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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 6, 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 SENTINEL ;




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

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

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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1914. NUMBER 7'3.

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PAY THEM WHITE HOUSE
THE SHOOTING; SEEMSTO THE ACTION BE

BE INSANE ftECTION[ INSPECTORS r[ r f FOR mN[ 2 RESCINDEDORANGE

DRASTIC ACTION 5 BROUGHT ABOUT BIJVD[ [ [ THAT CRISIS IS HOI T DISTANT
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DOS[ NOT KNOW WHY HE DID IT O b[ AVENUE MEN SIGN APPEAL
TEACHERS HOLD MEETING AND SAID THAT FUNSTON AND BADGER -
NIAGARA fAllS CHOSEN I IFOR COMMITTEE INVITES THEM
DISCUSS QUESTION AND WILL 'I ADVISED THE IMMEDIATE
TO COME TO ORLANDOFOR
CHESTER DURYEA SAYS HIS COMPLAINT MADE THAT LIMIT
MEET AGAIN TODAY TO REACH PRESSING ON TO MEXICO CITY
FATHER WAS HIS DEAREST THAT PURPOSE OF THIRTY MINUTES FOR
DECISION AS TO WHAT THEY CONFERENCES E EI UPON THE OCCUPATION OF
FRIEND AND COULD TELL CARS TO BE PARKED ON....
SHALL DOFollowing VERA CRUZWashington
REASON FOR CRIMEIF I AVENUE DRIVES __
ALIVE WILL MAKE IT AN All DAY AFFAIR TRADE AWAY
the refusal of Dr. J. F. FUTURE DELIBERATIONSWILL I i May 5.-(Special.)-,

McKinnon, superintendent of public BE CONDUCTED AT !. War or peace with Mexico tonight
New York, May 5.-In a cell in a instruction, to sign the salary war- DINNER WILL BE SERVED AND admittedly hangs by a slender thread. The city council yesterday after-

Brooklyn police station, Chester Dur- rants of the teachers in the grammar THIS POINT TO GETAWAY I INTRICATE FEATURES OF THE Gen. Funston, from Vera Cruz, reported noon received a proverbial load of

yea, who early this morning fired school and primary departments of FROM POSSIBLE LAW WILL BE GONE INTO AND to the war department thatan poles in the shape of a petition from
seven bullets into the body of his the Orlando public schools, and the increasingly large number of fed- the merchants of Orange avenue ask
INFLUENCE AT
MADE CLEAR TO ALL THOSE
father, Gen. Hiram Duryea, million- statement from the county treasurer, eral troops under Gen. Maas is being ing that the thirty minute limit for
aire starch manufacturer, killing him Mr. J. H. Tucker, that he would refuse WASHINGTON PRESENT massed between Vera Cruz and Mex- parking cars on the avenue be re-
instantly, talked incoherently of the to cash warrants that were not ico City. scinded.

events leading up to the shooting and countersigned by the superintendent, Washington, May 5.-(Special.)- Because of the general lack of un- Administration officials here frank- The complaint has been made on
gave evidences of being stark mad. the school board yesterday adopted a Secretary Bryan tonight announcedthat derstanding of the new primary law ly fear an attack upon Vera Cruz. the streets for some time that this
While talking he dug his fingernailsinto resolution to close those departmentsof the county Dmocratic executive com- Should such an attack be made, Fun- provision of the new traffic ordinance
the palms of his hands until they the public schools in this city. Niagara Falls, N. Y., had been mittee will invite the elections inspectors ston will be ordered to make an Im- operated to the detriment of the Orange -

bled. He said he shot his father The final hitch came about throughthe chosen as the city where the media- to spend a day in Orlandoas mediate advance, backed by marines avenue merchants.

when he received a "spiritual message rendering of a decision by the tion conference will be held. the committee's guests to study and bluejackets. With only thirty minutes allowed

from George Washington." Ina supreme court in a case carried up The conference will begin May 18. those features which are not under- President Wilson and Secretary in which a car may be parked on this

saner tone he added: I from Marion county involving the The mediators are in conferencehere stood. Saturday, May 23, has been Bryan held a two hours' conference street customers who come in from
"I was the best friend my father same question which has been in con- set as the day.Chairman today on the Mexican situation. At the country are hurried and uneasy,
had. I loved him dearly. If he were troversy between the superintendentand tonightTonight Seth Woodruff has been its close Secretary Bryan averred say the merchants, with the result
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here now he could explain the whole the school board here. The case I I considering the matter for some time, that the situation was- still- "hopeful." that they do not finish their trading

matter. I really don't know why I has been many times recited in the and yesterday when the county com- The plans of the general army staff, before they are compelled to go back
shot him. I had made up my mind columns of the Sentinel, and is famil- CONGRESSIONAL[ ,CANDIDATES[ TO missioners named the inspectors to calling for the immediate dispatch of and move their cars, or park them on

before shooting father that as soon as iar to its readers. Superintendent serve in the election of June 2, he 11,000 coast artillery and organized the side streets, in which event they
SPEAK S [ ATOIERA[ H HOUSE
he was dead I would turn the auto- McKinnon took the stand when he concluded to issue the call for the infantry to Vera Cruz are in the pres- trade on the side streets, if they can

matic pistol upon myself and end my was called upon to sign salary war- meeting. ident's hands. find what they want there.

own life. I fully intended doing that rants after the teachers had served Chairman 's idea is one Admiral Badger has notified the This in brief is the case againstthe
Will Be the Time of the
while I was firing at my father Af- the first month of the present school that will probably be approved gen- navy department that the delay in new ordinance. The councilmengave

ter it was over, though, an impulsecame year October last, that the teachers Great Forensic Exhibitionin 'erally, for it will afford a day of pushing the American outposts to some discussion to the subject,

over me and I decided not to of the grammar and primary grades Orlando recreation from the usual routine as Mexico City has cost a thousand and Councilman Johnson moved that

kill myself. I wish I had carried out had not worked five hours a day, as well as one of profit and instruction. American lives. action be postponed until next Tues-

my original intention." required by law. Supt. McKinnonhad Tonight at the Orlando opera I Dinner will be served, probably at Barbed wire obstructions and mines day, at which time any persons who

Before his arraignment in court opposed the double daily sessionsin house, promptly at 8 o'clock, the can- the San Juan, for the election crew have been placed across the line of wish to appear against the proposed

Duryea became violent and beat on the school, and he claimed that it didates for congress from this district -: and the committeemen, and when the march by federals under Maas. Both repeal will be heard.
the doors of his cell with bare was impossible for the teachers to will appear before an audience day is concluded the Bryan primarylaw Funston and Badger are said to have The petition in question was signedby

knuckles. teach the full five hours a day when which will undoubtedly be both large will have been elucidated so that urged the immediate occupation of practically every business houseon
Hiram Duryea was killed early today the entire time consumed in the and representative. babes and sucklings can understand the Mexican capital and the dispatchof Orange avenue between Church
at his home in the Bay Ridge double daily session was only eight There will be five speakers. Four it. more troops to Vera Cruz. and Central avenue. The petition fol-

section of Brooklyn, by his son, Ches- hours, and two sets of teachers were of the candidates, Messrs. St. Elmo Chairman Woodruff's plan for Tension and uneasiness in Wash- lows:

ter Duryea, aged forty-three. Seven employed.The W. Acosta, W. H. Malone, W. J. straightening out the hazy points of ington have been increased by a dis- May 5, 1914.

shots were fired by the son into his county treasurer refused to Sears and Albert M. Williamson will the law is one that will probably be patch from Mayo, at Tampico, saying being We, affected the undersigned by the thirty business minute men, .

father's body. pay the warrants without the super- appear in their own proper persons, followed in other counties when it be- that general hostilities have been resumed i limit, Section 5, of the new traffic-
The killing occurred on the porchof intendent's signature and mandamus I and Congressman Claude L'Engle will comes known. The method of tally- with frequent firing in the i ordinance, do hereby petition the Hon-
the Duryea home where father and proceedings were brought againstthe i appear by the proxy of Mr. G. J. ing the first and second choice votesis streets. A stubborn resistance of an orable Commissioners to rescind this

son were in the habit of sleeping. treasurer and the court ordered Strozier, of Winter Garden. probably the most puzzling feature, American attack on that point is pre- section Signed of: said ordinance.

About 1 o'clock this morning Chester him to cash the warrants as drawn, The speaking will begin promptlyon and it is desired that there shall be dicted. W. H. Brokaw. J. N. McElroy.
Duryea slipped from his cot into the with the signature of the board chair- the hour, for with the number of perfect understanding on this point W. M. Slemons. J. G. McCrory Co.
house and secured an automatic pistol man only on them. Six months of speakers to appear it will be a rather prior to the primary. J. N. Bradshaw. N. J. Merck.A. .

and a magazine rifle. Standing near i the school year have passed and the lengthy meeting, though it is not ex- Supervisor of Registration FrankH. MYSTERY T[ Y SURROUNDS N ACCIDENT[ Josiah. P. Curry.Fejjis. E.N. G.P. Yowell.Duckworth.S. .

his sleeping father he first fired from : warrants have been cashed by the pected that any speaker will extend Williams, who has spent mornings, E. Ives. F. T. Scruggs.M. .
th" rifle and then emptied the re- treasurer under this order of the his remarks for any considerable noons and nights studying the law, 10 STEAMER COLOMBIAN B. Ives. H. H. Dickson.H. .

elver. court, but the supreme court decision, length of time. In fact, a time keeper will probably act in the capacity of .. N. Dickson. H. Kanner.S. .
Y. Way. T. 0. Brown.
Servants told the police that Ches- above referred to, has upset the or- will be appointed to call the speakers instructor general. If anybody else Geo. E. Dolan. Wilber L Tilden.F. .
ter had been acting strangely. Five der of the court in effect, though the down if they exceed the limit can cast any gleam along the way he Thirteen Members of the Crew Picked J. Watkins. J. Brodwater.C. .

years ago he showed signs of mental case was not taken up from this agreed upon, which will probably be will be asked to stand forth and deliver Up by Cunard Liner Many W. Howe. F. N. Boardman. U\
I E. W. Butt. J. 0. Lucius.
trouble. county. To be on the safe side Treas- not more than twenty minutes each.It himself, regardless of conse-
& Atha. McEwen
Hours After Wreck Cooper Taylor.
Chester Duryea was admitted to urer Tucker says he will not cash the is hoped that Orlando will do quences. There is to be nothing Mayer Candy Co. Feinberg & Gore.E. .
practice law and had intended to take warrants for the remaining two the speakers the courtesy to turn out formal about the meeting. It bids R. Bliss. Jas. L. Giles. .
up the legal business of the starch months, and Supt. McKinnon refusesto in force and give them a hearing. fair to be a get-together meeting full Halifax, N. S.,, May 5.-(Special) Wright Bros. W. U. Tel. Co.
-Forty hours after an explosion and Ben Salomon. T. H. Evans.C. .
of which his father was
company sign them though the trustees of of good fellowship.
I H. Topliff. Curtis & O'Neal.
fire drove them to lifeboats, thirteen
head. Domestic troubles that culmi- the Orlando school district pleaded COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HELD t The official call for the meeting, W. R. O'Neal. C. Kennison.
nated in his being divorced from his with the superintendent to affix his BUSY SESSION YESTERDAYThe signed by Chairman Woodruff and members of the crew of the Leyland ?. J. Sligh. L. L Payne.
wife in 1903 discouraged him in this liner Columbian were rescued by the DeLaney & Abernethy.John .
signature, even if he did it under pro- i Secretary Josiah Ferris, appears elsewhere -
Cunarder Franconia late this after- F. Empie, Grocery.
ambition. test, so that the school teachers might county commissioners held a : in this issue of the Sentinel. Misses Hamilton & Dunn.
about 530 miles off Halifax.All .
noon
Although servants said that there receive their money and the schoolsbe busy session yesterday, appointing Allen & Co., Jewelers.E. .
had been no quarrel between General allowed to continue. the election inspectors for the primary BASEBALL RESULTS were terribly exhausted from C. Moore, Postal Telegraph Co.:
Duryea and his son before they retired Supt. McKinnon was obdurate, of June 2, whose names appear : their frightful experience. From the C. F. Scull, Salesman. ......

for the night an overturned table however, holding that he was justi- elsewhere in this paper, and attend- National LagueBostonPhiladelphia latest advices at least one more boat
with nineteen men, is still missingand CLARK LEAVES WASHINGTONTO .
a broken screen and books scat- fied in his course and that it would be ing to a lot of routine business. The ; rain.
tered about the floor of the the Franconia is continuing the ADDRESS VETERANS ,
keeping
.i sacrificing a principle to yield to the' commissioners ordered the purchaseof New York-Brooklyn; rain.
porch led the police to believe thata demand to sign the warrants when he a traction engine and six wagons Cincinnati-Pitts burg; wet grounds. search for it tonight. Washington, May 5.-For the pur-

struggle had preceded the killing. believed that he was right in refusingto .to be used in the road work soon to St. Louis 1, Chicago 8. There is some mystery as to the pose of attending the United Confed-
remainder of the crew, for one of the
When Duryea was arraigned this sign. The local trustees held a session begin, and also ordered the erection American League erate Veterans' reunion in Jacksonville i
afternoon he appeared more rational. with the superintendent Monday of a corrugated iron building to shel- Washington 6, New York 0. messages received here accounted for this week and to take part in '

i He said he had no attorney but want- I evening, prior to the meeting of the ter the rattler to be used in testingthe Cleveland 4, Detroit 2. Captain MacDonald, third and fourth the program arranged, Frank Clark,
ed one so the examination was post- officers, and engineers, and eight or of the Second Florida
congressional
board yesetrday, when an attemptwas brick for the roads. The board Philadelphia-Boston; rain.
poned until Thursday morning. made to adjust matters. Receiv- adjourned to meet again Monday, Federal League ten more members of the Columbian'screw district, left here last night for flor-

L. G. Duryea, his cousin, said that ing his final refusal the trustees left March 11, when bids for the road St. Louis 6, Baltimore 8. Sunday night. ida. Mr. Clark is scheduled to deliveran
the Duryea family had believed for' the superintendent, and the climax work will be opened. Mr. A. C. Star- Kansas City 3, Pittsburg 2. The explosion completely wreckedthe address on the opening day of the
some time that Chester was mentally' was reached yesterday when there bird, of Apopka, served his first timeas Indianapolis-Brooklyn; wet grounds. ship and set her so completelyafire reunion. It was his intention to return
she
that abandoned
unbalanced. Chester's mental condi- was a joint meeting of the trustees a member of the board yesterday, Chicago 2, Buffalo 5. was very to Washington immediately after
tion, said the cousin, was due to over- and the school board with the super- having received his appointment from Southern League shortly afterwards. the reunion, but it is probable that he
study. For two years, he said, the I will return to his district in the interest
intendent present, when the questionwas Governor Park Trammell to serve the Nashville 9, Memphis 2. -
CITY REDUCES POLICE
prisoner had been constantly engagedin again discussed in all of its de unexpired term of Mr. S. W. Eld- Montgomery 3, Mobile 0. FORCEBY of his candidacy, and remain
DROPPING ONE MAN
the study of a formula by which tails. Finding that it was impossibleto redge, who was recently appointed Chattanooga 5, Atlanta 2. until after the primary. Just priorto
he believed the process of the manu- The city council has made a reduc- his departure from it
move the superintendent C. E. postmaster at Apopka. Mr. Starbirdis Birmingham 9, New Orleans 2. Washington
facture of starch could be revolutionized. tion in the police force for the sum- was learned that he would have
Howard, president of the board of a candidate for the position, and South Atlantic: League more
trustees, presented for the consideration has no opposition. He is one of the Columbus 1-0, Charleston 01. mer, by dropping one man. The axe opposition than supposed, Hon. Dan- j
Lunacy Commission Will Probably Be of the board the following reso- foremost citizens of Apopka, and the Savannah 9, Macon 2. fell upon the official neck of Patrol- nitte H. Mays, formerly conogressman J

AppointedNew lution, which was adopted: county is fortunate in being able to Albany 6, Colombia 3. man Paul Carlton, and he was let from the Third district of Florida
York, May .-(Special)- out The force will probably be increased having announced his
The Orlando special tax school command his distinguished services. Jacksonville 7, Augusta 5. candidacy
Chester Duryea, forty-three years old, trustees hereby recommend to the Mrs. Starbird accompanied him to Orlando again in the fall Saturday. .
who shot his aged father, General county board of public instructionthat yesterday, and they remained I' Keep in mind those 50 cent books. J
Hiram Duryea, to death in a fit of inasmuch as the county superin- THE WEATHER The National Bank of
tendent of schools acting as secretary in town until after supper, stoppingat Many new issues, including "The Commerce t
mania early this morning at Bay for the county board refuses to counI the Orland hotel and motoring out Harvester." Curtis & O'Neal,. next Florida: Generally fair Wednes will open for business in Pensacola ,
1 (Continued on page 4) I (Continued on page 4) in the evening. postoff ice. day and Thursday. the latter part of this week. ;




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Estate, Furniture and Fixtures .. .$ 26,437.37 ;
TM Loans and Discounts . .. ,.. . . 378,166.14 .
DeLaney & Abernethy Overdrafts .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1,225.23
Stocks and Bonds . .. .. ... . . 26,018.33
Cash on Hand and due from Banks .. .. 473,059.02

} Next Door tOe Store. Orlando, Florida. $901,906.09

LIABILITIES

Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

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THIS SUMMER Deposits . .. . . ... ... .. 770,793.72Due

Special SaleOF to Banks and Bankers . .. .. .. .. 2,832.59
Will Work There on Hot Days Until
Troubles With Mexico $904,906.09

t' Are Settled
Deposits March 4, 1914 . ... .. .'. .. .$649,484.91
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S Washington, May 4.-A tent hast Deposits. April 11th, 1914 .. .. ... ... 770,793.72
been put up for President Wilson in
the flower garden just south of the Increase in 37 days .. .. ... ... ... .. 121,308,81
Gas
White House-the first arrangementof RangesRealizing Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 .521,167.38

that kind in the history of the gov- Deposits April 11th, 1914 . .. ... . 770,793.72
j ernment-and here, under canvas, the
{ chief executive of the nation is pre- Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
paring to camp through the summer
days until he gets Mexico and con- Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
gress off his hands. t The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
Owing td the Potomac mosquitos Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
4 the president will sleep in the White that now is the best time to put in a Gas friends and customers for making such a statement pos-

House at night, using the tent for a Range, so as to get the benefit of it during the hot weather I sible.
business office in the day time. In ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
the tent are electric lights, call but- we are offering our entire stock of Ranges at a great
tons and the needed furniture. The reduction : :::::::':',:" ::::::::::: ::: : :::::: :::!: ::SwfWffffffffWmTo HilllMIHMMMMMIH
during the next two weeks.
tent wJl not be large enough for cab-
s inet meetings, but will provide ac- Our proposition is this:
commodations for four or five persons THE WESTVIA _. -U
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If already have service pipes in house
': should the president desire a restricted you your we r
number of officials for a con- will give you
} ference. I Hammond & Gore
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Cornish, N. H., for the summer. I I 20 per cent off Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pmAr J FUNERAL
Mr. Wilson's medical advisers have' Jacksonville ________ 1- 7:30 pm DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
Y said he needs plenty of fresh air. Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm
: The tent is the result of their counsel. on any range in the house.If Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm VALUES LOW PRICES
The flower is :Lv Tipton, G", A. C. L.____ 1:15 am
garden
usually
sweptby your service is not already in we will give you Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
breezes from the river, even in the Ar COMPARE
Americus, Ga., C. of Ga. 3:55 am
hottest days.GUNMEN. Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
10 per cent offand Ar OpeKka, Ahu, C. of Ga._ 7:30 am OUR FURNITURE
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York, May Policeman William install the service (up to 60 feet.) Ar Jackson, 3#!nn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm pm We provide the quality furniture that has long
i< J. Kelly was shot and killed by Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm been
two Ar Cairo, Ill, L G_________11:07 accepted by knowing furniture buyers as them
hold-up men in Brooklyn today p
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CHARGE Ar Carbondale, III, I. c.1213 am an article is it good.
after they had assassinated a Greek; > It wouldn't be here it We can't
otherwise. make
Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am were
restaurant keeper named Basibosis.i on streets where we have mains. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
The Greek Ar Centralia HL, L C.____ 1:38 am
was shot when he refusedthe of this business, and that means much to buyer.
Ar Matoon, III, I. C_______ 3:30 am any
r demands of the men for money Call and see our line of Ranges and ', Ar Champaign, m., I. C.____ 4:29 am
and Kelly was shot when he pursuedthe Ar Kanka&e l 111., I. C._____ 6:20 am
murderer. Ar Chicago, HL, L C______ 7:50 am McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK,

arrested Christopher Dunn, twenty-four,was Solid Through Trains-Composed of I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
with
charged participationin DO IT NOW observation, compartment, drawingroom -
the crime and two other J
young section, sleeping cars, 3 dee "
;3 men were taken into custody on' reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville .T
;. charges of conspiracy. Kelly is the and Chicago, and Jacksonville
nd St. Louis. All meals in dining
Y third policeman shot by in '
gunmen
Brooklyn in the past two weeks. car.For f kets and Pullman car reservations Change of NOTICE Schedule Clyde St.'I j i Dr. BucRmaster *

Holmes county has been the scene W._R. O'NEAL, all on, City Ticket Agent, Johns River SteamersUntil 1'

of another murder which took place Orlando Water & L ight t LO D. W.or WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, of this further line will notice leave the Sanford steamers at!!I Osteopathic Physician
ry eight miles north of Westville, where
Atlantic Coast Line, 11:30 o'clock a. m. 132 Orange Avenue
Bob Gillman killed his employer, Robert Orlando.
N. M. TUPPER, Supt.
Reynolds, firing the contents of J. B. CALDER, Agent. Next door to People's Bank,
; both barrels of a shot gun into him Put in thy advertising up-stairs. Acute and
Gas Department.IUIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.III"IIII. money purse by Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914. chronic
Death occurred immediately. It ; in the SentineL diseases treatedTelephone
seems that the two men had had Some If you want your bicycle fixed in
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r were killed in a storm which swept

western Illinois and eastern low last
Former Member of Cleveland CabinetIs

SUBSTITUTES FOR MEAT. Chosen to Represent Eastern night.%

THERE are many food wbose nu Section of Country William Miller, seventy-five years ORLANDO
value is equal to that ot old, of Alexis, Ill., was caught in the .
meat. They are convenient substitutes Washington, :May 4.-President wreckage of his home and killed.
for meats when the latter are. Wilson has selected Richard Herman
Olney, Burrell, fifty years old, was
as at present excessively high. ttect former secretary of state in the struck and killed by lightning at
pea for some excellent foods of this Water
kind are given here: Cleveland administration, to be governor Stronghurst & Light1ectricity Co. | |
: of the federal reserve board
Uneeda Two Iowa
A Nourishing Cereal. BiscuitA villages, Hale and Olin,
Spinach and IUce.-Cook a quarter ota and Paul Warburg of New York to be were cut off from communication by

pound of rice in milk and at the a member of the board. crisp, clean, nutri- the storm. Earl Jurgenson, a young

same time cook the spl ach. When Mr. Olney has not yet accepted the tious food. For farmer, was killed near Comanche

the vegetable is cooked strain season governorship but friends here today everybodyevery when a tree was blown over on him.
and mince. Add a beaten egg to the believed he would not decline. Mr. where. Fresh in the John Mader
was drowned in the :Mississippi
lice, with a spoonful of thick sour -
cream, butter, salt and pepper. Rice Olney was offered the ambassadorship moisture-proof pack- when the storm upset his

and splnaca are then placed alternately to Great Britain by President age 5 cents. I boat. Gas Water I
in a buttered pie dish, a little of the Wilson early last year, but expressedan Ice
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spinach water l is poured in. and the unwillingness to leave the countryon
top is covered with melted butter and account of his business interests.He can currency was suddenly increased
breadcrnmbs. and the dish is set IE the is today when H. M. Robinson, superintendent
being strongly urged by friends
Office... No. J8 West
ores for it to bake. Central Ave.
of the president to accept this place of the United States railway

Cooked In the Oven. which the president has spoken of as mail service, who has taken charge of
Baked Babbit-Take a pound of h' f .
American cheese tablespoonfuls equal in importance to a place on the the postoffice, placed American postage -

bench of the court of the stamps on the market and stipu-
of butter, a teaspoonful and a half of supreme
salt one and a half cupfuls of milk. United States. Mr. Olney, though r tl lated that they must be paid for in Telephone No. 6: '

two and a half cupfuls of stale breadcrumbs seventy-eight years old, is active and American money.

three eggs and paprika. Line has had a long experience in the busi ZuZuThe Military Government Is SupremeThe
a buttered baking dish with bread
crumbs. Cut the cheese in thin slices ness world. administration of CoL EdwardH. x

and lay over the crumbs, dusting with Mr. Warburg, who was connected funny little name Plummer, the provost marshal, be
salt and paprika. Repeat twice. Beat with Kuehn, Loeb & Co., has been offered of the famous little gan this morning almost at the point !

the eggs well add milk and pour over membership on the board and ginger snap that puts where the civil government under t
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the mixture. Bake in moderate oven has accepted. Formal announcementof fresh "snap" and Robert J. Kerr had carried it whenended '

half an hour. Serve at once. his election as well as the other "ginger" into jaded by orders from Washington.

A Novel Roait members of the board besides the appetites. 5 cents. Colonel Plummer has been given wide .. 1 ..
Roast Peas.-Take a quart of split
governor is expected to be made with- latitude by General Funston, who
yellow peas three-quarters of a cupfulof
breadcrumbs a tablespoonful of in the next two or three days, as offers wants to devote as much of his own

sugar, a quarter of a cupful of chop are being made to men whom time as possible to military duties. ri
[ illm r rOur
ped nuts one egg. a quarter of a cupful the president has selected. It is un Colonel Plummer had assigned to. .

of butter three-quarters of a cupful derstood that a Southern banker is him army and navy men for heads of:|

of milk and salt and pepper to to be one of the three, but there has all departments and several enlisted'
taste. Soak the peas overnight Drain.
Place in a saucepan using fresh Waterto been no intimation as to his identity. men will be used in clerical work, but new line for the Spring

cover, and simmer until nearly all Official Washington as well as these will be added to by civilians. and Summer season of 1914 is
the liquor is absorbed and the peas banking circles generally are awaiting Plummer's government starts with
have burst their skins. Force througha the announcement of the full personnel 320,000 pesos worth of revenue L now complete. Never in the history

strainer and mix with breadcrumbs of the board with intense interest stamps and 70,000 in cash recovered of our business have we

milk nuts and seasonings. Mold intoa as it formally will set in motion : by C. H. Stewart, treasurer under been able to show such a line of
small loaf and let stand fifteen min
utes. Cover with pea liquor and bake the new currency law. The GRAHAM CRACKERS Kerr's administration.Write new and timely goods for Eas

slowly one hour. Remove to a platter twelve regional reserve banks are being ter selling. Our line of Dress

and serve with sliced cucumbers.A organized and the expectation of The natural sweet- F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery
Nut Food. officials is that within another month ness and nutriment for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and Ready-to-Wear
goods and
Peanut Loaf.-Take one cupful each the entire system will be in full of the wheat are retained Pepper Crates. 4-29m notions is complete-the stylesare

of hot boiled rice finely chopped peanuts swing.
giving them varied
CAN YOU AFFORDTo enough to suit
cracker crumbs and milk one The complete board will consist of a delightful flavor the taste of one and the prices in
,
egg, a tablespoonful of melted butter spend your valuable time asking every are keeping with
and one and a half teaspoonfuls of salt seven members at salaries of $12,000a xo cents. your neighbors and friends to lookup every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the

Mix rice nuts and cracker crumbs. year each. The secretary of the a house or rooms for you when Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from

Add a well beaten egg and seasonings. treasury and the comptroller of the Buy biscuit baked by you can get the most information and the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent
Fill into a small'oblong well currency are ex-officio members. Five
pan greyed valuable selections from the columnsof cheaper than the regular prices.
and pour melted butter over it other members are to be appointedby NATIONAL
the Morning Sentinel We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
Bake slowly. Turn on a platter and the president. The law
stipulatesthat BISCUIT you our line if you will call on us.
serve with white sauce to which have
the members should be appointedwith
been added one tablespoonful of onion reference to the COMPANY WHITE STAR MEAT MARKET
juice and a dash of white pepper. "geographicalcommercial
financial divisions of the |Always look for that name\


hoJ t country.With "Mr. Olney representing New HI h''ll oiBargain o V

England and Mr. Warburg, New I

r York, it was expected other members 11111 11111 III 11111 III III Dill 11111 11111 MMMMMMtlliiiimilllltMl .
to be selected would represent the M ILITARYGOYRNMNTINn Y G V E [ MfXl O OI .

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CUPBOARDWHEN years. 4
Two other names which it is reported
Huerta Has Declared He Will Never '
are to appear on the federal & Payne'sCash
COOKING BEETS. j I.reserve board are Harry A. Wheeler, Resign, But Fears a Coup

eeeeeeee..e.e.eeeeeeeeee... vice-president of the Union Trust Against Him

i DINNER MENU. company of Chicago, and president of H-

:. Cream of Roast Cauliflower Beef. Soup. i: the National Association of Commerce Vera Cruz, Mex., May 4.-Amf'ri- Grocery

Cucumber and Lettuce Salad. : and W. G. P. Harding, of Birmingham can refugees continue to arrive from EVERY PIECE OF MEAT

.. Caramel Minced Custard.Beets. : Ala. the capital and they bring divergent WE CUT

: Coffee.eSSeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeS. : Mr. Wheeler is a Republican and stories of the situation there. Arrangements from
comes the
very choices
.'.i it is understood that the president are being made today to bred live stock. That'sgiro why ST APlf & fANCY .GROCfRlfS

may be served with meat intends to have the board a bipartisan send a naval vessel to Puerto even the so-called poor cuts of
BEETS one. to meet a large number of refugeesdue
should never be cut before meat from this market are better .
they are cooked as this will deprive Olney Is Xon-Committal there Tuesday morning. Latest than the finest cuts from cattle
them of much of their color and Boston Mass. arrivals confirm reports of a Nice
May 4.RichardOlney growing of lower grade. And ou new stock White Rose
s"Eetness. After
boiling they be
may smiled when informed today undercurrent of feeling against the
prices are no higher either.
into of cold water and the
t a
] pan that President Wilson had Huerta regime and tell of a rumor of
b.ws then be rubbed off. selected 56tf.HtllMMIMIItMMimi. brand Canned goods Fox River But-
him for governor of the federal 'rea rupture between Huerta and Gen. ,
With Cream Sauce.
Minced Beets.-Take off the serve board, but declined to indicate Blanquet, minister of war. It was
green ter "Pride" the
heads wash and boil until tender.Then whether he would accept. Mr. Olney,, the latter that took charge of the military .. highest grade butter-

plunge into cold water and re- though vigorous and active, was influenced coup which resulted in the downfall inc. Call and
We
move the skins. Slice and mince the by his advanced years as well of President Francisco I. Ma | For Sale investigate.
beets. Serve with a dressing made by
dero.
as by his business interests to declinethe

combining butter, sugar two and tablespoonfuls vinegar with sit diplomatic office tendered him a Some of the returning American; I have the following meet all cash prices.

who claim to have authentic information
and pepper to taste and a cupful of year ago.Senator properties which I offer
thin sweet cream. The beets shouldbe Owen, who piloted the currency declare Huerta is reiterating to
served hot. bill through the senate, conferred confidants that he will never resign at ATTRACTIVE PRICES 11 West Robinson Avenue

Pickled beets are nice served with with the president today about but talks of the possibilities of i a prior to going north: !

cold meat. They may be prepared as against him. Several One California
selections for the board. He said coup of the Bungalow !
needed or pickled in quantity, and put
that he did American business men the foreign )HilliliiMiilMMMtMIIOtMMHIIttttlMIIMIMMMMMmiHMMMHMMMIMMHIlM $
up in jars for use later. not discuss individuals but say ; one two-story house -

} A Spicy Appetizer. rather talked over the general banking diplomatic representatives conn (corner lot.) Intending \
viewpoint he believed should be selled them not to leave the capital,
will do
Pickled Beets-Boll the beets until buyers well to get !
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tender, then drain and put in cold wa held by the men selected. Senate saying there was practically no danger .' touch with Ml Mi
me on
ter. Rub off the skins and slice very Owen said that the remaining appointments L and the whole situation would be
thin. To one cupful of vinegar add a would be made from a'list clarified soon. above properties, which I

tablespoonful of brown sugar an all .of 147 men now before the president.These : The refugees generally expressed I are both new and well 1 Just Received
spice. a'clove a saltspoonful of salt I located.
were taken after considerationof disappointment at the lack of any indication -
and a slice of onion. Put on the stove
of an advance of the American
to heat. Place the slices of beet In a a much larger list. -

glass dish alternating them with slices army on the capital. They say FRED ,B. DALE Embroidered Organdy \
Edgings.
of green pepper from which the seeds the best class of Mexicans share this

have been removed. Pour the hot liquid CATARRH VICTIMS view. 306 ANDERSON STREET

over and set aside to get cold. There is speculation in official circles Something new and dainty
USE HYOMEI-YOU PHONE 376Zm ,
Wholesome Diehee. BREATHE IT. regarding disposition of customs
Creamed Beets.-Boil the beets until Its the right to the point remedynot
revenues of this port said to '111111111111111111111111'
aggregate -
tender in boiling water. Rub the skins only for catarrh, but for head
off and slice thin. Have ready in a colds, sniffles, bronchitis, laryngitis over $1,000,000 in gold a month. '

double boiler a cupful of cream or one -no or croup tomach of children.dosing. You breathe it Fleeing federal officers took important WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN f

of milk to which you have added a tallespoonful customs house files and it is difficult -
You will like Hyomei. It not onlj AND DO ALL KINDS OF
and the beetsin to clear business in
df butter put gives instant and lasting relief but up the warehouses .
this. Rub together tablespoonful is or to ascertain the'exact distribution ODTICAL REPAIRING
entirely harmless, pleasant to use, : Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
{ each of flour and butter stir it into the and economical. Money refunded by that has formerly been madeof

cream add pepper, salt and a teaspoonful McEIroy's Pharmacy if you are not the revenue
of sugar. Simmer until the benefitted. PatternslllllliillMMIIMiimillMliilMilillllllimMail
r sauce thickens and serve. Hyomei is a combination of anti- For the present all the customs receipts -

Baked Beets.-Select beof same sepctic oils that mixes with the air will be impounded to await instructions -

size. Remove the greens and roots :lid quickly reaches the irritated and from Washington. Several '
wash and place on a baking pan In the inflamed membrane of the nose. It's cargoes have been unloaded duringthe

oven. Bake until tender then peeL sure diately-you and safe feel healing better begins at once.imme last few days and more ships are Don't wait for every one in town to Up to date painting, papering, etc., I

lice and serve hot with butter. If suffering from watery eyes, husky reported as cleared for this porte from DR. L H. RAMSDELL have Entrican, the painter, before (is the kind you want. Where to get

. voice, discharge from the nos or the United States and Europe so that OPTOMETRIST you try. Am too busy to look you its That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
koJ that stopped-up feeling, try Hyoin up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Entrican. 1-20-tf
the
accumulated
vfauAtoW' now-today. All druggists sell it. receipts will soon| (Socceawr.to Dr. 0. P. Utim) job. 1-20-tf Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., a
Ask for the complete ''outfit$1.0: reach, a considerable amount. i for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
. 4 size. The demand for fractional Ameri-'ORLANDO FLORIDA Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf, Pepper Crates. 429mf t ,t


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THE DAILY INSPECTORS AND CLERKS FOR SCHOOLS DISCONTINUED MILLIONAIRE MERCHANT .1 I[ 'MllllliillMMMIIIIMMMtMMMMMIIMIMmiMIMillMIMMIMIIIIMMItMM
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South Florida SentinelMORNING (Continued from page 1)) Ridge, was arraigned in the Fifth \ 'Y, S

AND WEEKLY No. 1, Orlando, South-W. M. Brit- tersign the warrants of the teachersof Avenue police court and held without ,

JOSlAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. tain, clerk; D. J. Beidler, J. E. Craw- the city schools, and as the city bail for examination. The district

ford, R. S. Cohoon, inspectors.No. and county boards see no other way attorney and the Duryea family con- Know I
to the teachers, therefore that
Entered at the putoffice at Orlando Florida 2, Orlando, North-H. A. New- pay curring, the judge will probably be ,
i u Second CUu Mail Matter. the city schools affected, the gram-
ell, clerk; Frank Guernsey, Hugh C. mar school and the primary department asked before the end of the week to

2 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Allen, W. S.. Branch, Jr., inspectors.No. I be suspended until further no- appoint a lunacy commission. That
DailT, 1 Year .........................$5.00 3, Winter Park-D. M. Shep- :tice. this commission will declare the
Daily < Hont. ....................... .5D C. E. HOWARD, President slayer t
Daily. 3 Month ...................... L25 herd, clerk; Philip Dale, F. M. Hen- GEO. W. of unsound mind and recommendhis
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 PHILLIPS. AND WANT YOU
kel, A. Schultz, inspectors.No. May 5. 1914. commitment to Matteawan is con- TO KNOW ALSO

Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1-00 4, Maitland-Wm. B. Willett, The school board then delegatedMr. sidered certain.) THAT OUR ENTIRE
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .78 clerk; S. B. Hill, W. E. Simmons, Howard arid Mr. Phillips to noti- STOCK OF BOOTS

Isaac Vanderpool, inspectors.No. fy the supervising principal, Mr. W. PREFERS FLORIDA TO CALIFORNIA AND
TO ADVERTISERS: SHOES AREPOSITIVELY
h 5, Lockhart!. E. Rose, clerk; f\ Coleman, of the action of the

Copy fw display I and all fciierkdTMttainf iwuHet P. M. Moseley, Chas. F. Russ, H. M. board.A OF '
mutt be handed in at the business THIS SEASON'SMANUFACTURE
a ffia of the Sentinel not later than 2 ,. m. Rouse, inspectors.No. meeting of the seventeen teachers Dear Sentinel:-I am going to
the day before publication. nil rule applies 6, Apopka-W. T. Champneys, involved in the order was held, leave the Pacific coast in a few days
II NOT
U changes for contract advertising; it A SINGLE
Invariable and win be strictly adhered to. clerk; E. Liebing, A. W. Evans, D. W. at which the trustees presented the for my home in Washington, Pa. So LEFT OVER OR OUT

High, inspectors.No. matter. The teachers had already please send your excellent paper to
:
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- OF STYLE SHOE IN THE WHOLE COLLECTIOX-
tinued should notify the office in writing en 7, Bay Ridge-J. E. Merrill, held a conference on the subject, and my former address, 524 East Maden BECAUSE WE ONLY OPENED THIS DEPARTMENT
the date of expiration otherwise it will rates be, clerk; Geo. Conroy, L Pike, Henry it was the unanimous opinion of the I street, Washington, Pa. I have spent }
continued at the regular subscription I A FEW WEEKS AGO.
until notice to atop is reoeived. : Schopke, inspectors.No. teachers that the school work should eight months in California. Have vis-
FOR EXCLUSIVE STYLES FOR MEN, WOMEN
8, Zellwood-W. A. Chapman, be continued to the end of the term,I ited San Luis, Obispo, Santa Barbara, I
AND CHILDREN ATRIGHT
WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1914. clerk; M. F. McDonald, L A. Osborne, even if it called for a personal sacrifice Los Angeles, Long Beach, Pasadena, ,

Z.'M. Strong, inspectors.No. from them. Final action was not Pomona and many other smaller '

All aboard for the reunion. 9, Clarcona-A. D. Davis,clerk; taken, however, and will not be until towns. I often thought of Orlando PRICES

o J. W. Dann, I. H. M. Marden, Wm. this morning, when the teachers will and hope to be there next winter. I

x The mediators are having a time H. Behrens, inspectors.No. hold another meeting to reach their like the climate best, and it is much

in mediating. 10, Ocoee-W. P. Blakeley, decision. It was stated last night more convenient to get to. This is a WE HAVE NO RIVALS i

o clerk; L. M. Moore, W. J. Minor,Thos. that the teachers would teach the very changeable climate. A week

Holly's middle name is Richard Hudson, inspectors.No. term out, regardless of whether they .ago it was very warm indeed; this

ti Jerome. Thorndyke of the Palm 11, Winter Garden-G. M. were paid or not, and would petitionthe morning it was 46, the mountains I

Beach Post exposed him. Bray, clerk; A. S. Thornton, :M. V. trustees for the use of the school white with snow, and raining in the Know

Dillard, R. P. Wright, inspectors.No. building to put this plan in effect. valley, and so cold and chilly. Yet a LYou
r o. I
12, Oakland-Arthur Speer, In such event the trustees would great many think it is a fine country,
Sanford is to do some bulkheading.This .
clerk; J. H. Sadler, Hugh Connell, ,S. grant the permission.The but I would prefer Florida.
is just the thing that town
every F. Brierly, inspectors.No. high school teachers are not. MRS. G. W. DEEMS.
with water front should do.
:
13, Gotha-C. P. Belknap, affected by the order of the trusteesfor Upland, Cal., Aprli 29th.

o clerk; Ralph E. Kline, W. M. Mose- the reason that the double daily THE CHARMING EFFECT -
The town of Maud, Texas, has been
ley, A. L. Maclean, inspectors.No. sessions did not apply to the high The police department was busy OF A COSTUME MAY
wiped out by a cyclone, probably because
I 14, Orange Center-W. M. school and the teachers in that department yesterday afternoon and last night BE ENTIRELY MARREDBY
her name was Maud.o .
Bonne, clerk; J. E. Maddox, W. H. have been putting in full spotting speeders, and quite a number A HAT OR BONNET (

Bronson, J. R. Boston, inspectors.No. will come up before Mayor Sperry
Political eloquence will be flying in time.An THAT DID NOT HARMONIZE .
15, Taft-C. H. Hartley, clerk; interesting and acute situationhas this morning, charged with exceed- ,
the air tonight-the congressional
B. B. Prescott, W. E. Murphy, W. been developed through the su ing the speed limit.CODIITTEE. COMPLETELY IN ITS-
candidates are to speak at the opera
G. Sphaler, inspectors.No. perintendent's opposition to the dou- COLOR COMBINATIONS -
house.
rR o 16, Pine Castle-J. W. Matchett ble daily session plan. If the school TO MEET THE RISKS ARE NIL

clerk; Paul :Macy, W. M. Hansell, is allowed to be discontinued at this
K SE-
WHEN MAKING YOUR
The election inspectors in Orange
J. A. Wilkes, inspectors.No. time it will affect the average at- There will be a meeting of the
county will get a good dinner out of LECTIONS WITH US-OUR
17, Conway-H. T. Arnold, tendance, and the school funds are Orange County Democratic Execu-
this election anyway, and the Bryan MODISTES ARE SKILLED ,
tive Committee at the court house in
clerk; G. W. Crawford, L. Garrett, apportioned among the counties upona
primary law is responsible for ito W. J. Conoley, inspectors.No. basis of average attendance. Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May\ 23, IN THE FINE ARTS AND

f. 18, Fort Christmas-W. A. Moreover the strict construction of 1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m.'for the CAN BE RELIED UPON TO

Detective. Burns started out to find Tucker clerk; G. G. Coward, Drew the law which the superintendent has purpose of meeting the inspectors and BRING OUT THAT ONE .
the truth in the Frank case, but it
v seems that 'he has found a pack of Tucker, J. W. Savage, inspectors.No. insisted upon has caused the membersof clerks appointed to conduct the primary TOUCH THAT DAINTY,
19, Pickett-Will Tanner,clerk; the board to look carefully into the election on June 2nd, and transacting -
SLIGHT EFFECT SO ES ,
+ persons who belong in the Ananias
i; dub. I. L. Hodges, J. F. Story, H. W. Tanner -I compensation which the superintendent any other business which may SENTIAL TO COMPLETE

inspectors.No. is now receiving, to ascertain if come before it.
THE WHOLE.
i o 20, Fish-Geo. Fish, clerk; D. the amount is in strict accordancewith SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. EXQUISITE ..
The Orlando Sentinel says: Osteen, OUR LOW PRICES WILL
W. Rouse, Allen Hancock, W. J. Cal- the law. Some time ago the JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. '
about miles east of BE A REVELATION TO
a village eight .
Orlando Fla.
licutt, inspectors. superintendent made application fpr May 6,1914.MIMHtMtMiMHHMMI
Sanford, has organized a live board of
$25 a month extra for automobile
trade. Will the Sentinel kindly tell ex-
CHEERFULNESS pense in visiting the schools; this .
us when any town ever organized a"dead" '
Cheerfulnes is a tonic that invig- matter was referred yesterday to 'the I
board of trade-Fort Myers
! Press. orates him who possesses it and all attorney for,the board for advice asl I T. F. HOUR mAN j i YOUWeall '

Yep; we can cite you to a number those about him. What indeed does to whether it was strictly in accord- : Knowl]
Licensed Plumber and I
7 f7 of dead ones. not the word "cheerfulness" imply? ance with the law, and if the board :
r Sanitary Engineer
o It means a contented spirit; it meansa had the authority to pay it. The
matter of clerical assistance for Estimates Furnished. Jobbing i
' The first issue of Willis Powell's pure heart; it means a kind, loving ,
Clearwater Sun has appeared. It disposition; it means humility and which the superintendent had applied, Promptly Attended to. THAT SOME
also directed into the channeL PHONE 6z9
contains a story by Sewell Ford, the charity; it means a generous appre- was same PART OF THE

h author, of how he discovered the West ciation of others and a modest opin- Io6 Court Street HOME REQUIRES
will be watched with
ion of self.T. Developments
Coast. It's a thrilling tale, as Ford t RENOVATING
much interest for I ORLANDO, FLORIDA :J
many persons are '
admits; and it's one that will do a lot I FROM TIME TO
. to make that section discoverable to S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone concerned in the outcome of the con- 4-il-lm i 'rIMESOME

x others. Clearwater is lucky to have 2, Orlando. 3-54T troversy. MMiiMMIMMIMMIIMMMUM I iti r SLIGHT ALTERATION -

caught Powell; he is the best of f. OF DRAPERIES

boosters, and,will help Clearwater to miiitiiiiiiiiiiimmimiBroken I SOME

grow by keeping. it continually on : NEW COLORS, IN-
Thermos Bottles i
r the map. TRODUCEDSOME '

4 o IP 9r i' "ADDITIONAL
Pathfinding for the party of Or- ; ; Bring your broken Thermos and icy-hot bottles to us. We put in extra fillers and > | I. 4'' HANGINGS ETC.
,
mats, same as new.
lando boosters who are to come to ( THAT ONI] FINDSNECESSARY I

Miami within the next three weeks, McELROY'S PHARMACYPHONE 1 r

J. M. Cook, of Orlando, arrived in WHEN CLEAN-

the city yesterday and completed 20IMIIIIIIIiMIIHMIiilHMilllilliillllllMMIIIIIIMIItiMlllttiit ING HOUSE. LET

plans for the trip. The trip is to be US HELP YOU

made under the auspices of the Or- lMIHIIIIt OUTOURSTOCK

lando Board of Trade, and will be
OF LACE
participated in by about fifty members CURTAINS, CRE-

: Mr. Cook estimated. Mr. Cook TONNES, GRENADINES, FANCY SCRIMS, MADRAS,
I arranged hotel accommodations for
I MUSLINS, DENIMS, BORDERED NETS AND VOILES,
c the party at places where stops are
ASSYRIAN NETS ETC. IS SO FULL
to be made. The Orlando crowd will OF NEW SUG-

be in Miami about three days, according GESTIONS THAT A BUYER CAN GATHER NEW

to the present plan. The local IDEAS FROM OUR MAGNIFICENT SELECTIONS.t t

Board of Trade through its en- Are You Invitedto OUR PRICE RANGE CAN MEET ALL PURSES.
tertainment committee is figuring on]

c showing the visitors the time of their
lives.-Miami Metropolis.The I. a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair wherea

o gift to your hostess is in good taste If so, we are sure Our Mail Order DepartmentIs
The school board muddle is to bet
,. you will be interested in our display of the newest and
deplored, and the action of the teachers -
to give their services whether most artistic designs inCUT a great help to our out-of-town customers; makeuse

they receive pay or not is to be commended of it whenever you can. Samples or information

; heartily by all. Of course they GLASS cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
I will be paid; the citizens of Orlando

wouldn't let them teach without being There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogs.We .

5 compensated. If Treasurer Tucker here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. invite comparison of values.DicksonIves.
. wants to do a popular thing he will
take the bit between his teeth and We are sure you can never find anything that wouldbe

pay them. There would never be any more acceptable.T.H.Evans. i

question about the legality of the act.

c It has been often remarked that tech-

: localities defeat justice, and this is a ':TY' tx. .
: case in point. The situation is most ..' '. ''

unfortunate, but like all other things Co1sDEPARTMENTAL
# it will be settled, and by this time

next year it will probably be forgotten. i

The Great All Wise Creator

must look down upon this puny hu-

man game with great compassion and

pity at times. We wrangle and raise STORE

. Cain about trifles. We write a law the JewelerOPPOSITE

and then we violate it; we set up a ,

z standard and we break it down, and

in the meantime we don't get very POSTOFFICE ranRe Ave. UEIlldO n '
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far along. Let the schools go for-

i ward; it's a crime to stop them. All

honor to the teachers who are willing EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

t to give their time when they can so

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1 FAVORITE THEATRE r" 1ClCO
Among those leaving yesterday for I
NOTICE
Jacksonville to attend the Confederate ROBINSON STARKEY, Manager o

reunion were Mr. and Mrs. E. H. SI Grillm i. i

\Ve hereby give due McNeil and two children and guest, 1 2 Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. !

notice to all concerned, Miss Walenah Moore, of Raleigh, N.
I Admission 5 cents c
C. Dr. Geo. Crawford, Mrs. J. B. i
that our men will maintain ; D I]
Willis and son, J. B., Jr.; T. J. Shep- (lDOIIDClD (lDOIIDI DOIIDO

t an inspection with herd, S. W. Shepherd, Mrs. L. P. "M It It t Allen's"A
i y orders to shut without Lawrence, Mrs. R. P. Cobb, Miss BUYS AND SELLS

notice .any and all water Mary Rowan, Mrs. C. F. Alexander, BOUGAIXVILLEA DECORATES
REAL ESTATE MANY ORLANDO LAWNS
service using sprinklersor Mrs. J. A. Abberger, Mr. and Mrs. G. .

holt*out of the hours W. Crawford, Mr. Robt. Howe, Mr. ... .. -
-- Our residents become
regular
prescribed by the city H. B. Leake, Mr. F. J. Galentin, Mr. so
accustomed to the luxuriant
growthof
and this company.A Gordon Wright, and Mrs. T. H. 600 acres south of Winter brilliant-hued blossoms seen in sk Your Friends

charge of $i.oo will Thompson.Mr. Garden and west of succession here, that, while each in

be made on each case for Gotha turn is admired, we scarce appreciatetheir \Vhy they buy from usthey
J. B. Calder is spending a cou- including 10 acre
turning the service on true beauty as fully as do some
ple of days at Daytona.Mr. The entire will tell you, it is
again. orange grove. of our Northern visitors.

tract covered with Nor do we oft consider the varietyof
George Merriman has to
gone
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT bright-toned flowers which BecauseWe
timber. Two grow .
Greenville, Conn., to spend the next yellow pine
profusely with only slight care, aside
six months.Mr. .
COMPANY miles of lake shore.
54.tr i from the
great number which respond
We have the goods, we have
readily to treatment. I n D
FMMUiiiimiiiiiiiiimWADE John D. Weathersbee left yes- 423imiiilMMMIMMMMIilli so proper
Mention made weeks the price and give
was some ago you
terday for Bar Harbor, Maine, wherehe
of the "flame vine," then in its prime, courteous and
will spend the summer. prompt, pleasing -
its bright orange clusters covering
service.Come.
MRS. McMAKIN TAKES THE TEA porches, fences and trees in several
Mr. and Mrs. Vine Harding and
THE TUNER parts of the town. With it were'the
daughters, Misses Dorothy and'Stella, ROOM; MRS. CORNISH THE
ORLANDO FLA. beautiful poincettias by the hundred, and See
have taken their departure for Mack- WINDERMEREAn
inac, Mich. never seeming quite so abundant, so

perfect or lasting so many weeks as

change in boarding through the recent months.
Mr. T. H. Barlow remains quite ill Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Hallock were interesting Allen & Co. .
house affairs was made Sunday, when Just now the most noted mass of
South Garland among those leaving this week for ,
at his home at 104
Mrs. Ethel McMakin assumed the color is the bright purple of the Bou-
points in the North. They will spend
street. of the Tea Room and its blossoms also
management gainvillea, seeming
the summer in Bloomfield, Ill. JewelersPrompt
Mrs. Cornish, who has been in charge unusually profuse, each vine, whether -

Miss Janet Halsted left yesterdayfor there, left for the summer. She will large or small, covered with this
Mr. John B. Foster and Mrs. D. W.
Jacksonville to visit her cousin, go first to Eufaula, Ala., to visit relatives rich hue. This is to be seen in its Repairing.
Trumpeller are the absentees
[Mrs. Fred Hedrick.Dr. among and from there will to I in number of
proceed perfection a yards, Guaranteed..
from Orlando for the summer, leav- Everything
N. Y. where she them Mrs. Mattie B,
Chautauqua, runsa among being
ing yesterday for Fort Dodge, Iowa.
W. M. Harper and son, Deader- cottage during the season. Before Davis' place on Lake Lucerne, and at

lick, left yesterday for Asheville, N.: Mrs. J. C. Merritt will leave Thurs- leaving Mrs. Cornish made arrange- Senator Buxton's, also opposite the i

C., to spend the summer. I ments with Mrs. Bryant to take Rosalind club house on Orange ave-
day for Walters Park, Pa., to remain -
until fall charge of the Windermere next sea-
The doctor will not nue.A
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crabb arrived take his departure until some time son. The Windermere is one of the yet more common vine, fully as

yesterday from Asheville, N. C., and later on. exclusive boarding houses of Orlando, beautiful in a less gorgeous way, is I!
will make their home here. and justly holds position as one of the "Mexican vine"-whose delicate == o==.CD

-' Mrs. A. Haden will not have her' the best. It will be pleasing to Mrs. pink blossoms, not yet in their full ____ __ ____________ __ __ -

Miss Elizabeth Skinner, of Dune-J usual monthly "at home" today, nor Cornish's many friends to know that growth, will soon be covering many ,t"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIII'What

din, has been the guest of Mrs. Lloyd I will she for some months, as she she is to be in Orlando again. At buildings with soft, yet bright shadesof .I

Tenny for several days past. leaves the same time Mrs. McMakin's friendsare green and pink. These blossoms
j shortly to spend the summer
with relatives in England.Mrs. glad that she is to run the Tea will continue all summer and till late to Eat?

Mrs. L S. Villeneuve and Miss Room during the summer. There is in the fall; will form the summer

Ionia Speer left last night for Jacksonville Jbhn Trott received a letter need for such a place, and Mrs. Mc- garb of the Rosalind club house and ,: Is the problem that bothers the housewife duringthe

to attend the reunion.Mr. yesterday from Lodi, 0., telling her Makin's well known ability in this of other places, adding beauty wher-

of the death of Mr. Richard Benna- direction will make the Tea Room a ever grown. warm days.

Frank'T. Welburn arrived last der, who spent the past winter in our popular resortTWENTIETH Wondrously fragrant and beautiful :

night from Nashville, Tenn., on a city. Mr. Bennader, with his daughter also is the white jessamine vine now We Can Solve it for You

visit to his sister, Mrs. Jos. L Guern- left here April 15th for his home CENTURY CLUB blooming, while the other vine of the 1 I
same order is a constant aid in all J
sey. and died on the 22nd. He was 82
Because have everything in vegetables fruits i
,
decorative throughout the we
I years old. The Twentieth Century club will purposes

Mr. H. G. Seabroatt, traveling out meet at the home of Mrs. W.'S. Cole- year. and fancy and staple groceries. &

of Tampa for the United Paper com-I Mr. B. M. Robinson, who went to man this afternoon at 3:15. The club Our oleanders surely deserve very

pany, was in town yesterday calling I Jacksonville last night to attend the will commence the reading of "King "honorable mention," both for beauty Trial is All Ask
A we :
on trade. reunion,. was called on the 'phone John," and all members are requestedto and profusion, and beside the best
1 I known white and pink varieties, the .
r from that city yesterday by an old come promptly. ,
Mrs. Frank Struss and little son friend from Arkansas, whom he had deep red, salmon, straw colored and

came up from Tampa yesterday and I not seen for many years. The re- WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS other delicate tints are also to be 1

are the guests of Mrs. S. Waters union is certainly bringing numbers seen. THE SANITARY GROCERY

Howe. ,to Florida who would have I Two or three rare trees are now .
i never gotten The regular monthly meeting of the
here otherwise, and is responsible Woman's Relief Corps will be held at in full bloom in the grounds at Bish- CARUTHERS & GORE

Mrs. S. J. Stiggins arrived yesterday -I I for renewing old friendships that the home of Mrs. E. F. Sperry on opstead, one having a peculiar, deli-

from Birmingham, Ala., and is might never have been blown into Thursday, May 7th, at 3 o'clock. cate purple flower. Bishop Mann, i Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

the guest of Mrs. Aubrey Smith on I flame again had it not been for this By order of the president.Miss who is very fond of botany, has en-

West Central avenue. occasion. Great is the reunion. Canfield, secretary. 6-2t joyed tracing the names of the many
shrubs and trees adorning Bishop-
I CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. 'Sage, who!'!0 Mr. Alonzo Hughes, of Houston, RUMMAGE SALE stead.

have been spending"the winter at 720 Tex., arrived last night to visit his FUNERAL DESIGNS

West Central'avenue' leave today for old friend and employer, Mr. C. A. LITTLE STELLA BRADLEY HAS
their home at Des Moines, Ia. j j Boone. Mr. Hughes lived in Orlando. Methodist The Ladies'church Aid will Society hold a of rum-the BIRTHDAY PARTY .. . o i . . . . . .. w,

: formerly and worked for Mr. Boone sale "on Friday and Saturday,
Miss Mary Warn, of Painesville, between the years of 1883 and 1888, mage Little Miss Stella Bradley was given NOTICEThe
May 8 and 9, in the store on Church
Ohio, and Miss Alice Brokaw, of In-i when Mr. Boone was in the building an enjoyable afternoon by her I
street recently occupied by J. S.
terlaken, N. Y., who have spent the material business.. Some later aunt, Mrs. D. D. Awde, in honor of annual meeting of the stockholders -
years Rowland. Any one having donationswill of the Pierce Electric Com
winter with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ten he landed in her twelfth birthday. Delicious refreshments -
Houston with few dol-
a please telephone 528. pany (Inc.) wilt be held at the com-
ny, left for their homes on Tuesday.Mrs. lars and a large determination, and were served. Games were pany's office, No. 9 West Church

(:jhe is now a wealthy man. He has THEY ARE STEADY WORKERS played by the children on the street, on May 6th, 1914, at 5 p. m.

C. G. Whets and daughter, many friends in Orlando who remember -I grounds, and all enjoyed themselves. 4-30-2t-w-2t

Hiss Gladys, who have been spendingthe him most Among those present were Misses
kindly and is
t receivinga They sell, rent and exchange TRUCKERS, TAKE NOTICE
prop-
winter at the home of.Mrs. J. W. cordial welcome here. He attracted Hazel and Edith Overstreet, Edith '
was -
For results
Simmons, on East Robinson avenue, I to Florida by the erty every day. try the and Dorothy McMakin, Virginia and Schnarr's No. 3 will kilt and keep
great ret Sentinel want ads. .
the Hessian flies and other
have returned to their home a union at Jacksonville. Lillian Yowell, Gladys Hamrick, Cleo sucking
insects off the watermelons, canta-
:Rochelle, HLSentinel Swick, Mary Walker, and Master 1
tomatoes and Guar-
I First class Brazing a specialty at. loupes, potatoes.
f Eat what you want Warman's Repair Stop o.i Court St. James Spellman. Many pretty and anteed to give satisfaction or money
want advertising shortens, Eat all you want 125tf. useful presents were given Miss Brad- refunded. J. Schnarr & Co., manu-
'I Take a postscript and facturers, rear 51 West Church street
cheapens and simplifies any real estate forget it ley by her little friends.
Orlando Fla. 4-24-d&w-tf
i For ,
sale by all druggists.
"selling task. i Rubber Stamps made to order at
l-7-d&w.lyr Warman's Repair Shop. 125tf.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Opening of Piano Studio April 15th.
For particulars address Mac Tall-
IMIMM . IMIIillllillilillllt 111111111111111111111 FOR SALE Paint that has stood man Care Grand Theater, or Phone
No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m.

1 Fruit, farm garden land, orange, the testA. 431m.
groves and other property. If inter-
At The Lucerne ested, address A. B. A., care Sentinel. Harry Rollins has moved his barber
CO.
L BECK LUMBER
Today -6-lw-d&w shop from East Pine street to Boone

Kiln Dried Lumber and Build. street, across frtra Hammond &
BEST BARGAIN in Real Estate near Bunch 4-25-2w
'. 5 i i BBMBBBB* city. Half cash, ,rest on terms.A. ing Material. company.
B. A., care Sentinel 5-6-3t
;. Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. We renovate, clean, repair and dye
"Miser's Reversion FOR RENT-Marion house, No. 207 rugs, carpets and portiers. Our work
West Church street. Ten rooms, guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Only
bath two toilets. expert in the state. Phone 195. No.
A fine three new room, InquireNo.
reel
,
I. Thanhouser. 10 Washington street. 5-6-3t 43 East Pine street.
WOOD, COAL AND ICE

Eat what want. I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's MM MMMMMMMIJ
you
."A Striking Resemblance Eat all you want. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf I Shoe
Repairing
Take a postscript and forget it. ;
u T'n. For sale by all durggists.

A one reel Comet l-7-d&w-lyr ney Buy& your Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLa-a by PARCEL POST ;

VV big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
WITH LATEST TYPE FACES AND
% "His Sacrifice SKILLED WORKMENthis Men's Half Soles, ?se to 850

office is prepared to do the finestof SEED! SEED! SEED! Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c

Another Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750
of
job printing description.We
good every
one. druggists. 313tfOSTEOPATHY
Abernethy, Hand Turned Soles, $I.oo
I : are proud of the work we do,
Heels Repaired, 2c
: and we are always willing to put on
I that extra few minutes which will i All work returned in 24 hoarse <

i Admission First Floor: Adults 19 Cents. Children 5 Cents :: uality give your and work distinctiveness that touch of without individ- | Orders turned without return C. O.postage.D.Ve remittance pay re- '


f : which publicity matter loses the

Balcony: 5 Cents : greater part of its value. And our DR. J. C .HOWELL
A. Hanson
: prices are no higher. Phone 24. Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointment

Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. No extra charge for house treatment 19 East Pine Street

: If your paper is not delivered Telephone connections ORLANDO FLORIDAMMMMtMMMMMMMM

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Hers No distinctively I It Art a Writer Positively American Who Hideous Claim style They has STOMACH MISERY[ MUNNIMAKERS By Claude, L'EngleDont't ORLANDO O. W A ASH1NGTON I


arisen and the average American home .Notice of toil Wanted, For Sale Per Get Stung-
Mi-o-na Will put Sour, Gassy, Rent, etc.. for this column 25c for one day
remains as ugly and as undistinguished your hoe for three day: or $100 for one week for May bees are good little in
as a Zulu kraal. In Its essence It Upset Stomach in OrderIf 25 I words or less. Money must accompany sects
i are a stomach sufferer do the advertisement fer this ,
you column as no
Is simply a square box. And from that not despair-immediate, safe and sure Insertions will be made on credit But they don't fly in June DRAWING ROOM

; archetype It proceeds upward not I relief is at hand. Mi-o-na Stomach In the June primary-
'
through degrees of beauty, but through Tablets, sold in fifty-cent boxes at FOR SALE Don't waste time SLEEPING CARVIA
May
on
degrees of hideousness. The more it ,
all drug stores are a specific for An elegant modern home; four bedrooms -

Is plastered with ornament the more out-of-order stomachs. ; two bath rooms; gas and electricity bees.

vulgar and forbidding it becomes. The Mi-o-na is not only a quick diges- throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all

; more It is adorned with color the more tive, but a stimulant and strengthener owers. 509 East Central avenue. right for you in Congress;

that color becomes a madness a debauch of the stomach walls. It increases -15-tf.
oilier
a public indecency. the flow of digestive fluids Some man may be in

' Take a train ride through any American Soothes the irritated membrane and FOR SALE line with progressive De- TLNTIC L COAST T LINE[
the stomach in to do the
puts shape
state and you will be sickened by Nursery stock, one, two, three and mocracy.
intended.If .
b the chaotic ugliness of the flitting work nature four year old buds; Foster Early, Some other man may be

{ Tillages-bouses sprawling and shapeless suffering with indigestion, dys- Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- able to think for the people
a huge advertising: sign pepsia, gastritis, or any of the var- ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle
upon
ious forms of stomach, misery, usu- after election, OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
' every flat wall, an intolerable effect of Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
ally indicated by nervousness, distress i But may be some other manwon't. .
carelessness, ignorance squalor bad
after eating, headache, dizziness,
.
taste and downright viciousness. stomach do not wait do not FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one
or sour ,
f But make the same sort of Journey suffer needlessly-take Mi-o-na today acre in bearing orange grove; six And may be you'll get

through France or Germany-say from McElroy's Prarmacy sells it on acres' cleared; part of land suitablefor stung fooling with him. Tueliay J all n Sa1uiiay l lFOR

Bremen to Munich or from Paris to money back if not satisfied plan. gardening and trucking; located You know that Claude II
half mile from city limits
A Lyons-or through Austria or Italy or on public L'Engle is NOT a be
road. Bargain. Address M. C. B, may ;
Switzerland. and will tx charmed
you Bean Cuke and Potato 9
hampers Box You know that he .will
care 431 city. 3-10-tf()
f by the beautiful harmony Visible on 1-2 cents at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON '
all sides the subordination of details Fla 429m. SALE think and act for you,
FOR W. R. O'NEAL City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
,
to general effects, the instinctive feeling Because he is now in Congress

for color, the sound grouping the POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR ,Lots fio interest$50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 weekly doing this very thin W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

' constant presence of a tradition and a Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.
style. The design of the peasant REPRESENTATIVE land lake front
acres $1,250.
houses changes twenty times between 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- thing, George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando. .

l p the Westphalian plain and the foothills I hereby announce from Orange my candidacy county, subject for Representative to lando. $10 per acre. Don't risk the best chance J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

; of the Alps but in every change the action of the Democratic primary) to be 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando. that ever happened.

;T there is a subtle reflection of the, held June 2nd. $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. Claude L'Engle has been .11111111111111111111.111111111111111111111111"1.
J. H. REESE.
physical environment an unmistakable A. LEWTER. time-tried and firetested -

y expression of human aspiration worldly -14-d&w-lm
FOR REPRESENTATIVEI in the fights for the
estate and character.I .
FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster people's rights.
ally hereby candidacy for Rep ; rare I
don't know ugly Tillage between announce my :
resentative from Orange county, subject to bargain; recently completely overhauled -\ He is the one sure thing
Bremen and
Munich. nor even the action of the Democratic primary t. be and made good as new in every *
a village without its distinction its he>4 June 2nd. part; guaranteed first class condition for you in this race for Fare 302DAILY
special beauty its individual charm. S. S. GRIFFIN. Congress in the Fourth
; must be sold at once, even at BETWEEN

But I don't know of a village between FOR REPRESENTATIVEI sacrifice. Come, or address, White District.He R DUFFALO

} Washington and Chicago that is not Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. is there for one term,
frankly appalling.-Smart Set. I I hereby announce myself a candidate for 4-23-tf him there IEVELAND
for another
Representative from Orange county for the Keep

IT RAVENNA next' session of the Florida Legislature sub FOR SALE-Fine horse. Price and Vote for Claude L'Engle
ject to the Democratic primary to be held
F x June 2nd. terms reasonable. Address Box 95, first. -

C. P. DICKINSON.FOR Orlando, Fla. 4-28-lw .
Take
a chance secondQiadvvick's
Just When the Ohio Town Was Goingto
REPKESnrATlVEYielding
to Be Called Tappan. FOR SALE-1914 Ford touring car,
to what to be the desire
appears
Shortly after the Revolution Benjamin of leading citizens in almost every pre- equipped with electric' lights. A THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
h elect of Orange county that one of the candidates bargain. S. Pollack, Orlando. 5-3-3t!
Tappan. sou of Boston
a wealthy
r.soo feet inckn and 1300
to be mmmated fir Representativein ;bmdtk 98 fort ;510.tataton.. pcrlore nxammoitnaf puM
merchant and the original owner of F"-. Greater ia aN-d.r6v u all propenioa-ndicr w all fpaotarm.-tbsa u j tMuaer omSandwiUnof .
the primary election of June 2nd should FOR QUICK SALE-80 acres at
the world. b--Jl Ub
L what Is now Portage county, 0.. entered be from the country precincts, I hereby an- Sparling 3 miles south of Lakeland List >
Special
nounce myself a Magnifkeat Steamen"SEEANDBEE""Gty of Erie"and"Cry of Buffalo-
his father's tract In the west candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. ; hard road and railroad to Bar-
i. and spent the winter there. Other set tow; good citrus land. J. R. Boul- Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-May tat to Dec.tat

tiers joined him and a settlement was MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ware, owner, Lakeland, Fla. of Properties for Sale and Rent .t.ft Buff Ucelsaa.1. '130 00 A.F.H.If. Arrive Leave Ckaled Buffalo - 1 7:JO 00 P.A.H..Anne 11.Eutem .. t.

begun which had the dignity of a 5-l-3t ( StoBdard Tine)
I hereby myself candidate
announce aa a
town at a time when a single log cabin for reflection to the office of Member of Coaoeedoof Omltad for Pat-i -Bay.TeWo,DetnNt..dtll poialiT eatadSoathftlt. Railroad
I I WANTED-To hire for month ef Maya ticket reading betweea BoflkU u4 Oereluil are god for tr..p.rlado.o. ear Meunen.Ak .
at each place marked the present sites Beard of Public Instruction Orange County, Lake Lucerne Private
: boardingand
TOW ticket agent be DciMs vul C.&: B.LHM. Write a foe BinJxm*UWratcJ Uoklrt tree.
from District No. 3, subject to the coning gentle horse and high back low
of the cities of Cleveland and Buffalo respectfidfe THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cl.v.l.nJ, 0.
primary. Very phaeton buggy, for invalid's use;; roominghouse, 10 bedrooms,1
I'. The place was one of singular natural WM. EDWARDS. I I
party owning to take care of same if
Zellweod, Fla. baths.
seven private Everything
beauty and the question of a name ossiMe. Apply 112 Grace street. -

c soon arose. FOR SUPERVISOR Of REGISTRATION i-l-lw complete, even silverware
Now, it happend that at this time a I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-electi to the office of Supervisor of and piano. This grand proposi
I' younger brother of Benjamin Tappan'sand Registration for Orange County, subject to FOR RBNT in the Cold NorthwestThe
his wife were In Italy and came the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, tion can be secured for six Up

upon the old town of Ravenna. Delighted 1914.
I FRANK H. WILLIAMS. FOR RENT-Permanently, unfur- months for $200.00, just a few
y with the'place, the young bride :: nished, at South Lake and South dollars than largest sale of music and musical. in-
r expressed to her husband the wish FOR SHERIFFI more a private
streets, lower flat has five i
nice
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor very ;
kA that somewhere In the new world Sheriff of Orange County subject to the rooms and bath and all modern con- house; coolest location in the jstruments is during the winter months. In
there might arise a town worthy to Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. veniences. Address C. Goesswein, i
city; strictly no children. N. B.
FRANK GORDON. ( )
bear the of the
name wonderful old FOR SHERIFFI Lake Davis. 4-16-t 'Florida the largest trade is during the sum-

Italian city. Also six-room cottage, furnished
; The husband Immediately thought of announce myself as a candidate for the FOR RENT-Two office
office of Sheriff of Orange County, Florida, spaces in fine mer. You should get your children interested -
complete
shade
close in
his brother In the Ohio wilds and at subject to the Democratic primary. I am a our store at No. 9 W. Church street ; ;

once dispatched a letter In which be native of Orange county. In asking the votes Come in and we will show you. Pierce ready NOW, unfurnished, North in music during the summer vaca-
learnihg
pictured the beauties of the Italian of my fellow citizens I pledge myself to discharge Electric Co. 3-29-tf
the duties of the office without fearor Orange, four blocks out. Ask I
<-ity and expressed the wish that the for the of the
favor to any man upholding tion. We Violins Mandolins Guitars
,
town then arising In the wilderness be laws and the preservation of peace and good TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- Chadwick for these and other carry ,
in the
order county.
named In its honor. WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. properties for sale or rent. Good Drums and all small musical goods and inStruction -
months later 4-26-tf
Many Benjamin Tappan
L of suitable COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION service at all times. I
despairing finding a --- -
DISTRICT NO. 3 books.
name for the town, was about to yield MISCELLANEOUS

to the wishes of his neighbors and bestow I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor I in all musical matters.
the office ef Member of the County; Let us assist you
the name of Tappan upon it Board of Public Instruction from School WANTED-Plain sewing and mend- CHADWICK
when the letter arrived. So. Insteadof Board District N.. 3, subject to the action ing. Children's clothes a specialty REAL ESTATE AND

Tappan the town was named Ravenna of the Democratic primary, June 2nd, 1914. Prices reasonable. Address Box X,
If elected I will give thoughtful attention to BUSINESS EXCHANGE W. S. BRANCH
which name It still proudly the educational interests of the county and care Sentinel. 5-5-6t : ,

r bears.-Ladies' Home JournalA i faithful service. 19 W. Church St. Phone 398. I
z : a H. GALLOWAY. WANTED-Two furnished for
rooms
r light housekeeping, centrally lo- I' The Arcade Book and Music Store
Two Meal Animal. I FOR THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC Open Evenings
INSTRUCTION, DISTRICT NO. 2 cated. Apply "G," Sentinel office.
Breakfast with bacon (or meat) is a

latter day Invention it should be re J 5-5-3t
I hereby announce myself as candidate for --- -- -- ------- -

a called. Down to almost modern times the office of Member of the County Board Board fir LOST-April 20th, between Duke : 1I1I1I111.1"'UIII13 UII 1111111111 11111.11 U I e"'H4"HtI" I '
Public Instruction from School District
man was a two meal a day animal- Hall and Colored Town west, a lellla'OI.IIICllltO..I..I..I..I..I'II'I'11111111f1.tIT'S Nti
No. 2, subject to the action of the Democrat
dinner and supper. A fifteenth century primary.). June 2nd, 1914. If elected I will small pillow case containing soiled
proverb bade him rise at 5 a. m., give. due attention to the work of the office, linen. Suitable reward if returned

dine at 9 a. m., sup at 5 p. m, go to and interests endeavor of the to county.be fair to all the school to Duke Hall. 5-5-3t TIME( TO TAKE( UP 1( N HOUSE[

ty bed and at 9 nine.p. m.". "and The Oxford thou shalt Dictionary be nine-, J. B. REDDITT. LOST-Black pocketbook, betweenmy I

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER home and Branch's book
F; Indeed gives 14C3 as the date of the of County store.
I am a candidate for the office -
Reward if returned to H. Benedict532t


"', ties flrst morning mention afterward draft of of"breakfast"It ale meant, with only or For with cen-the people District: Commissioner here to 2.the a If number best elected of of I of my Orange promise years ability county I to having am serve qualified from the resided OPENED AT 14 BRYAN r ST.The f FURNISHING R I I G Q QUESTION( I IN R REAL[ l


i} out set a about bite of his bread.work fasting.-London Everybody then the people.to know the needs Respectfully ef the section and Florida all kinds.Meat Fish Market and oysters Fresh in meatsof sea-

T Spectator. A. C. STARBIRD son. Your patronage solicited. S.
Apoplca, Fla. Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm

An Interesting Exhibit. FOR COMMISSIONER EARI ESTOur
PROPERTY in the vicinity of New
If two great shops could stand side I hereby announce pelf a candidate for
York city, with residence, to ex-
re-election as Commissioner from District No.
by side on the main street of the world 3, Orange county, Florida, subject to the change for Orlando property on cash

v and all the vices could be put in the action of the Democratic primary to be held valuation. J. M, 307 West street, stock of Rugs Draperies and Furniture are a positive !
show window of one of them and all June 2nd, 1914. Orlando, Fla. 5.3.1md&wSpray ,

the virtues in the show window of the J. L. DILLARD. delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added |

: other and all the people could by all material, insecticides and
go
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
fungicides at F. F. Dutton's Sanford pleasure to find just what want at prices that are reasona- ;
: day, all night and see the wlndowful hereby announce myself as a candidate! you
for County Commissioner Orange County, Fla. Write for prices and lit-
of virtues and the wlndowful ble in
as they were of the word.'HMMIIIIIIHIIMIMHimiMlllMMIililMMMMMMIICmMH
D:tnct Four, subject to the acttea of the erature. 4-29-lm. every sense : .
of vices as they were all the Democratic primary, June 2nd, 1914. 1 wilt ---
world would be good in the morning.- greatly appreciate your support STRAYEDA
Yours truly,
Gerald Stanley Lee's "Crowds." C. J. SWEET.

Pine Castle, Fla. dark bay mare, 10 years old, one | CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
Not In His Lana white hind foot, white star in fore-

s "They tell me." said the new reporter I announce FOR COUNTY myself as COMMISSIONER a candidate for reelection head found, will notify weigh or about return 900 to me pounds.If and. | to purchase goods on extendedpayments, without the expense of join-

who was doing an interview, to the office of County Commission:
"that have succeeded in er. Orange County, District Five subject' get reward. G. C. Schultz, Box 385,
you forging clubs other Our salesmen will this
to the decision of the Democratic primary Orlando, or southwest corner of city 1 ing or any formalities. explain
your way to the front""Sir Jute fad 1)14. e limits. 5-2-3t

," replied the self made man Respectfully.E. feature to .
n you.
coldly -you have been misinformed. L. BROWN ESTRAY PIGS
.y Ft Christmas, Fla.
os I'm no forger."-London Globe. Three estray pigs have taken up amy .'MtlllllllllllltMIIIIIIIIIMillMIHMIMIMMMMMIHMIHtlKincaid
FOR TAX ASSESSOR place three miles south of Orlando. -

,;; Passive. I hereby announce my candidacy fer the Color, red and black; marked
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County, sub
-So you lost your money In the stock ject to the action of the Demoeraitc primary) slit in left ear. and hole in right S
marketr called for Jane 2nd, 1914. If nominated and Owner can have them by calling on
elected I pledge you my faithful service. the undersigned.J. .
4 "No," replied Mr. Lambkin; "I didn't ARTHUR BUTT.
W.
PACE, Odiorne Place.
even have the fun of losing it myself. 5-l-3t & Snowden
FOR COMMISSIONERI
I took another man's tip and then allowed hereby announce myself a candidate for >
a broker play it for me.-Wuh- re-election as County Commissioner from We insure your life and loan you
ington Star. District No. 1 of Orange county, subject to money on real estate at 6 per cent
the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your interest Guarantee Life &: Loan Co.,

All Settled. support will be greatly M.appreciated.0. OVERSTREET. Curry, Building, Tampa,3-25-d&wtf Fla. Furniture of Characterat

"Have you asked your father's consent -
FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
to marry that young man r hereby announce myself a candidate for SEED! SEED! SEED!
"More than that Mother and I have Treasurer of Orange County, subject to th Garden and field seed. DeLaney &

dared him to refuse.Detroit Free Democratic primary of June J.2nd.H. TUCKER.1914. Abernethy, drugg i" 3-13-tf Popular Prices........

Press *
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
I hereby announce myself as a Candida Buy your garden seed from DeLaney -
No great characters are forced in for re-election to the office of Tax Collectoof r & Abernethy. Just received a i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida

A this world witnout lufferlaf and self Orange County, subject to tie Democrat big shipment of fresh seed. 313tfTry ,
c denial-Matthew Henry. primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If re-

n i elected I have I pledge endeavored to you to give my,v,faithful in t;. the MARTIN.past semea the Sentinel Job Department \" \,UMIIMMI I *-<' *jntAMERICAN < < :IIIa ::: : : : ::: : : : : : : : : :


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BY FIR'Mll[; COW PEASWe

HOMEOwner I THE MARKETOf

Taft Business Man Who Was Burned leaves for the north I I

Out Saturday Will Erect Concrete May 15th and has instructedus Cleanliness Of
have a limited supply IRON AND BRABHAM QualityFRESH
Store House to sacrifice the property.

COW PEAS ia stock. Write for quotations, naming Located on Main street in AND SALT MEATS

Taft, Fla., May 4.-Geo. K. Thomas quantity desired. Price sure right. high-class neighborhood. Lot
started for his Northern home in feet. Nine FISH AND GAME
77x225 large
Henderson, Pa., last Friday evening.He Also have to offer in any quantity Bean, Cuke and
I rooms and bath, garage nnd Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
will stop at Savannah, Ga., for a
Potato hampers at 91-2 cents. We carry constantly a full servants house. The homeis
few days to visit his sister, Mrs. Wm. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Wa ;er. line of crate material of all kinds. completely furnished and
A. E. Boyce leaves today for his surrounded with beautiful and pure.
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car
home in Tennessee. He was called shade trees. Owner has occupied We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

home by the serious illness of his riers, etc., Phones 181191. the property and received everything in the Meat Line.

wife. an income of $100 per
The burning of the Taft hotel, the month from
furnishod
postoffice, W. G. Sphaler's store, withhis F. IF. Dutton rooms
for The
the past six months. Reasonable PARLOR MARKET
I large stock of goods, and other
buildings, is quite a serious loss to terms if necessary.
the entire town. The hotel and furniture SANFORD, FLORIDA This is a fine location for a
4-29-lm. [ house.Cooper H E M. Self & Co.
store building and other build rooming .
ings, owned by D. B. Sphaler, are a
total loss. No insurance. W. G. ,.I.II.III.I.I.II'IIIII..IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.. $ Atha PINE STREET

Sphaler had $5,000,insurance on goodsin
the store which will not cover half 114 South Phone No. 80MIIIIIIIIOniMllltllllllHlt
Orange Ave., Ground Floor
of his loss. The contents of the post-j
office were all burned, unless something i Phone No. 311HimiiiiMttMtlMIMw
p is recovered from the safe after 1

it cools. The postoffice now is located: '
." ,11,1111,1111111111111111111111111111111111111We
in Mrs. Moon's building until othearrangements r

are made. It is rather .
ForSaleModern
primitive. No post marking stamp, a ; Will Put the Reins \

few borrowed postage stamps, no THE t NV) RSAL CAR -
boxes, no "nothin." How the fire of
started is a mystery. .Mrs. Gartman Just arrived car load 8-room : Success in Your
and two of W. G. Sphaler's little
girls came very near being burned in FORDS for immediate House 2 doors : ; Hands '

the hotel, for after they,.:were awakened .
by a darky they hardly had timeto delivery. I west of Wyom- ; How?
By with
furnishing
get out in their night clothes, ing Hotel. Bar- : : you ;

which is all the clothing that Mrs. Get yours now a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ; ;
Gartman saved. Mr. Gartman (who gain
was absent) alsb lost all of his clothing F. G. RUSE 1 call on you. He will give you a ;
except his working suit that he s ssssssssssms
Phone 226 formula that will make and
had ; ; mature
on. They were in charge of the
A. L.
Bentley
hotel and lost considerable other fruit.
; ;
your
.
property in bedding, furniture, etc. 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEPLANTSPLANTSPLANTS
Mr. W. G. Sphaler is not discouragedand

expects soon to open another e
store in the Hamilton block if it can .

be secured, and will immediately commence -
building a large concrete building T nt rll r rtm r Co3

for a store, east of the railroad. r I pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy
Miss Francis Dennis and her friend, Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato I
plants. P. 11. Shanibarger, Pine Castle ORLANDO
Miss Hattie Hillman, of Orlando, Fla. 4-21-lOt Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA

were callers in town on Saturday,,

visiting Mrs. Helen Dennis and viewing Who is your painter and decorator? IttMMMillMMMIMftfHiHliHMIMM- - --- HIIIIM.
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the ruins of the fire. If you are satisfied keep the one you
Sentinel want
advertising serves The Sentinel is the newsiest ark
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
Mrs. Wilson, of Palmetto, Fla., wasa No. 636. 1-20-tf the seeker and the offerer equally. best printed daily in Central Florida
guest of Mrs. Ava Payne las

Wednesday.Mrs.. Mary. F. Moon and Mrs. Fit To the West and NorthwestVIA \MTMHIIMIIilMMillllMMMMMIMIMMMIIiMillllillltiitttlMlllimiMMW. ;

Hecker were guests of Mr. and Mrs
A. L. Wright at Orlando one day las: --


week.J.. .D. Miller was taken very iIllast l DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND M. SLEMONSNew
night but is a little better this morn
ing. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED .


DETECTIVES FOR FRANK' ON
STAND I Limited.Dire Dixie Flyer.v SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

Orlando. A. C. L..IZ:31am 3:13 pm I T Orlando, ........................ 3:13pm Goods Arriving Daily
r Jacksonville,. A. C. L.... J:4Sam '%:30 pqa r Jacksonville ..................... 7JOpm:
Atlanta, Ga., May 4.-Two private T Jacksonville,. A. C L... ':3hm 8:U pm T Jacksonville,. A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm:
T WtycroM A. C. L..1l:50am 10:25 pm T Waycross A. C. L. ............
detectives said to be in the ,10.20pm
employ of r Macon G. S. a: F....... S:13pm 4:15 am Macon.. G. S. ft F. .............. 5:46am
counsel for Leo M. Frank, the factory r Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 7: 5af r Atlanta,. C. of Ga. .............. 7rt2 a n:
under r Chattanooga W. &: A..12:18 11:55 am r Knoxville L. A N. ............12:19 pn:
superintendent sentence o : r Cerbin, L. ft: N. ................
;death for the murder here of Mary r NashTffle N. C. St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville,. L. ft: N. .............. 3:16pa 8:00pn:: I
Phagan, a factory girl, were expected At St. Loan, L c.A L.A N. Z:60 pm 7 30 am I r Ind napol II. pa. L. ............ 1:50 aa ,
Ar Lexington L. ft N. ............ We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
.......... I 8:50pn
to appear as witnesses here today Ar Hopkmsnlle L. AN. 6:%7 pm Ar Cmcinanti. L. ft N. ............. 8: 0pn
when Solicitor Hugh M. Dorsey resumed Ar Evansvffle.. L. AN..... 9:%8 am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo G. R. ft L ..........12:20pn made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Ar Tern Haute C ft E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am I r Grand Rapid a R. ft L ....... 2:.5pn
the his counter showing against' Af_ Chicago C. & E. L no.. 6:50 pm 5:50 am r Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:15 an Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and ToweL
1 motion for a new trial before!

Judge Ben Hill, of the superior court. Solid train,. DIXIE composed LIMITED of section drawing. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.,
Charges of alleged bribery and criminal room sleeping cars, observation eempartmeat Solid train,. composed of electric lightei
operations have been made cars 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
against the detectives by other witnesses ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis.d Jacksonville,. Louisville and ana Cincinnati Indianapolis and

introduced by the state, an DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville a rod;
it was intimated that the officers! Solid train carrying electric lighted tom Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car betw eon
4 would be interrogated as to these accusations. !.. ighted artment section observation drawing-room sleepers.l pftl.and electlic First-'I Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Monday
lass coaches and smoking car. Dining carerves and Tharsdars of each week. Dining ear W. M SLEMONS
meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati ,

We wish tome one would show u,s 'R TICKETS. PULLMAN BESHBYJaWKS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL 0* URANGE AVENUEIIIIHiliiiilKlllfltllllllMllltMCtHMHIIHilllimiMMI
a quick and easy way to spel] W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Ajent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Ages. '

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FRANK DETECTIVE ON.THE---PAN-- ..--
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iIf, Atlanta, Ga., May 5.-Dan C. Le-

hon, local representative of a national -
If
..
ECKIr detective agency, was held here today -

j; .. under a $1,000 appearance bondto
I .." .
: :- testify before the Fulton counutygrand
Ir
I jury in connection with the
\ '
.' case of Leo M. Frank, under death '. .' .' ::j.:: .:.' .:
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sentence for the murder in April of

I last year of Mary Phagan, a factory


THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO girl.When the hearing upon the extra- .. .. : r. .

ordinary motion for a new trial for : .:. .
.. ..
.
Frank was resumed before Judge Ben ,
H. Hill of the this NH: '
superior court ;.- I \ .. .:
I morning, Hugh M. Dorsey, solicitor \
general, opposing the motion, requested -
HAVE PAID TWICE
? PERHAPS YOU that Lehon be held under .
,reasonable bond to his I.
secure -
appearance + THAT LAG'
R have known the bitterness of I -
Perhaps you
before the grand jury. Mr. Dor- k

paying a bill the second time. sey stated that Lehon's testimonywas :; stands for the protection of life
desired in connection with the investigation -
With a checking account at this Bank you of circumstances sur- and property of American Citizens .
k
: are sure of having receipts that the Courts of the rounding the securing of the affidavitof 1111111 everywhere !
ti Rev. C. B. Ragsdale, which later

:1', United States recognize as valid. *t .t; ..! was repudiated. The original Rags- -1 IIIII1 and
dale affidavit asserted that the min- : tllhIil the same Government
If you want to hear how this "double payment protects
ister had heard James Conley, a ne-
.or.. protection" is arranged, call at the bank at your gro factory sweeper, confess that he -: iiiiri their finances when entrusted to :

first convenience. We will explain fully. had murdered Mary Phagan. : :. 'JI (_. to this "National" Bank, which is
said that he
Mr. Dorsey requestedthat
l ; : :{. under Government
Y L Lehon be placed under bond as supervision
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Or- -
the detective's home was in New
leans. Judge Hill granted the request .. ----
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,---. -......... '-)..- .---. '-. ..,.. immediately, fixing the amountat r4.: ---- ._._ ---i:.
... \ $1,000, which was immediately fur-
.pi -...-,.--.1::. t.f..
t nished by the detective. .


i SPARKMAN BACK IN WASHING.. Ai:; I

TON AFTER VACATION .; i .
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MRS. MCELROY ENTERTAINED JUNIORS ANTICIPATING PLAYGROUNDS r .. ."-- .-
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Washington May -Representative -
OUTFIT
CARD CLUBS '
Emmett Wilson of the Third

:- A interest is felt by the Florida congressional district securedthe D. \ D"
Mrs. J. N. McElroy very delightful deepest
through the house last {.r. Ip l .
passage .
,
ly entertained the members of the Junior Civic League over procuringan ; '. .
evening of the bill appropriating $30- :
Nullos, T. B. and Royal Auction I equipment which has been orderedfbr .
000 for finishing and remodeling the

.. Bridge clubs, and a few guests Circle at I I Park.the play ground section of Eola Pensacola public building. .....:. :. ,, : ,: : '. .,.' .:.-: .' ...... .... .. ..f.-..:.... : :.1:'
her attractive home on Lucerne ::: < ( (.:r :::?>\,:":': : ; _: :::: rr' ', ..: :: : : : : :
Representative Stephen Sparkman
yesterday. The afternoon was spent This is to be the Junior League's: .
has returned from Tampa, but did not
in card playing, and the prizes were gift to the park and will provide de.
back with him solution of the
bring a
>
? won by Mrs. Edward Hauselt and lightfully for the enjoyment of chil. OLIVET COMMANDERY TO HAVE UNCLAIMED LETTERSList J. H.; Reed J.; Rogers, Harvey T.;
Miss Kilmer. Tampa postoffice contest. Some de- Simon, Weston; Stewart, Ralph; Sier-
: in the dren.After tails remain to be ironed out before SESSION ON MAY 14 of letters remaining uncalled I vert, H.; Sonneborn, Harry; Sloan
: The decorations drawingroom
very careful consideration b y he makes a recommendation for that for in the Orlando, Florida, postofficefor Foster; Scott, Emanuel; Waters, R.
and library were "Brown-eyed Mrs. Beeman and Mrs. Laughlin, the office. the week ending May 2, 1914. S.; Way, Will; Neil, 1423 Hubbard
nasturtiums, and thoseof Olivet Commandery, No.4, Knights St. 610 W. Church St.
Susans" and committee in charge, they decided tc. When calling for same please say ;
the dining room, where Mrs. Ceo. Templar, will tender a supper to the "advertised." Women's List-Brown, Miss Minnie -
order what the catalogue terms a L JACKSON BUYS HOME ON WEST members of the commandery on W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. ; Balwin Miss E.; Bronson, Mrs.
R. Newell served delicious punch, "play station"-which has see-saws CENTRAL AVENUEMr. 14, at 6 o'clock. The Men's List-Adams, George; Beas- Celestine; Hollenback, Mrs. George;
Thursday May
i were of pink roses. slides, athletic devices and variou: ley, Arthur; Biggs, J. D.; Braswell, Jordan, Miss; Jones, Mrs. Wm. Y.;
Mrs. McElroy, assisted by her two other for healthful recreation.As Red Cross work will be conferred Hardy S.; Bonynge, Edward; Bucka- Jackson, Mrs. Dinkey; ueen, Miss
daughters-in-law, served a dainty means Gus Jackson and wife, of Apopka upon three candidates from Kissimmee lew, A. M.; Clifton, Henry; Coffin, Anna; Stephens, Mrs. Gus; Sykes,
the close of the the cost will be decidedly mon have purchased the Walter Jor at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and Dr. and Mrs. C. E.; Dimps, Shade; Mrs. F. A.; Smith, Mrs. F. L D.;
cream course at than the Juniors have now in the!r dan home. The residence is a two- the Temple work will be conferred at Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs. Archie R.; Simpson, Mrs. C. H.; Wellman, Rachel -
.& games. treasury, gifts toward completinj Ferry, E. P.; Griffin, C. G.; Grayah, C.; Woodrng, Mrs. Elizabeth R.;
any g house and the lot contains threeacres
story 7:30 in the evening. The wives and Mr. and Mrs. Frank; Hicks, H. H.; I Wiggins, Mrs. Fannie.
'. Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,., the purchase price will be gratefull y; of fine garden land. The deal. daughters of the officers will serve Harpe, F. H.; Henderson, B.; Jennings Package-Doris Bonita EzzelL ,
i for prices on Cow Peas 429mI received. was closed through the ChadwiclReal : the supper. W. L.; Jennings, Willis; Jen- "
Estate and Business Exchange,, I son, Albrecht; Jefferson, Walter;
Sentinel ads.
want
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Jones, John E. Jackson, A. J. Lig-I are money
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PORCH SHADES

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

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COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORENOTIONS .


HOSIERY, GLOVES, LACES, TRIMMINGS, DRESS GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, SHOES AND GROCERIES, MILLINERY, DRESSMAKING, READY-TO-WEAR
FURNITURE, RUGS, CHINA AND GLASSWARE-EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME.

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