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 3, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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







Committee of That City's Board of PRESSURE BE GIVEN UP Novel Method Employed to Introduce

00PJ.NlA WON1 TREAT WITH HUERTAI Trade Preparing Program' of Steel Fence Post to Farmers lOSSS[ AGGREGATE[ [ THIRTY ,THOUSANO


THE MEDIATION WILL BE CONFINED Every day brings some bit of inter- novel and certainly an attractiveand RIED
TO DIFFICULTIES BETWEEN esting information, concerning the HAVE BEEN LIVING THERE FOR AS THE TROUBLE IS IN WIDELY effective method of introducingthe DISASTER

HUERTA AND THE booster trip to Miami which leaves PAST THIRTEEN YEARS ENGAGED SCATTERED DISTRICTS NO steel fence posts made by the WILL FALL UPON W. G.
Orlando May 18. Yesterday's Miami SPHALER PIONEER
IN CITRUS FRUIT OFFICER WILL BE IN American Steel and Wire company of CITIZEN
\ UNITED STATES Herald contained the following: I New York was employed by the Joseph I OF TAFT
J. M. Cook, of Orlando, who is here I INDUSTRY Bumby Hardware company, of

Washington, May 2.-(Special.)- in the capacity of pioneer of the PROFIT OF FORCES Orlando, yesterday when two hun- Taft, Fla., May 2.-Fire broke out
All efforts to draw Carranza into Boosters club of the Orlando Boardof I dred guests were entertained at a this morning about 4 o'clock in the

their negotiations having met with Trade, states that about sixty I That Huerta is doomed and the Washington, May .-Under au- i luncheon given at the San Juan ho- large Taft hotel building, completely
failure, the.A. B. C. envoys attempt. members of the organization will I United ,States is destined to straighten thority of the president, Secretary of tel. consuming the hotel, W. G. Sphaler'sstore
ing the mediation problem, do not leave Orlando on the 18th of May for' out affairs in Mexico was the gist War Garrison today issued a procla- After the delightful menu had been the postoffice and some adjoin

propose to wait longer for his viewson this city, and that they will spend of a statement made last night to a mation calling upon the people in the enjoyed the cigars, made in Orlando, ing buildings. Guests in the hotel

the establishment of an armistice that- night at Cocoa or Melbourneand( reporter for the Sentinel by Mr. JohnW. strike district of Colorado to surren- were passed, and when every one was escaped in their night clothes, and
between. his troops and Huerta's. the night of the 19th at Palm Beach, McDonald who has reached OrI' der all arms and ammunition to the comfortable Mr. Bumby introducedMr. only for the presence of a darky who

They propose now to proceed with reaching Miami next day. | United States officers now in chargeat R. H. Clemmer, representative of kicked in the doors and gave the
their negotiations without consider-' The Orlando boosters will be met I Mr. McDonald is accompanied by the various troubled localities. the manufacturing company, who alarm, several would have perishedin

ing the constitutionalists. at Fort Lauderdale by an equal num-I I his wife, and they will go from Or- Secretary Garrison's proclamation, gave a talk on the history of the post their beds, as all were asleep.
To surround their deliberationswith ber from the Miami Board of lando to Virginia to visit relatives addressed to Major Holbrook at Trinidad -' made by the company.It The origin of the fire is a mystery,
absolute neutrality, it is further headed by the entertainment committee -i I while spending their enforced vaca- is in the most sweeping terms might occur to some one who as there was no fire in the building
stated that they are preparing to ad- who will pilot the visitors to the tion in the United States. The McDonalds and demands the disarming of not didn't hear Mr. Clemmer's talk thatit since yesterday morning. Suspicion

journ their sessions to Havana, Cuba. Davie Farms, where an Everglade lived in Orlando formerly* only strikers but mine guards. would be difficult to make such a points to postoffice thieves looting
These were the important developments dinner will be prepared for them.!!I going from here to Mexico, where Secretary Garrison's determinationto subject interesting, but Mr. Clemmer the postoffice and store and firing the

today in the pending media Several hours will be spent at Davie,I they I have resided for the past thirteen issue the proclamation was reached possesses the gifts of an entertaineras building.The .
tion of Mexico's troubles and the information and thy Orlando men will be given a Mr. McDonald is after mature deliberation

years. engaged upon well as a good salesman, and he largest individual loss is to Mr.
came from a source close thorough demonstration of what can in the citrus fruit industry i in! ports from Major Holbrook at Trin not only interested his hearers but he Sphaler, whose store had a stock in
enough to the envoys to be regardedas be done with the lands of the Ever Mexico, his grove being five miles out I idad: instructed them as well. The processof it valued at $12,000. This was covered -
glades when scientific methods of
authoritative. from Tampico. It was pointed out in directing the manufacture was gone into and it only partially by insurance. The
These developments mean, in a farming are applied. j The business is much more profit- surrender of arms to any commanders was interesting to see the interest loss of the hotel furniture and fix-
G. Duncan Brossier, L. E. Kloeber,
word, that the envoys who are conducting able there than it is in Florida, he at the respective stations, the manifested by those present. The tures is roughly estimated at $8,000.
R. W. Ralston, C. H. VanDyke, Geo.
the negotiations have practically said. There are many factors that government assumes all responsibility speaker was frequently interruptedby The building itself was valued at
L Pfeiffer, Don Ferris, W. N. Urmeyand
given up hope of persuadingthe operate to make it so. The labor is for) the protection of property which! questions from the guests, and in $10,000. Mr. D. B. Sphaler is the
Chas. A. Muller, composing the
constitutionalists to consent to cheaper, it is not necessary to use individuals, associations, firms and this manner many details were developed postmaster. Mr. C. R. Sphaler, who
entertainment committee of the board
yen consider the mediation of their any fertilizer, irrigation is unneces- corporations hitherto have been which might have remained otherwise was in the building at the time and
Differences with Huerta, and there- I I of trade intend crowding into the sary and the prices are higher. Or- guarding on their own account. Em- untoched. It should be known assisted in rescuing other occupants,

ire regard the prospect of the pacifi- three days they expect the Orlandomen anges were selling at sixty dollars a phasis was laid on the fact that the hat a special effort had been madein was forced to make his own escape
tion of Mexico by mediation as dis- to be here, every form of enter- thousand a short time before he left sweeping terms of the proclamation the guest list to invite those who from a window in the second story, a
uraging. This leaves for mediationly tainment that has suggested itself to Tampico, he said. Speaking of the calling "all not in military service of are interested in fence building. nearby post affording him an easy
the differences between Huertand them as suitable for the amusementand unsettled political condition in that the United States" applies only to Farmers and land owners from every means of landing.

the de facto government of Mexico pleasure of the city's guests.An country, Mr. McDonald said: "The local localities where the United section of the county were present, The disaster is a considerable one
and the United States. automobile ride and sightseeingtrip American flag was absolutely no goodin States troops are present.As and there is no doubt that the steel for Taft to stand up under. The
to Detroit which will include a
Tampico when I left. We all came the troubled districts are fence post will become well known in Sphalers are among the leading citizens -
fish dinner at that will be taken
MEXICANS[ I THREATENED[ [ ATTACK during their stay, place and a visit to the out under the German flag. The ly scattered throughout wide-I I this county from this date. Several here, and have gone through all
American flag was not respected." army officer will be in supreme com I orders were given on the spot. the hardships of pioneer days. They
ON MARINES[ AT VrnA CRUZ ocean ing and beach dancing which, and will will include conclude bath- i Asked if he was forced to leave or mand of the military forces sent into The American Steel and Wire com- have the sympathy of all in their loss.
if he left merely because of the gen- the state. Secretary Garrison will issue pany is giving twenty-five demonstrations
with a banquet at the casino, will
eral uneasiness and unrest, Mr. McDonald his orders directly to the officersin of this kind in Florida, for Mr.
form an interesting part of the pro- CANDIDATES[ MUST T FILE COST
Demanded Surrender of and
: continued: command of the forces in the va- Clemmer carries samples with him,
Started to Destroy Water Worksto gram. ;1 "We were practically forced *to rious localities. and it is a distinct compliment to the
I One entire day 'willbe devoted to BillS WITH COUNTY CLERK
Cut Off Supply leave. That is to say, the American Bumby Hardware company that this
showing the visitors Miami and its
.consul, Clarence Miller, urged us to firm was selected as one of the number -
Vera Cruz, May 2.Speciat( immediate surroundings.. i I| get out, thinking it would be dangerous NOW H THE[ WIRELESS OPERATOR[ to receive the benefit of such an Corrupt Practices Act Requires That

Five hundred Mexicans, commandedby : to remain. introduction. Minute Statement Must Be .
a lieutenant this morning ,made GOVERNOR CAN NOT REMOVE "I expect my place to be raided andI BUNGLED[ SIBERIA STORY Y Made Before Primary

demand upon Major Russell and his JUDGE BETHEL ,I everything of value stolen and the -

third regiment of marines who were : buildings burned," said Mr. McDon- Mistake Is Easily Explained by Those COCRESSIONA ANmOA ItS All The attention of candidates for
doing outpost duty, to surrender. The Tallahassee, Fla., May 2.-The gov- : aId, rather ruefully. "I left the placeI Familiar With the Inter- county offices is directed to the pro-
demand was rejected.The ernor can not declare the judgeshipof i I in charge of peons, but there will be national Code ijUAlifY{ fOR OFFICIAL BAllOT vision of section 19 of chapter 6470,
Mexicans then gave the Amer the eleventh circuit vacant. of the acts of the
I no protection for,it, I fear. legislature of 1913,
icans ten minutes to lay down arms. This is the substance of an advis Mr. McDonald said he had faith San Francisco, May 2.-How a Malone Was Last to Get His Name .in regard to the oath to be taken by
Russell communicated with headquarters ory opinion today handed Governor that President Wilson would bring wireless operator heard the steam- in But Is Much in the the candidates with the filing of state.
e and was ordered not to fire unless Park Trammell.'by the supreme court order in Mexico yet; he has faith in ship Persia sign her code signal "M. Running i ments of expense. Unless this oathis
of this state which
fired upon. has been consid- the wisdom of the president. Huerta, B. S," after giving her latitude and subscribed to before an officer qual-
While the attack on Russell was ing the question contendedt1\lIon request. It he says, is discredited by nearly every longitude, and misread it into "S. 0. Yesterday was the last day for ified to administer oaths, and filed
being made, another detachment of had been some quarters one, though all agree that he has S.," the signal for assistance, was state and congressional candidates to with the statement of expenses, itwill
Mexicans started for the Telgra waterworks that the continued illness of Judge the courage of a bull dog. explained today by those familiar qualify in order to get their names be the duty of the officers tq
which give the city its supply. Bethel, of the eleventh circuit, was Mr. and Mrs. McDonald are stopping with the international code used for I on the official ballot to be voted upon omit the candidate's name from the
The works are twelve miles out. sufficient excuse or grounds for his at the home of Mr. C. G. Lee. wireless work. The mistake probably I in the primary of June 2. ballots. ,
The Mexicans intended to destroythe removal by the governor and the appointment I I Mrs. Lee is a sister of Mr. McDonald. caused the report yesterday that the All the congressional candidates in The written oath, duly adminis-
pipes and stop the supply.. as apart of a successor. the fourth district tered and signed, as provided in the
- Pacific Mail liner Siberia was in dis- qualified, and the
of the plan to establish a food IHUtRTA I tress off the coast of Formosa, whereas names of five will be on the ballot. first part of section 19, should be filed'
blockade from the interior. THE WEATHER ( NAMES NEY Y MINISTER
the steamer was peacefully on her They are St. Elmo W. Acosta, of each statement of expenses byi
i' Three companies of marines under Florida: Fair Sunday and probably Of course to Manila, P. I., where she Jacksonville; Claude L'Engle, of Jacksonville every candidate. There are three:
Major Butler were entrenched at the Monday; moderate temperatures; AFFAIRS docked last evening.The ; W. H. Malone, of Key West; such statements, one to be filed not
water works. Reinforcements were light variable winds.BASEBALL symbols for the two"sets of W J. Sears, of Kissimmee, and Al I more than thirty nor less than twen-

': immediately dispatched to the aid of Ruiz Succeeds Rojas and Will probe letters are as follows: bert M. Williamson, of Jacksonville.It ty-five days prior to the election, they'
I'' Russell and Butler. Tonight the city RESULTS ably Represent Mexico in M. B. S. S. 0. S. began to sook for awhile that second to be filed not more than,

4f( and immediate vicinity are quiet. National League Peace Negotiations -- ... .. ... --- ... Mr. Malone would not get his creden twelve nor less than eight days prior Ito
Pittsburg 7, Cincinati 5. A steamer in giving her longitudeand tials in time. He was out in the dis the election, and the third within
,ANNOUNCES FOR MEMBER Boston 2, Philadelphia 6. Washington, May Licentiate Es latitude sends her own code name trict somewhere, and his application i ten days after the election.
OF SCHOOL BOARDMr. New York 0, Brooklyn 3. teba Ruiz has been appointed minis- thereafter twice. .It is considered did not reach the chairman of the I The oath which candidates must include -

Chicago 4, St. Louis 9. ter of foreign affairs in the Huerta probable that on the first sendingsome committee until next to the last day with their statement returnedto
J. B. Redditt announces in this American League cabinet to succeed Portilla Y. Rojas, operator failed to receive the He is as much in the running, how B. M. Robinson, clerk of the -.'
r issue of the Sentinel for member of Washington 14, New York 1. retired. The Spanish ambassadorhere "M" and "B" and caught only the ever, as if he had qualified the first cuit court, is as follows: I
the county school board from DistrictNo. Cleveland 3, Detroit 0. I was officially informed of th r "S." Naturally alert at the first let day. "I do solemnly swear that the .
2. Mr. Redditt qualified yester- St. Louis 2, Chicago 1. Mr. B. Giles statement herewith filed
appointment by cable this morning ter of the distress signal he caughtthe LeRoy qualified yesterday embraces all
day, and his name will be placed up- Philadelphia 5, Boston 2. He had assisted in the mediation ne two dashes of the "M" as the to be congressional district money spent by me or in my behalf,
on the ballot He is from the'Fort FederaLeague gotiations, and it is authoritatively Persia started sending her code name committeeman from Orange county. with my knowledge and consent,

Christmas section, a native of Or- St. Louis 3.7, Brooklyn 4-5. stated that the change will not affect the second time and overlooked the Mr. F. W. Pope, of Daytona, qualifiedfor through or by any other person; that

ange county and one of the foremost Kansas City-Baltimore; rain. I the continued progress of the mediation slight pause between these two dashes the same position from Volusia I have neither, directly or indirectly,
citizens of his section. He is highlyregarded' Indianapolis 5, Buffalo 3. plans. Ruiz had been referred and the first dash of "B," runningthe county. arranged, encouraged or connived at

c for his honesty and ability, Chicago 4, Pittsburg 7.. to' as the probable Huerta. commis three together. Thus he had.S. It is likely that many of the candi the spending of any money other than
and will make a strong candidate, Southern League sioner in case the mediators proposed 0.And dates neglected to attend to the matter as shown in my said statement; that

and if elected as strong a member of Memphis 9, Chattanooga 8. a commission representing all partie ... until the last moment, and that I have not repaid any money so spent,
the ((board. Other candidates who Atlanta 3, Nashville 2. to the controversy. the final three dots of the "B the names of some had to be telegraphed or claimed to have been so spent, and (
.c have qualified since the last batchtvaa Birmingham 9, Montgomery 2. The Spanish ambassador, Mr. Ri made the third "S." to the secretary of state, 3If r. that I will not do so, and that I have i
reported are J. Frank Gordon, New Orleans 4, Mobile 0. carried the H. Crawford not violated of the
ano, cable announcementof The operator having the location o: Clay at Tallahassee. any provisions of
for sheriff; Jas. E. Knox, M. M. Smith South Atlantic League Ruiz' the laws governing
appointment to the Argen the vessel and what he thought was primary elections
i and Wm. Edwards, members of the Charleston 5, Macon 6. tine legation. The mediators were at "S. 0. S" relayed the call The Per Keep in mind those 50 cent books. and the expenditure of funds in con- l

'C school board for feelectionand Wil- Savannah 4, Jacksonville 2. once called together and a conference sia, having given her location andname Many new issues, including "The nection with a candidacy for a nomination -
ber L t
criminal Tilden 'for solicitor of theo Columbus 4, Columbia 2. began with the Spanish ambassador proceeded. This explained why Harvester." Curtis & O'Neal, next in. a primary, in letter or in j
court. Augusta 4, Albany 2. taking part. nothing more was heard from her. 'postoff ice. spirit, so help me God."


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t we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of jVdEonday

superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

are all right, then why not put us to the test. .
All this week' .

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Your doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your

; case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .

; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have THEM SING

' saved the trouble of going to your doctor again

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

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

be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peon For Economy and Purchase Power

ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate "
z.; s 4 of your money, Try "right's"
-it changes this time to be your neighbor's, instead.of your own." Take 4

these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business ,1' ag Farm.

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

r y ''T Ma The picture will tell the story,
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wt DeLaney & Abernethy .
a t t _' & 310 ACRES GOOD LAND

1 Next Door tOe Store. Orlando, Florida. ; 11i111i1.R ., 40 Acres under fence, 200 good orange -

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Urmal Thomas, the boy who confessed -
y to setting fire to three build-
ings in St. Petersburg, left St. Pe- Special SaleOF .
tersburg yesterday never to return. MMIiillitllllilllllIMM HIIIH MMMMCMMIMM
He was taken back to Kansas by his ttiiilimMMMIIMIMMtlimMtlMlMIIHMimilMIIMHtHlltMIIOrlandoBank
: father, the family moving away from
Florida permanently. The boy has
& Trust Co
been at his home here since he con-
fessed to Chief McNulty last Satur-
day but his father has been keepinga Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
close watch over him and has hardly Gas RangesRealizing
let the boy out of his sight. The RESOURCESReal
agreement with the civil authorities
{: by which the boy escaped punishmentwas Estate, Furniture and Fixtures .. .. .$ 26,437.37
that he was to be taken away Loans and Discounts .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 378,166.14
from St.Petersburg not later than to- Overdrafts .. .. .. .. .. ... . .. 1,225.23
day. The boy was not sent to the reform Stocks and Bonds .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 26,018.33
school because there was no Cash on Hand and due from Banks .. .. .. 473,059.02
proof, except his confession, that he that now is the best time to put in a Gas
had started the fires and if he had $904,906.09
Range, so as to get the benefit of it during the hot weather :
chosen to repudiate the confession he LIABILITIES
s. could not have been convicted. The we are offering our entire stock of Ranges at. a great : L Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

police say the ''next minor caught I . .. .. .. None
reduction during the next two weeks. Re-Discounts . .. . .. .
guilty of any offense will be punished.St. :I Bills payable . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... None
Petersburg Independent. Our proposition is this:
Deposits .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 770,793.72Due
If already have service pipes in house
you your we
The St. Luke's Hospital association to Banks and Bankers .. .. .. .. .. 2,832.59
has just completed a banner year. will give yow
The principal work accomplished is $901,906.09Deposits
the completion of the new quarters,
< since which the average of 45 pa- 20 offon
tients per day has advanced to an per cent March 4, 1914 .. .. .. .. .. .$649,484.91

r average of 70 in the past two months.At Deposits April 11th, 1914 .. .. .. .. .. 770,793.72
the recent annual meeting held a any range in the house.
few days officers for the new Increase in 37 days .. .. .. .. .. .. 121,308.81Deposits
If service is not in will
'year were elected. A. W. Cottrell your already we give you Dec. 31, 1913 . .. .: .. ... .. 521,167.38
a :cwas elected president, and Mrs. W. Deposits April 11th, 1914 ... ... .. .. .. 770,793.72Increase
'1 W. Cummer, first vice-president. 10 per cent off
,.:t: in 100 days .. .. .. .. 249,626,34
t ,
::* HERE AND THERE and install the service (up to 60 feet.)
Increase of of million in deposits in 3 months.
; -Sometimes a deep voice conceals quarter a
-1:a shallow mind. : The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
.Ifl' FREE OF CHARGEon Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

:A live business man fights shy of: I' ._ streets where we have mains. jj friends and customers for making such a statement possible -
"a dead sure thing. -- -
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-1 ) Call and see our line of Ranges and ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
Many a person without musical :
*A talent is adept at blowing his own''' ***t ** ***
[Hihora.4'wHuerta( .
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has guaranteed the safety; DOITNOW.&Light. NOTICE Dr. Buchmaster W$FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
A H>cf foreigners, but who will guarantee Change of Schedule Clyde St. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
./)the,.safety of Huerta? Johns River SteamersUntil OPTICAL REPAIRING
JR !h9'L.L ; further notice the steamers Osteopathic Physician
of this line will leave Sanfor at
tA'not idea of friend
na uncommon a 132 Orange Avenue
; Jsworth having is one who doesn't talk 11:30 o'clock a. m.
politics religion or baseball N. 1L TUPPER, Supt Next door to People's Bank, ?
-; bnx ,:,j.o1. rlanuo Water J. B. CALDER, Agent. up-stairs. Acute and chronic lam'WI
-,ia Some people surprise their friends t Co Ol, Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914- diseases treatedTelephone

a 10 byl'getting married and others surprise If you want your bicycle fixed ina
"' them by staying married. hurry take it to Warman's Repair 578.Put DR. L H. RAMSDELL
Shop. 12-5-tf.
-C.t Statesmen often make "sweeping" Gas Department money in thy purse by advertising ,
Sentinel want shortens, Successor to
advertising ( Dr. 0. P. TJldaa) .
I assertions to throw dust in the eyes in the Sentinel
cheapens and simplifies any real estate
.ri:1 of the people. IltItHtHI H.Hftlltlllllllllllllllltt HMIIIIiHI H "selling task." Sentinel "wants" fill your Wants ORLANDO, ? FLORIDA

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Wednesday, May 6th 1914. York, May 1.-Cable advices

TRAVELS Auditorium Camp E. Kirby-Smith. a received here today from Manaos, ,

10 A. M. Brazil, where his expedition emerged '

Concert Southern airs by the band yesterday from the interior, stated ORLANDO

Jacksonville Has Many High while the veterans are assembling. that Col. Theodore Roosevelt would

Convention called to order by Comrade sail today or tomorrow. He probablywill

Class Roads to Pointsof R. P. Daniel, Commander R. E. reach New York May 20. As no

Interest Lee Camp, U. C. V., Jacksonville. mention was made of the plans of

Invocation, by Rev. H. M. Hamill, other members of the party it is pre- Water & Light Co. |

D. D., chaplain general U. C. V. Uneeda BiscuitA sumed here that several will accom-

Trips to Be Taken Over Them in Au Song, United Confederate choirs. pany Mr. Roosevelt and that Kermit

tomobllel 'During the Reunion of Address of welcome in behalf of the crisp, clean, nutri- Roosevelt will go direct to Madrid,
Confederates May 6, 7, 8. city'by Mayor Van C. Swearingen.
tious food. For Spain, where he will be married
Commander Daniels turns conven- shortly to the ElectricityGas
Jacksonville Fla. April-It Is safe everybody-every- daughter of Ambassa-
,to say that hundreds and possibly tion over to General John L. Inglis, where. Fresh in the dor Joseph E. WiHard.

:thousands of visitors to Jacksonville commander Florida division U. C. V. moisture-proof packages Museum officials expressed the

'during the week of the grew Reunion Music. cents. opinion today that Col. Roosevelt's

,:of Confederate Veterans and Sons of Address of welcome in behalf of discovery of an unknown river affluent Water -. Ice

V terans, will make the trip from Florida veterans, by Ho1!. Frank to the Madera was of unusual
their homes In automobiles. rumen
ous Inquiries have been received from Clark. value to topographers for the guidance

all parts of the Commander Inglis turns.conventionover of the explorers who un-
country concerning may Office:--No. 18 West Central Ave
to General Geo. P. Harrison dertaken
road conditions and especially In re trips into the wilds of the
} gird to the practicability of reaching commander Army of Tennessee de- Amazon.

other points in Florida by automobile partment, U. C. V. .

trips from Jacksonville. Address of welcome in behalf of The chamber of commerce of St. :

desirous For the of information bringing of their auto cars owners to Florida, by Governor Park Trammell. Augustine has made elaborate plans : Telephone No.6. .

Jacksonyllle at the time of the Reunion I I Department Commander Harrison for advertising that city as a summer :

attention Is called to the fact turns convention over to General Bennett ZuZuThe resort. I.

that the city license books show that H. Young, commander in chief,, I

there are over 2,000 licensed automobiles U. C. V.Acceptance. funny little name .

in the city of Jacksonville alone of auditorium, by com- of the famous little I

and during the past winter season mander in chief.Announcement. ginger snap that puts fAULTY DlGfSfllON
more than 2,500 motor-driven vehicles 1111"1111'111111111111111111"111111111111'1111''
have passed through Jacksonville en of committee on ere fresh "snap" and Quickly Shatters the Nervous System "

route to various places on the Florida dentials. "ginger" into jadedappetites I --Immediate Action Neces

peninsula. Unless\ there 'Were fairly) Announcement of committee on req- 5 cents. sary-Use Mi-o-na. 11111.,111,11111111.,111111,1111..1111111,111111.' .
good roads leading from Jacksonville ilutions: When you feel irritable, tired and

to other sections of the State there Song, United Confederate choirs. despondent; when you have nervous
F would not have been one-tenth as twitchings, specks before the eyes,
many cars in Florida this season, and Adjournment to 3:30 p. m. headaches, sour stomach, heartburn, Sprillg llillillH
the home people of Jacksonville would Afternoon Session bad taste in the mouth and pains in
not have invested so heavily motor 3:30 P. M. the colon and bowels-you are suffering -,
vehicles. Invocation by the Right Rev. Edwin from dyspepsia, which invaria-
bly wrecks the nervous system-
Duval county, of which Jacksonville G. Weed of Jacksonville. you ''
need Mi-o-na at '
Our new line for the Spring !
is the county seat, was among the first Music. d d J Mi-o-na goes to the seat of your
of the Florida counties to issue road Annual oration by General W. Calvin trouble and quickly ends stomach and Summer season of 1914 is >

improvement fc- ids and to begin the Wells, Jackson, Miss. misery. It urely and safely builds t now complete. Never in the his- '
paving of Its I. ;hways with vitrified up and strengthens the stomach walls i i
paving brick and concrete. With a Music. and glands, quickly improves the digestive tory of our business have wed

population of only 75,000 in 1909, this Adjournment to 10 a. m., May 7th. system-the xital force an been able to show such a line of
county issued road improvement bonds Evening Session nerve energy are restored, then you
GRAHAM CRACKERSThe enjoy perfect health.Do new and timely goods for Easter -
that year to the amount of $1,000,000 (Social Functions Only)
and it was provided that not more not suffer another day. Get a selling. Our line of Dress
8 P. M. fifty cent box of Miona Tablets froMcElroy's
thaw $250,000 was to be expended in Music. natural sweet- Pharmacy. This treat' Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery

road construction each year for foyears. ur Presentation of official ness and nutriment ment will help you get well and im Ready-to-Wear goods and
The bonds were sold at a sponsor of the wheat are retained mediate relief is guaranteed.FOR notions is complete-the stylesare
handsome and maids.
premium and the
giving them varied enough to suit
has all been expended on the roads of Presentation address by Hon. A. W THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC
the county with a result that this Hawks, Ruxton Md. a delightful flavor INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with

county now has some of the very best io cents. every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
Return of federal battle flag b I hereby announce myself as candidate for
in the South and these roads are a Y the office of Member of the County Board of Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
Joy to the Joyrider and to all persons division U. C. V. Bay biscuit baked by Public, Instruction from School Board District the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent
No. 2
subject to the action
'Who wethem.. Acceptance of flag by Hon. J. N l. of the Democratic
primary June 2nd. 1914. If elected I will cheaper than the regular prices.
But this is not all for the of Cox, of Ohio. give due attention
Board governor
; to the work of the office
NATIONAL We will appreciate and be than pleased to show
County Commissioners is at the present Music. and endeavor to be fair to all the school more !
BISCUIT interests of the county. our line if will call on us.
time you you
working in a
up Adjournment to May 7th, 10 a. m. J. B. REDDITT.
proposition to Issue from $2,000,000 to COMPANYAlways
Second Day-Thursday, May 7th
$5,000,000 additional road improvement CAN YOU AFFORDTo I
bonds and construct a system of i 10 A. M. I look for that name \ valuable
spend time
your asking

paved county roads of and Duval highways that throughoutthe will be a Music.Prayer by Right Rev. Edwin G your neighbors and friends to lookup H. K NNm New YorK Bargain tore

model for all sections of the country. Weed, chaplain Florida division U a house or rooms for you whenou i
Jacksonville Is only seventeen milesin C. V. can get the most information and

a direct line from the AtlanticOcean Song, United Confederate choirs. THE ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT valuable selections from the columns 1'1'1'11"1"11111"111111'11111'1'11111111101111' "
where there is one of the finest COMPANY HAVING SALE of the Morning Sentinel?
beaches in the world,affording a speed Report of committee on credentials.:
way four hundred feet in width and' Report of Battle Abbey committee. i

twenty miles in length. Here is the Report of committee on Monuments MMMIItllliMMIIMIIM '
ideal automobile course and it Is visited Women of the Confederacy. Beginning May 1st, the Orlando 111111111111111111111111111111"IIIIIII""llllllt.

by thousands of cars every yeaFrom Report of historical committee. Water &- Light company are holding { For Sale!
the city to the seashore the a two weeks sale of gas ranges andre '
Selection of place for next reunion. Beck &
county has constructed a magnificent Miscellaneous business. making some very attractive I I Payne'sCash

boulevard paved with vitrified brick propositions to those who wish to buya I have the following :
and with concrete for the entire dis Memorial exercises at 12 noon, in '
tance. Hundreds of cars traverse this the U. C. V. auditorium, under the new and up to date range in placeof properties which I offer :

Atlantic Boulevard, as it is known, auspices of the United Confederate an old one, or who wish to put in a at ATTRACTIVE PRICES : Grocery

dally, and during the Reunion many Veterans and the Confederated Southern new service and have the many ad- prior to going north: I
thousands of visitors will make the vantages and the great convenience
trip by auto to the beach. Once on Memorial association. of "cooking with One California Bungalow -
the seashore they will find much to (a) Bugle call assembly, by a member gas.
For houses that ; two-story
are already piped
interest them. Surf bathing will be of the Junior Confederate :Memorial -
for gas they are offering a reductionof (corner lot.) Intending : T1KPLE & fANCY GROCERIES
at its best during the Reunion week Drum and Fife Corps of Memphis -
and many visitors from interior points, Tenn. 20 per cent. from the regular priceof buyers will do well to get :

who have never before had the opportunity (b) Invocation, by Rev. H. :M.Hamill any range and will nistall it free. in touch with me on : I

to plunge into the big breakers D. D., chaplain general. C. V. For houses which are not piped above properties, whichare Nice stock. White Rose
of Old Ocean, will find' the experience ce they will put the service pipe "freeof new
a novel and delightful one. (c) Address on behalf of United both new and well "
charge" and offer a reduction of 10
From Jacksonville to St. Augustinethe Confederate Veterans, by General cent. from the located. brand Canned goods Fox River Butter -
per regular price of
distance by auto is 38 miles and Theo. S. Garnett. ,

the trip is easily made in two hours.In (d) Hym; any range.
fact, the record for the trip is o ( ) Their propositions will undoubtedly) "Pride" the highest grade butter-
hour and nine minutes, but that is Confect-s appeal to a great many as at thi -
most too fast for a trip to the old time of the year the great advantageof 306 ANDERSON STREET : ineCall and I investigate. We
tion, by Rev. V.
city in the United States. W. Shields, D. D., I
The road tl'bm South Jacksonville Jacksonville, Fla.f gas for cooking is very evident to PHONE 376 :

'on the opposite side of the majestic ( ) Hymn, "When the Roll Is anyone who has to do any cookingover ..11:1111111111111111111 ,. meet all cash prices.
St. Johns river from the Reunion city Called Up Yonder." a hot wood stove. 5-2-2t
is paved with shell for nine miles and 1

the going is good. Then comes six ((h g)) Benediction.k Doxology. I Kissimmee is preparing to entertain To THE WEST f 11 West Robinson Avenue
miles of paving over which the the state convention of the
skim ( ) Taps, sounded by members of
cars fairly along. The next four United Brotherhood of Carpente,. VIASfMINOlf
miles, to the Duval county line, have the Junior Confederate Memorial 1 i
and Joiners of America which
lot yet been paved, but a temporary Drum and Fife Corps of Memphis con 111'111"111111'1111'111110111111111111111111111'.
surface of shavings has been provid Tenn. venes in that city May 4 and 5. Over lIMIHD

ed. From the county line to St. Augustine two hundred delegates are expected,
a distance of 18 miles, the Adjournment to 3 p. m. coming from various parts of the Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm 11111111.1111..I"ltSSIIIIIII. ..' . .IIIII"I'I. ..
Afternoon Session Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
road is not paved but shell has
yet state, there being 125 differentunions.
Lv JacksonvilleFla.,A. C. L 9:00 pm
been placed in the wheel ruts and good 3P.N. I Many social features have Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 I pm Saturday Evening
time can be made by the average car. Music by band. ____
I been arranged for the pleasure of the Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L. 1:15 am
Still another attractive trip' on the Report of committee on Gettysburg visitors. Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
south side of the St. Johns river, is :reunion. i Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am
that to Mandarin, a pretty little village Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am Specials
r :
' on the banks of the river about i Report of committee on resolutions. The Miami Metropolis says: "Thou Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 am

fifteen miles from the city. This roadis Report of committee on Davis Home i sands of feet of lumber are now be Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 pAr
well paved with shell for the entire Farm. Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.1205 pm
ing shipped weekly to the Sahara Ar Jackson I. C.____ 7:46
distance and through Tpna, pm
passes which some Report of monument committee. islands from this port, between fiveand ( Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C.._____ 9:35 pm
very themselves pretty are orange an attraction groves, to all.In Song, United Confederate choirs. six schooners plying back and Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm SOMETHING[ NE[W
Election of officers.Miscellaneous forth three of which Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. c.12:13 am
At Mandarin there are a number of are in port today
surrounded business. Ar St Louis, Mo., I. C.____ 7:05 am
attractive homes by pretty loading up with large cargoes of:
gardens, groves and farms. This Adjournment.Third framing timbers, siding, lath and Ar Cejitralia Ill., I. C. _____ 1:38 am -
Tillage is the site of the former home Day-Friday, May 8th shingles." Ar Mateon, lIt, I. C_______ 3:20 am
of the late Mrs. Harriett Beecher 10 Ar Champaign, I. C.____ 4:29 am MISSES HAULM\ & DUNN \
a. m., parade of
Stowe. the author of. "Uncle Tom's Ar Kankak'ee, 111., I. C._____ 6:20 am
Cabin. Mrs. Mary A. Baker, who for a Ar Chicago, III, I. C._______ 7:50 am

The city of Jacksonville has sixty Prospects are said to be good for number of years has been superintendent Solid Through Trains-Composed of for Barclay Corsets
miles of paved streets and contractsare the establishment of 'a great ship of St. Luke's hospital in Jacksonville observation, compartment, drawingroom Agents

now outstanding for several additional coaling station on Tiger Island, just has resigned. The Graduate section, sleeping cars, arid free McCall's Patterns
miles, work on which will start across Amelia river from Fernandina.The Nurses' association of that institution reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville -
Immediately after the reunion, as it Is and Chicago, and Jacksonville .
the desire of the city authorities not property has been thoroughly investigated tendered her a farewell party a few nd St. Louis. All meals in dining I .1111111..111'11..11111111,111111.11.,11,11.1.

to have the streets torn while the by. a party of representatives nights ago. -
visitors are here.Sightseeing up of an English syndicate who are car.For l' 'sets and Pullman car reser- Don't wait for every one in town to Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
Entrican the before is the kind want. Where to getit
have painter you
automobiles prospecting in view of All the packing houses in Auburn- rations, all on
are numer
establishingsuch ? That's phone 636. W. T.
Am too to look ,
Ticket you try. busy you easy
one In W. R. O'NEAL, City Agent,
Jacksonville every winter and an enterprise, and they said it dale are still running full capacity. | up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Entrican. 1-20-tf
this year several of the large cars will was almost certain the or 1-20-tf F. Dutton Sanford, Fla.,
remain purchase of D. W. WHITE Depot Ticket Agent, job. Write F. ,
over until after the reunion. the island would be Have service for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
made at an early 1 your gas put in FREE. Atlantic Coast Line
.. Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf Pepper Crates. 4-29m
date. May 1st to 14th.

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South Florida SentinelMORNING ii"
There in the
are many rumors pa-
AND WEEKLY Lewis of these about The S. J. Sligh packing house has
O'Bryan, a young lawyer pers days county division -
JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. Kissimmee, delivered the address of i and some of. them intimate that been running this week packing Irish 'II

I will potatoes of a crop belonging to Mr. = -=
welcome to the editors of the Lake Seminole county take in more -
s Entered at the pwtoffice at Orlando. Florid -
*, u Second Out Mail Matter. Region association upon their assembling territory especially around the Apopka Harry W. Thurman and grown at

in that town. The speech is re- section. This is mere idle talk Thurman City. The potatoes will

Daily 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..............RATES............$5.00 published because of the unusual as the county of Seminole has no amount to about a car load. YOU
r Daily, 6 Months ....................... 2.50 smoothness of its diction and the delightful wish to take in any part of Orange Next week the house will be busy l
Daily 3 Months ...................... L25 packing fine of late
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 rythm of its periods to say except the small strip of land west a crop grapefruitgrown I e'
nothing of the aptness of the subject of the Wekiwa river that was in the by C. H. Fund and J. K. Hil- >

' Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 matter; it is a gem of verbiage, as original map and in some manner was hard. The crop will make about 600
Weekly. 6 Months ..................... 7S crates.-Osceola Journal.
follows: left out before. It is only a few miles
i "Mr. Toastmaster, Ladies and Gentle and in the shape that it now assumes s
men: the few families residing there are The linotype slipped a line and left

Copy fM dkplay and all :her handset "While entirely' appreciative of the forced to come to Sanford and take out the name of Mr. Jim DeLaney
advertising But be handed in at the kotiacu
.Eta af the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.the'day honor tendered me in opening the the train to Orlando to attend to from among those present at the
b before publication. This rule appliesto program this evening, I am likev.iseconscious county affairs. They petitioned to .Lake Pickett picnic. Mr. DeLaney is
changes for contract advertising it is
inrariaUe and wifi be strictly adhered; to. of my inadequacy to do jus- come into Seminole and no one in not a candidate, but he was there, and
tice to a real salutatory on this oc- Orange county would for one minute if he ever decides to become a candi- ARDR08f.
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued )
should notify the office in writing en casion. However, I trust that the try to keep them in that county. As date it would take a powerful forceto
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be avocation of these gentlemen, our I far as Apopka is concerned Seminole prevent him from annexing what- _
continued at the regular
subscription rates
1 lintH notice to stop is received. guests, shall serve as an inspiration, county people have no desire what- ever he went after. But he is quite HMMMMMMMMMtHIS

for had I possessed in any degree the ever to take them in. Had we desired content to lend his popularity to in- .
SUNDAY MAY 3, 1914. I qualifications, I would have essayed that territory it would have 'crease the influence and extend the INCOMPLETE WITHOUT A DRESS OR TWO OF '
been much easier have trade of the DeLa ey-Abernethy
a journalistic .career, so being denied to acquiredthat
Hope our boosters will not becomeso the privileges of participation I am territory last year when the Drug company. THE.

infatuated with Miami that they doubly appreciative of the opportunity new county was created but we did WEAVES AND DESIGNS SHOWN BY US IS AN INDICATION -
will forget to come back home. to pay tribute to their power not,want it then and do not want it A BAD APRIL c

o and prestige."It now. Seminole county is large Instead of a month of spring flow- f OF APPROVAL OF THE PRODUCTIONS

"The First Year," a story of Wil is a matter of current comment enough for the present and com- ers and leafing trees, April has beena
son's administration by William J. that charity begins at home, and this' prises the richest country in the dreary period of chill rains and raw OF THE FIRST MANUFACTURERS OF THE OLD

; Bryan in the Saturday Evening Postis being true, I am satisfied that an off- South. The best trucking farms, the winds. As Falstaff was not only witty i WORLD AND THE EXCLUSIVE WEAVES OF THEN
a story worth reading. shoot of the family soon wandered best citrus lands and the largest area irj himself but the cause of wit in 4

o away and found lodgment in the of beautiful lakes and rivers of any I others, April has herself not only :
There are twenty candidates for minds and souls of you knights of county of similar size in Florida. We been ill natured but the cause of

county commissioner in Duval county. the type, for the only real charity expect to build brick roads in every much ill nature. When after a long 1

That race has overshadowed every which passeth understanding is that part of Seminole and can easily accomplish and bitter winter the calendar promises -
other in Duval, and well it may. Du- charity of.the press which can clothe this with a small area but grateful relief and the elements Consistent with our progressive policy our rangeof

1'' val's affairs have been badly man- the naked ,truth in a garb of flowery this could not be done if any large deliberately proceed to falsify the Fabrics out-rivals any previous season's assort- 1

aged.A verbiage, transforming with the mag- tracts of land should be acquired. season's prospects, a harassed people .
o ic of its pen the pettifogging and Representative Lake stated the have a moral right to rebel. Unfor- : ments, range of designs and range of weaves .
West Florida exchange tells of briefless barrister into the brilliant other day that it was news to him .
a tunately, as Mark Twain said, everybody : all have been enlarged, so that not only can all
Y a farmer who has posted this signin and successful attorney, the vinegar- that Apopka was in danger of annex- complains about the weather, .
front of his house: "Have bought visaged old maid into the piquant and ation to Seminole, as he knew noth- but nothing is.ever done. : tastes be satisfied but the purchasing power of ,

2 all the fertilizer I need and will vote saucy debutante, and the noteshaving ing about it and the people of West It is not to any "hysteria of criticism : all met.
1 for whom I d-d please.-Palatka and usurious old miser into the Orange can rest easy as far as Semi- ," such as causes Mr. Frank A. : purses

Times-Herald. philanthropic financier; and for these. nole is concerned. Vanderlip to lament, that popular discontent 1 :

o linguistic charities I rise, gentlemen, There is no desire on our part to : with the weather of the past : -

Taylor's cartoons in The State, the to call you blessed, and I believe that squeeze any more juice out of the thirty days is to be attributed. In : I

new weekly paper published in Jack- the recording angel will feature in Orange.-Sanford Herald. .the; procession of the months, April : "

sonville, are a source of amusementto scarehead type your names upon his has certain distinct and fixed dutiesto OUR RANGE INCLUDES '
those who are so fortunate as to honor roll. I I ican newspapers continue to express I perform. It is entitled by nature : 1

receive that journal. The State "I am here to welcome' you to Kis the ideals and sentiments of American to be fickle and to shed showers and :

;; should be read all over the state. simmee, but to express in words a I men raised in God-fearing homes, I sunshine hour about during its vernal White and Cream Voiles
welcome would be only a trite and so long will the immortal principlesof
o reign. But it has no right, under any : White and Cream Crepe de Chine
William H. Ellis, attorney general time-serving platitude, so I shall not liberty enunciated in 1776 remain I decrees, human or providential, to be I
under the Broward administration, is dwell thereon, nor pause, nor even I the standard of our independence, and March. : White and Cream Eotienne.
hesitate, but shall briefly to the religious teachings and tenets of Cream Eponges.
a candidate for supreme court justice. express Nobody will regret that this year's i :
you my conception of magnificent our mothers be our spiritual guides; I. Cream Ratines
k He is a son-in-law of Justice R. Fen- your April is over and done with. May
wick Taylor of the supreme court. responsibilities. During a debatein and while I make no pretense of per can not be worse.-New York WorldIIIIIIIMIIIillllliMIIM Cream Eslanene Serge::
It would be rather singular to see the English parliament, Richard sonal piety I am confident from the Cream Coating Serges.
father and son-in-law Brinsley Sheridan exclaimed in a recollections of childhood memories,
serving on the
K same exalted tribunal. .burst of eloqBjfince" 'Give them a cor- that we all here reverence the same I II I Cream Mohair Panamas.
house of and venal divine Creator reverenced Cream Ripplettes
t rupt commons a I by our ancestors -
Just a month remains for the can- house of 'lords, give them tyrannical I and despite the prevalence of T. F. HOURIHAN I Cream Canvas Cloths.

didates to make their canvass of the princes and servile courts, but give agnostic creeds and atheistic cults, we Licensed Plumber and Cream Rice Cloths
him unshackled and he would know that the direct and :
an press same simple,
: before
voters the primary of June 2. Sanitary Engineer Cream Pussy Willow Taffetas.
them eternal of the is still!
f While no great interest has been defy to encroach one hair's Divinity Ages
!b breadth on the liberties of the peo- in His heaven and all is well with the Estimates Furnished. Jobbing Messalines.
; manifested thus far it is likely that Promptly Attended to.
: I. Cream Satin Duchesse.
to unconditional world.
the next thirty days will witness a ple; an endorsementof
this sentiment I PHONE 629 Cream Moires.
considerable increase in the political will add that they
-1 humidity. Only a week remains in may exploit our social and fraternal Word comes from Miami that it is 106 Court Street lit lit Swiss Embroidered Robes.
*' which organizations for their personal ad- probable that a rock road will be lit French Pattern Dresses.
1.; poll tax may be paid. ORLANDO FLORIDA
}" vancement; they may dare debauchour built by Dade county from Homestead t :
! 0r I Fabrics for Graduation Dresses.
:,>. The Lake City Index says that ref churches for political prefermentand to the Monroe county line at an early 4-jl-lm II
ports from all over the state'come for power, but so long as the Amer- date. HMMIMIMIIimilillMHMHMMIIMMMIIMIIHmilMMttliMMMMMMH

the repeal of the Bryan primary law. :

The measure is growing more and 111111111111111111111 '
more unpopular' and after the June .
primaries the campaign for its repeal Broken Thermos BottlesBring :: MNS[

should be on in earnest. Indeed, .
the your broken Thermos and icy-hot bottles to us. We put In extra fillers and :
legislators should fall over them- CHAPEAUX[ !
mats .
same as new.McELROY'S I
selves in expunging it from the rec-

ords. In Florida, where one party is PHARMACY :

dominant, the law governing elec The modern Beau (i, '
tions should be as plain and simpleas Brummel says to be -
possible.-Ocala Banner. correct your head \v f" ?

o ililMIIIMIimillMMMMMIIillllliiliMilHIIIIIMHMIMIMMIIIinMMAre gear must be of the

Y Herbert Felkel has purchased the tapering kind. a r' l

Pensacola News which was sold by
the receiver recently. Mr. Felkel was 1STRASVS J
editor of the News before a receiverwas r
appointed for the business and

he is now in charge of it. He is the .
youngest editor of a daily paper in I
Florida, having held that distinction
from the time he was chosen to edit
the News. He has the gift of discriminating You Invitedto

.what is from what is not HAVE THE

ijews and is capacitated to make a a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea LAST STYLES.WORD WE IN K, x

success of the paper, which we haveno gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure HAVE THEM.
doubt he will do now that he has /
} the exclusive control of it. The Sen- you will be interested in our display of the newest and

tinel wishes him great success. ,- most artistic designs inCUT
o :
If the Democrats who have regis- GLASS Our Mail Order DepartmentIs
tered in Alachua county pay their

poll taxes and go to the polls on June There are so many odd pieces aid attractive sets a great help to our out-of-town customers; make ,

2nd the largest vote will be cast on use of it whenever you can. Samples or information
here, tkat seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.We .
that date of since the .
any primary cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
memorable contest for sheriff between are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogs.We .

Wash Fennell and Hamp Tillis. The more acceptable.T.H.Evans. invite comparison of values.DicksonIves.
people are indignant at the passageof
the outrageous road law, as wellas i

the law requiring them to register

every two years for the primary, and
they propose to send men to the sen-
ate and house who will vote to repeal e Co.
these obnoxious measures. The seven
senators and lone member of the
4 house who voted against the road law

requiring persons who reside outsideof
cities and towns to either work the

roads dollars six of days their each hard year earned or pay money three the JewelerOPPOSITE DEPARTMENTAL[ STORE

the satisfaction of knowing that
i I
this is at least one instance in which

the sented minority the people of the by legislature a large majority repre- POSTOFFICE Or aiie Ave1 U Cue o

Those who
doubt it will have their
eyes opened when the returns are in . . . +MMMIHMTHE ,
from the primary.-Gainesville Sun. "4+** Him ..
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y I Must I t Eat t m J SI S. GrittifiBUYS cOpen i ROBINSON 9 a.A STARKEY m. to 10:30, Managers P. M.I fJ BI ,

I Admission 5 cents i

-EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. DOIIDCDQllDCDallDCDallDCDOIIDoeIOXDA .

1 That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes AND SELLS "Captain) Kid.Y'S" PROGRAM A great special "UGi II Hi t IPIK" s"

c hree-reel; feature, by the 101 Bison
that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- REAL ESTATE players. If you like adventurous pictures 11

gine. ; with plenty of go to them see
this Monday at the Favorite. At the -
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car same time get a. number on that

amels, Taffies, etc. 6oo acres south of Winter dandy set of dishes. LI AVhy sh Your Friends

Garden and west of

I Gotha, including 10 acre \ they buy from usthey

orange grove. The en- GOOD JOB WITH SEABOARD[ D Dc. will tell .you, it is

tire tract covered with

&&NDY KITCHEN f fThe yellow miles of pine lake timber.shore. Two .Become A. Carpenter Assistant Leaves General T.Freight& G. to BecauseWe

423imSUFFRAGETTES Agent With S. A. L We have the goods, we have D

home of pure home-made Candies the price and give you

The following from the Times- prompt, courteous and pleasing

Orange Avenue MAKE NATIONWIDE Union of yesterday will be interesting service.
news to the friends of Mr. C. A.

DEMONSTRATION Carpenter' of Orlando, general manager -

ft of the Tavares & Gulf railroad: Come and Seen
Chicago, May 2.-Two miles of
wo Charles R. I
Capps, vice-president, in i
men marchers with bands to lead the
Mr. W. R. Palmer, of 109 Ernestine and division of charge: of traffic, Seaboard Air Line
street, has to Cincinnati. way a women cavalry railway, announces that effective bin
WADE gone bringing up the rear will constitute 15, C. A. Carpenter, general manager ll Allen & Co. ,
the; Chicago suffrage parade today,
THE TUNER of the Tavares & Gulf railroad, becomes -
ORLANDO FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. L. Daly have rain or shine. The organizers were assistant
; general freight agent Jewelers
departed for their home in Pennsyl determined that the part of this city
of the Seaboard Air Line, with offices
vania. in the nation wide demonstration for
in Jacksonville, vice J. A. Fox being U
woman suffrage should be worthy of Prompt Repairing.
to Baltimore.
Mr*. J. B. Wilson, who has been the
cause adequate of
C B. M. Sims expression
pt. one of Ocoee's
visiting relatives in Birmingham, citizens enthusiasm of women in the largest Mr. Carpenter, while a comparatively Everything Guaranteed.
representative in
Ala.., is expected home today. yesterday. He left on the 12:31 city in which they have the franchise.The young man, is an old Seaboard
employe, having formerly been chief
train last night for Jacksonville parade will be started at 5
Mr. J. E. Merrill, of Plymouth, was o'clock clerk to former President J. M. Barr,
where he will take in the Confederate p. m., to give the workers aand
among the representative citizens chance well acquainted with the traffic
to assemble
at the starting
veterans. of his
from can find department of the railroad business.As t
section visiting Orlando
yes- point. The only regalia desired is
him at the Hotel Virginia, on For- a
general of the TavaresGulf
terday.Mr. manager
suffrage with white
syth streetI cap gold stars
and "Illinois" in gold letters, and a & railroad :Mr. Carpenter has 161 ell i
=01. -
P. B. Wickoff left last night developed the road into a wonderful 1 .

for Savannah, Ga., on a visit to his I I Capt. Jas. Y. Wilson, of Jacksonville flag.The parade is to be absolutely den freight feeder, and his operationshave .
i one of the state's leading paving been watched with + IIMItMHMiMiMMIiMIMIIMIiililiMtitMitllDo '
son, who is an extensive trucker near, ocratic. It will be headed by a squadof interest by I
that city. I contractors, is among the prominent officials of other roads.
I mounted police and a detail of
I Floridians registered at the San Juan
His selection to be assistant !
airy followed by Grand Marshal Mrs. general You Know
Mrs. Elizabeth F. Taylor returned j today. of Capt.Duval Wilson constructed Grace Wilburn Trout, president of freight agent of the Seaboard is ', :

yesterday to her home in Tampa, many county's excellentthoroughfares the Illinois Equal Suffrage association. a distinct compliment to his ability,

after visiting with her niece, Mrs.I the situation and in is here lookingover Then come the aides and those and a deserved promotion for the WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SPICES AND EXTRACTS 1

'Y. M. Slemons. Orange. who represent political or other organizations work he has performed.

will carry banners of: Mr. Fox was formerly in Baltimore, ONION SALT, BLACK PEPPER, WHOLE
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer and Mr. MENDELSSOHN CLUB AND "THE their clubs. and his acquaintance with conditions
and Mrs. H. H. Williams, of Winder- MIKADO" t SAVOY, CURRY POWDER, RED PEPPER, THYME, .
Women riders will bring up the in that territory qualifies him in a .
mere, were among the county seat decided to handle GINGER WHITE PEPPER MACE ALLSPICE
rear. Every woman who can rid manner business for CINA-

visitors yesterday. Splendid rehearsals are being held and who can get a horse has beast en the company there, and his transfer- :
by an enthusiastic chorus. After 1 I urged to come mounted and more than rence to Baltimore is expected to result I

,, Mrs. James A. McKean and Mrs. Friday's meeting all were measured ,100 are 'expected. in accrued business there. ;
Aletha D. McKean were among the As in the other J WHITE ROSE EXTRACTS
for their costumes, these together suffrage parade ,
Pennsylvanians leaving this week for"with the men were urged to Join the marcher I
their gorgeous Japanese fall costumes The Times-Union says: "Forrest's : PHOENIX BRAND ETRACTS
'a. -summer. for the eleven principals, all and many responded. They will carry cavalry corps, which played such a 1 aI

come from the leading costumer in flags. prominent and daring part in the civil I
Attorneys Jno. C.
and Jos. H. Jonas
New York. war under the leadership of General 1
and Carl Robinson, of Orlando,
Rehearsals of the Grand orchestra The monthly meeting of the Cathedral Nathan Bedford Forrest, the gallant THE
attending circuit court here this week. SANITARY GROCERY
-Kissimmee Gazette. commence this week and the combined branch of the Woman's Auxiliary Tennessean known to fame and history I. 1
result will eclipse anything attempted will be held at the Chapter House as the 'Wizard of the Saddle,'

Mr. H. H. Williams and by the Mendelssohn club or Monday at 4 p. m. There will be interesting has since the close of that bloody CARUTHERS & GORE I
any other local talent. It is difficultto exercises, a social time and struggle of four long years played an
who come early and leave with t
regret, Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
collection of the
are now en route to their home in decide which of the trio-Mrs. United Offering. All equally important part in the annual tJ

Brandon, Manitoba, Canada Laughlin III., who has charge of the holders of boxes are urged to open: reunions of the veterans of the Confederate J

staging; Mr. J. M. Cheney, who has them and bring the contents to I the army, and, according to the .
in hand meeting. A cordial invitation is CUT FLOWERS AND. POTTED PLANTS.
Mr. Chas. Rock, Jr., who is attend general management, or extended preparations, this corps of veterans ,
ing the Florida Military school, near Mr. Carr, who has the music and to all women who are intersted. with Major General Baxter Smith of I FUNERAL DESIGNS I

Jacksonville, arrived last night on a I orchestra in hand-is to be given Chattanooga as their commander,

visit to his father and sisters. most praise. be a feature of the coming IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIII'IIIIIIIIJIIIII"Paint
i Tickets will be on sale Monday and Mr. Pierre d'A. Pratt, of Webster,

Capt. and Mrs. John F. Parker,who a full house is anticipated. A bodyof Sumter county, arrived in the city; TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY will7fl TRUCKERS, TAKE NOTICE |
Sunday on a short visit to the
have spent a number of seasons here, young people who are willing to family
departed this week for f devote so much of their time to so of his sister, Mrs. A. G. Philip, while Schnarr's No. 3 will kill and keep
Milwaukee,, good an object should passing through to Savannah to look FOR RENT-Furnished home, the Hessian flies and other sucking
Wis., where they will remain until certainly be encouraged after business rooms, electric lights, bath, insects off the watermelons, cantaloupes 1
fall. and an evening of mirth and interests.-Palatk garden, plenty of shade, close in. Bar- tomatoes and potatoes. Guar-
pleasure is assured. Times-Herald. gain to man and wife. Come quick. anteed to give satisfaction or money ,&

Mr. and Mrs. The date fixed for the Mikado is 403 South Lake street. 5-3-lt refunded. J. Schnarr & Co., manu l
Henry Nathan
facturers, rear 51 West Church street,
May 15th at Eat what
the Lucerne
daughter, Miss Nathan, who have theater. Eat all you you want.want OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The Orlando, Fla. 4-24-d&w-tf I

been guests at Duke Hall for the Take a postscript and forget it. Florida Meat Market. Fresh meatsof
winter, left yesterday for'their homeI NOTICE For sale by all druggists.17d&w.lyr. all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea- Opening of Piano Studio April 15th. I
at Clifton, N. J. ; son. Your patronage solicited. S. For particulars address Mac Tall-
The annual meeting of the stock Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lra man Care Grand Theater, or Phone
b holders of the Pierce Electric No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m. ,
, } Get rid of that old range NOW and I (Inc.) will be held at the Company Sentinel want ads. are money get- WANTED-Small furnished cottagefor 4-3-lm.

save 20 per cent on a new one. Orlando pany's office, No. 9 West Ch arch ters. Try them. summer, by couple with one
f Water & Light Co. street'on May 6th, 1914, at 5 p. m. small child. Must be reasonable and Harry Rollins has moved his barber !
4-30-2t-w-2t Read the advertisements daily. on north side of town. Address W. shop from East Pine street to Boone
A. Sheffield, Gen. Del. 5-3-1
street, across from Hammond &
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FOR SALE-1914 Ford touring car, Bunch company. 4.26-2W
equipped with electric lights. A that has stood ,

bargain. S. Pollack, Orlando. 5-3-3t We renovate, clean, repair and dye
the testA. rugs, carpets and portiers. Our work
At The Lucerne PROPERTY in the vicinity of New guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Only
Monday York city, with residence, to exchange L. BECK LUMBER CO. expert in the state. Phone 195. No. .
for Orlando property on cash 43 East Pine street.
valuation. J. M., 307 West street, Kiln Dried Lumber and Build MAsk

Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w ing Material. about that: sale proposition 01 (

ours, May 1st to 14th. Orlando Water

LOST-Black pocketbook betweenmy Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. & Light Co.
home book
and Branch's store. I
"Hie Reward if returned to H. Benedict.
Coming of the Real Prince," a two reel Reliance. 5-3-2t Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., t
for prices on Cow Peas 4-29m t


"Woman Without a Soul," a one reel Majestic. Hayes References S. Wood,furnished.500 Anderson Address street. Wood, $1.50 a stiand up. Hand's Try the Sentinel Job Department

5-3-lt Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tfBuy .

And other TOMATO GROWERSI your garden seed from DeLa-1 THE CHAMPION MIN &1
two good reels. ney & Abernethy. Just UTE PICTURE MACHINE

have on hand tomato carriers, big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf WE OPERATE OR WE WILL
paper and nails, and can furnish at SELL YOU A MACHINE A

close prices. SEED! SEED! SEED! Let us put your Photo on a but-
We have also opened up the Ocoee ton, postal card or in a frame.
f packing house, where will pack your Garden and field seed. DeLaney &i I
tomatoes in first 'class style at very Aberaethy, druggists. 3-13-tf i iOSTEOPATHyl AGENTS FOR i
close prices. We have the Ocoee ALLENS PORTABLE BATH
Admission First Floor: Adults 1ft Cents Children brand that we will pack all No. 1 APARATUS, ETC.
5 Cents tomatoes under and build up a trade We sell the Davis Electric Med
for our brand and thereby help all ical Transformer, and rive
that will give us their packing. Free Demonstrations.
Balcony: 5 ,Cents Members Florida Growers' and WE DO ALL KINDS OF 1
Shippers' League. Apply Sentinel PLATING
And sell the apparatus, teaching -
Continuous show from 2' Eat what you want Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo customers how to operate,
p. m. to 10 p. m Eat all you want. extra charge for house treatment Also complete family darner.
a postscript and forget it.
Telephone connections 1
m ilium sale by all durggisK 8 E CHURCH ST
j tlllll'IIIMIIIIIIIIIIHIIIItt 1-7-d&w-lyr Office cor. Orange and Central Av es.

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Palatka, Fla., May 1.-The twenty-
seventh annual convention of the By Claude L'Engle
AT Florida Horticultural society was ORLANDOAShINGTON A "
THUNION Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale. Fer Domt't Get Stung ,:
:: ended this morning with election of Rent etc. for this column 25c for one day '
_. officers and choosing Tampa as the 60c for three days or =1.OD for one week, for May bees are good little insects I'
25 words or Ices. Money must accompanythe
convention city for 1915. Officers advertisements fer this column, as no I DRAWING ROOM
Maids insertions will be made on credit. But they don't fly in June
Sponsors To Open chosen are: President, H. Harold .

Series On Morning Of Hume, of Glen St. Mary; vice-presi- FOR SALE In the June primaryDon't I SLEEPING CARVIA
waste time
dents, H. B. Stevens, of DeLand; W. An elegant modern home; four bedrooms on May

the First Day C. Temple, of Winter Park; L. B. ; two bath rooms; gas and electricity bees.

Skinner, of Dunedin; secretary, Miss throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all I rTL&NT1CCOST
flowers. 509 East Central avenue. in
i 5 Okie C. Painter, of Jacksonville; 215tf. right you Congress; i
Sons of Veterans and Military Organl- Some other be in
treasurer W. S. Hart of Hawks man may
rations Second Day, While the line with progressive De- H
4 Veterans Parade Last Day. Park. FOR SALE & L T LINE[

Nursery stock, one, two, three and mocracy. .
r. Jacksonville, fla.-With the near MMMMMIMMIMMilljShoe four year old buds; Foster Early, Some other man may be

r Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington able to think for the people
approach of May C, interest in the :
S' Repairing Navel Address Mrs. H.Kahle after election, OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
21th annual reunion of the United Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
Confederate Veterans' Association and But may be some other man I

Sons of Confederate Veterans, centers by PARCEL POST FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one won't.
acre in bearing orange grove; six And may be you'll get i
around the three parades, one each acres cleared of land Tuesay Satuflan
I Men's Half Soles' to ; part suitable stung fooling with him. all J
7c 850X
s fLadies'
day of the reunion. It has been definitely or gardening and trucking; located You know that Claude II
decided that the first parade Half Soles' 60c to 75c : half mile from city limits on public
; Children's Half Soles, SOc to 7sc road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., L'Engle is NOT a may be;
will be that of the maids and sponsors, care Box 431. city. You know that M..will
Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo 3-10-tf FOR RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON:
and it will be given on the afternoonof Heels Repaired think and act for you,
May 6. 'I FOR SALE-New two-story, five- Because he is in Con W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
All work returned in 24 hours room house, with bath. Modern in now
This parade will be confined to automobiles Orders without remittance returned : every way. Just off Lucerne Circle. gress doing this very thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

j and carriages and all spon C. 0. D. We pay Good bargain to prompt buyer. When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.

T sore and maids of honor will be admitted return postage. I Owner 4-10-eod-lino, phone 466, city. thing, George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .

to it. The Jacksonville Reunion Don't risk the best chance G' Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

Association has decided that, A. Hanson I FOR SALE that ever happened.

if possible the parade of maids and Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week- Claude L'Engle has been 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'I +
19 East Pine Street ly, no interest. firetested I .
time-tried and
sponsors will be the finest spectacle ORLANDO FLORIDA Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 -
in the for the - -
I of the kind ever seen in the southern acres land, lake front .$1,250. fights -

states. The route will be several miles ilillllllllMMIIMMMMPOLITICAL 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- people's rights.He .
lando. $10 per acre. is the one sure thing
long and passes through the principal ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando.
for in this race for Far 3oo
residence and business sections of the $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. .
.f REPRESENTATIVE A. LEWTER. Congress in the Fourth \ ; ''a DAILY BETWEEN
city.The 4-14-d&w-lm District.
parade of the second day May I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative He is there for one term, fij
7, will be of the Sons of Confederate from Orange county subject to FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare H LEVELEDTHE
the action of the Democratic primary to beheld bargain; recently completely Keep him there for another
a s Veterans and local military organiza Jane 2nd. J. IL REESE. hauled and made good as new in every Vote for Claude L'Engle

1 tions. It, is the present plan for the part; guaranteed first class con- first. ________

Sons to march on foot, and the parade FOR REPRESENTATIVE dition; must be sold at once, even at I Take a chance second
sacrifice. Come or address, White
will take .in the business sections of I hereby announce my candidacy for Representative Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
the city. from Orange county, subject to 4-23-tf
the action of the Democratic primary to be GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
R On the morning of May 8, the last be'<1 June 2nd.
S. S. GRIFFIN. FOR SALE-Fine horse. Price and Lengti ZOO feet;breadth 98(wt,tncliet;510 lUterooma and parlor accommodating 1300 panraprv -
t day of the reunion the annual paradeof terms reasonable Address Box 95, Crater in ce i-larger in aU proportion, ncbrr ill all .ppo atmcaY-lhaa any auamer on
inland water of the_)d.. In ternce June 15th.
the Confederate Veterans will be FOR REPRESENTATIVE Orlando, Fla. 4-28-lw List
Special "
Magnificent Steamer"SEEANDBEE. "City of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"

held. 'Jacksonville labors under a di I. I hereby announce myself a candidate for FOR SALE-Florida Fire and Casu Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-NUyht

advantage in staging this that Representative from Orange county for the. of Properties for Sale and Rent( .
parade next session of the Florida Legislature, subject alty Insurance company stock at Lave Buffalo 900P.M. Lan L9r eLad 900P.M.AimeOCTeknd
no other reunion city has ever en to the Democratic primary to be held $5.00 per share. Address Box A, Sentinel 7JO(Extern A.3L Standard Amro Time Buffalo) 7.30 A.M,
June 2nd. office.
countered that of securing horses C. P. DICKINSON. 5-l-3t Connection itOreUnd for Pnt-in-BT.ToledoDetroit ud all poiata ti tbwest.Ranro d
.r ticket reading between Buffalo and CleTcUnd are food for traaaporUUonoa oar tt<*men.Ak .
There are very few available horsesIn FOR REPRESENTATIVE- FOR QUICK SALE-80 acres at Lake Lucerne: Private boardingand low ticket agent for tekota via C&:B.l sae. Write 111 for hamUnme iUuatrand booklet free.

Jacksonville, and as a result it has Yielding to what appears to be the desire Sparling, 3 miles south of Lake roominghouse, 10 bedrooms, THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland O.
land; hard road and railroad to Bar-
of leading citizens in almost
been decided to make the parade a of Orange county that one of every the candidates precinct -- tow; good citrus land. J. R. Boul- seven private baths. Everything ) 2:

combination between horses, automo- to be nominated for Representativin ware, owner, Lakeland, Fla.
the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe 5-l-3t complete, even silverwareand -
biles and foot-marching. The local from the country precincts, I hereby a n-

association believes that it will be pounce myself; a candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. AFTER JUNE 1st lady employee piano. This grand proposition Up in the Cold Northwest

N possible for the commanders ant theirataif wishes to share her comfortable can be secured for six
MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION apartment with a congenial lady. months for $200.00
just few
officers a
to be provided with Close in. Reasonable. References The largest sale of music and musical instruments -

mounts, but it is going to be a dt ffi candid'- to the office of Member ate of exchanged. Address P. 0. Box 402. dollars more than a private

cult matter to secure a sufficient nut m. Board of Public Instruction Orange County, 4-28-lw house; coolest location in thy e is during the winter months. In
from District No.3, subject to the comin,
ber even for that. However a unite primary. Very respectfully, VA:'TEb-To hire for month of city;'strictly no children. (N. B.)
c effort is being made to secure all the Zellwood Fla. WM. EDWARDS. a gentle horse and high back low Florida the largest trade is during the sum-

mounts possible in Jacksonville and phaeton buggy, for invalid's use; Also six-room cottage, furnished

nearby towns in Florida and South FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION party owning to take care of same i if complete; fine shade close in mer. You should get your children interested -
I hereby announce myself as a candi date possible. Apply 112 Grace street. ;

} Georgia.Arrangements for these parades for Registration re-electien for to Orange the offiee County of Supervisor, subject of to 5.1-lw ready NOW, unfurnished, North in learning music during the summer vaca

are the Democratic primary to be held June 2m .
L being worked out rapidly by special 191(. LOST-Black and white Orange, blocks out. Ask
setter dog. tion. We carry Violins Mandolins Guitars ,
committees. Maj. S. C. Harrison i 3 FRANK H. WILLIAM Please notify Geo. S. Fish, No. 1 Chadwick for these and other

r chairman of the committee that will FOR SHERIFFI Gore avenue, or phone 496. 5-1-tf properties for sale or rent. Good Drums and all small musical goods and inStruction -
announce myself as a candidate! -- -
have charge of the Sons of Veteran for Sheriff of Orange County subject to the - ---- service at all times.

t parade. jHe is being assisted by the Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. FOR RENT books.
local catbp of Sons of Veterans, of FOR SHERIFFI
which Judge John L. Dodge is co RENT-Permanently, unfurnished Let us assist you in all musical matters.
I announce myself as a candidate for the at South Lake and South
mander. Adit-Gen. N. B. Forrest, of office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, streets, very nice lower flat; has five CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND
the National Sons of Veterans is here subject to the Democratic primary. I am a rooms and bath and all modern con
native of Orange county. In asking the votes W. S. BRANCH
r giving much of his attention to these of my fellow citizens, I pledge myself to discharge veniences. Address C. Goesswein, BUSINESS EXCHANGE ,
the duties of the office without fearor Davis. 4-16-tf
arrangements.Dr. favor to any man for the upholding of the 19 W. Church St. Phone 39i 8'
W. M. Stinson is chairman of laws and the preservation of peace and good FOR RENT-Two office spaces i in The Arcade Book and Music Store

s the committee on entertainment of order in the county.WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR our store at No. 9 W. Church street. Open Evenings

maids and sponsors, and has been Come in and we will show you. Pierce

4 COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIOX Electric Co. 3-29-tf .. ._ ____ ___ u
working on plans for time
some witha DISTRICT NO. 3 .

:s A corps of assistants. He will organize I hereby announce myself as a candidate FOR RENT-Large room, south and t+i'IIISIIII 4 LAwv I"OIII. '. Q tl.. 'II" '. IIIII\I\I\\I\\ .0'\\\\ ,t i \\\\\\ \\

the entire program of the maids for the office ef Member cf the County east exposure with porch; private
; and sponsors entertainment featuresand Board of Public Instruction, from School l family; best neighborhood in city;

promises to give the visiting ladies of Board the District Democratic N.. primary.3, subject. June to the 2nd action 1914. close 5-l-3t in; very cheap. Phone 649. IT'S III[ TO TAKE[ UP' il[ HOUSE[ F

f the best possible reception in[ If elected I will give thoughtful attention to I
Jacksonville.Gen. the educational interests of the county and I TO RENT-Some ram clp5lrah1 mniL ,
faithful service.
John L. Inglis commander of C. H. GALLOWAY. 4-26-tf ern houses. Daetwyler,-ph e-.563. -

the Florida division U. C. V., is, under FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

the rules of the United Confederate I am a candidate for the office of County -
i : Commissioner of Orange county from MISCELLANEOUSSpray f FURNISHING [ I 1 R REAL[ l lE.A.E
Veterans' QUESTION
Associations chief mar District %. If elected I promise to serve the A

shal of the veterans parade, with Gen. people here to the a number best of of my years ability,I hating am ,ualified resided material, insecticides and I

W. H. Sebring chief aide. Gen. Inglis to know the needs of the section and fungicides at F. F. Button's, San-

wants a parade in which the older veterans the people. ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit- t
r Respectfully, erature.
will occupy automobiles and car. A. C. STARBIRD -- 4-29-lm. TEST' \
Apopka I
c riages with commanders and as many Fla.FOR COMMISSIONER STRAYEDA

-.r of their staffs as possible on horse I hereby announce yrelf a candidate for
re-election as Commissioner from District No. dark bay mare, 10 years old, one
back. The veterans' parade is being 3, Orange county, Florida, subject to the white hind foot white star in fore- Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
: worked out long these lines. action of the Democratic primary to be held head will
weigh 900 I
!: The social functions of the reunion June 2nd. 1914. J. L DILLARD. If found notify or return to me pounds.and delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

will be about the same as have prevailed FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER get reward. G. C. Schultz, Box 385, pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable _
$ I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Orlando, or southwest corner of city
at other reunion cities. Three in of the *
County Commissioner, Orange County limits. 5-2-3t every sense word.
balls will be given during the week, District Four, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary, June 2nd 1914. I will
one for maids and sponsors, one for greatly appreciate your support. ESTRAY PIGS tllle.II.I.I.IIII.IIII..I.IIItt.I..II.IIIIOIIIII. . .
the Sons of Veterans and the other Yours truly. Three estray pigs have taken up at
C. J. SWEET. my place three miles south of Orlan- .
N for CHARGE ACCOUNTS Divided Plan enables
veterans themselves. Gen. Pine Castle Fla. do. Color, red and black; marked Payment you
Bennett H. Young appointed as his FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER slit in left and
ear hole in right.
chief sponsor Miss Corrinne Hampton, I announce myself as a candidate for reelection {( i Owner can have them by calling on to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
to the office of County Commissioner -j
of Columbia, S. C. His maids of hon- Orange County, District Five subjectto the undersigned.J. .
or are Misses Minnie Brock, of Chat. the decision of the Democratic primary, W. PACE, Odiorne Place. clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
June 2nd, 1914. 5.1.3t
tanooga; Eloise Washburn of Mont Respectfully, feature to
gomery. Ala., and Miss Gladys Ker- E. L. BROWNFt. We insure your life and loan you you.
Christmas Fla. money on real estate at 6 per cent '
nan, of New Orleans. These ladies interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., 1.1111. OOHtMMBttiHHtllOHHIHIi'Kincaid
represent the south in the social FOR TAX ASSESSOR Curry, Building
functions I hereby announce my candidacy for the Tampa, Fla.
: of the reunion. office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub 3-25-d&wtf
ject to the action of the Democraite primary
n A dancing pavilion will be erected called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and First class Brazing a specialty at
close to the business sections of the elected I pledge you my faithful service. Warman's Repair Shop o.t Court St
city and it will be large enough to 12-5-tf.
S accommodate the reunion balls. In FOR COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce myself a candidate for SEED! SEED! SEED!
addition to the balls there will be a re-election as County Commissioner from Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
number of events on the program for District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
the action of the primary of June 2nd. You
the entertainment of official ladies support will be greatly] appreciated.
3 Chief M. O. OVERSTREET. Rubber Stamps made to order at
these is Furniture of Character
{ among a trip to the seashore Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.

r and aa excursion or two on the FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
St hereby Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
Johns river. Some two hundred announce myself a candidate for
Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
young men have volunteered their Democratic primary of June 2nd. 1914. Pepper Crates. 4-29m at Popular Prices.........
service as escorts for the visiting ladies J. IL TUCKER. Bean, Cuke and Potato hampers 9 .

and everything points to a most FOR TAX COLLECTOR 1-2 cents at F. F. Dutton's Sanford,

-' enjoyable week for all who may participate for I re-election hereby aanonnce to the office myself of as Tax a candidate Collector r Fla 4-29m. g Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida

In the social functions and I of Orange County subject to tie Democratic ,
the annual primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If reelected Buy roar garden seed from DeLaney
sartdes. I I pledge to you my faithful service & Abernethy. Just receivedbig a
as I have endeavored to give in the pastW. .
1 E. MARTIN. shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf MMMMMIMIMMa. "


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No breaks occur from the rounded radiator back to the windshield .

V mounting at the rear of the cowl.
I D:
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beauty so created is augumented by the crowned fenders.

Such construction is made possible through the use of our

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Oakland beauty, as you know is the outward and visible evidence -

of the absolute dependability and sturdiness of the mechanical


FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 When you see this model you will need nothing further to

Condensed Specifications convince you that it represents the ultimate in motor car beauty
Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast and in value for the
en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; money..
' axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- Colors: Blue or gray body, black running gear, left-hand

inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter drive, center control. The standard equipment includes top with

elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 curtains, windshield, speedometer, 33x4inch tires, tire irons, Del-
gallon gasoline tank, carried! at rear, pressure feed; German silver
radiator nickel co equipment, demountable rims with one extra rim.
; trimmings. Standard equipment:
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side See the "Oakland" before buying. Ask for demonstration.Write .

tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. for catalogue.

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Sunday school at 9:45, at 208 East -
Church street. Owner leaves for the north

have a limited supply IRON AND BRnBHAM May 15th and has instructedus Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE to sacrifice the property.

Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming Located on Main street in AND SALT MEATS

Preaching, 3:30 and 7:30 p. m. quantity desired. Price sure right. high-class neigborhood. Lot
Bible study Thursday nightEverybody I FISH AND GAME
feet. Nine
77x225 large :
cordially invited. Also have to offer in quantity Bean Cuke and
any ,
'rooms and bath, garage nnd Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

:METHODIST CHURCH Potato hampers at 91.2 cents. We carry constantly a full servants house. The home : .
is : Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
line of crate material of all kinds. completely furnished and
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. and
Howard, superintendent. Preachingat surrounded "with beautiful ; pure.
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers shade trees. Owner has occupied i
League, 6:45 p. m.; James N. Burden, We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
president. Good music by the choir. etc., Phones 181191. the property and re ; everything in the Meat Line
ceived an income of$100 per :

Sunday CHRISTIAN school at 10 SCIENCE a. m. F. F. Z>Dutton month for the from past six furnishod: months. rooms Reas- : The PARLOR MARKET H HH.M.Seif&Co.

Services at 11 .a. m. Sunday; subject onable terms if :
"Everlasting SANFORD
Wednesday evening meeting at This is a fine location for a :

7:45.Armory building. 4-29-lm. rooming house.Cooper I : .


Third Sunday after Easter. I Phone No. 80
school 9 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor]I
Sunday a. m.
Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. Phone No. 311 I-i IMHMMHHHIimUMMIIiiMWe .
Annual May procession, Rosary,
and Benediction - -
sermon 7:30 p. m. -- -- -- -----
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they observe the respect provided be ." " ." ,, ,
coming the house of God. .

UNITY CHURCH For Sale Will Put the ReinsC

There will be services on Tuesday --
evening, May 5th, at 8 o'clock. Rev. of Success in Your
e Chapman, from Clinton, Mass., will i Just arrived car load | Modern 8-room :
j-reach. All are most cordially invited '
to attend. FORDS for immediate i House 2 doors : HandsHow
Sunday school on Sunday morningat
10 o'clock. west of i
delivery. Wyoming
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" Unity Circle Wednesday. afternoon ? By furnishing witha
as usual. Mrs. J. H. Walker in Hotel. Bar- you
charge of the Get ii
program. now
yours perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH F. G. RUSH, call on you. He will give you a

Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. Phone 226 formula that will make and
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. mature
O'Neal, superintendent. : L. Bentley,
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. your
Morning sermon, "Lengthening 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEPLAN'SPLANTSPLANTS
Cords." Evening service, a musicalpro
1n.Christian. .,. " ..
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. .
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7:30p.

.The m. evening service will be a musical Tie Soitileril Ferlillzer l' CO.

I to. which the public is cordially] I pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy I
Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato
plants. P. M. 3hanibarger, Pine Cas I. \ ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAIIIMMIttMIMiMIMeMtMIIMIttlMMIIf
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALRev. tle, Fla. 4-21-10t'

Henry R. Remsen, priest i in Who is your painter and decorator? I- -- ---- -- -- --- - HIM tllM
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charge. If you are satisfied keep the one
Third Sunday after Easter. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, Sentinel want advertising serves I The Sentinel is the newsiest art I
,The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. N.. 636. 1-20-tf the seeker and the offerer equally best printed daily in Central Florida,
Morning prayer and Sunday school, -..
9:80 a. m.Litany .

sermon, ,10:30 the a.Holy m. Communion and To the West and NorthwestVIA 'imWIIMIMiimtillilillMlltlMtMHIIIMMMMMilMMMIHMIMIiMMIillW. .

Evening prayer and sermon, 8 p. m.
As this is the first Sunday of the -
month, there will be a late celebra-
tion of the Holy Communion, morning
prayer being said at the openingof AND M. SLEMONS
Sunday school, when the children
will form the choir. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED 1
On Wednesday the I
morning Holy] 1-
Communion will be celebrated at 10
o'clock in the Cathedral, and in the 1I Dixie Dixie *
Hospital chapel I Limited. Flyer.v SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED :
on Thursday morning New Goods
at the same hour. Orlando, A. C. L..l:31am 3I3pm I Orlando, ........................ S:11 Arriving Daily
r Jacksonville, A. C. L... ': 5am 7:39pm I r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pm
I T Jacksonville. A. C. L... >:35am 8:25pm T Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... pm
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I v Wayeross, A. C. L..11:50am 10:%5 pm T Sf1"08* A. C. L .............1020pm 8:15pm .
i r Macon G. S. &; F....... $:13 pm 4:15 am r Macon. G. S. 4 F. .............. 3.v6a
Rev. r Atlanta, C. of G*....... 8:03 pm 7: 5aai Atlanta. C. of Ga. ...........,., 7r\2am
tor. Edward T. D. D., pas- : r Chattanooga, W. &; A...12:18am 11:53am r Knoxville L &; N. ............. %:19 pm
Mr. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent I r Corbin. L A: N. ................
Nashville N. C. & St. L 3:16pm
r 4:50 4:30
of the Sunday school; Mr. am pm r Louisville. L &; N. .............. 9:00 pmr I
Geo. W. Phillips, director of the choir; Ar St Louis L Co&; 1.&;N. Z:50 pm 7:%0 am Indianapolis. ?a. L ............ 1:50 am AWe

Mr.Sunday William school S. Branch at 9:30, Jr.a.,m.organist.Don't Ar Hopkinsvffle, L ft; N........... 6:21 pm Ar Ar Lexington.Cincinanti. L L ft&:;N.N.....................,.... 8:50pm:50 pm sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
miss it. Classes Ar Evansville, L &; N..... 9:28 am i:%5pm r Kalamazoo G. .......
for all R. .
ages and &: L ..12:20pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .
teachers with well prepared lessons. Ar Terre Haute. C. ft; E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids G. R. &: L .... 2:45 ,
Let us have 275 in the school today. Ar Chicago C. 4: E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50 am Cleveland. Big Four ..........eo.... 7is pmr am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towels.
Worship in the auditorium at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 with the DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made Sweet Orr
in charge. p. m. pastor Solid train composed of section drawing I by Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
The public cordially in loom sleeping cars, observation compartment Solid train, composed of electric lighted
vited. cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and I drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches. & Co Best place in the city to trade.
Morning subject, "Called for a Pur Chicago, and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati,
pose." I ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis and
Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis A
Evening" "Giving a Fellow Another DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and;
Chance. I Solid tr-tn: carrying electric lighted com. Cleveland also
B.J. P. U. meeting at 6:30 artir-H observation sleepers and electlU sleeping car between I
p.. m.; igbted section drawing-room Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on
Mr. sleepers. First- Mondaysand
Good Eugene music.Reid Attentive, president. lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining ear W. M. SLEMONS ,
seats are free. Welcome ushers.! All erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati

't .Orlando.T. S. Abew- hy-,-auto livery, phone i I l W.lid R.TlCKt.O'NEAL 8. ,-City.RESERVATIONS Ticket Agent. AND W.1KFORMATTON.D. WHITE, Depot WRITE Ticket OR CALL Agent.ON ORANGE AVENUEf .

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fcfj The ideal weather of yesterday was
in happy contrast with that of the

;I previous day and the students of the 1T
Cathedral school were compensatedfor
n I their disappointment at having to

i postpone their May day dances. A
large crowd witnessed the pretty affair .
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t which was held on the campus at :

four o'clock yesterday afternoon, and
many words were heard in praise of
I the children and the instructors who .. .
Ly3j prepared the delightful program. : "
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About thirty took part, and the approach y .
3j: of the May queen was an- :
I nounced by two little heralds, Masters T I;::::
: _
Richard Woodruff and Cecil Roden- f. I .
: baugh, who were followed by the

crown bearer, Master William Dade, ,
Perhaps you have known the bitterness of # THAT FLAG
the maids, Misses Ruth Bourlay, Ella
Ays paying a bill the second time. Slemons, Ruth Isaacson, Marian *:
for the protection of life
Smith and Mary D. Rowan, and Mas-
With a checking account at this Bank you ter Chas. Straley, who strewed flow- :: ""IA1llhI and property of American Citizens

are sure of having receipts that the Courts of the ers in the pathway of the queen, Miss : everywhere !
Carrie Hooks. The train bearers were
a United States recognize as valid. ,ti ... Misses Virginia Yowell and Pearl and '

-14-- If you want to hear how this "double payment King. : uw the same Government protects
The queen was crowned by Miss
protection" is arranged, call at the bank at jour lemons and with her attendants, their finances when entrusted to
took seats the throne and viewedthe .; qill
Y s first convenience. We will explain fully. dancers.on to this "National" Bank, which is

I Several' square dances were given ':- under Government supervision \ .

by the little girls, and afterwards ;'.. :: :: ;,
the older students gathered around .'.'.
(: .v ....... '. '''''';: : .....,: .. .\ ""-" the May pole, and after a pretty "'-0. ." ......
: \'\ / 'I.- dance, twined it with bright ribbons.
S Photographer Robinson took a pic-
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ture of the gay group at the conclu- .. ,. ..:.'' .

ri sion of the exercises. I ':. '.
The dance music was played by :
i Miss Abbie Jones, and Misses Zilah i iI
I Shepherd and Eloise Gassman directed .
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D. A. R. CHAPTERThe MECHANICAL MAGAZINEThe the children. .... '. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. . '. <
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annual meeting of the local latest issue of Popular Me- DEATH OF MISS MILDRED : ; 0' : .: I, :v. ., '. 'r ...,?- : t L "JIf :. D. :
chapter of the Daughters of the chanics contains an interesting con- NEWELLThe : : ; .
American Revolution was held yester- :
tribution by Mr. Albin P. Swaidmark,
day at the home of Mrs. A. L. Fordon I quiet passing from earthly life .. .
of Orlando. Mr. Swaidmark is one ofOrlando's I ': ::{.' ." :> .....' :: .. .:. .. ... ...
Main street, and the officers fork most worthy men. of Miss Mildred Newell, 24, daughter :: : /: ; : : : .:: : .' :' ..;..:< .>::<.: .
the coming year are: Regent, Mrs. young of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newell, early
Jessie M. Thayer; vice-regent, Mrs. and expert mechanics. He is con-1!yesterday afternoon meant for her a .
nected with the Cook The
A. L Ford; secretary, Mrs. W. S. garage. ; blessed release, after many weeks of CURB THE TEMPERThe LAST OF TENT MEETINGS TO- MENDELSSOHN CLUB
article tells of how he cut a long
Branch; treasurer, Mrs. Percy Lau- suffering.
# in shaft that was too long Y
bach; registrar, Mrs. S. A. Robinson spiral a I| A favorite from her infancy with
for the lathe or milling machine, peculiarity of ill temper is thatit The first special rehearsal for the
; historian, Mrs. S. R. Hudson. all who knew her, the deepest sym-
s. which he did successfullly in a drill is the vice of the virtuous. t is The evangelistic meetings being :Mikado will be held Monday night at
The advisory board is Composed of pathy of many friends has been with
t' the regent, secretary, treasurer, and press. The article won the prize for her and with her relatives throughher often the one blot on an otherwise conducted by Mr. and Mrs. M. W. 7:30 at the Orlando opera house.
Mesdames Annie L. Mallory, J. M. the month, $10 and a year's subscription trying illness, when all that skill noble character. You know men and Henderson in 'a tent at the corner of
:! Cheney, and C. P. Dow. The calendar to the magazine. and love could suggest was done for women who are all but perfect but Hughey and Church streets continues SPRING TIME IS CLEANING TIME

committee includes Mesdames W. M. her comfort. for an easily ruffled, quick temperedor with much interest, meeting every i

Crossley, Baunsbach, and Benj. Drew. Col. T. J. Watkins, of Orlando, one The funeral will be held from St. "touchy" disposition. This com-. night at 7:30 and Sunday afternoonat I rugs We, carpets renovate, and, clean portiers., repair Our and work dye-
'" The last meeting for the season of the biggest orange growers of that Luke's Cathedral this afternoon at patibility of ill temper with high 3:30, to which the public is cor-. guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Only
will be held on Flag Day at the home city, says that Senator Fletcher is 3:30, Rev. Henry R. Remsen officiat moral character is one of the strangest dially invited. Sunday night's service expert in the state. Phone 195. J.
of Mrs. A. B. Whitman.Get the biggest man in the South today. ing. and saddest problems of ethics. will conclude these meetings. I II Baylarian, No. 45 East Pine street. t

President Wilson seems to entertain
II Now is the time to put in that new
a new gas range NOW and almost the same opinion of him. Ask for a box of matches and Don't roast /ourself: ir a hot kitchen. If your paper is not delivered gas range. We will put your serviceI -
c save money. :May 1st to 14th. Ocala Banner. I "cook with gas." "Cook with gas." I promptly, don't fail to notify the office. I pipe in FREE. May 1st to 14th.MMMMMMII8MMIIMIMOMIMII .

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On the Third
Has recently added to its varied lines the famous

Among the furniture, and in fact ev- .

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R They cost no more but are much better. Must be seen The Fox Slipper is Very Comfortable

$ to be appreciated. TAKE THE ELEVATOR.

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