The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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i 1RESS MESSAGES HAVE CEASED Fort Lauderdale Editor Writes That First Political Speaking of the County BERETS MOVING ON 10 THE CAPITAL

Courtesies of Town Will Be
Campaign Heard by Large .



Miami by auto receives county campaign was heard by a
ment in some form, and the idea is largo gathering at Lake Pickett yesterday -
growing in possibilities as the daysgo the occasion being a picnic AND HUERTA PROCEED

; by. TUREOFTHECOUNTYSUPERINTENDENT STREETS TO BE KEPT given by the people of that vicinity.
Tokio 1. Wireless
Japan, May -
calls for assistance from the Pacific Mr. J. P. Holbrook, chairman of I WET The spot is an ideal place for suchan I Washington, May 1.-(Special.)-

Mail, Line steamer Siberia heard on the committee, yesterday received a I affair, being shaded by a delightful Administration officials have seized
the Japanese coast today indicated letter from Mr. Wm. M. Heine, editor A decision has just been rendered Because the dust nuisance is be- grove on the banks of Lake Draw- upon the refusal of Carranza to agreeto

that she was in grave peril off the i of the Fort Lauderdale Herald, by the supreme court in a case takenup coming more annoying than it has dy. Lake Pickett, from which the an armistice in internal Mexico as

coast of Formosa. The liner left San in which he says that the people of from Marion county, which is so been, due in some measure doubt- : place takes its name, is some distance a possible solution of the problem

Francisco April '7 for Manila. She that town will entertain the visitorsin similar to one which was in the circuit less to the torn up condition of the away and a much larger sheet of confronting the United States. Theyare

carries seventy-one saloon passen- the warmest manner, and will take court from Orange county that streets on account of the sewer work, water. The Kissimmee Valley exten- watching the movement of Carranza's -

gers, including ,Mrs. Francis Burton pleasure in showing them the Ever it will probably prove interesting. some of the merchants are interestedin sion of the Flagler system goes troops southward toward

Harrison, wife of the governor general glades, Lake Okeechobee and New At the first meeting of the school starting a movement to secure spe- through this section, and is expectedto Mexico City with the hope that he

of the Philippines. The Siberia River Inlet. board .in November the county school cial sprinkler service on the business operate as great developer of its will crush Huerta and end the con

has 521 passengers aboard and a Mr. John Cook, captain of the superintendent, Dr. J. F. McKinnon, streets. fertile acres. The land about the station troversy.In .
refused to sign the warrants for the lies well for the of In this event the administration's
large crew. party, is now on a scout trip making :Mr. V. W. Estes initiated the move- building
The, exact nature of the acciden arrangements for the necessary hote 1 payment of the grammar schoolteachers ment and conferred with Commissioner large town, and it is no far fetched Mexican difficulties will disappear in
in the Orlando school, ands conclusion that it will to such thin air, at least until another revolution
has not yet been determined, nor have accommodations and looking after S. A. Johnson in regard to secur- grow
any details been received here up to other preliminaries. Several the school board ordered the county ing the service. Because the city proportions in the course of a few foments.

a late hour tonight. have been added to the list already treasurer to pay these warrants with has but one sprinkler and for the years. How long Huerta will permit the

3 An early report said the liner was published, including Mrs. L C. Mas out the superintendent's signature, further reason that he regarded the The crowd assembled here yester present situation to exist is creating

;? "sinking," while a later message con sey, Mrs. E. A. Thomas, and Mrs the chairman of, the board having matter as one involving the questionof day came from Fort Christmas, Chu- apprehension at Washington. Car

I veyed the information that she was Forrest Dabnoy Carr, who will have signed them. special privilege to the businessmen luota, Geneva, Oviedo, Sanford and ranza, it is pointed out here tonight,

'ashore" six miles off the southeas a car each to be filled with theirfriends. The refusal of the superintendento the commissioner is said to have Orlando. Lake Pickett is near the is well within his rights to refuse.an
armistice between himself and Huerta.
mainland of Formosa Island. sign the warrants grew out of a told :Mr. Estes that he would readily county line, and has been a popular
The Peace
e The Japanese government dis More than fifty people have been controversy between that official and put on the special service if the merchants gathering place for the towns men Hague Tribunal itself
is for the that
patched the steamer Kanto Marup booked for the trip and it would not the trustees of. the Orlando school would raise a fund for it. tioned for many years. authority ruling me-

from Formosa to the succor of th be surprising to see the party increased on account of double daily session With this in view Mr. Estes will The exercises were opened by County diation can go on hand in hand with
warfare, but the A. B. C. mediators
Siberia I as soon as the news of he r to a full'hundred by the day which the trustees had ordered in the begin Monday a subscription list, the Commissioner Brown from the I the other hand
on are moving
trouble was received. of departure, Monday, May 18. grammar school to accommodate the rate being fixed at one dollar a mont! Fort Christmas district., He first introduced -I
and earth to
t Among the passengers on the Siberia overflow attendance. The superin for each store. The commissione Mr. M. 0. Overstreet, chairman secure an agreement to
armed truce from the constitution-
besides Mrs. Harrison is Mrs tendent's contention was that the has said that another sprinkler woul: of the board of county commissioners an

i John B.,'Rentiers, wife of the new WOUlD [STABLISU H' NOME[ [fOR teachers in the grammar school s be put; in service without,.delay provided t' who spoke.at .some length in the alists general, believing pacification this is of essential Mexico.Ito
British consul at Manila. Mrs. Harrison were not entitled to full pay becaus'ethey the merchants and other busi reviewing the work of the board. He
This is in line with the
came to Japan from Manila for HOBOS[ IN ORlANDORev. were not making a full schoo 1 ness men signify unanimity of de told of the financial managementwhich diation which original embodied me;
a short visit. She, embarked on the day according to the legal definition, sire in this respect. The special service had placed the county in the proposal was
Siberia at Yokohama.The which called for five hours exclusivof will be extended beyond the busi front rank of Florida counties, and in the hope that peace in internal

Siberia, Captain Zeeder, be: Mr. Willis Appears Before recess. For this reason he withheld ness districts if the residents of any: referred to the bond issue from the Mexico as well as the adjustment of
the differences
longs to the Pacific Mail Steamshi Council and Asks for an his signature from the warrants given block nearby care to subscribe. sale of which it is the purpose of the the United between Huerta and
States. Until this
Line and plies between San Francisco, The county treasurer would not pay I :Mr. Estes said last night that a board to build a system of hard roads. matteris
Honolulu, Yokohama and Hong Kong Appropriation the warrants until mandamus I definitely settled mediation hangs
proceedings large percentage of the prevailing ills Mr. Overstreet said the board was
She left San Francisco on April 7 and had been brought before about town was due to dust and not h- composed of conscientious men and in the balance and mediation is at a

on April 29 put out from Nagasakifor Orlando is to have a home for ho-!I Judge James Perkins of the circuit ng' else. "I will gladly pay the nom- he believed the county could do no i standstill. .

Manila' by way of Hong Kong. boes if the plans of the Rev. Mr. court, and the judge ordered the inal price fixed by Mr. Johnson for better than to keep the present members -
The Siberia is of 5,655 tons burden Willis are carried out. payment without further ado. With the protection of my children if for I in office. While casting this REBELS MARCHING ONTAMPICO
and was built at Newport News, Va. Mr. Willis this authority behind him the treas- FOR ATTACK
appeared before the city no other reason, said Mr. Estes, "to bouquet he modestly excepted himself
She is supplied with wireless. council yesterday and stated it to bhis urer then cashed the warrants, but no say nothing of the comfort in the but the applause which ho re-
According to advices here the vest desire to provide a home for the appeal was taken to the supreme store. It is impossible fora mer- ceived was evidence that the audiencewas Washington, May l.-(Special.)-
is six miles from the mainland. A The state department and mediators
sel unemployed, and asked that the court. chant to dress
city a show case or a win. ready to include him in all the
i wireless station on the Japanese coast grant an appropriation of $35 a In a similar case recently takenup dow with any effect now because of good things he had said about the have been officially informed that the
e 'picked ,up distress signals sent from month to the cause. He said he expected from Marion the supreme court the dust. others. constitutionalists instead of agreeingto

x the Siberia by wireless to the American to appear before the county sustained the refusal of the judge of There has been general complaint The candidates for the legislaturewere an armistice are marching on Tam-

+ steamship Minnesota, which. was commissioners with a similar request.i I that circuit to grant a mandamus.The during the past week or two of the next introduced in the following pico with artillery and are on the

on the way to Nagasaki. The matter was taken under advisement judgment of Judge Bullock and dust, and the movement to collect a order: J. H. Reese, A. B. Newton, verge of beginning a campaign
Siberia also was in communication against Huerta from
The to the
supreme court were contrary to special subscription for the special C. P. Dickinson and S. S. Griffin. All
: with the British cruiser Mino- City Treasurer S. Waters Howe the decision of Judge Perkins, and service will likely meet instant re- spoke briefly, referring to the things Mexican capital.
v tauer. made his monthly balance Superintendent McKinnon holds that The first point of attack willbe at
report showing sponse. done and what they hoped to accom-
George W. Guthrie the Americanambassador Saltillo, where Huerta is massing
April 1 of $7,831.45; receipts Judge Perkins's decision has been vir- plish if sent to the legislature. Mr.
to Japan; as soon as he troops. This appears to be Carran-
for the reversed
month, by
$11,178.44; disburse- supreme court. BRYAN TREATS WITII HUERTATO J. H. Tucker, the county treasurer
heard of the condition of the Siberiarequested ments, with vouchers attached, of The superintendent has consistently PROTECT PROPERTY and candidate to succeed himself za's answer to the request of the me-
the Japanese foreign pfficeto refused the diators that he agree to the pacification -
$2,602.09; balance May 1, $8,576.35.The to sign warrants for the gave a neat speech in which he told
Send a warship to her aid. Hewas' council received and approveda six months Hof tho term and has two Washington, May 1.-Special.- of his record in the office.A of Mexico by mediation. :

':0. informed that the government, plat of twelve lots known as the months more of school. He stated Efforts the
conjointly by United
fine barbecue dinner sandwiched
4i, having already learned of the accident Max Isen subdivision, lying between last night that he would continue to States and Great Britain for the HUERTA RELEASES AMERICAN
pro- in between the speeches and a
v had sent the Kanto Maru from South and Lemon streets. refuse to sign the warrants, feelingtho CONDEMNED TO DEATH
tection of the oil interests of Mexico
heavy rain came up after dinner, and
j Formosa. The Kanto Maru got. un-. The deed from J. P. Musselwhi more fortified in his position since were tonight
suspended following for this reason the other candidatesdid
*" 'der....way.. early today. for the east portion of the Eola park he received a copy of the decision in their publication in the press. Further not get a chance to address the Vera Cruz, May 1.-(Special)-
.R ine Japanese navy aepanmeni nasreceived tract was received. This matter- has: the Marion county case. negotiations with this object in voters. Dr. Edward W. Ryan, who was arrested .

and made public the following been delayed for some time, and the I The decision was written by Justice view have been taken up directly by in Zacatecas and condemned

dispatch: councilmen, were glad to have i it Whitfield, as follows: Secretary Bryan with Huerta and the Commissioner Brown concluded the to death on the charge of being a
"The governor general of Formosa closed up. An alternative writ of mandamuswas constitutionalist leaders.BASEBALL speech making in a witty talk concerning spy, was released today and is now on
cables that a Japanese cruiser on her An application from the residentsin issued in the circuit court com- his own service on the county his Kvay'to Mexico City from whencehe

way ,to the Okinawa Island off 'the the neighborhood of Robinson and manding the county treasurer to paya board.A will come to Vera Cruz. Huerta
school RESULTS
Island ,of Kiushiu, reports .that the Hyer streets for an arc light was referred relator county, or to show warrant cause held for not by the do long table and a pavilion had has agreed to insure Ryan's safe pay-

Pacific Mail steamer Siberia met dis- to Commissioner Clark Robertson ing so. The warrant was by the National been erected for the occasion by Mr. age out of Mexico. The release of
aster this morning in longitude 121.10 with power to act. county board of public instruction ordered 6 Boyd, who owns a turpentine still Ryan was brought about through te
Philadelphia 8.
east, latitude 22.40 north. She sent Plans for to be drawn and was drawn ansigned near by and the barbecue was fur efforts of Consul Canada at Vera
'the new school buildingat ,
by the chairman of the board.The Boston 2, New York 11.
.repeated signals of distress which Magnolia and Livingston were received return by answer avers that by Pittsburg 4, Cnicinnati 2. nished by Messrs. Bob Parker and A. Cruz, who wired Huerta upon receiptof

finally became indistinct. No details and a building permit issue section 142 of the General Statutes, ,Chicago 0, St. Louis 2. P. Gor An orchestra was on handto news that Ryan was in jail and
of the disaster are known. The Kan Foundation work was begun at once. "the state superintendent of public furnish music for a dance and a about to be shot. Huerta immediately -
to Maru has been ordered to the instruction is charged with the duty, American League baseball game had been arranged,. ordered Ryan's release.
among other things, of prescribing'regulations Detroit ,
scene, declared that the Siberia was in no for the management oi but the rain interfered with these diversions
The ,Siberia left Yokohama April trouble. This message was taken to I I I the department of public instruction;' St. Louis 3, Cleveland 2. and many of the young people CIVIL GOVERNOR OF VERA CRUZ
27 and Nagasaki April 29 for Manila. mean that the ship was proceeding on'I'and that the state department of pu bNew York 6, Boston 0. were consequently disappointed.i RELIEVED BY FUNSTON

She'hid a Jlassenger-list of seventyone her course. Further confirmation of tic instruction of public and instruction the state have superintendent or- Philadelphia 7, Washington 6. In sipte of the rain, however, it wasa -
persons in the first cabin, the wireless was received from the I dered and required that all warrants Federal League day of rare pleasure for those who Washington, May 1.-(Special)-
about fifty, in the second and 400 in captain of the Siberia in another I issued by and under authority of the Chicago 3, Pittsburg 1. attended. Those going from Orlando' Kerr was today relieved as civil governor

the steerage: Sho is in command'of aerogram received from the United i county boards of public instruction in St. Louis 1, Brooklyn 2. were Arthur Butt, Frank Gordon, W. of Vera Cruz by General Fun-
the of Florida
state shall not be
I only
Captain Zeeder and carries a crew oft I States ship Galveston. The message I signed by the chairman of the board, Kansas City 0, Baltimore 3. E. Martin, William Martin, Sam Griffin ston. Secretary Garrison tonight declared -

about 200 men from the Galveston says she had been i but shall also be countersigned by the Indianapolis 10, Buffalo 11. Wilbur Tilden, Josiah Ferris,, the fact that Kerr is an antf-

in communication with the Siberia I county superintendent of public instruction Southern League Charlie Bumby, Phil Slemons, GeorgeMcCulloch Wilson man had nothing to do with

(SIBERIA. REPORTED SAFE AND and the vessel was reported.safe and 1 I and as county, as secretary superintendent of such;board" and Chattanooga 7, Memphis 2. J. H. Reese, C. P. Dickinson his removal The secretary said that

a PROCEEDING. ON HER WAY on her: way. Nothing was said in the 1 that the warrant was not counter Nashville 13, Atlanta 10. A. B. Newton, Whitney Wright while he had the army in charge he

After the.story above was in the dispatch to indicate the nature of the I signed by the county superintendentof Birmingham 7, Montgomery 2. Jas. E. Crawford, F. A. Wallace, H would have men directly responsible
k forms the following message was received accident to the liner. i iI public instruction of the county, Mobile 2, New Orleans 0. S. Partin, Gco. Crawford, D. W. Par- to him in places of importance.
and as ex-officio secretary of the.
at: r o'clock this. morning:' I board 'of public instruction for the 1 I South Atlantic League tin, C. M. Brodwater, F. H. Williams,,

Manila, May t.-(Special)-The Keep in mind those 50 cent books.i county. In an agreed statement it is Savannah 5, Jacksonville 3. Edgar Robinson, Paul Carlton, M. M.. THE WEATHER

I government''wireless stations here to Many new issues, including "The: stipulated "that all statements of fact j I Albany 3, August 2., Smith, M. 0. Overstreet, Mr. and Mrs. -

day picked up. an aerogram, from. .the. Harvester" Curtis- &."O'Neal. next i made. are in tree the."answer The alternative of the respondIent writ t! Macon 9, Charleston 3. J. H. Tucker, Mrs. Phillips, V. WFlorida: Generally. fair.Saturdayand ,

} captain of the Siberia.", The .message postoffice. (Continued on page 4) I Columbus 8, Columbia 0. Estes and T. Picton Warlow. Sunday .

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How New Management i

B. G. BENSON, Owner and Manager .
Would You

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Better Yourself?


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

we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis\ of ; Today I.

' superior goods, courtetus attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
are .all right, then why not put us to the test. "Broken lives," in two parts. A Pathe f Jturt

duction and all that is necessary to assure one of i.p .Faust

This Way and well acted story. f

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: Your doctor gives a prescription..He did it after carefully diagnosing your I 1
Weaker Essanay .
"The Strength, a powerful : --,
3 case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
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; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would bye i !t
"Measure ot a Man Lubin drama.
saved the trouble of going to your doctor again. ,

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NOT THE DOCTORS FAULT A very clever bill and very go:>j music by


? But we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugs

h of high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas "THAT"i

your doctor wrote it.Don't. :

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That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost maybe

I dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peo- s 4 j ; For Economy and Purchase Pow.

r.y pIe, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortu '-f .
er of your money, "Try 'Vnght's"A
nate-it chanoes this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take F '

i these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug businessPeople Farm.
r; who live out of town may mail us their 'orders-we pay postage. s, Is it Citrus land of Quality

;, The picture will tell the story,

i "Yes," Price tells the Bargain.

f rt DeLaney & Abernethy d5 340 ACRES GOOD LAND

Next Door lOc Store. Orlando, Florida. 40 Acres under fence, 200 good orange

r P trees, two story house, barn,

>; best of water, three lakes. Snap

nurs an tt ire sale.
FELLSMERE BY CAR LOAD 'OAL1'LtiQ FLl1Ftm1' f ti bargain

Fellsmere, Fla., April 30.-With the SaleOF

G ..c: ose of the winter season business Special

& men of this little city have had an

opportuntiy.to review the progress of

the last year, and to congratulate
Orlando Bank & Trust Co
themselves on a very successful sea-
son in every respect. The permanent
population of the town has more than Statement at Close of Business April 11, 19101
s, doubled, the surrounding country RangesRealizing .
showing an even greater ratio of in- RESOURCES
crease. Real Estate, Furniture and Fin.res .. .$ 26,437.37
An electric light plant
M satisfactory commercial and domestic Loans and Discounts ... .. ... .. .. .. .. 378,166.14 .
service and good street lights, is firm- Overdrafts .. . .. . . . . 1,225.23
ly established. The ice plant startedin Stocks and Bonds . .. .. .. .. 26,018.33
late winter is running smoothly Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02 I
that is the best time to in Gas
and not only serving the needs of the now put a

town, but shipping to nearby points, Range, so as to get the benefit of it during the hot weather $901,906.09 I
having established warehouses sA LIABILITIES
convenient locations. we are offering our entire stock of Ranges at a great Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

Hotel accommodations have im reduction during the next two weeks. Re-Discounts .. .. .. .. ... . .. ... None
proved, the latest addition to the list Btlls payable .. . .. . . .. .. . None
being the Hotel Patterson. It is un- Our proposition is this:
derstood that Northern capitalists DeptItts .. .. .. .. .. ... .. . 770,793.72
If you already have service pipes in jour house we
n are seriously considering building a Due to Banks and Bankers ... . . .. 2,832.59
fine modem hotel to meet a rapidly will give you

approaching necessity for increased \ 904906.09
accommodations. Business houses of
various lines have been establishedand 20
per cent offon Deposits March 4, 1914 ... .. ... .. .. .. .$649,484.91
are flourishing.
Work on the drainage system has Deposits April 11th, 191t . .. ... .. 770,793.72

progressed rapidly, many thousandsof any range in the house. : Increase iD 37 days . .. ... . .. 121,308.81
acres being now ready for cultivation If your service is not already in will :
? north, south, and west of Fells- we give ytu I Deposits Dee. 31, 1913 . .. .. .. .. .. 521,167.38

y mere, with a large area to be made Deposits April llth, 1914 . . .. . 770,793.72
available the 10 cent offand
during per
summer. Increase in 100 days .. ... . ... 249,626.34
Fellsmere tomatoes are now mov-
ing daily in car lots, and commanding install the service (up to 60 feet.) months.
in 3
Increase of quarter of a million in deposits
a good market price. Overtime is S The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
1 the rule at the packing house, which
Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
presents a scene of hustling activity
friends and customers for making such a statement pos
every day. Beans, eggplant and peppers streets where we have mains. sible.
have been shipped steadily since
s: last fall, with tempting profits to Call and see our line of Ranges and ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK

growers. MlillMIIIMIIIMI

The 29th annual catalogue of Rol-
p, lins college is just at hand. The book
itself is a work of art and its text is
Change of Schedule Clyde St. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
comprehensive and not too flatteringfor
Johns River SteamersUntil
the college which, as an institu- OPTICAL REPAIRING
further notice the steamers Osteopathic Physician
.;-. tion of learning, is a credit to the .
of this line will leave Sanford at
;; state and honors itself by its work. 132 Orange Avenue ,.
: 11:30 o'clock a. m. ,
There is no need of Florida people I ? r
sending their children out of the state N. M. TUPPER, Supt.J. Next door to People's Bank '
when such institutions Rollins col. B. CALDER, Agent up-stairs. Acute and chron 'I.
as rlan
I o Water & t LO. Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914. '
lege exist right at home, especially I ic diseases treatedTelephone
when, in addition to its instruction If you want your bicycle fixed in
being above the average, it is locatedin a hurry take it to Warman's Repair I' 578. DR. L H. RAMSDELL
Shop. 12-5-tf.
a better climate and in a healthier OPTOMETRIST
section than any of its out of the Gas Department Sentinel want advertising shortens, Put money in thy purse by advertising (Successor to Dr. 0. P.

state competitors.-Tropical Sun, cheapens and simplifies any real estate in the Sentinel

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trict have been accounted for. I CAN YOU AFFORD ; "' '
Rear Admiral Fletcher's order for; To spend your valuable time asking .

CAPTURE f INO IASLAYER LIFE UNOffi Grn. ruN ION the withdrawal of bluejackets issued your neighbors and friends to look : FEIII"

today, paid a high tribute to officers up a house or rtoms for you when : SUMMER

and men, not only for valor in action you can get the most information and

Seminoles of Oklahoma Petitioned While Martial Law Holds Sway the but also for orderly conduct and the valuable selections from the columnsof ,
resourcefulness which resulted in the the Moraine Sentinel!
Federal Authorities to Assist People Have Returned to Their
quick restoration of normal living
Open from 6 a. m. to 12 m.
Local Officers Usual Pursuits p.
conditions for the citizens of Vera miiiiiiiiiiiimtitiMFor .

More than two years ago DeSoto Vera Cruz, Mex., April 30.-Vera Cruz.Among the wireless messages : Sale

Tiger, a Seminole Indian hunter, was Cruz went back to civil government reaching Rear Admiral Badger's flagship -

.r slain and robbed of his pelts, amount today under the laws of Mexico, administered was one from the cruiser South
American officials. The I have the I Announcement is hereby made by the Orlando Hotel
' ing in value to several hundred dol by Dakota on the west coast. It said the following

lars. civil government, however, remained cruiser had aboard sixty-five refugees properties which I offer Co., to the patrons of the Orlando cafe and all others,
subordinate to martial law while the from various points. at ATTRACTIVE PRICES !
John Ashley, of Palm Beach county -
work of restoring the municipal organization I singular and in crowds, that on and after
was suspected of the crime, but I prior to going north: :
went forward.
the local authorities never capturedhim. Don't wait for every one in town to One California Bunga. !
Gen. Frederick Funston's brigade have Entrican, the painter before APRIL 25th WHICH IS SATURDAYand
A few days ago Ashley came in was taken off the transports and you try. Am too busy to look you low; one two-story house !
and gave himself up to Sheriff Bakerof up. Phone 636, and I will be on the I ( lot. ',
that county. The story behind this marched to the sand hill barracks and job. 1-20-tf corner ) Intending continuing from that date until further notice that
Rear Ad- will do well !
other quarters to relieve buyers to get
action is given in the Tropical Sun of the cafe will be for service from six
I' West Palm Beach, as follows: miral Fletcher's bluejackets, who Two shipments of cattle went Ill!. in touch with me on open o'clock of the

It now that some share of went back to the men-o'-war. Fun- ward this week, being made by the above properties, which morning until twelve o'clock of the night, with a
V appears ston established his headquarters in Carson Cattle company. One carload are both new and well !:
credit for John
Ashley's surrender -
the barracks deserted by General of beef cattle and one carload of mutton -
must be given to the efforts of Maas and Fletcher withdrew his staff. sheep were consigned to Stama-I located. SPECIAL MENU FROM 8 TO 12
the of the United
States representatives governmentThe The marine corps was distributed to tis S. Vasiliadis, of Tarpon Springs.The .i FRED B. DALE IN THE EVENING CONSISTINGOF

work with the army. ranch of the Carson Cattle Company -
Indian department in Wash Refugees continue to arrive and in this county is fast becoming UNUSUAL AND FANCY DISHES
ington has been receiving evidencesof 306 ANDERSON STREET I
carried for :
preparations are a place recognized as ideal in the
the general dissatisfaction at the ward for their departure. The navy cattle raising line.-Kissimmee Notein PHONE 376 I

failure to capture this man, not only transport Hancock today is lying at Times-Union. .

from all parts of the state, but from Puerto Mexico to take aboard those ilMMMIMMIMMillllltORLANDO

the Seminoles, both in Florida and in coming down from Mexico City. They < -- The ORLAND will make a specialty during the sum-
latter had reached the point of will be brought here for other transportation mer of ice creams, cakes, salads, and other cooling and
to New Orleans and portson
making up a purse, under the leadership
the transports Monterey and Moro health preserving foods.
of their chief,Governor Brown,1 I Castle. Late last night the refugees 1

with the object of employing W. W. from Mexico City had not arrived at I ____BE SURE THAT YOU VISIT THE ORLANDO____
Thomason, of Wewoka, Okla., to take 'Puerta Mexico. It could not be
the case in hand independently of the detained but
local and government authorities. learned where they were '11111'1 " " "MtMftmtittm "
it is known that in the surrounding I
Stirred by these from all
up reports evidence just now
quarters, the department sent one of of country federal there activity.is no Consul Canada's ....... .. . ... ... . . ...

the oldest employes in the Indian ser- advices from General Maas indicatedthe I

vice down here in March, with explicit latter was far inland and close to Water & Light Co.

instructions to attend to the Srill !

Ashley case. Mexico Vera City.Cruz, roused from a tropical [ aM SiififflerI r

The special detailed the
agent on drowse by the street battle and land- ,
case was T. E. Brents, who has backto
ing of foreign forces, gone
served in this department for eighteen its lethargy, its dancing and its I ElectricityGas Our new line for the Spring I

years. He arrived in Florida in promenading through the plaza. and Summer season of 1914 is
March, but was shortly afterwards
There are no evidences here that now complete. Never in the history
obliged to proceed to Pueblo, Colo., I
throe of crisis. The
Mexico is in a a Water
to attend the federal court. Ice of our business have we I
rifle balls busy
shops, scarred by are
He returned to the scene of actionon again. Women who hid in terror of been able to show such a line of

the 23rd inst., accompanied by two what they believed would be the con- new and timely goods for Eas-

trusty,officers from Oklahoma. ,These sequences of the landing of foreign Ofiice:---No. 18 West Central Ave. ter selling. Our line of Dress i 1
men were at once sent into the woods
troops again walk safely abroad. Men Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery
and opened pegotiations with Ashley, who held closely to walls in fear of Ready.to.W ear goods and
whom they assured of the govern their notions is
snipers now go boldly about complete-the styles
ment's determination to capture him business. The inhabitants have takena are varied enough to suit t

at any cost new and enlightened view of the Telephone No. 6 the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with

Last Saturday, Ashley, realizingthat Americans. They have learned that every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the l
his only resource to have his life, loot Easter trade going to sell
the troops have come neither to we are our new goods from
at any rate temporarily, was to give nor ravish-but to govern, not harshly the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent
himself up, asked for three days more but well. I cheaper than the regular prices.

time, which was granted him, and he We will appreciate and be than
The release of the prisoners from more pleased to show
delivered himself up, in accordancewith the water soaked dungeons of Fort IIIIIIIIMIMIIMIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIMLouisville vow our line if yon will call on us.
his agreement, to Sheriff Bakeron
San Juan de Uloa, where many came
Monday evening, as was stated in ---
forth blinded from the years spent i in I
our account in yesterday's
How much of the credit is due to darkness character, and was attitude a revelation of the of United the S Nashville R. I
R.i'L'N1 H. KAN m
the local authorities and how much to States. Mexicans of the better class ew or( Bargain Sfe
the agent of the Indian departmentfor
openly express gratification at the
Ashley's surrender, it is impossible -
restoration of order and the resumption : : 'MMMMIMMMMIMIHtlMMIMIIMMlMllMMMM
to ascertain accurately. But thereis
of business. But aside from the
little doubt that the government'sdetermination
fact that the troops are here, Vera
to get Ashley in some HIMMIHMMMMM'The '
Cruz knows little and only wonders
shape or other must have had considerable MMMMMMIMIMIMiMlilMiillliilMMMHilltliMBeck
when the invaders will leave or will Attractive Way to
influence in bringing him in.
It is
quite possible that the two
The progress of mediation is entirely LEXINGTON ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS '
sets of authorities '
were working simultaneously &

unknown here but is_ discussed DAYTON PITTSBURGBUFFALO KNOXVILLE Payne's
with the same object
with animation. Opinion among com COLUMBUS BIRMINGHAM
and along the same lines. But the
petent observers is divided, some believing CLEVELAND GRAND RAPIDS PENSACOLA
fact remains thhat so com-
plaints had reached the Indian department Cash
of the failure of the local proposal for mediation in spirit as reported TOLEDO NEW ORLEANS Grocery I,
in Washington dispatches, is
officers to apprehend Ashley that All Points NorthNorthwestSouthwestThree
,playing for more time for a surpriseas Solid Through Trains Daily
they determined to intervene.It ,

is interesting to learn of the ap- he did in the Tamp l. incident. South Atlantic Limited, Lve Jacksonville .8:15 P. M. I
Shuttle trains continue to run from GROCERIES[ [
peal made by the Seminoles in Oklahoma Vera Cruz to the point where General Dixie Flyer, Lye Jacksonville . . . 8:25 P. M.

to the 'government. Their dissatisfaction Maas destroyed the railroad to thecapital Montgomery Route Express LYe. Jacksonville 8:05 P. M.

assumed an even more I Three Dai'j: Trains to Mobile and New Orleans, Lve.
and there meet
acute form than that evinced by the passengers Jacksonviyf 8:00 5:00 and 8:00 Nice
from trains coming down from Mexico a. m., p. m., a. n. new stock. White Rose

people of this country and state. City. Consul Canada says that All yftric lighted trains with through steel draw

The department had decided not to practically all Americans in his dis- ing.room'pers, free reclining chairs and modern high- brand Canned goods, Fox River But- I
abandon the case until some results back sea coaches. *

had been attained, and it is easy to L. & N. Dining Cars-No Better Dining car service. ter "Pride" the highest grade butter-
a realization, oAshley's ,
To THE Fast Time-Rock Ballast-No Dust.H. I
part, that Uncle Sam
relentlessly camping on his trail with VIASMINOU C. BRETNEY, FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT ine. Call and investigate. We

the clearly expressed determinationof 134 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

"getting him," must have influenced ( LIMITED 2-25-od-2ra meet all cash prices.

him in deciding that the game

was Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm
up.That John Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pmLv 11 West Robinson Avenue i ii
Ashley surrendered to Jacksonville,Fla.,A. C.L 9:00: pm i
Sheriff Baker is indisputable. What Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm I

led to his doing so can only be determined Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am r-- ; t tMHMtlt

by a careful comparison of Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am . . . . .
Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55: am
the present account and the one we Ar Cdsmtus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am Hammond & Gore

gave yesterday.One Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am ,
thing is sure, and that is that Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12.65 p ,J

the sheriffs office has still an Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
opportunity Ar Jackson, Venn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm I
of earning the thanks of the Ar Fulton, Ky. I. C._______ 9:35
pm --- ---- --------- --- ----- Saturday '
community by bringing in the other Ar Cairo, III, I. C_________11:07 pm VALUES LOW PRICES Evening \
man who shared with Ashley in the Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.____12:13 am

attack on Mr. Chaffin, and in the other Ar St. Louis, Mo., L C._____ 7:05 am COMPARE

attack that was made on a respected tAr Centralia, Ill., I. C._____ 1:28 am Specials I

and influential citiaen of Jensenat Ar Mateon, III, I. C._______ 3:20 an A
Fruita. Ar Champaign, III, I. C.____ 4:23 am OUR FURNITURE
Ar Kankakee, 111., I. C._____ 6:20 am
Their silence in regard to Ashley'saccomplice Ar Chicago, DL, L c...______ 7:50 am We provide the quality furniture that has long
in these two outrages is SOMETHING( I NE[W ;
somewhat Solid Through Trains-Composed of been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
observation, compartment, drawing. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

room, section, sleeping cars, a!!J f-ee It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
The bridge which was ordered built reclining chair cars, between Jackson this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof -

by the Osceola county commissionersa Mlle and Chicago, and Jacksonville this business and that means much to buyer. ;
ind St. Louis. All meals in
few weeks ago has been placed over dining :IISSESJillULTON & DUNN

the Lake car.For *
Lizzie canal. This bridge
I lets and Pullman
car reservations
forms part of the new county road,, all on MeN Il & DAVIS BLOCK

which Osceola county is building east,W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Agents for Barclay Corsets
ward to connect with a similar road I or A Cor. Orale Ave. aad Cbarcb St., Orlando, Fla. m
J). W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, McCall's Patterns
being constructed by Brevard county,
Atlantic Coast Line
which will lead on the coast Orlando. ,.. "HIIIMHiilMlllllillMMMMMmiilMMIMitmiGOYfRNMENT i 3


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} South Florida Sentinel ( W. S. Branch) MRS. CARR'S HOME ''' MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMK

MORNING AND WEEKLY The Woodrow correspondent of the (Continued from page 1)) The beautiful lawn surrounding th

JOSiAH FERRIS Editor ud Owner Estero Eagle says: "Mrs. Julia E.I relator of mandamus took writ was of dismissed error. and the I home. of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dab- II AFTER[ SUPPER[ SALEd [ I

r Gray has given her shingle roof a t The statute does not prescribe the ney Carr was the scene of a gay
Entered at the pos office at Orlando FlorIda coat of maroon paint. But that is form and manner of drawing county gathering yesterday, the May day
Second CUu Mail Matter.
: U nothing. The peaceful man for whom I the school state warrants board,of but public it does instruction give to party given by the ladies of the IMliMMIMIMIMMMMMMI MMMMMMBtimOHOIilliitMIMIIiilMMiimilMmi

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the town is named is painting the Methodist church being well attendein
and to the state
Dully, 1 Year ..........................$5.00. whole of Mexico red. j superintendent of
Daily 6 Months ....................... .50 public instruction such duties and spite of the stormy weather. Tables -
3 t Daily, J Months ...................... L25 I powers as would authorize them to were placed on the veranda and
= Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 prescribe rules and' regulations for
Those Tampa people are certainlyup
under the large trees, and here the
issuing, recording, paying and can-
Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.0 to date. A prominent resident ad-I celling warrants drawn against school visitors were served to strawberrycream
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .75 vertises in the Tribune the loss of a funds of the county; and such rules and cake as they watched the
"key winding watch," for which he and regulations have the force of law children as they danced about the

TO ADVERTISERS: offers a reward. It is probable thaton when not in conflict with the statutes pretty little May queen, Miss Lois
or public policy of the state. A reg-
Copy for display and all wilier htndttdvertbiar some of the streets of Tampa I ulation that such warrants shall be Fuller. Many participated in the
moat be handed in at the taiineuffiee there may be found hitching posts, countersigned by the county superintendent frolic, and the affair was very successful -
of the Sentinel not later than 2
p. m. of instruction is
the day before pabncatioa. ThU rule applies spinning wheels, boxes of sand to use I public quite financially.
U chance for contract adTertuinc it UinTariable appropriate. He is by law ex-otficio
; in place of blotting etc.
paper Assisting Mrs. Carr were Miss
of the board of
and wifi be strictly adhered to. secretary county pub-
P lic instruction, with large powers and Charlena Galey, Mrs. James Burden
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- The Banda Mexicana is again play duties in the administration of the and Miss Edith Rambo.
tinued should notify the office in writing en county school funds.It .
"La Paloma and the dove
ing seemsto
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
is admitted "that the state department
continued at the regular lybfttription rates have settled down the turbulent -
on -
until notice to atop is received. of public instruction and Mr. W. E. Body leaves today for a
land for a few days at least the stato superintendent of public instruction '
Fdlsmere, on the East Coast, where! sale
Huerta is still the have ordered and requiredthat succeeding goes one better than its
SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1914. carrying chip
he will spend the next month.
around on his shoulder, but it seems all warrants issued by and under predecessor-The popularity of these "SAT
'- --- beneath the authority of the county boards of URDAY AFTER SUPPER SALES" is even a
There is some difference between dignity of a great big public instruction in the state of Florida Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Knight and Mr. revelation to ourselves and shall
like Uncle Sam to knock the we certainly
raising the flag and raising h-1 at boy chip shall not only be signed by the and Mrs. R. D. Hoyt, of Clearwater, do our to increase that
popularity.We .
off from such a little shoulder. chairman of the board, but shall also
Vera Cruz. the are among the guests at the San
be countersigned by county superintendent have found that at certain times during the
r o of public instruction, as Juan today.FOR .
evening rush it has been difficult for
Those beautiful roses now in full some our cus-
of such board and
a A compromise on Irish home rule is secretary as coun- tomers to receive the full amount of attention wear
bloom on the Tiedtke place and also !ty superintendent, and that the war-
near, it is said. No compromise will COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC LVSTRUCTIO.V. :! noted for and in order to avoid this in the future
in the yard of Mr. both ;rant was not so countersigned. Sucha
Gedge, on DISTRICT NO. 3 several of our big specials will be run ALL DAY
suit the Irish. regulation being within the province SATURDAY.
Hillcrest avenue, that flowers
4 prove of the stated officials of the educa- I hereby announce myself as a candidate
will grow here if one will invest the tional department of the state, and for the office of Member of the County;

Young Mr. Astor and his bride will necessary time, brains and fertilizer. not being contrary to any statute or Board Board District of Public No. Instruction 3, subject to from the School actionof I From 7 to 10 p. m.

probably be able to scrape along on Weeds and grass are about the only public policy, but being a salutary the Democratic primary, June 2nd 1914.
regulation having the force of law If elected I will give thoughtful attention to
their incomes.A .
a crops that will grow without careful the educational interests of the county and
within its proper sphere of operation,
o cultivation, either in Florida or else- it should be complied with before the faithful service. C. IL GALLOWAY. DOLLY YARDOX CREPES

great many electors will be where. treasurer will by mandamus be required -
750 yards of some of the prettiest patterns shown this
to warrant not drawn in -- :
"present but not voting" on primary aWe accordance pay with a the reasonable and HMMIMIillMMIItHMMT.F.HOURfflAN season-positively fast colors. Regular Values lOc,

day. Paid that taxi want the "White Way. We proper regulaton.The 15c, and 20c. SATURDAY . . .

o want it on those beautiful concrete judgment dismissing the alter- NIGHT8c.

The vice-president said he had a posts. We want it right away. Give native writ of mandamus is affirmed. yd.
Commissioner Shackleford, C. J., and Taylor and Licensed Plumber and H
r bully time in Florida. Bully! has an Johnson every possible
Cockrell, JJ., concur. i
p accustomed sound. encouragement and we will have it Hocker, J., takes no part. Sanitary Engineer
o Lakeland has one, Tampa has sev- Estimates Furnished. Jobbing i
The Florida growers as well as the eral, St Petersburg has one or two, NOTICEThe t Promptly Attended to. I

horticulturalists proper had a great Miami is proud of heir's, Jacksonvillehas PHONE 629 2 Packets Pins, (720 Pins) for .. .... 3c.
meeting at Palatka. white ways to burn. They are stock- J 106 Court Street
annual meeting of the Black and hite. Rustproof for... .. 5c.
o not an expense. They are a fine in- holders of the Pierce Electric Com- ;

L Suggestion for the Miami Herald's vestment and an asset pany (Inc.) will be held at the com- J ORLANDO, FLORIDA
chestnut: Your face is familiar but pany's office, No. 9 West Church 4-zl-lm LACE COLLARS LADIES' UNDERWEAR t
street, on May 6th, 1914, at 5 p. m.
somehow I can't call your name. If there is a town in Florida thatis 4-30-2t-w-2t 100 gauze vests, Regular \ ,
MMMHMtmiMMIIMMIMMMIMMMMMMMIimmmillimiMMMMMt One lot of very handsome 15c. .Saturday night 2 < ,

; o developing faster or along more lace collars-a large assortment for .. . .. .. .15c \ ,
g Today is the last day for candidates lines than Orlando, we have failed to = :
white and 100 union suits, regular t '
for state and congressional offices to notice it or hear of it But the Tam- 65c. Saturday Night 49c.
qualify. Next Saturday is the limit pa Tribune of Thursday had half a A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX Cream. They sell well at 100 "Merode" union suits,
50c, 65c, and 75c. SAT-
for paying poll tax. column of "Dots of Development," Regular $1.25. SATUR
r URDAY NIGHT .. 29c. DAY NIGHT .... .. ..89c.Ribbon .
rx o with a mention of some now enter- THE PALMS AUTO COREO I

4,' Osceola county men have sold another rpise in nearly every town in the

; big lot of cattle in the West state except Orlando. If one of those MOTOR CARS RemnantsHundreds

y If beef is high in Florida it must be observing Tribune fellows will take!

soaring in the western country.The the "Tampa Special" and come up: For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a of short ends of colored ribbonsall I

-o here some fine afternoon, we will': full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof quick lengths sale at, ,and the length all widths-priced.... ac., lOc, lac.for,
following interesting news noteis show him some development in civic I
competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
from the Miami Metropolis: "Sing- and commercial matters that wilt

ing wild songs of the forest in the open his eyes. I guaranteed. ALL DAY SPECIALS I

weird cadences and queer intervals of "
; her native language, a Seminole woman Don't roast ourself in a hot kitchen. i Maxwell 25, $800, Equipped inOrlando 2,000 YARDS WASH 'GOODS-All of this season's
showing-many of the daintiest things we have and
said to have been intoxicated "Cook with gas.
; many of the best sellers included. Voiles, Crepes,
the result of too much indulgence in Flaxocs, Madras, French Chambrays, Rice cloths, Ra
.\ cane beer, created much interest atc Now is the time to put in that new tines, Cross bar dimities, lawns, etc., etc.

the railway station last evening. Executing gas range. We will put your service THE PALMS AUTO CO Regular values 20c, 25c, 35c and 4Sc All day -f t _

., a strange, fantastic dance, pipe in FREE. May 1st to 14th. Saturday (See window display --.-__....._ JL txU

; waving aloft the bottle in which was I FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.

: the liquor, the woman covered the If your paper is not delivered '' LADIES' SHOES CORSETS

? whole platform in course of her move- promptly, don't fail to notify the office. fMlimiMIHMIHIIIIIMIMMIillMIIMMIiMltttlMMMMtlMMMMMMMMIMIH .' NU BUCK PUMPS A 100 CORSETS ALL

ments. With the woman was an Indian special purchase of a very SIZES. This is a clean-
] man, likewise believed to have " *, ," dainty shoe. Will be extremely up of all our ranges and

indulged too much in the cane beer, popular. We anticipate are broken ..lots-but we

s and the couple wished to go to Fort Broken Thermos BottlesBring big sales I all day think Regular we prices can fit were you.$1.00at

=4 Lauderdale. They were in such a condition the
special price to $2.00. All Saturday
'., however, that finally they were your broken Thermos and icy-hot bottles to us. We put in extra fillers and of ._. .very_. ._._______L89 ..... ....day. ... 79c.lIEN'S -. >
taken into custody and placed in the mats, same as new.McELROY'S.

cooler to recover and permitted to
proceed on their way this morning.The .
the 20 Suits-Summer Weights, worsteds and west of En-
by woman were
songs sung
gland serges-produced by
exceedingly interesting and it was remarked -
i of Indian songs could have secured -
.* some excellent material right J Selling right along at $16.50 to $20.00 0 !

there, for as a rule, it is difficult to All day Saturday ... ... ................. $1

hear their songs well"

Editor Hetherington of the Lake- A magnificent assortment Guaranteed for one year.

land Telegram has joined the plutoc- of "TRIMMED HATS" Will keep piping hot or

! racy. He recently erected a three J To make the assortment
icey cold for 24 hours.
} story building for his printing plant, as complete as possiblewe
} and upon top of that he was invited You Invitedto have included a lot German manufacture.
of goods that have
to a banquet of bankers and was new Special prices:
ro just arrived. We cannot
a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea
. called upon for a toast He startled quote individual reduc- ALL DAY SATURDAY

i his distinguished company by t) isI gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure tions, but they will be
clever tribute to the : "I am BIG and much under ac98c.., $1.39, $1.98,
press you will be interested in our display of the newest and teat cost to ourselves. All
I the greatest agency in the progress day Saturday. $2.29, $2.49, $3.79 !
.. of the world, in the advancement of most artistic designs inCUT

i civilization, in the enlightenment of .

mankind. I have made tyrants trem- ) GLASSThere
I Grocery SpecialsSATURDAY
ble on their thrones, and have deposed

t them from their places. I have made are so many odd pieces aid attractive sets NIGHT ONLY
statesmen out of the most
terial, heroes out of the most sorry ma- here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. 10-lb pail of Snow Drift for.. .... ............ .$1.10
unprom- 10 Ib pail of Cottolene for .... ... ..... ...._. .. 1.30
ising subjects. I have created more We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe

.. saints than are to be found on the cal- more acceptable.T.H.Evans. lltliilllMIMIIIMMtllHIIII
ei dar of any church. I have done
- more to beautify the human race than I

all the beauty doctors and specialists .
, combined. I have removed the warts D I CKSO N. IVESO.

and and transformed freckles of her many into an'beautiful old maid, .

and accomplished young lady.' I

nave made, of the most ordinary, _
slab-sided maiden a perfect dream of

loveliness, and when she has captured DEPARTMENT[ [ STORE[

" the youth who works in the grocery

store I have married her off to arising the Jeweler 1

and promising young business . . . . '
man.' I have created splendid com- ..

munities and made to blossom in the

F wilderness; I have builded magnifi OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE III Ir.t ORLANDO .11

cent empires in the waste places off ,

the world. And the greatest of theseI EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING I I I I i
am building here in Florida. I am 111.11..11111,1,1.,111.10'111111111111..+4THE

the printing press!"

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You n Miit t H Eat t Caudi J o\ Grillrn f. ROBINSON Open Admission 9 a A. STARKEY m. to 10:30-, Managers P. M. %i I ,.

I 5 cents a

DQ B>GDG GD f fvi CD f m\Q
-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker.That's .

the opinion of an eminent authority, who con BUYS AND SELLS CRABBWRIGHTLast "bet It RAtMIen's"I t \

dudes that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en. REAL ESTATE
evening at Tamp Mr. Roy
gine." Crabb was united in marriage to Miss ... I'" I

No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Caramels Juno Esquiline Wright, of Plant City.

600 acres south of Winter The happy culmination came as quite Ask Your Friends :

Taffies, etc. a surprise to the many friends of
Garden and west of
FRESH EVERY DAY. both the bride and groom, as the mar-
Gotha, including 10 acre riagewas kept a secret and only witnessed \Vhy they buy from U5- they >A<

orange grove. The en- by a few intimate friends. will tell you, it is
The bride is a beautiful and attractive 1
tire tract covered with ,

H yellow pine timber. Two best young families woman in Plant and from City.one She of has the Because A
I miles of lake shore. visited in Orlando many times and
has friends here.
4-23-im D \Ve have the goods, we have D
Mr. Crabb is one of the most popular .
I The home of pure home-made Candies, young men in the city and is the the price and give you

+HIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMM employe of the Southern Weighingand prompt, courteous and pleas- A

Orange AvenueIMilllllMMtlllilllllllMIIHHIIimiltllMIIMM Inspection bureau here. ing service.
i I SURPRISE PARTY FOR POPULAR The happy couple passed through

HIGH SCHOOL GIRL last night on their way to Asheville, O

N. C., to spend a few weeks. They Come and See

Miss Clara Blass, a popular high will make Orlando their future home.

school girl, was given a surprise 1j.
Messrs. Sol and Sylvan Newham, by her classmates at the homeof
of Baltimore, are among the popular her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mac U Allen & Co A
traveling men registered a: the San Blass, on Concord avenue, last night.
THE TUNER Juan today. The and aftera
people gathered
ORLANDO, FLA. I young The annual May procession will beheld Jewelers
Mrs. Chas. Campbell has to merry social time delicious refresh-
I gone in the Catholic church Sunday
'Jacksonville ments of punch, cake and ice cream
e to visit with her sister, night at 7:30. All are welcome, pro- U Prompt Repairing.

,Mrs. J. R. Rice, and also to attend were served. Those present besidesthe vided, of course, they show the respect -
Mr. J. Wade Tucker, of Kissimmee, the reunion. Dr. Campbell accom- ; guest of honor were Misses Ma- due the house of God. Everything Guaranleed.

is spending today in Orlando. !I panied her to Jacksonville and will bel Lundgren, Mario Barksdale,Sarah

Mr. B. G. Benson and Mr. Jack go on to Greenville, S. C., and thento Grant, Frances McCamey, Willie MAY DAY PARTY POSTPONED

Abrams are in Jacksonville on busi- Asheville, N. C., to remain till late Hanner[ Henrietta Rock, Elsie Gore,
!' to the storm af-
Owing yesterday
; in the fall. Ernestine Pratt, Gerald Bubmayer,
ness.Mr. ernoon, the May day festivities of
Chalfant Messrs. Wm. Lew-
Jack L. Orr, of the firm of Mr. Jules Salomon arrived in Or- Dorothy ; the Cathedral school

Sweet & Orr, Atlanta, is in Orlando lando last night, and is being greetedby ter: Edwin Bullock, Clarence Mc- four o'clock this afternoon.D. were postponedto .

today. I his many friends here. There is Camey, Rowland Blass, Jack Johnson, [6. .cI!
Bud Osborn, Howard Cook, Kenneth nCiO. .
Mr. J. B. Redditt, of Fort Christ- no town in Florida where the genial A. R. MEETIXGThe
French and Fisher.
Scrappy .
"Uncle" Jules is not known and ,
highly -
mas, is among the business trans-:; --
regarded, but he has an especially "' 11111111111111111111111111111111111111'1"11111' "
actors in Orlando today. I
) MRS. STEVENSON'S MUSIC PUPILS Orlando Chapter of D. A. R.
soft spot in his heart for Orlando.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Crisp, of I| IN RECITALA will meet at the home of Mrs. Ford,

Jacksonville, are in Orlando today,'I He o valuable property here at on Main street, Saturday, May 2nd, Do You KnowWE
j one time, and is sorry today that he
registered at the San Juan. very delightful' piano recital was at 3 p. m. Election of officers willbe
r I: ever let it go. He is representing
Mr. R. H. Clemmer, of Staunton, : given last evening at the Tea Room, the order of business.
Jacob Cohen & Sons, of Petersburg,
Va., representative of the Steel and I I by Miss Davida Lockhart, and Miss HAVE A FULL LINE OF SPICES AND EXTRACTS -
Va., pants manufacturers, and wdli
Wiro company, Chicago, is registeredat I Celia Salomon, assisted by Misses TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
spend the day calling on the trade. ONION SALT, BLACK PEPPER, WHOLE
the San Juan. i Dolly Lockhart, Margaret Schumann,

Mrs. Eliza Young, accompanied by THE ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT and Mr. Justin Schumann.The LOST-Black home and Branch's pocketbook book, between store. Return my SAVOY, CURRY POWDER, RED PEPPER, THYME,
I -
her and Mr. ClarenceH. II recital marked the graduationof
to H.: Benedict. 5.2.3t
Young, and Mrs. Geo. W. White, i OF GAS RANGES the pupils from the eighth gradeof ____ .. GINGER, WHITE PEPPER, MACE, ALLSPICE, CINA-

left last night for their home in Belle- I Mathews Standard Course, and STRAYED MON, SAGE, CLOVES, MUSTARD, MARJORAM.
vue, Pa. the young ladies showed the careful
Beginning May 1st, the Orlando
and efficient training of their in- A dark bay mare, 10 years old, one
Mrs. J. H. Reese went down to Kis I Water & Light company are holding white hind foot, white star in forehead WHITE ROSE EXTRACTS
simmee, yesterday to attend the recital I a two weeks sale of gas ranges and structor, Mrs. W. E. Stevenson, under will weigh about 900 pounds.If .

given by the piano pupils under,I: are making some very. attractive whose direction many other enjoyable found notify or return to me and PHOENIX BRAND ETRACTS

the instruction of Miss Nannie Reeseat propositions to those who wish to buya programs have been given. ret reward. G. C. Schultz, Box 385,
Orlando, or southwest corner of city
the Osceola high school I new and up to date range in place limits. 5.2.3t -
Attention is called to the
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Bellamy and of an old one, or who wish to put in a announce-

daughter, Miss Helen, left yesterdayfor new service and have the many ad ment of Mr. C. H. Galloway's candi- Some person who attended the Odd THE SANITARY GROCERY
for the office of
dacy membership
their home at Sandoval, Ill. They vantages and the great convenienceof on Fellows picnic at the fair grounds
the school board district No.
have been occupying the residence of "cooking with gas." county Wednesday left his umbrella on the
3. Mr. C. H. is CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Mrs. W. P. Watson, at 9 East Con- For houses that are already piped Galloway a young grounds. It has been delivered to the

cord avnue. for gas they are offering a reductionof business man of Maitland, engaged in sentinel office for delivery to the
mercantile with his father 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street !
20 cent from the operations if he should call and
per regular priceof owner identifythe
Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Douglass, who
i Mr. B. A. Ga=oway, and is chief:
any range and will nistall it free. property.
have been occupying the Bogue resi
stockholder and the
manager of the
I For houses which
dence on West street, have moved to, are not piped Maitland & Winter Park CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
they will put the service pipe "freeof Telephone WANTED-Young lady clerk at ;
Winter Park, where Dr. Douglass is
company. He is a young man of: Slemons' store. 5.1.2t
and offer reduction
charge" a of 10 FUNERAL DESIGNS j
filling the pastorship of the First strict and I
I t integrity progressive ideas
cent from the
per regular price
-r f Baptist church. .I I II and takes an interest in all matters LOST-Black and white setter dog. "fllllOMIiMillllliiMMIillMMMIIHHiMMIiitfPaint
any range.
Misses Carrie Talmadge, Cora that pertain to the welfare of the Please notify Geo. S. Fish, No. :1 .
Their propositions will undoubtedly Gore 496. 5.1 tf
avenue, or phone -
Dann, Fan Johnson and Louie Swear-
county. He has many friends who
ii'appeal to a great many, as at this TRUCKERS, TAKE NOTICE
1 ingen left yesterday for Daytona time of the year the great advantage will be pleased to see him coming to FOR RENT-Large room, south and

Beach to spend two weeks OJia house. of gas for cooking is very evident to the front. east exposure with porch; private Schnarr's No. 3 will kill and keep
party. They will be chaperoned by who has do family; best neighborhood in city; the Hessian flies and other sucking
anyone any cookingover close in; very cheap. Phone 649. insects off the watermelons canta-
Mrs. Goodhue, of Sanford. Ask about that: sale proposition 01 ,
a hot wood stove. 5-2-2t 5-l-3t loupes, tomatoes and potatoes. Guar-
Miss Mary Laycock, who has been ours, May 1st to 14th. Orlando Water anteed to give satisfaction or money

the guest of Miss Elma Gettier for Harry Rollins has moved his barber & Light Co. WANTED-Energetic, live solicitors; refunded. J. Schnarr & Co., manu-

the past few months, left yesterdayfor shop from East Pine street to Boone and salesmen to represent us; to facturers, rear 51 West Church street,
Write F. F. Dutton solicit the shipments of fruit, vegeta- Orlando, Fla. 4-24-d&w-tf
Jacksonville to attend the reunion. street, across from Hammond & Sanford, Fla.,
for bles and produce and to take orders
prices on Cow Peas 4.29m
also visit Atlanta
She will before
re- Bunch for feed. Booth-
company. 4-26-2w groceries, grain and
turning to her home in Indianapolis, Eat what want Cherry Commission Co., 140 E.Fourth Opening of Piano Studio April 15th.

l Ind. Have your gas service put in FREE. Eat all you you want. street, Jacksonville, Fla. 5-1-2 For particulars address Mac Tall-
man Care Grand Theater, or Phone
May 1st ,to 14th. Take a postscript and forget it.
.Get rid of that old range NOW and For sale by all druggists. WANTED-To hire for month of Maya 4-3-lm.No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m.
l-7-d&w.lyr gentle horse and high back low
savo 20 per cent. on a new one. Or Get a new gas range NOW and phaeton buggy, for invalid's use;

' lando Water & Light Co. save money. May 1st to 14th. Read the advertisements daily. party owning to take care of same if
possible. Apply 112 Grace street.


Ittllllll llaIJllllllllllllllllllllll"l'II"tllll'lll1111111111111111 111111111 that has stood i PICTURE MACHINE ,
FOR SALE-Florida Fire and Casu-
alty Insurance company stock at WE OPERATE OR WE WILL
$5.00 per share. Address Box A, Sen- the testA. SELL YOU A MACHINE
tinel office. 51.3tFOR Let us put your Photo on a button
At The Lucerne postal card or in a frame.

Sparling, 3 miles south of Lake Kiln Dried Lumber and Building ALLENS PORTABLE BATH
land; hard road and railroad to Bar- APARATUS, ETC.
tow; good citrus land. J. R. Boul- Material. We sell the Davis Electric: Medical
ware, owner, Lakeland, Fla. I Transformer, and give
6-l-3t I Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. Free Demonstrations.WE .

"Cats Paw," a fine two reel Thanhouser DO ALL KINDS OF
Three estray pigs have taken
up amy
"Kid love Keystone place three miles south of Orlando. WOOD, COAL AND ICE sell the apparatus, teaching
a customers how
comedy. Color, red and black; markedslit operate,
in left ear and hole in right.' Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Also complete family darner.

Owner can have them by calling. on Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf L. EWING.
"An Innocent Conspiracy, a one reel Pilot."Jennie's the undersigned. 8 E CHURCH ST
J. W. PACE, Odiorne Hace.
seed from DeLaney
5-l-3t Buy your garden -
& Abernethy. Just received a
Pearls, another Keystone comedy. big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tl
We renovate, clean, repair and dye
rugs, carpets and portiers. Our work Good Wood $1.50
guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Only SEED! SEED! SEED!
r A couple of good laughs. $ .\ expert in the state. Phone 195. No. Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Better Wood $2 and $2.25
43 East Pine street. Abernethy, druggists. 313tfOSTEOPATHY
Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75
Eat what you want.

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

Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents Children 5 Cents For sale by all durggists.1-7-dfcw.lyr:, Stock up while you can.


.- Balcony: 5 Cents I I Up to date painting' papering, etc., DR. J. C .HOWELL I Orlando Wood Yard
: is the kind want. Where
you to get Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo
I it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. 104 W. Pine St.
Continuous show from 2 p., m. to 10 p. m. Entrican. 1-20- extra charge for house treatment

I Telephone connections B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor i'ii.

j. MMMMMIHMMMMIMllim '.' 10111111114;' Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-t Office cor. Orange and Central Au Ji. I j


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TAFT BOOMLETSOne Nuevo Laredo and Piedras Negras 4 MIIIIMHIIIMMHMilMMMMMIHIMniMlilllM
evacuated their towns suddenly after WANTS3IUNNIMAKERS
of the public improvements the United States forces landed at

long talked of and urgently needed Vera Cruz. By Claude L'EngleDont't
has finally taken shape in the new Beside the four large towns the
Notices of Lost. Wanted For Sale Per Get Stung-
A drainage canal or "big ditch" recent- rebels also hold on the border Las lent, ete., for this column. 2oc for one day
' ly put through, and Taftites are re- Vacas, opposite Delrio, San Ygnacio, tOe for three days: or ILOO for one week, forwords May bees are good little in

joicing. in the cattle country below Nuevo 29 the advertisements or leas. fer Money this must column accompany as no sects, DRAWING ROOM

Though not wholly complete onlya Laredo; Guerrero and Mier. Small insertions will be made on credit But they don't fly in June

short portion of the proposed ext garrisons hold each town except Pied FOR SALE In the June primaryDon't SLEEPING CAR

| tention bringing it up to First St., ras Negras, where Colonel Murgia An elegant modern home; four bed- waste time on May .

t remains to be cut through. The to has 1,200 men. There is no large fed- rooms; two bath rooms; gas and electricity bees.

tal length of the ditch will then be eral force north of Saltiljo now that ; throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all VIA

5,700 feet. Across the top it is five Monterey has fallen and General flowers.. 509 East Central avenue. right for you in Congress; .

. feet, with a depth varying from 2 1-2 Guajardo defeated at Allende.Dr. -15-tf. Some other man may be inline I

to 3 1.2 feetBetween FOR SALE with progressive De- : TL&NTIC& L COAST T LINE f

'' its starting point at First J. Henry Martin, who for eleven Nursery stock, one, two, three and mocracy. :

t St., with a branch of "Bogey" creek. years has been pastor of the four year old buds; Foster Early, Some other man may be

ic The ditch has a fall of about six feet Grace Methodist Episcopal church in Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington able to think for the people
I Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahl after election OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
f ,
and will be of great value to the St. Augustine, has received a call to Apopka, Fla. Phone 2221 3-13-tf other
the Memorial church in Jack may some man
Y. lot owners of Taft and vicinity. Snyder

, In addition to the main line, several sonville, and will enter upon his new FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one won't.

. l.j smaller side ditches of shorti duties Sunday. acre in bearing orange grove; six And may be you'll get ailui

)I k, length, connecting therewith, were acres or gardening cleared; and part trucking of land; suitable located You stung know fooling that with Claude him. I Tuesay J ll SatunlayFOR J

made for the purpose of reaching half mile from city limits on public
IMIIMMimillllllMtJ is NOT be
fi and draining adjacent lands. Altogether oad. Bargain. Address M. C. B., a may ;

}l.t the ditch forms quite and extensive Shoe Repairingby care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf You know that he .will RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL OK
think and act for you,
Ji bit of engineering. Off and W. R. O'NEAL Ticket
FOR SALE-New two-story, five Because he is now in Congress City Agent, Telephone 71.
on for some time past, a force of room house, with bath. :
PARCEL POSTMen's Modem in doing this very thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
-; men have been working thereon under every way. Just off Lucerne Circle.
Good bargain to prompt buyer. When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.
the direction of W. A. Lewis,
1: member of the Taft City Council Half Soles, 7SC: to 8SC -10-eod-lrao Owner, phone 466, city. thing, ; George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
Ladies' Half Soles 60c to 75c Don't risk the best chance
Kirkland Division Passenger
;;,.. About three-fourths of the labor Agent, Tampa.
E performed, was volunteered, though Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750Hand FOR SALE that ever happened. ,
Turned Soles, '1.00 Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 weekly Claude L'Engle has been I HilMIIHItltitniHilllliilllllllllillllMMillliFare .
nearly all Taft residents contributed
Heels Repaired, 2e no interest. time-tried and firetested -
oftheir means toward the furtheranceof Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 !
in the for thepeople's
the proJect. All work returned in 24 hours. acres land, lake front $1,250. fights
Orders without remittance returned 12,000 land 6 rights.He e
The remaining work to be done acres miles of Or-
C. 0. D. We
pay lando. is
$10 per acre. the one sure thing
,f has been delegated to the colored residents return postage. 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando. for you in this race for 302

of the place, though the main'purpose $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. .
of the waterway-that of A. LEWTER. Congress in the Fourth .. GAILY BETWEEN
draining the cypress depression west A. Hanson -14-d&w-lm District.He UFFALOSj,'
is there for term
one ""
of town-has been already served. In 19 East Pine Street FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster IEVELAND
Keep him there for another
weather it will vol ORLANDO FLORIDAMMMIIIIIIiiliiiilliilt bargain; recently completely
wet carry away overhauled i ia
Vote for Claude L'Engle -
and made good as new in every -
1 umns of water which would otherwise
park guaranteed first class condition I first.
{t collect in the depression and back -- ; must be sold at once,-even-at Take a chance second

!i up upon adjacent lands. ANNOUNCEMENTS sacrifice. Come, or address, White I I IChadwick's

i Residents of East Taft boast a ditch Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. ,
4-23-tf THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"UajtkSWfortkre
J system own, connecting with
FOR SALE-Fine < 98 fat 9 1acJw.;510 staterooms ad pvlanm. --oo.1iD<< 1500 pssenII
the famous damage well south of horse. Price and
1 .
I hereby announce my candidacy for RepsenUtive Crater c *t-larger is all pronartioni ncbrr ia til ppautOMBte 16-Ihaa"1 MMOMTmton wmLnl
i town. from Orange county subject to terms reasonable. Address Box 95, of ib._lL la narsa, Jane lilt.

:} This well forms a real scientific the action Jane 2nd.of the Democratic primary to beheld Orlando, Fla. 4-28-lw Special Listof Magnificent St......."SEEANDBEE.""Cty of Em"and"Gty of Buffalo"

curiosity. It is 400 feet deep and J. IL REESE. AFTER JUNE 1st lady employee Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND. ht to Dee.tat
wishes Properties for Sale and Rent Lease Buffalo ':00 P.H. La"CWW '00 P.M.
1J eight inches in diameter. At a dis- FOR REPRESENTATIVE to share her comfortable waive Qnelsn4 7 JO A.M. Ani"Bo&Ia 740A.M. iEwuraSuodudTuDe
tance of twenty-five feet below the apartment with a congenial lady. II ( ) <
I hereby announce my candidacy for Rep. Close in. Reasonable. References Coemeeomata.relaaIGePatls.Bay,To1edo.DecJait....Jlpoi.tatieta.JS.ath.aat.Raaee
surface the water in this well is said res ntative from Orange county subject te exchanged. Address P. 0. Box 402. dekete nedIac between B.fnl.u..OereUad an g_trmporUlioooa oa oar st__
Lake Lucerne: Private boardingand Ask ticket Beta r C.ft B.Lisa WnM fat hindimiMi fllmtrateJ UaMrt tne.
f to stand at a level in dry weather. the actioa of the Democratic primary to be 428.1w your ignite M
held June 2nd roominghouse bedrooms THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., CI.T.UB, G|.
:;! When wet and there is an universal S. S. GRIFFIN. ,

JI pressure from above, the watetr pours FOR Wilson SALE-Pair 204 of mules by T. J. seven private baths. Every-
1 down the opening with a rush and Fla. 4-29-3t thing complete, even silverwareand
11 like that of I hereby announce myself a candidate for
roar a mountain water-
Representative from Orange county for the FOR SALE-Two heifer calves, 2 piano. This grand proposi
II I next session of the Florida Legislature sub i
fall.Members ject to the Democratic primary to be held weeks old. These calves are from tion can be secured for six
of the town council are June 2nd. fine cows and registered male. Price Your Business CorrespondenceShould
r grateful to ail who assisted in the C. P. DICKINSON. right See H. A. Vivian, city. months for $200.00, just a few

f drainage work., FOR REPRESENTATIVE 4-29-3t dollars more than a private

Present Taft officials are as follows Yielding to what appear to be the desire FOR SALE-Ladies' coaster brake house; coolest location in the be filed so that you can turn to
of leading citixena in almost
r : Mayor, A. M. Bristol Clerk cinct of every pre bicycle; used six weeks; perfect .
Grain county that OM of the candidates city; strictly no children. (N. B.)
,:.' E. C. Hammond. to he nominated for Representative condition; cost $35; will sell for $15. it quickly and easily. Our business is
ia the primary election of June 2nd should Call at Duke Hall. 4.30.3t
\$ Members of council: J. E. Tracy, be from the country praciacta. I hereby announce Also six-room cottage, furnished

D. B. Spahler, A. J. Richardson, W. myself a candidate A. B. NEWTON. GIRL WANTED for cashier. Apply, complete; fine shade, close in; to furnish any atyle of files that you may

f A. Irvin, C. A. Thompkins. MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION reference.stating salary Address expected Box "B, and," Sentinel give- ready NOW, unfurnished, North 'need, from a 5 cent wire hook up to an elaborate

|f Mr. H. Tice, it is expected, will be 4.29-3t Orange four blocks
out. Ask
'k. appointed; to the position of town I hereby announce myself u a candidate office outfit made by the Globe-Wer-
'.-; for re-election to the office of Member of AUTOMOBILE WANTED-If Chadwick for these and other
marshal Board of Public Instruction, Orange County. wish to you
3 Two more enterprises are now in tram primary District No.Very 3, subject respectfully to the coming seven passenger dispose car of a before 1914 five going or properties for sale or rent. Good nicke Co. or Weis Manufacturing Co.

i. sight, both, of which will serve u WM. EDWARDS. North, drop a postal to "D," Box 298 service at all times.
kind of office fixturesor
See about
Zellweod FlaFOR ,city. us any
great accessions to Taft, namely the 4.30.3tFOR

proposed electric line SUPERVISOR Of REGISTRATION -
connecting necessities.W. .
I hereby aatounce myself aa a candidate REIr
Sanford with Kissimmee, the projected for re-eleetUo '.o the office of Supervisor of -
Registration for Orange County snbjeat to CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND
line wilt pass through Taft the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd FOR RENT- Permanently, unfur

The second project takes shape in 1914. nished, at South Lake and South BUSINESS EXCHANGE S. BRANCH,
the proposed paving through Orange streets, very nice lower flat; has five
FOR SHERIFF rooms and bath and all modern con 19 W. Church St. Phone 39&.
; County, of the road already famousas I hereby announce myself as a candidate veniences. Address C. Goesswein, The Arcade Book and Music Store
the direct automobile route, connecting for Sheriff of Orange ,County, subject to the Lake Davis. 4-16-tf Open Evenings
Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914.
between Jacksonville and PRANK GORDON.
FOR SHERIFF FOR RENT-Two office spaces in d .
4 This road which
passes our More at No. 9 W. Church

4. with brick.through Taft, is to be paved office I announce of Sheriff myself! of Orange aa a candidate County Florida for the Electric Come in and Co.we will show you. 3-29-tf street.Pierce 1IS111111111111111 '\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ii\ \ \\\ \'\\\\\\\\\\\\, tIT'S

: subject to the Democratic primary. I am a
7 Still another project, purely local native of Orange county. In asking the votes
of my fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge The new Shelby hotel at Winter

: is the and street Fourth grading streets proposition.Third and Second. favor the to any duties man of for the the office upholding without of fearor the Garden is open for lease or Vent Experienced TIME TO THE UP 1 HOUSE

laws and the preservation of peace and good party preferred. AddressJ.
Avenue, are to receive attention. order in the county. L.
WILLIAM IL DOUGLASS. Dillard. 4-28-4t
; Nearly all Winter Taft residents

}i have ed come from been large their eating and own lucious strawberries vines and and still tempting pluck they people District I Commissioner aa FOR to%a.the candidate COUNTY If best elected of of for COMMISSIONER I my Orange promise the ability office county to having of serve County from the r e- TO 4-26-tf ern RENT-Some houses. Daetwyler very desirable, phone mod-563. f FURNISHING R I I G Q QUESTION[ IN R REAL[ l '

: as ever. Strawberry culture is sided here a number of years I am qua'-
fed to know UK needs of the section and MISCELLANEOUSSpray
: proving so much of a success on Taft, the people.

soil, that many of her residents plan Respectfully.A. C. STARBIRD material, insecticides and EARNESTOur

going into the business on a large,, Apopka Fla. fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San-
FOR COMMISSIONER ford, Fla. Write for prices and litOMt'11Tef -
year. f hereby announce n-yrelf a candidate for : 1 M

On the premises of J. E. Holly may 3.re-election Orange as county Commissioner Florida,from subject District to No the WILL--Vy.ow. Y-GylrA.: II stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive ;

be seen an arbor covered with a" action of the Democratic primary to be held PAY $1.05 CASH for Nancy ::
luxuriant, growth of vines June 2nd. 1814. Hall and Porto Rico yam potato delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added
grape J. L. DILLARD.
slips, fifty to the bunch.
representing half a dozen different FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Plant Co., Apopka, Fla. Apopka 4-24-6t ; pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-

: varieties, some of which grew from for I hereby County announce Commissioner myself Orange as a candidate Count. We : ble in every sense of the word.
t cuttings that came from the islandsof District Four subject to the aztioa of the insure your life and loan you II
Democratic primary June 2nd. 1914. I will money on real estate at 6 cent I.
per .
Lake Erie. The 111111111111.lllllllllllllllllltt..IIIII.III.llllt.111..11
are just greatly appreciate your support interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., ::
one old and are heavily loaded Yours truly Curry, Building
year C. J. SWEET. Tampa, Fla.325d&wtf. '
CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan
; with young clusters just coming into Pine Castle Fla. you
blossom. First class Brazing a specialty at to extended without the expense of joining -
i I announce myself as a candidate for ra- > purchase goods on payments,
election to the office of Cotaty Commissioner i Warman's Repair Shop o.i Court St.
Orange County District Five subject 125tf. Our salesmen will this
other explain
CARRAXZA clubs formalities.
HOLDS NORTHERN to the decision of the Democratic primary or any
FRONTIERBrownsville June 2nd. 1914. SEED! SEED! SEED!
Respectfully, Garden and field seed. feature to 'ou.
E. L. BROWN DeLaney & \ ; )
Ft Christmas Fla. Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
Texas, April 3C.-For I, . . MIMMIHtdteilllllilliMllllllllimilll
FOR TAX ASSESSOR Rubber Stamps made to order at
the first time since the present revolution I hereby announce my candidacy for the Wannan's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
4 began the Mexican constitu office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject -
to the action of the Democratic primary
tionalists today were in control of the 'I called for Jane 2nd 1914. If nominated and T. S. Abetuthy, auto livery, phone
elected I pledge you my faithful service. 2, Orlanfc.
entire northern frontier ff Mexico divided ARTHUR BUTT.

by the Rio Grande from Texas. Kincaid & SnowdenFurniture
Four Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
strategic garrison towns and I hereby: announce myself a candidate for ,
reelection: as County Commissioner from for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and I
800 miles of rich land included in
are District No. 1
of Orange county subject to Pepper Crates. 4-29m
the territory.The the action of the primary of June 2nd. You Bean, Cuke and Potato hampers 9
support will be
greatly appreciated.
rebels completed their control M. 0. OVEBSTREET. 1.2 cents at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, of Characterat i
E of the section when Nuevo Laredo 4.29m.
and Piedras Negras were occupied I hereby
announce myself a candidate for
Treasurer of Orange County subject to the Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, F1a.,
without the of shot.
firing a Pre- Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and Popular Prices........
viously Matamoros, opposite Browns- J. H. TUCKER. Pepper Crates. 4-29m

ville at the mouth of the Rio Grande, FOR TAX COLLECTORI
K Isi
and Juarez, where revolutions are for reelection hereby uaonaet to the office myself of as Tax a candidate Collectorof ney Buy&: year Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLa-a Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida \ \ \

made, were the important northern Orange County subject to the Democrat ''I
; primary to W held June 2nd. 1914. If re- shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf IIII
points under the sway of Venustiano elected I pledge to yon my faithful serviced

aK f Carranza. The federal garrisons of 2KT I have. __ endeavored to give W.in t the MARTIN.mast Try the Sentinel Job Department. :::: : : : : : :


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$1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.

1; 100 ROOMS J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.



1;: 1 $1.00 A DAY MEALS 50 CENTS NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to

: Inquire at office for low weekly and monthly rates for the
ii ti.I summer. $20.00 te $24.00 A MONTH.

: J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop.

# : ,, I B. MMKDDER, Prop. Orlando, Fla. .


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Philadelphia, April 30.-Three
Americans, R. D. Paxton, his nephew HOME MARKETOf

R. H. Paxton of Kansas City, and E.
E. Morgan of Houston, Texas, arrived -J Owner leaves for the north

here last night on board the steam We have a limited supply IRON AND BRABHAM May 5th and has instructedus Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
ship Kentuckian from Puerto Mexico. to sacrifice the property.

The Paxtons are managers of a large COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming Located on Main street in AND SALT MEATS

coffee plantation on the isthmus of desired. high-class Lot
quantity Price sure right. neigborhood.
Tehauntepec and Morgan is managerof
feet. Nine
77x225 large
a cattle range at Oaxaca. They Also have to offer in any quantity Bean, Cuke and
rooms and bath, garage nnd Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
had not heard of the difficulty be
Potato hampers at 91-2 cents- We carry constantly a full servants house. The homeis
tween the United States and Mexico
Everything screened from the flies
away and kept fresh
until they arrived at Puerto Mexico.There line of crate material of all kinds. completely furnished and
the Amrican consul advised surrounded with beautiful and pure.

them to leave the country as soon as Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car shade trees. Owner has oc- We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

possible and they boarded the Ike nriers, etc., Phones 181191. cupied the property and re everything in the Meat Line.
tuckian because the line to Galveston ceived
an income of100 per
had been withdrawn.All .
three men declare that General F. F1. Dutton month from furnishod rooms
Huerta is being supported by all for the past six months. Reas The PARLOR MARKET

classes in the section of Mexico in onable terms if necessary
which they live. They denounced the SANFORD, FLORIDA This is a fine location for a

rebel leader, Villa, as a bandit 4-29-lm. ; rooming house.Cooper H. M. Self & Co.

"While Huerta may not be the man I
to govern Mexico," said R. D. Paxton, Ill HIIMMIII11111111111111111 III MM 11 MM $ Atha PINE STREET
"the United States should be very ;
careful in its negotiations with Villa." Phone No. 80
114 South
Orange Ave., Ground Floor
The Kentuckian sailed from Puerta -
Mexico a week ago, two days Phone No. 311 HiliitimmiMiHnntmimmmmiiimimtmtetiiiiniiiii

ahead of time, because of the threatening -- ---

condition of affairs. n- : :,: : : UH:::::. '+4 1

"USED TO" For Sale We Will Put the Reins !

Not infrequently persons asking
for prices for advertising and job : I of Success in Your
printing express surprise that pricesare Just arrived car load ; Modern 8-room :I

five higher years today ago than, and they remark were fouror that FORDS for immediate i I House 2 doors ::I HandsHow

"You used to do it for such a price." : I
west of
delivery. I WyomII -
These people never for once consider ?
that the expense of printing has advanced Get i I ing Hotels I Bar- : By furnishing you with ;

to as great an extent, if not yours now I a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ;
greater, as that of any other class j-gain. ::
of business. They seem to forget- F. G. RUSH I call on you. He will give- you a !

That the farmer "used to" get only Phone 226 iii formula that will make and
from one-half mature ;
to one-third what he A. L. Bentley

now gets for his pork, beef, sausage, your fruit.

eggs, poultry, and other farm pro ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUE

That the cost of everything in creation HMHMIMHMIMHMMPLANTSPLANTSPLANTS .

has almost doubled, except the -

subscription price of newspapers and T The Southern r Fertilizer
reading matter generally. l'I
That the printing establishmentwhich I pay $1.25 per 1,050 for Nancy :
Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato :
was operated upon a weekly plants. P. M. 3hanibarger, Pine Castle ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
expense of $150 a few years ago now Fla. 4-21-lOt '
has to meet an expense of doublethat I -
MMittttttttf iMMffOMttl HHHMIMIIIIIMMMitltt
sum. Who is your painter and decorator? --

The Sun "used to" get a certain If you are satisfied keep tie one pen Sentinel want advertising 'serves The Sentinel is the newsiest arJ I
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, ](,
book bound for $1.50, whereas we now N.. 636. 1-20-tf I the seer and the offerer equally. best printed daily in Central Florida,
have to pay $4.00 for the same job.
The editor of the Sun "used t'"
To the West MimillMMiiMliilillllMimMIMMMIIMMMMIIMIIIilHMMMMmHlflMW.
work for $25 a month and pay his and NorthwestVIA

board out of that sum, whereas more
than one of his employes today receive -

We$30weekly"Used to"salary.buy eggs for ten DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND M. SLEMONS

cents a dozen and grown hens for 25
cents each, but who can buy eggs or LIMITED

chickens for double that price today?

All of us "used to" live for about Des Dui

one-half what it costs us to subsist .v Orlando, A. C."L.......12:31 Limited.am 3:13pm F1Ju.SOUTH: I T Orlando ...ATLANTIC..............LIMITED....... New Goods Arriving Daily
upon today, and none of us can affordto r Jacksonville A. C. L.... trfSam 7:30pm Jacksonville ...............,..... 3:13pm 7:30pm
work for the same we "used to" v Jacksonville A. C. L... 1lhm 81 pm v'Jacksonville, A. C. L.T ...........
v Waycross, A. C. L......11:50am 105 pm Waycross, A. C L. ............ 8:15pm
work for and even eke out an existence r Macon, G. S. A: F....... 5Upm /:11 am r Macon, G. S. A F. ..............1020pm. 3:4
for ourselves much less r Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03pm YtfSui r Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 7fl2a.12:19pm am
supporta r Chattanooga, W. A: A..12:18 11:55 am r rrillt L, A N. ............. ..
family. r A N. ...............
r Nashvffle N. c. A St L. 4 50 3:16pm
Remember, friends, when dealing I : am 4:30pm r Loniiville J 1.. d''.N. .............. 9:00pm: (
with Ar St. Louis L Co I: 1.A N. 2:10 pm 7:%0 am r Indianapolis, *>a. L ....eo...... 1:50 am
the printer, that things are not Ar Hopkinsville. L A N........... .:21 Ar Lexington, LA N. .......,.... 1:50pm We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
what they "used be pm Ar Cincinanti. LAN. ........
to" and that the ; ..... 8:50 pm
printer has got to live as well as the Ar EvanivOle L I: N. 9: Sam 0:2S pm r Kalaaaioo G. R. A L ..........12:20pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Ar Terra Haute C. A E. L. l ai 1:01 Grand Rapids
pm am C. R. A: L .......
balance of humanity.GainesviUeSun. Ar. Chicago, C. A E. L..... .:50 pm .:50 MB r Cleveland. B T .. 2:45pm
Fonr ....-........ 7:15--am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
Solid train, composed of section drawing- SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
The bronze loom sleeping can. observation eempartmeJlt.Solid train composed of electric lighted
elk recently presented an and dining ear, between Jacksonville and &Wln-room Pullman sleeping car and coach- AC* Best place !in the city to trade.
to the Daytona lodge of Elks by Chicago and section drawini-room sleeping is, between Jacksonville and
between Cincinnati and
ar Jacksonville and St. Louis.
Commodore Burgoyne, has arrivedand Jukwar 71e. Louisville and Indianapolis;
been placed in position on the Solid train carrying DIXIE FLYER electric lighted through sleeping car between Jacksonville and ..
eomartment Cleveland also
: Pullman
grounds south of the Elks' home inthat observation sleepers, and electlic sleeping car between
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. Firm Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
city. lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining cap W. M. SLEMONS
erves meali a te carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati

Only :a fool will neglect his fanuly ----...
benefac W. R. O'NEAL
tor. City Ticket Aft'-. W. D. WHITE, De 1'icket ArenL




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I At a called meeting of the Annie
'Coleman Chapter of the U. D. C. yesterday -
.S ECK ." .... Y :'' afternoon delegates were chosen -
: }
; *,, 4 for tho state meeting to be held

.. .)E. .of in Kissimmee, and other business was
trar sacted.

'hr The usual date for the annual meeting t

,......... ........" is in May, but a movement is being ... .:::'" :, i

agitated to change this to December _
and although the matter is

i THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO still undecided the delegates elected ..11 3
will either date.
serve at The representatives '. .
of the local chapter will :.. :. ..'. Ijy
f w .. be the president, Deaconess Parkhill, ... i ..
Miss Agnes Person, Miss Margaret :: :" : '. 7' --
Hart, Mrs. L. H. Lawrence and Mrs.

PERHAPS YOU HAVE PAID TWICE Edna Fuller, with Mesdames Eliza-
I beth Abernethy, W. P. Watson, S. G. .
Perhaps you have known the bitterness of Dolive and Robt. Howe as alternates. THAT FLAG
It was decided to remove the bodyof *4
paying a bill the second time. a veteran from an old cemetery to :; stands for the protection of life ,

With account at this Bank the Confederate plot in the Orlando .
checking l
a you cemetery.The .. 1ullI and property of American Citizens .

Y are sure of having receipts that the Courts of the May meeting will be held at tilillil everywhere -

the home of Mrs. W. P. Watson at
United States recognize as valid.If and
three-thirty on the afternoon of the
you want to hear how this "double payment twelfth. : the same Government protects

protection" is arranged, call at the bank at your BRIDGE IN HONOR OF MISS .-' tIlJlIv their finances when entrusted to

first convenience. We will explain fully. SARA HARGREAVESA ; to this "National" Dank, which is
i : under Government
delightful bridge party was given .''. :. .
by Miss Guilda Happersett yesterday -
afternoon at her home on the
east side of Lake Eola, this pleasant

affair being given in honor of her ;
Y charming house guest, Miss Sara .
Hargreaves, of DeLand. ..' ....."' '...,. ....:..'.-, f .
Five tables of players enjoyed the I .. \.'':: .':- -. \ .
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interesting games, Mrs. Leonard -
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s HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS ENTERTAIN ribbons. The music was given by the Bumby winning first honors, while c -F-? ".... .' :'. '. ;" '. .. : J

K SENIORS .I high school orchestra, and the young Mrs. Fort was the next in fortune, as t
people enjoyed a number of to her was awarded the "consola
A pretty party was given at the I'I dances. tion." D I : I: ai J.j. J.
home of Miss Ruth McCullough on I'; The class colors of the juniors, gold Delicious punch was served throughout ; r
ti Main and afternoon, and at the conclusion
street, when the junior class of purple, were noticeable in the delicious -
the 0. H. S. entertained the seniors. I supper of creamed chicken, of the card contest, the hostess, I

The guests assembled at eight o'clockon pineapple salad, grape punch, sand- ably, assisted by Thornton Misses Alma DeLa- ::'::'::'.'< ':():-: .- ::\.: .. ":, :". .:;.:..::...... "": :. '. .. .
Mayme and Norma
the wide veranda, which was gaily wiches, olives, pickles, grape ice in ney '' '
F decorated with Japanese lanterns,'( orange cups, cake, mints and coffee. Gettier, served chicken salad, sand -"
I( ,wiches, nuts, olives and coffee.
f and a vote was taken for the queen The senior class is composed of Among those present beside the HEAVY FRUIT SHIPMENTS BEING An entire car load of crate material going to Baltimore, the cabbage to
who was to reign the May day
over Misses Dorothy Slemons, Lorena
r guest ,of honor were Mrs. DeWitt SENT NORTH was taken up to Citrus Center a day Savannah and the beans to New Yorkor
. festivities. Miss Lorena Walker
was Walker, Mildred Wilfred Katherine
Miller, Mrs. Allan Weathersbee, Mrs. two ago, the shipment including and Philadelphia.about .
chosen, and she escorted to
was a Padgett, Bertha Dawson, Edith Ram-
" throne I Loon Fort, Mrs. Benj. Thrower, Mrs. Fort Myers, Fla., May 1.-Ship- 20,000 crates.
by two ,
pages Ralph Thompson bo, Minnie Harris, and Messrs. Kirby In the western end of the little
Leonard Mrs. Gordon About the
Bumby first of last November
and Oscar Miller, who carried the Douglass, Wm. Walton and Willis Wright, ments of vegetables are now being
royal robe of purple, the golden crown Rogers. Mrs. Irvin Dunn, Mrs. Ralph Yearby, mado from Citrus Center. Nearly the A. C. Marshall company, one of island of Dignan park lake Engineer
r and the queen's scepter on a silver Mrs. Louis Dolive, Mrs. Earl Gore, every boat coming down brings cratesof the largest produce concerns in the Bleo has constructed an electrical
The juniors are Misses Ruth Mc- and Misses fountain that is certain to prove one
Sara Slemons Vida state,
salver. Two dainty little flower tomatoes and beans, and yesterday planted 'approximately
i maids, Misses Mary Barker and Su- Cullough, Corinne Barker, Nina Nell Thomas, Willie and Jean the first shipment of cabbage I acres of tomatoes, and brought over of the chief attractions"during the
san Miller, strewed blossoms in the Henderson Swearingen, Roxana Irwin, Annie Person, Alma DeLaney, Mayme reached the city. Some enthusiastic an expert tomato grower from the convention.-Times-Union.
pathway of the Berry, and Messrs. Thornton, Elma and Norma Gettier, growers are sending crates of vege- East Coast, who has given his entire
;. queen. j i j I Sidney Newell, Carl Henderson, Arthur Mary Rock, Berta time SPRING TIME IS CLEANING TIME
Beacham, and Lucy tables to their friends in the North during tho past season to the _
After the
coronation, the
royal par Newell, Eugene Carpenter and Lee Walton.
. ty, with the members of both classes Kirby Fuller. by parcel post. Last night the Dawn culture of this acreage. We" renovate, clean 1 repair and dye
formed in procession and marched. brought in three crates of tomatoes,1 I I Other growers have planted vegetables rugs, carpets, and portiers. Our work

i.. out doors to twine the May pole with]II I Read Sentinel want ads. "cook Ask with for a. box" of matches and each bearing a 50-pound parcel post and the crops are now being expert guaranteed.in the Prices state.reasonable.Phone 195.Onlmarketed. J.
gas. stamp, and two hampers of beans. Most of the tomatoes are Baylarian, No. 45 East Pine street.

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81x90, FULL SIZE, 95c SELLER . 79C $2.00 VALUES . . . . . . $1.48

2 to CUSTOMER $3.00 VALUES . . . . . .'. . $2.29THE AFTER SUPPER SALE



$1.35 PORCH ROCKERS . . . . 98c
i: 42, 45 BY 36 SIZES
! $4.00 VALUES . . . . . ... . $2.98
I $3.00 HAMMOCKS . . . . . $1.98
c 25c VALUE . . .. . . :: 19C
: $1.50 VALUES .
. : . .-. . . 3.25
':r $2.50 HAMMOCKS .?. . . . . $1.89
. 2 TO CUSTOMERA $5.00 VALUES . . . . . . $3.50 .

$6.00 VALUES . . . . . . $4.25

$2.00 VALUES . . . . . . $1.48 and Children's BARE FOOT SANDALS
17c., 6 FOR . . . . . . $1.00 PRICES RANGING FROM $1.00 TO $2.50. ALL
: These are good values All Good Values


LESS73c .$1.19
s SHIRTS . . . . 73c I NIGHT SHIRTS ... . I PAJAMAS . . . $1.19 \ $2.00 FAULTLESS PAJAMAS .$1.63



Orlando's Largest Store Quality Did It"

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