The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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




HELD BY y MM A AS H HOSTAGE 1 [ OF f W A AR Holds State Conference Which Is With Cut Short Secretary by of Attention Blunder Has of Board Been and Diverted Burden From MISS WILSON N AND SEC.[ I 'AD00:

White House Wedding Placed Upon Him I ,

Washington, D. C., May 7.-Nelson i Dr. J. F. McKinnon, superintendentof

ANY TRACE OF AMER- CURRY U mAR FACTORY SITE O'Shaughnessy, late charge of the public instruction, yesterday issued ARE[ BEING[ PERFECTED f[ [ FEW BESIDES RELATIVES '

ICAN embassy at Mexico City, a statement in which he holds AND CLOSE FRIENDS

arrived in Washington early today. that the board of public instructionhas

Committee Holds] Meeting and Members With his family he was driven imme- attempted to divert attention Scout Cook Gets Letter From Chair-

'HUfRTA MAY DEMAND INTERVENTION Start Subscription List confer diately with to a hotel. He planned later. to from the real issue in the school man of Entertainment Com- BLUE[ R ROOM S SCENE[ [ Of THE[ NUPTIALS

r By Giving Hundred EachA Secretary Bryan board controversy in saddling the mittee of Miami
Misfortune followed Mr.
r O'Shaugh- blame for the teachers possible failure -
AS PRICE OF ABDICATING HIS to the seat of his home
nessy even to receive their salaries on him. WAS OVER IN TEN MINUTES
made toward
DICTATORSHIP AND WILL good start was dollars government. Having lost most of his Dr. McKinnon's statement follows: Plans are being perfected for the AND COUPLE DEPARTED IM.MEDIATELY -
the thousand
BURDEN OF RESTOR- raising two personal possessions when Mexicans great booster trip to start from Or-
PLACE needed for the of site for People are sometimes misled when FOR BRIEF WEDDING -
looted his trunks outside of Vera Cruz lando
Monday, May 18, for Miami,
ING PEACE IN MEXICO UPON the Curry cigar factory when the i their attention is diverted from the JOURNEY THEIR DESTINATION
the American charge lost more of his and little remains to be done except
UNITED STATES Board of Trade committee met yes- real issue of a case by the glaring"emphasis
personal belongings en route from enroll the cars, number them and give NOT KNOWN
of some incidental question.To .
terday.Mr. New Orleans to Washington. Bag- the word to apply the steam.

Washington, May 7.-(Special.)- Curry met with the committeeand gage which had been checked could those who have read the papers Mr. John M. Cook yesterday received -
Washington, May 7.-Special.-( )
the selection of the lot this week it must be evident that a-
Great pressure is being brought to approved not be located when Mr. O'Shaugh the following letter from Cap-
South street which will be positive effort is being made to cause Eleanor] Randolph] Wilson and William .
bear upon President Wilson to sanc- on pur- nessy arrived here, but he expects it tain G. Duncan Brassier, chairman of
chased. It is the plan to erect a two will be traced.In blame and resentment to rest upon G. McAdoo were married at six o'clock
tion the invasion of Mexico and policing the entertainment committee of the
of that country by the United 'story brick building upon the lot and consequence of his continued bad the county superintendent of public Miami board of trade, concerning this evening in the Blue Room of the

States until order is restored. Mr. Curry will increase his working luck, Mr. 0'Shaughnessy's first act instruction by working up sentimentin plans for the entertainment of the White House, by Rev. Sylvester W.
twice its size when behalf of the teachers who are con-
Foremost of the pressing incidents force to present after reaching his hotel was to hunta party at that end of the line: Beach, of Princeton, N. J. The cere-
the build fronted with the possible loss of their
he is
that have placed this alternative be- once quartered in new haberdasher's shop. At 10:30 Miami, Fla.] May 6th, 1914. mony took place on a blue satin cov-
fore the president is the strange dis ing. This industry is of considerable o'clock he went to the state depart- salaries. The idea is that by stirringup Mr. J. M. Cook, Orlando, Fla.: ered dais erected in the south bay
importance to Orlando, and the com sympathy for the teachers, the Dear Sir-I am pleased to advise
ment and conferred with
apparance of Vice-Consul John R. Sil- Secretary window of the Blue Room and was
mittee is determined to meet the con real point at issue, and the actual responsibility you that everything is in readinessfor
liman, who is believed to have been Bryan. your reception here on the 20th of over in ten minutes.
I i I will be overlooked. This
ditions to keep it here. Overtures
taken prisoner by Gen. Maas."There's Mr. O'Shaughnessy assured inquirers this month. The bride was the fourteenth White
I have been made from Jacksonvilleand may be shrewd politics but it is not
The committee has arranged to
that of the
going to be more trouble papers embassy and House bride and the fourth to Le
I other towns t. it but Mr. fair dealing.The meet party at Fort Lauderdale
get your
in Mexico unless Silliman is found, his code book were still safely in his
the married in the Blue Room. The
on morning of the 20th, when we president -
Curry has achieved his success in or-J present furor in the school
is the official summed possession. He denied, however, that "
way a high up will visit the famous town of "Davie, gave his daughter away.
the situation tonight. He said that! l lando, his cigars bear the stamp he had resigned. Asked if he thoughtit question is not due to any new stand which is located on the south New
I this and he wants to live here. I taken the River canal and The keynote of the ceremony was
every effort to locate the missingman place, possible for a compromise cabinet by county superintendent, some distance in the
While other places are willing to do and to be nor to any recent utterances of his. Everglades.The )implicity. The only guests aside
had failed, and the gravest fears compromise president established -
citizens of the
more than he is asking of Orlando he! in Mexico In the beginning of the school term town will pro- from the vice-president and Mrs. Marshall -
were entertained for his safety. pending settlement vide an Everglade dinner, which will
It has been suggested that Silliman' will be satisfied if the lots is providedupon of the difficulties there, the he refused to sign the warrants for consist of food grown on the Ever and the cabinet and their families -

is being held as* a hostage by Huerta's which he may erect a buildingsuited "I" American charge replied he had suggested teachers in the grammar and primary glades, and should prove very appe were relatives and intimate

commander at Saltillo under direct. to the growing demands of the to President Wilson a list of departments for reasons of law solely tizing.There we will remain for timein friends of the bride and bridegroom.

orders from the Mexican ruler.A i business. prominent Mexicans who might be with no criticism of the teachers order that your party may some see the After the ceremonies which followed -

dispatch was received by the I The committee will start out today! chosen to take charge of the government whatever. The county board, throughan great development that is going on in the wedding the couple left

French embassy here today from the to solicit subscriptions for that pur i I there pending a constitutional order of the circuit court, succeeded that section, and I am sure that this Washington for a short bridal trip
At the six alone will more than repay you for with the destination
pose. meeting yesterday election. in having these warrants, a carefully
French charge at Mexico City saying your trip here. .
that Huerta had assured him that or- members of the committee subscribeda Secretary Bryan and Mr. O'Shaugh- without the signature of the superin- We will leave Davie in time to guarded secret.

ders would be given to the federal hundred dollars each, as follows: nessy had a conference only a few tendent, paid by the county treasurerfor reach Miami around three-thirty i in Wedding presents received by Miss

commanders to protect Silliman in H. L Beeman, Jas. L Giles, Jos. L minutes when the former went to the six ,consecutive months.In the afternoon in order to go over the Wilson on her marriage today to Sec-

every way possible. I I Guernsey, J. M. Cheney, L L. Payne,, :, White House to see President Wilson. the meantime the supreme court I longest This bridge wagon is two bridge and in three-quarter the world.: retary McAdoo besides being numer-

and the People's National Bank by rMr.| remained rendered I miles and ous and valuable, have the added
Reports from Mexico City tonight I O'Shaughnessy at the an opinion on a case from long connects the islands
state that Huerta will demand inter the president, M. 0. Overstreet. Thisis { state department, calling on Counsel- another county, the effect of which I across the bay with the mainland. quality of being in many instances of

vention in Mexico and restoration of a good beginning upon which to lor Lansing. Mr. Bryan announced was to declare that the signature of|,! I At this of point we those will rest for the pur a personal and domestic nature, sig

peace as the price for abdicating his build, and the committee will have that, because of the White House I' the county superintendent is essential !j'who pose wish letting to, take a dip of in your the party great nifying the interest taken in the home

dictatorship. He plans to put this little] trouble in collecting the funds, wedding he probably would not confer to the validity of a school warrant. Atlantic ocean. Around five p. m. we liCe of the new cabinet couple.

issue square up to President Wilson it is thought. : with Mr. O'Shaughnessy again until The county treasurer of Orange I I will have a banquet, following which The bridegroom, in addition to the
there will be dancing, all at the beach.
The Curry factory will have a payroll tomorrow. It thought I county confronted with this decision I splendid of diamonds which his
through his representatives at th was improbable ,, On the morning of the 21st we will 1 string
conferences of the A. B. C. mediators of about $75,000 a year under the that the returned charge would j refuses to pay any more warrants1that i take your party south of Miami, to bride will wear at the wedding, is
Unless the United States will agreeto new plan of operation, and it is calculated see President Wilson today. are not signed by the county su-!'I Detroit, which is the southernmosttown also reported to have given her an

occupation and the guarantee of: that practically all of this ( perintendent, and the payment of the I on the mainland of Florida. At opal brooch, surrounded by a ring of
I this point the Detroit Boosters' Club
will be turned into the local ,
4 safety Huerta is reported to be de- money teachers in question is checked. The will entertain at a fish dinner, for large diamonds which she has worn
termined to fight. circulation. CONFEDERATE j [ [ VETERANS DO D NijT board of public instruction have run which this section and especially De frequently of late, and a wrist bracelet -

Eight refugees from Tampico offi- up against a legal wall over which troit has become famous. in which a tiny watch is bordered

cial districts called on Secretary Dan- STEAMER CITY OF ROME IS } WANT G GOYERNMENT V[ [ PENSIONS[ they can not climb. Now what hap and Returning other settlements we will] visit between the grove here: with diamonds. The engagement ring

iels today with the demand that BURNED j pens? Is the legislature that enact-1 i I and Detroit, arriving in Miami about is said to have been a large diamond

troops be landed at that port to pro- Erie, Pa., May 7.The steel freight ed the law censured? 'Is the supreme I|'. sundown. solitaire, and another ring from Mr.

tect oil property. steamer City of Rome, Buffalo to 1 Resolution Offered by One of the Sons 'court that interpreted the law cen-j j I The following day will be devotee McAdoo was an opal surrounded by

Sessions of the mediators continued Toledo, was burned to the water's j Was Tabled by Big sured? Is the county treasurer who I I to the sightseeing places you around will want Miami.to see Among is the diamonds. The opal is a birthstone

throughout the day and tonight. edge off Ripley, N. Y., early today.. Majority : refuses to pay the warrants and thus I home of U. S. Secretary of State W. for both the bride and bridegroom as

The crew escaped in boats. l j : violate the law censured? Is the,lJ.|: Bryan, James Deering's million their birthday anniversaries occur in
The fire discovered between j(I dollar palace, which has just been
RESULTS was Jacksonville, Fla., May 7.-Seymour county school board, who in the first I I started. October.

BASEBALL decks shortly after midnight and soon i Stuart of St. Louis, 'Mo., today |[instance ignored the law, censured! I I On the trip from Davie we wil!1 The gift of the president and Mrs.

National League was beyond' control. After a two was, elected commander in chief of: None of these are blamed or held re- visit the several towns between hereand Wilson has not been made known, but

Pittsburg 7, Chicago 1. hours" hard struggle in which the |the United Sons of Confederate Veterans : sponsible, but the county superintendent Fort Lauderdale: and this visit it is understood to be something sim
Philadelphia 5 Brooklyn 6. crew was hampered by the dense' is pointed out as the sole of will enable you and your party to a
succeeding W. J. Old, of Nor cause preciate our hundreds of miles filar to gift they made the first
New York 7, Boston 6. smoke and heated deck plates, Capt.j folk, Va. the trouble, and the one to be censured hard surfaced roads. bride of the family, a set of furniture -

St. Louis 9, Cincinnati 1. William Dunne gave orders, to beach j A lively debate was precipitated at I for preventing the teachersfrom You will also be able to form some for the bride to use in her new

American League the vessel. Thomas Cunningham, the' the meeting of the Sons of Veterans I receiving their salaries. The idea of the great development tha home.
Boston 2 New York 0. chief engineer, stuck to his post until : superintendent's is has been going on in this section during -
]by the introduction of a resolution I position one of the past three years. The cabinet members and their
Washington 6. Philadelphia 5. the ship grounded on the sands. The : (calling upon congress to pension Con I law solely.] He conscientiously refuses I hope that you will succeed in hay wives united in giving an elegant set

Cleveland 0, St. Louis 2. crew then'made its way to shore in federate< veterans. The resolutionwas to concur in ignoring the newspaper man with you, as I of silver dinner plates and a silver

Chicago-Detroit; rain. the lifeboats. The vessel is a total:r. introduced by Judge N. P. Hars- mandate of the law. Is that something nthink- it will be a great thing for him platter. *
to write the trip and be in position
up a -
Federal League loss.The ton, of Roanoke, Va", judge advocate i to be censured for? Is it more to section with Vice-President
compare your and Mrs. Marshall
St. Louis 7, Pittsburg 15. City of Rome left Buffalo light general, department of Virginia, Sons I worthy to ignore law than to comply] this. In that way you will be able to
were not in this city at the Sayre-
Kansas City 10, Buffalo 0. last night for Toledo, where she was of Veterans. with its provisions Law is a necessity urge your people on to greater things

Indianapolis 0, Baltimore 0. Calle to load coal for Milwaukee. She was Scarcely had the resolution been I and to ignore or defy law is to which you seem to be doing at present Wilson wedding, for which Mrs. Marshall -
This will stimulate a lively civil spent part of her last summer'sleisure
on account of rain in ninth. a steel steamer of 3,900 tons, 268 seconded when W. W. Old, Jr., commander J sow the seeds of anarchy. And it i is pride and no doubt Orlando will soon
time in
'' making by hand dainty
Chicago-Brooklyn; rain. feet long and carried a crew of six- in chief of the organization apparent that the particular provisionof be the banner inland town.
teen men. The vessel was owned by I' law Looking forward to visit with things to give to the bride. Her present
Southern League left his official chair in order to I for the observance of whichthe your
deal of and to today's bride is also of a
James Mitchell of Cleveland. great pleasure requesting per-
Memphis 5-5, Nashville 3-3. make a speech denouncing the reso superintendent in this case contends
you to advise me as soon as possible '- sonal character. Several of the cabinet
Chattanooga 5, Atlanta 0. lution. I I namely, that the schools be in the number you expect to makethis
have also
women sent the bride
New Orleans 2, Birmingham 1. INVITATIONS TO INSPECTORS "I am willing to take off my coat session five hours a day, is a needfulone. 1 trip.
WILL GO OUT TODAY pieces of their handiwork in linen,
Mobile-Montgomery; rain. and work for funds with which to I If one school may be conducted
I lace and embroidery for
South Atlantic League Secretary Josiah Ferris of the supply our Confederate soldiers," he only four hours a day, another may the teachers who are prevented from personal

Macon 2, Augusta 1. a county Democratic executive committee declared, "and until we are no longer I I I have a three hour daily session, and receiving their salaries by the super- household use.

Columbus 3, Savannah 2. will today send out invitations to able to do so we should not ask the another two, and so on to an absurd intendent's refusal to sign their war The senate's present was a gold

Jacksonville 7, Columbia 1. the members of the committee and government to help them." I I ity. Some definite number of hoursfor rants. The board of public instruction bracelet studded with diamonds. The

Albany-Charleston; rain. the inspectors and clerks of the pri- The speaker was'heartily cheeredas a school day must be fixed, otherwise have made a mistake, according senate committee in charge of the

mary to be held June 2 to attend a : he asserted that he had consulted I no definite course of study could j to the opinion of the supreme court, gift consisted of Senators Martine of

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coker and lit dinner to be given by the committee hundreds of Virginia veterans and I I be arranged for our schools, and no and to cover their mistake and escape New Jersey, chairman, and Saulsburyof

tle son left yesterday for their homeat in Orlando May 23. The object of the had found none who was in favor of I,I equitable basis could be fixed for salaries -t censure, they point to the teachers Delaware, Townsend of Michigan,

Timmonsville, S. C., after visiting dinner is to get the election officials beseeching aid from the government of teachers. To say that a teacher and declare that the county superintendent and Overman of North Carolina. The

with Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Ellerbe on together to study the new primary Delegates from Georgia, Florida of a school of four hours should be is keeping them out of their wives of the senators made the selec-

Lake Leora. Mrs. Coker is a side law, so thatthere will be no confusionin and South Carolina voiced disapproval paid as much as one who teaches fivehours I salaries. tion. f

of Mr. Elferbe. compiling the results of the elec- of the resolution. a day is as absurd as to say!!! I do not believe that this attempt The gift from the house of repre

tion. Speeches against it were only that a mechanic should be paid as ''to cast odium upon the superintendent sentatives was selected by a small

Mr. Payson Branch is here from checked by the adoption of a motion, much for four hours labor as for five.i k I will succeed to any considerableextent I committee headed by Representative

Miami on a visit to his parents, Mr. The Kissimmee board of trade is to enter into the election of officers I Now in the present issue, the law itself :-,r The sense of fairness that James R. Mann. It consists of a silver

and Mrs. W. S. Branch. His many going to offer prizes for the best kept in five minutes. Before that time had' the appropriateness of the law,1'''people in general possess will cause I tea service, a large tray with kettle -

friends are glad to see him. yards in that city. It is understoodthat elapsed the resolution was tabled by'I. the ignoring of the law by the county I j I them, when the case is clearly understood -t, and stand, tea pot coffee pot, II'

there are a number of pretty an overwhelming vote. board, the opinion of the supreme'''\ to place the responsibility sugar bowl, cream pitcher, waste bowl

Fashion magazines for June at. yards and lawns in Kissimmee, but The forenoon session and the greater !I court, the effort of the superintendentf'to where it really belongs. I'and a pair of silver candelabra. I

Curtis & O'Neal's book, stationeryand the board of trade thinks this will] part of the afternoon session ';' have the schools conducted in compliance J. F. McKINNON, There were many other presents

music store, next postoffice. Croquet stimulate even greater interest in the the veterans' convention was devoted with the law are all overlooked -1]I County Superintendent Public from the large circle of relatives and
sets. keeping of pretty places. to committee reports. while attention is fixed upon'' Instruction. j friends. .


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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

superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we "Paid in Full"in '

k are all right, then why not put us to the test. .

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doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your "The Steinway Comedy Four" *

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

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

saved the trouble of going to your doctor again. Real and appropriate music byORCHESTRA 1



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

of high quality would have been used. Your prescription vould have been filled just : I :
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z That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may 1
be dollars and be life. illlillllllliilllHIiMllillllHiiH '4t..HIHil>fllMIMiitlMIIMMl
may a You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people ..1"'O'.II'C"IIICI J.I'.I'.lltO.I'I'...

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

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

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 oT Business April 11, 1914 Ir

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

Next Door tOe Store. Orlando, Florida. $904,906.09

Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

1 POTATO SPROUTS AT PINE II Re-Discounts .. .. .. .. . . .. . .. None
CASTLE '11111111111111111111'1'111111111111111'1'11111'1111' : Bills payable . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. None

x : Deposits .. . ... . .. .. .. .. .. 770,793.72
Pine Castle, Fla., May 6.The
Hall Due to Banks and Bankers ... .. .. .. 2,832.59
season for shipping Nancy Special SaleOF
and Porto Rico potato draws ,from
this point is now open, and a I $904,906.09
million a week are going forward. r
The demand for these plants among Deposits March 4, 1914 ... .. .. .. .. .$649,484.91

the southern tier of states is so greatit Depesits April 11th, 1914 . . . .. 770,793.72
can aot possibly be met. Thousands
of dollars will have to be returned Increase in 37 days .. .. ... .. ... . 121,308.81

, for orders which can not be.: Gas Ranges Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 .. . ... .. 521,167.38
filled. The short crop of potatoes last Deposits April llth, 1914 ... . .. .. 770,793.72 I'
season has caused this scarcity, and, l
though the shippers are paying a dollar Increase in 100 days .. .. .. ... ... 249,626.34
and over for slips here, they can- :
.. not meet the demand. It is probablethe f Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
rush will let up by June, but ship- The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
pers expect to send forward orders Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
Until July. Those who are in the Realizing that now is the best time to put in a Gas 1;1 friends and customers for making such a statement pos
business here are P. M. Shanibarger, sible.
F. M. Preston, A. Q. Lancaster, J. F. ; ; Range, so as to get the benefit of it during the hot weather ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK

' Harris, S. Frank Phillips, E. L. Spha- we are offering our entire stock of Ranges at a great
ler, G. M. Carey, J. A. Wilkes, andJ. : ::: :::: ::::::::: :!::! ::
J. Johns. reduction during the next two weeks.
The W. C. T. U. held a large and Our
proposition is this:
enthusiastic meeting Sunday after Fo THE WEST i-i:
f noon. Mrs. Huxtable, of Conway, : If you already have service pipes in your house we

' made a fine address, Miss Frances will give you VIAEMINOLE rUammond
May sang a solo, and arrangementswere Gore
made to give a young people's S[ MinD
social in the near future. I
Mr. J. A. Wilkes and family spent 20 per'cent offon Lv Orlando :--..____..______ 3:13 pm J I I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
lr Jacksonville __________ 7:30 pm.v
Sunday in Winter Garden and Ocoee. Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L 9:00 pm --
While at the latter place Mr. Wilkes any range in the house.If Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm.v REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
looked over his grove property.The I Tipton, Ga., A. C. L....... lab am
Christian Workers of the Union your service is not already in we will give you ir Albany, Ga., A. C. L..... 2:40 am COMPARE
I lr Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am
church met at Mrs. C. H. Hoffner's Ur Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am
} residence Tuesday 'afternoon for a I 10 per cent offand Vr Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am OUR FURNITUREWe
r businss and social session. Dainty Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:03 p
Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05
refreshments were served, and after install the service (up to 60 feet.) Jackson, TEenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm provide the quality of furniture that has long
ward motoring on the lake indulgedin. lr Fulton, Ky., I. C____... 9:35 pm been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
.. lr Cairo .__..____
Among those present were Mrs.C. Ill., I. G 11:07 pm
FREE OF CHARGE standard of merit. If an article is! here it is good.It .
: F. Johns, Mrs. C. C. Hall, Mrs. Ar Carbondale, HI, I. C.1213 am wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
'' Ir St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05
Homer Sheldon, Mrs. Sarah Liven- amAr
on streets where we have mains. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
YY good, Mrs. Perkins, and Miss Frances Centralia, III, L C...____ 1:38 am this business, and that means much to any buyer.
it Matoon III ______
e May. All time. I. C 3:20 am
report splendid Call and see our line of Ranges and Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C____ 4:29 am
Mr. E. D. Boliver, of this town, was Ar Kankak'ee, HI., fc C._____ 6:20 am
united in marriage to Miss Keen at Vr Chicago, Ill., I. C______ 7:50 am McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK,

Tampa on Monday. The young peo Solid Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, Fla.
Through Trains-Composed of
ple will reside in Pine Castle.
DOITNOWa bservation>, compartment, drawingroom -
Mr. C. F. Livengood and Mr. John section, sleeping cars, 3lJee L .J
Keen expect to leave for Jacksonville Declining chair cars, between Jacksonville : ._ .
i Wednesday to attend the reunion. and Chicago, and Jacksonvillend
St. Louis. All meals
Before returning they will probablytake :__ are dining NOTICE
Dr. BucKmaster
in the excursion to HavanCuba. 1
For t' kets and Pullman car reservations Change of Schedule Clyde St.
e all on
4 Johns River SteamersUntil I
| V. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, I further notice the steamersof I Osteopathic Physician
The of the Fort Pierce or
pupils high rlan o Water & LO D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, this line will leave Sanford at I
school for Light
are busy getting ready Atlantic Coast Line, 11:35 o'clock a. m. 132 Orange Avenue
commencement exercises.. The baccalaureate
Orlando. .
N. M. TUPPER, Supt.J.
sermon will be delivered on B. CALDER, Agent. Next door to People's Bank,
Sunday, May 10th. The class exercises Put in thy adver up-stairs. Acute and chronic
Gas money purse by Sanford, Fla., March 26, 1914. -
will be held the following Thursday Department tising in the Sentinel diseases treated
night and graduating exercisesthe If you want your bicycle fixed in: j
$ .. a hurry take it to Warman's Repair: Telephone 578.
following nights -.
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IN THE FOURTH tin' on the amen bench right ober RUMMAGE SALE I . .. . . .
DISTRICT dar is de the triflinst the
meanest, The Ladies' Aid Society of the
thievinist, the lieinits an' de oneriest Methodist church
I will hold a rummage
I can't help stopping once nigger in dis here whole district. sale on Friday and Saturday,
in a while, writing about What's Now what you think of dat?" pleaded May 8 and 9, in the store on Church
What in Washington to put down a Ephriam, looking straight at Mose. street recently occupied by J. S.
few rambling and scattering remarks "What I think of dat," answered Rowland. Any one having donations ORLANDO
about What's What in the Fourth Dis- Mose. "Is dis, that ar whit man have will please telephone 528.
trict during campaign times. Not shore got you located."

Not that I think there is any real Oh yes! I got sick before con- Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
campaigning being done while I am gress. The rheumatism came pretty for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and .
up here and out of it, lat just to lethe : near getting me down before I got' Pepper Crates. 4-29m Water & Light Co.

people know that with only a Uneeda BiscuitA throughith the last primary; has CAN YOU AFFORDTo
month before the primary, I still feel had a good prig on me ever since,
the same way that I felt from the be- crisp, clean, nutri- and I can't walk good yet. I didn't spend your valuable time asking
your neighbors and friends te look
ginning-I will go back to congress tious food. For mean to get sick and I have though
up a house or rooms for when '
without opposition. everybodyevery many times in the last year and a you ElectricityGas
you can get the most information and
Sears, Roebuck & Company (which where. Fresh in the half that if I had been consulted valuable
selections: from the columnsof
term I have adopted for convenienceof moisture-proof package about it I would have withheld my the
Morning Sentinel?
reference to those fellows who 5 cents. consentI :
want my job for personal reasons am going to beat this rheuma- Water Ice
only) have been romancing around tism game, jost like I have beat fiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiinitt
the district for about two months, some other pretty hard ones that I

some of them more, telling peopleall have been up against, but I wouldn't For Sale j jI Offices-No. J8 West Central Ave.
kinds of tales about themselvesand even try to beat it, as congressman,
a few scattering ones about me, if my ability to serve the people was j
and there is yet not the slightest indication dependent upon my ability to use my have the following !

from the people themselves legs. Looking the opposition care- properties which I offerat I ; ;
of even a well grounded, well scat- s fully over, I am able to further indulge ATTRACTIVE PRICESI I Telephone No. 6 }

tered and well nourished wish for a myself in my unfortunate habit prior to going north:
change from me to any one of the ZuZuThe of telling the truth and to say One California Bunga- | &
whole Sears, Roebuck & Company that I could take a heap worse hand-
outfit to represent them. funny little name icap than rheumatism, and do more low; one two-story house | xII :
If there was even a hint at restiveness of the famous little things of real benefit to the people (corner lot.) Intending

on ,the people's part, indicatingthe ginger snap that puts of the Fourth District, by using my buyers will do well to get i1 i1'tHIIIIIIIII i1i:
inception of a movement to pre- fresh "snap" and head alone than all of my opponentsput in touch with me on

fer anybody else to me, the wide-eyed "ginger" into jadedappetites I together coed do with head, arms above properties, which
reporters of the papers published in 5 cents. and legs all working. are both new and well " " '... ." .

the district, would have pounced on i it Being up here with the rheumatism I located.
like a duck on a June bug, and the handicap I can only say that the
leaders-meaning those who keep up rest of the Florida delegation have : FRED B. DALE SpflllgallEl Sufflfflel' 1-
their active interest in politics all not anything on me in the way of I I r

the time, what my friend Will Bryan: things accomplished.-Claude L'Englein 1 : 306 ANDERSON STREET I _
called pond governors, when he was Dixie.A I .

running Broward's campaign for gov- PHONE 376tiliJIIIItlHIiHIIIMM Our new line for ,the Spring
ernor-would have caught on to it and news item tells of a child break-
and Summer season of 1914 is
wigwagged me a danger signal., ing an arm while roller skating on
But no, all of the papers in the the sidewalks. To the general observer now complete. Never in the history -

district, with the exception of the on the side lines it is frequently WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES of our business have we

Key West Journal and the Jacksonville matter of wonder how the children AND DO ALL KINDS OF been able to show such a line of

Metropolis are predicting my GRAHAM CRACKERSThe escape with nothing worse thanan OPTICAL REPAIRING new and timely goods for Eas-
1 election with increased occasional broken arm so reckless o
majority assure a
selling. Our line of Dress
thing, and all of the leaders, natural sweetness have they become in the use of the Goods
Clothing, Shoes Millinery
with the exception of one or two of and nutrimentof rollers since the smooth cement walks J.. 1 -
r Ready-to-Wear goods and
whom I have had to disappoint with the wheat are retained have come into general use. But inasmuch notions is complete-the stylesare

post office appointments, are telling giving thema as a good angel watches over varied enough to suit
their friends and writing me, that delightful flavor. the children, protecting them from I the taste of every one, and the prices are in keeping with
everything is all right in St. Lucie, 10 cents. harm that comes to their elders equally every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
Dade, Monroe and Duval, etc., dear as reckless, the marvel ceases. DR. L H. RAMSOELL Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from
on down through the thirteen, according Buy biscuit baked by OPTOMETRIST the 1st until the 12th of April at 15 to 25 per cent
to where the leaders happen to I A camp of Sons of Confederate Veterans -] cheaper than the regular prices.
be living just now. NATIONAL has been organized in Kissim-: (Sueceuor to Dr. 0. P. Likioi) We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show
About the best the Jacksonville Metropolis BISCUIT [mee. I, line if
I ORMNDO, FLORIDA you our you will call on us.
can do is to lie about me in COMPANY
the news and editorial columns and
reprint the stuff that appears in the Always look for that name

Key West Journal, and about the best
the Key West Journal can do is to 1t 1rLD IU i f ew.YDr argain ore

quote me as saying something I never i
did say, reprint what the Jackson- left< out of my inheritance, and I owe PAINT II irAQIW4EN MMMMHttMMItMHIUJHiMMHMilimtmMUtHIMMtHMMMMMMIilimiiMMM
ville Metropolis says about me and patient and long-suffering creditors
cuss out The Citizen of Key West for|just about half of it I

not falling for the Journal's candi- Third, that I voted against the interests '
date. Really, and sure enough, if 'the of the biggest industry in my
people in the fourth district were as state, in voting to continue free tolls wi+iTE
ignorant and silly as the staff of the.and thereby giving the western lum- PgINT&COtOa Beck & Paynes
Jacksonville Metropolis I would be t berman an opportunity to furnish Ch A60 NaN IIt .
a little afraid that I would lose all lumber to the people of Florida
few votes by the foolish and vicious
cheaper than Florida lumbermen are
little things the Metropolis and Jour- furnishing it. I don't know whetherthe Cash Grocery
nal print about me; but I haven't lumber industry is the biggest industry ,
spent the past ten years of life get- in Florida or not, but I sus-
ting and keeping in close touch with pect that it isn't because I suspect

the that people have of Florida, not to know that the farming industry is .big- STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES[ [ .
before you got to have the proof ger. But whether it is the biggest
you can make them
a or the littlest I serve notice on lumbermen -
charge against a public official whom i and all others specially in- Ji'1Jj'JUI1WJI

they thought enough of, andith terested in their particular business, Nice new stock. White Rose
whom they acquainted themselves well 1 that I will always vote to benefit the J-\

enough their offices., to trust The him with one of I most people as long as I am of vot- brand Canned goods, Fox River But-
reason why the ing age and opportunity. About

people of Florida have faith enough three years ago I saw a government ter "Pride" the highest grade butter-
to trust me as they have is because publication which placed the numberof .rQW\LJT'J
I have always told them the truth lumber dealers in Florida at 329. ine.
about public \
men and public meas- Going out of business and combinations -

and ures,some even if of I had to tell on myself have, I am sure, reduced this J J meet all cash prices.,
my friends once in awhile number considerably. A number of"these 1'
; and when they read the idiotic are not even citizens of Flor- <

stuff that the Metropolis puts outthey ida, like Mr. Sears of Illinois, and 11 West Robinson AvennefllMMMMMMIMHIMIIilllltmtMUMIMIIIiMMi
remember that no one has yetcalled Mr. Roach of Iowa, who own sever
me down with proof of false ally and together six big saw mills

statemen about anybody, including that I know of, and probably two .
myself.So hundred thousand acres of timber.
far Sears, Roebuck & Company, Somehow I don't belive I ever will
the Metropolis, the Journal, disap- be able to vote so as to specially
pointed office seekers, plutes and| favor 329 of any das of citizens in 4
peons, the whole lot of them put to- Florida, because I know I. just can't .
gether, are telling about four Remember that the paint cost much less
things help thinking about the rest of the
that I have done that make it hundred than the painting-not over one-half or even Just Received
necessary eight odd thousands of pea tne-third as much.
to recall me from congress. ple making up the balance of the cit- Therefore, you want the work to last as longas
First, that I didn't follow our hon izenship of Florida, who have to buy possible.' Measure the cost of your painting -
ored President when he asked me lumber and other things useful to by dividing the total cost of painting and Embroidered Organdy Edgings.
to violate the pledge in the Demo- sustain life.Fourth repainting in a given period by the numberof
cratic platform without years of service. This will give you the
giving me that I am sick. Well, this
any reason for it, when I felt then reminds average cost per year of paint and painting. Something new and dainty
I as me of the story of the late This means that the job that costs you ,
do now, that the transcontinental Col. R. H. M. Davidson told me whilehe $50.00) and last five years will be cheaper than
railroads were seeking by the repealof was a member of the legislatureand one costing $40 and lasting three years. Hereis
the tolls exemption clause, to continue .I was there looking at it One where other people's experience comes in. MISSES HILTON &
their special privilege granted negro met another and after passingthe It has been proved over and over that W.P. DOT
to them Paint costs no more for the first painting and
by the
monopoly that they time of day and asking after the "
have of last twice as long as "cheap paint. In short
levying a tax of high freight family connections Ephriam said to in would cost no, more to paint a house of,
rates on all of the people, which the Mose: 5,000 square feet of surface 'with'V.. P." Agents for Barclay Corsets
I encouragement of water competition "Mose, you har about what dat than with "just s.good"paint., and it will .
by the tolls exemption to American preacher done specify about me las' last several years longer-a, saving of fully. McCall's Patterns l
ships could alone afford relief. prae meetin' night in the pulpit I .fifty per cent. in "W. P.o _

Second, that I am rich. I have "No, I ain't heered nothin' tall t
spent more than half of the fortune, about it," said Mose. MilMMiiMMIMIIMMIMMIMMMUl .

that Pinherited in conducting for the "Well," said Ephriam, "After he A. L. BECK LUMBER CO. A
past ten years at a loss a free done read little Don't wait for every one in town to r Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
news- a out of de book he
have Entrican, the painter, before is the kind you want Where to getit
I the paper, has led every fight for pint his finger right at me and low: Kiln Dried Lumber and Material you try. Am too busy to look you ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
people that has been wageH in 'I done been hearin' tales about dis Building up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Entrican. 1-20-tf

Florida since I first began to print congregation, a l' among 'em I hear job. 1-20-tf Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
I have about thirty thousand dollars dat dat mangy lookin' little nigger sit- Phone 451 Orlando, Fla. Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf for Pepper prices Crates.on Tomato, Egg Plant 429mWHAT'S.HAT and x


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EXPEXSE FISH INDUSTRY cent, while the waste in making up -t-:MMIMMMM :: ; ;; ; IIIIIIIIIIIIII: : : : : : : : **

South Florida SentinelMORNING i Virginia white hickory, said to be the '

s next best in the United States, is 40
AND WEEKLY The following candidates have filed The Florida legislature of 1913 en- OUR.
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. statements of expense with the acted the present shell fish law with per cent.
... sworn
-- --------- :The slabs at the Florida plant .
1 county clerk: the primary object of encouraging,
Orlando, Flo. which be made
Entered at U* po toff* at can not up into any
Ida. u Second CUM Mail Matter. For Representatve-C. P. Dickinson protecting, regulating and developing -
marketable product, together with all
$42.50; A. B. Newton, 59.00; S. the shell fish industry. T. R.
SUBSCRIPTIORATES the sawdust, is purchased by packing
Daisy, 1 Year ..........................$5.00 S. Griffin, $32.50; J. II. Reese, $74.00. Hodges was appointed shell fish com- companies and used in curing meats, SEVENTH
Daily < Month ....................... .50 For Sheriff-Frank Gordon, $187.50.For missioner by the governor. He has
t Daily, 3 Month ...................... !." and the ashes of the material burned
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50 Collector-W. E. Martin, undertaken to re-establish the indus under the boilers of the plant are sold
$170.00. try by replanting the depleted bars ,
Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 bottomsof for fertilizer.
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .iTO For Assessor-Arthur Butt,$175.00.For and by leasing out the water These facts about an extensive AFTER SUPPER SALE, SATURDAY, SHOULD
Treasurer-J. H. Tucker, the state for the artificial growth
I Florida industry are interesting in WE WONDERIF
ADVERTISERS; $120.00.For of oysters and clams. Since Florida YOU REALIZE
themselves, and serve to illustratethe THE SAVING POSSIBILITIES -
Solicitor-Wilber L. has coast line than all the other
{ Copy for display and all ,:her hand-set County more variety as well as the richness of THESE SALES HOLD OUT TO YOU?
be handed in at the biiineu Atlantic states combined, the task
dTtrtuinr nut Tilden, $75.00. YOU HAVE ONLY
the resources of that great state.-In- ONCE TO
later than 2
Sentinel net
trice .f the p. m.
{ the day before pabnea oD. This rule applies For Congressional CommitteemanJ. of the commission is a gigantic,one. dustrial Index. LEARN-THEN YOU WILL "GET THE HAB-
to chances for contract advertising; it is W. Wilmott, May 5; LeRoy B. In a year the commissioner, in his IT" AND COME EVERY WEEK.
invariable and win be strictly adhered to.
Giles, May 2. work, has traveled over 15,000 miles, NOTICE
Subscribers deatrlnc The Sentinel, discontinued For State Committeeman-W. P. more than 3,000 miles by water. He
should notify. the office in writing en The following named were appointed Clerks Every Special After Supper Sale offering is
Chubb of miles
S. took to
trip over 2,000
Democrat Henry a
the date of expiration otherwise it will be ; and Inspectors of the Election to be held June underpriced-radically although everything W
I continued at the regular subscription rates Republican. cover the coast line points to be vis 2, 1914. By order of the Board of County
untIl notice to stop is received. Commissioners of Orange County Florida: positively NEW AND FRESH-THIS SEASON'S
For County Commissioner 0. ited. The commissioner established No.1. Orlando. South-W. M. Bnttain. GOODS-NEW GOODS
Nothing but NEW
FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. Overstreet, $5.00; J. L. Dillard, $12 oyster and clam farms covering 6,394 clerk Cohoon; ,D.inspectors.No. J. Beidler. J. E. Crawford R. S. GOODS that means savings- in instance

50; C. J. Sweet, $7.50; E. L. Brown, acres of water bottom. Many of 2. Orlando. North-H. A. Newell, clerk: nickels every
Frank Guernsey Hugh C. Allen W. S. quarters half dollars _
$7.50; A. C. Starbird, $12.50. these are on the west coast. The .
Mediation is like base runningbesure Branch Jr.. inspectors.No. and dollars are saved on every purchase according ,
For County CommitteemanFrankX. farms range from one to 500 acres. 3, Winter Park-F. M. Shepherd
to keep your eye on the ball. clerk; Philip Dale T. M. Henkel, A. Schultz, I to the values.THAT'S .
Schuller.For The state's source of revenue is taxa- inspectors.No. .
o In. 4. Maitland-Wm. B. Willett, clerk A GOOD REASON TO START A BANK
I Member Board of Public tion of dealers, boats, two per cent. ;
i S. B. Hill, W. E. Simmons Isaac Vander-
Whatever else they may accuse him struction-M. M. Smith, $7.00; J. B. privilege tax and lease rental. The pool, inspectors.No. ACCOUNT

of-McAdoo is nobody's pretty boy.! Redditt, Jas. A. Knox, C. H. Gallo- legislature has appropriated $1,000. 5, Lockhart-J. E. Rose, clerk; P. M.
Moseley Chas. F. Russ H. M. Rouse, in-
o i way, Wm. Edwards.For The commission has had a revenue spectors.No. NOTION DEPARTWHITE WASHGOODS
i 6, Apopka-W. T. clerk
Champneys. I
All rumors of war were stilled by i Supervisor of RegistrationFrank for the year of $12,023.75 and has E. Liebmg. A.V.. Evans, D. W. High in-; MENT

wedding bells at the White House last I H. Williams, $5.00. spent $10,093.23. In a recent report spectors.No.. We are closing out all of 630 yards, Striped Crepes, i
7. Bay Ridge-J. E. Merrill, clerk; our TALCU3I POWDER
evening at six. the commissioner says: "The indus- Geo. Conroy, L. Pike, Henry Schopke, in and for plain and fancy voiles, J
quick Three
o THE PRIMARY LAW ELIMINATES try is now firmly established on a spectors.No.. hours poplins, Pique, Madras,
t 8 Zellwood-W. A. Chapman clerk; selling priced and Ottoman
When the American charge lost his CAPT. D. H. BAKER business basis, which is a very satis- M. F. McDonald. L. A. Obborne, Z. }L at ten cent tins for .3c. tistes and chiffon cords mulls, ba-
Strong, inspectors.No. 25c; tins for . . . ,
to the dealers and .
factory one oyster- .
grips he felt like exclaiming, 0, 9 Clarcona-A. D. Davis, clerk; J. W. etc.
pshaw-nessy!" The friends of Capt. D. H. Baker men generally. The state has en- inspectors.No.Dann L .H. M. Marden, Wm. H. Behrens JO Values up to 50 cents Sate 1. 1 I*

t o awake to find that the Bryan primarylaw joyed the best oyster season it has had 10, Ocoee-W. P. Blakel y. clerk; L urday night . . .
barrels M. Moore W. J. Minor Thos. Hudson in "Snaps" Blk and white.
the senato- for several of
The Burns testimony didn't secure eliminates him from years. 161,966 spectors.No. Reg. 10c. doz. Sat. night '.
rial race. The more and more we oysters and clams have been taken 11, Winter Garden-G. W. Bray, clerk; 23c :
Frank trial but the
a new lawyers A. S. Thornton M. V. Dillard R. P. Wright, 2 doz for .. . ... .. ,5c
F are still scrapping. know about this law the less and less from the waters of the state. The inspectors.No. I

we love it. There is too much machinery natural oyster reefs of Franklin coun- 12 Oakland-Arthur Speer. clerk: J.
(J H. Sadler Hugh Connell, S. F. Briley in A LINE OF HOSIERY I
A dandy good rain in this sectionnow about it. ty were the biggest producers and spectors.No. .
13, Gotha-C. P. Belknap, clerk; RalphE. The famous "WUNDERHOSE" full guaranteed, for I
It Capt. Baker's friends in Apalachicola the chief market. The
would be about welcome was .
as a Kline, W. M. Moseley. A. L. Maclean inspectors.
thing as could possibly happen.The Sumter county who urged him to I estimated yield for the next season is women and children in BLACK, WHITE AND TAX, all ,
No. 14, Orange Center-W. W Bonne Sizes. The Standard Price is 4 Pairs for dollar. Saturday
and he double that of the last one -
o make the race for senator, I season or over clerk: J. E. Maddox, W. II. Bronson, J. R.
Miami favors more or less left the matter in their 300,000 barrels. Boston. inspectors.No. night 4 pairs . . . . .
15, Taft-C. H.
Hartley clerk: ; B. B.
anti-tip law. Such a law would be hands, and as he and they are farmers Prescott., W. E. Murphy W. G. Sphaler in for83c

unpopular with the waiters of the they were not posted as to the FLORIDA PRODUCTS spectors.No.. 16, Pine Castle-J. W. Matchett, clerk;
East Coast hotels. intricacies of the new law, and Paul Mary W. M. Hansen J. A. Wilkes, 9 ,

o thought that all candidates for other II II It is a far cry from sunny Floridato inspectors.No.. 17.. Conviay-IL T. Arnold clerk; G. SILK EOLIENNES TURKISII TOWELS I

1 Nelson O'Shaughnessy's route from than state offices had twenty days frozen Norway and Sweden, yet W. Crawford. L. Garrett, W. J. Conoley, in A 1 i r
t spectors.No. dainty silk-corded
Mexico City to Washington might be before the primary in which to qual the material for 25,000 pairs of ski I 18, Fort Christmas-W. A. Tucker weave in a nice range of Are never out of Fashion ;

2f tracked by ,the missing baggage ify, but it seems that one of the pro-I is exported annually from the Landof clerk Savage; ,G.inspectors.G. Coward, Drew. Tucker J. W. new colorings. A very and always good property.

which he lost along the way. visions is that where a Flowers for use on the snow and No. 19, Pickett-Will Tanner clerk; I. L. correct fabric for the but price reduction prevails $
Hodges J. F. Story H. W. Tanner inspect draped costume 36 in.
o voted for in more than one county he i I I ice in these northern countries of and i
ors.No. wid. Excellent value for Saturday night *4i i
"What's What in the Fourth Dis- must qualify thirty days before the Europe.A Rouse. 20.Allen Fish Hancock-Geo., Fish W. J.clerk Callicutt; D., W.in 75 cents. Saturday night 25; doz go out at, pair. t
trict" is the title of an article copied primary, and all the necessary papers correspondent of the Industrial spectors.

from Dixie that is well worth your must be filed before that date with Index writes interestingly in this issue Attest: M.B. 0.M.OVERSTREET ROBINSON, Clerk.Chairman. II 45c 25c t

time to read. It is published else- the secretary of state. of a plant at Gainesville, Fla., (Seal)

where in the Sentinel So too much law machinery will de- which prepares the material for the

o prive the voters of the twentieth sen- ski and which also, sends several MlllillilltHMMMM SATURDAY All DAY SPECIALS

While Becker was in the death atorial district from the pleasure of thousand golf sticks each year to

rj house at Sing Sing he studied carefully voting for Capt. Baker, whom they England and Scotland. It furnishes T. F. HOURIHM' : I CAMASOLE LACES LAST CALL ON RA 1

1 the record in his case and also had learned to love for the splendid batting sticks used in looms in Ger- I.

j read law. He is now prepared to be manner in which he had served themas many and Austria and most of the Licensed Plumber and : The latest fashion In for large cor TINES
set covers. a
Sanitary Engineer I 750 yards, Plains, stripes, .
of much assistance to his attorneys senator some years ago. heavy wagon gears which are imported range of charnfjng new Checks, all colors-all
L in his second trial for the murder of It is certainly a matter of supreme into Australia. Many gross of Estimates Furnished. Jobbing shadow effects. weights. Your choice of
Rosenthal. regret to Capt. Baker's friends both baseball bats and a large percentageof Promptly Attended to. : Regular Values up values up to $1.50 yard.

o in Sumter and Marion counties.- high grade automobile spokes used PHONE 629 : I to 33c. All Day Saturday All day Saturday.

Ocala has had another automobile Ocala Banner. in this country are manufactured at 106 Court Street : 19c 49c

tragedy. Reckless driving about the plant. I .
Ocala must be more pronounced thanit Have you written that advertisement All of these are made from Florida ORLANDO, FLORIDA .

is in other towns. It's bad enough for the Sunday Sentinel? Bet- white hickory, which is said to be the (-.211mI NEW SHIRT WAISTS

everywhere, and Ocala's experiences ter fix one up now. It will pay. best in the world. The minimum I MltHlliltltHIMMMIIIIIIMiillHIMi : 23 dozen of XEW YORK'S Latest Styles have just come '
: to hand too late, however, to put into our regular stock
should awful
serve an example of its
-they are dainty confections of Voiles, Embroidered
consequences. HIMMIMM MHlMmtMMMMMMMtllMMMMMIIIIIMIM 111111111111111111. Crepes, etc., plentifully trimmed with dainty laces and insertions -

h c The Palm, Beach o Post regards the AND ALLEGRETTIWe They were ppuchased to sell at 98c, $1.23; and
$1.50. (Quite a number at the later price) ALL
: late theatrical magnate Benj. Keithas
having made a sensible' provisionin keep our Candies on ice during hot summer DAY SATURDAY for quick selling . .... . . '

his will for an extra hundred thou- months. 60-80-I.OO pound. Try a box.
sand for his widow in the event of

i her remarriage. The widow and the McELROY'S PHARMACYPHONE ii

Post are probably unanimous in thisopinion.

o MttMIMIIiMIMMMMtlitlMIMtllMIIIMAre White Canvas 0 xCorcls. PUMPS i n '
Because he wasn't informed of that We are repeating the special -
provision of the primary law requir All our stock of $3.50quality we put on last week
by request, and a fresh
ing his qualification thirty days before on sale Saturday delivery gives us all siz-

the primary, Capt. Baker, who all day ..... ..... 's. All day Saturday at
was running for the senate in Sum the same price of .. .

1 ter and Marion counties, was forced I .
$2.75 $1.89SALE
out of the race. It is pretty certainthat t

Capt. Baker and his friends are .

r not very strong for the new law. You Invitedto OF PARASOLS

o Nothing like giving price reductions when the arti-
The discussion of the terms "pro.gressive" cles are wanted.
a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where :
and contin
"reactionary" Note the prices prevailing ALL DAY Saturday:

ues, and to such an extent that Edito a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure : Regular YalueoO c for ............... .... .... ... 39c

John Caldwell of the Jasper Bannei you will be interested in our display of the newest and : Regular Value 75c for ....... .. ......... .......... 59c

has become confused, befuddled anc I Regular Value $1.00 for .. ... ... ..... ... 79C.

t confesses that he doesn't know"where most artistic designs inCUT t. Regular: Value $1.50 for .. ... .... ...... ........ $1.20

he is at." He allows tha t! -- Regular Value $2.00 for .......... ... ... ........ 1.39

' he has been mixing his politics s o ,. + GLASS Regular value $3.00 for ............... .......... 2.25
badly that he is neither-now whal I

is he? There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets GROCERY DEPARTMENT

o here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving. 3 Packets Puffed Wheat for. ............. ........ 23c.;

sional The honors four candidates have come for and congres gon ALL DAY SATURDAYDicksonIvos
and if they really made any convertto be more acceptable.T.H.Evans. .

their way of thinking, it has no t .
One to light. About all they an a .F

was to "turn loose" a lot of "hot air

and blame Congressman Claude L'En

gle with doing a lot of things, fo r Co1

which he is no more responsible tha:n

the man in the moon.

i It is truly great-the wonderfu

{ things some of the aspirants fo r rOiIoo

. Claude L'Engle's seat in congres S DEPARTMENTAL STORE

have accomplished in their horn e the Jeweler

counties. !,But how about others ,

Along about this time last yea

t "Chic" Acosta, the representativ Ave.ORLANDO'S
from Duval county in the Florida legislature .

i was engaged in "memorabl e I


i in his power for the division of Oj I .
fi ange county.


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Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P.

I. I Admission? 5 cents a

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We hereby give due notice to all concerned AND SELLS \ TODAY'S PROGRAMA w "bet It lit t llen'5"

that our men will maintain an in- Great All Comedy Program
REAL ESTATE "Cupid's Close Shave." Nestor, .
spection with orders to shut off without with Ramona Langley, Eddie Lyons
and Russell Bassett. Billings, the a _
only barber in a small town
fires Eddie -
notice any and all water services using because he flirts with his daughter. -
600 acres south of Winter Eddie sets up a rival business III Your Friends

sprinklers or hose out of the hours prescribed Garden and west of and tries wins the out with a girl barber. Father -
same scheme and fails.
Gotha, including 10 acre He gives in when his girl turns to.be
Why they buy from us- they
by the city and this company.A a rival.

orange grove. The en- "Almost an Actress." Joker. Susie will tell you, it is
tire tract covered with is stage struck and scorns Lee'sve
charge of $1.00 will be, made on making, telling him that she is ,
yellow pine timber. Two going; to become a great actress. But BecauseWe

each case for turning the service on again. miles of lake shore. does Jimmy's she? Deception. Powers. Mother -

# 4.23- mHMIiMtlMIMMMMIIM talent.believes Jimmy that has Jimmy, but has prefers musical to D have the goods, we haves D

play baseball. A friend takes the price and give you
place with the teacher. Mother, believing -
Z* her son a wonder, gathers her 'prompt, courteous and pleasing -
friends in to listen. When the truth .
rl w mr & MRS. ROBT. HOWE ENTERTAINS comes out there is an awful row. service.
Liaht t
n FOR ATTRACTIVE VISITORSMrs. Today set. is 4:30 the is day the to win hour that for dinner the

drawing[ of the lucky number.IR. Come and See
Fred Strauss and Mrs. L F.

." " 1111111111111111111111,1,1,1,11,1,1" ,? Bickman, the nieces of Mrs. S.Waters
MMIMiitlMMMIMMMIMIiMMiiiilliiiilllliiiitt Howe, were the honorees of a pretty CONTRIBUTES TO

party yesterday given by Mrs. Rob PLAY GROUND FUND fl fle Allen & Co. ,

I ROSALIND CLUB Auction bridge was played, and th The following letter from Mr.
WADE scores kept on dainty fan-shaped tai Branch is warmly appreciated by the Jewelers

THE TUNER Thursday was observed at the Rosa lies. Mrs. 'F. D. Carr won the firstprize ladies. who are aiding the JuniorLeague

ORLANDO, FLA. lind club with an informal reception, a handsome sofa pillow! ; Mrs. in the effort to provide a suitable Prompt Repairing.E'er1hing.

followed by a very enjoyable musical Louis Dolive received a note book i in equipment for the play ground Guaranteed.

program, the affair being arrangedby a pretty hand painted cover, and Mrs. His gift, with a few similar donations -

the hospitality committee, Miss Mallet won a useful crocheted bag. will be most gratefully used
Mr. 0. W. Carlin, of Jupiter, is
the visitors to Orlando ,Hudson, Mrs. Vivian, Mrs. Haden, The card tables were cleared at five toward completing the purchase price
among today. I Miss Howard, and Miss Grace Holt, o'clock, and covers of tissue paper of the articles ordered for the playground .

Saturday, May 9th, is as late as assisted by Mrs. Hamilton Johnson. painted with wild roses, were used o n since, as stated recently, the

you can pay your poll tax and vote I j Instrumental solos were given byMiss which to place the tempting dishes of cost of what seemed the most suitable

in the June election. Sara Slemons and Miss Rose brick ice cream, cakes and bon-bons. equipment exceeded decidedly the bn

Miss Margaret Hart left yester- Hamblin; a vocal solo was given by Pink and white were the colors noticeable sum which the Junior League has "CO. s I ti- leD

day afternoon for a several days visit Miss Eliza Wright, a violin obligato i both in the delicious eatables, raised for this purpose.

. to friends in Jacksonville. being played by Mr. Frank Allen, and in the decorations of sweet peas Any aid in thus providing harmless t"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIWhat
\ with Miss Alice Allen as accompanist and lilies of the valley, and a moreattractive and healthful recreation for children -
Mr. A. -E. Owens arrived yesterday Miss Claire Robinson sang two numbers scheme could not have beenfound. will be most gladly welcomed by

t from Williston, S. C., to visit his and was accompanied by her A number of tea guests arrived Irs. Beeman and Mrs. Laughlin, and to Eat?
cousin, Mr. A. L. Weathersbee.Mr. .
cousins, the Misses Bird, with the late in the afternoon, and these it is hoped many.of our people who
John W. Rinaldi is spending a mandolin and piano. were seated in the reception halt have the interest of children at heart

day or two in this section in the in- Iced tea, with lemon sherbet and Here a large table, covered with a rill unite in helping, the Junior Is the problem that bothers the housewife during.

terest of the Bentley Gray Dry Goods sandwiches, were served at five lace cloth over fink satin, bore a silver League to complete this payment. the warm days.

company, of Tampa o'clock. bowl filled with punch, and, as i in May 6th, 1914.

Rev. C. C. Cline and Misses Theo the drawing room, many flowers were To Mrs. H. L.III.Beeman, Orlando and, Fla.Mrs.:JamesLaughlin We Can Solve it for You

and Allie Davis arrived yesterday Mrs Lide Stone arrived yesterday in evidence. Each guest was given a I consider the establishment and

from Pine Bluff, Ark., to spend !rom Sulligent, Ala., to visit hunt er souvenir basket filled with bonbons.In equipment of the play ground on
a I
while in our city. \ Mrs. Chas. Drennen. Mrs.: attendance were: Mrs. F. D. Lake Eola one of the most important Because we have everything in vegetables, fruits
atone has Carr, Mrs. Seth Woodruff, Mrs. H. civic movements ever inaugurated in
in Orlando and
many seasons -
It is only the narrow minded man Orlando. I am therefore very glad fancy staple groceries.-
who as Miss Lide Wilson and has L. Beeman, Mrs. Geo. Nolan, Mrs. to enclose herewith my "mite" to assist -
condemns the world for not see- many friends who will be glad to Louis Dolive, Mrs. Leonard Bumby, the work.
ing things as he does. There is always learn of her visit. Jr., Miss Ada Bumby, Mrs. Mallet, Every property owner and every A Trial is All we Ask .
two sides to a biscuit. Mrs. DeWitt Miller head of a family in the city ought to
Miss Miller, Mrs.
Mr. T. R. Cadenay
expects to leave contribute
somthing to such a wort
Dr. W. C. Person and daughter, LeRoy Giles, Mrs. Lee Miller, Mrs.J. .
tomorrow for New York city to spenda cause. I am sure the "Orlando spiel
Miss Agnes, left yesterday for Jack- short while. He will from thereto N. McElroy, Mrs. N. J. Merck, Miss will stand back of you in your effo ty'V
sonville, where they will spend a dayor go Mayme Thornton, Miss Sara Slemons, to sustain the play grounds.
to the remainder
spend of
two taking in the Confederate Veterans' Miss Alma DeLaney, Mrs. Florence Very truly yours, GROCERY
the summer, returning in the fall I to W. S. BRANCH.
reunion. Hudson, Miss Norma Gettier, Miss
devote his attention
to the famous
Rev. Coleman Groves arrived last Bartlett Gardens. I Agnes Person, Miss Willie Person, MR. AND MRS. JOHN M. CHENEY CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

night from Memphis, Tenn., and will i and Miss Claire Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hendricks GIVE BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION 200 6 & I
spend few returned 8 E. Pine Street
a days with his parents,
Mr.. and Mrs. J. E. Groves, on South yesterday from a brief visit to Mr. J. H. Powers, of Kansas City,
Last between the of
the former's relatives in Orlando, and evening hours
DeLaney Kas., who is at Taft
street stopping paid
Mr. Hendricks left this morning for eight and eleven, throngs of guests CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
this office a call Mr. Powers
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Holbrook and yesterday. "
Port Inglis. Mrs. Hendricks will be gathered at "Glendonjo, the beautiful -
two children arrived last night from at the home of Mrs. D. R. Connor for was a guest at the Taft hotel at home of Judge and Mrs. J. M. FUNERAL DESIGNS !
Whitesville, Ky., to visit with his the time of the fire and lost all of his; t
several days.-Ocala Star.D. Cheney, gladly availing themselves of
brother, Mr. J. P. Holbrook, at 411 belongings.Mrs. the opportunity to meet and welcomeMr. "'III' I'II'IIIIII'II"'I'II'IIIIIIIII"IIII"111111Vhite
W. Foley, of Orange county, ar-
West street. .
rived this Wm. Stone arrived yesterday and Mrs. Joseph Y. Cheney and -
morning to
The Keystone has been thoroughly in spend a dayor from Sulligent, Ala., to visit her )Ir. and Mrs. Douglas R. Ellerbe. TRUCKERS, TAKE NOTICE
so city. He is here on \ Star Market
cleaned and aunt, Mrs. Chas. Drennen, at "Paso
renovated and will ) The wide veranda was aglow with
j special business with his fellow members Schnarr's No. 3 will kill and keep
to the public Saturday, May 9. Aj I I of the Masonic fraternity and: Robles. Mrs. Stone will be pleasantly Japanese lanterns, and the entire the Hessian flies and other sucking
chicken dinner will be served Sunday., will the remembered by many friends as Mis; house fragrant with flowers. In the insects off the watermelons, canta-
see most of them
before he
Mrs. Z. G. Duncan. 5-8-tf leaves town. Lyde Wilson. hall way Mrs. Dolive met the visitors, loupes, tomatoes and potatoes. Guaranteed -
-West Palm Beach Sun. to give satisfaction or money
Mrs. Gassman, of Lexington, Va., and Miss Bumby escorted them to the refunded. J. Schnarr & Co., manufacturers
arrived yesterday afternoon for a Eat what you w nt. W. C. T. U. reception room, where the host and rear 51 West Church street,

short visit to her daughter, Miss Eat all you want. hostess greeted them and introduced Orlando, Fla. 4-24-d&w-tf

Eloise Gassman, who is one of the Take a postscript and forget it. Business meeting Friday, 3 p. mat ., the; honorees. Here white carnations I fiat+'
For sale by all durggists. Presbyterian lecture WITH LATEST TYPE FACES AND
popular instructors of the Cathedral room, after were used, with feathery asparagus
school lTd&wlyrKeep which a memorial service will be held fern, and in the dining room, where SKILLED WORKMENthis
in,honor of Mrs. Lillian M. Stevens572t delicious served office is prepared to do the finestof
with the times a i cream course was ,
up in whichwe
Saratfj'a chips fresh the; decorations were pink carnations. job printing of every description.We .
every day, live. You can do so for 10 centsa
nice d crisp. Try them. Gordon'sBakery. week by reading the Sen A pretty musical program was giv- are proud of the work we do,
5-8-6t tinel. Morning T. S. Abef&Athy, auto livery, phoie en during the evening by an orches- and we are always willing to put on
2, Orlando. 3-5-tf tra. that extra few minutes which will

The affair delightful in give your work that touch of individuality -
IMHIHIMMMMMIHtlM MtltilM particular and will long be remembered WE CUT I I and distinctiveness without

as one of the most brilliant ever which publicity matter loses the
held in the city.MIKADO. comes from the very choicest greater part of its value. And our :
bred live stock. That's why prices are no higher. Phone 24. .
At The
Lucerne Today REHEARSALThe even the so-called poor cuts of

regular rehearsal for the meat from this market are better FOR SALE .

Mikado will be held at the Orlando than the finest cuts from cat-
: Fruit, farm, garden land, orange .
opera house tonight at 7:30 o'clock. tle of lower grade. And our groves and other property. If interested -

1' The young ladies are requested to at- prices are no higher either. address A. B. A., care Sentinel. .
5-6-1w-d&w -
( tend special rehearsal at the same Phone 23
"THE RELIC place at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. 48 W. Church St. 5-6t-f
{ First class Brazing a specialty at
Warman's Repair Shop o' Court St.
a two reel Broncho and fine ROSALIND NOTICE 12-b-tf.
a picture. WOOD, COAL AND ICE
The monthly business meeting of
\ Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's i.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIII
,' the Rosalind club will be held at four


a good one reel Majestic. the hour.ELOISE. Buy& your Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLaney a by PARCEL POST i '

ROBINSON, Secretary.TOO big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf

And I Men's Half Soles, 7c to 850 s
two good reels. SEED! SEED! SEED! Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75cChildren's
Garden and field seed. &
W.U."TED-Reliable to Half Soles
party occu SOc to 7sc J
Abernethy, druggists. 313tfOSTEOPATHY
py house during summer months Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oo

Centrally located, three blocks from Heels Repaired, 2sc.

postoffice. Address D, Box 298, city All work returned in
| Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents Children 5 Cents 5-8-3t Orders without remittance 24 hours.re- J

turned C. 0. D. We pay

Balcony: 5 Cents Eat what you want I return postage.
I Eat all you want. DR. J. C .HOWELL

Continuous show from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. Take For sale a postscript by all druggists.and forget it. .Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointment:I! A. Hanson

I-1-d&w.lyr No extra charge for house treatment X9 Eat Pine Street

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lt.IIIIIIIIIIIII O'.j For the news, read The Sentinel Office cor. Orange and Central Ares. !
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There will be a meeting of the
31 Winter Pa/k, Fla, May 7.-The Orange County Democratic Execu-
Claude L'EngleDont't
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of tive Committee at the court house in ORLANDO ASh1NGTONG

Rev. and Mrs. W. L Barge, was an
Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, May 23, Notices of Lost Wanted FOE. Sale For Get Stung-
occasion long to be remembered. Af- 1914, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the Rent etc., for this column, 25c for one cb,.
the SOc for three days or '1.00 for one week for May bees are good little in
ter several "old time" by
songs purpose of meeting the inspectors and 25: words or lew. Money must accompanythe sects
choir and a solo "Believe Me, If All clerks appointed to conduct the pri- advertisement fer this column as no G DRAWING ROOM
insertions will be made on credit But they don't fly in June I
Those Endearing Young Charms, by mary election on June 2nd, and trans-
In the June primaryDon't
: Prof. Homer S. Pope, Mrs. Lenfest acting any other business which may FOR SALE waste time SLEEPING CARE
on May II
J played Mendelssohn's wedding march come before it. An elegant modern home; four bed-

P t while Rev. C. E. Enlow, followed by SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- bees. E I
tricity throughout; fruit trees and Some other man may be all ,
..f the twenty-five bride and groom, JOSIAH FERRIS
year Secretary. flowers. 509 East Central avenue. right for you in Congress;
took their place at the altar where Orlando Fla.
6 1914. 2-15-tf.
May ,

-if exchanged congratulations and Rev.and and greetings Mrs. Barge were The Peter Pan minstrels, which FOR SALE line Some mocracy.with other progressive man may be De in TLNTIC L COAST T LINE f I

presented with a basket containing Narsery stock, one, two, three and
silver dollars several were presented in Gainesville a few four year old buds; Foster Early,. Some other man may be

twenty-five weeks ago by Miss Pearle Rogers and Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- able to thigh for the people

Ijt. substantial checks, other money gifts home talent, was presented in San- ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle* after election, OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M. 1p
and a very fine and valuable collec- Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
ford a few nights ago by the home But may be some other man
value -
tion of silverware, agregating a
talent of that city, and several hundred won't.
FOR SALE-Ten of land
Mr. and Mrs. Barge of acres ; one i
-i to assure dollars was cleared and addedto acre in bearing orange grove; six And may be you'll get

Ft the esteem in which they are held by the welfare department of the Wo- acres cleared; part of land suitable, stung fooling with him. Tuesffay J all ll Satirftay
l the entire community. man's club. for gardening and trucking; located : You know that Claude

t,: Miss Maud Enlow read "That Old half road.mile Bargain.from city Address limits M.on C.public B.,I I L'Engle is NOT a may be;

Sweetheart of Mine, with Mrs. Len care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf You know that he.will
fest and Miss Smith accompanying think and act for you,

J on the organ and violin. REPRESENTATIVE FOR SALE Because he is now in Con W., R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week-
il Light refreshments were, served I hereby announce for Representative ly, no interest. gress doing this very thin W. D WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

during which Professor Pope sang. from Orange county subject to Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.
the action of the Democratic primary to be acres land, lake front. $1,250.
1: wish to all
the expressed pres- thing

was ,
held June 2nd 12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Orlando ; George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando. t
ent that Rev. and Mrs. Barge might J. H. REESE. Don't risk the best chance
$10 per acre. J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
be abundantly blessed as they begin G lots and 3 room house in Orlando. that ever happened.
the journey to the golden anniver- FOR, $12.50 per month gets warranty deed.F. Claude L'Engle has been r HMIMM

-I- I hereby announce ay candidacy for Representative A. LEWTER. time-tried and firetested I
sary. from Orange county subject to 4-14-d&w-lm Ir
Paul Harrison suffered the misfortune fig action of the Democratic primary to be in the fights for the -

;i of a fractured collar bone last heU June 2nd. S. S. GRIFFIN. FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare people's rights.He .

: Thursday while driving home from .. bargain; recently completely over- is the one sure thing
FOR REPRESENTATIVE hauled and made good as new in ev-
" for in this for
Altamonte. Some part of the hart you race Fake 3
ery part guaranteed first class con- .
ness gave way, causing the buggyto Representative I hereby announce from Orange myself a county candidate for the for dition; must be sold at once, even at Congress in the Fourth DAILY BETWEEN

to strike the horse when he became next session of the Florida Legislature, subject sacrifice. Come, or address, White District .. BUFFALO .
frightened and plunged into a tree to the Democratic primary to be held Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fia. He is there for one term, .P $
June 2nd.
i by the side of the road, throwing C. P. DICKINSON.FOR 4-23-tf Keep him there for another (LEVELED

1.. Paul out so violently as to fracture REPRESENTATIVEYielding FOR RENT-Marion house, No. 207 Vote for Claude L'Engle
West Church street. Ten ,
be the desire rooms first.
; the bone. to what appears to -
of leading citizens in almost every precinct new bath room, two toilets. Inquire Take chance second
il The alumni of the High School of Orange county that one of the candidates No. 10 Washington street. 5-6-3t a
served ice and cake at the to be nominated for Representativein
the primary election of June 2nd shouldbe
BEST BARGAIN in Real Estate near "
k school house last Friday, realizing from myself the country a precincts. I hereby announce city. Half cash, rest on terms.A. '- THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEET

with the receipts from the box or candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. B. A., care Sentinel. 5-6-3t LaBth 500 fort;bra 98 fee inches;510 UtCToom and parlors -.odatiDg pusec.r .
Grater *-Una ia all propertiani nrhrr in|3.ppomttnenu-Ihaa gar tuuncr ca
: parcel social recently, twenty-five ,MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTEUO FOR SALE-Buick model 28 roadstei inland esters of&heu; LuanatJoMlStL

I dollars. TIONI at a bargain. Am returning North. Chadwick'sSpecial List Magnificent StMBtm"SEEANDBEE.""Cty of Erie"tad"GJy of BuHtV
The exhibit day of our public hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Run 2,500 miles; complete oversize Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND
re-election to the office of Member of -Mar in to Dec la
e' school proved to be very popular withthe Board of Public Instruction, Orange County tires, Hartford shock absorbers, and of Properties for Sale and Renl le T.B&U '.00 P.H. Lee..CWli tOO P.K. *
fiwm District No. S, subject to the coming demountable rims. 0. L Gooden Arrive C1eft1ui. LULL AmBa J. 740JLM.EuUn .
p rents'and friends of the schoolin primary. Very respectfully, Orlando, Fla. 5.7-lw ( Standard Tim*) ,
in spite of the heavy rain, which fell WM. EDWARDS. franMlioM it OfduJtMft 4B-BT.T.LdoDetroitaad.11poistmTutedSoeth..Rltu1ro.dtWete
Zeliweod. Fla. LOST-Bunch of keys; name, "Olden Lake Lucerne Private readiif between a.I'al..i OrreliBd tn pad f.etr.o.pw4tioaa. .*r IleaAak --.
during the rnon.I : boardingand jour ticket ifeat far ticUu via C.*: L.LiDe. Tine w fat buUtome fflujtntcd bU fak
FOR SUPERVISOR Of REGISTRATIONI Stokes, Orange county, janitor, on
Each in all the had roominghouse bedrooms THE CLEVELAND A BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cl.T.U.J. O.
pupil grades hereby announce myself u a candidatefor tag. Return to Sentinel office and ,
samples of the work they are doing re-eleetien to the office of Supervisor of receive reward. 5-7-3t seven private baths. Everything I
I Registration for Orange County subject to -
displayed in the several rooms and the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd
1914. WANTED-At once, a good young complete, even silverwareand
,; disinterested judges were asked to FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR mare, harness, wagon and top buggy -
piano. This
i select what they thought the best ; also good milk cow. 208 Gould grand proposi
SHERIFF street. 5-7-3t tion can be secured for six Up in the Cold NorthwestThe
l work done in each grade. The best I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor .

! work was recognized by a blue and Democratic Sheriff of primary Orange of County June tad subject 1914.to the WANTED-To- hire for month of Maya months for $200.00, just a few

I the second best by a red ribbon, and FOR SHERIFF FRANK GORDON. gentle horse and high back low dollars more than a private largest sale of music and musical in-
f we are assured by the judges that it phaeton buggy, for invalid's use; house coolest location '
k difficult task to make I announce myself as a candidate for the party owning to take care of same if ; in the ; strwnents is during the winter months. In
was a very office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida, possible. Apply 112 Grace street city; strictly no children. (N. B.) i
these selections, as the work was so subject to the Democratic primary. I am a 5-1-lw Florida the trade is the
native of Orange county. In asking the votes largest during sum-
nearly uniform in each grade. of my fellow citizens. I pledge myself to discharge Also six-room cottage, furnished
In the first Hasel Durdin the.duties of the office without fearor You should children interested
grade mer. -
RENT get
favor to any man for the upholding of the FOR complete; fine shade, close in; your
and Maud Partin received the blue laws and the preservation of peace and good -- I
and red ribbons respectively. order in the county.WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR FOR RENT-Permanently, unfur- ready NOW, unfurnished, North in learnihg music during the summer vaca-
;i nished, at South Lake and South Orange, four blocks out. Ask
Grade Gertrude Ward ElI
Second : -
; COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION streets, very nice lower flat; has five Chadwick for these and other tion. We carry Violins Mandolins Guitars ,
lis Taylor. DISTRICT .NO. 3 rooms and bath and all modern con-

Third Grade: Macon Blackburn, I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor veniences. Address' C. Goesswein, properties for sale or rent. Good Drums and all small musical goods and in-

I Beatrice Enlow. the office of Member of the County Lake Davis. 4-16-tf service at all times. I!
Board of Public Instruction from School
Fourth Grade: Eunice Betts, Har- Board District Nt. 3, subject to the actionof Struction books.
FOR RENT-Two office in
old Ward. the Democratic primary June 2nd 1914. spaces -
If elected'''I will give thoughtful attention to our store at No. 9 W. Church street. I Let us assist in all musical matters.
I Fifth Grade: Margaret Kelogg, the educational interests of the county and Come in and we will show you. Pierce you

Robert Mansfield. faithful service. C. H. GALLOWAY.FOR Electric Co. 3-29-tf CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND I s

' Sixth Grade: Virgie Baker, William BUSINESS W. S. BRANCH
I A: Hale. TO RENT-Some very desirable mod-
ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. 19 W. Church St. phone 398.
Seventh Grade Jean
: Wagner :
I I hereby announce myself as candidate for 4-26-tf
The Arcade Book and Music Store
Meta Ahic. the office of Member of the County Board of Open Evenings )
Public Instruction from School Board DistrictNo.
Eighth Grade: Alice Campbell, 2, subject to the action of the Democratic MISCELLANEOUS
Katherine Betts. primary.. June 2nd. 1914. If elected I will hO _
give due attention to the work of the office I
I Ninth Grade: Agnes Moorman,' and endeavor to be fair to all the school WANTED-Plain and mend- :111111111111"1111'1'1\\11'\\\\\\1'1'\\\ \ t
Eleanor Coffin. interests of the county. J. B. REDDITT. ing. Children's clothes sewing a specialtv. \ \ \\\ .\\,\" ,\ fr** sOur

: Tenth Grade: Katie Doyle Fred- Prices reasonable. Address Box X,
i' eric Ward. am FOR a candidate COUNTY for COMMISSIONERI the office of County care Sentinel. 5-5-6t IT'S III TO TAKE UP 1 HOI H

fJ Mr. Wilson moved his house and District Commissioner 2. If elected of I Orange promise county to serve from the WANTED-Two furnished rooms for

r outbuildings to his new lot north of people to the best of my ability having resided light housekeeping, centrally lo
here a number of years I am qualified cated. Apply "G," Sentinel office.
, the school building, so his former lots
to know the needs of the section and

"G could course.be made ready for the new golf the people. 'Respectfully A. C. STARBIRD 5-5-3t LOST-April 20th, between Duke f FURNISHING R I 1 6 f I IN REAL[

The Fortnightly club met with Dr. Apopia, Fla. small Hall pillow and Colored case containing Town west soiled, a O QUESTION

and Mrs. C. E. Coffin last Monday -- FOR COMMISSIONER linen. Suitable reward if returnedto
night in the last meeting of the sea- I hereby announce nyrelf a candidate for Duke Hall 5-5-3t
re-election as Commissioner from District No.
son for a picnic and outing. Prof. 3. Orange county Florida, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary to be held EESz
Pope sang several selections, both be- June 2nd. 1914. OPENED AT 14 BRYAN .-The
) fore and after the delightful and ap- J. L. DILLARD. Florida Meat Market. Fresh meats

Caffeteria Each of all kinds. Fish and oysters in sea- '
petizing supper. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER son. Your patronage solicited. S. stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
served and number hereby announce myself as a
guest was given a County CommissSoner Orange County Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm I '> delight; it is a pleasure to select from them and an added
which corresponded to a table num- District Four subject to the action of the -- ,

bered and arranged for four and the greatly Democratic appreciate primary your, June support 2nd,1914. I will PROPERTY in the vicinity of New : ; pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -
York with residence
, arrangement served to mix the people Yours truly city, to ex- I In of the word.
C. J. SWEET. change for Orlando property on cash | every sense
y' in a way that all could get bet- Pine Cantle Fla. valuation. J. M., 307 West street,

ter acquainted. The meeting was a FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w HiMIIIIIIMMIMiiill" '. . . '

most delightful occasion and all I announce myself as a candidate for reelection -
went home voting Dr. and Mrs. Cof- to the office of County Coamissioa- Spray material, insecticides and ; | CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
ere Orange County District Five subject fungicides at F. F. Dutton's, San-
fin as royal entertainers. to the decision of the Democratic primary, ford, Fla. Write for and lit-
to purchase goods extended without the
June. 2nd, 1914. erature. 4-29-lm. 11 on payments, expense of joining -
Respectfully .

Ft Christmas, Fla. E. L. BROWN We insure your life and loan you ; ; dubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
money on real estate at 6 per cent
YOUR HAIR NUnS! FOR 1AX ASSESSORI interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., j ; feature to you.
hereby candidacy for the
announce my Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
office of Tax Assessor of Orange County subject
; to the action of the Demoeraitc primary 3-25-d&wtf iMillllililMttttiMMIiiMtMliilllMlltitHMMHiMililHMtKincaid
r PARISIAN SAGE called for Jane 2nd 1914. If nominated and
elected I pledge yon my faithful service.

I It Quickly Removes Dandruff FOR COMMISSIONER They sell, rent and exchange prop-

a: Just because your hair is full of I hereby announce myself a candidate far erty every day. For results try the I
dandruff, thin, streaky, dull and nev- re-election as County Commissioner from Sentinel
er will do up to look pretty do not District No. 1 of Orange county subject to want & Snowden
the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your
despair. Beautiful hair, thick, fluffy -
support will be greatly appreciated. If your paper is not delivered
lustrous and absolutely free from )(. 0. OVERSTREET.
dandruff and all excessive oil It promptly, don't fail to notify the office

I" Parisian Sage frequently appliedwill FOR COUNTY TREASURERI -

work wonders. Just one appli- Treasurer hereby of announce Orange myself County a subject candidate to the for SEED! SEED! SEED! Furniture of Character ,

cation stops itching head, removes Democratic primary of June 2nd. 1914. Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
dandruff and all excessive oilfl It J. H. TUCKER. Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
right to the hair roots and furnishes
goes -

the nourishment needed-tie hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTORI myself as a candidate at Popular Prices......... I Io
hair becames soft, fluffy, abundantand for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof Buy roar garden seed from Dela-
radiant with link Orange County subject to the Democratic ney & Abernethy. Just received a \
primary to be held June 2nd 1914. If
Parisian Sage not only saves the elected I pledge to you my faithful service re- big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
hair, but stimultes it to grow long as I have endeavored to give in the past I Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida ; ; :
and heavy. Get a 50-cent bottle from *. t:. MAKTUS. Bean, Cuke and Potato hampers 9

McElroy's Pharmacy at once. Thereis 1-2 cents at F. F. Dutton's Sanford,
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Mexican affair is now at a PEAS
stage where the United States can
well afford to await developments.,
Our occupation of Vera Cruz is un -
leaves for the north

challenged. Anxiety for Americans: We have a limited May 15th and has instructedus Cleanliness Of
has been greatly relieved. We are on supply IRON AND BRABHAM ; QualityFRESH
to sacrifice the
good terms with the constitutionalists property. :
COW PEAS in stock. Write
whose fortunes are steadily wax for quotations, naming ; I Located on Main street in I AND SALT MEATS

ing. Huerta's position becomes more quantity desired. Price sure right. : high-class neigborhood. Lot
and more untenable. The South :" 77x225 feet. Nine large GAME
have to offer in any quantity Bean, Cuke and
American mediators are patiently and : rooms and bath, garage nnd Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
hopefully at work. Every day brightens Potato hampers at 9 1-2 cents. We carry constantly a full I :I'servants house. The home

the prospect of our emerging line of crate material of all kinds. :1 is completely furnished and Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
peacefully and honorably from the
: surrounded with beautiful pure.
situation that has been forced uponus. Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers shade
: trees. Owner has
occupied -
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
In seizing Vera Cruz our govern etc., Phones 181191. : the property and re everything in the Meat Line.

ment took the one necessary step of : ceived an income of $100 per

reprisal against Huerta's insults and F. F. : month from furnished rooms

wrongs. Circumstances which mighthave Dutton : for the past six: months. Reasonable The PARLOR MARKETH.

forced us to go further did not : terms if neeessary.
arise. Though Carranza seemed dis SANFORD, FLORIDA
i : This is a fine location for a
posed at first to resent our action, ', ; 4291m. M. Self
house.ICooper & Co.
better judgment prevailed and a:I :I .

threatened quarrel with the constitu-I ;' IHMIHUMMCOW PINE
tionalists was averted. I Atha : i

made no effort to recover the port I Phone No. 80
and, under diplomatic warning from III South Orange Ave., Ground Fta.r '

' other nations, he has refrained from
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acts of vengeance on Americans in II'
Mexico City. Hundreds of refugees --- ---- --- -- ----- -- -------

have left the country, and those remaining f .11"1",1'1"1,1"1 , , .
are assured of a reasonablemeasure .

of protection. For Sale Will Put
the Reinsof
Since the United States was not

bent upon conquest it very naturallyand --

properly accepted the good officesof Success in Your
Argentina, Brazil and Chile to effect Just arrived car loadS Modern 8-room :

pute.a peaceful By so doing settlement we gave of the timely di FORDS for immediate House 2 doors : HandsHow

evidence of friendship toward our delivery. west of Wyom-i

South American neighbors and disarmed ? By furnishing witha
their suspicion of our motives I Get ing Hotel. Bar- :
yours now perfect Fertilizer. Let
in moving upon Mexican territory.We our representative -

completed to exhaust the every record pacific of our means purpose F. G. RUSH, call on you. He will give you a

before entering upon war. Phone 226 formula that will make and mature
What the fruits of mediation will \ A. L. Bentley,
be is as yet uncertain. Efforts your fruit
this kind invariably proceed slowly offact: ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEJMIIIMMmMltliMIt .

and encounter many obstacles. B
the United States has imperiled none .
of its rights or interests. On the contrary --

position it has strengthened and its moral its force.diplomatic PLANTSPLANTSPLANTSI pay $1.25 per 1,000 for Nancy T lli r r Fertr l' Co.ORLANDO

The refusal of the constitutional Hall and Porto Rico sweet potato .

ists to accept an armistice is not unexpected plants. P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
or discouraging. Every step
of their success brings nearer the fall ttlMllltlMIMI. .>CmillllMHI8t HM MMHMt
Who is __ _
your painter and decorator? __ _
of Huerta_and_ his elimination has If you are satisfied keep the one yeu
.0 Sentinel
been the chief end of our govern- have; if not, phone W. T. Entries, want advertising serves The Sentinel is the newsiest ardthe
ment's policy.It New 636. 1-20-tf 1 seeker and the'offerer equally. best printed daily in Central Florida,

may be that if Huerta suddenly!

retires (and it is reported that he is' To the West and NorthwestVIA '111'11111111111111111"1"1"11"1'1"11'1111"11111111111111111 111" '"
perfecting plans to do so) the constitutionalists -

will be willing to deal
diplomatically with his successor, and,

that a peaceful adjustment of the en- DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE fLYER
tire Mexican situation can be ef- W. M. SLEMONSNew


Whatever may eventually happen
the United States is now in a position ,
to bide its time. There is less I Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer.SOUTH ATLA..VI1C UMITED
danger of war than at any other! '\ Orlando A. C. L..IZSl am 3:13 pm I Orlando, ........................ 3:13 Goods Arriving DailyWe
stage of the problem.-Atlanta Jour r Jacisonrllle, A. C. 1..... :45am '7:30pm r Jacksonville ...............;...., 7: Opm pm
t Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:25 pm r acbollYllle A. C. I.. .....,..... 8:15
nal. v WayUOUo A. C. L..11:60am 105 T Waycrou. ..... pm
JIm A. C. 1. .......
r Macon. G. S. I: F....... 1:13pm 4:11am r Macon G. S. It F. .............,10:20pm. 8:46
r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 1:03pm 735 ass r Atlanta. C. of Ga .............. 7:1.01 am
The old Colonial hotel property in r Chattanooga W. A..1:1I am 11:"am r MoivilJe, I. 6N.. .............1:19 pm
r Corbin, 1. .........
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Nuhrille '
Ocala, now occupied by the local r N. c.1: St. I. 4:50am 4:30pm r Inuisville. I. I: N. .............. ::16pm: pm I
Moose lodge, has been leased for a J.r Sl Louis L C.I: I.A: N. !:$0 pm 'I:20 am r Indianapolis Ya L ............ 1:50 am

business college. The building as ,J.r Hopkinsville I. I N.........., .:27-pm .r At Leiingtoe Cincinanti,, I.1.. "I:N.N.......................... 8:50 6:50 pm sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
soon as changes and improvementscan Az Evannille.r I. A N..... i:28 am t:25 pm r Kalamazoo, G. ....
R. d: L ......1:20 pm made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
be made will be used as a dormi- :Ar Tern H&ute, C. I E. L. 1:10pm 1:11Ia r Grand Rapids, G. B. A L ...........2:43 Jlm
a tory for the business college. The Ar-_ CLicsgo C. It E. L. II:58 pm II:50 am r Cleveland Biz Four ............. 1:15___am Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.

new school will be a consolidation of DIXIE LIMITED
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from
the Ocala Business College and the Solid train composed of section drawing Solid B. Claflin & Co.
:loom sleeping cars observation compartment train composed of electric lighted
Palatka Business College. The col-I can I Chicago and dining and car. between_ Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping ear and coaches Ce. -'- ..: ...4 Best place in the city to trade.
section dra
lege will the second ur-room sleepingar between Jacksonville and
proper occupy between Jacksonville and St. Lonis. Cincinnati and
and third floors of the new Commer DIXIE FLYER Louisville ana Indianapolis;
through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
cial bank building. In connection Solid train, carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman r
with the school work a wireless sta- febt artment d section, observation drawing-room sleepers deepen, and eleetlie First Jacksonville and Grand sleeping Rapids on car Mondays between
tion, which will cost approximately lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining tar W. M. SLEMONS
erves meals la
a carte. service between
$4,000 will be erected on top of the Atlanta and Cincinnati
building.Subscribe. -- -
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.
for the Sentinel i Atlantic Coast
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I May 5th, 1914.
Board met. Present, Chairman
ECK Overstreet, Commissioners Dillard,
yt s Brown and Sweet.Following .
bonds to bear firearmswere
approved and licenses ordered .
Hugh B. Dease, revolver; sureties,
Geo. W. Dease and H. C. Mathers.
W. C. Tanner, revolver; sureties,
E THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO A. F. Tanner and E. J. Canady.
I f Following bonds of notaries public .
were approved:
t I Lucius L Payne; sureties, T. H. :
'Evans and W. K. Curry. -. r, -.
i I Frank H. Davis; sureties, W. T. % -
4 PERHAPS YOU HAVE PAID TWICE Berry and Ernst Liebing.
I Letter from C. R. Agen referred to
t Perhaps you have known the bitterness of '! attorney of the Board. # THAT FLAG .
Reports of the following county officers AA. .
paying a bill the second time. I received, read and filed: Supt. :. *; stands for the protection of life .

With a checking account at this Bank you 'county home; treasurer to county and I TAu1rn and property of American Citizens :
I to state; statement of banks; sheriffto "
I are sure of having receipts that the Courts of the state auditor; polls collected; licenses : tillilUl everywhere !

United States recognize as valid. I issued; report of Francis Kard .: 'FIIllIV and
for road superintendent, and auditor's S
f If you want to hear how this "double payment financial statement. riiiiii the same Government protects

protection" is arranged, call at the bank at your Letter stating that the "rattler"and their finances when entrusted to ,.
equipment were shipped April .
first convenience. We will explain fully. J J.f 23, received and read. Upon motion .- to this "National" Bank, which is
JI it is ordered that a cover, a small under Government '
i I corrugated iron building, be erectedfor .; ,. supervision ';
t the protection of said rattlerwhile .

4 %". .. ....4.. r. I making the test of brick to bused .'- .. Ye ,.
L in paving the county roads.J. .
B. Steinmetz ..
appeared before .
"'"" : ':::
9, the Board in reference to the petitionfor
+L, a road from Piedmont Wekiwa a r
JL Springs. Petition laid over under the t'H: \
------- I rules.
i j
:;' PATRIOTIC SONS OF AMERICA BUT FORTY IN ORLANDO WHO*, Petition of D. P. Dias, E. A. Tur-:I .. ',. '. ..... .

f. IN SESSION AT AUGUSTINE HAVENT PAID POLLS I! ner et al., for a public road, received '. . . '.., .., ,...
There are but forty voters on the and action deferred until next : "
j registration lists of the two Orlandoirecincts sion. i : ,, ,
St. Augustine, May Attended : O[ c D t. .
.t J by delegates from all of the camps of tax. They who will haven't have until paid tomorrow their poll,I i j I'reference Communication to purchasing from Lee spraying Smoot ma-i in 1 _j ':;.:..:. .-'.. ...: '121J" .... ..... '.. : .: ; .. i' .... .' .,WJ.,: ?- D. ..
the organization in Florida, the state .
May 9, to their dues. !I chine :
pay up Superj i j now in Jerome's barn for $25[

3 camp America of began the Patriotic a two days Order session Sons of in visor out Frank post H.card Williams notices to yesterdaysent the delinquents s'I bird.received and referred to Mr. Star ::.: :.:":'. .:.; (.: ..: :,:(,;":..'--:;;:. ,.. "':';:.:' :: :" "' ..t:..... .- ..:. ..:.:.... '" ;,: :;.... ...;' .:/<:>...: ?.:.. :.. :..

St. Augustine Wednesday morning. and it is hoped that all of Communication from the state taxI
The convention was brought to this I I
the forty will make good before t commission received and read.
city through the efforts of D. D. Cor! office of the tax collector closes tomorrow -I!I Upon motion, it is ordered that a Work to be approved by the I i Board adjourned to Monday, May. Mrs. Napoleon Bonaparte broward
I. bett, state president, at the last meet afternoon. tendent of roads and bridges.superin-I 11, 1914. announces the engagement tf her
i engine and six be
i ing. Many delegates are in attend 'I{purchased of the International wagons Har- The following were appointed to daughter, Josephine to Mr. }'. Carlton -
it: ance. The first session was held yesterday Key West. j vester company. serve as clerks and inspectors of elec- PROPERTY OWNERSFind Beckley, the marriage to take
j afternoon at 2 o'clock. The State Master of tion for the June primary election to place at high noon May 18 at her
S.j I Bids of C. V. Tanner, E. 9. Johns ; service in using the columns of I I I
';;', work before the state will not home East Church Miss
camp Miami. be held June 2 1914. on street
McQuaide i i I and J. J. Johns for opening road at the Sentinel in putting their property I
.l be completed before probably tonight State Conductor I. Erickson,i Pine Castle received. Upon motion, (See list advertised elsewhere.) on the market. You have somethingto Broward, who for the paH few-
i. Patriotism and the upbuilding of DeLand. the bid of C. V. Tanner, for $2950 Upon motion, the South Florida sell and the other man wants to I' months has been studying art in
I the public schools are the objects Washington D. C., is the daughter of
State Secretary-Walter A. Stall, Sentinel selected buy-but-the
| per acre was accepted, subject to the was to publish the Sentinel brings you
upon which this organization is based, Jacksonville. I list of and clerks the late ex-Governor Napoleon B.
approval of the superintendent of inspectors and print together. Result-sale consummated.,
and it has a large membership, which I Broward. Mr. Beckley, formerly of
State Treasurer-P. F. broads, and bridges. the ballots for the June primary.
is fast growing. The present officer Conn., but of Fort
Orlando. Bids of J. J. Chapman, R. H. Wil- The chairman and clerk of Board II'' Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,I Beckley now
are the following: State Inspector-W. S. Quaintance, liams and L. P. Goosby for open were instructed to provide all necessary for prices on Cow Peas 429mSentinel :! Pierce, is connected with the East
t State President-D. D. Corbett, S t. Lake City. j Coast Lumber and Supply company
road on west and north side of Lake details for the holding of said I
f Augustine. State Guard-M. B. Roe, Jackson Ola received. Upon motion, bid o;f election. I' want advertising shortens,.Times-Union.
cheapens and
Vice-President-PauI Roberts, ville. R. H. I simplifies any real estate -I I
Williams for
.j. was accepted. Warrants were ordered drawn. I "selling task." Read the advertisements daily.

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