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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 7, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLfc. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS


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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1914. NUMBER 71.




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GIVEN[ NEARING[ WINE[ V VOTERS[ Delivers Growing an Plants Interesting for Producing Address on Resolutions fore the Adopted Local Trustees and Placed and Be- II i0 CONFER[ wn HUERTA r E ENVOYS Y YI



Essential Oils School Board I- .

FIVE SPEAKERS APPEAREDAT COURT NAMES RfCfWffi[ [ f FOR R -
SHALL BOY ml fROM TRAIN VILLA BEING RELIED UPON
ORLANDO OPERA In speaking of oil farming in Flor- The regular school term will be

HOUSE LAST NIGHT THE G GRAND D THATfRJudge [ ida petroleum is not meant, as rock continued to the conclusion by the MOVING ATRAPLU SPEED[[O TO CRUSH HUERTA AND

oil is not known to exist in the Pe- teachers of the grammar and primary END MATTERS

ninsular state, but instead the makingof grades, and will not be suspended be- -

ATTENM E AUDIENCE HEARD[ ) TEM Perkins Appoints Gray Rush oils and gums from the products cause of the refusal of the superintendent Miraculous Escape From Death of

to Take Charge of the Busi- of cultivated trees, shrubs and vinesis to sign the warrants. Seven Year Son of St. Cloud Mll NOT T RftObNUE E H mIA REGIME

ness Office intended. I Following the action of the trustees

EACH GIVES HIS REASONS FOR The office of drug plant, poisonous and school board in ordering the sus- Parents BELIEVED THAT FIRST DEMAND

WANTING TO GO TO CON plant, physiological and fermentation I pensoin of the grades mentioned because .
The Grand theater, which haspassed WILL BE THAT HUERTA GOVERNMENT
CRESS AND TELLS WHY OPPONENTS investigation, bureau of plant industry they saw no way in which the Clyde Booth, the seven year old son

through many vicissitudes, is United States department of agriculture teachers could be paid in view of the of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Booth, of St. SHALL BE G\YEN
SHOULDN'T BE -ALLOWED
in
: now charge of a receiver
appointed
is in charge of B. H. True I attitude taken by the superintendent Cloud, fell out of the window of the RECOGNITION BY THE UNITED
TO GET THERE I by Judge James W. Perkins, Mr.
Gray
and S. C. Hood. Several bulletins the teachers held a meeting yesterday 3:31 south bound train yesterday afternoon STATES I
Rush been named II
having to fill the
have been issued by these experts on morning and passed the following resolutions and broke his leg.
Four candidates for congress fromthe position.
camphor, and oils from various fruits : I Mr. and Mrs. Booth and three children
fourth district appeared before an Mr. Rush took charge of the box Washington, May 6.-(Specil.)-
and plants. Both gentlemen hav Whereas, We, the teachers of the were returning from Jackson
audience of fair proportions at the office yesterday, and will remain in The situation in the Mexican '
been engaged at different times inI Orlando public school, have been informed ville, and just this side of Longwood, trjigle
Orlando opera house last night and charge until the affairs of the business I tonight shows that PresidentviI.on's
experiments in Florida. The station I by the trustees of the local in some unaccountable way, the little
for two hours held their hearers in i .
reliance
present in
are adjusted.Mr. for this oil work is at Orlando. In I tax district of the action of the county fellow fell through the window. He carrying out his

telling of their qualifications for the B. G. Benson was manager 01 f discussing this subject before the last I board, based upon the resolution o;f was not missed until the train Mexican policy is Villa. j

office. the business until the receiver was meeting of the Florida State Horticultural the local board, suggesting the sus reached Altamonte, when it was The A. B. C. mediators are taking
Messrs. W. H. Malone W. J. Sears
appointed, having succeeded Mr. Har society, Mr. Hood said: I pension of the grammar and primae back-tracked to find him lying by the their work seriously, but the presi
Acosta and Albert M.
St. Elmo W.
rytrack
ry DeLaney. Troubles arose between There is probably no state I grades of our schools on account : with a broken leg and a badly dent is not eager to commit his policy
Williamson in behalf of
appeared Messrs. Benson and DeLaney andcourt the< cultivation of so many species of the inability of the 'teachers to col bruised body. The train was going into their hands and will avoid the
their individual candidacies and Mr.
action is BOW pending agains economic plants are tried as in Flot r- lect salary for services, we hereby about forty-five miles an hour, and appointment of American representatives -
G. J. Strozier of Winter Garden
ap- both, as the result of a falling ou ida.; Our population coming, as theydo express our willingness to continu it is a great wonder that he escaped to confer with those of Huertaas

peared in behalf. of Congressman that the former associates had. Mr from all parts of the world, bring the schools for the remainder of th alive. The train was met here by Dr. long as possible. The president's

Claude. L'Engle.Mr. .Benson is resting under an accusationof with them the plants they have grownin term, for the good of the pupils and Beardall and the little boy was taken. real mediator is Villa, whom he hopes
B. Beacham introduced the
I assault and battery and Mr. DeLaney their own country, or in other partsof for the purpose of avoiding confusionin to McEwan's hospital to have his limb. will crush Huerta and thus end them
Mr. Strozier the first
speakers being
,
is to be given a hearing on the this country. Our wide range of promotions, trusting to our friends bandaged. His parents will take hi I tangle.
He alluded to Mr. L'Engle's work at
charge of embezzlement. soil and climatic conditions makes I of the local and county boards to use home today, where Mr. Booth is: It appears certain that the three

Tallahassee in breaking up the corrupt The Grand under the managementof success possible with a large number their utmost efforts to see that we receive agent for the A. C. L mediators and the Huerta representatives -
lobby there, saying that he spoke I
I
from for he had both DeLaney and Benson was one of these plants, and there is probablyno remuneration, agreed upon i in II I will agree on the recognition of
personal experience
of the foremost picture play houses horticultural society whose reports the contracts signed I HYEAR'S of the
been identified with legislaturefor by us. MEMPHIS MAKES BID FOR NEXT: as one essential first
several every of the state, giving the best to be ha dl I cover as many species of fruits, vegetables W. S. Coleman, principal; L W. steps, toward a just solution of the
to the 1907.
years up year {in picture plays and specialties, and field crops and ornamentals Chittenden, Grace Holt, Beulah Ro- REUNION I II Mexican problem. In return for this
He said that the stand taken by Mr. I
the patrons of the place sincerely regret -I as this society. It is not my purpose ney, Hannah Peter, Jennie E. Baas, Huerta will agree to salute the American -

L'Engle required courage and determination the troubles that have comeabout. today to add names to the already Minnie Groves, Bessie Miner, Mrs. W. Jacksonville, Fla., May 6.-Hundreds flag in reparation for the Tamed -
and that
such the character
was -
of the I I long list grown in the state, but I to G. Johnson, Sophie Bauskett, Mrs. J., of persons today were turn i pico insult.

Mr. Strozier man. took Receiver Rush promises to keep the give some additional information concerning -)I M. Brady, E. C. McQuarters, JewelY away from the entrance of Morocco I In his final word to O'Shaughnessy

incidentally a attractions\ up to the high standard.| plants which have already Womble, Mary L. Branham, Bessie temple at the first official session of and just before the
expiration of
shot at the division talk that
county
He was formerly manager of the' been reported to you, and to report I I Furen, Bernice Smith, Olive Taylor the United Confederate Veterans'twentyfourth President Wilson's ultimatum
Huerta
,
has been going the rounds, and saidthat I I
house. '
the results of several years' expe rr-; Mary Young. annual reunion. The said he didn't
he hoped that candidatefor I see why he should be
every mental work with them. I I I The local trustees and county board seating capacity of the building was compelled to salute the flag of
the legislature in a
gov
Orange
countywould FUNSTON APPOINTS COURT TO Every year we pay foreign conj n.I I immediately accepted the services of taxed to the utmost and all available ernment which did not
be made recognize him
to pledge himself on TRY SNIPERS i I tries more than for the teachers in standing room was occupied. II
the question before the primary. So iI I $5,000,000 car i-1 II'I a note as follows: as the responsible head of Mexican

enthused in his did he become i, phor] and essential oils. Practically! To the Teachers of the Orlando Veterans and members of allied organizations affairs.

subject Vera Cruz, May 6.-(Special.)- all the materials used for the Schools The
:
manufacture i- joint board of Orlando were welcomed to the city
that when the allotted time was up i Should Huerta be able to hold his
Gen.
Mr. Strozier didn't hear the call of Funston today appointed his of perfumes, toilet preps ra i-j I trustees and county board of ins true- and state by Gov. Park Trammell I, position in Mexico until May 18 President

'first military court. It will sit May tions, disinfectants, soap scents, a ridho tion are highly gratified by your 10y-1 Representative Frank Clark and
the time and Wilson will be forced
keeper kept going. to appoint
11 for the trial of five snipers w a large portion of our flavoring extracts > al and public spirited decision to con- Mayor Van S. Swearingen. Responseswere
Mr. Malone followed Mr. Strozier.He 'I I representatives to confer with Huer- .
said during the first and second days of are of foreign origin. While time the city schools as stated inI I made by Gen. Bennett H. Young, ta's
that Mr. Strozier had said envoys or repudiate mediation.
the fighting were caught shooting at some of these materials are securedonly your communication and pledge the commander( in chief of the United
that he had been asked to appear in Either horn of the dilemma is dis
behalf of Mr. L'Engle and make United States sailors while they wean re in the tropics, and can not be board to every possible effort to see I Confederate Veterans, and Gen. Geo.P. tasteful.

concealed in boats in the harbor. The produced in this country commercially you honorably and Harrison
equitably paid a C- commander of the de-
excuse for him. Mr. Malone denominated If
it
court was empowered vto impose sentences i- yet by far the larger amount ;, cording to contract and meanwhileextend partment of Tennessee. appears that Villa is about to
this
said that Mr.expression L'Engle as had very been apt.about He including the death sentence i! can and ought to be produced in our\ you thanks and the patrons of Reference to the impending crisisin ; officials overwhelm Huerta, army and navy
expect decisive
own Southern states. the schools our hearty Mexico was made in the a step from
the I! congratulad welcoming
poorest excuse that the people of Huerta
THE WEATHER I! As many of you know, ,the United speeches of both Governor Trammelland to precipitate a crisis with
Florida had ever sent to Washington; Florida: Generally fair States t the United States that will bring the
that he had his Thursday department of agriculture has i Signed for the trustees: Representative Clark. The former -
destroyed usefulnessas
i
and Friday. i( for< the past five years maintained in i C. E. HOWARD, President. assured the veterans that "our American army to Mexico City before
a representative by antagonizi"ngevery I I Villa.
this state an experiment station for I For the i men would
member of the Florida county board of instruction at a moment's call, gladly

and had the delegation HOW TO PRONOUNCE THEM the experimental work on the comi -t : rally to the flag, and again, undaunted Anticipating this contingency per
finally capped climax
by antagonizing the Considerable difficulty is experienced i- mercial production of camphor and!I JAS. A. KNOX, President. face death upon the battle field." mission has been given Gen. Funstonto

'., president by English speaking people in essential oils in Florida. This sta- I Representative Clark declared, "The extend the American lines to protect -
.e measure which he had
the upon op- the pronunciation of the names of tion, which was established primarily FINE FOR SPEEDERS TO BE boys of the South are only waiting his position and active preparations

pod the exemption president clause was of the the repeal Panama of people and places in connection with for the camphor work, has enlarged: I I i I. CREASED BY COURT IX-I for a summons, and if it should un for war are going on in the war

canal act. Mr. Malone said that Mr. the present trouble in Mexico. There the scope of its work until at present j. There were thirteen cases bef ore happily come, our full quota will be and navy departments. Following

L'Engle had always are more than "fifty-seven varieties" we have under cultivation more than I II,the municipal court yesterday, most I promptly furnished and no braver further vain attempts to get Car-

champion of the people posed, yet as being he had a of pronunciation and it is not to be fifty species and varieties of plants of them for speeding. The mayor I troops will march to the attack of the ranza to enter the peace negotiations

taken a stand on this question which wondered at for the reason that the yielding essential oils of commercial : said after the court session that the I Huerta soldiers than the sons of those on a basis of neutrality it was for

would operate to the benefit of names are sometimes Spanish, sothe me- importance, and through our in penalty I for speeding would be increased -! who, fifty years ago, unflinchingly mally announced today that he te

Standard Oil company, the Un times Indian and often a combinatred ion ductions from foreign countries the i hereafter. There will be no ,followed the fortunes of the stars and eliminated from the conference of the

of both. ( list is continually growing. In this! more one dollar fines.BASEBALL bars. Latin-American mediators.

Fruit company and the steel trust, From a Western exchange we reprint I brief paper I shall mention onlmay p a I Representative Clark
lamented
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and put millions of dollars '
into the treasury of these annually the following table, which few of the most promising ones. I RESULTS fact that so many were missing fr ohm Many social features of the reunion

tions. In his own behalf Mr.corpora Malone serve as a rough-and-ready guide in';I By far the largest single item ins National League the ranks of the Confederate vet took place today. One of the most

said that Key West was a part of the pronouncing words mostly unfamiliar our list of imported aromatic proNew York 3, Brooklyn 5. erans. "Soon," he continued, the spectacular events was the parade of

fourth district, but had never had to American ears: ducts is camphor, with a market of Pittsburg 1, Chicago 0. las\ Confederate soldier will crossover the maids and sponsors. .
any H
uerta-Ooo-ER-tah. about $2,000,000 a year. As St. Louis 0, Cincinnati the river
representation in he didn't you 3. to the great reunion. Routine business sessions were held

think that Jacksonville congress should; have VillaVEEyah.ZacatecasZacah. know, practically all of this product Boston-Philadelphia; wet grounds. The few of you who still are left by the Sons of Veterans.

TAY-cas. iTamaulipas secured in the mountains of Formosa American should be
half of the congressional delegationof League supremely happy that you They will be guests of honor tonight
k -LEE-pas. and is in the hands of the Japanese Cleveland 1, St. Louis 7.gum lived to see this day-happy becausethe at
the state. The congressman at a reception and dance.
QueretaroKayRETaroh.. camphor monopoly. The Washington 0, New York 4. I government of
Southern
large and the two senators, he said every While there is no by which
Jalisco-Hah LEES-co. way a
is
secured by the steam distillation of Philadelphia 7, Boston 3. state is in the hands of
;
our
: d were from Jacksonville. It didn't people roster of the
visitors could be made
,
Guanajauto-Gwah-nah-WAH-to. the wood I
of native forest trees, and Chicago 2, Detroit 4. and because you know Southland
make difference which candidatefor your it is estimated that
any Oaxaca-Wah-HAH-kah. iTexcoco carried in by tonight there
on the most primitivemanner. Federal League never again shall be
senator was elected he would still Tes-CO-co. overrun by will be dose to 100,000 visitors here.
The workmen are pushing Chicago 12, Buffalo 4. an infamous horde of vultures
carpetbag
be from Jacksonville; if either All is excitement and bustle alon
-Tay-WAHN-tay-pec. 1Tampico and further into the savage St. Louis 7, Baltimore 8. and seats of power shall
never
L'Engle or Acosta or Williamson was the banks of Hogan creek whe&Camp
Tam-PEE-co. districts of the island, and it is bKansas be ,
pi City 4, Pittsburg 10.orty again disgraced and desecrated by
elected
he
would be from
Jackson
Kirby Smith is
Torreon situated. The
t -Tor-ray-OWN. ably only a question of
thirty or f Indianapolis-Brooklyn wet incumbency of
; grounds. an ignorant brutal
't ville. This he didn't regard big well
as a Hidalgo- -DAHL-go. 3 years before the wild supply is exhausted Southern League and inferior negro race. camp, drained and nicel*
square deal for the rest of the state. San Luis PotosiSahnLooEESPotoSEE. 1 shaded, is pronounced by the veteran
He said and the industry can only be Memphis 6, Nashville 6. Fourteen "Your struggles were not in vain.
further that the fourth dis- as being of the best
one ever affordedby
fe ftrict ]perpetuated by reforestation and cutting -f] :innings; darkness Now that we are in full possessionof
>* contained more sea coast than Coahuila Co-a-WEE-lah. I a reunion city. The brown duck
t 1 the trees as is now done; or byj I Chattanooga 4, Atlanta 4. Eleven our own we will maintain it.
any other district in the United I of which the *
tents made does
Aguas Calientes are ,
AH-gwas Cahplanting] the trees in groves, and innings! ; darkness. "The best blood of the South
States, and he thought it of great importance leh EN tess. was away with the glare that would ad-
-
1 1Guerrero
; trimming off the leaves. Since a tree Mobile 5, Montgomery 2. spilled in the defense of the flag in
that
J'' this district should the representative from -Gher-RARE-o. J must be at least fifty years old beforethe Birmingham 4, New Orleans 0. 1898 when the sons of men who followed company the use of a lighter colored
be a man who hadan material.
TlaxcalaTlasKAHlah.
1 1Tuxpam camphor content is Lee
sufficient to South Atlantic League and Jackson stepped to the

merce.understanding Mr .Malone(of marine com -TOOS-pam. :make cutting profitable, it is probablethat Charleston 3, Columbus 1. I front in defense of the flag. And Memphis Sent Biggest Delegation

[V in said that he had Chihuahua-Chee-WAH-wan. the camphor industry of the Savannah 7, Macon 0. even now while war clouds are gathering Memphis, Tenn., which is in the
the
1 'ptwelve admiralty courts for I The syllables capitalized are those ture will be an agricultural one, fund Albany 8, Columbia 4. over unhappy Mexico, the boysof field as a candidate for the reunion
'
years, and
,F 1 on this subject possessed knowledge -, here the accent should be placed. the gum secured by the distillation of Augusta 8, Jacksonville 1. I the South are only waiting for the i!in 1915, sent perhaps the biggest del
which would be
$11' of We hope the table may prove 'a con the leaves. summons. If it should egation of any city. Headed by a
: \ great advantage to him and to the; venience to readrs. e In order to I unhappily j I I brass band the from the
delegation
\i 'district in the event of his carry out this methodand The Farmers' Bank and Trust Co., come, our full quota will be promptly

1. :. : He also referred to elecs lion.of to make possible the use of machinery of West Palm Beach will rebuild its j furnished and no braver troops will I Tennessee city arrived last night. It
his ,
eight in the service Fashion magazines for June at instead of hand labor, the home. The plans submitted for improvement march to the attack of the Huerta !:carried a huge banner on which are

'.li as member years of both Florida legislaturea Curtis & O'Neal's book, stationeryand I trees should be planted in hedges I I J show a banking house that soldiers than the sons of those who ;! the words, "Memphis in 1915." Each

.J;.. the house and music store, next postoffice. Croquet about fifteen feet and i *member of the delegation wears a t
fifty
(Continued on apart kept will be unexcelled by any south cf years ago unflinchingly followed

t..:; page 8)) sets. I (Continued on page 4) Jacksonville. the fortunes of the stars and bars." badge with the same motto.pk" .

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If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,
,
we ask you to put us to the test We ask for your business only on the basis of Today

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

are all right, then why not put us to the test.
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This Way best entertainers in the South. Come give them the once

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Your doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your "Back tO Broadway," comedy drama, Vitagraph, 2 parts.

case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.
11 One cannot afford to miss
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saved the trouble of going to your doctor again. "To Alaska Via Great Rivers North scenic, Essanay.


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

high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled just "THAT" ORCHESTRAof

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

i, dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people MMliifl+ ii ik

3 and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate

-it chanoes this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take Orlando Bank & Trust Co

p these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business

People who.live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage. Statement at Close of Business April 11, 191-t


RESOURCESReal

I Estate, Furniture and Fixtures .. .$ 26,431.37
Loans and Discounts . . .. .. . 378,166.1-1
DeLaney & Abernethy Overdrafts .. .. .. .. ... .. ... . 1,225.3
Stocks and Bonds . . . ... .. .. 26,018.33
Cash on Hand and due from Banks .. .. .. 473,059.02

z Next Door tOe Store. .. Orlando, Florida. $90,906.09

.iP k, LIABILITIES
Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

Re-Discounts .. ... .. . .. . .. . None
COMPTROllffi[ RCOMMmOS[ [ ONE[ I'I."IIIIIII'IIII..IIII..I'IIIII.IIIIIIII..111111Irll". Bills payable .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . None

Mill REDUCTION R[ U IN TAXS[ :: I Deposits .. ... .. . .. . .. 770,793.72Due

to Banks and Bankers . .. . .. . 2,832.59
' Special Sale i
Thinks the Pension Fund Can Stand $904,906.09
This Reduction Without Depleting -
F the Treasury
OF ,: Deposits March 4, 1914 . .. .. .. .$649,484.91
Tallahassee, Fla., May 5.-State IIi Deposits April llth, 1914 .. .. . .. 770,793.72
{ Comptroller W. V. Knott has just
made a recommendation to Governor Increase ia 37 days .. .. .. .. .. ... 121308.81

Trammell for a reduction in the Gas Ranges Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . .. . .. .. 521,167.38
amount of the state tax millage. The Ii Deposits April 11th, 1914 .. ... .. . 770,793.72
comptroller has been compiling data L. .
for some time, and making careful III.I. Increase in 100 days .. ... .. .. .. 249,626.34Increase
estimates to determine, first, whetheror I.I,
not a reduction would be advisable; I I.I.I. t of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
and, secondly, if made, what amountof I. : The officers and directors of the O lando'Bank and
reduction could be safely recom-,ilI. Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
mended. Mr. Knott today addressed'i: Realizing that now is the best time to put in a Gas : friends and customers for making such a statement pos
letter to the which con- I I sible. ,
a governor i: Range, so as to get the benefit of it during the hit weather :
tains a recommendation for a reduc- ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
tion of 1 mill of the 71-2 mill state ::. entire stock of Ranges at a great
we are offering our
tax for the coming tax )Oear. His letter I. :::::::::II: :: : : ::::::
_follows_n_n_:_ :: reduction during the next two weeks.
p Tallahassee, May 4, 1914. I
r Hon. Park Trammell, Governor, Ex- Our proposition is this: To THE WEST .f __ _iillammond&Qore
have service in house "
;, ecutive Offices, Capitol: If you already pipes your we r
Dear Sir:-In further reference toy will give you VIASEWNOLE
the matter of reducing the pension I
: millage about which we had verbal LIMITED

conversation, and about which I wrote I 20 per cent offon Lv Orlando ,_ ______ 3:13
-- -- -- pm I 1 I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
I beg to advise that
recently
you Ar Jacksonville uu_____- 7:30 pm
since that time I have collected some\-- Lv Jaclllonville,lla."A.C.1. 9:00 pm I
data with regard to prospective as any range in the house.If ,Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11-J.O pm REAL VALUES LOW PRICES l
sessed valuation for this and : Lv Upton, Ga., A. C. L_.__ 1:15 am
year, your service is not already in we will give you :Ar Albany, Ga.,A. C. L.___. 2:40 am COMPARE
I also another pension quarterly pay- : Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am
; ment has been made, and with the in- : Ar Columbus Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
formation and estimates before me, 10 per cent off. Ar Opdika, Ala., C. of Ga. 7:30 am OUR FURNITUREWe
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Ala.
I feel justified in recommending to : Birmingham C. of Ga.12:05 p I
Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12G5 pm
you a reduction of 1 mill in the levy : and install the service (up to 60 feet.) Ar Jackson, Ifcan., I. C.u__ 7:46 pm provide the quality furniture that has long
to be made for the year 1914. I feel : Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C.----_-- 9:35 pm been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
confident that this reduction of 1 mill I Ar Cairo, Ill., I. G.-________11:67 pm standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
FREE OF CHARGEon
Ar Oarbondale, III, I. C_.__12:13 am
:
c can be made without any danger wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:63 am
what ever of depleting the pension streets where we have mains. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
funds lower than an amount which Ar Centralia, Ill., L C._____ 1:38 am this business, and that means much to any buyer. I
r Ar Moon, HL, I. C.__..... 3:20 am .
would be ample at all times to meets Call and see our line of Ranges and Ar Champaign, III, I. C.____ 4:29 am
the pension payments as they fall Ar Kankak'ee, HI., K C._.__ 6:20 am
due. It is possible that a still further Ar Ohicago, HI, I. C_______ 7:50 am McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK, I

reduction may be made next year,but ./ Solid Through Trains-Composed of m Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
that can best be determined later on, observation, ,
DOITNOW.Orlando compartment drawingroom .J
and is not necessary to be disposed of section, sleeping cars, and fee J
i now. I mention it for the reason thatI reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville 4'._.' -
and.. and
think the data I have collected justifies dsl Chicago 1AUU Jacksonville
Louis. All meals ;dining!
me in predicting that the receiptsin NOTICE j Dr. Buckmaster
the pension funds will be sufficientto kar.For f kets and Pullman car reser-. Change of Schedule Clyde St.I
permit you to probably reduce the vations, :all on Johns River Steamers I -
pension millage a mill and a half next W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Until further notice tbb steamers',Osteopathic Physician

year-that is a reduction this year to Water & t Co D. W.or WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, of this line will leave Sanford at| I
3 mills, and next year to 21-2 mills. f Light Atlantic Coast Line, 11:30 o'clock a. m. 132 Orange Avenue
f Yours very truly, Orlando. N. 1L TUPPER Supt.
W. V. KNOTT, Comptroller. J. B. CALDER, Agent. Next door to People's Bank,

Gas Department Put money in thy purse by advertising Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914. up-stalrs. Acute and chronic
The llsborough\ county normal in the Sentinel diseases treatedTelephone
school will open at Plant City on If you want yow bicycle fixed in \
take it to Warman's Repair I
a hurry
for term of six weeks. --a. a a a a- a a 578.I
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'FLORA' AND THE PLAGUEThe INSPECTORS AND CLERKS FOR TRUCKERS OF PLANT CITY SEC- Councilman Fred W. Ball's home in 111111111111111'11111111111111111111111111111111111.-

PRIMARY OF JUNE 2 TION REAP HARVEST Tampa was entered a few morningsago
plague-we call it the bubonic
plague-probably has claimed as by a sneak thief, who stole $1,500

many victims in the history of this No. 1, Orlando, South-W. M. Brit- Plant City, Fla., May 5.-More than worth of jewelry which was in a silver -

sad world as the wars that have tain, clerk; D. J. Beidler, J. E. Crawford eighty-three cars of vegetables, con- mesh bag on the dressing table

changed the maps of Europe and Asia R. S. Cohoon, inspectors.No. taining 37,295 packages, have been I in Mrs. Ball's room. I
and on this hemisphere.
Under the names of "the scourge," I 2, Orlando, North-H. A. Newell shipped from Plant City last week. ORLANDO H

the "black plague," and other more I clerk; Frank Guernsey, Hugh C. Of these about 16,000 crates were Word comes from all sections of

or less descriptive titles, this disease Allen, W. S. Branch, Jr., inspectors.No. beans, 11,000 potatoes, cucumbersover the potato belt of St. Johns county
varying but little in type has brought Winter Park-D. M. crates toma- .that
3, Shep- 2,000 crates, 1,000 growers are digging and ship-
devastation and panic and death-
f 380,000 victims in Naples within six herd, clerk; Philip Dale, F. M. Hen- toes and 7,300 miscellaneous crates. ping their potatoes in large quanti- Water j

months in the seventeenth century; kel, A. Schultz, inspectors.No. The prices last week averaged ties daily now. & Light Co.

144,000 in Constantinople in 1812; 4, Maitland-Wm. B. Willett, about $1 for beans, $1.05 for pota-
in London in the "Great
70,000 clerk; S. B. Hill, W. E. Simmons, toes, $1.50 for cucumbers, $1.50 for CAN YOU AFFORD
in few
Plague; 13,000,000 in China a
short years of the fourteenth century, Isaac Vanderpool, inspectors.No. tomatoes and $1.50 for corn. I I To spend your valuable time asking

and 25,000,000 in the epidemic that 5, Lockha E. Rose, clerk; I More than $40,000 was realized by your neighbors and friends t. look

swept over Europe between 1347 and P. M. Moseley, Chas. F. Russ, H. M. the growers as net prices for the up a house or rooms for you when ElectricityGas

1350. There was no staying or stop- Rouse, inspectors.No. i above stuff, with the best part of the you can get the most information and
ping its ravages until, like'a great
conflagration, it had run its course, 6, Apopka-W. T. Champneys,: season ahead.Robert valuable selections from the columns
because men, horror stricken in the clerk; E. Liebing, A. W. Evans, D. W.. i Daniels shipped the first of the Morning Sentinel?

presence of the awful visitation, knew High, inspectors.No. car load of tomatoes, which were sent Water Ice !
not its cause or its cure.
Such epidemics are just as possiblein 7, Bay Ridge-J.. E. Merrill, out Saturday night. 1NIfMNIflN

these modern times, even more clerk; Geo. Conroy, L. Pike, Henry -- I

probable in international, because htercourse of the vast, increase but for Schopke. 8,, inspectors.No. Zellwood-W.. A. Chapman, GEN. DANIEL SICKLES IS DEAD I For Sale i iI Office:---No. 18 West Central Ave.

. the one fact that medical science has
discovered the method of transmis- clerk; M. F. McDonald, L A. Osborne, New York, May 3.-General DanielE.

sion, if not an infallible cure. It is Z. M. Strong, inspectors.No. Sickles died at his home shortly have the following J

prevention more than cure that has 9, Clarcona-A. D. Davis,clerk; after 9 o'clock tonight. His wife was properties which I offer !

tage given over the the world centuries of today of the an past.advan- J. W. Dann, I. H. M. Marden, Wm.H. at his bedside at the end. at ATTRACTIVE PRICES Telephone No. 6

It is known that the flea-the insect Behrens, inspectors.No. General Sickles' death was due to I prior to going north: !

that ,attaches itself to the hair 10, Ocoee-W. P. Blakeley, cerebral hemorrhage and paralysis.He One California
of the rat and in this hiding place clerk; L M. Moore, W. J. Minor,Thos. had been in a comatose condition I Bungalow J
traverses the globe in the ships of ; one two-story house !
since and hour
Hudson, inspectors.No. yesterday an previousto
tion.commerce To ,avoid carries the the germ germ, the of rat infec-and 11, Winter Garden-G. M. his death lapsed into unconscious- I (corner lot.) Intending I II

the flea must be banished, or rather Bray, clerk; A. S. Thornton, M. V. I buyers will do well to get !
tilt fMtt
must be denied entrance at the sea- Dillard, R. P. Wright, inspectors.No. ness.Besides Mrs. Sickles, their son, I in touch with me on ..
ports of this country, if the United
States is to be kept free in the yearsto 12, Oakland-Arthur Speer, Stanton, and the general's negro ser- above properties, which
come. This deadly and inseparabletrio clerk; J. H. Sadler, Hugh Connell, S. ,vant, who had attended him for years, are both new and well ... .. . .'. .IIIIIIIIIIIIII.II'IIIIII.IIJ.' ..

must be fought as one, for they F. Brierly, inspectors.No. were at the bedside. 1 located.

can not be parted.It 13, Gotha-C. P. Belknap, The general's last illness began

disease is ,the tspeciaVy history of in warfare epidemic against form clerk; Ralph E. Kline, W. M. Mose- April 30, when he was stricken with FRED B. ,DALE Sprug! [ mill r rOur

that it is inefficient excepting under ley, A. L Maclean, inspectors. cerebral hemorrhage. There was a

government control The individual, No. 14, Orange Center-W. M. recurrence of the attack yesterday. '
association of individuals 306 ANDERSON STREET
,
or can
any I Bonne, clerk;. J. E. Maddox, W. H. Today the patient suffered a third
hope to combat disease only by arous-
ing public sentiment. Such sentiment i Bronson, J. R. Boston, inspectors.No. hemorrhage. PHONE 316iMiitmiiMiiiiiiiiim new line for the Spring

usually is not stirred until the actual 15, Taft-C. H. Hartley, clerk; and Summer season of 1914 is
presence of danger makes fightingnext B. B. Prescott, W. E. Murphy, W. Bradentown is to have a new post-
to useless, excepting to limit the now complete. Never in the history ,
progress of disease. An instance is G. Sphaler, inspectors.No. office building. The old frame struc-
the warfare against tuberculosis to 16, Pine Castle-J. W. Matchett ture will be demolished and in a few WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES of our business' have we ,

illustrate the fact. So far as is now clerk; Paul Macy, W. M. Hansell, days work will commence on the new AND DO ALL KINDS OF been able to show such a line of '

recalled, no states have enacted stren- J. A. Wilkes, inspectors.No. building, which will be of brick. It new and timely goods for Easter
uous laws to control this disease. The OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
fight against it in this country is 17, Conway 1-H. T. Arnold, will be ready for occupancy by July 1. selling. Our line of Dress i

being carried on by private organiza- clerk; G. W. Crawford, L Garrett, Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Mffli-
tions, individuals and boards of health W. J. Conoley, inspectors.No. The annual charity ball of the I nery, Ready-to-Wear goods and
which are not backed by proper legal 18 Fort Christmas W. A. Tampa lodge of Elks will take place '
notions is complete-the styles +
measures, and the disease, it is said,
is making more rapid strides than Tucker, clerk; G. G. Coward, Drew this year on the 7th of this month. are varied enough to suit

ever before.A Tucker, J. W. Savage, inspectors.No. The affair will take place in the two the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with

recent warning of the plague has 19, Pickett-Will Tanner,clerk; assembly rooms of the new Elks' every purchaser's idea of economy. Te accommodate the ;
come to this country from the pres-
I. L Hodges, J. F. Story, H. W. Tan- home. aster trade going to sell
ence of one or two cases in Havana. L H. RAMSDELL we are our new goods from :
They were controlled by the prompt ner, inspectors.No. OPTOMETRIST the 1st until the 12th f April at 15 to 25 per cent

action of the Cuban health authori- 20, Fish-Geo. Fish, clerk; D. The fishing parties report a cork- cheaper than the regular pri-.

ties makes, but no this announcement insidious disease of its usually ap- W. Rouse, Allen Hancock, W. J. Cal- ing time, but the corks did not stayin (Sueceuor to Dr. 0. P. Lea) We wiH appreciate and be more than pleased to show

proach-its actual appearance often licutt, inspectors. very long. (ORLANDO FLORIDARemember you our line if you will call on us.
\ is the first warning. It may be reported I
in a Florida port next time. RUMMAGE S LEThe
Florida is one of the most important
gateways to the United States from Ladies' Aid Society of the y:2M

the tropics, the favorite resort of the Methodist church will hold a rum- H. IU f New York Store
plague. Once entered here, it would mage sale on Friday and Saturday, Bargain i
probably be stopped here, but at what 7 1I
8 and 9 in the
May store on Church
cost to Florida! Quarantine, stop- ,
page of traffic, immense commercial street recently occupied by J. S. %OUID PASN t.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIIII..I'.III'
loss and infinite delay to the splendid Rowland. Any one having donationswill
development of the state-these are ,____ ,_, _
please telephone 528.
some of the possibilities. : I A, 1W IIIMMlimiimilllHillllliMMMMiBeck r
Such confidence have the people of
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Florida in their board of health thatit BAD MIX-UP IN GEORGIA PAPER .
will protect them from all forms of w iTE
pestilence, that all sense of individual gAQENPAINT&COLORC'e 0 &
A Georgia paper published the following Paynes
responsibility has been lost. Not '
mix-up of account of Ch1CA60 NASHVlllf ; i
many years ago a well defined appre- an a
hension of the visitation of yellow wedding and auction sale:
fever was general in Florida until the i
"William Smith, the only son of i
summer was gone. Thanks to its Cash ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, and Miss Grocery
board of halth, such fear no longer
exists and Florida id as safe as New Lucy Anderson were disposed of at

York or Michigan.This public auction on my farm one mile

responsibility lack of and a, sense this confidence of individual in east, in the presence of seventy 1 1 ; .

its health authorities appear to have guests, including two mules and STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES[ [
extended to Florida's law-making twelve head of cattle. Rev. Jackson

bodies, to its legislature and to the tied the nuptial knot for the parties
councils of its cities. In matters of
averaging 1,250 pounds on hoof. The J J
such high importance, which touch
directly the interests of every citizen, beautiful home of the bride was dec- t Nice new stock. White Ro'sebrand

ro organization like the state board orated with one sulky rake, one feed J-\

(: health can have more than an ad- grinder and two sets of work harness, Canned goods Fox River Butter I
: Not until the disease ,
\ sory power.
and just before the ceremony was j'1Jj'luiwrr9V1L1T'I:
has actually made its appearance can I
this body assume dictatorial author- pronounced the Mendel & Son's wed- "Pride" the highest grade butter-
ity and enforce its orders with the ding march was rendered by one -ro ,

dignity of enacted law. In time of milch cow five years old and one Jersey ine. Call and investigate. We !
peace, prepare for war. When the \
public health is good and before the cow.and one sheep, who carried a

pressure of actual danger makes bunch of bridal roses in her hand and meet all cash prices J
fighting more or less panicky, prepareto was beautiful. She wore one light J

keep it good. spring wagon, two crates of apples, ,
That this danger is a possible one,
that it may come, is the belief of the three racks of hay and one grindstoneof 11 West Robinson Avenue
board. Standing like a sentinel on a muslin de soie and trimmed with
high hill and surveying the situation, about one hundred bushels of spuds.
with the knowledge ot the history of I
the disease and of its insidious meth- The bridal couple left yesterday on ItlMilltltMMMtMMtltltitMMMItMMMMIIIIItlt j

ods of spreading. knowing' its present an extended trip, terms spot cash." ,
occurrence -in-them countries of the
world, the board is sending out its !
warnings. It is urging those in au- WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS tllMIIIMMMtttMimtMlltttttttMtltHtmillimJust

thority to take immediate steps. Nec- The regular monthly meeting of the t I II
essarily the preparations for defense
must be slow, and the sooner they are Woman's Relief Corps will be held at that the paint cost much less

begun the sooner they will be com- the home of Mrs. E. F. Sperry on than the painting-not over one-half or even Received :'

pleted and Florida be prepared for Thursday, May 7th, at 3 o'clock. ne-third as much.
what may come. By order of the president. Therefore, you want the work to last as longas .
A year must pass before enactmentby Miss Canfield possible. Measure the cost of your paint- I
secretary. 6-2t
the legislature can be possible. ing by dividing the total cost of painting and Embroidered Organdy Edgings.I
Judging by the past, efficient and repainting in a given period by Ibe numberof
timely relief from this body is uncertain OLXEY DECLINES TO SERVE ON of service. This will gvfre the r
years you
prompt and and effective problematical.legislation More may FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD average cost per year of paint and painting. Something new and dainty,

be expected from the cities, especially This means that the job that costs; you I
the seaport towns, which through Washington, May 5.As had been $50.00 and last five years will be cheaper than
increasing marine commerce are in anticipated in some sources, RichardP. one costing 140 and lasting three years. Hereis
touch with the outside world.It where other people's experience comes in. MISSES HILTON :
Omey, of Boston, former
is war against the rat, to pre- secretaryof Ithas been proved over and over that VV.p:' DUNNi
vent its entrance into Florida. It state, and who was appointed yes- Paint costs no more forthe first painting and

may not be infected, but take no terday by President Wilson as gov- last twice as long as "cheap paint." In short,
chances. It is possible to keep it out. ernor of the federal reserve board in would cost no, more to paint a house of for Barclay Corsets
In the of the future it will become '\. Agents
. years under the new banking act, this after- 5,000 square feet of surface with "W. P. IMcCall's
than
I even more necessary now. it will I
than with "just-as-good" paint, and
Some day all wharves and ware- noon informed the president by tele-
saving of,'fully PatternsIIIMIIMMMMiiiiMIIMMIMMIIIHillMlMMtHtli
last several longer-a
houses where foreign commerce is graph that he would not be able to years "
I .fifty cent. in "W. P. ..
per 1
made
handled must be rat proof. accept. It is supposed that Mr. Ol-
Some day all houses, public buildings,
declined this
all places where men live and trans- ney active service on
act business, will be and must be con- account of his age.Seventyeight I

structed proof against rats and other A. L. BECK LUMBER CO. 'Don't wait for every one In town to Up to date painting:, papering, etc.,
vermin. car loads of vegeta have Entrican, the painter, before IB the kind you want. Where to get
Why not begin now? bles have been you try. Am too busy to look you it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
shipped from Plant
Kiln Dried Lumber and Building Material up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Entrican. 1-20-tf -
City this week. The prospects are
Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla., job. 1-20-tf Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
excellent for better
for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and a record next Phone 451 Orlando Fla. for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and t
Phone 444 Auto 4-25-tf
Pepper Crates. 4-29ra week. Livery. Pepper Crates. 4-29m '
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Yk DAILY SIDELIGHTS ;HOOD TALKS OF EXPERIMENTALWORK first winter in the field is the only IHIillillMMMHMIIIIIMMIMIMIIMMMIIMMMMMIMMi
real danger time from frost.
Sulk Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch) Four years from the time of set-

MORNING AND WEEKLY "My friend-before hm: I may think ting, the trees should be eight feet
: JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. aloud." Will your friendship stand I (Continued from page 1) high and ready for the first trimmingto
that test, or this one? "Friendshipthe trimmed back to the convenient shape up the hedges. The cost of We Know
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida nearest thing we know to relig- height of about eight feet The trim- cultivation for these four years can i
ai Second Clau Mail Matter. 1
ion." ming can then be done by machineryand be carried by planting some general
a SUBSCRIPTION RATES the material secured at a mini- farm crops between the rows. Our 1
..........................$500 '
Daily, 1 Year If we get in a corner about recr mum cost Let us follow the various is to trim the hedges A shaped,
A, Duly, ( Months ....................... %.60 its\\ plan
Datlr, 8 'Months ...................... L25 we can have Ty Cobb raise a steps from the planting of the seedto eight feet high and eight feet wide, AND WANT
Daily, 1 Month ....................... 50 YOU
mnt of husky ball players, arm them I the manufacture of the product but we are also trimming small TO KNOW ALSO

weekly 1 Year ....................... 100 with bats and spiked shoes and send First of all, camphor planting can blocks to other sizes for comparison.The THAT OUR ENTIRE
s Weekly 6 Month ..................... .7 iTO them against Mexico City with the not be made profitable on a small camphor content is highest in STOCK OF BOOTS

fi ADVERTISERS: assurance that the opposing army scale. The cost of the equipment for the leaves during the dormant period, AND SHOES AREPOSITIVELY I
would soon show the white flag. the production of the gum at a mini- so there will be two trimming sea- OF
A Copy for display and all ether lund-set mum cost is considerable and would sons a year, one during the winter THIS SEASON'SMANUFACTURE
4 advMtiainf But be handed in at the business
office of the Seatiael not later than 2 p. m. Assuming that Roosevelt is right not pay on less than 400 or 500 acres. and the other during May and June. I f
the U chance day before for publication.contract adTertifinf This rule:applies it UinrariaUe when he says people who sit around i The camphor seed bed should be located We have found that the camphor con- NOT A SINGLE 1
and win be strictly adhered to. in carpet slippers must have some-tl on land as free as possible from tent is greatly increased by trimmingthe LEFT OVER OR OUT

Subscribers desiring The Sentmel discon- thing to criticise, it is most inconsid- weeds and with a fair supply of mois- trees, and that moisture and plant OF STYLE SHOE IN THE WHOLE COLLECTION- I
r tinued should notify the office in writing on erate to drop tacks in another man's ture. With these conditions no spe-i'I food has considerable effect on the BECAUSE WE ONLY OPENED THIS DEPARTMENT
N otherwise it will be
continued the date of at expiration the regular subscription rates, footwear.Washington Star. cial appliances such as slat sheds or: yield. These are, however, points on A FEW WEEKS AGO.
tintH notice to atop is reeeivedf The Times-Union will please take work needs be done
irrigation are needed. The soil should which more to FOR EXCLUSIVE STYLES FOR MEN, WOMEN "
I
notice that there is an editor in the this line have '
be gotten in good mechanical condi- and experiments along
,
AND CHILDREN ATRIGHT
THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1914.i .
national capital who is so dod-gasted tion the previous summer, and freed been started. ,
heretical that he dares to "assume" from all trash and weeds. As soon as''' From our work so far, we find that
i It is to be hoped that General Fun- that "Roosevelt is PRICESWE :
right" the berries are ripe, which is about the green trimmings will yield about
ston's military court will not follow the middle of October, they should, thirty pounds of camphor to the ton,
the example of Villa's tribunals.We It is reported that S. E. Ives, Sr., be gathered and planted at once. Avery I and that about five to six tons of
o B. M. Robinson, Chas. McEwan, J. L. good method of planting is to trimmings will be secured to the acre HAVE NO RIVALS

observe that Comptroller Knott Giles, J. L. Guernsey, J. P. Holbrook, layoff the rows with a six-inch shovel per year. .
4 has had a "verbal conversation" with and other baseball admirers have already plow and sow the seed about two The only camphor farm on which

the governor. Interesting, to say the been up to the fair groundsand inches apart in the drill A common camphor trees are commerciallygrown I ,>
least made chalk marks on the fence smoothing harrow can then be usedto and camphor gum distilled is:

o where, their. cars are to _stand next I cover them by running it leneth- in Putnam county, nine miles southof I I You Know

x We object to having the editorial winter during the league ball games. wise of the rows. If the rows are Palatka. There are over 2,000 I
page of the Miami Herald sidetracked Cushioned seats coverd with canopy placed twelve inches apart, one acre acres in trees, and land is being
;t ; it is too good to give way to tops will be erected on top of the of seedbed will require 250 quarts of cleared to increase the area of trees.
other matter. grand stand for Whitney Wright and seed, and will give sufficient trees for, The work is in charge of W. 0. Richt-
o W. H. Palmer and Victor Bennett. setting 200 acres of hedges. If the' mann formerly of the United States THE CHARMING EF-

The candidates for congress had seeds are planted before November 1 i department of agriculture. Duringthe FECT OF A COSTUME MAY

their inning at the opera house last A medical authority says the way germination may be expected duringthe I past winter, 1913-14, some 10,000 BE ENTIRELY MARREDBY
night. They all made a good showing to stop persistent' hiccoughs is to last of February, but it will be I pounds were distilled. The farm be- A HAT OR BONNET

: and won friends. stop the ears with the fingers of both the middle or last of April before a I longs to Northern concerns and ex- THAT DID NOT HARMONIZE -
o hands and to drink from a cup held full stand is secured. The impor- penditures now exceed $300,000.The '
The reunion cost Jacksonville a by some one else. The cup should tance of having a seedbed free from COMPLETELY IN ITS
contain water.-Albuquerque Journal. weeds is thus Kissimmee Gazette COLOR COMBINATIONS -
.F t- pretty penny, but it was a good thing readily seen. Duringthe Valley says
for Florida, and Jacksonville more That is a good recipe so far as it is first summer careful cultivation between the fifth and twelfth of this THE RISKS ARE NIL

.. than made its money back. applicable, but suppose for instance should be given, and commercial fer- month sixty car loads of cattle will WHEN MAKING YOUR SE-
o that one of those Milwaukee Ger- tilizer may be applied after the dry leave the fine cattle range in the cen- LECTIONS WITH US-OUR

Congressman L'Engle is a much mans, or a Kentucky "colonel," or weather of the spring is passed. It tral and lower section of that county. MODISTES ARE SKILLEDIN

r stronger man now in the eyes of the Hon. William! Jennings Bryan should is better, however, if the soil can be During the past six months thousandsof THE FINE ARTS AND .
voters of Orange county than he was have a severe attack of real syngultus made fertile enough the previous yearso head have been shipped from Kis-
CAN BE RELIED UPON TO
before the political at the ? that the addition of commercial simmee and not a week passes but }
4 pow-wow
BRING OUT THAT ONE
opera house last'night fertilizer is unnecessary. that several car loads leave for the
o Somebody has asked whether the Fourteen months after the plantingof stock pens for Chicago, St. Louis, or TOUCH THAT DAINTY,

Orlando sent its quota to the Jack- Times-Union's "Short Talks" editor is the seed the trees are ready for Kansas City. SLIGHT EFFECT SO ES- ,

sonville reunion. If every town in "a hoary headed cuss, or a young setting in the field. Our experimentshave SENTIAL TO COMPLETE
m Florida did as well the Florida metropolis Smart Aleck." Any one who has seen shown that better results are Eat what you want THE EXQUISITE WHOLE.
'; was filled with visitors with- his vigorous avoirdupois, enjoyed the secured if the trees are set at this Eat Take all a you postscript want. and forget it. OUR LOW PRICES WILL -

out any guests from other states, and wisdom of his writing and watched time, than if left in the seedbed for For sale by all durggists.17d&wlyr. BE A REVELATION TO '
lc there were thousands of these as well. him pound that Remington type- another year. The trees can be dug ,
IVt ---- writer, would' know that he is in the with a tree digger, and the tap root
The candidates all had it in for very prime of fully developed man- should be cut about a foot below the
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by a Claude last night. Just as was to be hood. He hits the writing machine surface of the ground. The entire top YOUWeallKnow
tl expected. But the people of Orange with so much force that it fairly should be cut off about six inches i T. F. HOURIHAN

c county are well pleased with Con- shrieks with pain, and no spring above the ground, leaving simply a H
** gressman L'Engle and will do their chicken ever attained his magnificent straight stick of tap root.and stem Licensed Plumber and

c part toward keeping him in Washington. physical proportions. Physically, about eighteen inches long. These Sanitary Engineer
mentally and morally he is a full small trees can be set by hand very Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
k o grown man. rapidly, or a common transplanting Promptly Attended to. THAT SOME

y' O'Shaughnessy was robbed of his machine can doubtless be easily adapted PHONE 629 PART OF THE
baggage by the Mexicans, although T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone for this work. The trees should be Io6 Court Street HOME REQUIRES
4 Huerta provided him with a special 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf set in checks 15x6 feet, and it is well -- -- u RENOVATING
train to Vera Cruz. The dispatchessay to raise a small bank about them to ORLANDO, FLORIDA FROM TIME TO

that the American charge arrived Sentinel want ads. are money get- nearly cover the stem and protectthe 4-jl-lm 1 TIMESOMEIffi

with little less than he wore. How te'rs. Try them. buds from late spring frost. The ( i1 SLIGHT ALTERATION -
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Richard Olney has been kept rather i & E'' NEW COLORS, IN-
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4 busy during the past few years in declining fAI AND ALLEGRETTI qi a, TRODUCEDSOME
!' positions to which he was w ADDITIONALHANGINGS
7 chosen, the latest being governor of 9/1 We keep our Candies on ice during hot summer I l1 1 ETC.,
the federal reserve board. It is excellent months. 60801.00 pound. Try a box.McELROY'S IjF=1rri1i91 THAT OM FINDS
; to be so well considered that NECESSARYWHEN
It
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: decline PHARMACY -
one can such appointments. CLEANING -

o PHONE 20 ti -;- s' ; HOUSE. LET
x Trie Jacksonville Times-Union issued US HELP YOU
r an immense special edition in till 11111 11111 ''IMIIMIMMIIIIIIMMM 11111 MIIHIMMMMIMIIiltltltAre OUTOURSTOCK
honor of the reunion. It was filled OF LACE

with good matter, and will be a great CURTAINS, CRE-
advertisement for the state. The reunion TONNES, GRENADINES, FANCY SCRIMS, MADRAS,
visitors will take it home with MUSLINS DENIMS BORDERED NETS
AND VOILES,
them and in this it will have
way a
2z great circulation. ASSYRIAN NETS, ETC., IS SO FULL OF NEW SUG-

0 e GESTIONS THAT A BUYER CAN GATHER NEW

The building of concrete bridges in IDEAS FROM OUR MAGNIFICENT SELECTIONS.OUR .

DeSoto has made a prominent begin- PRICE RANGE CAN MEET ALL PURSES.
(:if ning, and it's a move in the right direction You ,Invited. .

f b The construction of wooden -
bridges even across the smaller to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where

5 y. streams is not only a waste of public -. a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure e Our Mail Order DepartmentIs
funds, comparatively speaking, but in
you will be interested in our display of the newest and
most all cases they prove to be very a great help to our out-of-town customers; make
unsatisfactory except during only a most artistic designs inCUT ;2 .
brief period.-Arcadia News. use of it whenever you can. Samples or information

o :;:: GLASSThere cheerfully 'given. We prepay all charges.
Florida is destined to be one of the
Write for one of illustrated mail order
our
catalogs.We .
J most cosmopolitan states in the are so many odd pieces and attractive sets
Union. By virtue of the fact that t.. ;- invite comparison of values.
here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.
people from all sections of the United
..
,States and a good many intelligent, We are sure you can never find anything that would ..

? progressive people from other landsare be more acceptable.T.H.Evans.
settling here, this state will have
the advantage that arises from the

commingling of the highest type of .
citizenship coming from other states .
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Dickson-Ives Co.
and other. lands.Manufacturers'Record. o : S .


Even in jail Becker, who faces trial
t for the murder of Rosenthal, is fearful 4

} of his life. While exercising a
few days ago in the corridor of the DEPARTMENTAL STORE

f jail he was struck on the head by a the JewelerOPPOSITE
hard boiled egg. Many of the prisoners -
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in the Tombs were arrested by

the take police his lieutenant daily exercise, and he for is afraidto fear POSTOFFICE ran e Ave. Cue e

that some missile more dangerousthan

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ACTIVE DURING APRIL FAVORITE THEATREo I
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NOTICEVe

ROBINSON & STARKEY, Managers AL

I Cooper & Atha, local real estate SI Si Grillini g

: \ hereby give due men, pronounce April the best monthof X Open9a.m.to10:3OP.M.

notice to all concerned the year so far as the selling of I I e .
I Admission 5 cents
real estate is concerned. They have 4 I
that will main-
our men I D U Uf
of sales earlier GDQ QDa1 QDa1 aDc Q
closed a number large
tain an inspection with .

orders to shut off without in.the the past month week and as follows announce: A sales ten acre for i BUYS AND SELLS TODAY'S PROGRAM H "Get It It t Allen's"

notice any and all water grove just south of the County Hometo "The Gambler's Oath." A 101 Bison -
REAL ESTATE two-reel drama. A fine picture
: services using sprinklers Mr. Priess, who is a Nebraska featuring Cleo Madison and Daniel

I or hose out of the hours ,farmer. He will take immediate pos- Hartford.'Shadowed. III .. .

prescribed by the city session and commence extensive im ," and "Fighting Is No
"
Business.
and this company.A : provements at once. Ten acres ad- 600 acres south ofVin- edies, with Iwo the good ever laughable popular Pearl com- 11 Ask Your Friends
joining :Mr. Wells on the north to :Mr. White and "BaldyV Belmont.
of $1.00 will
charge Garden and of
R. H. Goehring, of New Haven, Conn. ter west ; Remember to bring your coupon
be made on eaeh case for I This will be set to fruit this fall Gotha, including 10 acre I I tickets: Friday at 4:30 and win the Why they buy from usthey

: turning the service on This is an ideal location as is evidenced dinner set.
The will tell it is
orange grove. en-I D you,
4 again. by the purchase of a ten acre

I tract adjoining this by the Piedmont tire tract covered with ; MRS. COLEMAN HOSTESS TO

ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT Plant company, who will install an irrigation -I yellow pine timber. Two TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB BecauseWe

COMPANY Ute plant at once and make this <' miles of lake shore. :
their Orlando headquarters. Anotherten I The meeting of the Twentieth Cen-
We have the have
L 1111 lill t.lU 1.11111 IIJ. I. acre tract just south of this on 4-23-im : tury club held yesterday with Mrs. goods, we D

the Conway road was purchased by 'I Coleman was one of unusual interest the price and give you

Mr. S. H. Atha, a member of the ,MMIMMIMIIIMilllllHESTIMATES and almost every member respondedto prompt, courteous and pleasing -

: firm. Work has already commencedon the roll call The reading was service.Come.

WADE this and the whole tract will be OF CROWDIt from the first act of "King John,"

THE TUNER set to orange and grapefruit. A and the study of this play will be

ORLANDO FLA. choice building lot in Thornton Parkto continued at the meeting of the club and See .
was estimated at noon by J. C.
Isaac Van Deusen, Jr., who will with Mrs. T. C. Whitman on May
Blanton, manager of the Terminal
erect modern bungalow this
a sum- company, that 45,000 people had already 20th.Mrs. l

Mr. R. E. Chunn, of Lakeland, wasa mer. That this firm has great faith passed through the gates of the T. W. Mathews, who has Allen & Co.

visitor to our city yesterday.Mr. in this section of the county is shown union depot, and that between 20,000 charge of the current topics, gave a ,
by their readiness to purchase tracts most entertaining talk on Alaska,
T. J. O'Neil, of Plant City, is of land and improve them. and 25,000 more would arrive before telling most interestingly of the con- Jewelers

a late arrival at the San Juan. t midnight tonight. ditions there, in
4 more especially regard -
His figures gave 30,000 as the number -
Mr. W. T. Carter, of Miami, is in I to the work being done there by U
Mrs. C. T. Mallord left last night who arrived up to midnight last Prompt Repairing.
Orlando at the San the government.The .
today, a guest for Jacksonville to attend the re- night, with from 15,000 to 18,000 more
Juan. I hostess served grape ice, and Everything Guaranteed.
union. this morning. ..
Mrs. L. S. Villeneuve and her niece,I :Mothers' day will be observed in Officials at Camp E. Kirby Smith nuts.delicious home made cakes, and salted

Miss Ionia Speer,. left Tuesday night: some of the local churches next Sun- estimate that there are 8,000 veteransat

for Jacksonville to attend the reunion.Mr. .! day, May 10th. White carnations will the camp, and conditions there are In attendance were Mesdames T.
W. Mathews, M. 0. Overstreet, W. H.
Jos. Mathew who has been be worn by the men and special services becoming crowded.Florida Metropolis,
Robertson, J. B. Magruder, T. C.
stopping on Marion avenue, left yes-' in honor of mother will be held. 6th.
Whitman, S. R. Hudson, S. E. Ives,
terday for his home in New York! Hon. G. J. Strozier, one of WinterI S. A. Robertson, W. S. Branch, Lucre- Ib-

I Garden's representative citizens, ac The Christian Workers of Pine Cas- -cO
city.Mrs. tia Johnson, Alice Kollock, M. 0. -CIO._ av .
A. D. Bell was among the companied by Mrs. Strozier, spent tle were grandly entertained by one 'Dowel, the hostess, and Miss Eunice

many that left today on train 80 for i several hours in Orlando last even- of their members, Mrs. C. H. Hoffner, Ives. tlllllll'I"'II.III.I.1111111111111111111What '

Jacksonville to attend the Confederate -i.ing. Mr. Strozier was here in the interests Tuesday, May 5th. The entertain-

reunion. 1 of the candidacy of Congress- ment was given in honor of Miss
ti W. C. T. U.
Mr., John Lowe, whose summer I man Claude L'Engk. The gentleman Hoffner, sister-in-law of Mrs. C. H. to Eat?

home is in Shinnatown, W. Va., was I from West Orange is a vigorous campaigner Hoffner[ who will be among us buta
Business
meeting Friday, 3 p. m.,
among those leaving this week for a good mixer, and the man short time. Ice cream and cake
at Presbyterian lecture room, after Is the that bothers the housewife
the summer. who goes up against him on the plat- were served and every one had a good problem duringthe
which a memorial service will be held
Mrs. W. T. Halliday arrived yester form has a foeman worthy of Iris social time. Among those presentwere in honor of Mrs. Lillian M. Stevens. warm days.
.tee!. Mrs. C. Johns, Mrs. Wm. Wig-
day from Lumpkin, Ga., to visit with 5-7-2t
her brothers, Messrs. A. W. Barlow Mr. Frederick H. Rand, of Long- man, Mrs. Reid, Mrs. Crittenden, Mrs. We Can Solve it for You
Bennett, Mrs. Scholhamer, Mrs. J. W.
and G. M. Barlow. wood, was in the city yesterday. It MOTHERS' DAY
Matchett Mrs. C. C. Hall Mrs. H.
,
Messrs. M. P. Irvine, Herbert will be good news to Mr. Rand's many
friends in Orlando to know that he Sheldon, Mrs. Livingood, Mrs. Harris, To the People of Florida: Because we have everything in vegetables, fruits
Smith D. John and
Quinna, Quinna, Miss May and Mrs. Perkins. The truest and greatest friend that
will erect a handsome residence in and and staple groceries.
Earl Vick left yesterday for Jackson- God ever gave us was our Mothers. lancy

ville ,to attend the reunion. this city and will move to Orlando to I There is no purer, nobler or more en-
live in the fall He has purchased the Today, far up the coast of Caro- during virtue than a Mother's love.
Mrs. 0. F. Miller, who has been There is tenderness in the love of A Trial is All we Ask
late Gen. A. B. Cary place on East lina, on the good ship Lenape, of the a
spending some time at 501 South a mother that transcends all other
Central avenue. Mr. Rand and his Clyde line;/ are sixty-eight negroes
Main street, has taken her departurefor affections of the heart. It is neitherto
attractive family will be acquisitions from Suwannee county, Florida, on be chilled by selfishness, weakenedby
where she will the
Chicago spend
I to the business and social life of the the second stage of their long jour- worthlessness, nor stifled by in-

summer. 'town and will be ney to Monrovia, Africa. They sail gratitude. She will sacrifice every
they given a warm 1 THE SANITARY GROCERY
comfort for her children she will
Messrs. J. C. Nelson, of Norfolk, welcome. from New York on the Baltic, White ;
surrender pleasure for their en-
Va.; J. L. Winter, Waldo; J. P. Fusel, Star line, Thursday May 7.-Times- every
she
Hon. W. H. Ellis, candidate for supreme joyment; will glory in their fame
Wildwood, and B. Land, Jr., of De- Union of 4th. and exult in their prosperity. In suc- CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
court in the
Land, Seaboard Air Line officials, are justice, was city cess, in failure, in sunshine, or in

in the city today, registered at the last night and attended the speakingat shadow, her love, her deep interest, 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
the opera house. Mr. Ellis has "THE DEATH OF A GEISHA"The abides with us still. It is a protectionin

San Juan. had a distinguished career in the pub- above is the name of a three infancy, a guiding star in youth
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Conner, their reel Eclectic feature film to be shownat and an inspiration to high ideals and
lic life of Florida, having served as noble endeavors all AND POTTED
daughters, Misses Lillian and Doro- the Lucerne theater this afternoonand along the path- CUT FLOWERS PLANTS.
attorney general during the Broward evening. The story is based on way of life.
thy, and Master 0. W. Conner, Jr., administration, besides having filled I an episode following the Russo-Jap- Her sweet voice may have long FUNERAL DESIGNS

Mrs. Sands and Mr. Lester Verigan, various other positions of honor and I anese war, telling how an injured since been hushed in death, but the
of Tangerine, were in, Orlando last'I Russian officer falls in love with a memory of her watchfulness, her ad- ".11111111..1111111'11111111.11111111.1111..1111114
distinction. There are two justices marries her vice, her tenderness her her
night, guests at the San Juan. Japanese nurse, againstthe anxiety,
to be elected. Justice Shackleford is wishes of her parents, and then affection and her prayers yet abide
Miss Blanche McCamey left yes- a candidate for re-election, Justice openly makes love to a beauty of his with us, and is the most ennobling in- TRUCKERS, TAKE KOTICESchnarr's
terday for Jacksonville to visit with own nationality. The Geisha girl fluence in our lives. White Star Market
Hooker is going to retire, and Mr.
finally kills herself while her husband The influence of the mothers of our No. 3 will kill and keep
Mrs. J. S. Price on Riverside. She Ellis and Judge Avery, of Pensacola the Hessian flies and other
is making love to the Russian beauty I land is the chief anchor of society, sucking
was accompanied by her sister, :Miss are candidates. Mr. Ellis is in the This very strong film is in a class. and this influence is purifying the insects off the watermelons, canta- .

Frances McCamey, who is on her way prime of mature manhood, and has with "The,Bridge That Failed," "The world, and her work will last forever.No loupes, tomatoes and potatoes. Guar-
to Crab Orchard Tenn., to spend the Doom of the Ocean," and other Ec costly marble can build a more i anteed to give satisfaction or money
strong endorsements of the bar for refunded. J. Schnarr & Co.
lectic films which have been shown at enduring monument to our mothers manu-
summer. the position he seeks. I the Lucerne and have proven to be than the impress they make on their facturers, rear 51 West Church street,

Sergeant C. D. Furman, of Bartow, most pleasing to the public.In own household. The changing; scenes Orlando, Fla. 4-24-d&w-tf

and Bugler Vance Winters, of Waldo, Sentinel connection with the above a two of life may hurl the genius of man
want advertising shortens, reel American entitled "The Turning from eminence to utter ruin. But the WITH LATEST TYPE FACES AND .
passed through this city last nighton cheapens and simplifies any real estate Point," and "Our Mutual Girl" will be honest form of a true mother reigns SKILLED WORKMEN
their way to the old soldiers' reunion "selling task." shown. queen in the hearts of her children I
this office is prepared to do the finestof
to mingle with their old com- Absolutely the best bill of the week. forever.
That we may pay special tribute job printing of every description.We .
rades and talk of the battles
many Eat what want
you Rubber Stamps made to order at and fittingly offer our tokens of love are proud of the work we do, I
the survived for which Eat all want.
boys they you
are
and affection to the sacred of
Warman's ;
Take and Repair Shop. 125tf. memory and we are always willing to put on
a postscript forget it.
justly proud, and here's to their our sainted mothers who have gone to
health. For 'sale by all druggists. i their heavenly reward, and that we that extra few minutes which will t
Read the
l-7-d&w.lyr advertisements daily. may manifest our appreciation and give your work that touch of individ-
express our gratitude- for the love EVERY PIECE OF MEAT uality and distinctiveness without a
and devotion of the noble mothers WE CUT
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who remain with us,
I, Park Trammell, Governor of the comes from the very choicest greater part of its value. And our

State of Florida, do hereby designateand bred live stock. That's why prices are no higher. Phone 24.
proclaim Sunday, May 10th, 1914, i
the so-called cuts of I
The Lucerne Mother's Day, and suggest that it be even poor
Today FOR SALE I
observed by appropriate services in meat from this market are better -

all of our churches throughout the ; than the finest cuts from cat-
Fruit farm
state. I. garden land, orange i
tle of lower grade. And our groves and other property. If interI I
In I have here-
."* ,' unto signed testimony my whereof name, and caused the prices are no higher either. I ested 5-6-lw-d&w, address A. B. A., care Sentinel. '

u. Great Seal of the State of Florida to Phone 23 !

be affixed, this the fourth day of 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f ,
I If".'''ay' A. D. 1914. First class Brazing a specialty at I
(Seal) PARK TRAMMELL, Warman's Repair Shop o.i Court St.
"The Death Oi a Geisha, a wonderful three reel Eclectic Attested: Governor.H. WOOD, COAL AND ICE 125tf.HMMMMMMIIMMmtl.
CLAY CRAWFORD, t
feature, as beautiful a Japanese picture as has been produced. Secretary of State. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's \

Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Shoe
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Repairing ;


"The Turning Point," a two reel American. WANTED-At once, a good young ney Buy& your Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLa-a hyPARCELPOST : 1

mare, harness, wagon and top bug- big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf 1
gy; also good milk cow. 208 Gould
street. 5-7-3t Men's Half Soles, 7c to 8c
"Our Mlfual Girl," styles and dances. The new Maxixe SEED! SEED! SEED! ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75e

J FOR SALE-A "Perfection" Blue Garden and field seed. DeLaney & Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750i i I Ij

Flame stove, glass front oven, near- Abernethy, druggists. 313tfOSTEOPATHY i Hand Turned Soles, $t.o0

ly new. Call 376. 5-7-2 Heels Repaired, 250 j i I

,LOST-Bunch of keys; name, "Olden All work returned in 24 hours. : 5r

Stokes, Orange county, janitor," on Orders without remittance returned I
Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents tag. Return to Sentinel office and return C. O. D. We pay

receive reward. 5-7-3t postage. j jI jI

DR. J. C .HOWELL I
Balcony: 5 Cents FOR SALE-Buick model 28 roadster

at a bargain. Am returning Nort Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo A. Hanson ,

Continuous show from 2 to 10 Run 2,500 miles; complete oversize extra charge for house treatment 19 East Pine Street
p. m. p. m. tires, Hartford shock absorbers, and Telephone connections ORLANDO FLORIDAniMMMMIMIMMIIlim( ,
demountable rims. 0. L. Cof\oopn.
1 ttttiiiittiMftmniMfMimimiiimimm-njm Office cor. Orange and Central Ares. ,
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STAn NEWS NOTES I 450,250 steamers feet ''went, and forward 1,125,000 in coastwise was- PEJOPLE'S ANTSMUNNUIAKERS .... .. .. ... .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIII'I.. .

MAY BEES-AN ESSAY

A' (From the Gainesville Sun) shipped the month to forty-nine foreign shores.schooners During and By Claude L'EngleDont't

Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, one of Ocala's barges cleared from port with lumber ORLANDO U W A ASIIINGTONDRAWING "1
Notices of Lost, Wanted, For Sale For Get Stung-
oldest and most respected residents, cargoes. Many of these vessels were lent, etc.. for this column 25e for one day
is dead.A 1,200 net tons, while one was a ves- I0c for three days or $L00 for one week for May bees are good little in
Z5 words or lestf. Money must accompany sects
sel of 2,020 tons." the advertisements fer this column as no ,
large delegation of Florida teachers Insertions will be made on credit But they don't fly in June ROOM

will attend the National Educational COMMITTEE TO MEET FOR SALE In the June primary-

association in St. Paul, Minn., There will be a meeting of the An elegant modern home; four bed- Don't waste time on May SLEEPING CAR

v in,July. Orange County Democratic Execu- rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- bees. .
t tive Committee at the court house in tricity throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all YIATLNTICCOAST
flowers. 509 East Central avenue. right for in Congress
A Rebekah lodge has been organ- Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23, 2-15-tf. you ;

ized at Delray. The new organization 1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the Some other man may be in

F starts out with a charter of forty purpose of meeting the inspectors and FOR SALE line with progressive Democracy L T LiNE f

.: members. clerks appointed to conduct the pri- Nursery stock, one, two, three and .
election on June 2nd, and trans- four year old butt; Poster Early, Some other man may be
:, of Girl mary Pineapple, Java, Hunosasao, Wash ali to th> c !oJ' tbi poiafter
Florida
The first camp acting other business which may
any
Nan!. AdIISIN M..IaW
hrton < >ftApopka election
OPIN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
k has been in White ,
Scouts organized come before it. Fla. Phase 2222.I 3-13-ti
fcfT Springs. One will also be organizedin SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman But may be some other manwon't.

Jacksonville at an early date. JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. OR SALE-Ten acres of land; one .
acre in bearing orange grove; six And may be you'll get
Orlando, Fla., May 6, 1914- acres cleared; part of land suitablefor stung fooling with him. TUeSaYS J all ll SatllflanFOR J
t The Benoist company's arrangement gardening and trucking; located You know that Claude
Ii with the people of St. Peters- Bean, Cuke and Potato hampers 9 half mile from city limits on public
burg has terminated for the season 1-2 cents at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, read. Bargain. Address M. C. B., L'Engle is NOT a may be;
Fla 429m. care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf You know that he..will
t and Tampa will be airboat headquarters RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON
think and act for
you,
for Tony Jannus for an indefinite FOR SALE'Lots W. R. O'NEAL Ticket
ANNOUNCEMENTS Because he is new in Congress City Agent, Telephone 71.
k period. POLITICAL $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week-
ly, no interest. doing this very thing. W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

FOE RBPBB8ENTATIVB Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.
Actual construction work on the
acres land, lake front. $1,250.
million dollar palace James Deeringis I hereby announce my candidacy for Itepr 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- thing, George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.
entatrre from Orate ceuaty. subject to Don't risk the best chance
to build in Miami is now under the action of the Democratic primary to beheld lando. $10 per acre. J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
June 2nd. 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando. that ever happened.
x: way. The castle and grounds are to J. H. EEESE. $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. Claude L'Engle has been MMMIMIIIIIIMIilMIIIMMMMIIIIIIIIMIHIlMHFare
be completed under the contract, by
A. LEWTER. time-tried and firetested -
December 1, 1915. FOR REPRESENTATIVEI 414d&wlmFOR :
in the fights for thepeople's -
hereby announte my candidacy for Representative -
SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare rights.He .
subject to
bOil Oiwe eoaaty.
The Moose lodge of Ocala has the action of the Democratic primary te be bargain; recently completely over- is the one sure thing
bought the building known as the old heM June 2nd. hauled and made good as new in every Ii
S. S. GRIFFIN. for you in this race for 3
hospital building in that city and part; guaranteed first class con-
dition must be sold at at Congress in the Fourth
; once, even
BETWEEN
t will it in splen- FOR REPRESENTATIVEI
shortly begin putting CAtty
'
sacrifice. Come, or address, White District.He .
did repair and fixing it up into a modern hereby announce myself a candidate for Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. is there for one term, "' ,,. BUFFALO j
: .
and commodious club house. Representative from Orange county for the 4-23-tf IEVELAND
nest session of the Florida Legislature, subject Keep him there for another
to the Democratic- primary to be held FOR RENT Marion house, No. 207 Vote for Claude L'Engle

Thirteen years ago last Sunday the June 2nd. C. P. DICKINSON.FOR West Church street. Ten rooms, first. '"": ..
great fire took place in Jacksonville, new bath room, two toilets. InquireNo. Take chance secondChagwick's -
REPRESENTATIVE 10 Washington street. 5-6-3t a
when over four hundred acres of the
Yielding to what appears to be the desire
city was devastated. The progress of leading eitiM&s in almost every pse- BEST BARGAIN in Real Estate near
made in Jacksonville since that mem- cinct of to Orange to miaated county that for one Representatirein of the candidates city. Half cash, rest on terms.A. '' THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"L

orable day has been wonderful. the primary electiom of June 2nd afcovU B. A., care Sentinel 5-6-3t soo feet;b.m&b 91 fe.e,1 1arM S10lt&tmIoIDI.. u4 pulw ---** 1309 putt
be from the country pndacta, I hereby announce (Ifto .c-ter ia e..t-Lr6er U all =,in richer ia.U .prdntimu-r5.e UT ..mmrrla arnten
myself a WANTED-To hire for month ef Maya II iWui vi&beu; .! ISlkMtlBifkwt

'k Mayor"W. B. Cone of Macclenny candidate.A._ B. NEWTON. gentle horse and high back low Special List s...men"'SI'ANDlu.Citr"Erf.aDd"Gty W BofMa"

.c has resigned and an election will be MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION phaeton buggy, for invalid's use; Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mq let to Dec.litUIA.M. f
party owning to take care of same if of Properties for Sale and Rent! ii Iaw B.1. 940 P.V. L..a.-J..I 9:00 P.M.Arri .
held on the 8th of May for the pur- I hereby announce myself a* a candidate possible. Apply 112 Grace street. s uevelsd Ani..lIu.LJ. -.; 7JOA.1LCoonMfioai
pose of electing another mayor. Mr. for re-eleetta to the office of Member .f 5.1-lw (I.uI-111Mu4 n-) r
Beard of labile Instruction, Draw County M& dead JW F....Bay.Toledo Drtrofc i ]J!p...." tad5.atboe.e. IWlroed I
Cone has made a good mayor and it fnm District No. 3. subject to the totting Lake Lucerne deUU..tiac 1Iehr eaB.&..s B4CleTlu4 .r.. pod rw k.+pect one. u.(turner*.
primaqr. Tory rotwetfiw.VTH FOR RBNT : Private boardingand Ant your ticket yet fit bcfeu vie C.&B.I:... WnU.\omAtmt ilrrtwred t.aUrt free.
4 is regretted that he had to give up ,
the office. ZeUwtod Fla. EDWARDS. roominghouse, 10 bedrooms, THE CLEVELAND< BUFFALO TRANSIT CO:. Cleveland 0.

FOR RENT-Permanently, unfur- seven private baths. Every- I
FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTEATIiX nished, at South Lake and South
I hereby announce myself at a candidate streets nice lower flat has thing complete silverwareand
Hope our boosters will not becomeso for re-dectfcn to the office of Svperrfeor .f very ; five even
for Orange County saBject U rooms and bath and all modern con
infatuated with Miami that they Registration piano. This grand proposi-
the Democratic primary to be held Jun. 28"19I& veniences. Address C. Goesswein,
will forget to come back.-Orlando Lake Davis. 4-16-tf tion can be secured for six Up in the Cold Northwest
FRANK H. WILUAMS.
Sentinel. Miami serves notice on the .
months for $200.00, just a few
Sentinel and all other interested persons FOR SHERIFFI I FOR RENT-Two office spaces in and musical instruments
The sale of music -
hereby myself as a candidate dollars than largest
announce our store at No. 9 W. Church street. more a private
-1 that this city is going to do all for Sheriff of Orange County, subject to the
of June !2nd 1914. Come in and we will show you. Pierce house coolest location in
Democratic primary the
that it can to infatuate every Orlando PRANK GORDON. Electric Co. 3-29-tf ; is during the winter months. In

T visitor. We like 'em.-Miami, Herald. FOR SHERIFF city; strictly no children. (N. B.)
Florida the largest trade is during the sum-
I announce myself as a candidate for the TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- Also six-room
William H. Ellis office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida. ern houses. Daetwyler phone 563. cottage, furnished
attorney general !
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a 4-26-tf complete; fine shade close in mer. You should get your children interested -
under the Broward administration, is native of Orange county. In asking the votes ;
of fellow citizens. I pledge myself to dis-
: a candidate for supreme court justice.He charge my the duties of the office without fearor ready NOW, unfurnished, North I in learnihg music during the summer vaca
is a son-in-law of Justice R. Fen- favor to any man for the upholding of the MISCELLANEOUS Orange, four blocks out. Ask I
laws and the preservation of peace and good
wick Taylor of the supreme court order in the county. Chadwick for these and other tion. We carry Violins Mandolins Guitars ,
WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS. WANTED-Plain sewing and mend I .
It would be rather singular to see ing. Children's clothes a specialtv. properties for sale or rent. Goodservice Drums and all small musical goods and instruction -'
father and son-in-law serving on the FOR COUNTY BOARD. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Prices reasonable. Address Box X, I I
DISTRICT NO. 3 at all times.
same exalted tribunal.-Orlando Sen- care Sentinel. 5-5-6t books.
I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
tinel. How about father and son-in-
ef Member of the County
the office WANTED-Two furnished for -
law in the same cabinet-Miami Board of Public Instruction from School light housekeeping, centrally rooms lo- Let us assist you in all musical matters.
Board District N.. 3, subject to the action
Herald. of the Democratic primary June 2nd, 1914. cated. Apply "G," Sentinel office. CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND
If elected I will give thoughtful attention to 5-5-3t
the educational interests of the county and BUSINESS EXCHANGE W. S. BRANCH
The Atlantic Bitulithic company faithful service. LOST-April 20th, between Duke ,
: and the West Construction company C. H. GALLOWAY.FOR Hall and Colored Town west, a 19 W. Church St. Phone 398. I

have large forces of men engaged in THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC small pillow case containing soiled The Arcade Book and Music Store
INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 2 linen. Suitable reward if returnedto Open Evenings
paving Bartow's streets, the former Duke Hall. 5-5-3t

.y company putting down bitulithic on the I office hereby of announce Member myself of the County as candidate Board for of -r __ nn__

the principal business streets and the No.Public 2, subject Instruction to the from action School of the Board Democratic District OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The +I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII\\\\\' ! :' > 0'0 > | "> et > MMtgatfl * etiSM i .\\\ \" \
latter asphaltic concrete on the residence primary June 2nd, 1914. If elected I will Florida Meat Market. Fresh meatsof i i i it 11 tVt i111111 a 1111111 iTtffITS
give due attention to the work of the office. all kinds. Fish and in
streets. Work is progressing oysters sea-
t and endeavor to be fair to all the school
rapidly on the extension of sewer and interests of the county. son. Your patronage solicited. S.
water pipes.-Bartow Note in Times- J., B. REDDITT. Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm TIME TO TAKE UP'TNf N IIOUS[ I

Union. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PROPERTY in the vicinity of New
I am a candidate for the office of County
3 York with residence
city, to exchange -
Commissioner of Orange county from

Robert Day, of Sacramento, Cal., people District to 2.the If best elected of I my promise ability to having serve the resided valuation.for Orlando J. M., 307 property West on street cash, I

; has recently purchased the Lightsey- here a number of yea*. I am qualified Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d '

cattle Lewis, ranch located, with near its the 6,000 Kissimmee head of. the people.to know, the needs Respectfully.A.of C.the STARBIRD section and fungicides Spray material at F., F.insecticides Dutton's, San-and f FURNISHING R I Q QUESTION[ I IN R REAL[ l'


river, the eastern boundary of Polk Apopka, Fla. ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit-
county. This ranch is one of the erature. 429lm. i
FOR rO\f1fJItCIONF.R
largest in Florida and contains E.A. NEST
many I hereby announce yreU a candidate for --STRAYED
:; thousand acres of prairie and muck re-election as Commissioner from District No.
3, Orange county Florida subject to. the
land. Mr. Day says it is his purposeto action of the Democratic primary to be held A dark bay mare, 10 years old, one

have for market fat cattle every June 2nd. 1914. J. L DILLARD.FOR head white, will hind weigh foot, white about star 900 in fore-. Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive I

month in the year. found notify or return to me pounds.If and delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

I hereby COUNTY announce myself COMMISSIONER as a candidatefor get reward. G. C. Schultz, Box 385, pleasure to find just what want at prices that are reasona
y Building showed a nice increase in County Commissioner Orange County Orlando, or southwest corner of city you
District Four subject to the aetira of the limits. 5-2-3t ble in of the word.jfMIIMMIillliiniilimiMllliilltlllllMIMiMMIiOIMIIiMl
April over the previous month, witha Democratic primary June 2nd 1814. I wri every sense t

total of about 100000. May, how- greatly appreciate your rapport.Yours truly.C. ESTRAY PIGS

ever, promises to be the banner J. SWEET.Pint : Three estray pigs have taken up at
Castle PIa. my place three miles south of Orlando.
i month of Tampa's history, with the Color, red and black; markedslit | CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

expected letting of contract for the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER in left ear and hole ia right. t

a $250,000 municipal building, and the I announce to the myself office as of a County candidate Commissioner for reelection *. Owner can have them by calling on j j to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -

seven story hotel on the Lafayette- Orange County District Five, subject the undersigned.J.
to the decision of the Denoeratie primary W. PACE, Odiorne Place. clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
Tampa streets corner. Aside from June 'tad, 1914. 5-l-3t 11

this, there are indications of Respectfully.
some E. L. BROWN We insure your life and loan you ; ; feature you.
other Ft Christmas. Fla.
big buildings, contracts on real
money on estate at 6 per cent
which will be let some time early in FOR TAX ASSESSORI interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., "iMIMMIMMMIMiMiMMMMilHiMIMMtlllMMMUMtHeMiKincaid

the summer.-Tampa Note in Times- hereby announce my candidacy far the Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
Union. office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject 3-25-dftwtf
to the action of the Denueraite primary
1 called ifcr Jane 2nd. 1914. If nominated and
elected I pledge you my faithful service. THEY ARE STEADY WORKERS
The Times-Union says: "Port bus- ARTHUR BUTT.
They sell, rent and exchange property -
iness transacted .
during April was FOX COMMISSIONER & SnowdenFurniture
greatly in excess of that of the past I hereby announce myself a candidate for every day. For results try the
re-election u County Commissioner from Sentinel want ads.
several months, showing the constantly District No. 1 of Orange county subject to
the action of the primary of Jut %DeL You \
increasing importance of Jackson- ; ;
support will be greatly appreciated. If your paper is not delivered
ville as a port of entry. While there M. 0. OVERSTREET. promptly, don't fail to notify the office i iI of Characterat

was a slight falling off in some com- FOR COUNTY TREASURERI I i

modities the large lumber shipment hereby announce myself a candidate for SEED! SEED! SEED! .
Treasurer of Om,. County subject to the
easily offset this loss. A, total of Democratic primary of June 2nd. 191L Garden and field seed. DeLaney &; Popular Prices

-, 46,975,500 feet of lumber was forwarded J. H. TUCKER. Abernethy, drutzi* 3-13-tf ........

through the port during the FOR TAX COLLECTOR

month by both steam and sailing ves for I re-electfon hereby aasccnct to the office myself of as Tax a candidate Collectorof ney Buy& your Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLa-a iii Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida

sels. Of this total feet Orange County subject to the Democratic -j
23,400,000 was primary to be held June 2nd. 1914. If reelected big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
shipped in sailing vessels, while 22- I pledge to you my faithful service
iI a* I have endeavored to give in the fast
I W. B. MARTIN. Try the Sentinel Job Department j ,ununtuItimIiIIrnutttimrnmumiuunuInimnuje


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Here in a $1200 car, the streamline body finds expression in.
its truest form.

No breaks occur from the rounded radiator back to the wind-

shield mounting at the rear of the cowl.

..1.. : The balance of the body design is in perfect harmony and the

: :. beauty so created. is augumented by the crowned fenders.

I Such construction is made possible through the use of ouronepiece

pressed steel body.

:J I Oakland beauty, as you know is the outward and visible evi- .
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dence of the absolute dependability and sturdiness of the mechan-

MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR ical construction.

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

Condensed Specifications convince you that it represents the ultimate in motor
car beauty
Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 3 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast
and in value
t en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; for the money.

axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- Colors: Blue or gray body, black running gear, left-hand .
inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter I 'drive, center control. The standard equipment includes top with
elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung Holley carburetor
; 15
; curtains, windshield
speedometer 33x4inch
tires, tire irons, Del-
gallon gasoline tank carried at
rear, pressure feed; German sil-
l ver, V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: I co equipment,demountable rims with one extra rim. I

11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet"type side See the "Oakland" before buying. Ask for demonstration.
tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. Write for catalogue.

J. B. MAGRUDffi & SON, Oakland Distributors I J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland DistributorsmntunmnuiuMuniussuununnuni.


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. OAKLAND ''HtlMMMtlMililMliliimmniMMItilitjj ............HIIMMimiMHMIMHMMilMiMMHjTHE
BIG BARGAIN INFURNISHED ], ..J
Oakland, May 5.-Miss Dollie Bax COW
PEAS
ter left for home at Lake Helen on
Tuesday of last week, having left her HOMEOwner MARKETOf

sister quite well again.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Cooley and Mr. and, leaves for the north

Mrs. Joe Petris and Edward motoredto We have a limited supply IRON AND BRABHAM May 15th and has instructedus Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
Eustis one day last week. They to sacrifice the property.
had a delightful trip. COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming Located on Main street in AND SALT MEATS

Mr. and Mrs. Straley and children quantity desired. Price sure right. high-class neigborhood. Lot
were in Oakland recently. They have I FISH AND GAME
feet. Nine
77x225; large
homes in New York, West Virginiaand Also have to offer in any quantity Bean, Cuke and
rooms and bath, garage nnd Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Orlando. favorably
They were "
Potato hampers at 9 1-2 cents. We carry constantly a full servants house. The homeis
impressed with the place and talkedof
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh '
coming here to locate. line of crate material of all kinds. completely furnished and
Mr. S. Y. Way, of Orlando, was a surrounded with beautiful and pore.
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers
caller here on Saturday. shade trees. Owner has occupied -
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Mr. Ed. Sessions and family came etc., Phones 181191. the property and received overythiig in the Meat Line.
Monday to visit with Mr. and Mrs, income of
an $100 per .

J.Prof.C. Robinson.Nehrling and son, and Mr. F. F. Dutton month from furnishod rooms

Carl Halrenhoff spent an evening last for the past six months. Reasonable -' The PARLOR MARKET

week as guests of Mr. Mather Smith. ; terms if necessary.
Miss Jennie Husband returned home SANFORD, FLORIDA ; This is a fine location for a

last Thursday after several days i in 4-29-lm. 'r 'rooming house.Cooper E M. Self & Co.

Clermont, visiting friends.Mr. .
and Mrs. Mather Smith entertained till 11111 1I111 11111 I'll 11111 MMIIMIIIIMM II.I I $ Atha i PINE STREET

Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dabney

Carr, of Orlando, Wednesday, at din 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor Phone No. 80
ner. They also motored on the lake.
Mr. Geo. Cooley has been quite ill 1 I Phone No. 311 IIIIIIIIIIMIUIIIIIHMtHIMtMMMIIIItllMMHIIiMtHMillM.IHIIIti

the last few days. Glad he is improv-

ing. We hope to see him out on our IM14fi1i M11if '
streeets again soon. 'iM

Shipments of cucumbers start .
are
.For Sale
ing out now.. Oakland sent 300 crates : We Will Put the Reinsof

Saturday and a car load Monday.
-
Tildenville a'car load each day. Pricesare -

ranging from $2.75 to $3.00.I Just arrived ear load j Modern 8-room ; Success in Your
Oscar Vick returned home from Chi
cago Monday. He had an attack oi f FORDS for immediate | House 2 doors HandsHow

la grippe during the late winter and
is glad to have a change, hoping to delivery. : west of Wyom-

regain good health. | ing Hotel. Bar- ? By furnishing you with

Miss Mary Chappell spent the weekend Get yours now a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -
with the home folks at Sanford. gain.

Mrs. S. J. Williams is improvingsome F. G. RUSH, call on you. He will give you a
after a hard siege of typhoid i ISSSSSSSS SSISMSSSSSi
Phone 226 formula that will
fever. We hope to hear soon of a full A. L. make and mature
recovery. \ Bentley, fruit

Miss Eva Taylor spent the last o f \ 10 E AMELIA AVENUE your '
the week with Mr. and Mrs. S. B
Hal). G +MtMiMIIHI'HMMIMPLANTSPLANTSPLANTS'
.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Cooley leave<

Kansas.Wednesday They for like their Oakland home in and Galena speak, T m rll r Fer1i1izcr T Co.

very highly of the hotel-its furnishings Hall I pay and|1.25 Porto per Rico 1,000 for Nancy :
sweet potato I
beds, and table. We extend a
hearty invitation to them to com plants., Fla. P. M.\ Shanibarger, Pine 4-21-lOt Castle I ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA

again.

The Junior Epworth League gave a Who is your painter and decorator? '1111111111'11'1'1'__ ___ ______ .a'IIIIII..rl"IIII""IIIII"lt_ __ ___ _______
social on May day, between 5 and 7 If you are satisfied keep the one yeu Switinel want
advertising serves The Sentinel
is the ad
newsiest
have; if not, phone W. T. Eatrican
o'clock p. m. They decorated thepark N*. 636. UO-tf the seeker and the offerer equally. best printed daily in Central Honda
prettily for the occasion, and '
had a May queen. The heavy rain i interfered -
To the West and NorthwestVIA HUMIIimillMiHllMMM'..."iiMMIMMMIMIiiMIHiMltHMMIIitlMfrmW.
with a part of their program
Refreshments of ice cream and cake I
were served. At the close of the social -- .

they presented a large May basket : .
to Mr. and Mrs. B. Cooley. DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND M. SLEMONSNew

SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED .
PENSACOLA AVIATION STATIOTO X
BE LARGSET IN WORLD
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Limited.Dixte. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Pensacola, Fla., May 5.-If plan T Orlando A. C. L.,1E:31 am a:13 pm I T Orlando ........................ S:13 New Goods Daily
of the navy department materialize, .r Jacksonville A. C. L... 1i:4&am 7:30pm r JacksonvilleT ..................... 7:30 pm pm
Jacksonville. A. C. L... 9J5am 8:25 pm Ja-kaoarille, A. C. L ...........
Pensacola will soon become the largest -. v Wayeross, A. C. L..ll:50am lO: Spm T Waycrass. A. C. L, .............M.20pm 8.15pm J
aviation station in the entire i' r Macon. C. S. &: F....... 6:1e.pm 4:15am r Moon G. S. A: F. ......,....... a:46
J r Atlanta. C. of Ga....... 8.03pm '1:25.. r Atlanta. C of Ga. .....,........ :'.%am :...-...
&
world. This information was brought|| r Chattanooga W. 4> A..12:1hm 11:56&111 r Kno vil1e. L 4 N. ....,....,...1':1IJm1
r Gorton. L ..............
4: N. ..
to Pensacola by President Dobson oft| r Nashville. N. C. 4 St. L. :50 am :30 3:16 pm
PIlI
r Louisville L. 4: N. .............. 9:00 pm I
the chamber,of commerce on his eArSt Louis L c.I: L It N. Z:60 pm 70 am r Indianapolis <>a. L. ...,........ 1:50 am

turn from a of trip, to Washington in Ar HepktMTflfc L. 4: N........... .:IIi,. Ar Ar Lexington C le lanti. L.L. LN 4 !r-.......................... 6 8:50pm12.20pm:S o pm We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. to
the
interest
Pensacola as a naval AT,Evansvffle, L. 4 N..... .:%8 am .:%5 pm r Kalamasoo G. R. 4: L .......... made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King
station. Mr. Dobson said that he had AT Tern Haute C. *: E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids G. R. 4: L ....... %:U pm Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .
been given to understand that as soon AT Chicago C. 4: E. L..... 6.50pm 6.50am i Cleveland. Big> Tour ............. 718am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Tower

as the Mexican situation, becomes normal I' I DIXIE LIMITED
again all of the flying machinesnow Solid tram, composed of section drawing-* Solid SOUTH, ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet. Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
loom sleeping can. observation ctmpartmemt train composed of electric lighted
doing service there will be:an and dining car, between Jacksonville and trawmg-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches I Ct. -.. Best place in the city to trade.W. .
,
shipped to Pensacola, and the government Chicago and section suing-mom sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Md .
ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis.
will immediately perfect Jacksonville Louisville Mi Indianapolis;
DIXIE
plans to make the station the largest i Solid train, carrying FLYER electric lighted through sleeping car between Jacksonville and '.
of its kind in the entire world.Bartow's i ., observation sleepers, and electlx com.artraent Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between "
I ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thwsdays of each weekDinug ear M. SLEMONS
$5,000 combination hand owe errs meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and CmcimnatLro .

chemical fire engine and
ftf lice.d .arrived and been pot into wagon ser- W. R.ncxr O'NEAL rs. PULLMAN, City Ticket RESERVATIONS Atwt. AM w.DfPOUUTfON.D. WHITE, Depot watts Ticket Oft CALL Agent ON ORANGE AVCKDE

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YECK the senate. He said that this expe- V

rience would be worth a great dealto
'r him in the national legislature if
he was honored with the position. He
said the people did themselves a
-'-. '> great injustice when they sent an inexperienced Y N .

man to congress, for the .
people had to pay for his.education in I '. :::.:.)::.:
legislative experience. He asked that ..
the voters apply the same measure to AA fi\
ail the candidates and that they '
I THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO
should select that man who was best .
J qualified to serve them. .
t. '. When Mr. Sears was introduced he 'j ...... 4 :.' :.
alluded to his long residence in Or- '. : :' \\II:
\ .
ange county before Osceola was created \ %
PERHAPS YOU HAVE PAID TWICE from this territory, but he said 4
that he didn't ask for votes on the .
Perhaps you have known the bitterness of strength of mere friendship. He saidit : THAT FLAG ,
had been the ambition of his life to
paying a bill the second time. represent his people in congress and # ; stands for the protection of life ,
4. he wanted to his I :
on. own record,
go
With a checking account at this Bank you and property of American Citizens
and did not expect to go on the demerits "
t are sure of having receipts that the Courts of the of his opponents. He referredto everywhere !
the designation which had been '
United States recognize as valid.If and
I
made by Mr. L'Engle of his opponentsas
you want to hear how this "double payment "Sears, Roebuck & Co." Mr. Sears : the same Government protects
said that he was not ashamed of the I
protection" is arranged, call at the bank at your name, nor did he particularly object I their finances when entrusted to

first convenience. We will explain fully. to the designation, except in the sense I ; :. to this "National" Bank, which is
that Mr. L'Engle had done it for the :' :i. under Government :
supervision :
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obvious of
reason prejudicing the peo- :
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ple against him, in leading them to .. .. .:
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believe that he was the Illinois mil- .'... ..''.'... "...
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'.'.,' ': ionaire. He said that he sympa ..."'. ....
,,- .' .. thized with Mr. L'Engle in his illness,
(but he didn't think that the people
L should send a man to congress who
Y
was physically'unable to work. Then
he showed by the record that Mr.

PINE CASTLE ITEMS MADAME NORDICA BETTER L'Engle had answered to but few roll L .' '.. ; .. .." ". ...

z- -- calls since he had been in congress, .. ., ,.. "..'. ., "."-..'" ,. '. .,. ... ". ... -.... .'j". .'. ........... ,..
Batavia, Java, May 6.-Madame Lillian and had made only one speech and ,.: .. '
Pine Castle, Fla., May 6.-Mrs. 'I :
Nordica, the who that was in antagonizing the presi- : :
operatic singer I"v
la Martha Mills returned Thursday O j e. D t D
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has been seriously ill here for several dent. and the Democratic majority on ; .. .. : ..: } :: ; '
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in ; "
from visit her '
to daughter '
: a I I ; : > .. -': ',' .
t weeks, showed slight improvement (the tolls question. Mr. Sears referred ; .. .
Tampa. yesterday. I to his work as superintendentof ..'
Mrs. J. C. Fulford of Lockhart, and .
A Misses Lora Tanner,and Mary Chamberlain Madame Thursday Nordica Island was last shipwreckednear December I ,public in doing instruction what he of could Osceola to educatethe county .,.:: .{; .:.;({.:t : :::::: \;::,,;";;i.." ':," ';:::'': '" :':: '- :.{..... .. : :-." ." '. :.';Jt' .' ':.;;.' :" -: : :'';' :>:. :i j:?:;.:::: w::. ;:

of Orlando, were guests Fri- and her experiences resulted in ner- boys and girls of that county. He
jaJ at the home of W. M. Hansel.
,then stated his numberof
vous prostration which developed into, position on a
Hiss Bessie Smith, of Sanford, was county were too broad and too fair to of the state senate: several years ago, SPARKS FROM ENGINE START
that I
pneumonia. Early in April she went public questions, saying he
the recent guest of Miss Mamie Sul! hold such him. and instrumental in the I' BLAZEAn
to Batavia and recent dispatches have: favored national aid to good roads a thing against was securing
livan. described her condition as very grave.i|:and would endeavor to have an agricultural Mr. Acosta followed Mr. Sears, and passage of the first railroad commis-
r Mr. and Mrs Jos. L Sunday returned I school established in each of stated that he was a business man, sion law; he was a progressive Dem- alarm about 10:20 yesterdaygave
Tuesday from a visit to New here.Mrs. the congressional districts in the and it had been his observation that ocrat before the word was coined the fire department a chance to
Smyrna. S. Frank Phillips attended the event of his election. He said that the people as a whole were best rep- which has been used so much as to show its speed. The blaze was a
':,, Miss M. E. Hoffner, ,of Faribault, meeting of Orlando Chapter, D. A. R., he had been informed that he was be- resented by business men. He referred be worked over time. He made a small one in the roof of the old S. A.
Minn., is visiting her brother, C. H. of which she is a member, on Satur- ing opposed in Orange county on account to his work in the legislatureand clean and witty address which took L packing house formerly occupiedby
Hoffner, and family.Mr. day afternoon! and to the literary of the stand that the Osceola his efforts to secure 'a bridge well and his humorous references to T. H. Barlow. It was started bya
6 and 'Mrs. 0. R. Goodwill, of program of the afternoon contributeda representatives had taken on the over the St. Johns river that would his opponents were greeted with spark from the Seaboard switch
Ashtabula, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. paper on Gen. Andrew Jackson, county division matter. In reply to operate as a connecting link between laughter. engine. The greatest damage was
W. T. Livengood, of Charleston, W. which was received with unstinted ap- this he said it was unfair to charge the metropolis of the state and the I suffered by E. C. Moore, one of the
Va., left Tuesday for their respective plause.The. him with something that others had rest of the state, making relations Tallahassee has had a cleaning firemen, whose clothes were thor-
homes after spending the winter here. school picnic was held Fridayin done; that he had nothing to do withit closer and communication easier. week and it is understood that the up oughly soaked.
Mrs. L Hodges, of Orlando, spent Aden's grove and was largely at and knew nothing about it, and Mr. Williamson closed the meeting I I I capital city is now in the best of or-
'4'' Sunday with relatives and friends tended. he believed the people of Orange in a brief speech. He was a member der. Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
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