;. I

a steady job and good health Then why delay? .. .' 1J i'. 4 ) 1111111 everywhere !
0. 0-K ANNE ER (RV hilly, and
)Make haste to accumulate your first hundred, L', CE.*'.
'BRATIOlTr ,
{ dollars-it will be the turning point. in. 'your' 1-, .,.' ...,: .''r.*' i &:K. the same Government protects
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life for it will make easy the saving of the:second ; At, 10:30 today, at the Orlando.fairground their finances when entrusted to ,:

and other hundreds. START. TODAY. f : A, cordial, fraternaffinvitatioVis ; : 7JIN ,. to this "National" Bank, which is I '
extended. to every on -men,
.. women and children. The* banks, : .. under Government supervision ::::.
merchants and newspapers of the city! L: : :;
have been very generous in th ir con 1':
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seen in program which was printedin .: '.
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son,has said "no," but all these good .
people have appeared to contribute t ;:::: y; : h}(J& X.
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MRS. MCELROY ENTERTAINS MRS.CARR ENTERTAINED TUESDAY sincere thanks. forte, same and' v I .'-, Ii .. . '., _. .. \ .',
t FOR MRS. CAMPBELLMrs. BRIDGE CLUB hope they will come 'and 'enjoy the "

{ Charles Campbell, who' leaves Mrs. Forrest 'Dabney' Carr charm occasion.. P. B. WICOFF' -, I ,"iD; ; k : (

the latter part of the week for a sum-j ingly entertained the' T. B. club. at .. Chairman Committee. 1J0
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a pretty party on Monday, Mrs. J. N. : tables of regular players, Mesdames CALL MEETING U. I)., C. i ..

McElroy, being hostess and the other Woodruff, Spencer, Hauselt,' Dolive, .. .. .. .. .. _
:* guests the members of the Saturday! Bradshaw, ,Miss KilmU and the. hos- A meeting of Annie Coleman Chap- {::: '::; '.::: ;<1tl; ?: ':,.: '.. .. : .. :::....:.. :.... .' '. ", : :....... : 1.:" : :/: .x -' "1
.;' Auction Bridge club. j jf tess, and one table ,jpests, Mesdames '- ter U. D. C. s called for Friday:after .
Of the six tables of players the I Howe LawtonJfBmitti, and noon at'the home of Mrs. S. G. Dolive -
highest number of points was' made I,Miss Hudson being iniaW\dance. at 3 o'clock, to discuss the moving of MAY DAY TO OBSERVED: BY DEATH OF LITTLE HARRIET EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE TO

by Mrs. J. B. Lawton,:Sr., and the I A pretty Japanese 1},;.. wer basket, a veteran's resting place;"Change of CATHEDRAL...SCHOOL. I BORTREE HAVE BANQUETThe t
lowest by Mrs. Robert Howe. Both I the guest prize, was won by Miss date of regular' May meeting, and Little Harriet Bortree, Mrs. James
received dainty prizes, and Mrs.I Hudson. election of delegates to the state cpn- May Day will be celebrated by stu- Bortree's 16 months' old baby, died 'members of the Orlando',Equal
t Campbell was also given a pretty: Lae.in. the afternoon the card 'tables vention. Every member is urged to dents of the Cathedral school, and the yesterday morning after a brief at- Suffrage League and the Men's(Equal
gift : were cleared, and ice cream, cake attend this important*. meeting'and be public: is invited to the pretty outdoor tack of'spinal meningitis. The deep Suffrage League anticipate a very delightful -
The flowers used were particularly i and salted nuts were served. prompt. .* ; program which will be given on sympathy, of our town is with Mrs. gathering on Thursday'evening -
) beautiful, and the exquisite pink roses I The club will meet next with Mrs.S. By, order of of'President' .Deaconess the campus at five o'clock Friday af Bortree in her great sorrow, this loss when they will banquet |t the
which formed the chief' decoration,1 :G. Dolive:,, Parkhill. .r j ternoon. A Maypole will be twined following closely upon the death of Empire hotel Speeches will be onade,
were cut from Mrs. McEir y's gardens -' .. Mrs. Bliss, Secretary.. with ribbons and several dances giv- her husband. I and the affair promises to bJ both
&4'r Harry Rollins has moved his barbershop en. The affair is'under the'direction A brief service will be held at noon interesting and enjoyable. I I
Punch was served during the.rftr-- 1:r from East Pine street to Boone Senator Fletche will make the first of Misses Zilah Shepherd and Eloise today, Mrs. Bortree leaving on the ,

.. noon,,and later the hostess.; aided by I I street,.,.across from Hammond & political ,speech of. the campaign, in Gassman.. afternoon train for South Carolina,!! Hear Senator Fletcher at O ando y
her" two daughters-in-law, Mrs. .Sylvan Bunch company. 4-26-2w Orlando, appearing at the Orlando '" i' where the burial will be beside her opera house tonight. j
and Mrs. Merle McElroy, served! opera house tonight! Don't. Jail to I I Hear ,Senator Fletcher} at Orlando husband's grave, near his former
ices. cakes and, bon-bons. 'I I Subscribe for the Sentinel. hear him. opera house tonight home. Try 'the Sentinel Job Department

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

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White Wash Silk Waists, Low neck, Rag- low flat collar soft sleeves .
beautiful quality, Sailor collar, long scolloped
Double ruffle down front. Plain Voiles Embroideried.. trimmed,
lan sleeves, ,
sleeves.
? shadow lace feschue, long Regular Price $J.50 r
Regular Price $2.50 Regular Price 700. corded. Raglan sleeus.
Sale 1 Price $3 29 t
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Heavy White Wash India Silk, Raglan neck, prettily trimmed with fine tucks '
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cuffs and front trimmed with Plain tailored FRENCH COLLAR AND ') .
down Regular Price $..:.0.
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Prices $4.75 5.00 $6.00 Sale Price 1.69Embroidered '
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; Fancy Silk Waist, Drop Shoulders, low 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 '

cuffs, fine tucks, back and front. front. sleeves Sale.. Price, 79c ;

r, .- Regular Price $1.95Sale ,Regular Price $8.00 "" Regular Price $1.50 : l l4

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