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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 5, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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THE MORNING SENTINELTHE




PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe

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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914., NUMBER 72.

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HONOR OF THE TO GET WAS WELL PLEASED

That Huerta Will End the VETERANSSPECIAL RESULTSWill
Making Virtue of
MOO( AN PRESS ABETS WITH ff[NIIOR Armistice and Force Issues With a Necessity and Open-
the United States Ing Up a Beautiful Suburban BOARD OF TRADE Wilt HANOlE MH

MANY Y SOCIAL f ruN IIONS PlANNED APPEAL 10 I. C. COMMISSIONRATES Section I
BY PRINTING MOST SENSATIONAL
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Washington, May 4.-Special.-( ) CORRESPONDENCE SfiBJUTTEDWHICH

AND FALSE STORIES OF Secret reports have reached Wash Making virtue of a necessity the
INDICATES THAT ORLANDO
THE AMERICAN INVASION AT ington indicating that Huerta is preparing ATTENTION WILL BE FROM ALABAMA AND city; street forces are building a treet
to end the armistice and force GIVEN TO SOCIAL SIDE OF MAY BE MADE TRAINING
yERA CRUZ AND CONDITIONSAT OTHER POINTS FROM WHICH to connect Central avenue and South

THAT PORT issues with the United States.. THE EVENT AND VETERANS 'BRICK ARE SHIPPED SAID street, and are thereby opening up an QUARTERS FOR SEVERAL

The failure of Villa and Carranzato WILL RIDE unusually attractive section. SEASONS
TO BE EXORBITANT ANDDISCRIMINATORY
agree to an armistice pending mediation IN PARADEs The necessity alluded to came about ...

Mexico City (by courier to Vera is said to be back of Huerta's because it became necessary for the Indications are that several of the

Cruz and dispatch boat to Galveston), move. The watching and waiting policy sewer line to make this connection.That baseball
big league teams will bi
May 4.-(Special)-Whether or not has been adopted by Huerta bu Jacksonville, Fl*., May 4.-With The Orlando Board of Trade last portion of Central avenue where to have secured
training in
quarter
the Washington authorities consider while he is waiting he is every detail completed, Jacksonvillewas the
preparing night took the first step to secure a sewer strikes in is several feet Orlando next season. *
that war is on with Mexico is a ques- for the defense of Mexico City ready tonight to welcome thSon e reduction in the freight rates on pav higher than the immediate section

tion for diplomats to decide. But the both Americans and constitu- United Confederate Veterans, : Through the efforts of Mr. Harry
against ing brick, which are alleged to be surrounding on the east, and there is
people of this capital can decide it tioijalists.( of Veterans and Confederate Southern exorbitant and discriminatory. an ugly looking piece of swamp over L Beeman, and several other members

for themselves without shadow of As he thinks Memorial associations which meet of the board, including Messrs.J. .
the
a soon as time is It is estimated that Orlando and which a trestle had to be constructedfor
N. Bradshaw James L. Giles H. H.
in annual convention here. ,
doubt. ripe he will the United States the
notify pipe to rest leaving it i
Orange county will use not less than upon
Dickson and W. R.
The United States may not be at either to evacuate Vera Cruz or fight The Sons of Veterans will convene twenty million brick in carrying out. exposed. This line of pipe had to be O'Neal, the manager

war with Mexico, ,but Mexico is The utmost reticence is maintained their ninth annual meeting Tuesdaynight of the St. Louis Cardinals fis-
: cer being the contracts for paving which will 1 covered with earth, and since it became

tainly at war with the United States, at the state, war and navy departments and the United Vterans their soon be made. The city is to spend necessary to cover the piepe it ited the city some time ago and inspected .-
4 and to Mexican the twenty-fourth annual meeting on the proposed site for the winter
according on general Mexican decided
newspapers over $200,000 and the county is to was to make a complete job
i at the fair grounds.tThe
is organizing an invading situation. Wednesday.The of it camp
armyto and make the fill sufficientlydeep
spend $500,000, and of this total
march through Texas While orders city is gaily decorated andablaze matter was kept quiet at the time for
and issued
capturea no were todayto amount of $700,000 it is estimated 1 and broad for street purposes.It .
large portion of the hated Amer increase the number of ships at with lights and flags. Five that $300,000 will for freight. will be known as East street The certain obvious reasons, but the qyes-
ican land. hundred tents have been erected in go tion has been practically decided and
Vera Cruz plans are being laid fort
This rather alarming open way runs through a tract of landowned
Ever since the here that least Springfield park for the use of the prospectcaused has been turned over to the board to
news came t rushing at 10,000 more troops the Board of Trade to take the by Capt. J. W. Wilmott, whichis
';l the United States marines landed at t at a moment's notice. veterans. The tents are all amply initiative in appointing a committee I destined to be a beautiful residence be handled between that body and he

Vera Cruz the people have been in a It can be said tonight that the situation provided for their comfort and safety. to retain Attorney Louis C. Massey section. Capt. Wilmott is having considerable organizations.The .

frenzy excitement. and their patri is more acute than it has been The big parade will take place Friday. to make an investigation and grading done on the tract, manager of the Cardinals expressed

otic fever has been wrought up to the at any time since the mediation plan The soldiers will ride in auto- the case before the Interstate carry Commerce and it will probably be subdividedand himself as being well pleased

highest pitch by the local press. was announced and the issue for mobiles. There will be no hard marchas Commission if to placed upon the market sometime with the location at Orlando and the

Stories have been published of how peace or war will be decided withinthe heretofore. have the matter adjusted.necessary The following 1 soon. prospect of having the training

the Americans slaughterd women and 1 next few days.Anti.American The regiment of United States cavalry resolution, introduced by J. H. A large gang of hands under Supt.R. camps here. Ample room is to be

children at Vera Cruz until the and warships, which were expected : Reese, was unanimously adopted: M. Bennett is doing a fine piece of had at the grounds for three camps.

' streets ran fed. Ever since Tuesday Outbreaks Are to be present, will not attend work( there, and Street CommissionerJohnson The Louisville team is ngotiating
Whereas of and
April 22, great mobs have been Expected the reunion on account*of the Mexican : the County ,of Orange t..cit..1.are Orlando soon to enter is mightily pleased with the with the board for a location, stat-

tramping through the streets of the Mexico Ciyt, May 4Special.) trouble. upon the expenditure of a large rapid progress that has been made ing that it was desired to secure a

cayital yelling, "Death to Yankees!" American refugees here The survivors of the cavalry brigade with it. place not for one season only, but for
are of
congregated sum money for brick paving and
"Death to Gringoes! of General Nathan Bedford For ; the next two or three years. It is regarded -
in the Hotel Geneva. Most of "Whereas, The estimated numberof
Mobs have formed early in the rest will participate in the parade. as almost certain that anotherone
them
leaving the train
are on scheduled brick
to be used in these contractswill
morning and kept up far into the to leave tonight for Puerto Mex: Especial attention has been given amount to not less than twenty Ii N ORTH B BOUND TRAINS YIR[ of the big teams will be secured.

night, stoning American places of ico. The general situation is this year to social events connected The conditions imposed upon the
unchanged million brick, the freight which
business, looting American with the reunion, the first being a upon I board will be to with.
stores, insulting today and the city is quiet calculated upon a basis of eight thou- DELAYED BY W REC[ K easy comply

American women vilely, and throughout, but some outbreaks ofj 1 1fors), parade of sponsors and maids of hon- sand brick to the car load, from The space beneath the grand stand
doing everything they could think of anti-American I[i or Wednesday morning, and balls can be fitted up for lockers and show
feeling are looked Alton, Ala., to Orlando, Fla., will be
to show their hatred of Americans. i during tomorrow's celebration of the I I I Wednesday and Thursday nights. $120 per car load for twenty-five hundred i I Train Ran Into Open Switch Sear er baths without great cost, and the
Huerta Sends Representatives Governor Trammell and:Mayor Swear- item of transportation to and from
victory of Puebla. Plant City and Killed
cars, or $300,000 in the total to; Negroin
Washington, May 4Gen. Huerta's I ingen, of Jacksonville will deliverthe be i Orlando is the only other cost to be
for
paid freight charges and Wreckage
acceptance of the request of the LatMediation I addresses of welcome.A ; dealt with. The Cardinals man said
Appears to Be Throttled
"Whereas, It behooves this Boardof
in-American envoys that he send delegates unique feature of the reunion 'that the grounds would need little or
Washington, May 4.-(Special.)-: Trade to exercise at all times its All northbound trains on the Atlantic
to confer with them in effortsto will be the return of an Ohio battle- no work to make them acceptable.
The mediators have eliminated Car=: power and influence to protect the Coast Line were delayed yesterday
mediate the difficulties, between flag, captured from one of the regiments If the teams
ranza from the peace proposals. They: tax payers and in all ways to serve by a wreck which occurred two miles come they will afforda
Mexico and the from that state during the
United States war.
was an- notified him that as he refused to and subserve the material interests of south of Plant City early yesterday great attraction to the visitors and
nbunced today at the state department The flag will be returned by the Alai the
agree to an armistice the invitation the town and county; therefore, I I morning. surrounding country, for a number -
k bama and
i delegation, accepted by
to him to join in the mediation proceedings -i! "Be it resolved, That it is the sense An open switch was the cause of of exhibition games will be ar-
The mediators Governor Cox, for the state of Ohio.
at
conference |
a with ranged. In addition
is withdrawn, and he need I I of the Orlando Board of Trade that the wreck. Three cars of brick and to this each team
Secretary of State Bryan communic j Indications are that thousands of will
bring from four
not send a representative. As Huerta'j the existing freight charges on paving one car of coal were standing on the to six newspa.per -
.2d to the department that Huerta ,t will attend the reunion from men who will
has limited his brick are exorbitant and discriminatory sidinghen train put Orlando before
representatives to the passenger 83
1 .J selected to represent his interestsD. all parts of the country. Many will the world in every
consideration of the Tampico incident and that a committee to be crashed into them. A negro at work important papered

t' Emilio Rabasa, a Mexican jurist the mediation plan appears tot I begin to arrive tomorrow. composed of the president and the| on one of the brick cars was kill of the country every day during the

and Augustine Garra Galindo, undersecretary be practically throttled.RESOLUTIONS secretary and the chairman of the and two other negro hands who had\ season. As an advertisement this

of justice in Mexico. It transportation committee of this bodybe been working about the place arewill be one of the greatest publicity
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t further was announced that a third TO IMPEACH CANDIDATES[ f TOR R C CONGRESS[ TO and are hereby authorized to retain missing. The wreckage was piled up enterprises ever pulled off by the

delegate named to tomorrow.represent Huerta wouldbe COLORADO GOVERNOR SPEAK IN RlANDO the Honorable Louis C. Masseyas in a great heap, and it is not known Board of Trade.

t After the conference Denver, Colo., May 4.-(Special.) attorney for this body to investi- if the other negroes were killed. It To Buy Site for Cigar Factory '

Brysb made pvpjl" thern Secretaryi -Resolutions drafted by a. \\mm i-: gate the: matter DS rates 00 a gag. is svsperled }hat the' Kece Bassi M1 )r. 3amea 2.. bites regarlad (a the

<1lmll.tR tee ol the labor unions of Denver brick from Alton, Ala., Chattanooga, esponsible for the switch being left ward that he had closed a trade for a
Mexico City which Huerta had Speaking Campaign .Begun at St.
impeach Governor Ammons will be s Tenn., Baltimore, Md., Philadelphia, pen and probably fied when they lot on South street near the railroad,
communicated first to the Last
mediators Cloud Night Will Reach
introduced in the Colorado legi la-: Pa., and other points from which paving l earned of the wreck. opposite the Lockhart property,

The through further Ambassador announcement Riano of Spain. ture. The indications tonight are This City Wednesday brick are shipped, with a view to Train 8-1. which is due in Orlandoat which it is proposed to give for the

that was made that the resolutions will be tabled taking the matter before the Interstate 9:56, did not reach this station i erection of the Curry cigar factory.

no delegates to represent the without coming to a vote. The old'' The speaking campaign through I Commerce Commission for hearing until 1:45 in the afternoon. Other I The price is $2,000, which the board
United
States had been selected. Mr. line Democrats are supporting thethe I fourth district by the congressional and adjustment. rains: were delayed somewhat but I will raise by subscription. A com
Bryan would
not discuss I
details
the conference of governor, while the Republicans and candidates was begun at St "Resolved, further, That Mr. Massey were nearly on time.BASEBALL mittee composed of Messrs. H. L
further. Progressives j Cloud last night and will reach Orlando be Beeman, M. 0. Overstreet Jos.
Mr. are opposing him. The requested to report to the next L.
is
Rabasas a close friend of
General Huerta. He coroner will begin tomorrow an ii- Wednesday night. The candidates meeting of this body,two weeks hence, RESULTS Guernsey, S. S. Griffin, J. H. Reese,

once had been quest into the deaths at Forbes during will speak at Kissimmee to- after such preliminary investigation National League James L. Giles and John M. Cheneywas
f chosen by Huerta to be ambassadorto
the the battle there between the minenight if in his opinion the facts justify the'ive Boston 10, Philadelphia 7. named to secure this amount
United States in
had case this government guards and the strikers. Eleven were The Orlando opera house will probably eipense of making an effort to hIt New York 4, Brooklyn 3. The Curry factory is located in the

recognized the Huerta killed there. be the scene of the speaking. these rates adjudicated." Chicago 1, St Louis 6. L L Payne building, near the Coast

regime.A will be the first joint debate held ii New Members Added Cincinnati-Pittsburg; wet grounds. Line station, but has outgrown its

general understanding after the further telegram to the mediators inquiring Orlando for many a day, and willour Mr. S. S. Griffin reported the names American League quarters. Jacksonville and other

state department conference was that as to their request for the appointment likely draw a large attendance. of Messrs. F. L Anderson and J. E. Washington 1, New York 8. towns have made overtures to Mr.

the mediators had decided to limit of a Carranza delegate,the There are five candidates, and : Nicholson for membership. Mr. Griffin Cleveland 7, Detroit 9. Curry to secure the location of his

their activities at this time to a settlement extent of his functions and whether of them, Messrs. St. Elmo W. Acosta, has been instrumental in adding a St. Louis 1, Chicago 0. factory, but he prefers to remain in

of the Tampico incident solely this would be limited to the W. H. Malone, W. J. Sears and Albert 1
controversy number of names to the membershiplist Philadelphia Boston 9. Orlando, and will stay here if the

and that the appointment of the between the United States and M. Williamson, will appear in person. recently, and the treasury of the Federal League board will secure this site. He will

Huerta basis. delegates was made on that Huerta, beyond which Carranza has Congressman Claude L'Engle will be board is being swelled in consegae nce.Chicago 4, Buffalo 0. then erect a two-story brick build-

This would constitute the mediators shown no signs of negotiations. represented by Mr. G. J. Strozier, of Vice-President Jas. L Giles presided St. Louis 0, Baltimore 3. ing upon it Mr. Curry says that he

an international court of I honor Meantime the mediators were chiefly Winter Garden. Mr. Strozier's abilityas last night in the absence of Kansas City 6, Pittsburg 5. : will immediately double the capacityof

to decide on whether the United concerned in not having any untoward a performer on the hustings t is President Seth Woodruff, who did not Indianapolis-Brooklyn; rain. his business upon the erection of
States
the "insult was entitled to reparation for warfare by advance posts and well known, and he will ably represent -I attend on account: of illness. Southern LeagueMemphisChattanooga this building. He is working sixty
to the flag" at Tampico, skirmishers to his candidate.
cause complications in The speaking will rain. men at
and what ; present, and has a,pay roll cf
form that reparation should the negotiations. The begin at 8 o'clock.
tense Atlanta-Nashville
situationat rain. $36,000
take. I COUNTY BOARDS MEET TODAY ; a year. This enterprise is
After that had
point been set Mexico
tled City gave some concern, Mobile 1, Montgomery 0. welt worth working to retain, and
they would
be confronted by the however, as it was realized a crisis THE WEATHERat The county commissioners and the Birmingham 9, New Orleans 1. .. there is little doubt that the
question of money
indemnity, which probably might come from that quarters Florida: Partly school board South Atlantic will be
*, would be claimed the cloudy Tuesdayand county will meet today. League forthcoming. Mr. Beeman
by United time.
any Wednesday The commissioners will Atfgusta 4, Jacksonville 3. has called
.4 States for its Vera likely appointthe a meeting of the committeefor
Cruz
expedition, Sessions of the
and other mediators were inspectors for the primary election Savannah 3, Macon 2. Five innings 11 o'clock Wednesday morning atMr.
expenses incident I
present difficulties. to the most informal, no voting being takenup Keep in mind those 50 cent books.' of June 2, besides taking action i ; rain and darkness. Giles' office.

t It was learned from to this time and all decisions having Many new issues, including "The' upon many other important matteresThe Columbia 11, Albany 7. City Building Committee to MeetThir

source that Carranza an authoritative -' been reached by unanimous a rec- Harvester." Curtis & O'Neal, next school board will have a busy I Columbus 1, Charleston 1. :Mr. Beeman is chairman of the

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members of the Ananias club receiveda :
little attention when the Sons of Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
the Revolution foregathered at Del- Gas RangesRealizing
" monico's to celebrate the one hun- RESOURCESReal
dred and twenty-fifth anniversary of
the inauguration of George Washington Estate, Furniture and Fixtures .. .$ 26,437.37
as the first president of the Loans and Discounts . . . .. .. 378,166.14
United States. Overdrafts .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. 1,225.23
Albert Bushnell Hart, professor of Stocks and Bonds . .. .. ... ... .. 26,018.33 .
government in Harvard university,, Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02
addressed the society on "American that now is the best time to put in a Gas
x Historical Liars." $904,906.09
Not a single old patriotic and his- Range, so as to get the benefit of it during the hot weather LIABILITIES

torical lie or liar was spared. And we are offering our entire stock of Ranges at a great Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

when the professor finished he had Re-Discounts . .. . . .. ... . .. .. None
left his hearers only what Kipling reduction during the next two weeks. Bills payable . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. None
calls "the tattered shirttail of a torn '
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proposition this:
delusion." Deports .. .. . .. .. .. .. 770,793.72 '
I If you already have service pipes in your house we
Beginning with Mason Locket Due to Banks and Bankers . .. .. .. .. 2,832.59
Weems, one of the forefathers of the will
'I give youE
Society of American Historical Liars,
$904,906.09
A the professor elbowed his way fore
and aft through American history, E 20 offon
from the landing of the Pilgrims per cent Deposits March 4, 1914 .. ... .. .. .. .$649,484.91

4 down to date. Not a lying forefather : Deposits April 11th, 1914 .. .. .. ... .. 770,793.72
escaped the professor's hook. : any range in the house.If .
Weems, the man who launched the Increase in 37 days . .. . .. .. .. 121,308.81

triple expansion six-cylinder yarn : your service is not already in we will give you Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 .. .. .. .. 521,167.38

about the Father of his County and : Deposits April 11th, 1914 ... .. .. ... ... 770,793.72
the cherry tree, was the first to fall. : 10 cent offand
Then came the old grammar school I per Increase in 100 days . .. . ... .. 249,626,34
chums, Capt. John Smith and Poca- : install the service to 60 feet.
hontas. They received less consid- : (up ) Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months. J
eration than Weems; after them in : The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
swift succession came Father Henne- ,FREE OF CHARGE Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

pin,James Wilkinson, James P. Beck- : on streets where we have mains. I friends and customers for making such a statement pos
fourth, Marcus Whitman, John Josse- : sible.
lyn, Jonathan Carver and CoL BuelL : ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
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Following the professor, Clarence :
Winthrop Bowen, president of the I : : ::::mnwmtmNOTICE ::::: ::: tmmttt i
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Change of Schedule Clyde St.
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further notice the steamersof Osteopathic Physician REPAIRINGDR.
at the inauguration of Washington.Rev.
this line will leave Sanford at
132 Avenue
Orange
11:30 o'clock a. m.
E. J. Ranslow, pastor of the
Tourists' Congregational church of N. M. TUPPER, Supt.J. Next door to People's Bank,

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service, would involve many additional To spend your valuable time asking :

ON MEICANCEMURY[ [ [ I IS NECESSARY[ [ Y TO WAR requirements recruiting to, including increased provisionfor strengthand your up a neighbors house or rooms and friends for you t.when look ::

numerous other details. Even in you can get the most information and .

To Rescue the Body of Vergara Who General J. Clifford R. Foster, adju- advanco of such orders both militaryand valuable selections from the columns :

Was Killed Beyond the tant genoral of the National Guard of personal preparation is important of the Morning Sentinel? : ORLANDO

Ro Grande Florida, has sent to all officers of the because of the possibilities of the existing II1111 I

guard a memorandum of service in situation. Members of the militia -
11111 11111 I11I1 III lit :
Lincoln, Neb., May 2.-The recent the nature of a circular letter. While realizing their responsibilities,I! I
the general points out that the possibility should consider at this time the arrangements -
recovery of the mutilated body of For SaleI Water
Clemente Vergara, an American citizen of a call by the president is of their personal affairs & Light Co. j

from the Mexican cemetery of more remote today than at any time which the absence from their homes

Hidalgo was made by a party led by during the past two weeks, he gives for an indefinite period would neces- have the following

John G. Maher, a well to do Nebraskaman out a mass of information which will sitate. properties which I offerat I
be of to the officers in
great use the
and close personal friend of Sec- ATTRACTIVE PRICES
event the called the colors Elaborate being ElectricityGas
troops are to preparations are
Col. Maher
retary of State Bryan.
interview by President Wilson. made by the pupils and teachers for : prior to going north:
has made the admission and in an -
Ono of the main points mentionedis the graduation exercises of both the One California Bungalow -
given out here, discloses interesting -
details of the international that the companies should all be grammar and high schools in Kissimmee. i ; one two-story house I Water |

incident"I recruited up to peace strength, and There are now over seven hun- (corner lot.) Intending Ice

that the names of volunteers shoulde dred pupils enrolled in the entire will do well !
was not acquainted with Ver- I buyers to get
taken to facilitate the school. The senior class of the
recruitingin high
gara, but knew several of his rela- in touch with me on
tives," said the local man. "When I the event of a call. The letters is school consists of twelve members, I above properties, which Officc:---No. 18 West Central Ave.
as follows: all of whom will finish with excellent
f visited a portion of Mexico some fifty both and well
miles from Laredo early in March I 1. In, view of the widely discussed records. May 7 will be the final com- are new

found three 'greasers' who told me possibility of war, it is deemed ad- mencement day.E. located.

where the body of the unfortunate visable all officers to bring to the attention of E. Canova of FRED B. DALE Telephone No. 6
Texas ranger had been buried. I immediately of the National Guard of Starke, drove ; .

conceived the plan of disin- Florida the modes of procedure whichare 1,000 head of cattle from Baker coun-

terring it and taking it across the opun to the president should circumstances ty, Starke and vicinity sixteen milesto 306 ANDERSON STREET

arise which necessitatethe Lake Butler, Friday. he
Saturday
river to the relatives and friends. I PHONE 376
use of a larger number of troopsfor loaded them into nineteen cars, mak-
paid the Mexicans for their work, and
enlisted the aid of five of my friends. active duty than are available ing a solid trainload, shipping them ttatMltlilMIIIMIiMIMiTo
from the regular forces at his com- via the Atlantic Coast Line railroadto
"We made a trip of investigationto "IIIIIIIIIII MltlOIIIMMi
the little burying ground the after- mand. He may, without a formal E. B. Elen at Natchez, Miss.- THE WEST
declaration of Lake Butler Note in .
war by congress, or TimesUnion.The
noon before the midnight affair. We I
after such a declaration has been VIASEMINOLE "I' 'II'lllel"'I'I'II"III'llllllllllllllllllllllt.rrn .
the
gathered on the Mexican side of
made, call forth the organized militiaof Osceola Journal "From
says: I
Rio Grande shortly after sunset onMarch
the United States. In the event thirty-eight hundred population in [ LIMITED
7 and were at work within a
of such a call the entire National January, 1913, to over five thousand, aild Stiffiffler
the
few hours thereafter. We got Guard, as now constituted, would eight hundred residents in April, 1914, Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm r rOur
body safely over to the rangers early Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
probably be mobilized and recruitedto what the
the next morning. The Mexicans who census completed for the j Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.I. 9:00: pm I

were with us from the time we war strength. He might, on the Journal's city directory shows we Lv Way cross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 pm
other hand, call for volunteers under have within our borders." Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am line for the
reached their side of the river untilwe new Spring
the provision of the volunteer Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am
left their soil were true to their army Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am : and Summer season of 1914 is
word-because it behooved them to ; bill, which has just become a law; 'Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga. 6:20 am now complete. Never in the his-
be. but this could not be done until aftera YOUR HAIR NEEDS I Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga__ 7:30 am
formal declaration of war by con- Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p tory of our business have we
"There were no Texas rangers withus Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm been able to show such line of
at the time, but there were several gress. PARISIAN SAGE Ar Jackson, "fienn., I. C____ 7:46 pm a
hundred of them across the Rio 2. In the event of the calling forthof Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm new and timely goods for Eas-

Grande on 'the American side. Had tho organized militia, each officer It Quickly Removes Dandruff i.,Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm ter selling. Our line of Dress
and enlisted of the National Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am
man Just
because hair is full of .
your Goods Clothing Shoes Millinery
encountered opposition in our efforts ,
we
I Guard is, under his oath of office or dandruff, thin, streaky, dull and never -I IAr St. Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:05 am
to get the body they no doubt II Ready-to-Wear goods and
,
will do
enlistment, obligated to respond, and, up to look pretty, do not Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C. _____ 1:38 am notions is
would have been with us in a short despair. Beautiful hair thick, fluffy ( complete-the stylesare
failing to do so, would be subject to I Ar Matoon, 111., I. C_______ 3:20 am
,'lustrous and absolutely free from( varied enough to suit
time. Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am
trial by a federal court martial under dandruff and all excessive oil. It KankaKee _____ the taste of and the in with
"The body of Vergara was badly Ar Ill., I. C. 6:20 am every one, prices are keeping
the laws of the United States. Parisian Sage frequently appliedwill _______
mutilated-even worse than was told work wonders. i Ar Chicago, III, I. C 7:50 am every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
3. In the event of a call for volun- Just one application -
of in the papers.* There were two stops itching head, removes Solid Through Trains-Composed of Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
skull wounds, one apparently made teers, without calling the National dandruff and all excessive oilfl It observation, compartment, drawingroom the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent

by a bullet and the other crushing, Guard into the service of the United goes right to the hair roots and furnishes section, sleeping cars, 3JJee cheaper than the regular prices.
States as militia, it is provided under the nourishment needed-the reclining chair cars, between Jackson-
We will appreciate and be than to show
which had evidently been done with! the new volunteer law that hair becames soft, fluffy, abundantand ville and Chicago, and Jacksonville more pleased i
the butt of a gun. The fingers"of one army radiant with linfo. 1 nd St. Louis. All meals in dining you our line if you will call on us.MMHIIMIMIimHltHIIIMtltMHMIMItMMMiHt.
hand were badly charred as if they units of the organized militiafroma Parisian Sage not only saves the
company to a regiment- be accepted lair, but stimultes it to car.For
had been burned. The side of his leg may grow long kets and Pullman car reser- i
by the presidnt as now constituted and heavy. Get a 50-cent bottle from vations, all on
was also burned in places, as if the and officered, when three- McElroy's Pharmacy at once. There W. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent,
same fire that touched his fingers also: is no other "Just as good." or HI KANNER New York Store
fourths of the
blistered him limb. A bullet had also prescribed peace D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Bargain i
pierced his lung. He had evidentlybeen ; strength of such unit volunteer, pro- Try the Sentinel Job Department. I Atlantic Coast Line,
vided that such units are organizedas Orlando.Hammond .
tortured before being put to I
: prescribed by the laws of the
death. The sight of his body infu-
United States and the regulations of
riated every one who looked upon it, -iii- 1 i-i- -i
the war department. The law further 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.Beck *
and I can tell you that had any hos- r
contemplates and provides that units
tile Mexicans hove in sight at the
of the organized militia which meet
time to intercept us in any way there &Gore '
the above requirements shall be giv-
&
would have been a battle. It could Payne's
en profernece over all other volun-
"
not have been avoided.
teers.
Col. Maher-he earned the title in FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
4. The voluntary tenders of service
the Spanish-American war-says that ---- -- -------- -
which have reached this office from --
he wouldn't give out the names of the organizations of the National VALUES LOW PRICES Cash Grocery
the fellows who were with him unless
Guard show appreciation of the responsibilities -
compelled to do so by the government COMPARE
of militia service and
a
Even then he would defer un-

til he had communicated with each of patriotic desiro to meet them should ST TAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES

them, he said. The Lincoln man has necessity arise. It is proper, there- OU.R FURNITUREWe
fore, to consider at this time the
made trips to Texas and to internal -
many many phases of the present situationand provide the quality furniture that has long
Mexico and has much
gained the conditions which arise been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
may
Nice stock White Rose
firm his many experiences there.F and require to be dealt with. To that standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It new \ \

F ,"" days before'the Vergara in- end there is furnished in this I wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

( ent: Col. Maher was arrested and randum information as to what memo-would this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones brand Canned goods, Fox River Butj j :

herd at one of the smaller inland follow should of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
necessity arise for call
towns for several hours pending his the ---------- --- --- ter "Pride" the highest grade butter-
ing organized militia into the ser- j j
investigation by a so-called rebel

eral. He felt "mad" at the time gen-and vice formation of the is United in explanation States. This of and in McNEfll & DAVIS BLOCK, v ineCall:- and'! investigate. We ; ;

kept getting madder as time went on, supplementary to that which is given Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

so he says.BORAH under the rules for the mobilizationof J meet all cash prices.

the organized militia for active rv'i e.ii-1
WOULD POSTPONE ACTION service as published in paragraphs

ON TOLLS MATTER 450 to 463 of the, Army Regulations, 11 West Robinson AvenueIIIIIIIII'II'I'IIII'IIII'I"IIICIIOI'O'II"I

1913, which should be-carefully read I
Washington, May .-Senator Bo and studied I i
by all officers. It shouldbe
rah today offered a resolution to post- understood that the information Louisville Nashville R. R.ri'N'.l I 'J.

pone action on the Panama tolls repeal 'given here contemplates the calling

bill until the question had been forth of tho National Guard as mili-

"practically" voted on in the electionof tia. In some respects the procedurein : tllllllllll"IIIQIOI'IIIII'I'IIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIII"Just

the entire house of representativesand effecting mobilization would vary

thirty-two senators next to vote. if a call for volunteers should be made .IIIIQ'llaO O..II = a

Senator Borah prefaced his resolu- : without the calling forth of the militia Received

tion with statements that all three I by the president; but in the latter The Attractive Way to

political parties in 1912 adopted plat- case, and in supplying any quota of CINCINNATI CHICAGO LOUISVILLE

forms and all three presidential can- volunteers that might be allotted this LEXINGTON ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS

didates in accordance therewith de- state, preference would be given the DAYTON PITTSBURGBUFFALO KNOXVILLE Embroidered Organdy Edgings.

clared free, tolls just and wise. National Guard organizations volun- COLUMBUS BIRMINGHAM

He emphasized the importance of teering for service where such organ- CLEVELAND GRAND RAPIDS PENSACOLA and

dealing with the people with good izations meet the requirements of the DETROIT NASHVILLEEVANSVILLE MOBILE Something new dainty,

faith and called attention to the fact federal law. TOLEDO NEW ORLEANS

that some had changed their minds 5. Should necessity arise for call- All Points North-Xorthwest-Southwest

about the wisdom of the legislation.He ing forth the organized militia it may Three Solid Through Trains, Daily MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

suggested that by postponing the be assumed that the president will South Atlantic Limited, Lye Jacksonville .8:15 P. M.
vote until after the election the
peo- issue a proclamation to that effect, Dixie Flyer, Lye Jacksonville . . . 8:25 P. M.
ple would be given another chance to I! following it with specific instructions Montgomery Route Express LYe. Jacksonville 8:05 PM.. : : Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
themselves that
express on question. to the governor as to the matter of Three Daily Trains to Mobile and New Orleans, Lye.

The senator did not ask for a vote' units to be furnished by this state, Jacksonville 8:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m., and 8:00 a. n.
PatternsDon't
on his resolution. etc. Based upon this proclamation All electric lighted trains with through steel draw-

and the directions of the president, ing-room sleepers, free reclining chairs and modern high-

Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., the governor would issue the neces- back seat coaches.L. .. ..' ... ... . . . . . .
for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and sary state orders providing for the
Pepper Crates. 4-29ra &. N. Dining Cars-No Better Dining car service. I
mobilization of the militia. These Fast Time-Rock Ballast-No Dust.H. wait for every one In town to Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
orders would cover such details as are have Entrican, the painter, before is the kind you want. Where to getit
Another brick block will be erectedin usual in the orders issued each C. BRETNEY, FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT you try. Am too busy to look you ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. '

Fort Meades this summer. for mobilizing the for year 134 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Entrican. 1.20-ti.,
troops 2-26-eod-Zm job. 1-20-tf Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
Rubber Stamps made to order at ments and other state encamP-// for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and ,
Waraan's Repair Shop. 125tf. in view of the character of Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4.25-tf Pepper Crates. 4-29m .,

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x DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy FLORIDA VEGETABLES YORK IX NEW (Continued BIG BALL from TEAMS page 1) :iHmmillllllllii'.lHlllimifflimilI'M' ': : : : \ "

South Florida Sentinel ( W. S. Branch) committee on municipal building, and ft '

MORNING AND WEEKLY It seems the height of folly for New York, May 1.-There was a has called a meeting of this committee -
JOSiAH FERRIS Editor aDd Owntr. Floridians to be paying 30 cents per wide range in quality on practicallyall for Col. J. N. Bradshaw's officeat A

dozen for eggs in the month of May. Florida vegetables this week. 10 o'clock Wednesday morning.The :
Entered at the poitoffice at Orlando, Florida And many of these eggs are laid in Anything fancy sold well at full top committee reported progress at
4 a* Second Claw Mail Matter. Georgia and Alabama before they are quotations, but poor and choice stock last night's meeting. In this connec- '

SUBSCRIPTION RATES laid on our plates for breakfast. dragged. Bulk of sales took place on tion Mr. J. C. Patterson offered a sug- :

'c Daft Daily, 1 i Year Months..J5.00.60 the docks as shipments have changed gestion that a building be erectedover l 'Y'Ollfi
Daily 3 Months L25 Some rare daffodil bulbs were recently from express to freight. Florida Lake Eola to be used as a rest '
Daily 1 Month sold in London for $103 each. beans H
were generally poor and in room for tourists, and a pavilion for :

Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 If Commissioner Robertson or John heavy supply. Sales ranged mostly amusements. He said he was willingto
....................
.7i
9
weekly 6 Month Caruthers should sell all of their fine from $1.50@2 a basket. Some very take twenty per cent. of the city's : w
ADVERTISERS bulbs at that price each, they would poor stuff sold lower, while extra warrants issued for the payment of
TO :
build castles on Lucerne Circle and fancy slightly exceeded $2.25. such a building. In view of the pend- MM f fW
r Copy to 1 ti* Uy and all tihtr haDd- d ride around the city in automobiles Peas were in light supply and also ency of the other matter, Mr. Patter-
W headed in at the fcawneMffk
iJTfrtH"f But
.f tile Sentinel Dot later Ulan 2 p. m. worth fifteen thousand dollars each. poor in quality. Sales ranged all the son's suggestion was not acted upon,
U. day before pabUcaUon. This rule applies from basket
way $1@3.50 a with but his liberality in the premises was
dmUun. it b
? U clmfM for contract ;
Invariable and trill be strictly adhmd to. The first steel pens were made in some strictly fancy large peas up to heartily applauded.

w Birmingham, England, which city $4. Booster Trip Coming Along FinelyMr. ARDROBf
'' Subscriber should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued en monopolized the business for a hun- Cucumbers were in heavier receipt J. P. Holbrook, chairman of I

continued the date of at expiration the regular, otherwise subscription it will ratea be, dred years or more. Today the ;fin- but sold readliy. Most sales ranged I the committee to arrange for the .MMIinMMMIHMMI
c until notice to stop is reeeived. est steel and other metal pens in the from $2.50@3 a basket, though some booster automobile trip to Miami, reported : till I111I II1II Jill III II
world are made in America and thou- fancies brought $3.25 and $3.50. splendid progress. The work

TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914. sands of gross of them are sold in Bir- Cabbage was in moderate supplyand had been divided by the committee so IS INCOMPLETE WITHOUT A DRESS OR TWO OF
mingham. Doubtless John Bull might sold mainly from $1.25@1.75 a that H. Clark Robertson will provide

A Pittsburg man has challengedfate make as good steel pens as Uncle crate with some up to $2. Receiptsof I booster hats, Gray Rush booster ban- WHITE OR CREAM, YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE
by naming his infant son Woodrow Sam, but doubtless he does not do it celery were heavy though prices I ners, V. W. Estes booster literature,
Huerta Thompson.o WEAVES AND DESIGNS SHOWN BY US IS AN IN-
at present. well maintained and in
were some and John M. Cook the booster route. <.
-- I II I cases higher. Twelve inch crates Mr. Holbrook gave details of the pro- ; DICATION OF APPROVAL OF THE PRODUCTIONS
There is considerable activity in A great many people have read I ranged from $1@2.25. Very few 10- posed trip that had been worked out

political circles just now and candi- books about the "No Breakfast" planof inch crates in though sales on them so far, and said that he expected fully I OF THE FIRST MANUFACTURERS OF THE OLD
dates are looming up in all sections dieting, and not a few have been reported at from 75c@$1.50. Lettuce a hundred people to make the trip.
r; of the country. greatly benefited by cutting out, whatis was in very light supply, the market Invited to Attend Opening of Bids. d; WORLD AND THE EXCLUSIVE WEAVES OF THE

i f o to some, the pleasantest meal of 'being oversupplied with Carolina I for Bonds I NEW.
The first enlivenment of the cam- I I the day. But it has remained for an stock. Sales ranged from 50c@$2 a Mr. M. 0. Overstreet, chairman of
paign will be the speeches by the con- Orlando man to discover and promul- basket according to quality. Peppers I the county commissioners, extendedthe

gressional candidates at Orlando gate the fact that there is Scripture were in good demand and a little members of the board an invita-

Wednesday night. This ought to be authority for religiously going with- higher. Most sales on boxes ranged tion to attend the opening of the bids Consistent with our progressive policy our rangeof
a a rousing meeting, and doubtless it out breakfast. In Ecclesiastes, the i from $2@2.50 and from $1.75@2.50 for road construction and bonds to
will be.The 10th chapter and 16th verse, we read I on carriers. Fabrics out-rivals any previous season's assort-
take place at noon Monday and Tues-
o is follows-but take down the Good Tomatoes were only fairly active, day, March 11 and 12, respectively. ments, range of designs and range of weaves-
war in Mexico hasn't resulted Book and read it yourself.
as strictly fancy stock was scarce. He said that the suggestions and ad-
>- in the bloodshed that the war in Col- .This brought up to $3, in some casesa vice of the business men would be all have been enlarged, so that not only can all
orado has produced, but little is the One of the prettiest lawns in the
little higher while choice and poor
needed and he of them
hoped many tastes be satisfied but the purchasing power of
attention given to Colorado in the cri- city is that one belonging to E. R. stock ranged from $2.50 down to $1a would attend.

sis. International strife is a graver Hotaling, in front of his comfortablehome carrier.-New York Packer. Jacksonville Sends InvitationThe all purses met.
matter. "Gralynne," at No. 5 East Rob-
Jacksonville Board of Trade
o inson avenue. If every property own- ONE THING TO REMEMBER
had sent a telegram to the Orlando '
Only sixty-six registered voters in er in Orlando would do as well as
board, extending the courtesies dur-
Orlando have failed to pay their poll Mr. Hotaling, we should indeed be en- When you go to the polls on Tues-
the reunion in that
ing city, offering
tax. These few will probably pay up titled to be known as "The City Beau- day, June 2nd, remember that in
space for an Orlando booth. A vote
by Saturday. We congratulate the tiful." The Kissimmee board of tradeis place of marking your ballot at the of thanks was given the Jacksonville OUR RANG[ INCLUDES[ p
Orlando electorate on their splendid offering prizes for the best kept left of the name as you heretofore body.
j showing. Few towns can make the lawr\s. We ought to have enough have done, the cross must be made at
same boast. love of home and civic pride to makeour the RIGHT of the name of the per- White and Cream Voiles
DONT SAY YOU DID NOT KNOW
o home surroundings beautiful son for whom you wish to vote. White and Cream Crepe de Chine
I May 9th is the last day to pay poll
"Dixie" appropriately honors Gen- without the aid of prizes, but plentyof While there is no extra effort required -
White and Cream Eotienne.
tax if you expect to vote in the primary -
,; eral E. M. Law by printing his pic- Orlando people do not seem to pos- to do this it is expected that
June 2nd. Attend to your poll Cream Eponges.
ture and his greetings to his com sess it. there will be many a vote lost by the
tax immediately, lest forget. If
you Cream Ratines
rades of the sixties on its front page. 555 change among those who have been I'
9th lose vote
you pass May you your
Florida is proud to claim the only You might not think it of him, butit used to voting in this state. Cream Eslanene Serges. .
on June 2nd.
surviving general of the Confederate that stern old reformer and
was religious -- -- ------ Cream Coating Serges.
states, and the press of the state is zealot, :Martin Luther, who We have always doubted the wis- - Cream Mohair Panamas.
} many times honored in having him ask first said, "Who does not love wine, dom of the so-called "Prayer Circles," MMMMMMMMMMMM .
a member. He is editor of the Bartow women and song, remains a fool his but we heartily commend "Egg Cir Cream Ripplettes
Courier ,Informant. whole life long." But Martin Luther cles" organized along the lines pur- T. F. HOURfflAN ; Cream Canvas Cloths.

S; o has been dead for several hundred sued in the Cape Colony country Cream Rice Cloths
Licensed Plumber and
The first arrest under the new primary years and had not seen the wreck where they are in use to encouragethe i Cream Pussy Willow Taffetas.
law has been made at Panama and ruin that follows in the wake of egg industry and save the importation Sanitary Engineer Cream Messalines.
City. Bay county was created by the the above triad in these twentieth of this necessary article of Estimates Furnished. Jobbing I
Cream
Promptly Attended to. Satin Duchesse.
r last legislature and has contributed celtury days. Should he.come to food.
Cream
Moires.
several sensations to enliven the earth again and get a line on condi- PHONE 6z9
times since its creation. The partyin tions today, he would write somethinglike THEY ARE STEADY WORKERS 106 Court Street Swiss Embroidered Robes.

question was arrested on a chargeof this: "Who drinks only grape French Pattern Dresses.
trying to extort money from JohnP. juice, and does no wrong, will have They sell, rent and exchange prop- ORLANDO, FLORIDA Fabrics for Graduation Dresses.

y Stokes, who is running for con- peace and comfort his whole life erty every day. For results try the t-2I-lm
gress. It is a double crime to attempt long." Sentinel want ads. MMIIMMMMMMMIIMMBroken
r
to get money out of John P.

xa The New York o World is not un- 111111111111111111111111111111111111111'111111111111111111 I1I111111111111111111'i'

mindful of what is happening in Flor- Thermos BottlesBring MNSCUAPUUXI[ ,.:

ida, and prints the following along
with a cluster of Southern beauties: your broken Thermos and icy-hot bottles to us. We put In extra fillers and !

y "Next Wednesday is the day for the mats, same as new.McELROY'S.

South's annual beauty show, otherwise -
known as the annual reunion of PHARMACYPHONE The modern Beau t ji

i the United Confederate Veterans, to Brummel says to be
be held this year in Jacksonville, Fla. 20 correct jour headgear \ \f" i

The occasion has become a great so- MIMIiliMMIIIIMMIMMMMMMMIMIIIIIIIIIIIItMIIIIIMMHMIMMMMIAre must be ef the ,, .,
cial function, conducted by an organ- tapering kind. '

ization that has become largely social IN

in its character. This year the TE'q:.
"beauty show" bids fair to eclipse all

1 others preceding. The World in the "KNOX"H&0

last few weeks has printed portraitsof I \
some of the beauties who will par- /

s ticipate as sponsors for the different STRASk'S' t
states and divisions and as maids of

honor, chaperons and matrons. Herewith You Invitedto
YOU HAVE THE 1
is presented another bevy of LAST WORD IN
those who have been honored by their a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea STYLES. WE r K.x

compatriots and will disport them- gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure HAVE THEM. / row...
selves among the May blossoms of a
Florida spring." you will be interested in our display of the newest and

0 most artistic designs inCUT
General Dan Sickles is dead. He

was the relentless foe of the South GLASSThere Our Mail Order Department :
,unto his dying day. To be broad and

humanitarian is one thing; to be loyalto are so many edd pieces and attractive sets Is a great help to our out-of-town customers; makeuse
the principles for which the South of it whenever you can. Samples or information
fought is another. Southern peopleof here, tkat seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

the blood will never forgive the We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogs.

outrages committed upon the South more acceptable.T.H.Evans. WTe invite comparison of values.
by the vandals of the North. But we
are willing at this period for the dead i

past to bury its dead. Even in old

General Sickles we are able to find
principles to admire. He, was a brave .-

soldier and tenacious of the rights for DicksollIvosDEPARTMENTAL Co1
which he fought. These things are
subject for commendation. In mak-

ing this admission we do not approvehis

s stand, but honestly believe that
he fought for what he thought was j

right. This talk about conciliation the JewelerOPPOSITE STOREt
between the sections is tommyrot so ,
i< long as there is a survivor of the

; great war. The South endures now
as it endured then, because of its I POSTOFFICE
Ave. Cad
O1lle
gentility and superior humanity.The e n\
outrages and vandalism ] \
can never EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGR VlNGI

North bR. might co&c{ u'as c:!welt nor understand totgC e this.j'Th }}}}}} } : :1:}? llllJItrt}

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WADE. :! MMMIHIIIIHMM' I I i TiTiiiATR I ii MEETING OF THE WOMAN'SAUXILIARY Ii U r"n awe rJlCO \



THE TUNER 9 ROBINSON STARKEY, Managers g A particularly interesting meeting ,
.
ORLANDO, FLA. sI S. Grillm A of the Woman's Auxiliary Societywas n

a Open 9 a. m. to 1 10:30 P.M. 1 held at the Chapter House ad-

I Admission 5 cents o i joining St. Luke's Cathedral yester- I

day afternoon, Mrs. Massey, the di- LI LIAsk
Mr. W. W. Yothers is spending a DG GDG GDG GDa GD G rectress of the Cathedral branch, pre-

couple of days in DeLand on business. "Get It
BUYS AND SELLS TODA Y'S PROGRAM siding. lit t lIen's"

I .4 Mr. H. E. Longwell, who has been Rev. Mr. Remsen had the opening
"Lasca. 101 Bison two-reel fea-
i in Orlando since last fall, left last service and later gave a brief, inter-
REAL ESTATE ture drama, from the famous lyric
night for Elmira, N. Y. poem. Lasca, a story of a Spanishgirl esting address upon missions, speak-
.. ....
Miss May Belle O'Neal has returned who gives her life for her cow- ing under the three heads: the need, r" I

from Atlanta where she has boy lover, is familiar to nearly everyone. the victory, the support of missions.He .
Played in the cattle country of
south of Winter closed with a forceful illustrationof Your FriendsWhy
been attending grand opera. 600 acres Texas it brings up a retrospectivedream
of early days down on the Rio the so common practice of consid-
Hendricks and
Mr. and Mrs. L W. are Garden west of
I Grade when blood was red and life ering what others should or could do
on a visit to his father, Mr. J. T. from
they buy
high- usthey
Gotha, including 10 acre for missions instead of first takingthe
Hendricks, on North Main street. "And half my heart lies buried thereIn
Mrs. A. Whitman and Miss Mary orange grove. The en- Texas, down by the Rio Grande." matter to heart each for one's self will tell you, it is

"An Elephant on His Hands." A and diligently doing our own utmostto
Robinson left for Jackson- tire tract covered with
yesterday
Western with
dandy comedy, Ramona further this great work.
ville attend the Confederate re- and Eddie the famous BecauseWe
to yellow pine timber. Two fun Langley makers. Lyon, Mrs. Mann then gave a very delightful -
unoin.
miles of lake shore. Remember the coupons for the din- talk, chiefly upon the United

Mr. J. D. Price, Miss Stout, Miss ner setMISS Offering, as this meeting was the I have the goods, we have-

Montgomery, Messrs. H. A. Price and 423imHMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIiMM time for the semi-annual opening of [ the price and give D

D. B. and L B. Knox, were in Or- the United Offering boxes, in which you
LUCY HALL MILTON EN
lando yesterday from Ormond. each Auxiliary member is to save for prompt, courteous and pleasing
TERTAINSOne
Hon. B. M. Robinson and Dr. B. C. this special offering, the entire service.Come.

Abernethy are among the Orlandoites Mr. Bernard H. Vogel, of Mobile, amount being presented at the great
of the affairs of the
going to Jacksonville tonight to at- Ala., is in Orlando today, a guest at lovely triennial meeting of the Auxiliaryheld
week the rook at which
was party and See
tend the Confederate Veterans' reunion the San Juan. in connection with the General!
Miss Lucy Hall Milton was the hos-
;. Miss Virginia Southgate, who has Convention of the Episcopal church.
tess on Wednesday afternoon. The
Mr. George G. Ainslie, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Lee, Mrs. Mann told of the interest
in honor of charm-
party was given a
spent the winter here in the employ- left last night for her home in Washington ing bevy of visiting girls includingMiss shown in this offering in North Dakota Allen & Co.

ment of the government experimentalstation D. C. and of its steady increase there; ,
Ruth Thompson, of Orlando, and
left yesterday for his homeat I Mr. J. P. Holbrook left last night Misses Mary Plummer and Louise of her hope that southern Florida I

Nashville, Tenn. for Jacksonville to meet his sister, Holland of Virginia. The prize for would also largely increase this gift, JewelersPrompt

t Mr. A. L LaHatte, the traveling: Mrs. C. H. Tichenor, of Russellville, the occasion was a dainty piece of and explained how the whole offeringwas

representative for the Southern Print-I; Ky., and will accompany her to Or- lingerie and was won by Miss Georgia used for the training and supI Repairing tEvery'lhing
I of missionaries.A .
port women
ers' Supply House, lando. I Erwin. At a late hour delicious Guaranteed.
helpful from Mrs. Graywas
C., is spending today in Orlando call Mr. H. E. Hardy, the valued fore- cake, cream, candy and punch were message
given through a letter from her
ing on the trade. man of the Sentinel office, was calledto served.-Marianna Times-Courier.
to Deaconess Parkhill.
Mr. Ted Lyman has given up his St Cloud Saturday, on account of
After the business was concluded,
position with the Mayer Candy com the serious illness of his wife's mother. PEACE SOCIETY DELEGATEThe
the offering, amounting to nearly $33,
pany and left yesterday for Jackson He returned yesterday on the
was taken, then a pleasant social timeenjoyed
ville to take a traveling position with i belated A. C. L train. Orlando Peace society has appointed -
while and wafers
tea were
the American Tobacco I Frank Mrs. Mattie B. Davis as dele-
company.Mr. i Mr. Larson arrived yester- served by the Junior Daughters. 1 CDf"'III'I'I'IIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIII'II"
J. M. Hatcher, the popular day for a short visit to his parents, gate from here to the eighty-sixth =0==

traveling representative of the peas-I I Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. Larson, returningon annual meeting of the American FUNERAL OF MISS NEWELL

lee-Gaulbert company, Louisville the 12:31 train last night to Jacksonville Peace society, which is to convene in

manufacturers of paints, colors and where he holds 3 responsible Washington, D. C., on next Friday, The large number of friends at-

varnishes, is a guest at the San Juan.i I I position with the A. C. L. May 8th. tending the funeral of Miss Mildred [ J
I It is that President Wil- Do You Know
expected Newell afternoon at St.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hendricks are I I Messrs. George Duren and Henry on Sunday

at the Connor home on South Third|I Mathers have purchased the interests son will be present at some of the Luke's Cathedral, and the quantity of
I'I sessions of this convention. i
street for a few days' stay. Before'of Mr. Phil Hart in the White Star exquisite flowers sent, attested in
A FULL LINE OF SPICES AND EX-
WE HAVE
returning to Port Inglis, Mr. Hen- Market on Church street, near the some degree the sorrow felt and the

dricks will visit his father and sisterin A. C. L. passenger depot, and will "THE MIKADO" COMIC OPERA keen sympathy of many hearts for her TRACTS, ONION SALT, BLACK PEPPER, WHOLE

Orlando.-Ocala Star. continue to conduct it in an up to relatives in their grief. Her former
The Mendelssohn club closes the rector Rev. L A. assisted SAVOY CURRY POWDER RED PEPPER THYME,
Mrs. Alida Campbell and Mrs. G. date manner. Spencer, ,

W. Bailey and daughter Miss Mar- Mrs. Wm. Roxby and daughter season with the most popular comic Rev. Mr. Remsen in the simple, yet
opera of the day, "The Mikado," by burial service GINGER, WHITE PEPPER, MACE, ALLSPICE, CINA- I
jorie Bailey, who have been the guests, Miss Evelyn, who have been the beautifully impressive ,

of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Duckworth, on I guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Robinson Gilbert & Sullivan, at the Lucerne the vested choir and crucifer being in MON, SAGE, CLOVES, MUSTARD, MARJORAM.
theater, Friday night, May 15th.
South Lake street, left yesterday for left yesterday to visit a few days attendance.
their home at Evanston, Ill. I in Winter Park before going to the The club is quite up to date in giving Many of those present went on to WHITE ROSE EXTRACTS .
I this opera, as it is now very pop- the where the
cemetery, concludingpart
Mrs. C. 0. Fulton left today to visit mountains of North Carolina, where -
ular in the East. The well known
I of the service was held. PHOENIX BRAND ETRACTS
1 Mrs. Roxby has a for girls.
relatives in Georgia. She will also camp
actor DeWolf is
Hopper, appearingin
The friends chosen for pall bearerswere
B look after her plantation interests I Mr. W. T. Stockton, a prominent the leading role.
Dr. Hal Beardall and Messrs.
H while there. She will return in two young attorney of Jacksonville, arrived From the rehearsals will
now on Will Branch, Gus Hart, Dan Beidler,
H days to her home on Highland ave- in Orlando yesterday and is
be held each night, which gives prom-
Arthur Butt and Joe Guernsey.
THE SANITARY GROCERY
1 nue. spending today in this section! looking ise of a most finished performance.AT .

1 Messrs. T. N.,Butner, B. L Griffin after the political fences of his father -
The pretty residence of Mr. J. P.
H and A. W. Wilder, prominent citizens Hon. John N. C. Stockton, candi- THE GRAND Holbrook, on the corner of West and CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

H of Ocoee, were in Orlando yesterdayen date for United States senator.
at the Grand in
Appearing today
I : Anderson streets, attracts the eye of
route to Jacksonville, where they Rev. Thomas Chapman, of De- conjunction with the regular programof all passers-by since being repainted 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

will spend the week taking in the Funiak Springs, Fla., arrived here four reels and "The Steinway i
and otherwise beautified. The work
Comedy Four" is the third episode in
Confederate Veterans' reunion. last and will
in the
evening preach "The Perils of Pauline." This episode was done by Mr. W. T. Entrican, who
Mrs. C. M. Comings and Mr. Bert Unitarian church tonight. Mr. Chapman is the most thrilling of any so not only does first class work, but CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Hart left for their is the missionary superintendentfor far and depicts Pauline among the
yesterday sum-I I is a firm believer in printer's ink, as FUNERAL DESIGNS
roughest, toughest and wickedestcrew
the Universalist denomination in
mer home at Amityville, N. Y., tak- of swashbuckling pirates that will be attested by a glance at the

ing with them "Sport," their fine bull- Florida. The public is cordially in- ever sailed the seas. The interest is columns of the Sentinel. M. .II. .I..II.II'.IIIIIIIIIIIIII..I.I.IIIII'IIII... .

dog. Mr. Hart has a grove east of vited to attend this service. intense and the action rapid from .

town and will return early in the fall., Messrs. Sidney Ives, Jr., and Ma- start to finish. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY NOTICE
"The Steinway Four, with their 0
Mr. J. P. Williams, of the Orlando i rion B. Ives left yesterday for a ten delightful harmony and sparkling

Real Estate company, received a tele-, days' trip to Sarasota, where they comedy will be the real feature of I. LOST-April 20th, between Duke The annual meeting of the stockholders -

gram yesterday announcing the death I! will enjoy the excellent fishing and this unusually excellent program. Hall and Colored Town west, a of the Pierce Electric Company -
Inc.) will be held at the com-
(
Last night their efforts were rewarded small pillow case containing soiled
of his mother, Mrs. Isaac Williams, at bathing at that West Coast resort with round after round of applause linen. Suitable reward if returnedto pany's office, No. 9 West Church

Bridgeport, Conn. Mr. Williams immediately -II Mr. Marion Ives, who has not been that lasted long after the boys Duke Hall. 5-5-3t street, on May 6th, 1914, at 5 p. m.

left to attend the funeral. I enjoying his usual robust health, was had used much more than their allotted 4-30-2t-w-2t

,, advised take time. This quartette is a really
to a short respite from WANTED-Plain sewing and mend-
Miss, Mary Robinson, who is to be
wonderful aggregation and Orlando TRUCKERS, TAKE NOTICE
his arduous duties. ing. Children's clothes a specialtv
a sponsor at the Confederate reunion,I I music lovers are especially fortunatein Prices reasonable. Address Box X,,
left yesterday with her maid of hon- having this opportunity to hear care Sentinel. 5-5-6t Schnarr's No. 3 will kill and keep
Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., real music at popular prices. the Hessian flies and other sucking
Miss Jean
or, Person, for Jackson-
insects off the watermelons cantaloupes -
,
for prices on Cow Peas 4-29m Four other reels besides "The Per-
ville. Miss Mary D. Rowan, of the ils of Pauline," making six in all, will WANTED-Two furnished rooms for I tomatoes and potatoes. Guar-

Cathedral school, who is also a spon- Eat what want be shown, and a special program will light housekeeping" centrally lo- 'anteed to give satisfaction or money
you cated. Apply "G, Sentinel office. refunded. J. Schnarr & Co., manu-
be rendered
by an orchestra of five
sor, will leave this afternoon with Eat all you want. 5-5-3t
street,
pieces. facturers, rear 51 West Church
Mrs. R. P. Cobb for a several days'I Take a postscript and forget it. Orlando, Fla. 4-24-d&w-tf
For sale by an druggists.
stay in Jacksonville. I I M-dftw-lyr Read the advertisements daily. NEWSPAPER DONTS
Don't take your home paper. It i is Opening of Piano Studio April 15th.

the most active and powerful factorin For particulars address Mac Tall-
has stood man Care Grand Theater, or Phone
11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111"111111.1At Paint that
building town, and to
up your sup- No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m.

port it would involve you in the good the testA. 4.3-1m.


The work.Don't for it if take it. Harry Rollins has moved his barber
Lucerne pay you L. BECK LUMBER CO.
Today
from East Pine street to Boone
I Newspapers are run on wind, and the shop

I editor wouldn't keep the money any-I Kiln Dried Lumber and Building street, across frem Hammond &

> : way. He'd most likely pay it on his Material. Bunch company. 4-26-2w .


I I bills.Don't fail to tell the editor how to Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. We renovate, clean, repair and dye
-- rugs, carpets and portiers. Our work
"Atonement I run the paper. He has nothing to do guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Only

: but to listen and keep his temper expert in the state. Phone 195. No.

: sweet. 43 East Pine street.
reel WOOD, COAL AND ICE
a two
Majestic
: Don't put your name to what you jMMIMMMMMIItlMMU
want published. It's the editor's busi- Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal .

ness to espouse the many unpopularcauses Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf : Shoe Repairing
"Coming of the Padres," I and take your chestnuts out ;

of the fire. What hurts your busi- Buy your garden seed from DeLa- : by PARCEL POST |

a one reel American ness might also hurt his-but that's ney & Abemethy. Just received a
of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
j! different. big shipment I

Men's Half Soles, 750 to 850 < .
And two other good reels. Don't notify the editor when you SEED: SEED! SEED! Ladies Half Soles, 60c to 75c A
1 change your postoffice address. He
f Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Children's Half Soles, jOc to 750
j' may lose track of you and you will 313tfOSTEOPATHY
Abernethy, druggists. Hand Turned Soles, Jl.ooI
escape paying the last two or three
I Heels Repaired, 2c
years of your subscription.Don't .

; Admission First Floor: Adults 19 Cents. Children 5 Cents : the forget paper. to The write printers on both might sidesof >1 All Orders turned work without returned C. O. D.remittance in We 24 pay hours.re- ,

forget how to swear.-Greenville (0.) return postage.

Balcony 5 Cents : Advocate.Eat .
: DR. J. C .HOWELL

A. Hanson
I what you want. Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo

Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. Eat all you want. extra charge for house treatment I 19 East Pine Street
Take a postscript and forget it. Telephone connections I ORLANDO flORIDA ? f
For sale all
by durggists. ,
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-"HiiHiiirmitttttmttminiimiiii and Central Ares.
11.111 Orange
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APOPKA ITEMS I Iy word of sympathy to the major, their PEOPLE'S WANTS- IMIHMIIIMIiltlilMMIIIIIMiliiliitlll'Mmmill.

departure being his loss. ESSAY
MAY BEES-AN
Dr. L. A. Shattuck, of Leesburg, Judge J. Wheeler McGee and wife, .
By Claude L'Engle
was in town Friday, looking after his who have been spending the winterat MUNNLMAEERS ORLANDOASllINGTON A "

property. the home of their brother and sister -
Notices of Lost, Wanted, For Sale, Fer &.t't Get Stung-
q Report says there is good bathingin 0. F. McGee and Miss Ella McGee Rent etc. for this column 25c for one day _
60c for three days SLOG for May bees are good little in
,
Dream Lake now. The watre is on Fourth street, returned to or one week for
2$ words or less. Money must accompanythe sects
j warm and in fine condition. their home in Louisville, Ky.,Wednes- advertisements fer tins column as no DRAWING ROOM
insertions will be made on credit But they don't fly in JuneIn
f R. B. Phillips, of Orlando, was in day. The judge goes earlier than
the June primaryDontt
; town last Friday, looking after the usual on account of the illness of a FOR SALE SLEEPING CAR
waste time on May
New York Life Insurance Company'sfi nephew in Denver, Colo., to whom he An elegant modern home; four bed- '

business. expects to go in a few days. rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- bees.
tricity throughout fruit trees and Some other man may be all YIATLNT1CCOST
; \
{;' J. D. Jackson, of Orlando, repre- The baccalaureate sermon to the
flowers. 509 East
Central avenue. right for in Congress;
senting the Thomas Manufacturing graduating class of the Apopka high 2-15-tf. you

r Co., of Dayton, Ohio, was in town school will be preached by Dr. Holt, Some other man may be in ,
, i line with progressive De L 1 LINE[
z Friday.Mr. of Kissimmee, at the Presbyterian FOR SALE

.William Fry returned to his church, Sunday evening, May 3rd, at Nursery stock, one, two, three and mocracy.

! home in Morris, Mich., last Saturday.He 8 o'clock. Every one is most cordially four year old buds; Foster Early, Some other man may be
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- able to think for the people
has been at the Wayside Inn-for invited to be present, and thereby
Navel. Address firs.
ington
M. Kahle after election, OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
,0 some time. show their appreciation for this class,I Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
But be some other manwon't.
Misses Katherine Mitchell and who have struggled faithfully to this i may

t Laura Lewter went to Orlando last end. The house will be decorated in FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one .

evening to spend the week-end keeping with the occasion. Special acre in bearing orange grove; six And may be you'll get
Friday acres cleared; part of land suitable stung fooling with him. Tllesaay J all. Satui1ayFOR J
with Miss Jennie Baas. music has been prepared and every- lor gardening and trucking; located You know that Claude i I

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Curry, of Mor- thing will be in gala attire. All are half mile from city limits on public
road. Bargain. Address M. C. E, L'Engle is NOT a may be;
ris, Mich., who have been spending the welcome.
care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf You know that he..will
winter at Mrs. W. C. McCalls on Sixth i RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL Oft

Street, returned to their northern.. Bean, Cuke and Potato hampers 9 FOR SALE-New two-story, five- think and act for you, W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
Because he is in Can-
Dutton's Sanford
1-2 cents at F. F. house with bath. in now
Modern
home last Saturday. room
Fla 429m. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent Telephone 49.
Mr. and Mrs. Little of Cordele, Ga., every way. Just off Lucerne Circle. gress doing this very thing. ,
Good bargain to prompt buyer. When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.
were in town last week. They have POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR Owner, phone 466, city.
Y;; been visitng Mr. and Mrs. Sykes. 4-10-eod-lmo thing George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
Don't risk the best chance I
5 They returned to their home last Fri- REPRESENTATIVEI Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.IHIIMMtllHIIiilltiMliMUHtMII .
FOR SALE that ever happened.

' day.A hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county, subject for Representative to- Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week- Claude L'Engle has been .I8M1IIMIM .

, new concrete sidewalk has been the action of the Democratic. primary to be ly, no interest. time-tried and firetested -
put down in front of the lot owned held June 2nd. Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 ,
J. H. REESE. acres land, lake front. $1,250. in the fights for the i -
& Fuller
by High greatly improvingthe
12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- people's rights.He .
looks of the lot and their meat FOR REPRESENTATIVE lando.
$10
per acre. is the one sure thing
market. 6 lots and 3 house in
I hereby announce my candidacy for Rep. room Orlando. for in this race for f
} The amateur theatrical club held resentative from Orange county, subject ta $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. you ta
the action of the Democratic primary to be A. LEWTER. Congress in the Fourth DAILY BETWEEN
; its first rehearsal last Tuesday night he'4 June 2nd.
: 4-14-d&w-lm District.He .,
:' of the new play they will give in this S. S. GRIFFIN. BUFFALO Sj
is there for one term
town. The date and cast of characters FOR REPRESENTATIVE FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare IEVELANDgZ
Keep him there for another
bargain; recently completely over-
will be announced later.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for hauled and made good as new in ev- Vote for Claude L'Engle
;. A. A. Miller, of Valdosta, Ga., was Representative from Orange county for the ery part; guaranteed first class con- first.
in town visiting his sister Mrs. J. H. next session of the Florida Legislature, subject dition must be sold
I} to the Democratic primary to be held ; at once, even at Take a chance secondChadvvick's '
Smith. Mr. Miller was an old resi- June 2nd. sacrifice. Come, or address, White W-v 4WWfi.wS3S23aTHEGREAT
C. P. DICKINSON. Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
_
dent of Orange County and is widely '
4-23-tf
and! favorably known. FOR REPRESENTATIVE ft. : SHIP -SEEANDBEE

Yielding to whet appears to be the de- FOR SALE-Fine horse. Price and Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet 6 inches;510 ItattoroomB aDd parlor ecwuwdalinf 1300:; ..... .-
Gen. George W. Tibbitts has mov- sire of leading citizens in almost every pre- fm. Greater in cart--larger in all propOTtmw.ncber in all IppoiAImeDl6-dwa any aiawner oa
terms reasonable. Address Box 95
cinct of Orange county that one of the candidates I inland_ten of the world.; la atmca Jane 11th.Magn,6ceatSteamm .
ed his headquarters from St. Cloudto to be neminated for Representativein Orlando, Fla. 4-28-1w List
Special "
"SEEANDBEE, "Gty of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"
Apopka and will be a resident of the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe 1
from the country precincts, I hereby announce Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND Ma
ht to Dec.litIee.e
this town hereafter. Mr. Tibbittshas myself a candidate.A. FOR SALE-1914 'Ford touring car, of Properties for Sale and Rent Buffalo ':00 P.M. Let.CWlaaJ 900P.M.
with
B. NEWTON. equipped electric lights. A
purchased W. T. Wilson's residence AirmdmUiJ 7.30 A.Me Antic Buffalo 7JOA.il.
bargain. S. Pollack, Orlando. 5-3-3t (Eaters Standard Time) ICoeneedoo.arCLnLdfoetu.inB.7T.LedoDctras..d.npoatsVe.t.ad
t and will make his home here. MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -
SoathWftt.RaOrwwltickets
The 42 club met with Miss Mag- FOR QUICK SALE-80 acres at reading between Banal and OereUa .r. goad for transportation our atMncn.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate Sparling, 3 miles south of Lake- Lake Lucerne: Private boardingand A.k jour ticket agent Cur bcLoU ra C&B.Lux. Tnu.for handsome illustrated booklet free.
for re-election to the office of Member of
gie Shepherd last f Thursday night Beard of Public Instruction Orange County, land; hard road and railroad to Bar- roominghouse, 10 bedrooms, THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland, O.
l; Six couples were present. Among from District No. 3, subject to the coming tow; good citrus land. J. R. Boul- I

them were Misses Florida Newman, primary. Very respectfully ware, owner, Lakeland, Fla. seven private baths. Everything -
WJL EDWARDS.
Mattie Mae Williford, Matty Lovell, Zellwood. Fla. 5-l-3t complete, even silverwareand

Kathaline Mitchell, Laura Lewter also FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI AFTER JUNE 1st lady employee piano. This grand proposi-'

N Prof. Nixon, Talmadge Wiley, Dab- re-electi hereby aanounce to the myself office of as Supervisor a candidatefor of wishes to share her comfortable tion can be secured for six Up in the Cold NorthwestThe

ney Jackson, Martin Wall, Winn Mc- Registration for Orange County subject to apartment with a congenial lady.
the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd Close in. Reasonable. References months for $200.00, just a few

Call and Mr. Fry. 1914. exchanged. Address P. 0. Box 402. dollars more than a private largest sale of music and musical instruments -
FRANK H. WILLIAMS.
=' A. C. Starbird, general manager of 4-28-lw

L the Consumers' Lumber and Veneer FOR SHERIFF house; coolest location in the' is during the winter months. In
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor WANTED-To hire for month af Maya I
company, went to Crystal River on Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the gentle horse' ard high back low city; strictly no children. (N. B.) Florida
the largest trade is during the sum-
Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914.
;? business last Monday. He is
expected FRANK GORDON. phaeton buggy, for invalid's use; Also six-room cottage, furnished
home today. FOR SHERIFFI party owning to take care of same if You should children interested
mer. -
possible.' Apply 112 Grace street. complete; fine shade, close ini get your
Sam moved his
: Cunningham
grocery announce myself as a candidate for the 5-1-lw I
store from the S. W. Eldredge building office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, ready NOW, unfurnished, North' in learnihg music during the summer vaca-
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a '
by the Seaboard Air Line depotto native of Orange county. In asking the votes Orange, four blocks out. Ask
FOR RENT Guitars
of fellow citizens I pledge myself to dis- tion. We Violins Mandolins
the old office building Park my carry ,
post on charge the duties of the office without fearor Chadwick for these and other | 1
i Avenue, near the corner of Fourth favor to any man for the upholding of the FOR RENT
-Permanently unfur-
properties for sale Drums and all small musical and instruction
laws and the preservation of peace and good or rent. Good goods
nished, at South Lake and South
: street.
order in the county. I
The visitors at the News office this WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR streets, very nice lower flat; has five service at all times. books. :
rooms and bath and all modern con- 1
week were Sam Cunningham, H. M. COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION veniences. Address C. Goesswein, -

Holmes, Bishop F. J. Bryant (negro), DISTRICT NO. 3 Lake Davis. 4-16-tf I I Let us assist you in all musical. matte s.

S. W. Eldredge, General Geo. W. Tib- I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND 1
the office ef Member of the County
; bitts, Alfred Eldredge, S. W. Eld- Board of Public Instruction from School FOR RENT-Two office spaces in
redge, A. M. Starbird, and Prof. J. C. Board District Ns. 3. subject to the action our store at No. 0 W. Church street. BUSINESS EXCHANGE W. S. BRANCH,
of the Democratic primary. June 2nd 1914. Come in and we will show you. Pierce
:; Nixon, and Miss Margaret Zepp.A If elected I will give thoughtful attention to Electric Co. 3-29-tf 19 W. Church St. Phone 398. I

sample of oats, over four feet the faithful educational sen ice. interests of the county and The Arcade Book and Music Store

\\y long and containing nearly two hun- C. H. GALLOWAY.FOR TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- Open Evenings

dred kernels was-ttfought to The;) THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC ern houses. Daetwyler- -phone 563.

News office this week. It was raised INSTRUCTION DISTRICT XO. 2 4-26-tf t t .... .
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John Kittle myself candidate for t II & II .111 L.
by, at Piedmont, about I hereby announce as II 11111' 11 _-'VIT'S -'
the office of Member of the County Board of MISCELLANEOUS
four miles from here. Public Instruction from School Board District

Two of our estimable winter resi- No. 2, subject to the action of the Democratic .
primary June 2nd, 1914. If elected I will LOST-Black between
v dents, Dr. and Mrs. Mullen, departed and give due endeavor attention to be to the fair work to all of the the school office my home and pocketbook Branch's book store. : TIME TO TAKE UP THE HOUSE :

for their home in Ohio on Friday. interests of the county. Reward if returned to H. Benedict. .

They take with them our best wishes J. B. REDDITT. 5-3-2t



l for come B.-a F.on pleasant their Wilson return summer spent in,part the and fall.of a wel-last District I Commissioner am FOR 2.a candidate COUNTY If elected of for COMMISSIONER I Orange promise the office county to of serve County from the OPENED Florida all kinds.Meat AT Fish 14 Market and BRYAN oysters Fresh ST.-The in meatsof sea- :: f FURNISHING R I O QUESTION[ IN 111 R[ l lE.A..E


& week in Kissimmee on business and people here to the a number best of of my years.ability I having am qualified resided -- Belch son. Your proprietor.patronage solicited.5-3-1m S. I: t

had such a pleasant' reception that he to know the needs of the section and

is thinking of going there to live. the people. Respectfully. 'PROPERTY in the vicinity of New

t/ But he likes Apopka. "That's the A. C. STARBIRD York city, with residence, to ex- ,
TEST
Apopka Fla.FOR change for Orlando property on cash :
rub." Kissimmee is beautiful, but COMMISSIONER valuation. J. M., 307 West street, I
J hereby announce nyelf a candidate for
it is not Apopka. re-election as Commissioner from District No. Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w :

4 A fine piece of concrete sidewalk 3, Orange county, Florida, subject to the I Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
action ef the Democratic primary to be held Spray material, insecticides and :

: has been laid from Mr. Lind's storeto June :nd, 1914. J. L. DILLARD. fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, Sanford I delight; it is pleasure to select from them, and an added

the corner of fifth street on the Fla. Write for prices and lit- :
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI pleasure to find just what want at prices that
a South Side of Central avenue. W. L. hereby announce myself as a candidatefor erature. 4-29-lm. you are reasona-

County Commissioner. Orange County, ---STRAYED ble in of the word.
Pannell local and sense
cement
our con- District Four subject to the action of the every
crete worker did the job and has Democratic primary, June 2nd, 1914. I will
u greatly appreciate your support A dark bay mare, 10 years old, one IIIIIIIIIOIIII.IIII.I.lllllllltl.8..tllOl8.11.111111. . ... .
proved himself to be a first class Yours truly. v.ohite hind foot, white star in fore-

sidewalk worker. Let the good workgo Pine Castle. Fla. C. J. SWEET. head, will weigh about 900 pounds.If ; | CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

on. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI found notify or return to me and

3 Mrs. A. C. Smith has completed announce myself as a candidate for reelection -, get jeward. G. C. Schultz, Box 385, to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
to the office of County Commissioner !i Orlando, or southwest corner of city I ;
arrangements for a neat little cot- Orange County. District Five, subject I: limits. 5-2-3t

tage on Sixth Street, near Park ave to the decision of the Democratic primary, clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
June, 2nd 1914. ESTRAY PIGS
nue. The plans have been drawn Respectfully,
E. L. BROWNFt. Three estray pigs have taken up at ; | feature to you.Kincaid.
and accepted, and the funds depositedin Christmas, Fla. my place three miles south of Orlando. -

the State Bank of Apopka, to pay Color, red and black; markedslit 1..IIIIIII.IIIIIIIIO.IIIOIIIIIIllfll.CIIIIIIIIIIIIIDI11111 11't
A for the Contractor FOR TAX ASSESSORI in left ear and hole in right.
same. F. E. Zepp I hereby announce my candidacy fer the
has office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject Owner can have them by calling on
the job and will push the workas
to the action of the Democraitc primary the undersigned.J. .
fast as he can. called for Jane 2nd. 1914. If nominated and W. PACE, Odiorne Place.
elected I pledge you my faithful service.
J. R. Johnson, of the firm of John- ARTHUR BUTT. 5-l-3t

son Bros., of Orlando, general agents FOR COMMISSIONER We insure your life and loan you & SnowdenFurniture

for the Citizens' National Life insur- I hereby announce myself a candidate for money on real estate at 6 per cent
re-election as County Commissioner from interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
ance Comrny was in town Wednes-
,
District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to i Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
day. This is the company that paid the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your
support will be greatly appreciated. 3-25-d&wtf
Dr. Geiger's widow $2,500. He had M. 0. OVERSTREET.FOR .

t had the policy less than one year. First class Brazing a specialty atWarman's of Characterat
COUNTY TREASURER Repair Shop u Court St.
Our friends and winter neighbors, I hereby announce myself a candidate for 12-5-tf.
Mr. Steinmetz and Treasurer of Orange County subject to the
George daughters, Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. Prices.
Popular
r Misses Helen and Julia, of Wekiwa J. H. TUCKER. SEED! SEED! SEED! .......

Springs, returned to their home at FOR TAX COLLECTORI Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
hereby annonnce myself as a candidate Abernethy; druggiste. 3-13-tf
Norristown, Pa., on Thursday. We for reelection to the office of Tax Collector
Cor. and
Main Pine
Sts. Orlando
wish for this charming family a most of Orange County, subject to the Democratic : ; Florida : ;
to be held June 2nd 1914. If
primary reelected Buy yoar garden seed from Dela-
enjoyable summer, and an early return I pledge to you my faithful service

in the autumn. We extend, a as I have endeavored to give V. in E. the MAKn.M.past big ney shipment& Abernethy.of fresh Just seed.received 3-13-tf a f Hi\0f/ iMMIt'' \\ '+ *HMIMMMIMHMMMMMI 4IMMI IMMM > MMIIMIMIIM++. : I.: : : : :: : : : J ::*4,



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Stops Procession to Shake Hand of Owner leaves for the north

Newspaper Man From May 5th and has instructed : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
have a limited supply IRON AND BRABHAM
the States us to sacrifice the property.

COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming Located on Main street in :. AND SALT MEATS *
Chihuahua, Hex. May 2.-Reports
of evacuation of Saltillo are prema- quantity desired. Price sure right. ,high-class neigborhood. Lot : FISH AND GAME
feet. Nine large
ture, it is officially stated here. The i 77x225
Also have to offer in Bean Cuke and
quantity
rebels expect an important battle be- any 'rooms and bath, garage nnd : Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Potato hampers at 91.2 cents. We full servants house. The homeis I
fore the city is taken and for this carry constantly a
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
in motion from Monterey furnished and :
completely
purpose are now
line of crate material of all kinds.
and
and Torreon.A surrounded with beautiful 1 pure.

i review of the troops headed by I Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car shade trees. Owner has occupied I We invite insertion and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Carranza and Villa was held today .
: riers, etc., Phones 181191. the property and re everything in the Meat Line.
and The two leaders,
tonight. mem- I
I ceived an income of $100
per :
bers of the cabinet and the military
staffs and a number of lesser officials i IF. F. month from furnishod rooms I
took part in a love feast at the gubernatorial I IDuttonSANFORD for the past six: months. Reasonable .: The PARLOR MARKET

palace.As I terms if neeessary. :
the troops were passing the for-, : FLORIDA This is a fine location for a :
eign club, General Carranza espied an I : 4-29-lm. -' ) I rooming house.Cooper : H. M. Self & Co. .

American newspaper man among the I, I

spectators. He halted the procession, .11,1",1,1,1,1".1.. & Atha ; PINE STREET
while he turned aside to shake the I

foreigner's hand. The act was plainly Phone No. 80.1"'II.I.I..III.IIIII.III.II.IIII.lel.I.I.
114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor :
intended to make evident to Mex-
ican onlookers that the official attitude Phone No. 311 .....,

toward Americans is friendly.In 0- ____ ____ __ ____ __
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stration means death to the offender. .
When Carranza leaves here it is For Sale ; [ Will Put the Reinsof I

understood the rebel capital moves

with him, first to Torreon and then -- ..
Success Your
with little delay to Monterey. From in
Modern 8-room
Just arrived load :
the latter city he will direct the cam- car

paigns against Tampico and Saltillo FORDS for immediate I i House 2 doors : HandsHow
and after that against San Luis Po-

tosi, Zacatecas and Aguas Calientes.The delivery.Get : : west of Wyoming -

rebel-American phase of the j j Hotel. Bar- ? By furnishing you with
occupation of Vera Cruz, which for al I
yours nowF. & perfect Ffltfilis t140 Le t time after the issuance of Carranza's ill

rote iv SerTelarp})q31'1 looked grave, G. RUSH, g tive call on you. He will give you a
is considered closed. General Car-
ranza assumes that the Americanswill Phone 226 formula that will make and mature
A. L.
leave Mexican soil at once upon Bentley, fruit.
the of the revolu- your
complete triumph
tionists. r \ 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE

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Ocoee, Fl .., May She Orwe uUlllll rn r
high school closed a very successfulterm I pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy .
Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato x
Friday night Prof. Wilder has plants. P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Cas- \ ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
especially distinguished himself as a tle, Fla. 4-2MOt

good disciplinarian, and with the assistance "Mi.." miMlteitllUMMHiiMHIIHIHMiltlSentinel
of Miss Lenoria Arnette and Who.is your painter and decorator? -------- --- --- -- -, --- --,- -- '
Miss Katherine Dickson, all have kept If you are satisfied keep the one you want advertising The Sentinel alA
serves is the newsiest I
I have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
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the school to the highest standard of N I. 636. 1-20-tf the seeker and the offerer equally. test printed daily in Central Florida
perfection. The closing exercises I

were enjoyed by a well filled house '.... ,... ... .. ,. ,.. ,.iMIIIIIIIMillllliiilMMMimmittlltlW. .
and the parts were all well done. Asa To the West and NorthwestVIA

representative of the school board,

and patron of Ocoee school, I thinkI -
can extend the sincere thanks and

appreciation to these teachers for the DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND M. SLEMONSNew

good work they have done.-C. E. .
Bartlett, secretary of trustees, Ocoee SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

high school

Wm. P. Blakely, Ocoee's general
Dixie Dixie
merchant, is making extensive repairs Limited. Flyer SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Goods
in his store. He hopes to please .. Orlando A. C. L.......12Jlam 3Upm I v Orlando ...................... I:11 pm Arriving DailyWe
r Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6U5am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pmT
the public with a new postoffice and I Ia T J Jacksonville A. C. L... ':U am 8:%6 pmT Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
Waycross A. C. L......11:50am 10:25 pmr v Waycross A. C. L. ............10:29pm
rearrangement of his goods and Macon G. S. A F....... CUpm 4:15am r M.eon. G. S. A F. .............. 3:46am
store.A r Atlanta. C. of Ga...... 8:03 pm 735am r Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 7Uaar
Knoxville. L & N. ............
party of fourteen left Ocoee this r Chattanooga W. &; A..12:11 am 11:5hm r Cerbin L ft; N. ...............12lSpm. 3:16
morning for few days and fish r Nashville N. C. A; St L 4 SO am 4:30 pm r Louisville LAN.. .............. 9:00pm pm I
a camp r Indianapolis.. L ............
Ar St. Louis. LC.AL.AN. %:50 pm 'I:28 am l:50am
at Clay Springs. Fishing is expectedto Ar Lexington L. A. N. ............ 8:50 sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. S'etson & Co.
be good, and it is quite probable Ar Hopkinsville, L A N........... 6:21 pm Ar Cincinanti. L. & N. ............. 8:50 pm pm
e that the depot agent will be able to;Ar EvansviHe L A; N..... 928am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo, G. R A L ..........12:0 pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Ar Terrt Haute. C. A E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids. G. R. A; L ....... 2:45pm
supply all large orders after Ar Chicago C. &. E. L..... 1:50 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7:15am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and ToweL
day the 5th. Tues-I'
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The orange crop of 'I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
Solid train composed of section drawing
Ocoee has all reached the market and loom sleeping cars, observation compartment Solid train composed of electric lighted
very satisfactory prices are reported.The lean and dining car between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
Chicago, and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
outlook for the coming year is a ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. '
Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis;
full crop. Irish potatoes, cukes, tomatoes DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
squash, etc., are being Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between 'w.
artment observation sleepers, and electlie
shipped freely and very good prices! igbted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays M.:
W. SLEMONS
reported.A I lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each.-eek. Dining car
errs meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati

ferry line is to be established FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON URANGE AVENUE
between :Miami and Miami Beach,\ W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE Depot Ticket Agent I

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interesting little story came out __ _-- + U --
Y yesterday when Mr. J. H. Bear, of

t ,.. '' Winter Park, and Mr. J. Frank Hei-
ECK zer, of Beuna Vista, Va., met and be- 1
\ti the reminiscences of 1 1JTT
gan to rehearse
.
half a century. They were comradesin
S arms, both having enlisted in the

fourth artillery from Virginia. They -.'.':.,::.-.
served through the war side by side,
and hadn't seen each other since. Mr.
Heizer spent the winter at Clearwater -
THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO
and made it a part of his tripto rT
stop by to see his old friend, Mr. ,
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Bear.> They were together yesterday : :
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and last night they went to the reunion '. ;' .
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in Jacksonville. Needless to I

say it was a happy occasion for both
PERHAPS YOU HAVE PAID TWICE
of them. j

Perhaps you have known the bitterness of THAT FLAG
CONTRIBUTIONS TO ORLANDO-

paying a bill the second time. INDIAN RIVER HIGHWAY ,: *: stands for the protection of life
Previously acknowledged ____$ 90.00J.
; With a checking account at this Bank you C. Patterson _____________ 10.00H. and property of American Citizens .

; are sure of having receipts that the Courts of the L Beeman ______________ 10.00 everywhere!

United States recognize as valid.If Total ______ $110.00 and
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you want to hear how this "double payment The committee to receive subscrip- : rIllIvl the same Government protects
tions is composed of Messrs. J. H.
' protection" is arranged, call at the bank at your Reese, Charles Lord and C. D. Christ, their finances when entrusted to

sf first convenience. We will explain fully. any of whom will receipt for such. ,- tJIl r to this "National" Sank, which is

: under Government supervision .
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NEW ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR '
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BEGINS HIS DUTIES .; ..'
Mr. Charles Franklin the newly '. .... ",
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pany with Mr. Jack Orr South, repre- {....... ..,...:' '..'..., ". ...,.r:':
sentative of the Southeastern Under-
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writers, have been going over the city ; '. .:. !.:
for the past few days making a gen- ':..:.. i >. .: ...: };:
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: eral inspection of the wiring and con-

SUNDAY SERVICES AT FIRST CONTRACTOR DYKES FINISHING nections. ., .. . .. .. .. ..
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WORK TURNER EVANS'HOME
BAPTIST CHURCH

Contractor D. J. Dykes is finishingthe GAVE. Harry BOND DeLaney YESTERDAYMr. who has been .0: ; ['

x Although the congregation showed work of the home of confined in the county jail for some mmm Do.
remodeling .;" ,. ', ,' ,>-' Vi. *., *Jl.J. Z/r.
the effect of the summer season some t. > .. -' .
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Evans, corner days, charged with embezzlement, ... :r. :
' what yesterday, of our visiting
many of Pine and West strets. The im- succeeded in giving the necessary

. friends having returned to their provements will make this one of the bond yesterday afternoon and was .,':\:..... :. f';:,: : :..:: j.: '-:':,:. .'. .::::. ... ...... .. . ..'
r, homes elsewhere, Dr. Poulson deliv- most attractive residences in Orlando. given his freedom pending his trial, : C : :\ ; o/':' : .:.' .: '. ': -):.'<:..:r/ :: :
ered two powerful sermons, especially A veranda with colonial columns is I which is expected to come up sometime r
' at the evening service when he took
l this month.
being added, hard wood floors put
i the Sinner An- MORE REFUGEES ARRIVE CANDIDATES BEGIN TO FILE in Orlando Have Not
as a subject, "Giving down, a sleeping porch built on anda Mr. DeLaney and his wife are now Only Sixty-six
other Chance." He emphasized the furnace installed. When Contractor in the city and have apartments at New York, May 4.-The Ward EXPENSE STATEMENTS I Paid Poll Tax
longsuffering of the Church of Christ. the Empire hotel. liner Guatanamo arrived today from I I
Dykes finishes his work here he Complying with the law a numberof I Only sixty-six registered voters in
toward fallen humanity, showing how, and Havana with
Vera Cruz
will Tampico candidates have filed their
; begin on a contract for remodel- expense Orlando have failed to pay their poll
i no matter how many times we fall or ing the home of Mr. and Mrs. John WITH LATEST TYPE FACES AND twenty refugees from Mexico, eigh- statements with Clerk B. M. Robinson. I tax. This is a fine showing, and it is
how far away we drift into sin, the SKILLED WORKMENthis teen from Tampico and two from .
Abberger Church and DeLaney. Those who have complied with I probable that by Saturday every one
: Church of Christ was always ready to ----- I office is prepared to do the finest Vera Cruz. Most of them are women the law in this respect are Messrs.A. of the delinquents will have paid his
give us another chance. fund, each one giving as many pennies -I of job printing of every description.! and children. B. Newton, candidate for repre- I tax. If all the rest of the county
The Sunday school was exception- as his or her mother is )'ears'' We are proud of the work we do,! The Guatanamo was at Vera Cruz sentative; Frank Gordon, candidatefor will do as well the showing will be
:, ally good and the superintendent, Mr. old. In addition to this increasingthe and we are always willing to put on during the recent fighting. About sheriff; Arthur Butt, candidatefor II most creditable.
Samuel A. Newell, together with the organ fund it will so connect the that extra few minutes which will sixty bullets passed through the chart tax assessor, and Wilber Tilden,
teachers, are planning to have a memory of "mother" with the instru- give your work that touch of individ- house and other structures, but none candidate for solicitor of the criminal SPRING TIME IS CLEANING TIME
great "Mothers' Day" Sunday school ment as to render its music always a uality and distinctiveness without of the ship's company was injured. court. ; We renovate, clean, repair and dye ,
next Sunday, instituting an unique reminder of that sweet name. which publicity matter loses the I I rugs, carpets, and portiers. Our work
plan of having each one make a moth- I greater part of its value. And our Sentinel want ads. are money get I I If your paper is not delivered guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Only
er's birthday offering to the Read Sentinel want ads. prices are no higher. Phone 24. I them. expert in the state. Phone 195. J.
organ ters. Try promptly, don't fail to notify the office |I Baylarian, No. 45 East Pine street.

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Gun Metal, Tan, Nu Buck, Canvas, in Pumps and Oxfords


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SHADESThey


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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, 11 Those contemplating a trip to the bathing beach should select a bathing suit from our new line--just in. All sizes '

Styles and Prices



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